THE NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1807.
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ENTIRELY NEW DESIGN No. 5.
FIVE OK SIX OCTAVE. SOLID OAK Oil 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, mouldimrs and fret work in kev slin. larire French nlate mirror in
top, 13x13, large closed music pocket with hinged front and safety lamp ! eleven o'clock, loud ranping was heard
stands, hand rubbed and polished.
, ACTION. In this case we can place actions B, C, D, E, P, G, qr II,
all of them pipe toned, sweet and melodious.
SIZE AIN D UEIGHT.-Whcn 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
An excellent program was rendered
at the Howard Congregational Church,
Twelfth avenue, North, on Wednesday
night, which marked the opening of
the twenty-sixth annual meeting
of the Tennessee Association of
Congregational Churches, and the
Eighteenth annual meeting of the
Women's Missionary Union, now
In session In this city. It was 7:45
when song services were opened by
the choir of Howard Church.
assisted by some of the leading sing
ers from Fisk University. An appre
ciative audience, Including distin
guished citizens from all parts of the
city, listened with interest to the pro
ceedings. The welcome address was
delivered by Hon. J. W. Grant, who In
a ' very Interesting talk extended a
welcome to the visitors from the sev
eral states. There were other ad
dresses of welcome on the program,
but the others assigned were not pres
ent. The response was made by Rev.
T. E. Smith, D. D., of Chattanooga. A
beautiful selection was rendered by
'he female quintet.
Mr. W. L. Johnson, of Lexington,
v.. wno was nreslflinc. introduced
lev. J. 0. Merrill. D. D.. President of
isk University, who delivered the
-uening sermon. 1'r. Merrill took his
text from Exodus 33:15: "If thy pres
ence go not with me, carry us up
not. hence." This was a powerful ser-
rnn. He portrayed from the life of
Unone cnmr mnnt VirvniiHful li n rn rt or.
'cilG Tf woe rmn nf tlm mnot lnrrlnnl
termors heard tor some time. Dr.
Merrill proved to be a powerful mln-
'ster of the gospel. His sermon was
Mmely and appropriate. After the of-
"ering, the services closed, when the
ntroduction of visitors took place.
The irenernl session of the Associa
tion will be held at Howard Church
Sunday, the 28th.
The closing ser.vice will be held
Sunday night, with sermon by Rev.
J. Ryer, D. D.. Secretary of the
meriean Missionary Association,
Tew York City.
Dr. II. M. TTamill. Superintendent of
lhe Sunday School Denartment of the
'T. Fi Church. South, of Nashville, a
v an whoso interest in the Negro race
as won the confidence and cratitude
of colored neople in Nashville, will
a.ppear on the programme. Important
nuestions such as "Church Extension,"
"Good Citizenship," "Methods of
"hurch Work." "Trl-TTn!on as the
mion of Congregational. Methodist
Protestant and United Brethren," will
hp nhlv rHKPllKKpd.
REV. W. S. ELLINGTON STORMED.
The Indies of the First Baptist
MISS ANNA T. JEANES.
(Continued from Page 1.)
ful view of his environment and ad
just himself to existing conditions.
The nobility of Miss Jeanes as ex
emplified by her act In giving the
princely sum of $1,0.00,000 as an en
dowment In perpetuity, the income
from which shall be used for the edu-
cational benefit of colored chil
dren in schools in rural com
munities throughout the South
land recalls to mind the unself
ish efforts of another great and noble
hearted woman Harriet Beecher
Stowc who through the medium of
pen, succeeded in awakening the pub
lic conscience against that incubus of
crime, chattel slavery the crime of
the centuries. She laid bare the
glaring inhumanities as they existed
and the effects were electrical slav
ery was doomed, and the people whose
cause she espoused were destined to
be the recipients of other benefactors
such as Miss Jeanes. Thus it Is to
be observed that gentle woman has
played and is still playing a conspic
uous part in the salvation of our people.
Miss Jeanes has done a significant
and commendable thing in naming as
one of the trustees of the fund a col-1
ored man Booker T. Washington.
