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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1907.
DR. JOSIE E. WELLS,
Diseases of Women and Children.
Electrical Massage Given at the
the error on the facing slip "letter for government records are concerned, la Hnin Yftll ' f!ntarrfl7
Nashville, Tenn.," and sign it H. A. conclusive evidence of receipt or tne iiuiv vu vuiuuiu
Jones, P. C, Nashville and Memphis letter. The post master general goes
R. P. O., and send it in to the Super- further in this argument and says: llA f)r rVfiQ I rnilhlA YAH
lntendent of mails. All envelopes "As a rule the time record of the IUUI -jvo IIUUUIU lUUi
look alike when a reference slip is backstamp is changed not ortener tnan r y. i pi
attached, and are "Respectfully re- every half hour, and therefore back- m) JQM ftPM nlflSSGS
ferred" to some Dostal clerk for an ex- stamnlns. even if promptly done, can
planation. The argument has been show a variance of nearly thirty min
well nut forth that when an envelope utes from the true time."
or letter is delayed and passes through This argument is easily offset by
the office, and the delay is not detect- the fact that when mail arrives in the
ed until the hour of delivery, it is im- cost office in rapid succession not less
tr,.r. , .,.-,,;fr Doss'ble to find out at which end the than thirty minutes apart, it is not
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peiay was caused, uacssiamping is aDsoiuieiy necessary iu icicuu
41 1 FWtti Avenue, N.,
77 Map! Street.
'Phone J 3 18.
OR HAVE YOU ANY
TROUBLE WITH YOUR
640 WETMORE ST.,
a necessity, and indeed is a protection work, and delay the distribution by RVP PADQ MHCtJ
, except wnen i v i nkjj juauuj lJJL4
pot only to the local post office and changing the backstamp
Its officials, but to the sender and ad- the period occupies over thirty min-
drossee. It takes a great responsl- utes. Rut invariably letters or lmpor-
billty off of the local post office, for it tance, like special delivery letters, are
enables them to advise the patron stamped as near, the hour tney are re
thit the letter was received at a cer- ceived as the dye in the backstamping
tain hour nd that it was delivered in machine will indicate. Hence the spe-
Ihe first mnil after receipt of the let- cial delivery service would at least be
ter. The backstamping clerk takes protected in the continuance or the
oath, like all government employees, backstamping. This cannot be done If
of not backstamping is
If one is caught moving up or moving The Assistant Postmaster General
back the hour of receiving, he or she continues
would be accused of destroying gov- "The usual custom in adjusting the
i. 3 I - n a r n n -r A I l Jl 0 1 "U n nlr r4 n mil ta tA I a n v v n -k .
n i m rii 11 trnment rtxuius ma, bcusc, nuu i ume ruruiu ui lug wanivommp v" I xtUUina Jtf ana o
UUvl lillllS vlOlUIIlgt W0llld be subject to removal. The fac- set It thirty minutes ahead or tne act-
t ctt Ing slip only serves as a cnecit to tne nal hour." .
it. i . U. ana iuc jr. kj. wuu is iu cuaige ,10 tins a. repiy cun ue cctonj bhcu,
h . , n in oatn- !e a11 government employees, baekstampinj
flnlPfll riOHIlPr 1111(1 llYOr and swears to perform his or her du- this custom
llLUUll UlilMl UUU lfJU ty W5th:n the prescribed laws, so that allowed to o
IT SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
JHQ. W. KELSI
Vood, Goal, so and
Yards Cor. S'fi.v;., and Jefferson st.
corMal sten Laundry,
C Vt'Ul), OPERATED ASD
CONTROLLED BY iNEGROES.
