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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1007.
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CHURCH
New
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NTIL the large number of people who are never seen in churches
church in this vicinity will have a set of seats that will be clean,
thev will not be seen inm'dp n rhnrrli Man-u rlmi-Mmo
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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 high
prices, shoddy goods and no terms. This barrier has been removed by the Church Supply Depart
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
They 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 condition, can secure a set of these by a small cash payment, have 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. L. Kirkpatrick, pastor of the St. John Maptist Church, Pearl St.; Rev. J L.
Harding, pastor of tin? North Third Avenue Baptist Church, both of whom hive seated with new
style church seats; Rev. G. R. Taylor, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, comer Stevens and De
luge Sts.; Rev. Win. Haynes, pastor of Sylvan Street Church, Shelby Avenue, who have installed the
church pews, jt u jt J , j J J
g oTIT CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT g
g National Baptist Publishing Board, g
R. H. BOYD, Secretary. Q
O. A. DORTCH,
FURNITURE
AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 482.
S. E. Corner Broadway and Third Avenue,
'Phone 4496 L
The Spa Creamery,
C. T. CORPEY, Prop.
Nashville, Tenn., 4-1 i, 1907.
Owing to the growth of our business, after May 1st our branch at 532 Main
street, Mr. R. II. Tabor, will deliver from 1 qt. up, and retail also. Mr. Mason,
1304 Kayne Avenue, S., our other branch will deliver like wise. We ask the pub
lic in general to please order Saturday evening or early Sunday morning so we may
Continue our promptness. (Spaw.)
The SPA CREAMERY,
Telephone, Main, 44!M5-L.
12 07 tf
If yon want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want lo rent,
SEE
T, CLAY MOORE,
THE KKAIj K ST ATE AUENT,
41t CEOAK ST., 1M)Y1 HUlLMNtJ,
Phone Main Mi 7. (I'p Stairs.)
TO RESPONSIBLE PERSONS
On Their Own floto
WITHOUT SECURITY.
s
THE KENTUCKY LOAN CO.,
316;i (III! lit STRKKT : IP STAIRS,
lluom 7 Twin IimMing,
NASHVILLE,
TENN,
WASHING BY THE POUND.
The Economical Stoum Laundry is
making a spcchlty of Rough dry work.
Scrifl your clothes and have them
washed at ij cents a pound. All
sheets, bed pprco.U?i stc, ironed.'
Honey
Loaned
SEATS AND
CHURCH
pa -
Styles Cheap and Endurable.
Comfort and Beauty Combined.
NASHVILLE, TEM.
Cor. Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street
C T. COFFEE,
HENDERSON CROSSROADS NOTES.
Saturday was decoration at Balrd's
Grove. The church and Sunday
school turned out in full to pay hom
age to the dead. Miss Rhodia Shan
non read a paper on Obedience. Miss
Willie May read a paper on Decora
tion; Rev. .Tames R. Burke preached at 11
o'clock. The sermon was full of vim
and vigor for a stronger love. The
pulpit was then occupied by Rev. C.
II. Gardner, who appealed for a
stronger tie of love. The congrega
tion then marched to the cemetery,
where the sacred work of decoration
was solemnly performed. The audi
ence was" then addressed by Prof. B.
F. Phelps, who put vim and vigor Into
the exercises of the day by a brilliant
oration on Decoration Day: Why We
Decorate; What is Taught by Decora
tion; and How We Should Feel After
We Had Performed the Solemn Duty.
Rev. Horace Betty, pastor of Cedar
Point iM. E. Church, was with us.
Mr. George Clark and Miss Norah
Huddleston were quietly married Sun
day. Our ex-soldiers, Mr. Henry Newby
and Mr. Julius Beagles have a happy
time talking over their war experi
ences. MURFREESBORO NOTES.
The Ladies' Aid Society gave a May
Festival Wednesday and Thursday
night. They raised $20.43. Quite an
enjoyable time was witnessed. Mrs.
G. B. Brady is the President; Mrs. J.
B. McClellan, Secretary.
Mrs. J. IA. Windrow was hostess
at dinner Sunday In honor of Mr. and
Mrs, West Dostic, o! Nashville. T&oso
PEWS
can be assured that every
comfortable and invitinir
t.: i n .
present were Mesdames J. B. Brady,
J. B. Sublett, H. P. Scales, Misses
Johnnie Oneal, Elma A. Williams and
Mr. Preston Scales.
Miss Ora Green, who has been in
Walden University, has returned
home for vacation.
