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TUG NASHVILLE GLOBS, FRIDAY, AIT.IL 5? ISO?.
THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH! &, 1107.
All Styles and Prices.
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ANNIVERSARY SERVICES OF THE linger with those deceptive ymptoms,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS AND we even deny the fact, hoping against
COURTS OF CALANTHE hope, and yet there la hope to save
some and prevent many from . con
St. John A. M. E. Church was tractlng the disease if we pay strict
packed to overflowing Sunday after- attention to the smaler things,
noon with the members of the Knights During this unfavorable month of
of Pythias, the Courts of Calanthe and March there will be many who will
the friends of the orders who Joined succumb to consumption. Knowing
with them in celebrating the annlver- the disease is far advanced in many
sary of the order and rendering thanks cases, it Is very advisable to begin
to the Almighty for the many bless- now. This disease Is the greatest ex- .
fn-n ....AV.Mn J J 1 XI mi I toft - 1 a tvi i a. 4tf 41 rv HT-sw. " fTV I ' A
nigs vuuvustueu uuriug tne year. iae a"5 piauc ui vuc ikiv iuw. iuwi t
meuiuers oi ine ivnignis oi rytnias I uui auou aua autcuun ui me uisease
from nine of the ten lodges In the Is exceedingly variable. Some cases
city assembled at the Pythian Temple run their course In less than a month;
cn Fifth avenue, North, and escorted others continue twenty or thirty years.
by a company of the Uniform Rank, 1 he average number as a rule termin
marched in orderly procession from ate in one or two years. When a vlc-
the hall through Fifth avenue to Ce- tlm dies after being afflicted only a
dar street and thence through Cedar short time the disease is called "Gal
street to the church. At the church loping Consumption," and on the oth-
they were met by the Courts of Ca- or hand after another has been sick
lant'he. for a long time the malady Is called
At the church the following pro- "Lingering Consumption." Years ago
gram was rendered: consumption was called a hereditary
Invocation Rev T w TTnirfr disease, but now we often see . the
Readlnz of the Proclamation frnm thf VOUng or old die with consumption
r.ran.1 Ph an noli in1 ' rifnnA n there bef Consumption
hurch Organs at Your Price.
sellor J. O. Battle, K. of R. & S.
Chorus K. of P. Choral Society.
Responsive Reading Prelate, Lodges
and Courts J. P. Porter, Prelate,
Song Pythian and Calanthe ode.
Anthem--St. John's Choir.
Address J. A. 0
on either side for generations past.
The tendency to have the disease Is!
inherited, but, as aforesaid, If certain
rules aire closely adhered to the child
way escape. One of the early symp
toms of consumption that , usually
manifests Itself is a short, dry cough.
Broughton, Master exciting no particular attention, being
attributed to a slight cold. Beware of
(yuartette Mrs. Drake, Miss Brooks, i slight cold. These colds are treach-
Messrs. Kelly, Gray. eroua, and when the case is pro
Address Dr. J. P. Crawford, Grand nounced a heavy cold, you may know
Chancellor. that It Is a fair warning for Consump-
Solo Mrs. D. A. Hart. . tlon is not at the gate, but at the door
Address Dr. R. F... Boyd, Grand with one foot on the threshold; .for to
Worthy Counsellor. mankind he never knocks, never calls,
Solo Mr. W. R. Hayes. never gives you a single warning or
Address Mrs. Rosa A. Rose, D. G. D. hint. Of nil diseases he Is the most
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to1- n ' . ill
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AnthemSt. John Choir.
Sermon Rev. Asa O. Kenny.
Song God be with you till we meet
The sermon by Rev. Kennv was
short owing to the lone nroeram
(which had preceded it but it was to
the point and made quite an imDres
'sion upon the large assemblage pres
ent. '1 he music for the occasion
nnfair. most unrelenting. I know of
no animal, mentioned in the Bible r. Ith
which to compare consumption, unless
It be the serpent.
(To Be Continued.)
NASHVILLE PHYSICIAN HON-ORED.
