THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1909.
SXOR PAYIING RENT!
You can buy a home lor same money. For
Stle or Rent, two new four-room cottages, cab
inet mantels, city water -JtO.OO Monthly
Payments. I have others. Drop in and let us
talk it over.
RICHARD HILL. Rwl stale Agent-Notary Public
410 1-2 Cedar St. Telephone. Main 1889.
Pension claims given prompt attention.
Eureka Dancing Class
Open every Monday and Friday live
ning Instruction fron Xo to 9:30.
Regular dancing till.
Admission - ! - 15 Cents.
. DOCK LINER, Instructor.
I. L. MOORE. T. CLAY MOORE,
Residence 'Phone, Notary Public
Atiin 4092-y. Main 3293.
'PHONE OHice. Main 2091
Ileal Estate and Loan Agents, Rent
in;r, Buying and selling Property
. . a Specialty.
428 FIFTH AVENUE, NORTH,
FY I HlttfN TEMPLE
Louisville & " Nashville R. R.
New Union StaUvn. ; C;y Ticket On 224
Fourth ave., ISortii. .idepuom- Alum '.M
, Leaves. Ariivci.
Louisville & Cincinnati 3 47am 2:15am
lA)iiisTiiie (. iiinunati... 7 :65am 8:27am
Louisuliu r Cincinnati 8:00pm 8 35pm
Louisville Accom'o(la....al2:2ipm a3 05pm
Kransvilie & lineage. ....3:57am i:05am
Kvansvi le & Chicago. 7:40pm 8:10am
Kv tnsville & Si. Lome 3:57am 2:05am
Kvaniville & H. Louis a7:nam a8:10pm
Kv "nsville & H Louis 7:4Upra , 8:10am
ery, Mob.le and New
Orleans 2:25am 3:37ara
ery, Mob.le and New
Orleans 1 8:4.iam 7:25pm
Nashville & Scottsrille
Aco mmodation..4. 3:10pm 1U :15am
Nashville & Uartsvillo
Accommodation 5:10pm 7:50am
Hopkinsv.fle APconVoda.'..a5:46ptn 10:00am
Nashville A CI;vV,svine ' '
i.ecotii mod lion '' ..r.'4:llpm ' t8Jl7am
Nashviilo &Jccatnr Ac-- ,, ,
' comirtodution .. 8:50pm 10:10am
Columbia & Mt. FleLr nt.. 8:50pm 7:25pm
polnmbia, Florence, 1 , p
' Shuffle. d, & Tuscumbla..7:40nr ' 5:00pm
'Daily. tidily except Sondity.
a Stops at Korth Collpgo-street station.
' Train arriving at 4:55 p. m. runs from Mt,
Pleasant omy. .... . '. ,
Train arming at 7:45 p m brings connec
tions (rem Tuscumbia and Florence.
U.O. Waxus,1: W. Hal. MuiTiiNK
District Pass. xent. City Ticke t Ajreut
TICKET OFFICES ;
UNION STATION,' BROADWAY
i CITY OFFICE
In Maxwell House, Corner Churcn
i, : Street and 4th Ave., North. '
PHONE MAIN 377
Corrected January 12, 1908.) ., ;.. r
Leaves West and Northwest Arrives
aiOOaiu-Memphls, Hickman, Pa- 3:35pm
diuah, St. LoulB, con
conuects for Ontrevllle (!)
2:1E. .-l'aducali, Hickman, 1:32pm
!r,::)Opm-'vVaverly Accommodation, 8:00am
8:UUpiu inxio l'lyer bouq ixtuu .uuin
to St. Louis.
ll:30pm -Memphis and Hickman 6:50am
KOUTII AND EAST,
.-iam Chicago and Florida 3:13am
j::via m St. Louis- Jacksonville 6A5pm
"Dixie Flyer." Con
nections (!) for all branch
Una rint nta
r::I7pra Chlcano, Jacksonville. 3:20pm
nixie r lyei. duuu
Ipiln llinincr p,ra.
