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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, I.1AY 17, 1907.
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OUR NATIONAL DROPHEAD
MACHINES!
BALL BEARINGS! EASY RUlltllHG!! PERFECT STITCHIIIG!!!
THE MACHINE CAN BE CONVERTED INTO A NEAT AND
ATTRACTIVE DESK WHEN NOT IN USE.
G. U. 0. of 0. F.
LODGE DIRECTORY,
Annual Thanksgiving Service at Lea GRAND LODGE K OF P.
Avenue Christian Church. Q. C,-J. r. uw
Sunday, May 12
Tn Paa RtreeL Nashville, Tenn
Grand entertain- n v rT M. STEGALL.
inent at the nail, Monday night, May Humboldt, Tenn.
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Sunday and Monday were gaia aays unatuiuuu&,
for tne Urand united Order o udo. Q. p. REV. T. J. TOWNSEND,
HPiinws of iashviiie. Tne main tea- Box 148, Brownsville, Tenn.
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mres were tne grand rally ana q. m. or . juuu",
rnanksgmng sermon, whicii too 850 E. 8th Street, wuuvs.
place at ea Avenue ,Ta
. muich, Sunday atternoon, between a va uwi w at Ti?W
, ana o ciock. very . one of the a,. K. .B. S.-DIt .B. W.. JULEN.
ve looses, au uw co.
A GOOD MACHINE AT FAR LESS THAN HALF PKlCbl ps gp - - "7 Wme.
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cess, iney came nuw nuiiu, oumu, PniooVl Tenn.
.. . J r,.im1 I f-l h l Atl ir I
I i-ho inures mints and iuvemles on Q. M.K. is, uiuii,
me west side oi the liver assembled . n. .
at their nail on fourth avenue, Mortn, G. O. G.-A. W. T
Tins handsome aua maitUea t0 tae ;cnurch, headeu TWHM?q TURNER,
Cabinet Drop- oy the lamous u. u. O. o U. a . oand. Nashville Tenn.
lieaa oewmg iua- uev. riesiuu. lajuu, t,.. P DR. A. M TOWNSEND,
chines is one of the the order to "marca." The line of U. m. n. " st Na8hvllle, Tenn.
latest models, and - ----- 2-23-06-utf
ENDOWMJCNT BOARD: W. F. Roy
ta w t, Pansier. Secy-
B. F. Johnson, Treas., B. J. Fernandli.
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BAM
All Styles and Prices.
latest moueis, anu " w . .
j r tn' lion of tne city to the churcn.
is made of carefully I TnanivSgiving Sermor
Noi 2i Seven Drawers.
selected quarter
sawed Golden Oak,
highly polished and
ornamented with
marquetry finish
on drawers and
cabinet. It also
has a tape-measure
marked in colors on
top part of woodwork.
Tne TnanivSgiving bermon was
preacned by Key. T. J. Lewis.
mimitiv at 2 n. m. the service was
J. ivmjviii '
uegun witn song and prayers by tbe
Onapiain. Kev. Lewis made an ex
cellent address to the different Orders.
ivionday the entire day and a part
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I MCMBEH
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TamrnM LODGE. NO. 2. K. OF P.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cor I
ivionday the entire day and a part Qer 0f yjf fa ana Capitol avenues, u
of tne night were given to ceiebrai- aecond and fourth Wednesdays ot each
ing. A banquet and amusements month. . .
were enjoyed. The building was B6cond and rourtn lnurBaays ui a
nandsomeiy decorated ana lignted tor I month.
in meht entertainment
The ' entertainment committee
spared no pains to see that every one
enjoyed tbemselves. They prepared
refreshments at the hall for tne even-
J. W. BLAINE, U. U. .
W: L. CANSLER, K. 01 k. d.
A TENYEAR GUARANTEE ACCOMPANIES EACH ORDER.
4 1 r NGER LODGEl NO. I.
i o.-.tm T-Tall onrner of
ing. The hall was thrown, open dui- Ceaar t j fticUmore streets, second
mvr tho rinv and evening, inere wasi. r..,.th
This is strictly a high
grade machine of
the drop head pattern,
made in accordance with
Twentieth Century ideas,
finely bnilt, light running,
easily managed, durable
and handsomely finished.
Itisequalin EVERY PAR
TICULA.Rto the -machines
sold through agents at from
$40.00 to $(S0.00. We do not
offer these machines in com
petition vr ith the cheap and
roughly built machines
which are being advertised
at almost any price the
purchaser is willing to pay.
