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THE NASIIVILLiJ GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1907.
r OWOOWWv OOOOOCXOOC0X00000000 i LWO 6 PEARL HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. fMIRCH SFATS AND CHURCH New Styles Cheap and Endurable. Comfort and Beauty as Combined. UNTIL the large number of people who are never seen in churches can be assured that every ch in tKiSdnitywUWeasetofseatsthatwU be clean, comfortable and inviting, the, t 1 not be seen inside a church. Many churches wll supply this long-felt want if thev couTJ do so at prices and on terms within their reach, thus increasing their -at tendance .draw ine oil the ungual y arge number of people who do not attend the churches, and which would evi dentWrwiS every service being crowded. A barrier has been in the way in the form of high vAdyKAnXxm-'nuB barrier has been removed by the Church Supply Depart. AA& 1tefli"nTseatflre1 tZZS lt by'th? Sf.S&ecS.'Sd SeSe the most cSnfortable ever of ferSaUhe irices The terms ou which they can be purchased are so easy that any church, re Sess of it nnanoial condition, can secure a set of these by a small cash payment, have the seats fustalled and mbe Sunder in monthly or quarterly payments to suit their own financial con installed and pay were" i inducements offered, will it be, before every church in and t 'A riUgrSoJseaS" References can be given to the Nashville churches by re fSe tSTto Rev. L Kirkpatrick, pastor of the St. John Daptiat Church, Pearl K. Rev. J. L, He Castor of tho North Third Avenue Baptist Church, both of whom lnve seated with new Harding, pastor uuuii . u r.i' c,i if-,n(Kt n,nrr 1 rornor Stevens and De- et,r1 rlmrrli scats Rev u. 15. iayior. uswi ui mc vnxuim .u..i.. . ------ . , Hayne, pair ,lv0I.jtrcetChrrf, Shell, Ay.. hota ""M Mmrr l TPWS. .J J i Miinv imnrovements are being made at this school, which are both useful and ornamental. In a few days the exterior iew of the building will be as pretty and as pleasing to the eye as any school building in me cuy. The superintendent or scnoois, r roi. II. C. Weber, has directed the scnooi nr.intors to mint the wood-work or the building, giving it two coats and also tn imint ihp tin roof. Tne nrst coai has" been applied and the building has hopnin nlrpnrlv to look DHOTI ana iresu. - . . Rninf rlnva a"o the principal asK.uu ihnt brick walk be laid across tne fmnt vmd ro that the elrls of the b irst Floor would not have to piss oui oi .11- j the school yard to tne siaewairc anu hanir oo-ntn in troinsr out at recess. The Superintendent at once granted this rrmiPst and had the DriCKS sent uuwu and soon the girls will have a new brick walk. Twn n ipp larsre. new clocks now hang on the walls of the rooms of the ATomml TrrdnlnEr Department The girls in the cooking classes can now cook tneir ioous auu uun men no o-a lw rinck-tlme. Your reporter hopes that none of them will he so aD-se-nt-minded as the famous Lessing. It will be remembered that once upon a time Lessing was so absorbed in study that he forgot to eat. When the pangs tnnchp.d him he called for a boiled egg. The maid brought the pgg, whereupon Lessing commanded her' to leave, saying that he would boil the egg himself. On departing, the maid cautioned him to boil the f a A f - tciYi o f Ti er iiict live minutes, aiici t - M MbV li IRA All Styles and Prices. .w . ... FOR FURTHER INFORMA TION APPLY TO THE CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT g National Baptist Publishing Board, o X R. H. OOYD, Secretary. V "" " "" ' " n i. I .!M nremCMT MnTlf.F "J t m -r. m. m tH - Preston Taylor. Telephone 895. TAYLOR & CO. Funeral Directors and Emtolmers. CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. 449 Fturth Arcnoe, North, Nashville, - - Tenn. B.ofl.'nfiiiif til k W 1 TV. .'13'i. hSw 'VARSITY CAFE FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Cuisine and Service Best in the City. VARSITY CO. