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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1907.
CHRISTMAS TREE CANDLES.
Fine Ptraffine wax. assorted colors; red, white, blue, green
and yellow. Three sizes furnished. Cut shows exact size of
No. 50' J-H. (See smallest cut at side.) Box contains 86 can
dle for 40c. two Boxes, 60c.
No. '072-H. (See Second cut at side.) Box contains 24 candles
for 40c. two boxes, 60c
No. 7073-H.I See largest cot at side.) Box contains 18 cnnd!cs
for 40c, two boxes, 60c.
No boxes broken.
These Banners or Streamers are made of colored tissue paper,
many sheets in thickness and fringed the entire depth A fine cam
bric band extends the whole length to arid to their strength and to
aid in putting up. The lettering is in colors. The banners are
eHch 8 to llfeetin leneth and 14 inches in depth. Can be used
either for inside or outside decoration, and are very effective
In Memory of Bessie Marsihall, Who
Fell asleep in Jesus, Dec. 9.
"Anotner earth child gone to
Another earth -child gone to heaven
Sad and dreary is the home;
But there's joy anion? the angels
Gathered round the great white
In that throng of joyous angels flying,
Round the throne of love,
Here is one they lately welcomed
From our arms of tender love.
No. 506S"Merry Christmas." Prta. 60c each, postpaid.
No. 5067-G "Welcome." Price. 60c each, postpaid.
5066-G "Happy New Year." Price, 60c each, postpaid.
Our Paper Bells and Santa Claus Masks
A New and beautiful room decora
tion whic h should be included in every
outfit ordered. Not a picture, but a
I real bell made of mny sheets of tissue
paper, so constructed that it can be
folded into small compass and used
again and again. We fun ish two
styles solid red and solid white. Also
two sixes Btnnll and luige.
No. 5056-H Large size solid red bell 9 1-2 inches
hig i and iil inches in circumference. Price, 25 Cts.
No. 5057-H. Large size solid white brll, 9 1-2 nches
high and 37 inches in circumference. Price, 25 Cts.
No. 5058-H. Small size solid red bell 7 inches high and 25 inches in circumfcreiv e.
Price, 15 Cts. ench, postpaid
No. 5059-H. SimmII size solid white bell, 7 inch s high and 25 inches In circum
ference. Price, 15 Cts., postpaid.
SANTA CLAUS MA'KS.
No. 5075-H. For Christmas Santa Clause fare. Strong papier
mache, pninted face, long white heard.
Price, 40 Cents each, postpaid; two for 65 Cents.
SANTA CLAUS MASK AND HO"Di
No. 5036. Co vers face and head, forming a com
plete diHguise. Papie'-mache painti d face, colored
cambric hood, long white beard.
Price, 60 Cts. Each, postpaid; two for $1.00.
If there is anything in the line of
Christmas goods that you want and can't find.
write us. as we have a complete line of Christ
JUST THE THING FOR YOU.
Our Santa Claus Log and Brick Houses
Give the Little Ones a Nice Time.
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No. 5I28-H. For Platform
Decorations. Size of house is
Sfett wide, 7 feet dc p and 7
fr et high. Consiting of light
wood lramew rk front and
both end covered with brick
paper Roof of loose IioimIs
covered with cotton, the latter
sprinkled with Snow Sparkle,
to giv a frost effect House
trimmtd with green paper
festooning. We furnish US
sheets of bri' k paper, sufficient
to covrrone side anH twoends,
and for making chimney; also
fivel nttl sheets for door and
window Ii tels. and four small
wind ws :he o itfit for
No. 5I25-H. Large sheets of paper, size32x4. printed in colors. A pcrfci t imitatii n
oflogs For making log cabins iframewoi k to be of wood), s ze of ca in. 8 feet
tt inches wide, 7 feet 8 inches deep and 7 feet 2 inches high. Outfit consists of 15 sheets
of Loe Cabin Paner. 2 Windows. Red
Brick Chimney Taper, and full direc
tion for builiing f aire. For the roof,
boards are to be used, the front cov red
with cotton batting, etc. Price of outfit
F.'-'rK'jm'V'j-i j -:rr ...'.-j i ; r-pA.1' BvViS
Our Log Cabin lUS
will create gre.it inten st at Christmas
Entertainments or church festivals.
When nicel put tovethir. ns it can be
ht mii inirei ious nersotl. it will attract
mu h attention and be a special de
light to thechildrcn our P iprr Festooning can be used i" connect on with the
log house as shown in cut ebewhere.
