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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1907.
BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN
. MANY GRADES. '
The finest piano that money and shill 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
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,
Mrs. F. R. Turner, of 915 Ninth ave
nue, isortn, entertained Mr. Kobert
Marks, of Louisville, on last Friday
evening. Music was the feature of
Messrs. Robert Mark, B. F. Martin,
Wm. M. Rucker, Misses Sadie R.
Stokes, of Chicago, 111., Luke Vaughn,
Robert Ralph, Hal Duff, Charles Duff,
Jannie Hill, F. A. Turner.
Ernest McChrister, 110 Twelfth av
onnn, South ( ronr), 1 year.
Thomas Harris, S17 Vernon street,
Samuella Creor, TOG Eijhth avenue,
A three-course menu years.
Those present were
THE CITY BEAUTIFUL.
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH.
o r nn nT
The Negroes of Nashville are con
tributing their part to make the city
beautiful. This is certainly true if
one should judge by the scores of beau
tiful homes recently erected and still
!n course of construction, to be owned
Quite a liberal sum was raised at inhabited bv Ne-roes. Greater
this church last Sunday for the ben- ashville cannot be Greater Nashville
efit of the rebuilding of Roger Will- unless every citizen feels it his indis-
ianis University. A very interesting nensable duty to contribute, as a corn
programme was rendered by the mitte of one. to its success. The re-
choir ofthis church on "White's Creek rent purchases of real estate by mem
pike, Mrs. Baker being the musical hers of the rnce is evidence beyond the
director. The special aild most high- shadow of a doubt that in the city of
ly appreciated selections of the day Nashville within the next two years
were the sacred solos of Misses will be foun'l more homes owned by
Emma Raines and Maggie Hickman, the citizens of color than any other
city, indeed without any attempt at
boasting, it has its share? already and
rontinues to aid to the; long list with
slow but steady pace. Within the
last twelve months over $50,000 worth
of homes have been erected. This is
confined to no particular locality or
section of the city, but to the contrary
like the many hills that make Nash
ville-, characteristic, these homes hav
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Shelby, of 527
Lischey avenue, have returned to the
city after taking an extended trip
in which they visited many places of
interest. En route to the Jamestown
Exposition they visited Asheville and
Saulisbury, N. C; Danville and Nor
folk, Va. From Norfolk they visited b,een built and are still being built
the Exposition, Virginia Beach, Cape The onward march continues
Henry, Old Point Comfort, and via
ChesaDeake Bay and . the Potomac
River, to Washington. D. C. Return- MAbllbtu HIS GRAIN DCnlL
(tip- thev came over the Chesnneake DREN
& unio uauway, stopping ai men- 0n Pundjv nn need man named
mona, va., cnanesion, w. va., mcm- stenhen Buchanan was arrested hv
it r-v i T ill . I "
nan, u., ana iuibviue, ivy. the roUC the charsre be'n? inhuman
Mr. and Mrs. Shelby are widely treatment of children. He was in
known, being two of the most active the City Court Monday and Judge
worwers in me cause ui ryuiiauisin na fir finp.i him jor, Onp rhlhl
in the city, i heir activity m tne worn Wrine evidence of n severe thrash
of the lodges, courts and juveniles has -,n a, brought intn court The
caused them to be dubbed "The Fa-Uniltv man mimm tbnt the. nh.
ther and Mother of Pythianism" in (jren had kllle(l his ch;,ckens and he
East Nashville, and their many r,unishPd them for so doine.
friends will be pleased to near oi
their pleasant trip.
AH Styles and Prices.
Chas. Fite and Ada McClemond.
Albert Smith and Mary Smith.
BOTTLE VS. CLUB.
At or near Goldberg's saloon, at
the corner of Ninth avenue and Pearl
street, on Monday afternoon two men
mioses Abernatny ana L,owena ivion- became involved in a heated argu-
.roe. rrent. It is said that one of the men.
Will McFarland and Letha Lemons. Dave McClain, asaulted ' W. L. De-
W i iw
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.) PiiONE, MAIN 44961.
