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f PROFESSIONAL COLUMN. R. L MAYFIELD ATTOl.NKl PRACTICES INALLT HE COURTS linns. Xot w i ! li t antlinj? the fai t thai i ! i 0111 t !w masses of our people. tl.. -. . -..lmiwt t'.llrt Wsiro HOW H' Kl - I t ! ' ' frlUi'nl tlOJirOO it. should it Mas stated that with the in iln ni the niui t education, irom lers, r. in who II! t'l l'l i.-l'. ffasiiiii lt n ' Sue ;i ec .1 . lilM.r. 11 I .' (VJjr Strwt I'h.mp. Main J7II.1 i i'jitiuii 1 1' a Hvial paui' 1 m- a ;ii nut Negroes iucd by one asset i;1. l.im. no tow-; could he bonuht from any of the cs ahlished agencies, there ly hindering them in their loniji'ii urn with the ordinarv publication. (' V.n rs wi ic elected as follows: M. ! ,.(liicnce in the uplift of our race than president but in i co mo the . d in some business 1 i support, in an in- I believe the Negro it-'s will have. Ihere aie rew a:icn- ; . i i : i. ... -,i,n .-..l, ! ii S Wllii'll. lO-eilii'i wuii i lie uhiiui mI the school, have exerted a greater D. Wellington Berry STENOGRAPHER-REPORTER Tvim'w ril inir (Jhon Speciiil tent i on lv Mis MsivImttj At- Hill lis ISKASONAltl.i: 5 Napier Court W. M. HARGRAVES NaidmlleMiol lliolojiraplier. Ilitrli clas l'holos at Popular Prices. Pmmijt fMhen. tMve Cdlh ut Phonr, Main 7t1 420 CtDAK STREET DR. J. ALONZO NAPIER DENTIST 413 I -2 Fourth Ave., N. Napier Court M A 1 N riltiNK Nashville. 1177 Tenn. FOR SALE 4 piece Colden oak, 4 mirrors. bed-room suit. Address Globe. RICHARD HILL (NOTARY PUDL IC, Ko.il Estate, Lt)ans, Lien, notes bouBli"and sold Will soil you a home like paying rent. Pension Cases a specialty. TELEPHONES c.e: Miss one. call the other I 1 Mam ia 410 1-2 CEDAR ST.. NASHVILLE, TE NN H. BAUGH & SON STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Lvcr tiling l'irst-class. 31 LAFAYETTE STREET. 1. I.ewey, IVnsaeola, Ma X. I), liiascher. Cleveland. Ohio,, and I. !'. Smalls. New lork. vtce-presi- ieiits: K. W. Tlioinpson. Washington. rn sMondini: secretary: Horace Sialt;r. Ktn'uckv, recoruinu; secr tin, and Rev. I.. (!. .Ionian, Louh vil'i . I reasurer. - U. 0. F. AND S. M. T. (Continued from Pane 1.) serve in any position in which he is lei ted; there is no alternative, if he remains in the order, and so I have been here. We have plenty good men." lie continued, 'in this Grand Lodge who would make good, efficient (iianl .Masters, and if there are those who would like to put forth their choice for the office which I now hold, I shall gladly step aside for them." To this statement the delegates al most in a body, cried, "No! No!" and such a demonstration was given as clearly shows in what esteem the present head of the order is held, as the result of his long, efficient and honorable service, and, judging from this demonstration, the c'ose of the present session will find him for the thirtieth success. ve year the Grand Master of the (ider in Tennessee. The committees reported progress in every department of the order. The Secretary and other officers were highly praised in resolutions and re ports tor the excellence with which their work had been done, and espe cially the manner in which their hooks were found. This was true of the of ficers in the Grand lemple as well. A joint meeting was held of the two organizations late this evening in con ference, and in connection with the attendance tonight at the St. Paul A. M. K. Church of the annual Thanks giving senium, which will bo preached by Rev. K. W. Pankey, assisted by nu merous pastors of the city. Instal'ation was held at Coney Island Park, where an outing had been planned by the local committee and numerous attractions were enjoyed by the visitors. Aell! VAhat WHY TIIK IS If? Providence Baptist OVKOK TIIKOI.DKST UICKI II KS IN HWIII.M) COUNTY. Wll.1, HOI. I) A Gospel Outing AND Basket Meeting CONEY ISLAND or White City Park Sojll. SUDDEN DEATH. The Hidden death of little Ewell Henley has cmsed much sorrow nmorg the many friends of the Hen ley family. The hoy was only four teen years of age and one of the brightest little lads in West Nash vibe. