Newspaper Page Text
4 J NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. AT THE ROYAL R9.50 Is the place to save a dollar, and a dolalr saved is a dollar made. We handle ladies' Oxfords, Velvets, Suedes, Gun Metals & Pumps in all the styles and leathers. Full line of shoes for MEN and MISSES. Our strictly ONE PRICE shoes cannot be bought elsewhere for less than $3.50 and $4.00. 314 HILARY E. HOWSE. UNION FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY. We Can Furnish Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitthen We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly. 304-306 BROADWAY. patient before the operation was per formed and an internal examination was made. The following are the candidates for baptism, who recently joined Beulah Baptist Church: Messrs. : Willie McKimber. Abraham Gordon, Burton Martin, McKlnley Abernathy, RalDh Whitfield and Thos. P. Turne-, Jr., Misses Annie B. Kimber, Eliza-! beth Bramlette, Mary Eliza jonnson, , Josephine Bramlette, Mary Frances , Martin, Mamie A. Turner, Shellle 01 i-j ver. uana nowara, jjanme onerieu and Lizzie May Phillips. Several more are wpwiea w jm unuio " hPV" vlzmz nicn 18 LJl the third Sunday in May. ELLENDALE NOTES. Sunday was a beautiful day every body aiound EUendale were enjoying a fine Easter at the Full View Bap tist Church. The sermon was ren dered by Rev. C. R. Brown. The programs were carried out nicely. The Thomas Chapel Court, No. 85. wish to say that they are proceeding y-4 nolr anH iro nftw pninvlnc n n pU' castle hall. They meet every First Oot,,r,lax, f tho mnnth Afrs Ijmiaa. VVJ.lllO.UI, . vv . 1111 J. k3. Xi. VUUiuuv.1 W. R. D, Miss Florence Neal, D. 11. Dept., Mrs. Mollie Neal, W. I., Mrs. Mattie P. Jones, W. O, Mr. S. A i Bently, W. I. X., Mrs. Rosa Bond. 1 w tj nf a ttt w tvt nao.f.nri tt;c n.t lu v,Q' . Miss Florence Neal. Mrs. Bettie ' Ballard uas the guest of her mother- Wooden Momy ' Barrels No. 200 1-S. The Barrels are made to come apart nerr the middle, around which a label is pasted. The labels have space lor name of person authorized to solicit, and object for which mon ey is needed. Labels are furnished without extra charge. 4c each, or 48c per doz. by mail. Price, prr hundred by ex press, not prepaid $2.50 Wooden Money Specially suited for collecting money which is to be re turned at Kaster time. Appropriate cxer:isr& may be easily arraiiKid for this, if thought desirable to ho'd un enter tainment in connection with tlie return of egds. Trice, unpolished, 4c each by mail or per 100 Express charges Extra. $2.50 National Baptist rublisliinfi Board, ;--23 Second Avenue, N., Nashville, Tenn. SHOE STORE SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. STREET. J PHONE. MAIN 1096. NASHVILLE. TEN tf. in-law Sunday. Mrs. Mary Ballard, Mr. Lonnie Neal and Mm. Elnecle Neal and Mr. Junie G. Jones and Mrs. Mattie P. Jones attended the ser- mon of the Daughters of Israelites at tne prospect uapusi cnurcn uy Rev. Joe Hall. Sir Joe Taylor is sick. Mr. Wm. H. Neal sends his respect to Nashville Globe and says ne wouia De very loneiy wuuuui u. BROWNSVILLE NOTES. , tc. t. f r.rm.r. c M E was a SVLCcess. The church was beautlfully decorated. ,Miss Dayse D. Walker gave a short, but interesting talk. The star speak er was Little Gladys Lynk. Collec tion, $15. The big Easter Rally was pulled off at the First Baptist Church. The neat sum of $590.70 was raised. Mrs. A. Parr received first prize which was $25 for raising $130.85. Mrs. J. I. Irving- raised $128 second prize. Miss A. Bowmai raised $112.10 third prize. Miss M. B. Smith raised $79.54 fourth prize. The captains are to be compllmentei " , m" CT C ' Aiex is improving rttpiuiy. 4 1 T . 