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TII2 NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1907.
One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a.
church or a Sunday school, is an organ one that
is built to suit the home, the congregation and
the financial condition of the people. This is what
a National Baptist organ will do.
The parlor organs are in three
Style No. 2 is 5 octaves, action
B, oak case only.
Style No. 3 is 5 and 6 octaves,
oak case only.
Style No. 5 is 5 and 6 octaves,
case is oak or walnut.
Style No. 75 is our new de
sign. It is quarter sawed, golden
oak polish and is put up in a six
SOLD FOR CASH OR ON
APPLY FOR. FURTHER
Lula May MteCall, 1808 Thompson j
street, 1 year. I
Indiana Scruggs, Eighth and Cen-
tennial avenue's, G2 years. I
Henry Lewis, West Hill street, 30 :
Thomas Dowell, 1813 Heffernan
street, 41 years.
Jannie Brown, Clifton pike, Mt.
Nebo, 19 years.
Alberta McCutcheon, Grana and
Ament, 7 months.
Anderson Oldan, 6 Fourth avenue,
North, 55 years.
James rote, 1801 Fourth avenue,
South, 65 years.
Fannie May Smith, 948 Pearl
street, 10 months.
Joseph Maxey, 908 Gay street, 3
Lizzie Butler 1613 Fourth avenue,
North, 70 years.
Wm. Payne, Jefferson City, Mo., 35
Lucy Barnett, Davidson County
Asylum, 45 years.
Samuel Sherrid, Davidson County
Asylum, 25 years.
Eliza Gorden, Mooretown. 87 years.
Josephine Luster, County Asylum,
Jno. Lane, 601 Cumberland street,
Thos. Leon, 918 Bienville street, 3
Lee Childress, 171G Patterson street,
William Irvin, 917 Cedar street, 56
Jno. Wray, 1038 EdgehJll street, 36
ears. ' ...
INFORMATION TO THE
BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
At the mothers' meeting May 3, the
following ladies were elected to 0
nee: Mrs. M. E. Johnson, President
Mrs. P. J. Armstrong, Vice President
Mrs. Emma Kennedy, Treasurer. Aft
er the election of officers and the
transaction of other business, refresh
ments were served. Tho next meet
ing will be at the home of the Presi
dent on Maple avenue.
Prof. J. W. Johnson arrived home
a few days ago, having closed his
school at Martin, Tenn.
Dr. Voorhies was here last Satur
day, looking after his branch office.
Mrs. Anna Church, of Williams
port, visited her daughter, Mrs. Liz
zie Watkins. a few days last week.
Miss Dunnie- Moore has closed her
school in West Tennessee and is at
Mrs. Laura Brown and son are
visiting friends in Nashville.
Mr. Henry McCrady, who former
ly lived in Nashville, died recently at
the residence of Mir. Walter Green,
South Glade street.
RELIEVED OF POCKETBOOK.
Miss Miria Lue Thomas, of 1026
Fourteenth avenue, North, was re
lieved last Saturday of Rer pocket
book containing $5.00 in money and
some valuable papers. Miss Thomas
had just paid her car fare and placed
the purse in her coat pocket. She
had been in the Transfer Station only
a short while when she missed the ar
ticle. She thinks that some one lift
ed it from her pocket, in the Station,
as jtbere was such a crowd.
NINTH ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE
YOUNG MEN'S LYCEUM
The WaMen University
Give a brilliant affair.
Two hundred guests seated in the
spacious dining hall at Walden Uni
versity, Friday evening, listened with
trained ears, mingled with pleasure,
to the toasts prepared for this annual
occasion. The Young Men's Lyceum
gives annually these functions as a
ule just before the close of school.
he organization is known to be one
of the strongest in the city, and this
was fully demonstrated last Friday
night. Invitations were extended to
possibly two hundred and fifty guests.
Most of these responded and congre
gated in the music hall. They min
gled pleasantly in social conversation,
receiving introductions to many of
me fiistingmsnea guests tnat were
present. During the introduction and
and the social feature, Miss Maud J
loberts favored the guests with two of
ier charming selections. At 11 o'clock
all repaired to the dining hall, which
was gorgeously decorated for the oc
casion. A hugh star in Walden col
ors adorned the west wall of the hall.
