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TUB NASHVILLE GLO&E, FRIDAY, JULY 5, mi.
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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 5, G, 10, 12 and 14.
The tone of these instruments is unexcelled
for its exquisite quality.
THE ARTIST UPRIGHT
GRAND PIANOS
are pre-eminent. The tone is clear, liquid,
mellov 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,
NASHVILLE, ' TENNESSEE.
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D. A. DORTCH,
FURNITURE
AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TELEPHONE, MAIN
ff. E. Corner Broadway and Third Avenue,
THE SPA CREAMERY.
Cor. Ninth Avenue 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
another Soda Fountain enabling us to render better service to
every body. We solicit private and picnic orders and will fill
them with promptness.
VISIT THE SPA. (Spaw.) hONE MAIN 4496-L.
C X. COFFEY, Proprietor.
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STAR DRUG STORE.
I CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Vnp, Mriflfs, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Soda Water.
J. W. WINSTON. Prop..
OOl Evvlng Avenue.
WHITE LILY
Phone 2703 M..
Rooms 3 and 4.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
Lawyer.
410 Cedar St.. NASHVILLE, TENN.
BARBERSHOP
Hot and Cold Baths a Specialty.
R. A. Walker, Prop.
1 55 Fourth Ave., S. (South Cherry St.)
6-7-07-tl
Dr. Polk also twits the Negro for
not being "brave" enough to commit
murder. Hear him! "Where the pro
portion of white to black was so small
it needed but some spirit of aggression
for them to rise and seize their lib
erty. Is it likely that any other of
the many tribes and races that have
come in here since Columbus landed
would have accepted such a condi
tion?" As we were peaceable and hu
mane, as we are to-day, Dr. Polk
throws it into our face as a badge of
cowardice before a Southern audience
that claps him to the echo, because
we did not slaughter them when they
were at our mercy. The inference is
to be drawn that Dr. Polk would have
killed from A to Z had he been as
we were. One beautiful thing the
Negro can never be accused of wan
tonly murdering the helpless and inno
cent, however much Dr. Polk may
brand him as a coward. On the field
of courage, facing an open enemy, he
has always been as brave as Marshal
Ney.
Dr. Polk's address was too much to
gulp down without a passing notice of
his rank sophistries.
THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC
IS NOW OPEN,
Instructions and Le?sons given in Piano, Organ,
NO. 449 EIGHTH AVENUE, N.,
(North Spruce St.)
MISS JOSEPHINE PRICE,
INSTRUCTOR.
jjj MgRMS OF 1906-1CW
$2.0.0 Per Month.
STATEMENT OF ONE CENT SAV
INGS BANK.
Nashville, Tenn., June 29, 1907.
Frank Dibrell, Comptroller of the
Treasury, ' Nashville, Tenn.
Dear Sir The following is an exact
statement of the condition of One
Cent Savings Bank of Nashville,
County of Davidson, at the close of
business June 29, 1907.
Resources.
Loans and discounts $25,041.16
Cash resources
Due from banks
and bankers . . .$2,1359.69
Checks and other
cash items . . . 1,698.12
Specie 192 12
Currency 653.00 23,902.93
Total resources
$48,944D9
Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in $2,835.00
Surplus and undivided prof
its (less expenses and
taxes paid) 2,111.53
Individual deposits subject
check 43,997.56
$48,944.09
I, J. C. Napier, Cashier of the above
named One Cent Savings Bank, do
solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief, and that the same
will be published in the Nashville
Globo of Nashville, Tenn., on July 5,
1907.
(Signed) J. C. NAPIER,
Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 29th day of June, 1907.
(Signed) C. N. LANGSTON,
(Seal) Notary Public
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS GOING TO
KNOXVILLE.
The Middle Tennessee delegation of
representatives to the Grand Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, will leave for
Knoxville over the Nashville, Chatta
nooga and St. Louis Railroad Sunday
night at 9:i!0 o'clock. They will ar
rive in Chattanooga at an early hour
Monday morning, spend the day vis
iting the historic points of interest in
and around the city and leave in time
to reach Knoxville for supper.
