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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. AUGUST 2o, 1908.
CITY ITEMS. The work for la in- the foundation ' Ol the new building at Roger Williams is progressing rapidly. Men are work- ing daily out at the grounds. , Mr. John Toole has already arrived a in the city to enter the Junior class of Mehairy Medical College. He has t6n spending the winter and summer in Chicago. Many of the students will be coining in from now on, for gchool opens September 9. Mis3 Ester Howlett formerly of Nashville, Tenn., but now Mrs. D. M "White, of Dallas. Texas, is visiting relatives and friends in the citv. She ANNERS FOR LODGES. PLATE I. We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners 13 per illustration given above, at prices according to quality of materials and trimmings, ranging from $.10 to $7.1; silk embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand embroidered bullion work from .'1l.1 to $260. Specifications furnished on banners at any price desired. :: :: :: PLATE 2. Tb.19 tnows a very popular design for (5. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made f f white flag silk. Lambreouin, or Cur ftiin, of red silk. Fainted in gold leaf nd oil colors, back of red banner sateen. Trimmed with imported gold lace, fringf tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, wood cro tar, rin cover and holster. Prices ?0 ?Z. '"" ' ' f the ah"e Banners will e made for any other org1. Hon at sama prices, changing emblems and lettering to suit the Order. :: :: For farther Information wr ie to National Baptist Publishing Board, R. H. BOYD. Secretary. r C3 Second Avs N, tlMthrU&t Tenn PMDt If Ji l - 0 ' ' m M A.wi -&m a , 5 has ban here for several days but will return to Tras in a few days. Information rrnthrs ths city that Miss Hester 0. Drown, of Cleveland, Ohio, is contemplating a southern tour Jn September. Her itinerary so far, only takes her to Louisville. Whether she will cone to. Nashville or not, will defend upon the activity of local man- gets Does your overcoat need a new col lar, new sleeve lining, new lining, or do you need a new one? See Sam L. Carter, 50C Fourth f venue. North. Mis Kate Evpns l'ft Momliy morn ing for Tus!-:f"e, oter sp-.-nding ten days in the city. Mrs. L. M. Wiggins and her brother, "Mr. J. P.. Ramsy, of Tullahoma. is vis- iting Mrs. Sidney Bond and Mrs. V. S. Amos. Miss Bell Smith h in the city from St. Louis on amount of the death of her siet?r, Mrs. Lfna Green. Mr. Walter M. Cla'k i'5 spending his vacation in Chattinooga and Howell, the guest of his mother and sisters. Miss Bernice C. Smith left Adams list Tuesday morning with her father, Dr. W. C. Smith, for Edgoten, Ky., to assist him in church work. She will visit Hensley Town, and West Fck, Ky., before returning to Nash ville. Miss Nora Edwards, of 2000 Batavia Btreet, left Saturday morning for Mur freesboro, where she will be the guest of her uncle, Mr. Wm. Gordon. Be fore returning home Miss Edwards will go to Chattanooga for a brief stay. Miss Georgia Buford, of 1015 Eigh teenth avenue, North, who is connected with the book-making department of the Baptist Publishing House, left Wednesday for Pulaski, where she will spend a few weeks. Mrs. M. J. Beard and Miss Anna M Coleman, who have been visiting their cousins, Misses Minnie and Hattie Bramlette, of Twelfth avenue, North, left Monday night for St. Louis, where they will remain for a week before re turning to their home in Birmingham, All. Miss Emma Jo Burton, of 811 Divi sion street, has returned after a very pleasant visit to her uncle, Mr. Chas. Jennings, of Milford, Texas. While there she had several dinners given in her honor; she also visited Dallas, Houston and Ft. Worth. She has re sumed her position in the book-making department of the National Baptist Publishing House. ' Miss Tennie Kemper, of 1T10 State street, has left for Mt. Juliet to spend several weeks with friends Mr. Houston Hamilton, of Knoxville Tenn., has been stricken with a severe case of typhoid fever, and for several davs has been seriously ill. Mr. Ham ilton is the husband of Mrs. M. E Hamilton, the President of our State Convention Auxiliary to the Baptist Stte Convention. They are both well known to many of this city as well as in the stati Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Davis, of. Bille School Station, entertained a few of their friends at dinner Sunday in honor of their niece, Miss Anna L , Maybcrry. Among those present were Misses Anna L. Maybcrry, Georgia A ! Buford, Messrs. Geo. W. Mayberry ! Chas. Overton. