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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY, MAT 17, 1907.
FOR THE ID) arlor an Chap d . One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a church or. a Sunday school, is an organ one that is built to suit the home, the congregation and the financial condition of the people. This is what a National Baptist organ will do. The parlor organs are in three styles: Style No. 2 is 5 octaves, action B, oak case only. Style No. 3 is 5 and 6 octaves, oak case only. Style No. 5 is 5 and 6 octaves, case is oak or walnut. Style No. 75 is our new de sign. It is quarter sawed, golden oak polish and is put up in a six octave case. SOLD FOR CASH OR ON IN STALLMENT TERMS. Miss Anna Eurford, cf "West End avenue, gave a pleasant surprise party last Tuesday night In honor of Miss Ellen S. Norris. Mrs. BeUo Prince, of Patterson street, who suffered from nervous headache last week, is better. Mrs. Lizzie Whiszarw, who married Mr. Samuel West not long ago, is de lighted with her home in Algood. Mrs. J. P. Rhines, of 920 Fourteenth avenue, North, is on the sick list. News has reached the city that Mr. J. T. Rhines, of Washington D. C, formerly of Nashville, is contemplat ing opening a branch office in North west Washington in the near future. Mr. Charles R. Black spent eight days visiting in Cole and Bodenham, Tenn., and Elkmount, Ala., visiting his nieces, sister-in-law and old school mates. Some of these he had not seen for twenty-eight years. The Church Supply Department of the National Baptist Publishing Board shipped a large furniture car load of the new style church seats to the First Baptist Church at Ft. Mitchell, Ala., last Saturday. Mrs. C. C. Cannon' and Mrs. S. M. Billups went to Union City last week to attend the wedding of Miss Carrie Lee Billups. Miss Willie Page will spend Sunday in Murfreesboro, visiting friends. Mr. Lesley Shiveley, a well-to-do citi zen of Owensboro, Ky., is visiting in the city this week. Mr. J. W. DeWees, the directory magnate, is spending a few days in Hopkinsvllle, Ky. Dr. R. F. Boyd, the well known phy sician and surgeon,' purchased an au tomobile Saturday. The car has a ca pacity of eight passengers. Mr. William A. Ewing, after a visit to his many friends of the city for two months, has returned to his home, 306 East Adams street. Muncie, Ind. Miss Parthenia Page, who have been ill for several weeks, is improving. Mrs. Dr. Adams and little daughter, of Miama, Fla., are visiting their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Pyles, of South Hill street. Miss Mary Page will soon leave for Birmingham, Ala., to visit friends. Mrs. Jennie Jones, of Columbia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Abram Over ton, of 818 North Sixth street. " IN HONOR OF MISS SADIE M. ALSUP. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Alsup, of 710 Ewing avenue, entertained a num ber of young folks last Tuesday even ing, May 14, in honor of their daugh ter, whose fifteenth birthday occurred on that date. After music .and games a tempting menu was served. Among those present were Misses Myrtle Sanford, Clara Rollings, Lucile Dob son, Messrs. 'Jesse L. Leach, David H. Alexander,' Ernest E. Brown, Ira B. Buford, G. W. Etter, John H. Gooch, R. S. Alsup, I. E. Alsup, Jr., and others. SACRED CONCERT AT SPRUCE STREET CHURCH. The music-loving part of Nashville was favored with a rare treat in the program rendered at Spruce Street Baptist Church Sunday evening. The management displayed an exceptional taste in the selection of the talent, as well as the pieces rendered. Prof. Porter, the prime mover of the con cert, demonstrated that he knows something about music. It is known that he has been for many years an ardent lover of music in all of its forms. He has. spent much time in the East, where he came in close con tact with the real artists. Dr. A. M. Townsend also contrib uted much to the success of the en tertainment, while Messrs. Myers, Moore, Kelly and others were equally responsible for the parts they played. The violin solo by Mrs. Jefferson Mar tin was sweetly rendered. A large audience was present. In fact, a larger audience than has been known for a long time. The pastor acted as master of ceremonies, and upon find ing that the hour had grown late, postponed his address, much to the regret of many of those present, but being a far-seeing young man, he knew that the patience of the masses would not permit listening to a lengthy address. The following was the programme for the evening: Organ solo Mr. J.t A. Porter Invocation Rev. W. L. Craft Selection Spruce Street Choir Duet Messrs. Moore and Myers Violin Solo . Mrs. J. S. Martin Selection Choir Clarinet Solo Mr. Neal Gowdy Bass Solo Collection WASTED. WANTED 100 Colored Women who can read and write. Will give them work at once. Call at- my of fice, No. 40G Fifth avenue, North. 5-10-07-t4 WANTED AU Churches and Sunday schools to use our money Gleaners, Albums, etc.. to raise means to pay off all indebtedness. For sale, by National Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second avenre, North, Nashville, Tenn. WANTED Having just closed the Millinery Department, wants twenty girls to work in the flower depart ment. Apply at once in person to Mrs. Jordan, 1004 Second avenue, South. WANTED Bright, energetic man or woman to manage local business for manufacturer: Murfreesboro, Frank lin, Pulaski, Columbia, Clarksville, etc. Address MRS. CARRIE V. YOUNG, 31 G Eighth avenue, N. FOR RENT. FOR RENT. Two rooms for gen tlemen or light housekeeping. 