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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910.
7 iils & liashville R. R. Lwuid a i: Hew Union Station. Fourth ave., Kuril. City Ticket Office, 22f AniT. Louisville & Cincinnati. 47am Louisville & Cincinnati 7:5Sum LoniiTilia & Ciacinnati 8:06pm LoaiiTille Accora'eda a12:2i'piu EranSTille & Chicago 3:fi7am Kvansvnle & Chicago 7 4(pm Kvansyille A St. l.ouis 3:67)im Kvnsville & bt. Lotus a7:.K)um BvansTille & fc-t Louii 7 :40pm Birmingham, Montgom ery, Mobile and New Orleans 2:25am Birmingham, llantgom e' r. Mobile and New Orleans.... 8:45am KashTille Scottsville Aooitnm' dtion 3:10pm JUshYille & IlartsriUe Accommodation 5:10pm Hopkintville Aecom'oda...a6 :46pro NashTi!'- & ClarUviuc Accommodation 4: 15pm Kasbrille & Decatur Ac commodation 8:50pm Oolambia & Mt. FleM nt.. S:50pm Columbia, Florenoe, Sheffield, & Tuscumbia. .7:40am i:15m 8.-27ain 8 35pra a3 05pm J :05am 8:10ara 2:05ara 8:l0pm 6:10am ':37m 7 :35pm 10:15am t7 :50am 10:00am 18:17am in:l0am 7:25pra 5:00pm Daily. tDaily except snnaay. ft Steps at North College-street station. Train arming at 1:65 p.m. runs from Mt. pleasant oniy. Train arriving at 7:5 p m brings connec tions from Tuscumbia and Florence. R.O. Willis, W. Hal. mustahb, District Pass. Aent City Ticket Aj;ei N.,G.-& St.L.Rsr. TICKET OFFICES UNION STATION, BR0ADWA7 CITY OFFICE Maxwell House, Comer Churcn Street and 4th Ave., North. Id PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwesi Arrive? 7;O0am-Memphl8, Iliokmnn, Pa- 3:3&pra ducal), Kt. LouIh, con conuects Jor Cntrevtlle (!) 2:15 . -i-Paducah, II 1 c k m a n , l:32rm Jackson B5::pm Waverly Accommodation, 8:00ara 8:00pui "Dixie Flyer" solid train lJ:05ain to St. Louis. U:30pm Memphis and Hickman G:50ara (SOUTH AND K A ST. 24am Chicago and Florida 3:13ara Limited. 850am St. Louis-Jacksonville 6:55pra "Dixie Flyer." Con 7?t 5 ' lv r )- ra : M.a t ii7pw Chicago, Jstkcorvllle.... 3:20pm "Dixie Flyer." : ' J ialD. Dining ears. 3:30 p m Chattscscia and i -iJoOanr East. Connections (!) ie? Bhelbyvule, Sparta, FayetV vllle, HuntsTille, Tracy City, South Pittsburg, p m Tullahomft Accommoda- 18: 15am tion. Connects for Bhelby Tille. 9:50 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta 6:35am Augusta and points be . yond. LEBANON TRAINS. J7 :00am Lebanon Mixed B36am Lebanon Express !2:l0pm ")pm-Lebanon Accommodation !B.40pra B.OOpm Lebanon Accommodation. !8:30am "ally. ID&lly except Sunday. W. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House, tf. L. DANLEY, G. P. An Union Station. TBHlf. CENTRAL R. R. City Ticket Office, Ko. 1 Arcade, t!7 FOURTH ATE., If. 'PHONI, X1IK 801 Station, foot of Brosd street. Effective March 1. 1908. Depart "Nashville to Hopkinsville 8:05 a. m. Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:30 p. m. ILeMnon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. Knoxville Day Express 8:30 a. m. Kjioxville Night Express 9:30 p. m. Monterey Shopping Train 4:00 p m. ILebanon Accommodation 6:10 p. m. Arrive. 7:15 p. m 11:00 a. m 2:10 p. m 6:45 p. m 6:15 a. m 10:00 a. m 7:50 a. m Daily IDaily except bunday. Train leaving Nashville at 8:30 a. m. carries day coach through to Knoxville (via Southern Railway tram Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with nrouch sleepine cars to points East. Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries sleeping car to Knoxville (via Southern Railway Iron Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East and South east H. W. TYSON. C T. A. THEO. A ROUSSEA U. Q. A P" Wtl LLI flYV 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. ili u" i'i.i j .n r -nri ri " - TElfPHONE MAIN 4943. MS. 1603 PHILLIP STREET PHONE FELIX S. WHITE IRON SAPE AND MACHIN ERY HAULING Special attention given to boxing and moving pi anos. Packing furniture, pictures, glass and china ware, etc, tor shipment WE MOVE, PACK. STORE AND SHIP OFFICE 816 5tb ATE., N., COS. DEADER!!'