Mesdames Tennie Williams and
Carrie Shane spent Thursday in Nash
ville, the guests of Mrs. R. C. Eason.
Messrs. George Taylor and Frank
Waters -are -on the sick list.' -
Mrs. R. B. Meeks, entertained the
Ladies' Embroidery Club Saturday,
May ii, at her home, South iManey
avenue. After the regular routine of
business was carried out a tempting
menu of salmon salad, beaten biscuit,
peas, pickle, cream ' and cake was
served. Those present were Mes
dames J. B. Sublett, G. B. Brady, Hor
ace Mitchell, A. L. Nelson, Mamie
Vaughn J. B. McClellan, Annie Ran
som, Katy Page, Misses Etna How
land, Matilda Green, Maggie Nelson,
Beulah Miller, and Elma A. Williams.
Masters James Bass and James Al
exander spent Sunday in the city
with their grandmother.
Miss John Ella Bass spent Sunday
at Double Springs.
EBENEZER NOTES.
We are glad to say that Miss Lil
lie Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Hall, Is improving. Miss
Hall is sadly missed in the Sunday
school, as she is one of our leading
teachers.
Mr. William Howlette, superintend
ent, has been very ill for the past few
days, but we are glad to say that he
is somewhat better.
Messrs. Hazzie Huggins, Henry
Walker and other young men of the
community left for Chicago Friday
night.
Mrs. Amelia Huggins will leave for
Chicago the first of next month.
Rev. Mr. Jones, graduate of the the
ological department of Walden Uni
versity, preached an able sermon
Sunday morning.
Patronize Mrs. Carrie V. Young,
316 Eighth avenue, North, who rep
resents a Chicago firm. Taking or
ders for Imported Perfumes, Toilet
Waters, Face Powder, Face Creams
and Skin Lotions, Talcum Powder,
Sachet Powders, Hair Preparations,
Toilet Soaps, Laundry Soap, Soap
Powder, Scouring Soap, Tooth Prep
arations, Sundries, Oil and Polishes,
Baking Powder, Spices, Coffees, Teas,
Starches, Soda, Family Remedies, Fla
voring extracts, Fruit Colorings.
Mrs. Young's business has grown so
much for the last six months that the
firm gave her the general agentship
of Tennessee. Through the firm she
has already appointed for Nashville
Mr. James Hurt, North Nashville;
Mr. B. J. Trimble, West Nashville;
Mrs. Caldonie Dizard, East Nashville.
Give us your patronage. We give
coupons for every 25-cent purchase,
which is redeemable in Rogers silver,
imported china, dolls, rings, cuspidors,
Jardinieres, water pitchers, Watches,
teapots, etc., at race value.
PRINCE HERRMAN.
Prince I Ierrman and Duke Berry man
invite everybody in the world and
half the people In the moon, and a
committee of seven thousand from
planet Jupiter to attend their Royal
reception during the Incoming week
at the following-named places:
Hightower Hall, benefit Avon
Lodge, No. 5, S. D. of A., Monday
night, May 20.
The Court House, Lebanon, Tenn.,
Tuesday night, May 21.
Carthage, Tenn., Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, Wednesday and Thursday
nights, May 22 and 23.
Watertown, Tenn., Baptist Church.
Friday and Saturday nights, May 24
and 25.
You and everybody else are invited
to attend your own church or some
body else's church every Sunday and
every other time you get a chance.
DR. BOYD'S TRIP.
Dr. R. H. Boyd, Secretary of the
National Baptist Publishing Board,
left the city Tuesday evening for
Washington, D. C, where he goes to
attend the Executive Board meeting
of the National Baptist Convention,
at which time the program for the
next National meeting, which is to be
held in Washington, will be arranged.
It Is learned that Dr. Boyd will be in
Washington several days and will
then go to New York City. From there
he will go to the state of Vermont for
two or three days. It is expected
that he will then return to Richmond,
Va., where the Southern Baptist Con
vention (white) will be in session.
On his return home he will stop at
the Jamestown Exposition. His visit
there will be for the purpose of select
ing space for the exhibits of the Bap
tist Publishing Board, which has al
ready been agreed upon. Dr. Boyd
stated to a Globe reporter that the
Baptists wanted to make a creditable
exhibit, and would do so if sufficient
space could be had and if the Baptists
would lend their support. He is not
able at this time to say just when the
exhibit will be ready, but will know
more definitely upon his return what
will be done.
PRINCE HERRMAN FREE TRIP TO
JAMESTOWN.
