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PAGE TEN.
TUS DAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
THE NEWS SCMITAR.
Doctors To Hold
Last Meet Of Year
The Memphis ana Shelby Count?
Medical society will hold iU laat
tneetln of the year in the court
house at o'clock Tuesday night,
when all the annual business will
be disposed of.
Papers to be read and discussions
opened are: "X-Ray Diagnosis of
Tuodenal Ulcer," by Dr. J J Mc
Caughan, with discussion by Dr. W.
B. Bethea; "Supra-Public Prostrate
corny," by Dr. G. R. Livermore, with
discussion by Dr. J. A. McDonald,
and 'Indications For the Simple
Mastoid Operation." by Dr. W. W
Simpson, with discussion by Dr. J. B.
Blue.
MEMPHIS WOMAN
BURIED IN SNYDER
Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie
George, 79. who died Sunday after
noon at the home of her son, James
IL George, 1912 Court avenue, were
held Tuesday morning at Snyder.
Ark., where the body was forwarded
Monday night. Spencer company
was In charge of arrangements.
Mrs. George was the widow of the
late Dr. Robert J. George, well known
In Memphis. Mrs. George is sur
vived by three children, Miss Laura
George and J. R. and J. 1L George,
of Memphis.
1921 Coca-Cola' Calendar 1921
- Now ready for free distribution at
our factory at Fourth street and
Washington avenue. Handsomest
ever. Please call. adv.
Activities Among
Memphis Negroes
y hev. t. o. Poller.
Hon. George R. James, chairman of
the Industrial relations' committee of
the Chamber of Commerce, will address
the negro people of this city at New
. ' Prospect Baptist church, of which Rev.
B. J. Perkins is pastor, Sunday after
noon, Dec. U. Bert M. Koddy will
apeak also.
' Dr. C. M. Gloster, of Nashville, Tenn.,
la In the city on business combined with
a visit to his parents, Prof. J. R. Glos
ter .and wife, at Howe. Dr. Gloster
went to France with the American
army.
' The annual session of the Ssekson-
Ifemphla C. M. K. conference will con
vene at Greenwood church, on Belle
Jvve boulevard, beginning Tuesday, Deo.
1. i Dr. J. A. Alcorn is pastor of the
ehureh, and Bishop N. C. Cleaves will
preside. A number of the general, offi
era of the church will be in attend
aace.
Pastor T. O. Fuller, cf the First Bap
tist church, St. Paul avenue, will
preach a special sermon on "Recon
struction" Sunday morning at 11
'clock. Both choirs will render spe
cial music, and John Dillingham and
Annie B. Oneal will sing solos. The
(tuoshlne band will sing "America."
Visitors welcome.
The colored division of the Goodfel
lowa olub activities held an Important
meeting Monday afternoon. There were
prosen t B. M. Roddy, chairman; M. S.
Stuart, secretary; Dr.. J. B. Marton and
T. O. Fuller. Plans were perfected for
reaching every church, every school,
every business house, every lodge and
other sodtl organizations. Authorised
persons will solicit funds and check up
the worthy applications. If the co-operation
becomes general much energy
and unnecessary duplication will b
avoioea.
An enthusiastic religious meeting Is
being held at Church's auditorium. The
attendance is large.
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Asks $5,000' For .
Auto Injuries
Charging that he was rua into and
permanently Injured by an automo
bile driven at an alleged reckless
rate of speed by Richard Busby on
the Poplar pike neur Merton avenue
on Nov. S, George Perry, through his
attorney, James A. 1'adget, filed suit
in circuit court Monday for $5,000.
Perry charges that he was walking
along tho road and thnt the automo
bile nnetnted in a careless and reck
less manner struck him and caused
him to sustain a broken leg and oth
er injuries. A Jury Is demanded In
the trial of the case.
Chamber Favors
New Budget System
The Chamber of Commerce,
through its secretary, Henry Hay-
1 V. ,. r.nHlaA PinDMnt.Alflrl
it-j, ncsa uuiuiuvi . .t. ....... . -
Harding that the local body indorses
his policy or a national uuaget sys
tem. '
Letters were also dispatched to all
members of congress and the. two
Tennessee senators urging support
of the m ensure.
Neighbors' Homes
Visited By Death
At exactly the same hour Monday
night, the young Bon of Mr. and Mrs.
S. M. FranRioll and the mother of
Mrs. John E. Levy were called by
death. The two families are neigh-
Beauty Secret
KEEP the system clean.
Eliminate the poisons. If
nature will not do it for you,
help nature with a natural
medicine like Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. Take a teaspoon
ful for a few nights and watch
the results. There will be a
feeling of lightness, the eyes
will be brie lit and sparkling,
the lips red, the cheeks pink.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
is the recognized, standard
remedy for constipation, and it
Is constipation that gives women
headaches, dullness, lots of appetite
and sleep, bad breath and bad com
plexion. Dr. Caldwell'a Syrup Pepsin
will relieve yon over night, and do it
gently but thoroughly. It Is just a
combination of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin, so safe that It Is given to
infanta. A sixty-cent bottle will last
for months, and last year eight million
bottles were bought at drugstores--In
itself a guarantee of merit.