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Davis and Geo. S. Davis. I Mrs. Lydia A. Huffman, of St. Louis is in the city visiting her parents Mr. ond Mrs. W. B. Heed, of ISO: Eleventh avenue, South. After a visit to Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain accompanied by her father, Mrs. Huff man will return home about Sept 1st Mr. Leonard A. Fisher, son of Prof I and Mrs. A. A. Fisher, is expected nonie lrom uenvcr, col., on or betore Sept. 9, to resume his studies at Me- harry Medical College Mr. Jerry Donelson is at home from Chicago. His mother, Mrs. Matilda Donelson, has been quite ill Mrs. Anna Sanders and her grand daughter, Miss Valeta E. Sneed, of South Bend, Ind., are the guests of Mrs. James Hatch, of G43 Fogg street, Miss Estella R. Neal spent last week in Shelbyville attending the Elk River Sunday School Convention Rev. J. D. Frierson, of Riddleton Tenn., Madam Blanche Gorden, of Pu laski, and II. C. Johnson, of Oincin nati, were the guests of Mrs. Frierson of 1400 1-2 Scovel street, last Friday Mr. Lewis Frierson is able to be out Mr. Ellison, of 120G Cockrill street who has been sick for two or three we;;ks. improves very slowly. Mrs. C. E. Johnson, the trained nurse, of 1114 Jackson street, is con fined to her room on account of illness Mrs. Millie Church, of 1017 Ninth avenue, North, is able to be out. Mesdames Creasie Alexander and Hattie Scruggs, of Murfreesboro, who have been in the city visiting Mrs. Willie Manlove, of 1816 Batavia street, returned home last Sunday. Mr. Fred Turner, of 280G West Hill street, met with an accident last week, which resulted in the loss of his right thumb. Mr. Byron McGavock, of 1908 Ale meda street, returned home from Guthrie, Ky., where he spent several days visiting his son. There was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Daniel Thompson, of 2014 West Her man street, on the 19th of this month, a 12-pound girl. Misses M. M. Brooks and Mary L. Hughes spent last Sunday in Franklin. Mrs. Lue Waters, who has been in the city for a few days visiting rela tives, returned to her home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bass, of 521 Quary street, spent last Saturday and Sunday in Atlanta, Ga. Send me your skirts, ladies, and they will receive thorough attention and he returned satisfactorily at a reasona ble rate. Sam Carter, 50G Fourth ave nue, North. Miss Anna Hazley, of 523 Quary street, has been sick for four months. Miss H. L. Woolridge, of 1307 Hynes street, left the city Wednesday to spend three weeks at Ilillsboro, Frank lin and Thompsons Station. Mr. Edward Henderson was sudden ly called to his home at McMinnville one day this week on account of the relapse of his mother, who has been sick for several months. Mr. W. J. Blanton, the well known jeweler of this city, will visit McMinn ville in a few days. Little Miss Connie Mai King, of 1G22 Patterson street, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Ella Wilson, of Don- elson street. Mr. and. Mrs. Leslie Stevens, of 1408 Hynes street, spent Sunday in Frankin. Mrs. Amanda Randolph, of State street, is quite sick. Mr. Leslie Stevens, of 1408 Hynes street, who was confined to his bed several days last week, is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. James Mack and son, of Battle Creek,, Mich., after spending several days in Chicago, arrived in Nashville Thursday morning for a few weeks' visit. - While here they will be the guests of Mrs. Wm.. Jenkins, of 819 Stevens street. Mrs. Fannie Robinson, of Tenth ave nue, south, entertained at a 6 o clock dinner Sunday, August 23, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Mack, of Battle Creek, Mich. An elaborate menu was served. Those who enjoyed the hos pitality of Mrs. Robinson were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Muse, Misses Robinson, Jordan, Master Jas. Mack, Jr., and Mr. Thos. Robinson Misses Clara Bryant and Emma Owens are now at the A. M. E. Church Sunday School Union. Misses Myrtle Blake and Bessie Rooney are visiting in Columbia. Mrs. J. A. Jones is expected in the city September 3, from Shelbyville, where she has been since June. Mrs Jones will be en route to 'Memphis wnere sne wm visit relatives and friends. Misses Hattie Bramlette, Annie Fra zier, Allie and Johnnie Powell, Dora Jones, Messrs. George Yowell rn"5 Wil Norman were the guests of Miss E, Orlean Patterson Sunday evening. Mr. George Upshaw has. returned aft er a few months' stay in Chicago. Mr. Napoleon B. Gay, of St. Louis was called here to the bedside of his cousin, Mr. Erastus M. Rush, of G31 Wood street. Mr. Gay is