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THE NASIIVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JtJLY 12, 130t
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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, 6, 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,
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,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
ALLEN ENDEAVOR
LEAGUE ADJOURNS
CLARKSVILLE NOTES.
The first week of enforced closing of
the saloons has passed and this place
is beginning to settle into its wonted
ways. The fact of it being dry only
on the surface has given the citizens
Closing Session Sunday Afternoon at no cause to run at right angles with
. uie law. it now seems mat every one
Four O Clock-Paper Read by Miss uas accepted conditions as they ap-
Brucie Mai Ewing. pear. Most places formerly occupied
by saloons are closed, with rent signs
as their only endorsement; but a few
The closing session of the National uave had a gradual metamorphosis
Allen Christian Endeavor was marked Irom, bar-room t0 cafe wUere only
D.A.DORTCH,
FURNITURE
AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TELEPnOXE, JIAIX 482.
EL 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.) PtiONE, MAIN 4496-L.
G. X. COFFEY, Proprietor.
STAR DRUG STORE.
I CAKRV A FULL LINK OF
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Soda Water.
J. W. WINSTON. Prop..
OO I Bwlng Awenup,
Phone 2703 M.
Rooms 3 and 4.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
Lawyer.
410 Cedar St., NASHVILLE, TENN.
WHITE LILY
BARBER
Hot and Cold Baths
R. A. Walker, Prop.
155 Fourth Ave., S. (South Cherry St.
6-7-0 7-tl
SHOP
a Specialty.
THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC
INOIA OPEN,
Instructions and Lessons given in Piano, Organ,
Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Voice and Harmony.
NO. 449 EIGHTH AVENUE, N.,
(North Spruce St.)
MISS JOSEPHINE PRICE,
INSTRUCTOR.
$2.00 Per Month.
TERMS OF 190G-1907.
with an inipressiveness that will long
live in the hearts of all present The
hour Kr was fnnr n'plnH.- Tlio after-
noon was intensely hot, but neverthe- iu conformity with the state in regard
ipsa lnrA r.r;m8 flnt n " Imuor traihc; but with no such refa'-
jsoit drinks are served
As anticipated in our last week's ar
ticle, the city council has passed laws
ess a large crowd was present to wit
ness and participate in the last meeting.
ulations as Uockwood, Carthage, Mur
freesboro and other rural communities
have put oh the statue books. Humor
has it, however, that the merchants of
Rev. E. J. Gregg, Corresponding llopiuusvule. will charter a train to
Secretary, made a few remarks, after carry those of this community, with
which he asked for a Darting word bibulous desires, to the fair Kentucky
from all present. Several o those town to-morrow night (.Saturday), it
present responded. Dr. W. D. Chap-
pelle tired the convention with his el
oquence; he stated that he had been
greatly inspired by having come in
contact with so many workers in the
cause of Christ. Miss A. E. Bradford.
of New York City, spoke words of
encouragement and said she felt like
singing "Onward Christian Soldiers."
The convention joined ir the singing
very lerventiy. The meeting was
brought to a close by a parting hand
shake, all singing "Cod be with you
till we meet again." Benediction was
pronounced at 0:19 and the first bi
ennial convention of the Allen Chris
tian Endeavor Society passed into his
tory.
remains to be seen whether the sanio
materializes.
One of the quietest days in the his
tory of this place was witnessed last
i nursaay, tne lourtn. v nn tne ex
ception of an occasional explosion of
small fire crackers and the passing of
electric cars of ancient pattern, one
would have thought himself in 'Gold
smith's deserted village. The only re
minder of the nation's natal day was
the enlivening strains of martial nius
ic of the syncopated style with apolo
gies for the rhythm and harmony.
Clad in beautiful suits of blue, while
the leader was in all his glory with a
brilliant scarlet, a band hailing irom
Allensville, Ky.. caused those remain
ing in town to think of the original
ilnv when thfi lihprtv hpll was rimer
is the fiaper read by aud tlie birtn o the nati0n heralded to
The following
Miss Brueie Mai Ewing;
Sunshine for the Aged and Sick: How
Supplied.
We, who are strong and vigorous,
rise up early in the morning to meet
the world.
Then entire membership of Warfleld
Lodge, with a few supplementary
guests, was entertained with the beau
titul Masonic installation services last
Thursday night, at the Masonic Tern
the sun as it comes beaming over the pie. The following were obligated and
eastern horizon, can join the meadow
lark in praising God for so glorious a
light. Since we are given these priv
ileges, God intends that we impart the
sanfe to others, and the aged and sick
are those most deserving.- How, then,
shall we go about this duty in such a
way as to benefit those we serve,
and to make it a pleasure to our
selves? Sometimes the sick room is
dark and dreary, but we want to car
ry the glorious sunshine of hope and
cheer. What would the world be with
out sunshine? Since the aged and
sick are kept indoors, we should carry
the sunshine from above us, and from
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BADGES
All Styles and Prices.
installed into the official positions for
the next ensuing term: J. 11. Tomp
kins, Worshipful Master; D. W. Wynn,
Senior Warden; S. M. Steele, Junior
Warden; Thos. Simmons, Senior Dea
con; Wm. Mosely, Junior Deacon;
Chas. Beasley, Senior Steward; Mack
Stamps, Junior Steward; W. H. C.
Stokes, Chaplain; John Coldwell,
Treasurer, and N. R. Kimbrough, Sec
retary.