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PLATE I, '
We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
as per illustration given above, at prices
according to quality of materials and
lonrtiPrt that tbfi baokstamnlng full age," and proceeded to deliver the
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rnllwnv mnll sprvlrfe wmilrl have to -ryohru Is lisnnllv set between the lunerai euiub'y. yam a sujwiub
. w- ' I ' v - " " - - - I . ti 1 1 TTl ...
beor all nf the hnrHpna wipti It la n f,-mn nf tha arrtvnl nf thp. train at the ixiwue 10 ivir. rilgULUWer U. uuai-
certain fact that letters are received depot and the-arrival of the mall at ness man, as a Christian, as an offl
tn fha varlniio nnct nfflrPa nnd nrA Tint I fVin nrvot nfflpp PithPr of which would cer of the church and as a friend.
f'f.lavefl In tranpm sr on or vice versa. I ho. P-nnrl repnrrls. ' vv- Ji""luui yaoiui ui. uw
f,,ri w i Ms arfriiTTipnt and First Baptist Church, - of which .Mr.
I the East Nashville mail, should be sayg: Thomas HIghtower a brother of the
given a lette- for Number 25, who "Recent investigation has developed aeceasea, is a meiuuer, was oB&eu w
carries the Murphy Addition after the fact that in some offices the back- &ay a word, tie said tnat ne ieu as u
ViiTYiliPi. K lpft tTiP nffipp nt x I fnrvin a TiQHnalW cp not at thp ne were ai me luiieiai ut a iieai jcid,-
o'clock a. m.. this letter would be de- time when the mail arrives, but at the tive, that he had lived Just across the
layed until the afternoon. If this oc- hour when it is the practice to begin street from Mr. HIghtower for three
nA cfMr nftomnnn -nrnni .iit . t t-v nHL-a ha rannrA years and that he had learned to love
C2DERS rH3J?IIY i).a.IiERED, Uif. 3IEA C.1LL. be h w over vnta Monday morning, conveyed by the backstamp Is far him as a neighbor and a Christian. Ho
I even if Number l did stamp it "W" from accurate and serves to deceive '.T ?ufl",J,
nnrl attach his Tmmhpr to It. there ,.tw ihnn tn Ptillffht.en the nubile." er OI me comiori oi me xxviy oymu,
ho nrt nf ocoertnlnlTlP' thp T (, VottIIv nonoconrv for hllfilnPSS the l0V6 Of Christ, the gOOdneSS Of
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delay unless the backstamping ap- men who conduct some of the largest lod and tne sympatny ana prayers oi
peared. The carrier could put forth business establishments in the United """areas ui uub. my. JJUJ-i;
-in wro-iimoTit tiot tfco ipttor wna dp. afroc ovnoot tr. triwo rpocnnnhiA py- son, pastor or the Primitive Baptist
hrftfl n trancmtBclOTi TiotwlttlRtnTld- ta notrnna fnr rlplva In Ipt- l-nurcn, On L.eWlS Sirt'CX, Was lUO ld,St ir tnmitltrQ ran Frinff from $i tt tb Silk
Ino- thp noctninrk of Mpmnhls m eht tro if thoro la no official rpporrl on the speaKer. lie saia uiai ne nau nuuwu pmhroidered work from $S0 to $10 1 hand
chow that It lpft that nost offlop Frl- ho n Kt nf tho loftprs to show Mr. Xllgntower lor umixy yedja ui pmhroidered bullion work trom 3. .5.1 to
Idav noon., and It should have been re- the exact hour of their dispatch and more, and that he had found him ever U0f Specifications furnished on banners
noUrri Rntnrfinv momlnp' Thp rar- Lini Tt nrmiii QTinoor thnt If thp reaay to neip a nieua auu aymiJrt- fttanv once desired.