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil lltnley, who live at 25 Garland avenue, opposite Vanderbilt Univeis Hy. It seems that the boy had been stiff: vim: somewhat with a cut on the foot and it is supposed that dew pois on set in which resulted in lock jaw, The services were simple but were at tended by a large number of friends, He died Tuesday morning a little af ter three o'clock and was buried Thursday. The Henley family is e 'edingly large, there being a host of r'lativfs besides quite a number of children. His sister, Miss Willa Hen ley, who was at Many, La., where she ha- been teaching, and one of his brothers who remained over at Tus kegee, where he is attending school for the summer, returned home for the funeral. is true of the Negro newspaper, and iften this inliuence is exerted at the jirice of poverty, hard work and self denial on the part of the publishers. "As each delegate anl visitor to i his League returns to his home, I hope lie will carry with him a reso'.vo hat in the future he will see to it that his local newspaper has his hearty .support and co-operation." Little Rock Next Time. With a tl:r;li;-r.!', speech by Mr. Wil 'ard, president of the Anna T. Jeanes fund, and by HHiop Cottrell of Holly Springs. Miss., the League bade fare well to New York City. It was the lUO.-'t S-UCCl S.-llll llltt WIlK in HO ii'fiuij. There wne more delegates irom me outside states present, more than 2a states being represented. Many of them came in veiy large numbers, Mississippi sending (it1, Arkansas :iX, Louisiana 2.", and this is remarkable n th 't it was 1 ouisiana's first time to send a delegation. Indianapolis 30, "hicago 40. South Carolina 2.0. an 1 so -n through the slates, even out to Cal ifornia. From many of the.e came invita tions for next year's session of the National League, from Indianapolis, Irom Chicago, fioin Atlanta, but it sremt'u mat uie iuie n.iic winui.. 1 1 oni the Governor (town m .-rnaiisas were the nicst. urr,nim.)it.i and press ing in theri invitation. OODLAWN NOTES. The A. K. A.'s and A. I). A.'s of this place gave an eujoyable entertainment ...1.1..L ..... ..i,nnn..i.'Vitl On tile l.iin, WHICH an m Diiiirnoim as enjoyable. The management under -tood how to bring th ngs togetner to both pleasure and profit. Mrs. Rose V. Beny, ot paaucan, iy., is here attending me oeusme -m m. mother, Mrs. Emmie Cowherd. Mrs. Cecelia Rarom, matron ol Clarksville Home Infirmary, spent Sunday at Woodlawn. Mrs. Willie .Johnson and three cni1. dren, Mart 'son vine, Ky., are visiting her s'ster-in-law, Mrs. Lucy Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Major Poindexter have the sympathy of a host of friends in. the continued illness of their family. In addition to their son. who has been sick for unite a while, and littb? grandson, Frank A. Page, who has iiren sick of fever for eight weeks, hot li Mr. a-id Mrs. Page, their daugh ter and her husband are s'ck of fever. Mrs. Hirdie Metcalf. of Rossview, U here attending the bedside of sick lebtives. Mis. Addie Bryant Is able to be out. 4-. IW. . i A "MM HIT oK TIIK A IM'AI. W'll I AN" nill Annalacliian Mxnosition to lie held in Knox- ville, September 12tli, to October 12tli, inclusive will embrace eiilit states anil will be the greatest show ever held. The colored building of this exposition will be one of the best ever seen and the exhibits will be second to none. The colored people will enjoy equal rights with all other people at (he exposition. Exhibits wanted from all the Appalachian slates and cash prizes given for every class of exhibit. Rales of only one cent a mile to I lie exposition have keen obtained throughout (he country. Persons going lo the National Itaptist Con vention al New Orleans or (he It. M. (!. al Italtimore will save money by going through Knox ville and have an opportunity lo stop off and see the exposition at the same lime. ... ... For information regarding exhibits and rates, write Dli. II. M. (iUKKN, (ireen Huilding, Knoxville, Tenn., or III5NUY A. K0YI), care (ilobe, Nashville, Tenn. ill jr- .