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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1911.
II. J. Lylcs, Pres. W. L. Pierce, Se. & Treas. II. G. Nichols, Gen'l Mfcr. Volunteer Manufacturing' Go. . UNION MADE 200 PUBLIC SQUARE MANUFACTUERER OF VOLUNTEER JUMPERS, OVERALLS, PANTS 1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. Mr. r.iTHEL BimisT Chcucu. Suuday school V ko a. m. ; prwchlng 1 1 :3 a. uu &. m. aol .00 j. u. ; communion. tlrt Btiutlaj , i jyev uK'?tliig TusmiIa ulgUl. Uro. Kd Uuul, vupereuieDdeai, iH MLllcj iiri et ; Mister Llle 15. Mvrrltt, 8ei retar, t Kerry street; Key. A 1L Merrltt, pas lir, Ki Herrj at ret ; - iiro. Jmes iialt, Charcli Secretary 1'i.Ajis. Memorial M. IS. Church, 308 f'kitn atreet. Iter R. T. Weiitheroj, ijaaror. residence '20 North Hill atreet. Sunday t bool i):15 a. m. ; preaching Sun day 1) a. m. and 7:80 p. m. ; tipworth league, 0:15' p. m. ; prayer-meeting Wednesday 7 :0 p. m ; clas nieeiing day, 7 :30 p. m. LEA AVKNUB CHRISTIAN CHDKCH. SlM day school 9:30 a. m. ; preaching and cuiu tn union 11 a. m. ; Christian Ludvavor,T p. ra. ; preaching, night serylce, hp. m. ; prayer-meeting Wednesday evening i j. ia kliler Preston Taylor, pastor, 44! Fourth avenue, North; Mr. Charlie I'owelU, vtrurch clerk; M!b Ida D. Mallory,' super Intenden: of Sunday-school ; Mlia Martha turner, secretary. Union Congiboational Church, Fisk UMYinKiTT. Y. M..C. A.,TheolotficaI Hall Sunday ) 9 :00 a. m. ; preaching, Mak Me mortal Chapel (Sunday), 11:00 a m. , Sanday-Bchool 1 :00 p. m. ; prayer-meeting (Wednesday, Livingston Hall) 7 :00 p. m. Rev. C. W. Morrow, 1). D., pastor. F1K8T Baptist Church, Eighth avenue. BTorth. Saaday-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-meeting Tuesday, 8 :00 p. m. Rev. W. S. Ellington, D. D., pastor, 914 Seven teenth rvene, North; Prof. S. P. Ilarrln, church clerk, 1730 Jefferson street ; Prof. J. D. . Crenshaw, superintendent, 523 Sec ond avenue. North ; ; Mies Octavla Coffey, Sunday pfhool secretary, 1624 State street. Mr. Ouvb , Baptist Church, Cedar Jrrect.-r-Sunrise prayer-meeting J a. ru ; Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching Sun day at 11 ;30 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; lirst Sun ? ay, .communion services at 3:30 p. m. ; eachera' meeting Tuesday evenings 7:80; prayer-meeting Tueeday evening at 7 :30 ; xnursaay nignt ; tiev. u. u. pastor, 010 Jo Johnston avenue: Mr. l'hlllp Douglass, 150 Jackson strett. church clerk : Kev. T. J Lewis, Sunday-school superintendent, 1210 When you want any thine the in line t.f Drug, perfumes or Toilets Call DAVID J. KUHN'S DRUG STORE Phone Main 1718 and I .will be out to see you at once with my wagon. WILLIE TISDALK, Agt. Wm. YOUNG PROI'KIKTOUOF Young's Hotel 710 CEIMK STREET Regular rates $1.00 to $l.5 per day. Will give special attention to nfi ate suppers and Mter thea ter parties. Prepared to serve from 2 to -10. FORTY THOUSAND DOLLAR LAND COMPANY. A charter was granted last week to the Riverview Land Company, an or ganization formed in this year with P. L. Horner as president and mana ger, and J. B. Brown as secretary, with forty thousand dollar capital stock. This company has one hun dred acres of land in Nashville, Tenn., adjoining and in close prox imity to the Agricultural, Industrial and Normal School that is being rushed to completion. It 13 the pur pose of the company to dispose or these: lands to