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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1907.
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FOR LODGES.
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PLATE I,
We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
as per illustration given above, at prices
according to quality of materials and
trimmings, ranging from $ri0 to $r; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110; band
embroidered bullion work from $l;r to
$250. Specifications furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: :: ::
PLATE 2.
Thi9 liow9 a very popular design for
G. U. O. of O. V. Lodges. Front made
of white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur
tain, of red silk. Tainted in gold leaf
and oil colors, back of red banner sateen
Trimmed with imported gold lace, fringe
tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, wood cro' t
bar, rn cover and holster. Prices J, D
tz, Ti V " ;f the ah?e Banners will
made for any other or-J 'ion at sanio
prices, changing emblems ana lettering
to suit the Order. :: :: ::
For further information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
523 Second Ave N. Nashville, Tenn.
in the education of the Negro. He
says on this point:
; "The education of the Negro is a
ssine qua non. Whatever may be said
to the contrary, statistics and facts
s-how that education of the right kind,
the kind we are giving in all our
church schools will lessen crimes
among us. Our criminals do not come
from the public schools, nor the
'church schools of the various denomi
nations. They come from the idle,
(worthless and most illiterate classes
'among us. As the Negro advances in,
"general intelligence, he builds on the
moral law, he becomes a tavpayer and
' valuable citizen, he will become a
more Important part of the body poli
tic, and will necessarily rise higher in
everything that is grand and noble."
"The effort to put the educational
work of the church on a firm basis
will not cr,s with this nuccess."
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NEWS OF STATB. j
CLARKSVILLE NOTES.
"Off again, on again, gone again Fin
negan." This quotation aptly fits the
condition of the Montgomery County
Colored Fair Company, which sched
uled for a stock show last Thursday,
Friday and Saturday at Dunbar's Cave.
For three years this company has ad
vertised the fair for the first week of
October, but on no occasion has the
weather been propitious to the promo
ters. Last Thursday with a brass
band hailing from one of the classic
villages, hard by the waters of the
Cumberland, the promoters pushed
forth their project with zeal only to
have' a damper put on by the downpour
of rain. The next day more rain was
in evidence but on Saturday the only
favoraWe day, in the three years' ef
fort, came and quite a number of peo
ple were in attendance.
Rev. E. II. Smith, for three years
pastor of Jit. Olive Baptist Church,
gave his farewell last Sunday night to
an audience that taxed the capacity, of
the church.
The retiring minister was at his best
and delivered a feeling goodbye. He
is booked to take up his new work at
Uarrisburg, Pa., October 21.
A spirited piece of horse flesh came
to his death by unknown causes. Last
Sunday night the owner thought the
night-riders had made him a visit;
but it was just his own driver that
caused the catastrophe. The inven
tory shows that the owner is minus a
horse, one runabout buggy and a
driver.
Rev. Geo. W. Hampton has accepted
the call of the First Baptist Church at
Mound City, 111. With Rev. E. H.
Smith going to Uarrisburg, Pa., and
Rev. W. H. C. Stokes prospecting in
Illinois, it seems that some of the
uiarivsvnie isapust prcacners desire a
change of location.
Mr. J. T. Manier, after several years
in the blacksmith trade, has sold his
shop to J. C. Carver and will make St.
Louis his homo.
Mr. William Diggs went to Louis
ville on business last week.
Mr. Geo. W. Berry, of Owensboro,
Ky., spent several days in the city,
the gupst of H. W. Randals.
Dr. E. S. Randals and William Jen
kins, after an extended visit to Chica
go, Nw York and the Jamestown Ex
position, returned home Thursday.
Mr. Joe Garnett, of Louisville, is in
the city.
Dr. L. T. Williams went to Hickman.
Ky.. Thursday.
Mrs. Georgia Keesee, of Princeton,
Ky., is In the rity.
Miss Lillie Overton returned from
Ervin Inst Thursday.
Mr. Willinm Jenkins who for sev
toI years held the position as chief
butcher for Kleeman and Co., will In
the near future open to the public an
un-to-date meat market at 52G Frank
lin street.
MURFREESBORO NOTES.
The Ladles Embroidery Club met
nt. the home of Mrs. Katy L. Page Sat
unlay evening after a vacation of
three months. All were delighted to
take up their work. After the business
meeting was ovpr the ladies passed to
the dining room where a two-course
menu was served. Those present were
Mesdames 0. B. Brady. J. B. Sublet!,
Horace Mitchell. Geo. Ransom. Willie
Bibbs, Mamie Vaughn and Elma A.
Williams.
Mesdames R. C. Eason and Eugene
Clayton were recently guests of Mrs
G. B. B"ady.
Dr. S. P. Livingston was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Sublctt during the
fair.