- j 1 I T HADLEYS PRIVATE INFIRMARY FOR WOMEN ONLY It is for the interest and welfare of every woman, not only to un derstand th? means tor the preservation of health, but a'so to know what remedies should bz used for the alleviatian. This infirmary treats female diseases of all kinds. For particulars address, DR. H ATTfE HADLEY, 1 46 Vlaple -!., NashvMIe, Tenn Turner Normal College, Shelbyville, Tenn. The Only Colored ummer ''esort In theStaie. SITUATION. HiKh: LOCATION, Healthful, Bcnutiful. Attractive. CAMPUS lined with Stately Oaks, tvergreens; Lawn Swings tor the invalids and weary adults ..Rope Swings tor the children, and Settees for all. BUILDING and campus Lighted throughout by Electricity. Long Distant Telephone con nections. Spangers must present recommendations of good charcter. NOTICE of coming must be given at least a week ahead. TER VIS: Board and Lodging $3.00 per week; or 75 cents a day for time less than a week. Special rates to fain lies. SEASON CLOSES SEPTEMBER JO. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS REV. J. A. JONES, President, Box 1-2 7 -HELBYLILE, T 15 IN IN. lCvct vUtiilv cmnf iK'lp u out ;uul i IM V, J. M. M01IKK, PRESS ASSOCIATION TiON. Pastor. IN CONVEN- by J. Amsterda in Editors and Writers From All Over The Country Discuss Newspaper Problems. New York. Aug. 17. About forty owners of newspapers, editors, maga zine writers and correspondents we.v present at the sessions of the National Negro Tress Association which wer" held at the Met roiwlitan Buildirg. lAi: t v-sixtb street and Eighth avenue. The "mess jrang" was welcomed X. Anderson, of the New News. Addresses dealing with various phases of newspaper work were deliv ered bv N. 1). Hrascher. of the Cleve- Ifnifl .lanrnal. Horace P. Slater. N. 15. Podson, of the American Press A-soi-iation; Lester A. Walton, draiuati editor of the New York Age; E. 11 l,mvson. Wasshington. and Charles Stewart, the veteran newspaper cor respondent. Mr. Stewart delivered a helpful taik on "Colored Newspaper Correspond nt" in which he details some of bis own i xperience. TV oi'ct'tisiis ot opinion among the s"eral sneakers was that one of the chief difliculties in Negro news paper work was that they are not ad mitted into any of the press associa AFTERMATH. (Continued from Page 1.) :nns lull grown and ready to be reck oned with. "The bankers must edu cate the people," was the motto of the Negro financiers; teach them low to save, how to handle cheeks, how "to aggregate capital so that property purchases could be secured." Our people losv propel I v because after thev have made a purchase, paying sav half down, tl:ey aie unable at the required time to complete their pay ments." remarked Dr. Peltiford, the father of Negio banks. I. F. Hrown. of Memphis, sanl l.e at his bank taimlit Neg'oes how to save ;iud how to invest. The fr.ni-ral directors s.liowr 1 gnat proimvs ii ii" ir oi faui.ai i::n, ,-io-inu fioin a mere handful a few years a-:o in ir ..ire now than L'un. They are e el::pin ino-t vapidly also in wealth. Hooker Washington spoke in behalf of Negro press. Al the very introduction of his an neal address. Prt sident Washington wpt.Ke lervenuy in iieuaii oi me .c i:m press. Sid lie: "Let lm oni- doubt or question in the future the value and inliuence of the Negro newspaper. Though it may be a seemingly small and insignificant sheet with a limited circulation reach ing the people only in