1 Ml., 1V1 1 0 "5 Little , L" a ',ganas tlet puest f ti sister, Miss Ellen Morgan, Easter Sunday. Dunbar Public High School asT)1hn0reTd lastT Monday mor?lnS by Bishop Isaac Lane, who made a very interesting talk. Rev. C. C. Jownsend accompanied him. The Faculty of Dunbar HifeHi, School is preparing a program for the closing exercise May 19. Baccalaurate Ser mon Sunday, May 21; graduating ex ercises, Monday, May 22nd. Mrs. Josephine Lee Grggsby Is sick and has been for several weeks. Mrs. May me Austin has returned to her home in Memphis. MASON NOTES. Miss Mary McNeal has returned from Little Rock. Ark., where ehe was visiting her sister, Mrs. Anna John son. She reports a delightfull trip. Rev. H. P. Gordon was a visitor at Macon city school 1'ast week. Rev. Junius Snyder preached a great ser mon on "Faith, Hope and Charity' 'Tt Sunday at Alexander Chapel. Mrs. Cornelia Burnett was the guest of Mrs. F. D. Ruffin last Sunday after noon. (Mason city school is making great preparations for commence ment exercises on the 5th, 9th and 12th of May. Rev. H. P. Gordon was a guest iat the writer's home last and also made several pastoral visits while in WTest Mason. Mrs. A. H. Stewart Is training the children for Kaster. WTe hope to have a great Easter service. Alexander Chapel will have its second rally on the sec ond Sunday in May. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Porter visited Tucker's Chapel 1,'et Sunday. Mr. B. T. Adams was slightly injured in a runaway team and wagon, which he owns. He nar rowly escaped with a few bruises. The team was frightened from the noise and looks of a freight train. Rev. C. L. Fields has returned home from, his work to remain with his family a few weeks before he will So out again on his district as Dis trict Superintendent ONE HUNDRED SIX GRADUATES. (Continued from Pago 1.) Senior Medical Class. E. M. Buvke, North Carolina; J. W. Bright, Tennessee; Joseph Brooks, Tennessee; O.'R. Busch, Missouri; P. E. Buchanan, Texas; A. D. Eeasley, Olkstos.ippi; G. II. A. iBryamt, Tennes see; W. C. Carroll, Texas; W. S. Crosby, Texas; J. A. Doramiw, Ala bama; G. Hamilton Francis, B. W. I P. F. Flinches, South Carolitna; F. N. Goiodson, Missouri; H. Si Gillespie, Mi&souii1; F. N. Harris, South Caro e lina; T. 'P. Haralson, Tennessee; K. C. Hasell. Missouri; I. E. Hill, Ten nessee; L. iM. Hill, Georgia; S. B. Hickman, Arkansas; W. O . Irving, Tennessee; G. L. Jackson, Tennessee: William H. Jackson, Kentucky; A. W. Jickson, Louisiana; G. W. P. Johrir $on, Georgia; N. H. Keys, Mi3sissip- pi; O. W Landy, Louisiana; A. L. Lu cas, M-lsslssippi ; A. N. Johnson, Jr., Tennessee;; T. P. Msutiau, Texas; H. B. MoMechen, West Virginia; L. M. Millei', Tennessee; D. Mu Miller, Geor gia; L. C. Moore, Texas; J. D. Mor rflp, Alabama; E. C. Nelson, Tex as; J. L. Pickens, Alabama; W. C. Rowan, Mississippi; J. A. Rainey, Tennessee; J. W. Russell? Mississippi; I. H. Sleiss, Tennessee; J. G. Selby, Texas; J. L. Sapp, North Carolina; G. 3. Scott, Louisiana; ' S. Stout, Texas; F. B. Sylvester, Louisiana; J. Q. Taylor, Tennessee; L. W. Thompson, South Carolina; ArchiboLd Tompkins, Georgia; J. C. Wade, Tex as; O. G. Washington, Louisiana; L. D. Wiley, Arkansas; Silas Woods, Tennessee; M. L. WilLlams, Texas; Dock Wdstbnooks, Mississippi; T. H. Watkins, New Jersey; J. J. Walker Louisiana. Senior Dentistry Class. J. Boykin, Alabama: O. B. Braith wait. B. W. I.: E. M. Brown, Georgia; R. J. Brown, Virginila; E. 'W. Carr, Mississippi; W. B. Davis, Tennessee; A. H. Dyson, Mississippi; J. J. Foster, Mississippi; A. W. Livingston. Geor gia; M. A. Melton, South Carolina; U M. Pollard, Alabama; E. (II. Handle, Texas; E. W. Reid, Alabama; Wil jam Russell, Kentucky; R. O. San ders, Louisiana; W. G. Sorrelle, Geor gla; J. R. Scott, Jr., Florida; P. M. H Stafford, Georgia; J. A. Surle, Louis iana; H. W. Temple, Tennessee; A I. Timbs, Texas; A, W. West, Ala Y.,ir; P. S. Williams, Georgia; G. W White, Tennessee; B. J. Walker, Ten nessee; A. W. Whito, South Carolina Senior Pharmacy Class. W. H. Allison, Tennessee; Gertrude Bul'liock, Tennessee; H. A. Clark, Al abama; T. C. Carter, Arkansas; Al fred Dockett, Alabama; H. G. Doug las, Missouri; W. E. . Kellar, Okla homa; S. Pearl Lee, Mississippi; JUrving MWler, Tennessee; Jonathan .VIcCla.tn, Tennessee; W. A. Pitts, Al abama; Omar Perdue, Arkansas; Elizabeth G. Reynolds, Mississippi; C. C. Rice, Mississippi; J. A. Taylor. Arkansas; V. J. Stewart, Mississip pi; S. E. Turner, Missouri; C. A. Wil son, Texas; R. G Warren, Virginia; H. P. Cogb-11, Virginia. Nurse Training Department. Eavicna Z. Yong"b,.oed, Africa; Mat tie iM, Otey, Tennessee; Ilattie E. M,cbson, Kentucky; Louise Farmer, Tennessee; Florence E. Chat man, Ohio. DR. GILBERT ELECTED PRESI DENT. Selma, Ala., April 20 -nAt a meeting of the Board of Trustees of Selma