JfIVIJinj.JTliDAY, JUNE 14, 1807.
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BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN
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
tor its exquisite quality.
THE ARTIST UPRIGHT
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 TO THE
National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
M'lllkikii.ii . .
v I LLfc NOTES. last tivn vps,m hv th honouo
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niary Department of the City Schools leading Negro banks in the United
was Held at the Opera House on Fil- States. He is first Vice President of
7 h ' AiaJr'51' a Tuesday Alabama Penny Saving and Loan
u oJuUUe 4' 1119 exe:tees of the Association, which ranks second In the
High School Denartment wpro hA n lead rf Nppm hnnVa tt4j
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the same building, the money raised States. It is only outranked by the
--o avi me ueueui el ine ivcioimers juanK at luenmond,
school library. The graduating exer- Va. He is President of the Penny
ClseS Were held at flarl- Phi t I Snvlnw Donlr rrtl,T,., net .
- wuaiici 1U. j, - - i"o uuuu at VAiiiiuuuus. 1U1S3., WU1CI1
VUU1,UI uu veunedaay evening, June msuuuion is doing a big business un-
MIKS -111 Id A Unrw.n ,! . Mai. V.1 . . . .
. xwuav,u ucmg uie oniy uc luauagement. Me is cashier
member of the class of '07. and the largest stockholder in the
AH the exercises were largely at- Delt& Penny Savings Bank at Indian-
lPr.no . 1 q r nnA .1 1 i . ni mit . . j i
UV4 C1C tieuiiaoie 10 both iiss. mis institution nas a capital
teachers and pupils. Prof. L. Mere- stock of $35,000. Aside from this Mr.
dith iS DrinCiual Of the srhnnl wHh COX Is storkhnlHnr In flwn n ct-r
Miss Esteila it. Neal, assistant. banks in the state of Mississippi, as
Mrs. Jennie Payne and little grand- weH as a stockholder in the Solvent
jrayntj rimey, ana Mrs. ou.vmgs uanK at Mempnis, Tenn. lie
,awara j. uriggsby and little daugh- 'eft Wednesday night for his home by
v-, wuuio iixAc, wuu uave Deea visu-iulc uirmingnam. Ala.
lus iciauves nere ior a month, have -
returned to their home in Chatta- EBENEZER NOTES.
nOSa. The Men Christlnn Tlravnr
IVirS. VV. 11. Womack and dnno-htor LieaeilP ItlPt Tuna R wH, n
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upneiia, went to Chattanooga, Thurs- tendance. Miss Louise Battle read a
uav j.ur a iew weeks visit tn frtfnda naner nn TTnno n nma i
and rplntivoo I ! .
vi. 1UK. U11KS AHA Kll n Tl n n ran J o
Miis n.na vannoy. of Manchestpr is Daner on Faith wiiirh ircnira u
. . , - " I I f " tuguiicu ail lu
MlS3 Esteila It. Neal left fnr Nash. Invitod to ntton t ti,,.-,j .iu
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ville Wednesday morning to attend as the officers will bo installed. Rev.
tuc owiviaruu marriage wnich was is. Smith addressed the Leaeue and
ouicuiuiicu uu mursuav evening, eavft mnnv intoroaHnCT tc
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Children s Day was observed at
wi, vv' aiupiiam exer- largely attended Wednesday Rev
cises. 'A very interesting program M. Smith, pactor, and Rev. Upshaw
was rendered and suecial music was nffloin c
w x.uvi.i; tian and a lovine-vonntr mnthar eh0
l i , . r, I . . . - A l , I. -- a O hjut.
iuioa uuti Auuerson came nown i ioqwqo tv,- ,
. "r.n, t " u: " . moiner slsters and brothers, to
hJr:,V" n tTZT mou her loss. None knew her but
v.v. in jlui ocyciai uaya is uu-1 to love her
A- mimi int Willi V In r-l 1 I T ri f a Z . . . I J 111 11 t .
u . :rw ' . . "1C viiuue, ia umre m mis week
uei luotuer aere ior tnree weeks, left Miss Delia nhan. ia otni ito
muaumv (MbViUUUU 1U1 1YIUUV111H 11)1 ,1 1 TliTl Kl -r ....
a j . " I iacu, tliau ivilos MISS 111116 Hall
oucuu u, iew uuys wun relatives irom ht rx:i
there she eops tn .Tpffprnnn niti m sou' corresponaing
!tn att.n,i th of Walden
vr wviximcuuicut wci- Un versitv. ia visitino- th ,n
t -w ikJibtug bu. i ir?
