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TIIE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1M7.
J First -Class Livery on Short Notice.
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PROPRIETOR
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TELEPHONE 1173
712 arid 7 U BROADWAY
Nashville, & Tenn.
I Make the Clothes for the
People of this House
and many Others.
I. L BILES, Jr.,
The PES CITY TAILOR.
CLEAIHG, DYEIJG AM
REPAIRI.(i.
Tants to Ord
Suits to Order '
,.. $4.00
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423 DEADERICK ST.
Telephone Main, 3770-1.
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aruthers
FURNISHED THE
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GROCERIES
For the opening of this house and many others.
Full Line of Up-to-date Groceries on
. hand. Give us a call and be
convinced.
GARY y CARUTHERS.
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(Successor to Henderson's Restaurant.)
Short Orders. Quick Service.
Goals 15 and 25 cis.
1 SUNDAY: lireakfast from G to , 25 cts.
j Dinner fron 1 to 3, 15 and 25 cts.
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j BIJOU TICKETS ON SALE.
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Phone 4417-L,
406 Cedar St, Nashvilla, Tenn,
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These merchants furnish the people who live in this House.
Dr. E. B. Jefferson
DENTIST.
PHONE Main 2516
411 4th Ave., N..
Phone 2703 M.
ille, lenn.
Rooms 3 and 4.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
Lawyer.
410 Cedar St., NASHVILLE, TENN.
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I FtlRNISH THE GROCERIES FOR THE OPENING. '
Lo P. CORRINQTON
DEALER IN
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 1
FRESH MEATS AND VEGETABLES
TELEPHONE 3384-R. .
Residence, 1211 Jefferson St. Residence 'Phone 3443-W.
706Jo Johnston Ave. NASHVILLE, TENN.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.
The home of Mr. (Porter, on Eight
eenth avenue, North, was completely
destroyed by fire last Monday night,
between 8 and 9 o'clock. An alarm
was turned in and by the timely ar
rival of tho fire department a great
conflagration was averted. It was
learned that the small grocery at the
railroad crossing caught fire from the
' ' sparks of a passing engine and this
set the house afire. Mr. Porter has
been employed at the stock yard for a
number of years. His loss is consid
erable. It is said, however, that some
of the household goods were saved.
A MAGNIFICENT BANNER.
It has just been learned that the Be
nevolent Order, No. 81, of South Nash
ville, will turn out to their next an
nual seirmon with the finest banner of
any secret Order in Nashville. This
banner is as yet unequaled. When in
the light it is a thing of dazzling
beauty. It Is said to have been pur
chased from the National Baptist Pub
lishing Board, which has furnished
many lodges in the city with banners
and badges in the past few months.
This Benevolent Order has done it
self a signal honor as well as filling a
special and long-felt want in securing
this banner from such a worthy institution.
FRANKLIN NOTES.
Miss Mittie Halfacre, of East Frank
lin, spent Saturday and Sunday in
Nashville.
Miss Halfacre's school closes this
week with appropriate and beautiful
exercises. During her vacation itls
rumored that she will visit the James
town Exposition.
Little Pearl Tarks, who has been
dangerously ill, is now improving.
FLEUR-DE-LIS ART CLUB.
The home of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Sin
gleton was the scene of one of the
most brilliant receptions ever given
by the Fleur-de-lis Art Club, Thursday,
Alay 16, when the club membership
consisting of fifteen young matrons,
received In honor of their husbands
and a few invited guests. For the oc
casion the interior of the house was
beautifully decorated with palms and
cut flowers, the beauty of the decora
tions being largely enhanced by new
electric fixtures recently placed in
the rooms. The club colors, purple
and gold, were used in profusion.
Throughout the evening from a table,
adorned with a superb glass service,
frappe was dispensed by Mesdames II.
