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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1903.
7 FELIX S. WHITE. Special attention eiven to boxing and moving ria . anos. Packing furniture, pictures, glass and China ware, etc., for shipment. WE SINE, I'Uk, STI.RK .4 Ml SLIP. I am Daily Found on Deaderifk St.. Iidwttn f'wti v.i Kiftli ties. Iwsure VSons for Heir. UUPhONf. IUIN 2181 Louisville & Nashville B. R. New Union Station. City Ticket Office, Zit Fourth are., North. Telephone Alain 758 f. cares. Ariifl. Lonisville 8c Cincmnati....H:47am a;l.iara LouisTiiie 8c Cincinnati 7 :86am 8:2Tam Louisville 8z Cincinnati.... 8:00pm H 85pm Louisville Accorn'oda a12:2i'pm a3 06pm KYansville& Chicago 3:57am i :05am KTansvnle& Chicago 7:4dpm 8:10am EvansTille & St. l.ouis 3;67um 2:05am Eansville & St. Louis.... a7:Ham a8:l0pm Evansville Lonii 7:4upm 8:10am Birmingham, Monit-oni- err, Mobile and Aew Orleans 2:25am r, :37am 7 :25pm Bliwinehnm, Mntirom- 'f, Mobile and New Orleans , Nashville & ScottsTille ..8:4oam .. 3:10pm Ac-C'mm .atiou.. ltt.lAam Rashrille & HartsTille Accemmodatioa 5:lfpra Hopkins ville A,om,oda...aS:46pin Nashvi!-. A, ClartSTlue Ac-coin mod lion 4:15pm Nashville & lcc.atnr Ac commodation SrWpm Oolumbia Vt. Pleic nt.. 8: pic Colnmbia, Florence, Sheffle.d, & TuM-.unilia..7:40nra Dailv. tliilv except Snndn. - J7:5 10:(i 50am 00am t8:17am PMOam 7:ura &:00prn a Stops at North Coli'e -street stit.on. Train arriving at 4:66 p. m. run. from Mt. Pleasant eniy. . Train arrivinjc at 7:5 p m brings conneo Aunt frem Ttiscnniaia and Florence, E.O. WALLI8, W. UAL. MUSTAISB, District rass. Aent. City Ticket Agent TICKET OFFICES ONION STATION, BROADWA? CITY OFFICE In Maxwell House, Corner Churcb Street and 4tli Ave., North PHONE MAIfi 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.1 Lca"es West and NorthwestArrives 7:00am-xMemihI, Hickn-nn, Fa- 3:35pm duc.ih, 8t. I.ouls, con conueots for C-ntrevUle (!) 15 .-I'lutucuh, Hickman, MSKpm Jackson rb-aopm Waveily Accommodation, S:iwnm 8:00pm "l'lxi Flyer" solid Iraiu 9:0&am to St. Louis. ll'SOpm-Mempliis and TUckruan 6:j0am SOUTH AN1 F-AMT. fc'-Ham Chicago and Florida. .!:loam I.lmilnd. 9:30a m-St. L o u 1 B - Jacksonville fcKipna "Pixlo Flyer." wn nectlons (!) for all branch linn liointK. ii7nm Chleasu, Jacksonville..., SOpra 'Dixie Flyer." Solid trnln. IMiiln Ofll'S. 3:30 d m ( haUanoopa and the 10:50anJ East. Connections (!) for Shelby vllle, Sparta, Fayeit vllie. lluntsville, Tray f.ltr. South I'ittRbure. tfi0 D mTullahomo. AccomVnoda- !8:15am tion. Connects for htieitiy fl-sn n m-chattanooea, Atlanta 8:35am vine. r . a.-.,.! i,lita Ka. Aueusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. fnnftTnT,phnnfin Mixed ... R):2fam Lebanon Express riiopro :O0 pin Lebanon Accommodation Wpm jB.oopui Lebanon Accom modation . !8:auam "ally. IDally except Sunday. V?. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PIIILLirs. P.A., Maxwell House. W. L. DAN LEY, G. P. A., Union Station. TEI. CENTRAL R. R vnj iicaei vu.cr, . x uur, 7 FOUBTH ATE., Jf. those, Mils 809 Station, foot of Broad street. Effective March 14, 1908. Depart Nashville to Hopkinsville 8:05 a. m. Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:00 9. m. (Lebanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. Knoxville Dav ExDress 8:30 a. m. nuiTC. 