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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1911.
8 i5 One-Cent Savings Bank Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.69. Does a regular banking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only it stitution of its kind in Tennessee, R. H. BOYD, President. J. W. BOSTICK. Vice-President. J. C NAPIER. Cashier. " C N. LANQSTON. Telle. 41i Fourth Avenue, North, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, 1. A. ATTAWAY, M. D., Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. H. MATS. Vict Tres. M. B. BURNETT. Ass't CasM Ma Penny Savings Bank INCORPORATED OCT.. 1904 - CAPITAL.. ..$ 33.000.00 RESOURCL5 OVER 100.000.00 Does a General Banking Business. Makes Loan on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deoosita. Collects Rent. PaysTaxes. Handles Real Estate, etc. Correspond with us. Your Business. however f rnan. is solicited. We Pay Four Per Cent Interwj on Time Deposits. INDIANOLA, : : : MISSISSIPPI People's Bank & Trust Gb. CAPITAL, $25,000.00, MUSKOGEE, - OKLAHOMA. 4 Per Cent Interest On Time Deposits. Deposits Guaranteed. T. XOR. President. J. B. JOHNSON. iiABAHA PENNY SAVINGS BANK, BIRMINGHAM, ALA., Capital Stock, $25,000.6. W. R. Pettiford, President. J. O. Diffay, Vice President. B. II. Hudson, Cashier. P. F. Clark, Assistant Cashier. 21. NORTH EIGHTEENTH ST. The People's Investment and Banking Company, ' BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CAPITAL STOCK $50,000 Doing a regular banking business. Col lections solicited. Depository for the Great Southern Industrial Home In surance Company. W. L. LAUDERDALE, President IX. R, D. Al AC KLIN, Vice-President SR. S. H. THOMPSON, Cashier REV. S. J. JACKSON, Teller and act ing Cashier. Solvent Savings Bank and Trust Co., 392 BEALE ATE., MEMPHIS, TENN. CAPITAL STOCK $25.000.00. OFFICERBl R. R. CHURCH, President T. ft. HAYES, 1st Vice-President J. W. SANFORD, 2nd Vice-President M. L CLAY, 3rd Vice-President H.H. PACE, Cashier R.M.RODDY, Assistant Cashier J. T. SETTLE, Attorney DR. J. ALONZO NAPIER DENTIST 413 1-2 Fourth Ave., N. PUONE MAIN 1477 t : Nashville, Tenit! Robt. H. Fite Harry L Albright Theo.W. Eckhardt FITE, ECKUARDT & CO. GENERAL INSURANCE Nashville, Tenn., Phone, Sain 602 30 Third A.f JUrtk ' DECATURVILLE NOTES. Rev. J. B. Dixon, Moderator of the Tennessee River Baptist Associa tion.' reports that his assocKtion puffin loot wopV PTceeded ntbflv spqsinns for manv vears. Cot- ,iniHnr io in nrnfrpss here. The pt, v ot,h t. ftf tt rot Wednesday night with the Worthy Protector Lady E. L. Pettigrew, presiding. Much business was transacted and four (4) petitions were received. The O. M. A.'s have taken on new ife here. The U. B. F. Lodge foiet Saturday night and Conferred thM first and second degrees upon Mr. Matt Scott, and the third and fourth degrees upon Mr. S. M. . Bootty. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Walker presented I'rof. M. C. Jones and family with some nice sornhum molasses. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pettigrew are the recipi ents of a fine baby girl. Mr. E. M. Burton is busy making molasses this week. Mrs. H. C. Yarbro and Mrs. Rutha Fryar presented Mrs. F. A. Jones a nice lot of tomatoes and peas. Miss Erritt Pettigrew, on go ing to the cotton field last week, was bitten by a snake, whicn caused much pain. Her many friends are glad to know that she is a7aln able to wear her shoe. Little Annie White stuck a thorn in her foot Sat urday, which had to be extracted hy Dr. Rogers. Little Velva and Mil dred Scott are having chills this week. Mr. J. C. Andrews, who re cently moved to town, subscribed for the Globe Saturday. Let the old subscribers and others pay tip as Mr, Andrews has done. Subscribe for the Globe. COLUMBIA NOTES. ... .. Mrs. I. H. Hampton,' who has served in the capacity of preceptress at Roger Williams University for four vears. has resigned her work there to go to housekeeping. Dr. 1 H. Hampton, the leading colored ihy- sician, of Fayettevllle, has purchased a beautiful six-room cottage. Mrs. Hampton has been spending her va cation here with her mother. She will leave for Fayetteville this week