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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1909.
L L MOORE. T. CLAY MOORE, Residence 'Phone, Notary Public Main 0S2-y. Main 3Z3. 'PHONE Office, Main 20& T. CLAY M00RE&CO. Leal Estate and Loan Agents, Edit ing, Bnying and selling Property a Specialty. 418 CEDAR STREET, WITH I. B. CAtXET, THE TAILOB. NASIIY1LLE, TENN. FELIX S. WHITE. Special attention given to boxing and moving pia- anos, Packing lurniture, pictures, glass ana china ware, etc., for shipment. WE MOVE, PACK, STORE ASD SHIP. I am Daily Found on Dcaderiek St., Betweci Fourth and Fifth lies. Pleasure Wagons for Heir. TELEPHONE. MAIN 2181 Louisville & llashillU R. R. w Uaioa StatUa. City Ticket Offlo. Stl Fevrta ave., Kerta. Talsjaaaa Mail 7M Lorta, Arrival, LoniirilU Be Ciaeinaatl. 3:47am til&am LoaiiTill As Oiaciaaati 7 :86am 3.87am LoniiTill St Oiaoiaaati 1:00pm ttpm LeniiTill Aooaat'ada. a18 :24am al tfpm KvaaiTllUfc Chicago l :67am J:6m BTkiiTill Jt Chie-aga 7:40pm l:lam BraniTilla A Bt. Loaii 1:67am X:Sam KTaaiTilla St. Louis.... a7:Wam ailpm BTtaiTilla Alt.Lovi 7:10pm 1:11am Birraiif kaai, Meatfn err, mdih aaa ntw Orla QiSUm a:87am Biraiactiani, Mantrom- ry, Mbu ana Mew Orltax ..M:4Sam 2faihTilla A SeotUTillt AooHMiati(Ma 8:lp JUahrilU A HartiTllla Aeaaaatdatia 5:llpM HapiiaiTilla AacMda...a:apm Naikfilla A ClarkiTiU o'Miadatioa 4:l(pa KaihTilla acDaeatar Ac eaatMadatiaa 1:50pm Caliabia Mt. riaaiaat.. l:Mpn Oelaaakia. Flaramaa, BatflalC.ai Tatoamala. -7:40am l:laa t7:Wm i:6m tl:l7am l:10an T :26pm 1 :00pm Daily. TJU7 axeapi snmaay. a f ft at Hart a Coflaia-itreet staUoa. Traia arriTlaf at IM p.m. raaa from Mt, flaaiaat aaiy. . Traia arriTf at 7:45 m. briat eonnaa 4iBitra TatOBaabiaaadriaraaca. S.O. WAtLH, TT. Hit. MuaTAiwa , District Pasa. Axent. Ctj Tleket Axeat. TICKET OFFICES UNION STATION, BROADWAY CITY OFFICE Id Maxwell Houee, Corner ChurcU Straat and 4th At., Nort. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) I tflves West and Northwest Arrhes 7,-OOam Memphis, Hickman, Pa- :86pm ducah, St. Louis, con conuct8 for Cntr7llla (!) &U n-raducah, Hickman, 13Spm .Ta.p.lrann fc:30pm Waverly Accommodation, 8K0am 8:00pm "Dlxla Flyer" eolld train 9:e6am to St. Louis. . 11:30pm Memphis and Hickman 6:Mam F SOUTH AND EAST. 1:24am Chicago and Florida :laa Limited. 930am St. Lonla-JaekaonTllla "Uixia riyir. con nections (!) for all branch Una nnlntA. ltnom Chloaeo, JackBnTtlla..- 20p "Dlxla riyer." Ball tra.ln. TllnlnB' C.ara. 3J0 p m Chattanoota and t n lMai ShelbyYiUe, Sparta, Fayett Tllle, HunUHlla, Tracy ritr. Rnuth Pittahurr. IfcOO p m Tullahoma Accommoda- B-.16am villa W0 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta fcSBam yond. LEBANON TRAINS. WM.ni T.Via.nnn If lxd. ........... B:Sam Lebanon Express Ifclfrpm Hlpm-Lebanon Accommodation 0Pm 0pm Lebanon Aooommodation . 1830am ' TaUy. IDally except Sunday. W. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell Honae. POWELL PHILLirS. P. A., Maxwell neuse. W. L. DAN LEY, G. F. A, Union Station. TENS. CENTRAL R, R City Ticket Office, No. 1 Arcade, W7 FOURTH ATE., N. 'PHONE, M1IN 209 Station, foot of Broad street. Effective March 14. 1908. t,. i ' Depart. Nashville to Hopkinsville 8:05 a. m. Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:00 p. m. ILebanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. Arrive, 7.-05 p. m 9:30 a. m 2:10 p. m 6:45 p. m 6:15 a. m Knoxville Day hxpress 8:JU a. m. KnnYville Nieht Express 9:30 D. m Monterey Shopping train 4:00 p. m. 10:00 a. m ILehanon Accommodation 6:10 P. m. 7:50 a. m n-iiiu irtiilv PYrpnf finndav. Train uavinu Nnshville at 8:30 a. m. carries day coach throuKh to Knoxville (via Southern Railway from Harriman). connectine at Knoxville with hrnnph sleeniris cars to points tast Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries sleepinr car to Knoxville (via Southern Railway from Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through slaving can to potnu u anu ouum act L W. I T oUIN, - 1. A. R1CTATOM. P. a, . 