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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1911.
R. J. Lvles. Pre W. L. Pierce, Se. & Treas. U. G. Nichola, Genl Mt. f Volunteer Manufacturing Go. UNION VIADb 200 PUBLIC SQUARE MANUFACTUEREK OF VOLUNTEER JUMPERS, OVERALLS, PANTS CHURCH DIRECTORY. Mt. r.rrniL BmilT Chcich. Sunday ebol .8W a. a. ; preaching 11 :30 a. m. ft, b. ko4 9 :0i) . at. ; NBawoo tret Bda ; prajer-BMtlng Taeatej Bight. Bro. M Hum, npMUDnt. 714 bTky street; ftlr LMi B. Harriet, Bwnatf, $2 fcerr atrMt; Err. A M. lirrttt, mb jbf, 82 Bwrjr rt; bro. mmm Hall, fereB crttary. Claie Mbmobial U. I. Chdbc, 80S Pwanklln street Rev. R. T. Weetker), testor, reside? 20 North Hill street fconday-achool :1S a. a.; prates in Su wy 11 a. m. md 7:80 p. m.; ttpwert tosfos, 9:16 p. m. ; praysr-BMsttot Wednesday 7 :0 p. m ; clsss-BmtiBg Fri day. 7:80 p. m. La atbncb Cbbibtiam Cxcbcb. Ban day school :S0 a. m. ; preaching and rum Bunion 11 a. u. ; i hrlstlan Badvor 7 p. m. ; preaching, night service, H p. m. ; prayer-tiitetlBf Wednesday evening jk m. Elder Irrston Taylor, pastor, 441 Kwirth avenue, North : Mr. Charlie 1'owelH. vfcurch clerk; MIsk Ida D. Mallory, super tytendeni of Sunday scbool ; MUa Martha Turner, secretary. Union Congregational PHnn'R. Fian Unith:htt. Y. M. C. A.,Theotorical Hall J Sunday) 6:00 a. m. : preaching, tlsk Me lortal Chapel (Sunday), 11 M . m. , Sunday school 1 :00 p. m. ; prayer-meeting (Wednesday, Lirlngston Hall) 7 :00 p. os. Rev. C. W. Morrow, D. D.. paster. Fihbt Baptist Chcbch, Eighth avenue. Srth. Sonday-ichool 9:80 a. m. preach ing Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ; Corasau ulon, First Sunday In rarh month,-11 a. m. ; teachers'., meeting Tuesday, 7 :80 p. m. , prayer-meeting Tuesday, 8 :00 p. m. Re. W. 8. Ellington, I). li., pastor, 91-1 Seven teenth r.vene, North ; Prof. 8. P. HarrU, church clerk, 1730 Jefferson street ; Prof . J. D. Crensbsw, superintendent, .123 Sec ond avenue, North ; ; Miss Octavla Coffey, Sunday-school secretary. 1624 Stats street. Mt. Olivb IlAfTiST Chxibch, Cedar street. Sunrise prayer-meeting ij a. u ; Sunday-school 9 :30 a. m. ; preaching Sun day at 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. ra. ; lirst Sun day, communkvn services at 3 :80 p. ra. , teachers' meeting Tuesday evenings 7:80; prayer-meeting Tuesday evening at 7 :80 ; preachlnK Thnrsday night; Rev. C. H. Clark, D. P., pastor, 010 Jo Johnston avenue: Mr. Philip Douglass, 180 Jackson stret t. church cl( rk ; Rev. T. J Lewis. Sunday-school superintendent, 1210 Clinton street; Mr. Andrew Allison, Run cray-school secretary, Jackson street : Wom en's Missionary Society Monday afternoon 2 :80 o'clock. t When ou want any thing- the in lino of 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 T1SDALE, Ayt. Wm. YOUNG . PROPRIETOR OF Young's Hotel 710 - CEDAR STREET Recular rales $1.00 to $1.5 per day. Will give special attention to private suppers and Mter thea tcr parties. Prepared to serve from 2 to 40. LUMBER AIIO GOAL GO. We will sell you your WINTER SUP PLY of coal. We will sell you lumbe and build your house. Call us for either PHO.Y'E mil 271. 1012 HAJIIITM STREET. DR. C. V. ROMAN, SPECIALIST IN Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases is now permanently located in his new building 1303 Church Hi. The Place For Siok People to Get Well Safely, Quickly and Soundly IS AT THE Rock City Sanitarium All acute or chronic non-contagious dis eases treated successfully WITHOUT DRl'GS. Rheumatism, diseases of the nerves, blood, kidney, liver and stomach' especially benefitted by our methods, -dieting, baths, electricity, massage, etc. Spe cial wards for surgical and obstetrical cases. Fine location and splendid equip ment. Rates within the reach of all. WRITE IIS TOR FL'RTIIER PARIICUURS The Rock City Sanitarium PHONE WALNUT 87 D Ft . L. l-)UfcILL BLAKE MEDICAL DIRECTOR 316 Pouter St.. NashvUU, Teas. Collection Plates for Church or Sunday School J These collection plates are made of thoroughly seasoned selected, best grade stock. . PRICES. 10 INCH DIAMETER Dark Oak HI .TK each or 2 for H.I.OO Light Oak K2.00 each or 2 for KZt.KO Quartered Oak 82.75 each or 2 for K5.UO Imitation Mahogany ...81 .50 each or 2 for 82.7. 12 INCH DIAMETER Dark Oak 82.00 each or 2 for Light Oak K2.KO each or 2 for H I.KO Quartered Oak 83.2S each or 2 for KU.OO Imitation Mahogany . . .8 1.75 each or 2 for 83. OO Wicker Caskets for Collec tions. No. 1. 2 1-2 inches deep, 9 inches in diame ter, l'rice 5Uo each. No. 2. 