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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1910.
(If The New Leader 11 s i NEGRO DOLL is here shown when we present you this picture of one of our many dolls. This is an undressed doll from class "A." All Dolls are sold undressed as we do not supply but the one garment. Sizes 6 inches to 36 inches pr . 25c. Up io $8,50 SIND 5 CtNTS rOR MISTRMID BOOKLET AND RICE 1ST NATIONAL NEGRO DOLL Go. R. H. BOYD, Sec. H. A. BOYD, Mgr. 519 SECOND AVtNUE. N.. I INoshville?. J Tenn. J Y. P. A. OF ST. ELI BAPTIST CHURCH. Tho Ynnnsr People's Christian As sociation was organized March, 1909. ince that time it has progressed rap idly in raising funds for the Denent of their church. Being subject to a Ladies' Auxiliary, they have promised to do what they could for the good and welfare of their church. Their motto is "To Lift as We Climb." That i u-haf. thev are striving to do, ror gcod things follow good people. The Young People's Christian Association is just a little more tnan a year uiu, but they have grown strong in the time it has been organized. The As sociation donates to their pastor, put In lights or any thing that is neipiui to the church. They are striving to onen an Old Folks Home. In the behalf of the Young r eopie s uu tian Association Mrs. A. L. Caruthers presented five dollars to the church. Y. M. C. A. NOTES. . A try. Prof. H. A. Cameron lecumeu the Association at Headquarters last c o .v.nnv valuable thoughts were given out by the speaker. Mr. Cameron urew forth his torceful ad dress 'from the following points: selt reliance, self-respect, honesty, Lar Earnestness, Love, Purity and Pluck ("Heip"). This lecure wLl long live in the hearts ot the memers who heard it. . , ., , The l . M. C. A. is striving to build up a membership or at leat five hun dred uoO) men. Why not be one of this number.' Mr. Leslie Abernathy joined last Sunday, we need more young men. Come next Sunday at a o tiock y. ni. Clark Memorial M. E. Church sent SI 50 to the Association by Us repre sentative, Proi. 1. Ji. Hardeman; Mt. Olive baptist Church sent by its rep resentative, Mr. J. P. Porter, ,l.bt. Last Sunday marked the close ot the rally. The Association is indeed very .r,..,.rni tr itps niaiiv n lends who re- Bponaed to the cah for assistance. It i is being asivcu muuj M C. A. is doing with the money which it has rdisea. It the inquirers ; will watch the Globe they wi.l be able j to see a detai.ed report soon. j Subject for Sunuay, August 7, at , o -rhfl Afiviiniaee of good com pany Count one in the number." Open air meetings are being 'held. Williams. Willie gUOVll av - i o,. rinrpnrfi CamDbell. Willie P Rose, Master Alexander Romas and Messrs. A..G. and Erston Ferguson. KNOWLES SCHOOL ALLIANCE ORGANIZED. What proved to be one of the most important and profitable meetings held in the city for sometime was the mass-meeting at the Mt. Zion Bap tist Church Sunday alternoon. The meeting was under the auspices of the City Federation of Women's Clubs. A splendid crowd was present among whom were many of the leading club and literary women of the city. ..niiQtinn wns uerfected which will be known as the Knowles School j Alliance, with Mrs. &. r. noma, ii ident and Mrs. T. Clay Moore, Sec retary. Th Miipr.t. of the meeting was con cisely but clearly stated by Mrs. M. ; C. Kenney, who. gave me io.lo.v.. points for consideration: The civic iTrmvomontR of schools; gathering in of beys from the streets during school hours; instilling the principles of self-support in children, and teach ing the dignity of labor and assisting to increase the attendance of chil dren at Sunday-school. These meet ings are to be held the first and third Fridays in eacn month. The first be ing in the afternoon at 4 o'clock, the second at 8 p.m. An urgent request is made of every