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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JULY 24, 1908.
t MADE FOR LODGES. 1 ft tH F.I it, ,Asl A 1 Vi.-ii ' PLATE J. We manufacture X. P. Lodge Banners is per illustration given above, at prices cording to quality of materials and u-immings, ranging from $50 to silk smbroidered work from $80 to $119; lmud ;mbioideied bullion work from $1115 to &:!(. Specifications furnished on banners it any price desired. :: :: :: PLATE 2. j TViia itinera a vrr rwvmila Acirrn fA U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made rf white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cm ain, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf md oil colors, back of red banner sateen. Trimmed with imported gold lace, frine f :assels, etc. Hard wood pole, wood cro: bar, yin cover and holster. Prices ,10 tL ' rf the ahre Banners will made for any other org..' Son at sama prices, changing emblems and lettering to suit the Order. :: :: :: For further information wr. ie to National Baptist Publishing Board, R. H. BOYD, Secretary. - 03 Second Av. N- AfhvUl Ttnn MRS. -CASSIK GREER HONORED. Since the adjournment of the last Grand Lodge K. of P. and Court of Calanthe, the praises of the grand officers of this organization have been sung. Among those prominently mentioned is Mrs. Cassie Greer, who is Past Grand Worthy Counselor of the of Couits Calanthe of the state of Ten nessee. She read an excellant paper before the court in Clarksville, Tenn. She was representing the Supreme Court of Calanthe, which met in Louis ville, where she had been elected a representee. Hon as well She boars the distinc as the honor of submit ting t lie first written report before the Rtnte Grand Court. The paper was an excellent with hearty one and was received applause. At the con clusion she was the recipient of many congratulations. An 1 1 V'5-- M 7 : -a i A tlr n .If I a NEWS OF STATE. BEERSHEn A SPRINGS NOTES. A most enjnyrl'c affair was that of Miss Ix)uise Wil.iams, who enter tained a number of friends on her birthday. The louse was beautifully decorated with mountain flowers. Cards and other games were among the pleasures of the evening. Re freshments were served at a late hour. Those present were Misses Louise Williams, Lillian Harris, Ad die Johnson, Boman, Samuella Har ris, Beckwith, Ledier, Callie Liner, Lula Carney Morrison, Ellen Curry, Elizabeth Fry, Mesdames Fugerson, Crutchfield, Hamilton, Partee, Sarah Wilson, Messrs. Andrew Allison, Leon Polk, John A. Galloway, E. L. Hill, I. Ft Alexander, D. Pettis, Henry Scales, Wilson Fu,erson. READYVILLE NOTES. Miss Dayse M. Murrell is visiting her sister, "Miss N. Eva Murrell, who is teaching the Porterfield School. After spending Friday evening Id Murfreesboro with Miss E. J. Pinkard and Saturday with Mrs. Rebecca Me Ferrin, of Readyville, the Misses Mur roll enjoyed a pleasant hay-ride to the Hickory Grove Sunday-school pic nic late Saturday evening. Thla hay- in.-; party consisted of Miss Dayse Murrell, Miss N. E. Murrell, Miss Nora Gaithers, Miss Florence Mc Broome, little Miss Lena McBroom, Miss Bessie Sanders, Messrs. Forest Martin, Clarke Lyons, Cash White, Tas. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Mc Broom. WINCHESTER NOTES. liike Tennyson's brook, "Men may come and men may go," it does seem that the baptizing act at this plaof goes on forever. lEvery Sunday so far, in this hot month of July, has witnessed this spectacular religious fete. On the first one four converts belonging to thei Missionary Baptist church were plunged beneath the wa ters of the creek. The next following Sunday the pastor of the A. M. E church, assisted by his stewards, ad ministered the rites to fifteen, and on last Sunday two of the Hardshell or Primitive sect, "ordrined from the be ginning," received their watery an nouncement with much enthusiasm It is expected another will take place next Sunday. One of the peculiar features of Win Chester is the manner in which the streets are laid off. Hyphenated words -ometimes neen in print will give a rood idea of the city's thoroughfares Tf a straight line is the shortest dis tanee between any two points, then 'he first lesson in algebra will find rew parallels here. The syncopated style of thoroughfares, however, finds its counterpart in the music, public choo! and public opinion cf ths col ored