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TIIC NASHVILLE 0 LODFJ, FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1907.
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BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION.
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and honey." It is the general opinion
or the concem.ti of opinion of the
masses of the Negro Baptists of Ten
nessee that while Rev. Mr. Haynes
may. not be a great educator, he Is a
great hustler, and people would like to
see Mr. Ilayncs made president of
this scdiool and given the right uf way
to put it into operation. The Globe
reporter, however, could not get into
the secret chambers as he had no
mystic jey to the majestic entrance.
Hence he is unable to give the read
ers a full view of the future Inten
tions of the Baptists concerning this
school project; but enough has been
learned to say to the public that the
Negro Baptists of Middle Tennessee
are awakened and aroused as never
before, and it is safe to predict that
the first Monday in November, 1907,
will find Roger Williams University
in operation in the city of Nashville.
FROM CHATTANOOGA TO LITTLE
Mrs. T. R. Ish, who has been visiting
friends in Chattanooga, nassed throueh
Nashville on the way to her home in
Little Rock, Ark., Welnesday morn
ing. Mrs. Ish was accompanied by
Misses Lcssie Johnson and Johnnie
Johnson. The Misses Johnson, whose
homes are in Chattanooga, will be
numbered in the student body at Phi
lander Smith College, Little Rock, the
next school year. They visited the
National Baptist Publishing House
and other places of interest. Thev
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. IT.
Kelly, 633 Bass street, while nere.
TO KILL MOTHS.
Camphor and Tobacco only Repel
o?roon Bisulphide Advised.
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WRITH I-'OR I'KOSl'KCTVS.
mfection in every way. He pointed
out where he was going to put differ
ent buildings for different kinds of
amusements: he tinwni
would be laid out for flower beds:; he i
thowod where he intended to locate!
the field for athletic spoits. He was!
very communicative and talked freely
of his future plans. This may have)
been due to the fact that in mingling1
with the neonle he had been the . i
tlpient of hearty expressions of grati
tude from many who really appreciate
what he has done for his people in
the magnanimity of his great bene
faction the gift of Greenwood Park.
One could not have listened to this
big-hearted man unfolding his plans
to give to hhj people, their children
nnd postal iiy forever as nearly an
ideal Eden for wholesome pleasure as
lay within his power, without feeling
deep down in his soul the highest ad
miration for this truly public benefac
tor. Many now recognize the nobility
of the man, but In after years when
what he is now doing shall be seen
and fully appreciated by the people,
no name will be mote reverently
siioken than that of Preston Taylor.
DEATH OF MRS. JAMES DISMUKES.
Mrs. James Dismukes died at her
late residence. 510 Fourth avenue,
North, on Friday, July 2G, aged 33
years. She had been sick one month
and three days. She was a loving
wife, a faitliful church worker and a
Christian woman. The funeral serv
ices were held at the Fifteenth Ave
nue Baptist Church, Rev. A. W. Por
ter pastor, Sunday morning at ten
o'clock. The church was crowded
with friends of the deceased to pay
the last tribute of respect. Rev Mr
Porter, Dr. C. If. Clark, Rev. J L
Harding and Rev. J. L. Harding,
Jr., had charge of the ceremonies'
The interment was at -Mount Ararat.
ELEVEN O'CLOCK BREAKFAST.
A moderately well messed woman
flitted into one of the County offices
the other day with much aplomb and
said that she would like to see the
head of the office. There was some
thing about the woman, despite her
fairly good clothes, that bespoke hum
ble origin and unly recent prospeiity.
i iv is rut tins afternoon." said the
young woman who had been addicted
by the visitor.
"Well," exclaimed the other woman,
peevishly, "when can I see him?"
"He is least likely to be out of the
office along about 11 in the morning."
said the young woman clerk.
"Oh, my dear young woman," said
the visitor, as she drew herself to her
full height, "that is when I have mv
After she had gone, tie
had heard litr remarks r.ll
"She didn't look liko 11
breakf ist to me," said c-no. "I'll vent
"'p to k;iv that she ots the alum
clock for 0 o'clock ovclfy mornimr am1
hustlos out of hod to get her husband's
breakfast." Cleveland Plain Dealer
Contrary to the general belief, cam
phor, naphthalene and tobacco will not
kill clothes moths, says Suburban Life.
They act merely as repliants: where
they are used the moths will not de
posit eggs. If the eggs are already
laid or if the young have hatched sub
stances of this nature will have no ef
fect. In May or June the moths appear
and lay their eggs, which soon hatch
into the destructive grubs that feed on
feathers, wool, fur and other things
of an animal texture. The campaign
against the moths must start early in
the spring if immunity for the rest of
the year is to lie enjoyed.
The easiest way to rid clothes of
mollis is to give them a thorough
brushing once a week and then expose
inern to air and sunshine, where thov
ire to be peeked away, fumigation
with carbon 1 isulphide is the surest
method. The garments are put in a
ugnt t runic, with ninth marbles.
Then a saucer is placed on ton of the
Pile with four or five tablespoonfuls of
liquid carbon bisulphide in it, easily
omaineri at all druggists. The lid is
(dosed and the trunk left undisturbed
until the clothes arc wanted.
The bisulphide evaporates, and be-
ing Heavier than air, settles through
the garments. -It is deadly to insect
nte and will destroy It in all stages.
No odor will remain In the clothes
after airing them a few moments so
that they can be used as soon as they
are taken out. The moth marbles pre
vent other females from crawling in
to lay their eggs.
A simple way, but not so sure, Is
after brushing the goods to pack them
In ordinary paper boxes or flour bags,
pasting a strip of paper over the
cracks in order to keen out. the ninths
For closets, cracks, carpets, furniture
or carriage furnishings a thorough
sprinkling of benzine or casolenn will
clear out the pests.
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.
GUN FIRED BY A RABBIT.
From he London Daily Mail.
An extraordinary incident occurred
close to the village of Milton, near
Newport Pa?nell, on Friday. A com
mercial traveller while driving along
the road stopped to speak to two gen
demon who wore shooting rabbits
alongside the hedge. One of the gen
demon laid his gun on the ground
while ho placed a ferret in a hole. A
rabbit bolting at this moment ran over
the trigger of the loaded gun, which
it released with its feet., the traveller
having a very narrow escape.
FUNERAL OF MRS.
The funeral services over the
remains of Mrs. Susie Norman
wore solemnized at Kayno Ave
nue Haptist Church Thursdav. Julv
at 2 o'clock. Rev. Dr. 'Denny
and Rev. Mr. Davis conducted the
ceremonies. The church was filled
with friends who came to look upon
the face of the dearly loved woman
for the last time on earth. Mrs. Nor
" an was a devout Christian, an af
fectionate wife and a devoted mother.
A!sup ft Me.Gavock were the funeral
directors. The remains were interred
at Mt. Ararat.
The parlor organs are in three
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 new de
sign. It is quarter sawed, golden
oak polish and is put up in a six
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