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TIIE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1907.
7 i-7 i V
P ANOS
FOR
SA
BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN
MANY GRADES.
The finest piano that money and skill can
produce, extra massive case, extra finely fin
ished; made only in the finest fancy figured
burl walnut and finely figured mahogany or
quarter sawed oak; double veneered inside
and out, is what the National Baptist Pub
lishing Board offers in their many styles of
pianos. Such as styles 5, 6, 10, 12 and 14.
The tone of these instruments is unexcelled
for its exquisite quality.
THE ARTIST UPRIGHT
GRAND PIANOS
are pre-eminent. The tone is clear, liquid,
mellow and well sustained and affords in all
the registers a harmony clear and equal, and
of that sympathetic nature which, under the
hands of an artist, arouses the enthusiasm of
the listener. The prices and terms are with
in reach of all.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT THE
National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
m
Telephone Main 1173.
J. 8. Martin,
PBOPBIETOtt
THE CUSTOU HOUSE L1YEBY
STABLE.
First-Class LWerj on Short N'otlee.
712 and 7 14 15 road way,
Nashville,
Tenn.
Pi. L. MILES, Jr.,
THE PEN CITY TAILOR.
Clcsining, Dyeing and Repairing.
Pants to Order. . . . Q 4,00
Suits to Order.. 015,00
Telephone 8770-Y.
123 Deaderick St, NASHVILLE, TEM.
CLARKSVILLE NOTES.
The passing of the last Legislature
has left a peculiar effect on this place.
it seems that after a successful cam
paign of making an extremely dry
town, and changing the mode of se
lecting aldermen from each ward to
the city-at-large, another law has
spurred the peace officials to seek out
tnose designated as vagrants and
cause them to appear before justices of
peace for Judgment A number of
colored vagrants has been fined, but
it remains to be seen whether in the
entire population of Clarksville, there
will be any vagrants other than col
ored. While the law exempts persons
belonging to labor unions on a strike,
no provision is made for the Derson
who refuses the munificent salarv of
$1.00 to $2.00 a week for labor that
twice the amount is hardly a sufficient
compensation.
The engineering department is
causing the city to put on metropoli
tan airs. Concrete pavements and gut
tering are much in evidence, and a
few streets of the famous Ninth ward
are being repaired aad improved. If
only these streets could have side
walks made from the bricks that are
giving place to the concrete pave
ments, no doubt the neighborhood
would rise up and say blessed.
I he funeral corteee of the lata Ga
briel Meriweather left Clarksville last
Wednesday for New Providence, Tenn.,
the scene of his childhood days and
early manhood. Relatives, friends and
Mt. Hebron Lodge. Odd Fellows, of
which Mr. Meriweather was a member,
accompanied the body on its Journey to
its last resting place. Funeral serv
ices were held at Green Hill BaDtist
Church with the Rev. T. Perkins offi
ciating and interment at Providence
cemetery.
May. the month of flowers, han fur-
nished but few beautiful days up to
this writing. Last Thursday the first
one witnessed two lawn fetes and
moonlight parties without the moon.
Financially it was a success.
Mrs. Khoda Poindexter. corner Ma
rion and Kellogg,, had quite a crowd
at her Spring opening for the Mt.
Olive Baptist Church, while Mrs. W.
H. farrish in the immediate neighbor
hood gave quite an excellent entertain
ment for the Fifth Ward Bantist
Church. She realized somethine.
Memorial eulogies for thp deD&rted
members, and Thanksgiving services
for the living of Mt. Hebron Lodere.
Odd Fellows, were held last Sunday at
firth ward Baptist Church before an
audience which filled the edifice. The
principal addrerses were made bv Dr.
C. V. Roman, of Nashville and
Lewis Cross.
The annual commencement of the
Colored High School will take'place at
Elders Opera House, Friday, May 24th.
'lhe unseasonable weather has
caused several visits of the grim reap
er. Last week the followlne: Mr. Ga
briel Meriweather, Mr. Isaiah Hayden,
Mrs. Pattie Farriel, Miss Nannie Kil
lebrew and Mrs. Mary Morton.
The Ministerial Alliance was clven
a banquet by the pastor and members
of Wesley Chapel A. M. E. Church last
Tuesday night.
Rev. L. M. Mitchell, of Mt. Sterling
Ky., was in the city last Tuesday the
guest of liev. P. J. Coleman.
Rev. P. II. Burns, of NashvfllA
spent Tuesday and Wednesday In the
city in the interest of the Bon Air
L'oal Company.
J. H. Gray, of Nashville, was In the
city last Wednesday. .
Poir T TT 'n7lTo 0 -1
uaa bellows Auditor urn, LlprIn' TTsp,ent J1 few hours ,n
1 the city last Wednesday.
Rev. Geo. Hampton went to Nash
SMYRNA NOTES.
Miss Bertha Ransom, daughter of
Rev. Ed. Ransom, was burled last
week. Another interment was that
of the Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Burnett.