The delegation will travel in a spe
cial car, which with the special car or
cars from Memphis, will form a large
party. The Nashville delegation, the
officers of which are A. W. Fite, chair
man; J. O. Battle, vice chairman; A.
A. Bennett, Secretary; J. A. O.
Broughton, Assistant Secretary, is
composed of representatives from all
the Pythian lodges of the city and, on
account of the high standing of the
personnel, will rank as one of the
best delegations ever sent out by any
secret order from this city. Among
those who have signified their inten
tions of attending the Knoxville meet
ing are .Wm, D. Boger, S. P. Harris,
J. O. Battle, A. V. Fite, W. L. Cansler,
J. B. Batte, Dr. J. P. Crawford, R. E.
Gee, G. E. Washington, Dr. P. R.
Burrus, Gilbert White, James Scruggs,
J. A. O. Broughton, S. W. Shelby, W.
M. Allen, A. W. Gleaves, S. F. Pey
ton, J, Coles, A. W. W. Upshaw, A. R.
Haddox, J. P. Porter, J. T. Shelby; A.
A. Bennett, Edward Bragg, C. II. Mar
tin, T. Clay Moore, D. Wesley Crutch
er, F. J. Ewing.VOanicl Carter, Dr. A.
M. Townsend, V. S. Thompson, Dr. C.
C. O. lladley, and others.
by Miss Druscilla Hill and Mrs. Wilev
Anderson.
The following Drdjrrani was ren
dered: ,
Recitation, "On the Banks of the Ten
nessee". .Miss Trtye Mlssie Ramson
Instrumental Solo
Miss Mary Hartrravea
Solo, "At the Golden Gate"
Miss Annie Rucker..
Essay, "ls it Anybody's Business"
Miss Drucilla Hill
Solo, 'Learned to Love too Late"
Mr. Wm. McLeniore
Solo, "Come Holy Spirit"
Mrs. Wiley Anderson
Essay, "The Sphere of Woman"..
Miss Celia Henley
Solo, "If all the Girls were Roses"
Miss Annie Rucker
Solo, "Under Old Apple Tree"
Mr. William McLeniore
An ice course was served at eleven
o'clock. Thot-e who participated:
Mesdames Albert Ramson, Wm. Mc
Leniore, Wiley Anderson, Frank Doal
son, Misses Maggie Hargraves, Mary
Hargraves, Matilda Hargraves, Mary
Cheers, Sarah Osborne, Aitye Missie
Ramson, Daysc Murrell, Celia Henley,
Mary Bell Hill, Drusilla Hill, Annie
Rucker, Annie Wliliams; Messrs. Wm.
McLemcre, James Watson, Melvin
Hayes, Albert Ramson, Sam Vernon,
Albert Cartwiight, Sam Huston, Wm.
Tindall, Eugene Morton, Silas Fergu
son, West Elison, Wm. Osborne, Don
Fostor, llorce Harrison.
McMINNVILLE NOTES.
On the 16th day of June the mem
bers of Smith's Chapel M. E. Church
of the McMinnville Circuit, partici
pated in a rally and basket dinner.
Four services were enjoyed. Rev. A.
1. Butler preached at 11 o'clock a. m.
On June 23rd Rev. N. P. Gregg, of
tne A. AL E. Church closed his rally
with the achievement of-$71.22.
Gertrude and Mary Lizzie, the
daughters of Rev. H. W. and Mrs. H.
L. Rucker. who are visitinsr friends at
Manchester and Bowling Green, Tenn.,
win return to their homes at McMinn
ville soon.
The Fourth Quarterly Conference of
tne McMinnville Circuit of the Nash
ville District Annual Conference was
held at Leesburg June 29. SO. bv Rev
Mr. Thompson, of Shelbyville. The
Presiding Elder, W. R. Smith, was ab
sent.
