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TIIE3 NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL I, 1S07,
THIS NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AiARCit 2D, 1901
OUR NATIONAL DRQP?HEA1)
BALL BEARINGS! EASY RDHNIIIG!! PERFECT STITCHIHG!!!
THE MACHINE CAN EE CONVERTED INTO A NEAT AND
: ATTRACTIVE DESK VHEN NOT IN USE. " "
A GOOD MACHINE AT FAR
1 " No. 2.
A TEN-YEAR GUARANTEE
This is Btrktly a high
grade machine of
the, drop head pattern
madej in accordance with
Twentieth Century ideas,
finely built, light running,
easily managed, durable
and handsomely finished.
Itiseqialin EVERY PAR
TICULAR to the marges
sold through agents at from
$10.00 to 5110.00. We do not
offer these machines in com
petition with the cheap and
roughly btiilt machines
which are being advertised
at aim or t any price the
purchaser is wi. ling to pay.
But we offer those who de
sire a really high-grade mn.
chiue an opportunity to
get one for LESS THAN
HALF what such amachlne
would cost if bought from
SOLD BY Tin: SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. DOYt), D. D., Secretary,
523 Second Avciuic, North, Nashville, Tenn,
D. A. DORTCH,
AND GENERAL HOUSE
Your Old Furniture
M. E. Comer Broadway and Third Avenue,
John Jackson and Sallie Deaderlck.
Levi Shane and Sarah Murry.
Hufus Finney and Ida Barnes.
Oscar Williams and Cornelia Sor
lon. Wesley Chambers and A. C. Hud
son. Monroe Vaughn and Nicey Brown.
J. S. Callcnder and Lillian Edmond
son. ' Lee Baugons and Johnie Hunt.
Will Kirk and Marian Hamlett.
John Jumper ar.d Ottie Lee Fergu
son. Andrew Berry and Annie Wallace.
Herbert Blair and Louise Bowman.
Neely Georgia and Fannie Smother
man. J. Blaine Boyd and Mamie Kelly
Henry Cason and Mary Lizzie Lul
lus. Bud Collins and Jennie Smith.
LESS THAN HALF PRICE!
Head Sewing Ma
chines is one of the
latest models, and
js made of carefully
sawed Golden Oak,
highly polished n'd
marquetry " finish
on drawers and
cabinet. It' also
has a tape-measure
marked in colors on
toj part ot wood
work. ACCOMPANIES EACH ORDER.
No, I. Five Drawers.
Takeu In Exchange.
Aaron Jackson Hatch and Bertha
William Hickman and Mamie Brad
shaw. John Hoover and Ella Saunders.
James Bass and Winnie Haynes.
E. L. Crosswise and Maggie M.
Albert Neely and Lillie. Mav Luster.
Will Venable and Cora Smith.
James Sumner and Lena Dickerson.
Albert Swingler and Mandy Brown.
Tom McClaren and Emma Wade.
Wm. Lane and Ella Barton.
Angellne Morton, 71G Gay street, 1
Laura Puryear, 910 Gay street, 3
Mamie V. Beck, 1015 Shankland
street, 11 months.
Andrew Brown, 101S Stevens street,
Callie Freeman, 1000 4th avenue, N..
Mary Alice Boone, 1010 4th avenue,
South, S3 yearsi
Millie King Dockins, 212 N. First
street, 15 years. ' '
Ed. Thomas, 1025 N. Seventh street,
53 years. '
James Bass, Porter pike, 22 years.
Larkia Humphrey, 322 Eighth ave
nue, North, 74 years.
! Lillie Pride, 1601 Cedar street, 24
; Willie Jumor Teasleay, 130 Fairfield
avenue, 1 year. .
' Payton Williams, 22 years.
Ben' Waters, City Hospital, 63 years.
James Miller, Hamilton avenue, 45
Ben George, 919 E wing avenue, 28
Corrine Scott, 405 Eigth avenue, N.,
20 years. ,
'Eliza Blackburn, 8 miles White
creek pike, 73 years.
Nancy Smith, 1293 Second avenue,
'Mattie P. Haddox, 809 Gay street,
Albert Pearman, 317 Jo Johnston
avenue, 40 years.
'Fanney Abernathy, 312 Russell
Pauine Robb, 417 Eighth avenue,
North, 66 years.
Arthur Lee Green, 65 Green street,
1 year. .'
Marshall Keeble, 623 Eighth avenue,
Willie Green, City .Hospital, 36
Carnle Sims, 130 Sixth avenue, 15
! Maggie B. Banks, Corner South Hill
and Derrally streets.