University held here yesterday, Rev. M. W. Gilbert, D. D., pastor of the First Baptist Church, Knoxville, Teim., was elected President of Seilma University to succeed Rev. R. T. Pol iia'd, D D., whose resignation was handed in some time ago. It is said that several names were considered tor this distfaguished place, but the reputation of Dr. Gilbert as a scholar, as well as a minister, gave him the advantage, hence he was elected Word was at ence sent to Dr. Gilbert but it was not stated whether he would accept the position, as X is known that he had just recently ac cepted the pastorate of the church at Kmoxvife, going there troni Olivet Baptist Church, of New York City. Dr. Gilbert has been in tlhe educational work before and some years ago was enneoted with Benedict College at ', olumlra, S. C. If he accepts the po sition, he will no doubt report during coinmencemK'nt exercise sin order to become thoroughly acquainted with the conditions. BRAVE MEN FALL ON THE BAT TLE-FIELD. Thrilling and heartrending are the scenes of a battle-field. No pen can nirture nor tonsiue can express the feelftie that creeps over one when sazing into the mouth of cannon and amid the whiz of shot and shell, 'it has always been the custom tor mon to go to war, but in modern times the women, too, are risking their lives in one way or another in the-e cjivflit conflicts: On Ihe Sflth of April the women of Trinity A M. E. Church will engage in war. It will be the Spanrsh- American War. too. between Mrs Fanny Hamilton and Mrs. Ora Boyd WK 9 IKE A SPECIALTY OF THE EXCIMGE SHARPE & 314 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH. (MARKET ST.) DEALERS I IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES and a General Line of House Furnishings. Terms: Cash or Credit. PERCY SHARPE, The generals of the army are Mrs. Fannie Hamilton, Uler May Linton, Mrs. Ora Boyd and Sall'ie Robevson. The speakers of the day will be Revs. S. L. Howard, S. W. Brooks, W. Gaines and others. W. H. Adams, pastor, is wide awiake to the occasion. The church is lo cated on Third avenue and Paradise alley. AM pastors, churches, members and friends are invited. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All ' persons Indebted to the estate of Henry C. Gibson, of late deceased, will call and settle with the People's Savings Bank and Trust Co. All persons with claims against the said estate will call and file the same with the above named bank within the time required by law or be forever barred. THE PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO.. Executor of the- estate of Henry C Gibson. JAMES BUMPO'JS, Attorney. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. .May Rules, 1911. Elatiche G. Anderson vs. Jessie L. Anderson. In this cause it appearing to the ?ntisfaction of the Court that the defendant is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, therefore the or dinary process of law cannot be served upon him; it is therefore or dered that said defendant enter his ippearance herein at the next term of 'he Davidson County Circuit Court, to holden at the Court House in Nash ville, Tennessee, on the 1st Monday in May, X 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 p thereore 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. A. M. HITT, D C. J. P. RHINES Solicitor for Complai EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. All person indebted to the estate of Mary Tennesses Franklin, of late de ceased, will call at James Bumpass' office, 410 1-2 Cedar street, and settle. All persons with claims against said estate must file the same within the time required by law or be forever barred. JAMES BUMPASS and CASSIE BUMPASS, Executor and Executrix, respectfully 110 Cedar street. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons Indebted to the estate of Henry C. Gibson, of late deceased, will call and settle with the People s Savings Bank and Trust Co. All nersons with claims against the said estate will call and file the same with the above named bank within the time equired by law or be forever barred. THE PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO., Administrator of the estate of Hen ry C Gibson. JAMES BUMPOUS, Attorney. NON-RES'DENT NOTICE. May Rules, 1911. Pearl Stevenson vs. John Stevenson. In this cause it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the 'efendant is a non-resident of the "tflto of Tennessee, therefore the or dinary process of law cannot be SVTSkJ upon him; It te therefore or dered that said defendant enter his appearance herein at the next term of the Davidson County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nash ville, Tennessee, on the 1st Monday In May, it being a rule day of this Court, vnd defend, or said complainant's -ill will be taken for confessed as to ini and set for hearing ex parte. It BISHESS THOSE, MAIN 1304 WHERRY Mgr. is thereore 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. A M. HITT, D. C. J. P. RHINES, Solicitor for Complainant CHURCH DIRECTORY Mt. I.ethel Baptist Church. Sunday school :30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. tn. a. m. and 8 :00 p. m. ; communion first Sunday; prayer-meeting Tuesday night. 15ro. Ed Hunt, superentendent, 714 Smiley street; Sister Lizzie II. Merritt, Secretary, 82 lterry street; Uev. A M. Merritt, pas tor, 82 lierry street; Bro. James Hall, Church Secretary. Cijvkk Memorial M. E. Church, 308 Franklin street. Uev. R. T. WeatherDj. pastor, residence 20 North Hill street. Sunday-school 1) :15 a. m. ; preaching Sun day 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Hpworth League, 0:15 p. m. ; prayer-meet lm, Wednesday 7 :30 p. m ; class-meeting Fri day, 7 :3U p. m. Lea Avenue Christian Church. Sua day-school 9 :30 n. m. ; preaching and com munion 11 a. m. ; Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. ; preaching, nkht service, S p. m. ; ni-nver-tueetinz Wednesday evening 8 .p. m. i Elder 1 reston Taylor, pastor, 44!) Fourth avenue, rsortn ; .Mr. cnarne roweiu, Ylnirch. clerk ; M!ss Ida D. Mallory, super intendent of Sunday-school ; Miss Martna Turner, secretary. . UxiVEKfciTY. Y. M. C. A.,Theologual Hall (Sunday) 9:00 a. m. ; preaching, Fisk Me morial Chapel (Sunday), 11:00 a. ra. ; Sunday-Echool 1 :00 p. in. ; prayer-meeting (Wednesday, Livingston Hall) 7:00 p. m. Uev. C. W. Morrow, D. D., pastor. First Baptist Church, Eighth avenue. North. Sunday-school 9:30 a. m. ; preach ing Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Commu nion, First Sunday In each month, 11 a. ni. ; teachers' meeting Tuesday, 7 :30 p. m. , prayer-uieeting Tuesday, 8 :00 p. m. Ke. W. S. Ellington, D. D., pastor, 911 Seven teenth rveue, North; Prof. S. 1'. Harris, church clerk, 1730 Jefferson street; Frot. J. 1). Crenshaw, superintendent, .ri23 Sec ond avenue. North ; ; Miss Octavia Coffey, Sunday-school secretary, 1G24 State street. Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Cedar street. Sunrise prayer-meeting 0 a. ni; Siindav-sehool 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching Sun day at 11 :30 a. m. und 8 p. m. ; last Sun day, communion services at 3 :30 p. m. , teachers' meeting Tuesday evenings 7:30; prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7 :30 ; preaching Thursday night ; Hev. C. 11. Clark, l). P., pastor, 010 Jo Johnston avenue: Mr. Philip Douglass, 130 Tackson street, church clerk ; Kev. T. J Lewis, Sunday-school superintendent, 1210 Clinton street', Mr. Andrew Allison, Sunday-school secretary, Jackson street: Wom en's Missionary Society Monday afternoon 2 :30 o'clock. New Steel Bank For Use In Church Vestibules -;.-' "TV Made of Shec Steel, Oxidized finished. Size, 31-2x21-4 x6 .t-v--,v :f.SL. 1iL. f J The front is doubled thickness and se cured by a Corbin Safety Lever Lock. The Gla9 Opening gives a view of the Money deposited. A name card can be placed on top in the cardholder The money cannot be taken out of the bank till properly unlocked as, when it is put in, it passes through a slit in rubber be tween two metal plates. When unlocked, the part of the box hold ing the coins can be lifted out from the front to be emptied. There are four small holes in the back of the box through which the bank can be fastened to the wall or railing, if desired, by means of screws or a sufety chain. This is the best box for use in Church Vestibules or public places for any charit able purpose. l'rice.ll Mini. I.."0. SEND ALL ORHEKS TO National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 Second Ave.. N., Noshvillr, Truu.