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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1907.
BIGGEST : LOT : OF
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You ever saw is NOW on SALE at
1 200 Assorted Fine Milan Big Lot of
Straw Sailors at LEGHORNS
Worth $1.50. TiJLo
Misses and children's Milan straw sail
ors with ribbon streamers at
Special Sale of 250 Assorted Trimmed Hats.
We are Closing Out All of Our Fine Black Voile Skirts-Cloth,
Tailor-Made Skirts, You can Buy Them at V2 Price.
They come in all White and in Back.
Your choice - - -
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t THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC
IS NOW OPEN.
Instructions and Lessons given in Piano, Organ,
Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Voice and Harmony.
NO. 449 EIGHTH AVENUE, N., - (North Spruce St.) t
MISS JOSEPHINE PRICE,
TERMS OF 1906-1907.
. $2.00 Per Month. I
I. E. ALSUP
W. H. McGAVOC K
Residence Phone 1458. jl
from the ChMpest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
413 4th Ave., N., Nashville.
Nashville Portrait Co.
J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
The only up-to-date picture enlarging house in Nashville
where customers receive cordial treatment. First-class
pictures of all sizes. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
Telephone, Main 3714-Y. 118 Fourth Ave., North.
J. a KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Pin Rigs of Every Description.
f'HONU, Alain -4I55.
Have You Catarrh?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HAVE YOU ANY
TROUBLE WITH YOUR
EYES, EARS, NOSE
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
2 in tf
SUN LIGHT RESTAURANT,
John H. Dfalr, Prop.
Regular Meals t 25 con Is. WE DO OUR OWN
Lunches 5, 10 and 15 rents. BAKIM,
SODA WATER, ICECREAM, ETC.
S2G Division Street, - 5ISIIVILLE, TE.
LADIES OF HOWARD
ine laaies or tne Howard Congre- n v r
gational Church are well organized lift Yftir iVfiS TrftlimP Yftll?
and especially active Just now. The VU 1UUI LU HUUUI0 lUlU
Woman's Missionary Society last
Wednesday night gave a birthday
party at , the parsonage, which was
attended by at least one hundred peo
ple. A feature of the entertainment
was the winding of the Maypole by a
dozen little children. Miss Jennie
Noel played the march. Refresh
ments were served free. The guests
were loud In their expressions of
thanks for the evening's entertain
ment. About $20 was realized.
The Ladies Aid Society, a compara
tively new organization, but very act
ive and useful, last Thursday after
noon at their regular weekly meet-
lng at the residence of the President,
Mrs. P. R. Burrus, held a box open
ing service.' Whem the contents of
the various boxes held by the mem-
ners of the Society were opened and
counted it was found that about S22
had been gathered. The business
part of the program was done with
system and despatch and excited the
admiration of the guests present.
The members present were Mesdames
Burrus, Anderson, White, Hughes,
Miller, Ferguson, Thompson. Cheatham
and Miss Lena T. Jackson. Mrs. R.
S. White was awarded a fine cake as
a prize for raising the largest amount
or money .which was nearly $9.00.
Among the visitors present were Mes-
dames Ewing, Voorhies, Carter, Na
pier, Washington, Hodgkins. Bond.
Jackson, Revs. Spencer Jackson and
Janes Bond. At the close of the
business session a bountiful renasr
was daintily served and a pleasant so
cial cnat engaged in. It was a nota
ble, meeting and the ladies Aid So
ciety deserves much credit not only
for the meeting, but for the work
they are doing. It was announced at
the meeting that the society had pur
chased and would present to the
church and Sunday school Sunday a
cooler with filter arrangements and
There is a movement on foot to or
ganize the men of the church and it
is thought that the activity of ths
women will stimulate the men along
missionary and church aid lines,
ROOMS 2 and 3
Abram Johns were quietly married
in Murfreesboro Thursday, after
which they went to Nashville, return
ing to the home of the bride's parents
Saturday evening, where they will
stay tor a while.
Mrs. Geo. Jordan Is snendine a few
weeks In the city with her sister.
Miss Estella Norman is here.
