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THE NASHVILLE CT.OHT?,
OUR NATIONAL DR0PHEAD
OALL BEARINGS! EASY RUHHIHGII PERFECT STITCHING!!!
THE MACHINE CAN BE CONVERTED INTO A NEAT AND
ATTRACTIVE DESK WHEN NOT IN USE.
A GOOD MACHINE AT FAR LESS THAN HALF PRICE1
ECLIPSE ALL OTHERS.
No. 2t Sven Drawers.
Head Sewing Ma
chines is one of the
latest models, and
is made of carefully
sawed Golden Oak,
highly polished and
on drawers and
WAITERS DINE AT MT. OLIVE
Amid the gay festivities that have
been carried on at the Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church during the week there
was no feature that eclipsed in
grandeur the dinner served to the
NATIONAL MEETING BIDS FAIR TO ernoon. The hour set was 3 o'clock,
out it was well mga 4 ociock Derore
all of the participants put In their ap
pearances. When they had all ar
rived Chairman Young assembled the
i . m l 1 a A.1 i
men on me ironi steps ui me cuurcu,
Pastor and Members of St. John a photograph was taken of the
one. A finer croup of men was
never beheld. Immediately after the
nhoto was taken thev marched into
the festal room and around the long
table that extended the entire length
of the church, laden with every kind
U PI nl COWUIO LUC UlJpVUbO I.UU1U JCtHU
for. We mention a few to whet your
ON TUESDAY NIGHT UN AN I- appetite: "Young mustard and sliced
...., him, roast pork, chicken pie, corn
Muus vuit iu ivmrx- . bread buttermilk( and many otner
REPAIRS MANY PAY THEIR good things. For dessert, sweet po-
. aw., tato pie and peach pie were served
ASSESSMENT BtrUHt LtMvmu ,Rn b, k offGG Th
A. M. E. Church Preparing
to Meet Them.
, , rJ
All Styles and Prices. 1 1
HOUSE GLOWING REPORTS OF
THE COMING MEETING.
ood things were served in regular
style and order. About one hundred
were seated around the large tables.
Dr. C. H. Clark, pastor, was asked
to invoke divine blessing and we
were told every man to go for him-
"Tha rwstnr nnH mpmhers of St
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1 I John A. M E. Church met Tuesday self, and we went witnout coaxing,
nnish . .. . - , j t , . ....
nignt in ciass-meeuus auu iu uau- unairman loung canea ior reman
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rvf-.rtalTl?nir tVl O. Mfl t inn n 1 AllpTl P.hrlS- I tnmn rf fViQ rnnflfl Krunot TYtnAn. Yw
Kliicnaiuiut) ll UIO JL chv iv;vuU utm uiuu uj
has a taoe-measure tian Endeavor meeting that will con- the waiters in the hotels in Nashville,
I xi T..1 0,1 I Jl i i at Mt-
veue uiert? jui iiiu. anu liiiDressa nit? men ui lug uivi
Dr. T. W. Haigler stated that the' responsibility resting upon each one
regu ar custom of examination of them. He was followed by Mr D.
l, - u a ut, A. Hart, manager of the Nashville
Classes wuuiu uw uis"" u rioi tTa ciUI ho wi Hnd to he
ti,n moHnro hucinpca would be 010'- He said he was glad to oe
ff MEMBER ' $
' W'i? III.
marked in colors on
top part of woodwork.
S oi uusiiit;sa wuuiu uc , - .
taken up at once, and as Presiding fuv,
La.K.!n flVT honor to be identified with the gen-
Xl toascLir' out- een present on so important an
lined the work under consideration "J. T u n !L .
and asked tor a motion as io wne mer d himself as beinR pleased to
A lCiVIiv uumvmuuu u" ,nmw Vlt ttt? matters unaer con8,oerauuu ue observe that the ncxnle are showine
taken un. t, b..