,';:.) p ra Chattanooga and the 10:50an?
I'.asi. ijonneciions lor
tshclbyvllle, Kparta, Fayett
ville. lluntsvllle, Tracy
' Chv Kuiith PlttHhnrc.
:ii:C0 o m Tuliiihoina Acconnnoda- !8.15am
lion. VOiuiecia lor oneiuj"
J::i0 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta 6:35ara
A uirusia uuq poiuiu 00
yond, LERANON TRAINS.
tT-rlo mT.ph.nnnn Mixed .......
1U:2,'am Lebanon Express !2:10pm
'H)pni Lebanon Accommodation KMOpm
Tj.Oopiu Lebanon Accommodation . !8:30um
'ally, !Dally except Sunday.
"V M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell HouBe.
eOWKLL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell
v ... b.YNl iY, d P A., Union Station,
A. S. RUCKER
is still feeding the people
1023 14th AVENUE, N. Phone M. 2298'
It. (J. Hartin, the Tailor.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
Suits $15.00 Up Pants $4.50 Up
Clfaniig, rressig, Repairing, Dyeln ? & Altering,
607 12th Avenue, North.
OUT OF TOWN NOTES
CLARKSVILLE . NOTES.
Articles in newspapers published at
Nashville, with headlines "Tennessee
Going Dry," were read last wetik by
the citizens of this place with equa
nimity. Clarksville's dryness is
made moist many a time a day
through the agency of railroads and
express companies, and no doubt the
same condition will be noticeable aft
er the state-wide legislation is in ef
fect. A few nights ago several persons of
pronounced prohibition tendencies
were on their way home, and like most
men will do, began to chant melodious
strains to the retiring moon, while
that benign orb winked the other eye.
This was the lay:
"As long as the Kongo flows to the sea,
As long as the leaves grow on the bam
Our, love and devotion
Will not cause commotion,
Just so long as Kentucky
Is some ten miles from thee."
City of Clarksville is in the market
to sell some $31,000 4 1-2 per cent
bonds, known as the Water Works Re
funding Bonds, in order to liquidate
outstanding bonded debts due Febru
ary 1, 1909. If the city can dispose
of these securities at a premium, it
will be a master stroke of financial
diplomacy, while business both large
and small are still feeling the pinch
of the recent panic. It is to be hoped
that the advertised sale will be a fore
cast of returning prosperity to this
From every part of the city mem
bers of the Twentieth Century Lodge
K. of P., were seen wending their way
toward the Castle Hall last Tuesday
night to witness the twelfth semi-annual
installation ceremonies and to
participate in the social side of the af
fair in shape of a banquet to the out
going and incoming administrations.
Ritualistic rites and installation serv
ices were said by Deputy Grand Chan
cellor Dr. C. A. Kelly, while the ban
quet proper was under direct supervi
sion of Mr. Chas. Cobb. Informal re
marks were made by. members and
visitors. The following officers were
installed: Knight Josh Quarles, C. C;
Knight W. P. Irvine, V. C; Knight P:
J. Coleman, M, W.,; Knight Chas. Ilud
son, Prelate; Knight Denj.'Blakely, M.
A!; Knight E. D. Roberts, K. R. and
S.; Knight E. S. Randals, M. F.;
Knight N. R. ' Kimbrough,: M. E. ;
Knight Andrew Wilcox, I. O.; Knight
Joe Cross, O. G.
Never, has Clarksville society en
tered upon a ( season's activity with
such scant enthusiasm than has char
acterized the preliminaries to the
1909-10 season. Dullness of times, to
bacco situation and state-wide agita
tion may in part be due to the tame be
ginning. While arrangements for a
few coming events have been made,
nothing of an elaborate measure is
The wedding of Charles Warfield
and Miss Mary Harris last Wednesday
it the home of the bride was quite an
auspicious opening for the social sea
son, and marked a pretty home affair
The ceremony was said by the Rev
Mr. Seymour, pastor of Mt. Olive Bap
Guthrie, Ky., Clarksville's next door
neighbor, will in the near future vote
whether saloons will be licensed or
not. The election will have an inter-
fsMng bearing upon Clarksville and
the state of Tennessee, if the prohibi
tionists fail to carry the day.
