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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1909.
II I. L MOORE. T. CLAY MOORE, Residence 'Phone, Notary Public Main 4U'.i2-y. Main 3293. THONE Office. Main 2093. CLAY MORE & CO. teal i'Mk and Loan Ascitis, Kent- m, Buying and rf.Bg Property a jspemuy. 418 CEDAR STREET, WITH K. R. CAttNKT, THK TAILOR. NASHVILLE, TENN. Louisville & Nashville R. R. New Union Station. City Ticket Office, 224 Fourth Te JSorth. Telephone Main 768 Leaves. Arrivii. Louisville Sc Cincinnati ;i:47ani 2:iram LouiST.Ilo & Cincinnati 7:56am 8:27am Louisville & Cincinnati 8:0()pm 8 35pm Louisville Accom'oda....a12:2npm ft3 06pm KTansville& Chicago 3:57sm J:05am ICvansviUa& Chicago 7:40pm 8:10am EvansvilloA St. Louis 3:67am 2:05ara Kvansnlle & St. Louis.... 7:0am a8:l0pm Kvansville A. St Louis 7:40pm 8:10am liirmingham, Monlgoni err, Mobile and New Orleans 2:25am 3:37am Birmingham, Mantgom err, Mobile and New Orleans.... ..8:45am 7 :25pm NashTilU A ScotttTille Accommodation 3:10pm 19:15am Nashville & llartsville Accommodation 5:10pm t7:50am Tlopkinsville Ap,com'oda...aB :46pm 10:00am Nashville & Clarksviiie Accommodation 4:16pm t8:L7m Nashville & Decatur Ac- commodation 8:50pm 10:10am Columbia Sc ML Pleasr.nt.. 8:50pm ' 7:25pm Colnmbia, Florence, Sheffield, & Tu8cumbla..7 :40am 5:00pm Daily. tl1y except Sunday. a Steps at North College-street station. Train arriving at 4:65 p. in. runs from Mt. Pleasant eniy. . . Train arriving at 7:45 p. m brings connec tions trem Tuscumbia and Florence. It. O. WILLIS, W. HAL. MUSTAIKE , District Pas. Aitent. CitT Ticket Agent. j.,0. & TICKET OFFICES ! ONION STATION, BROADWAY CSTY OFFICE In Maxwell House, Corner Church Street and 4th Are. , North. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwest Arrives 7:00am-MemphIs, Hickman, Ta- 3:85pm ducah, Bt. Louis, con conuectsfor Cntre7lll (!) Zo i Paducah, II 1 o k m a n , la2pm Jackson S-ilCpm Waverly Accommodation, 8:00am 8:0upm-"Lixle Flyer" Bolld train lJ:06am to St. Louis. il:30pm Memphis and Hickman 6:50am : SOUTH AN n KAST. lam Chicago and Florida 3:13am Limited. ;9:30am-St. Louis- Jacksonville 6:56pm ; "Dixie Flyer." Con- ' nectlons (!) for all branch i lino points. ' 12:17pm Chicago, Jacksonville.... 3:20pm "Dixie Flyer." Solid train. Dlulngcars. 3:30 p m Chattanooga and the 100aro Kiist. Connectkins (!) for Hhelbyvllle, (Sparta, Fnyett- villo, IluntBVtlle, Tiaiy City, South l'lttsburs. w.-oo p m Tuiiahoma Acconnnoda- 18:15am Hon. Connects for Hh el by- vllle. 9:30 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta 655am Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. 7:00am Lebanon Mixed :'i&am Lobanon Express I2:10pm UK)pm Lebanon Accommodation !i.40pm J&.uupm Lebanon Accom modation , 18:S0am "aily. IDaily except Sunday. v. M. HUNT, C T. A., Maxwell HouBe, POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House. W. L. DANLEY, O- P. A., Union Station. TENN. CENTRAL 11. R. City Ticket Oilice, No. 1 Arcade, 227 FOURTH AYE., N. 'PHONE, MAIN 209 Station, foot of Broad street. Effective March 14. 1908. Depart. Nashville to Hopkinsville 8:05 a. nt. Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:00 p. ni. ILebanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. Knoxville Day Express 8:30 a. in. Knoxville Night Express 9:30 p. m. Monterey Shopping Train 4:00 p. m. ILebanon Accommodation 6:10 p. m. Arrive. 7:05 p. m 9:30 a. m 2:10 p. m 6:45 D. m 6:15 a. m. 10:(K) a. m 7:50 a. m. Daily IDaily except bunday. Train leaving Nashville at 8:30 a. m. carries day coach through to Knoxville (via Southern Railway from Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East. Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. in. carries sleeping car to Knoxville (via Southern Railway from Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East and South east. H. W. TYSON. C. T. A. ERIC TATOM, P. A. THEO. A. ROUSSEAU. O. P. A. Miss Anna Louise Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter, of 1309 Hynes street, was here for several weeks. She recently finished from the x..!J i r xai nurse uuiuiug cuui&o jm. uic nuvm. Hospital, of Chicago, with high hon- ors. She is a sister to Dr. Cheatham Hunter. Miss Hunter has been the re cipient oi mucu sucaai auuuiuu uui- ... . i- i.i -ii ii ing her short stay in this her old SLL.Ry. hnm( I : Home." Misses Mary L. Clark and Mayme r.rooks. E,Sr?n?.atK' tment Miss Original Poem Mr. Dan Hackley Winston. j Editorial Department Miss Lou- retha Ursa Chambers. Quartette. "Draw Near, 0 Christ, to Me." Misses M. A. Dunson. Jennie P. Dunson, Messrs. Evans Tyree, J. B. Boyd. Composing DepartmentMr. Evans Tyree Duet, "Just as I Am," Mrs. Nellie i E. Dunlap and Miss Georgia L. Had-j ley. Press Department Mr. J. Blaine Boyd. Bindery Department Mr. L. S. Gray. Mailing Department Mr. John Ridley. Closing Chorus, "Princes, Awake!" At the close of the last piece, Dr. Hearst, of Kansas City, Mo., rose and admonished that he be heard, al though he was not .on the program. He said, "Mr. Master of Ceremonies, Drs. Boyd, Clark and others, you have kept the best until the last and I de clare unto you to-night that such an array of skilled employees in a re ligious plant is the greatest argument that can be produced that we are working for God and humanity and although I have been interested in the Publishing House, I shall go back West and tell the people at home what you are doing here and thus spread the news in a way I am sure will do goo." After some announcements with re- srect to the trolley ride that had been made in the afternoon taking in the entire city, the party consisting of three cars, the audience was dis missed by Rev. Win. Beckham. A large portion of the audience was made up of visitors to the city who would not miss the program. NATIONAL THEOLOGICAL SEM INARY. New life has been injected1 into the , educational feature of the National Baptist Convention. According to statements heard after the Education al Board meeting, which was called here by Rev. T. J. Searcy, Chairman of the Board, who has shown his de termination, to get results, this de partment of the Convention, whose main object seems to be the open ing of the Theological Seminary, will , really result in the end sought. The Board was canea to meet in connec- tion with the Sund'ay-School Congress In response to the call of Dr. T J. Searcy, of Memphis, states were PUBLISHING HOUSE NIGHT. (Continued from Page 1.) Stenographic Department Miss El eanor Elfreda Battle. Duet and Chorus, "Lead Me Gently represented at this meeting nicn;wa unusuany large at this meeting, have not usually represented even at the annual meetings. This is attnb uted to the interest Dr. Searcy has taken in the management of the board. It will be remembered that when Dr. Klugh, the last secretary, whose resignation was accepted at this meeting, attempted to move the headquarters from Nashville a strong . ..., l,,, protest was made, but Dr. Searcy took the matter up with the board and to gether with the state agitation and the pressure brought to bear by Nash ville people, headquarters will remain in this city. This alone Is not re sponsible for the outlook, it Is the election of Rev. A. N. McEwen, of Mobile, Ala., whose work as an organ izer and builder stands out for Itself. Then, too, it was learned that the board members have pledged their various districts to educational work and with the plan on foot one thou