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NASHVILLE. TENN.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER G. 1907.
Publishing House on Sec
ond Avenue, Norlh.
TWO SPACIOUS BUILDINGS
GREAT CONCERN THE PRIDE OF
THE RACE-UNEQUALLED OP
PORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG NE
GRO TO STUDY TWENTIETH
CENTURY MACHINERY AUTO
MATIC PRESS FEEDERS IN
STALLED ALL WORK ON BUILD
INQS AND MACHINERY DONE
1' In. making the eleventh annual re-
I port of ine National Baptist Jf ubhsh-
fiv' ing board, located in Una city, to the
National Baptist Convention, whicn
convened iu Washington, D. C, Sep
tember 11-17, 107, Dr. It. H. boyu
stated that contracts had been made
for about $2u,uuu worth of the latest
improved machinery; that new build
Itiga vvere being erected; and that alto
gether about $J5,U00 would be spent
during the ensuing fiscal year, thus
adding to tne facilities for getting
out more work and better work. A vis
it to this plant by your correspondent
reveals the fact that the buildings are
now complete. One three and a half
story brick with an eighteen-inch wall,
double lloors, inlaid with fiber, win
dows on the four sides, i3 to be used
as a manufacturing building.
On the first floor Is an up-to date
pressroom with nine printing presses.
On three of these presses is to be seen
the new cross automatic continuous
paper feeder. The capacity of the cyl
inder prtses is from 12,uu0 to 15,U00
impressions every ten hours. There
is one new Mlehle printing press, a
regular book press, which will enable
the board at least to keep up with the
enormous increase in the demand for
n n ( i l 1 1 1 f Onnrlnu ?iVirt".1 r' nn it
books and periodicals. This is an ad
dition in pi esses to those now in oper
ation. There is not a more complete
pressroom in the city of Nashville,
notwithstanding it is the home of pub
The second floor is occupied by the
bookbinding department, complete and
well managed. New machinery, con
sisting of a Dexter folding machine
and a Fuller's folder paper feeder, has
been added to this department, which
already could easily boast of being the
most complete bookbinding establish
ment operated by Negroes in the
The third floor will be the compos
ing and proof departments. The ad
dition to these departments is a Wash
ington hand press to be used for tak
ing impressions, printing banners, etc.
The two linotype machines, the stereo
typing outfit, with the scores of cases
of type, will be in place the latter part
of this week. There is an elevatoi
in the building and a basement, out
new 45-horse power engine that will
run the machinery and make the elec
tric lights for the plant.
In the second building, which is two
stories, the mailing rooms, the count
ing rooms and sales department will
occupy the first floor, while the edi
torial rooms, the field secretary's of
flee and the chapel will occupy the
second floor. One of the unique fea
turcs of this institution is its devo
tional exercises, which are held at
9:30 each, morning, it being earnestly
requested of each employee, unless es
pcrially excused, to be present. Dr
Boyd, the lnaugurator and founder of
the institution, as well as the promo
ter of the movement, pays a high com
pliment to these devotional exercises
declaring that on this hinges what
ever success the Institution has at
When all of the departments shal
have moved to their new quarters, th
entire Bant 1st publishing plant -wil
be practically under one roof that i"
von (an go through four of the build
in:rs without going out of doors. Yet
six buildings are occupied, namely
one three-story, three two-story am
two on-story buildings. The indica
flops are that during the nrvt fisra
yrar the clrruMIon in the periodical
will reach 12.000.000, while the outim
nf- n whole will be about 15 nor con
above that of this year. Nothing has
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unanimously adopted and 'a commit-
I tee consisting of Dr. It. F. Boyd and A;
jN. Johnson was appointed to conduct
the president to the chair.
Mr. Napier made a rousing speech
irt which he urged that one put forth
the greatest effort to' make the affair
to be held next year a grandand glori
ous succrss. lit stated that It was his
desire that harmony and good fellow
ship1 should reign supreme ? and' that
it would be his earnest aim to make
the Faff Association' a true and "fit
representative"' Of the Negroes of Ten
At the close of Mr." NapferV address.
j the newly ' elected ' officers' and Board
of Directors' were duly installed, each
one being called npon to make 'a
speech;'"' ' " " " '"" : "
The president of the Business and
Professional Men's League. ' Mr A. N.
