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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAT 10, 1907.
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8 WHIM 5tA ! 5 AND CHURCH PEW
New Styles Cheap and Endurable.
Comfort and Beauty Combined.
UNTIL the large number of people who are never seen in churches can be assured that every
church in this vicinity will have a set of scats that will be clean, comfortable and inviting
they will not be sten inside a church. Many churches will supply this lone-felt want if
they could do so at prices and on terms within their reach, thus increasing their attendance draw
ing on the unusually large number of people who do not attend the churches, and which would evi
dently result in every service being crowded. A barrier has been in the way in the form of Inch
prices, shoddy goods and no terms. This barrier has been removed by the Church Supply Denart
ment of the National baptist Publishing Board, which has presented the new style church seat (its
own creation and its own make). These seats are 'constructed of the best grade of hardwood"
Hiey are built by the best skilled mechanics and have proven to be the most comfortable ever of
fered at the prices. The terms on which they can be purchased are so easy that any church re
gardless of its financial conduit n. can secure a set of these by a small cash payment, Lave the seats
installed and pay the remainder in monthly or quarterly payments to suit their own financial con
dition. How long, with such inviting inducements offered, will it be, before every church in and
about Nashville will get a set of seats? References can be given to the .Nashville churches by re
ferring them to Rev. h. Kirkpatriok, pastor of the St. John Baptist Church. Pearl St Rev I L
Harding, pastor of th North Third Avenue Haptist Church, both of whom h.ve seated with new
style church scats; Rev G. B. Taylor, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, corner Stevens and De
luge fats. ; Rev. W in Haynes, pastor of Sylvan Street Church, Shelby Avenue, who have installed the
church pews, jt J u j j j j j J
FOR FURTHER INFORMA
TION APPLY TO THE
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary.
D. A. DORTCH,
FURNITURE
1ND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TELEPHONE, JIAIX 482.
N. E. Corner Broadway and Third Avenue,
'Phone 4496 L
ilLLE, TEM.
Cor. Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street.
The Spa Creamery,
C T. COFPEY, Prop.
Nashviuh, Thnn., 4-1 r, 1907.
Owing to the growth of our business, after May 1st our branch at 5x2 Main
street, Mr. R. II. Tabor, will deliver from 1 qt. up, and retail also. Mr. Mason
1304 Kay ne Avenue, S., our other branch will deliver like wise. VVe ask the pub
lic 111 general to pk-ase order Saturday evening or early Sunday morning so we mav
Continue our promptness. (Spaw.) ' 3
The SPA CREAMERY,
C. X. COFFEE.
Telephone, Maiu, H'.Hi-L.
If j on want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
SEE
T. CLAY MOORE,
THE KKAL K STATE AUENT,
4U CKDAli ST., I50YI) UUILMNG,
lMionpMaiu i(7. (l'p Stairs.)
Money
Loaned
TO RESPONSIBLEPERSONS
On Their Own Elotc
WITHOUT SECURITY.
S
THE KESTUCKY LOAD CO.,
316; CED IK. STI1KF.T : I P STAIRS,
Room 7 Twin Buildinjr.
NASHVILLE,
TEKH.
Havinsr decided to spoil d the Sum
mer and Fall in Tennessee, Prince
Horniian lias taken hcadquaiiers
for that purpose at 721 Smiley street,
East Nashville, at the home of his
friend nnd brother, Sir Knight Mr.
Houston Euiem.
MISS BROOKS IMPROVING.
Miss Laura Brooks, of 504 Four
teenth avenue. North, who was se
riously injured by one of the print
ins machines in the Clarion nfTlrp twn
or three weeks ago, is slowly improv
ing At ine time of the accident two
doctors were called. The: first to ar
rive put eighteen stitches in her arm.
But the work did not satisfy Dr. It. F.
Boyd, who subsequently removed
the stitches and fixed the Injured
arm in accordance with his own Ideas,
and since that time the young lady,
though suffering at times Intense
pain, has been on the road to re
covery. .
McMINNVILLE NOTES.
The third quarterly conference of
in the McMinnville circuit was hold in
Finger Chanel Mav 4 and R. with thP
presiding elder, W. R. Smith, in the
chair. The departments of the
church were represented. On Snn
day morning the Sunday school met
at :i:..u o clock, with the superintend
ent. F. A. Morford in the chair. It
was acknowledged by the Presiding
Elder that Finger Chapel has one
among the best Sunday schools in his
District. At 11 o'clock a. m., and 4
o'clock p. m. the Presiding Elder
preached two of his soul-stirring ser
mons, which stirred both saints and
sinners. The quarterly collections
were as follows: For benevolence,
J:?. 7.".; presiding elder, $17.21; pastor,
$10.38. Total, J01..14.
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:. SPORTING NEWS.
LIKE A FLOOD OF THE NILE.
WASHING BY THE POUND.
The Economical Steam Laundry is
making a specialty of Rough dry work.
