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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1910.
Louisville & Nashville R. R. Sew Union Station. City Ticket onics, 22 Fourth aye., Norta." Telephone Alain 758 Leayes. Anivei. LoniSTillo & Cincinnati 3:47urn J:Jiam LouiSTiile & CinciunaU 7 :58am S.27am Louisville & Cincinnati 8:00pm 8 35pm Louisill Accora'oda al2:2ipm a3 06pm KransTilie & Chicago 3:67am i:05am Kvansvnle& Chicago 7:40pm 8:10am Evans7ille& St. l.oois 8:67am 2:05am EvansTille & St. Lonis a7:80ara 8:10pm EvansTille & fct liouii 7:40pm 8:10am Birmingham, Montgom ery, Mobile and New Orleans .2 :25am . 1 :37am Birmingham, aUntgom Mobile and New Orleans 8:45ara 7:25pm KashTille Sr. Scottsyille AcC'mrac nation ...3:10pm. 10:16am NasuTille & Uartsyille Accommodation ..5:10pm- t7:50am Hopkiniville Aecom'oda...a6:46pm 10:00am NashTil'i & ClarkiTilie Accommodation 4:16pm ' 8:17am KashTille &Decator Ac commodation 8:50pm 10:10am Columbia & Mt. Fleatunt.. 5:50pra 7:26pm Colombia, Florence, Sheffieia, & Tuscarobia..7:40am 5:00pm Dily. tlHy except Sunday, ft Stopi at North College-street station. Train arming at 1:65 p. m. rani from ML pleasant oniy. Train arriTraff at 7:45 p m brings conneo ttons frew Tnscombia and Florence. R. O. Vf ALLIi, Vf. HAL. HU8T1IICB , pirtriet Fas. Agent Ciy Tioke t AgeU, TICKET OFFICES UNION STATION, BROADWAY CITY OFFICE tn Maxwsjll House, Corner Church Street and 4th Ave., North. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwest Arrives 7:00am Memphis, Hickman, Pa- 6:86pm ducah, St. Louis, con conuects for CntreTllle (!) 2:15 ra raducah, Hickman, 132Dm . Jackson R:30pm Waver ly Accommodation, 8:00am 8:00pm "Dixie Flyer" solid train t):06ara to St. Louis. ll:30pm-Memphls and nickraan 6:50am SOUTH AND EAST. 24am Chicago and Florida Limited. 9:30am St. Louis Jacksonrllle "Dixie Flyer." Con- it7ptn Chicago, JstkcprvHle -Olxle Flyer." S t ' J 8io. Dining tars. 3:30 pm Jhtttsnaer a &nj .2 . 3:13am 8:65pm 3:20pm if 66a rr JMist. Connections (!) ,or Shelbyyllle, Sparta, Fayett ville. Huntsvllle, Traty City, South Pittsburg. W)0 p m Tullahoma Accoramoda- 18:15am tion. Connects for Shelby ville. :30 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta 6:35am Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. J7:00am Lebanon Mixed W:2fam Lebanon Express !2:10pm "VOOpm Lebanon Accommodation !i!.4i)pra ft.oopm Lebanon Accom modatlon , !8:30am "ally. !Dally except Sunday. Vf. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PIIlLLirs. P. A., Maxwell House. W. L. DANLEY, G. P. A., Union Station. TEAS. CENTRAL R. .R. City Ticket Office, S: 1 Arcade, 117 FOUBTH ATK., If. 'PHONE, KAJX 20 Station, foot of Broid street. Effective March 14. 1908. Depart Hashrille to Hopkinrville 8:05 a. m. "Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:00 p. m. ILeoanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. Knoxville Day Express 8:30 a. m. Knoxville Nifiht Express 9:30 p. m. Monterey Shopping Train 4:00 p m. ILeoanon Accommodation 6.10 p. tn. rvu in.:i. c a Arrive. 7:05 p. m 9:30 a. m 2:10 p. m 6:45 p. m 6:15 a. m 10:00 a: m 750 a. m Train leaving Nashville at 8:30 a. m. carries day eoach through to Knoxville (via Southern Railway trom Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with Owough sleeping cars to points East Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries vccviuk fcr io njiuzTuie ma douinern Kauway from Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with ttvoogh sleeping Cars to points East and South east H. W. TYSON, C T. A ERIC TATOM. P. A. THEO. A ROUSSEAU. Q. AP WILLIAM TISDALE Colored Agent for DAVID J. KUHN, DRUGGIST. Will call to your home with a complete line of Toilet Articles, etc.. etc. Call him. PHONES M 1718 or 4035 when you wish to see him. He will take pleasure in showing you his line of goods. 