TUB NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1907.
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One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a
church or a Sunday school, is an organ one that
is built to suit the home, the congregation and
the financial condition of the people. This is what
a National Baptist organ will do.
The parlor organs are in three
Style No. 2 is 5 octaves, action
P, oak case only.
Style No. 3 is 5 and 6 octaves,
oak case only.
Style No. 5 is 5 and 6 octaves,
case is oak or walnut.
Style No. 75 is our new de
sign. It is quarter sawed, golden
oak polish and is put up in a six
SOLD FOR CASH OR. ON IN
APPLY FOR FURTHER INFORMATION TO THE
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary.
THE HIGH STANDARD
1214 Pearl Street, has been
completed. Every thing- clean
and the very best; in fact, a
first-class place where you can
feel comfortable. Our friends
are keeping us busy,
GIVE US A CALL. BEST OF
DON'T FOIUJET THE PLACE,
1214 Pearl St.,
Near 12th Ave., IN.
G. W. Brown, Prop.
Mr. J. W. DeWees, the advertising
specialist, Is in Hopkinsville Ky., at
present, and from all assurances is
Mr. F. II. Trammell, proprietor of
the Delraonico, 11G Fourth avenue,
South, is serving good things to eat:
Mr. Sterling V. Lofton, who has
been in the employment of Taylor &
Co., has severed his connection with
the collecting department.
Mrs. P. F. Hale, of Minneapolis,
Minn., is here visiting her ' mother,
Mrs. T. Jackson, of 1025 Eighteenth
S. R. SMITH,
Cosh Meat Market
"NOTFllVU HUT THE BEST"
Phone Main 3166-w 140 Fifth Avenue. S.
Voorhees & Simms
hew ai mm iit,D
Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done.
UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY.
Phone, Main 1342. 007 10th Ave. S.
Miss Mary Blunt was recently mar
ried to Mr. M. Thompvson.
Miss Pearl Watson is visiting Miss
Laura Bostic at Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hughes and
daughter, Gladys, -of 1303 Laurel
street, left for Chicago last week,
where they will reside in future.
Miss Laura Smith, of Lexington,
Ky., is visiting Miss Lizzie Julia Dean
Allen, of 138 Fourteenth aveune, N.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen, of Chat
tanooga, Tenn., were the guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Allen, of Fourteenth avenue, North,
Mrs. Edgar Britton, . of Tremont
avenus, entertained Mrs. Franklin, of
lnirteentn avenue, North, at dinner
Miss Sallie A. Ezell, one of the ef
ficient proof-readers of the Baptist
Publishing House, contemplates visit
ing her brother in Chicago some time
during the summer months.
The city schools close Wednesday.
Little Marie McKInney Singleton is
improving after a spell of measles.
Mr. Joe D. Avent spent Sunday in
the city. Mr. Avent graduated with
the class of 1907 from Atlanta Baptist
College. He left Monday for Chicaeo
Miss Willa Clendening, of Gallatin.
Tenn., spent last Sunday in the city,
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker.
The funeral services of Cornelius
Norton, the little son of Mr. Louis
Norton, who was at one time engineer
at the Baptist Publishing House, were
held last Monday afternoon at Mt,
Zion Baptist Church. Rev. S. A. Mat
thews and Jones were the officiating
Mrs. George L. Stratton, of Four
teenth avenue, North, i3 improving
Mrs. Delilah Ramsey, of Ninth ave
nue, North, and Shankland street, who
has been dangerously sick, is slowly
improving in health.
Mrs. Lou Lytle, formerly of BOG
Fourteenth avenue, North, left Thurs
day night for Chicago to live with her
niece, Mrs. Willie M. Reid, formerly
Miss Williams of this city.
Mrs. Horace M. Reid, of Jefferson,
Tenn., spent a week with her daugh
ters, Mrs. W. S. Lowe and Miss Ida
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lowe paid a vis
it to their father and mother, Rev. and
Mrs. Horace Reid and their brother
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ivo Collier, of
Mr. Henry Benson, of Hot Springs,
Ark., passed through the city last
week en route to Pulaski and Elkton
miss uiciie unen, or Fourth ave
nue, South, fell down a flight of stairs
at her home last Friday morning.
Miss Brien was considerably bruised
about the head and shoulders, but for
tunately no bones were broken.
Mrs. Porter Johnson left for Indian
apolis last Saturday. She will make
that city her home.
Miss Annie Mai Neely, of 906 Ce
dar street, left the city last Monday
night for Chicago, where she .will
spend the summer. She will visit St
Louis before her return in the fall.
Mrs. M. L. Fowler entertained the
Carnation Club at her residence, No
915 Deluge street, last Monday after
noon, in honor of her sister, Miss Eva
Murrell, who will graduate from the
High School next week. The house
was beautifully decorated with cut
flowers, roses, peonies, daisies,, palms,
ferns and springaria. An elaborate
menu was served. Many guests en
joyed the festivities of the occasion
The Carnation Club will meet at the
residence of Mrs. C. C. Winstead, 1500
Horton street, corner Tenth, avenue,
Monday afternoon, June 3.
Mrs. Ella McLemore, who is visit
ing friends on Jackson street, will
spend the summer in New York and
Rev. W. S. Ellington, pastor of the
First Baptist Church, returned from
his trio to Western Tennessee Wed
It is rumored that Mr. John H. Kel
ly, of the National Baptist House, will
lead one of Arkansas' fair daughters
to the altar at an early date.