Johnson, being present as one of the
stockholders, was called ' Upon : to' ad-
drcss the' meet ing. He' stated that ' the
league is making an effort to harmon
ize the" two Fair Assbciations," which
have been' Organized,' with the' hope
that next year only one fair will be
given. ' " " " '""
The main stilrlt that Beemed' to pre
dominate at the' meeting was that the
i stock should be sold as to represent
ns many portions of the state as pos
Great Time Being Planned'
for That Day.
OF NASHVILLE WILL
UNITE IN THE MEETING.
LINCOLN POST NO. 4 G. A. R. WILL
. SUPERVISE ARRANGEMENTS
MEETING , WILL BE HELD AT
. ' MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH DE
; CEMBER 9 YOUNG PEOPLE
TAKING UNUSUAL INTEREST IN.
A. nV Johnson,
President of the Nas-hvllle Business and Professional IAague.
There will be a big celebration in
Naehvillo to commemorate the annive
sible and to bring (flrnen-fdllowlng siry of ' the Emancipation Proclama
as many varied Industrie and profe3 tlon issued by Abraham Lincoln. This
sions an ; possible, i, That the . various celebration will be held at Mount 01-
nrofessions. attd . industries of iNash-. ive ; Baptist Church on the night of
ville are very .thoroughly represented Tanuary 1, 1908. Arrangements are
is shown by;the following list , of those being made to have a very large meet
present: ;.T.:Clay Moore, Litr... Moore, tng. In fact, effoils ar on foot tn
S. F. Harris, Isaiah Smith, Jr., J. A. have one eeneral celphmtinn curh QO
T ,ester, G. W. McKissack,: P.:,F.(, Hill. I Nashville has not PnWri fnr
T. B. Bosley.i.J. Frank Battle, R A. vflrs. Some' 0f the oldest citizens do
Fwin, .T. C.,, Martin. C., N. ,Langston. not remember many occasions when
Green ,F.!. Anderson, James A. , Davis ,he cmeris have who,y oteerved on
been so surprising and astonishing as
the rapid growth of this institution.
Dr. Boyd has been out of The office for
more than six weeks. All of his time
has bepn given to the personal man
Tgemcnt and arrangement of these im-
nrovements, giving none of the enor
mous correspondence any personal at
tention. He stated to the correspond
ent that it was absolutely necessary
to leave the office work and corre
spondence to the assistant secretary,
in order to superintend the work now
so near completion. It is. Impossible
to specify the extensive improvements
that are now being made.
Permanently Organized on
i t : ; ' ' '
HON. J.C. NAPIER WAS ELECTED
Roman, J. C. Napier, ;Wm.; F..Haynes,
W. II. Reeves, J. Thosv Turner, It. L.
White, p, W. Adams, W, T. Hightower,
(?.' B. Taylor, J. O. Battle-," It. F. Boyd
H. T. Noel, A. N. Johnson, J. W. Bos
tick. O. V.' Washington.' Geo. Gary, S.
it Reeves, J. W. Jennlngs.; ' '
' The- next meeting of the assocla-
tirin will be held next Tuesday night.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETS.
The , executive , committee of the
Business and Professional League of I where the rplphmti
l...lll l.U l .1 rri I.. w
f carried out, will help to make the
day more generally observed. As to
whether & program will be rendered
both by day and night has not been de
cided upon. Of course it is the cus
tom for schools to have their special
exercises, , but the chapels of the
schools are, never large enough to ac
commodate citizens on special occa
sions. The churches selected for the
citizens' program are not sufficiently
large to accommodate more than the
regular membership. In many cities
Nashville held Its first meeting Tues-1 Mons are held large crowds number-
nay nigm ai me omce or. Air. a. . n. n: ud nto th thni.snnri flAmM
Johnson, undertaker. .. , The executive and iL.ten to Bnper.hea hv Hitinr,
committee, with i one . exception was men nf thA rr( wnu rm
THE EDUCATIONAL CONGRESS.
The sixth annual session of the ed
ueational congress of West Tennessee
was held with the Liberty C. M. E
Hhurch and the Borean Baptist
nhurch in this city, November 28, 29.
This was by fnr the greatest session
!nown in the history of the congress.
The programs which had been pre
pared were by fnr the most InterestJ
'ng. and there were many talented
persons taking special part In the mu
cic, while some of the brainiest men
'n the western and middle part of the
to were on program.
The educational congress movement
s no doubt doing a rront pood for the
eonle. The president of the con-
ress, Prnf. J. W. .Tohiison, who has
onlv recently been elected as president
f Rorrer Wlulnms University, was
een bv a Globe representative and
t-ited tht he wns well pleased with
the sesf'on .1upt closed.