citizens. Literary clubs with meagre membership, privately cause many enlightened subjects to be dis cussed publicly. Well, yes, Winchester is dry, not only from the Prohibitionist view point, but because the weather bu reau man has no doubt taken offense at some of the sayings of the best people. The city and immediate sur rounding country are suffering from three weeks' drought. The coun try about ten miles out has had abundance of rain, but somehow Winchester only gets the wind. The creek is shallow, springs are dry, lands are parched, and, thr; ' imbibing crowd thirsty. No direct word or. rromise has been given when both 'i oughts will be broken. The Fayetteville District Confer vaz of the A. 'M. iE. Church was in (w-ion last week at Decherd, almost viihin a stones' throw of this place. Many- preachers and de egates were in attendance. In the Su'nday-Kchoo'. (lonrrtment, the Wincl e. ter school, under the leadership o '"" Vn Clay, led all the rest. Registration books for the vcters of WincMcster were on v and Saturday. A few coloied citizens availed 4hemselves of the opportunity to vote in the coming county and presidential elections. Dr. Lovvry and Mr. A. II. Eildridge, the insurance man, have cpened offices over Hammcrmiester's grocery on Public Square. Aliss Vandola Simmons will repre sent the First Baptist Sunday School of this city at the Association to be held in Shelbyville in August. Rev. iMr. Story, of the Winchester church, and his son, of Shelbyville, exchanged pulpits last Sunday. Mr. A. J. Wiseman returned from Clarksville last Friday. Mrs. Virginia Trimble and Lula Gray returned from Decherd last Sat urday. BETHEL CHURCH NOTES. The Stewardess Board No. 1, of Fethel A. M. E. Church met Monday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. S. O. Fisher, 813 Eleventh avenue, Touth. The Board consists of the fol lowing Hi members: Mrs. S. O. lont; Mrs. Rhoda Mien, Vice President; Miss Anna Williams, Secretary; Mrs. Lula Hughes, Treasurer; Mrs. Sallie Crowe, Mrs. Frances Gcodloe, Mrs. Ella Bell. Mrs. Dora Cottener. Mrs. Emma Poyney nd Mrs. Anna Web ster. Dr. W. B. Denny opened the meeting and after business was over delightful course of cake and ices was served. . BRIERSVILLE NOTES. Quite an enjoyable time was wit nessed last Sunday at the rally and basket dinner at the M. E. Church of this place. A large crowd from the city was present. Among the divines who broke the Bread of Life were Rev. R. A. Dowell, pastor of Gordan's Chapel; Revs. Taley and Butler, of Nashville. Total collections taken, $23.00. Mrs. A. W. Wilson and son, Robert Wilson, of Rock City, were the guests of her sisters and brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Love, Mr. and Mrs George Love, and Miss Mary L. Love, on Sunday evening. IMrs. Wil son's husband, Rev. A.W. Wilson, and little grandson, Andrew T. Jennings, joined her, and quite an enjoyable time was spent at the old homestead. Mrs. Mary Webb, Mrs. Georgie Tal ly and Mrs. Mary Belle Robertson, of East Nashville, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. George Phillips last Satur day night and Sunday. Mr. William H. Pettis, son of Mr ind Mrs. Alex. Pettis, will be in frcm .ouisville next Sunday. Mrs. Angie Talley, of East Nash ville, is spending a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Nannie Bates, on ac count of ill health. HEALTH AND COWARDICE. From Fry's Magazine. I had a young menu once who won the Victoria Ci o?s. Well, he was the most absolute (apparent) coward as a child and boy that I ever knew, and yet I am sure it was all due to his physical condition. I had the greatest trouble to co i vince his honest martinet of a fatlv that it was simply a matter of healt'. But I had my way at last, and the bo; was practically taught as I advised fo five years. He came right out of th shadow, cnose the army, to the con Vernation of his father, and eventual ly won the crops. There arc plenty o ohvsically misunderstood cowards in this world who are not cowards at all H. T. G. M. NOTES. Miss Lillian A. Bright entertained the young ladies of the H. T. G. M Club Saturday, July 11, in a most de ightful manner. Progressive whis as the feature of the evening. Miss . K. Davis wen the first prize, a lin en sideboard scarf, and Miss Bessie Vlartin the consolation, a brenze belt buckle. All the club members who ire in the city were present and de suite