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MISS PRICE VISITED.
Miss Josephine Price felt highly
honored' last Tuesday by a visit from
Dr. C. H. Clark, who read to her three
beautiful chapters of Scripture, and
afterwards knelt in prayer. The doc
tor prayed an earnest prayer for the
restoration of Miss Price's health that
touched the hearts of all present.
Miss Price wishes also, through the
Globe, to thank Elders Utley, Boothe,
Welch, Revs. Nelson and Slaughter
who visited her last week, for their
words of encouragement and donations
left her.
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FINED $10.00 FOR SWEARING.
A boy named Lofton was fined ten
dollars in the City Court Wednesday
morning for swearing at a white man.
It sems that the boy was driving hogs
along Third avenue and as he reached
the railroad a train was about to pass.
The man on duty at the crossing tried
to stop the hogs, but failed in the at
tempt. Consequently he had to stop
the train. It is said that he spoke
rather impudently to the boy, who
used considerable profanity in respond
ing. The boy was haled to the court
room and Judge Baker fined him $10
for disorderly conduct.
TWO COLORED PAPERS FOR SAN
ANTONIO.
It appears that in spite of the small
Negro population of San Antonio,
Texas, they are destined to have two
weekly papers run by our people.
"The San Antonio Bee" Is the name of
the last in the journalistic arena. The
issue of April 20 has been received in
Nashville. It contains a deal of news
matter and some cuts of prominent
business and professional men of that
city. Rev. Thos. A. Brown, M. D.,
Dr. G. J. Starnes, Dr. J. G. Grimes,
Rev. M. B. Moody, Dr. I. D. Coffee,
Mr. Jesse M. Bumbrcy, Mr. Ike Porter,
Rev. I. II. Kelly, Rev. R. B. Morris
and Mr. Joe Morris, are among the
,San Antonio people portrayed In that
issue. Several ladies of that city are
also in it in the person of Miss Susie
A Dibble, a milliner, and Miss Ethel
B. Selby. It is further noted that
Nashville is recognized, as the paper
$1.00 CASH. BALANCE 50c. PER
INTEREST
OR
E CLOSE SATURDAY, MAY 4. After this date
you can purchase no Lots in this city on these
Terms.
Apply at our office for information.
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contains a cut of Mr. H. Allen Bovd.
who was at one time a resident of that
city. The manager and editor of the
San Antonia Bee is Mr. Giles N. Toole,
who was at one time connected with
the San Antonia Inquirer.
NEGRO GETS IT IN THE NECK
And His White Brothers Go Free
Three Warrants on Charge of
Practicing Dentistry With
out License.
Some vigorous steps have been' tak
en within the past few days against
persons said to have been practicing
dentistry without first having obtained
license from the State Dental Board, as
required by law. Three warrants
have been sworn out during the past
few days by Dr. W. H. P. Jones in Jus
tice R. R. Caldwell's court, and fines
have been imposed in two cases, and
the third one, who is a Negro, was
committed to jail. The arrests were
made by Deputy Sheriff James M. Al
len. W. T. Churchill and J. C. Nunn
were the two white men placed under
arrest, and James Crockett was the
Negro taken into custody. The three
men are said to have been doing work
in establishments on Church street.
Churchill and Nunn submitted the
cases, and paid fines of $25, the lighest
penalty provided by law. The Negro
was unable to make bond, and was
committed to jail.
It is said that there have been com
plaints from patrons of certain estab
lishments, who claimed that when
they contracted to have certain work
done they were required to make de
posits, but on returning again they
could not locate the individual with
whom they had contracted. They
claimed that the second individual
would say that he had nothing to do
with the contract, and If he did the
work would havo to bo paid for again.
Dr. Crockett makes an excellent
cat's paw posing as a dentist, and will
perhaps be as big a fool when he gets
nut of jail as he was when he went
into the skin game with his white
friends." Thev sepm rn bnvp p-ntton tv,o
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money and Dr. Crockett the lemon.
TIffi NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. '-APRIL
TAXES
FREE
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1 ARCADE.
BRENTWOOD NOTES.
The Magnolia Sewing Circle met
last Monday, April 22, at the residence
of Mrs. Alexander Merritt, of Brent
wood station. A good . many of the
members were out. The ladies did
more sewing than at any previous
meeting. The hostess was much
pleased with tie work and invited the
ladies into the dining room where she
served them a three-course menu.
Those seated around the table were
Mesdames Green Hunt, Sol. Hunt, G.
W. Voorhies, Thomas Walker, Samuel
Vernon, Robt. E. Johnson, Edward
Bills, Walter Dowell, J. C. Crawley
and Mrs. Mary Owen and Prof. J. C.
