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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER -17, 1913. 2L AS (r NEGRO DOLLS FREE Of Unbroken Progress IS THE RECORD MADE BY national Order of the Mo saic Templars of Amercia LOCATED IN Little Rock, Ark. This order was oranized in 1882 by J. B. Bush and C. W. Keatts, two Ne groes, aad has long since passed the experimental stage. HALF MILLION DOLLARS PAID TO WIDOWS AND ORPHANS. The National Order of the Mosaic Tfvmnlars cf America conducts Dls- . . . . ttv-j- nrA Tliirial 11 a- partments, and through these de partments, has paid to widows and orpht-nt and beneficiaries of deceased members the enormous sum of a Hair Million Dollars. SUBSTANTIAL PROOF OF RELIABILITY. Failures and frauds have been so numerous in organizations of this character that the public is naturally skeptical. We cite you the following evidences of our reliability, and same may be verified by spending a little time investigating: The order is now erecting a Nation al Temple Duilding in Little Hock, Ark., at a cost of $G0,000, the same being erected out of the orders sur plus funds, and no extra building tax er assessment has been lei;od upon the members. This has never, been heard of in the history of fraternal orders. This order has never levied an extra tax upon its members to pay off anv kind of obligation, and not o single instance can be cited during thirty-two years, where the order has failed to meet promptly its just obil rotiAna f thA nponle. In our En dowment department, the ninety-day j waiver, which appears in most certi-, ficates, has never been taken advant-1 age cf, because the order has always ; had sufficient funds to meet its claim3 j death is made. Our i Endowment department is national j end has been inspected irom ume iu time bv various insurance commis sioners". The order nas come out of each inspection with flying colors. a a erow older, instead of decreas ing, our Endowment surplus is grow-, tag, as the following win snow: '- ' - - ' 'ft' : ' A "'t - BISHOP J. H. JONES, The East Tennessee Conference of i Memphis, November 12th, the West the A. M. E. Church will convene at, Tennessee brethren will meet. Bishop Fayetteville October 22nd. The Mid- 'J., II. Jones will preside over ah of die Tennessee Conference will meet these gatherings, the following week at Pulaski. At j A LESSON IN FIGURES Endowment surplus, 1907..$ 6.049.57 VnHnwment surplus, 1908... 9,394.97 Endowment surplus, 1909. . .10.039.9a j Endowment surplus. 1910. . .18.440 .59 j Endowment surplus, 1911. . .30JG8.PS Endowment surplus, 1912. . .51,678.90 j Endowment surplus, 1913. . .71.198.26 (six months.) PATES PER YEAR AND BENEFITS PAID Mfn's Deportment, $11.75 per year; endowment, $300; sick boneflts, $3 per week; burtal, $50. Women's Department, $8.75 per year; endow ment, J?00; aick benefits, $2 per week; burial, $50. Children'.: De partment, $1.85 per year; endowment, $; sick benefits, $1 per veck; burial $20. The above rates Include all taxes, local lodg, 6t?.te and Supreme Grand Lodges. The endowment policies of $300 are grand and payable as fol lows: Should death occur during ttr first twelve calendar months. 1(100; after the first twenty-four calendar months, $200, nfter the first thirty-six calendar months, $300. LOCAL LODGE DIVISIONS. The order operates in four divis ions, and charter fees for organizing new lodges arc as follows: Temples for adults males, cost of charter, $15; Cnambers for adults fe males, cost cf charter, $10; Pal;cs for children, cost of charter, $5; L:ii- forui Hank, cost of charter, $5. j OPPORTUNITIES FOR ORGAN IZERS. The order is now conduct ins; a ration-wide campaign for members ;rV is allowing organizers the most, liber al contract ever given by any frat r nal order in the world. Purine the past twenty-four months we have, or