!!. Pleasure Wagons for Hire. NOTICE! K. of Fs A Beautiful Silk Flag given with orders for K. of P. and Calanthean badges Write for par ticulars to THE S. W. STARKS CO., CHARLESTON, W. Va. Miss Nora Anderson, who has been very sick for a long time is reported The revival meeting at the First Baptist Church ia in progress. Much success is expected. The Cth and 7th grades of Bradly Academy, . celebrated Washington's birthday by taking a very rigid ex amination. We regret very much to learn of the death Jonas Gaither. Miss M. Etna Rowland spent Satur day in Nashville in order that she might see her sister, Margarette, who passed through Nashville enroute for St. Louis. She is reported looking well. We sympathise with Prof, and Mrs. Wade in the loss of their baby, Ianthia, Misses W. E. Ranson and Percy Jor dan are expecting to take a trip to Nashville soon. NOTES. ' Mr. B. M. Hornheak, who has been very sick is up again. Mr. Buck Glenn is slowly improvin from an attack of la grippe. Mrs. Hornheak is very low at this writing. Mrs. Scott Crosby is improvin slowly. Mr. Nelson Brown, one of Center ville's most interprising young men, bought a few days since thirty acres of land near town. He hopes to turn this into a farm. The school piano, which was wreck ed in the storm of last April, has just returned from the factory at Nash ville. It put, so to speak, new life in the whole school. Mr. Ell Ilornbeak is very sick at this writing. He is a suffer of tuber culosis. Rev. J. P. Miller, former pastor of the A. M. E. Church, while enroute from Aliens Creek, stopped over and preached here Tuesday night. He preached a very strong sermon. Mr. D. Vaughn is on the sick list. SPRING HILL NOTES. Rev. Green Thompson, pastor of St. Mark Baptist Church, filled his pulpit Sunday. Owing to the fact of the weather being so very disagree able the services were abandoned Sun day night. . Mrs. Louvenia Davis and Mrs. Tyressa Brown were in the city Satur day visiting friends. Mrs. Parthenia Sharber is slightly ill. Mrs. Martha Neely is slightly ill. Mrs. Elnora Overton and Miss Ada Bond made a visit to their sister Tuesday. Rev. Green Thompson made a visit to Mrs. Neely's Tuesday. Mrs. Jennetta Pointer is very ill at this writing. Mrs. Hattie Thompson is on the mend again. Mrs. M. L. Byers is able to be up and around in the house. Miss Florence Harlan, of Flint Val ley, died Tuesday, March 1. LEWISBURG NOTES. A SUrRISE PARTY. Last Saturday evening, February 26, 1910, the members of Bethel A. M. E. Church, amid threatening weather and darkening clouds, despite the en vironmcnts, to the surprise of Rev. G. W. Hodge, their beloved pastor, and his much respected family, a group of generous and noble hearts suddenly announced their much-desirable mis eion through singing before the closed front door of the parsonage, "There's not a friend like the lowly Jesus," etc., at the conclusion of which the door was made to stand ajar 'till all the band was ransomed from the outer in clemency and given seats around a comfortable fire, virh their valuable nackaces to eladden the hearts of pastor and family. The articles con sisted of meal, lard, bread, kraut, mon ey, etc. The names of those who com Dosed the partv were Messrs. Ches ter Allen, Will Collins, Mesdames Fran ces Dangerfield, Amanda Johnson, Liz zie Allen, Lucille Jenkins, Maggie Smith. In a verv short time all re turned home, after which the pastor and wife went into the cook-room for inspection of the many good things received. So, we commend them to the Lord and pray the blessing of hundredfold compensation. SUNSHINE HOME NOTES. Mrs. A. E. Reynolds, the field secre tary of the Women's American Bap tist Home Mission Society, visit was finite an insn'rat on to us. She was well pleased with the prospect of the success of our people. She visited the institutions and carefully consid ered the work being done for the ele vation of the colored youth. Wi? wish to thank our friends fior their re sponse to invitation to meetings held for her. She left for Chattanooga, Saturday, where she spent Sunday seeine- the work and workers there. She is now in Atlanta, visiting Spel man Seminary, a school of the Worn en's American Baptist Homes Mission Society. The Christian Workers' Foreign Missionary Society held its regular monthly meeting Monday the 28th, 8 p. m. After this regular order of service Rev. J. O. McClurkan, pastor of the Pentecostal Tabernacle was in troduced and preached a powerful fitrnion on the Office of the Holy Spirit. One present accepted Christ as her personal Savior. Others were greatly strengthened by the thought of the abiding presence of the Spirit. Rev. McClurkan will speak for us ;ain Monday nigh.