Misses Annie Randolph, of Gallatin
Kitty Payne and Irene Nixon, of Nash
ville; Mrs. Josie Banks and Mr. Ma
lone were guests of Mr. and Mrs. IT. P
Scales during the fair.
Mrs. Cornolia McDowell returned to
her home, Vicksburg, Miss., last Wed
nesday.
.Mrs. Minnie Brewer and Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Sparrow spent dast Wednes
dav in Nashville.
Mrs. Ellnn Alexander is visiting rel
atives in Wartrace.
Carrie Williams, of Nashville, spent
Sunday with Sena Manry.
The members of Key Chipel were
cbd to welcome bapk thfir pastor
Rev. B. F. Anders.
Master James Bass spent Sunday in
the city.
The little son of Mr. Rn-ro AVnters
was severely injured lat Friday be
iir-T run over by a harrow.
Little Kittv Brooks spent Snturdnv
and Sunday with her parents at Rock
vnlo.
Miss Tdrlla Sanford has returned to
NMshvilie.
Mrs. West Bostick was th-? guest of
Mrs. J. M. Wind'-ow a few dav ago.
The S. D. C. Club, in the benutifu
horn" of Mrs. H. P. Scales, gave one
of the irgeSt; entertainments of the
pea-on last Saturday. The honorees
were Misses Annie Randolph, Kittv
Payne, and Irene Nixon and Mrs. Joie
Banks. Tusic and games were the
features of the evening. Tce v'nvn
served. Thoe present: Ml-"'-? ' .-
J. Gaimway, J. Lula Sm!'- " - -Aaron
Gather, Oldin Tdnslev r.
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COMMUNION SETS.
Vessels with which to administer.
the lord's supper.
T I IK must sacred ordinance that
can be obst rvt d by all churches
is that known as the Lord's
Supper or, in other words. Sacra
ment. We do not think it is in
keeping with these sacred ordi
anccs of the Lord's Supper in
church mnv-a-davs to try to admin
ister it with out he proper vessels.
Every Church Ought to Have a
First-Class Communion Set.
They can have them made out
of the best grade of quardruplt'
pl.ited table silverware if tbey de
sire them. The Church Supply
Department of the National Bap
tist Publishing Board has just re
ceived from their factory a new lot
of this high-class ware, and would
take pains in showing them to any
one.
The Prices are "Within Reach of All
and Terms are Reasonable.
No church ought to be willing
to use glass dishes or the like for
these ordinances when they can
have the best grade of silver at
moderate prices.
FOR lTKIIIL'R m'ORMTIll! CALL OR
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CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
OF THE .
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
fi-oon, A. .1. Anderson and Mr. Malone.
of Callatin; Mr. Snell, of Patterson,
lenn.
Mrs. Birdie Payne has returned to
her home, Yellow Stone Tark, Wyo.
The Rradley Academy football team
has begun practicing. Coach Howse
has bright hopes for his boys this sea
son.
SMYRNA NOTES.
Mr. Ransom Ferguson died Friday
after a short illness and was buried
by the M. A. Society Satin day. The
funeral services were held at the
church, Rev. B. O. Strong officiating.
Memorial exercises were held by the
Sunday school of which he was assist
ant superintendent, on Sunday after
noon. The little girl of Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Gregory died Thursday.
Mrs. Betti Gregory returned home
Mondnv from Fostrville, where she
visited her daughter, Mrs. C. II. Jack
son. The members of the M. E. Church
are nvond to know that Rev. M. Florer
is to be here this, year. They feel that
much will be necomnlishcd spiritual
ly and financially. He is wide awake
nd always planning for the success of
bi. congregation.
The farmers are all smiles over the
price of cotton and are very busily en
gaged hauling it.
Mr. Jim Turner, one of the largest
cotton raisers here, has bought hiu a
large farm on tbe Mnrfresboro pike
nnd feels Ibat he will pay for it this
fall with all case.
Mrs. K. D. Sbaw and children, of
Nashville, are visiting her father and
sister, Mrs. Geo. Jordan.
LAVERGNE NOTES.
Mrs. Louise Lytle is on the sick list
Mrs. P. N. Davis is visiting in Nash
ville.
Mr. Amber Baker spent a few days
with his mother.
Miss Pt.11 io MeKniebt has returned
after a pleasant stny -in Murfrersboro.
Miss Mary McTCnlght. of Nashville,
orient Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
J. TT. Polk.
Messrs T. A. Goodman and Sam
Drake visited Nnshville this we"k.
Miss Mamie Goneh spent a few days
with her sister, Mrs. Henry Coving
ton. Misses Sallie Covington and Lizzie
riavis were the guests of Mrs. James
Iown, of Smyrna.