17. D. RUCKER, DEALER IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 'Nom, Bail 46S2 L 451 Eigstk in., I 2-5-mos. Pryor were in They attended Columbia last. week, the funeral of Mrs. Alice Odell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Upshaw are re Joicing over a fine baby boy. Prof. E. S. Rose was in town Sat urday and took the census examination. Little Ilarry Jenkln3 Dangerfield . I entertained a few of his frlenda on last Friday evening from 2 o'clock un- AM f . t f T Ixl , ... I ut o;uu. jjiuie uarry was eignt years old Tka Mite Missionary Society of C. C. A. M. E. Church, has taken no new life with its new officers, and have gone to work. We are glad to report little Way man Ballentine convalescent. Perhaps one of the most shocking incidents for some time was the sud den death of Mr. Simon Alexander, which occurred at his home Monday, February 7. Mr. Alexander was one of the oldest citizens of this commun ity, tie leaves a wife, Mrs. Amanda Alexander: ALLISONA NOTES. The farmers of this place are very anxious for spring to begin, for the new year has been so hard that they have not prepared for their croDs. Quite a number of mends were the guests of . Mr. and" Mrs. Charlev Na- piea Tuesday, 25, at 6 . o'clock to at tend the wedding of their daughter, Miss Florence Naples, to Dr. J. H Woodly, of Nashville. There were fifty-three--present. The bride was dressed in white satin and also had a very lovely bridal veil. The names or tnose who were present: Misses Beulah and Anna and Mary Patton, Maggie' Rucker, Maggie Laura Scales. Anna Wray, Eliza Parrish, Eunice De- rmimbreun ' Tennie Anderson, of Nash ville, Messrs. Jim. Wray, of Louis ville; Messrs. Jim Wray, Lushel Sut ton, Hildle Hyde, Emmet Haley, Arch. Garrett, Willie Lee, Charles Patton, Jim Johnson, Wilbon Haley, Albert Claybrook, Ernest Demum breun, Sushin Scales, Willie Boleack, Clarence, Anderson, of Nashville; Mr. and Mrs. Ellce Scales, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haley, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cope land, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scales., Mr. and Mrs. Alex Scales. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mr. Neal Boleiack. Rev. Mo Cord, Mrs. Sandy Johnson, Mrs. Dee Parrish, Mrs. Green Wray. Several white people were present. The ta ble was beautiful with its many col ors of cut flowers. A fifteen-course menu was served. The bride and groom will . leave the first of next week for Nashville, where they will make their home. Many presents were received. Miss Maggie Rucker was the guest of her sister and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Rucker. Miss Tennie and Clarence Anderson wil Heave for Nashville Friday. Miss Beulah Patton will leave for Franklin in one or two weeks, where she will spend the summer. Mr. Tom Patton and sons were in Franklin a few days ago on business. Miss Beulah Patton was the guest of Miss Sadie Foster a few days ago, of Franklin. Messrs. Harrison and Maldon An drews were the guests of their aunt Tuesday night. Mrs. Cora Patton and Miss Fannie Copeland, who have been on the sick list for some time, are now improv ing. Mrs. Gentry Wray, who has been ill, is now improving. Mrs. Cora uvToten, of Shelbyville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bob Brooks. Mr. W. L. Patton called on Miss Laura Claybrook Sunday. Mr. Charley Patton was the euest of Miss Fannie Copeland Sunday. Miss Annie Wilson will leave