The. Home Infirmary, under the di
rect supervision of Miss Bessie Patton
has been able to restore several per
sons to normal health. The Infirmary
is quite an addition to Clarksville and
sneaks well for the management. The
physician in charge1 has the hearty
support of all the professional men
and women of the city.
The friends of Dr. C. A. Kelly will
be glad to know that he is able to be
out again and resume his practice aft
er several weeks' illness.
Mr. Henry Randals spent several
days in, Nashville last week and was
nrespnt at the reception, given at
Fisk in honor of the Governor and
members of the Legislature.
Mr. Willie Clemens, for several
years a teacher in the city schools, ha
vesianed and left for Nashville last
Last Monday evening at St. PeterV
Church Iconoclastic League was or
gnized. The following officers were
elected: President. Mrs. C. II. Boone-
Secretary, II. R. Merry: Treasure
Mips Carrie Ballard: Vice President
Dr. Robt. T. Burt. The committee 01
program was as follows: Dr. S. Jeffcr
son. Chairman: as associates: Mise
Metcalfe, Firse, Shclton and Dixon.
The membership of the league h
about thirty and it is the intention to
study parliamentary laws, current
events, as well as act as aid to the
various departments of the church.
Dr. E. S. Randals spent several days
in Nashville this week.
Mrs. Louise Hunt, a very prominent
member of the C. M.. E. Church, and
one who is loved by all who know
her, went to the Homo Infirmary and
had a very serjous operation lit
week. She is recovering very rapidly.
The Twentieth Century Concert
Band gave an entertainment at Buck's
Hall last Monday night.
Sunday was a very cold day here.
Mrs. Florence Woods, Mrs. Tobitha
Woldrldge are on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hughes are
happy "over the arrival of their new
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ewing have
moved to their home.
Mr. Harvey. Hughes and Mr. Henry
Matthews spent Sunday in Franklin.
Misses Martha B. Wolridge, Fannie
Joe Woldridge, L. Voorhies and Nan
nie T. Wilkins spent last Sunday even
ing with Estella Brown.
Mrs. Asberry Whitfield, who has
been confined to her bed for sometime
Mr. John Lawrence and Mr. Lee
Woodard, our popular tailors, are do
ing work here in Franklin.
Rev. D. W. Binford, pastor of the A.
M. E. Church, and Rev. Nelson, pas
tor of M. E. Church, had a joint rally
last Sunday with good results.
Rev. D. W. Binford preached for
Rev. Nelson at 11 o'clock a. m., and
Rev. Nelson preached ' for Rev. D. W.
Binford at 7:30 p. m. They had a
good crowd at each service.
Rev. D. W. Binford was taken by
surprise Saturday night when a couple
came to his house to be made one.
Rev. Binford at once set about and
tied the knot. The couple was Mr.
Morgan Fitzpatrick and Mrs. Cassie
Davis, of this place.
Times seem to be getting better in
and around our city. The Globe has
a wide circulation in Franklin, Tenn.
Miss Bettie Walker entertained a
limited number of friends last Satur
day night, January HO. at a social.
Games were indulged in until a late
hour when a four-course menu wa-j
served. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Webb, Miss Mattie Webb.
Mr. Joseph Fitzhugh. Mr. Porter
Haves. Mr. Leonard Hayes, Mr. Ed.
nd George Pettis, Mr. Daniel Webb
M'-. John Vinson, Mr. Earnest Noel.
Miss Bettie Walker.
