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g For Every Occasion g NEW BOOKS NEW SONGS OUR I NATIONAL G. V. HYMNAL I OUR NATIONAL THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910. fr h AT . R hf Y IS TZ PUBLISHED THE songs arc old and new, and the best that have ever been composed for religious services. Old songs that have been forgotten are found in Our National G. V. Hymnal. It contains over 477 songs. Published In Round Notes Only. r Tv (Cloth, 40c each, $4.80 per Dozen. JrrlCebl Board, 50c " $6.00 " " S Every Church, Sunday-School or Christian Body Should Have This - Wonderful Song-Book to Use in Their Meetings. SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE National Baptist Publishing Board, q 523 Second Avenue, N., O NASHVILLE, - TENNESSEE. 'IT yyaiviinouo vohj IS NOW READY THE NATIONAL HYMNS OF VICTORY is full of New and Inspiring Songs. Selected for Sunday Schools and Prayer Meetings. Contains 1G4 Pages, with over 175 Songs. Published in Shaped Notes only. PRICES: Gloth 25c each; $2.50 per doz.; $20 per hundred Board 35c each; $3.60 per doz.; $25 per hundred SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 Second Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn. J eoooooooooooooooocoooooooo CITY ITEMS oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Mrs. Anna Banks-Neal and little .daughter, Mathalma, left Wednesday, March 23, for Birmingham, Ala., to be with her sister, Mrs. Eva D. Hanna, during an operation, on March 27. Mrs. Grant Elkins, of 1213 Jackson street, entertained at dinner Sunday evening. Those present were Mrs. E. C. Oral, of Chicago; Mrs. "Will Berry, of New Castle; Ind., and Mrs. Ed. Stolkes. Miss Minnie Martin, of Chicago, passed through the city last week en route to Murfreesboro, Tenn., to visit her sister. While in the city Miss Martin was the guest of Miss Lula Houston, 126 Twelfth avenue, South. Mrs. Alice C. Hunt, of 1109 Hynes street, is ill. Mrs. Laura Robinson, who ha3 been ill for the past two weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jno. Work, 518 Fourteenth avenue, North, is improving slowly. Mrs. Ida CampbellLeft last Saturday morning for New York, where she was called to bedside of a sick sister. Rev. W. S. Johnson, of Dallas, Tex., is here doing great work for the Primitive Baptists. He has raised three thousand dollars for the erection of their memorial building. Rev. John son stopping wkh Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Doughlas, of 305 Third avenue, South. He will leave Saturday for Spring Hill, Tenn.. Mrs. R. E. Bell, of Topeka, Kan., is in the city the guest of her mother, Mrs. R. J. Frierson, of 200G Herman street. Mrs. Bell's stay here is indef inite. Mrs. Wyrte Harris Bolden, of Wichita, Kans., is in the city visiting her mother. The home of Mr. Allen and Edward Campbell were destroyed by fire last Sunday morning. Prof. Diton, of Philadelphia, Pa., was in the city two days last week. He came highly recommended by Mr. Cary B. Lewis, of Louisville. Ky. Rev. Smith, pastor of one of the prominent Baptist churches of Ful ton, Ky., is conducting a revival at Pleasant Green Baptist Church. Dr. E. W. D. Isaac left the city Friday night for an extended trip south taking in the states of Georgia and Florida, Mrs. Leslie Stevens, of 1408 Hynes street, left the city last Saturday for Florida on a visit to relatives in that state. It is said that she will be gone possibly two months. Miss Dilsey Butler, of Murfrees boro, Tenn., the sister of Mrs. Sam Jones and Miss Blanche Porter Camp bell, of Birmingham, Ala., the neice of Mr. Sam Jones are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR EASTER SERVICES. Mt. Hebron Commandery No. 4. Kniights Templar will have Easter services Sunday night, March 27, 7:3) at Masonic Hall, Napier Court. Fourth j avenue, North, near Cedar. Master Masons, Ladies of Eastern Star Chap ters and the public Invited to attend. Sermon by Rev. Sir Henry Allen Boyd. SIR A. B. Bradford, E. C. SIR CHAS HENLEY Rec. Are Your EYES NORMAL? C. Y. ROMAN, Ph. I)., M. I)., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Devotes his entire time to diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Examination ouly One Dollar. Rooms No. 2 and 3, Napier Court, Nashville Tenn. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Having qualified as administrator of the Estate of . Wm. H. Nichol, deceased, all persons indebted to said es tate will please call at No. 411 Fourth avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn., and settle the same with me, and all per sons having diaims against said estate will file the same with me, properly certified within the time required by law, or be forever barred C. T. NICHOL, Administrator. J. C. NAPIER, Atfy in Fact. DOUGLAS, VIOLINIST. On Monday morning, April 4th, the music lovers of Nashville will be fur nished a treat in Joseph Douglass, the pioneer violinist of the race, and grandson1 of Frederick Douglass. Mr. Douglass will appear In recital at Howard Congregational Church, his only appearance in the city. ERROR CORRECTED. Sunday, March 20, 1910, announce ments were sent1' from Roger Wil liams to the different churches