woman to attend these meetings and assist in this great and much-needed movement. MISS GLOVER AND MASTER RO MAS ENTERTAINED. An enjoyable affair of Thursday, July 28, was a social given by the Lit erary Club of St. John A. M. E. Sunday-School at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. David Scott, of 927 Warren street, in honor of two of the club members, Miss Rosa Belle Glover, who will take leave for Omaha, Neb., and Master Alexader Romas, of Hot Springs, Ark. Games were the fea tures of the evening. A few musical numbers were beautifully rendered. A dainty ice-course was served, aft er which the guests took their leave. Those nresent were Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Scott, Miss Elizabeth Dickerson, Misses Rosa Belle Glover, Jennie Lowe, Myrtle Buford, Sec, Addie Alison, Minnie Glover, Georgia Moore, Ruble May Wyatt, Ella B. Moore, Ma- TrJA L. Wells. Jda May Patterson, Mat tie Ray Scott, Mary Key Davis, Nellie Brooks. Ruth Love, Ivy Dee Wyatt, Aenp.s Scott. Mabel Allen, Messrs M. G. Ferguson, President; Clarence T. Harwell, Treasurer; Jesse li. er- IN MEMORIAM. in mpmorv of Allen J. Byrdsong, who departed this life on Tuesday morning, July 26, 1910, while en route from Oakland, California, to his home at f!nlnm!bia. Tenn.. aged 29 years. lie professed a faith in Christ about fnnrtppn vpars aco. Death came not in cruelty nor wrath, and took his spirit up to the pearly gates where a im-insr father and a host of relatives and friends stood waiting to sing him a welcome. A precious one from us has gone, A voice we loved is still; A vacant place is in our nome That never can be filled. God in his wisdom has recalled Another loved one home; Tho' the body is in the grave, The soul is safe in heaven. On board that train at early morn, Death came with friendly care, And took the soul of Allen home To live with angels there. Tho' his dear form lies sleeping In the peaceful grave's embrace, Yet his memory will be cherished Till we see his heavenly face. REPUBLICANS VOTED TO DIS FRANCHISE NEGROES. Guthrie. Okla., Aug. 3. With re turns comintr silowly from various counties of the State, but still in complete in forms, the results of Tues day's primary election remain prac tically unchanged with the exception of the Governorship on the Republi can ticket. Baaed on partial returns Tuesday, J. W. McNeal was declared the probable winner, but today s fig ures have made a radical change, and party leaders here, including Chairman James Harris, tonight con ceived the race Is exceedingly close between McNeal and former Govern or Tom Ferguson. The official count may be required to decide who shall be the standard-bearer. On the Democratic side, W. H. Mur ray and Lee Cruce are still claiming the Gubernatorial victory by from 10, 000 to 20,000 plurality.. On the face of the returns, however, Cruce has Mcl NT Y RE-PAGE. . present figures indicate the adop- t.- Ti Tm- A-tv,,,,. TrTntvTP nf the tlon of the grandfather disfranchising f'l 111 Will. VI 1.11 111 A 'A. A A-A I.J v? - I West Indies Islands, and Miss Willie clause by anywhere from 15,000 to Hobbs Page, daughter of Turner Page, 25,000 majority. That the proposed 561 East Thirty-fifth street, umcagu, tiuieuuiucm. , , ... wirparlav aft- vote in some strong Republican local- ernoon July 27, at the home of the ities was one of the peculiar features ' of the election. UI1UV! i A Tho nnntial services were conduct ed by Rev. H. Moses Jackson, pas- POULTRY CALENDAR FOR AU- tor of Grace Presbyterian vjnurcn. bu&i. ... i ,,. haantltn in 51. I 1 1 1 1 I m. . . i i ii. t iiniinnd ine uriue naa - 'inis IS tne monui wiieu me uuuocu ;ov.n, white silk trimmed in real poultry ruriS should be plowed up or point lace. The Lwiae carnea an w- spade(li anQ then sown, to rye. Some egai.t bouquet ot onae s roses auu ft mixture of rye ani(j clover, maidenhair ferns. Miss Jennie 1. jull out the unnecessary stock and childress, maw oi nonor aim wij uur geU ag roasteTs; pick out the ypung-.li.