TRY IT FREE
Send me your name and address and
1 will send you a free trial bottle of
my Syrup Pepsin. Addrtst me Dr.
W. B. Caldwell, 513 Washington
St, MonticeUo, 11L Everybody now
and then needs a laxative, and it is
well to know the bestWrite me today.
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Now is the time for the Southern farmers to diversify. Do not plan
a temporary relief which you expect to serve only in emergencies such
as exist at present. Do not substitute for cotton without a definite
plan for the future.
At a recent conference in Memphis, attended by a number of
government experts and representative heads of agricultural colleges,
these experts advised that the farm er of the South make permanent
cotton acreage reductions.
"Substitution or diversification," said one noted editor, "must not
be for a season or two, but must be the well-defined policy of the
Southern farmer for the future guarantee of independence and prosper
ity in the South. So reduce your cotton acreage permanently add live
M
bors, living at 75 and 76 North Ever
green street, respectively. At ex
actly :o o'clock Monday night.
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A STREET.
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emphis Packing Corporation
Mrs. Mary E. Lowenberg, aged IT,
died at the residence of her daugh
ter, and a few seconds later word
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Joseph Newburger, President
was received that William Bernard
Fransioll, aged t . years, had died.
Both had been llt-only a short time.
-Both families jiave relatives living
iiiJi-Il
Thousands of New Members Will
v Join Our Christmas Club
, ' This Year
BE ONE OF THEM
We. want to make this a Banner Year In this department.
Are you going to help us? Come in yourseelf and Join
or bring your children along and open a Christmas Hav-
lugs Club for one of hem t ,
Clulj Opens December 10th Each Year t - ' '
You Can Join Anytime , (r
WE ARE MAILING OUT iJP...KSf.
THIS WEEK. COME IN AND START A SAV INGS CCOU NT
WITH YOURS. THIS APPLIES TO THE MAN, THE .
' WOMAN, THE CHILD ' .
THE
The time to build a reserve fund is now, when .ou-are strong
and! able to work and sacrifice make the most of voi: present op
portunities and prepare yourself fprTreater ones . .
The man's duty to his family m not done when he..provJdes fop.
the present. He must also provide for the future. Just when you
are about to lay down the severest liurden of work, your invested
funds take it up for you and fron then on you do less work ana
your capital does more. ' , , , , . v
. The voung business man wm receive special attention here and.
w are always glad to give you advice on investments and business
THE
Many of our savings depositors are women single women who
'earn thir own living married women whoiepopit for the family
most of the women nowadays "do the family buying and a check
ing account simplifies it. It has (always been our policy to extend
onr lady customers everv consideration end courtesy,
We pay a libera interest on savings accounts. Nearly every
married woman has a weekly allowance take part of this and
start a savings account. t ,
' -THE CHILD ,
. Start your children lAglit. Early habits 4iiold future C-harac-
ters. The main objecr of saving
actual amount saved as It is the
A savings account opened when
vido to
tneir education ana give
wlxThave
children should help
dimes.
Come
Into this bank TODAY
(free of charge) one of our pocket
road to independence.
THE BANK
The directors of this bank' are all well-known and successful
business men who devote their time and efforts' to increasing the
business along safe lines.. Our deposits have increased to such an
extent in the past tew years that we are now ,-.
The largest bank in the world owned and oper
ated BY COLORED PEOPLE. . RESOURCES OVER
ONE MILLION DOLLARS.
iSOLVENTSAVIN&SBANK&TtiySTCO.
390 Beale Avenue
B. M. RODDY, Cashier.
stock, co'rn, peas, potatoes, fruits make every plantation more nearly
self sustaining,' whether the year Ts good or bad." .
i The markets here are being., daily improved. The freight rates are
favorable to Memphis. Grow "the various products for the Memphis
market. ' ' "
The Memphis Packing Corporation expects to open its modern
plants January 3d, involving cash capital outlay in live stock purchases
for month of around half a million dollars. .
' By growing live stock for this-, market you will bring into ; closer
relationship the producer and consumer. .You will contribute -positive
support to a tangible plan for farm diversification. ,
at Vlcksburg. Miss. Mrs. Lowenberg-
Is survived by two daughters,
Mr. lnhn LeVv and Mrs. Estelle
Mrs. Mar-
Henley, ana one
-rfcuaj.
MAN
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WOMAN
in early life is not so mucn me
i ro
ormation of. the habit of economy.
your children are young will pro
pro -i
You
tnem a proper uuin in lire.
tliem to save their nickels and
and get your- son or daughter
banks and start tnem on tne
Memphis, Tenn,
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garet Hevey.- - William 'Kransioli is
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