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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1907.
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1 CHURCH SEATS
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CHURCH
PEWS I
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New Styles Cheap and Endurable.
Comfort and Beauty Combined.
UNTIL the large number of people who are never seen in churches can be assured that every
church in this vicinity will have a set of seats that will be clean, comfortable and inviting,
they will not be seen inside a church. Many churches will supply this long-felt want if
they could do so at prices and on terms within their reach, thus increasing their attendance, draw
ing on the unusually large number of people who do not attend the churches, and which would evi
dently result in every service being crowded. A barrier has been in the way in the form of high
prices, shoddy goods and no terms. This barrier has been removed by the Church Supply Depart
ment of the National Baptist Publishing Board, which has presented the new style church seat (its
own creation and its own make). These seats are constructed of the best grade of hardwood.
They are built by the best skilled mechanics and have proven to bs the most comfortable ever of
fered at the prices. The terms on which they can be purchased are so easy that any church, re
gardless of its financial condilicn. can secure a set of these by a small cash payment, have the setts
installed and pay the remainder in monthly or quarterly payments to suit their own financial con
dition. How long, with such inviting inducements offered, will it be, before every church in and
about Nashville will get a set of seats? References can be given to the Nashville churches by re
ferring them to Rev. L. Kirkpatrick, pastor of the St. John Baptist Church, Pearl St.; Rev. J. L
Harding, pastor of the North Third Avenue Baptist Church, both of whom h-ive seated with new
style church seats; Rev. G. 1!. Taylor, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, corner Stevens and De
luge Sts.; Rev. Wm. Ilaynes, pastor of Sylvan Street Church, Shelby Avenue, who have installed the
- church pews. & J J . J
Mrs. Mittie Nelson isited here Sun
day.
Mrs. P. M. Davis is improving very
rapidly.
Mrs. Prince Covington spent Sunday
here visiting friends.
Mrs. Kitty Trimble, of Waddson, vis
ited her mother last week.
Mrs. Jane Walker has returned after
visiting her grandmother.
SMYRNA NOTES.
Sunday was a dull day here. Those
who did not go to the camp meeting,
went to Lavergne to hear Revs. Tear
son and Pankey preach the society ser
mon.
.Miss E. M. Perry, Mesdames'J. I.
Wade and Lottie Ross left Monday
for Eagleville by the way of Murfrees-
boro, to attend the Sunday School
Convention and Association.
Miss Cora White, of Louisville, is
here visiting her father, Mr. Allen
White, who is quite sick.
Mr. Ed. Gregory Is improving very
slowly.
Rev. B. G. Strong left for Eagle
ville Tuesday.
Mr. John Kerby, Wesley Holland
and the two granddaughters of Mrs.
Holland joined the M. A. Society.
Messrs J. I. Wade and Renshaw
Brown go fishing nearly every night.
It is interesting to hear them laugn
and tell what fun they have with the
big fish attempting. to go off with their
poles.
Mr. R. L. Perry has put a new fence
around his place and sowed a crop of
winter oats.
Mrs. Mary Ligon, of St. Louis, cama
in Saturday.
Mr. Chas. Bell, of Louisville, i3 vis
iting his father, Mr. Ed. Bell.
Miss Anna Gordon will make St.
Louis her home.
Mrs. Mabel Overton and sister, Mrs.
Willa Reed, passed through the city
last Saturday.
H. W. Randals spent several
in Owensboro, Ky.
Mr. Walter Tyler is making
home in Hopkinsville.
Miss Bessie Buckner returned
Russeleville, Ky., Sunday.
Dr. Jefferson returned from
ville Tuesday.
days
his
from
Nash-
MBUaMM
FOR FURTHER INFORMA
TION APPLY TO THE
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT &
National Baptist Publishing Board, A
R. H. DO YD, Secretory.
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If
leln Yourself
Why Don't You
TAKE DVANTAQE OF
OUR SHOE BARGAINS?
Might As Well
Save Money.
We are Actually Sacri
ficing our Summer Shoes.
AD
RAIMS'
Shoe Store,
335 Public Square 335
Next to Transfer Station North
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HA"VE YOTT ANY
TROUBLE WITH YOUR
EYES, EARS, NOSE
or THROAT?