419 First avenue, South. tf. FOR RENT Part of office, gas jht, at Boyd Building. See Janitor. A beautiful suite of rooms Mr. Frank Fowler on the third floor of the Napier r Solo Mrs. A. G. Thompson r -V, Hymn-"in the cross of Christ I There are five rooms with a Glory" The Choir criass-stai tied partition. Will be rented in whole or in part. Can be used as a flat or lodge room. Apply to KAYNE ENTERTAINMENT AT AVENUE CHURCH. Monday night, May 13, an interest ing entertainment was given at the Kayne Kayne Baptist Church in the nature of a festival. A large crowd was present. Eatables of all kinds had been prepared for this occasion. A neat little program was rendered, in which Rev. W. S. Ellington, Rev. G. B. Taylor and Rev. J. C. Lott were sneakers. The festival was a fin an clal success. towards repairing and improving the church property. They contemplate Installing a set of new church pews in the near future. This Is one of the larcest churches In the city and Is located In a neighborhood where they draw on other churches but cannot be drawn on. J. C. Napier, One Cent Savings Bank. l-18-'07tf FOR SALE !000 iesuva.i was a nutm- 1 The proceeds will go Clieap, east off hotel dislies at 316 Eighth ave- BAPTIST APPLY FOR. FURTHER INFORMATION TO THE NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD, R. H. BOYD, Secretary, EXPERIENCED RELIGION. Mrs. Ella O'Neal, of 11)00 Stevens street, lost her little daughter last Friday morning. On Saturday while the hearse was waiting to convey the body of the little one to Its last rest ing place and while the broken-hearted mother, with eyes filled with tears, was looking for the last time upon the face of her child, she experienced a change of heart. RALLY AT FIRST CHURCH. There will be a rally at the First Baptist Church all day Sunday, May 19. At the 11 o'clock service Rev. W. S. Ellington, B. A., the pastor, will preach. His subject will be "Elijah, Israel's Greatest Prophet." There will be preaching at the 8 o'clock service, and a full report of the rally. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Miss Martha E. Alexander, of 111 University street, entertained at din ner Friday, Misses Lela Porter, of Memphis; Ida Woodard, of Pegram; Daisy Moore, Messrs. J. W. Burrell, Napier L. Bass, C. G. Smith and her brother, R. Waldo E. Alexander. The young men left for Chicago that even ing and Miss Porter for Memphis. Mu sic and games were the features of the evening. Mrs. Jessie Martin, daughter and little son will spend two weeks in Rock City with her sister, Mrs. iranK Jones. Miss Katie W. Fields, of Memphis, Tenn., spent last Friday with Miss Gertrude Lewis, of 152 Maple street. Mrs. Graves, of 1411 Phillips street, and Mamie Mayberry went to Ashe ville the guests of their mother, Mrs. M. C. Bell and Mrs. Rebecca Plater. Several friends of Mrs. Jessie M. Martin entertained in her honor at the home of Mrs. Jas. R. Anderson, Jim Town, Thursday evening, May 9. Mu sic and games were the features of the evening, after which a dainty menu of salmon salad on lettuce, crackers, fruits, candies, cream, cake and lem onade was served. Among those pres ent were Misses Alice Allord, Sallie L. Webb, Alberta R. Harrison, Florence AVeaver Susie Franklin. Alice Frank lin, Jennie B. Hard, Viola- Hough. Bes Pie Franklin, Laura and Rosa Greer, Mary E. Laury, Maggie .Mitchell, Messrs. Arthur Mitchell. Leonard Straiten, A. L. Walker, Will and Oli ver Hambric, John Woods, Lewis Ma lone, Sidney Foote, and Bibbs. Mrs. J. W. Work, Misses Elsie Tay lor, Marie Peek, Messrs. J. W. Work, F. J. Work, St. Elmo Brady, W. B. Merrill, A. G. King, M. V. Boutte, and S. Kendrick sang in Louisville last week at the musical festival. Miss Julia F. Lowery, of 1013 Sixth avenue, North, who was confined to her room will a cold, is able to be out. Mrs. Kate Brown and family are now occupying the house at No. 1613 Patterson street. Mr. Frierson, of Blank street, con tinues quite sick. Mrs. Anna Boxly, of Patterson street, who has been very seriously ill, is very much improved. Miss Lillie Buchanan, a teacher in I he city schools of Shelby ville, Tenn., will visit her relatives, Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker, this week. Miss Buchan an is well known here, having attend ed Walden University a few years ago. During her stay, she will be en tertained 1 y her cousin, Miss Ruth P. McKinncy. Mr. Charley Daughtry, of Mt. Pleas: ant, was in Readyville last week. On returning he stopped in Murfreesboro and spent Sunday in this city with his sister on Patterson street. Miss Ellen Norris, of 433 Houston stifet, will leave the city Saturday morning for Fayetteville, Tenn. She has boon in very bad health for the lat four or five months. Sunday. May 20, will be a big day at Fester's Chapel Baptist Church, which is located out on the Lebanon Turn pike. There will be a corner-stone laying. A large crowd Is expected. LAWN FESTIVAL. Mrs. Eliza Garland's home was the scene of a merry party of young and old folks Thursday evening. The oc casion marked the approach of the rally the Payne Chapel people are en deavoring to have in the interest of a new church edifice. Quite a num ber of friends were out to encourage the effort of these people. Miss Bes sie I. Leigh and Miss Maude V. Jones acquitted themselves with credit as waitresses. MR. AND MRS. MORTON ENTER TAIN. