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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1907.
es ss Good Dressers
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 man
ufacturers Hart, Schaffner & Marx
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 snug 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 Makes From $10.00 Upwards.
!! SPORTING NEWS, j
Our lints comprise the best manu
facturers in the country. Men's
fine shoes $2.00 to $0.00.
Ladies "Queen Quality" shoes $2.50, $3.(10,
Hoys children misses newest Spring Styles
in footwear All the newest shapes in men's
and boys' Easter Hats.
The newest Spring patterns-cuffs nttached and detached
coat front or regulation frontall six-s Monarch $1.25 t-hirts-
Ladies Must Visit Our Ready-to-wear Department.
Special Easter Prices on Ladles Suits, SRlrts, lAcIsts, Coots.
The National Baptist Team has been
somewhat handicapped this season, and
out-of-door practice has been almost
impossible ; but they have lost no time
n. getting in shape in their athletic
ooms.. They will be ready by April
27th to meet all comers. As the dope
las It, they will have the strongest
team they have ever had, and can be
elied upon to give the public that
lean article of ball they like so well.
Here is hoping the printers a success-
It Is well to remember that this
team was beaten only twice last sea
son, and that was by Columbia at Ath-
etic Park. The best thing we learn Is
that they are making a strong united
effort to get a park of their own close
n, so that ladies can witness the
games and feel at ease.' Let every
body pull for the printer boys once,
twice and always.
D. A. DORTCH,
1ND GENERAL HOUSE FUMISIIING GOODS.
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 482.
N. E. Comer Broadway and Third Avcnnc,
Cor. Ninth Arenue and Cedar Street
Susan Southall, 311 Third avenue,
South,. 47 years.
Susie Bradley, 1219 Pike street, 20
Wade Skeen, 427 Twelfth avenue,
North, 36 years.
George Thompson, 713 Williams
street, 14 years.
Felix Robertson, Vinson street, 23
Thos. Battle, 191 Third avenue,
North, 33 years.
Will Rhamer, 5 miles Beuna Vista
pike, 30 years.
The SPA CREAMERY,
C T. COFFEY, Prop.
. Nashville, Tknn., 4-1 1, 1907.
Owing to the growth of our business, after May 1st our branch at 532 Main
street, Mr. R. H. Tabor, will deliver from 1 qt. up, and retail also. Mr. Mason.
1304 Kayne Avenue, S., our other branch will deliver like wise. We ask the pub
lic in general to please order Saturday evening or early Sunday moiiung so we may
ontinue our promptness. (Spaw.)
The SPA CREA TiER V,
Tel. Main, 4496-L. C T. COFFEY.
If yon want to buy,
If yon want to sell,
If you want to rent,
T. CLAY MOORE,
THE HEAL . ESTATE AGENT,
119 CEEAll ST., IIOYDUUl 1.1)1 M,
Phone 967. (Up Stairs.)
YOUTH MEETS WITH PAINFUL
Frank .the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Whittemore of Blank
street, while riding down a hill in that
neighborhood on a toy wagon, had the
bones in one of his legs fractured the
latter part of last week. He was
riding with several other youngsters,
when the wagon capsized, throwing
his companions upon him with the
results mentioned above. The brave
little fellow has borne his painful In
jury with a fortitude that is wonder
ful for one of his age, and after beine
attended by a physician, Is on the
road to recovery.
TO RESPONSIBLE PET OK 5
On Tlisir Own tklu
THE KKSTUCKY LOAN C(s.,
316lBiR STBKiT : IT STA1!'J!,
lioom 7 Twin Suildin:?,
. Mrs. Nannie Porter has returned
from Eaglesville, Tenn., where she
has been teaching.
Miss Beulah Jackson, of Columbia,
spent Sunday with Miss L. Doxcy and
Mrs. Queenie Doxcy Jackson, of Third
Mr. T. S. Allen, a senior member of
the theological department of Walden,
preached at Ebenezer last Sunday, as
Dr. Hammonds could not come. His
theme was "Faith" and was well discussed.
