THE NASHVILLE QLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 190?.
New Styles Cheap and Endurable.
Comfort and Beauty Combined.
NTIL 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 tnis long-ieit want it
Annie May Tillman, SOS Eighteenth
avenue, South, 2 years.
Frank Jordan. City Hospital,
Tom Burns, Winchester, Term.
Daniel Lawrence, 509 'Mulberry
street, Co years.
James Walker Scruggs, Jr., 1723
Patterson, street, 12 days.
Maggie Johnson, 1114 Fourth ave
nue. South, 22 years.
Mary T. Green, 403 Bucks alley, 2
Paralee Love, 1217 Third avenue,
South, C2 years.
Charles Walker, Sr., 62 Cannon
street, 66 years.
Lillian Officer, 949 Joe Johnston
avenue, 42 years.
Louise Hickman, 517 Sycamore
street, 3 months.
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thev could do so at prices and on terms within their reach, thus increasing their attendance, draw-
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ing on the unusually large numoer ot people wno cio not aitena uie cnurcnes, buu wiuc.u wuuiu 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 be 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 condition, can secure a set of these by a small cash payment, have the seats
installed and pay the remainder in monthly or quarterly payments to suit their own financial con
dition, How long, with snch 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 (fit.; Rev. J. L
Harding, pastor of the North Third Avenue Baptist Church, both of whom have seated with new
style church seats; Rev. G. li. Taylor, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, corner Stevens and De
luge Sts.; Rev. Wm. Haynes. pastor of Sylvan Street Church, Shelby Avenue, who have installed the
church pevvs. . & & & & & & , &
Miss Altha Stratton, of 1507 Al-
1 erta avenue, gave a soiree last Mon
day evening. Those present were
Misses Kolbie Tillman. Georgia L. and
Gertrude Stratton, Kosa B. Bailey,
Minnie Ellison, Katie Savannah, Loa
th a Matthews, Certrude Woodroof,
Alice Phillips, Messrs. Henry Free
man, Robert Beaden, Horace Vaughn,
David Washington, James Fray
Herman Matthews, Frank Weils, Ben
Drake and Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, Dr.
AH Styles and Prices.
FOR FURTHER INFORMA
TION APPLY TO THE
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT O
; National Baptist Publishing Board, X
R. H. BOYD, Secretory. O
Mrs. Lewis Norton, of 1217 Elev
enth avenue, North, entertamea on
last Wednesday In honor of her guest,
Miss Nannie Small, of New York.
The dining room was beautifully deco
rated with ferns and potted plants.
A d electa me three-course menu was
served. Those present were Lawyer
and Mrs. Grant, Dr. and Mrs. Bandy,
Mr. and Mrs. John Adams, Mr. and
Mrs. George Perry. After luncheon
was served the party took a tallyho
drive over the c.H.v.
LODGE KNIGHTS OF
68 Teachers 13 Departments 923 Students Last
Year 204 Graduates in All Departments
Over 1300 Alumni Founded in 1806.
Bkaden Bible Training
I Nurse '
One of the best and least expensive schools.
Meharry Colleges begin September 5 and 18,
1907, the other departments open for eight
months on September 25, 1907. For informa
tion or catalogue address
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numbering about 4,000. about half of.
whom were white people.
This was by far the most successful
session in the history of the Supreme
Lodge. Every department of the work
sho'ved great progress, and this order
bids fair to become one of the greatest
powers In this country.
All of the old officers were reelected
by acclamation, showing that harmony
exists throughout the length and
breadth of the Order.
The representatives from Tennessee
were Dr. J. P. Crawford, State Grand
Chancellor; J. B. Batte, J. D. Fagala
and A. W. Fite; Dr. R. F. Boyd, Sur
geon General, and representative of
the women's department. The next
session will be held in Kansas City,
JOHN A. KD1ILER, D. I)., President,
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Preston Taylor. Telephone 895.
TAYLOR 8c CO.
Funeral Directors ana
CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
449 Fturth Afcnn, Sorth,
Nashville, - Tenn.
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Mrs. Alex. Goodwine was the host
ess of a bountifully arranged dinner
Tuesday evening at her residence,
Carnegie Library, given in honor of
Mrs. TTenlv. of Ft. Ton's, Mo who
has been visiting friends and relatives
'n. the citv. Music and eames were
the amusing fattures of the evening,
after which the guests assembled in
the dining hall and pavtoolr of a five--ourse
menu Mr. J. Blaine Boyd, as
toastmaster, ?t the ending of the
fourth course, offered a beautiful roast
to the honored gvept d hostess.
which was responded to ry an pres
ent. Those who accepted Mrs.
Goodwine's hospitality were Mrs.
ITenly, St. Ixmis, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Blaine Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Rov Frwln,
Misses Effie McGann, llatchett,
Mary L. Clark, Messrs. R. Red
mond, .Tno. T.owery, the host and
SUNSHINE HOME NOTES.