All Styles and Prices.
cises of Lincoln Institute
Prof. W. B. Meredith, of Pulaski, at
tended the closing exercises of the city
schools. Mr. Meredith is a talented
musician and is the pianist through
Mrs. Goodwin and Mrs. CoDeland fnr
a iew aays' rest.
The Children's Dav exerci spa werA
very interestinc:. The Drotrram waa
carried out in order. The whole Sun-
out the entire High School exercices. r"hS5 LZl inu?Jm'
He returned home on Thursday, hi J dy. sc.ho01 marched in like soldiers,
brother. Prof. L. Meredith, leavine Sat- wltn meIr PurPle and white badges
urday to spend the vacation at his KnAv.n fT U?gIng t.W(?rds werfc
home in Pulaski spoken to the Sunday school and chil-
Miss-Ada Johnson, who has been oy ..ur Iaunrul Pastor- Kev- N.
indisposed, is able to be out aeain. ?mit?- wnicn were niSh'y appreciated
bama to spend the summer with his
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a 'Mi 1 ')'! i'.'i-Ci'.'-f
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Hop is i TnaJl
Ion need SEW CLOTDHO. So matter what
yon want we'll fit you out-ItHJIIT JOW-in
swell style at very lowest prices at
ASKIN AND MARINE,
411 UNION STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN.
RESOLUTIONS TO THE MEMORY
OF REV. H. C. OWEN.
At a meetine of theity Ministers
Conference of Nashville, Tenn., the
following resolutions were adopted
Whereas, The hand of divine Prov
idence has removed from anions us
our beloved colleague and co-worker
in the gospel of Christ from the scene " . . "uol"coa vu over a
of his temnoral labors and divinfi Tnin- LV.ery n,Ce PrSram Was carried Out
vu UUUh CAi klUIII. llin. II I I I I I
Mrs. Robert Ralph entertained the
Carnation Club at her residence, 1027
ivory street, Monday afternoon. The
reception hall was beautifully dorn.
fated with cut flowers and nlants
The dining table, like the rest of the j
nouse, was decorated in pink with
sweet peas and roses. The Presi
dent. Mrs. H. M. Burns.' nrealdfvl
After the business hour was over a
Whereas. We. the City Ministers'
tjonrerence, teel that we profited by
his example and spiritual teaching
and are desirous of testifying our re
spect for his memory and' of express
and Mrs. C. H. Duff sang a duet, Miss
ai. bimms gave several selectiona on
the organ. iAn elaborate two-course
menu was served. Those nresent.
were Mesdames B. F. Martin, W. S.
liucker; jvi. S. Amos, Sidney Bond, C.
-tn v tv 41 VM li MUU UMlLlLfUUiblj U T 111 III I -. OB A r .
pathy with the household and the I q n winMd RnWt p i f J'
Tonrr,,nni Tjncf n,.i, m v,. u C- Wlnstead, Robert Ralph, H.
"wrfhn. r;n :L;TT't Ruff'.the.uest of the occasion, Miss
1 a . 'uiuiuc oiuiuia.
luss, muu&u. men loss is neaven s
gain: therefore, be it
Resolved, That we tenderly condole SPECIAL NOTICE.
with tha fomllir -.it- ,lAnnnr.,l VH, I T.OTTIS T? ("1 Tl T("! T? TQ n T V.nfVn.
" m mv luiuu; Ul UU1 UCCUOCU Ul ULU I ' -"-J-,iv wai, Ul VL11CI Ul.
f.r upv h 1' Hnn nv.p,.nc.i,i f I deceased BOT1 pnuwRTcnM a
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the State Convention of the Mission- representing and Is duly authorized to
THE SPA CREAMERY.
