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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911.
8 T. One-Cent Savings Bank incorporated Jnder the Laws of Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00. Does a regular banking business. Inte est paid on ull time deposits. Only ut ' stitution cf its kiud in Tennessee., R. H. BOYD, President J. W. BOSTICK, Vice-President. J.CNAPIEI.. Cnshier. C N. LANQSTON, Teller., 41V Fourth Avenue, North, JfASII FILLE, TENNESSEE, H. A. n AWAY, M. D. . Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. H. COATS. Vice Pres. M. B. BliRUTT. Ass't Cashtt, Delta Penny Savings Baal INCORPORATED OCT., 19(54 CAP'TAL $ 3'.000.00 RESOUUCLi OVER 100.00 .00 Docs a General Banking Business. Makes Loam on Approved bccurly. l .iys Interest on Deposits. Collects Rent. I'.nysTxes. H mdles I'eal Estate, etc. C 'rresr nd with us. Your Business, however gmitl it s licited. We Pay Four Per Cent. Interea n Time Deposits. fNDIANOLA, MISSISSIPPI People's Baiik&TrustGt. CAPITAL $25,000.00, MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. 4 Por Cent Interest On. Time Deposits Deposits Guaranteed, OU. President .I.E.JOHNSON, Cashlr 1UBAH1 -PEMI S1VDGS ME BIRMINGHAM, ALA., Capital Stock, $25,000.0 W.R. Pettiford, President. J. O. D iff ay, Vice President. B. II. Hudson, Cashier. . P, F. Clark, Assistant Cashier. 21 NORTH EIGHTEENTH ST. The People's Investment and Banking Company, BIRMINGHAM, ALA. CAriTAL 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 DR. R, D. MACKLIN, Vice-President DR. S. H. THOMPSON, Cashier REV. S. J. JACKSON, Teller sad act ing Cashier. Solvent Savings Bank and Trust Co., 693 BEALE AYE., MEMPHIS, TENU. : CAPITAL STOCK $25rOO.0Q. OPPICBRbi 9L R, CHURCH, President T. HAYES, 1st Vice-President . X W. SANFORD, 2nd Vice-President 81 L CLAY, 3rd Vice-President H.H. PACE, Cashier M.RODDY, Assistant Cashier J. T. SETTLE, Attorney DR. J. ALONZO NAPIERJ DENTIST 413 1-2 Fourth Ave.. N. Nap Cn PHONE MAIN 14T7 Natrrville, ... Tcnn (.. Fit. Harry L Albright Theo. W. EcUiudt FITE, ECKD1RDT & CO.'. GENERAL INSURANCE Nashyille, Tenn., rkuo, JUln 602 804 Thirdly rtb iZfefsS V -Tier '17 fy Out of Town Notes. MURFREESBORO I 'OTPS. , business. Mr. Luther Windoml The Y. M. C. A. Footbal. Team has rreached his trial sermon recently at announced their Thanksgiving game tne Flrst Baptist Church, Rev. Mr. at this place Thursday,. November Robinson, pastor. , Mr. Windom is 30th, at 3 o'clock p. m. Their Thanks- now a licentiate of that church. Mrs. giing cards will be Murfreesboro J- M- Hawkins and Mrs. Albert Pan Colored Y. M. C. A. vs. Advance k have returned from Chattanooga. Prms. of Nashville. Thfl nniilio. la where they were in attendance at invited to be present as tnis team has not lost a game this season. Music will be furnished by the Magnolia Band of this city; good order and a good game are expected. This team his two open dates, November 10 and 27th. Wm. Smith, C14 Maneys ave- nue, President; Mathers Thompson, secretary; Dave Miller, manager. Mur- freesboro and Rutherford county have recorded Mr. Harry Ramsey the cnampion cotton picicer on October 4. h Dicked TO? nounds in nine houra. On the same dav Mr A. TV Jackson nicked four hundrpd elshtv-two pounds. Mrs. L. M. Thompson, presi- Mrs. Gilbert Grayson, of near Mo rent Old Folks Rescue Mission, called Minnvllle, has returned home after a meeting at her home last Friday a pleasant visit to friends here and nisht to finish defraying