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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1907.
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W. C V T. U. AT PLEASANT GREEN.
T Women's Christian Temper-
am -union will hold a meeting: at
tsant Creen Baptist Church on
Sum'.ay afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs.
ss. Ecnd will address the Union on
kingdom ; preach the word; he in
stant in season, and out of season; re
prove, lebuke, exhort with all long
suffering and doctrine.' 'Watch thou
9tr op 'suorpnuu ajnpus 's2n;ui n ur
work of an evangelist, make full proof
Narcotics," after which there will be I JLSf lnlf ' iemenlb(erln& that
a. general discussion of the subject 9 . n, , t , "JUJ!JnU?J
by -various members. The W. C. T. Pl I ? I'91 md V J ?U0
And may you be able to say as Paul,
U. is growing in popular favor and
much good is being accomplished.
TOe are prepared to make
all kinds of badges for sc
cieties and associations
SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES.
Mr. Charles Lightfoot, who has
been confined to his room several
weeks, is able to be out.
Rev. Wm. Craft, of Nashville, was
in tlrtcity last week.
Rev. Mr. Lindsev who snent a fpw
days here, has returned to Chattanoo- morning.
The concert given at the K. of P.
Hall, Friday night by Mrs. Janie
Lightfoot Elliott for the b&eflt of the
Fiist Baptist Church, was a decided
The house occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Miles Smith was destroyed by fire.
The concert conducted bv Mrs.
Claudie Hyatt on Thursday night was
a splendid . affair. The proceeds are
for the benefit of the M. E. Church.
Mr. J. D. Martin, of this city, has
two one-horse drays in operation and
is doing a good business.
Mrs. Lula Polk, of this city, has re
turned fiom Gurleysville, Ala., where
she has been spending a few days.
Mr. A. B. Bryant won the $4.00 hat
in the contest at the A. M. Fa Zion
Church Sunday night.
Eula, the little daughter of Mr. and
Mis. J. D. Martin, is sick.
Rev. Ransaw, of the A. M. E.
Church, preached a most exoeltent
sermon ai the A. M. E. Zion Church
last Sunday at 3 p. m.
Messrs. Henry & Young have opened
a large- boarding house at the cement
plant. Now our colored laborers can
get good accommodation.
Rev. B. J. Jones closed a successful
quarterly meeting here and left for
Pikesville, his next point.
Mrs. Rubie Walker is expected home
from Chattanooga this week.
Mrs. Mary Miller has returned
home. She report3 that 'lie lain in
terferred greatly with her success
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Robinson vis
ited Ketchall and Jasper Sunday.
Miss Beatrice Hise, who is attend
ing Greenville College, writes in
praiseworthy terms of her teachers.
Subscribe for the Globe, our world.
Hear the debate at Henry Byfom
Literary Society Tuesday night.
when your work shall have been fin
ished on earth, 'I have fought a good
Hght, I have finished my course,
lave kept the faith.' "
Revival services will begin at the
"hurch next Sunday, March 17th, Rev.
W. J. Waytes. D. D., assisting. "The
Prodigal Son" will be the subject of
Rev Ellington's discourse Sunday
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BISHOP PHILLIPS RETURNS.
Bishop C. H. Phillips has returned
to the city after a week's visit to
wints in Kentucky and Indiana. The
'pedal business of the Bishop's visit
vas to establish a church in Indian
apolis, Ind., which he succeeded in do
ns;. He was heartily welcomed on his
naipsion by other religious denomina
tions and the Young Men's Christian
Wednesday night, February 27. he
was tendered a banquet jointly by rep
esentatives from the African Method
st. Zion Methodist, Young Men's
"hristian Association, nnd the Baptist
hurches. Bishop Phillips was highly
late ! when seen by a Globe reporter.
He s'iys he has eveiy reason to feel
ii ond over the success attained. He
'eft the mission with a membership of
between 35 and -.0 n, embers, and pur
chased a lot for a church house.
Messrs. James and Marion Harden,
T. D. and Miss Sallie Sharfner attend
ed the Grand Session of the U. S. R.
it Murfreesboro last Saturday.