Cor. Ninth Av. nue and Cedar Street.
We have just completed our screens and our fans. This makes
our place the most desirable in the city. We have also installed
anomer aoaa rountam enabling us to render better service to
every ooay. we solicit private and picnic orders and will fill
tnem witn promptness.
VISIT THE SPA. (Spaw.) p ONE, MAIN 4496-L.
C X. COFFEY, Proprietor.
STAR DRUG STORE.
I CAUKV A FL'LT. i.INB OF
Dniirs, Jlnliciiifs, Toilet Arliclcs, Cigars, Soda Water.
J. V. WINSTON. Prop..
OOI Bwin Avenue.
ury Baptists of Tennessee, in their
hour of trial and affliction, and de
votedly commend them to the keeping
or Him who looks with pitying eye
upon the widow and the fatherless.
Be it further
Resolved. That in our natural sor
row for the loss of a faithful and be
loved shepherd, we find consolation in
the belief that it 'is well with him for
whom we mourn, and that while we
deeply sympathize with those who
are bound to our departed co-worker
in the ministry by the nearest and
clearest ties, we share with them the
hope of a reunion in that better
world, where there are no partings.
and bliss ineffable forbids a tear.
Resolved, further. That a copy of
these resolutions be transmitted to
the family of the deceased as a token
or our respect and veneration for the
Christian character of a good man gone
to his rest and of the Interest felt bv
them; and also that a conv be sent to
the Nashville Clarion, organ of the
State Convention. Nashville Globe
and the Memphis Signal.
S. S. CUMBY,
E. M. LAWRENCE
collect all undue bills for the follow
CLINE & GORDON. Shops
VARLEY & BAUMAN. Clothing
we nope you will settle all vmir
accounts promptly with Mr. Robert-
son, so as to close his brother's busi
lnanking you all in advance for
your prompt settlement. You may
find Mr. Louis Robertson at either of
the above-named firms or address
him, LOUIS ROBERTSON.
bZJ Webster street. Citv.
1A7. R. Robertson,
PROFESSIONAL RADnrnc -Addres
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low wrapy new first-fUss Shop with
Hot and Cold llalh Marlimcnts.
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
where. 04 e
sg (qs o$
5"fievj are made of the best
satin ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
bullion fringe. h x
Write us for pikes and specifications
stating the number of badges
National Baptist Publishing Board
. Phone 270.T M.
Rooms 3 and 4.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
410 Cedar St., NASHVILLE, TENN. I
Hot and Cold Baths a Specialty.
R. A. Walker, Prop.
1 55 Fourth Ave., S. (South Cherry St.)
Our friends who mtronized nc at
nurcn street will iind us at the
CAPITOL BARBER SHOP.
Burrus' Building. 813 Cedar St.
Telephone Main 1173.
J. S. Martin,
daughter was a student. Mr. Cox vis- min rtiTonum n aihui Tim,.
itnd manv nlarPS of intPrPt In Nash. 1,JJ DlUJl JIUUQU JilVJUU
R. H. RO YD, 'cc'y.
523 Second Ave., N.
MR. W. W. COX, OF MISSISSIPPI.
Mr. W. W. Cox. of Indlanola. Miss..
was in the city Tuesday and Wednes
day attending the commencement exer
cises at insk university, where hi
ville. He Is one of the leading busi
ness men in Mississippi, and is nat
urany interested and wanted to see
what the Negroes of Nashville are do
ing. After being carried over the city
by several friends, he stated to q.
Globe reporter that he was indeed well
pleased with the progress made in the
Flrst-Clana Llycrjr on Short Notice.
712 and 714 Broadway,
Tin: cash (iiioci-it,
1806 JEFFERSON STREET,
For First-Class Siajifo sincl Fancy
Groceries, Cfeirs im.l 'Uwm.
FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY
nne Tabla CuStcr, rcshEggs.
Our Tolicy Cash Sales and Small Pronto
we Keep only the 15eet.
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