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With a
Patent Metal Screw Top, Perfect
Padlock and Key.
The money cannot be extracted. The coins
pass through a slit in a round disk ol rubber
underneath the cover. Will receive any coin
from a penny to a dollar.
No. I, by mail
(No. 1 holds 200 Nickels)
No. 2, by mail
(No. 2 holds 350 Nickels.)
Nuthin.i hettiT fur
If Charities, Church
lies and Sunday
Schools to collect
money for Home
or Foreign Mis
sion Work, a
Church Debt, Or
gan, Piano, or a
New Carpet.
Children will take
out the Bank
readily and work
with great en
thusiasm. SEND ORDIRS TO
523-2nd Ave., N.,
Carbonated in bottlcj.
clicious, Wholesome. J t
Thirst-Qucnchino .
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Tarda Car. Fifth Ave. aad Denoabraaa St
mmi 109 t 128 Fifth Are.1. Saatk
Phone M. ISS NashviUe, Tf
Mail (Sood,
NAfSftVijLL.il. ' TENNESiEE.
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this aartiMBBt.
One-Cent Savings Bank
Incorporated Under the 1 sws of Tennessee
Capital Stock $25,000.00,
Does a regular t.anking business. Inter
. est paid on all time deposits. Only in
stitution of its kind in Tennessee.
IE. H. n)YI, President
J. W. GKANT, 1st Vice President
J. w. Boslrlok, 2nd Vice President
J. C. NAPIKK.CnHhlcr
V. N. I.ANUSTON, Ass t Cashier.
411 Fonrlh Avenne, North
NaajliTill. Temientwee
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Hotel Ilanicl
7i:i Cellar Street
Rooms Nicely Fnrnisliri. First Class
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ees, Csttcriug and loouig
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If The National Life and Acci
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aenx insurance w.
Nashville, Trail.
Cash Capilal S200.000.00
Life, Health and Accident In
surance in one Policy
and Moathly Premium
I ! For Orfian j J
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j lvrti,rf.iiln
ferfcft the satisfactory beverage
I i
For May and June w; quote the lowest
prices of the year
5t 12c
Bernard Per Bu5hel
for the bsst .trade of ST. BERNARD Lump
or Nut or
Coal $3.00
Per Ton
From mines
,. , Buying at these prices will mean a bis! sav
direct to
'mi on nxt Winter's fuel bill.
A.id think of ths worry and inconvenience
5illCC tnac yuvcan eliminate by filling your bins
Why not call us up to-day and let us book
your order?
Jfls. R. Love, Mgr.
Main Office, 34-36 Arcade
Oat of Town Notes.
Mrs. Ora Vandyke and
" c luc Kur3L9 u. niu4in3 ' ( n 1J - . ii.
Sundav. Dr. Parr, of Henry, wu m and Mr. and Mrs. Newton Puckett ; in Friday night the waterswere so
Paris Saturday Mi Wrri P'eh. ! aad "itt!e C?n, Thomas. and ; hlSn that he could not come further
after pendg sereS .ks iTS Golie A lison took dinner 1 than Riverside on train; he was twns
fnt"HtelohL. Mrs. Lara McLean Sunday. Miss 1 rvi with the United States mall
rem cities in me Aorta, nai w- c,indav nisht tln handcar, so he got here .safely
turned. She reports aa enjoyiM ' L 1 Jo:ie: EPent Sunday nignt at. TIbK,. thn '
trip. Quite a number of citizen ris-
ited Henry Sunday in interest of one '
of the lodges. Mrs. CaLie Johnson is
on tne sick use Mr. rrariK smitn
died at his home in South Paris
Thursday evening, and was buried
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Por-
ter are the proud parents of a little ;
daughter. Mrs. FayeHa Waddy spent ;
Sunday at McKenzie. Mr. Joseph
Mosby will conduct an excursion 1'rom
Clarksville via Paris to overlook the
highwaters at Memphis May 5th. The
most brilliant social of the season
was . the . elaborate luncheon served
the- LadUn' Social Club by Mrs. En
nest Travis and Mrs. Henry Loving,
at the residence of Mrs. Loving,
Thursday evening, West Blythe street.
The rooms were beautifully decorated
rn white dogwood blossoms and' ever
green. Among the members were
tiie honored guests, Mrs. Wm. Mc
Ghee. of Paducah, Ky., and Mrs. Robt.
