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TIHJ NA51IVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AFRIL 5, 1007.
TH2 NAaiiVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, tiA&Clt 22, 1307.
OUii NATIONAL 'DROP-HEAD
SEW
INO MAC
MINES!
BALL BEARINGS! EASY RUNNING!! PERFECT STITCHING!!!
THE MACHINE CAN BE CONVERTED INTO A NEAT AND
ATTRACTIVE DESK WHEN NOT IN USE.
A GOOD MACHINE AT FAR LESS THAN HALF PRICE!
, & I iffe:;:'"' "-y fee
NOf 2 Seven Drawers.
his 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 wood
work. J J
A TEN-YEAR GUARANTEE ACCOMPANIES EACH ORDER.
This is strictly a high
grade machine of
the drop, head patteriif
made in accordance with
Twentieth Century ideas,
finely built, light running,
easily managed, durable
and handsomely finished.
It is equal in EVERYPAR
TICULAR to the machines
sold through agentsat from
, $40.00 to $110.00. We do not
.offer these machines in com
petition with the cheap and
roughly built machines
w hich are being advertised
.-at almost any price the
purchaser is willing to pay.
Hut we offer those who de
sire a really high-grade ma.
tiie an opportunity to
tt one for LESS THAN
II LF what such araachlne
wo nJd cost if bought from
an a.
etit.
No. I. Five Drawers.
SOLD M THE fiUPPLV DEPARTMEIST
OF THB
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, ID. E) Secretary,
UW Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn,
crushed below. His horse became
'rlghtened, halted suddenly, reared up
n his fright and attpmnfoi u
backward on the buggy. Mr. Ken
nedy, with cool TIPS!) flrtfl Itl-actAnAt -
mind Banned out of the buggy Just as
"' J aua venicie plunged down
uriuw lo ine "ver bottom.
Mr. t-feinedy concluded at once that
the horse was dead and the vehicle
smashed, but decided to go and dos-
ouijr PU;k. up ine narness and frag
ments of bueev. Srv with ho trirA
tlemen he descended the bluff and saw
the horse lying In th mud. Upon their
ppiuauu me norse jumped up and
ran. leavlne the h
The buggy, without s. broken spoke or
ouou WttS removed ana taken to the
road again. Aftpr vnriMnc
- - ..-.u-utj auvui, ut
nour and a half they succeeded In
catcnine and hnrhw ha. v,n
o wo uviss iy
the bugffV. and Mr TTonnv
, - ' " vuu,uj uiuvo
1 IV) A Mn.nl.1. 1 . .
uumc, icttcniug mere Derore 12. Noth-
u& ouuh ui & miracie could have
savea Dotn man and horse from In
stant death.
D. A. DORTCH,
FURNITURE
AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
BOWLING GREEN, KY., NOTES.
Mrs. R. Mitchell left last Mntirfair
evening for Chicago to attend the fu
neral or ner father. Mr. Tvh nrnrt
died on March 18th. Mr
- - - vvvu TTOO
formerly of Paducah. fCv. rah or a n a
- j r f w uj
naa lert a Host of friends, who will
sympatnize with the bereaved family.
Mrs. Ida Belma. who h as hftpn nn
tne sick list far quite a while, is con
vaiesceni.
Mrs. Elsey Heter is abl
again.
Rev. J. B. Winrow. of IndenendMi
..... . .
ivio., 13 visiting mends and relatives
in this city.
Last Sunday was a erent. dnv fnr
1 . "
cnurcn going m Bowling Green. All
the churches report large attendance,
good services and eood colleo.tfrtna
rhe temperance movement is on a
Doom in this city. From all annear
ances at present it seems that sainnna
must go, and that Bowling Green
will be dry in the near future.
Up to this writing only one case of
smallpox has been reported In this
city.
ORGAN RECITAL AT FISK.
Prof. Andrews, of Oberlin, will be at
isk university, March 30 and 31 and
April 1. He will play at morninz serv
ice Easter Sunday, and on Monday
mgnt ne will give a recital in Memo
rial Cnapel.
EBENEZER NOTES.' '
Quite an enjoyable affair was the
surprise party given Wednesday even
ing at the residence of Mr. and Mrs
Frank Johnson in honor of their
daughter, Miss Rela A. Johnson. Miss
unie j. Hail assisted in receivine the
guest. Music was the feature of the
evening. Refreshments were served
at a late hour. Those present were
Misses Lottie Anthony, Addie Lou and
Delia C. Buchanan, Lillie J. Hall, Lot
tie and Wertle Lee Harris, Earnestlne
McClearv. Rela A. Johnson Messrs.
Hazzie E. Huggins, Henry H. Walker,
Allen Copeland. Frank Cooeland. Alex
Rutherford, Ben MoGee, Frank and
Will Johnson.
TELEPHONE, MIX 482.
J. E. Corner Broadway and Third Avenoe,
NASHVILLE, TEM.
REVIVAL SERVICES AT FIRST
BAPTIST.
The revival services at First Bap
'tist Church, Rev. W. S. Ellington, B.