Rev. A. W. Pankey, pastor of the
Lavergne Church, 6poke to the Sand
Hill Sunday School last Sunday.
Miss May Eliza Beatty, who has
been in school at Walden, has re
turned home.
Mrs. M. C. Wade is on the sick list
Mrs. Amanda Jones and twelve
pound girl are doing well.
Mrs. J. C. Field, of Nashville, Is
visiting Miss E. M. Perry this week.
Misses Anna Cannon and Lizzie
Banks have returned home after
spending a week with relatives In
Nashville.
Mrs. Susan Gooch Is now a reader
of the Globe,
.Mrs. J. H. Darden attended the
Walden exercises Thursday.
Mr. and ' (Mrs. Jas. Burnett, Jr.,
spent Sunday here.
Mr. T. Butler, after visiting his
jamily, has returned to the South,
where he is at work.
A MAY FEAST
GIVEN BY THE
ORDER OF
Eastern Star Chapter,
-l MAY 23, 1907.
AT THE
GREEN WILKEM
DEALER IK
Hay, Corn, Oats and Feed
stuffs, The only Negro Feed House in the City
nil Third Ave., North.
Phone VI a in
Walter S, Thomas,
DEALER II
choice fresh and cured
Meats.
Expert Sausage Maker.
All Meats selected from Home Killed Stock.
Residence: I9K FOURTH AVE., H.
BENEFITS FOR THE
MASONIC, WIDOW AND ORPHAN'S
HOME.
MEAIS W1U BE SERVED DAY AND NIGHT.
ville Tuesday.
Rev. F. W. Gardner was called to
Erin Thursday to attend a funeral
liev. W. C. Smith. Pres d ne Elder
of C. M. E. Church, was In the city
haturday
Mr. William Keesee returned from
AT 8:30 P. M. A GRAND MUSICAL
PROGRAM WILL BE RENDERED.
Chorus By St. John's Choir Nashville Saturday
Aaah Miss F. Smith
Duet.. Misses E. Hendrey and Stubbs
Ruth Mrs. Wm..Oden
Solo Miss Emma Cheairs
Esther Mrs. A. P. Woods
Music By little Ruth Upshaw
Mr. Nace Dixon came In from Nash
ville Saturday.
Mr. Dillard Ballard, after spending
veral riavs with rplntlvoo q frar,Aa
several days with relatives a.!" friends
returned to Chicago. 111.. bo."rrlav
night. . v
Mr. Leslie Shirley came In from
Martha Mrs. P. J. Ewlne ,:r'kuTr. A .""U1
Wr.,mnt.i swA mi-- Ar t " UL euay ana leu ior
ncta :-rs- B- stwI Dr- c- v- Roraan of Nashville, was
iU1&s upueiia Alexander the guest of Dr. R. T. Burt Sunday.
selection Prof. F. Work Dr. S. Jefferson snent Siindnv in
Nashville,
Mr. Henry Hutchines came In from
Tuskegee, Ala., Sunday and left for
lfil Paso. Tex., via St. Louis
Rev.F. W. Gardner went to Guthrie.
Ky., and delivered the Odd Fellow's
Rnniccinn - free during tiie day.
At Night, I5C;&25C. Couple.
TtCMT-SfMRS: A. B. Carter, and P. Wlllllams.
MRS. K. B. CARTER. President. MISS flORENCE SMJIH, Sec
COLUMBIA NOTES.
The annual thanksgiving services
of the Grand U. O. of O. F. was held
at St. Paul A. (M. E. Church Sunday,
May 12. The sermon was . delivered
by Dr. T. W. Stevens. An address on
Odd Fellowship. W. H. Oeleton: ad
dress in behalf of Household of Ruth,
No. 95, Miss Maggie Wlngfield; ad
dress in behalf of Juveniles, No. 10,
Miss Corene Kennedy, were on the
program. Prof. J. H. Kelly was mas
:er of ceremonies.
A May Festival will be held at
Bethel A. M. E. Church, beginning
May 15, for three days and nights.
Miss Henrietta Hyde will be "Queen
of the May."
A marriage that came as a surprise
was that of Mr. Floyd Conner and
Miss Mary Young. They are at the
home of the groom's parents, Mr and
Mrs. John Conner on Washington
street.
PARADE
Re
FOR. LODGES.
M 'X. X
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MrR. Dora Brvant la milta etolr at
the home of her. father, Mr. William at any price desired.
uoDDins, or Eleventh street.
Leonard Lowery. son of tNrs. Jennie
WIgf all, died May 8, after a' lingering
illness.
Miss Fannie Bowser was the guest
of Miss Magnolia Danlal Sunday.