Haynes, of Henry. After a four
course menu was served a souvenir
card was presented to each by Miss
Marion Epps. A number of 25 were
present. Mr3. Robert Hynes, of
Paducah, was the guest of Mrs. Les
lie Miller and Miss Lillian Fitch Sun
Mr. Wilson Green, who was strick
en with paralysis about two weks
ago, is still on the sick list. Mr.
Green in his younger days lived here,
but for the last twenty-five or thirty
years he has lived out west and at
the north. Last fall he returned here
to live with his son, Thomas. Mr.
Burrell Johnson, of Covington, came
last week to the bedside of his fath
er, Mr. Fin'ey Johnson, who iives
near Augusta, and has been very sick,
but is better now. Mrs. Peters, who
lives near Eureakton, is in town dress-
jing hair this week. Mrs. Mattie Utile
McKemiey, who spent last week in
I Memphis with her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Crowder, came home Sunday evening.
The young ladies of Whiteville went
cut Tuesday evening on a fishing tour.
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Susie E. Moore, of Bartlett, spent last
Sunday in town with friends. The
Etork visited the home of Prof, and
Mrs. H. D. A. Dawkins and left a
bouncing HttU? baby girl eight or ten
days ago. Mrs. .Minerva Crisp, of
Wildo, spent last Saturday and Sun
day at Fayette Corner with her
mother. Mrs. Pauline Murphy spent
last, week with Mrs. G. A. She'.ton.
Mr. Lewis Patton was brought here
from Brownsville three weeks ago by
his brother, Brist Patton, Mr. Lewis
Patton died, and was buried in the
Union Hill Cemetery Monday. Mrs.
Ferby Lewis' mother and sister, Eliza,
of Memphis, were both here.
Mr. George Dysart. who has been
on the sick list, is better. We had
a grand supper at the Cumberland
Church Saturday night. Rev. D. C.
Dobbins failed to get here Sunday to
preach, but the pulpit was well sup
plied with preachers. Rev. Samuel
Brooks preached an interesting ser
mon and Rev. O. F. Bishop preached
an excellent sermon Sunday night.
Rev. T. H. Bonner assisted "them.
Mrs. Willie Mayfield gave her father
a birthday dinner, also for the preach
ers and others. Miss Ella Duncan
! took dinner with Miss Flownie Dys
riit.irfCT :'' art Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
ind lfrrl rtaiishtpp. FIovp
ter grancatner ana momers, Airs,
aai -Mr3- Jo!ia Orr. Mr. and Mrs.
Jtni Laws ook diner with Mr. and
-v- i
Boren and Mrs. Si'.'a Orr took j
ner -with Mr and Mrs William
Holt Sunday. Cal he Mai Allison
f pent Sunday with little Miss Bessie :
Dowell. Mr. John Winston went to
Mi' town Sunday. Rev. O. F. Bish
op spent Sunday night with Mr. Al
len Smith. Rev. T. H. Bonner spent
Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Woodruff. Rev. S. Brooks went to
Mr. George Dvsart's. to spend Sun-J
day ' night. i- Miss Leia Jones took
dinner with Miss Maudie Robinson
Sunday. Mis3 Lela Jones have be
gun her little school again. Come
one and all, there wil: be a grand
pay, entitled "Wide-awake and Full
of Fun," a comical play, something
you have never seen, May 11, 1912.
Sunday-school at the GuIIdfield
Baptist Church was very largely at
tended. The regular monthly meet
ing was also held at 11:30 o'clock.
An unusually large crowd wa9 in at
tendance and listened with much
eagerness and interest to a soul-stirring
sermon by the pastor, Rev. P.
D. Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mar
shall, of Henderson, Ky., are visit
ing his brother, Mr. Moses Marshall.
Mr. Charlie Willi's, of AIlensviMe, Ky.,
was in town Sunday. Mrs ' Mollle
Patton, of Dickson, Tenn., is the guest
of Mrs. Luke Fort. Mrs. Boyd Doug
lass, who has been on the sick list,
is very much improved. Mrs. Arthur
Minis will leave soon or treatment
at the Home Infirmary in Clarksville,
Tenn Misses Dazalee and Corolla
Meriweathor were in Clarksville this
week. Miss Maidye Taylor visited
Pembroke, Ky., recently. Mr. Jas.
Hatcher, of Pembroke, was in town
visiting relatives. Rev. and Mrs. P.
D. Dennis were delightfiv'Iy enter
tained by Mr. and Mr. Richard Mor
rison. The ladies of the Household
of Ruth gave an entertainment Sat
vrdav evening under the manage-
ment of Mrs. TTatMn Clarke, the Re
r, . n j t
corder. Go to Mr. C. Cross and E.
