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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907.
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We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
is per illustration given above, at price?
iccoruing to quality oi materials ana
trimmings, randnsrfrom $"0 to $75: silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110: hand
embroidered bullion work from $135 to
$260. Specifications furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: ::
Under the Auspices of the Baptist
State Convention of Tennessee.
Winter Session Opens January 1, 1908,
at 10:30 A. M.
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY.
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS.
Hermitage, Tenn., Dec. 8, 1007.
Dear Santa: I will write you a let
ter to let you know what I want yon
to bring me. I want you to bring me
a pretty cloak, a doll, some candy,
oranges, bananas, apples, and raisins
Don't forget mamma please bring her
a sack of candv. bananas. aDDles. or-
Located at Nashville, the Athens of ranges, some nuts, raisins and every-
the South; unusual educational ad van
tages are offered; beside, ROGER
WILLIAMS occupies a site at once
ideal for an institution of learning.
Situated on the east bank of the Cum
berland, it is unsurpassed for eleva
tion, health, beauty of scenery for
miles around, and is within a few min
utes' walk along the White's Creek
turnpike from North First Street car
There are three buildings on the
campus of 12 acres: the main one is
two stories high, with basement,
steam-heated and electric-lighted, and
will be used for chapel, class-rooms,
and dormitory for young ladies, for
all of which it is admirably adapted;
the second will be used for boys' dor
mitory and dining-hall; the third will
be the administration building. A
capable and efficient corps of instruct
ors and officers has been selected, un
der whose charge the best interests of
every student win De caretuiiy saie-guarded.
As in the past, ROGER WILLIAMS
stands for Christian education, secured
argely through the careful and discip-
inary training of mind, soul and body.
Phe Literary Department will consist of
English, Academic, and College and
Theological Courses. The Bible will be
daily text-book in recitation. An,
one hour of useful employment for the
institution, each day, will be expected
of every student. Further, ROGER
WILLIAMS stands for Christian edu
cation, firm' in the belief that it is the
most potent factor in the permanent
uplift of any people; it commends the
heroic struggle the race Is making to
make its youth, worthy to win in the
battle of life, and thus seeks in good
faith the opportunity to help in the
inculcation of the principles of self-reliance
and self-support through self-
direction and self-help.
Tuition, board, washing, heat, light,
furnished rooms, etc., except towels,
rugs, and such like will be provided
for $11.00 per school month, of 28 days,
payable in advance. Tuition for day
pupils $1.50 per month. Young ladies
may do their own laundering. Matric
ulation fee, $1.00. Text books will be
furnished at cost A careful observ
ance of the regulations of the institu
tion will be expected of every student.
For other particulars call (Telephone)
Main 2029, or , Address,
J. W. JOHNSON,
President Roger Williams University,
This shows a very popular design for
fi. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made
of white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur
bin, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf
nd oil colors, back of red banner sateen
Trimmed with imported gold lace, f ring f
tassels, etc. Hard wood pole, wood cro?
bar, cover and holster. Prices 'Q
fc. JT. ' "tf the atve Banners will
made for any other orgw1 ,von at sama
prices, changing emblems end lettering
to suit the Order. :: :: :
For further Information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board.
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
' 3 Second Ave N. Nashville. Tenn.
AN INFORMAL SMOKER.
A few of the intimate friends of Mr.
Fred J. Ewing tendered him an in
formal smoker last Saturday evening.
The occasion being in honor of Mr.
Ewing's departure for Tuskegee, Ala.,
where he goes to accept a position at
the famous Tuskegee Normal and In
Good cheer reigned supreme and
several addresses were made in which
the virtues of Mr. Ewing as a printer, a
friend and a gentleman were extolled.
To which the honoree replied in a
characteristic speech. Those joining
in the testimonial were Geo. 0. Boyd,
Jr., Dan Hackley Winston, J. O.
Battle, Louis K. Thomas, Sr., Eugene
Price, J. Frank Battle, George I. Dod
son. Mr. Ewing has been connected with
the National Baptist Publishing House
for several years as an employee of
the composing -oom. He left the city
Monday morning, going directly to
Tuskegee, where his especial work will
be to teach the operation and mechan
ism of the linotype.
thing good to eat. I will close.
Hermitage, Tenn., Dec. 8, 1907.
Dear Santa Claus: I thought I
would write and let you know what
want you to bring me. I want you to
bring me a cap, a doll that can open
and shut her eyes, a pair of rubbers,
some apples, oranges, candy, raisins,
bananas, and a little doll cradle. I
:im eight years old and am in the
third grade. Don't forget my teacher,
bring her something nice. Bring me
a set of doll dishes, shoes and table.
Now I will close.
Henmitage, Tenn., Dec. 11, 1907.
Dear Old Santa Claus: I want you
to please, sir, come to see me this
Christmas. I want you to bring me
some doll dishes, a fascinator, some
candy, raisins, firecrackers and romar.
candles. I am a good little girl and
go to school every day. Please bring
mamma and papa something nice and
please, sir, come to see ,my teacher,
her name is Miss Porter.
From your little girl,
MAGGIEi LEE ROBERTSON.
Henmitage, Tenn., Dec. 11, 1907.
Dear Santa. I want you to bring
me a cloak, fascinator, doll ' piano,
iresser, little ftove, wardrobe, little
doll table, three little chairs, some or.
mires, apples, nuts candy, bananas
md raisins. I go to school every day.