As stated In the Jamestown Notes,
as printed in another column. Dr. R. F.
shown by the program above was fur- Bovd. one of Nashville's most nrom-
nished by the St. John choir of which inent physicians and a surgeon of na-
Mr. u. A. Hart Is president and the tional reputation, has been appointed
iv. or i'. cnorai bociety, of which A. a member of a aneclal committee
W. W. Upshaw is president and Dr, nn exhibits in medicine and surgery
A. M. Townsend is director.
nointment Is a Just recognition of the
ability of Dr. Boyd and there Is no
DEATH OF MRS. MATTIE P. HAD- doubt but that with his accustomed
nnv energy he will be one of the most act
' 1 I
ive or tne commiuee ior me success or
After an Illness of but a few weeks. tne exhibit.
cieain came and took Mrs. Mattle P. Th committee nronoses the follow-
Haddox, who resided at the corner of Mng as the plans for Negro eihiblt in
f ' :
'A f. .-
4ft ,? . r.ii.v.
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XDc are prepared to make
all kinds of badges for so-
ot'4c, o4 cl4-lo NLnth avenue- North. aT1d Gay street, medicine and surgery:
I known church workers In the city of . f nJZ IS Tm il
prices that are as reason-1?.!1"?- a. .LZS 25
ENTIRELY NEW DESIGN No. 5.
FIVE OU SIX OCTAVE. SOLID OAK Oil WALNUT.
of Mr. A. G. Haddox and the mother V ppu.i, iiruuirau. pnu
-U t. f. J 01 Messrs. Charles and Arthur Had- . . i i
able as Can be had anv- dox of this itv. nR waii h cjar: Anatomical Models, normal
nf Mm p.rm nf Murfnch "nd pathological ', special appliances
Where. Oi' U .4 'and Mr. Petway, of this city.' The 'or dressIn? wounds; aparatus for
, iici-caseu iias ueen a raemDer or Mr i v j " ""-v
Olive Bantlst Church since its nnrnni. "or dressing wounds.
5"1fc are made of the best
satin ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
zation twenty years ago. Prior to this
she was a member of the old Spruce
btreet Church. Her entire connection
with the church has been one of the
most helpful of any woman In Nash
ville, her efforts being principally dl-
Thls room Is to be presided over, by
. physician and two trained nurses
vho will be on duty for the treatment
f any emergency cases.
2. a. Rooms adjoining the operating
oom. in which win be shown special
?e1, charts, displaying clinical
was honored by hundreds of young
men who have sat under her In Sun
day school year after year. Until now
many or them are men of mature
years, who join In the sorrowful sym
: r.athy for every member of the family.
Write us for prices and specifications,
stating the number of badges
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD. Sec'y.
523 Second Ave.. N. NASHVIUE. TCNN
7VI I LLS
THE CASH MiOCEK,
1806 JEFFERSON STREET,
For First-Class Staple ?nd F.::ic
(iroccrics, Cigars sisid Tobatto.
FRESH VEGETABLES V
Fins Table Butter, Fresh iz.
Cr.r Tolicy Cash Sales and Small Profit:
Wc Keep only the Bc?t.
ecords .of patients, together with
uch other hospital data aa are kept by
h. Jars and cases containing spec!
'wens of surgical and pathological in
The funeral services of Mrs. Haddox teresti
were held at the Mt. Olive BanMst c. DisDlavs of normal, natholoirlcal.
r'hurch and were conducted by Rev. C. listologlcal, and bacteriological prep
II. Clark, the pastor. He was assisted arations. Vi-fy
lur ln,r D Ti' T...1 A 1 i it.
j . iv. xi. uill. rtllllOHC me en- A WWtHMiv ao onnUd In Wo.