Running from the star in three di
rections of the hall were streamers
n Walden colors, giving it the appear
ance of a comet. A large picture of
Abraham Lincoln, around which hung
carelessly, yet attractively, the na
tional colors; ferns, palms, together
with four magnificent candelabras of
silver, holding seven candles to the
stick, with a beautifully decorated ta-
lie, lent more grandeur to the occa
As the guests filed into the dining
hall, Miss Porter, of Memphis, Tenn.,
played a beautiful march. Finally,
when all were seated, Mr. J. W. Bur
roll, president of the Lyceum, and who
was also toastmaster for the occasion,
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muse aim uuuiesseu me guesis, au-
nouncing that the good things pre-
pared and about to be presented to
them were the tokens of the high es-
teem in which the Lyceum held the
faculty, the students and the citizens
of Nashville. He said he hoped this
occasion would live in the memory of
every one present, the day of their
college life, which to some were by no
means at an end, but which to others
were last closing, lie said tnat sev
eial toasts had been prepared for the
banquet, and then introduced Mr. S
W. Rushing, who responded to "The
Occasion." Mr. Rushing is a good
speaker. His response was listened to
with interest and loudly applauded.
"Our Society" was responded to by Mr.
L. E. Vincent, who covered the subject
in full. Mr. T. G. Walker spoke of
' The Future of the Y. M. L." His was
a masterpiece. He said that the future
Y. M. L. would without doubt continue
to give to the world men to replace in
fame and in modern history such as
Hiram V. Revells, B. K. Bruce, Booker
T. Washington, R. F. Boyd, R. H. Boyd
and others. Mr. H. E. Huggins toasted
"Our Guest," while F. B. Ransom
toasted "To the Ladies," This occa
sion. like that of the parable of the
marriage supper, seemed to hold back
the best for the last. The response to
the toast "To the Ladies." was as
signed to Miss Daisy D. Moores. This
young lady, the only honored member
of the Lyceum, made the toast of the
evening. Quite naturally she would
give the men a lion's share, but her re
sponse indicated that she not only on
this occasion, but in her real life, give
them their proper place. A part es
penally was most attractive. She
said, "Oh, woman's king! You hold
Ihe reins of power in your hand, you
hold your own fate in your hands, you
hold the destiny of woman. You can
place her in the Elysian field of hap
piness by your kindness and love or
sink her into the depth of despair by
your' neglect." What woman
staKe ner me tor tne ate ot a man
whose soul is as pure as Heaven and
whose heart is true as the stars. You,
jvuus men, win Miiuc nay u iwn mm
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master of a little kingdom called home.
with a reigning queen and . subjects,
all your own, and may you prove by
exemplary lite tnat ideal man is no
longer a phantom, but a reality. Oh
man. forever cherished, forever dear
(berished by woman through all the
years. iiay sne ever nnu in your
hearts an abiding place, and in' your
homes a rest from care." An applause
that almost shook the three story
building immediately followed this re
sponse. It was with much effort that
the toastmaster regained quiet, and
when he did he announced "The Fare
well," by Mr. J. H. McMorris, with an
instrumental duet by Misses Porter
There were present for this banquet
several honorary guests. Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Napier. Mrs. C. U. Phillips and
daughter, Misses W. H. McBroome.
Carrie M. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Hodg
kins, Henry A. Boyd, Dr. and Mrs.
Hammond, with the theological depart
ment, and most of the faculty of Wal
den and Meharry. The following
menu was served.