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
SPECIALIST,
Mr. Will Cheers is able to be walk
ing around after a spell of sickness.
Rev. J. M. Moore and D. P. Pearson
will leave for Eagleville to-morrow.
Mrs. Dilsy Ferguson 4s in Eagle
ville. Miss Estella Childress is teaching
in Linden, Tenn.
Mrs. Jennie Schorn is visiting
friends in Chattanooga.
Miss Edna Rowland is spending
the summer in Fayettsville.
Mrs. Ellen Bonds received a painful
onHrient hv falling from a wagon, but
is improving.
Miss Maple Green, of Nashville, is
the guest of Miss Richie McCollom.
Mrs. G. C. Harden is in Nashville
having her throat treated.
Mrs. W. R. Smith has gone to Man
chester to open her school.
The funeral of Mr. Burrell Nance
took place at Allen Chapel on Monday
afternoon, Revs. Reed and Anderson
officiating.
Mrs. Mary Woods, of Marshall Coun
ty, is visiting her son, Mr. Jame3
Woods.
Mrs. Jane Gentry, the mother of
Mrs. Lucy Woods, is ill.
ROOMS 2 and 3
NAPIER C "URT.
NASHVILLE,
TENN.
LOOK! LOOK!
THIS IS THE ONLY
Ice Cream Parlor
From Cedar to Heabody. where colored peo
ple are permitted to have m'Wta
iind down and out in the yard. GOOD OR
npn i STRICTLY OBSERVED. There will
i,e nil kinds of soft drinks find strawb try
NEWS OF STATE.
. - . nil
and vanilla creams ni mi nuiirs. m iuk
kinds. Open nifiht and dav. Do not ful to
call by and see for yourself. You need not
leave town for enjortnent but only coaie to
our place ; come and hr ar more than UK) pieces
Ot e
fiRain, Willie"
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and " Don't concern you,
BLUE FRONT ICE CREAM PARLOR
Commerce Street and Express Alley.
(Between Cherry and Summer Sts.)
JIM WHITELOW & CO., Prop.
7-20-07 it
Fanny ; Taylor Restaurant,
FINE LUNCHES. ( Prompt Attention)
Meals 5, io, y a(1 25 cents
139 Fourth Avenue. South.
Mr. Johnson Watkins, of Chicago, is
in the city. He is highly connected in
social circles of Chicago as an Elk and
K. of P. u .
Mrs. Sutton E. Griggs, who has been
visiting in Philadelphia for a number
of months, is expected to arrive in the
xflty some time next week.
MURFREESBORO NOTES.
Miss Bertha L. Green will soon leave
for her school in Chattanooga, where
she has been teaching for the past two
years.
Mrs. Emma Walden, of Nashville, is
Hie guest of Mrs. .Tas. Childress.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stancel enter
tained at 5 o'clock tea in honor of Miss
.T. Lula Smith, of St. Paul, Minn.
Those present were Misses Mamie J.
Gannaway, Johnnie O'Neal, Mr. J. Wy
man Brady.
Miss Allie W. Green is visiting
f i lends and relatives in Chattanooga
and Dayton.
Miss Allie Will Long is visiting her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hillard
Green.
Mr. J. Wyman Brady spent Sunday
in Nashville.
Mrs. William Williams is in Nash
ville this week.
The Stones River Association con
venes at Eagleville this week. Quite
a number of leading ministers passed
Hi rough the city on their way.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil spent Sunday in
the citv. They are visiting relatives
at Chapel Hill this week.
Rev. B. F. Anderson left Tuesday for
Tullahoma to attend the District Con
ference.
Elma A. Williams is visiting
in Tullahoma.
Ora Green is teaching in Jef-
Miss
friends
Miss
ferson.
Miss
turned
Miss
Hat tie Mae Anderson has re
to Chattanooga.
Verna Smith, of Nashville, is
visiting her cousin, Miss Alean Boles
Mrs. Cora Scales spent three days
in Nashville last week.
GOODLETTSVILLE NOTES.
Mr.. and Mrs. Philip Gee and their
little daughter, Josie Marie, of Edge
field Junction, spent last Sunday with
Mrs. J. H. Hendricks, the mother of
Master Hobart Cantrell is spending
this week in Springfield.
Messrs. J. M. Payne and S. E. Hatch
visited Nashville last weeK.