1EO. A. ROUSIWCO. A- r M2a Clam Frtenoa, -rho ba been 411 rnnfTmrine WU2l DleuriSY. is w - lmproviog slowly. MURFREESBORO NOTES. Miss Florence Kirk has left . the city to enter upon her duties as teach er at Hope School in the Seventh Dis trict Mr. P. F. McLean spent a few days in Murfreesboro the guest of Rev. J. W. Butler. Msdames R. L. Page and G. B. Brady spent the wek in Nashville. Miss Kirk entertained at her home last Wednesday night in honor of Miss Joe Anna Hill, of Antioch, and Mr. McLean, of Chapel Hill. Music and cames were the features of the eve nine ThoRA Pninvin? her hosnitalitv on CI C iUCoUOiUCO Olivine ivauwv-j t j-j i uv rrfrPo MinniA Vaiiehn. Josie Ewine. r,f VnshvniP Misses Mamie Ganawav. Sadie Anderson, Idella Hatton, Annie to make this the best fair in the his limwn Hill Radio Williams and tory of the county. Clara Scales, of Franklin, Ky., Messrs. Mrs. W. A. Thompson, of Chat Edd. Turner, P. T. McLean, Lee Brown, tanooga and little niece, Lizzie, are visiting our town. They are the Williams ArrhiP. Ramspv. Rev. .T. W. ;utjer Mra V.ttn ttnrieUffe rtf Nashville. is visitine friends and relatives in hia oUv T.Utlp NTflnnlA fi Williams has re- turned hnmA after . a nlpasant two- weeks' !tav in the countrv with Mr L6f irr VJ tJT 7 and Mrs .Tamps Tvncr pinra Willis t.h a pfripst ian?htpr of Mr Atiri Mrs .Tamps Rnford. has been ill with fPVPr. hnt is now rpcnnerat- lrif, i Mrs. Henry Currin is visiting her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. HHo-ohTr n T,,ia Rev. J. W. Butler visited his mother Siinflav frmr mllps from Mil rf rp.pshoro and went from there to Stone's River Church, where the old Baptists held their foot-washing. Mrs. Thos. McCollum and children, of Nashville, have been visiting rela- tives and old friends here. Mr. Mc- Collum joined them Sunday, and the family returned home Sunday after- roon. They were heartily welcomed among their old friends. The members of the First Baptist Church were much pleased at the en- ouracine reoort made bv the nastor. Rev. J. A. Mevers. of the State Bantist Convention. -.tti,,:. Beasley, of Nashville, 1 spent Sunday n the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Page. Dr. C. L. Wilson returned to Nash ville Saturday. Miss Carry B. Page is in city for a week's stay. miss Jonn &ua uass ieu ior cnaaa- nooga saturuay accompaniea oy ner aunt, Airs, tjoraena Mcuowen. Miss Clara Scales returned to her lome, Franklin, Ky., Saturday. WMie n the city she was the recepient of many social teatures. The Rutherford County schools opened last Monday. Mr. Daniel Curren spent Monday in Nashville Mis Johnnie Hughes left for Eagle ville Monday. Mrs. Melissa Linston, of Cincinnati, is in the city. Mrs. Louis Haynes spent a few days at Dilton visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Word. Mr. Ernest Smith was the guest of Miss lanthia Henderson Sunday. A pleasant evening was spent at-the home of Mr. Walter Page Monday. Those present were Misses Carrie B Page, Henrietta Williams, Satie Wil liams, Idella Williams, Elma Williams, Messrs. Geo. Smith and Charles P. Jordan. Mrs. Fannie Sanders left Monday for Milton, where she will teach. Little Beatrice Sanders" left for Nashville Saturday. Mrs. Minnie Curren, who has been quite ill this summer, has recovered. Mrs. Maria Watterson is on the sick list. Prof, and Mrs. Neal, of Harding street, Nashville, are in the city vis iting friends and relatives. The Golden Light Club met at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Overall