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judiciously invested in real estate in Paducah. He is an official mem¬
ber of the A. M. E. Church, and devotes much of his time to reli-
o-ious work. He is liberal, kind-hearted, and true. He krves his
race, and Avants to see it elevated and refined. Mr. Bryant is not an
educated man except in a business sense. His example is Avorthy of
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C. S. RANDLE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
0XE of the enterprising and successful carpenters in the city of
Nashville, Tenn., is the subject of this sketch. He is a man of
charitable, warm-hearted and generous impulses. All cannot
teach nor can they preach ; they must therefore go into trades Avhere
success awaits them if they will but pursue the methods that were