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We solicit your patronage, inrst-ciass ri(,r misvht sav f'nl be justified in his Assistant Postmaster General is goine ize wuu a. Btrussuus uciguuui. ixev.
woik at reasonable priors. Packages claim, that the letter was not received to economize in the" service, it would Mason was especially eloquent In his
calle.1 for and delivered to all parts of by him until Monday morning. So it be better for him to begin at another portrayal of the resurrection of the
the city. Give us a trial. can readily Ve seen that without end that is of less Importance .to the Jnst and the eternal happiness of those
1 TJTIITTT? 13 PT?trP VnrtPr-or. hirbct!TnrlnT ehnwlnjr ot Tffhnt hour It nltwns nt (ha moll cprvlup Tn Who die m the Lord.
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nnrt.j . j nrrfvprl thpro trnnlrt hp no W9V OT Trfl- V, 1oe.f renrf tha TJnn A sclstant I Lii tuuuiuoiuu i iiwiio!
iUUW iSUlU, ' " u'O "r. . T VUVB nf V, larrtM W.
cm? tnese deiays. Postmaster General does not snow r w," ,
The postal department in Its effort how important to a business firm the owed dj uie iamuy aua a id.ige uum-
to rronomlzp. Prpms tn hav attacked mn wn r Psnpolnllv of tho rP- oer or mends to its nnai resting piace
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a tender place, hence it remains to be ceint of letters at post offlces. If so, m vum. akuiu
?een whether the business men of the hie would certainly not put forth an a PaDer bv Miss Georala A. Sanders.
vv,,pn v. wnnt Rf nair and lob Work ,,rRe raau oraer nouses wl" awow areument. in ravor or tne racing sup. tI, wM
When you -want Kepairaim jou uorK TC,r,AMrTf .er,r.nef-m ftf tho hir. L.v..i. i v ,nw Mr, Brown HIghtower
done, bcreens a specialty All work mntlnnfl m force without T aa .Lir hirnmnln. which ber and officer of Hopewe
guaranteed done Faiisiacipniy. onop: - . - ; - MhvHiip annMr9 JLi X i r u
H A ..4 1. 'I V ' l, 1 W XA . Ill ULVULl I tilV 14 M I ' V l 1 u III II I III I V III III Ti l I IIC 111U11 - m
aio Devcmn Aveuue, ovum. U v. , v JlttMMa ;mo r"."i. .A tnia Am I was -one of the chartered memners
in which to inaugurate this experl- Dioyces and addressee. It remains to who helped to organize this number
rrent which has been started in some b seen whether this experiment in ? v,? ago ?e w a good and
of the large northern and eastern VOgue in some of the large cities will faithful officer and would at all times
tion to the ar- ,,rovP a success or failure. respond very nueraiiy 10 uie
Contractor and Builder,
was a mem-1
Hopewell Lodge,. No.
Sons and Daughters of Israel. He
Come to the;
Capitol Shoe Store
needs of the lodge. He carried with
him sunshine and laughter where'er
423 CEDAR STK
T0H f FECUX BAKGAIX8 OS
Shoes, Umbrellas and Glo es,
ckctimpin"- stei which is a rec- m tne "eaTri 01 iur- "ruwu would Degin to smue, ana very soon
d for the localpost' office and a pro- tower, Nashville, loses one of its old- the hall would be filled with laughter.
:t!cn to both, should be continued, ..m-t. -n- w Vr,own dtl- He rcrved he l;e very faithfully aa
ip ic iq pccpntini a th othpr Vor 'ens. Ve was onp of tp st colored Worthy Sentinel until his death. Oh.
- S. J. tfesbif.
C. S. Fandals,
cities. A decided opposition
gument put up by the Assistant POst-
T.-octP'p nonorol In hpln.t mado hv thp
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businessmen, who argue that both the THE PASSING OF A USEFUL CIT1- n l?n1l uuany P"ewiuK . uhbui.