the Negroes of Nash ville and the State of Tennessee, who desire to buy them. The ' lots aro surveyed off at fifty foot and they are to be sold, on easy terms of ifl.O down and $1.00 per week. The com pany's telephone number is 1401. It is expected that hundreds of citizens will avail themselves of this oppor tunity to secure splendid lots near the state school for dwtlliuf; .purposes. r "V-- J.B. KENNEDY Livery, Boarding and Sales Stable l!i-llutx-AITTOMOKIXU Fr llir- 110 Third Ave., N. Telephone M. IloO preaching Clark, D. D., Clinton street; Mr. Andrew Allison, Run-day-school secretary, Jackson street: Wom en s Missionary Society Monday ai'ternoon 2 :80 o'clock. GRAVES NELSON LUMBER AND COAL GO. We will sell you your WINTER SUP PLY of coal. We will sell you lumbe and build your house. Call us for either rniixE biau 2071. 1012 umm street. DR. C. V. ROMAN, SPECIALIST IN Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases is now permanently located in his new building 1303 Church Hi. e. E. GREEN & CO. THE TINNER. , .1 . - Tin. Iron, and Asphalt Roofing, Guttu ing, Valleys and Stoves Repaired Special Attention Given to All Work 06 Twelfth Art one, North, Kashville, Teu The Place For Sick People to Get Well Safely, Quickly and Soundly IS AT THE llock City Sanitarium All acute or chronic non-contagious dis eases treated successfully WITHOUT DRUGS. Rheumatism, diseases of the nerves, blood, kidney, liver and stomach especially benefitted by our methods,--diet-ing, baths, electricity,' massage, etc. Spe cial wards for surgical and obstetrical cases. Fine location and splendid equip ment. Rates within the reach of all. a WRI1E US FOR riRlllfR PARTICULARS The Rock City Sanitarium J'HONE WALNUT 87 MEDICAL DIRECTOR 3IG Fowler St., ' NiislivilN, Trail. Collection Plates for Church or Sunday School These collection plates are made of thoroughly seasoned selected, best grade stock. PRICKS. ' 10 INCH DIAMETER Dark Oak HI .TR each or 2 for 83.00 Light Oak HU.OO each or 2 for Ha.RO Quartered Oak 3.75 each or 2 for KS.OO Imitation Mahogany ...ft 1. SO each or 2 for 82.7. 12 INCH DIAMETER Dark Oak .... . .H2.00 each or 2 for 3.KO Light Oak K2.RO each or 2 for !.. Quartered Oak a.2."i each or 2 for ftO-OO Imitation ' Mahogany . . .ft 1.75 each or 2 for ftS.OO Wicker Baskets for Collec y tions. No. 1. 2 1-2 Inches deep, 9 inches in diame ter, l'ricie SUo each. No. 2. 2 1-2 inches deep, 9 inches in diame ter neatly finished lricc 75e each. No. 3. Made with handle 24 inches long, 2 3-4 inches deep, 9 inches in diameter. Price ftl.OO each. The above prices include delivery charges. 0KDER FROM Rational Baptist Publishing Board, 523 SECOND AVE., NORTH, NI.viII. - - TENN. ANNUAL ELECTION. ; The annual ellection of the Railway Employes Protective Association was held at their hall, Tenth avenue and Cedar street, Saturday night, Novem ber 11th. The different reports were read and all the officers were retained for the ensuing year. The officers are Humphrey Bowling, president; Chas. W. Porch, vice president; Wm. D. Laws, secretary; Link Turner, treasurer, and Willis Ridley, recorder. dfcscciitt HDraf lore .1. W. ISi;iiIIT V CO., Proprietor Has an ideal line of Drugs and Chemicals Headquarters for the celebrated AMERICAN HAIR GROW ER and SOAP simcci.vl ATTHx riox iivi:' iicicnc;kiitio;n Townsend llldg.,-537 Main St. Phone Walnut S71 CutsWifti FN7RAL TENNESSEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND WOMAN'S HOME AND FOREIGN MIS SIONARY CONVEN . TION. , ' ft 3 8 a m? S 'SPECIFIC? 