ganized ('.00 new lodges. Some or ganizers have earned as high as fry) per month. Wo allow oranizers. under extension plan, to set up loeal lodges for the price of the charter fee For instance, an organizer would tot up a temple of sixty men at $2 each; that would amount to $120. His charter would cost $15, leaving him a net profit of $105. We are anxious to engage active young men anil wo men in all parts of the United States to organize lodges. Especially aro wo anxious to secure organizers In Illinois, Indiana, Virginia and West Virginia, Maryland, North and South Carolina, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, New York and Kansas. This oiler will not remain open indefinitely, and you had better write today for terms. Addns all communications to BOOSTER' CLUB 'TO KNOX VILLE, TENN. (Continued From Page Ntne.) the "boosters" will be a visit to the i Knoxville College, ' where several ot I the party will make "bouoater" I speeches. The management of the Ne gro Building at the Exposition will extend every courtesy that is possible tand it' Is being predicted on all sides that the young men will make a de cided impression every w iere. 1 ' The members will take turn about In making addresses and whil; some of the young men, will make their maiden speeches during this trip, they promise to . hold their own with -he more seasoned orators such as the versatile Dr. Jasper f. Phillips and others. The officers of the club are: Mr. J. J. Lay, president; Dr. J. T. Phil lips, vice president; Mr. J. Wyman Brady, second vice president; Mr. D. Wellington Berry, secretary; Mr. E. W. D. Isaac, Jr., assistant secre tary, and Mr. D. A. Hart, treasurer. The members of the Executive Com mittee are: Mr. R. P. Locklayer, cnair man; Mr. J. A. Davis, Mr. W. F. Pobertson, Mr. Felix S. White and Mr. C. P. Lay. inext Tuesday for the Union Station 'n vehicles furnished by Mr. W. II. McGavock, a warm supporter of the a 4 a 4. 1V Lb REV. JOHN SLAUGHTER, D. D., i Member N. B. Publishing Board. j "boosters." The party will return to Nashville Friday night, October 24. ! The final meeting of the club will be held at the Negro Board of Trade Friday, October 17th, and anyone ! wishing to join the party for the pur 1 pose 'of making the trip may do eo j at this meeting and will be given the I same attention and courtesies as the I members. FARMINGTON NOTES. The Mt. Carmel Baptist Church and pastor are rejoicing over their success in their revival. Rev. R. Ilayden assisted Rev. Ridley In the meeting. The church and pastor extends to him a welcome to visit us at any time. Quite a large crowd of colored and white witness- ed the baptizing Sunday, October 12. j There were 18 immersed in Duck j River and at night a soul-stirring ! sermon was preached on the Lord's Supper by the pastor, Rev. M. F. j Riley. , Mr. Charley Bates, the su ; perintendent of the Sunday-school is , always at his post. The concerts, ! prayer meetings will begin Wednes day night. Mt. Carmel is expected to visit the First Baptist at Lewis- burg next Sunday to witness their arge baptizing. Prof. Holt is get ting along nicely in his school work. Mr. M. Jones is still on the sick list. Mr. Luster Ewing and wife have moved to Columbia. Mrs. Fannie The party will leave from the Board Snelf and husband have bought and of Trade rooms on the -morning of moved to Sholbyville, Tenn. By Special Arrangement with the National Negro Doll Company f:'"'3 W&i '. V. ,. . . , ." . t The NASHVILLE GLOBE has made it possible for even) girl to have a Negro Doll FREE. You can get a 12 inch Doll or you get a 36 inch Doll It all depends on how much you talk. - .READ THE GLOBE PLAN- A 12 inch Negro will be ' given to every girl who will secure two yearly subscribers to the Nashville Globe at $ 1.50 each A 15 inch Negro Doll for four yearly subscribers