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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1907.
A N O
TO CELEBRATE THE
Prices to Suit tho .lassos,
SAVE 850 OR $100 Oil A PURCHASE.
San Antonio. Texas.-With the ad-
g vent of spring there" comes greater
J rplfhratlon of the
preparation iu T. ,
Emancipation- Proclamation. This
cUy hJ witnessed frojn time ,to ttme
some mamificent celebrations. Eepe
8 with what Is known
here a h Nineteenth of June It
was o this day In 18C5 that Gen
Granger 6f the U. S. Army -landed at
Gallon, Tex., and enforced the
Emancipation Proclamation jsued by
President Lincoln as a result and to
Veep this preen In the memory of the
Afo-Amerlcan citizens young and old.
reieDraiion is ,
pomp and coremony each year to aj
3 he leadin cities in the state of Tex
as. San Antonio, however can uu
of forging much ahead of the other
? ties or the high-class entertain
C1 . ...; ... vo Hpn from year to
SSt X Their new ideas' has forged
S the front These ocs of hare
been a credit. Tne
S meeting which was called attte
Benevolent Hall by Pres. JVm. Dickey
" ade a wise selection of the President
Mr. FranMini en I- ; - h'"
worked In celebrations
worKea iu identified with
M. ShelUurn. T. I. ?' - i'
Committee on the , ttree
'VraMon- conducted nder tie ad-
Sii SnW - rdeltUl
n 5 in organUln5.. The v ce pre.-
EMANCI- I Saunders, President, is planning to
show to the world what the Nashville
colored ladies can do in the way or
fln nPfllft Work.
The Field Agent requests the Globe
i to say that the Eixecutive Committee
nt Wafihinffton would like to have
these exhibits ready for shipment by
April 15th. or as soon thereafter as
unssihle. Other persons Intending to
exhibit will please communicate with
F G. Smith, the Field Agent lor me
State of Tennessee.
FOR RENT Part of office, gas
light, at Boyd Building. See Janitor.
. , these younir m".. it0n umbrey,
ti,. t: n..t.i r a a : c S nresident. .Mr. Jesse wut
j, xitat i lauua ait tuuuit ncucvicu, vukc uiuuc iu idnt) jug jf , n his tenacity. ! " uc
ured mahoffanv. fine Circassfan or burl walnut, or auarter- .,rn work that centrlb-
sawed oak of the finest quality. ' ' 5 uted so largely to
V , .We nffpr n4 nnr TusTitrmninlQ Vie npnnV wlio rinvpnnrrfiAEerT J? oi-Virtions of 1
and are now using our Pianos. Call on or write them for tanas. Townsend.
their opinion: Dr. W. R. Baker, 1 504 Fourteenth ave., N.j S
, Jf Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs.Lovell Landers, 1603 Harding street,
"t IT I !11 .. rr . r r TT T 1 F rim O 1 xt
work that centriD-
the succss of tne
1901. '02. '03 Mr.
Via rwrvrdfrlA 86C-
,;nas. , , mtle & ,,rjence
retary. hh - .. ... ; i, th?
in public life, but associat.l, v h toe
gentlemen above namfid.
ood as-set Mr. Gus Johnson be
most popular young men H. ine wy.
He haS served with Messr-Snmbrey
lirker on the previous successful
For Prices and Terms AddIv to 9. radons. Prof. J.'R.. lW-fflr
C fi W Hawkins and J. k. scou,
National Baptist Publishing Board, TUJ
R. H. BOYD, Secretary, ' S jraiiTrobaMiity thelArtUto.U
8-523 Second Avenue. North. Nashville. Tenn.'8h co"d" flTMi'S oardn or
: 1oa.rnf ' 4h celebration commit-
5 Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. H. Boyd, 523 Second ave., N., 5
S Nashville, Tenn.; Mt. Olive Baptist Church Sunday School, J
5 Nashville, Tenn. S
To'.opiuuo Kuin 1173..
DR. JOSIE E. WELLS,
Dlseaeei of Women and Chil
dren. Electrical M a a a e
Given at the Office
THE CTJST0.il HOUSE LIVERY
. FKsl-"'2.r. Livery on Short Notice.