throughout the city to the effect that "There will be given by the students of Roger Williams University, direct ed by Prof. A. M. Jackson, a high eta entertainment at the First Bap tlist Church, Eighth avenue, North, Dr. V. S, Ellington, pastor, Monday, March 28, 1910, at 8 p. m. "Shakespeare's Macbeth and the singing of the splendid Quartet of the University will be the especial features. Admission, 10 cents." The "Ten Days" revival at the First Baptist Church, now In full blast, renders it impossible to give the entertainment as was previously arranged; but the Rev. T. J. Town send, pastor of Spruce Street Baptist Church, just a few doors above the First Baptist Church, Has kindly con sented to allow the entertainment "pulled off" at Wis church. We shall never forget the kindness of Dr. Townsend for his kindly favor to us. We appreciate the kindness very much, Doctor. The entertainment, therefore, above named will be "pulled off" at Spruce Street Baptist Church, Etighth avenue, North. The date and admission aire named above. f . i ' ' -i Johnson, Mrs. Rebecca Elliott, Mrs. Sallie Smith, Misses Nettle Perry and Katie Elliott, Messrs. Cohn, Perry and Thomas, Rev. and Mrs. I. H. Jones and Master Leroy Crockett were the guests of the dub. A two-course menu was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Lula Johnson, 624 Steele street, April 4. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. May Rules, 1910. Susie A. Johnson vs. Charley Johnson. 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 process of law cannot be served upon him; it is therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance here dn at the May term of the Davidson County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nashville, Ten nessee, on the first Monday in May, it being a rule day of this Court, and defend, or said complainant's bill will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte. It is therefore ordered that a copy of this order be published for four weeks In succession in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper published In Nashville. L. M. HITT, Clerk. E. R. RUTHERFORD, D. C. G. F. ANDERSON, Solicitor for Complainant. PROF DOCK LINER. Prof. Dock Liner, Dancing Instruct or of the Wisteria and Echo Dan cing classes, which meet every Mon day and Friday afternoons, and also of two night classes, has been quite successful this season, not only in teaching all the latest dances which he brought direct from the National Colored Dancing Masters' Associa tion, of which he is a leading mem ber, and the only representative from the South, having been to the last meeting held in Cleveland, Ohio, last October, but he also furnished the younger people with pleasant evenings cf innocent amusement, having in attendance at all times a splendid orchestra to dispense sweet strains of music to these members of the Terpsichorean Art, or those who delight in tripping the light fantastic toe. Prof. Liner is also quite a success ful business man, being a prosperous harbor, in a weM-equippr d barbershop on Cedar street for quite a few years with five barbers in his employment. Prof. Liner is a quiet, industrious cit izen and merits the confidence of the people in any capacity which he may be employed. THE WILLING WORKERS. The Willing Workers of Braden Memorial met at the residence of Mrs. Minerva Perry, 723 Winter street. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Minerva Perry; prayer by Mr. Joe Perry. Thp. members present were Mrs. Mi nerva Perry, Mrs. Julia Crockett, Mrs. Delia Turner. Mrs. Ijena Bar bee, Mrs. Susie Mayfield, Mrs. Lula NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. April Rules, 1910. Sallie Sellers vs. Wm. Sellers. 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 process of law cannot be served upon him; It i9 therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance herein at the February term of the Davidson County Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nash ville, Tenn., on the first Mondav in April, it being a rule day of this this Court, and defend, or said com plainant's bill will be taken for con fessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte. It is therefore ordered that a copy of this order be published for four weeks in succession in the Noshville Globe, a newspaper pub lished in Nashville. L. M. HITT, Clerk. W. B. COOK, D. C. G. F. ANDERSON, Solicitor for Complainant. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. May Rules, 1910. Katie Sellers vs. Harry Sellers. 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 can not be served upon him; it is therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance herein at the May term of the David son County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nash ville, Ten., on the first Monday in May, it being a rulo day of this Court, and defend, or said com plainant's bill will be taken for con fessed as to him, and set for hearing ex parte. It is therefore ordered that a copy of this order be published for four weeks in succession In the Globe, a newspaper published in Nashville. L. M. HITT, Clerk. M. B. COOK, D. C. J. P. RHINES, Solicitor for Complainant.