facing slip system, which Is a record ZEN BROWN HIGHTOWER. "eiiiu wuuuuw. wu. ao u,
h. rv,n nr,,in And fhfl would enter our Ix)dge room every one
harkctamnin"' ?rctprn which Is a rec- In the f111 of Mr- Brown High- hvould begin to smile, and very soon
In the United States mail we have m t roprrarrne miwness D,,t now we snait m ss mm. ino more
tr,.rt oot iT-ieino h roikr moil the cltv. For vpnrs he puefullv ghall we hear the fall of his footsteps ;
Pervice and the local post office. ronmirTen n nit I P more snan we near mose cueenus
Each must have protection, and the "venne. Foutn Mr mentower b words or consolation, ror nis voice is
patrons must have the rs. "H" f. i .n.u - "' Y' - ucam. m mo
Tho following lo talrpn from thp rp- iTer navTR neen cmiihu;u w ma one io uie uoa who gavts il; ina huui
port of the Postmaster General in his verai w,PeKS x recAov ,HU1TS ancnorea m tne naven or rest,
argument for the facing slip system ncient Frrenin to reuirn ui ma wnere tnere is no sorrow, sicKueba
offiincf hor-vctomno- Kf biismcss. His fripnds were hone- nor death. In his death the Sons and
llf, uUw.UMj.U,. . , 9 I t. t. t i i i i -
"Tn thp noot office of onp of our "u rnai; me worpi mn iihsu. jiu" uaugniers oi israei nave iusi a uris
A Vpmif ifiil Riiiff nf Mhat h's life would be snarM for sev- tian brother and a faithful
on the th
IrH floor of the Nanier t0 theIr source d"rinR the month mp"V nw: . v V, C . u, v . ,y i , ,
irn noor oi tut i-Pi . . . . ... , momur .Tnnuarv ?3rd. he fell in the humb e submission to God and say.
fourth Ave-, JNortll. L,.n j onneration sh0Wed a total of r1 nt h,s hnivp on T',s s rpet H!fl The Iord rfveth, and the Lord taketh
five rooms with a 172, whereas the same office was able " n,sh?rt to him fo"?fl nIn SV rlessed be the name or the Lord'
A mrt t nn Will tne montn or uctoper witn DacK-1 on n....-. ...................
Q partition. win i. Kho ,nnrl nthpr fr'ends ass sted him
PLATE 2. .
This shows a very popular design for
G. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made
of white flac silk. Lambrequin, or cur
tain, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf
... 11 i imi" riiiK mis if nueii, tu il A i.utj icoiiuii- ... ...
he renieu in wnoie or in parr. cthmv of 47s prrors ntniKimr thp into the house nnd om, mm to pea. no- anti-consumption league.
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Can be USCd as a flat or lodge slip in a manner just described, "-d . , , AnU met at and oil cokjr., Ja
Mmimr experiences nave Deen re- ' " ii,c piPct n0ntut rh,,rri, with ipb nt. inmiucuwuuiuiur- m,
ported from other post-offices as a n1 wn "T ,. v. tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, wood cross-
rrs.lt of the suspension of backstamp- ?r PomfortnMe and to relieve Ws e CT Jt v Vitf rvT-fi bar, rain cover and holster. Prices $C0
dut at noon nis foui toc)k ifs iimiauit: " "" "r r, to$75. Any ot the aDove banners win oe
J. C. Napiisr.
One Cent Saving "Bank.
D00KS FOR VALENTINES.
Nothlne Is more hc'itiful fnr p
The above Is a good showing for!
the facing slip argument but it does
nrt detract from the merits of back
stamping. It does not show how many
letters hrn-e been delayed In the local
nd winced its sMnted flleht up to Dr. It. F Boyd, many physicians ex- e for any other organization at same
the hills of light, there to rest forever nressea tnemse ves as to tneir mien- . hal in gembiem3 lettering
ions to ao an in vneir power iu pu u suitthe 0rder. .. .. ::
in the bosom of its God.