A., pastor, began last Monday night.
'There is every indication of great suc
cess. Rev. Dr. Waytes. who is assist
ing the pastor, is a pointed, persua
.slve and spiritual preacher.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
A few nights ago while Mr. Ed
Kennedy, the elder sou of J. B. Ken
nedy, the livery stable man on Third
avenue, North, was-driving home, be
had possibly the narrowest escape
from being instantly killed that has
ever come to a young man within
recent years. But being naturally cool
and deliberate, and having at all
times presence of mind, especially
with wild, horses, he sayed his life.
Had it been otherwise, he would have.
possibly been sleeping beneath the
sod. The accident, as told by Mr.
Kennedy, wa that he was going to
his home on the Hyde's Ferry Road,
just across the river bridge, about
9:30 p. m., and was driving "Ed," the
speedy Kentuckian, who was going at
a lively clip when Just before reach
ing the bridge, he saw two lights in
front of him which he thought were
two men walking with lanterns, hence
he made no effort to further detect the
object. He drove on until he ran face
to face with, a massive rock crusher,
being drawn by a team driven by two
men. It was dark and had been rain
ing and the roads were bad. They
came face to face with each other
near the bridge where the road is too
narrow for one to pass the other,
and where a forty-foot bluff is on
each side of the road, without any
protection to keep pedestrians or ve
hicles from being .thrown off and
BAPTIST EDUCATIONAL BOARD.
TO Meet in Nashville.
It has just been learned that the
Educational Board ot the National
Baptist Convention has been Called to
meet in Nashville, Tenn., on May 17
The purpose of this meeting, as stated
by the president, Rev. M. W. Gilbert,
of New York City, is to take under ad
visement the election of a secretary,
or to have some expression from the
present secretary, Rev. David Abner,
Jr., of Texas, as to whether he intends
to serve or not. It will be remem
bered that an article appeared in the
columns of the Globe soon after the
National Convention, that the Nation
al Baptist Theological Seminary would
be located in Nashville. It was ex
pected that the Educational Board
would begin work at once raising
funds for the erection of thl3 great
school; but as yet nothing in a sub
stantial way has been done towards
the opening of the school, notwith
standing the Home Mission Society,
of New York, had agreed to supple
ment a certain amount to be raised
through the Educational Board. That
Nashville needs all the schools that
can be located here is not denied. It
is a drawing force as an educational
center from the fact that some of the
sarly schools were located in this city
soon after the Emancipation. At the
meeting of the Educational Board it
is expected that at least thirty of the
most prominent ministers of the Bap
tist denomination will be present, as
It is learned the board constitutes a
local board irom the state of Tennes
see, as well as a national board, with
a member from each state in the
Union. Dr. Gilbert, the chairman of
he Educational Board proper, has is
sued the call for this meeting. Just
what action will be taken Is not
known, but it Is known that the new
secretary that was elected to take the
lace of Prof. Jno. R. Wilson, who bad
headquarters in Nashville at one time,
3E3!
Jo IFv
The. OLD
Reliable Grocer of North Nashville.
We aroablo to furnish you anything in the grocery
line, prices to suit all, can goods must go to make
room lor spring stock.
THESE TRICES
I'KICti LIST OK CA GOODS.
Best standard com 7c can
Early June peas 7c can
' 3 lb. can best peaches 2 cans 25c
3 lb. can tomatoes 2 cans 15c
Best strawberries 2 cans 15c
Best blackberries 2 cans . .... .15c
3 lb. Kentucky brand tomatoes 25c
2 lb. can pears 25c
Pie peaches 9c
Best pineapple 15c
String beans 9c
Just a few more cans of liberty
cream corn left, going at 5c acau
Kig Soap Stork Jlnst Go Regardless or Cost.
Trice List of Soup.
German family soap 8 bars. . . .25c
Buster, 6 bars 25c
A Snap, io bars 25c
Octagon, 6 bars 25c
CASH TO ALL.
Grandma's Borax soap, 6
packages 25c
Rub-no-more soap, 7 bais 25c
Bunny Tar soap, 6 bars 25c
Graudpa Soap, 6 bars 25c
Ivory soap, 6 bars 25c
Floating Soap, 6 bars 25c
Prire List Wasliin? Powders.
Prosperity washing powden., 6
packages 25c
Rub-no-more washing powders,
6 packages 25c
Gold Dust Washing Powders, 6
packages 25c
Pearline Washing Powders, 6
packages, , .25c
Price List of Toilet Soap.
3 cakes of Sweet Maiden Soap 10c
3 cakes of Glycerine Soap .... 10c
3 cakes Forest Bouquet Soap. 10c
J, R. BLAKE, Jackson and Morrison Streets.
vat
is actively engaged in school work
again in Texas. It is said that he is
president of a school at Conroe, Tex.
The course of the Baptists toward the
establishment and erection of this
much-needed theological seminary Is
being watched with no little interest
Should they fall to do any substantial
work to this end before the meeting of
the next National Convention which
is to be held In Washington, D. C, It
is thought that a decided attack will
be made upon the entire board by the
delegates. It is conceded that there
is but llttb time in which to do real
work and that thi3 little time is being
hopelessly wasted.
