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THIS NASHVILLE GL0T1S, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1907,
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HE IS RELIABLE FOR FIT AND STYLE, as he employs only
Expert Cutters and Fitters.
HE IS RELIABLE FOR QUALITY, because he buys the highest
grade material that is manufactured. You cannot beat him in
prices for his terms are cash and profits small.
Sujtsjrom $15.00 upJtoj50M
Pants from $4.00 up to $12.00L
If you are bow-legged, knock-kneed or have round shoulders, he guaran
tees to hide it all. Give him a trial. He will be glad to have you and
your friends call to see him. Hundreds of Suits made by him will be
worn by the people leaving this city to attend conventions and other
public meetings during this su.nuier. Have your work done by one
of the leading tailors in Nashville.
TAILOR SHOP: 423 DEADER ICk' ST.. NASHVIl I P tpnm
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J. H. CopcItinJ, Prop.
The Palace Shaving Parlor
EVERYTHING IT-TO-DATE.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTWG A SPECIALTY.
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., S.
t!-e songs in Hie Harp of Zioa and B.
Y. P. U. Hymnal by Sherwood, all of
which are published by the National
Baptist Publishing Board, Nashville,
Tenn., were rendered almost like unto
the "heavenly choir," as has often
been nictured from manv nnlnits.
Much credit is due to Profs. Thomas
W. J. Tobias and John Pace, musical
directors, who took charge of the
music and directed the singing, as
well as the good work done by Prof.
James D. Ross, the organist. The
whole choir, of thirty-five voices, was
a credit to the city of New Orleans
and the Congress. The leading mem
bers and ministers among the Baptists
who could possibly get to New Orleans
were here to do honor and service.
Fully twenty-five states were repre
sented. Conspicuous in the audi
ence daily were many young ministers.
The meeting adjourned with bright
prospects for next year in whatever
city is fortunate to capture such a
gathering.
MURFREESBORO NOTES.
Mrs. Dora Douglas, of Henderson
ville, Tenn., spent a few days in the
city visiting her mother, 'Mrs. James
Eules.
Messrs. George Vaughn, Wm. Doug
lass, of Hendersonville; Irvin Wade
and Reid. of Nashville, anpnt. Snndav
in the city the guest of Misses Eules.
Miss Marv L. Douerlnss entertained
a number of vounsr folks at the home
of her grand parents Mr. and Mrs.
James Lines. Refreshments were
served.'
Miss Lillie Mae Lillard. who has
been very sick, is improving rapidly.
Mrs. Mary Jenkins, of Cairo. Ill-
was the guest of Mrs. G. B. Bradv at
5 o'clock "tea Sunday evening.
Misses Hattie and Freddie Kane, cf
Snow Hill. Ala., are the guests of Mrs.
G. n. Brady.
Messrs. John Sublett and Tom
Smith are on the sick list.
Mrs. Fishbaclc. of Ohio, was the
guest of Mrs. Florence Mefford and
Mrs. Fillie Keeble Sunday.
Mrs. Sallie Patterson entertained
Miss Emma T. Chears at 6 o'clock tea
Thursday evening. Those present:
Mrs. Rosa Overall. Mr. Joe Sanders
and Miss Elma A. Williams.
Mrs. B. K. Hendrix was hostess at
dinner Sunday in honor of Miss
Emma T. Chears. Those present
Mrs. Rosa Overall, Lula Alexander,
Misses Maggie Nelson and Elma
Williams.
Miss Drue !s guest of Miss Allie N.
Green.
The rally at Keys Chapel Sunday
was quite a success, raising $247.35.
Messrs. Saul Johnson and Joe San
ders are in the city.
Misses Johnnie O'Neal and Cor
delia Butler have gone to the Expo
sition. Whilp away they will visit
Washington, Baltimore, New York,
Philadelphia and Chicaeo.
Master James Miller is In the eitv
Master Harley Pierce, who has been
in school at Knoxville, is at home
lor vacation.
& Satisfied !!
Goods to Suit, Terms to Suit, Prices to Suit,
Tlits People to Suit You.
Nashville Furniture Do.
Telephone 31ain, 1701
Wesley Cunningham.
Walter I'.racy.
K. G. Cullum.
210 Third Avenue, North.
Will Todd.
L. B. Hughes.
Rsq. Wm Crump.
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Nashville Portrait Co.
J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
The only up-to date pictuie cn1arjjnj house in Nashville j
where customers receive cordial treatment. First-class
pictures ot all sizes. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
Telephone, Main 3714-Y. 118 Fourth Ave., North.
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE.
Miss Clara Hodgkins' eighteenth
birthday occurred on last Saturday,
June stie was treated to a sur
prise hy a gay company of her friends
while she was attending the house
party at Miss Edwin Smith's. It
was a complete surprise, as the vonmr
people met at the home of Miss Ten
nie Hughes and went in a body to
Miss Smiths and hnd surrounded
Miss Hodgkins before she knew what
was happening.
