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THE MASIIVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 24, 1908.
THE MANAGEMENT OF 1 IhaUU UOOD HAS SECURED New Attractions and Good Shows FOR SUMMER SEASON OF 1908 Under the Management of W. W. Hishaw, of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. Mishaw is a show man of wide experience. There will be Vaudeville, Comedy and Minsirel Shows of Good Character. The Opening Night at Greenwood Park Will be THURSDAY, 8 P. U., JULY 30 There will be a show every Thursday, Friday and Sunday nights at ihe Park ana shows at Odd Fellows Hall every Tuesday and Wednesday nights with a change and new play weekly. The public is cordially invited these high class attractions. They are no Plantation shows. ADMISSION 10 CENTS t i(,.-2..iy FOR THE Parlor and Chapel One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a church or a Sunday" school, is an organ une that is built to suit the home, the congregation ad the financial condition of tlie people. This is what a National Baptist organ will do. The parlor organs are in thrpe 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 sxwed, golden oak polish and is put up in a six octave case. SOLD FOR CASH OR ON IN STALLMENT TERMS. 7. 1 1 APPLY FOR. FURTHER INFORMATION TO THE I0NAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD, R. II, EOYD, Secretary, HV1LLE, J TENNESSEE. Mrs. J. T. Austin is visiting Mra. Jno. Hudguns, of Louisville, for a few weeks, after which Mr. and Mrs. Austin will leave for Chicago and Indianapolis. . - Mrs. Horace Canda, who has been ill for several months, has gone to McMinnville to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Si mon Canda. THE AGE OF MONOPOLY HAS PASSED, AND COMPETENCY IS AT HAND. The American people will stand Mr. Monopoly until Competency comes alonj;. Competency that is able; then we see a battle royal.. The people gican under old conditions and appeal for better treatment, bet ter services. Appeals are unheeded until Competency steps in and Monop oly, at first defiant, arrogant and as sertive, realizes that this world was no more made for their exclusive ben efit than it was made for Caesar. Moat people must see. They are not ccutent to even have Competen cy's word for a thing, they must see it. Monopoly will say, "1 am the only me wi.o can serve ycu. I am the only." It raues its towering head and will pass you by with disdain. 'I will not si.eak to you." 'You can t Le admitted iiuo my cliques." "1 am Oiianh. ' "1 am the way. Bow i. ..n iuui teive me. Be an under ling." Ti.en comes the psychological mo ment. Last Friday evening two men were ui owned in the Cumberland River at w-vj tiiuie tinie. Their lemains were Lot teemed until Sunday morning. 1 unbain.er Johnson had orders ' to lake the remains of Mr. Ernest Clark; the orders being given by his wife i.iid bi other. Another person ttok charge of the remains and re luted to surrender them for some l.oLii.s, during which time decomposi tion was doing its -pi-oik, and only those who have seen bodies which have been under water for some days can imagine their state. After much delay and controversy and demands, writ ten and in person, and the payment of a sum of money, the remains were conveyed to Mr. Johnson's establish ment, where they received the skill lul attention of Mr. Johnson and his son. They were handled with im proved and scientific methods, so that on Monday morning funeral services were conducted over the open casket by Rev. W. L. Flagg in the immediate presence of the family and the friends of the deceased, who after" the services took the last parting look at the body, which had been prepared so that they could view it. It was then conveyed to the L. & N. station and carried to Guthrie, Ky., and buried in the family burial ground, after the funeral was witnessed by hundreds of his and his family's friends. The family was very apprehensive for fear that the work could not be done; but they had confidence in the work of Mr. Johnson whose knowl edge of the art has been put tq the test, and in this toot, whr.rr. r.-,rr,r.