MRS. BROUGHTON COMING HOME.
Mrs. Virginia W. Broughton, presi
dent of the State W. C. T. U., will be
in Nashville two Sundays during
March. It is her intention while here
to have two large rallies in the Inter
est of the W. C. T. U. work and the
coming National Convention. Of
course Mrs. Broughton will go to
Rome with the party of delegates that
will sail in April, but it is her inten
tion before going abroad, to have all
her plans laid for this coming con
vention. A very deserving honor has
been conferred upon her in represent
ing the W. C. T. U. abroad. She will
bear very becomingly the distinction
of being the first Negro woman from
Tennessee to have the privilege of
such abroad. The state secretary of
the W. C. T. U. stated that several
mass meetings were to be arranged at
such churches as could be secured on
Easter Sunday in the Interest of this
work.
ONLY COLORED GIRL IN CHORUS.
It is learned from authorized
sources that at the recent chorus of
149 voices, which was presented at
the Oberlin Conservatory of Music,
only one colored girl was to be seen
in the crowd. Notwithstanding there
were possibly two-score worthy
young girls from North and South at
tending this great Conservatory, the
manager did not see the advantage
or could not feel sure that their voices
would be an addition to the chorus.
Nashville should feel honored that
Miss Lady Emma Louise Phillips was
the girl of color in the chorus, and it
is said that she made good. Notwith
standing her short time in this Con
servatory, she has become at once a
favorite.
LODGE DIRECTORY.
GRAND LODGE K. OF P.
ii. C J. P. CRAWFORD,
706 Bass Street. Nashville, Tenn.
G V. C. I. M. STEGALL,
Humboldt, Tenn
P. G. C. J. H. LaPRADB.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
G P. REV. T. J. TOWNSEND,
Box 148. Brownsville, Tenn.
1 M. or E. B. F. JOHNSON,
S50 E. 8th Street. Chattanooga, Tenn.
O L J. M EASTERLING,
W3 Georgia Ave.. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Q K. R. S. DR. R. W. ALLEN,
124-126 E. 9th St., Chattanooga, Tenn.
r? M A JOHN SINGLETON,
Knoxville, Tenn.
rj I. O. A. T. HILL,
PulkL Tenn.
r; M. R. E GEE.
Nashville, Tenn.
G O G, A. W. GLEIAVES.
NashTtlli, Tnn.
G. Atfy.J. THOMAS TURNER.
NashvlllA Tenn
G. M. R.DR. A. M. TOWNSEND,
tu weoster St, Nashville, Tenn.
2-23-06-ut
ENDOWMENT BOARD: W. F. Roy.
nolds, Pres., W. L. Cansler, Sec'y,
B. F. Johnson, Treaa., B. J. Fernandla.
DAMON LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
ner of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the
second and fourth Wednesdays of each
month.
second and fourth Thursdays of each
month.
J. W. BLAINE, C. C.
W. L. CANSLER, K. of R. & 8.
STRINGER LODGE; NO. I.
Meets at Burrus Hall, corner of
Ledar and McLemore streets, second
and fourth Mondays of each month.
DR. P. R. BURRUS, C. C.
W. A. JAMES. K. of R. & S.
M6-06 utf
IVANHOE LODGE, NO. 8.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
ntr of Fifth and Capitol avenues the
J. F. IKONS, C. U.
,,J;5 MILLER. K. of P and 8.
3-16-06 utf
1YREE LODGE, NO. 11
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
aer of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the
first and third Wednesdays of each
month.
W. H. ALLISON, C. C.
J. B. SMITH, K of R. A 8.
2-23-06 utf.
LIGHTFOOT LODGE, NO 17,
Meets at the Pythian Temple, corner
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the first
and third Mondays of each month.
JOHN P. PORTER. C. C.
A. L. HADDOX, K. of R. and S.
2-23-06-utf
PURITY LODGJ, NO. 42, K. OF P.,
Meets t the Pythian Temple, corner
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
and fourth Tuesdays of each month
BAILEY TURNER, C. C.
W. M. ALLEN, K. of R. and a
3-2-06-utf
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 67, K. of P.
Meets at Benevolent Hall, corner E.
Hill nnd Factory streets, second and
fourth Tuesday nights of each month.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 72. K.
OF P.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, corner
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
and fourth Mondays of each month.
DR. J. A. McMILLAN, C. C.
THOMAS C. MOORE, K, of R.
and S.
2-23-06-utf
BADLY INJURED.
Mr. Garfield Lipscomb, of Toarl
street, ' near Twelfth avenue, was
knocked down and run over last Mon
day nl.tht near the L. & N. bridge on
Io Johnston avenue by a street car.
His left foot was badly crushed. Mr.
Lipscomb was carried to his home by
two nen who witnessed the acoMent.
Subsequently ho was carried to the
City Hospital where his foot was amputated.

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