-jnt f tho hririp wns charm- . i oi Fo sters not, waiueu iui uiccuiua auu UJO broilers. time to remove the Pi 11 PIT o LlLO y a CHAiS the bride, was charm CI CI Ivv A uW" " ' ingly gowned in white wtiste anu Qf them ag bl carried a shower of pink carnations. ,t b ti The dining-room was very elaTio- growing stock to more permanent rately decorated with ferns and pink ,arterSt and white carnations, carrying Now is the time to get thos"e quar- ii the color scheme. The dining-ta ble was covered with a cluny lace centerpiece, on which were large jar- &nd there ig uo heltev time than linnlrorl with flOWCIl'S. 1 he ... unrlr- wnv ters in readiness. It may be neces sary to have additional houses erect- Center Pulpit Chair No. 36. Col Jen oak. H:oM!t 5 ft. 8 In. ; width 24 In. spacious parlors and halls were ar tistically decorated witn ierns arm palms. Those present were Mr. Tur- now for getting this work under way. August is the month when the molt ing of fowls 'begins. This will be more noticeable with the young hens. pauns. iuuBr F.ui, : T T more nouceauie wuii tne juuug ucua. nca Page, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jones, Naturally it wm niean a curtailment Mesdaroes Geo. Jones, Virgil Mockey f cr0 The old heng Mitchell, Cash, Thayer and Miss lunei sheddinc their feathers for Snence. The out-of-town guests m lh or two yet. ir there is any -Miss Jennie Childress, Miss Jen- . f , it wlu as a rule were 'Miss Jennie Chiiaress, jusb wcakness in a fowl, it will, as a rule, nie Noel, Mr. Wm. B. Davis, all or devdop about this time. r i i i t: -.i jNasnvni. , .,, , Miss Page was one of .Nasnvineb most charming young .ladies sue Thpv assist in growing the was gifted with the art ot malting aim ther by acting as a tonic to the maintaining friends. She was a grad- A A Doori iiiffh School of only a uatu vjl i vi ---o- r.uA lQ HOI aiiOW Lii pu'ucia tu fact. st: Mr. Mclntyre nnisneu i A Jt ... . . . itl IC jvi 1 - ,T . IaL, US 1L "ill &CI LIllll UtXlX. ill AiM.;wo the collegiate coua-se at i lsk umer- production. Besides, sity with the class ot ijjjs. , . this overfat is apt to create too much then he is pursuing a course in ww animal leat, which often results in a j. X Tn uro Tr1 I . . , it . A loving mother, brothers and sis ters. MRS. CELIA BYRDSONG, MR. E. W. BYRDSONG, ' MR. T. II. BYRDSONG, MRS. MATTIE R. HUDSON, MRS. NORA WINGFiELD, MRS. PAULINEi GENTRY. MRS. LUCRETIA IIOLSTON. The couple is very popular in rsasn vilie. and their many friends wish them continued success. mrH out. ff season. The 'March pullet, should begin lay ing, this month. Cockrels can yet be caponized. This pnds the duck laying season. The prices for ducklings are still Si vJii : ill HI, :i FISK QUARTETTE. . -v -nrill I trnnrl srcVr Street ChnsUan AHuOchrf chick, with prop- Phnrph August 14th at 3.3U p. m. er itw au LllUrCtl, AUUa J.11-U at o.uv r i.nii0,0 nr frv nfr rhlrkpflS. Rev. R. Linn Cave will preacn. iou vemuci are invited. VISITING NASHVILLE. Miss Clera Belle Drisdale, of Texas, who has been nursuinsr sneclal work in Chicago since June, is the guest of her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. K, L. Washington, of 701 Sixth ave nue. South. Miss Drisdale is a graduate of the Prairie View State Normal School and for the past two years has been an instructor in this noted Institution. She will be lomed heirp. hv her uncle. i'. a. v. vvasnington, or Chicago, wno, after a short stay of three days, will accomnanv her to Texas. ' Mr. Wash ington's stay in Texas will be of short duration, as he will return to his home In Chicago about the last of August. DEATH5. James Scales, 1201 Thirteenth ave nue, South, 38 years Clay Harding, 