' ,71 aud 714 Broadway,
1 j Ivor- ' '
mahpn tha majority of the Ne-
con Antonio in calling an-
ITUra ui .
other meetlrAiiVf,TiiA6 reular
epnone mi, weawence, r aaapie -ne wnim ffiKk,7,lKrY.J nv L Vi u
Street. Telephona 1318. President. 1 W t)ii'9,M which
nfflA TTmiro m to 1? a m aveniriff ,nia.TTiilf AtAn 10 Iwv eloting Mr.
by appointment. 10-27-Oltf. Frunk Tucker, Jire1silp'nt ana Mr. uus
Walter S, Thomas
Tnhnsnn secreTAry-o.r--ine counuB
nmanclparftm-TdebrftHon. will soon
nd out that it is a hard proposition
thev w oe,GbJat n
i "ftotS HV'w-nV'W run Dy uie
!P IUI ,V.V'J n ' .1 f.V.jT.1 if.n'4 . v.U" t 1
rt fc .
JtrtviK n til ft nr.
Before D. U. Burke, Justice of the
Peace in and for Davidson County.
Terna., Bessie Nunlon Armstrong by
etc., vs. ,(B. F. Badoux.
In this cause It appearing by affi
davit that ' defendant B. F. Badoux is
indebted to Plaintiff, Bessie Nunlon
Armstrong by etc., In the sum of five
hundred dollars due by damages, and
that K. F. Badoux Is a non-resident or
the State of Tennessee and due proc
ess of law cannot he served upon him
and an orleinal attachment has been
Issued and levied on the following
real estate, to wit: Being Lot No. 59.
at No. 409 Gay street. Said lot No. 59
fronts 42 feet on Gay street and runs
back between parallel lines seventy
two feet (72 ft.), being the property of
Til F. Badoux. It Is, therefore, ordered
that publication be made in the Nash
ville Globe, a newspaper pumisnea in
Davidson County, Tenn., for four con
secutive weeks, commanding the said
defendant to appear before me or
enmo rthr JiiRtip.ft of the Peace of said
county at my office No. 329 Deaderlck
street, Nashville, Tenn., on tne zun
nt Anrii 1907. at l d. m.. ana
make defense in said suit, or It will be
proceeded with ex parte.
D. U. BURKE,
Justice of Peace for Davidson Coun
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. ;
To S. H.- Prewltt:
As the owner of lot No. 6, situated
n the 8th Ward of the city or Nasn
vllle, Davidson County. Tennessee,
fronting 30 feet on the east side of
McNalry street, B. & W. Plan, extend
ing back 130 feet to an alley between
parallel lines, you are hereby notinea
that unless you appear at my office,
at the Court House, in the city of
Nashville, Tennessee., on or before the
30th day of May, 1907. and pay the
sum of $6.93 State and County and; all
other taxes assessed agadnst said land,
together with all Interest, penalties
and costa Incurred, including this no
tice of publication, as now provided by
law. your right to redeem the same
phail be forever barred, and deed to
name will be at once executed by me
to Kate M. Shelton, the purchaser of
said land for the year 1903.
Witness my hand at my office this
16th day of March, 1907.
L. M. HITT,
Circuit Court Clerk.
By W. B. Cook. D. C.
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1 IbJsv m
I. J.ol ft It
r. i mi
1V - ' IL' U W 1
We manufacture K. P. LodgejBauners
as per illustration given above, at prices
according to quality of materials and
trimmings, ranging from $.0 to $75; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110 ; hand
embroidered bullion work from $i;.r to
$269. Specifications furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: ::
A beautiiul suite oi rooms
on the third floor of the Napier
tjourt 41 1 si ourtli Ave., JNorth.
There are live rooms with a
frlass-stalned partition. Will
be rented in whole or in oart.
Can be used as a flat or lodge
J. C. Napier.
One Cent Savings Bank,
El L I.1ILES, Jr.,
THE PES CITY TAILOR.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. Rabbits,
Pants to Order . .. 54,00
.mits to Order.. ..$15.00
SJ5 -faifrirl St, J1SBVILLP, TEH.
CHOICE FRESH MID CORED
T T 1 (ill i -I I I I t I I II il n . Ullt . w-
All Meats selected from Home Killed Stock.