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Mr. D.A.Hart moved that the church forth by the niembers of the. Globe
Via ronnlrort sPPOTlflPd hv Mr. Ran-1 n.,unnl,in nnn-.nnnw n rrt,, nn.
som. The motion was discussed by ple of Nashville a first-class secular
several niembers. The pastor showed paper. Mr. Hunt spoKe In behalf of
samples of Corinthian columns, a well the waiters. He said many cood
paper for churches and halls. things and expressed a deep interest
Presiding Elder Welch said he was in the church and told the pastor
familiar with the Corinthian wall pa- when he needed them to call them
per and had used it in churches where and they would respond.
he had pastored. He urged tne mem- The i
bers to prepare for the Convention, present:
A vote was taken and the churcn was
unanimous for the church to be re
TH18 la strictly a high
grade machine of
the drop head pattern,
made in accordance with
Twentieth Century Ideas,
finely built, light running,
easily managed, durable
and handsomely finished.
It is equal in EVERY PAR
TICULAR to the machines
sold through agents at from
$40.00 to $00.00. We do not
offer these machines In com
petition with the cheap and
roughly built machines
-which are being advertised
at almost any price the
purchaser is willing to pay.
tut we offer those who de
sire a really high-graae ma.
chine an opportunity to
get one for LESS THAN
HALF what such amnchine
would cost if bought, from
mMi- .- : w
'k-i-ii rvidkixs Tarn
The following-named waiters were
rv w; ,: ,v y .
No. I. Five Drawers.
SOLD BY THE SUPPLV DEPARTMENT
W. M. Young, head waiter; J. E.
A committee on toilets was ap- "-, muu, vxu u.u .
... i .i nir i ni enrv neii. vvm. Mciiiwen. vvni
poinieu, consisimg ol iviessia. ucyi ------ - - n,
Adams, W. B. Reed, D. A. Hart and Baugh, Vaughn Lofton A Uen Berry
Kr. n r O.U lltiU. JUU HJ.aAV.-V. iJULUVl
u. n. .mngerueiu. I r t.. , n 'in iD
1WUWU, 1'lilUK lIUSD, U11ICSI UlllllilUlL,
A committee on papering was ap- Jameg Paimer Albert Drake, Marshall
pointed, consisting .of Messrs. Mills, narneg Cbas Maddox, Louis Walker,
Penner and Brown, who were to con-
T..U1, T7"..nn1r P, Cn o lnifil firm I ... . . ... r-..
ici nu l uum . .v. mmeron. Alien rerums.
Dr. Haisler stated that Mr. W. B. Harry Brooks, Gus Noel.
Reed had resigned as chairman of the
Committee on Homes, and asked for
a chairman. Mr. A. G. Ferguson was
selected, but declined, stating that he
could not serve. Mr. V. D. Rucker
was appointed Chairman of Commit
tee on Homes, Mr. Reed agreeing to
are prepared to make '
all kinds of badges for so
cieties and associations a '
prices that are as reason
able as can be had any
E. W. Birdsonff. head waiter; Cant.
of THE It was voted that Mr. Hart nom me capt. Harry rempie, jason jacicson, Msf vsoa- jj
I .. HAn.t-.M I XT Tr rr TAhn 11 n tr anlhnnv h pit. I
...w-vst -i Motion tnat tne memoersnip ue as- '. -- f f . f
National Baptist Publishing Board, b;! W2r are made of the best
R. H. BOYD, D. D., Secretary
523 Second Avenue, North.
Several members of .the church! mlmntl. Hninmnn ninPa .Tnmos cil-in rihVirtn cmnH wth
forward , and paid their dollar. w Johnson. Alfred Mc- ; r
vi.mA nru,. Every one present showed great in-
iisnyiiiu, luin, Merest in the meeting and the pastor '
I. E. ALSUP
W. H. McGAVOCK
Residence Phone J458. M
ALSUP & McGAVOCK
cure eold leaf and trim-
TlnhArt Martin, ho.nd wniterr Sam- med Witll miOOrted gold
moers. , r" 7 ' ; r,:: v. , .
. . , uei Turner, urianno voormes, Uiuwaru 4 e
55 bl6 one goernetne Thomas- Casslus DcBcrry' Neal bullion fringe.
vill De one or me . james Arterberry. Wallace &
from the Cheapest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
413 4th Ave., N.. Nashville.
and trustees expressed themselves
as highly elated over the spirit ex
hibited by the members.
The church will
overhauling and will De one or me . .. , Arterberrv. Wallace
most inviting edifices in the city when Willlams Alexander Kirk, William
The mails brine daily reports from mt Hinkmnn Howard. Thomas Lin- -
I L ill 4V.nl. In 'tv r ArA.l . , m t T lT-kll I
various j)onus siauug Liiat hub' uci
egations will be in attendance at the
meeting. From all accounts it seems
to be safe to state that at least five
thousand delegates will be here in
July. They will come from every
nook and coiner and a great meeting
Dr. E. J. Gregg, of
ston, Sylvester Trabue, Louis Polk.