Seldom In the hisjory of Nashville
have so immhv sorrowing friends gath-
pved to do honor to the memory of
"dentine than a beautiful book or
Tihasrs. rrnzes nnd grazes cf love. Cei
n rorv of Paul Laurence Dunbar's letter rmiers.
rost-ofnees In this period, which could o, M s s, ed n he Re
Inve bfen tweed to direct negligence Tne Pnnt rh,,rch P Mav evenin.
of Fomo of the distributing clerks or "J oJ5 Ch,"r? lrIt? V lh.
Thus the burden of
'hen .Mnllncia Sings $l.r.
nnrms of Cnbin and Field
t vrirs cf I5wly Life
'ho?e fVivs rests with the railway
Another argument put forth by the
ssl?tint Postmaster General against
'''Ik" from Dixey (a story) backsmping is as follows:
The Strength of Gideon 1.2?
Tivp of Landry ?"
In Old Plantntion Days l.sn
While the backs', amp Is supposed to
chow approximately the time of a let
ter's receipt at the post office, it is
sunshine and Shadow 1-00 never conclusive, for there may be
Tfenrthslde 1 delay in the office before the back-
Fanatics p2 stamping occurs."
Candletimes Those who have spent years In the
The Sport nf the Gods 1-60 service know that there Is never a
ninnr Hollow delay of more than thirty minutes
-ivy fjai l- or an hour at the most in backstamp-
rtmnHv Honey. Howdy 1&" ing the mail after it has been received
T.ir 'Wrionsr 3 50 Unto the port office. Carriers have
Make your or" row from the Na- heen"swung" until the mail could be
tlonal Baptist ruW'lrg Pmrd. F23 backstamped nnd distributed. Hence
Rprond avenue. North, Nashville, it is held tint the receiving stamp on
Feconci avm the back cf tl'.o letter, bo far as the
Tan. 25th. to rlo honor to Mr. men
tower. His pnstor. Ttev. D. 0. Tavlor.
got np out of his sick bed that he
miebt be present at the funeral. The
flornl oiTerlnTs were profuse and verv
pxpressive of sorrow for the dnd and
pvmnnthv for the berenved. The ros
trum ws crowded with city nastors
nnd other distinguished individuals.
The ofHoers of the church were the
oall bearer. Miss Georsda Sanders
rend rosolvtionp of condolence. The
Sons' nnd Diuihters' of Tsrael. the so
ciety of wh'ch Mr. Drown HIghtower
wis n member, turned out. In a hodv.
r,,he church choir was at its best; Pev
Preston Taylor had choree of the fun
eral, and he not onlv directed it with
a rmsterlv hand, but was of valuable
"-orv'ce to the pofor in handl'ng the
lrre audience. The pastor, Rev. ft
T3 Taylor, took for hig text Job 5:26:
, "Thou shalt com9 to thy grave la a
For further Information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board.
this work to success. Dr. Merrill.
president of Fisk University, was pres
ent. He complimented this move and
brought out many interesting points.
nnd asked the physicians had they R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
.ever thought why it was that this 523 Second Ave- N. "Nashville, Tenn.
dreaded disease seemed to be more
prevalent among the boys than girls,
as it seemed to be the rule in his
As the physicians are anxious to cre
ate an interest, by common consent
of the league, the President was au
thorized to appoint physicians to
speak at the various churches provid
ing It met the approval of the Minis
ters' League of the city. The follow
ing appointments were made for Sun
day, February 3:
St. Paul, Dr. J. H. Hale; Mt. Olive,
Dr. F. A. Steward; Clark Memorial,
nr. R. F. P.oyd; Spruce Street Baptist,
Dr. A. M. Townsend; Little Bethel, Dr.
II. T. Geeder; First Baptist, Dr. S. S.
Caruthers; First Baptist, F.ast Nash
ville, Dr. G. II. Bandy. The meeting
adjourned to meet at St. John's A. M.
D. Church, Thursday alg Feb. 7.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS
Hay, Corn, Oats and Feed-stuffs.
iue omy xsegro reeci uouse in tne cuy
fk 1 1 rim,-. mL-Jt