sand dollars will be raised before the meeting of the annual convention in September and this long-talked-of Theological Seminary will materialize and Nashville will be the prouder as well as the possessor of' another ed ucational institution. Dr. McEwen Is known to most of the Tennessee peo ple, in fact and reality, his member ship has been with the Mt. Zion Bap tist Church, of this city, for more than thirty years, thus he has never been entirely cut loose from Nash ville's religious forces. He also spent a few years at Tuiianoma His elec- tion as Educational Secretary with his known ability as a financier, a ready speaker with wit and tact, if properly supported, Is calculated to help the school, and., according to the good Baptist brethren who were In Nashville last week, will succeed in getting the fifteen thousand dollars promised by the Home Mission So ciety, of New York, which is regarded as only a part of what they will do for the national work. The location of the school, so far as the national phase is concerned, is already a mat ter of record and Nashville was se lected. Now it develops that the KiiilfUntro arA crrnimrla will nnSfiihlv uullu"a "" . r j f nn rw,,.,,, illlt nnrifl nf tn s couid ,De brought out, as no one of the Educational Board members would talk, and Dr. Searcy could not be H n p-Ivp n rfeflnitA rpnlv. The headauarters of the Educational Sec wii.v... o"- " - r " retary will be In this city not only in name, but it is understood that Dr. McEwen has only asked the Board for sufficient time to properly arrange his business and resign his Mobile church so that he can open his office in this city. MAKES PROGRAM FOR ANNUAL CONVENTION. At the meeting of the Executive Board of the National Baptist Con vention, which convened in this city last week, and which was called to order by Rev. E. C. Morris, D. D., president of the said convention, it is rndei.tocd that the program was made for the annual session of the convention, which is to be held in Columbus, Ohio, in the month of September. Nothing concerning the program or wno win appear tnereon could be obtained, as, according to Secretary Hudson's statement, it is contrary to the rules to give out any definite information, and yet it is ru mored that such notable speakers as Dr. B. T. Washington and President Taft would be notified that they were expected1 to speak to the Convention. The regular custom in making these programs seems to have been carried REV. A. A. COSBY. Rev. Cosey is Secretary of the Mound Bayou Oil Mill, Mound Bayou, Miss. He state'd while here that work in the mill was progressing rap idly and the company hopes to open in a few weeks. out. The program will provide for a time in which each or the seven boards will be allowed an opportunity to make their reports and, as usual, Rnn,f nhlfi divine will deliver the an- nual sermon for the various boards, but who they are coui(j not be given out nor could any other definite infor mation relative to the real program as it win oe carried out during tne j meeting be obtained. The attendance as lt is said that it exceeded that of lest year. It is argued that this was occasioned by inducements offered in calling the meeting in connection with the Sunday-School Congress. It was apparent that this enabled the Executive Board members to finish their deliberations and then take part in the Congress proceedings. Pres ident Morris before leaving expressed his satisfaction at the outcome of the meeting and seemed to have been well pleased with the splendid pro gram that the committee had ar ranged. He and part of the Arkan sas delegation left Thursday, as their State Convention convenes on the 22nd. WOMEN'S TRAINING SCHOOL. The trustees of