PLATE I,
We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
as per illustration given above, at prices
according to quality of 'materials and
trimmings, ranging from $.r0 to $75; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110; band
embroidered bullion work' from $l!55 to
$260. Specifications furnished on banners
KM. rKISTON TAY10R, W. T. HIGHT0WIR. MARK PARKER
J. H. ADAM, W. S. THOMPSON.
All Mister Man from ivrrv T nAm ... I ThanVootlvlnir rtrof t-n Cnrnfair
invited And Kanuttd .a tmA ttil. P.... R.. I . t i. i. r- n , , ...
ofth.Uc.ldommhU.ofth. T Vnk O ' W . OUllUl, 01 UHlCagO. 111.,
Hom.. r 1 is in tne city.
Mr. Richmond N. Barksdale went to
Louisville, Ky., Sunday.
Mr. Richard Bibbs left for Louis
ville, Ky., Sunday.
Mr. Walter Leavell, of Louisville.
Ky., came In Sunday.
Mr. G. H. Laprade, of Hopklnsville,
Ky., was In the city Sunday.
Mr. M. C. Dunbar spent Sunday at
Sailors Rest, Tenn.
Miss Rosa Keesee returned home
TOUSSAINT L'OUVERTURE.
This soldier statesman and martyr
with a mere handful of men held at
bay sixty ships and 30,000 trained
soldiers the flower of the French
army and navy. Wendell Phllllns
pronounced TOUSSaint the greatest TUnnrlnv oftfr a snocsful cphl form
I.AnArol .Via ...s.11 J.. 1 T-ki I . ..
uuviai wuuu uaa piuuucea. Jric- m tne country.
tures of this great Negro, and of t."
eminent colored people, sold by The
Colored American Novelty Co., P. O.
Drawer 2318, Washington, D. C.
Agents wanted.
5 jir. wm. vvnue, oi uixon, Tenn.,
was in the city Monday.
Mrs. Lucy Neavell has as her guest
her sister, Mrs. Carter, of Chicago,
111.
HOT SPRINGS NOTES.
Mrs.- Ellen Perry Elliott, of Hot
Springs, Ark., proprietress of the
Elliott Hotel, and former student of
Roger Williams University, gave a
successful entertainment at the hotel
for the benefit of her alma mater.
Mrs. Nannie Wilson, sister, of Mrs.
Elliott, prepared the supper. A pro
gram of speeches, music and recita
tions was rendered. Music was fur
nished by the Hot Springs Band.
Among those present was Mr. R. E.
Page, a graduate of Roger Williams
University.
The rendition of "Emancipation
Day,", by Mr. Tom Logan, comedian
and stage director, added much to
the evening's pleasure. A neat sum
was realized, . which will be turned
over to the proper authorities.
Before leaving Nashville and ;.er
old home, which she visited in Febru
ary, Mrs. Elliott subscribed for the
Globe, which she finds much pleasure
in reading.
OLYMPIC PARK INSPECTED.
On Thursday evening a party of
citizens visited the Olympic Park, a
new addition to Greater Nashville, for
outing and pleasure-seekers. The
party was under the direction of the
Board of Directors, headed by Dr. P.
R. Burrus, who is president of the
Olympic Park Company, and Dr. R, S.
White, the secretary. They met at
3:30 o'clock at Burrus' drug store,
corner Cedar and McLemore streets,
and went to the park In wagons. It
is said that every one present was
highly pleased with the arrangements
it is the intention of the manace-
ment of the park to give Nashville
another up-to-date, first-class resort
The inspecting party reports that all
modern Improvements have been
made, and that carpenters, painters
and other mechanics are at work
daily making preparations for the
opening day.
The regular way of reaching the
park will be by boat from the Broad
way wharf. Upon reaching the
park, a special and convenient landing
has been erected. The boats are to
leave every hour. It Is expected that
the opening days. Mav 25. 2(i and 27
will be three-of the biggest days in
Nashville. A Globe .representative
has had several long talks with prom
inent men identified In this move
ment. One of them stated that ovc?
$50,000 would be spent In Improve
ments, grounds, etc., and that the club
house, which overlooks the baseball
grounds, would be unexcelled. The
opening days will be eagerly looked
forward to by hundreds of people.
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PLATE 2.
This shows a verv oooular desien for
G. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made
of white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur-,
tain, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf
and oil colors, back of red banner sateen.
Trimmed with imported gold lace, fring i
tassels, etc. iardwooa pole, wood cro
bar, rin cover and holster. Prices : $
U 3. Jf'. "ii the khave Banners will e
made for any other orgwA on at sanm
prices, changing emblems and lettering
to suit the Order. :: :: ::
For further information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. II. BOYD, Secretary.
523 Second Ave., N. Nashville. Tenn.
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone'. 3443-R.
Dr, J, B. Singleton,
DENTIST
Professor of Operative Dentistry and teach
er of Orthodontia and Dental Me
tallurgy Meharry Medical
College,
TEETH EXTRACTED BY SUMNER FORM
METHOD ALL CLASSES OF DENTAL
WORK NEATLY DONE.
OFFICE:
408 Cedar St.
RESIDENCE:
1116 Jefferson St.
8-29-07 tf.
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