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THE NASHVILLE "GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 24, 1908.
argains for Sale PaYltiG REiiT. T. UUll rflUHU titilli GVNS WILL GET A RETURN BAT TLE. Mw is the Unit to Nick i row! Cans wants to feel again the things-Nee these. 4 rooms, Garden St 4 ruuins, I honiiis St 4 rooms ami larn, N. Colleg. St 4 rooms, Wharf Ave 4 rooms, hall (new) Sout west. 4 romis rahinet mantles, city 4 water. 1-airview Ave Allison, 2. yoorhles, 5. Struck out: by Yoorhles, 5; Allison, 5. Time of game 1:45. Umpire Green. Baseball. The Blue Front Baseball Team of East Nashville defeated the National Baptist Juniors Saturday by a score w"ia;ht of the laurel upon his brow Mter years or DattllnS wnicn lirtea 0f 5 to 2. Score bv innings: OUU Mm to a pugilistic pedestal, he turn- niue Front 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 5-11-4 euu Med into sheer oblivion by the punch- n. Bap., Jr. 0 0 101 0 0 0 12- 9-3 ionn ,r,fl tleliverecl b' Battling Nelson. Now Summary Stolen Bases, Thomas, liino !'ie eX"1(1 Master' JosePfl Gans. seeks Two-base hit. Webb, Gaines. Base on (o regain the pedestal, to climb balls, Wrebb, 1. Struck out, Webb, 4; lOOO ""aia to 1be heiSht frm which he Jennings, 3; WTatkins, 3. I have several choice Kayne ave WH! lullluieu W uauimg eison. auu The feature of the game was the nue lots on the site which was in- ,nat ne;nt nas Deen arranged. pitching of Jennings for the National tended for Roger WiMlams. that for a If plans do not miscarry Bat and Baptists, Jr. McGuire, umpire, tew davs are offered at from $5 to Joe wil1 once asain foregather in the $7.50 per foot. Monthly payments. rena at Ely, Nev., on Labor Day, Onlv a few of these lots will be sold September 7, 1908. The fight will be to our people and it so happens that 10 a finish and both are preparing THESE ARE THE BEST THERE. now to Pet in Tr,ra for tne battle. Don't be too late Investiaatina this -Tre thinks he underestimated the w chance. f these don't- u.t-call ar,uml I have r "2 Ped. in which fifty-nine guests took will be there with bells on and a va- -i r V r - T -J 1 1 nnnt nl n net n'noro iha ruslf iciiai U mil, -- fl- a - Present were Mrs. Ida Fletcher Mrs. 4IOtf Cedar Street. Telephone, Main 1889. and in condition, he predicts, to land h" 0n,,,,Mr- rS' Bang' on Bat like a Kansas Twister. ? L iJ,,ams- 'ss Cordelia Brown, Nelson will get $20,000, for he Is ,. 1 , e 1,us "ea"ice ana now able to arbitrate his own share ?Tfm i!1.', ilberta and Chai" ioue .Jenkins, Birdella and Theresa Gans will eet $10,000 ann one-third nf Gary Hattle and Addie Duke,, Lu- the fight pictures. The referee will e -entry, Mary Frazier, Eva More, be selected not later than August 29. "estoe May: Williams, Bottle Holland, DELIGHTFUL GATHERING. A delightful affair of Thursday evening was the birthday party of Miss Blanche Whltelow at the home nf lTro Piv OfVO rr.lffV. ,n huskiness of the Brawnv Battler on V 'Y. "'v- . . a"cuuc- tha noct.n va o iNorin- wany interesting games were played, in which fifty-nine guests took part. At 9:30 o'clock a delicious two-course menu was served. Those ECONOMICAL STEAM LAUNDRY Tex- Hirkard. thfi Nevada fip-M nrn. vMmwih iwilR, Mary He lie: Troc moter. was responsible for the tenta- i01, Geneva Hawkins, Emma Dora tivp nlnns hut tTipro la nlwovo rooks, Gladys Young. Hattie Wood- sibility of fighters falling down on !oy' Minnie May Smith, Helen White the job. However, the ex-Old Master mv' Mp5!srs- Amos White. Levi Brad seemed sn nnvinns tn P-et hnnV at tha Iev "rank Luckett, Nelson PnttiFrson Bnttler thnt it seems nnthtntr will Prank Robinson, Willie Brame. .Tne K. 1 U K AI oc Perrouna prevent him from jumping the ropes '"u,fcIP' HOyt hooper. Thomas IIVLUU ViU II VRH pnd piit(inp his fistg Mrore. Quintard Walker, William i i rTi a i a rn tri trn r- more. Now, Joe lsn t a squealer, but ij(iiu viiay, AiDert human nature is a very funnv nronosl- r.'1' .James A- Williams, George