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THE: "NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOIJER 2, 1.901.
t i FREE A Receipt for OMAN BROS IT Efi 1 -412 Broad The Furniture Store that Saves You Money. We take oltl goods in Kxchangefor new joods, Allowing you a liberal price On the old goods. .Cut this out and bring it to our store any time within 30 days from September 25th,. 1908. It is good for $1.00 off of any purchase amounting to more than $5.00. Good only till October 25, 1908. . 412 Broad Street. Phone, M. 092. Preston Taylor. TAYLOR Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. 441 Fturth Aranae, forth, Nashville, - - Tenn. -29-'Nntf FOR Parlor ChaDe One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a. church or a Sunday school, is an organ one that. t . is built to suit the home, the congregation and the financial condition of the people. . This is what i a National Baptist organ The parlor organs are in three styles: Style No. 2 is 5 octaves, action. B, oak case only. Style No. 3 is 5 and 6 octaves, oak case only. Style No. 5 is 5 and 6 octaves, case is oak or walnut. Style No. 75 is our new de sign. It is quarter sawed, golden oak polish and is put up in a six octave case. SOLD FOR CASH OR ON STALLMENT TERMS. APPLY FOR. FURTHER NATIONAL BAPTIST R. II. BOYD, NASHVILLE, FISK LITERARY CLUB. The Fisk Literary Club will hold Its first meeting of the year at the One Dollar -FREE Street. Telpnon45. 8c CO. ft:. .4, ar.inifi-v) THH arid, 1 will do. IN- INFORMATION TO THE PUBLISHING BOARD, Secretary, TENNESSEE. home of Miss Lucy B. Whlbe, 218 Fourteenth avenue. North, Friday, Oc tober 2, at 3 o'clock. All members are earnestly requested to be present. '1 FROGS AS BIG A3 CHICKENS. . (Des Moines Register.) "It (Joes not seem possible, nor do the people of Iowa believe me when I tell them that there are frogs In Texas as large as hens " said Georee I. Huffman. "Everybody knows Hor ace A. Brown, formerly of Iowa. It was on his farm last Sunday that I saw this sight for . myself. In his frcnt yard he has a regular frog nnA Intn.J 1.1111 .11.1 for dinner as we do in this country, hf pops nut nd VUla tmtra trr Vm 1 m... m ... . it-H. i wu irus win serve bix peo- nip Whon he tirantu trrrra Via Oilt to the honrl after nle-ht wtlh i Ion. tern and spears them. - It is much " " w . 0 v v u u iivu l easier man running down a chicken. une night l went out with him, and by taking a stick we would rouse tnem put, and they Avere every bit as 1 big as chickens. Froga cost their own- ers noimng ana mere is notning hut profit for the raisers of these frogs." BIRTHDAY PARTY. Little Miss Katie Bell Drew enter tained a number of her friends at her ?me"1 lleT 6.reet' lf st. v i iii'i'HSKin iinmi? nr ti iti t n ntfrn.r day. The room was decorated with cut flowers. fJamps WPro nlavnH oftCT.) which an appetizing two-course menu was served. . , Roberta Outlaw, Bennie Smyth, Laura .idiuurue, iuiiiiiu Diuyin, iwiay u. 1 1 1 ' m i. n .l t r I nrir.v. AnJn.r nuu... r I rm A . t nn I v i igui, rtimicn niuici, ivioi unit; ucc, Trv, MmnnflSnn Rmma Shan! Clarence Drew, Edtiner and Sykes Da- vis. Many presents were received by little Miss Drew. WON PRIZES AT FAIR. In nublishlne the list of Drlze win ners at the Tennessee Colored Fair several winners, by inadvertance, were left out. For example. Mrs. Georgia McEwen and Mrs. John Lytton cap- tured first prizes I Mrs. Lytton took the frst prize for iha hoot nnlrafl nn a viiihil irtr. ' Hp I collection of cakes was superb and It it- a matter of general regret that she am not enter tnem-me io!'owiia; ween at the white iState Fair. Msny of those who auendea -the latter - show CAjJirnscu 111c iyimuu urni Dili; nuuiu ipilv have out distance'd any of her competitors.1 . " : IN HONOR OF EAST' NASHVILLE " x. m lt The Fast Nashville Dramatic riuh was pntpHnlnprl last :Wrfr h nr - and Mrs. A M. Townsend". '"'The Tecentton was given' at their residence on Web-I ster street, East Nashville'.' The mem bers of the company ftfWed a few Vis'-I itors to partake of. the" onerous 'hos pitality of the 'doctor and his good wife. Novel games were Inaugurated for the evening. One 'was a