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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 24. 1017.
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First Free Deed in Fisk University Plan
IN CASE OP DEATH.
WHEREAS, on the 26th day of February, 1907, Rose Smith
entered into a contract with the Realty Savings Bank & Trust
Company to purchase a lot in the FISK UNIVERSITY PLAN,
and
WHEREAS, the Realty Savings Bank & Trust Company
agreed in the event of her death before the purchase price had
been paid in full to make a warranty deed without further pay
ments to Mattie Smith, her daughter, provided, all installments
were paid in advance for a period of two weeks, AND, WHERE
AS, said payments were kept in advance two weeks, and
WHEREAS, the said Rose Smith died the 12th day of May,
1907,
NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION of the premises,
the Realty Savings Bank & Trust Company, a corporation or
ganized under the laws of Tennessee, and having its main office
in Davidson County, Tennessee, has bargained and sold, and does
hereby transfer and convey unto Mattie Smith, (col.) , an un
married woman, her heirs and assigns, certain land situated in
the town of West Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, more
fully described as follows : Being lot No. 4 in Block No. 36 in
FISK UNIVERSITY PLAN, which is an unrecorded plan, and
more fully described thus:
Beginning at a point in the west margin of Marmion Street,
said point being seventy-five (75) feet from the northwest cor
ner of said Marmion Street and Zollicoffer Street; running
thence northwardly along the west margin of said Marmion
Street twenty-five (25) feet to a point; thence westwardly and
parallel to Zollicoffer Street one hundred and fifty (150) feet to
the east margin of an alley twenty (20) feet wide; thence south
wardly along the east margin of said alley twenty-five (25) feet
to a point; thence eastwardly one hundred and fifty (150) feet
to the point of beginning.
TO HAVE and TO HOLD the said lands, with the improve
ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging to the said Mattie
Smith, her heirs and assigns, forever. . And the said Realty
Savings Bank & Trust Company covenants with the said Mattie
Smith that it is lawfully seized and possessed of said land, has a
good right to convey it, and that it is unencumbered ; and it does
further covenant ard bird itself and successors to warrant and
forever defend the title to saia lard to the said Mattie Smith, her
heirs and assigns, against the lawful claims of all persons whom
soever. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Realty Savings Bank & Trust
Company has caused this instrument to be
signed by its General Manager and attested
(SEAL.) by its Secretary, under its corporate seal,
this the 21st day of May, A. D. 1907.
REALTY SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY,
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Secretary.
General Manager.
STATE OF TENNESSEE :
COUNTY OF DAVIDSON:
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Before me, J. Lee Bland, a Notary Public, in and for said State
and County, duly qualified and commissioned, personally ap
peared Daniel C. Buntin and W. B. Felts, with whom I am per
sonally acquainted, and who upon oath acknowledged themselves
to be the General Manager and Secretary, respectively, of the
Realty Savings Bank & Trust Company, the within named bar
gainor, a corporation, ard that they as such General Manager
and Secretary, being authorized so to do, executed the foregoing
instrument for the purposes therein contained, by signing the
name of the corporation by themselves as General Manager and
Secretary, respectively.
Witness my hand and official seal at office in Nashville, Ten-
nessee, this the 21st day of May, A. D. 1907.
(seal.) Notary Public.
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Our Superinlendenrs and
Teacher's llaiulbo k. contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug
gestions, School Readings, Mus
ical Suggestions, etc. lor t lie In
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Girls' Champion Basket Ball Team of Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn.
OBITUARY.
Mrs. Enslee Howell Martin, the be
loved wife of Dr. D. L. Martin, de
parted this life Friday, May 10, at
their residence . on Fifth avenue,
South. Mrs. Martin was a devoted
wife and mother and a consistent
Christian, having professed a hope in
Christ in her twelfth year. She was
a devout member of Clark Memorial
Chapel, from which her funeral was
preached Sunday, 'May 12, by Rev.
Mr. Johnson. She was 50 years old.
A husband, mother, five children and
three brothers survive her.
MARRIAGES.
Edward Baugh and Laura Bell.
Chester Cooper and Lennie Lytle.
John Henry Glipsie and Laura M.
Williams. 1
John Murphy and Jennie iDanna-
tvav.
John Henry Thompson and Ida May
Coleman.
Sam Allison and Mary Jane Patton.
Aaron Carney and Josie May Tal
bert. : Ed Roignier and Louella Patton.
, Ed. Primm and Janie Scruggs.
GRADUATING PIANO RECITAL.
A special piano recital will be given
at Fisk Memorial Chapel, Saturday
afternoon, May 25, at 4:15 o'clock, at
which time Miss Lizzie Julia Dean
Allen, of the music class of 1907, Fisk
University, will appear. She will be
assisted by Mr. Roland Wilson Hayes.
It is learned that the following pro
gram will be .rendered:
1. Beethoven Sonata, Op. 27, No.
2 (Moonlight Sonata). Adagio Alle
gretto, Trio Presto.
2. Hastings By the Sea.
Becker Springtide.
3. ChopinImpromptu, Op. 20.
Etude, Op. 25, No. 9.
Ballade, G .Minor.
4. De Koven The Nightingale and
the Rose.
Cadman the Tryst.
Mrs. II. II. A. Beach Spring.
5. Rubinstein Romance in E. fiat.
Scarlatti-Tausig Pastorale.
Arensky Etude, Op. 3(1.
Mendelssohn Rondo Capriccioso
A large number of her friends will
"avail themselves of the opportunity to
show their appreciation on tlus occa
sion. There are three members in
the graduating music class this year.
And each will possibly have a special
recital.
Miss Josephine I.owe. of Jefferson
street, is confined to her house by
sickness.
Mrs. Crren Garrett, of Blank street
v.-ho has lKon seriously ill, is slowly
improving.
Mcelroy wilkerson
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and Pody Massave : nd
Scalp Treatment.
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Polir Iihij.
(Pomcrly A hlit' tin St.)

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