2 1-2 inches deep, 9 inches in diame ter neatly finished l'rice 75c encli. No. 3. Made with handle 24 inches long, 2 3-4 inches deep, 9 inches in diameter. Price 8 l.OO each. The above prices include delivery charges. ORDER FROM National Baptist Publishing" Board, 523 SECOND AVE., NORTH. NahvilU. - - TI5NN. CREOLE HAIR A SPECIALTY C. 15. KAIIOUX, MANUFACTURER OF Hail.' (Good., 220 FIFTH AVE., NORTH, iv a n 11 v 1 1 a a:, t i:rs i i: s is k. Ten per cent disronnt to all who preant this advrtinement. 2000 X. 13. BROIAN THE BARBE 1106 Cedar St. Sharp razors, clean towels and expert barbers. Satisfaction Guaranteed. PAWNED OVERCOATS FOR SALE CHEAP AT WEINSTEIN BROS. PAVNRR()KERS 239 and 409 College Street. Corner Public Square National Furniture Company DEALERS IN New and Second-Hand Furniture, Stoves, Etc. Highest Prices Paid for Second-Hand Furniture Telephone Main 4S93 We Sell on Ea by 1 ajmcnt 1C IS Jelferson S ALUMNI FESTIVAL A SUCCESS. Under ithe auspices of the Hubbard Hospital Association, and for the ben efit of that hospital, the Autumn Fes tival whL'ch had been previously an- neunced, came off at the Odd Fel lows' Hall on the evenings of No vember 21st, 22nd and 23rd, and proved a very successful event. The attendance on the several evenings was large, and there was a total realization of about $100.00. The Meharry Y. M. C. A. on Sun day afternoon, November 2Cth, held its regular weekly meeting at 3:30 o'clock, and very brilliantly discuss ed "The Advantages of Education." lne discussion was led by Mr. J. T. Breedlovc, of the Senior Medical Class, and Messrs. Cammack, McRuf fin and Scott took an active part xa,.-- -,'1. , , , .. ,; , A Nl., J. B. KENNEDY Livery, Boarding and Sales Stable Up-o-latw AUTOSIOIIIL15 For Hire 410 Third Ave., N. Telephone M. 4156 CARD OF THANKS. I sincerely thank my many friends for their kindness shown toward me duTttag the long illness of my hus band. MRS. ALBERTA DeMOSS. RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE. Touching the Death of Our Brother and Classmate, C. H. Coit. Whereas, Death is the inevitable incident of every human career; it despises the sword arid shield of the warrior, laughs at the precautions suggested by science; and, Whereas, No human agency can make obstructions high enough to shut it out, and no house, be it ever so humble, can accept its ravages; and, Whereas, Love, the most potent force known to man love, which links human to divine is pow. in its presence; therefore be it Resolved, That we, the Senior Class of 1912, of Meharry Med.cal College, extend to the bereaved relatives of our brother our heartfelt sympathy, and commend to them tho Great Com forter who is the panacea for all our earthly ills and who doeth all things well, and is ever mindful of all his children. Be it further, Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the relatives of our deceased classmate, and that thoy. also be published in the Nash ville Globe. Respectfully submitted, G. N. FURLOW, President. Committee: J. S. SCOTT. R. G. BUCKNER. L. II. GILMORE, Circscent HDrag Store J. W. ISIfiH.UT V ., Proprietor Has an ideal line of Drugs and Chemicals Headquarters for the celebrated AMERICAN HAIR GROW ER and SOAP NI'KCIAL. ATTENTION (ilVKN lMIKKCIIIPTIONS Townsend Bldg., 537 Main St. Phone Walnnt S71 "WHITE'S SPECIFIC" THH tSIlKATKST OF ALL HICAITTIFIIJUH. A wonderful FACE CUE A 3 that positively duel all that is claimed for it. Cures lHmplea and Wngwvrms, removes Tan, Freckles, Sunburn, Liver lUntches and other Facial discolora tions. A perfect BLEACH that beautifies the Complexion, without injury to the must delicate skin. Its merit has given u a national reputation. "ONCE USED ALWAYS USED," has been the experience of our thousands of customers. A trial will convince you. lUIC:i 2.i AT ALL mtUCifilKTN. WHITE'S SPECIFIC TOILET COMPANY, NASHVILLE. TENN. DON'T FAIL TO ATT KM) Slaughtering Sale OF ALL KINDS OF PAWNBROKER GOODS AT 004 BRO A DUAY $10,000 MORE FOR TUSKEGEE. Special to tho Globe. Philadelphia, Nov. 27. The Tus kegee Normal and Industrial Insti tute, of which Dr. Booker T. Washing ton Is Principal, has just received a legacy of $10,000 from the estate of the late Maria Blancjard, of this city. Perry & Lester Coal Co. Wholesale and Itrlail Dealers Su )AIL TANNER HENDRICK, Manager. Yards: 606 Second Ave., N. Phone Main 29. NEGRO PRESS CALLED. Special Meeting of the National Ne gro Newspaper Men Said to Have Been Called to Con vene in Nashville. From information gained from the recording secretary of the National Negro Press Association, whoso