Mrs. Millie Hall and Mr. Bill Cart
wright were ouietly nnrried last week.
Miss Mahala Goofh. of Jefferson,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cart
wright, Saturday and Sunday.
G. M. Todd visited the Lavergne So
ciety Saturday night and the Sand
Hill Monday night.
Mr. Alex. Drennon who has been
iway since October, is now spending
i few days at home with his family.
UNIQUE AND APPRECIATIVE.
Last Sunday, March 10, the mem
bers of the First Baptist Church cele
brated the seventh anniversary of the
pastorate of Rev. W. S. Ellington ir. presented him that
a manner that was very expressive of wishing him many
Mr. Thomas E. Dirkerson. for nine
teen years church clerk and a most
excellent church worker, was present
ed a handsome watch by the members
of Pleasant Green Baptist Church, as
token of their love and appreciation
for his manly service nnd noble deeds.
We don't always . have such noble
young men in our churches to-day.
Pleafant Green Baptist Church would
indeed be at a great loss without thin
voung man. The following committee
vears of useful-
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KNTIRELY MOW DESIGN No.
pl'iceS that are aS reason appreciation. The church was beauti- Tiess in the church of God: Exodus
able as can be had any
fully decorated with palms and pot
flowers. The two choirs vied with
each other in the rendition of music
that was both beautiful and spiritual.
Rev. T. J. Townsend, D. D., pastor
cf Spruce Street Baptist 'Church.
Graves, S. H. Johnson, Wm. Royster,
Miss Sadie L. Harding, Rev. J. C.
Mrs. Temnie Jermette. of Glades-
preached the anniversary sermon. It I vllle. is living with her sister, Mrs.
wa3 a scnoiany errort; nis audience Redman, of Elm Hill avenue.
was both benefitted and delighted. Miss JpssIp Gordon 'hident of the
Trustee S. P. Harris, in a short, but hee Avenue Catholic. School, is a
rrp j r,f i excenem aaaress, aeciarea mat tna representative cf the excellent work
J JtCVf -i C IIlclUC Ul live UcSI cnurcn is in spienaia nnanciai conai-
Deacon W. T. Higbtower fol- Misses Addie D. Sledce and Bettie
C1ifl riUUnr etmn -nrltU lowed with an address that Browed Lusk spent a very pleasant day Wed
aiiii nuvuUf Olttmpcu will! with words of appreciation and praise, uesday with Mrs. Mary Parks of
j i r 1 . , IIe said ln Part: Eleventh avenue. South, the sister of
pttre g'OlO leat and trim- "Friends, officers and members of Miss Addie D. Sledge.
the First Baptist Church, I bring you Miss Hattie E. Henly is having
Hied with imported l?0ld U'reetings on this the seventh anniver- ouite a success in manicuring and
lington. To-day we rejoice that God The Ebenezer Stock Company is
has been with us and has wonderfully now playing their new play," A Sad
blessed us along the way. We have Mistake." This play was written by
come through many trials and tribula- -evbers of the company.
tions, sometimes the deep waters Mr. Thomas Battle, who has been
have seemed about to overflow us. Wc president of the Alpha Knights for six
have learned to lean upon God's ever- years, hss been given a rest from his
lasting arm, to trust and believe his office, the society having elected new
word. The church, is not what our officers.
FIVE Oil SIX OCTAVK. SOLID OAK OR WALNUT.
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any manufacturer Massive frame work, highly ornaim ntul with expen
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prove an ornament in the most finely furnished parlor in the country.
CASt, Made of the nest selected white oak or walnut, very heavy
aiid ma-sive, securely framed, dowelul paneled scrwvid and glued to
gether. Dep panels, handsome carvings of b.'auti ul designs, elaborate
turnings, mouldings and fret work in key slip, large French plat mirrot in
top. 13x13, large closed music pocket with hinged front and saftly lamp
stands, hand rubbed and polished.
ACTIO "In this case we can place actions li, C, I), IS, F, G, or II,
all of them pipe toned, sweet and melodious
SIZE AfNL YAtilCJI-I 1 . UIK1 set up lor usv tins urganm
6 octaves, measures 81 inches high. 52 inches long and 24 inch.es def p Nu
weight 325 lbs., gross weight (boxed) 450 lbf. hen boxed mr export the
five octave organ occupies 54 cubic Let of siuue and the six octave 5'n ubic
EVEIIY OKUAN Fl LLY WAKHA TK1) TEN YEAliS.
