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TrTR1 . NAsHVILLH GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY IS
DR. JOSSIE E. WELLS,
P iseases of Wonics and Children.
- Eiei'trlcal Massage Given at the
OFFICE. ' RESIDENCE.
4U Fourth Avenue, N., ' 77 Maple Street
'Phone 477. , 'Phone J3J8.
Office Hours: iotoi2 a.m., evening
u, by appointment. 10-27-06 tf
640 WETHORE ST.,
Practical Cleaner and Dyer
Ladies' and Gents Clothing.
m. 17. ksls67
Vesd, Goal, Ice and
ORDERS PROJIPTLY DELIVERED, GIVE lEA CALL
Yards Cor. Sixth Ave., and Jefferson st.
A riace of Interest
1508 HAMILTON ST.
Millinery, ai cascwt, ,
Garments. Notion, ,1 d Grt.
Holiday Goods. Material for Fancy Work
...... m Twitn Preasinc.
a specially, victui.iu5,4-v -" "
Glue Us a" Call.
Da B,n,firay Brs. LottU llerroJ.
Economical sS Laundry,
OWNED, OPERATED AND
CONTROLLED BY NEGROES.
We solicit your patronage. First-class
work at reasonable prices. Packages
called for and delivered to all parts of
the city. Give us a trial.
ARTHUR G. PRICE, Manager.
Telephone 4095. 412 Cedar Street.
Contractor and Builder,
"When you want Repair and Job Work
done, Screens a specialty. All work
guaranteed done satisfactorily, bhop:
210 Seventh Avenue, South.
Geo. A. Gary,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
COR. 7th AM) SILVAN STS.
Come to the
Mini Shnfl Stnrn
423 CEDAR STREET,
FOB SPECIAL BiROAIi OS
Shoes, Umbrellas and GSoves.
C. S. Randals,
S. j. Kesbit.
. 12.14-00 it
A beautiful suite of rooms
on the third floor of the Napier
Court 411 Fourth Ave-, North.
There are five rooms with a
trlass-stained partition. Will
be rented in whole or m part.
Can be used as a flat or .ode
J, C. Napier,
One Cent Savings Bank.
were exceeaiEg! Lapp - in their
araid-dinner speeches nnd Vho mpn
seated about that ban'pt' tahU ten
as proud of tbem as the xaen of any
race coum reel of its truly worthy and
Mrs. Emma Battle responded to the
loasi, now does the mother of an ed
itor feel?' She said, among other
tilings, that she loved her son !
good mothers do, but that it certain
ly made her feel proud to have a son
who is an editor.
Miss Nellie E. King spoke to the
.loast, "i he experiences of a proof
reader on The Globe." She told in
a. pretty little speech the "up and
downs" of cettinc the matter sent in
in shape for the press and the reading
Mrs. Ida Harlan, speaking to the
toast Of "One Of the first emnlnvepn
of the Globe Company," said that her
connection with it had been pleasant.
Miss Hettie E. Phillins told in a
concise and pithy manner her experi
ences "As a Globe aeent and rpnnrtpr
m uast Nashville."
Mrs. D. A. Hart was eiven a change
to say some humorous things In her
response to "The Globe on Billy Goat
Miss Nannie I. Sumner, in handling
the toast, "The Globe as the outside
world sees it," indulged: in some jolly,
laughable . witticisms at the expense
of . the congenial editor and a long-
lone editorial he had p
weeks ahead of time so he would not
be bothered during Christmas week.
Mrs. Elvira DeBerrv. present clerk
in the Globe office, in responding to
"My work in the Globe nfflnft" sal
that she liked it better than anv wrrk
In which she had ever been emnloved.
Mrs. Harriet A. Boyd told "How a
mother likes for her sons to be in the
Journalistic field." She said that she
was indeed glad to know that she had
reared sons who were -capable of so
nooie a caning.
We will not recount the particular
tnougnt tnrown out by the gentlemen
present, but suffice it to say they
measured up to the occasion with epi
grammatic speeches which teemed
with humorous, catchy sayings which
brought forth rounds of lauehter nd
applause. These speeches were not J
witnout other strong and pointed
One beautiful thing obtained, only
the one speaking was deprived of par
taking of the good things while he or
she spoke all . others ate while they
listened; but the advantage broke
even as each one was called on to take
Ms turn at speech-making.
This banquet was given In commem
oration of the progress made by the
Globe in its. first year of existence.
Four capable men have watched over
its fortune, steered its doHcv and
shaped its destiny.