99 CREOLE HAIR A SPECIALTY C. H. BAIJOUX, MANUFACTURER OF II stir Koo(l9 220 FIFTH AVE., NORTH, NASIIVIL,I.K. TI5NNHSSKK. Ten per cent discount to all who prewnt this advertiHament. Ilt. J. I). FOWLKK has moved his office from the Naplsr Court to 1600 JEFFERSON STREET Where he will be pleased to seo his friends at any time. U. U. Cole. Dr. J. I). Fowler. COLE & FOWL 15 11 LlCIiNSKU IU5AL KSTATE DEALERS Negotiate loans, build hemses on 'small monthly payments. All "business entrusted to us will receive prompt attenti n. Office, Pytliian Temple Phone.M 4115 Tnylop O. Ewiiig LiWYEH Practices in all the courts, makes appli cations for claims and pensions, negotiates oans. Ho asks a share of your bnsiness Office, Brown block (upstairs) Cedar St. 2000 PAWNED OVERCOATS FOR SALE CHEAP AT WEINSTUIN BROS. PAWN It ISO KICKS 239 nd 409 College Street. Corner Public Square i ij National Furniture Company di:ai.i:i:s in New anil Sccouil-llaiid Furniture, Stoves, Lie. Highest Prices Paid for Second-Hand Furniture Telephone Muin 4S!)3 We Sell on ICusy I'uTineiit I ( I S Jefferson S The above mentioned assembled in Salter's Chapel November 1-5 at Wav 1 crly, Tenn. The conference was a success from every viewpoint and was visited by general officers' -and distin guished clergymen and visitors from different parts" of the state. On Fri day afternoon Bishop H. B. Parks turned the meeting Over to the presi dent, Mrs. P. L. Beams, of the W. M. and F. M. Society, who delivered her annual address, which was full of In formation and encouragement and was well received. A short program was rendered by the missionary so-r ciety. Some of the participants were as follows: Miss Mattie Barns, he district president of the W. II. and F. M. Society of Paris District, who, with' well-chosen words, addressed the society; quite an inspiring paper on Missionary Work, Mis Maggie Walk er; the vice president recited a selec tion; others took part, which was eoually as interesting. After the ren dition of the program the president called for the report from each dis trict. Each district president came forward and made their report, which was as follows: Clarksville District, $4S.58; Dickson District, $3G.G2; Paris District, $22.60;' public collection, $9.37. Total raised for W. II. and F. M. Society, $117.17. The conference and convention were a success m every way, intellectually, spiritually and financially. At this period Bish op Parks expressed himself as being highly pleased with .,the ..work that had been accomplished by the differ ent churches during the' past confer ence year, and said, "That the pros pects for the little ttonrerence are great." At the close of the meeting the officers of the W. II. and F. M. Society were elected as roiiows: Mrs. Percy Le Beam, president; Miss Mag gie Walker, vice president; Mrs. Lena Dunn, secretary; Mrs. N. M. Stacker, treasurer. Rt. Rev. H. B. Parks, pre. siding bishop. THIS UKKATICST OF ALL HHAUTIFIHUS. .1 wonderful FACE CHL'AM that positively dofn all that is claimed fvr it. Cures Mmplen and liinywurms, removes Tan, Freckles, Sunburn, Liver Blotches and other Facial discolora lions. A perfect BLEACH that beautifies th Complexion, without injury to the most delicate skin. Us merit has (liven it a national reputation. "ONCE USED ALWAYS USED," has been the experience of our