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"lITR NASHVIT.L73 CLOSE, FRIDAY. APRIL 6. 1907.
THE NASIIYILLE QLOBJ3. .-FRIDAY, .FEBRUARY 15, 1907.
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OUR NEW HOUSE.
WE ARE HEADY FOR OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS WE SOLICIT
AN EARLY CALL.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY - i 6
WE SHALL SHOW SOME SXAm BARGAINS AS AN INTRODUCTION TO OUR NEW LOCATION.
p&U Suits and Overcoats .....
$15 Suits anl Overcoats
$12.50 Suits and Overcoats
$2.50 Soft and Stiff Hats...
$1.50 Soft and Stiff Hats. ..
35 Boys' Winter Caps
$1.25 Child's Shoes.
Wright's Health Underwear, Satur
Men's Patent Vici Shoes
Men's Vici or Box Calf Shoes.
Ladies Vici Shoes
FiftH Avenue and Church Street.
Prices to Suit the Passes.
1 v 1 f
sr. '.ri -ii 'NSiV . VP.
SAVE S50 OR $100 OH A PURCHASE.
These Pianos are Double Veneered, case made in fancv fur- 5
JJ ured mahogany, fiine Circassian or burl walnut, or quarttr- 5
i sawed oak of the finest quality. ,
i We offer as our testimonals the people who have purchased 2
J. and are now using our Pianos. Call on or write them for 3
I ? Nashville, Tenn., Bishop Evans Tvree, 15 N. Hill street. 2
; J Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs.Lovell Landers, 1603 Harding street, 3
i if Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. K. H. Boyd, 523 Second ave., N.,
5' Nashville, Tenn.; Mt. Olive" Baptist Church Sunday School,
For Prices and Terms Apply at
I National Baptist Publishing Board,
I R.H. BOYD, Secretary,
J 523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn J
MRS. JOHN DOUGLASS ENTER
TAINS. . .
Mr. A. G. Souell, of Mt. Pleasant,
Tenn., came to see his daughter, Mrs.
John' Douglass, of 1818 Heffernan
street. The house was beautifully de
corated with ferns and evergreen
while growing plant and cut flowers
wade the dining room a thing of beau
ty. The house was lit up with elec
tric lights. The guests were Mr. Jer
ry Body, Miss Maggie Douglass, Mr.
U. G. Souell, Mrs. S. B. Williams and
Miss Emma Souell.
Cream, soup and crackers, Shrlsup,
salad on lettuce, baked fish and green
peas and pickle, beaten biscuit, pink
and north devil food, brick cream,
cake and Java coffee constituted the
The efforts being put forth by many
of the rburches to raise funds for the
rebuildl.g of Roger Williams Univer
sity continue with good results. Last
Sunday at the Kayne Avenue Baptist
Church $15.32 were raised, which will
be turned over to the treasurer of
Roger Williams University, Rev. C. H.
Clark. An excellent program had been
arranged by Rev. A. Parr, pastor of
this church, who was assisted on Sun
day by the entire congregation and
visitors in the person of Rev. E. W. D.
Isaac, Rev. Wm. Haynes, Rev. T. L.
Harding and others. Other rallies
have been scheduled to be pulled off
In a few days.
The eamfi hpf wpon ha ci,
and the Outlaws, February 9, nro-
4 1 , v 5'awst interest from start
to finish. The Sophomores had head
ed the list In percentage, and had they
won this game there would have been
no question as to their winning the
pennant. The Outlaws, holding sec
ond position, were determined that
the Sophomores should not win at any
cost, and they started the game with
tome good playing; though at the end
of the first half the score was five to
two in favor of the Sophomores The
Outlaws spruced up again in the sec
ond half, and with a mtnnfo
. , " " """c aiu a
half to play, score 1010. Upshaw
xnrew a Dasket from the field. Daw
son, however, claimed that he had
called "time out," and the referee sus
tained him in hL? mntPnttnn TTr-
shaw s basket did not count, and when
uie uaii ciosea the score was still a
tie. Then the.flght began in earnest.