In a few days for Nashville, where she win spend the summer. Miss Maggie Rucker. Mamie Burns, Annie Wilson. Messrs. Alex Burns, Felix Patton were the euests of Miss Beulah Patton Wednesday night. Miss Maggie Rucker will leave for Nashville in a few weeks. Messrs. Arch Garrett, Blunt Sutton, of Eagleville, were tne guests of Misses Beulah and Mary Patton Wed nesday night. ANTIOCH NOTES. The Sunday-school last Sunday was largely attended and an excellent Christian Endeavor meeting was led by Miss Birdie Douglass. The fol lowing program was rendered: decla mation, Miss Katie Wray; duet, Miss es E. L. Hopkins and Cora Wray; declamation, Miss Sarah Douglass. Rev. R. F. Chambers filled the pul pit at night and preached a good ser mon. MURFREESBORO NOTES. Dr. Livingston, of McMinnville, Tenn., was the guest of Dr. I. A. White Saturday and Sunday. Rev. G. B. Taylor, of Nashville. Tenn., was here Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. B. G. Keeble. Mrs. G. B. Taylor and children were guests of Mrs. Francis Hamilton Mon day. In the death of Mrs. John Lewis Hall Webb Monday afternoon. Mur- freesboro loses one of her oldest and most highly esteemed citizens; age, 93 years. Mrs. R. C. Eason and son. of Nash ville, Tenn.. who have been vlsitine their mother, Mrs. G. B. Brady, for two weeks, have returned home. The revival at Key's Chapel being v J wi-ni lVlllj, conducted bvRev. R T "UVithrhir ia quite a success. Many have made a " confession Mr. Cannon, of Shelbyville, Tcnn., is in the city this week. Mrs. Nellie North, of Chattanoosra. Tenn., who was called to the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Smith, will leave for Chattanooga this week. rlhe many friends of Mrs. Marv smiui win be glad to learn that she is improving rapidly. Dr.. J. P. Hickman and Mr. Lewis Hickman are visiting in Nashville, renn. Miss Norah Porter Anderson. daughter of Rev. Ben. Anderson, is very sick at this writing. Her many menus pray for her speedv recovery. -Mr. John James, of Nashville, at tended the funeral of his brother-in law, Mr. B. G. Keeble. Mrs. Hannah Curren is on the sick list. Mrs. Richard Peeples is out again alter a few weeks' Illness. Miss Nannie Gill, of Nashville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Scales. The members of "The Golden Light Club," of the First Baptist Church, entertained royally Monday evening. e FRANKLIN NOTES. Mrs. John Allen Hughes has post poned her ..visit to St. Louis until at ter lent. Mrs. R. L. Washington spent Satur day and Sunday in Nashville. Mrs. C. B. Hodge has been on the sick list. Dr. H. C. Robins was in Nashville Thursday on business. Fred D. Williams spent Mondav and Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. M. C. Nevus, of South Franklin. Mrs. J. W. Reddick is able to be up alter three weeks' sickness with pneu monia. Mrs. Tom Doyle is on the sick list Miss Sallie B. Williams is sick with la grippe. Mr. Mark Bonner, of Nashville, was out Tuesday on business. Mr. Moses McKissack was out Mon day and drew up a plan for Mr. J. W. iteddlck. Those who attended the House Mov ing Picture Show in Brentwood. Tenn., on last Wednesday night were Maaam wm. House, Tom House, Miss C. L. House, Messrs. Tom Mitchell, Ostranda B. Williams, Wm. F. Farm er, F. D. Williams, C. A. Thompson, J. w. House. Prof. W. F. Reynolds was out from Nashville, was out Saturday and Sun day. Little Blanch Baugh is able to be out again after a spell of sickness. Prof. J. K. Hughes will leave for Decatur, Ala., Sunday. Mr. Parrish A. Williams, of Meharrv Medical College, was the guest of Miss Hazel Doyle Sunday. Miss Bell Luckett, of 12G Tennessee street, Nashville, is