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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1907,
PIANOS 11 SALE
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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 f, 0, 10, 12 and 14.
The tone of these instruments is unexcelled
for its exquisite quality.
THE ARTIST UPRIGHT
GRAND PIANOS
are pre-eminent. The toiu 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 ofan 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,
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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
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THE CUSTOM HOUSE LIVERY
STA1ILE.
Flrst-llass Livery on Short Notice.
712 and 714 Broadway,
May Festival Last Week a Great
Success.
The members of St John A. M. E.
Church will hold a rally Sunday for
the purpose of raising funds for re
pairing the church for the reception
of the thousands of delegates that
will attend the national session of the
Allen Christian Endeavor Depart
ment which convenes here from July
2 to 8, inclusive. The trustees of the
church hope to raise at least two hun
dred and fifty dollars.
The May Festival which was con
ducted last week was a success finan
cially, despite the fact that the weath
er the better part of the week was in
clement. This festival was conducted
by the Camp Societies of the Church,
which operate to liquidate the indebt
edness. In June the Endeavor League will
hold their annual entertainment in the
nature of a flower contest. The dates,
it is learned, will be the tenth and
eleventh.
Nashville,
Tenn.
BUSTER, THE N. B. P. B. MASCOT.
Perhaps it is well known by the
citizens of Nashville that the National
Baptist Publishing Board has the dis
tinction of being the first religious
publishing house in Nashville to have
prayer service as a part of its daily
routine. But they do not know that
the prayer service is attended every
morning by one unique guest, the
dog, "Buster," the pet and property of
Dr. Boyd's youngest son. Every morn
ing promptly at half-past nine Buster
goes to the prayer service. Buster is
a fine specimen of the water spaniel
and fox terrier, and has a beautiful
black and white coat of silky hair. It
stands to reason that he has above the
average intelligence for dogs, for
does he not go to prayers? He takes
his place on the platform where the
ministers and guests sit. Does that
not show more than average dog
sense, too? Of course he sometimes
sleeps in service, but do not some
people do so too? As a rule he is a
very acceptable church member
When service is over he trots grace
fully down and joins the line of busy
workers. Who will doubt that dogs
have deep intelligence? A significant
question is, Who taught Buster tat
what hour to go to prayer? Some will
say, "Oh! he is just following the
crowd." But who knows? Is , there
not some deeper intelligence still?
THE PEOPLE'S ICE CREAM PARLOR
11 35 JEFK USOX STliKKT.
I now open to the public the newly
and oleganlly furnished throughout,
first-class pleasure resort in the city
for colored people. We have Ice
Ci earns, Sherbets and cold drinks of
every flavor. Just the place to sucn-1
the hot afternoons pleasant'..1. P. s'.
of service.
IV. II, 1UJ0WV, Mnnayer mi 1 Prop.
MR. TIBBS AT ROCK HILL
SCHOOL
Mr. Roy Tibbs, -who graduates from
the musical department of Fisk Uni
versity in June, gave a very fine piano
recital at the above-named school on
Wednesday night. The programme
was as follows:
Opening Chorus "Just a Gleam of
Heaven in her eyes" (Harris)....
School
Chromatic Waltz Goddard
Solo "Two little Irish maids"
Mrs. J. E. Miller
Etude ...Kullack
Praelude Grey
Duet Gypsie Countess
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Miller
Caprice Statenhagea
Beading Miss M. L. Patton
The Eagle McDowell
"To a Water Lily" McDowell
Reading "Sunburst" (Reid)
- Mrs. Miller
Le Gallop Raff
The audience was thoroughly
pleased and showed it by requesting
the "duet" and "opening chorus" to be
sung again and all Mr. Tibbs' selec
lions to be played again. Mrs Miller
finds it a pleasant task to train "her
children," and they always come be
fore the public well prepared. Several
white friends who were unable to at
tend the recital donated very liberally
SPRUCE ST. BAPTIST CHURCH
NOTES.
The Sacred Concert at Spruce
Street was a grand success. There
was a packed house and they were
royally entertained. After the con
cert Mrs. Wm. Kelly on behalf of the
ladies of the "Be Quick Club" pre
srnted the pastor a purse of $44.68
He wore a mighty broad smile.
The pastor delivered the Odd Fel
lows Thanksgiving sermon in Tulhv
homa on the second Sunday.
The May festival is now on at
Spruce Street Baptist Church.
Dr. T. J. Townsend went to Centre-
ville Monday and delivered the An
nual Sermon for Prof. Cllnnlson's
Commencement. "He will go to Nor
mal also' this week to deliver the An
nual Address to the Literary Society
of A. and M. College, this being the
thirty-second commencement. There
will be 90 graduates from all depart
ments. Mr. S. Toney will accompany
the castor to Normal.
c'iniiv. lar will be a great day
the h!sf-'" "f - r-"e Street Baptist
Church. The Nashville public is cor
BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES- CELE
BRATE ANNIVERSARY.
Sermon Preached at Clark Memorial
Church by Dr. W. S. Hammond.