The officers included prominent ed
ucators of all dpnom'n-.tlons and are
s follows: J. W. John sen, President
Nashville. Tenn.: A. R. Merry, First
'ir-p President. Jickson. Tennl; W. R.
Tirrctt, Second Vice President. Obion,
'"em.: T. R. Glnster. Third Vice Presl-
ent. Brownsville, Tenn.: W. G. Web-
er. Tor. Sec'v, Covington, Tenn.
T's D'lVonla Pierce. Secretary Mem-
'i'iIs, Tenn.; Mr?, Fnnnle M. Lawler,
Trpnsnrpr. Martin. Tenn.: W. II.
Fort, rhni'-r-ian of PteeMng Com.. Dy
ersbure. Tenn.; J. F. Booker. Chair
win Executive Committee. Trenton
Tenn.: O. Porter, Chairman Pro
gram Com., Jackson, Tenn.
The nrvt vhro of mfftlnsr has not
n? ver poen pciocTpri our win no ooudt
rpr-")n tn thp west or r,n the, border
of Middle Tennpssce. A special ban
miot for nil tre deietr'.tes was pre-
pirpd bv the cltlrpns of middle Ten
Tipospp. A rneclnl hnnonet for all th?
ripipTatps ws prepared by the ritl
'ptis of Jackson. A more en.loynbl
fpto hs not bepn srpn In the city
Tnp pntirp ppccipns or the congress
wprp ripvntpd to th'ntrs of interest and
Kcrpflt to the race along educationa
REPRESENTATIVE BODY OF MEN
CONSTITUTES ITS MAKE UP
ENTHUSIASM , , RUNS HIGH
SUBSCRIPTION FOR STOCK AND
CASH. PAYMENTS FOR SAME
present. A general discussion of plans
upon which to begin, active work for
the ensuing year was entered into, but
owing to the lateness of ,the hour, and
the fact that many o.f.the members be
long to the new. .fair, association, the
meeting , adjourned, .until, Wednesday
night. : . u . ?... i; , ;
At t he ; Wednesday . evening, meeting.
loubt soon join this number. The peo
ole of Nashville will look forward to a
Teditable celebration regardless of
where it is held.
the executive.. committee decided unan-
INDICATE EARNEST ' INTEN- imously upon the following:., ,
First, they recommend; theconsoli-
dation . of the , two, .fair , associations
now permanently organized . In ; this
TIONS ALL OFFICERS ELECT
ED MAKE SHORT SPEECHES.
The, members of Lincoln Post No.
I, G. ,A- and the citizens of Nash
ville are planning for a great celebra
tion on Emancipation Day, January 1,
ir The celebration will be under the di
rect supervision of the G. A. R. Post,
but the citizens in eeneral am pnnnilv
city... and chartered under the Jaws of interested and will join forces with
the state of Tennessee. .. , . them to make the celebration a sue-
If enthusiastic speeches, , subscrip- L ? r.Z T , , m Kvery Nero man- woman and
tions for stock, and payment on stock, Ior u'uu;"VKluo ut" Pniia 13 concerned about this day. It
count for anythingthe Tennessee Col- rprs and, the committee of the , new ,-eaches them all alike in one sense of
ored Fair Association, the .permanent league; it being desired ta have such the word. Many hours have been
i nwruiis'i " "e U1 ' u,c icifei i spent.. Dy tne listening to the horrible
churches in Nashville.- tortures endured hv their
Third, that an effort be put. forth to hng tne day8 of siavery. How thev
have a united emancination celebra- were driven bv cnipl nwnpra nf hn.
tion in the city of Nashville under thp nian soui3 ln those (lark davs It Jg a
auspices of the Business and Profes- torMon nf histrrv pf Hip ptv.ir.nion
cia vvcic x i ,lc, '7 : ' . r. . .
present to participate in . the meeting. ,w i" " tVo inat can never le bloUed out- S9
The personnel of .. .the . association ,; is M hp aecomillehed thathe Lear e the young men and women are pre-
truly a represenUtive one, men being J " lIR'v1"c".,' narmg to ceieprate tne act that put a
present who. represented almost, every "'77"' mM)lflff!f tho Sl0 w tnose Drutanties.
avocation followed by the Negroes In Fourth that a call meeUjB of the To those parents who endured the
Nashville . T,eague be set for some future date hardships of those bloody days the
n-T. , . , nrior to me reiuiar mounuy iuwhub pmancipat on celebrat on is sacred
The meeting wa called ,to order; at nninr tn Pniwt the first annual "J T S
ight o'clock, temporary chairman, J. h,,ps and to make out a financial roll ZL "nZl"
' , j ( liuui it ia u fsi k ik irvrn ui c mc yi ultt
or memncrs. . Iraation that set them free.
