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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FPwIDAY, JULY 8, 1910.
WHY DON'T YOU BUY YOUR HOE: RROM J. H Ring Sons They have what you want, and at prices to suit your pocket book. They can save you Let them con- money. vmce you. ESS J. H. RING y SONS Next Door to Transfer Sta. 335 Public Square HADLEY'S PRIVATE INFIRMARY FOR. WOMEN ONLY Wednesday morning, when this nob'" woman breathed her last surrounded bv intimate friends and the only sur viving child. Miss Mamie Braden. who !!for the past fifteen years or more ha-. labored along the same line of educa tional work, practically taking up the mantle of her parents and plant ing herself in the hearts of the Ne- sioes as only the Bradens can. The' funeral services of Mrs. John Ccilins Braden were held in Thomp son Chanel on Thursday, July 7, 1910, at 3:00 o'clock p. m. A large audience of friends and ex-students came to pay their last respects to the deceased. Dr. Geo. W. Hubbard, Dean of Meharrv Medical College, and a lifelong friend' of the family, had charge of the services. After sing ing. Bishop C. II. Phillips offered a. fervent nraver. rue cnoir sang ."Abide with me, fast falls the even tide." s Rev. J. W.i Johnson. D. D., pastor- of the Clark Memorial Chap el, read, the 90th Psalm. Dr. Hub bard read the obituary. (He said that the memorial services would be held whpn all of the students could be there. Bishops E. Tyree of the A. M. E. Church; C. H. Phillips, of the C. M. E. Church: Dr. J. P. Crawford, the Grand Chancellor of the K. of P. of Tennessee; were the speakers, all -of them being graduates of the Central Tennessee College and Me harry Medical College. The chorus Ran? "Jesus, ilover of mv soul." Dean H. II. Wright, of Fisk Univer sity, snoke on the life of Dr. and Mrs. Braden. Rev.j J. W. Johnson, D. 'D., was the last speaker. The Committee on Resolutions read a beautiful tribute for the occasion, and the chorus sang "Rock of Ages, cleft for me." While the large and sor rowing audience passed to view the remains the chorus rendered "God be with you till wejmeet again." The lmnnrnrv nail bearers were Mes- dames Grant, McMillan, Scott, Tyree, Buford. Misses small ana iuoore. Pall bearers were Profs. J. 1. Watson, T P Trnufrird. Drs. J. ElllOtt. H. i. NnPl R. F. Boyd. Mr. W. D. Haw kins. Lawyer J. W. Grant. Interment at Greenwood. t -, Jmr Marry!- "SPIBIT OF THE APPALACHIAN" HE Appalachian Exposition to be held in Knox- ville, September 12th, to October 12th, inclusive will embrace eight states and will be the greatest show ever held. The colored building of this exposition will be one of the best ever seen and the exhibits will be second to none. The colored people will enjoy equal rights with all other people at the exposition. Exhibits wanted from all the Appalachian states and cash prizes given for every class of exhibit. Rates of only one cent a mile (o the exposition have been obtained throughout the country. Persons going (o (he National Baptist Con vention at New Orleans or the II. M. (1. at liuEtiinore will save money by going through Knoxvilie and have an opportunity to stop off and see the exposition at the same time. - - For information regarding exhibits and rates, write I)H. II. M. GREEN, Green Huilding, Knoxvilie, Tenn., or REV. II. A. liOYD, care Globe, Nashville, Tenn. r OFFICE 1IOUHS: 10 to 12 M. EVENING UY APPOINTMENT. OFFICE: NAPIER COURT. 