the boat cf the atternoon, no np rpali'pfi it. for automatic fnr.r. lad been arranged for the occasion. Late in the afternoon a dainty and re freshing menu was served by the lit tle sisters of the hostess. The 'next meeting will be this afternoon with Misses T i!lhn and Fannette Banks. FRANXLN NOTES. Miss Mattie B. Johnson, of Nash ville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Golden Redick. Win. Flemings, D. J. Patten, Robt Uurdick, Tom House and Fred Will iams enjoyed a fishing party and aft awards a moonlight drive through the country to Nashville last Thurs day night. Mis. Mattie Scott, and daughter, Eneita, and Mr. W. H. Ilodgkins and 'ittle daughter were the guests of Mrs. Laura Ev?ns last Sunday. Misses Ethel Merrill and Fannie II Southall were in Nashville Monday. Miss Estella Campbell, of Nashville :.s visiting Miss Hazel Doyle. airs. C. E. Nevils, of West Frank !in. was in town Monday. Mrs. Tom Doyle is in Murfreesboro this week. Miss Cornelia Scott enjoyed Pleasant trip to the meeting cf the Waters last Tuesday. Mr. Wm. 'coley is much improved this week. Miss Ceorri'i Akins passed through o- r. las t Friday en route to her home. 'Little M. Altera Nevils. of West Franklin, mrlnined a painful sprain in her foot ly juniring from a hay-, stack Monday. Miss M. Lek. of Brentwood, is the guest of Mis-s II. Doyle this week. James Church and R. C. Murdick were in Nashville, ctl Monday. Miss Mittio Haifacre, of East Franklin, wps in town Wednesday. Mr. J. D. Bm is out from Nash ville this week. SUNSHINE A part of our phru-ant outing HOME NOTES. oTice force had a rt C,rnenwo6d Park '-if't Thursday. The Joanna V. Moore Foreign Mis sionary Society had a splendid meat in? Monday erening. After the reg ular routine of business, the presi dent read a verv imnressive article from a book on missions entitled Into All the World." It contained a very interesting description of China and the peculiar customs of its peo ple. Our friends will be glad to know- that we now have a missionary em ployed in Africa. The needs of this and appeal to us more than any oth er country. Several delegates and visitors at tending the State Convention are topping with us this week. Among the number are Mrs. M. E. Hamilton and Mrs. Lucy Carter of Knoxville. rs. Mary lamotte of Clarksville is. Emma Perkins, Little Beatrice Kb wers and father of Chattanooga, niefe j:nd bi other cf Mrs. M. H. Flowers. Y. M. city Y. C. A. NOTES. M. C. A. met at 4:30 The p. m. last Sunday and a very inter- esling nieeting was held. A number of visitors was present and many spoke cn the present condition of the AREOciatkn and what steps should be taken to fecuie a larger attendance nd mere interest. Wc take tl i; opportunity to invite .ay i..ui vi.o will use his influence or the good of the Association. Mr. S. F. Williams will speak to the Association Sunday at 4:30 p. m. on Useless Life." FANS AND UMBRELLAS. Few Fans Now Sold in the Street This the Day of the Umbrella. "A thing that strikes me as curious,' said a man of observing habit, "is the smaller number of men you see nowa days in the streets in hot weather selling fans as compared with the numner you were sure to see years ago. Look back, as I can, thirty years and more, and then in hot spells you would nnu in the streets many men selling fans, Japanese and palm leaf holding armfuls of them, and selling them, too, to the passersby: you saw plenty of men walking along -the streets fanning themselves with fans bought of street venders. "This year, in all my walks in that two weeks spell of really sweltering weather, I saw but one lone fan ven der and I saw no man walking along fanning himself. Why is this? "In those old days there were no lira brella venders in the streets; now in rainy weather you find many, and peo pie caught in the rain buy them, too And this seems natural enough; but why we have stopped buying fans in the streets I don't know. .Perhaps it is because we are too busy. New York lt Lunv t villi j WiUiil UlUin RICHMOND, Tl. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. New York and Foreign Drafts issued. Bankers Money Orders payable in any part of the U- S. for sale. Collections receive prompt attention. 