But we offer those wno de
sire a really high-graae ma.
chine an opportunity to
get one for LESS THAN
HALF what such amacnine
would cost if bought irom
an agent.
mvr tho rinv and evening. There was
i pienty of music. Both old and young
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i spent an enjoy auie nine.
Two gold medals win oe given,
thP Lnderc and one to the KUtb,
i a I.-. 1 i- nn rv
tnat nas raised tne largest sum ui
money.
Children's Day Program Now Ready.
j We take pleasure in announcing
that the program for Children's J-ay,
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which snouid be ooserveu uy an Sun
day schools in the united otates, .a
now ready. The program is one oi
and tourth Mondays ot each month.
Jit V. tt. tJuntvuo, v.
W. A JAMES. iL- Of R. 3.
3-16-06 utl
LVANHOE LODGE. NO. 8.
. th Pvthlan Tfimnle. cor
ut-i of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the
J. E. MILLER, K. ot and B
3-n-0 ott
"rail
i'v-
TYREE LODGE NO 11.
. fA Prthtnn Temrde. cor
vihh nri rnnitnl avenues, tnf
the best ever gotten out. it is voi- wedne9days of eac
m ts.1v 9 and ia r.ronaiPfl esne- I "ST BUU IUIMJ
daily for Children's Day, which is to on. ALLISON C C
Q hoiH Siinrtav. ..uhe y. 1907. The r J:..Lm xr t nail
w.u. rf, ' I T H NM in. "V U ' tV. -
order or exercises is arrauou uu .! .y.Q utf
inside of tne cover ana uuum;a juoi,
i now the program should be used. The
, Scripture reading, tne singing, a
1ST- i 3
No. I. Five Drawers.
LIGHTFOOT LODGEi, NO 17,
.4 vi . Dvtvitan Tpmnifl, cornet
well as the verses for reciting ana . w ,;"r.vontie the firs
. aecamauona have, beea select eSE'Sfi
with all possible care. xnes inwN P PORTER. C. C.
grams will be distributed gratuitous- a l, flADDOX, K ot R. and 3.
iy to ail Dunuay " " - 2.JS-06-utf
i v tn tup i animal isauusi x uunou-
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ing Board at ozi in. ivxanvet succi,
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"IDc 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-
SOLI) BY THESUPPLY DEPARTMENT
OF THE
National Baptist Publishing Board,
ing Board at 523 N. Market s reet Qp ?
Nashville Tenn and agree to give a runn. -
col ectfon ?o home mteion,. Nearly Meet, .t tt.thlan Tempi.. C where.
an-ot mo music to u PIJ 1 ' TSftSS?
a. sri E TKSCfwV-- e s as
&unuay senuoia, tucjr ..nfi-utf
their program? in time, so tnat tue - - -
music and pieces may be well re- Cjw T( rnade of the best
hearsed by the scholars. Hundreds HARMONY LODGE, NO. 67, K. of P. J hVj are maae OI IHC Dl
of orders have already been nlled.
TaAfa at Renevolent Hall, corner E. . . , A
R. H. BOYD, D. D., Secretary
523
Sccoiul Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
I. E. ALSUP
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TELEPHONE 1277.
W. H. McGAVOCK
Residence Phone J 45 8.
ALSUP & McGAVOCK
Undertokers
AND-
Embalmers
HEALERS IN
FUNERAL SUPPLIES,
from the Cheapest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
413 4th Ave., N., Nashville.
of orders have already been filled.
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Only a few days and tne suypiy ww
be exhausted.
DAVIS OUTRAGE FURNISHES THE
OPPORTUNITY.
(Continued from Page 4.)
same President found out that the
uarbarities of Spam upon its suujio
in Cuba were a crime against hu
manity and put into acuun
oa miiri ultimately bring
a&ciino t3 "vn -
auout war between the two countries.
dile tears over Spain's cruelties was
the nobbling up ol uuoa. iue b
.,v. nniipn mntPfialied: bbain
I 111 til l. 3 1U1H-J ..v . -authority
was swept from the West-
I i n m ioiihOI'O nil 1 1 1-" I liltO uuvm
sions taken in tow by the big Republic
of Noith America.
Hran7S satin ribbon, stamped with
fourth Tuesday nights of each month.
pure gold leat ana Trim
med with imported gold
bullion fringe.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. NO. 72, K
OF P.
Meets at the Pythian Temple, cornel
,f Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
wd fourth Mondays of each month
DR. J. A. MCMILLAN. C C.