?end your clothes and have them
washed at 0 cents a pound. All
sheets, bed spreads, ?tc, Ironed.
National Baptist Team Given a Drub
bing by Fisk.
On Saturday afternoon, May 4, Man
ger Uoyd lead his Bantisr. 1 am ha in
the slaughter, and when the strong
earn at fisk let up and the smoke had
leared away. .the score was almost a
"skidoo," 13 to 2. The National Tinri.
tist team was greatly handicapped, not
having had an opportunity to rio hut
little practicing. Again, the game was
started wnnout the reeru ar catcher
and the pitchers were wild as March
hares. Manager Bovd started in tn
pitch, but he has not located the plate
yet, but when he got the ball In reach
my! oh! my! He was relieved by
uowman wno did much better after he
settled down. Fisk has a strone team.
one that will give any amateur aggre
gation a run for the money; and, too,
they have been hard at work sItipp
February, so the Baptist boys should
compliment tnemseives on not being
snut out.
Despite the fact that Manager Bnvd'R
"hummers" were snowed under In this
game, he is not-discouraged, but be
lieves nis team can deliver the coods
and expects to develop the strongest
team the National Baptists have ever
had.
BASEBALL IN THE EAST.
The New York Colored Giants lust
arriving from an engagement with the
Connecticut State League, playing in
Wateruury and other cities, breakinsr
even in the games, will open the sea
son at home with the Rough Riders, of
New Rochelle, at Dilon Park, May 28.
The line-up for the Giants will he
smltn, c.-f.; Lang, r. f.; Henry, 1. f.;
Jordan, 1st b.; Nelson, 2d b.; Braggs,
3rd 1).; Maxwell, s. s.; Dorsey, p.; De
Voe, c. Games will be called at 3:30.
The Giants will appear in their new
uniforms.
The baseball score card In the Daily
Tribune was thoroughly appreciated
at the game by the fans.
It is not at all likely that the Phila
delphia Giants will be seen in this vi
cinity before Decoration dav moraine.
when they will cross bats with the
"rank lorn team.
A number of championship contests
have been arranged to be played in dif
ferent cities between the Philadelnhi?
Giants, the Royal Giants, the Genuine
uuian Ulants and the Cuban Star
Those which have been arranged for
Philadelphia, the dates, of course, be
ing subject to change if occasion war
rents, are as follows: July 23, Genu
ine Cuban Giants, on the rhiladelnhir
irrounds; August 12, Cuban Stars, on
Philadelphia grounds; August 29, Cu
I an Giants on Athletics' irrounds: Ren
toml er G and 7, Royal Giants, at At
lantic City. Sept.. 9 and 10; Cuban
Stars at Atlantic City; Sept. 11, Roya
lnntic City: September 11. Rova
Giants, on Philadelphia grounds; Sop
temper 12 and 13, Royal Giants, at At
lantic City; September 19, Roya
Giants, on Philadelphia grounds.
"Pop" Andrews, who finished
the
season with the Philadelphia G i nuts, 1
and who has been "holding out," has
written to the Philadelphia manage
ment that he is ready to join the team.
Petway, who is doing most of the
backstop work for the Philadelphia
Giants, is full of ginger and he does
a coaching stunt very much on the
Monroe order.
The Williams & Walker baseball
nine played the Elks at Vare Park last
week, and to the surprise of the big
audience they simply wiped the floor
up with the local society men. Bert
Williams on first was "all there" with
joth bat and playing, and he made
several very good stops. Shlpp, who
played short stop for the W. & W.
team, was the most finished player on
the team. It is likely that he will
have a try for an infield position on
the Philadelphia Giants.
Last Saturday afternoon "Chappy"
Johnson, the well-known premier
catcher, unexpectedly dropped in at
Raymon Wilson's cigar store, which
was his first appearance since last fall,
when he stopped in to bid the boys
farewell before sailing to Cuba, where
he has been a manager of a baseball
team in the Cuban League. Chappy
claims to have had the "best financial
success he has ever experienced, and
judging by the way he . was loaded
down with gold and diamonds, and the
brand of cigar he now smokes, there
can be no doubt but what Chappy's
claims are true. Chappy says the sad
dest news he received from home
while away was the dishandment of
the Cuban X-Giants, and while solilo
quizing over what would become of so
many veteran players who would be
compelled to seek a new field of en
deavor, he resolved not to ignore the
' Handwriting on the wall," but like
Jim Jeffries, purchased himself a
farm, where the coming generation
can sing to him that old familiar song,
'Old Folks at Home."
The line-up of the celebrated Leland
Giants, which is supposed to be intact,
y May 5, is as follows: Andrew
(Rube) Foster, Captain and Manager;
Earle, Bowman and Gatewood, pitch
ers; Booker and Rat Johnson, catch
ers and change first baseman; Harris,
second base; George Wright, short
stop; Talbert, third base; Winston,
eft field; Moore, Centre-field, and
Payne, right field. Should this team
carry out their plans of invading the
2ast they unquestionably should re
ceive the patronage of the colored peo
ple, as it is a strictly colored enter
prise, supported absolutely by colored
men's capital.