Mairgaret Gooch, alley rear McGav
ock street and depot, 36 years.
' Mana Batts, Dickerson street, 32
James Davit, City Hospital, 20 yrs.
Frank Williams, 603 Ash street, 22
Monit Hamlet Bell, 11 Claiborne
street, 24 years.
! James Parris, Jr., 1007 South street,
'James Garrett, 29 Crockett street,
26 years. . '
; Sarah Covington, Maplewood Farm,
- Li :
Sunday, March 24, 'the Sunday
school opened as usual at 9:30 a; m:,
with a goodly number in attendance.
The 11 o'clock' service was a spiritual
awakening. Rev. E. W. D. Hammonds,
yean or waiden Theological Depart
nient. Dreached an interestine sermon
which was beautifully illustrated. At
A p. m., the Rev. Mr. Edwards, of Sa
lem A. M. E. Chnrch. nreached an able
sermon to a large audience. The First
Baptist Church Choir rendered excel-
let music ror tne nour, and at 7:30
the Enworth League met. It seems to
be taking on new life. At 8 p. m. serv
ices cegan. with preaching Dy Rev. I.
U. Jones, pastor ot Lane Tabernacle,
The roneTpentlon contributed liberal
ly, the occasion being a rally for the
Club No. 3 $15.50
CI nh No 4 11.43
Club No. 5 6.27
Club No. 6 16.11
Club No. 7 28.12
We are glad to say . that the church
Is in a progressive condition. Each
member seems to have a heart in the
work. Asking you for your prayers, I
REV. J. A. SWIFT, Pastor.
FISK STUDENT RECOVERING
Miss Edna Jenkins, of Apalachlcola,
Fla.. a member of the Senior Normal
class of Fisk University, was stricken
with appendicitis on the 13th inst
She was hastily removed to Mercy
Hospital, where she was at once op
erated on by Dr. Stewart and the ap
pendix removed. Although very ill
for several days, she is now convales
cing rapidly and will be able to re
turn to the University in about ten
days. Mrs. Jenkins, who came up
from Florida to be at her daughter's
bedside, is delighted because of the
young lady's rapid recovery.
BACCALAUREATE SERMON AT
The Baccalaureate Sermon to the
graduating classes of Meharry College
was preached in the Meharry Auditori
um. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Bishop C. II. Phillips, of the C. M. E.
Church, a graduate of the literary and
medical departments of Waiden Uni
versity, preached the sermon, and dur
ing the whole time consumed in his
effort was given the undivided atten
tion of the large audience present.
The music for the occasion was under
the direction of Miss Mamie E. Bra-
den, Dean of the Musical Department.
Seveiral- very pleasing numbers were
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Revival meeting which has
been going on with such glorious suc
cess at the First Baptist Church will
come to a close Sunday night. Bap
tizing Sunday morning at 10:30 a. m.
Rev. W. S. 'Ellington will preach tho
Easter Sermon, "The Resurrection,"
at U a. m. Good music.
Reliable Grocer of
We are able to furnish you
line, prices to suit all, cau
room for spring stock.
I'KICE LIST OK cn GOODS.
Rest standard corn 7c can
Early June peas. . '. 7c can
3 lb. can best peaches 2 cans . 25c
3 lb. can tomatoes 2 can9 15c
Best strawberries 2 cans 15c
Best blackberries 2 cans 15c
3 lb. Kentucky brand tomatoes 25c
2 lb. can pears 25c
Pie peaches t)c
.Best pineapple. ... . . 15c
String bean9 9c
Just a few more cans of liberty
cream corn left, going at 5c acan
Big Soap Stock Must Go Regardless of Cost.
Trice List of Soap.
German family soap 8 bars. . . ,25c
Buster, 6 bars 25c
A Snap, io bars 25c
Octagon, 6 bars 25c
J. R, BLAKE, Jackson
I. E. ALSUP
GRAND LODGE K. OP P.
Q. C. J. P. CRAWFORD.
706 Bass Street, Nashville, Tenn
G. V. C. I. M. STEOALL,
P. O. a J. H. LaPRADB,
O. P. REV. T. J. TOWNSEND.
Box 148, Brownsville, Tenn
O. M. or E.B. F. JOHNSON,
850 E. 8th Street, Chattanooga. Tenn.
G. L J. M. EASTERLINO,
903 Georgia Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn
G K. R. S. DR. R. W. ALLEN,
124-126 E. 9th St.. Chattanooga, Tenn
G. M. A. JOHN SINGLETON,
G. I. G.-A. T. HILL,
G. M. R. K. GEE,
G. O. G. A. W. GLE1AVES,
O. Att'y. J. THOMAS TURNER.
G. M. R. DR. A. M. TOWNSEND,
614 Webster St., Nashville, Tenn
ENDOWMENT BOARD: W. F. Roy
nolds, Pres., W. L. Cansler, Sec'y..