-rar'ch 7th. All are cordially invited to be present. FRANKLIN NOTES. Misses Agnes Voorhees, of Brent wood, Tenn., and Ellena Compton, of Nashville, were Uid guests of Miss S.ulie M. Foster this week. Miss Margret Crutcher is improv ing. Mr. J. 1). Walndge nas accepted a position with Tinsley Millinery Co of NashvLle. He was out to see his family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Adams, of Nash ville, were the guests of Dr. and Mrs J. S. Williams on Sunday last. Prof. W. K Reynolds was out from Nashville Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Redmond who has b en confined to her bed is able to be out again. Prcf. J. K. Hughes will return to Bingham, Tenn., to open his school on the 7th inst. Mrs. Ro-a Reynolds and Miss Addie Williams were in Bonhawk, Tenn Friday. Mrs. Dora House has gone to Over ten Station, Tenn. Those that were in Columbia Tenn., Sunday at the Holy Mission Meeting were Kiev. T. D. McGhee Miss Willie House, Mesdames Annie .Church, Ora Hughes Commings, Mr Thomas H. Robinson. The V. P. C's. met and nominated officers. Mrs. Tom Waddy has returned from St. Louis where she spent two weeks with relatives and friends. Mr. W. D. London was here Mon day visiting relatives. The For-Get-Me-Not Embroidery Club met Thursday, February 24 1910, at Mrs. Robbie J. Hughes Opening song, "There's cleansing in thie precious blood;" prayer by Mrs Hattie Mitchell. Those present were Misses Annie Caruthers, Sadie J Murdix, Myra L. Murdix, Mes dames Menifee Hughes, Henrietta Hughes, Robbie J. Hughes, Hat tie Mitchell, Maggie Ewing, Gertrude Baugn, ir. Williams. Fruits were served in thjsi latter part of the eve ning. Closing song, I must tell Je sus." Will meet next Thursday a Mrs. Gertrude Baugh. ROVER NOTES. E. D. Brothers delivered a wondfir ful sermon at Poplar Grove A. M. E Dhurch on last Sunday. Infant of Mr. and Mrs. John Jor dan was hurried Saturday at Poplar Grove. Mr. and Mrs. William Lanier was the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mo Lain on last Sunday and enjoyed )li:ia.sant aftem-.on. Messrs. Richard and Mayfield Jarr'et were the guests or Mr. and Mrs. r H. Morton Saturday night and Sun day. Miss Stella Davis' school will close Friday, February 25. CLARKSVILLE NOTES. Miss Janle Barksdale left a short time ago for St Louis, Mo. Susie, the thirteen year old child of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunter of the Old Field, died last Wednesday night n.t her home. Mrs. C. A. Kelly spent a few days !n Nashville last week. Mrs. II. It. Merry spent Sunday in Nashville. Messrs. John Buckner, Harrison Shade, WiM Simpson, Berry Buckner, Chas. Massey, Arlanda Boyd, Levell and a few othrrs of Hopkinsville, Ky., spent Sunday in the city visiting friends. Mr. John W. Robards, one of hrksv'lle's oldest citizens died at Irs home on Main street last Wedni's-d-y. While he has been ailing for somo time, his death came as a shock to all. The funeral was held vriday at the residence by Revs. T. J. Goodall and II. Metcalf an Inter ment was at Mt. Olive Cemetery. Sunday being the second anniver sary of Mt. Olive's pastor, Rev. E. M. evirour, special services were held 'n which the following took part: Mrs. Belle Darden and Messrs. Harry Mar tin and Thomas Davie. Excellent music was furnished by the choir. Rev. T. J. Goodall preached the an niversary sermon, and Mr. Virgil Davie acted as Master of Ceremonies. Miss Bramlett, of Nashville, who Is teaching in the county, was in the city Saturday. Last Friday was Good Friday pay day for the county teachers. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brook man a girl. Dr. R. L. Redmond, the popular and congenial Franklin street physician was seen about. 