knowledge came from the correspond ing secretary, Hon. W. E. King, ed itor of the Dallas Express, Dallas, Tex., it is probable that Nashville will see the greatest gathering of representative Negro newspaper men in the history of Negro journalism. Mr. Henry A. Boyd, recording sec retary, states that Hon. M. M. Lewey, veteran newspaper man. bMng edi tor of the Florida Sentinel, of Pen sacola, Fla., and President of the Na tional Negro Press Association, hav ing been re-elected at the recent session in Little Rock. Ark., has cal'.cd a meeting of the officers and executive committee to be held in Nashville, Tenn., during the holiday season. Efforts have been made to reach Mr. Lewey to ascertain the ex act date of this proposed meeting. The fact that the information comes from Mr, King removes all doubt about the meeting, as it is a known fact that W. E. King, of Dal las; II. A. Boyd, of Nashville; Fred E. Moore, of New York, and M. M. Lowey, of Pensacola, Fla., have been working since the adjournment of the Little Rock meeting to have the officers and the entire Executive Board, of which the Hon. Fred R. Moore, editor of the New York Age, is charman, hold a meeting for mid winter to determine upon some con certed action on the part of the Negro newspapers of the United States, re ligious and secular, that will be of interest to the race. It is freely predicted around Nash ville that the two big ' publishing houses here and the other Negro printing establishments will stand be hind such a movement if a plan can be offered by which all of the Negro papers and magaznes could serve the race in a more acceptable man ner. Not a few of the official staff of the Negro Press Association, nor of the executivp committee censures the style or kind of matter carried in the weekly papers; but, as was argued by some of the best newspaper men in the country in Little Rock, there is room for improvement. At any rate, this big quartette is composed of a representative from the Lone Star State, the Peninsula State, the Empire State, and the Volunteer HILARY E. HOWSE PHONE, MAIN 1096 HOWSE BROS. FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY We Can Furnish Your Home Complete fro-n Parlor to 1 itchen We Take Old Goods as First Payment; Balance weekly or Monthly 304-306-308 BROADWAY NASHVILLF, TENN. TEACH YOUR DOLLARS TO HAVE MORE SENSE. The Nobby Tailoring Go, All SiuIn All Overcoat! n SIS No More MADH TO OKI) Kit MAIIIC TO FIT 220 Fourth Ave., North E. G. MILLER, Manager NASHVILLE, TENN. II W. IS. KAUFMAN 1IKALKK IN GENUINE PINE KNOT JELLICO AND Tel M si. 1 SI I'c.urlli Avenue, North. sr. WE TAKE OLD FURNITURU AS FIRST PAYMENT ON NEW WIIERRY FURNITURE GO. NOW AT 305-307 BROADWAY Credit You? Certainly ISveryih.iig to FuriiiIi the Homo l'nynieiitM 3InI to Suit Your Convenience l'HONK MAIN ! State, is succeeding in arousing much interest in the Press Association. It is said that one of the plans to be discussed at the Nashville meet ing will be the establishment of a newspaper service that will furnish tho country with bright, sparkling and interesting news matter of the happenings throughout the United States up to Wednesday morning of each week for publication Friday and Saturday. They claim that this can be done at a very small cost, and that arrangements can be made for the transmission of this matter, put ting it into the hands of the news papers in time for publication each week. The second plan tc be con sidered will be the daily newspaper project which has been brewing con tinually, and which, if pushed, will mean the establishment in some cen tral portion of the United States a daily and national newspaper, opera ted by Negroes with news service complete from every portion of the United States. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. December Rules, 1911. John Crosby vs. Lena Crosby. 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 can not be served upon her; it is therefore ordered that said defendant enter her appearance herein at the Octrber term of the Davidson County Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nash ville, Tennessee, on the 1st Monday in December, it being a rule day of this Court, and defend, or said com plainant's bill will be taken for con fessed as to her and set for hearing ex parte. It is therefore ordered that a copy of this order be publish ed for four weeks in succession in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper pub lished in Nashville. L. M. IIITT, Clerk. E. R. RUTHERFORD, D. C. J. P. RIIINES, Solicitor for Complainant.