THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, Fill DAY, JUNE 21, ISO?.
BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN
The finest piano that money and skill can
produce, extra massive case, extra finely fin
ished; made only in the finest fancy figured
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, G, 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
the listener. The prices and terms are with
in reach of all.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO THE
National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
ONLY ELEVEN DAYS
AND THE ARMY WILL BE IN POSSESSION.
Prof. J. B. Batte, of Nashville, came
Mrs. James Reeves is spending a
few days in Boiling Springs, the guest
I of her father-in-law.
Misses Ruby and Lillie Overton re
turned from Erin Saturday.
Mr .T O ITnrrhersnn went to Dover
Alien unnsuan endeavor ueaguers nasj. woek
Preparing to Mqve on Nashville. Miss Mary Johnson, of Woodlawn is
spending a few days with Miss Almah
I he time is so near at hand that Mr. Richard Johnson returned from
one imagines he can hear the tramp Yn Sunday.
or the great army of Allen Christian r?ev. T. J. Goodall went to Union
Endeavors, which will on the morning r;uv Tenn Wednesday.
oi Jiuy ine second laue cnarge oi tins
city, and tor eight days will hold the
Prof. W. P. Irvine is in Union City
Miss Marv Travis, of Nashville, is
ion at & i. jonn a. m. ui. unurcn on jn tne city
the corner of Eighth avenue and Cc-
The mails continue to
bring the tidings of the hosts from SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS AT
every quarter, and indications' are that
Nashville will be taxed to its utmost
The very low rates offered for this
AH Styles and Prices.
to care for the thousands of delegates, occasion will enable a good delegation
Great preparation has been made for to leave Nashville. One of the most
this meeting. One pastor recently interesting meetings of a national
stated that he had homes for nearly character that will be held during this
five hundred, and others are making year will possibly be the National
equal preparation. Baptist Sunday school Congress and
The ablest men and women of the Young Peoples Chautauqua in New
African Methodist denomination will Orleans this month. Nashville will be
be here, and the Christian influence represented by its leading Baptists,
spread abroad cannot help but do while many Sunday schools will send
much good. Most of the Bishops will delegates, and the B. Y. P. U.'s will
come direct from the Council at Wil- send their representatives. Nashville
berforce, Ohio, to Nashville. is particularly interested because the
Dr. E. J. Gregg, the Corresponding organization was perfected in Nash-
Secretary of the Endeavor work in ville and the first meeting was held
hi3 church, will reach the city the first here last year, and because the pro
of next week and will remain here un- moters are both business men and in
til after the Convention. He has pre- terested in Nashville. It is learned
pared an elaborate program for each that the B. Y. P. U. and the National
clay's sessions. The subjects to be dis- Baptist Publishing Boards are the pro
cessed are of vital interest to all motors of this Sunday school and
church workers, and the speakers who young people's movement which has
will discuss them are able to do honor assumed such large proportions in its
to any occasion. The meeting is ex- second year. The object of the meet-
pected to eclipse any ever held in ing, as learned from the organizers of
Nashville. The whole city is stirred the movement, is to give some atten-
to action, and Nashville is determined tion to Sunday school and young peo-
to hold up her record as a hospitable pie's work by holding the meeting in
city. midsummer when all of the teachers,
as well as the pupils from the scores
In i i 1 1 1 J XT I
CLARK?VILLE NOTES ot scnoois ana colleges, can lenu meir
nresence and their aid.
On or about July 1, there promises a verv low rate has been put on by
to be an eventful time, not only in au vailroads on account of this meet-
this, the capital of Montgomery, but w The fare from here to New Or-
in the entire state. The postal au- h(ans over any of the roads will be
thorities will put into effect the new $17.00 for the round trip. .Tickets are
salary law as passed by Congress for ho be on sale on the 24 and 25, good to
increase in, pay for letter carriers and lt turn, leaving New Orleans July 1,
postal clerks; while the city, county not later than midnight. The New
and state authorities will cause the Orleans people have made great prep-
saloon element to cease operations ior U rations to entertain the delegates.
the first time in the history of the I Those going from Nashville, so far
1 h, I
X ' y f '"csc
n.n hp CFF3B OB
m si si fin n
loo need JiEW CLOTIHSfl. Somalkr ivliat
you want we'll fit job outlil(IHT KOff-m
swell style at very lowest prices at
ASKIN AND MARINE,
411 UNION STREET,
r . i i
THE SPA CREAMERY.