Day for first-class groceries. Mr. P.
Moody and Miss G. Tyler were united
in the holy bonds of matrimony ana
left Saturday morning for Trenton,
Ky. Mr. Samuel Warfleld, after an
illness of several months, is able to
return to his work again. Mrs. Saul
Snadon left Saturday morning for
Paducah, Ky., to spend a few weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Rave.
W'e are very, glad to see Mrs. Jessie
Whitlock out. after a severe Illness.
Mrs. 'FYank Baker, after two-months'
stay in St. Louis, Mo., has returned
Rev. V. H. Murray, formerly of
Myrtlewood. Ab.. now feeding the
flock In Pottersville Presbyterian
Church, will expound the Word or
God In Greenleaf Presbyterian Church
Sunday. May 55th. at 11 a. m. Rev.
Murray Is a graduate of Lincoln Uni
versity, Philadelphia, and a member
of the Birmingham Presbytery, We
are informed that Mr. Johnnie Tay
lor and et. al left Saturday for Jack
son, Tenn., for a few days' stay. Th
pea crop Is very much behind this
season: mow ?o than usual. The
reason 's on for printing bills, adver
tisements, etc. Call on Sir F. T.
Jone for the same. We have a need
MAY 3, 1912.
n i
to thank God each day of our lives
when we scan the pages of the news
papers we can read of some calamity
that has happened to some one and
some place. Yet so far we are un
hurt. God has shown his mercy to
wards us, more so than we deserved.
President L. L. Jackson came Sat
urday, April 27th, to hold his second
quarterly conference, owing to tne
ence Saturday night and gave many
good instructions to the Boards. Each
Board made its report, but the Will-
ins Workers' Board ia still In the
jjfd tHLnS It was $10 CO in
the lead EIder 'Jackf.on preacned a
lcndid Bermon Sund nJ ht Text
Jf ThQU had m brQtheT
w t haye dod M H Mit.
chell, of Indianapolis, Ind.," has been
suffering from a very bad sore throat,
but ia better at this writing. Mr.
Lee Bradley is in bed with a severe
case of measles. Mrs. Lula Hill was
the - pleasan gu,es,t , of Mrs. L B.n
Smith last - week'. - 'AIT were; delighted
to have her in our town. She is a
milliner. She leaves for Gardens
burg, where she will spend a weelt
or more. We hope to have her come
agin. Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith enters
tained the following at dinner last
Sunday. President L. L. Jackson, or
Nashville; Rev. .1. W. Thompson, Co
lumbia, Mr. S. Lewis. Mrs. Fannie
Lee, Mr. H. C. Mitchell, of Indianapo
lis, Ind.
Mr. Harry Jones, who is here from
New York on a visit and other busi
ness, .made a business trip to Chatta
nooga last Tuesday. Mr. Mat Jones,
Jr., formerly of Dayton, but now of
Chattanooga, was visiting relatives in
our city last Sunday. Miss Sister
Robinson, of Chattanooga, was in at
tendance at the baptizing of the A.
M. E. Z. Church. Rev. James Thorn
ton and Rev. James Franklin filled
their appointments at Carpe, Tenn.,
last Sunday. Mr. L. M. Brown, of
Dark Alley, was visiting In Rock
wood last Sunday. Mrs. Matilda
Cravin, of Jinggo. Tenn.. who has
been in our city the past week vis)
Ing her sister "on Market street, Mrs
at the baptizing of the Richland
Bridge last Sunday. Rev. H. W.
Stripling, the pastor of Mt. Zion Ban
tist. Church, filled his stand at 11
o'clock Sunday and at 3 o'clock he
filled the stand of the A. M. E.
Church in Rev. G. W. Cane's stead In
the interest of the M. E. rally. The
closing of the city bleu school
Inst. Wednesday brought ereat credit
to Dayton, known as the Gem City of
the South, located Just 37 miles north
of the Gate to the South, on the Ten
nessee River, and C. N. O. & T. P.