Wade, who had played a very clean
game from the beginning, fouled
Brurnfleld, but Brumfleld missed in an
attempt at a' free throw. Again the
umpire's whistle called a foul on
Wade, and this time Brumfleld did not
miss. But it takes two points to de
cide a tie, and a free throw counts but
one.' Boutte relieved the tension on
both sides by throwing a beautiful
basket from, the field, making the
score 12 to ll in favor of the Outlaws.
Sophomores. Position. Outlaws.
Kgy Forward Sykes
Brumfleld ....Forward Boutte
Smith Center Wade
Green Guard White
Dawson Guard Upshaw
Captain. Field Goals Key (2),
Brumfleld (2), Sykes (2), Upshaw (2),
Boutte (1). White (1). Free Throws
Brumfleld (3). Referee A. H.
Brown. 'Umpire G. King.
The Bandits by one stroke pulled
themselves out of the hole, beating the
Freshmen by a score of 129. This
was the cleanest game of the season.
The Freshmen making only two fouls,
and the Bandits six. The line-up was
Freshmen. Position. Bandits.
Stith Forward... Richmond
Lowe ....Forward Davidson
Ezldore Center Clark
McKissack Guard Rosenberg
Jackson Guard Hadnott
Capaln. Field Goals Ezldore (3)
Richmond (3), Hadnott (3). Free
Throws Ezldore (3). Referee A. A.
Brown. Umpire, G. King.
Standing of the Teams.
At the earliest date possible he will
meet FIsk and Walden in practice
games, and also play the teams of ihe
laboring towns. The tour through the
South will begin April 15 and will last
two weeks. Memphis, Chattanooga,
Hot Springs and Pine Bluff will be the
places they will visit. On their re
turn they will be visited by the teams
they meet on their tour.
Life Is not all a dream, but a reality.
Team. p. w
Outlaws 5 4
Sophomores 4 3
Bandits 4 1
Freshmen 5 1
Saturday, Feb. 16:
Sophomores vs. Bandits.
Freshmen vs. Outlaws.
Mr. J. W. White, manager of the
Nashville Giants, is a very busy man
these days, arranging the schedule for
1U07. Mr. White traveled considera
bly during the fall of 1906 in the in
terest of the club and succeeded in
making arrangements for a series of
games in several cities of the South.
There were several accidents last
week on Park Btreet during the brief
coasting season, the most serious one
being that which happened to Mrs.
Pearl Smith, an account of which was
printed in the Globe of last week.
Miss Julia H. Williams was ren
dered unconscious for an hour or bo,
the result of a collision of sleds, one
of which contained Mrs. Joseph Web
ster, Miss Julia H. Williams, Mr. Doug
lass, James Harding, R. Martin, Wes
ley Cratcher and a young lady from
New York, who was also slightly in
jured about the head. The ladies were
carried to the residence of Mr. Crutch
er, on Phillips street, where their in
juries were attended to. "
Eugene, the son of Mrs. Thomas
Taylor, sprained' his wrist Thursday
afternoon while coasting. '
PUBLISHING BOARDS MEETS.!
For the first time this year a quo
rum was present at the regular meet
ing of the National Baptist Publish
ing Board, which met in. the office of
Secretary Boyd, on the second floor
of the administration building of the
institution, Tuesday morning, Feb. 12,
1907. Rev. C. H. Clark, Chairman of
the Board, presided. Much Important
work was gone over. Their regular
meetings are on the second Tuesday
in each month, but owing to not hav
ing had a meeting in three months,
the amount of work necessary to be
accomplished could not be done in
one day, so after considering many
important matters pertaining to the
institution and seeing that it wis im
lossible to finish Tuesday, the meet
ing adjourned about 2:30 Tuesday aft
ernoon, to meet again Thursday, Feb
ruary 14, and finish up its work.