Mr. Eugene Harris, a son of Rich
ard Harris, the Cedar street furniture
man. and a former teacher at Fisl
University, is in the city for the Fisk
Robert, the infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Whittemore, of Northwest
Nashville, is improving though rather
slowly from the recent accident in
which his leg was broken.
Mr. J. R. Blake, the popular grocer,
has gone to his home in Fayetteville
on account of the illness of his moth
er. Mr. Stanley Davis, who has been in
the city for several months, returned
to his home in Shelbyville Wednesday.
He was entertained Tuesday evening
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Prince, of 1023 Patterson street.
Miss Nellie Williams will spend a
few weeks in New York.
Mrs. Annie R. Bond, of Madison,
Ark., the sister of Messrs. Lovell and
A. T. Landers, arrived in the city Sat
urday morning and spent several days
visiting friends and relatives. Most
of her time was spent with her friend
and former classmate, Miss Quinetta
L. Compton, who lives on the Hills
boro pike. Mrs. Bond and Miss Comp
ton were the guests at a dinner at the
residence of Mrs. A. B. Carter Sunday,
nnd Wednesday evening Miss Compton
ntertained a few friends in honor of
Mrs. Bond at her home. Mrs. Bond
left at 11:00 o'clock Wednesday night
for her home.
Drs. E. W. D. Isaac and R. H.
Boyd returned Saturday morning aft
er an extended trip to Washington.
New York and points East. Dr. Boyd
poing up as far as Vergennes, Vt.
While away they both visited thr
Jamestown Exposition and reported
that they are satisfied with the prep
arations being made for the entertain
ment of Negroes wbo will visit the Ex
position. It is learned that Rev. D. S.
dough, who 19 at present a citizen of
New Jersey, was elected Secretary of
the Educational Board. This election
possibly means the moving of the Edu
cational Board from Nashville, unless
enough pressure can be brought to
bear to keep the headquarters of that
important board in this city. Rev. Mr.
Clough is said to be a Georgian by
Another car load - of new church
seats was shipped by the National
Baptist Publishing Board Saturday.
This car went to Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Mrs. W. H. Coleman, of Bessemer,
Ala., is visiting her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. L. Kirkpatrick, of 133 McCreary
street. Mrs. Coleman was Miss Mat
tie Kirkpatrick before marrying Dr.
Coleman, who is the leading physician
in Bessemer. Her friends will be de
lighted to know that she will possibly
spend two weeks with her parents.
The foundation will be laid this
week for the three-story addition to
the National Baptist Publishing
House. The building will be in the
rear of 521 Second avenue, North, and
will be occupied, it is said, by the
press room, book binding and compos
ing rooms, on the first, second and
third floors respectively.
Mr. J. Henry Floyd, of 805 Wood
street, spent last Sunday in Franklin,
where he was entertained at the home
of Mr! and Mrs. Reams.
Little Edna Brooks, of 504 Four
teenth avenue, North, Is indisposed
Mrs. Isaac McBroome, of Brick
Church pike, is very low. Her phy
sician has grave doubts of her recovery.
Miss Ellen Mai Henderson, who has
been attending school at Normal, Ala.,
is home for the vacation season.
ACQUITTAL OF RINDY DILLARD.
Rindy Dillard, who killed Mollie
Thompson several months ago, was
acquitted Wednesday evening after
the jury had deliberated about an
hour. It is well to call attention to
an account contained in one of the
morning papers, in part, as follows:
"Judge Hart charged the jury at
the afternoon sossion. There was a
number of Negroes in the court room
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WANTED All Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, lenn.
WANTED-Bright, energetic man
or woman to manage local business for
manufacturer in Murfreesboro, Frank
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MRS. CARRIE V. YOUNG,
316 Eighth avenue, N.
WANTED Two stone masons to
work on Rockland Stone Church and
two mechanics to do frame work on
fame. Apply to Rev. V. E. Shipp, Fisk
University, city. It.
Mrs. Frances White, of Tenth street,
is very sick.
WANTED Wall paper to make your
home beautiful. We have it a 4c per
roll and up, or 90c per room. Pict
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COOPER'S 432 Deaderick, near Fifth
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when the jury reported, and Judge Energetic YOUHg men watlt-
Hart requested in advance that there
be no demonstration." From the
above it appears that the Judge antici
pated an acquittal.
The same account goes on and
states further in these words:
"A man whose name was not men
tioned in the trial is said to have
caused Mollie Thompson to attack the
It is to be remembered that at the
time of the killing, it was reported
that a white man was at the bottom
of the trouble between the two Ne
gro women. Now, how could there be
x complete and fair review of the
case of the people agrlnst Rindy Dil
lard, with the chief instigator of the
tragedy eliminated from it? Why was
he not compelled to give testimony in
the case made possible by bis conni
.vance? Hai he been a Negro, could
the case of the people against the de
fendant have been tried without his
evidence? Would it have been? Why
was his "name not mentioned?" Was
it right that this man whoever he
was should be shielded from the
limelight of publicity, any more so
than the dusky damsels with whom he
associated? Did not the association
of the three place them all on com
mon level of "social equality?" When
crime resulted from their 'triplicate
relations, were not the surviving two
answerable to the people as principal
and accessory to the death of the
other? Why smother the man's name
ed to solicit and collect In
surance. Good salaries
EVA1 N, Supt.
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Capitol Barber Shop,
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