Sandwlchs de noisette
Conserves au vinaigre Ccleri Olives
Pomnics d'avnour a la mayonnaise
Laituo Petits pois
Coquettes de poulet
Gelitine Creme fouettee
Crcnie gacce de chocolat
Crenie glace de peche
Cafe noir Biscuits, frappes
It was one o'clock before Dr. Kum-
ler arose and stated that this was un-
lloul)teilly the biggest banquet any
sr n linn pvpr p vpti aa it pyrpnnpn
through a nart of two davs. The of.
ficers were as follows:
l w iturrpll prpcirtpnH
Charles H. Love Vice President
Hugh Johnson Secretary
Robert F. Dill Assistant Secretary
Henry H. Walker Cor. Secretary
Thomas S. Allen Treasurer
Freemon B. Ransom ...Critic
L. Napier Bass Assistant Critic
Robert L. Johnson Chaplain
E. Washington Reid . Sergeant-at-Arms
Ml IDTDCrCDADA MflTCO
Mr. and Mrs. Williams and Mrs.
Butler spent last Sunday in Rucker
niui hi is. vvani.
nut. tt .... a
Mrs. Carry Shane, of Louisville, is
m Murrreesboro visiting Mrs. Will-
lams, of College street
Mrs. Ed. Anderson, has returned to
Mrs. Jim Pickitt is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Whitfield, of Mount
lingering illness of about
six weeks, Mrs. Clara
daughter of Mrs. Jim
Friday night, April 12, at the home
of her mother on State street.
She was a lady of rare, personal
charms. No one knew her but to love
She bore her illness patiently.
Her sister and brothers were all sum
moned. Mr. Ed Anderson and wife,
Louisville, Ky., Oscar, John and daugh
ter, Gladis, of Chicago, 111., Dr. and
Mrs. Whitfield, Mount Pleasant. Mr.
ville, also Mrs. Houston and Williams
and many other friends.
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uiu uuiui imeiius wne uiauy uuu
beautiful. The funeral services were
conducted by Rev. Moore, of the First
Baptist Church and Rev. B. F. Ander-
son, of the M. E. Church. She was
laid to rest in the. Evergreen Ceme
we've been long to-
Through pleasant and cloudy weather.
Tis hard to part from friends so dear;
It caused a sigh, a tear.
"Thou hast stolen away, gave little
Say not, Good-night;
but in some
Bid me good morning!"
'nHrrhtfullv pntPi'tninod at ttm home
of Mrs. J. B. McClellan, Saturday, May
. Alter business tne lames were
ishered into te nining room, where
i tempting menu of fruit salad, chick-
jn salad, tomatoes with mayonnaise
aressing, ions mints, straw uerry
ihortcake, and cream was served,
Those prosent were Mesdames G. B.
Brady, Horace Mitchell, Mamie
vaugnn.iN. u. Aieeivs, iwm. didd, Annie
Ransom, A. L. Nelson, Misses Johnnie
O'Neal, Maggie Nelson, Nannie Ran
dom, Dilsy Butler, Beulah Miller, Ma
tilda Green, Etna Howland, Elma A.
Mrs. Rosa Neil and Mrs. Kage. of
llanhng street, Nashville, were tho
quests of Mrs. Rosa Overall Saturday
Mrs. Ed. Anderson, of Louisville,
Ky., and Mr. A. J. Anderson, Miss
Etna Howland spent Sunday witt Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Butler.
Reuben Hendron and Miss Cath-
lespair by erine Gregory were married last' Wed- eleventh birthday of her little daugh
would not ncsday night in the presence of rel- ter Daisy Freddella, on May 5 at her
itives and friends at the home of the
Mrs. L. M. Wendel and son and
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.vuss want speiu a pieasani iinie wnn
uifims at LuiveiKiie uuu oinjma oat-
nriliiv 'iml Siinrlnv
Rev. I). P. Pearson, of Murfrees-
1 ...Ill J. IU 1 7! Tnrx
mi 11 will iiii';iiii .11 lit' lv 1 1 . sjiijh ij.i 11-
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tist Church on the tourtn sunuay in
this month, the occasion being the
Sunday school rally day.
Quite a large crowd witnessed the
rally at the M. E. Church last Sinday.
The new pastor, Rev. L. W. Floore,
preached his first sermon.
Mr. J. H. Gregory has returned
from the city where he has been re
pairing the residence of his daughter,
Mrs. Hester Porter.