one community, nevertheless this Negro paper has its intliience. "M' le and more in the future than lias been true in the past. 1 plead with all the earnestness that 1 can command for the generous and con stant support of the Negro press. This support should not come only WINCHESTER NOTES. Mrs. Ella llohertson visited J'ay ttteville last Wednesday. Mr. Sims, of Shelbyville, is in our town. The remains of Mrs. f!eo. Riddle Fitz natrick were brought here last Satur day from Chattanooga for burial. Prof. P. A. Townsend is in Hunt- land this week, where he is carrying on a revival. Mrs. Margaret Piddle has returned irom Chattanooga, where she was cal'ed to the bedside of her daughter, who died Friday. Miss Emma Williams, of Memphis, is visiting Mrs. Lizzie March this we- k. Mr. C. A. Cray preached an excel 1 nt sermon at Huntland last Monday night. Mrs. W. .1. Waytes came last Wed "''bv firm aackson hen1 to join her husband, the doctor. Mrs. Mariah Norris left last Sat urday for Tullahonia, McMinnville and o'htr points on business. Pr. Waytes made a Hying trip to I'.-uil .spnngs last Wednesday to join th- madam. Scott Davis, of Sewanee, visited our city Weilm sdav. GREENWOOD PARK LABOR DAY, CELEBRATION Monday, September 5th, A great day is planned for this popular resort, every amusement will be on the programme. ADMISSION, lOc :!: t j; it: I- I e 0 ;).' it. I , Ulvlvl' IV No. IN CHANCERY STATE OF Olfce Clerk and 27US1. AT NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Mister Chancery '"oiirl. Nasiivi'le. Aumist the 2:!, 1 1t 1 1 . Rosa L. Brown, Complainant, vs. Lewis Brown, Defendant II appearing from affidavit tiled in tin's cause that the defendant, Lewis Hrown. is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and cannot be served with the ordinarv process of law; It is, therefore, ordered that said defendant enter his appearance here in on the first Monday in October next. l'.Hn, it being October :! l!li. and a n'le d'iy of said Court, and plead, an swer or demur to Complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published for four consecutive weeks in the Nashville (ilobe. KOHKHT VACCIIN, Clerk and Master. I!v J. H. WEST, Deputy C. and M. NOAH W. COOPER. Solicitor for Complainant. LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! Great Summer Resort Isi SHADY SIDE, 19 D. Majjgio Stansmore has a beauulul place nicely fixcl for boarders, jjood water good shade and boat for fishing and crabbing- ; House Open for Boarders July 15, 1910 j For further information addres j MRS MAGGIE STANSMORE j SHADY SIDE. A. A. CO., Ml). E.E.GREEN & CO THE TINNER. Tin, Iron and Asphalt Roofing, C.utti injr ad Valleys and Stoves Ktpairt' Special attention given to all work. lilltiTwelftli Avemif. orlli. asliill. THi CREOLE HAIR A SPECIALITY C. R. BADOUX, MAM KACTUKKR OK HAIR GOODS, j 220 Fifth Ave.. N.. I NASHVILLE, - TENNESSEE. Ton per cent discount to all who present Ilils ad vci tlKemenl. 01 fill HOI RS 3 to II p. m nr.. CARRIE i MAUKY ST KELT Rhone main 20Q0. CrULDRESS' CREAM PARLOR dn-ss lost Ins siht more than one year a and any patronage is apprecuiteu. Cnrnrrof HKUHW STKr.KT ami 21st vm Lodge Furniture. Wt are prepared to supply every subor dinate lodge of the A F. & A. M. within the jurisdiction of Tennessee or any other state with beautiful UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS, TA IJLES, PEDESTALS, ALTARS and any thing in the line of chairs for die assembly hall that they may be in need of Our prices are within reach of everv lodge. For further information call or write the Church Supply Department OF THE iuftist ciblishisg boarii 5 Second Avenue, North. Nashville, Tenn T. CLAY MOORE GEO. SIMS Residence Phone. M. PM MOORE & SIMS CONCRETE AND STONE WORK SIDEIAALKS, STEPS. COPlMi AND EVERY KIM) OF CEMENT WORK. Plump, II , 2,"4. 1 4i 0 Cedar St.. Nashville, Tenn.