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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1907.
was taken for the university. Quite
The Palace Sliaviiiff Parlor. I
a number of ministers of the A. M. E
Church was introduced to the Confer
f nee, some of whom made appropriate
remarks. Three local preachers were
. EVERYTIIIAG UP-TO-DATE.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTWG A SPECIALTY.
recommended to the Annual Confer
ence for admission to trial. The sum
of $20.14 was taken up during the ses
Miss Sarah I3rown, of the Spruce
btreet Uaptist Church, visited the Con
ference and received a hearty welcome
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage, t
wnen introduced to the members.
The next Conference will meet at
114 Fourth Ave., S.
feeay's Chape, South Nashville.
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The People to Suit "Vou.
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Nashville Furniture Go.
Telephone Main, 1761.
Walter Bracy. -E.
21G Third Avenue, North.
L. B. Hughes.
Esq. Win. Crump.
Nashville Portrait Co. I
J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
The only up-to-date picture enlarging house in shville
wnere customers receive cordial treatment. First-class
pictures of all sizes. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
Telephone, Main 3714-Y. 118 Fourth Ave., North.
An "enjoyable event of the week was
a birthday party given last Thursday
evening, August 1, at thehome of Mr.
and Mrs. James Dabnev. of Tenth ave-
nue, South, in honor of their dauzh-
Dancing was the feature of thu
evening. Music was rendered bv
Misses Minnie Townsend, Mamie
Johnson and others. Ices and cake
wene served at a late hour. The
guests were as follows: Misses Al
berta Jordan, Maggie Payner, Mattie
Ewing, Lula Goodloe. Edna McAdoo.
Mamie Johnson, Mary McGee. Ruth
I owies, Mime Townsend, Katie Wims,
rennie Goodloe, Messrs. Clarence T,.
Goodman, William H. Dabney, John
W. Demoss, Willie Hughes, Silas Fer
guson, Edward Anderson. John W.
Stephenson, Edward Dillahunty, Rob
ert Growe, James Fitzgerald, and Ca
leb Whitney. A number of handsome
presents were received by the
D. A. DORTCH,
AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TKLEPnOXE, MAIN 482.
N. E. Corner Broadway and Third Avenue,
The home of Mrs. Alice Smith. 1024
Ament street, was the scene of a
beautiful social nartv on Mnnv
evening, given by a club of vmmsr la
dies. Miss Myrtle Brown, assisted by
Mr. Thomas Cotton, presided at the
piano. Dancing was the feature, nf
the evening. A menu of three courses
was served. Those present were
Misses Uvelena Davis, Lucile Cotton,
Annie M. Gug, Cynthia Cn
McGavock, Annie McGavock, Mattie
htOKes, Myrtle Carr. Messrs
Cotton, Dorsey Thompson. DextJer ATr.
Gee, Willie Thornton, Ernest Stokes,
sogers unodes, Willie Carr, Clarence
Maxwell, Curlev WTi
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One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a
church or a Sunday school, is an organone 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.
913 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE, NORTH.
UfcA I H OF L TTLE WPDocdt-
ta. l b I
Herbert Porter, after n. Tone- snoll nf
sickness, died Monday night, August
a. ni nis nomo, No. 718 Smiley street.
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iiiu iiinerai services were held at
iro.vne Chapel A. M. E. Church on
u erinesday afternoon, nt 2 ninr.ir
inn was attended by manv friend x
hcqunintrmcos. inrludrns? a number of I
nis sr.nopim-7.tes. Thto little boy was
"Itastus," a favorite lief flntr nf nr..
um airs, u. ii. Thome, of Tremont
n venue, was poisoned W Brma ,-or.
rally individual some time Wertnos.
;iaj. uastus wns an lntoinra i
Tnal, and had manv fn
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Hqmunianws or His owners. Mrs.
Thorne is nearly nrostmteri n iJ
.m passing away of "Rnstns"
A Home School for Girls. Literary Courses and
domestic 1 raining.
TERMS FOR BOARD, TUITION AND ALL
NECESSARY EXPENSES, $1.25 PER WEEK.