at. 1.50 each A 17 inch Negro Doll for five year ly subscribers at 1.50 each An 18 inch Negro Doll for six year ly subscribers at 1.50 each A 20 inch Negro Doll for seven yearly subscribers at 1.50 each A 22 inch Ntgro Doll for eight yearly subscribers at 1.50 each A 26 inch Negro Doll for twelve ' yearly subscribers at 1.50 each A 30 inch Negro Doll for fourteen yearly subscribers at 1.50 'each ' ,i A 32 inch Negro Doll for eighteen , yearly subscribers at....... 1.50 each A 36 inch Negro Doll for twenty yearly subscribers at 1.50 each You do not have to secure all annual subscribers. If you can get 'enough subscribers at 6 months or 3 monthjs to have money equivalent to the amount a given number of annual sub scribers would pay, you get the doll just the same. For example: Two annual subscribers at $1.50 each would amount to $3.00, Any girl who will secure a number of subscibers and collect $3.00 ft 'om them, will get a 12 inch doll. This is the first time girls have had a chance to get a Negro Doll free, It only requires a little work after school. This ; offer will remain open until December 25th. Get busy girls, and get a Negro Doll for Christmas. Pall at the Globe office and get a sub SQription blank. Begin early so you will have time secure a 'Great Big Beautiful Doll Free. If you live out of the city write a letter, and the blanks will be mailed to you. CALL IN PERSON OR WRITE TO NASHVILLE GLOBE D. A. HART, Manager 447--4th Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn. i REV. A. 1). HURT, D. D. President Haptist State Conven tion. Pastor Rogers Memorial Bap- , v iniii;ii, iiiu.viiie vtuere aue tSate Convention convenes Wednesday. GUTHRIE (KY.) NOTES. Rev. Dr. Dennis preached two of the best sermons of his life Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Dickerson, of Cedar Hill, will .conduct the revival at Guild field this week. Mrs. Rebecca Sayles, of one of the oldest and most respect ed families, was knocked down by her cow and got her hip broken last week. Mr. Wm. Reeves, brother of Airs. Ben Childs, was shot accldently Sunday. Both of the'above are doing nicely under the care of Dr. Waytes. The State Line Infirmary has been remodeled Inside and outside, and painted and those who saw it a few days ago hardly knew it. Dr. J. M. Scott has returned from Louisville, Ky., where he made a visit to his wife. GALLATIN NOTES. i The remains of Mr. Edward . Head Jr., son of Mr. Walter Head, Sr., of this place who died at the home of his lister Mrs. Hattie Ann Mitchel In Nashville was shipped here last Wed ! nesday evening accompanied by bis J.E. BUSH Box 36 Little Rock, Ark.' Vm. Alexander, N.G.M., 504 1-2 W. Ninth St. Little Rock, Arkansas IMIONi: .MAIN .-. Tli Old Furnituro as FiratTaymcnt an Naw S IIKKKY FUICXITUKK CO. NOW AT :ior..:u7 iticoAitWAV ! lor.-ior nri avh- s. t'iMMlil Yon? fa inly i:Vi:ilYTIIIN. TO 1 I ICMS1I T1II5 HOSIU. PAY M KNTS M.VDK TO SUIT YOUR CONVr.MKNCK aunt Mrs. Alice Davis Bister, Miss Al ice Head and brother-in-law-and sis- i Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mitchel. Funer-j al service conducted by Revs. Lewis ; Withers and J. K. Jones at Key Chap- j el M. E. Church, Thursday. Mr. Li-; man Dismukes an aged and highly; respected citizen by both white and! colored people died Wednesday night Oct. 8th at his home on East Bled- soe st. Funeral services were heldj at Winchester St. Baptist Church, of; which he had been a member for ai long time, by Rev. Peter Vertrecs. Capt. C. S. Douglass (white) spokj! of his life as a citizen. He leaves; two sons and one daugther and a host i number of friends to mourn their loss. ' Those who attended Robertson County j fair at Sprinfleld, Thursday, Friday i and Saturday of this week from this place , viz Mr. Willie Rickman,- Miss Carrie Mayberry guests of the Misses Lucas. Miss