a nephew of Mrs. C. C. ' Cannon and Mrs. Gilbert White. Mrs. Gilbert White is able to be up. Miss Fannie Bell McKnight, of Fourth avenue, N., after having a de lightful time at Mt. Pleasant, returned to the city this week. Quite a large gathering witnessed the well-rendered closing exercises of the Velma Kindergarten School at Salem A. M. E. Church last Monday evening under the supervision of Miss Blanche Davis, assisted by Misses Martha Stratton and Fa:;ii1e Bell Mc Knight. Don't fail to see Carter's fine panta loon style. Fit. workmanship and durability unexcelled. Mi, and Mrs. Alonzo Whittaker, of 915 Tenth avenue, South, will leave for St. Louis on September Cth, to spend a week or two. On their re turn they will stop at Evansville. Ind., for a short time. Mrs. Killeybrew, of Buford college, is spending a few days at Clarksville. Mrs. C. Doss, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Napoleon Hatcher, of 20 Green street, left for her home at Clarksville last Sunday. Mrs. M. Brown, who is visiting at Oedar Hill, is much improved in health. A Union Rainbow Entertainment, a new and novel affair, will be given at Salem A. M. E. Church in the near fu ture, under the auspices of seven class leaders of the church. Rev. Dr. Town send will discuss the different colors of the rainbow. Come and enjoy your self. Misses Jennie Smith and Emma D. Raines, of East Nashville, who have been numbered with the sick, will be with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Pryor, of Dick erson pike, for an indefinite stay. Mrs. I. J. Udwards, of Sixth avenue, North, who has been visiting relatives and friends at Palmersville, Tenn., and vicinity has returned home. The Misses Powers, of White's Creel:, North Nashville, elegantly entertained a limited number of friends Monday evening, August 24. Messrs. V. Gen try Hyde and J. R. Robinson presided at the piano. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pryor and children, of Dickerson pike, have re turned home. Prof. Richard Hill and wife left the city Wednesday for Chicago. After spending a short vacation In that city it is possible they will visit points in the East. Messrs. .Tn?. and Thos. Webster snpnt the week end at Wartrace visiting rela tives who are spending the summer there. Mrs. Exie Liggwt, of Harriman, Tenn., is the guest of Mrs. William Major for a few weeks. Miss Lucindia Hynes, of Pulaski, i3 visiting Mrs. Bramlet, of 913 Vernon avenue. Mrs. M. S. Peck, who has been in the city for sometime having her eyes treated, returned to her home at Helena. Ark., this week. Mr. W. H. Allison, Jr., is out of the city for a few days. Miss Emma Garrett is visiting friends in Indianapolis. On her re turn to the city she will stop over at Louisville. Mrs. Coleter Black spent last week at Mt. Pleasant visiting her mother. On her return she stopped at Dark Mills with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Sherrin, of Fourteenth avenue, North, entertained a few friends at dinner last Wednes day. .. Mr. Joe Sellars and Master Herman B. Sellars, of Heffernan street, have been spending a few days in Franklin. Mrs. Maria Salter and sister, Miss Osborn, spent last Sunday visiting their sister, Mrs. Coffee, of South Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Frierson spent last Sunday afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Frierson, of 1035 Four teenth avenue, North. Miss Irene Hatcher has returned to the city after spending a few days in Franklin, accompanied by her sister and Miss Jimmietta McEwen. ' While in Franklin they were the guests of Mrs. Harriet Lust. Mrs. H. C. Doss, of Clarksville, has returned after a weeks stay with her brothers, John M. and N. B. Hatcher, Mies Evelyn Crosthwalt and Verdy Lee Joyner spent two days recently with their cousin, Janetta Hatcher Miss Irnell Hatcher spent a few days last week in Goodlettsville. Miss Carrie Osborn has returned to the city after spending several months in Chattanooga. Mrs. Dave Moody, of 1313 Jo John ston avenue, spent last Sunday in Dickson, Tenn., with her husband who has been there for several weeks. Miss Eliza Ridley is visiting rela tives at Mt. Pleasant this week. Miss Elnora Beaden has returned to the city after a few weeks' stay in Columbia. Mr. Ernest McChristian spent last Sunday in Chattanooga. Mrs. Millard Bonds has returned to her home from Murfreesboro. Mr. John Wade spent Sunday out o the city. Misses Julia Smith and Emma Vaulx are visiting Miss Degraffinreid . in Franklin, Tenn. Mr. Robert Robertson, of Chicago who has been visiting his parents for a week, returned last Sunday evening, Mrs. Maggie Hill is visiting friends in Franklin, Tenn. St. Luke Penny Savings Bank KICILMOM), VA. