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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1007.
Sprints Clothes & Good Pressers
Don't envy the man with the new Spring suit come to us make your selection-
get your comfort from perfectly tailored, new
stylish garments from the world's best manufacturers-
and College Brand Clothes.
They are fashioned with character and knacks of style that mean
distinctiveness. Shapely shoulders, tailored to hold their shape and
keep the graceful coat lines. Collars that set snu about the neck.
It simply cannot sag or pull away another instance of good tail
oring. Coat fronts that don't wrinkle, sag or break, because the
hidden parts are carefully hand shaped to follow the rounded lines
of the body.
See some of the examples in our show windows
$18 to $35
Other JIuliCs From $10.00 Upwards.
CllfjpC Our lines comprise the best manu
OlllLO facturers in the country. Men's
fine shoes $2.00 to $6.00.
Ladies "Queen Quality" shoes $2.50, $3.00,
Boys children misses newest Spring Styles
in footwear All the newest shapes in men's
and boys' Easter Hats.
The newest Spring patterns cuffs attached and detached
at front or regulation front all sizes .Monarch $1.25 Miirts
Ladies Must Visit Our Ready-to-wear Department.
Special Easter Prices on Ladles' Suite, Skirts, Waists, Coats.
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we can help you to prosperity.
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71 The Arcade.
Susie May Roajch, 721 Fairmount
street, 6 years old.
Willie Lee Perkins, Merritt street,
4 years old.
Peter Brown, Prospect and Foster
avenues, 35 years old.
Llllie Foster, 1005 Haslan street, 2
Albert Owen, rear 412 Eighth av
enue, North, 54 years old.
Thomas Atkerson, 920 Gay street,
33 years old.
Annie Webb, 313 Twelfth avenue,
56 years old.
Josephine Owen, Tennessee street,
50 years old.
Nancie Trim, Louisville, Ky., 48
Robert Pearman, 317 Jo Johnston
40 years old.
Life and Casualty Insurance
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FIRST-ANI VERSA RY,
At St. Jolin . M. E. Cliurcli,
Monday Night, April 8, 1907,
at 8 o'clock.
Short talks will be made by some of
the most prominent business and pro
fessional men of the city. Miss Maude
E. Roberts, the noted singer of Walden
University, will be present and render a
few musical selections, assisted by other
local talent of the city.
Refreshments will be served by the ladies of
St. John A. M. E. Church.
ieal Seminary in June was present
and rendered valuable assistance.
The attendance was unusually large
At three o'clock in the afternoon all
assembled with no less interest at the
C. M, R. Church where the Sunday
School rendered a creditable Easter
program. Messrs. Price and Haynes
again assisted in the services. 1 It
was indeed a day o! spiritual feeling
With the coming of spring every
body takes on new life, and the Globe
will again be liberally supported. Sub
scriptions will be promptly renewed.
Rev. J. C. Russell will open a pri
vate school soon.
Mrs. Nettie Ghee and her little
daughter, Josie Marie, have returned
to their home at Edgefield Junction.
Easter was appropriately observed
by the people of Goodlettsville. Sun
day morning the members of both the
Congregational and C. M. B. Churches
assembled at the former church for
worship. Mr. W. II. Price, a student
of Fisk University, preached an ef
fective sermon. Mr. G. W. Haynes,
who graduates from the Fisk Thcolog-
SIX O'CLOCK TEA.
Misses Emma and J. Dewitt Shorter
entertained at tea on Wednesday
evening In honor of Mr. E. T. Fields
and Mr. J. Perry Patterson, Jr. At
6:30 the dining-room doors of the
Shorter home were thrown open to
the guests and a delightful three
coutso menu was served. At the
close of the repast Mr. Fields was
called upon to give a synopsis of his
past and present career in school,
which was very interesting. Then
Mr. Patterson who was well equipped
ior the occasion told of his acquain
tance in the Shorter home and his de
sire of entering Into his new profes
sion and making himself worthy of
his race. Mrs. Shorter, the mother of
the young ladies, responded with
words of advice and good wishes for
the young people as they enter into
their new profession.