SMYRNA NOTES.
Rev. N. Crutcher. of Murfreesboro.
preached the annual sermon for the
ill. A. bociety last Sunday.
Misses Willie and James Wilson vis
ited their father, who. is quite sick,
last week.
Mrs. J. E. Etter and little daunh
ters, Carrie and Maggie, spent the day
with Mrs. Joe Smith Monday at Wade
station.
Mrs. Geo. Jordan, Mary D. Shaw
and brother returned to the city Sun
day night.
Miss Laura Perry soent Sundav
with relatives and friends at Sand
Hill.
Mr. Rufus Frierson and Wm. Cleve
land, who have been at work in Chat
tanooga, are at home till after the
fourth.
The picnic at Lavergne and enter
tainment at night were enjoyed by all.
Miss Ellen Baker and the other pro
moters deserve much credit for so
successfully executing their plans.
Mr. Albert Weakley, one of the old
t.st residents in the Sand Hill neigh
borhood, who has been a Christian for
many years, but thought it not neces
sary to join any church, has changed
his mind, and on the third Sundav
in this month will be baptized by Rev.
Joe Hayes, pastor of Sand Hill Primi
tive Baptist Church.
SOCIAL.
The home of Mrs. Charles Buchan
an on Tenth avenue. South was th
scene of a beautiful social Werlnps.lnv
night from 9 to 12 o'clock. Her
daughter, Mrs. John Crowder, was
Hostess and Miss Acnes Helm, nf
Franklin, was the honoree.
The house decorations wern vorv
bright and effective. Miss Anna Wll-
lams presided at the register. Thf
liostess and honoree WOl'fi nssistPfl in
receiving by Mrs. Chas.
Fruit frappe was served in the hali
COOKVILLE NOTES.
The institute that
Cookville, Tenn., this year is said to
nave been the largest and most. inter.
eating ever known. The faculty was
composed of Profs. Baird, Ballod and
Misses Queenie Arnold and Hettie
Phillips. Great interest seems to
have been manifested during the
week. On Friday night an excellent
programme was rendered, after which
Prof. Richmond, Rev. Tucker and
Prof's. Baird and Ballod made some
very interesting remarks. The inst.i-
tute was favored with a visit from the
faculty of the white institute of that
county. The Institute was conducted
by Prof. Ballod. The. teachers have
not as yet been assigned schools.
The home of Mr. and Mrs, Vally
Stone is one of the neatest and pret
tiest in Cookville..
Some of the people of Cookville
seem to be carried away with the
Globe.
Rev. Mr. Scott and Rev. Mr. Leayne
seem to be doing good work at Cook
ville. Rev. Tucker and Rev. Blackmond
are coming to the front at Algood.
SPECIAL DELIVERY STAMPS NOT
REQUIRED.
Special delivery stamps aren ot re
quired for special delivery of letters.
According to the new 'arrangement
which went into effect July 1, ten
to the regular postage on a 'letter
marked "special delivery" will reach
its destination a3 though it bore the
regulation special delivery stamp.
SOCIETY
BADGES
All Styles and Prices.
MEMBER
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TjDe 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. vtf
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S'cj are made of the best
zzt'm ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
bullion fringe.
"Write us for prices and specification?,
stating; the number of Badges
you want.
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ialional Baptist Publishing uoar
R. II. BOYD. 'ec'y.
Second Ave., N. NASIIVILIE, TtNN
MR. W. J. BLANTON
Will furnish you with nlc line of
Jewelry, Eye Classes, Watches, Rins
llniceli'ls ami Jcrklaces,
An Assortment of Jewelry will be brougli
to your home by request.
Easy terms can be secured after first payment,
Order Promptly Filled.
Audi-ens WI, J. BLANTON,
With 1). Lowenholm & Co.,
IftOl'nlnn Stand Fourth Iv.c, S. riione, JliUn Ul..
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