This recognition of Washington is
also a recognition of the possibilities
of the race. Forty years ago, which
is a short span of time in the life or
history of a people, it would have
been beyond the belief of any one
that at this near day a million dollars
would be given to our people for ed
ucation and one of its members
charged with the duty of assisting In
electing a Board of Trustees to see
to the distribution of the income. The
wildest and most optimistic dreamer
could not have conjured up such a
seemingly impossible thing; yet just
such a thing is pleasingly true to-day.
Tt is true by the providence of God
whose workings we understand only
in direct ratio to the diligence and
application we give to the solution of
the problems next to our hand.. He
shows us his goodness through hu
man channels, as in the case under
Here is a thing which is pregnant
with meaning: First, Miss Jeanes
made a million dollar gift for the edu
cation of the Southern country Ne
gro; second, she intrusted a Negro
with a prominent share of the respon
sibility of seeing that her intentions
relative thereto are carried out, put
ting these two facts together, and
summing up by deduction, It must be
presumed or the conclusion drawn
that she believes that the wisdom of
her actions in this particular instance
will be justified by results In the
WANTED. For roan, wife and child
nice furnished room with board in pri
vate family in good neighborhood, con
venient to car line. Write, giving
terms and location. J. R. B., care of
WANTED. Two first-class serv
ants, a man and a woman; good
wages and a good home. Nothing but
a first-class servant need apply.
Mrs. BufTord. Bufford College.
WANTED All Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners.
Alliums, etc., to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Haptist, Publishing Board. 523 Second
avenue, North. Nashville, Tenn.
FOR RENT. Two rooms for gen
tlemen or lteht housekeeping. 419
virst avenue, South. tf.
"hurch gave Rev. and Mrs. Ellington
very pleasant surprise Wednesday
-litrht. Anril 24. Between ten and
it the front door. Upon opening the
Toor a number of joyous, laughing
'adies rushed in, singing, "We shall
otiie rejoicing, bringing in the
sheaves." They were laden with good
hings for the pantry sacks of flour,
five octave organ occupies 54 cubic feet of space and the six octave 56 cubic 3 UUgaf, coffee, tea, potatoes, butter,
EVEBY OIIOAN FULLY WARRANTED TEN YEARS.
National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn,
The Ladies' Embroidery Club met
at the home of Miss Matilda Green
Saturday, April 20. After the regu
lar routine of business was carried out
the ladies were ushered to the dining
room, whore a tempting menu was
served. The decorations were ferns
and peonies. Menu: Soup, cream of
oysters, dill pickles, vanilla ice
cream and assorted cake. Those
present : Mesdames Sublett, G. B,
Brady, Horace Mitchell, J. B. McClell
nn, Mande Vaughn, Misses Nannie M.
Ransom. Johnnie O'Neal, Etna How
land, Maggie Nelson.' Elma A. Will
iams, Mrs. Annie Ransom, Beulah
Miss Hattie Howland spent a few
days in city visiting her sister, Miss
Masters James Miller and Charley
Alexander made a flying trip to Nash
ville Tuesday in interest of their
Misses Satie and Henrietta Will
lams gave a peanut hunt Tuesday in
honor of Miss Emma Thompson, at
the residence of Mrs. Tom Spar
row. Games were indulged in un
til 4 o'clock, when the merry party
went out into the yard in search of
peanuts. Tees were served. Those
present: Misses Alean Boles, Maggie
Eules, Annie Smith. Stella L. Howse,
Mella Hatton, Julia M. Avent. Anna
Moore, Pearl M. Curren, Hattie Dec
Howland and Lovell Brown. Anna
Anderson, Bessie Works, Richey Mc
Collom, Sepple Miller, Nora F. An
derson, Erie Childress, Darrow Reed,
Fannie S. Alexander, Lela Anderson,
Sadie Anderson, John Ella Bass, An
nie M. Primm, Messrs. Bonnie P.
Prim, William E. Williams, Master
Henry L. Brown, Silas Williams, Jim-
mie Woods, James Miller, Luther
Miller, Arthur Miller, Charlie Sublett.