FESTIVAL AT ST. JOHN. A.
M. E. CHURCH.
Write us for prices and specifications,
stating the number of badges ,
t i in nl 1
Dress as Well as the Wealthiest
We sell the very finest MEN, BOYS and
fHIMHlKNS'. SLITS, LAMES' SK1IUS find
WAISTS on Credit. You can dres us wtl! as
the wealthiest and only pay $1.00 per week
.or $5.00 per month.
MONARCH CLOTHING CO.,
M03 Church St. Opposite Maxwell House.
rlilfiCT PFAPIF Vin& 't a hni'd undertakiiiR
IVIUol I mi toRottouthcrfit ouc time the
price of llrst-rlass clothing. Under our librrul
plnn you buy the best and don't miss the money
while paving for them. You only pay $1.00 per
week or $5.00 per month. You can easily make
your payments with the email amounts you
MONARCH CLOTHING COMPANY,
40J CDurc Strt Ooposlto Maxwell I
The annual May Festival at St.
John A. M. E. Church will begin on
Tarksnnville. Monday nicht. May 13. and will con
Fia ' tho npnpr.nl ,Snp.rptarv. has set tinue during the week. A great time
rilrta Is nromised. The committees are
IUC VUUilLiJ Wll "IV, 'va v 1' , ,
great things for his meeting. All the hard at. work preparing for their an-
churches in the city of the A. M. " E. nual event and many nice things are
denomination are making strenuous promised for those who attend -the
efforts and are soliciting the aid of entertainment. New features will
all lovers of Christianity. In fact the be on the program each night r,nd
opinion has been expressed that all the people of Nashville know the rec-
, ii.. ii ,m iiii ni-,i nt Hio IikHps nf St John too well
sessions ui uie ineeuu wm uc v.iu u. ... . --. ; . ,
Mrs Wm II. Richardson gave a m nmo rhnrrh or hnll belonging to to question their ability to entertain.
.i,,.n,'r, oftornnnn ton for n Rinall Mnnn. Tim nonnio nra not in fn.- The Globe will have a booth and will
V11U1 lllill1-, I L - v w IXCllVJCq. 1 "1. i j v, w i w.w -
party of guests on Friday afternoon vor 0( g0ing to the halls or auditorl- distribute free copies during tne
at her home 1207 Phillips street, ums owned by whites, to be in- week, and on Friday night will have
complimentary to Mrs. II. M. Ewing, suited by the police of the city, but the current issue containing the Festl
of Indianapolis, Ind. are all in favor of keeping the meet- val news for each night up to Friday.
The company was congenially se- ing in their own halls and churches, The Doll Fair to be hc J "jy 18 will
loeted and the form of entertainment realizing that it would be better for begin at 1 ociock and close a G
wa artistic and handsome. The serv- all parties concerned. They state that o'clock p. m Those ;yho ;vish to , en
ing table was adorned with a big bowl St. John being the seat. of the Con- ter their dolls are Quested to bring
of snowballs in the center. Snowballs vention, and as many of the largest them next week hp, jm ; nj Monday
were employed entirely in the room, churches of the race are near by, it afternoon. All kinds . of dolls will be
The reception room was in red, with would be an easy matter to arrange accePtc-Nso
red roses massed on the mantle to re- several meetings at the same hour, rag.
fleet themselves in handsome mirrors, thereby giving opportunity to more fair will not have to p aj admission
The guests were Madams Ewing, J. speakers to speak and to better .ad- fee: others 1 c . . liss . Lizzie
II. Rivers,' John Liggins, Luke vantage, since less than half of the DIckerso n wU see the children any
Vaughn, T. Taylor, James Roborson, people hear what is said where over lme at 423 Eighth avenue, North, or
Loroa Waters. J two thousand aro assembled. 1j03 llard.ng streei.
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. II. BOYD. Fec'y.
523 Second Ave. N. MXSHVUE. TtNN
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Growries, Cigars ami Tobacco.
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Fins Tabls Cutter, Fresh Eggs.
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We Keep only the ret.