Have your washing done at the Economical Steam Laundry. Let us do your -41.2 Cedar Street. BUY YOUR IU1 Dr. J. B. SingXon, Mgr. tion. Joe wants to make his future V1111, EVf1le p.erkins. Bennie Jordon, actions his excuse. ,,se u- rnce. Buford, Clar n"-"n!tt!?fJ Bat's friends think it will be like " la'". "ice House, Eugene stealing milk from the che-ild on La- vnns "0WalJ w- Salters- Mack bor Day. They are going to wend Ro?S; Prln JVells. The outK)f.town toward Elv with everv nnelret mil. "" WlCre MlSS Nina from St. Louis OF I LEWIS ROBERTSON WITH SMITH CRITTENDEN & CO "THE 1IOMKOF GOOD SHOES." 606 Church St. Phone, Main 70 BUY YOUR mrorv rrrlrrf hii 1. - -. . ,1 n f : w t ging. They will carry yellow boys In T i' ? . . ary ,j0U "-oseborough suit cases and valises and some of m illlasK1 them are buying trunks. There is nothing to it, they declare, and are BIRTHDAY PARTY rearing tnat nelson wn ioe so hot as on last Fridav Mq r n rhontvm a favorite that it will be impossible entertained a few friends it being her to get any money down on his birthday. A four-course menu was cnances served. At a late hour in the after snrewu irienas or me ex-uia Mas- noon caches and lemon wafers were ier are wMiciung mm ana saying served, nothing. They say they might have CLOTHING a few bales of currency themselves when it comes time to lay the wa gers. - "MAJOR TAYLOR SUSTAINS ACCIDENT OF fcewis Robertson A JOLLY CROWD. . A jolly , crowd entertained last Thursday in honor of Miss Sallie M McCleilan of 3.04 Fillmore street Dancing and games were indulged in during the early part of the evening after which ices were served. Those re-esent were 'Misses Willie Brooks ,rirnea Cockrell. Mary C. Morris, Vic WITH 325 Union SI. Phone, Muin 560. Residence 108 Hghlh St. Resident Phone. Wjlnut 934 At Home Afternoons. TOINSORIAL SHAVING PARLOR H. D. RAINNEY. Vgr. I'l KST CLASS IN l-.VI KY HS HCT. NASHVILLE. TJ.NM SS( I . "mi: iiiiiii STimiiiii SOFT DRINKS OF ALL KINDS ICE CREAM nmm mm os mm HWS. ETTA CARY, Prop. 1214 Pearl Street h a i ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS at the next term of the Davidson County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nashville, Tennes see, on the 2nd Monday in October, it being the 12th day, and defend, or said complainant's bill will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hear ing ex parte. It is therefore Ordered that a cony of this order be published for four weeks in succession In the Xa-hville Globe, a newspaper pub lished in Nashville. L..M. HITT, Clerk. It. L. MAYFIELD, Solicitor for Complainant. 7-10-08. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. ROBERTA CROWE vs, PORTER JAMES CROWE. May Rules, 1008. In this cause It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the de fendant is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary process of law can not be served upon him; it is therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance herein at the next term of the Davidson County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court. House in Nashville, Tennes see, on the 2nd Monday in October, it bring the 12th day, and defend, or said complainant's bill will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hear ing ex parte. It is therefore ordered that a copy of this order be published for four weeks in succession in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper pub lished in Nashville. L. M. HITT, Clerk. E. R. RUTHERFORD, D. C. R. L. MAYFIELD, Solicitor for Complainant. 