BOXING.
Bill Squires, the Australian heavy
weight, who came over to this country
with the expectation pf annexing the
heavy-weight championship, seems to
be the man of mystery to the greater
number of fight followers.
Squires fought Felix on three dif
ferent occasions. Felix is a big col
ored fellow and a cousin of the great
Peter Jackson. Squires beat him once
n 11 rounds, once in seven and once
n two. Jack Johnson, the colored
leavy-weight, who chased Squires to
America, knocked out Felix after two
minutes of fighting. Is it any wonder
that Bill came over here for his pick
ings:
If Squires will take on Jack John
son and decisively beat him the Ameri
can public will iook upon Bill as a
hero and call for a match with Jeff.
There is not a white heavy-weight in
the world who will meet Johnson, and
if Squires will break the ice he has the
chance of his life. .
NELSON IN NO HURRY TO FIGHT.
After all the protestations Battling
Nelson has made about fighting no
body but Cans, he doesn't seem to be
in any violent hurry to do business
with a flattering offer of a purse in
sight. Whether he is on the level, and
really anxious to fight Joe Cans,
should be determined in quick time.
Cans has agreed to fight the Dane
again. He has accepted the terms of
Tex Richard for a return contest, to
take place at Ely Nev., probably on
July 4, and there is another offer from
Eddie Graney of $35,000 for a .fight to
take place in San Francisco on the
same date, and now it is for Nelson to
say whether he is ready to give bat
tle to his doughty colored opponent or
is only four flushing. Nelson doubtless
will do the sensible thing. He will
urge his manager, Nolan, to agree to
abide by Cans' terms. Nelson is not
a half bad fellow. On the contrary, he
is a pretty decent chap. But he is
misguided. Nolan is the drawback to
his popularity.
LANGFORD MAY BE NEXT CHAM
PION.
Moir is the champion of England
beyond dispute. Moir showed he has
a sleep-producing punch when last
month he met Tiger Smith. The Ti
ger was so confident of putting the
quietus on the Gunner, that he pur
rhased his release from the English
army. Alas! Gunner Moir got over
a fine wallop and Tiger Smith went
to the land of slumber. He didn't
last a round. Moir is now matched
to fight Sam Langford, the American
colored fighter, and if the figures can
he relied upon, don't be surprised if
the next heavyweight championship t
tie is sported by an ebony American
by the name of Langford.
PARRiSM
HOE'S '
FOK MEN. WOMEN
AND BOYS.
EQUAL ANY $3.50 OR $4.00
SHOES OH THE MARKET.
THE RIGHT STORE ON THE
WRONG SIDE OF THE STREET.
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421 UMOjj STREET - 421
2 Doors West Southern Express
Ollice.
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Need anything - - Call on J
Richard Hill,
NOTAllY rUBLIC
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers hxed wrth prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL - BUSINESS - CONFIDENTIAL
Is your life insured? Is your house
and Furniture Insured? Aren t
You tired paying Rent?
TELEPHONE MAIN 1SS9.
CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN.
Incorporated Under the taws of Tennessee.
One-Cent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.06.
Does a regular banking business. In
tcrestpaid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee
R. H. Boyd, President,
J. W. Bostick, Vice President-,
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
' CN. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE. N0KTH.
NASHVILLE. ... TENNESSEE.
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SOUTH NASHVILLE.
We'do a SPOT GASH Business. All goods
strictly FIRST CLASS. We carry a full
line of Everything in the
tfrocery line.
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
EVERYBODY.
801 Ewing Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
Tel. Main, 3638 Y.
PRICE LIST.
2 2 lb. cans of corn. . , jrjc
2 2 lb. cans of early June peas !!llc
2 3 lb cans of bartlet peas.. .;, . 20c
2 2 !b. cans of raspberries . ' ' ir)C
McCaskey Nut Meg with Crater .'....7.10c
"Can't lie Beat on (lie Market "
1-4 07 tf.
MR. W. J. BLANTON,
M ill furnish you with i nice line of
Jewelry, Eye Glasses, Wafelies, Rings
Hninlcls ami Mediates.
An Assortment of Jewelry will be brought
to your home by request.
Easy terms can be secured after f.rst payment.
Orders Promptly Filled.
Address A. J. BL A IN TO IN,
Willi 1). Lom nhclm & Co.,
WMMlJUi.dF..lhiv..-.,. rhono.latHUs.
LODGE DIRECTORY.
The Sons of Relief.
Moots at noyd JluildinK on Cedar
street, first and third Wednesdays of
ouch month.
R. P. CARTER. President.
JAS R. ANDERSON, Sec'y.
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