Crawley, who addressed the club.
Mr. Alexander Raines is out again
after being sick for several weeks.
Miss Susie L. Crawley and Mr. J. H.
Crawley, of Nashville, spent last Sun
day at Locust Lawn, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Crawley. They attend
ed Brook's Chapel Sunday School and
eleven o'clock services. Miss Craw
ley presided at the organ.
Miss Frances Hill, of Nashville, vis
ited friends in Brentwood last Sunday.
Mrs. Clara Hill and son, Mr. George
Hill and wife, of Nashville, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bills
last Sunday.
Miss Anna Belle Jennings, of Nash
ville, was the guest of Miss Bessie
Johnson Sunday.
Miss Sabie J. Perkins visited friends
in Nashville this week.
Mrs. J. C. Fields closed her school
last Friday. There were quite a num
ber of the patrons out, with their
baskets full of good things for the
teacher and pupils. They all seemed
to lie well pleased with the progress
the school had made under the careful
training of Mrs. Fields. Rev. J. C.
Fields was present and gave out the
spelling for the spelling match, which
was won by Nathan Rains, after
which Rev. Fields addressed the
school and visiting friends. Quite a
number of the pupils were promoted
to higher grades. Mrs. Mitchell
Woodson also addressed the school.
Rev. S. M. Utley, Presiding Elder of
the West Nashville District, will hold
hi3 quarterly conference Saturday,
April 27, and quarterly meeting Sun
day, April 28, at Brook's Chapel M. E.
Church. Rev. Utley is always a wel
come visitor in Brentwood.
26, 1907.
LIFE INSURANCE.
AND. GO
LODGE DIRECTORY.
GRAND LODGO K. OF P.
G. C. J. P. CRAWFORD,
706 Bass Street, Nashville, Tenn.
G. V. C I. M. STEGALL,
Humboldt, Tenn.
P. G. C.-J. H. LaPRADE.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
G. P. REV. T. J. TOWNSEND,
Box 148, BrowniYllle, Tenn.
G. M. or E. B. F. JOHNSON,
850 E. 8th Street, Chattanooga, Tenn.
G. L. J. M. EASTERLING,
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,
Knoxvilla, tenn.
G. I. G.-A. T. HILL,
Pulaski, Tenn.
G. M. R. E. GEE.
. Nashville, Tenn.
G. O. G. A. W. GLE1AVES,
Na3hvlll. Tenn.
O Att'y. J. THOMAS TURNER.
Nashvihe. Tenn.
G. M. R. DR. A. M. TOWNSEND,
614 Webster St., Nashville, Tenn.
2-23-06-utf
ENDOWMENT BOARD: W. F. Rey
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
ner of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the
aecond and fourth Wednesdays of each
rnouth.
second and fourth Thursdays of each
month.
J. W. BLAINE, C. C.
W L. CANSLER, K. of R. ft 8.
- NGER LODGEi NO. .
iv-eeii .ii Burrus Hall, corner oi
0ai .1 lUfliemore streets, second
mi.; fourth .;i.in!ays of each month.
L)H. f H. Bl'HRUS, C. C.
W A JAMl . of R. ft S.
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IVANHOE L MK5" . SO. 8.
Meete at the Pythian Trmple, cor
ir 3
WEEK.
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uti of 4'lttt and Capitol avenuea, the
J. J) . UtONs, C. C.
J. E. MILLER, K. oi J and 8.
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1TREE LODGE, NO. 11,
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor
aer of Fifth and Caplto) avenues, the
first and third Wednesdays of each
month.
W. H. ALLISON, C. C.
J. B. SMITH K Dl H I B.
utf.
LIGHTFOOT LODGA, NO 17,
Meets at the Pythian Temple, corner
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the first
and third Mondays of each month.
JOHN P. PORTER. O. C.
A. L. HADDOX, K of R. and a.
2-23-06-uti
PURITY LODOS, NO. 42, K. OF
Meets at the . ythlan Temple, corner
ot Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
and fourth Tuesdays of each month.
BAILEY TURNER, C. C.
W. M. ALLEN, K. of R. and 8.
3-2-06-utf
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 87, K. of P.
Meets at Benevolent Hall, corner E.
Hill and Factory streets, second and
fourth Tuesday nights of each month.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 72. K
OF P.
Meets at the I'ythian Temple, corner
of Fifth and Capitol aenu'8, neeond
and fourth Mondays of -ach month.
DR. J. A. MCMILLAN, C. C.
THOMAS C MOORE, K. of R.
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MONARCH CLOTHING COMPANY,
403 Church S:rcct. Obtoslte MntHI House.
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