National Baptist Publishing Board,
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Write us for prices and specifications
stating the number of badges
heavenly Father would have it be, nor
is it what we, the members, would have
it be. We desire it to be entirely free
from debt, that we may do more for
Home and Foreign Missions and for
education and the poor.
National BaptlSt Publishing Board christian gentleman, one who lives
above reproach. It would be an hon-
A nrn named Hinton had Ethel
Armstrong arrested last Saturday, the
charge beiir assault and battery. The
man claims that the woman got an
gry with him, doubled up her fists in
hue pugilistic style, struck square
R. H. BOYD, Sec'y.
523 Second Ave.. N. NASHVIUE, TENN
in the denomination. He has been a
faithful shepherd. For seven years he
has led us and watched carefully over
us. He has not been alone in his
task. He has had the support of his
officers, members and friends in all
his undertakings. Where he has led,
we have followed. And if we continue
to follow the example he has set, we
will never have need to fear failure
Let us as a church make a greater ef
fort this year to live ( loser to God:
to do more for the redemption of
?ou!s; to help by our means and
prayers to carry the banner of Jesus
Christ to all nations."
Mr. Hls'htower, turning, addressed
the p"F'or. in . the following strain
"And now. dear pastor, may I say to
vf:n ns Pii,l fail 'I rharee thee there-
Our Policy Cash Sales and Small Profits. Urc 1 efore God, and the Lord Jesus
We keep only the lies' Christ, who shall judge the quick and
ii..Wtf the dead at his appearing and his
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or to have him pastor of any ch uch tore thafc b I
Only 3 More Weeks
THE CASH GROCER
1806 JEFFERSON STREET,
For First-Class Staple and Fane)
Groceries, tigars and tobacco
FRESH VEGETABLES DAILY
Fine Tabla Butter, Fresh Eggs
as it may. Miss Armstrong was sent
to jail in default of $250 bail.
William Paris claims tint Doc Tay
'or recently stole a watch from him
valued at $25. Taylor was arrested
by Deputy Sheri.f Davis Sunday on
Ihe charge of larccnv. and was com
mit' ed to jail in dcfrxlt. of $500 bond.
An enjoyable biithdy party was
-iven by Maggie Reed. March 9, at
the residence of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. B. Rord. 1305 Eleventh
venue, South, coiebratlng the 'fif
teenth ann'versary of her birth. The
dining room wis beautifully decorated
with ferna'riul (lowers. Several games
wero played. Misses Bessie Rhodes
Those who wish an Elegant
Spring Suit for Easter should
have their order placed today
SEE OUR SPRING FASHIONS
E. R. CARNEY,
4 8 Cedar St. FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
iud MatUe Kwin;? rendered quite a ! nathy. Irvin Thompson, Osband Jack,
number of musical selections. Many son, Samuel Yaulx, William Smith,
elegant presents were received. Those ; Rogers Rhodes, Lewis Ford, Thomas
P'-esent were Misses Delia Journey, , Ford and Ellis Reed.
Ressie Rhodes. Mary McGee, Annie j -
McCollou-h, Lelia Dillahunty, Lottie . EGG HUNT AT GREENWOOD PARK.
Jackson. I illbn Abernathy. Mattio: Greenwood Park will be opened Sat
Kwing. Johnnie-Mae Abernathy, Hen- unlay, March ::o, 1007 (Easter Satur
lictta Flevd, Samuella Napier, Louise , day), for an I'gg Hunt for the chil
' illi'iunty, Maggie Anderson. Maggie , drer.. All the children of Nashville
N're l and' Messrs. Oscar Thompson. : and Davi'lron County are requested to
r:eo'"e Ilargraves, Henry Richardson. 1 Join in this amusing egg hunt. Full
Vvlllie Thornton. Albert. Waters, Thorn-; pa: ticvlars will be given in tho Globo
as Cash, William Napier, Leslie Aber-j later.