The Big Four Hundred Club gave
their second annual ban a net last Tues
day night. The decorations were red,
white and blue. The feature of the
evenings was dancing. The guests
were served a three-course menu.
soap and cans of syrup, corn, pine ap-
Mles, peaches and other good things.
Those who participated in the "storm
narty" were Mrs. Fimma M. Battle,
Misses Eleanor and Willie Battle,
Mrs. Ellen Benson and Miss Janie E.
Benson. Mrs. L. B. Cheatham and Miss
Maggie Lou Cheatham, Mrs. J. W.
Work. Mrs. Nellie Moore, Mrs.
Frankie DeBerry, Mrs. Lucy North
ern. Mrs. E. W. Knight, Mrs. Alex
ander Goodwyne, Mrs. Genie Will
:ams. Mrs. J. E. Bradford, Mrs. Cora
Tall, Mrs. Sarah Stafford. Mrs. Char
ity Newland, Mrs. Louis Fort. Mrs.
usio J. Carter, Misses Elvira White,
'Tatt'e E. Caruthers. Nettie Ewing,
Martha Grisham, and Belma Mahan,
Ir. J. B. Singleton.
GOOD LETTS V I LLE NOTES.
iMiss Mary L. Finch recently cele
brated her sixteenth birthday at he(r
home. Many friends were there, and
a large number of presents were re
The entertainment given on the 20th
inst. for the benefit of the Afro-
American Mechanics' Council was a
Little Henry Patton, Jr., has recent
iy been very ill, but is now improving.
Mrs. Martha Payne is very ill.
Our public school closes to-day.
Miss Roa B. Hendricks Is in Nash
ville this week as the delegate to the
Tennessee Association of Congrega
The services at the Congregationa
Lhurcli last Sunday afternoon were
well attended and seemingly highly
appreciated. The pastor made an
earnest appeal for practical religion.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ENTERTAINED.
Miss Antoinette Freeman, one of
Trinity Church and Sunday School's n;w Home. Tuesday night, April 30th,
Pince llerrman and Duke Berry
vmn greet the people of Nashville
vjth wishes for their good health and
'lanniness. and announce that during
next week they will fill the following
engagements: Mt. Nebo Baptist
Church. Monday night, April 20th,
'Toward Congregational Church for
'test members, entertained her Sun
lay school class last Friday, at the
esidence of Mrs. Geo. Reid from 3 to
1 o'clock. All of the class and sev
nal visitors were present and the aft
Tnnon was spent very pleasantly.
fter the pro'rramm refreshments
were served. The visitors that were
iresent were Messrs. J. A. Williams,
O. T. Ingram, II. A. Thornton, Dr
'"Mimmings. Rev. Mr. Standford, Misses
Charity Johnson, Hattie Mullien, Ten
nie Mc.t aughlin. Pinkie Holt,
henezer A. M. E. Church. Wednesday
night. May 1st; Rock City Baptist
""hurch, Thursday and Friday nights,
2nd and 3rd; Spring Hill, Tenn.,
Wesley Chapel, Saturday night, May
DEATH OF GEORGE ENGLISH.
Mr. Geo. English, who for many
vears was a faithful servant In the
familv of Mr. IT. W. Timothy, No.
Mes- PH Wept Fnd avenue, died Thursday,
lames Williams. Hamilton, Freeman,
Goodman, Russell and Reid.
The contest for the Prince Herr
nm Free Trip to the Jamestown Ex
Vbition goes on apace among the min-
Vers and some two will surely ride
it his expense if present indications
oq of worta.
April' IS, after a few weeks' illness.
Have you Irftndering done at the
Economical St?am Laundry, 412 Ce
Mrs. Kate Brown, of Patterson
trert, was confined to her room a few
.lays last week.