Mrs. Lizzie Eslic attended the Fair at Lewisburg. She was the guest ot Mrs. Henderson. The remains ol Mr. Sam Amos, who died in Chicago September 30th, were brought here. His funeral was from Bethel Church, of which he was a devoted member, by Rev.' W. H. Porter, pas. or. Mrs. Florence White entertained Mrs. Wil letta Wright, of St. Louis, most beau tifully at luncheon.. Misses Sadie Rainey, Geraldine Lawrence, Iola Wingfield and Hollin Brown will leave this week to enter Swift Me morial College, Rogersville, East Ten nessee. Miss Sadie King has re turned from Perry Hill, where she went to visit her sister. She spent a, few days with Mrs. C. H. Vincent and Miss Henrietta Letting. Mrs. Rutledge Hill entertained at tea in honor of Mrs. I. H. Hampton and Mrs. Willetta Wright at -her most beautiful suburban home. Mrs. Mol- lie Harris died at her home in Nash ville Sunday, October 1st. Her re mains were brought here for burial, this being her old home. Her fun- eral -was from Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, preached by Rev. J. S. Gil more, pastor of St. John Baptist Church, assisted by Revs. Tate and Wilson, of 'Nashville1, Mrs. MI1H4 Shaw died in Chicago last Sunday and was brought here for burial. Her funeral was from Central Baptist Church. Mr. Harry Henderson has two very sick children at his home)mp t Mls, Mahei McKav is acain'at any stage shows a constant and on Compscock avenue. Mr. John Tucker has returned from Nashville, where he went to attend the mar riage of his niece, Miss Louise Arm trong, and Mr. Perry Bond. Mrs. Alice Hamon attended the marriage of her granddaughter, Miss Louise Armstrong, who was married at the home of her sister, Mrs. Alice Hard ing, in Nashville. Mrs. Lula Ken nedy attended the colored State Fair t Nashville last week. SPRINGHILL NOTES. Rev. Bouger Porter, of Mt. Hope Baptist Church, Mr. Ross Bond and Miss Ada Bond attended services Sunday. Miss Peggie .Smith, who has been very sick, is much better. Mr. Gentry died Sunday evening. Mr. E. C Frenar, of Chattanooga, was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. A. R. McKissack, last week. Little ; George Smith, who has bc.cn under treatment of physician of Nasnvine, is home again. Mrs. A. R. McKi3- Nttkr betii sack wil1 leave in a w "ays or ' (Chattanooga to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. North, and niece, Mrs. Frazier. They will also stop In Nash . ... i . f 1 TT....V. vine ana ftiunreesooru. jvirs. i-.uues Monran is home again. Master Wm. McKissack is sick.' GODWIN NOTES. The quarterly conference held by Rev. G. W. Hodge was grand. He raised $4G.80 at Henderson Chapel A. M. E. Church. Rev. Sol Evans preached a wonderful sermon Sunday and Sunday night. Tne collection was $17.40. Baptized twenty-three converts at the Missionary Baptist Church Sunday. Miss Bessie Tlm mon, Mr. Dave Edwards, Miss Leigh la Foster and Mr. Willie Olliston were nuetly married. Mr. nna Mrs. Johnnie Lynch are proud or tneir little son. Miss Christina Hamlet ! was the guest of Mary L. Hamlet. "Mrs. Marv Isom. of Columhla, was the guest of Mrs. Lenora Hamlet Sundav. Mrs. Ella Kennedy and Mrs. Mary Beard were the guests ol Mrs. C. E. Cox Sunday. Mr. W. M. Medley and W. M. Osborne are still prospering in their grocery. Mr. Gibb Foster was the guest of his mother . Sunday. Mrs. Ellen Tim- mons is still on the sick list, also, Mrs. Rebecca Ollison, Mrs. Roxie.' Timmons and Mr. Reuben Watkins. Mr3. Susie Horton has &one to Lewi3 C(ounty visiting her sick son. Miss Lucile Hodge has gone to Turner Normal ' College at Shelhy- ville. SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Rev. .Raleigh A. Scott,- a rormer resident of this town many years ago, but recently of England, Is In town, and has given several very In- teresting and instructive entertain- ments. He preached at several of ,1ns ror tuts conrerence year at Kan he churches last Sunday, and gaveadolph Chapel, Rev. W. S. Hightower, "one-man concert" at the City Ope-: ra House Monday night to a crowded ! house. Prof. Waters, of Nashville, ! day nignt. Tne city public school ?s giving a series of moving-picture i is progressing nicely under the prln shows in town. He seemp to