and Mrs. Anna Williams. A delightful menu was served consisting of Spring chicken on toast, Saratoga chips, sal mon salad, pickles, beaten biscuit, to matoes with mayonalse dressing, stuffed eggs, ices and cake followed. The tlub adjourned to meet with Mrs. Irene Delhidge Monday night. Mr. Brum Burton is perhaps the champion fisherman of the season hav ing the honor of catching the larg est fish reported this season.a channel-cat weighing 8 pounds. Rev. J. A. Meyers is back from the great Memphis convention. He re ports a splendid time. During his ab sence his pulpit was filled by Rev. Hicks. The Senior Gleaners met at the home of Mrs. Preston Scales. Mrs. J. A. Meyers met with them for the first time. We are hoping to have a visit from the Globe representative eoon. Rev. and Mr. J. A. Meyer lfave for the Stone River Aiwoeietixm thie week, harifif bf preceded by Mn. D. A. B. Fergtuam. Mrs. Josephine Ytag, of NerirvUle, has returned to her home, after spend ing a while with her aunt, Mrs. Katie Dartis, of 412 South Spring street. FAYETTEVILLE NOTES. We are having a deal of sickness in our little town; also some deaths. Mr. Charlie Kelso died on the 21st of July. Mr. Wyatt Vance died a few days ago. Mr. Perry Zinennon died August 2nd. We are glad to se Mr. Alonzo Bur row able to be out again. Mrs. Bur row is improving. The annual picnic at Merry's Chapel last Saturday was a success The Colored Fair will convene in Fayetteville on August 27th and con tinue two days. The managers hope guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carty The Eighth District school opened On the 19tn 01 JUiy. ITOI. Lr. 1. iiail, principal, and Mrs. M. M. Tyler, as distant. The school is progressing nicely, Miss aiyrue iimpnn ieu ior An- tioch on the 2nd to assist Miss Ma- bel P. Hall with in her school. An examination for those who failed in the annual examination and also for those who failed to attend the annual examination will convene in ayeuevme on August oiu anu wu- III A . liL 1 iwo aiys. Prof. G. T. Hall will conduct said examination MT- PLEASANT NOTES. Mrs. J. W. Whitfield honored her nieces, Misses GJadys Anderson and A! bertha Livingston, with an introduc tory party on July 22. Quite an en- joyable evening was spent Mrs. Daisy Kennedy and little daughter, of Pulaski, are here on a visit to Mrs. Kennedy's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jerry vannoy compir- mented Dr. and Mrs. J. v. vvnutiems house guests, Mrs. b. D. Anderson ana Mrs. H. u. MeeKs, Misses uiaays An derson and Albertha Livingstone, with a nsning ouung on JUiy 2a. a large number of fish were caught, which were fried and eaten on the banks of the river, One of the most pleasant affairs that the younger set has enjoyed re cently was the party given by Misses Ocie W. Jordan and Thelmer Watkins last Fridav evenine at the residence nf Mr an(i Mrs. f!. A. Jordan in honor of Migses Sadie Harlow, of Birming- bam Aia.; Gladys Anderson, of Chi MEO and Albertha Livingstone, of Louisville Ky. The rjroerams are out for the white Missionary Convention, which is to be held at Jones' Chapel A. M. E church August 18, 19 and 20 The pulpit of Jones' Chapel was graced Sunday at 11 a. m. with an el oquent sermon by Bishop H.. B. Parks, of New York The concert at the Auditorium Mon day night given by Mrs. D. A. Joyce was taken in by a goodly number. Rev. D. J. Mitchell, of Franklin, visited our town Monday. Miss Gussie Daily left Sunday for Hampshire to open school at that place Monday morning. It appears that our town is having a religious shower, there being bap tism by some of the cnurches every Sunday. Rev. A. P. Gray, of Canaan, was in town Monday. Little Currell Smith, who met with the painful accident of breaking his arm, is