411 FOURTH AVENUE, N. , Telephone, Main U77 T - 5-1- It is for the interest and welfare of every .woman, not only to un derstand the means for the preservation of health, but also to know what remedies should be used for the alleviation. This infirmary treats female dh:ases of all kinds. ' For particulars address, DR. HATTfE HADLEY, maple '8t Naahvlll Tenn ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK MAKES REPORT. Cashier Shows the Standing of the Institution at the Close of the First Six Months in 1910. Nashville, Tenn., June 30, 1910. Frank Dibrell, Comptroller of the Treasury, Nashville, Tenn. ..Dear Sir: The following is an ex act statement of One Cent Savings Bank of Nashville, County of David son, at the close of business June 30, 1910. ; v Resources. Loans and Discounts . . $27,564.60 Cash Resources Due from other -; banks and bankers $30,454.19 Checks and oth er cash items 603.11 Specie 313.93 Currency 437.0 31,308.23 Total resources $ 59,372.83 Liabilities. Capital Stock paid in $ 4,455.00 Surplus and undivided prof its (less expenses paid).. 3,601.19 Individual deposits subject to check 51,310.64 Stock, bonds, securities, etc... 300.00 Other real estate Expenses - : . -.$2,1998.86 Cash Resources. Due from other banks and bank ers $4,042.21 Checks and other cash items1 12.50 Specie 572.87 Currency 457.005,024.58 Total resources $19,375.74 Liabilities. . Capital stock paid up $ 3,146.00 Surplus and undivided prof its (less expenses and taxes paid( 2,062.11 Due to banks and bankers . . Individual deposits subject to check 13,064.23 Certificates of deposit 316.96 Certified checks and cash ier's checks 46.44 Notes and bills rediscounted Dills payable 740.00 Total liabilities $59,372.83 I. J. C. Napier, Cashier of the above named One Cent Savings Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that the same will ibe published in the Nash viMe Globe, of Nashville, Tenn., on July 8th, 1910. (Signed) J. C. NAPIER, - . Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 30th day of June, 1910. (SEAL.) fSiimH C. N. LANGSTON. Notary Public. Total liabilities $19,375.74 I. T. G. Ewing. Cashier of the above named "The People's Savings Bank & Trust Co.," do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and be lief, and that the same was or will be published in the Nashville Globe, of Nashville, Tenn., on July 8, 1910. T. G. EW3NG-, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 6th day of July, 1810. JOHN LINER, Notary Public. PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK MAKES REPORT. Semi-Annual Statement Showing the Standing of the Bank at the Close nf Business June 30. Nashville. Tenn., .rune 30, 1910. cwv ru,roli nmntrnller of the Treasury, Nashville, Tenn. TVmr Sir; The following is an ex n.rt statement of tho condition of The People's Savings Bank & Trust Co., of Nashville, Tenn., County of Da vidson, at the close of business June 30, 1910. Resources. Loans and discounts $9,845.92 Overdrafts secured and un secured -2 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 1,907.17 DR. JOSIE E. VAELLS Physician and Surgeon RESIDENCE: 1203 SECOND AVENUE, S. Telephone, Main, 1318 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. Nnrir.p ! from Silver Citv. New Mexico. T-Ter ii ,i v, vo. nf ,. daughter, Miss Ida. stODDed over iu Literary Club are hereby requested Chicago for a visit to relatives and to meet next Tuesday night, July 2, . 11 T . . T,JJ1 T, ... c i a. m e Mis. Julia Trvin and Miss F.rlrHA K. at o o ciock. sump ai me lesiueuie ui , T ; - the president, 29 North Hill street. ' Johnson have returned from Lawrence- This is the first of a series Of call s, "e "ty aiwuueu me ieacu- Pionca rp. i fcrs Institute. spond. E. L. KINZER. President. II. J. STOCKARD, Secretary, GRAND LODGE. (Continued from Page 1.) money. Some had entered suit against the order and others were threaten inig us. We not only did not have & cent to nav these claims, but were $7.00 short of the $2,500 required by law to be deposited witih the Insur ance Commissioner to do business in the state. I was greatly handicapped by the chaotic condition of our af fairs and the lack of records of the work and business or the order. I had no list of the names of the offl c6rs-of 'the lodge and the courts, nor did I know the names and locations of the lodees and courts "These and many other embarrass ing and unfavorable conditions con