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Feb'y Rules, 1908. MAGGIE BRIGHT vs BRYANT BRIGHT. In this cause it appearing to the sat isfaction of the Court that the defend ant is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, therefore the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him; it is therefore ordered tnat saia defendant enter his "appearance here- i t r I 1 in at the next term or tne uavuisuu County Circuit Court, to he holden at the Court House in Nashville, Tennes see on the 1st Monday in February, it being the fourth day, and defend, or said complainant's bill will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte. It is therefore or dered that a copy of this order be pub lished for four weeks in succession in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper published in Nashville. L. M. IIITT, Clerk. E. R. RUTHERFORD, D.C. G. F. ANDERSON, Solicitor for Complainant. 10-11 4t 406 CEDAR STREET - 406 ing away some little time, the maid .,f ,,,-norl in find Tiessine standing be- ULUlllvu v.- w Cn-o Pfrtr In hand with trie lUll- lll- 1IV, -!-ICT - ir. ot tiip hnttnm of the kettle in the boiling water. Girls, please do not boil the clocks! - 'At The Principal has been directed by the Superintendent to select some wall paper for the rear entrance hall and walls above the stairway for this i rriiia imnrovement will add greatly to the interior appearance of J the rear hall. Th dining room of the Domestic Science Department will soon possess a very useful and ornamental piece of furniture in the form of a side- bThe Superintendent last Tuesday authorized Miss E. B. Moore, through the Principal, to select a sideboard to her own taste at a cost of $25. This school is on the boom. No stone nturnpfl tn make reari rug" i v,o host school of its kind in the country. Prof. H. C. Weber has the confidence of the colored people. Thev believe that as long as he sits in the saddle they will get the Roose veltian "square deal." Prof. Weber makes no fuss. He blows no horn and boats no drum. He is too modest and his nature too refined to advertise him self He abhors horn-blowers. He would never acquire the name of "Fuss and Feathers." But in a quiet, unassuming way he performs his duty. rr.. iv,ui.-tniT nninrprl neonle see tne rults. Napier School, Hartley Schoo , Mannal Training in Pearl High School, additions to Carter, Knowles and Trim ble Bottom Schools are all the result of his work. The following young ladies of the Hidi School were present at the Horse Show and Carnival on Tuesday night. Thev lent some beauty and lustre to the'" occasion: Misses Minnie F te, Ophelia Alexander and Eleanor Battle, J cnninv Plns: Misses Edwina v.V' . . .' . Ov ... -- mmmm Pacific Electric Go. J. E. EDWARDS, President. r w. REECE, Secretary. A" new firm but experienced work men. We are prepared to do any kind of a job in our line from 5 cents to ISO.OOO. We handle motors ami dyna mos, combinations of gas and electric fixtures of all grades and sizes. We can equip a home, church or factory on short notice, with fixtures, arc, drop lights and electric elevator. We are located in NAPIER COURT. Call 'Ptione 4J23-Y. Main. Residence 'Phone 1890. Main. , Ki.4 07 it. A. D. McNairy THE OLD REUA1U.E Wood and Coal Dealer. Wholesale and Retail. Telephone, Vlaln SO. 104-07tf , "IvioTicEi The well known COAL DEALKR, TAMES McGOODK, is delivering coal J, .. i ratlin nt mice and give. daily wiiuitsiiic. fnr thi winter. Ultice, IllC V""1 vnivi 409 Eighth Avenue, North. USE KUHN'S CHOCOLATE COATED LAXATIVE PIIOSPIIO QUININE TABLETS. A SURE CURE l'OR Colds, Coughs, Bronchial Trcubh's, Gripc, Car tarrb, etc. AND C) E C. R K A T K R li V. N E E IT IN C ASI C S 0 1; NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Feb'y Rules, 1908. GOLDIE DOTSON vs. SAMUEL DOT I !. .t.nHJ. the-.. Sn,!,,, &?Z isfaction of the Court that tne neienu- nei.- mw.h.. -y- au:-,a,p class I. a .o-r.S(,m of the State 4"!."