...v. ...v j l mC v ii ti 1 ijii wiiu ,pntlcg and Rurirprv
riiit's lu lnt'inis, were present to wit I T. ..v t
mony. Many and gorgeous were the ',rf Ct0iy of ,ered. PhysJ,c,fan
lioral designs. Wrs. Haddox was the )nd pharmacist. In a letter to Dr. iu
Icadins: spirit In the Woman's Mis- . yu up"a l!1 , J Mr- ai" ?H,4?
sionary Organization, a teacher In the loway; the rha'rir'an of the Executive hf
Uible Circle, and was connected ll w
iiwimiit.uiijf nun uie it-uuiiis secrer "I now wrlto tn ask tnr thA tiamM '
organizations of this city, working In md addressee of all the graduates of $
,uvCiiiiii una wuuiu u ot in- Meharry Medical College. I wish to
terest to her people. Nashville loses 11SP th,p nnmM in mmnipMnr a nir
lory of colored physicians, dentists
'nd pharmacists throughout the
'Tnlted States. We have complied
tnus far a Directory of about 400. I
resume that the number ought to
iaoh more than twice that amount."
This letter elicited the following in
rrmation as to the graduates from
Teharry since Its birth. There have -fH
A picture of beauty and chaste refinement unapproachert heretofore by
any manufacturer. Massive frame work, highly ornanu ntcd with expen
ive hand gnd machine work of the highest order. An organ that will
prove an ornament in the most finely furnish d parlor in t'-e country.
CASE. Made of the i!nest selected white oak or walnut, very heavy
and massive, securely framed, doweled, paneled, s rewul and ghiul to
gether. D :ep panel9, handsome carvings of b autitul designs', elaborate
turnings, mouldings and fret work in key slip, large French plat" mirror in
top, 13x13, large closed music pocket with hinged front and safety lamp
stands, hand rubbed and polished.
ACTION. -In this case we can place actions B, C, D, E, V, G, or II,
all of them pipe toned, sweet an I melodious.
SIZE AIND WEIGHT. When set up for use this Organ, iii
6 octaves, measures 81 inches h'gh, 52 inches long ami 24 inches 1 r N t
weight 325 lbs., gross weight (boxed) 450 lbs. When boxed lor export the
five octave organ occupies 54 cubic feet of space and the six octave 56 cubic
EVERY ORGAN FULLY WARRANTED TEN YEARS.
National Baptist Publishing; Board,
I 523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
5rt5l,4,4tl'J,V'l'VV,il!''".'"'"""'"'"-"-" ' -..-
one of her most worthy citizens.
Heaven has gained an addition to Its
host of saints
Smallpox has been reported from
several portions of West Tennessee.
Residents nnusally become very much
excited when several cases or even been
one case Is discovered in their midst,
and yet smallpox is not the most seri
ous of all diseases prevalent in this
Southland. There is a scourge that
yearly, monthly, yes daily, and I might
venture to say hourly destroys more
1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t ., 1 i..'
Excursion to JoyLand
THE NIGHT OF
Friday, April 5, 1907,
S04 graduates from Medicine.
107 graduates from Pharmacy.
120 graduates from Dentistry.
13 graduates from Nurse Tralnlne
' Department, , making a Grand $-
m a i a I l
virtims than nnv rthrr llcnnca with
which we come in contact, and that 1044 graduate from all the Depart- 3
disease is known as "The While ments of Meharry. A
Plague," "Lung Trouble," "Tubercu- The directory containing the names
losis" or "Consumption." We grieve of the graduates from all the schools ?"S
to see our loved ones droop and with- ii the country will Indeed do much to
Under the auspices of ROGER WILLIAMS ALUMNI, benefit of
rebuilding fund. This is to be the best of all. To induce evervbodv
in the world to attend, the following presents will be awarded those ."T
who hold lucky mi tubers:
Books, can goods, jewelry, money, sacks of flour, chickens, hams
and a barrel or flour. r-,--
$5.00 in gold will be given the person selling the most -r-f
tickets; $2.50 for the next highest number; rf?
$1.00 as third prize. $1
t day evening, April 5, at 8:05. Gates open 7 p. m. M
FARF FOR R01 INH TRIP ?l)r nillHRFN HV M
er, as the days pass tediously by and show the advancement of the Negro ' r"'" ' v" - -vu p
when the end finally comes we are re- in this special field of activity since V;,
luctaut to believe the fact. While they Emancipation. CuwTRR