Mrs. Mary J. Trimble and Miss L.
P. Trimble visited Nashville hst week.
Mrs. Addio Goon and Miss Julia
Randolnh were ordlpd to Una on ac
count of the illness of their brother,
Mr. John TT. Nelson.
EBENtlZER NOTE3
TM Tjcstov, on" of the londin phy
?ir'nrs of Nnshvillo, vns in town Snn
riny rornincr nnd mat1' some very in-tr-'-rstin!T
ronnvhs ot. the Sunday
school on the lsons of the pnst quar
ter, nnvnnv with Dr. Trstpr was
M'v Villin,"si TTowltt. thn s'lrrintond
rnt of the r-rlmol here, who has horn
nndorhis opto for the Tart thvco veohs.
Mr. TTowlctt is murh improved in
honiih.
P.pv. Oporrre Martin assisted Rev. Mr.
c'fh in j)r''r'tntc;trriri!r sacrament last
.,,,,1,. .. . ,i1Vi Rpv. Tvree
delivered r.:i c::rcll?nt discourse.
A QUAKDRUPLE-PLATED
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NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
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TELEPHONE 1277.
The sum of $150.51 was realized. Rev.
Mr. Smith was much Fleased with his
rally.
Miss Cornelia Battle, daughter of
Mrs. Thomas Battle, who is attend
ing school at Shelbyville, writes home
that she Is well pleased with her sur
roundings. SPRING HILL NOTES.
Mrs. Sallio Blair spent last week
in Columia visiting her old friends,
Mesdames Ellen McLemore and Bora
Perkins. She also visited the Maury
County Fair.
Mr. Richard McKissack is on the
sick list this week.
Prof. C. B. Campbell, of Mt. Zion
community, is in very poor health.
He is one among the oldest teachers of
the County. Prof. J. W. Byers and
Mr. S. A. Bond visited Mr. Campbell
last Sunday.
Rev. Mr. Nelson has been assigned
to the M. E. Church here for the en
suing year.
Rev. M. F. Wiley, of the Missionary
Church, is carrying on a revival.
Mrs. Alice Foster, of Mount Pleas
ant, hi visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Maude McLemore.
Mrs. Lucy Sharber went to Carter's
Creek last Sunday.
Mr. Algie Davis, of Neapolis, was in
our midst last Sunday.
Mr. Shelton, a prosperous farmer of
Gravel Hill settlement, visited many
of his friends Sunday.
- Mr. T. J. Peters has been indisposed
for several days.
Mr. T. J. Carter, of Shawtown, who
has been suffers frsrn rheumatism,
COMMUNION SET.
Quart Flagon.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
YOU A TIP
When you buy your next pair
of shoes be sure they are
BOSTONIANS
Dontlet the dealer fool you
into a pair he calls just as good.
See the name "Bostonian" on
every pair.
$3.50 or $4.00 all lea hers.
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Abrahams Shoe Store
335 ON THE SQUARE.
W. H. McGAVOCK.
Residence Phone 1458.
ALSUP & McGAVOCK
Undertakers
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Embolmers
DEALERS IN
FUNERAL SUPPLIES,
From the Cheapest to the Most Costly
Plush Couch Casket.
413 4th Ave., N., Nashville.
is much better, and is able to attend to
his farm work.
Mrs. Mary Wade, Miss Irene E. Pe
ters and Mr. Jas. Overton were the
guests of Mrs. S. A. Bond last Sunday.
Owing to the illness of Prof. C. B.
Campbell, the Flint Valley School has
been suspended for the last three
weeks.
The barbers of Spring Hill, Messrs'.
Ned Scruggs and W. M. McIIenry, ?.re
kept busy now-a-days. The barber shop
for colored folks is doing better thaa
usual.
Mr. Aaron Harland has moved from
William County to Spring Hill.
Misses Allie McLemore and Fanny
Ppratt have gone to Nashville to enter
the IIofTman Hall School.
Mr. Geo. Owen has been sick for the
last week, but he is on the road to
improvement.-
Miss Susie Lee has been sick for
several days. She was obliged to sus
pend school work.
FRANKLIN NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Halfacre were1
the guests of Mrs. Absalom Ratc.liff,
of 45 Maury street, Nashville, Satur
day. Miss Hazel Doyle has returned home
after a week's visit to friends and rela
tives in Nashville.
Miss Effle May Gosie, of East Frank
lin, has entered school at Walden Uni
versity. She was accompanied by her
former teacher, Miss Mittle Halfacre
Saturday morning.
Miss Mattie Neely, who has been
seriously ill for severul days is report'
ed improving.
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