The Globe came into existence as
a much-needed weaDon of defense, a
champion of its neonle's Heht. Pnr
no higher mission could it have come
into the field of Journalism, than to
taite up the cause of its people, who
are unjustly vllllfled. maliened and
abused in every section of this now (?)
great country. There was that hon
est, earnest rine in the voicft of thin
young champion as it stepped into the
arena, armed cap-a-pie with pen and
brains, to do battle vigorous, strong
battle for the weak, that it became
popular from the beginning.,
ihe blobe stands forth a nonnlar
idol with the people, because they
know that their every interest will be
subserved by it On the Vnira
vil of reason there are thunderbolts of
facts and truths beine forced tn h
hurled by the strone arm of this
young Jupiter at the malignant heads
of misrepresentation and the false
sophistries of the enemies of an on-
In COneladon. the hone la enter-
tnincl that the Globe may celebrate
each successive anniversary, in the
coming y::'rs, with greater and more
resplondt results attempted and
achieved. Viva la Globe.
The fallowing is the elaborate menu
Turkey with Cranberry Sauce.
Celery. Green Peas.
Chiclr S ilad. Potato Chips.
Brick Cvf am. Layer Cake.
Black Ooflee with Cheese Straws.
LETTERS OF REGRET.
, Boston, Mass.
January 12, 1907.
MR. J, O. BATTLE,
The Globe Publishing Co.,
My Dear Mr. Battle. Through you,
I wish to convey my congratulations
to the N?shville Globe on the occa
sion of its celebration of its first an
niversary. Tfc-e paper is the most use
ful and carfa'dv edited and neatly
printed of toy that come to my office,
and I hope for it, aboundant success
during the coming year.
I wish to thank you also for send-
ing me the invitation to meet you
aft the Spa Cafe on Friday night;
wmcn, or course, I cannot do.
Scores 0! letters have been received
by the members of the OInhe Publish
ing Company from persons expressing
their regrets at not being able to be
present at their first anniversarv
These letters have come frora various
parts of the United States and are
not confined to ex-Nashvillians. but
come from the many readers of the
Globe who have watched the progress
made by us in the field of iournalism
Some that have been rerelvAd nro
as follows: Mr. Gus Johnson .Tr
Pan Antonio. Texas: Miss Lottie wn.
Hams, . Richmond, Va.; Miss Martha
iiunington Goode, Colllngton, Md.;
Mr. Oliver J. Carter, San Antonio,
Tex.; Miss Belma Mahan. Little Til ok
ahc; Air. Jess M. Bumbrey, San An
lomo, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
CheathamRichmond. Va.: Mrs. Sarah
M. Hughes. San Antonio. Tpy Mica
wester u. Brown, now in Normal, Ala.;
Miss Katie Evans. Tuskeaee. Ala
Miss Annie C. Fountelrov. Pln Bluff
Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Yarber, Chi
cago, in.; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Benefleld,
not bprlngs, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. T
JS. Hall. Palestine. Texas: Mr. and
Mrs. James Battle. Camden N T
Rev. Herman Tyree, Texas; The Free
man, Indianapolis. Ind Miss M Tf
Lyons, Brooklyn. N. T.: iMr. John W.
Battle, Camden, N. J. ; Mr. Geo. Willis
Kurrill, Brooklyn. N. Y Mr. and Mrs
James I. Battle. Camden. N. J.: Mr.
and 'Mrs. J. Milton Easterling, Chat
tanooga, Tenn., ; Mrs. T. Burrill. Brook
lyn, N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs. Chas Mnsa
'Denver. Col.: Mr. Phil. H. Brown. TCdl.
tor of the Morning News, Hopkinsville,
is.y.; miss uora E. Hall, Chattanooga,
Tenn .; Dr. J. P. Frlerson. Chattanooea.
Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thomas,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. DeWees, Miss
ueorgia Bradford, Nashville.
THIRD. ANNUAL REPORT ONE
, CENT SAVINGS BANK.
(Continued from1 page 1.)
positor and every stockholder and still
nave naa on hand a nice little flnan.
cial showing. Then it would net have
to close its doors. There is not a
banking ' institution, trust
nor any other institution in the city
vl tujuvuie iaaz can snow more.
I again ask whv in it w& An.
have the Negroes' patronage? I now
assert as BtocKnoiders, depositors and
customers of this, institution
US Ought to nubllsh on tha hlo-h
from the platform and through the
ficss, ana leu our people of these
facts, and demand of thftm t iAret
portion of their patronage.