3 Ter Cent. Paid on Time Deposits. MAGGIE L WALKER, EMMETT C BURKE, President. Cashier. J- P. ROBINSON, President. ' S. A. JORDAN. Vice-President. C B. KING. Cashier. CAPITAL CITY SHIMS BASK LITTLE ROCK., ARK, CAPITAL STOCK $ 25,000.00 SURPLUS 2,000.00 4 Per Cent Paid on Savfntfs Accounts. Real Estate, Life, Sick, AccldentFIre Ensurance. nda Write us about our system of depositing 1 y mall. We do for you all that a good bank can do. W. A. ATTAVAY.M.P., Pres. W.H. COATS. Vic Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. M. B. BI RNITT, Ass't Cjshl r. Delta Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT. 1904. CAPITAL $ 35,000.00 RESOURCES OVER $100,000.00 Does a General Banking Business. Makes Loans on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deposi . Collects Rent. Pays Taxes. Handles Real istaU Etc. Correspond with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay Four per cent lntere? on Time Deposits. IXDIAXOLA, : MISSISSIPPI, Savings Dank of the Grand Foimtair, United Order of True Reformers. Capital and Surplus .... $ 185,000.00 Deposits 306,902.0:) Loans and Discounts ... 444,732.0'j Total business to date .. 18,028,800.0. Interest paid on depc-'ts. "Th -Systematic Saving habit is an anchor of safety to every man." Deposits so Ilctted. W. L. TAYLOR, President, BANK DIICT0P.Y. There are thirlrseTen Segro hanks and institutions doin?a banking bus- nessiuthe Uuitnl StaUs. 'I bey are owned and operated exclusirelf by e- jrroesanuare souierca uirougmnu me seteral states, principally in the fcontli. Tke names, locations, and other infor mation concerning some of thorn are giTen belowt MTC-CERT SAVINGS BASK. Incorporated Under the Laws ol Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. Does a regular banking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only insti tution of us kii.d in lennessee. R. H. BOYD. President. J. W. BOST1CK, Vice-President J. C NAPIER, Cashier. C N. LANGSTON. Teller. 411 Fourth Avenue, North, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THE PEOPLE'S UVESTllEiYT ASD B1EUQ COMPANY. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Doing a regular banking business. Col lections solicited. Depository lor tne Great Southern Industrial Home Insur ance Company. W. L LAUDERDALE, President. DR. R. D. MACKL1N, Vice President. A. D. JORDAN, Cashier. THOS. A. HARRIS, Teller and acting Cashier. Union Savings Bank. YICKSBURG, MISS. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Collections and Out-of-town Bus iness Solicited. H. E CONNER, M. D., President. I. a H. BOWMAN, First Vice President THOS. D.LLON. Second Vice President. T. O. tH INQ, JR., Cashier. G. M. MclNTVRE. Assistant Cashier. BANK OF MOUND BAYOU. MOUMHJAYOU, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. JOHN W. FRANCIS, President. W. T. M0NTG0MLRY, Vice President. CHAS. BANKS, Cashier. r. m. Mccarty, chas. banks, j. w. francis, h. a. oodbold. s. al morgan, w. t. montgomery, c r. stringer, e. w. lampton. b. h. creswell SOLVENT SAVIXGS BM ASD TRUST COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. OFFICERS. R. R. CHURCH. President. M. L. CLAY, Vice President. J. W. SANFORD. 2nd Vice President W. E. MOLL1SON, 3rd Vice President. J. T. SETTLE, Attorney. ROBERT R. CHURCH, JR., Cashier. 329 lieale St., MEMFHIS, TENS. BllttlLMJIIAM, ALA. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. W. U. Fettifokd, President. B. II. Hudson, Cashier. J. O. Diffay, Vice President. T. P. Clakk, Assistant Cashier. 217 North Eighteenth Street. THE PES5Y mM BASK. COLUMBUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. . Strict Attention Paid to Business. Col lections Solicited. tf. I. MITCIIE' L. President. H. E. ROBERTS, Vice President. J. At. COLEMAN, Cashier. G. A. LITTLEJOHN, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS Dr. T. V. Jones. J. M. Shunipert, E. S. Evans, O. 11. Campbell. E. S. Jones, W. W. Cox. Li i It KSBUIUJ, MISSISSIPPI. lutlwrizeil Capii;:l, $2."i,IHiO,(HI. First moneyed Institution maiumed l,y colored men iu M IssUsippi. Conslauily growing, constantly doing ?(xxt. lines n general hank Inn hnslness. Stock for Sale. $3.00 per Share. W. K. MOT USuN, 1'v. si.l, in. IS. V. l..U'K , ic. i'l-ci, It n!. M. . MUELIMIN, msliier. The People's itec Savii:?; fa k and Trust Association. Staunton, Ya. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. SHARES $5 00 ACH. Collections and out-of-town business s 'hcitei Interest paid on time deposits --''rt. President. I IIMIM .. i . r m;n i : vice THOMAS E. Cashier. 8, At, TAT Jickson E. Jr.. A Asi't Cashier.