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The Nashville globe. (Nashville, Tenn.) 1906-193?, January 11, 1907, Image 5

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No. ?, Seven Drawers.
yhis handsome
Cabinet Drop
Head Sewing Ma
chines is one of the
latest, models, and
is made of carefully
selected quarter
sawed Golden Oak,
highly polished and
ornamented . , with
marquetry finish
on drawers .and
cabinet. It also
has a -tape-measure
marked in colors on
top part of woodwork.
A TEN-YEAR GUARANTEE ACCOMPANIES EACH ORDER.
This is strictly a high
grade, .'' macliine of
the drop head pattern,
made ' in accordance with
Twentieth Century ideas,
finely built, light running,
easily managed, durable
arid ( handsomely finished.
Itisequalin EVERY PAR
TICULAR to the machines
Bold throughagentsat from
?0.t)0 to f 80.00. We do not
i c Tor these machines la com.
! i . : :tion with the cheap and
r:nc;hly built machines
wl.ien are being advertised
nt almost any price the
purchaser Is willing to pay.
1: it ve offer those who de-
- i a really high-grade ma.
thine an opportunity to
;.tt one for- LESS THAN
HALF whatsuch amachine
would cost if bought from
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No. I. Five Drawers.
SOLD BY THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
OF THE
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYO, D. D., Secretary,
.,523 Second Avenue, North,
Nashville, Tenn
- MISS PHILLIPS ENTERTAINS.
Lady Emma Louise Phillips gave a
six o clock tea Friday aiternoon, Dec.
28, to a few of her friends at her home.
Christmas decorations were in evi
dence. The large red bell which hung
v in the middle door, with a shower
hnnrh of mistletoe harnrin from it.
,' gave the . idea of the color ' scheme,
winch was earned out as near as pos
; Bible. The dining table was lighted
with two silver candelabras, holding
; green and . red tapers, and in the mid
rn prop-n leaves fringed a silver wait
er filled with red apples mounted with
a silver Dot filled with ferns. The
following program was rendered:
Good-bye Lady Emma Louise Phil
lies. Success Carrie Mildred Bryant.
Fi if nd ship Jennie Lee Noel. Mem
'".) -Dr. E. Bowden. Music John
Lr;aaIol Thompson. Music Bertha Lee
h to. Music Anna L. Dawson. Re-
: !;3 Bishop C. II. Phillips.
I i two present were Misses jenme
J - :: , Carrie M. Bryant, John D.
rriw u,p,nin, Lucy S. Thiliips, Mamie L.
r,w.xi, Pa.; Bertha Lee Tate, Ky.;
-Ajr';i i:. Brooks, W, Va,; Anna L.
B;..w.-oa, WiHoughby, 0.; Messrs. B.
M. Shcrrod, S. C; C. H. and J. T.
Th "! is, C. II. Johnson, S. C. Harry,
W. ::irnees,- Mr. L. R. Petty, E. N.
Ezi.'.c.ro,' La.; Richard S. Hunter, E.
Bowden. Miss Phillips left, the city
January 2, for Oberlln, Ohio, where
she goes to enter the Musical Con
servatory to study voice, harmony and
phno. she will he there for several
fcecsions.
A DELIGHTFUL PARTY.
Mrs. Lula Drake and daughter, Bet-
tie, entertained at their home, 1800
West End avenue, last Friday night,
January 4, a small nartv. corarilinwmt.
ary to Misses Fannie Rucker and Jen
nie Leath, of Florence, Tenn. The
spacious room was neatly arranged
and beautifully decorated. The color
scneme was pink. The evening was
pleasantly spent in playing games. At
a very late hour a two-course menu
was served. Those present were Mr
and Mrs. Richard Leath. Mr. and Mrs
Jerry Rucker, Misses Jennie Leath,
Fannie Rucker. Bettie Drake. Messrs
Albert Rucker and Jno. B. Ridley.
LYNCI1S GA
AT ARREST STAGE
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Uncle Sam to Take Hamilton's
Sheriff Into Custody.
OTHER ARRESTS TO BE HADE.
DEPUTY SHERIFFS ACCUSED OF
; PERMITTING THE LYNCHING OF
ED. JOHNSON AT CHATTANOO
GA, AND MEMBERS OF MOB TO
BE ARRESTED. VIGOROUS PROS
ECUTION OUTLINED.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Jan. 7. (Spe
cial.) The final and most serious step
in the contempt proceedings before
the United States Supreme Court
against Sheriff J. F. Shipp, a number
of his deputies and a half score al
leged members of the mob that took
Ed Johnson, from the county jail on
March 19, and "hanged him to the Ten
nessee River bridge, has been taken
In motions made by the Attorney Gen
eral for the arrest of the defendants
and for taking the . testimony either
before the 'Supreme Court or before a
Commissioner appointed for that pur
pose. The attorneys for the defense
announce that they will not resist the
motions, and orders for the arrest of
the parties accused of contempt are
expected at any time.