The following Is the monthly and
annual clearance of the bank as la
shown from the Dacea of miv lad
and sworn to by the Cashier and Tell
er. Checks. Deposits. Totals.
Jan, ...$26,313.64 $21,676.88 $47,990.52
Feb. ... 17,848.54 18,359.22 36,206.76
Majrch.. 17,746.36 29,886.12 47,63248
April.. 29,912.43 23,870.32 53,782.75
May ... 21,899.32 21,622.70 43,522.02
June... 19.479.15 36,243.09 55,722.24
July.... 36.615.03 27J57fXRa
Aug 17,446.66 16.612,84 34.059'.50
Sept. .. 19,026.82
Dec. ... 21.080.86
Total Checks for the vear
Total Deposits for the
year 1906 292,628.96
Total Clearance for year
The particular and itemized financial
standing will be. reported to you by
After the president's annual ad
dress, Hon. J. C. Napier, the cashier,
made a very insniriner snAPh ttq
referred partly to the confidence the
oanx nad made among the individ
ual depositors, its own stockholders
and other financial lnstitntia
which it is said ought to encourage
more conndence among our own peo
ple. The statements show that n-nW
two months in the present year had
iaiien Denind the monthly business
during 1905. This, however, was
overcome in the total, which was over
$50,000 in business.
Report of the One ..Cent Savings
Bank made to the ComntrniiAr fnr hQ
month of December, 1906:
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 31. 1906.
Comptroller of the Treasury,
Dear Sir: The following Is an ex
act statement of the condition nf tho
One Cent Savings Bank of Nashville;
U)imty of Davidson, at the close of
business, Dec. 31, 1906.
Loans and Discounts $22,461.86
Due from banks
and bankers ... 815.1 R1 in
Checks and other
cash items 505.88
Have You Catarrh?
Do Your Eyes Trouble You?
Do You Need Glasses?
OR HAVE YOTJ ANY
TROUBLE "WITH YOUR
EYES, EARS, NOSE
IT SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman
ROOMS 2 and 3
Total Resources $38,589.03
Capital stock paid in $ 2,455.00
surplus and Undivided Prof
its (less expenses and -
taxes Daid) 1 fifing
individual Deposits subject
to check 34,473.1
Total liabilities ......... .$38,589.03
I. J. C. Napier. Cashier of the a nnvfi
named One Cent Savines Bank, dn
solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief, and that the same was
or will be published in the GlohA n
Nashville, Tenn., on January 6th, 1907
isigneaj j. c NAPIER,
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
uns aist day of December, 1906.
(Signed.) C. N. LANGSTON.
(Seal.) Notary Public
Th& followlne directors wpro re
elected: Lewis Winter, J. W. Grant,
W. D. ChaDDelle. T. G. Ewlne- .t a
Cullom, Wm. Haynes, J. B. Bosley,
jb. jenerson, G. W. McKIsslck, R.
. Boyd, J. S. Martin. Wm. Beckham.
' S. Randals. Henry Allen Bovd.
w-v u WbViO VAlb JlJLLX
lenry A. Boyd, were re-eleotAd ' w
being the only new director on the
Doara, succeeding Rev. G. I. Jackson,
whose residence is moved from the
The Board of directors hld a meet.
Jig immediately, after the adimirn.
menc oi ine stocKnoidera. It was
. A. A 1 1 - . .
called to order bv Rev. R. H. nnvd
All were present except J. A. Cullom,
who was represented by proxy. The
omcers were elected for tha p.tisIi,
mg year as follows: R. H. Boyd, Pres-
aent J. W. BostiC Vice Presldetit!
J, a Napier, Cashier.
THEN, THE MILLENNIUM.
Free the race of o"ne third nf tha
hypocrites, and bridle the Associate
ress with a "riD saw bit" ami lvnr.h.
ngs will be a thine of the oast. Rints
will be as scarce as hen teeth and af-
airs similar in name to the Brown-
ville occi'rrence will be looked upon
as a dream, imaginary, fiction and
an idea known only to the witch
craft believers. The Owensboro,
(Ky.), Kentucky Reporter. .
HENDERSON CROSSROADS NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Woods were here
Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
: Miss Susie Miller, of Nashville,
spent Sunday here, the guest of Miss
Janie S. Wade.
Mr. John H. Polk spent Monday in
Mr. Eddie Lyghtle, of Nashville,
came home Sunday very ill.