9:30 a. m f K 2:10 P. m fi i5 a m Knoxville Night Express 9:30 p. m. Monterey Shopping Train 4:00 p m. 10.00 a. m (Lebanon Accommodation t:iup. m. a. in n-iU. mi vHn Snnrlav Train leavine Nashville at 1:30 a. m. carries day coacn mrouen io ruioxvine ma aomncrn muwij i ti : . trnn. i . w iiuiu rial i iiiuui i.uiiiiviiiik a i unuA,mv y..m through sleeping cars to points East. Trin travinv Nashville at 9.1) O. m. Carries rail from Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points tast ana ouin- St- ... . H. W. TYSON, C T. A. ERICTATOM. P. A. THEO. A. ROUSSEAU. O, A. P D. W LLIIIGTOtl BERRY, 11..U I'll III IT ft " a. fr mm. v 'y w w v 7 v " Newspaper Correspondent, UriBR COURT, (up stairs) RfiOM 8, Phone Main, U". Bryant Town. Mr. Shane is quite an energetic Sunday-school superintend ent. The work has prospered unuer his leadership. CYRUSTON NOTES. Rev. t t w npthAntr nnr nasrnr. ... xvith us on the third Sunday. i,n anH nrpnehed an able sermon. OUT Rf'hOOl IS flfiing Tliceiy at tUlM niiPA. The attendance is good. fLG.ISt.LRy. Prof. C. if. Dozier was with us Sun- cay, lie will soon leave ior Normal. Ala., where he has attended school for several years. .Miss Mabel P. Hail spent a pleas ant day with Mrs. Donie Palmer Sun day. A delicious dinner was served. Miss Robbie L. Bones and Mr. Hugh Wiley, of Linsey Valley, were united m the holy bonds of matrimony on last Wednesday night. Rev. Brown officiated. Miss Bones Is the daugh ter of a prominent farmer of this vi cinity. Miss Alice Fulton was the guest of Miss Addie Buchanan Sunday. Mr. Harrison Bones spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Pal mer. A good number of our people will attend the Synod at Fayetteville this week. Messrs. Tom II. and Earnest Palmer, John Fulton and Miss Lucy Fulton at tended meeting at Merry's Chapel Sun day night. Rev. Brown delivered his farewell address. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan had the fol lowing persons at tea Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Rev. Deshong, Prof. O. II. Dozier, Mr. Emanuel Askins and Mis A. Fulton. The table was filled with the goqd things of the season. SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES Dr. Booker T. Washington Is to speak at Wilson's Theater one day next week. Ur. Washington will ha iccompnnied by Hon. J. C. Napier, of Nashville. The Bazaar given at Odd Fellows hall by the Eastern Star Chamber of the A. F. and A. M. was a decided f-u cress. In the quilt contest Miss Jnnie A. Lightfoot was the successful contestant. Mrs. Eliza Edge is on the sick lint I his week. Rev. Mr. McCamey is convalescent. Prof, and Mrs. W. L. Miller are pre paring to move to Nashville and open i-p in the grocery business. Rev. Mr. Lindsey and Rev. I. S. Ransaw, of the A. M. E. Zion and A. M. E. Churches respectively, preached their farewell sermons on last Sunday night to large and appreciative con gregations. They both 'leave this Meek for their annual conferences. Rev. Mr. Hogan and Mr. Wm. Hyatt spent last Sunday out of town. DATON NOTES Mrs. Cane and daughter visited Mrs. . L. Ltiss Tuesday Mr. J. T. Thornton will soon have his new house completed Mr. Alford Anderson made a flying trip to Red Row Thursday. Rev. Harris, pastor of the A. M. L Zion Church, preached his farewell sermon Sunday night and left Wednes day. October 20, for conference, at Chattanooga. Mrs. I. II. Gaines, who has been ill with fever, Is slowly improving Mr. Jeff Rhodes' wife died Sunday morning, October 17, of tuberculosis I --. mi t f i J xr Mrs. Li. u. stepnens visueu iirs Alice Lee Monday night Mrs. A. Brovles was shoping in North Dayton Saturday. Mr. Arthur Johnson and wife visited Mrs. A. Broyles Sunday, Mr. Hyram Swofford has moved to Dayton Mrs. Sallie Mathis, who was sic last week, is able to be out. Mr. Rilev Gannawav has movec from Spring City to Dayton Mr. G. F. Holman, our hustling grocer, of Fox street, Is improving from a spell of pneumonia, Jn Jagper fQr three weekg visitlng th bedside of her sick fatner, is expecte home Monday night. MURFREESBORO NOTES. at Woltor P tr cnptit RiinHav In xTeVinia vlciffncr Vila clatpra I ... . A. t-i A l Miss pearl currey spent aiuruay I In NTnchvlllP Mrs. Sallie Patterson entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her mothe on . ftnor Mr a-A Mrs TTarvpv Chi iivi '""-'! - ; dress. Those present were Mesdames q .Tnntan Tr.jYima w mms. nan