Miss Bessie Matthews has returned
to Nashville.
Mrs. Litha Grizzard will visit
Springfield and Nashville respectively
this week.
Mr. John Utley, who was on the sick
list last week has recovered.
Master Lowen Cantrell, who has
been sulfering with a broken leg, is
fast improving.
Through the instrumentality of
Messrs. Gilliard Finch and S. E.
Hatch, a new organization, "The Tri
angle in the Circle," has recently been
started among the colored citizens
here. It has for its object the general
improvement of the community life.
Prof. James C. Russell delivered an
address before this body at its regu
lar meeting last Tuesday night. Also
others spoke and expressed deep inter
est in the movement. One of its prom
inent members, Mr; David Cantrell,
being indisposed, could not be pres
ent; but he sent his message of love
and enthusiasm for ihe cause.
The Young People's Society will ren
der an interesting program at the Con
gregational Church next Sunday, be
ginning at 8 p. m.
SPRING HILL NOTES.
Mrs. Caroline Aldmon, of Forest.
City, Ark., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. it.
McKissack.
Rev. B. Jenkins has been on the sick
list for several days.
Mrs. Annie Hunter, a granddaugnter
of Mrs. Sindy Segers, is visiting our
town this week.
The Protective Aid Association gave
quite a profitable picnic last Satur
day, and a moving picture scenery
was exhibited last Saturday night at
the M. E. Church.
Mr. Argle Campbell, one of the lead
ing white citizens, who has been sick
quite a time, passed over into the be
yond last .week. Quite a number or
colored people attended the funeral.
There were services at both the M.
E. and Missionary churches last Sun
day. Mr. Ben Pointer visited Mrs. Aman
da Grigsby last Saturday.
There will be a big picnic at Duplex
on the tenth.
Mr. Ewing Keel, of South Nashville,
paid Mr. S. A. Bond and family a
friendly visit last Sunday.
Mr. P. Bond and his two children
and Miss Annie Campbell, the princi
pal of Mt. Zion School, visited Mrs.
Laura Bond last Sunday.
Prof. Carter Campbell, the principal
of Flint Valley School, visited Rev.
G. T. Thompson last Sunday.
Prof. W. M. Henry visited Mr. G.
T Shnrl.pr Inst Sunday.
Mr. Fonzo Brown, of s! Spring Hill,
visited the Mt. Hope Sunday School
last Sunday.
Mr. A. Shelton, of Gravel Hill, a
prosperous farmer, was in our town
last Sunday.
Mr. Charles Grigsby, a porter for
Beckwith Brothers, has been very sick
for several days, but is fast recovering
and will soon be at his post of busi
ness. Last Monday our city school opened
with about forty pupils the first day.
We wish to give Prof. J. W. Byers and
Miss L. E. Bond all the aid we pos
sibly can spare.
We are still calling for 100 paid up
subscribers to the Nashville Globe.
McMINNVILLE NOTES.
The W. P. L. A. A. held its annual
convention here in Clark Chapel be
ginning Thursday and closing Sunday
night. The delegation was heartily
welcomed and royally entertained in
the homes of the citizens. All the
services were largely attended. On
Saturday night an exhibit was made
at the church, where beautiful and ar
tistic needlework done by the ladies
of the different lodges was shown.
The annual sermon was preached on
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock by the
chaplain of the order, to a large con
gregation, a very impressive and able
address being delivered.
On Sunday evening, in connection
with a song service beautifully ren
dered by the choir, five minute ad
dresses were made by Drs. J. B. Sin
gleton, of Nashville, and S. P. Living
ston, of this place; Mr. Jas. Bumpas3,
LL. 1)., of Nashville; Prof. Hawkins,
of Walden University, and Mr. Frank
Mercer, of Nashville, formerly of this
place. The speakers were introduced
by the honorable Father Caldwell, of
Nashville, President of the Grand
Lodge of Tennessee. The delegates re
turned to their homes on Monday
morning. Prof. Hawkins remaining
over in the interest of Walden University.
Much interest, is manifested in the
tent meeting being held here for two
weeks.
Little Thelma McClain Livingston,
who has been quite sick with measles
nd mumps, is almost well again.
Mrs. J. B. Sublett, of Murfreesboro.
is spending several weeks here, the
guest of Mrs. S. P.. Livingston.