A. Cameron and C. O. Hadley, The
tea tables, extending the length of
two rooms, were covered with Japa
nese doilies, each having for its cen
terpiece a vase filled with fleur-de-lis
and yellow flags. The place-cards
were tied with a bunch of violets held
together with gold ribbon. A menu
of four courses, including meats, sal
ads, coffee and ices was served, after
which the men of the party enoyed a
smoker, while the ladies listened to
an interesting program consisting of
A reading (Dunbar)
Mrs. J. W. Bostick
Piano Solo . . .Miss Ruth P. McKinney
Vocal Solo Mrs. V. M. Robinson
Piano Solo Mrs. M. A. Saunders
Selection Mrs. C. O. Hadley
At the conclusion of the program
Mrs. W. R. Baker, the club president,
in a pretty speech, related the objects
of the club and put on exhibition a
beautiful collection of embroidery,
drawn work, Battenburg, etc., accom
plished by the club members.
Among those present were Prof, and
Mrs. G. E. Washington, Prof, and Mr.
II. A. Cameron, Hon. and Mrs. J. V.
Grant, Prof, and Mrs. G. II. Hender
son, Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Chappelle,
Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker, Dr. and
Mrs. A. M. Townsend, Dr. and Mrs. C.
O. Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Saun
ders, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Vassar, Mr.
and Mrs. Killebrew, Prof, and Mrs. J.
W. Work, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Bostick, Prof. and. Mrs. S. P. Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hart, Mrs. Laura
Allen, Mrs. A. L. Pinkston, Mrs. W.
A. Lewis, Mrs. R. P. Moore, Mrs. W.
M. Robinson, Dr. J. Ira Watson,
Misses Georgia Cayton. Elnora Berry,
Blanche Baker, Melissa Wimms and
Ruth McKinney.
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J. H. Copchnd, Prop.
TJic Palace Shaving Parlor.
EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., S.
John W.Kelso
DEALER IN
ICE, WOOD, COAL
AND KINDLING.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
Call at J5J2 Twelfth Ave., N.
DEATH OF JACK MALLORY.
Mr. Jack Mallory, who lived on
Smiley street, and who has been sick
for about one year, died Friday night
at his residence. Mr. Mallory was a
fine brick mason, one of the the best
masons on the East Side. He was
about G7 years old. He leaves a niece
who cared for him during his illness.
The funeral took place last Sunday
at the First Baptist Church, of which
Rev. Mr. Winslow has charge in the
absence of Rev. S. E. Griggs. The fu
neral was largely attended.
CEMETERY NOTES.
The remains of the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Cage were brought here
last Saturday morning. Funeral serv
ices were held at the A. M. E. Church
by Rev. B. F. Anderson, of Murfrees
boro, and Rev. N. C. Crutcher.
Mrs. M. L. Avent has returned from
Nashville, where she visited her son,
I. II. Avent, who has been sick.
Mrs. C. Malone, who has been visit
ing her daughter here, has returned
to her home.
Mr. Charlie Orr, of Nashville, is vis
iting his mother, father and little son
here.
R. SCOTT. j. H. McCOY.
LOOK IX AT THE SOl'THEBN
FURNITURE REPAIR SHOP,
423 CEDAK STREET.
Resilvers old Mirrors and Fills Frames.
Repairs all Kinds of Stoves and Old
Furniture, and Screens. Doors and
Windows made to Order. Chair
Caneing and UDholsterina Neatlv Done.
Call and Get Our Prices. All Wnrk
Guaranteed and Promptly Attended to.
Telephone Main 1S52.
SCOTT, McCOY & COMPANY.
It. SCOTT, General Manager.
STAR DRUG STORE,
Furnished the following line for the-
opening of this house and many others.
I CARRY A flit LINE Of
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Ar
ticles, Cigars and Soda Water.
J. W. WINSTON, Prop.,
801 Ewintf Avenue.
Little S. M. Howard has returned
from Nashville, where he visited his
grandmother, Mrs. 'Martha Howard.
Mr. W. D. Avent made a flying trip
to Chattanooga, and Mr. 3. T. Davis
to Atlanta, Ga.
Miss Amanda Vaughter and sister
are visiting Miss Bertha Howard.
Mesdames Laura Wade, E. M. Shan
non, E. D. Howard and S. Cowans are
sick.
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