B. F. Johnson, Treas., B. J. Fernandls
DAMON LODGE, NO. 2, K. OF P.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
aer of Fifth and Capitol avenues, th
second and fourth Wednesdays of each
second and fourth Thursdays of each
J. W. BLAINE, C. C.
W. L. CANSLER, K. of R. ft 8.
STRINGER LODOEl NO. I.
Meets at Burrus Hall, corner of
fertar and Mcl-emore s'reets. second
md fourth Mondavs of each month.
DR. P. R. BURRUS, C. C.
W. A. JAMES, K. of R. ft S.
IVANHOE LODGE. NO. S.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
ncr of FMfth and Capitol avenues, the
J. F. IRONS. C. C.
J. E. MILLER. K. of P.. and 8.
' I'YREE LODGE. NO. 11.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
r of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the
flrs and third Wednesdays of each
W H. ALLISON. C. C.
.1. B. SMITH, K of R. ft B.
1 23 08 utf.
anything in the grocery
goods must go to make
CASH TO ALL.
Grandma's Borax soap,
Rub-no-more soap, 7 bars
Bunny Tar soap, 6 bars . . .
Grandpa Soap, 6 bars
Ivory soap, 6 bars
Floating Soap, 6 bars
Price List Washing Powders.
Prosperity washing powders,, 6
Rub-no-more washing powders,
6 packages 25c
Gold Dust Washing Powders, 6
packages . , , 25c
Pearline Washing Powders, 6
Price List of Toilet Soap.
3 cakes of Sweet Maiden Soap 10c
3 cakes of Glycerine Soap .... 10c
3 cakes Forest Bouquet Soap. 10c
and Morrison Streets.
W. H. McGAVOCK
Residence Phone 1458. K
ALSUP 4 McGAVOCK
E in km liners
from the Cheapest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
At A f! A.,. 11 i--1 .11
tij ' e., 11., NdMivwe. n
LIGHTFOOT LODOB,, NO 17,
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cornet
ol Fifth and Capitol avenues, the nrst
and third Mondays of each month
John p. porter, c. o.
PURITY LODGES, NO. 42, K. OF P.
the ATthlai Temple, cornet
.LF fth Cap,to1 venues, seconi
2?tU ueadtty8 of each month.
BAILEY TURNER, C. C.
W. M. ALLEN, K. of R. and 8.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 67, K. of P
Timeet3,anB?Devolent HalI crner E.
Hill and Factory streets, second and
fourth Tuesday nights of each month!
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. NO. 72, K.
nfMUlat t?ei,ythlan TemPle. cornet
IL .fS Caplto1 avt,nuea. "ond
and fourth Mondays of each month
dr. j. a. McMillan, c c '
THOMAS C. MOOKE, K. of R.
STOCKHOLDERS U. T. C. HOLD
For the first time in six or seven
months the stockholders of the Union
mmiY mui ai tnp
chapel of the National Baptist Pub
lishing Board last Friday night. The
...wv,...le tLO iaiieu 10 orcior uy Rev R
11 . Boyd, owing to the absence of
President TnvW ua , .
rf , uau uu.j! caned
off on urgent business. A full attend-
aa nut pit-sent, out enough in
terest had been mnnifncti ,
ly number and ihov rnnn,u.i .
- - j ivouuutu. 1 no
object of the meeting was very point
edly stated by the presiding officer
who entertained the stockholders until
the president arrived. The business
before the mceeting was the consider
ation of what steps should be taken
during the ensuing year. After i'
was discussed at length and several
plans and suggestions were offered, it
was decided to adjourn and advertise
for a larger attendance of all sub
scribers of stock. It was agreed that
a meeting be called for Monday night
April 8, at 8 o'clock p. m., in the Na
tional Baptist Publishing Board chap
el, corner Second avenue, North and
Locust street. It was suggested that
the pastors of Hie churches and all se
,ciet organizations make this an
nouncement at each meeting, so that
all stockholders could be notified.
Messrs T (J Kwlno- T n m.,i ,'
. " ' ""I'ler mm
J. Y. Grant were appointed a commit-
r,n I ..i. fl! 1 1 ,
itu tu f.t i Dm ujiicku nonces in a le
gal way. The meeting adjournoi
without further business.