?'S 'S? S Neuralgia, Chills Malarial Troubles. Fevers and tin: like. nrocoss of' law cannot be served upon him; it U theretore orctereu man sum defendant enter his appearance here in at the next term or tne mviasun Cnnntv Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nashville. Tennes see on the 1st Monday in February, u being the 4th day thereof and defend, or s-iid complainant's bill will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing 0 parte. It is therefore or- ttint n rnnv of th s order be pub lished for four weeks in succession In the Nashville Globe, a newspaper published In Nashville. L. M. TTITT, ClerK. E. Tt. RUTHERFORD, D.C. C. F. ANDERSON. Solicitor for Complainant. 10-11 4t .... 1 ? 110 r- Barnrs, Addie Allison ami iaiC v,, tt of the Junior Class. TEILPHONLS. Main 1718 and Main 4035 9 FOR ANYTHING THAT COMES EROM A DRUG STORE Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443-R. Dr. 1. B. Singleton, DENTIST, OFFICE: RESIDENCE: 408 Cedar St. PRESCRIPTIONS SINT FOR AND DKIilVKKKIt TREE Bicycle Service. TSe 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 where. 1116 Jefferson St. 8-39-07 tf. . DAVID J. KUHN, Or ggist, Cor Cedar & 1 2th Ave. N., Nashville, Tenn. Miss Fannie Harding, of Seventh avenue, North, is very sick. FIVE O'CLOCK TEA. ,n oxr-eptiomllv beautiful and ar t'vfic tn in all its appointments was "ivrn nrtobor 8. at 5 o'clock by Mrs. T'rcston Taylor complimentary to Mrs D. N. Crostbwait. of Kansas Whn i,!is been spondine; time at, her old homo with brr for mer friends. The curst list included n nnv old friends of the honoree. The bc''"tv of the Taylor borne was seen it its bct. and reminded one of fairy land. In the benutifnl living room nink roses and ferns filled the flower receptacle. Frappe was served dur ing the eyeninc in the reception hall. Th.o "rr-t! numbered thirtv-uine, all nf whn vevp seated for on elaborate memrof ' f-evernl courses. The table n diTiinr room was one of rare brnntv. Tn the center was a bououet of autumnal cosmos and ferns in a vase of green and gold, THOMAS-BRYANT. The marriace of Mr. Nelson E. n,,n0 of No 1fi: Lafayette street, Mnr,r r p.wnnt. Past Secretary if Seven Seal Temple No. 16, and Chronicler of Q. E. C. No. 115, I. O. I., ion,r cnipmnized at the resl- lence, of Mrs. Nathaniel Jones, No. 1700 Third avenue, North, by Rev. 1 T Edwards, pastof of Salem Church. Onl'v the family and a few personal friends were present. The couple were the recipients of many useful and ..ivi niTcpnts. anions which were 1 handsome center rug. from G. H. K. Tne- linens and water cooler, Mrs. S S Turner: one set table linens. Ir 'and Mrs. O. II. Elklns; towels, Mr Win, Peterson; lace curtains, Mr. Morris and Misses II. and I. R. fi,nv. rhrnlr. SS.P0. Hon. P. P. HI". nnd many other gifts from Moore Gro- ...... rr-n- nnnv Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Has- City, c Miss Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Wallis some Thomas. Mrs. Hiocn ami miss. uiu 5Tc are made of the best satin ribbon, stamped with pure gold leaf and trim med with imported gold bullion fringe. NASHVILLIANS ENTERTAINED IN CHICAGO. Tim elecant fat of Prof, and Mrs v T. Niblo was the scene of grand M,in,inr l-ict Thursday even'ng. every wbnwine richness and beauty, il, nvinf Inn liOltlP" fill informal mid Mil IH-I MPMMl i-v...... iniu inn, -h poti in honor of Mr. lier who is pianist at the j Mri-nr Theatre. The guests did not ,...!,. nniii nft.M- 11 o'clock, and they nartook of Prof, and Mrs. Nlblo's hos- !(jitv until S a. m. utnera o Nashville among the guests rcre Write us for prices and specifications stating trie number of badges you want. 4-Addrfis National Baptist Publishing Boar R. II. BOYD, fec'y. 523 Second Ave.. N. NASHVIllf. TINM Miss Henri Maxinc Cainiilicll, SEWIN(i. rnderueiii Sols. Lingerie Specialty. Waist n 08 Jlnury Strrot. -1'7 tl Messrs. Felix C. Sisney, Samuel J. Me! emore. Chas. Alexander and Fred erick O. Trapp, "vho has been a stu dent in Meharry, but is now studying in Chicago. Mr. demons is the only colored pianist in a white theatre In Chicago, a:.d he is expected home very soon to spend the winter and teach music. Prof, and Mrs. Niblo are white people, numbered among Chicago's wealthiest professionals.