Charity Carr and little er Albert Carr. Mr. D. B. Braek the 15th . Dayton ras throwned open ne ice Charity Lue Carr guest of broth ens guest Mr. C. B. Butts. Mrs. Alice Malone and children guest of Mrs. Pearl Bell. Mrs. Matilda Martin an! children and Mary Martin, guests of mother and father Mr. and Mrs. Dun lap and other relatives. Mrs. Ida II. Woods who was selected by the Ladies Board of the Robertson County Asso ciation to represent Sumner County, carried with her n number of exhibits from this place Thursday and re turned after a pleasant stay as the guest of Mrs. Callie McDearmont Sat urday night, bringing premiums with her as follows: Mrs. C. O. Harris, 1st premium for crochet tidy; Mrs. G. O. Ferguson, best white grape w'ne; Mrs, I. H. Woods was awarded $2.50 In gold piece for the best white cake; little Miss Edna T. Woods, premium for embroidered corset cover, and l't tie Miss Myrtle. Carr, premium for embroidered apron. The members of Key Chapel M. E. Church were de lighted when Rev. J. K. Jones return ed from -the conference at Murfrees boro as their pastor again. He preach ed Sunday morning to a large and appreciative congregation and at I night administered the Lord's Supper j to a large number. Those who Vis ilted friends at Murfreesboro and at tended the conference that we failed to report were: Messrs. Dock Jenkins and C. L. CrowoVr, Mrs. N. A. Ander j snn, Mrs. Nola Steele, Mrs. Kittle I Hogg and Master ITarry Payne. MIa 'Willie Cledenlng returned last week I from Louisville, Ky., from several months' stay with father and other relatives, and was accompanied by Mrs. Mattie Pool, who spent a few days with her and then returned to Nashville. Miss Clendenen left Mon day evening of this week for Nash ville to re-enter A. and I. State Nor mnl Sckool. Miss Abigail Baker haB returned from a pleasant trip to va rious places in Mississippi and Is looking fine. Mr. Edward V. Anthony is away visiting and attending the fairs at Jackson, Trenton, Memphis and Humboldt and reports a big time and good fairs in West Tennessee. Mrs. Katie Covington had an opera tion performed on her hand a few days 'ago and it is dolngnlcely. Mr. Wesley Winston was in Nashville last week. Mr. C. Fite, of Hendersonville, was the guest of Miss Hattie Winston Sunday. Mrs. Nettie Douglass and little daughter, Louise, were here Sunday from Hendersonville to - see Mrs. Fannie Wesley. DAYTON NOTES. Mrs. Thursday Roberts who went to Clinton on a visit to her mother and while there her baby boy little Charley took suddenly ill with croup and died in four days; he was four years old and was loved by all of the children, and his parents. Rev. J. G. L. Crip pens, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church was called to Spring City last Sunday to attend a special call. Rev. A. G. Smith filled the stand In his place. Lemmaral Cunningham who has been indisposed for some time with m-cted to live. Mrs. J. D. Miller who nas Deen inaesposcd for sometime with a paralytic stroke is not improving. The oldest child of Rev. J. Mi'ler Claud is indisposed. Mrs. Ben Dyer from the country was a visitor at the bedside of little Claud Miller last Sunday, also there was Rev. J. T. Thornton. Mrs. J. L. Lee Is indisposed with rheumatism this week. The an nual conference of the A. M. E. Zion Church will convene next Wednesday the 15th. Dayton has thrown open wide her doors for the large delegation which is expected to be present. Rev. S. P. Triggs has spared no palna to make everything pleasant for this con ference at his church. The writer hopes to give the full detail of the conference after Its session. Rev. G. W. Washington of College Hill has nccepted a job at Laffolette with the Laffolette Coal Co. Mrs. Slnla Broyles left last Wednesday for Laffo lette to join her mother and father Mr. and Mrs. A. Broyles.