Mr. Frank Mercer, of Nashville, is
spending a few days here with rela
tives and friends.
Miss Julia Roach, who is teaching at
Goodbars, spent a few hours here Sat
urday en route to her home at Smartts, '
where she spent Sunday Ttfith her
parents.
Mrs. Willis Durley entertained Dr.
Singleton and Lawyer Bumpass at din
ner Sunday.
Miss Jessie Gwyn is expecting to vis
it in Manchester and Tullahoma soon.
Misses Daisy B. Payne and Willie
L. Griffey enjoyed the hospitality of
Miss Lucy Anderson at dinner Sun
day. Miss Edna Grace Brown, who has
been at Beersheba Springs for two
weeks, has returned home.
Mrs. S. W. Burch left Friday after
noon for a visit to her parents in Mem
plijs. Prof. W. D. Hawkins, of Nashville,
visited Lewisberry while here in at
tendance on the W. P. L. A. A. Conven
tion. Miss Beatrice Hise is teaching in
Marion County, near South Pittsburg.
Miss Bessie Vaughn left Sunday aft
ernoon to open her school on Monday
morning of this week.
Mrs. J. M. Hawkins opened her
school on the 22nd at Leesburg with a
large enrollment.
Our town will be largely represented
nt the District Conference of the M.
F. Church, which meets in Tullahoma
this week.
CLARKSVILLE
The past week
LAVERGNE NOTES.
The annual sermon was preached by
Revs. E. W. Pankey and D. P. Pearson,
of Murfreesboro. The church was
crowded. The Sandhill Society turned
out with Lodge No. 5.
Mrs. Addie Good visited her sister
in Una last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ella Goodman, of
Nashville, and three daughters visited
her relatives last Sunday,
NOTES.
in this city was
one or me quietest, in tne History ui
this place, so much so that almost
every day seemed as Sunday. No
doubt, however, this week will repay
for that last noticeable stillness.
Eighth of August, with its many side
lights, bewilderments and crowds, will
lie in full blast, while the Maple Leaf
Club will entertain visitors and
friends with a special moonlight out
ing; and socials and hay-rides ga
lore will l:e but a reminder that this
august city is still on the map.
The vanguard of the Emancipation
celebration is casually moving on this
place; but will no doubt be somewhat
disappointed in the condition of the
town as was wont on former occasion
One of the usual sights and common
o currentcs is the exercising and con-
stint companionship of dogs of the
Enili-di bull variety and their owners
through the streets of this place
While this vogue has been at its zen-
iih for some time it has now begun to
wane. One dog, unmindful of what
was about to tome, was suddenly
pounced upon by another ot the same
vaiiety, kith and kin. A battle royal
was sen. The dumb brutes were not.
the only ones to suiter, but owners
came forward under the last law of the
legislature, and paid taxes and penal
tics for harboitng.
A South Clarbsvillc man, owner of
a kennel of several high priced blood
ed animals, has become very gener
ous and is now the possessor of one
CEMETERY NOTES.
Quite a number were present from
Murfreesboro attending the camp
meeting, and also irom Nasnvilie and
surrounding towns.
For the past week Rev. Florer has
bad a most wonderful meeting, the
argest. and most successful camp
meeting that has ever been held in
Rutherford County. Rev. Mr. Florer
preached an able sermon last Sunday
on the "Prodigal Son." Quite a num
ber of white people were and have
been present at all of the meetings.
Mrs. Lovey Wendel, of Nashville,
who oiue was a successful teacher in
Rutherford County, furnished music
and presided at the organ during the
meeting, and with the assistance of
the Stone's River Church choir, added
greatly to the success of the meeting.
White people flocked for miles around
to hear the camp meeting and jubilee
snugs and donated freely.
Mur-
from
EDENEZER NOTES.
Miss Addie Buchanan, of the
frecsboro road, returned Monday
Con fcrcnee.
Miss Cornelia Battle, of Glen Haven
avenue, spent Sunday night with Miss
Minnie Ross, of the Murfreesboro
Tile.
Misses Josie and Louise Battle spent
a pleasant afternoon with the Misses
A. L. and D. C. Buchanan.
Mr. Robert F. Martin was the guest
of Miss Buchanan last week.

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