THOMAS C. MOORE, K. of R
.and S.
"Write os for prices and specifications,
stating the number of badges
you want.
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Dress as Well as the Wealthiest.
We sell the very finest MEN, HOYS and
CIULDUENS' SUriS, LADIES' NKIKTS an,
WAISTS on Credit. You can dres j . wtl
the wealthiest and only p.iy $1.00 per week
or $5.00 per monih.
MONARCH CLOTHING CO.,
40:1 Church St.
Opposite Muxwdl House.
LOOKING LONESOME
A deserted and lonesome appear- demand' reparation in some
ance can be noticed the moment one an ena
pnters soutn iNasnvnie. mcuanj
0. II. PHELPS,
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Beef, Mutton, Pik, Shusbko, Salt Moats, a d all
Vegetables In Season.
Telephone, ln SWM, "3 Sixtl, Are., South.
irini 7
,.,,f Wuirion h:is closed and the exo
dus of students from these two de
partments to some extent depopulates
this section of the city. One always
hales to see the time come when so
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many conRonlal ana weu-uenavt-u nations oi me bni - S i
voiuv Deonle must tale themselves mat characterizes mat ui -
Zr frt. cw,y -ace, back A .he Ami.lc," T ey nn,st .mem-
in their homes Many of them have .er lhat Uie Negro tan not .Moui
IS pressed a Lire to retuni -ed y Uiem done to
at the beginning of the school term. n n nu . o a
A few have lingered behind, loath to jj- a pretext for the big
Ifiive Nashville and an expression has t0 can.y out lts program ol
hn.it'i nnnnc nnn v iriini m. i r: vv 1 t.ihi.n iriii
Uft'll 1 1 til U vn,Vlinw.iiiiij n .
remaining that It is their intention
to spend the summer here If it can
bo done profitably,
CARNATION CLUB.
-r r k TA., fin f DVT H inert the
Spain's Carnation club at her residence, J-o
Edgehill street, aiouuw av.
The house was beautifully decorated
d nlants. Un tne
DUS taivcn m i-v" " I Willi uut .u"v. v- .
Noith America. sideboard were vases of American
Atw inctnnrfi is Atlanta, where t. forna -The table was
scores of Negroes were butchered, yet d mely decorated, the centerpiece PM!chini RnanJ
nothing like justice came to any ot lautiful piece of drawn linen National BdptlSt Publishing BOaW
din murderers and no word went "tins carnations. . .
forth from the general vernment oi receiving
even in the shape of a moral protest 2 The President, Mrs.
.gainst the honor. But here in a fa by MrB. C Dun. n inter.
axvay land is one man bud ecieu iu carried out. Mrs.
nutra're and the whole nauou, imuugu esims yib C11hrf
outia0e anu inc vv nffrnnt D a sinima read a paper, subject.
us representative, Iesc , ' "' I ' , Xt" na Piti7.Pn:" Mrs. M. L.
rne ixefei'j T. . .
Fowler, solo; Mrs. John Bram let
nade an address to the club. After
he program was carried out an hour
snent in work and an elaborate
wns served. The club had as
as-Addrcss
R. II. BOYD, fec'y.
"f?2S Serflnd Ave.. N.
NASI1VIL1E, TENN
Those little republics existing on
the narrow neck between the two
Americas had better keep well within
niMcnm nf thfi his Northern Ke-
public, or any of them may hnd their Mrs w s starks. oth-
tenure of existence as .independent e b Mesdames R F
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GO TO
THE CSU (JHOCKH,
1806 JEFFERSON STREET,
iVaddy, C. S. liond, w.
)uff, P. A. Simms, John for First-ClllSS Staple FllIlCV
Pullen, H. Tinner and g j (, T fc
7 C
FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY
FLYING JENNY. ririft Tflh,a nrifpr. Frph F(vO"e.
v.o steam Merry-Go- &fa
,ri it M Rnrns. 1 . A. Turner, iu.
.i;n uu, " - .
I. Fowler, T. Waddy, C. S. Bond, w
M. Rucker, C. Duff
Bramlet, H. L
H. Duff.
nnntw to rnrrv out Its prouiaiu ui ... rt v,Q atpnm Merry-uo-
m otectoiate expansion, which will L" Grundy street. I bave 24 Our Tolicy Cash Sales ami Small Trofite
erve its tuture purpose wucu w we . tp nti t ama riasnvuio uu. .vujr w
canal ia completea,
h Pi
F, BROWN, Meager, I n-34-,06-tf
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