much improved. Mr. A. P. Smith and Mrs. O. J. Bu ford went to Columbia Thursday. Miss Kittie Howse, of Murfreesboro, returned home Saturday. Mrs. R. B. Meeks and little daugh ter. Clara B., of Murfreesboro, re turned home Tuesday morning. SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES Dr. W. J. Astrapp is in Scottsboro, Ala., this week on business. Mrs. Ellen Smith and Mrs. Ella Mc Elroy left last week to attend the Grand Lodge of the Ancient Daugh ters of Africa, which met near Clarks ville, in West Tennessee. All the District public schools opened Monday, each with a credita ble enrollment. Mr. A. F. Shockley, of Jasper was here one day last week and while his rig and horses were left alone in front of W. F. McDaniels' Store the horses became flrightened, ran away and wrecked the rig. The Jasper Livery Stable sustained the loss of the rig. Mrs. Wm. Martin and sons have re turned to Poland Station near Mc Minnville. Mr. Jasper Matthews died on the 2nd inst and was buried at the city cemetery. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A bert Pankey died last Wednesday and was carried to Pikeville for burial. The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Northcut ia being treated by Dr. Holmes. Mr. aad Jra Carrollw ('! Holme. Mr. ti 4 lire. Ccrrol IUwfcinjt pot lost Sunday at Jasper. BANK DIRECTORY. There ar thirty -aevea Nesxo U&Li business In the United SUtM. Tfee? by Negroa and axe icattered thrvtg hout the wreral rtate, friadpaJly in the South. The namec, localk, and other information ecrrtaf seme of them are riven below. ONE-CENT SITINGS BML Incorporated Under the Laws ol Tesneassa. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. TW rwnlir bankinff' busineaa. Ietr eat paid ou all time deposit. Oalj th Utton of its kina in lennesacc R. H. BOYD. President. J.W. BOST1CKL, Vice-President. J. C NAPIER, Cashier. CN.LANQSTON.TeB; 411 Iwrik i.Tae, Hrtt, NASHVILLE i TENITESBEE, THE PEOPLE'S LTOTHEST AM) MM COMPANY. BIRHI5GIHM, iXl. , t.Mi.i li. m nnn fin. yv v P"ffS.J,MlkS?eS. leetionB solicited. DepoeiUry for tha Great Southern Industrial Home ln$af ance Company. V.LIJkUDERDAUPreiidetrt. DR. R. D. MACKON. Vice Pretldeirt. A. D. JORDAN. Cashier. THOS. A. HARRIS. Teller aaa acting Caahier. Union Sayings Bant Cental Stack. $10,000.00. OHectiom aad Out-of-towa tm ineaa Solicited. HE. CONNER,. M. D.. Preaident iA L U. M. BUWMAPl, ririx vitc rium. THOS. DILLON. Second Vice PreaUeat T.a EWINCUR.,Caahier. caaruer. RE, AisiaUot a M. MelNTYI Cashier. Ml OF HOUND BAYOU. MQTJHD BAYOU, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. rm w FRLVfK. PrtsiitaL W. T. MOfn G0MIRT, MM TmOSSS, CHAS. BANKS. Gashier. R, M. McCARTY, CHAS. BANKS. J. W. FRANCIS. H. A. GOD BOLD. S. M. MOROAH, W. T. MONTGOMERY. C R. STRINGER. E. W. LAMPTON. B. H. CRESWELL SQMT SAllfiS BAE AID TRUST (MPAST. CAHTAL STOCK, $25,000.0. OFTICEKS. ft & CHURCH. President to 1 PI AV Wire Pre dent I WASANPORD. 2nd l Vice Prdt J. T. SETTLE. Attorney. t l ROBERT R. CHURCH, JR., Cas&K. S29 Beale St, KEHTHIS, TE3H. ALABAMA FESNI SAY15GS BASL BIRMI5G1LLM, 1LA. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. TT. R. Psttopobb, PresMeatt B. EL HtTMoar, Caabler. J. O. Dijtat, Tie PrssllasL f. r. Clam, AJorUtiAt Gas&lsr. 117 North Eighteenth Ctreet. People's Bank and Trust Co. Capitol $25,000 Il'SIOGEE, OKLAHOMA. A- Vmr Cnt Intareat On Time Deposits. Deposits Guaranteed, j T. Imx, President. J. E. Johnson, Cashier. Master Victor Lightfoot is conva lescing. Mrs. Emma McCampboll is improv- f, . ,ifuf. i wfl Mrs. Chas. H. Lifhtfcot is able be out again. Rev. Mr. Lindsey has returned, to Chattanooga on account of the ill ness of his mother, Mrs. Robinson. Miss Matilda Robinson left last Friday for her home in Chicago. BOWLING GREEN (KY.) NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Thurman enter tained in a most enjoyable manner last Saturday, July 31, at their home at Bowling Green, Ky., in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Smiley, of . North Nashville. Fishing was the feature of ; th evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. ' Smily were delightfully entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel &&4 i&fitttatlou dots ft touaWs axe omud ud operaUd excJrr:j St. Luke Penny SaYings Bani RICHMOND, Ti. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. New York and Foreign Drafts issued. Bankers' Money Orders payable (a any part of fist U S. for sale. Couoctioni receive prompt attention. 3 Ter Cent, fa id on Time Deposits. MAGGIE L WALKER. EMMETT C BURKE President Casbiex. J- P. ROBINSON. President, S. A. JORDAN. Vka-Pmldenl C B. KINO, Castiet. CAPITAL CITY SAT1MS Biffi LITTLE ROCK, ARK.. CAPITAL STOCK $ J5.MD.0C SURPLUS J,M0.0a 4 PerCent Paid en Sarin Aeceunt. Real Estate, Lift, Sick, AccUwitf iri Eiuraau. ois Write ua about our system of depoatttag Ivy mall. Wa do for you all that a (ooi aailc can da ...I.. i ... f W. A. ATTAV AY, M. D Ftm. W. W. COX. GMtr. W. II. COATS. Vic Pres. M. I. BLOTf, Aut Cdik. Delia Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT. 1901 CAPITAL $ K.OM.OO RESOURCES OVEtt $109,000.10 Does a General Bankinr Business. Makes Loans on Approved Security. Pajrs Interest on Deposits. Collects Rent Pays Taxes. Handles Real Estate, ttc Correspond with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay Four per cent Imcrcst on lime Deposits. INDIANOLA, : MISSISSIPPI. Savings Bank of the Grani Fountain, ' United Order of True Reformers. Capital and Surpluc .... 185,000.03 Deoeita '30,902.00 Loans and Discounts ... 444,732.00 Total business to date , . 43,028,800.00 Interest paid on tfsposits. "The Systematic Bavins haUt is an anchor of safety to every man." Deposits so llcited. W. U TAYLOR, President 9L T. JiTJl CcrJJe. ME IfflY SAVINGS BAE. COLUMBUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK. $10,000.00. Strict Attention Paid to Buetaesa. Ci& lections Solicited r. I. MITCHELL President H. E. ROBERTS, Vic President. J. M. COLEMAN, Cashier. a A. UTTLEJOKN, Assistaat CS&lil DIRECTORS Dr. T. V. JonaaJ. M. tSsvvrt E. & Evan. O. H. Campbell . & jests, W. Wi Cox. Lincoln Savings Bank, YICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI. luthoriied Capital, $25,000.00. First moneyed Institution managed Mr oolored men In MlattlHHlppl. Constantly growing, constantly j;ood. Does a general banking buslnesa. Stock for Sale, $5.00 per Sh&rt V. E. MOLLISON, President. B. P. LACEY,V16e-Preldent. M. Z. MOLLISON, Caahler. The Teojplc's Dime Saving Bank and Trust Association. Staunton, Ta. j CAPITAL STOCK. $10,000.00- SIWRLS $5.00 CACH. Collections and out-of-town usinesf olicited. Interest paid on time fleosita, SAM'L LINDSAY. Psident 1 C Ps POINTS, Vice President o ijduon, CasWer. I ir.MAas't Cathiee. Bly on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Bery Thurman, Mr.' and Mrs. T. E. Smiley, Mr. and Mrs. Sam- tnlnel Bly, Mrs. Flowers, of Indianapo to ' . xvrx i lis, Mrs. Bly, of Cairo, Mrs. Winston, Misses Sophia Beech, Daisy Fredella Thomas and Master Thomas Eugene Smiley." . ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, Having qualified as administrator of the estate of J. J. Cowan, deceased, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate to come for ward and make payment of same to the undersigned, and all persons hold ing claims against said estate are no tified to present the same properly ver ified within the time prescribed by law or be forever barred. RICHAED HILL, Administrator, 410 1-2 Cdar street; Nashville, Tenn. f. 6'