Rev. Sprattlin closed his private
school April 4.
Mrs. Anna Fiierson, of Decatur, Ala.,
was called to the bedside of her father,
Mr. Richard Brown, who is very sick.
Dr. A. L. Braxton has sold his in
terest in the drug store to Dr. Stev
ens, and will leave soon for Colorado
in search of health.
Mrs. Lizzie Odell, of Chicago, is here
visiting relatives and friends.
jMr, Alfred Mrrtfn'is improving after
a long spoil ji MKm-Stf.
Mrs. Malinda Fiierson has bought a
piece of property on the corner of
Bridge and 10th streets and will soon
replace the old building with a hand
some new cottage. '
The Odd Fellows .will erect very
soon a two-story brick building on
their lot on Sth street. Work has' al
ready begun on the foundation.
Mrs. A. M. Kelly spent Friday and
Saturday of last week in Nashville,
and attended the Mebarry exercises.
Rev. Mr. Howard, Mrs. P. J. Arm
strong, Miss Maggie Green and others
attended the Mcharry Commencement
exercises last Friday night in Nashville.
Mr. Zack Iluggins, of No. 14 Fair
iicld avenue, entertained a jolly din
ner party last Sunday. Seated around
a beautiful table wero (Messrs. Hazzie
Iluggins, Allen Copclun-d, Andrew Mc
intosh and Henry W. Walker.
The Ladies' Home Reading Circle
of which Mrs. Nannie Copeland is
president met at the home of Mrs.
James Harding last Monday..
The Alpha Knights Lodge, No. 1,
has installed its oilicers for the year.
Mr. Wiiliam Lust, president elect, and
others officers delivered addresses.
Mr. Yancy, the oldest member of the
lodge, was made chaplain. After the
exercises cream and cake were
The Easter, exercises were of the
highest clasM. The able address by
the Rev. N. Smith was full of instruc
tion. 'Miss Delia C. Buchanan has been
quite ill for several days.
Through the careful nursing of
his mother, Dave Rldeont is improv
Rev. I). T. Bunch, of Clark Chapel
M. E. Church, enjoyed a successful
rally Easter Day. The church was
beautifully decorated. The pastor
preached a strong sermon at 11 a. m.
on the "Resurrection or Christ." At
3 o'clock the Sunday School rendered
an excellent Easter program
a large audience. At 7:30 the pa.,
preached again, to a full house. (.
the delight of a large audicnt
At .7:30 the pastor preached
agian to.. a. full house. Collection
for the 'dav $1 0ti.fi 1. Club No.
1. $4.10; No. $20.(V,; No. 3, $17.29;
No. 5, $10.05; No. 7, $5.50; No. 8, $34.
20; No. 10, $15.35. A revival has be
gun and the pastor hopes for many
conversions, and v. great awakening
in the church. , . '
ClarkavIUe, Tenn., April 4. The lat
ter part of February witnessed an
election for the elimination of the sa
loons of this city, carrying with It, the
expressed purpose of changing the
city charter, with only the above
named traffic abolished. A few col
ored men, with political following, as
sisted in ridding the city of the sa
loons, with the understanding that
no changes were to be made other
than the abolition of the saloons, but
at thia writing, It seems that a de
cided change has come about, much
to the discomfort of our people. Con
ditions predicted by one side and de
nied by the other have apparently
come to pass, and, "I told you so" Is
heard on every hand. In polit
ical parlance, "a lemon" has
been handed the colored voter.
The new charter changes the mode of
election of aldermen, from each ward
to the city at large, thereby elimin
ating the colored representative from
the Ninth. The only hope to relieve
this drastic condition is left with the
state legislature and that outcome Is
The Thanksgiving services of the
Twentieth Century Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, wore held last Sunday at
WesleyChapel C. M. E. Church, be
fore a large concourse of people, with
the Rev. T. J. Goodall, of Nashville,
officiating. Much interest is now cen
tered on this body of young men by
the citizens of this city over the ex
empliary manner In which the re
mains of Knight Charles Bowen were
interred. So impressed were several
young men, that they are now seek
ing admission. Next week the rank
of Page and Esquire will be conferred
upon twenty-two applicants.