SEXD ALL OIWFAIS TO
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD, D. D., Secretary,
523 Second Avenue, North. Nashville, Tenn.
(Continued from Pag-e 4.)
pers with nmid-slinging, so common to
the ward politician.
It is especially regrettable that The
Monitor, the official organ of our Sun
day schools, should lead in this meth
od of personal attack and billingscate.
Regrettable, first, because that paper
is supposed to be the model of decent
ana respectable journalism for our
cniim-en to read. Secondly, because
the editor of that paper is aspiring to
the highest position In the grift of the
church. It makes the paper unfit for
me purpose for which it Is intended;
anu u wm serve to send another Bish
op to the bench full of political sores
and scars, thereby rendering him less
Iopuiar, weakening his influence for
The angel sent earthward
By the Savior's infinite love.
Many things while here she taught us, niucn S001 that he might do, for many
All Styles and Prices.
Patience, gentleness and love.
Her life so pure, so. true and gentle,
Was mirrored from the heaven
She by precept and example
Taught us of the God above
Left an impression of the Christ-life,
Taught us of this wondrous love.
And oh, how we learned to love her,
While tMs earth she made her
God above, precious, and he, only
He, can tell and he alone.
And our hearts are torn with sorrow.
Yet we weep not in despair,
For we know our darling waiteth
In that heavenly home so fair.
She is waiting at the threshold
Of her newly-found, heavenly home,
Eager there to meet her loved ones,
As to their reward they come.
May we live, while here we journey,
That when the Master bidsi us come
We shall, with our precious darling,
Rest in peace for aye, at home.
Father, mother, sister, brother,
On the Lord your burden cast.
Tie will comfort, cheer, sustain you,
Safely bring you home at last.
By B. F. Davis.
Meharry Medical College.
"SOWING AND REAPING."
The coming lecture, for men only,
to be delivered at 3 p. nv. at the Mount
Olive apttet Church on Sunday, De
cember 22, by Mr. Chas. Stewart, the
newspaper correspondent, religious
worker and general educational man
of the United States, is a1 trading no
little attention. The ministers of the
city will announce the lecture at their
services Sunday in order that every
male citizen in the city may avail him
self of the opportunity to attend the
The subject selected by Mr. Stew
art is "Sowing and Reaping." He will
speak from experience and observa
tion, and being well posted, will no
doubt give his audience a rare treat.
Then, too, Mr. Stewart is a reader of
no mean ability. He has made a spe
cial study of Paul Laurence Dunbar, a?
well as the productions of D. Webster
Davis. He is known in every state in
the Union, making it his soecial busi
ness, in connection with his newspa
per work, to attend annual confer
ences, quadrennial conferences, asso
ciations, state conventions and na
tional convention.?, state grand lodges
and supreme grand lodges. In fact
he is an all round man, capable tf giv
ing justice to the subject, and furnish
ing a full entertainment for the after
There will be no admi??ion fee.
Everybody his been invited. Mr.
Stewart will speak in the morning at
one of the C. M. E. churches.
Into the fight without caring,
Even to death they obeyed;
Patient and faithful and doxinsr
This is the record they made.
Standing where war ra;;ed the longest,
Falling with face to the foe;
Of all stalwart warriors the strongest
Say not their enemies so?
Condemned by the head of the Nation,
Who sought their brave spirits to
Stubornly holding their station,
Like heroes ithe Twenty-fifth fell.
jears to come. 1 voted for Dr. Chan-
pelle for the S. S. Union against all
comers; I expect to vote for him for
the bishopric (D. V.). .But I think
that his methods of campaign are
wrong, and that he should stop.
J. A. JONES.
Shelbyville, Dec. 9, 1907.
Mr. JasiKr Tappan Phillips, of this
my, senua u:e lonowing letter to tr.e
editor of The Globe:
Dear Sir: I take this opportunity
to Inform you briefly relative to my
uuw una oi iaoor. xexas college, as
you know, is one of our C. M. E.
schools. Although In its thirteenth
year it bids fair to be In a very few
years the greatest institution of learn
ing In Colored Methodism. Rev. S.