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Morton enter tained Sunday, 'May 12, at their resi dence on Hillsboro Pike. The guests arrived at an early hour and enjoyed several beautiful selections of sacred music, and a pleasant stroll through the woods, after which an elaborate dinner of several courses was served. MENU. Prime Roast Beef. Boiled Ham. Roast Chicken with Dressing. Rice. Cream Potatoes. Onions. Lady Cabbage. Corn Bread. Peach Pickle. Watermelon Pickle. Biscuits. Jelly. Milk. Blackberry roll. Cake. Chocolate and vanilla Ice Cream. Banannas. Those who enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Morton were Rev. F. M. Stamps, Mr. and Mrs. Sublett and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. unanes n. Thome, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Morton, Mrs. Sallie Mayberry, Misses Annie Bateman. Addle end Fannie Watkins, and Aggie Lou and Annie May Mor Services to begin at 11 a. m. ton, and Messrs. Lewis, George, Rich. ard and Robert Morton. THE STORY OF A WOMAN'S HAT. A few evenings ago while a Globe representative was resting in his easy chair from a hard day's work he heard a woman scream. Upon inves tigation he learned that not even the weight of a feather had been laid upon the woman, but her husband had put her Sunday hat in the fire. The husband claimed that he bought the hat and had a right to do as he pleased with it, while the injured woman declared that her husband put the hat in the fire and that she had a right to scream it she wanted to. SUCCESSFUL SPRING FESTIVAL. The financial success of the twen tieth annual spring festival, which closed at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church on last Friday night, is summed up to amount to $200.00 net. More than $35.0.00 was taken In, it is claimed, but there was a deal of ex pense attached and the net earnings will be something over $200.00. Every worker on the committee and every attendant evidenced the same amount of interest. They have never been pleased more at the results of an en tertainment in the church. Dr. Clark declares that he proposes to raise $1,500 with which to remodel the church. Two steeples will be added and the two entrances to the base ment will be remodeled, the Sunday school room thoroughly renovated and chairs installed, and the walls of the main auditorium calcimincd. This, n uc, North. Suitable for family use or restaurant. at 3 p. m. Sunday. Although few in number they came prepared to take in just what was said. Mr. Boyd out lined the purpose for making the call and stated in a few brief remarks the purpose of the-contemplated celebra tion of Childrens Day. He said that if the older people of Nashville could not come together as had been dem onstrated time and again in worthy and laudable causes, it was time that some plans were put on foot for bring ing the children together, thereby bringing them up to work in unity, and develop their strength. It was agreed at this meeting that Mr. Henry A. Boyd would be the general super intendent, and manager of the Chil dren's Day exercises. The meeting lasted until 5:30 because of the fact that all of those present wanted to express themselves concerning the new, yet favorable project as it ap peared to them . It is learned that Baptist Ministers' Conference, which meets every Monday, endorsed heart ily this plan of celebrating Children's Day. They have promised that each superintendent of their respective schools would attend the next meet ing, which is to be held at the Pub lishing House, Sunday, May 19, at 2 1). m., when final arrangements will be completed, officers and committees appointed, putting on the finishing touches for this big occasion and to bring to a climax the most successful religious celebration Nashville has ever wtnessod. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. October Rules, 1907. Katie C. Steele vs. Edward S. Steele. In this cause it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the de fendant is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary nrocess of law cannot be served upon him; it is therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance herein it the next term of the Davidson County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nashville. Tennes son nn tho fnrl ATnnrlriv In PWnhor If tno pasior aeciares, win uuve uuii,- boin ,he 1Uh d and defend or ouu ana must ue uuue wuiuii mw u said complainant's bill will be taken five or six montns. itence tne spring festival was only a forerunner of what will take place in the near future. SU- BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL PERI NTEN DENTS MEET. Pursuant, to a call issued in the Globe last week a few of the superin tendents of various Suuday schools met at the Baptist Publishing Hcuso ior confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte. It is therefore or dered that a copy of this order be published for four weeks in succession in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper published in Nashville. L. M. TIITT. Clerk. M. T. G. EWING, Solicitor B. COOK, D. C. for Complainant.