C. T. COFFEY, Proprietor.
Jim Hoover and Nellie White
Thomas Smith and Hattie McGee.
Tom Mosely and Mary Gooch.
Henry Ransom and Jessie Price.
Buff Hodges and Murkie Johnson.
A. F. McDuffy and Samuella W.
Clifford Wilker and Mary Wade.
Jesse Briem and Lea Brown.
Ed Vester and Emma Joyner.
J. D. Buchanan and Matilda
berry, his opponent, with a stick. De
berry in retaliat'on made use of a
bottle as his weapon, and was ar
rested by the police.
COLORED MEN IN PENNSYLVA- J
NIA RAILROAD SERVICE.
The Pennsylvania Railroad gives
employment to mere than 500 men as
waiters, cooks and porters, who draw
salaries from $25 to $125 per month
as follows: waiters and fourth cooks,
$25; third cooks, $45; second cooks,
$65; chefs, $85; traveling chefs, $125;
.aggregating about $30,000 paid
monthly to colored men in Jersey
City by the Pennsylvania Railroad
A GOOD BYE PARTY.
Mrs. Ella Phillips and daughter,
Miss Geneva, have returned home
from St. Louis, Mo., where they vis
ited her sister, Mrs. Queen Hollis, and
niece, Mrs. Wm. Stares, of 2914 Law
ton, avenue, St. Louis. On the night
before their departure a good bye
party was given them on surprise.
A three-course menu was served.
Those present were Mesdames Ella
Phillips, Eva Lias, Queene Hollis,
Misses Geneva Phillips, Georgia Rob
inson, Hattie Robinson, Hattie Mc
Gavock, Reba Mack, Rosa Wedlock,
Willie Starnes, Olga Starnes and
Messrs. Sam Rose, George Barham,
Mitchell, P. Davis, Wm. Starnes, Na
than Shers, Wm. Buford and Jack
Mrs. Melissa Cromer entertained
the Ladies' Church Extension Board
of St. John's A. M. E. Church at her
home on last Friday evening. Mrs
E. C. Coffey, the President, called the
meeting to order. Devotional exer
ts ses were conducted by Dr. T. W.
Haigler. As there was no literary
ing preparations for an anniversary
which will be held in a few weeks.
Several captains were absent, yet
the financial report was very good.
Refreshments were served at the
close of the meeting.
An interesting sermon was preached
by Rev. Mr. Bradford at Braden
Chapel Sunday, July 28. The sermon
as very helpful and encouraging and
quite an interest was manifested by
all nresent. A collection of $20.21 was
bers in geiting leady for the anual
1G years. conference which convenes September
Robert Lee, 2801 West Hill, 3 25, in Memphis
street, 1 year.
Lew Chubb, 718 Benville street, 20
vears. riMiNut uucmin ruo i -ur-riut.
Edward Roland, Doylas and Chest- F th Gi 0 p
nut street, 22 years. T -v-.,,,. i.... f ,,.H-,r, t,f
Mav Redmond. CiJo rourth avenue, .. . ... . . , 1 . ,
' on the ocean, which certainly belongs
to the most primitive in the wholy
world, and does not boast a single
It is in the South American Conti
nent, on the coast cf Patagonia. Close
to the edge of the sei is erectel a
strong beam on which is written
"Post-Office," and joined to it by a
strong iro-n chain lies a barrel with a
SIX O'CLOCK DINNER.
Complimentary to Miss Campbell.
Miss Matilda L. Hargrave enter
tained a few friends at six o'clock din
ner Friday afternoon, the 26th inst., years.
South, 45 years
Infant of John and Bell Vaughter,
817 Stevenson street.
Isadaia Noppins, 409 Quarry street,
James McCombs, 1201 Hawkins
street, 3 months.
Robert Lee, 2801 West Hill, 3
Amy Robertson, 319 Third avenue, movable cover. The ships which pass
South, 65 years. through the btraights nd a boat to
Maria Bell, 812 Eighteenth avenue, the coast to take out those letters
North, 19 years. wnicn are to De iorwaraea. ana at tne
Ruthie May Norville, 1614 Patter- same time pui in meir own posiai mat
Wyman E. Allen, St. Louis, Mo., 5
at her home in honor of Miss Annie
Campbell, of Columbia.