Cor. Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street.
We havi: just completed our screens and our fans. This makes
our place the most desirable in the rity. We have also installed
another Soda Fountain enabling us to render better service to
every bod. We solicit private and picnic orders and will till
them with promptness.
VISIT THE SPA. (Spaw.) P ONE, MAIN 449R.
C. T. COFFBY, Proprietor.
STAR DRUG STORE.
I CAHKV A l tr.r. LINK OF
Drugs, Medicines, Witt Articles, Cigars, Soda Water.
J. W. WINSTON. Prop..
GOI Ewlng rtuomie.
Rooms 3 and 4.
Thone 2703 M.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
m Po,hr Pt.. WASTlVlUjq, TENN.
Hot niKl Cold lialhs a Specialty.
R. A. Walker, Prop.
(South Cherry St.)
1 55 fourth Ave., S.
Tha Middle Tennessee Teachers' In
cifnf xifill ho fn oVieinn a rfl Tl nnPV
UVvT" nip PntPitainod hv thi-m that the snir-
it of the above governmental elixor
will enlighten the minds of the Edu
cational boards, and find a way into
the pockets of those deigned to teach
"the young idea how to shoot."
Fifth Ward Baptist Church, with
Rev. T. J. Goodall as pastor, raised
$517.00 Sunday, June 9, and on next
Sunday Wesley Chapel C. M. E.
Church wishes to raise enough to clear
a debt of one thousand dollars. It
remains to be seen if their expecta
tions are realized.
The roster of June marriages con
tinues and this week brings forth new
evidences of the hymeneal spirit
abroad in this city. Miss Tillie Smith,
of LaGrange, Ky., a former Clarksville
girl, will be given in marriage to Mr.
Chas. Cobb, of this city, at the home
of the bride, LaGrange, Ky., Thursday,
June 27th, while two days earlier in
this city Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Redmond
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Mies Emma, to Mr. George
Fields, of Elkton, Ky.
Dr. Sylvester Jefferson removed an
enlarged cancerous growth from the
jawbone of Mrs. Henrietta Coleman,
of Memphis, Tenn., She is the moth
er of Rev. F. W. Gardner.
Eieht candidates were initiated into
the mysteries of Odd Fellowism last
Thursday night, as follows: Frank iy
son, Chas. Calloway, Israel Washing
ton, Clarence Dix, N. R. Kimbrough,
Dave Starkey. Richard Roberts and
William II. Johnson.
Rev. Lott and wife of Lebanon,
Tenn., are in the city.
Miss Erma Majors, of Ilopkinsville,
Ky., is visiting her uncle, Mr. N. S.
Dr. C. A. Kelly left last Friday for
Johnson City, Tenn., to be in attend
ance of Grand Lodge A. F. and A. M.
Dr. E. S. Randals was in Nashville
Miss Alice Williams, of Springfield
111., passed through the city Sunday
t n route home.
Mr. James Davis, of Nashville, was
in the city Sunday.
Mr. Henry Merry, a graduate of
Fisk University, is in the city visit
ing relatives and friends.
Misses Mamie and Lizzie Grant re
turned from Nashville last Friday
Mr. William Jenkins went to Cincin
iiati, 0., Sunday.
Miss Minnie Ilutchings left for New
Misses Lizzie Dean and Lula Dix
on spent Sunday in Palmyra, Tenn
Mr. N. R. Kimbrough returned from
Mrs. Narcissa Bell, of Russelvillc
Ky., is visiting Mr. Harry Bell.
Dr. F. G. Smith, of Nashville, is in
as can be learned, will be Dr. E. W. D.
Ipaac, editor of the National Baptist
Union and Secretary of the B. Y. P. U.
Board; Rev. C. H. Clark, pastor of Mt.