h ",u'l""u " v'"" ' r.ah Currey and Mr. Wiley Williams. Tn Uarvav Phlldrpss hou bar! $10(1 worth of impiovement made on MS nome. I "Tf T mofo o ntnrnnn" WSI1 thA Sllh ject of an address delivered to the ladies Sunday evening by Rev. R. T Weatherby under the auspices of the Woman's Home Missionary Society He took for a basis Rev. 3:11: "Hold that fast which thou hast that no man take thy crown Letting the crow I . , . . , represent tne cnaracier as a priceies-s gem, he spoke in glowing terms of the value of woman In the uplift of fallen humanity. Showing woman dissim lar in nature, but not unequal in rower He. divided life into infano vouth and womanhood. in conclusion - hp sai(1 'seif.esteem. self-reverence I seif.Control and self-knowledge would ea(i any woman to sovereign power. Tlie members of the So Different Club, under the chaperonage of Mr? I J. u. ouuieii, wtw e uiki uimeu u Friday evening, the 8th, by Mrs. Geo - -r, . .i 1 11 Ik. ttansom at ner rurai noine, uu me I umuj ivau. in? duihiuS uv.uu. 'of the handsome parlor was further enhanced by decorations of ferns and autumn leaves. Games and dancing were the leading features of the eve ning, after which the merry party en joyed an elaborate course of fruits. Those present were Misses John . Ella Pass, Allie B. Deaii, Sadie Anderson, Fannie Alexander, Annie Mai Primm, Anna E. Anderson, Lura Meeks, Wil lie K. Alexander, Lizzie Mai Watkins, Messrs. Charlie Alexander, Bonnie B. IMimm, George F. Webb, Minus Euless, Jimmie Woods, .James North, Dewitt Smith, William L. Alexander, Aaron Gaither, Luther Miller, Jack Bonds and William Rhodes. Mrs. Lula Hendiix Scott, of Overalls, Term., is the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hcndrix. Mrs. Lizzie Jackson, of Rockvale, was the guest of Mrs. Susie V. Win- 'pr SnnHnv and fnnilnv nf last wpplt Mr. Louis McDowell, of ChaLtanooira. who has snent the nast month the guest of his mother-in-law, Mis. Ellen l Alexander, has returned to his home. The sacred concert given at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, under .the manage ment of Mrs. Annie Murfree, was all that it claimed to be. Mesdanies Knox, Primm, Lizzie Jackson, Charlie House and Susie Minter were entertained at dinner on the 11th by Mrs. Minnie Shane. TWO NASHVILLE CITIZENS DROP DEAD. The citizens or Nasnville were shocked this week at the startling news 01 two ueatns not inree days apart of two of its old, leading and ell respected citizens. It is said mt both of them dropped dead in a manner, wmie t lie lust to pass away tally died at home, he had been in he best of health. - It was Mr. Jack White, who hail been in the employ f .the Nashville evening Banner for itarly a score of years. He had, by is unusual attention and perfect serv er, endeared nimseit to me entire management of the leading afternoon aner in the state of Tennessee. He was in the best of health last week and worked tin to Saturday eve ning at a late hour, as he was fire- nan of the Banner force and his du ties kept him very late after the Saturday edition of the paper. Sun day morning while ailing it was noth- ng serious. Monday morning early le became ill and finally expired at s-ix o'clock, about his time for going to work. The entire neighborhood in the vicinity of his home on .lo John &ton avenue was startled by the news of his sudden death. The manage ment. of the Nashville Banner ex pressed its deep sympathy. The fun eral services were held and the in terment was made at Greenwood Cem etery. On Wednesday morning Mr. vm Nichols, a barber who has been for some time at the shop of Mr. Burrell Hendry, on Church street, dropped dead. Mr. Nichols had not. been re ported as ill and his death was the greatest shock of recent happenings. He had a host of friends and was ad mired throughout the city. He was attractive especially because of his fmallness of