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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1907.
SEATS AND CHURCH PEWS
New Styles Cheap and Endurable. . '
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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 to 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 be the most comfortable ever of-
ferert at the prices. Tne terms on wnicn mey can Depurtnascu.aic caj- uy uiuivb, re
man, who was with Boston, found It
so uncongenial that he had to quit.
The Negro infielder who played with
Harvard for several years and then
signed a contract in the New England
League, lasted a little more than a
month. . Although Joy Is a Malay and
not a Negro, he is as dark as an Ethi
Throughout the circuit of the two
leagues the ball clubs1 stop at hotels
which have long since drawn the col
or line, and therein Manager Tenney
is going to have his first trouble.
Players always go in pairs and are
so Hotted to their rooms, and there
in comes another bump. Bill Joy
(that is the name of the new pitcher)
will have a hard road to travel when
it comes to finding a roommate. Ek.
All Styles and Prices.
gardless of its financial condition, can secure a sei oi inese Dy a smau casu payiucm, uavc inc seats
installed and pay the remainder in monthly or quarterly payments to suit their own financial con
with such invitin? inducements offered, will it be, before every church in and
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about Nashville will get a set of seats? References can be given to tne rsasnviue cnurcnes oy 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 have seated with new
style church seats; Rev. G. H. 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. jAJJjtSjtSJtJJJJi)
FOR FURTHER INFORMA
TION APPLY TO THE
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
National Baptist Publishing Board,
Ft. H. BOYD, Secretary.
Baggs Athletic Club Would Hang Up
$35,000 Johnson and Burns
Rawlimgs. Wyo.. Sent. 11. Promot
ers who have organized under the
name of the Baggs Athletic Associa
tion at the little town of Baggs, near
here, have wired from this place to
Los Angeles and New York, offering
a purse or $45,000 for a go between
Tommy Burns and Jack Johnson.
They announce that they will put up
an amphitheater seating 7,000 persons.
JEFFRIES PRAISES GANS.
Former Heavyweight Champion Thinks
Him Greatest of All.
A day or so ago big Jim Jeffries,
the former heavyweight champion of
the world, stated, while talking to
friends about the recent Gans-Britt.
fight, that Joe Gans was the greatest
fighter in the country. "I think Joe J
Gans the greatest lightweight we
ever had. In fact, I consider him a
much better man than McGovern,
Dixon or Kid Lavinge in their best
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68 Teachers 13 Departments 923 Students Last
Year 204 Graduates in All Departments
Over 1300 Alumni -Founded in 18G6.
Bkadrn Bible Training
One of the best and least expensive sehools.
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
JOIIU. RUMLER, D. I)., President,
I SPORTING NEWS, j b
NELSON PICKED GANS.
Battling Nelson, than who, proba
bly, no man is better qualified to
dge, said that in 'his opinion Gans
would win. He thought the colore?
champion a better boxer than Britt,
besides being a harder hitter.
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A Word to the Wise.
The advertisements are out announ- CALL OF THE PHYLLIS WHEAT-
cing the initial Horse Show of Nash- LY CLUB.
in . . 1 i . . l 1 l i 1 t J 1 I1L I
vine, wnicn snouia ue neraiaea wmi Att(,r two months' rPRf thf PhvlUs
delight, as this will be the greatest wheatley.club is called to meet Thurs-
sociai event ever puneu uu uy .lav. Sentemher 2(5. 1907. 3:?.0 o'rlnr.k
m f f lip
among Negroes of this city.
). m., at the home of Mrs. Laura J.
Now, ladies, you have a chance to TIarlsin 107 Lewls street
show your voiles and panamas, while
the men can have their Tuxedos and
silk hats. It is learned from the man-
During our vacation death has en
tered our club and claimed one of our
most worthy. Influential and beloved
agement that horses from several mPmhprs Slstpr S J Rnriv The
neighboring villages have been en- Phylis Wheatley Club was organized
terea, mereiore local norses win nave thlrteen vears ago at the k iM E
to go some to capture me prizes. Sunday School Union by Mrs. C. S.
a visiung oano win ue m au.euaauv: c;mlthi Sls(er Early's name was one
10 renaer me laiesi airs oi ine nay. pf tne flrst n,ameg enroiied. During
Tuesday night has been set aside as nI1 these thirteen years Sister Etirly
acuwi muuicuD w6iiu n was chairman of the Temperance De-
win De ngniea as ongni as uay. uie
date is about two weeks off. Every
body has ample time to get ready. If
there is not rain, no doubt the Park
will be crowded to its utmost Note
the ad in this issue.
lartment.and did a great work. She
"arried out faithfully the motto of the
"lub: "To Uft as We Climb." Many
of the members of the club attended
ier funeral. Suitable resolutions
were read and flowers bearing the love
nd sympathy of the club were tender-
'v placed upon her casket.
