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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER i 1907.
New Styles Cheap and Endurable.
Comfort and Beauty ' h Combined.
NTIL the large number of people who are never seen in churche9 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 ot people wno do not attend me cnurcnts, ana wnicn woum 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 Hoard, which has presented the new style church seat (its
own creation and its own make). These seats are constiucted of the best grade of hardwood.
They are built by the best skilled mechanics ami luve proven to hi 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 sets
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 Uaptist Church, Pearl St.; Rev. J. L
Harding, pastor of the North Third Avenue Baptist Church, both of whom hive seated with new
style church seats; Rev. G. H. Taylor, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, corner Stevens and De
lude Sts.: Rev. Wm. Ilavnes, pastor ( f Sylvan Street Church. Shelby Avenue, who have installed the
church pews. &
FOR FURTHER INFORMA
TION APPLY TO THE
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
) R. H. BOYD, Secretary. r
TAYLOR Sc CO
Funeral Directors and
CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
44) Fturth Avenue, Surth,
Nashville, - Tenn.
GARY y CARUTHERS
The Place for Pure Goods and Right Prices.
Fine Assortment of Fancy Groceries of all sorts.
Clean Store, Prompt Delivery.
Call Main 2703 and get Prices.
MAKE YOUR ORDER AND WE WILL DO THE REST.
410 CEDAR STREET, Near 4th Avenue, North.
Pacific Electric Go.
J. E. EDWARDS, President.
R W. REECE, Secretary.
A new firm but experienced work
men. We are prepared to do any kind
of a job in our line from 50 cents to
f5o.ooo. We handle motors and dyna
mos, combinations of gas and electric
fixtures of all grades and sizes.
We can equip a home, church or
factory on "short notice, with fixtures,
arc, drop lights and electric elevator.
We are located in
Call 'Phone 4323-Y. Main. Residence 'Phone 1890, Muln.
ln-4 07 if.
A. D. McNairy
THE OLD RELIABLE
Wood and Coal Dealer.
Wholesale and Retail.
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443-R.
Dr, J. B. Singleton,
408 Cedar St. 1116 Jefferson St.
iTrc Riieirt Smith, of West Nash-
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vine spent last week ia Lavcrgnc.
PIIOSPIIO QUININE TABLETS-
A SURK CUKK FOR
Colds, Coughs, Bronchial
Troubles, Grippe, Car
AND OF CiRlCATER lll'.NKI IT IN CASKS OF
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and the like.
TELEPHONES, Main 1718 and Main 4035
FOR XNYTHING THAT COMF.S FROM A
StNT rOR AND
DAVID J. KUIIN, Druggist,
CorCcdar & 12th Ave. N., Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. Geo. Hicks, of Chicago, ia in
the city. He will wrestle with Mr. Jim
Smith of this city at the Horse Show
Monday arid Tuesday nights.
Misses Mary Barry and Carrie Stew
ait, of the Baptist Publishing House,
have returned from their vacations.
Miss Elma Williams was recently
entertained at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Barnes, of Garden street, at
breakfast. Those present were Miss
Elma Williams and Misses Carrie and
Mr, Greene L. Scales, who has been
visiting his parents, has returned to
his home at Topeka, Kan.
Mr. Richard Wisener, of Godwin,
Tenn., spent Sunday in Nashville vis
iting Mrs. Fannie Hamilton, of Grand
Miss Mayme Brooks, of Fourteenth
avenue, North, who has been ill for
the past two or three weeks, is rap-,
idly improving in health.
Mr. Edward Henderson, who has
been in Chicago for more than a year,
arrived in the city on Thursday of
Miss Alley Frierson, of Columbia,
is visiting Mrs. Wm. Frierson, of 1035
Fourteenth avenue. North.
Miss Katie C. Daughty, who has
been visiting her brother in Louisville,
is in Indianapolis visiting Mr. and Mrs.
On Tuesday evening Dr. W. It.
Baker, one of the leading physicians
of Nashville, was baptized at the First
Baptist Church, Eighth avenue, North,
by Rev. W. S. Ellington. He had al
ready connected with the church by
membership, having after a long delib
eration professed his faith in Christ.
Mr. J. Wyman Brady has returned
to the city after having spent his
vacation in Murfreesboro with his par
ents. He will resume his studies in
Mr. John Caldwell has returned to
the city to enter upon his studies at
the High School. It will be remem
bered that Mr. Caldwell lost his moth
er a few weeks ago and was detained
until now from entering school.
A great revival is in progress at the
Second Baptist Church, corner Steven
son avenue and Deluge street. Rev.
G. B. Taylor, the pastor, is having
Miss Lovie Blake was in the city Fri
day and Saturday, the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Blake.
Mrs. Violet Graves, of 1300 Harding
street, entertained last week in honor
of Mrs. Horace Dwiggins. of Kansas
City, Kan. Those present were Mrs.
Delia Dwiggins, Mr. and Mrs. S. H.
Johnson, Mrs. Ida Banks, Miss W.
Dwiggins. Messrs. Washington Graves,
Samuel Bush and S. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Johnson, of 1000
Twenty-first avenue, North, returned
to the city last Thursday 'morning
from Washington. D. C, where they
have been visiting their uncle. They
returned by way of Jamestown, Va.,
and visited the Exposition.