statue. His death is pro nounced by the physician as having been caused by heart failure. Early Wednesday afternoon it could not be learned what arrangements were be ing made for the funeral, but it will probably be held Thursday or Friday Mr. Nichols had a number of relatives hence his loss is mourned generally WOULD NOT HUNT HORSE THIEF. Recently a horse and buggy were stolen frojn a man of this city. It develops that the man had taken his family out to Greenwood park for the purpose of enjoying the beauties of the excellent grounds. While . they were there some one drove the rig out of the park and the man who owned the rig looked around for two hours without finding the parties or the horse and buggy, but found two coun ty officers and reported to them that his rig had been stolen. It ,was a very fine horse and buggy, so he asked the officers to take the matter in hand, as he could not notify the chief of police as there was no phone at the park, and the park is out of the city limits. These officers said they were sorry, and advised him to rush to the city and call up the chief of police, at the same - time, however, they expressed a belief that the cul prits had no doubt gone to the next r.ear-by town and would, no doubt, dis pose of the rig or drive the horse to j death, yet neither of the officers made one step toward looking up those who had taken the outfiC They are said to have walked away unconcerned and without . even asking the name and' address of the owner of the rigor getting an. accurate description of the same. The tfwner of the horse and buggy searched until 11. o'clock p. m. and finally made his way to the city with his family without being .able to get . any reliable information . as to vhere his horse had gone. Later on it Is said that.' these same efficient iuuhij vwi-us uuu ncaiu ui a, vioi) game about three miles away and' at BANK DIRECTORY. There ar thirty-eeven Naro Uxia ud Institutions dotal a WaJrt business In the United BUtm. TVy by Negroes and are cattrd throng la the South. The namea, locatioaa. some of them are fleii below. ONE-CEST SAVINGS BASK Incorporated Under the Laws o! Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. Does a reeular banking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only instl- luuon 01 us Kinu in icuucsc R. H. BOYD, President. J. W. DOSTICK, Vice-President. J. C NAPIER, Cashier. C N. LANGSTON. Teller. Fourth Areiiue, Korth, XJLSIiriLLE. TENNESSEE TI1E rEOPLE'S Uf ESTMEST AND BlElXfl COMPANY. BIRMINGHAM. ALA. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Doing a regular bankisg business. Col lections solicited. Depository for tha 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 actinc Cashier. Union Savings Bank VICKSBURG. MISS. Capital Stock. $10,000.00. Collections and Out-of-town Bus iness Solicited. E. CONNER, M. D.. President. J. a H. BOWMAN. First Vice President 1HU3. LJ.LLUIN, seconu vitc ricsiuatk T. G. EH'INO, JR.. Cashier, a M. MclNTYRE, Assistant Cashier. 'BASK OF B10UND BAYOU, MOUSD BAYOU, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. W. FRANCIS, President W. 7. M0NTG0MLRY, Vice Presldeot CHAS. BANKS. Cashier. R. M. McCARTY, CHAS. BANKS. J.W FRANCIS. 11. A. GODBOLD. S, M. MORGAN, W.T.MONTGOMERY. C R. STRINGER. E. W. LAMPTON. a H. CRESWEIL ALABAMA PESSY SifQQS BANK. BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. W. 9L PvrrsrosB, Prtsi&aat . A. Kr, Ca4iU P r. C?LdiJLi. Juwtsuat OeshtM 117 Nrth ElthUth CXrtrt. People's Bank and Trust Co. Capital $25,000 IlISKOGEE, OKLAHOIl. A- Fr Cnt lntarst On Tim 0poalta. Deposits Guaranteed. T. Ester, rrtaidrit. J. E. Johnson, Cashier. once organized a posse and raided the game. The man who reported this re fused to elve the names of the officers at this time for several good reasons. ST. LUKE PENNY SAVINGS BANK. Catement of the Financial Condition H of the Bank. Located at Richmond, in the County of Henrico, State of Virginia, at the close of business, September 1, 1909, made to the State Corporation Com mission. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $32,321.81 Overdrafts, secured, $657.97; unsecured, $91.79 749.76 Bonds, securities, etc., owned, including premium on same 5,070.00 Banking House .......... 28,000.00 Other real estate owned... 15,128.40 Furniture and fixtures' . . . 3,798.73 Exchanges and checks fr next day's clearings ,507.25 Due from National Banks. 5,131.15 Due from State Banks, Pri vate Bankers ' and Trust-y ' companies .... 1J036.91 Paper, currency ,8,SU;00 Fractiinal paper currency, - nickels and, cents 75.78 1,117.50 803.25 Cold coin mt.. a-i- ; " . Tof ftl ' .$102,551.54 are owd and operated txerulu bout the eraJ autet, riatpllj aad other information eomearaiaj St. Luke Fenny Savings Bank RICHMOND, VI. CAPITAL STOCK. $5u.000. New York and Foreign Drafts issued. Bankers' Money Orders payable in any part o' tfr". U- S. lor sale. Collections receive prompt attention. 3 Ter Cent. Paid on Time Deposits. MAGGIE L WALKER. EMMETT C. CUR KB President. Cashier. The People's lHn:e Savin? Hank and Trust Association. Staunton, Va. CAlmi STOCK, $10,000.00 SHARES $5.00 EACH. Collections and out-of-town hustnes$ olicited. Interest paid on time depodt 8AM' L LINDSAY, President, f p POINTS. Vice President. 'ackson, Cashier. Ass't Cashier Savings Dank cf tho Grand FeaBkin, United Order of Trne Reformers. Capital and Surplus .... $ 185,000.09 Deposits 306,902.00 Loans and Discounts ... 444,732.00 Total business to date . i 3,028.800.00 Tnterest paid on c'-jposits. "Tha L itematic Saving hal t Is an anchor of safety to every man." Deposits so licited. W. L. TAYLOR, President. the rum si BASK. COLUMBUS, MISS. CAPITAL STOCK, $10,000.00. Strict Attention raid to Business. lections Solicited. sar. i. a ft MITCHELL, President E. ROBERTS, Vice President I. M. COLEMAN. Cashier. a A. LITTLEJOHN, Assistant CasSfrl ' DIRECTORS Dr. T. V. lones. I. M. EtejinsH E. a Evans, O. H. Campbell. . & Joaes, wTVZ, Cox. W. A. AlTAViAY, M. P., Pres. W. W. CCX. Co'.hlcr. W. H. COATS, Vice I'rcs. V. B. R! RNtT r. Ass't f I hl(t Mta Fenny Savings Itauk INCORPORATED OCT. 1904 CAPITAL $ 85,000.00 RKSOIKCI.S OVEll $100,000.00 Does a General Bankinc Business. Makes Lo,in on Approved Security. Pays Interest an Deposits. Collects Kent. Pavs Taxes. Handles Real astute. Etc. Correspond with us. Your Business, how ever s nail, is solicited. We Pay f our per Cent luici est on Tune Deposit:,, INMANOLA, : MISSISSIPPI. Lincoln Savings Bant VICKSBCKG, M1SS1SSIITI. lalhorizeJ Capital, First moneyed Institution nianamaJ fcW colored men lu AllsslKlpj I. OonBtantly growing, constantly 4ts jod. Doea general bunk In tuiulness. Stock for Sale, $3.00 per Sh; W. K. MOL.UHON, President, li. F. LACKY.Vlce-l'realdent. M. Z. MOLLXiSON, Cashier. Liabilities. Capital -stock pai la ..... .$29,124.37 Surplus fund $3,500.00 Undivided proflta, less am't paid for interest, expenses and taxes 1,764.53 Dividends unpaid Individual deposits subject to check 22,724.24 Savings deposits Time certificates of deposit 45,438.50 Bills payable, Including cer tificates of deposit repre- 1 eenting money borrowed... All other items of liability.. b,. - Total , $102,551.54 I, E. C. Burke, Cashier, do solemn- I ly swear that the above Is a true statement of the financial condition' of the St Luke Penny Savings Bank Inc., located at Richmond, in the County of Henrico, State of Virginia, at the close of business on the 1st day of September, 1909,' to the best of my knowledge and belief. MAGGIE WALKER, President. EMMETT C. BURKE, Cashier. CARD OF THANK5. We wish to thank the many friends of Nashville and' Franklin ! for their many acts of kindriess during the sickness and death of, Our mother.1 NED, -DICEY AND ' HOUTENS12 HOIXrtB.