the National Training School in conference meet ins thrust another honor upon Miss N. II. Burroughs?, of Louisville, Ky. She was unanimously elected Presi dent of the National Women's Train ing School, located at Washington, D. C. In the Board meeting which was held in the Sunday-school room of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church this action was taken. It was the unani mous consent of twenty-five states represented in the meeting. Using the remark of Mrs. Peyton, Vice Pres ident from the state of Illinois, who presided: "They made the wisest se lection, as Miss Burroughs is not only sn organizer, but has the educational ability." Other work of the Women's Hoard, whose deliberations consumed the better part of the day last Thurs day, was the selecting of a committee to go to Washington and formally lcok over and lay the plans that will be needed in the operation of the Training School and the adoption of a course of study and a catalogue for the school. Not in the history of the Women's Auxiliary Convention, it is said, has such a representation from all the states met any special call of the board as did on this occasion. Special rates on account of the Sun dav-School Congress meeting were eiven enabling this large attendance They plan to open school in October PHYLLIS WHEATLEY CLUB. Keg-breaking and closing meeting for this season of the Phyllis Wheat ley Club will be held Thursday, June 24, at 707 Lea avenue, with Mrs. G. L. f--. ) -' vt' off V ,K fL,lf ... .1 m ,'4 ANK DIRECTORY. There are thirty-Beten Nrro baif and business in the United States. Tbey are by Nesroes and are scattered throujhout in the South. The names, locatlow, and .-!.!" t.f thein are given below. ONE-CENT SAVINGS BANK- Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. Does a regular banking business. Igtr est paid on all time deposits. Only iubt tution of its kind in Tennessee. R. H. BOYD. President. J. W. BOSTICK. Vice-President J. C NAPIER. Cashier. C N. LANGSTON, Teller. 411 Fourth Afenue, Sorth, , XASIIrtLLE, TENNESSEE. TOE PEOPLE'S IJVESTMENT AM) B1IUIQ C031FASY. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Doing a regular 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. VICKSBURG. MISS. Capital Stock. $10,000.00. Collections and Out-of-town Bo iness Solicited. H. E. CONNER. M. D., President. J. G. H. BOWMAN, First Vice President THOS. DILLON, Second Vice President T. G. EWING, JR., Cashier, a M. McINTYRE. AsiUtant Cashier. BANK OF MOUND BAYOU. MOUND PA YOU, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. JOHN W. FRANCIS, PrtsWeat. W. T. MONTGOMERY, Vl President. CHAS. BANKS, Cashier. R. M. McCARTY, CHA5. HANKS. J. W. FRANCIS. H. A. OO D BOLD. . S. M. MORGAN. W.T. MONTGOMERY. C R. STRINGER. E. W. LAMFTON. a H. CRESWELL SOLVENT SAVINGS BMK AM) TRUST COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. OFFICERS. R.IL CHURCH. Preoident M. L CLAY, Vice President. J. W. SAN FORD, 2nd Vice President , W. E. MOLLISON. 3rd Vict President J. T. SETTLE, Attorney. ROBERT R. CHURCH. JR., Cashier. 829 Bcalo St., MEMPHIS, ALABAMA PEMY SNUGS BASK. BIRMINGHAM. ALA. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. V. R. Prrnroao, Proidant H. Htnox, Cashier. J. O Dift av, Ylce PTriionL P. F Clasx, AmUUM CiDhltc. 217 North Eighteenth fttrt People's Bank and Trust Co. Capital $25,000 mmm, oxlukmi. -4- Per Cant Intarest On Time Oeposltsi 0 ;p d sits Giiraateed. 