- ' v mv. injouu y illfIlL July ol WT.S
Next Term Begins Saturday, September 21sf iQn7r;?cn one of the pettiest home 'wed-
inuiit; wngnt gave
u iiiau-imony ner niece, Miss Sallie
A. Smith, to Mr. John V XnnA a
n.i ... - ""'UJ. n L
Mrs. Emma TViRt
beautiful wedding march. Miss Anna
Matthews served as bridesmaid and
"ss Mattie Eze as nmhi p t,
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'VlT. Mimiiel Wh te wno in nf
oest man, but was prevented bv
uxi.nun. .Many valuable presents
were received, a larsxe nimiWhon
cut glass and silver. Rev
nn),.i'(A.l -nil" ... '"6.
u,,!Viia"- t-mitn was formerh'
n. oiuufiiL vi risn university.
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
SOLD FOR CASH OR ON IN
WRITE FOR PROSPECTUS.
. APPLY FOR. FURTHER INFORMATION TO THE
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
PERSECUTION OF REV. T. J.
Rev. T. J. Townsend, pastor of
Spruce Street Baptist Church, who was
arrested here last week and taken
to Memphis on a charge filed against
him there several months ago for car
rying an unlawful weapon, has b'een
given an unreasonable fine and penal
sentence. Courts of justice are not
criticised when they fulfil the end for
which thtey were created, that of
meting out reward or punishment com
mensurate with justice; but when
they degenerate to the level of perse
cution, they cease to fulfill their
Rev. Dr. Townsend, some time ago,
in that very town in which he is now
imprisoned, said some very compli
mentary things of the women of his
race without disparagement of the
women of any other race. His utter
ances, it is said, were distorted by
some one and reported to the white
people, who took umbrage at what the
Rev. Dr. Townsend said. Is it not
possible that the feeling engendered
then is not at the bottom of the cx-tent-of-the-law
sentence imposed upon
Negro House Maids and Cooks." The
two "slick ducks" glibly told their
iZ' 1 1, Wtlat grcat brents
there were to be rtPHvri f. '
" m the association organized for!
- l uieenon and welfare. now
long will it i,e before inrp,i - " I
n H ! b.e th recipients
,v ""nn mens "lemons?"
COLORED COOKS BUNCOED.
Many colored cooks throughout the
c ity have been successfully bunchoed by
two white confidence men (thieves),
who claimed that they were represent
ative of "The National Association of
WEST NASHVILLE DISTRICT CON
The West Nashville District Confer
ee met in Stone's Chapel M E
C?I T-"., July
Rev s unK DeK,an at 11 a- m-
"t-V. fc. ai, I.flpv nine ttt m
11 avis was elertn son,w. tt -r
T . mil cicii y : u. i,
bv , r '11"' Boon-waR appointed
n.V the Conferenee tn oon,i i.
ashoVi1?, pil!,ei:s:.anl J- Rensnover to
"-c o. v. jniKstlan Advocate.
After the ' orcanl'nMrm nt u
me reports of the Presid
ing Elder and ministers of the bodv
l- e"i'ouraRinff. The wel
come address by Rev. .Wo Htoflu
was responded to by Rev. A. L Nel
f.0.!1, tft"r Avhlch Rev- S. J. Boon
! Mim i tne lntl,oduetory sermon.
me program for iho
carried out to the letter. An eloquent
--viiii.Mi was delivered by Dr E W S
Hammond, of Walden "tt "
spoke in the highest terms of ' the
fimioi ami the great good that Is w
mg accomplished by it. A :.
Several youncr Indies m n ji
the home of Mis T.nin n
Wednesday evening in honor of Miss
ds-'tf. or uKiahoma City. The fea-
(U ine evening were cards and
dincing. Dainty cp.kes an.i IpPO
served. Those present were Misses
"wn ma, liiuord, Merry, Wil
son Lula Grant, Alberta and Maggie
htubbs, Laura Coleman, Lucy Cage
U ,B,C lJ- """son, .i. l'orterfksld, Geor
gia Winstead. Mn
Stringer, Messrs. John Sims, A. Tor-
'viiiiimiH, Itouort Ttnhc-nr,
T , . . A CI IV
iirnes. jo in Fmn l-nn -..i
"uiniiii liotrer. Wll lnm. i
I. E. ALSUP.
W. H. MCGAVOCK?!
Residence Phone J 45 8,
From the Cheapest to the Most "costly
Plubh Couth Casket.
413 4 th Ave., N., Nashville.
Voorhees and Lynch, dental ,..
?oons, have dissnlvwi
nP T7 ivr t ...... " "tp iiua
. ... i.yncn nas moved his office
"""ss tne na n iho
it-mpie, rzH Fifth avenue
nvth. tolephono UnO- Y
J. B. KENNRnv
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
fine Rig:s of Every Description.
PHONES, Main 4156.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
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