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. New York and Foreign Drafts issued. Bankers' Money Orders payable in any part of the U. a. lor s.'ilu. Collections receive prompt attention. 3 lYrOnl. Paid ou Time Deposits. .MAGGIE L. WALKER. EJUMETT C. BURKl President. Cashier. J- P. ROBINSON, President. S. A. JORDAN, Vice-President. C B. KING, Cashier. CAliTAL CITV SHIMS HAH LITTLE ROCK, flRK. CAPITAL STOCK $ 25,000.00 SURPLUS: 2,000.00 4 Per Cent Paid on Savintfs Accounts. Real Estate, Life, Sick, AccMcntFire Ensurance. nda Write us about our system of depositing by mall. We doforyou all that a good bank can da W. A. AITAWAY, M. D Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. II. COATS. Vice Pres. M. 6. BI RNtTT. Ass't Cishltr. Delta Penny Savings Stank INCORPORATED OCT. 1904. CAPITAL $ 85,000.00 BF.SOl'RCKS OVEIl $100,000.00 Does a General Bankinc Business. Makes Loans on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deposits. Collects Rent. Pays Taxes.' Handles Real Estate, Etc. Correspond with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay l-'our per cent Interest on Time Deposits. INDIANOLA, : MISSISSIPPI. Savings Dank of the Grand Fountain, United Order of True Reformers. Capital and Surplus .... $ 185,000.00 Deposits 306,902.00 Loans and Discounts ... 444,732.00 Total business to date .. 18,028,800.00 Interest paid on deposits. "The Systematic Saving habit is an anchor of safety to every man." Deposits so licited. W. L. TAYLOR, President. I BANK DIRECTORY. There are thirtj-scTen Negro bankg and institutions doing a banking bus iness in the United Stales. Thej are owned and operated exclusirelj by Ne groes and are scattered throughout the seTcral states, principally in the South. The names, locations, and other infor mation concerning some of them are giTcn below. 0SE-CE5T SAYINGS BANK. Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. Does a regular banking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only insti- . r . . 1 r lutiou or its Kinu in leuucscc R. H. ROYD. President. I. W. BOSTICK, Vice-President. J.C. NAPIER, Cashier. C N. LANGSTON. Tetter. , 411 Fourth Avenue, North, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THE FEOPLE'S ISTESTHEIT AND BANKING COMPANY. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Doing a regular banking buiines. Col lections solicited. Depository lor we 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 BankJ VICKSBIRG, MISS. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Collections and Out-of-town Bus iness Solicited. H. E, CONNER, M. D., President , J. U. H. BOWMAN, first vice president. THOS. DILLON. Second Vice President I T. G. EWING, JR., Cashier, a M. MclNTYRE. Assistant Cashier. BAM OF HOUND BAYOU. MOUKD BAYOU, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. JOtIN W. FRANCIS, President W. T. MONTGOMERY, Vice Prisidctrt. CHAS. BANKS, Cashier. R. M. McCARTY, CHAS. BANKS. -' . J. W. FRANCIS. H. A. GODBOLD. ' S. M. MORGAN, W. T. MONTGOMERY. C R. STRINGER. E. W. LAMPTON. B. H. CRESWELL, SOLVENT SAYIXGS BANK 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. MOLLISON, 3rd Vice President. J. T. SETTLE, Attorney. ROBERT R. CHURCH. JR.. Cashier. 329 Iieale St. , MEMPHIS, TESX. ALAfflA PE55V SHIMS BAM. BIKMIXKHAM, ALA. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. W. R. Pettifokh, President B. II. Hudson, Cashier. J. O. Diffav. Vk'o. President. P. F. Ci.AiiK, Assistant Cashier. 217 North Einhteenth Street. THE COLUMUUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK. $10,000.00. Strict Attention raid to Business. Col lections Solicited. 'AT. I. MITCHELL, President. II. E. ROBhKTS. Vice President. J. M. COLEMAN. Cashier. O. A. L1TTLEJOHN, Assistant Cashlefc DIRECTORS Dr. T. V. Jones. J. M. Shumpert, E. S. Evans. O. H. Campbell. E. S. Jones. W. f. Cox. Lincoln Savings Hank, VlCKSBUMi, MISSISSIPPI. Authorial C.i;ii!;i!, $23,01)0.1:0. First monryed Institution managed by colored men In Mississijij 1. Constantly growing constantly doing 3wd. Does a general lnnfc!nir lMis'nrss. Stock for Sale, $3.00 per Share. V. 10. MOl LISMN. l'levidci-t. It. P. LACKY.Vko-l'i tuKlcnt. M. .. MOLLLSON. CtisliU.r. The People's Ifeo riivlrg Dnii and Trust Association. Staunton, Va. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. SIIVRES $3 00 EACH. Collections and out-of-town businesg solicited. Interest paid on time deposits SAM'L LINDSAY, Present. C F. POINTS. Vice President. T'"""-" T: 'ackson, Cashier. Jr.. Ass't Cashier.