- . .. , t titicn was so evident, the people have had an opportunity " of seeing whose work can be depended upon. "We have been needing you in this community for a long time," said one of the best known men in the city. "We needed competition, such as was competent and not arrogant, such as was willing to give the people the best and at living priaes; such as was respectful and not uppish and selfish; such as was willing to gjve some per sonal attention tq the business and not, 'You must have me, or I will not speak to you; I will excommunicate you from certain circles, etc." People appreciate relief from a Mo nopoly. They know the selfishness of monopolies and combines from the great Standard Oil Co., down to the men who thinks you must have him r lose his favor, which loss Is equal to annihilation. "Fall down and wor ship me," is the command of the mo nopoly until the people find a supe rior and then the ignoring process is set up, the "I will not speak to you" act is sta?ed. Then the people's time comes for a reckoning and the wsil is set up, "I have saved you; help, Cassius, or I sink." The greiit giants of antediluvian ages never 'lreamed that one day iney would be tossils. They did not have big brains as they did bodies or they would have thought and bred tneir progeny tor future time. They did not get away from the sloughs where alluring greens grew, to es cape to the mountains when the ftorm approached, and so only fos Kils remain to tell of their might and ironstrosity. The Fame exist? in business to-day One man sits in the eld ruts of defiant complacency ami faded glory, in the belief that peoi le must serve him and nave mm. Another delivers the goods, gives the competent services Kt-ps uneaii oi me precession and the people give him a chance to serve them. He gives them sat I C .11 i ... lhiiuruun anu iney win not nave anv old service, which they know about. Some three months ago Mr. John son was called Into the Clark family nnd gave such complete satisfaction that they would stand no argument about surrendering their rights, of having 'Mr. John r on serve them, al though they had to invoke the serv ices of the Civil Authorities in secur itr; the remrins of their relatiye. They made no mhVnite, for the fam ily and friends did not have to stand Credit at the Quality Store EQUAL TQ TMQMME Most people find it ha d to get together at cne time th price of fist-class clothing;. CREDIT PLAN you boy the best Men's, Boys', Children's SUITS AMD OVERCOAT3, Under our LADS I S, ftA CLOAKS AND SKIRTS YOU ONLY PAY PE cr fifi PER V'0EK $d,UU UOHTIl Our guarantee to keep your suit in repair for 12 months is sufficient proof that only tie kit materials go into cur garments. Cash or credit is ail tlu. same to jUs as induslrious people pay tl.eir debts. MONARCH CLOTHING CO., 423 CHURCH ST. Opposite Maxwell House. W 1 iVl lii , 1 y- J n PIANOS FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN MANY GRADES. 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, 6, 10, 12 and 14. The tone of these instruments is unexcelled for its exquisite quality. THE ARTIST UPRIGHT. GRAND PIANOS 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, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. ? v vESf 8.". '. "far off" when the ferviees were be- ized to keep pace with the two adult Ins conducted nor were.. I hey denied class movements in the school. the privilege of h of their dead. oliiii'j at the face AN ENCOURAGING REPORT. In pursuance lo the announcement made some time ao for the officers and teachers of the Mt. Olive Baptist Sunday School to compile an enroll ment, giving the names and ad dresses of all- the scholars In their classes, a report was mad- at a spe cial meeting called for this purpose. It was found by comparing the roll of students presented by the various teachers that Ihe enrollment of the school had grown from 150 on Jan uary 1 to 401. An effort is now being made to reach the 500 mark. Ten new scholars wore added Sunday and new teachers were appointed. Miss Addie Ilenle" wns appointed one of (V.n rf-lrtpnt teachers in the primary , department, which is being reorgan- Preparations are being made to en tertain a large number of visitors who will no doubt visit the Sunday school Sunday morning. PLEASURABLE AFFAIR. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Howard enter '. rl their horn?, 100(1 EdgehlW avenue, last Thursday night. There present. Those from out of town were Mrs - VI- Mr,u.l, Miss irllP Marsh, Mr. Lee Wilson. A menu of " ' " -' served. The par lor was decorated with ferns and cut flowers. Cards and dancing were the features of the evening. Mr. Charley Sh-hwr 1 Mr. Tee Willson pre ided at. the piano. -. Rev. T. J. Searcy. D. D., of Mem phis, Tenn., is in the oitv. 4