out the guest of her mother, Mrs. Laura Evans, of Co lumbia avenue, South. Miss Sadie M. Foster spent Sunday in Spring Hill, Tenn., visiting relatives and friends. WOODLAWN NOTES. Regular services were held at Eliza beth Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. H. K. Reeves, Superintendent of Elizabeth Sunday-school, was with his school Sunday for the first time in more than a month. Mrs. B. J. Barker was called to Madi sonvllle, Ky., last week to attend the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Mattle Per kins. Mrs. Luther Perkins was quite sick last week, but is now improvng. Mrs. Callie Johnson spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ranson enter tained at five o'clock dinner Sunday in honor of their uncle, Mr. James Brunty, of St. Louis, Mo., who re turns home this week. The honor guest of the occasion were Mr. Brunty,- Mrs. Mary C. Belle and Miss Susie S. Johnson. SPRINGFIELD NOTES. Mr. Fred Polk, or this city, was shot through the knee at Earlington, Ky., three weeks ago. Rev. J. M. Moore spent Sunday and Saturday with his sister, Mrs. Breed love, and also preached at the First Baptist Church Sunday. Miss Bulena Payne spent Sunday In Hggeia with Rev. T. A. Steward and wife. She was accompanied by Prof. Ellison arfd Mrs. B. C. Ferrel, of Nash ville. Mrs. Susan Scroggins died suddenly Friday, February 4th, and was burled a her old home at Falrview. Miss Lily Mai Babbs and her little sister, Lucy Ann Babbs, spent Satur day and Sunday with Mrs. Nellie Bol- saw. Miss Lily Mai returned to Nash ville Monday, but Lucy Ann will con tinue to live with Mrs. Boisaw. Messrs. R. E. Gee, A. W. Fite and Martin were the guests of Mr. A. G. Carr last week. These gentlemen are high officials of the K. P. Order and were here to install officers In the local lodge and assist in making new members. On last Saturday the following per sons took examination for census enumerators: Miss Bessie Williams, Mrs. Martha J. Butts, Mr. Eugene Smith, Mrs. Mamie Byrns, Mr. Foster Bell, Mr. Amos Ralph Payne, Mr. John Baird, Mr. Le Roy Moore, Mr. Robert L. Couts, Rev. Geo. W. L. Green, Mr. Alvin Weatherford, Mr. Guil Moore, Prof. Geo. M. Banks, Mr. W. L. Dar- den, Mr. Green Henry Pepper, Mrs. Hattie B. Cunningham and Prof. Mat thew Dunlap. On last Saturday night the large stock barn and granary of Mrs. Mar in, Southwest of town, were destroyed by fire. Forty or fifty barrclls of corn, several tours of hay, farming imple ments, three mules, one horse, one calf, two buggies and a wagon were all consumed in the flames. It was thought to be of incendary origin. COLUMBIA NOTES. A beautiful wedding was that of Mrs. Sarah Clay to Mr. Lee Harlen Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Tylor. The impressive ceremony was performed by Re v.S. L. Howard in the presence of a limited number of friends and near relatives. The bride was attired in a light gray tailored suit and hat to match. Mr. Harlen is one of Maury County's most progres sive farmers. After congratulations, an ice-course was served, after which Mr. and Mrs. Harlen left for their beautiful home, six miles west of the city. Dr. O. Y. Redmond and Mr. Will Redmond, of Franklin, were here Feb. 7th having some very fine mules for sale. This is the finest mule market In the state. Mrs. Bessie Robinson, of Washing ton street, is somewhat Improved after a serious spell of illness. Mrs. Emma Marshall, of East Hill, entertained a limited number of friends at dinner Sunday. Mr. Charlie Nicholson, who returned from Detroit, Mich., three weeks ago in very poor health, died February 6, at 9 a. m. at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nicholson, of