The young people who surnrlsed
Miss Hodgkins were the four young
ladies of Miss Smith's house-party
ind Misses Carrie Richardson, Tennie
Hughes, Lottie Haygood, Nita Scott
ind Amanda Perkins. Thfi vnnnp
men were Messrs. Ira Scott, Chap-
jielle, berguson and Tavlor. Mnnv
laughable games were played and ices
were served. All enjoyed themselves
ind left for their homes congratulat
es: Miss Hodglvin3 on her eighteenth
nrthday.
MARRIAGES.
Odie Anderson and Annie Hibhet.
Will Hall and Eva Driden. .
Elmo Smiley and Melanda Davis.
W. M. Austin and C. C. Perkins.
Paul Franklin and Mary White.
Albert Marshall and Ellie Simnkins
Edward House and Callie Dismukes.
Ccronimo Cannon and Mabel
Turner.
Samuel M. Totty and Parthenia M
Gantt.
Isah Readmond and Mary Bell Mc
Neise.
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DEATHS.
Elnora Bunch, .17 Lewis street, 11
months.
George Robertson, 1303 Twenty-first
avenue, jortn, a years.
Mat tie Kelly, 619 Ewing avenue, 42
years.
Mary Smith, 5.11 Sycamore street,
21 years.
Minnie Bathey, First street and
South Hill street, 1G years.
Frank Thompson, 7.04 Ewing ave
nuo. 1 years.
T-f.,,1 ,., M William
-:,Ci:, Vec.'.c street.
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ORGANS)
FOR THE
Parlor and.
Chape
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
styles:
Style No. 2 is 5 octaves, action
B, 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 Tnew de
sign: It is quarter sawed, golden
oak polish and is put up in a six
octave case.
dULD fur cash or HNT TM- t
STALLMENT TERMS.
APPLY FOR. FURTHER INFORMATION TO THE
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
NASHVILLE,
TENNESSEE.
Mai vina Hoage, 810 Jo Johnston
avenue.
Mollie Chamberlain, City Hospital,
13 years.
Mary Louise Brown, Clifton pike, 2
years.
Theodora Henry, 1122 ShanUand
alley.
Delia L. Voorhies. 1G00 Alberta, av.
enue, North.
Will Jolly. City Hosnltal. 24 vnrn
Thomas Herrell. 417 Howard
si years.
fireen Lanee. Countv Asvlnm.
Ed. Mitchell, 1814 , Jefferson street,
1G years.
.Tas. Henry Davis. 610 Svlva
nue, 18 years
Chas. Murray, Jr.. 10 Fill morn
street, is years.
Minerva Vaugrh. 2004 Clifton nil
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u years.
Laura Ford, 1219 Pike street. 28
uai s.
PIANO RECITAL.
There was a grand piano recital
ast Thursday eveniner at t.hp rod.
denee of the Misses Mayberry, 821
Cedar street. The Drocrammft wna
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arranged by Miss Sophronia Mayberry
and it was quite a musical treat for
the guests. Several selections were
rendered. The instrumental solo by
little Miss Ernestine Cross and ih
duet by Miss Sophronia Mayberry and
little Miss Mary S. Ewinc hpM iha
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audience spellbound. At the close of
the programme refreshments were
served. ,
GREAT ODD FELLOWS MEETING,
The District Grand Lodge No. 6, of
the Grand United Order of Odd Fel
lows will hoi.) its 25th annual session
in the city, beginning August 13 and
continuing three days. The opening
session will be held at Greenwood
Park and will be called to order at
JO o clock a. m. on the above-mamed
day. The district grand lodge of the
state is a powerful organization and
has a strong membership. There is
au w uuwment department connected
with the fraternity which has several
thousand dollars of insurance in
torce. An enormous amount ' of in
surance has been written during the
present year. The G. U. O. of O F
it might be interesting to state, dif
fers from tho I. O. of O. F. in that it
extends over the entire world, while
Sfn ls.an Amertean- organiza-
2?h ? " a clause ln the in
stitution of its endowment depart
ment which reads that no white man
can become a member of the organi
zation and receive benefits. Many
prominent men are connected with
the organization.
Mrs. M. T. CoIp
Henry Cole, who a number of
a PTllar "rant on Main
stieet, keeps in poor health
Mrs. Julia Corder, of East Nashville,
nad an oneratlmi tw,.fn..j , '
rr, :l ri iui ineu oy urs.
Townscnd and Bandy on Monday. Mrs
Corder is doing nicely.
Mr. Horace W. Clark, of Twelfth
avenue. South a w ; lul L
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Health this week. m eSl 01

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