Decipalship of Rev. Hlght. Prof. II. B. meetine with some success. A rev-. yal Ms in progress atthe Mt. Zlon Baptist Church, conducted by Rev. Gardner, of West Tennessee. Mrs, Mollie Commons, of Fayetteville isjdergone repairs and is being well visiting here, and has been for sev-; fitted up for a graded school. ".While eral days the guest at Turner Nor-!Kichard City School Is a corpora mal, where she has a granddaughter j tion school, pupils in the districts in-'school. Miss Ella J. Jones, (ft s well as in the city of South Pitts Turner Normal, who has been visit- burg are permitted to enter," says Ing in Memphis all the summer, re-! Superintendent Gilliam. Mrs. Ida turned Monday to enter school, and j Atkins, who has been the esteemed be at home again with her parents, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Staples Students from all parts of the state' for several days, has returned to have been arriving on almost every Chattanooga. Rev. Mr. Simmons train this week to enter Turner Nor- mal. It seems that the Institution ia having the greatest opening In ts , history. The campus out on the hill is all alive with new comers. Quite a large number of the old stu dents are coming in constantly. Among some of the new students at Turner Normal this year are Ml3ses Rosalin Kelso, of Gadsden, Ala.; Leana Reynolds, R. Lee Jones and Georgia Malone, of Pulaski; among the male students are Ernest Moore, of Mulberry; Samuel Randolph, of Chattanooga, and Alvin H. Buford, of Williamsporti; Chattanooga, as usual, is largely represented 'n the student body this year. Mr. Herman C. Clayborne has been spending a few days at Turner Normal, visiting his newly wed, the daugntcr of J3r. J. A. Jones. He will enter Mehnrry this fall to resume his studies m dentistry. Dr. J. A. Jones preached at the A. M. E. Church la3t Sunday night. Dr. J. Q. Johnson preached the opening sermon to the college! last Sunday morning. Miss H. Maej Fields, of Cythiana, Ky., and M'ss Lelia B. Porter, of Memphis, are thei new additions to the faculty of Tur- ner this year. The students rc all deliehted with them. Miss Madee C, Boddie's familiar, face Is again seen! have already enrolled in tn? boarding among the TurneT Normalites. Ev-j department and school has been in erybody is always glad to see this progress just a little more than a pleasant and interesting you-iy lad week. At this rate, what will the hi town. Mrs. G. C. Jone the ma harvest be? Is this enough to con tron and preceptress at Turner, is vince the weak friends who are sub mi iho cirir 'liar hut la inriiistHnusiv lect to ".seein' things at night?" The ,f.nnHHrifr nff,,trsi n npr dp rr- at her nost as Instructor in Domes - tic Science department ht Turner Normal. All are glad to see her. SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES. Messrs. Wm. Thornton and Buford Martin left recently to re-eut:r Mor- ristown College as students. Parents entertain great hopes for tneir bovs. Mr. Bill Hightower, of Ch'Uanoog.i. is spending a few days with horn folks near here. Mrs. Elvlr.i John son is convalescent arter sever.. weeks' illness. Mr. Luther J. Cum mins, who was hurt some days ago, is up and out again. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin are making preparations to attend the M. E. annual confer ence, which convenes in Pulaski, Va. Messrs. Chas. Lightfoot, Jr., and Vic tor, both sons of Mr. and Mrs. Chas will leave this week Lightfoot, Sr Hayiuarkct Mills MANUFACTURERS IDEAL. SELF - OlTIt K1I:CIAI,TIICK Ideal Self-Rising Flour. Lois, Silver Spray, Graham Flour Meal, Hominy, Grits and Chicken Feed. If WILL BE TO YOUR BEST FINANCIAL INTEREST TO GET OUR PRICES ON YOUR FALL AND WINTER SUIT OR OVERCOAT OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE. WE INVITE YOUR CAREFUL INSPECTION. PRICE & CARNEY Mr limit T'aiilorN 40SIIKAIIKKICK ST. IMIONK, MAIN:II to enter Walden University, Nash ville. Chas. Jr., has beep a student at Walden for some two or three years previous. They both will be greatly missed from our town. Little Miss Bertha Cargyle has been very sick, but Is better at this writing, Clara, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gaines, remains in a cri tical