game in whirh the contestants saw. how many peanuts could be taken out of a' dish upon a knife-blade, carried across the room and deposited in a plate". Mrs. fleo. S. White was the winner 6t the prize, having ' carried seventeen. In three efforts.' Mrs Townsend' served refreshments in the dining-room,' and at each plate was placed a souvenir, When this souvenir was unwrapped it was found to be a bright red paper cap. Several selections were played and sung during the course1 of the evening. After a pleasant evening the guests departed for their several homes F. D. THOMAS AT LOS ANGELES. Mr. Fred D. Thomas, lately of the firm of . Stringer & Thomas, the well- known barbers of Fourth avenue, North, left the city on September 14, 'or i. os Angeles, cal., and reached his destination on the 27th ult. Mr. Thomas has been in poor health, and his physicians thought a change of climate would bring about good re sults. Mr. Thomas, though quite fee ble when he started on his long trip, stood the journey well. When he reached Los Angeles he felt so much hetter that he will begin housekeep ing this week. His family accompa nied him. IN HONOR Or MISS PAGE Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Oneal, of 1810 Thompson street, gave a social in hon or of Miss Carrie Beatrice Page, who has Wn spending the summer on (the mountains. The invited guests were fi?pes Sophia Page. Louvenia Greer, Mpry Rwlmr, Mildred and Matilda Pyles. Carrie D. Manny, L. E. and H r-.-ri iwiua rje, iarcissa iiisnop, L.Uia T prlbpftur inhncnn Mocc.o n Ti f.cn ,. 'i rli. ' ir - j' ... ui iinc xt. m. unaaweu, inuuiaa vvaiKer oi ivansas tJity, M. 5.1 Hardford, Jackson P. Weatherford and Williams. Infant of Pearl Scales, 1118 Joe Johnston avenue, Sadie Jackson, 1006 Fourteenth ave nue, North, 38 years. John G. Williams, Wilson Infirm ary. 38 years. Claudie Harris, 1015 Seventh aven ue. North, age 2 years William Humphreys, T030 Hawkinf street, 50 years. Tom Wills, C06 N. Spruce street, 28 years. Infant of Jessie and.Estella Smith, 4U23 15th avenue, North. Sammie Mack DeMoss, 507 Twelfth avenue, North. Nancy Kelly. 1818 Thoiliuli'ttr'evt. Ernestine Noel, 49 Lewis street Infant of Will and Lena-Moore.lSlQ Milson avenue. i, ?t x A I ,t Ophelia Price, 1007 First avenue, N., 13 years. Seth Mosley, County Asylum, 54 years. e a022-v 'North iKD 5 T v Hh tpt "S SllCri, Infant of Lillie Cole, Percy D. 0 rah am, 13 Lewis street. Mary Nelson, Paradise Ridge, 2$ i. ok? Uj . M. C. A. NOTES. .. . . , J . There will be a special 'lri& ting on Sunday at 4:30 p. m. at Room 8, Na pier Court, Officers members-' arid friends are requested to be present. Business of importance ..will be brought before the meeting:' VERDI KIMAliraV B1SS JI1TTIK Y. 3IAHUEWS, Principal. St. V Andrew's Pre st , i - ' 8TH AVE., !f. AXI) . ;A Christian ichool, though ndnomi- national, where every attention Is given to r0111"1"1 development, moral training f t . ana social culture. i s t.:..i r. ... . .. Pular attention gn r the. Sjudy of the books and parts of the- BIBLE, RKAMXG, ARITHMETIC, i-w WHITING, DttiWlXti, TOCAL aid IXHTJttJJIKNTiL . music. lh,s school u a high-class preparatory ch001 rr children 4 years old and up. Fourth Term bgln, Twidtypt. 15, 1908. , ou eeatiycr montk (ia aqnf;). Pup enter any time. For Information BUU1 CBn i . - 1 Tjif , M SS MATTIR K. .MTTTHKTVS, 410 Eighth, vjni Sflrt-h. - --w. o g; dodsoin; SIQiL'PiiliTfR, l!itent Ayertue, N?, When you tnink of Signs, think oi t ' - ' - MR-' D0DS0N- 'PHONE, Main 1926. i3Vinrf TSoHit-i AcI If 'you; want a gooJt machine a "Whetl er and Wilson" or "Singer," see JAMES SMILEY, ?At Spruce Street Baptist ((iircli.V ''''' l St; tukc Penny Savings Bank I RICHMOND, TA. i CAPITAL STOCK. $50,000. : ' New York and Foreign ' Drafts issued.' ' ' ' t .... . . . V . . Bankers' Money Orders payabte in any'part of the V- s. lor sale. Collections receive , , ' prompt attention. , 8 lr Cent. Paid en Time Deposits. MAQOIE L WALKER, EMMETT C BURKE, President. : Cashier. J- P. ROBINSON. Presidont. S. A. JORDAN. Vice-President. C B. KINO, Cashier. CAPITAL CITY SAVISGS BANK LITTLE ROCK.;',RK. CAPITAL STOCK. $.2;,ooo.oo I:: ,ooo.oo SURPLUS., 4 Per