Dr. E. W. S. Hammonds . was the
invited guest to dinner at Mrs. Emma
Hall's last Sunday. The hostess of
the occasion spared no pains in pre
paring a four-course dinner. Bishop
Lee and Dr. Hammonds took tea with
We were more than blessed last
Sunday evening by having Bishop Lee
oreach one of his spiritual sermons
The discourse was full of instruction,
md the advice given in regard to our
churches paying more attention to
missionary work created a new zeal
for the work. Dr. Hammonds, Dean
of the Theological Department of
Walden, spoke after the Bishop. He
so delighted his hearers that an Invita
tion has been extended him to visit us
A holiness meeting was held at
tre residence of Mrs. Copeland. Mrs
Goings and Mrs. Harris,- of Kentucky,
wove the leading speakers.
Miss Lottie Anthony, of Atlanta,
Ha., sister of Mrs. Marshall Cheathan,
has become a favorite in our church
and society. Having a sweet soprano
voice she adds much to the choir.
Albert Harris, Kansas City, Mo., 17
Florence Saddlefield, 128 Fairfield
avenue. 11 months.
Linnie Webb, Archie avenue, 1
Bettie "Wade, 3 miles Harding pike,
Edward. Porter, Moore Town, 45
Janie Shelton, 24 years.
Malissa Brown, Morrous Road, West
Nashville, 1 month.
Charles McLemore, City Hospital,
Clara Ellis, City Hospital. 17 years.
Robert Henderson, 117 Mark street
(in rear), 29 months.
Frank Carter, 1809 Almeda street,
Sophia McMillan, 821 Third avenue,
North, 24 years.
Carrie Cabbie, 4.09 Fourth avenue,
South, 5 3 years.
Ida E. Cotton, 9U Durham street, 45
TENNESSEE BOARD OF PHARMACY.
The Tennessee Board of Pharmacy
convened its quarterly meeting at
Vanderbilt University on Tuesday and
continued its session until Thursday
afternoon. Twenty-five applicants were
'xaminrd. The Board is composed of
(!. J. Nance, of Jackson, President;
Ma I?. Clark, of Nashville. Secretary
V. A. MoBath, of Knoxville; B. If
Own, of Clarksville; J. T. Voight, of
Clnttnnooga, and Jerome B. Sand, of
Miss Hattie E. Rhodes came home
Tuesday night from Nashville, where
she had been spending several days
Miss Lucy Anderson spent Satur
day and Sunday with her parents, re
turning to Walling Monday morn
Mr. T. J. Saunders, who has been ab
sent from the city for several days, is
Miss Willie loon Griffey, after
very pleasant visit in Nashville, the
guest of Rev. and 'Mrs. S. M. Utley,
has returned home.
(By A. LUNGER.)
The short, dry cough If not arrested
continues, and after a time Increases
n frequency.' The breathing 1b more
easily hurried by bodily exercise, and
the pulse becomes more frequent,
particularly after meals and toward
evening there is also frequently ex
perienced a slight degree of chilli
ness, followed by heat and night
sweats. The patient becomes languid
and Indolent and gradually loses
strength. After a time the cough be
comes more frequent, and Is particul
arly troublesome during the night, ac
companied by an expectoration of a
clear, frothy substance, which after
wards becomes more copious, viscid
nd opaque, and is most considera
ble In the morning; the cputa are oft
en tinged with blood, or hemorrhage
often occurs. As the disease ad
vances, the breathing and pulse be
come more hurried; the fever Is
greater, and the perspirations more
egular and profuse. The emaciation
nd weakness go on increasing; a
pain is felt somewhere in the lungs
which is increased by coughing, and
sometimes so acute as to prevent
the patient from lying on the affected
All the symptoms increase toward
evening; the face is flushed; the
nalms of the hands and the soles of
he feet are affected with a burning
heat; the feet and ankles begin to
swell, and in the last stage of con
sumption there Is nearly always pro
Some patients are troubled with
onstipation throughout the Illness.