1 T. Ksror, rrtMiicnt. J. L J;i!i;isoi, Cashier. Jackson. All the members of the club are urged to attend this meeting and to bring in all the kegs. These kegs have been given to the members in the interest of the home that we are struggling to purchase. It is hoped that a sufficient amount of money will be raised to warrant the first payment. The home will be for old ladies and orphans. There will be an interesting program rendered. Some good speeches and good music will be given. The ladies of the club who have not as yet entertained will combine and furnish refreshments for this meeting. Mrs. S. V. Lofton is chairman on this side and Mrs. Ful ton Stockell on the East side. The ladies of the club are inviting their husbands and all persons interested in the work of lifting as we climb and in the purchase of this home. We hope to make this meeting a great success. The club closes its work institutions doing a batkls owned and operated excllTlj tb se-vfral Btates, prindpHy ethsr Information concrttiy.g St. Luke Penny Savings 1M IUCIIM0XD, Tl. CAPITAL STOCK. $50,000. New York and Foreign Drafts issued. Bankers' Money Orders payable in any part of tbp U. S. lor sale. Collections receive prompt attention. 3 l'er Out. Paid on Time Deposits. MAGGIE L WALKER. EMMETT C BURKE President. Cashier. - P. ROBINSON, President. S. A. JORDAN, Vice-President. C B. KING, Cashier. CAPITAL CITY SHIMS liASK LITTLE ROCK, ARK.. CAPITAL STOCK $ 2.1,000.0 SURPLUS 2,000.0 4 Per Cent Paid on Savings Accounts. Real Estate, Life, Sick, Aaldcntflre Insurance. nJd Write us about our system of depoRH'in; Jy mall. Wedoforyou all that a goo ;ai ' can do. W. A. ATMAY. M. D., Pres. W. W. COX. Cwtiler. W. II. COATS. Vice Pres. M. D. Bl RNIT f , Ass t Csshlrt Delta Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT. 1904. CAPITAL $ 3:.,1m.OO LESOUBCtS OVEB $100,OwO.OO Does a General Bnnkinir Business. M ikes Loan on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deposi.s. Collects Rent. Pays Taxes. Handles Real 'istate, Etc Correspond with us. Your Husines, hrr" ""cr small, is solicited. We Pay Four per cent in:e -.r.t on Time Deposits. IXDIAXOLA, : MISSISSIPPI. Savings Tank of the Grand Fountain. lTnilcd Order of True Reformers. Capital and Surplus .... $ 185.000.00 Deposits 306,902.00 Loans and Discounts ... 444,732.00 Total business to date .. 18,023,800.00 rn tercet paid on doposita. "Tha L itematic Saving habit is an anchor o' safety to every roan." Deposits so Iicited. V. L. TAYLOR, President. H T. IMA Cf THE PEHHY SAVINGS BANK. COLUMBUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. Strict Attention Paid to Business. C2i lections Solicited. AT. I. MITCHELL President H. E. ROBERTS. Vice President. J. M. COLEMAN. Casliier. a A. L1TTLEJ0HN, AssistABt CasZZZ DIRECTORS-Dr. T. V. Jones. J. M. SlrefflTV E. S. Evans, O. H. Campbell. E. i. Jones. WTJC Cox. Lincoln Savings Bunk, vicksbuhg, Mississippi. lulhurizcd Capital, $25,003.00. First moneyed Institution mnnitiuJ v colored men in -M IssUiir'j 1. Constantly growing, constantly 4 good. Ioes " gcnpral ivmklmr business. Stock for Sale, $3.00 per 5hr W. K. M(M USON, President. B. F. LA( KY.VIce I'resUlent M. '.. JlOLLiSON, C'asnmr &LDfeiffi Ui Staunton, Ta. CAPITAL STOCK. $10,000.00, SHARES $5.00 EACH. Collections and out-of-town btulnes solicited. Interest paid on time deposit C POINTS. Vice Preident. . Uckion, Cahitr. "'Ais't Casbict. for the summer at this meeting, 8 to 11 p. m., June 24, 1900, at 707 Lea av enue, and begins again in September. MARRIAGES. Hollen and Georgia Bit- Wm. ticks. M. Albert W. MoDaniel and Mary P. Garrett. Wm. B. Ward and Rosa P. Shelby Will White and Minnie Le.,0Ken- scaw. J. Tom Hoard and worth. J.i rt'T va Ella Butter- Joe Buford and Mollie Ella Mayes. Robert MeneeseantmTnnie Davis.'" Emgene Hardyno aPtf.Y Lizzie Mc Curty. Elmore uFarorfrfjgi ttndrNellld Arnold. JamoaR9 OoinDaJtitouB AamiA. LOdW Wilf $raflh)iirffll GifcaWttoyneTfl qriT" Pestwa4!MBg9dffd lcaafcdflrO vflk. .snlnnlS9d 9rit n! 9Dn'iIun aid