Fifth, they endorse tne. coming meet
ing to be'hejd at Mount Olive Banilst
Church Sunday at 3 p. m., December
22. at which time Mr., Chas. "Stewart,
a noted newspaper correspondent, will
sneak to men only. The date of the
organization which., was completed at
the One Cent Savings .Bank last Tues
day night, has an extremely bright fu
ture before it. ..Though this was but
the second meeting of the association,
a large number, of stock-holders .were
?7pws has reachpd here that Prof
Chas. A. Dn"cpv of Prooklvn. who ,wa
nrip nf tV'p fp'-pronet pdnpators of Ne-
"rn vnnth rrid known throughout
'r coi'Titrv, d'o in that city last
wtek of pneumonia,
B. Bosley, being in the chairs After
the routine business, Incidental ,:. to
opening, a committee, headed by ,C. N.
angston, reported that a charter .had
een secured and all the requirements
n connection therewith for the com
pletion of; the organization had been
complied with. Chairman Bosley an-L.n mpptw will be announced later.
pointed Rev G. B. Taylor, Green F. wll0n Pvpry business1 and Professional
Anuerson. ana J. u. uattie as a commit
tee on pernianqnt organization. . The
None are as well prepared to appre
ciate emancipation as the old soldier.
Those men who stood before belching
'annon and dared to offer their lives
that the generations unborn might en
loy sweet liberty.
On Monday night, Docember 9, the
committee reported, ,. recommending
the following as officers: President, J.
C. Napier; First Vice President, Dr.
R. F., - Bpyd Second ' Vice President,
Rev. Preston Taylor: Third Vice. Presi
dent. P. F. Hill; .Fourth Vice Presi
dent,. Dr. II. T. Noel; Recording Sec
retary. , J. Thomas Turner; Assistant
Recording Secretary, .T. , CJay. Moore;
Corresponding Secretary and General
Manager. J. Frank Battle; Treasurer,
C. , N.. Langston; Attornpy, J;. W.
Grant; Executive, Committee. ,J..,B.
Boeley, Chairman: Rev. Wm. Ilaynos,
J. B. Kennedy. B. J. Carr. J, B. .Martin,
W. T. Illghtowerv Dr. C. V. . Roman,
Dr. P. R. Burrus. J. Blaine Boyd, I. I
Moore, J. A. Davis, Dr. J. A. lister, G.
W. McKissack, S. IT. Reeves, . S. P
HarrU. Tn committee's report was
rA-.n ijy Nashville!' who desires to take members of Lincoln Post No. 4. and
tui'rt in this oreanlzation. ' Is to ' be the Woman's Relipf Corp will meet at
i-pscnt and enroll his hame and pay tholr headquarters to arrange a pro
ie' first dues gramme, which will be published next
'"."-'.I! - f. r-o week. The. celebration will be held at
thp Mt OHvp nnntt;t Churrh Jnnn-
TH E. FJR8T ANNIVERSARY, pF.THEly. 1( jgos. This promises to be the
greatest celebration in the history of
ROCK CITY ACADEMY OF
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.: .
The first, a nhl versa fy', of 'the Rck
Cltv, Academy, of. Medicine and Bnr
T.orv will b celebrated' a 1; St.' Patil A.
M. E.- Churoh. Friday, n'ght.'Peemher
if!. The principal address, will .he by
Dr. J.. A. Tester. Short addresses will
bo mMo by DrF. Boyd,. Roman. Bandy
Tnd TTnle. The musle will be In
rhnrre of Dr. A..M, Townsendv Re-f.-pcVirnpnts
will, he served bv, th Al
lpn Fndavor Teaene of St. Paul , Ex
erei8 begin at 7:30 p. m.
' SPECIAL SERVICES.
At Jackson Temple C. M. E. Church
Sunday, December 8, at 11 o'clock a.
rn., Rev. I. H. Jones,. A. B.. Pastor of
Lane .Tabmacle C. M. E. Church.
Eaat Nashville, will nrearh a snerlal
sermon, from the third chanter of St.
John and the 4th verse, 'TTpw can a
.man be born when he is old?" Sub
i"pf. "The Mysfrv cf New Birth."
The public is Invited,
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