Miss Sylvia Moore, the bookkeeper
of Sunshine Home, returned to the
city after an absence of a month vis
it 'ng her parents at Shawneetown,
Miss Rattle Claybrooks left for
Guthrie, Ky., Monday afternoon to a
tend the funeral of her grandmother,
Mrs. Amanda Fort.
Mrs. M. TT. Flowers left Monday
mornintr for Knoxville. where she
joined her friend, Mrs. M.E.Hamilton.
who will accompany her to Washing
ton, D. C, to attend the National
The Bible Band and Workers' Con
ference held its weekly meeting In the
office of Sunshine Home, Monday. Sep
tember 9. The following subject was
f'lseussed: "Is the average Christian
happy in his Christian experience?
U not, why not?" the subject created
nuite an interest and all were helped
and Inspired with new zeal and enthu
ciasm to labor with more cheerful
hearts. The second Monday In each
month a collection is given by this
Conference for the Day Home, and all
have given very liberally to this most
worthy cause, for they have, ere long,
learned that it is more blessed to give
than to receive. (Acts 20:35.) We
cordially invite any one to our meet
ings who desire to know more about
dods word and how to do Christian
II. McGAVOCK. 1
Residence Phone 1458.
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ALSUP & McGAVOCK
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from the Cheapest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket. U
413 4th Ave., N Nashville. J
Robert. Mnson and Bcttie Allen.
Pam Taylor and Bessie Wilson,
tflhort nnrner and Georgia I
Wm. Perkins and mile May
Andrew Smith and Lyl'.ti Wright.
Corry Bandy and Lizzie Mllard.
Sam'Batey and Toniso Martin.
Willie Sawvcrs and ( arne i arson.
Jnhn TTenrv Prinn and Nina
Will Woods and Alice Hunter.
John Lattimer and Georg'a. Nixon.
Robert Shannon and Lou Turner.
Vara Bennett, Division
st ret, o
:',2( Stewart street,
1?42 Fi'itvth avenue.
All Is Williams,
South. f2 years.
Hortnse Crltt n lon.
Reetv Rutland, ? I r-ou.nsa street,
Henrietta Wovk. inin; Foir.lh ave
nue, rsortn. ' yeais.
Katie Jones (in rear),
avenue, Nortli, 70 years.
CLOSING OF WEST NASHVILLE
The Sewing School that has beer
conducted in West Nashville at the
home of Mrs. Eliza Cannon for the
last five months by Miss Florence
Burnett, of Sunshine Home, was
closed Friday with a very interesting
urogram. Besides the class of thirty
tupils there 'were many parents and
visitors present. After devotions
-on ducted by the President there were
recitations and songs by the pupils
followed by remarks by the visitors
monir whom were Mrs. Fllcn Cannon
of St. 1Miis. and Rev. M. Church, o
Perhaps the most interesting part of
the program was the sewing oxhibi
tion which followed the serving of
ike and cream. Some of the articles
made by the girls were hemstitched j
inrons and handkerchiefs. The boys j
lid about the same work as the girls
long with the industrial work much
ittention was given to religious and
moral training of the children. Bible
Vssons and other practical instruc
tions were given from time to time,
riie parents exniessed their gratitude
for the impressions thus made on the
minds and hearts of their children,
vliieh they believe will help to de-
elop strong character. Already there
s a marked change In the children,
nany of them have given their hearts
'o .Iec,is and are seeking to live the
a?w life in Christ. Much credit is
!ue Miss Bnrnett for the splendid
vnrk done by this Viss.
TDc 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
3"icj are made of the best
satin ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
Write us for prices and specif ication
staling the number of badges
National Baptist Publishing BoanJ
It. II. BOYD, fec'y.
V Second Ave. N.
Trinity Chapel A. M. fMl"rch h is
I'st closed one of the greatest reviv
es that has rver been heh' in South
Nashville. There wore thirtv-n'ne
'nnverts d'irin,r this elorious meeting
Rev. Mr. Stanfo'-d. the abk astor of
'he chnreh. deserves great credit for
his spiritual work.
The The Twentieth Century Whist
nh was delightfully entertained last
Thursday evening, September 5, by
Miss John 1. Blackwell, of Wharf
avenue. After the election of offi
cers and other business of the evening
was over, the club was invited into
the dining room, where an elaborate
three-course menu was served. The
table was handsomely decorated- with
flowers. Those present were Mes
dames Wayne Warfield, Eugene Clay
ton, Mabel Bivins. Robt. Eason.
Misses Willa Mae Turner, Camilla
Smith, Annie Cheek and Susie Greer,
Messrs. .las. W. Moore, Robt. C.
Eason, .Tas. M. Foster, Guy Hampton,
blither L. Miller, Eugene Claytoa,
Earl Davis and Wayus Warfield,
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