The chilly temperature on Eastor
Sunday did not daunt many from com
ing forth in their new apparel, nor de
ter Mt. Olive converts and the Rev. EL
H. Smith from taking on and admin
istering the rites of holy baptism. Be
fore a crowd of 2,500, and In the chil
ling waters of the Cumberland river
the pastor, assisted by two of his dea
cons, administered the baptismal rites
to sixty-five converts.
Fifth Ward Baptist Church, the old
est church of that denomination in
the city has called and will install as
pastor, next Sunday, Rev. T. J. Good
all, assistant pastor of First Baptist
Church, of East Nashville. ' Impres
sive services will be held and special
music sung by several choirs of this
city and First Baptist Church choir,
of East Nashville. This is the second
Baptist church to select a young man
Miss Janie Barksdale went to Nash
ville to attend Meharry commence-
meat.. " r
Miss Llllie Keeseo Is spending a
few days with Mrs. I. HI. Jones In
Dr. S. Jefferson returned from
Miss Mamie Trotter, of Auburn, Ky.,
was in the city Sunday.
IMrs. C. A. Kelly spent Sunday in
Nashville with relatives.
Miss Sophia Merlweather returned
from Nashville Monday.
Miss Marian Taylor, of Kenwood,
Ky., was the guest of Miss Bessie
Whitfield Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Smith had as their
guests Madams Reed and Hargraves,
of 'Nashville, Sunday.'
Mr. Dan West, of Nashville, was in
the city Saturday andi Sunday visit
ing wife and children.
Dr. El S. Randals attended Meharry
commencement Friday and returned
Miss Estella Killebrew, of Nashville,
is visiting relatives and friends.
Miss Sallie Armstrong, of St. Louis,
returned after a short visit.
Mr. Andrew Polk, of Guthrie, Ky.,
was in the city Monday.
Mrs. Lucy Lacey returned from
Palmyra, Tenn,, Tuesday.
Misses Estella Miles and Lizzie
Dean, county teachers, were in the
city Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Tellie Smith, of Lagrange,,
Ky., returned home yesterday.
Miss Ella Randolph went to Madi-
sonville, Ky., Tuesday.
Mr. Charles Porter left for Cincin
Mr. J. W. DeWees, of Nashville,
passed through this city Monday on
his way to Hopkinsville.
Mr. Vivian S. Dabney has been ap
pointed substitute letter carrier.
Mrs. Callie Porter will leave for her
home, Cincinnati, O., Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Richardson will
leave for Cincinnati Saturday.
Mr. Charles Hardy and wife -make
Birmingham, Ala., the'
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OPEN TO Tta PUULIG IN : I
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xsr REGULAR DAMAC HAS jj
every Monday and Friday nights fr mi .'
3:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Lintr will 1 ii-e'
instructions free of charge to all wis'
t o karn the new dances that are pi:'. n.!:
Good order will be observed. Par-' I
with children admitted free. '
DOCK LIJEIt, Instructor.
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Pension vouchers and other ixpor
ta.it papers hxed with prompt
ness and dispatch. I
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schools to use our money Gleaners, f
Albums, etc., to raise means to p ' oil
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn. ;
Incorporated InJer the laws of Tennessee.
One-Cent Savings Bank.
. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking business. In
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
B. H. Boyd, President,
J.W. Bostick, Vice President,
J.C. Napiek, Cashief,
CN. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE. NORTH.
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All foods
strictly FIRST CLASS. V e carry a full
line of Everythintf in the
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801 Ewing Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
Tel. Main. 3638 Y.
2 2 lb. cans of corn. '.. ' .iJc
2 2 lb. cans of early June peas 15c i
2 3 lb cans of bartlet peas 20c j
2 2 lb. cans of raspberries .-...15c i
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Dr G. H. Bandy;
Office, 403 S. Cherry St.
9 to 1 1 a. m. X 3 to 4 p. m.
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