7-10-A8. ? n a g$ i n TICKET OFFICES tJNION STATION, BROADWAY CITY OFFICE In Maxwell House, Corner Church Street and 4th, Ave., North. PHONE MAIN 377 SPECIAL NOTICE. All persons interested m any busi ness or profession identified with the race, who desire to have their names and business appear in the greater rdition of the Nashville Globe, will 'nndly send or leave the same with reir address at the Globe office, 447 fourth avenue, North, oi telephone M?in 43?3 L. (Sisrned) GLOBE PUDLISING COMPANY. At Bordeaux, France, by Being Thrown from His Wheel, While Taking Part in Races. Bordeaux, July 13. While taking toria Norris, Ellen Owens, Amanda - Part in the races at the Park Velo- Alexander, Fannie Mai Perkins, Por VAKLfcl O iJAUiMAiN drome to-day Major Taylor, the bicv- ter and ivvA Smith. Irr.fl! Kaicher, rust, was thrown from his wheel by Pndie Strntton, Sadie and Estizer the bursting of one of the tires. Watson, Emma Thompson. Maud His right arm was badly hurt and Starnes. Anna Searcy, Mary V low he received other injuries. He will ery, lilif Moores, Zelma Shoffner, not be able to race again for some Mary Chrismon, Sallie MoClellan, time. Messrs. Snm Harris, Russell Owens. . Fdward Dillahunty, Frank Brooks, J. B. TAYLOR SURPRISES THE Charlie Smith, Giles Abernathy, Leon WORLD. Hurt, Jesse nnd Hadley Fite, Ossie The manner in which J. B. Taylor, Crorkott. Arnett Coffey, Tra Watson, the colored member of the Irish- ?av'.fl Sr E(1ward 'a,lt,ns' American Athletic Association, car- T 0 W1S Mf,cipllan- ried off the honors in the flat 400 metre race in the Olympic games in LUNCHEON. 130 Fifth Avenue, South, tendon was the surprise of tho world. Airs. James Coffey, of Ewing ave- nih Nvcis, me nrbi DiacK iace 10 snow rP recently entertained a number in the contests, and he won his race cf friends at luncheon in honor of with so much ease that the result yrp. handles, of Atlanta.- The house was never in doubt. His style was Wo. bRndpnmelv decorated for the Kwicenu anu periormance so easy nrrapion. After a season of social 4 1. nl 1 il ? 1 1 1 A 11 nun lit- nun uie unuea applause OI me ronverpp pnd chcicp selctinns from 40,000 spectators.' In the final heat rr-v.0rxnon" the guests werr in Taylor won with as much ease and "by vh to the diningjiaom where the as good margin as ne did in the first yPPXy iadPn table, with its snowv race, lie nas proved himself to be 1inor. Pnver and glassware and d.inu.e ui me ursi ranK, ana an oi centrepiece of prettily drawn work America rises to salute him. Noth- by Mrs. Robert T,. Ralph, presented a nab ueeu nearu oi J,euoy, me honntiful nnnenrnnrP SAvernl rnnrsos member of the team sent out from were served. Those present were u,f liiiiveisny or nicago, dui ne can ps follows: Mrs. Randies, Mrs u uei-encitMi upon io noia up me Thompson. Mrs. Robert Dobson, Mrs pride of the stars and stripes. Washington House, Mrs.' Merrill. Mrs William Richardson, Miss Elmira The Y. M. C A. Team defeated the Shivers, Mrs. Robert L. Ralph, Mrs Standard Furniture Eine Saturday, -Times Coffey. Mr. Roosevelt Coffey July 18. The features of the game np,t -A1r- MfKwcn. were the star plays of Caruthers, For- rest, Fanroy, Sweeney and the superb NOTICE Pitching of O. Voorhies for the Y. M. A11 members of the' Post and Re- C. A., only four hits being made off 9f rrps nf )lie Grand Armv of the him. while Allison was touched for rPr,Wic are requested to meet Mon- eleven. (lnv Pveninr jiy 27, at Elder Tay- fr i-Tt Posit'on- Y. M. C. A. lor's office, 419 Fourth avenue, North, JJ; vul(1 L- F Sweeney (0 pot ready for Emancipation Day, T,Pton R. P Eiggon August 8. .imonn u. v Eittlefield Thos. Bakor , USE IDEAL HAIR TONIC. If you wish a good healthy head of Hair. IV. M. SEVIER. H. D., Ph. 0., 707 Ewing Ave., NASHVILLE, TENN. (Cbt-rected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwest Arrives 7:00ani-Meinphls, Hickman, Pa- 3:5opm ducah, St. 1,ou1b, con ronuects for CntrevlUo (!) 2:15 .-I'aducah, Hickman, li32pttl Jackson t.. B::pm AVaverly Accommodation, 8:00am 8:00pm-"lixle Flyer" solid train 9:05am toKt. I.ouis. A . ll:30pm-Memphls and Hickman 6:50am (SOUTH AND KAST. . ' 2:24am Chicago and Florida 3:13am Limited. . . 9:30a m-St. Louis- Jacksorivtllt Gi&Dpln "Dixie Flyer." Con' nectlons (!) for all branch lino nninta. 12:17pm Chicago, Jacksonville.... 