Mrs. Frances Porter died last Mon
Any, January 25. Mrs. Porter. thouci
71 veas nf nge. was' in considerable
rnrvft health and was sitting in a thai'
totvintr with relative's 'when she fel'
frrvm the chair to 'the1 floor ' and wa
"ieVed :m hv her prandbaughter ami
"1aed on a couch whre in a few' mo
nifnts she breathed hr last. Mr"
Porter wns a member of the-'M. ; E
Hmrch of this place. "whre her funer
v1 va largely attended on Wedn
dv. Rfvs. R. , HartsfHd and Tt
G. Brown offic'atn cr. Mrs. Peltier
is survived by pre sn. '.Mr. Ben Pos
ter, of Aenf ine. Kancsqo.- and ' 'onp
(r'-p-nddfiihtpr, Mrs".'1 Francis Sadler
of this olace. , .' '
Mr. Ben Pnvpr, of Argentine Kan.
to litirp, bmMng r)nory pntlpd on'-".''1lPt
fbo bidden 'leqtV of his mother
TVTro. Vrqn',eK. ""nrf Mr1. PortQr ?
pv-ncrtcfl to rpp-o in 1 c"voi-fl1 .rpp'tf ay..i ,
Miss c'a.rah Bes'led lst Mnnd'
night. .Tani'arir 17. "00 Funprql jorv
Jopcj v'Prp lat Wpriffldov', .Tnii
irv lth. at fho M, V! Ph'iroTTrtf thl
Rpv q, v; TTotHMd and Rev
Tonn VvanVitn. She leaves to mon rr
Vr loss two little children', one rpv"
vears old and the other one year old
ajvi number of relative nnd frlnda
Pev. J. P. Booth, district superin
tendent of Gumherland River District
held his first ouarterlv eonferenee herr
last P'aturday night and Snndav. Jan
nary 23. 24. Rev. Booth nrpahed a
excellent sermion Snndav evening.
Rev. Grorkett, of Springfield. Tenn
preached for Pov. Woodson, the pa"
tor of the M. K Church of this plac
1at Sunday night. January 24.
Miss Florence Pettis, who has hpp"
suffering from chills and tonssilliti"
fo a. fw davs. Is n.ble to be no agal"
Onite a. surprise swept ovr thl
'"ommunitv especially at the home o
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. PtHs. when t.h
upws of th arrival of thIr son, Mr.
Wm. TT. Pettis, of T"!svil1e. TCv.. wa
broken. TTp mme home for the pur-
"ftqo of r-fin(Hncr a fow daVS nP 1
nunMn? trio, TTp. nrrivpd last Tno
r1av pvnlntr nd remained until Si'n
dav nMit. returning to his home In
On Satnrdqy nffrht. January 23. Mr
Armfnt Shnto entertained at a st""
S'Wal a limited nnml"" o" friends I1
nnnor of her h'-other. M" Wm. TT." Pet
Us. of Louisville. TCv. The honse w-
dpooratpd with notterl flnwors. such s
fpvnc forqnlunics. pto. . Games
indulged In rntil " bte bonr wn
fnp pniopfs were Invited to tb1 fHr)lr'r
n(im -vbprp the hriorlit no1I?hed ta'e
heavllv draned In Uppu and cllver an-1
rf n-iqat; nrpqpnted . beautiful aoprftr.
nn"e. Tt nnd for n. renter deeoration
rrpttv band-Prnlroiderpd PlPCP o'
vpri vpepq. Ttip following were nr
ent: Mr. Wm. TT. Pettis. Mr. .Tolm
Vinson. Mr. Narval Vinon. Mr. Th
Wohh ATr. Opornfo PliUHnq, Mr. VA
Vfltpmnn. Mr, FranV Hiq. Mr. Jlu
e-t Tive. Mr. Hoorge Pcftisi. ATr. .To'-
Uirlr. Mr Wallnep GoodHMi. Mr.
HoO'lrioV. Mr. Speneor TiT-ol. Mr F-'
roHia. .Mr. Tim T,oVo. Mr. Rohp-
chntp. Mr. John Sbnte.