A. M. E. UNION.
The A. M. E. Ladies' Union No. 1
icld its ngalar monthly meeting Fri
lay. April 5, at the residence of Mrs
Evans Tyrce. North Hill street, with
1 large attendance. The meeting wa
p 'lied !.y tiio '.'resident, Mrs. Heno
Imith. After all business was trans
ctcd a delightful programme was ren
leied. Mrs. W. T. Ilightower read
;uitr! an Interesting paper followed by
discission. Recitations by Will
ii own and Mrs. All'crta Saunders, am
in tniiiicutal solo liy Mr. Arnett Cof
"ee, then ame an election of officei
.'or th enduing year. The next meet
ng will 1 e hrld Friday. May .5, at o v
a., at tli? v sidenre of Mrs. A. W
Jrown. ' Nou.'i mil sfrct. A three
o.irse menu was served.
MR. WINTER MUCH IMPROVED
Mr. Lewis Winter, the popular
Fourth avenue produce and poultry
dealer, is able to be out again afte
a long illness. Mr. Winter is one of
the leading merchants in the South
having conducted one of the larges
uroduce and poultry houses in Nash
ville for a number of years. Mr
Winter established his business on
small scale in lS0r. lie sprang into
nroniinenco several years ago when
lie secured a corner on eggs ia the
South and gained the title of "Egg
. Mr. Winter employs between forty
and fifty people, and several of these
re expert egg packers. He ships
)oultry and produce to all parts of the
FOR RENT Part of office, gas
ight, at Boyd Building. See Janitor.
A beautiful suite of rooms
n the third floor of the Napier
Court 411 Fourth Ave-, North.
Inhere are five moms with a
r ass-stained partition. Will
le rented in whole or in part.'
Can be used as a flat or lodge
J. C. Napier,
One Cent Savings Bank.
JV!?y Ruls, 1907.
Isabella Caster vs. Henry Caster. Ia
this caiise it appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Court tht the defendant is
non-resident of the State of Tennes
see, therefore the ordinary !)"" f
law can not be served upon him; it is
therefore ordered that said defendant
enter his appearance herein at the
next term of the Davidson County Cir
cuit Court, to be holden at the Court
Heuse in Nashville, Tennessee, on the
first Monday in May, it being 6th, and
defend, or said complainant's bill will
he taken for confessed as to him and
set for hearing exparte. It is there
fore ordered that a cepy of this order
be published for four weeks In succes
sion In the Nashville Globe, a newspa
per published in Nashville.
L. M. HITT. Clerk.
. W. B. COOK, D. C.
1 F. Anderson,
Solicitor for ComplalnaHt
CHANCERY AT NASHVILLE.
State of Tennessee.
Office Clerk and Master Chancery
April 3, 1907.
H. L. Fite. administrator complain
nt, vs. Abralwim Boaz and others, de
fendant. It appearing from affidavit filed in
'his cause that the defendants, Wil
liam Boaz, alias Bolles, alias Hope;
1. Donelson or Donaldson; and Rob
rt Donelson or Donaldson and Jennie
Travis are non-residents of the State
-if Tennessee, and cannot be served
with tle ordinary process of law;
It is therefore ordered, that
iaid defendants enter their ap
'eiranco herein on the first Mon
lay in May next (1907), it
eing May fi. 1907, and a rule day of
fid Court, and pleiad. answer or de
nur to Complainant's bill, or the same
Till be taken for confessed as to them
-n 1 pot for hearing exparte. and that
1 copy of this rdor be published for
"our consecutive weeks in the Nash-
Clerk and Master.
By J. R. WEST,
Deputy Clerk and Master
1. F. ANDERSON,
October Rules, 1907.
Katie C.Sleele vs. Edward S. Steele.
In this cause it appearing to the
ntisfaetion of the Court that the de
fendant is a non-resident of the State
if Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
him; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance herein
it the next term of the Davidson
bounty Circuit Court, to be holden at
the Court House in Nashville, Tennes
see, on the 2nd Monday in October, it
being the '14th day and defend, or
".aid complainant's bill will be taker,
or confessed as to him and set fo
hcaring ex parte. It is therefore or
lered that a copy of this order b
uihlished for four weeks in succes
idn in tee Nashville Globe, a new
naper published in Nashville.
L. M. IIITT, Clerk.
M. B. COOK, D. C.
T. G. 13 WING,
Solicitor for Complainant.
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