Last Sunday afternoon Clark Memo
rial Chapel was packed from the pul
nit to the door and standing room was
at a premium. The occasion was the
annual sermon to the Benevolent bo
cieties and auxiliaries, B. O. No. 1, Lar
dies No. 2, B. O. No. 2, East Nashville,
and Nos. 25, 81, 106, 138, 147, and Aux
iliaries Nos. 115, 129, 131 and 139.
Promptly at 3:30 p. m., Mr. W. T.
Lewis, master of ceremonies, called
the meeting to order. After the reg
ular devotional exercises Mir. W. W.
Williams, president of Lodge No. 81,
in his forcible way gave a short his
tory of the Order.
After the regular ritualistic ceremo
nies and the lifting of collection, the
master of ceremonies introduced Dr.
Hammond, who was to preach the
sermon! He spoke very .compliment
ary of the beautiful appearance of the
Orders as they were coming to the
church. He said he had learned many
things since he ascended that ros
trum. He said the history of the Or
der given by Mr. Williams Impressed
him very deeply,, and when he looked
around at the emblems on the beau
tiful banners he was compelled to be-
rin to calculate. He spoke very Im
pressively of the triangle and what it
represented, and, said he, "You say it
represents Father. Son and Holy
Ghost, which means a great deal to
the" welfare of the Order. The heart
and anchor," he said,, "also represent
great things in life; these fundamen
tal principles are worthy of the honor
of all mankind." Rev. Mr. Hammond
nreached a wonderful sermon, at the
conclusion of which several came for
ward and joined the lodge.
The Benevolent Orders are among
the wealthiest in the city. They have
a large membership and own some
very valuable property in the way of
halls and plots of lands.
Following is the programme as ren
dered:
Orgnn Voluntary
Song By the Choir
Prayer By the Chaplain
Solo Miss Emma T. Chears
History of the Order.. W. W. Williams
Song By the Order
Collection
Sermon Dr. E. W. S. Hammond
Song "God be with you till we
meet again" By the Order
Benediction
Officers.
G. W. Hill, President.
Mrs. R. L. Brown, Vice President.
Mrs. M. B. Lewis, Secretary.
Jns. McCul lough. Treasurer.
Wm. Copeland, Chaplain.
W. T. Lewis, Master.'of Ceremonies
Frank Stump, Sr., Chief Marshal.
Jno. Buchanan, Mrs. Tennie L. Mc
lanahan and Mrs. Bettie Watson, As
sistants.
Finance Committee S. Jordon, S
Robertson, H. Owens, T. A. Ewing,
Mrs. Birdie Rodgers, Annie Gooch and
Mrs. T. Tate.
Ushers J. C. Maddox, E. Curtis,
Frank Stump, Jr., and W. IM. Cohn.
MISS THOMPSON RETURNS.
Miss Hazel Thompson, who has
been teaching p.t the American Mis
sionary Society's school at Albany,
Ga.. where she had charge of the de
partment of music, will arrive in the
city to-nltrht. Miss Thompson, who Is
a graduate of the musical depart
ment of Fisk, has. made an enviable
reputation as a teacher of music and
her many friends will be pleased to
welcome her to her home city. She
is one of the prominent members of
the Wednesday evening Musical Club,
in organization formed last year by
some of the young ladles of the city,
which was forced to suspend by the
will be resumed.
EBENEZER NOTES.
The congregation and Sunday schoo'
were called on last Thursday night to
introduce the Allen League to those
who might wish to take part. Brother
T. B. Welch was here in a happy
mood, for his words were of telling ef
fect, as also was Elder G. L. Jackson
formerly secretary of the Mite Mis
sionary Society, spoke words of en
rouragement. There were forty names
enrolled. The organization will be
had In the near future. We hope to
make this a great success. The pas'
tor, Rev. Nathan Smith, is working
hard for- his people. All praise for
him.
MARRIAGES.
Fdward Epps and Alice Roberson,
Thomas Storky and Mattie Thomp
son.
Thomas Thompson and Mammie
Lee Mullen,
Henry Bailey and Caroline Beard
Noble Rodes and Tennie Davis.
Miles Burns and Lula Lipscomb
PARADE
ANNEKS
FOR LODGES.
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We manufacture K. P. Lodee Banners
as per illustration given above, at prices
according to quality of materials and
trimmings; ranging from $50 to $75; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110 i hand
embroidered bullion work from $!!!& to
(200. Specifications furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: :: ::
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PLATE 2.
This shows a very popular design for
G. U. O. of O. P. 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, f rinp f
tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, wood cro
bar, run cover and holster. Prices I Q
Pi, lr " ' i the ahswe Banners wi 11 t
made for any other orgwJ. :on at sami
prices, changing emblems and lettering
to suit the Order. :: :: ::
For further information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board.
R. H. BOYD, Secretary.
523 Second Ave N. Nashville, Tenru
Offlct 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443-R.
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TEETH EXTRACTED BY SUMNER FORM
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