Since our last meeting a very inter-
TAYLOR 8c CO.
Funeral Directors and
CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
441 Ftnrth Aftut, lorth,
Kasimlls, - Tenn.
. fin 1 ct HfrinHov offomnnn a fpw
yes, a very few, people strolled down 7' Jtas l frm far-awy
An,ii tha iac oma Africa from Mrs. Altha Brown Ellis-
f tha hatn th RtanHard ton, to wh6m the club sent a small
r.iont. Q,i Kntinnai RntJcto ThP wrse and box about one year ago.
game from one point of view was Th,1,'Ile1tte11w"1 be, rf ,(1 ai the
very good and on tho other hand was p'' WI" "c "l "c
very bum. Those who did good work M0" sunsJ5ne this little expression
f flnnn T.,yrL Vlnrr Wdtb no I" IMIIUIICDO HJHI uo milieu iu "luov
Hurt and Stewart: for the Baptists m Amca-
I. E. ALSUP.
W. II. McGAVOCK.
Residence Phone 1458.
ALSUP & McGAVOCK
E rrrn t e 1 m e r s
from the ChMpest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Caskit
413 4th Ave., N, Nashville.
Dc 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
where, ejf V H
TiWvj are made of the best
satin ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
bullion fringe. Jt
Holmes, Johnson, Kelly and Bowman.
The Giants made two earned runs
while the Baptists made 4.
Mr. Stewart, the umpire, was all
A .very . entertaining program has
been arranged for this opening meet
ing as follows:
Paper by Mrs. Julia Flagg
.., no o Kit nfr my haiin otHUoo Instrumentil Solo
and bases, that's all. The end came - 2 n
with the score 6 to 5 in the Giants' fa- So1? ; ; M,ss A- Davis
vor. So ended the season of 1907.
BOSTONS SIGN A COLORED
The Boston National League Club
has signed a colored pitcher for next
Mrs. E. W. S. Hammond
Recitation Mrs. Clemmle White
Solo Miss Miranda Winter
Talk by Rev A. L. Pinkston. P. E.
Talk by Mrs. M. E. Bryant.
All members are earnestly requested
Write us for prices and specification
stating the number of baoVes
MRS. LAURA J. HARLAN,
season, and the announcement has to be present and prepared to pay up
already started a little zep-hyr along dues. Let us taiie up our woric now
the baseball circuit, which is liable to with a will "To lift as we climb."
develop into a hurricane before Man
ager Tenny solves the hotel and din
ing car problem which stares htm In
an American game has caused a gen
eral resentment against foreigners,
except the Irish and Germans, by
players as well as by the public
players will take a man of foreign par
ENCE TO CONVENE IN
The forty-second session of the Tcn-
The nesseee Annual Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church convenes
entage into the fold with all the wel- at Memphis, Tenn., September 25 to
come that the game offers, but as a October l. in order to obtain reduced
rule they make It so bumpy for a for- rates it is necessary that the pastors
eien-born player that he usually backs and laity secure their tickets by the
out with good grace after the first certificate plan when going. Tickets
whirl around the circuit. These af- purchased by this plan being one and
fairs have been smoothed over by dip- one-third fare the round trin. Special
lomatlc managers, but the employment arrangements have been made to leave
of this Negro from Honolulu is like a Nashville Tuesday, September 24. at
match in a powder magazine. 7 a. m.. arriving at Memphis. Tenn.,
Some ten years or more ago the September 24, at 4:30 p. m. Any car
same thing wad tried in the National later than this will throw you late for
League, but the colored second base-1 roll call,
National Baptist Publishing Boar
R. H. BOYD. Scc'y.
Second Ave.. N. NASHVUE. TENN
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The well known COAL DRALER,
JAMKS McGOODK, is delivering coal
daily wholesale. Come at once and pive
me your order for the winter. Office,
409 lvifilith Avenue, North.
Miss Henri Maxinc Campball,
Underwear Sets. Lingerie Waist a
(IS tfaarjrv street.
!i 'n.i '; ti"
FOR RENT Two rooms for light
housekeeping, 1404 Church street.
Apply before eight in the morning or
after clx in, the evening,