R. R.. where It turned out Its first
primary graduates in the persons of
Mr. Ulus Powell, Miss Lucile Powell,
Miss Estella Franklin. Mr. Albert
Hu8e, of Soddy, Tenn., was visiting
In our city this week. Mr. Harte
Toliver. of Sprlnsr City, was In our
circle Sunday. Miss Mary Cane, one
of Dayton's most up-to-date teachers
who has been In service ns a teach
er a Marshtown. arrived last Friday
to take her vacation with her mother
and father. Mrs. Ada Braxton, of
, KlnrMon. Tenn.. who Is in our city
i vlsltintr her nnrents. Is soon to take
her leave for Cincinnati. Ohio, to loin
her husband. Mr. Ell Brown, of Mor
cantown, left for Graysvllle, Tenn.,
Sunday afternoon. Miss M. White,
who has been In our city for the
past two weeks on a visit. wa seen
at. the bantlzlng last Sunday. Miss
Blanchla Mayse, who has been In our
city attending the high school. Is
visiting fronds In the south this
week. Miss Geneva Foster of Quarry
strtet, has gone to Chattanoo
ea. .Mrs. Henderson, of Madison
ville. who has been in our city at-
I If tiding the cloning exercises of the
I citv high school, left last Sunday for
I her home at Madisonville, Term. Mrs.
r Amanda Mosley, of Columbus. Ohio,
!s still at th bedside of her sick sis-
: ter, Mrs. Mary Jones, who is lm
proving. We are glad to see Mr. Ar
thur Johnson out,sain after being
1 Indisposed for the past three weeks.
Miss Sinla Broyles, of Morgantown,
, has accepted a position as second.
; cook at the Aque Hotel. Rev. J. D.
Miller left this morning for Riton,
, Tenn., to fill his appointments.
, The third quarterly session of the
; Duck River District Auxiliary was
hld with the First Bapti-t Church.
Columbia, April 19, 20, 21. 1912. A
i motion prevailed that a copy of the
: following resolutions be sent the
Nashville Globe, the Nashville Clari
on and Union-Review for publication.
Life Is eternal and when the soul Is
freed from It" mortal dreams and
borne on celestial pinions through
tho b-autiful gates ajar info the
; realm invisible, Incorruptible, which
God has prepared for His own, it will
! expand into the glorious Image and
,Jikenes3 of its Creator and shint in
I fadeless beauty through eternity. Sh
; still lives in the Omnipotent Son-it.
t the all-pervading presence. And
when this mortal shall put on im
mortality, then shall come to pass the
saying, "Death is swallowed up In
Whereas, The beautiful earth life
f Mrs. Sarah Brazier ended March 7,
1912. and her spirit went into th-
; silent land, yet not alone for the Om
nipotent spirit who said: "Lo, I am
with you alway," sustained her with
j H''s rod and .staff of the. shadow."
! Whereas, The Ruck River District
.Auxiliary realizes it has lost an ac
tive and esteemed member, who In
I all the varied duties of lifo '
charged them with a degree of fideli-!
i nwn only to the consecrated
I Christian,
I Resolved. That a copy or this rri
jbute be sent to the bereaved family
also spread upon the minutes of our
I books; be it further
j Resolved. That the Duck River Dis-
trict Auxiliary extend our tender love
; ind detp sympathy to the sorrowing
nnPS With thf OSOIirinnn V4. iit--l2
l only a dream."
L. B. MCCONN1CO, Secretary.
Foarta NOTES. I
si,nn iroon Is earning nn a
-evtval with -orV eood results Prof I
"nd Mrs. Pnms lnft for Christians i
Saturday, Apri' 07th where thev will
"netid their vacation. Mrs. Bs' I
Moore is ah' to be out again Mr 1
Willis Dibrel' will leave for Richard !
ity Wednesday. Mrs. Didrell will '
a so leave for a week's stay with her !
nother, Mrs. Smartt. at Smartt's Sta-1
Hon. Mr. Felix Fanchier is very V
vev. Hi'lsman of the BaDtl
N in our town. The revival c'osed at
ne ivi. Church with good results.
'Hiere were two conversions. Rev.
M. Carmichael fs conducting B
revival for Rev, Frlerson. The young
men are preparing to console the lone-
v wun a Dana of music. Mr. Herman
Turner and Mr. Joe Hudd'eson are
the leaders of the movement.
Rev. N. C. Crutcher preached at
ML Olive Sunday and Sunday after
noon. Mrs. Mary L. Avent has re
turned from Nashville, where she
was visiting her son, Mr. G. F. Avent
Miss Laura L. Washington aim her
little nephew. Anderson, who has
been, the. company--.keeper -for-the1
Misses1' Avent,' returned ' home" "Sun
day evening. One of the most charm
ing weddings was that of Miss Jessie
Til'age to Mr. Green Miles, which was
solemnized Thursday night at 9:30
o'clock. The bride was a charming
picture of loveliness as she stood at
the altar. The maids of honor were
Misses Evalena Anderson and Edith
Orr. Messrs. Albert Smith and
Bracle Tillage were best men. Rev.