TttoMFP COL'-FOF- NOTES.
Tho Vlotitinale Onqrtette return"''
"mm TewIsbnro' and renorted having
'-a'l n-Tlorious tinip. crowded ho"so
nd pne weather. They were hieblv
comnlimpnted by the- citlzens"of Lewis
burg both races.
There are thirty-seven. Negro banks and institutions doing
business in the Unitedl' States. J- They are owned and operated
by Negroes and are. scattered throughout the several states,
in the South. The riaine'sV lo"catlons, and other information
some of them are given below-
OXE-CEST SAVINGS; BAKff
Incorporated Under the Laws c! Tennessee.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking 'business. -.Inter
est paid on all time deposits, ' Qnly ' insti
tution of its kind inTennessee.'. ;
R. H. BOYD, President. " ', '
J. W. BOST1CK. Vice-President ' ' '
J. C NAPIER. Cashier.. 1 '
C N. LANOSTON, Teller.
411 Fourth Ayeuue, North,
TflE PEOPLE'S ISTESTME5T AND
nmm compasy. "
BIRMINGHAM, ALA, i
Capital Stock, $10,000.00, "
Doing a regular banking business. Col
lections solicited. Depository for the
Great Southern Industrial' Home Insur
ance Company. ..i.
W. L LAUDERDALE, President'1 ' ;
DR. R. D. MACKLIN. Vice President
A, D. JORDAN, 6shier, - . -THOS.
A. HARRIS, Teller and
acting Cashier.1 '
Union Savings Bank.
Capital Stock. $10,000.00.
Collections and Out-of-town . Bus
iness Solicited, ; - ,t
H. E. CONNER, M. D., President "
J. a H. BOWMAN, First Vice President
THOS. D.LLON, Second Vice President
T. O. EW1NO. J R.. Cashier. -a
M. MclNTYRE, Assistant .
Cashier. ., , . ,:, .
BANK OF MOUND - BAYOU.
, 3I0U8P,BA10P,,',MSSJ Vj:M .
: CAPITAL i STOCK, $ 1 6 00.00. '
J01IN W. fRANCIS, President. '' '
W. T. MONTGOMERY; Vlc PnsUent. '
CHAS. BANKS, Cashier' r-
R. M. McCARTY,
CHAS. BANKS. i .',o
. J.W. FRANCIS. ... . :.t .. .. .
H.A. GODBOLD. '
S. M. MORGAN,
W.T.MONTGOMERY.:;. : -
C R. STRINGER. vMw.r...
E.W. LAMPTON. .
" ! "- B.H.CRESWELL " -
; ' - , -:,." . -' ;t- .
SOLVEKT SAMGS BMK AHD
TRUST COM.' ; :
' CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00: , : !
OFFICERS, :-" Mr " !
R. R. CHURCH, President
At 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
829 Benle St. , MEMl'IIIS, TENN.
ALABMU MM MM UK
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
V. R. PiTTUoiD, Preident ;
B. H. Hudsoit, Cashier.
J. O. DirriT, Vice President
P. T. Claik, Assistant Cashier
217 North Eighteenth treat
People's Bank and Trust Co.
4 Per Cent Interest ;
On Time Deposits.
A. T. Esror, Presiilpnt. J. K. 'olmson, "asliicr.
Mis Hetilah Farmer, of Chattanoo
c;a, who has Iwen very sick, is able to
be out again.
Mr. John P. Cartwright, Turner's
famous second baseman; is very sick,
suffering with peritonitus. -Ho is re
ported better to-day.
The American Literature Class of
Turner Normal College gave their an
nual "Soiree." Friday evening, Jan.
20th. A lovely booth of lace curtains
"id college colors and beautifully ar
ranged inside with pictures and fiow
Ts, was on one side of the room where
fruits, candy and delicious cream were
sold for the benefit of the class liter
ature to be bought. In the dining-roo-n,
which was beautifully- illumin
tnl with electric lights and decor
ated with college colors, - the supper
was served in courses . which consist
ed of five "scrumptious" ones. Fifty
guests were served. ,
Miss Madge Boddie, Turner's female
St. Luke Penny Savings Bank
CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000.