When the cases were first brought
the attorneys for Sheriff Shipp and the
other defendants set up a plea that the
Supreme Court had no jurisdiction,
but the decision, was rendered to the
contrary, and the cases will now be
tried on their merits. It is intimated
that a Special Commissioner will be
sent , here to take the testimony, and
that the Government will be repre
sented in the hearing by Solicitor Gen
eral Henry M. Hoyt, who has conduct
ed the case up to this time.
The Government has secured a long
list of witnesses, which include news
paper men and others who were on the
bridge when Johnson was lynched. He
was convicted in the Circuit Court
here, and his attorneys (white) made
no effort to appeal the case. , Negro
lawyers then took a hand and an
pealed to the United States Circuit
Judge for a habeas corpus, which was
denied. An appeal was made to the
Supreme Court and granted by iustice
Harlan. Two days later the action of
Justice Harlan was ratified by the
court, and that night Johnson was
lynched.
ANTI-CONSUMPTIVE LEAGUE.
There was held last nieht at. thA
First Baptist Church. Spruce street, a
meeting of the Anti-Consumptive
league, which Is an organization cai.
culated to discuss and bring about
ways to wipe out the "white vlasnm ."
A large crowd was in attendance and
the object of the meeting was ex
plained by Dr. R. F. Bovd. after whlph
the Committee on By-Laws submitted
its report. Dr. F. A. Stewart, Dr. John
Kumler, Rev. W. S. Ellington, Hon.
J. C. Napier. Dr. G. H. Bandv nnH
Prof. James Burjus made addresses on
the subject. A Legislative Cntnmittoc.
consisting of Mr. J. C. Nanier. Dr.
A. Stewart, Dr. G. H. Bandy, Revs. W.
a. Islington, Freston Taylor, C. H.
Boone and Prof. James Burma
pointed. Another meetin? will ho fcMi
in two weeks.
PRINCE HERRMAN.
They renew their spirits and see
new beauty in life who attend Prince
Herrman's entertainments. Crowded
houses continue to greet him and Duke
Berryman at the leading churches.
. Oh .Friday night. Jan. 4. at St. Pau
A. M. E. Church, an unusually large
crowd greeted them. Among those
present were Bishop and Mrs. Evans
Tyree, Bishop ' and Mrs. C. H. Phil-
hps, Dr. w. D. Chappelle and Mrs.
ChBprielle. Rev. wm. Flasc. Rev. ant
Mr.v C. H. Boone. Dr. and Mrs. E. W
S. Hammond and Prof. Chas Stewart
(Col. Midnight). Their engagements
tor next week are as follows:
Kayne Avenue Baptist Church, Mon
day and Tuesday nights, January 14,
15; Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, Wed
nesday night, January 16; Linden
Chapel A. M. E. Church. Thursday
night, Jan. 17; iSpruce Street Baptist
Church, Friday night, Jan. 18. ,
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BIRTHDAY OBSERVANCE.
A birthday party , was given at the
home of Mrs. Lizzie Anderson, 319
Highland street, Tuesday night, Jan.
8, in honor of her daughter. Miss Ad-
die B., who received Quite a number
of nice presents. Those present were
Misses Elnora Watkins. Lee Stone.
Estella Neely. Irene Nixon. Tahitha
Peterson, Beatrice Vaughn, Mesdames
T. II. Elliot, M. D. W. Fugitt, John L
Pool. Levi Newsom. E. A. Welters. J
T. Holland.
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Chas, Stringer.
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THE LEADING '-SHOP IN THE CITY,
l iRST-CLASS WORKMEN.
i:rerj(hlinj Sew ami X'p -to-dttie. Polite Ser
vice iiiren. CuHrmient tutti Thfttrc.
Barbers: JatncS' Watkins, Charles Stringer atari
Fred Thomas.
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417 Fourth venue. North, Near Bijou.
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West Jefferson Street
Building Company,
N. BERRY, manager.
Prices Resasonable, Terms Cash and all Orders
Promptly: Filled.
Office and Shop 2004 Jefferson Street.
II. E.
ALSUP
- W. II. McGAVOCK I!
Residence Phone 1458,
ALSUP & McGAVOx'K
Undertakers
AND
Embalmers
Dealers in
FUNERAL SUPPLIES,
TELEPHONE 1277.
j Couch Casket
413 4th Ave., N., Nashville.
MASONS GO TO COURT.
Frederick Swanson Says Expelled
Members Wont Give Up Property.