Miss Effie P. McGann, who has been
in the city several weeks visiting her
mother and relatives, left this morning
via. the L. & N. for New Orleans. La ,
where she will resume her work a
teacher in the Gilbert Industrial Col
lege, near that city.
Catch the Horse Show spirit and
get your "turnout" at Boyd & Battle's
Stable for next Monday and Tuesday
nights. Main 449C-Y.
C. H. Phillips, Jr., one of the seniors
in the Medical Department of Mehai
ry, returned Saturday and entered
Mr. A. Julius Williams is here
again after spending the summer in
Mlssouil. He began his studies at
Meharry on Monday.
Miss Eudora .McClellan, of Hawkins
street, after a vacation of two months,
has resumed her work at the Caster
'Miss Lizzie Allen left the city Fri
day morning over the L. & N. Railway
for her work, which is at Lawrence-
ville, Va., where she will be the musi
cal instructor in one of the colleges
She was scheduled to stop at Cincin
nati and at the Jamestown Exposition
before settling down for the years
Mrs. Mary Ford and Mrs. Anna
Wray. of Chicago, were entertained
Monday evening by Mr. and Mrs
Washington Graves, of 130G Harding
Mrs. Charlotte Harding and ner sis
ter. Mrs. Fannie Davis, left the city
last night for Chicago, where the
former will make her home.
Miss Maud Moses, of San Antonio
Texas, is among the new arrivals for
the second year's course in the Medical
Department of Meharry. Miss Moses
made many friends during her first
vcar. and nuite a number of her close
friends rejoice to see her back.
Mr. Chas. Stewart, the well-known
newspaper man and lecturer, is slated
to visit Nashville in the near future
He will nass through here en route
to his Southern headquarters, which
are at Normal, Ala.
Rev. Mr. It. H. Thorbourne, a gradu
ate of Benedict College, Columbia,
C. snent a nart of the week In Nash
ille. looking into the workings of th
three boards of the National Bapt
Convention located in this city. Mr
Thorbourne has been appointed as the
missionary for the Canal Zone, and
will work directly under the Home
Mission Board of the National Baptist
Convention. It is learned that he is
a native of the Zone, which well fits
him for the new position. His edu
cational attainments lend much to the
.assured success. He will make vis
its to Louisiana and Texas before he
leaves for his new position.
Rev. Wm. Beckham will leave the
city to-night on his Western trip. It
is learned that his itinerary will read,
"Nashville to St. Louis, St. Louis to
Memphis, Memphis to points in Ar
kansas, thence to the Texas Conven
tions, and on West as far as San Fran
cisco." This will be Dr. "Beckham's
first trin to California this year. The
heavy amount of work of the Field
Secretary's office has kept him from
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AH Styles and Prices.
WOMAN AND THE CHECK.
A woman stepped up to the window
of the paying teller in a Denver bank
Tuesday morning and pushed a check
through the grating. It was for $4
"Put vour name on the back,
please," said the teller.
She did so. -
"Is this your name?" he asked.
The woman sighed. "Yes," she re-
nlied. "that's mv name. It calls for
$4. doesn't it?"
"It does," said the teller.
While the man in the cage was look
ing the check over the woman fum
bled in her handbag and then placed
a five dollar bill before him.
"Take it out of that." please," she
said. "It seems to me I'll never get
through paying bills."
For a moment the teller was puz
zled. Then he realized that the worn-
nn didn't understand the check.
"You don't have to pay me, he said;
"I have to pay you $4."
He pushed her back her five-dollar
bill and eave her $4 in silver. The
woman was very much surprised
"You have to pay me?" she said.
"Whv. I thought it was a bill and
that I had to pay it." Denver Post.
WALDEN UNIVERSITY OPENS ITS
Wednesday morning of last week
Walden University opened for another
vear's work. Judging by the number
nresent at the opening and the num
ber already matriculated, it looks as
though the year will be a prosperous
President Kumler made an inter
esting Nik to the students along the
Hue of the school rules. There were
four things he impressed them with:
Cleanliness of soul, of body, thought
and tongue. Dr. Hubbard, the Dean,
impressed the students with the
thought of temperance and the use of
tobacco. The new members of the
faculty, Prof. J. A. Zellor, A.M., LL.B.,
r it. IT. T)., teacher of science; Miss
Harriet E. Boss, Ph. B., teacher of
Enclish TiterMmo. The fifth crade
will be under the instruction of Prof.
Hill, A. B.. teacher of chemistry; Miss
Taura A. WrHit, Ph. B.. will have the
sixth grade. Dr. J. E. Wells was in
troduced. She will be the physician.
There are fully four hundred students
in school this year, including medical,
'lental. pharmaceutical, nurse-training
and literary departments,
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523 Second Ave., N.
The well known COAL DKALKR,
JAM ICS McGOODK, is delivering coal
daily wholesale, feme at once and ivc
me your order for the winter. Office,
4uc; Kighth Avenue, North
Miss Henri Maxiiifi Campbell,
Underwear Sols. Lingerie Waist n
OS Mury Street.
Mr. R. L. Williams, who was con.
lined to his room last week on ac
count of illness, is able to be at bis
post of duty,