It is learned that the most impor
tant matter coming before the Board
was that pertaining to the missionary
work and the advisability of enlarg
ing the quarters of the Board, which
are unusually cramped. It is not
learned just what steps toward im
provements will be taken, as no plans
havevbeen formulated. Dr. E. C. Mor
ris, of Helena, Ark., who was expected
to attend this meeting, was not pres
ent, neither was Rev. G. William
Ward, of Chattanooga, Tenn., who is
a member of the Board. The latter
sent a proxy. The meeting adjourned
to meet on the second Tuesday In
BENEFIT OF THE DAY HOME.
The literary and musical at Clark
Memorial Chapel, for the benefit of
the Day Home, which was postponed
on the 4th inst., oh account of the
inclement weather, will take pface
Saturday night, February 16. Tickets
that were sold for the 4th will be used
on the 16th.
The Fisk Literary Club held a very
interesting meeting Saturday, Febru
ary 9th, at the home of Mrs. S. W.
Crosthwaite. Hiss D. A. Scribner,
professor of English Literature In FIsk
University, gave a most excellent and
interesting talk on Rosetti as a poet
ind a painter. One of his most beau
tiful poems was read by Miss M. E.
Berry, after which a vocal selection
was given by Miss Lillian A. Bright.
Mr. J. H. Moore (Prince Herman),
favored the club with two selections.
His rendition of the "Leopard" was a
rare treat indeed. Mrs. C. H. Phillips,
president of the Club, was invited to
address the W. C. T. U. of Davidson
County at the Presbyterian Church
(white). She was cordially received
and appointed by that body to work up
the Interest in the colored W. C. T. U.
of the State for the convention to be
held here in November. This club
feels very much interested in the Tem
SPECIAL B. Y. P. U. MEETING.
The B. Y. P. U. of the Mt. Olive
Baptist Church will hold an interest
ing meeting on Sunday, February 17.
The usual hour of the meeting has
been from 7 o'clock to 8 o'clock, but
owing to not being able to finish the
program on last Sunday it was decid
ed to open this special meeting at 6
o'clock, giving two hours for the spe
cial program that is prepared. Mrs.
Carrie Young will have charge .of the
musical end of the program. Mr. Ar
thur Haddox, the vice president, will
Dreslde. Scripture reading will be
lead by -Miss Mary Clark. The spe
cial discussion for the meeting will be
a "doctrinal" subject. It was this
subject that made the meeting so In
teresting last Sunday. .The discus
sion will be led by Deacon S. -. Mar
tin ind Rev. Henry A. Boyd. The
president. Mr. J. Blaine Boyd, will take
sddes in the discussion. A large crowd
is already predicted tor this most in
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every Monday and Friday nights from
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will iive
instructions free of charge to all wishing,
to learn the new dances that are put on.
Good order will be observed. Parent
with children admitted free.
DOCK LIVER, Instructor.
Need anything . . Call on J
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch
ALL - BUSINESS - COSFIDEXTIAL
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and Furniture Insured? Aren't
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We repair all kinds of Stoves, Ranges
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WANTED AH Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
Incorporated In Jw the Uwi of lwnessee.
One-Cent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking business. In
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee,
B. H, Boyd, President,
J.W. Bostick, Vice President,
J.C. NiPiBR, Cashier,
CN. Lanoston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE. NORTH.
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All tfoods
strictly FIRST CLASS. We carry a full
line of Everything in the
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
801 Evving Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
Tel. Main, 3638 Y.
2 2 lb. cans of corn ,15C
2 2 lb. cans of early June peas 15c
2 3 lb cans of bartlet peas 20c
2 2 lb. cans of raspberries 15c
McCaskey Nut Meg with Grater 10c
"Can't Be Beat on the Market."
Residence, 101 Lafayette St. Tel. 783
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry St.
9 to 1 1 a. m. 3 to 4 p. m.
6 to 8 p. m.
Telephone 1181. Nashville, Tenn.
If you want to buy.
If you want to Bell,
If you want to rent,
See T. CLAY MOORE,
The Real Estate Agent,
11D Cedar street Boyd Building
Phone 967. (Up Stain.