North High street. His funeral wa3 from St. Paul A. M. E. Church, of which he was a member. Mrs. Mary Crawford and Mr. D. A Joyce, of Mt. Pleasant, and Mrs. Ma tilda Duffey and Mrs. Carrie Pickett, of Nashville, attended the funeral of Mr. Charlie Kennedy Feb. 3. Mis3 Florence Slaten is quite sick. Mrs. Lizzie McConico, of Gravel Hill, is visiting her sister, Miss Mary Bradshaw. Miss Jennie B. Perkins i3 on thhe sick list. Mrs. Susan Kissee, of College Hill, spent a few days with her friend, Mrs. Emma Carter, of High street, last week. There will be a musical contest at Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church next Mon day night. Dr. Allen Nicholson, of Mobile, Ala., is here, called by the death of his brother, Charles. CENTERVILLE NOTES. Miss Nettie Booker, one of the stud ents of Centerville Preparatory School, has been very sick, but she is improv ing at this writing. Mr. P. W. Booker made a business trip to Gordensburg last Saturday. Miss Lizzie Whiteside, who has been sick for some time, is up again. Dr. A. E. Posey made a busness trip to Nashville last week. Miss Maggie Walker Is very sick at this writing. The Centerville Preparatory School is enjoying the best session In its his- tory. More home students and board ing students are in school than ever before. The school has seen a steady growth since its beginning five years ago to the present. Mr. J. H. Hunt, the popular tailor, is making improvement on the Interi or of his home. Y. M. L. CLUB. The Y. M. L. Club met at the home of Mr. A. R. Stockard, Jr., the meet ing being called to order by the chair man of tho Executive Committee, Mr. Bond, and after his usual proceed ings the president was given charge and called for old business. The first item of old business wa9 a social which Is to be given the 18th; also our fourth anniversary and Teport of the committee in charge of same was heard from through its speaker, Mr. Frazier. The report was adopted and further knowledge of its contents will be published later. Our program be ing from Dunbar proceeded as fol lows: trio, A. R. and H. J. Stockard and EL P. Bond, which was one of the main features of the program; "A greatness in Dunbar," J. E. John son; "His masterpiece and why," H. J. Stockard; recitation from Dunbar, Mansfield Douglass; general remarks, by the president, who afterwards an nounced the subject of our next meet ing, which Is to be at the home of Mr. C. B. Irons, 1115 Gay street, as being Abraham Lincoln and the speaker of the evening being Mr. Wil liams. We were very fortunate In se curing two very worthy and Influen- One-Cent Savings Rank Incorporated Under the Laws of Tennessee. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. Does a regular banking business. Inter est paid on all time deposits. Only in stitution of its kind in Tennessee. R. H. BOYD, President. J. W. BOSTICK. Vice-President. J. C NAPIER, Cnshier. C N. LANGSTON, Teller. 411 Fourth Avenue, North, , XAS 11 VILLI!, TENNESSEE. W. A. ATTAWAY. M. 0., Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. H. COATS. Vice Pres. M. B. Bl'RSIIT. Ass't Cashier. 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His text being "Courtshin and MarHntrp." Quite a gathering was present as has been since he has had charge of the church to witness his discourses. Next Sundav his tpxt will ha "Prmrt. " - - m w V I 4 V ship and Marriage" concluded. CARD Of' THANKS. Rev. B. M. Hughs and brothers and sisters wish to thank their many friends for their kindness shown them In their recent bereavement of their mother, Mrs. Rachel Bradley, who de parted this life January 13, 1910, THE FAMILY.