On Thursday moraine; In the Chan
cery Court Frederick Swanson filed a
bill against A. Bunch, William Sny
der, Itlchard Johnson, Jim Hill, Sam
uel Johnson and Price Redman, in
whfch. the defendants are enjoined
from retaining possession of the build
ing and property at 413 1-2 Fourth ave
nue, North. The complainant Swan
son avers that he is the Worship
ful Master of Hiram Lodge, Free and
Accepted Ancient York Masons, and
ikewise District iDeputy Grand Master
for the State. He charges that the de-
endants have been expelled from the
order, but that they refuse to sur
render the records, seal and other
COUNTY COURT SALE.
Preston Taylor, Admr., vs. Unknown
Heirs of Joseph Harding, deceased.
Pursuant to a decree of the County
Court of Davidson County, Tennessee,
rendered at its November Term, 1906,
of record, on page 502 of Minute Book
No. 9, I will offer for: sale at Public
Auction at the South door of the Court
House in Nashville, Tennessee, on
Saturday, January 5, 1S07 at 12 o'clock
M.,
the following described real estate,
to-wit: -
Lot No. 9 in the subdivided Plan of
part or original College ; Lot No. 28
which fronts 58 feet on the E. side of
Liberty street, beginning at a point
about 25G feet from Castleman (now
called Peabody street) and runs south
wardly on said Liberty street. -
The said lot is in the shape of a
trapezium, with the West side 58 ft.,
the South side 14 1-2 feet morej
For further and better descrfjT
133 Plan Book No. 21 R. O. D. C. It
being the same lot sold to Joseph
Hardine' deceased, by A. V. S. Linds-
ley, Jr., of record in Book No. 68 page
44 R. O. D. C.
Terms of sale: Cash, in bar of al
right of redemption.
W. H. HODGKINS, Sol.
P. A. SHELTON, 'Clerk.
By WM. B. SHELTON, D. C.
4M2-15-06.
AS USUAL
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times.
Our Superintendent's arid
Teacher's Handbook, . contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug
gestions, School Readings, Mus
ical Suggestions, etc, for the In
ternational Lessons for 1907 is
now ready. No Superintendent
INSTALLATION.
The members of Benevolent Treas
nre installed the following officers
last Wednesday night. Opening, read
ing Scripture, B.-o. Mayberry; roll call
The officers were Installed by Rev
Amos Parr and were as follows:
Prudent. O. W. Stokes: Vice Presi'
dent, Jordan Sneed: Financial Secre
tary, Mrs. Mattie Redmond; Record
ing Secretary, Mrs. Saran uampoeu;
Treasurer, Mrs. Harriet Carter; Sick
Committee, Mrs. Kiwte McGee; Sick
Committee, Janes Harris; Marshal,
Samuel McClain: Marshal, Mrs. Uas-
sie Isaac; Chaplain, John Maddux. A
vprv timelv talk was given to tne
newly-elected officers by tne president.
A tempting collation was served.
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CASE DISMISSED.
fln.mncl Armstrong, the young man
refused to be bullied in a Quarrel
with several Vanderbilt students about
a dog, and was arrested on a charge of
assault with a knife, was discharged
frnm mstodv hv the judge of the City
Court Tuesday, as the case had been
dismissed.
ROGER WILLIAMS DAY.
Thft First Buntist Church, Spruce
street, rallied in the interest of Roger
Williams University last . Sunday.
r?ov Wm. M. Havnes. General Man
ager of Finance, preached an ablo ser
mon at the morning service to a fine
nudiPTicft ronsiderimx the inclemency
of the weather. The choir furnished
good music. After the sermon the
pastor, Rev. Ellington, made a strong
appeal in the interest of Roger Will
lams University. Short talks 'were
made by Deacons W. T. Illghtower
anH n n Lowe- also remark by Rev.
Wm. M. Haynes. Total collection for
Roger Williams University,
Let all the churches do likewise.
or Teacher should be without
this valuable little book. It is
undenominational. Published
for the interest of Sunday school
Workers.
n Prices: Cloth, 25 cts: Leather
35 cents. ,
naiiunai oapusi ruDiisning Board,
REV. B. II. BOYD, Sec'y,
523 Second Avenue, Kortli,
NASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE.
12-2-'0it4 .
Ofllee Thone 4M:t-L. Residence 1834 Jefltrsoo St.
Residence Phone 8131. Y.
DR. S. S. GARUTHERS,
Homeopathic Pliysfdan and Surgeon.
Room I, First floor, 0JJ fellows Hall,
447 Fourth Ave, North.
Office Hours: 9 to 1 1 a. m.. 3 to 4 p. m 7 to 8 p. m.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HAVE TOTJ ANY
TROUBLE WITHYOTJR
EYES, EARS, NOSE
or THROAT?
IT SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
SPECIALIST,
HOOKS S . and 3
NAPIER COURT.
NASHVILLE,
TENN.
Don't wait for the Cood weather. Wo
must raise the "Ten thousand dollars."
itev. W. M. Haynes, the General
Manager of Finance of Tinpov wiiiiam
University, will be clad to vistr nnv of
the churches. in the Interest of Roger "
wmiaas university. )'
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