Teachers attending institute and vis
itors were given a consolation banquet
last Thursday night by the Maple
Leaf Social Club at Buck's Hail.
Among the out of town guests were
Profs. F. G. Smith, J. B. Batte and F.
within us into their homes, for their U Randle, of Nashville;' R. T. Berry,
sunshine is received in a large meas
ure from others. They were once as
young, strong and cheerful as we are
to-day, but they have now become de
crepit and despondent, and need
warmth and sunshine to make them
contented and happy. Give them this
and you are doing a great work for the
Master. On entering their homes
throw your brightest beam in their
pathway. If we faithfully perform our
duty in these respects we will be a
great power in lightening their bur-
Owensboro, Ky.; James Harrison and
John Shelby, St. Louis; Misses Lula
Frierson and Martha Alexander and
Mrs. M. Fields, of Nashville; Ida
Woodard, of Pegram, Tenn.; Blossom
Brown, of Columbia, Tenn.
"Tony the Convict," a drama by the
members of the Twentieth Century
Business Club, was given a second
time before a large and appreciative
audience Thursday night at Fifth
Ward Baptist Church.
Simple funeral services were said
dens and alleviating their pains. Any over the following last week: Miss
one not having sunshine for the aged Lydia Griffith, Mr. Tiney Harrison, of
and sick has lost one of the most St Louis, and Rev. B. J. Jones, a
precious jewels of life, and therefore, brother of Rev. I. H. Jones, of Nash
cannot understand the true worth of vine, lenn
this treasure. Sunshine Bands have The annual picnic at Hampton Sta-
been oreranized in nearlv everv state tion was held Thursday. A number
flf thfi nninn nnrl rhpv r-nrrv Bunching of Clarksville people was in attend-
into the homes of many whose lives
seemed to have had no glimmer of
light in them. Carry flowers into tne
homes of the sick and aged, and
watch how brightly the sunbeams
play among them. When you find the
aged and sick low-spirited, do not re
late sad news to them or have a
gloomy appearance. Try to releive
them of their despondency and let
bright sunbeams radiate from your
countenance. What a world of dark
ness this would be if there were no
one to scatter sunshine.
There are innumerable ways in
which we can give sunshine to the
aged and sick. The sharing of joys or
sorrows, the word or look, the warm
ance.
Mr. N. H. Harris has purchased
Goodrich & Son's grocery at Hopkins-
ville, Ky
Mrs. Belle Harris went to Kennedy,
Ky., last Friday.
Miss Fannie Hopewell and Mrs. Car
rie Simpkins returned from Peoria,
111., Saturday.
Rev. F. W. Gardner returned from
Nashville Saturday.
R. T. Berry, Editor of Kentucky Re
porter, returned to Owensboro, Ky.,
Friday.
Dr. Jefferson went to Dawson, Ky.,
Sunday.
Mr. Ed. Williams returned from
Dawson Monday.
Dr. L. T. Williams came in from
hand-shake, all bear with them a mes- Dawson, Ky., Monday.
sage of cheer. If we are unable to be
stow gifts, kind deeds can be given
abundantly. Before we can do much
toward giving this sunshine to oth
ers, we must have within our hearts
love and cheerfulness. The light that
lighteth all the world must be within
us, and if we draw from that never-
Miss Leona Roberts is in Dawson.
Miss M. F. Hill, of Louisville, is
spending a few weeks with her father.
Mr. Joe Mosby, of Memphis, was in
the city Monday.
Mr. M. C. Dunbar was in Nashville
Monday.
Prof. S. L. Barker, of Owensboro,
sure. Read to the aged and sick the
book from which the Source of LIGHT
comes. It is a lamp unto thy feet and
a light unto thy pathway.
failing source our supply of light is advertising agent of the Owensboro
Chautauqua, is in the city visiting
parents.
Mr. Kinneth Bluit passed through
the city on his way to Bowling
Green, of Tuesday.
Miss Louise Johnson returned to
Woodlawn, Monday.
Mrs. Sallie Jessup returned to Lou
isville Monday.
STOLE $15.
A man who goes by the name of
George Washington was bound over to
the Criminal Court Monday morning
on a chage of larceny. The prosecu
tor of the case, Alice Lee, claims that
at a litte Fourth of July banquet the
BELLE VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Belle View Church is now un
der the uastorate of Rev. L. E. Butler
accused picked up $15.00 belonging to who is a soul-stirring Gospel minister
tier, and for some reason or other
failed to return the money where it be
longed. Upon the, strength of such
evidence Mr. Washington pleaded
guilty.
The members of the church contem
piate making extensive repairs and
beautifying their house of worship
A collection amounting to $12.40 was
lately raised for that purpose.
MEMDER
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TjDc 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.
57evj are made of the best
satin ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
bullion fringe.
"Write us for prices and specifications
stating the number of badVes
you want.
t: ..-Addivss
iNkf.ional Baptist Publishing BoanJ
R. II. BOYD. Sec'y.
523 Second Ave., N. ' MSHYIUE. TENN
MR. W. J. BLANT0N,
Will furnhh you with nir line of
Jewelry, Eye Masses, Wairhes, Rings,
Bracelets and .erklaces.
An Assortment of Jewelry will J ,.cuht
to your home by request.
Easy terms can be scared after first payment,
Ordr-rs Promptly Killed.
Address A7. J. 13 LAN TON,
With 1). Lowcnhcim & Co.,
400 1'nioii Srwid Fourth Av.c, S. riioin, Ihin lila,
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