the funeral at Richard City. Mrs. Ruby Arm e.xrens's of Sister Caroline Carney, strong is at Whitwell this .week. Mrs. who was a member of the Mission. Jo'nder and Miss Ora Hightower The Consler Juveniles gave an enter- have returned home. Rev. Mr. Tuck tainment at the W. P. L. A. A. Hall on er, of the A. M. E. Church, is con West Main street last Tuesday eve- ducting a series of meetings at Rich u!n. Mrs. L. M. Thompson, W. M., and Mrs. Bettle Brown, W. C, and Miss Lorell Brown cnaperoned the children. Mr. James Buford, Mr. and 1Tto T-V( t T .fwirn Tfl"loci Piflfl fV, 1 A rooa ,. f ivtv,ui aAn,r n went to . Nashville last Sunday to visit the conference. Mrs. Annie Picket, of .Nashville, is the guest of tKn Mr. Ar,nt Christy Williams was in the city last Sunday. Miss A. P. Ransom is very sick at this writing. Mr. John . Wat- irins is also very sick. Mrs. Dora Douglass entertained in honor ot Miss Fnnnie Hayes, of Nashville, at her residence, 540 East Sevier street Friday, October 12th. Games were the features of the evening. After a f late hour a delightful menu was served. Those present were Misses Seprde Miller, Katie Grlssom, Lizzie M. Watkins, Mary, Maggie and Creasy Eulus. Allie B. Dean and Lucile But ler, Messrs. Johnnie Watkins, James Miller, Jesse Crocket, Aaron Gaither, Thcs. Woods, Dock Yergans, Eddie Simpson. Willie Douglass and Minus Eulus. Mi?s Hayes spent three weeks in Murfreesboro the guest of Mrs. Douglass, and has returned to her home in Nashville. Mr. Toney Black was buried last Saturday. Mr. Black w?s one of the oldest citizens of this county. Rev. D. T. Burch has been rrturned to the pastorate of Keys Chapel and the members have ten dered' him a cordial welcome. The services were conducted in a lively way. The eleven o'clock services were largelji attended Sunday and greit enthusiasm prevailed. It is slid that the pastor preached the greatest sermon that he has preached since pastoring here. Mr. Hardy King and Miss Darrow Reid were quietly married at the residence of Pev. D. T. Burch Saturday night, Oc tober 28th, and Mr. Richard Miller and Miss aggie Proby were married at the home, of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Proby, on East Sevier street, with a large number ot friends present Sunday night, Octo ber 29th, at 7 o'clock, liev. D. T. Burch officiated at each. Mrs. Ellen Alexander, one of the oldest and most h'ghly respected members of Key Chanel Church, died Sunday night and her funeral was attended at the church Tuesday afternoon by Rev. D. T. Burch, the pastor, assisted by Rev. B. F. Anderson. Mrs. Alean Henry has returned from Chicago, where she has been for several months. CEMETERY NOTES. Rev. B. F. Anderson preached for ua the first time since he returned from the conference. He gave a fine lecture and then took his text from 2 Timothy. A large crowd was pres ent. Rev. Anderson says be has never been absent since he joined the Tennessee Conference. We all wel come him back. The members of B. O. No. 130 will give their annual in stallation Friday night, November 3, at Stones River Chapel. They hope to have a fine time. Mr. L. R. Walk er, of Chicago, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Waller, and sister, Mrs. Ander son. Miss Mary Vaughter is still sick. Mr. and Mrs. John Hugle have finished paying for their place and are ready now to add more to it. Mr. Sam Howse, of Nashville, visited his mother recently. MIsi Hughes has decided to become a rubscrlber of the Globe. The