One pastor Is far In the lead in the
sale of Prince Herman's "Reflections
of a Dreamer," and many others are
determined to .secure . one . of these
wonderful trips.
Help your pastor by purchasing a
dozen or so copies of the Reflections.
ODD FELLOWS.
The Trimble Citv Lodsre. No. 3448.
NRomi Household of Ruth, No. 2011,
and the Juveniles of G. TJ. O. of O. F.
"elebrated their annual thanksgiving
Inst Sunday at Mt. Gilead Baptist
Church. Dr. Stanford, a member of
Brookside Lodge, No. 1585. and
Household of Ruth, No. 49, G. U. O. of
O. F., delivered the sermon. This Is
the youngest lodge in the city that
has such a large deposit in the bank
drawing interest. There were twelve
applicants for membership in the so
ciety. "TAKE HIGH GROUNDS."
This utterance was frequently
iven by the late Norris Wright
Cuney, the great Texas leader, when
making a defense or an appeal for
his people. His memory still lives in
the heart of all loyal Texans. A mag
nificent engraving has just been made
and is offered for sale for the small
sum of fifty cents ($.50). Address The
Colored American Co., P. O. Drawer
2318, Washington, D. C. Agents
wanted.
HELIOTROPE CIRCLE.
The Heliotrope Circle met Monday,
May 13, at the residence of Mrs. J. II.
Franklin, 815 Ninth avenue, South.
The President. Mrs. Houston, being
absent, Mrs. N. E. Jernagin presided.
After the business of the circle was
transacted, some time was spent in
embroidering, after which a very de
lightful four-course menu was served.
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
I. Cunningham, Bass street, Monday,
May 27.
PARLOR CONCERT.
There will be a musicale at the res
idence of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Doug
lass, 1306 Jackson street, Wednesday
night .May 22, for the benefit of Queen
Esther Court, No., 24, 1 1. O. O. I. C
All court members and friends are in
vited to attend.
ITIUJI ILUHL tomtoKctlicrnt om-time the
price of lli-st class clnthiiitf. I'mlor our liberal
pinn yon miy t no hest and don't inis the money
while payinlf for them. Von onlv av $1.00 iY
week or $T) 00 per month Yon can easily make
your payments with the small amounts you
usually wnsir
MONARCH CLOTHING COMPANY,
403 Church t. 0?p, Maxwell Hoyse,
140-07 tf
PARRISH
98
SHOES
lOlt MEN. WOMEN
AND BOYS.
EQUAL AST $3.50 OR "Si.OO
SHOES 0.H THE MARKET.
THE UKJUT STORE ON THE
WiON(J SIDE OF THE STREET.
421 - UHIOS STREET - 421
2 Doors W ast Southern Express
OIUcc.
Mo-onr
Need anything
- Call on i J
Richard Hill,
NOTARY PUBLIC
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch
ALL - BUSINESS - CONFIDENTIAL
Is your life insured? Is your . house
and Furniture Insured? Aren t
You tired paying Rent?
TE L E 1110 XE MAIN 1889.
CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN.
Incorporated Under the laws of Tennessee.
OneCent Savings Bank.
. . CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking business. In
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
K. H. Boyd, President,
J.W. Bostick, Vice President.
J. C. Napier, Cashier,
CN. Langston, Teller.
411 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH,
NASHVILLE. ... TENNESSEE.
BIG GROCERS
OF
SOUTH NASHVILLE,
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All goods
strictly FIRST CLASS. We carry a full
line of Everything in the
grocery line.
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OP
EVERYBODY.
801 Evving Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
Tel. Main. 3638 Y.
PRICE LIST.
2 2 lb. cans of corn J5C
2 2 11). cans of early June peas 15c
2 3 lb cans of bartlet peas 20c
2 2 !b. cans of rpberries 15c
McCaskey Nut Meg with Grater 10c
'Can't He Heat on the Market."
1-4 07 tf.
MR. W. J. BLANTON,
Will furnihh you with s nice line of
Jewelry, Eve (lasses, Watches, Rings
Bracelets and Necklaces.
An Assortment of Jewelry will be brought
to your home by request.
Easy terms can be secured after first payment.
Orders Promptly Filled.
Address A7. J. BLANTON,
With 1). Lowonlicim & Co.,
4M3.,29-07"ml F"Urtl' 1V' "11' tlm'' Mn m'
LODGE DIRECTORY.
The Sons of Relief.
Meets- at Boyd Building on Cedar
street, first and third .Wednesdays o
each month.
H. P. CARTER. President
JAS. T? ANTwrjan-NT c-.
ILL 1111

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