Cent Paid on Stvlntfs Accounts. Real Estate, Life, Sid, Acclclentfire Ensurance. ndn Write 8 about our system of depoHltlnij by mall. We do fur you all that a good bank can da ' ' ; W. A. WAV AY. M. D Prw. W. W. COX. Cashier. , W. H. COATS. Vk rres. M. B. DIKNCTT, Ass't Cashk r. Delta Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT. 1901 CAPITAL $ 85,000.00 BKSOUBCL8 OYER $100,000.00 Hna a Hpnral RanWinor Rii.fnnce Mob.c I ..nnc on Approved Security. Pays IntcreM pn Oepoh. s. I Collects Rent. Pars Taxes. Handles Real sLiIl1. Etc. Correspond with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay hour per cent Interest un 'ib ueposus. r liDIAiN()LA. ! MISSISSIPPI. SaMgS Dank Of tllC Grai5(l FoiDltaiy, United Order of True Refer. Capital and Surplus .... $ 185.COC.CO Deposits 3C6.D02.00 Loans and Discounts ... ' '444,732.00 Total business to date . . .18.028.800.CJ Interest paid on deposits. ..'Thd Systematic Saving habit is an anchor of safety to every man." Deposit so licited. W. L. TAYLOR, President! ' T tt. toAVilv nnnfi niRFP-TORY, Thr ar thlrtT-seicn Kesrr banks aad initiations doing a banking bus iness Im tae United Statas. They are waedand operated exclusirel bj e rrMiniiirA ttrattnrrd throughout the wreral states, principally in the South. Tk names, locations, and other Infer- laatlon confirming some i incm flrea below. ONE-CENT SAVINGS DAE. Incorporated Under the Laws oi Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. tv. . rmi.r hnn1rinr business. Inter- eat paid on all time deposits. Only insti- tution of its kind in Tennessee. K. H. BOYD. President. I. W. BOSTICK. Vice-President. J. C NAPIER, Cashier. C N. LANOSTON. Teller. 411 Fourth Aienue, North, XASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THE PEOPLE'S 1SVESTJ1EST AND BANKING C05IPA5Y. BIRMISUUAM, ALA. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. a reguiar banking business. Col lections solicited. Depository for the Great Southern Industrial Home Insur ance Company. W. L LAUDERDALE, President DR. R. D. MACKLIN, Vice President A, D. JORDAN, Cashier. THOS. A. HARRIS. Teller and acting Cashier. Union Savings Bank. VKKSBIRG, MISS. Capital Stock. $10,000.00. Collections and Out-of-town Bus iness Solicited. H. E. CONNER. M. D., President J. a H. BOWMAN, rirst Vice rresiucnu I THOS. DILLON, Second Vice President T. a EW1NG, JR.. Cashier, a M. MelNTYRE, Assistant Cashier. BANK. OF HOUND BAYOU. MOUHD BAYOU, MISS. Capital stock, $10,000.00. JOHN W. FRANCIS. President W. T. MONTGOMERY, Vice PresMetit. CHAS. BANKS, Cashier. R. M. McCARTY. CHAS. BANKS. J. W. FRANCIS. H. A. GODBOLD. , S. M. MOROAN, W.T.MONTGOMERY. C R. STRINGER. , E. W. LAMPTON. a H. CRESWELL SOLVENT SAllfiS BASK UD TRUST COMPAM. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. OFFICERS. K R. CHURCH. President. m 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. 829 Beale St. , MEMriilS, TENS. ALABAMA PEffl SAVINGS BANK. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. W. R. Pettifokd, President B. H. Hunson, Cashier. J. O. Diffay, Vice President. P. F. Clark, Assistant Cashier 217 North Eighteenth Street. THE PENNY SATO BAM. COLUMBUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK. $10,000.00. Strict Attention Paid to Business. Col lections Solicited. W. I. MITCHELL, President. H. E. ROBERTS, Vice President J. M. COLEMAN. Cashier. G. A. L1TTLEJOMN, Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORSDr. T. V. Jones, J. M. Shumpert E. S. Evans, O. H. Campbell. E. S. Jones, W. W Cox. Lincoln Savins Ikiik, YICKSBUR(i, JIISsiS'r.iiTI. Authorized LJ, W.MSW First nioneyt'il ti,viil;i .Ion iu:ui:ij.'."i' ly colored men in Miss1.- i ; i. Constantly gro'.vi'.v.. cunstantly doing jood. Poes a general lun.uini; 1mis!hcs. Stock for ak', $5.00 per Share. W. K. MOT Llsn v. rresld. nt. H. F. LACKY. v'lce-l'rt'sldent. M. Z. ilniLISON, Crifihlnr. The People's Dime Saving l:r t an:! Tnrt Associalioii. Staunton, Va. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. s:i.:."S ?5 oo each. Colleti:)":. i1. it -. ''-town business soliciteI. 1 . ;t l oti i'n;: deposit,;, SAM'L !.!?" Y. PiHcnt. C v POINTS. Vice President. 'sckson. Cashier. Jr. Ass't CiMhier.