B. F. Anderson performed the cere
mony. Mr. Eugene Kage and father,
Sam Kage, are still on the sick list.
Mrs. Isabella Mason and daughter,
Miss El'a Mason, spent a pleasant
evening with the Misses Washington.
Mrs. Addie Edmason, of Salemn,
Tenn., are visiting relatives here. Mrs.
Irene Haynes and Master G. W.
Haynes spent the day with Miss
Alice Washington recently. Mrs.
Nicle Rucker Epent a pleasant day
with Mrs. Irene Haynes Wednesday.
Miss Lizzie Washington, who spent
the week-end at Florence, returned
home Sunday.
Rev. J. S. Swift, the popular Pas-
tor of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
vivals for Rev. J. II. Mastin in Chat
tanooga that has been held in that
city for a number of years. Rev.
Swift is one among the greatest re
viva'ists in the state. Rev. N. B.
Morton was in Shelbyville last Mon
day looking after his property, and
the interest of the Turner Normal
Co'lege. Rev. G. TJtley Is pushing
the pen in the interest of his in
surance company at Decherd and Es
till Springs this week. Rev. N. P.
Grigs and wife, of Fayetf.esville.
Tenn.. Mrs. E. E. McElroy, of South
Pittsburg, and and Mrs. Luna Brown,
of Estill Springs, are the guests of
Wm. Jenkins and wife this week.
Mrs. Bettle Hunt Is quite sick at
this writing. Mr. Jerry School has
accepted a lucrative position with the
N., C, and St. L. Railway Company.
Miss Emma Clendenen, who has been
quite sick, Is much Improved at this
writing. Rev. N. B. Morton had
made Mr. Ed. IToloway's house look
like a new one, with that fine coat
of paint Rev. Morton knows how
to use a brush. Miss Mattie C.
Mastin will be a store visitor in Chat
tanooga next week. Mrs. R. O. Laws
and Mrs. T. B. Spencer are attending
the commencement, at Turner Normal
in Shelbyville this week. Read the
Globe and keep posted like Miss
Nannie Hunt. Mr. Belcher, of Nash
ville, spent last Sunday In our town.
Mr. Bud McGhee is kept very busy
Installing and overhauling soda foun
tains. Ivir. Frank Ramsey has ac
cepted a lucrative position with the
Insurance company. Mrs. Emllne
Brown, who has been quite sick, Is
much improved at this writing.
f. W. G. HYNKS
. -. nnl?!tinna r,f all
an:i ne wiu give y'
kinds He will also give to you from
clear, snow white clothes. Econom
ical prices
420 Cedar Street Phone M. 2190
Gray's Ointment
of all kinds
Ask. Grondina.
Columbia Orapliophone
fALL at our store or drop us a
-"past card, and a man will call
at your home and make terms so
that you can aflord to have the
greatest variety of the world's
famous singers, musicians, hands,
etc., in your own home at all times.
We Sell Records for
All Makes of Ma
as .1 Candidate for Magistrate of the first
(Nashville Disttic) at tie ensuirg Au
gust election
Ask For
100 Proof
All good deal
ers sell it. Not
a headache in
a barrel of it.
A rich, fra
grant, mellow,
soft, .... pure
straight Ken
tucky sour
mash of best
possible qual
ity. YOU'LL
Perry & Lester Coal Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dralr
Vardi: 606 Second f.e., N.
Ptioiie Main 29.
Special to the Globe,
six students representing the five
Atlanta Ga., April 28. 1912 Fiftv.
colleges and universities of this city,
i.mue up a graauatlng class that Is
the first to finish in the Teacher
Training Course recently prescribed
and endorsed by the Clifton Confer
ence, which was tried first in this
city The Instructor of this class
was Prof. H. C. Lyman, whose Inter
est, was centered in the graduation,
as practically all denominations were
represented in the class. At the
exercises Morris Brown College was
represented by President Fountain.
C.ark University by President Idle
man, Spelman Seminary by President
Tapley. Atlanta University by Presi
dent Ware, Atlanta Baptist College
by President Hope. Those students
who professed a Methodist faith were
supplied with diplomas made by the
Methodist. Publishing House at Cin
cinnati, the Baptist student were giv
en diplomas from the National Bap
tist Publishing Board at. Nashville,
Tenn. The exerciser, were held in
the First Congregational Church of
which Rev. Proctor Is trie pastor.

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