I am 13 years old and am in the
third grade. Don't forget mamma,
please bring her a pretty dress, some
randy, oranges, apples, raisins, ba
nanas and a cocoanut. Now I will
NELLIE M. JENNINGS.
P. S. Now don't forget to bring my
teacher something, her name is Em
Hermitage, Tenn., Dec. 8, 1907.
Dear Santa: I will write you a let
ter to let you know what I want you
o bring me. I want you to bring me
a cloak, a colored,, kinky-headed doll,
i pretty Teddy bear, some apples
sandy, oranges, peanuts, chestnuts.
English walnuts and bananas. 1 aro
Mght years old. I go to school and
im in the second grade. Miss Emma
Porter is my teacher, don't forget her.
Please bring her something nice and
bring brother a little wagon, a ham
mer, some nails, oranges, apples, rais
ns, candy, bananas and some nuts, If
you please. Now I wih close.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 10, 1907
Dear Santa: I write to ask you to
ilease come to see me this Christmas.
Please bring me a large colored doll,
loll buggy, shoes and hat, some can
ly, nuts, oranges, apples and fire
works. Bring my matmma, sisters and
brothers something nice. Your little
;lrl, CONINE MAY KING.
161 G Patterson street.
HEY ARE HER
Every style in Men's, Boys' and
Children's Clothing. The best
goods for the least money. Give
us a call.
U. L. DOUGLAS
$3.50 and $4.00
The bestshoe on earth. All styles.
All Leathers. Also Ladies' and
Corner Public Square and Cedar Street.
OFFICE: 1418 Cedar St., West.
Phone, Main J450-Y.
9 to J J a. m., 2:30 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
dr. j. a. McMillan,
GENITO URINARY DISEASES.
RESIDENCE: 67 FIRST AVENUE, S. Phone, Main 2595.
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MISS McKINNEY ENTERTAINS AT
Miss Ruth P. McKineny prepared a
tinner last Sunday in honor of Mr
i1 red J. Eiwing. Around the table,
which had for its centerpiece a Batten
berg square holding a vase filled with
ink carnations, covers were laid for
ten. Seated at the table were Dr. and
Mrs. J. B. Singleton and children, Ma
le. Ruth and J. B.. Jr.. Mrs. Brown
Yateman, Mr. Ewing, Mr. J. O. Bat
tle, Miss Mattie B. Scales and Miss
PREPARING FOR THE OPENING.
A consignment of school desks for
Roger Williams University is expect
ed within the next ten days. They
have placed a large order for desks
with one of the local firms.
The boiler, which is to be used in
heating the building by steam, is al
ready on the grounds. The mechanics
will besrin work not later than Friday
or Saturday, December 13 or 14. They
ovtprt tn romnlete the work within
the next two weeks.
A small party of friends was delight
fully entertained last Saturday after
noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Jenkins, on Eleventh avenue,
North, ithe occasion being the cele
bration of the birthday of their (laugh
ter, little Miss Ninvmie Jenkins. The
hostess was assisted in receiving by
Madams Martin, Slater and John
Crowder. The house was beautifully
locorated with flowers and plants.
At four o'clock the guests were in
vited into the dining-room, where
"indy, fruit and ices were served. The
quests were Misses Ethel Ijeath, Jessie
McCarter, Albert Johns, Nazaree
"rowder, Lucile Jordan, Ida May Ma
'one, Nannie May Brooks, Master Wil
'ie Tucker and Wm. Johnson.
CANTATA AT MOUNT OLIVE.
The pupils of Mount Olive Sunday
School are preparing to give to the
public on the night of December 2G a
cantata entitled "Santa Claus, Jr."
The cantata is full of good music and
Old Santa Claus mask and hoods at Npenking and Includes a drill by a
r,. from 40c im. Better go (lownrompany oi juuy uuys, a.s wen as a
tn th'o National Baptist Publishing doll drill by wee tots from the primary
House and get them. 'department
EAST NASHVILLE U. R. K. OF P
It will be remembered that the 20th
Uentury Company, No. G, U. R. K. of
?., Is composed of members of Excel
sior Ixidge, No. 22, and Fidelity, No.
12, K. of P. At their last meeting
'hey received from Excelsior $125 on
Payment for their uniform, which they
ordered from a Negro firm in Cincin
nati, O, twenty -five suits.
JOHN T. SHELBY, Captain.
J. C. HAYNES. S. K. R.
HARD TIMES NO HINDRANCE.
Two boys were recently heard dis
cussing hard times. One of them said
'ic did not know times were hard as
he had not felt it. "I have a Teddy
bear, and what more should a boy
want lor Christmas?" This boy's fa
thcr was wise. He subscribed for the
Nashville Olobe and the Teddy Bear
was thrown in for good measure. Come
to The Globe office, 447 Fourth Ave
ine, North, and get one for the little
Do not decorate your Christmas
lreos or your parlors before seeing the
liamond-shaped paper garlands and
fie festoon draperies at the National
Hapth't Publishing Board.
Rev. J. S. Gilmore, of Columbia,
was In the city last week en route to
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burl walnut and finely figured mahogany or
quarter sawed oak; double veneered inside
and out, is what the National Baptist Pub
lishing Board offers in their many styles of
pianos. Such as styles 5, 6, 10, 12 and 14.
The tone of these instruments is unexcelled
for its exquisite quality.
THE ARTIST UPRIGHT
are pre-eminent. The tone is clear, liquid,
mellow and well sustained and affords in all
the registers a harmony clear and equal, and
of that sympathetic nature which, under the
hands of an artist, arouses the enthusiasm of
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