The emaciation is extreme, the coun
tenance assumes a cadaverous appear
ince, the cheeks are prominent, the
eyes hollow and languid. Usually the
xppetite remains entire to the end,
n4 the patient flatters himself with
the hope of a speedy recovery, often
vainly forming distant projects of in
terest or amusement, when death
nits a period to his existence. When
patient loses his appetite that is a
serious drawback, for he loses flesh
rapidly, and the monster can have
'nil sway with the body.
, Tubercular deposits are also usually
found in other organs of the body;
the liver is enlarged and changes In
appearance and ulcerations occur in
'he Intestines, the larynx and trachea
These are so frequent and uniform as
to lead to the belief that they form
iart of the disease. When Consump
tion has a strong hold on a man every
organ in fact, every part of the hu
man system is affected.
(To be continued.)
MANAGER OF "THE MORNING
Word has been received in the city
this week announcing the Illness of
Mrs. Dollie Thompson Brown, man
a?er of The Morning News, of Hop
kinsville, Ky. Her Illness, it Is
honsrht. will necessitate a trip to
New York, that she may undergo an
Mrs. Brown, who is the wife 0
Phil H. Brown, the versatile and eru
dite editor of The Morning News, Is
well known in this city, having spent
the maior portion of her life here. She
has a host of friends who will be
pained to hear of her illness and wll
hope for her a speedy recovery.
SECRET SOCIETIES TO HAVE BIG
Bisr preparations are being made by
the Pythians and the Odd Fellows for
'heir respective rallies which are to
be held next month for the purpose
of paying off the debts upon their
buildings. The rally of the Odd el
lows will be held on. the second Sun
rt.iv in Mav. while that of the Pyth
inns will be held on the fourth Sun
TCpv. Preston Taylor, who is pres
iripnt nf both the hall associations,
expresses himself as being highly
nionspri with the interest mannesiea
and hopes when the days arrive to
make large collations.
FOR MEN, WOMEN
EQUAL kM $3.50 OR $4.00
SHOES 01 THE MARKET.
THE RIGHT STORE ON THE
WKOSG SIDE OF THE STREET.
421 - UriIOfI STHEET - 421
2 Doors West Southern Express
feed anything -
Call on &
Pension vouchers and ether impor
tant papers f foxd with prompt
ness and dispatch.
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3 your li;e insured? Is your house
and Furniture Insured? Aren t
You tired paying Rent?
TE LEFIIOy 1j MAIN 1SS9.
Incorporated Under the lawt of Tennessee.
One-Gent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Doe a regular banking business. In
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
&. H. Boyd, President,
J. W. Boptick, Vice President,
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
C.N. Langston, Teller.
All FOIFTH AVFMIF. NORTH.
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NASHVILLE. ... TENNESSEE.
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All goods
strictly HR r CLASS, we carry a full
I line of Everything in the
I grocery line.
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
801 Evving Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
Tel. Main. 3638 Y.
! PRICE LIST.
2 2 lb. cans of corn 15c
2 a lb. cans of early June peas 15c
2 X lb cans of bartlet peas 20c
2 ? lb. cans of ra-pberries 15c
McCaskey Nut Meg with Grater 10c
'Can't He Beat on the Market'
MR. W. J. BLANTON,
Will furnish you with a nice line of
Jewelry, Eye Classes, Watches, Rings,
llraci'Ms and Necklaces.
An Assortment of Jewelry will be brought
to your home by request.
Easy terms can be secured after first payment,
Order Prompt! Filled.
Address Wl. J. BLANTON,
Willi 1). Lowcnlieim & Co.,
400 t'nloii St and Fourth Av.c, I. ' Phone, Mtiin I3!5.
316 Jo Johnston Ave.
Meals Served in All Styles.
Open Day and Night. First-Class Service
SAMUEL SUMNER, Prop. 3-3-0?