fronted me. By your authority I or ganized and put on foot a good endow4- ment system. "Prof. T. P. Turner. Mrs. Susie J Carter and Attorney James Bumpass have made a good, earnest and faith ful Endowment Board and all the oth er officers you gave me have been true to the old flag. "We set the mark of our high call ing in Jesus Christ, the first great Immaculata and asked Him to be our leader. "I am glad to tell you that He has brought us through. We are now on MARRIAGES. Steele and Isabelle Mc- Vernon Lauehlin Will Ellison 'and Mary Walker. Willie Simmons and Lula Vanleer. James iDenton and Eliza Gooch Sam Henderson and Florence Har ris. iMonroe Franklin and Ella Mary German Sanders and Emma Will- Bernard Dickson. George Chears and iams. William Coleman and Mary Draper. William Ross and Cornelia (Harris. Jesse Davis and Katie Scott. Anthony Walker and Annie Wilson. . Mr. Rich Whittaker continues in veiy feeble hr-alth. Mrs. Ella Whitley, of St. Louis, who came here to v sit her daughter, Mrs. Emma Dean, died last week. She M'?s in very poor health when she , came, and died from nervous prostra ' tion. I Rev. Spnatlin, pastor of Mt Leba non Baptist Church, is quite busy getting ready to entertain the State , Baptist Convention. Mis. Dora Perkins and daughter, Dora Thome, left for Nashville Mon- Gertrdue iay afternoon to spend about three weeks. Master ' Fred Wesley Martin is vis iting his father in Nashville. Misses Myrtle Williams and Beatrice Dangerfield, of Lewisburg are visit ing Misses May Sue and Lona Rainy, of 18 Parker street. DEATHS. Charlie Watkins, Jr., 1018 South street, 18 years.. Gearge Bradley, Twentyflfth nue and Oscal street, 26 years. Infant of Moses McKissack, ya Ewing avenue. Robert Heanton, 1819 Cedar street, 27 years. Flora Burgett, City Hospital, a years. . , Mary Bell Williams, 832 Division street, 32 years. Esau Cunningham, 117 ureen street, 56 years. Pauline Storne, 117 Pearl street, runr foot otyH tho rpnnrt nf tho Endow- . In ikM we stand. Through your loyalty, TJenni; Bel1' 823 ThIrd avenue' the amount necessary to do business North, 43 years. avno m in this state was soon raised and our Edna Enry, 1023 Clifton avenue, ID license was issued, livery claim mat w.,rVi was regular and just was paid long Tennessee uobuc, io runu. j i .v. noniiP North. 76 years. ago, anu every lneguiar ciaim tuai - , . . V nv moHt it. it wn romnro- Suburbon Scott, 1921 Sixth avenue, mised to the credit of our Order. At North, 7 years. tho 1at mootins- nf the Board everv uooen iwuSw, x,. ..v. . o " . - ' XT tV, AO -,nnra claim on file was ordered paid with- nue, iwuu, "CB, out ernDtyinsr the treasure. Our or der is now in a healthy condition, and only needs the loval support of every memeber to make it the foremost and leadine Negro organization for the uplift of our race. I call upon you, brothers, be as Jonathan and David in Infant of Ollie Robinson, 605 Craw ford street. .Artie Buchanan, City Hospital, ,.u years. LONG, USEFUL CAREER ENDED NOTABLE WOMAN MTJCII LOVED AND HIGHLY BESrECTED PASSES TO THE GREAT BEYOND. The shock, caused by the announce ment of the death of Mrs. John Col-lins-Braden, the wife of the late Dr. John Braden, and mother of the es teemed Miss Mamie Braden, of Wald-i University, was a terrible one and caused profound sorrow in every home in Nashville. Mrs. Braden, although advanced in years, had been feeble for the past eight or ten years, was known throughout the city, state and South land. The work that she and her hus band, the late Dr. John Braden, es tablished is the greatest monument to the family history that could ever be erected. Walden University Is that monument, and the thousands of stu dents scattered throughout the Unit ed States, who finished from old Cen tral Tennessee College, will see to it EASTLAND NOTES. A oartv of young people spent a your friendship and devotion to one very enjoyable Fourth. The party left oIKNiIlcI . I ....... j.iijui..1 aKftvorl Among the recommendations in the nt ana auer a ' Grand Master's message was one urg- at their ing that the order purchase -or build t.U Z 'nnT; an Immaculate Temple in Nashville, of their which hall be thepermanent head- on-u .Y party quarters lor lenneiwee. - y- - ,ann p,11T1,rp was lviitsaea oauic jj. 