thousands of customers A trial icill convince you. 1'ItICIC 25c AT ALL IIUUUUISTK. WHITE'S SPECIFIC TOILET COMPANY, NASHVILLE. TENN. 2E HILARY E. HOWSE PHONE, MAIN 10D(J HOWSE BROS. FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY ' ' ' We Can FurnisU Your Home Complt te fio i Parlor to itchen We 'Take Old Goods as First Payment: Balance weekly or Monthly 304-306-308 BROADWAY NASHV1LLF, TENN. TEACH YOUR DOLLARS TO HAVE MORE SENSE. The Nobby Tailoring Go. . All Suit All Overcoat No More Nit Lcj MA II K TO OK OH It 22 Fourth E. G. MILLER, Manager MAIIU TO FIT Ave., North NASHVILLE, TENN. w.Jt ..n'- - - i -v , . ,...J, , i ... ,.. ,....-j W. B. IAUFMAN 1IKALFK IN GENUINE PINE KNOT JELLICO AND Tel Mni.i l.O I 1 Fourlli AvtMiiie, Nttrili. r DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND Slaughtering Sale OF ALL KINDS OF PAWNBROKER GOODS AT 004 BROADWAY CARD OF THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, of 624 Webster street, East Nashville, wish to thank their many friends , for the kindness shown during the Illness" arid death of their daughter, Sophronia. ON TO WASHINGTON.' Rev. Sutton E.'Grlggs to Make an Important Trip. Six years' ago the National Baptist Convention in session in Philadelphia, Pcnn requested the Rev. Sutton E. Griggs to prepare a defense of the Negro race that would serve as an antidote to the works of Thomas Dix on, Jr., and others who were to alienate the sympathy of the Ameri can people from the Negro. Since that time Mr. Griggs has been hard at work in an endeavor to so formu late the case of his race that it would be impregnated when presented. An nouncement is made that he has at last completed his presentation and is now ready to lay it before the American people. Shortly after the isembling of Con gress in next month, Mr. Griggs will appear in Washington, D. C, to pre sent the President, Vice President, ( auiae: Officers. Supreme Court Jus tices and each member of the United U States Senate and House of Repre sentatives a copy of the book, "Wis dom's Call " with . which he hopes to put America thinking right on the race eiucstion. A movement is on foot In the city to arrange for a farewell meeting on the eve of his departure for Wash ington. The meeting will be held at the St. John A. M. E. Church, Rev. S. L. Howard, pastor, on Monday night, December 4th, in which occasion Mr. Griggs, will deliver an address. W CLOTIHAG, HATS, FMlNISlilKCS Always to be had of us in the very Latest STYLES and at GREAT mONhY SAWING PRICES Look into our Show Windows See for yourself. 3;0 WEN STEI N'S itlfTiTii 4 v rvrt run v i nrpit'i; v i vi rn 1 1 wn tij.v fc WE TAKE .OLD Fl'RNITl'HK AS FIIIST PAYMENT ON NEW j WIIEURY RUiNlTUM: GO. NOV,' AT 30."i.:J'J7 i'vt-tlH You j m vervassflsas; IHIOADWAY i. '. I I 111 V i iiiyni"iiiM 1 a jS- io n!l Ydiir (On viii'iiro P!!OM: 3IAIN r The Baptist Ministers' Alliance or While the National Baptist Conven the city has ah'eady taken action and tion was the organization that asked the indications are that the race In Mr. Griggs to do this work, it Is non Nashville will present a solid front denominational and wholly racial In on . that occasion. Nashville is espe- character. Other cities on the route cially interested as it is here that Mr. to Washington will also hold God-sped Griggs wrote six of the seven books meetings. Further statements con of which he is the autnor. ccrning the meeting here will appear.