condition. Mrs. George Gaines has recovered from an attack of ap pendicitis. We are informed tnat the people generally deplore the epi sode which took place at tne Elev enth District School some days ago. The matter has been amicably adjust- ed. We all admire a maniy coy, nut not manish ones; a womanly girl, but not womanish ones. District Superintendent Cox, of tne M. E. lunurcn.Mieia ms last quarterly meei- pastor, wnn great success, uev. mi. Cox preached at Rich City Mon- Douglass reports a splendid attend' ance in his school this year. Richard City School is to be congratulated. The school building has recently un- held Interesting services at Mt. Beth- lehem Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. ,Ed. Staley, of Napier, is here on a visit to home folks. Rev. A. S. Mon roe preached a splendid sermon here last Monday night at the A. M. E. Zion Church. CULLEOKA NOTES. Mrs. Martha Reed, MI3S llvriha Bills, of Columbia, and Miss Ella M Hunt made a flying trip to Nashville to attend the State Fair. While mere they were the guests of Mr. and Mr T. C. Hunt. They attended servicos, at Walden University Sv.ndr.y morn ing, returning home Sunuay evenlug Miss Willie M. Baxter, of NashvI'lc, Tenn., was here Sunday visiting re latives and friends. Mr. Charlie Booker, of Terry's Hill, was the guest of Miss Birdie E. Hunt Sunday. Mrs. Amie Golf, of St. Louis, Mo., is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Pleasant Harris. The Culleoka public School is progressing nicely. ROGER WILLIAMS LARGELY ATTENDED. The prospects at Roger Williams ' University are most promising ana inviting at tnis time. Almost xortyi school is prosperous and each year ; substantial increase and improve- ment over that of previous years. No school nor prosperous enterprlze can long survive without tne prayers of the righteous because the prayers of the righteous prevaileth inucn Roger Williams "prevaileth much," therefore the righteous Baptists of the state of Tennessee have sent forth their prayers for Roger Wil liams, and many prosperous returns have been her experience. Taylor w- Ewing IAWYMIt Practices in all (he courts, makes appli cations for claims and pensions, negotiates loans. He asks a share of your business Office, Brown block ( upstairs) Cedar St. lUSINtt FLOUU THE Tl OF V era n n CD Oiler sound inducements to those who are anxious to leave something in a financial way to their wives and little ones. The ability of this organiza tion to meet its obliga tions is UNQUESTIONED It lias stood the TEST of TIME! Suppose you investigate its methods of doing busi ness. Read the financial statement of A. TIIOS. HILL, ENDOWMENT SECRETARY, it will be A REVELATION to you. c::.::::i::z::,r;,'rn7::::l::zzzi If there is no lodge in your m mcdiatc vicinity, write Dr. John P, Crawford, Grand Chancellor Nashville, - Tenn. , Or the nearest Deputy. WEDDING DAY PUBLICATIONS OF MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES nrs.- i All designs are attractive and neatly finished Lithographed In colors. Order bp numbers. No. 13. New Cabinet Boat Scene, blue, black and cold, with anchor, cross, ring and flowers. Size 14x19. Trice 20 N. 14. Same as No. 13, excepting that it h in nine colors and lithographed very handsomely. Price 25 No. 15. Boat Scene, very neat, litho graphed upon good paper. Size 11x14. Price 10 No. 16. New One-hole Cabinet Wedding Certificate, with bible, bells and roses, lith ographed in black and gold. Size 14x19 Price 25 No. IS. Entirely new design, lithographed in twelve colors, very neat, delicate shades, gilt encircled by roses and forget-me-nots, ornamental spaces lor photographs, size 14x19. Price 20 No. 21. Lithographed in twelve colors, encircled with roses, very handsome, Size 14x19. Price 30 No. HI. Lithographed in colors, exceed ingly handsome. Price 50 National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 Second A oe. . N., Nashvilel, Tenn. JOHES & HOPKINS HFC. CO. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE MAIN 2270 & 2271 MUOUNVMC AND BKTAII. DK.AIFttS Mies, Kanges and Household Goods Hard Wood Mantels and Furna res, Guttering and Roofing Sales Department, Factory and Shops 207 TIIIK1I AVI5NUU. I.