Olive Baptist Church and Chairman
f the Publishing Board; Rev. J. L.
Hardina. nastor of Third Avenue,
Nn,th. Bantist Church: Rev. G. B.
Tayior, pastor oi me oecuuu uai- , , j , ,
Jhurch; Rev. Win. Haynes, pas- ClCllCS antl d5iU(-lUlUU2 a
TDc are prepared to make
all kinds of badges for sc-
Sylvan Street Baptist
Miurch; Rev. R-. II. Boyd, Secretary of rrlrP ffjt are a? reaSOIl
he Baptist Publishing Board; Rev. W. FnCeS lliai arC ab rcUUU
. n - -i . ifi.l
. Ellington, pastor or i irsi uapusi j
hurch: Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, little able as Can DC Had any-
Katie Albertine Boyd and Mrs. R. 11.
Boyd. There will be a number oi om- jrYyp. .o .
IS going wuose names uie iqiuuu
ould not learn. This party will pos-
luiy leave iNnsuvine 1Uwua, -v sfrr f-VTC
p. m., over the N. C. & St. L. Railway, X2 ti2J
ixoing via. Jackson, where tney win
fcavo a snprinl tourist Pullman car
awaiting them attached to the through CTC Y( Ap nf ffje f)pst
train. They will reach New Orleans nCJ are niaUc OI lilc ucbl
ixi v.oJ a. in uuiiv. 44
While not much has been said in c-ifm rthhnn . ?tmnPfi With
.Naallvlllc lum ri uiiift mm imv-hiu,-,, .-
nterest on the outside has been at
fever heat, judging from the amount
OI Space IVfll ouure il m ..i-n,.."- . . .
newsnanera. The National Baptist med With lttlOOrted CTOld
it..!. c ; Tfli).li Iq flio Inrc. c7
Dlllun 1U1 liiauaiitc, ui--i o "p
est Negro newspaper published In tne
United States, and which is the official
organ of the National Baptist Conven-
Hnn. edited hv Dr. E. W. D. Isaac, nas
ited snace each week. It
las a long list of subjects wnicn win
ssed at the Sunday School
Congress. The part that the Nasn-
viile nponle will nlay at this Congress
' . i . . I
makes it a very important meeting
from a Nashville standpoint.
pure gold leaf and trim-
bullion fringe. a1
Write us for prices and specification?,
stating the number of badges
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. II. BOYD, fec'y,
523 Second Ave., N.
ATTFNTION. TENNESSEE WOM
EN'S MITE MISSIONARY
Dear Sisters and Brethren:
The Women's Mite Missionary Con-
vnntinn i nrr'ssinir hard unon us. It
IU"ll ' ' -
k i L T n....'nlMiin T1AH
meets in Augusi at i-ewisuuig, n-uu.
l et us work, and leave not a stone
unturned to make it a success, wilt
the Presiding Elders, pastors, presi
dents and members do all in their
aid and assist the'worthy poor preach- BLANTON,
CIS, W1UUWS it mi i'i iiiiiiiio ii.-
looking to us far help. God help us,
and may much good bo accomplished.
Will furnish ynu Ith a nirr line of
At the Convention let every charge bo JffferY fM (JUsSPS,- WiltfllfS, RiRlTS
lCDresented wnu ufieKcinj .tun mm-j.
MRS. M. A. HAIGLER.
Bracrlfls and Xerklacos.
MR. WARE GOES TO JAMESTOWN.
An Assortment of Jewelry will bebrough
to your liDine by rt'(picst.
Easy terms can be secured after f rst payment, 4
Orders Promptly Filled. i
Mr. A. R. Wave, one of the members
of the uraduating class of Fisk Uni
versity, left Tuesday night for the AtWrt-ss XM. J. DLANTON
.lomestown Exposition to take cnarge
of the Fisk Exhibit in the Negro ith 1). Lowcnl.cinuV: to.,
Buildinir He will also have charge tooi niou si ami F.mrth ks. I. riion, JUIh '!'.
nP tho inMieA Cluh durinsr their stay. 3-23-07.
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