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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1007.
THE MIND OF MAN.
(A poem by J- Herman Moore.)
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Church Organs at Your Price,
Locked in the bone chamber of the
Our mind works on with never tiring
Creating plans, and imagery untold,
Battling ere to free Its fettered soul.
For though our wrongs and sins like
Or blackest crime besmirch our life's
Chained by lust in passion's filthy pin,
The mind of man is never quite all sin.
The drunkard in the gutter, or culprit
at the bar,
All Styles and Prices.
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HAS A RIGHT
To a little piece of this earth.
Eut they must fight for It. They must
watch their chance to get it and get
We have some particularly fine of
fers to make just now some proper
ties in Fisk University Place No. 1
and No. 2 that are bound to go higher
in a short time.
am Lincoln Land Co.,
71 The Arcade.
The unpunished rascal near or far,
The lowest reprobate in dingy street, Jt
Have in their minds much thought,
and hope of good,
And happily would release sin if they
I have watched sin-maddened men in
And seen them pause to give a cripple
Have heard them grant the truth of
And cry to God to break their prison
I have seen the convict In his dismal
Bow low at hour of evening prayer,
l istening to the words of hope they
And have seen tears flood his eyes
And so, I say again for every man,
Or black, or white, or near or distant
There is a God struggling neath his
The mind of man is never quite all
To S. II. Prewitt:
As the owner of lot No. 6, situated
in the 8th Ward of the city of Nash
ville, Davidson County. Tennessee,
fronting 30 feet on the east side of
McNairy street, B. & W. Plan, extend
ing back 130 feet to an alley between
parallel lines, you are hereby notified
that unless you appear at my office,
at the Court House, in the city of
Nashville, Tennessee, on or before the
30th day of May, 1907, and pay the
sum of $6.93 State and County and all
JOHN THOMAS CARUTHERS COM
Information has been given out by
he relatives of Mr. John Thomas Ca
nithers, whose home is in Nashville,
Term., and who graduated about nve
years ago from Roger Williams Uni
versity, that he will visit them during
the coming summer. Mr. Caruthers is
at present at Amherst College in Mas
sachusetts. He has been away now
from the city more than four years,
not even favoring the home folks with
i visit in all of this time. Notwith
standing he is absent, he keeps pace
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":. 'ST is a regular correspondent and a de
voted grandson. His grandmother, Mrs.
cy , I and costs Incurred, including this no-
are prepared XO mase ce of publication, as now provided by : aEn. whc ; reared him
law. your right to redeem the same . mm a roniniont oQr.i
all kinds of badS for SC- sha11 be.f0,rever bal7e(1 "AJ week of the most affectionate letters
same win De ai once executea uy me ... Ka n,rlHn Mr rt.ri.thm
.Jo .tUfl ".!";.6J. rrcQaser 01 will graduate with the class of 1907 at
Ui&lico ixv doouwiaiiuiw saia iana ior me year iuo. AmhftrBt Up a tha nnlv Neero in his
Witness my hand at my office this I whIch lg an extremeiy iarge one.
It will possibly be interesting, as well
is" pleasing to his many friends, to
ro ic -tii cnn. 16th day of March, 1907.
X. kAXVVI. MAW WM-kJVi I j IIITT
11 1 i j Circuit Court Clerk.
aDie as can De naa any- By w. B. cook. d. c
know just what has been said of him
at his school.
The Index and Annual published by
the Junior Class of the Massachusetts
Agricultural College of Amherst, Mass.,
& NOTES OF JAMESTOWN
The exhibits from Nashville are be- hn Volume 37. contained the following
(PSQ) 0255 ing given their final touch before ship- parafrraph concerning John Thomas
y-Tiy Ft o Smith, the Field Agent, Caruthers. "He was born March 22,
1879. His home was in the hilly coun
try where the phosphate grows, and
the little goats skip about over the
)ones of their ancient predecessors.
He tells us that when he was not oc
cupied in driving these refractory
beasts, he was attending the public
schools of Columbia. Later he gradu
ated from the Normal Academic course
at Nashville. As Massachusetts best
suited his ideas of what a college
should be, he joined the class of 1907,
and has never since regretted his
choice. He has been a strong man of
his class, having filled with dignity
the position of surgeon-at-arms and
having been rope pull captain for two
vears. As a result, 'Naughty-seven'
holds two trophies well won. Major
has sent in a creditable list of ex-
CTQ v, An. f U ko hibitors, and these together with the
C ftcVj are made OI trie DeSt Memphis and Chattanooga exhibits
nromr'se to make a fall and creditable
satin ribbon, stamped with diSor nnes!fe- . a ,,oc,rM
7 r Th.,,; TCyppiiHvp flnmmit.tne desires
,AA tf all exhibits to be ready by April 15th
pure gOld leal and tnm- or as soon hereafter as possible. The
( f , t f following will exhibit: The National
med With imported J?Old Baptist Publishing Board, Fisk Uni-
11.. fill T.'' T nnnlmr T'Vlfl
rfi11?nrt ffJnryo o o Fleur-de-Lis Club, The Rembrandt
UUlllUll lllllC. w J Studio. Mr. E. It. Carney. Madam Jor
dan, The Clarion Printing Co., Dr. E.
B. Jefferson. The Nashville Shirt Fac
tory, Geo. W. Frazier, H. II. Thomas,
The Woman's Art Club of East Nash
Write us for prices and specifications
stating the number of badges
National Baptist Publishing Boan
R. II. BOYD. Sec'y.
523 Second Ave.. N. NASHVILLE, TENN
THE CASH GROCER,
1806 JEFFERSON STREET,
'yen ''"(! o.