'u""'ui " ' ' Tnfcnomi niam. Stafford. Carrie V. NEGRO PYTHIANS. Wilson. Emla Frank, Mary L. Gray, mrmlrmort frnm Pflffo 1.i iTmmia filhbs. Willie BUHIS, MaiT L. with a proposal by a very well-to-do Bowling, Messrs Robert Wilson, Jeff member of the order In the western 1- ranKmi, a '.u": ",r wr part of the state to donate the half tin, Frederick Martin, Charlie Mardn, x . vj.i a i iviivrtTi. Turner ueaoeu-ei. ivn- 01 a tract 01 lanu ui uvu uuimi cvi 1 ..v . nrroe frr Q home and school. and Mrs. Thomas Jennmus '- The meeting will be graced with the ed the party. nresence of the Sunreme Grand Chan cellor, S. W. Green, of New Orleans, La., who will spend several days at the sessions. The Grand Court of Oalanthe will convene on the same date as the Grand Lodge, and their meetings will be very interesting also. The dele gates from Nashville will leave here Monday over the Nashville, Chatta.- that the name of the Bradens will nooga and St. Louis Railway. They never die. ' will (be joined by the delegates irom It was promptly at 7:30 o'clock the eastern part of the state. COLUMBIA NOTES. The Maury County Teachers' Insti tute has closed. The session was pleasant and profitable. Quite a num ber took the examination. At the close of the session a memorial exer cise was held in memory of Mcs dames Lula Gantt, Maria Birdsong and Mr. J. W. Brown, teachers who nave uiea since the last session of the Maury County Institute. Mrs. Italy Halfacre has returned SOUTH PITTSBUHG NOTES. Children's Dav was observed at the .... i A, M E. Church, last Sunday evening at 8 o ciock p. m., unaer tne manage ment of Mrs. Emma Bivens. The ex ercise was a most interesting affair from start to finish. The little folks did credit to themselves as well as their instructress. Rev. W. H. Bod die, pastor, and Prof. H. B. Douglass, superintendent, made elaborate speech es concerning the Sunday-School Union, which iis being fostered ,by the children of the A. M. E. Church. A creditable sum of money was real ized. Dr. W. J. Astrapp, who attended the State Medical Association which met in Knoxvilie, reports a most profitable meeting to the people as well as the physicians. The doctor gpeaiks in glowing terms of his visit In East Tennessee and the historic sight seeing in and about Chattanooga on their way back. Mrs. S. E. Oliver and Mr. J. J. Mo- Elroy were among the delegates who attended the A. F. and A. M. Grand Lodge, which held its session in Mem phis- . Teachers of Marlon County public schools held their first meeting for the school year at Jasper last Saturday, End inst Those present were Mes- dames J. M. Hawkins, L. T. Shockley, S. E. Oliver, Miss Beatrice Hise, Miss Peulah Lane, Prof. II. B. Douglass. A F. Schockley and John Griffith. Mr. W. L. Miller. Globe agent, was here a few hours on the 31st. Georze Tultz. who was reported In the columns last week as being in a very precarious condition, died about 9 a. m., 4th Inst., and was buried at Burl Lee Cemetery. The "4th was celebrated here in a most becoming way by our people. Baseball games were pulled off at the park between South Pittsburg and Chattanooga Stars. All in favor of tho frrmer. Numbers of people were here from up the valley and Bridge port, Ala. Mr. Wesley Campbell Is on tne sick list this week. Mrs. Jane Aiken is still sick at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. H. Lightfoot. The stork has just visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Staples. Mrs. Janie Staples will attend the call meeting of the S. M. T. Temple next Saturday. Mr. Wm. Hill is here for a fortnight.