Mrs. Dick Wade i3 Indisposed this
Mr. Lyttleton Wade, of Dyersburg,
returned home last week after spend
ing a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Goodman and
little son spent a pleasant day last
Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. Ab
bie Goodman. '
Mrs. Abbie Goodman gave a blrth
dinner last Sunday. The table
was beautifully decorated with green
cuttings. Those present were Mr.
nd Mrs." Alex. Goodman, Misses Lena
and Mary McKnight, Mrs. Maria Cook.
Mr. Lioskin Goodman, of Nashville,
Mr. Jno. H. Polk. A three-course
menu was served.
Mr. Dick Wade, who has been suf
fering with rheumatism, is getting
The Christmas merriments in this
community were A success.
GRAND LODGE! K. OP P.
G. C. J. P. CRAWFORD.
706 Bass Street, fashvllle, Tena.
GVV. C. L M, STEGiiLL,
P. G. fj. J. H. LaPRADE, .
' Chattanooga, Tenn.
G. P. REV. T. J. TOWNSEND.
Box 148, Brownaville, Tenn.
u. M. of is. B. F. JOHNSON,
850 E. 8th Street. Chattanooga, Tenn.
G. L J. M. EASTERLING, -
903 Georgia Ave., Chattanooga, Tena.
G. K. R. S. DR. R. W. ALLEN,
124-126 E. 9th St., Chattanooga, Tenn.
G. M. A. JOHN SINGLETON,
G. I. O. A. T. HILL,
G. M. R. E. GEE,
G- O. G. A. W. G LEAVES, '
G. Att'y. J. THOMAS TURNER.
G. M. R. DR. ATM. TOWNSEND,
. JA Webster St., Nashville, Tenn.
ENDOWMENT BOARD: W. P. Rey
nolds, Pres., W. L. Cansler, Secy.
B, F. Johnson, Treas., B. J. Fernandia.
ivjuuninun COMPANY NO. 5.
", u. R. K. OF p.,
Meets each Mnnri 1- .
reilows AmuaemAnt tiii
TTI ucr luw.
Union TnninAi4.MA. r
. XI. OViVVJVlAW, TOpt., ,
2-2JS-06-utf BR0UGHT0N' Rwordtr.
DAMON LOnnm wn v
.w. , ur r.
M6tt at th PTthlmn Trl.
Qer of Fifth nd Cnitrti nJLJ. vT
second and fourth Wednesdaya of eacb
WM. BOGER, C. CY
W. U UANSLER, K. Of a ft 8.
STRINGER LODGER NO. t.
Meets ' at Burma
weaar and Meixmnn r.. -
and fourth Moadaya of each moath,
un. tr. it. BURRUS, O. C. .
W. A. JAMES, K.otR, AS.
IVANHOB LODOD, NO.
Meeta at tha PrtMn Tamnt.
ner of. Fifth and Canitnt
second and fourth Thursdayi of 'aacb
J. F. IRONS, C.C.
J. E. MILLER, K. of R. aad a
TTREB LODGE, NO. 11,
Meeta at tha PvthUr.
ner of Fifth and Capitol aveauea, the
first and third WednA9rtr a .k
month. . ,
W. H. ALLISON, C O.
J. B. SMITH, K. of R. A S. ,
LIGHTFOOT LODGE, NO IT.
Meeta at tha Pvthian Tamnu
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, the first
and third Mondays of each month.
njuhn p. PORTER, a O.
. A-J HADDOX, K. of a aad 8.
'URITY LODG53, NO. 42, K. OF P.,
Meets at the Pythian Tumnl rnrnw
of Fifth and Canitol
and fourth Tuesdays of each month.
BAILEY TURNER, C. C.
W. M. ALLEN. K. of It aad S.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. 72. R.
Meets at the Pythian Tfimnt
of Fifth and Capitol avenues, second
and fourth Mondays of each month.
D. W. CRUTCHER. C. C.
THOMAS C. MOORE, K. of R
JUST IN TIME.
That the youne men of thft ninhn
are on hand when needed was evi
denced a night or so atro. when nna nf
them undoubtedly helped to save the;
ie or a veteran equine on Jo Johnston
avenue. The horse had fallen on the
rails of the street car track and the
;wo boys In the waeron cams tn tho
conclusion that it would require less
energy to leave the poor brute on the
:racK tnan to try and get him on his
'eet The Good Samaritan nt tha
Globe called for volunteers and in a
very short time the decrenit. nnadm.
ped was raised from the ground," the
newspaper man acting as a prop, un-
11 me animal nad recovered his equl
brum. On account of the excellent, shnwinp
of the trained nurses at Mfirrv TTnn.
pital, they are in great demand.