Mr. T. Grant Walker and Miss Allie
13. Porler. of Waklen. spent Easter
with their parents here.
Mrs. Lena M. Dunn is visiting
friends this week in Centerville.
John A. Dunn visited Nashville Fri
The entertainment which was given
bvthe Teachers' Progressive Club last
Friday night was a decided success,
notwithstanding the inclement weath
er. The hall was crowded to its nt
most capacity. A program of eigh
teen numbers, consisting of essays,
recitations, readings and vocal and in
strumental music was delightfully
i rendered. Mrs. F. G. Childress is
president of the organization; Mrs
Edith Deshazier is the secretary.
The Embroidery Club was delight
fully entertained at the home of Miss
Dilsy Putlnr last Saturday evening.
After embroidering for a while they
servea to a cieuguuiu luucnwn
uy i. lUnn n m d
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ENTIRELY NEW DESIGN No. 5,
FIVE Oil SIX OCTAVE. SOLID OAK OR WALNUT.
A picture of beauty and chaste refinement unapproached heretofore by
any manufacturer. Massive frame work, highly ornamented with expen
sive hand and machine work of the highest order. An organ that will
prove an ornament in the most finely furnished parlor in the country.
CASE. Made of the finest selected white oak or walnut, very heavy
and massive, securely framed, doweled, paneled, screwed and glued to
gether. Deep panels, handsome carvings of beautiful designs, elaborate
turnings, mouldings and fret work in key slip, large French plate 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, F, G, or H,
all of them pipe toned, sweet and melodious.
SIZE AND 1AEIGHT.-When set up for use this Organ, in
6 octaves, measures 8t inches high, 52 inches long and 24 inches deep, Net
weight 325 lbs., gross weight (boxed) 450 lbs. When boxed for export the
five octave organ occupies 54 cubic feet of space and the six octave 56 cubic
EVERY ORGAN FULLY WARRANTED TEN YEARS.
I National Baptist Publishing Board,
I 523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
ing students is something over 100,
with bright indications for the next
school term. Prof. Frazier was guest
of Pvev. C. II. Clark, who entertained
him at dinner Wednesday. His busi
ness here, he stated to a Globe repre
sentative, was in the interest of his
John honored him with the corporalsy school. I propose, said Prof. Frazier,
on in times of need."
It has been learned from authorita
tive sources that Mr. Caruthers will
not remain South, that on account -fj
his high rating in his class and his
brilliancy as a student, he has already
v. -,. wi.v
ten by Negroes, printed by a Negro
publishing house and run off on Ne-
;;ro printing presses, as they will be
sung by Negroes. "My troupe," said
Prof. Frazier, in addressing the chapel
':t the Baptist Publishing Hoard," has
'raveled throughout the South. We
been offered and will possibly accept ...Vfi .,- to somp nf tho OMlne audi
noPitlon in Jersey City, N. J. He (nceg anfl we pr01)0Re to take hold of
will remain in the South only until the what RonRS we Rot an(l make thom
latter part of August or the first of what lhey shoul(1 be.- rrofi F,-azior
Sertcmber. A cordial reception awaits cft Saturday morning for his home.
PROF. P. T. FRAZIER OF KENTUCKY.
DEATH HAS VISITED MT.
Death has visited Mt. Olive and
The president of the Agricultural claimed for its own our dear, beloved
and Mechanical College at Hopkins- lister. Mattle P. Haddox, who has
ville, Ky., Prof. P. T. Frazier, was teen President of the Ladies Mission
among the prominent visitors In Nash- :uy Department since its organlza
ville last w-eek. Prof. Frazier was for tion, and who proved in every respect
a long time prominently connected to be a faithful worker. It pains our
with the Eckstein 'Norton University hearts to give her up, whereas, to ih
of Cane Springs, Ky., but like many it seems that we can ill afford to sus
ambitious young men he preferred to tn'n so great a stroke; yet we conic
go out into a smaller school and build liore to-day to bow to heaven's will,
it up. The A. & M. College at Hop- Cod's will be done not ours. We can
kinsville, is one of the progressive say with full assurance that a great
schools owned by the Negro Baptists, woman has fallen in Israel. She has
It is strictly a boarding school. The been our representative In local and
enrollment does not include) any day national work for many years, but to
pupil TWs year $9 nrttr of bo&rfr day 9 been tm Mx?t q
reward to represent us in the Great
Church beyond. She will never be
forgotten. We will ever cheer her in
Whereas, Tho sorrow-stricken hus
band, sister, children, relatives and
friends now have sorrow that only
heaven can heal, be it,
Resolved, That we, as sisters, enter
into tbe most heartfelt sympathy with
Whcrens. We shall greatly miss her
from our midst, it is therefore,
Resolved. To march with danker
:'ng aims nnd broken ranks the re
main'ug p:irt of the journey, with
steadv tread and a fixed gaze on Je
n's, the son of God, crying as we go,
"Jesrs shall reign where e'er the sun
Deth his successive journey run;"
Till we. at last like her plant the
old flag at. the Master's feet, under
t!:c shade of the ever blessed tree.
Whereas. The community has lost
m honored an.1 faithful citizen, we
iio here and now mor;t heartily offer
ni'r greatest sympathy in this their
hour of grief; therefore be it,
Resolved. That we do here and now
h"w to heaven's mandate and agree
'-it our loss is heaven's gain; be it
Further Resolved, That a copy of
r- e. e resolutions be sent to the Nash
v"!le Globe ;uid Nashville Clarion for
VA?, Wildnrs. First Vice Presi
dent! Harriett Royd, Second Vtea
rrH'iti Awiwto r?.K?i Secretary
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