New York and Foreign
Bankers' Money Orders payable in any part of tlw
U. S. for sale. Collections receive
3 Jr Cent, raid on Time Deposits.
MAGGIE L WALKER, EMMETT C BURKE.
J- P. ROBINSON, President
S. A. JORDAN. Vice-President.
C B. KING, Cashier.
CAPITAL CITY SAVINGS DM
LITTLE ROCK., ARK-
CAPITAL STOCK 25,000.00
4 Per Cent Paid on Savintfs Accounts.
Real Estate. Life, Sick, Accident! ire Ensurance. r.Ja
Write us about our system of depositing by
mall. We do for you all that a good bank
W. A. ATTAV AY. M. D Pres. W. W. CCX. Cd'JiIer.
W. H. COATS. Vice Pres. f.. D. BlRNTTf, As-1 (if. r.
Delta Penny Savings Bank
INCORPORATED OCT. 1904.
CAPITAL $ 3.V00.O0
BESOl'RCLS OVEH $1CO,(.00.00
Does a General Banking Business. Mikes L an
on Approved Security. Pays Interest o i lei o: s.
Collects Rent Pays Taxes.. Handles Real Sft.i.i;
Etc. Correspond with us. Your Business, ho- ' 'er
small, is solicited. -We Pay fOunpcrcent in:-.- t
on Time Deposits.' ' , - ,--
Savings Bank; of the Grand Jountain.
United Order of Triie Uefcirmers.
Capital .and Surplus , $ -'185,000.00
Loans and Discounts . . . 444,732.00
Total business to date -. . 18,028,800.0J
Interest paid on deposits. "Tho
Systematic Saving habit is an anchor
of safety to every man." Deposits so
5 '"' W. L. TAYLOR, President.' '
R. T. LlLL, Cajhltr.
-CAPITAL STOCK, $IO,000.00;ri
Strict Attention Paid to Business.
' lectioife Solicited. C
Jv I. MITCHELL, President
H. E. ROBERTS. Vice President. . . '; ...
J. M. COLEMAN. Cashier. ' ' A:
a A. LITTLEJOHN, Assistant Cutlet
DIRECTORS Dr. T. V. Jones. I. M. Shumpert,
E. S. Evans, O. H. Campbell E. S. Jones, W. W
Lincoln Savings tnnk,
luihorizcl C:;-i:::l, t2'),l)0(?.f 0.
First moneyed Institution mnnngeO t?
colored men In iMIsslssiii) I.
Constantly growing, constantly doio
Does general banking biis'n'ss.
Stock for Sale, $5.00 t.r Share.
W. K. MOLMSON, l'reslden'.
li. F. LAt KY.VIee-I'resldent.
M. Z. MOLLISON, l ashier.
The People's IHir.c fm: fa. k
and Tnrt Associiilioii.
CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00.
SHARES $5 00 EACH.
Collections and out-of-town business
solicited. Interest paid on time deposit
SAM'L I.'NOAY, PreHcnt.
r p po'vts. Vice President.
' A-"t dr.hirr
bnsT sinTer. sent a few days with her
mother and father in Tullahoma and
returned Monday morning, February
Miss Maud K. Brookins, musical in
structor at Turner Normal"! who has
Veen on the sick list this week, is at
her post again.
Misses Agnes Hampton and Dora
Jones spent Sunday in the city with
Mrs. Emma Cartwright.
Miss Dora Jones, who has been suf
fering with a severe cold and a light
case of la grippe, is up again.
Several young ladies have gone out
to take up their schools. More are
The Bridge Club, of East Shelby
ville. will soon become the champions
of the city.
Miss Annie Frazier, who has been
on (he sick list, is Improving.
Mr. John Orr was also included on
the sick list last week.
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