W. Brown, A. M., its efficient presi
dent, is gradually bringing up the
school to an ideal college. The enroll
ment is unusually large, and students
from far and near continue to pour
in. Supported, as the president is.
by a faculty which has degrees from
the best colored universities, and who
have also done post work at Chicago
university, Howard and other reput
able institution of the North, we can
not but obtain the very best possible
The musical department, of which
Miss Florence K. Ross ia directress,
deserves especial mention. It Is in a
flourishing condition and from all in
dications promises to have a larger
number of pupils this year than ever
before. Miss Ross p.s will be remem
bered was a member of Class '07 Fisk
University. The various literary clubs
are interesting as well as entertain
ing. The young people therefore
spend Friday evenings very pleasantly
and profitably with the poets, wrlteis
of note and current topics. These
mibs develop the oratorical as well as
the literary bide of a student's life.
Athletics and college spirit seem to
he everywhere in evidence. On the
tampus one can hear college yells and
songs as the football reams meet on
the gridiron for their daily struggles.
Perhaps you wouiJ be interested to
Know that our football team nlaved
Wiley University at Marshall, Texas,
on Thanksgiving Day, but lost. The
Wiley boys outweighed the Texas
College boys, were more experienced,
an ! two of our Inys were away from
home, so that these three salient
noints were in our disfavor. The
score was 28 to 0 in favor of Wiley.
"We are defeated, but not conquered."
We are scheduled to play Prairie View
Normal School. I don't know whether
we shall play the game or not. The
icnn Is being coached by Prof. J.
B. Prat her and myself.
The Glee Club is doing good work
and I shah not icst until I bring it up
to the standard. I am planning t.'
give conceits at neighboring cities,
which I think will be a great adver
tisi'ig feature for the school. Texas
College without, doubt has the bright
est future of any of our schools. A
new girl s dormitory will soon be
started, the building of which will
mark the beginning of a new era of
urogress in the history of Texas Col
if. rtiiuuirr rauy win ne neia in
tr.is city next September for Texas
College nnd the friends of the "Pur
nle and Gold" are determined to raise
another large amount. If it is -neces
ary they will surpass the $11,511
vaised at Dallas a few months
ago. We are doing well and the work
continues to move smoothly on. You
cannot imagine how pleased I an to
receive the dear old Globe. I could
rot get along without It. I find it to
i, ..i i .
ue mku u pieasani companion, it is
always "newsy," and I read it
joy and interest.
And now see a bold figure rising
Fo raker, the champion of right,
The shafts of his critics despising.
Boldly demanding, "More light!"
Defender of his brave defenders;
A man who his conscience obeyed;
Who blotted the lies of pretenders
This Is the. record he (made.
Not the Twenty-fifth, but the Nation.
Is cursed with a dishonored name;
Unjustly dismissed from their -station-Where
now lie the crime and the
Dan Ilackley Winston.
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XDc 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
STWj are made of the best
satin ribbon, stamped with
pure gold leaf and trim
med with imported gold
"Write us for prices and specifications
stating the number of badges
National Baptist Publishing BoanJ
R. II. BOYD. Sec'y,
523 Second Ave.. N.
Beginninc Sunday morning the Sun
day school exercises of Mount. Olive
Church will le held in the auditorium.
FAIR ASSOCIATION MEETS.
J lie I ennrssee Colored Fair Asso
nation held a meeting at the One Cent
avin;;s Bank Tuesday evening at
which the permanent organization
was completed by the adoption of by
laws and rules of order. President J.
C. Napier presided and all the other
officers were present. Several new
members were present, among whom
were E. T. Keller, J. Pressley, E. W.
Brown and others.
The plans for holding the fair are
rapidly materializing and the Execu
tive Committee, upon which the brunt
of the work will fall. Is at work. Next
Tuesday the committee will go to
Greenwood Park for the purpose of
making an examination of the grounds
o as to ascertain the suitability of
the Park for Fair purposes. The next
regular meeting of the Association
will be held on the second Tuesday in
January at which time there will be a
public installation of officers. Preston
Taylor generously donated the use of
the Odd Fellows Auditorium for this
meeting and the Association accepted
Miss I,adye Brown and Mr. Eugene
Frieron were quietly married Mon
day night at the residence of Mrs. S.
G. Dodson, 1734 Jefferson street. Rev.
S. G. Dodson performed the ceremony.
Mr. Daniel Uobinson has returned
home after spending several years in
Misses Louise Armstrong and
Georgia Akins left last week for their
homes In Columbia. They were the
guests of Miss Evaline Jones, Gil
Eleventh avenue, North.