The table was artistically decorated
and filled to overflowing with the
choicest delicacies of the season.
Ernest Howell (alias Jones), Coun
ty jail, 30 years.
Willie Mawthars, 1113 Church
street, 8 years.
Daniel Williams, 305 Stewart street,
ter the former to be conveyed to the
next port, to be sent on by means of
ii i , i.
me usual iiusi.
In the Torres Straits, on one of the
islands belonging to Australia, is a
similar post station, equally primitive
and equally fulfilling its purposes.
Later on in the evening a crowd of 58 years.
young men from the city joined the Ever Ewing, 514 Quarry street, 30
vounsr ladies and shared with them in years.
their evening pleasures. The young Anna Barnes, 917 Warren street, 50
neople enjoyed themselves until a late years
hour. Those who partook of the hos- Edna Belle Smith-, 27 Maury street,
nitalitv of Miss Hargrave were 10 months.
Misses Jessie Montsromerv. Marie Ad- William Love. 1012 Shankland
kins, Annie Campbell, Sallie Duvall, street, 6G years
Marv Cheers, Mary and Maggie Har- Infant of
grave, Messrs. Earl Sargent, Dennis Ames. 4 miles Harding pike, 8 weeks.
Irving, Eugene Morton, Dave Boxley, Ernest Williams, 404 Seventeenth
Ed Demombreun, James Gather, Geo. avenue, North, 6 months.
Hicks. Sam White. Horace Harrison, Susie Norman, Alabama and Cole
Dave Worthen, Lovell, Wm. street, 20 years.
irnvp-mve Mr White was verv en- Martha Smith. 423 Eleventh ave-
tertaining with a number of his nue, North, 6 years.
Miss Tempie Johnson, of 1230 Sec
ond avenue, South, had an exciting ex
perience a few days ago while water
lng flowers in her yard. She came in
contact with a snake of considerable
size. At one time it looked as though
The young lad'es composing the
Wednesday Evening Musical Club
gave one of the most delightful mid
mmmer shirtwaist dances of the pres
ent season last Friday evening at tho
hall of the Railway Men's Protective
Association. Quite a number of out-
James and Margaret hf town ladies, who are in the city at
tending the summer school at nsk
were present and added to the enjoy
ment or the occasion. ices were
served upon the lawn.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs
Geo. O. Boyd, Jr., Mesdames James
'lunter, N. J. Anderson, J. C. Thomp
son, 'Misses Georgia Harris, Mont
gomery, Ala.; Bessie Landrum, A.t
lanta, Ga.; Countess Haris, Mont
gomery, Ala.; Lizzie Wells, Martha
Wells, Minnie Hunter, Jennie Noel,
Ethel Jordan, Haz-'l Thompson, Anita
Everline Redman, 1018 Eleventh
ivenue, North, 27 years.
iMartha Dismukes, 516 Fourth ave
nue, North, 33 years.
Candace Powel. 1206 Twelfth ave
nue South. 87 vears.
Scott. Mabel Scott, Messrs. John
I year Sims, Wm. D. Bcger, J. O. Battle, T
Infant of Pearlie Ilildreth, 422 Clay Moore, J. F. Battle, Dr. A. H. Mo
Ihe reptile would injure .Miss Johnson, Seventh avenue, South, 3 days. vlssacu. John b leming. u. nn esiey
. , i j 1 r, v Svlvcinlmia Hrnmn HI .InrUsnn lUi'-Iier, LIKIE. ;. imiti. lUJUtll
nut oy ner cuuniuts uuu uumj ouc .....u... . ...t., -
" .La n rnh n nin. nf Rnfetv street. 5 months. Green, B, J. Hadley, Ernest Cole
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cieties and associations a
prices that are as reason
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jatln ribbon, stamped with
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med vith ir! ported gold
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stating the number of badges
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