time for picking cotton is nearly out and the farmers are glad. Master T. L. Howse, V. B. Hugle, J. W. Howse and Sandle Hugle spent a day hunting last week. The Sunday-schools are progressing rapid ly here at this place. SOUTH PITT8BURG NOTES. Rev. W. S. Hlght, who Is principal of the city school, returned from Lynchburg, Va., and Washington, D. C, where he spent a few days on ge A. M. E. Zion Church conference, u. i""'"5 These missionary programs, as a rule, Each repor. shaving witnessed an nre executed every first Sunday in lent session while there. Mr andjfarh mcntQ The program Sunday M. Gio. Gaines have returned from . w,u bg reprsented by the senior Chattanooga after visiting the A M. j daS3 of the M E . SuuJay.School F. Zion annual conference. Mr. Wm Rey H p GordQn made sevpral Gill am s?ent the latter part of last - topal v!slts Jn Wegj. Magon agt W(?pk week in Chattanooga. Mrs. Mary , Rey c L Field3( the Qew DlstrIct Bridgeman, of Pikeville was the guest Sunerlntendent of WSt Tennessee f. her daughter, Mrs. Albert Pankey. Di8trict of the M B church, spent ",111C u6"""u. icuumcu Whitwell this week.- Miss Vinnle Smith, who is teaching at spent the week-end with home folks ard city. , LYNNVILLE NOTES. Eddie Jackson and Miss Ora Mr. Re'l Martin were joined in matrlmo , . r .. TT n T HUdy -HlftQl. H.BV. XI. II Braden officiated. Mr. Hoyte Braden, ff Nashille. came home .Sunday. Mr. BJLIZ 'l"n.l .N?S llle. Miss Bertha McClure, of thl3 was in Nashville Sunday. place, TEACH YOUR DOLLARS The Nobby m H All SliiN All Overcoats 51 AUK TO OKI) Kit 220 Fourth B. fi. MILLER, Manager LOWEST Ladies & Misses' Ready-to- Wear Garments Blankets Comforts. Art Squares Carpets Mattings Mens, Ladies and Children 's Underwear G215 PUBLIC S RIMES 215 NASHVILLE'S BUSIEST DRY GOODS STORE While there she was the guest of Miss ' Leona Simmons. Rev. H. H. Braden had a rally at the First Missionary Baptist Church Sunday. He being very ill Rev. Mack Skillern preached a soul-stirring sermon. Collection, $38.33. Quite a large crowd went to Nashville Sunday to the conference. Mrs. Cornelia Walker, wno has been attending the conference, returned home Tuesday. MASON NOTES. The missionary program or the M. E. Church Sunday-School which is under the auspices of the president, M. W. Ruffln, will take place Sunday wnTXiln in the above-namel church. several days last week In the Bluff for Brownsville, Tenn., where she will spend three weeks under the phy sician for medical treatment. We, as a progressive race of people, are learning to patronize our own pro fcssional men such as dentists, colored physicians, etc., for we know the colored professional man is labor ing under great lisadvantages. Miss Hortense Fields left last Saturday Moyne High School. Rev. M. W. Wilson, of Jackson, and presiding el der of the C. M. E. Church, held h?s Quarterly conference at Shiloh last Saturday, and on the following Sun day preached at 11 a. m. and Sun day night he preached at St. Mark C. M E. Church, having had great subjects for each sermon. The fol lowing girls left last Sunday for (Continued on Page G) PI TO HAVE MORE SENSE. Tailoring Go. jNo 3 1 ore No Ie M.vm: TO FIT ive., North NASHVILLE, TENN. ON- PUBLIC SQUARE &b0 THE iaM LA Li J 0 1 103 OF PYTtJ ML J I- ln wtt imn w 1 1 mir i ii i - f- r 'C - - - -V, r-J Otlct sound inducements to those who fire unsiotis to lenvc something in a financial way to their wives nnrf little ones. 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