Miss Sallie L. Battle has returned
home after spending .a few days In
Messrs. James Turner and Bqnks
bought aGlobe last week and say they
want one every Saturday.
Miss Mary A. Cartwrieht and Mr.
D. Sharfner, R. L. Beatey, Jas. Banks,
Mesdames u. A. Darden, Allie Webb,
Misses B. M. Perry and Sallie Sharf
ner represented the Sand Hill Lodge
at Murfreesboro Saturday.. TTia i.n.
vergne Lodge was represented by
Messrs. J. H. Darden. L. Turner. J
Messrs. llibbett P. Davis. Minds fi.
Hills and Mary Trimble.
Mrs. Ij. F. Ferguson and R. L.
Perry are attending the Countv Insti
tute this week.
Miss Millie Baker is visitiner rela-
tives and friends In Murfreesboro.
A very unwelcome customer made
his way Into R. L. Perrv's ernrArv
and took position upon "the counter
last Tuesday. He was at once waited
upon and thrown out of the house It
was a beautiful snake.
Mr. Will Ransom had the misfor
tune to swallow a dollar Thursday
night, which has caused him much un
to Richmond, Va., his former home.
easiness and some pain.
Dr. R. James and wife are en route
are in our town, and will lecture and
exhibit their scenery this week. From
here they go to Murfreesboro.
Think How Much
You Can Save
SI ARE LESS
We are out of the
High Rent District
BIG STOCK TO SELECT FROM.
335 Public Square
Next to Transfer Station, North.
Voorhees & Simms
NEW AM SECOSD IU.UI
Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done
UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY,
Phone, Main 1342. 907 10th Ave. S.
Rev. II. J. Johnson, the presiding
ider of the Nashville District. C. M.
I. Church, though Indisposed, was
present this week and held the quar-
Mr. J. M. Payne has been ill this
Despite the fact that the season has
t been favorable, Mr. E. P. Dozler
as a fine garden.
Master James Hendricks has re
cently been made librarian of the
Congregational Sunday School. He
s faith nil to dutv and b ds fair tn
ake his a life of usefulness.
Mr. Roy Joiner is an earnest, .pro-
rosslve student of the summer
The superintendent of the C M. E.
Sunday School, Mr. David Cantrell.
made timely remarks, last Sunday
morning on "Cleanliness."
Miss Kate Cole visited Nashville
Walter S. Thomas,
CHOICE FRESH AND CURED
Expert Saueago maker.
All Meats selected from Home Killed Stock.
Residence: I3M FOURTH AVE., N.
S. R. SMITH,
Cash Meat Mnrlt
"NOTIIINU BUT TnE BEST"
Phone Main 3166-w 140 Fifth Avenua S
On Their Own Note
THE KE5HXRY MM CO,,
m CM KTREiT ! IT STAIRS..
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We manufacture K. P. Iodge Banners- .
as per illustration given above, at prices;
according to quality of materials and'
trimmings, ranging from $:0 to $75; silk
embroidered work from S0 to $110: band
embroidered bullion wprk from $1:15 to
$-o. bpecihcations furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: :: ::
This shows a verv tfannlnr locirr'
G. U. O. Of O. P. LoiliS Vrri A
of white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur-
io,u oiiiw. xaiutcu m gold leaf
and oil colors, back of r1 hann-
Tnmmed with imported gold lace, f rint
tassel s. tp TTo
' . ""'unuuupui WOOll CI ( t
ba,L.u C0Ver and holster. Prices Q
. .tw wuucn mill B
made for any other org ion at samo
prices, changing emblems and letterine
to suit the Order.
For farther information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board.
R. II. BOYD. Sp
323 Second Ave N. Nashville. Tnn
Office 'Phone 1271. Residon -Phnn- '
Dr. J. B. Singleton
t0kl OrSSr1 De?tktt?. teach,
er ot Orthodontia and Denial Me
tallurgy Meharry Medical
WORK NEATLY DONE I
a fit. week.
uooiii i win Building,
The baseball boys have been doins:
NASHVILLE, . . TEHH.
40 Cedar St. m6 Joff,Pfcrt 04 ,
some hard practicing this week.