919 Warren btreet, o months. Andrew Harderson, 2104 Clifton, a years. , A Noble Reed, 412 Park riace, iu FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. "Joshua. Israel's Greatpst General." w xif rnp snmppT nr pv vv s h: lington s discourse Sunday morning, A TRIP OUT WEST. Miss Lillian A Tlrifrnt laff tho Htv last Week for n, trin tn npnvnr P.nln where she will be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. l. tj. Mcclain at Glenarn Place Whilft thprp On hor wov cha had a short stop at Henderson, Ky., was met there by Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Glov er, also a stay for one day at St. Iouis and one day at Kansas City, Mo., then straight to her destination, Denver, Colo. OFF ON A PLEASURE TRIP. Mr. Andrew J. Bright, Jr., one of the Crescent Drug Store force, on the East Side, left a few days ago for Chicago, where he will he the guest of Mr. William and Ben Porterfield, of 3228 Wabash avenue. While there he expects to take several side trips with his friends to Milwaukee, Lake Forest and Michigan cities, then back for business at his usual ofld stand, East Side. RUSH TO PAY POLL TAXES Record-Breaking Payments, Total Number Day Before tiecuon.. 11.738. Tf tho rmvmpnt nf noil taxes is any I'm-j ... - i 1 v. inriipatinn nf t.hp vote that will be j polled today, the total will be the po'lly cooper, 109 Lake street, 58 largest in the history oi uaviasou yearg County. Yesterday afternoon the to- William Thomas Wisner, 123G tal number of poll taxes that had Fourth avenue, South, 8 months. been paia was il,ico. ui tuia uuuv, ijadie w imams, iu(jb.b wicji ?r.n wprp naid to the County Trus- tee before the penalties and costs ac- Henry E. Morris, City Hospital, 33 crued March 1. Since then m. j. ; mi- years. ir rrt toy r.niipfTnr. has collect- -ixrv,jfQ iririr 8 milps White Creek ed from 4,230 citizens, about half of ike 60 yearSi this numuer uavms uu f"1 - my &imiyKiu, io " ing the past few weeks. There was yearg a line of citizens waiting for the back Minnie Ewing, 2 months, 913 tax man at his office at tne court- Twexfth avenue, Nortn. house yesterday, ancr they kept his Alexander Cole, 24 years, 512 Syca- force of men busy all day. The air mare sreet. nni of those getting receipts sduwcu JaS, v instead, oo jwis, ovi xv,. Intense interest, and ii. is probable ty.first avenue, North, that an election has never before ar- Nancy Roland, 7 months, 4020 Hill roused such determination in this Btreet. i uuocu . H .,n.flrct ci vp- county. Jas. lewis, i Jem, i'"T""" ii.. n.,fhni.t7oi1 tr mtlpCt. T)Oll Lr,n Mm-th taxes at the various voting places to- chaney Williams, 56 years, 906 dav have given .bond or maue ueyua- uigntn avenue, ouuui. its to secure payment oi auuut u,vw Liuciuua wiuuo, pOllS. im , Thta .ir:ii n,Un.M 91 vp.ra. 1fl12 Sixth receipts up to n,uw o imuic. IWm i..6, . will make the total number of eligl- avenue, North. ble voters in Davidson. County be- will Jordan, 50 years, 616 Peabody twppn 17 000 and ls.uuu. it is street. rrTated that 3 000 to 4,000 voters are not Joseph Garner, 27 years, 1705 Pat liable to the payment of poll tax terson street This class includes tnose wuu jumes xwi become 21 years old since January 10 South 52 years 1)10 and those wno were u.ci uimo "vv . , years of age at that date Conserva- street 10 months hnoSVun 3 Se way om 14 str 40 yeara. 000 to 15 000 which would be sev- John Smith, rear 533 Lischey av- '"rhe county school ruud will he Joseph Douglass, City Hospital, 23 ?r?n'y SrMSWS h.,, Sanders, rear 1728 Cedar Trf'i'-V.'SiS Et&l7Aaerr8- Brady, 318 El5hth M 1 l4'i;','JU''1 &a vLfi I enter Pulqlt Chair No. 68. Golden oak. Hlahtb 5 ft.; width 25 to. Center Pulpit Chair No. 5. Golden oak. rllahtk 56 In.: wlta 24 to. FOR INFORMATION WRITE National Baptist Church Supply Co. R. H. BOYD, Secretiry, NASHVILLE, - TENN