Mr. G. Redmond has returned home
from Martin, Tenn., where he went to
to pay the last tribute of respect to
his only sister, Mrs. Burnette. She
fell dead in the church of which she
was a member while her only daugh
ter presided at the organ. She was
ilways at her post. A faithful and
consistent Christian. Her daughter.
Mrs. Fannie Lawly, is a graduate of
Meigs High School in this city. She
Ins been a teacher at Martin for
twelve i'ears. Mrs. Bulrnette- was
formerly Miss Lucinda Redmond, of
Tho baptizing at Ebenezer Church
will be the third Sunday in May.
Rev. N. Smith hus taken in 34 new
members and he is very much encour
aged. .Mrs. Ross and Miss Buchanan will
WANTED. For man, wife and child
nice furnished room with ooard in pri
vaie iamny in gooa neignDornooa, con
venlent to car line. Write, glTlng
terms and location. J. R. B., care ot
WANTED. Two first-class serv
ants, a man and a woman; good
wages and a good home. Nothing but
a nrst-ciass servant need appiy.
P1. Bufford, Bufford College.
WANTED All Churches and Sunday-
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay off
l.ii : .1 v.i. - j v- -1 i x' :i
nil mucuicuiicsB. rui Eaic, ur riauuuai
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, lenn.
WANTED Having just closed the
Millinery Department, wants twenty
girls to work in the flower depart
ment. Apply at once In person to
Mrs. Jordan, 1004 Second avenue,
FOR RENT. Two rooms for gen
tlemen or light housekeeping. 41S
First avenue, South. tf.
FOR RENT Part of office, gas,
light, at Boyd Building. See Janitor.
A beautiful suite of rooms
n ihe th,r1 floor of the Napier
Uourt411 Jb ourth Ave-, Worth.
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I X JlCrC are HVe rOOlllS With a
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Jjidaa-suuneu pai iniun. win
be rented in whole or in part.
n1t1 v.p ucpA nc t flit nr Inflow
J, C. Napier,
One Cent Saving's J3ank,
3000 cast off hotel dishes
cheap, at 31G Eighth ave
Suitable for family use or
have the r closlntr exercises nt Mt
Zeno School Friday nieht. Mav 10.
Miss Jessie Gordon, a member of
the Catholic school, made a flving vis-
it to Lebanon last Saturday to attend
a party given by her cousin.
Miss Eugenia Walker spent Fridav
night out home with her grandmother.
Mrs. Mlnervia Martin.
Miss Mattie D. Walker is at home
with her mother for a while.
Last Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Weakly entertained at their home
Rev. Mr. Bolden and a few friends.
Quite an elaborate dinner of four
courses was served. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Ford Mrs.
Mary Bennis, Misses Addie Sledge.
Hattie Henley, Annie May Terry Bet-
tie Lusk, Messrs. Tom Allison, Andrew
Mcintosh, Allen Copeland, Elmore
Telford and Brown.
Mrs. T. E. Smiley entertained a
number of little folks in honor of the
lesiueiiue, iujo r ourteentn avenue,
North. The dining table, which was
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rated with flowers. Little Miss Ruth
Mjpsnaw offered thanks. All kinds of
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served. Quite n nnmhPr nf n,-00nTa
lAJiuuiaiuiis. irmis ann irpa worn
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I WCIC ICCClVt'U.
Those present were
little Miss Ruth Mai Love, Roberta C.
Dickerson. Ruth Upshaw, Roberta
Smith, Hattie Reynolds, Masters
Thos. W. Dickerson, Thomas Eugene
Smiley, Thomas Fort. The little peo
ple spent quite a pleasant evening.
October Rules, 1907.
Katie C. Steele vs. Edward S. Steele.
In this cause it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant Is a non-resident of the State
of Tennessee therefore tho nrriinnrv
process of law cannot be gerved
hlm; lt ,s thercf0re ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance herein
at the next term of the Davidson
County 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
said complainant's bill will be taken
for confessed as to him and set tor
hearing ex parte. It Is therefore or
dered that a copy of this order be
published for four weeks in succession
in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper
published in Nashville.
L. M. HITT, Clerk.
M. B. COOK, D. C.
T. G. EWING,
Solicitor for Complainant.