Residence! 1911 FOURTH AVE., N
tvnn.ar? WiMti: SitT'J .ui"
he.lorceoyi.ff fiilfi y'
.) Tail ) J tii yjrfj- .KiHiiinir
noteo p: W5 VHrB '
tv, rYhi.tmr.rMnW osin p t, ot the
i nxx-rxnA hv rptrnofi in Tennes-
I "J U Ultra Vt iivi ' " .- '
Ma nmnMsTR. t.o, be ooe nf the most
Cedar St., and 12th Avenue, N.
SEB OUR BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
vT a s m rtTi . ines.'i 'tflfel a ' ' AKent.
. tills naruru;
biikf , K h iTfifi.iWmt,ft, l. .iVS"". v
nt lilB.,flfTvancoment. inrnucanon
Also a large line of Easter
May Rules. 1907.
TaaKoiia Pustfir vs. Henry Caster. In
this cause It appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Court tnat tne aeienaam is
i non-resident of the State of Tennes-
la-w can not be served upon him; It Is
therefore ordered that said aetenaam
herein at the
net term of the Davidson County Clr-
oiilt Courl to be holden at tne court
House In Nashville. Tennessee, cm the
first Monday In Mav. It belnsc fith. and
defend, or said complainant's bill will
be taken for confessed as to him and
fn liearlnfr eTnarte. It la there
fore ordered that a copy of this order
be pubUshPd for four weeKs in succea
dm, i tii Nashville Globe, a newspa
per published In Nashville. -1
Ti. M. HITT. Clerk.
W. B. COOK. D. C.
f). F. Anderson.
PollHtar for Comnlalnnnt.
' T ,G.l).O.ofO.F
Vi W'ttJtilh? photo
Ill UUVI 1
TrtclJAn..t ..Morrill 18 wbrVIn?
Hay, Corn, Oats and Feed-
The only Negro l'eed House in the City
811 3rd, v. Phone
All TlllPHONE ORDIRS DEIIYIID.
'PHONES MAIN 1718 and 4035.
MISS WILLIE LQCKRIDG
Will be glad for Iht hiiv frcuds to call
see her NK LINK nl
PLAIN AND FANCY SEWlljQ
Dene si ones. SOS Eleventh Avn,up
tblnes by Halves.
Mr. F.. H. . Cjmey the fnshlonnhle
tailor will also send nn exhibit of his
'""" .... 1111
II V IVIUJVY 11
III send a
J ( tfVttrSRV0KH,he Tordan
T T (
May Rules 1907.
Tpoac R. Watklns vs. Estella Wat
In this cause It appearing to Tne
natlsfartlon of the Court that the de
ferent Is a non-resident of the State
of Tennesaf. therefore the ordinary
nrrywiq of lw cannot be srret upon
br: H U tbrpfore ordered that said
AtlAon wnfpr her annearance herein
t the nwtt term of the Davidson
rvmntv Circuit Court, to be holden at
the Court House In Nashville, Tennes
see, on the first Monday In May, it
hoir-c the sixth dav. and defend, or
1d com nlalns tit's bill will be taken
for confessed ns to her and set ior
hoarinir c rarte. It Is tbereiore or
dpvod that a copy of this order be
ibl1shel for four wpeks in succession
In the Nashville Globe, a newspaper
published in Nashville.
T,. M. HITT, Clerk.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Solicitor for Complainant
This hows a very popular design fo
IV TT. O. of O. P. Lodees. l?ront mad
of white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur
tain, of red silk. Tainted in cold lea
and oil colors, back of red banner sateen
Trimmed with imrjorted cold lace, frintrc
tAsaels. etc. Hardwood rjole. wood cross
bar, rain cover and holster. Prices $C'
to $75. Any of the above Banners will b ff
made lor any other organization at sam
prices, changing emblems and lett-'riu
to suit tne uraer. :: . ::
For farther Information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary;
523 Second Ave N. Nashville. Tenr
IND. SH1N0LA PRESSING CLlf
One Suit Cleaned and Pressed, 50 Cts.,
4 Suits per Month. Cleaned and Pressed,
$1,00 In advance. Cleaned up-to-date.
We Solicit the Patronage of All.
H. B. Martin, Mgr. J. S. Tenner, A$
Shine Murphy, Tailor.
419 Cedar SU (Boyd B!jj.) Tlione Main 465
At.-ili -4 -1 C3 0-U.
in tr The Wcrr.o-n's Art Club, ?
Mrs. M. C.