3:20pm 'Dixie Flyer. - Solid train. Dining cars. 3:30 t m Chattanooga and the 10:50tt' lOast. Connections (!) for tfhelbyvlU6,Kparta, F:tyett-! in li i : n M' .. t VllltJ, Jl UU1MVIIIIC, JIUKJ City, South Pittsburg. !6:00 p m Tullahoma Accommoda- !8:15am tion. Connects for IShelby vllle. 9:30 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta 6:36am Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON THAlNS. !7:00am J-tbaribn Mixed ... nu.n !9:'i6ain Lebanon F.xpress.... !2:10pm !4:00pm Lebanon Accommodation !R:40pm I5:00pm Lebanon Accom modation . !8:30am Dally. IDally except Sunday. W. M. HUNT, C. t Aii Maxwell ilotls& POWELL PliiLLIPB, P. Aij MaxWfcll HouKei W. L. DAN LEY, O.P. A., Union Station Louisville & Nashville R. R, New Union Station. City Ticket Office, 224 Fourth ave., North. Telephone JJain 768 Leaves. Arnvei. i!:15am 8;27anl 8 35pm a3 05pm l :05am 8:10am 2 :05am a8:10pm 8:10am CALL 3008-R T TVT TrTCTXT MANUFACTURER OF BREAD, CAKES, ICE CRM All orders filled and deliver ed promptly. Special prices on CONFLCI lONi.KY aild ICE LKEAM for Festivals and Picnics. 3 :37am f:2ifm 1 :16am t7 :50am 10:00am t8:17am 10:i0am 7i26pm 6:00pm CARROLL STREET AND SECOND AVEME. (MARKET STREET.) NASHVILLE. TENN, Retail 75 nuts p r jL-allfii 40 cents jut h.ilf al! " 25 cents per quart NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. MARTHA E. 1TTLL vs. T-OTHSA THORNTON. Pros. 1 H Fanroy PTIVSTONT TAYLOR rommnnrlr Epporson 2 B Caruthers "iM 3 R j. Voorhies Ford S. S Forrest lOhTlROTl rr. , , c l ,,tt t BROAD STREET 502 Allison p o. Voorhies ,m",AB fll- " lf 4-M8tf Score by inning: R.H.E. In th,s f,sfi V. M. C. A..1 4 0 n 0 1 0 1 7-11-2 Mcfn,.tlon of the Co , t tint tl, ,V , r . ,,, s- r- L 2... . 2 0 T4' 4-3 fondant is a non-residor.t nf tho Rtitr MoniP rnwrr. oi i.v.isMiie. nummary naileries: u. Voorhies nr Tmncn. twfnr iha ..,iino,.v , ... ! i!.. J Tl 1111 " iv. ....... ,.. "i - Ill V. tlO naS Oeeil VlSHins 111 inn niy in ami juunsun; Allison and UllllO. TWO- nmfPw nf l.nw rnn nnt cnrvofl unnn the past six weeks, left Monday morn- base hit, Caruthers; three-base hits, him; it ig therefore ordered that said ing for her home. Guild and Caruthers. Base on balls: defendant enter his appearance Welti Tl-.i KI'HONB - - 10a 1ACTORY AND PA ... i C U 502 ! IPS GUUKVOYANT AND ASTROLOGIST Life from cradla to grave. Gives names Id full of those you have or will marry; C4Uiso8 happy marriage to thoseyoiKlefllre; unltPB those sep arated ( never fails). If you are In doubt as to the utcoma of any under taking In busi ness, social or domestic life; sickness, di vorces, separa tions, lawsuits, lost or absent friends Interest you; If you desire to have your domestic troubles re moved, your lost love returned, consult or write me. You will be advised the best wav Hi succeed. Fee 11.00. Patrons attended to In nil parts of the world. " Letters of Inquiry answered on receipt of two 2c stamps. Oneyenr'B prediction free. Send birth dates, two 2c. stumps. 1402 W. Dauphin Street Philadelphia mm W' I Mm imm DR. F. PERRY Lonisvillo & Cincinnati 3 :47am LouiSTiiie Cincinnati 7:65am Loui6illc & Cincinnati 8:00pm Louisville Accom'oda a12:20pm Kvansvillu & Chicago 3:57am ICvansvi lo & Chicago 7:40pm Kvansvillc & St. l.ouis 3:&7uhl Kvansville & 8t. 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Thini Main SI, Nashville, ... Tonn. B. H. Gray Reliable Tailor. Ladies' anl Gent's repairing a Specialty. (uimc mm MD PRESSHG. 410 Jo Johnston Avenue SPECIAL TO 7VVEIN. It Is a well known fact that Tho SQUARE DEAL PRESSING CLUB Must be doing good work, for our memb;rship increases each day. Give us a trial. We keep your clothes spotless, thoroughly brushed out and pressed up in the latest style for the small sum of $1.00 per month. Neat work and prompt service. All work called for and delivered. T. T. Hoctcettt Prop., Pio 1926 EYI 'in - 1131 Jefferson Street. "-17-OSIf. Austin will leave for cnicago -; ' ,. I mon Canda. Uyn'd frlenda i did not have lo stand 1 department, which Is being rcorgan-1 pnis. 'l c nil., is in hip ci i.v,