10:30 Sunday morn ing making smiles at the rate of CO per minute, and on being questioned as to the cause said, its an eight pound girl." Mr. Guy Lye, a former Clarksville boy who has been in Nashville for onie time, returuti last week. See Geo. C. Dabney at 109 South irst street for the Globe. SPRINGFIELD NOTES. The Y. W. C. A. met Saturday with Mrs. Augusta Hushts, of South Main treet. A very interesting meeting was enjoyed by all present. Owing to the lengthy discussion, sewing for the evening was omitted. The meet- ng was favored with the reading of splendid paper by Mrs. I. S. Cunningham; Miss Lula Nixon sang solo. Sevt7al names were given far membership. The meeting will be hed with Mr-3- Edward Porter next Saturday. District superintendent J. B. Pooth held his first quarterly confer ence at tlic. M. E. Church Saturday and Sunday. Sunday he was at his best. He pre-ached a mcst effective sermon, his. text being: "Pray ye therefore the Ixrd of the harvest, that ye may send forth laborers." The M. E. Church has taken on new lile under the leadership of their pastor. Rev. Erw!n. The choir un der management of their newly elected organist, Mrs. I. S. Cunning ham, is rendering excelknt music at each service. Miss l.ovie Erwin, of Nashville is visiting our city. Mrs. M. ,1. Butt is on the sick list. Mesdames Xelly Boisaw and Mar tha Suggs are visiting friends and rel atives in Hopkinsville. Ky. Mr. Maurice Weatherford, of Nash- v. lie has come to live with his sister. Mrs. Laura Boisaw. ' . Dr. J. D. McNeill who has been lo cated at Cfdar Hill will move to Springfield scon. MEHARRY NOTES. Dr. G. W. Hubbard, who was absent from the city during the past few clays attending a meeting of the Com mittee of Medical Educators held in Chicago by the American Medical Association on February 28, returned this morning. The following is the Dean'e report which will be of inter est to all lovers of Meharry and its great work. ' The Medical Colleges of the United States were divided into three classes. A Those who are in good standing in every respect. B Those which are doing moder ately good work but should be greatly improved. C. Those which are unqualifiedly rejected. About one-half of the medical col leges of the country were classed in "A," one-fourth in "B," and the re maining fourth in "C." Of the colored medical colleges Howard and Meharry rank "A." Flint and Leonard, of Shaw Uni versity rank "B" and the remainder were placed in . C. Dr .Hubbard was elaborately enter tained at dinner by Dr. Daniel II Williams, the eminent colored sur geon of Chicago. Dr. Williams ex pressed much pleasure with the work done during his visit to Meharry op erating. Drs. J. S. McKinley, cl. '79, and W, H. Marshall. '03, extended much cour tesy to Dr. Hubbard during his stay in the Windy City. Miss Hattie Bryant, cl. 1910, Phar macy, will leave in a few days for Taft, Okla., to take charge of Dr. Harrison's pharmacy. The cantata entitled "The Holy City," under fhe direction of Miss M E. Braden, will be rendered at the Auditorium at 7:. 10 p. m. on Sunday, March fi. PARIS NOTES. There are several on the sick list this we'ek. Mrs. Lucinna Dumas Is indisposed this week. Rtv. T. W. Hampton, the popular pastor of the A. M. E. Church, has been holding revival in Paducnh the "ast two week; he reports fourteen souls brought to the Master. Tlit- Nashville Globe now has an ngent in Paris in the person of Mrs. Lucinna Dumas. See her and sub scribe for the Globe. Eleven colored applicants for cen sus enumerators took the examina tion; of that number, two were la dies. Rev. B. F. Harris, pastor of the C. M. E. Church, is making good. as an able divine. He is loved by his members. He ftaves this week to attend his district council at Hum boldt. Rev. J. II. Thompson, the energetic pastor of the M. E. Church, has the confidence of his members and much is expected of him this year. See Mrs. Dumas for the Globe, one of the greatest Negro papers pub lished. Rev. Woodson, of the Baptist Church is enjoying a peaceful reign and is having success with his church work. One-Cent Savings Bank 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. ROSTICK. Vice-President. J.C. NAPIER, Cashier. C N. LANGSTON, Teller. 411 Fourth Avenue, North, JVJ S1IVILLE, TEXXESSEE. W. A. ATTAVW.M. D., W. H. C0TS. Vi Prts. Pres. W. w. COX. Cashier. M. B. tl.r IT. Ass't Cashier. Delta reniiy Savi:igs Hank INCORPORATED CCT.. 1004 CAPTAL... RESOUUCES 3 3 .000.00 OVEU 100.00 .00 Pnesn General Bankine Pusiness. Makes Loans vi Arrroveu team v. I ys interest on weposus. Collects Rent. Pry Taxes. II rullcs Keal Estate, etc. C rrsi ndwiihtis. Ynur Business, however sin -11 iss licite 1. We Pay Four Per Cent. Interest on Time Deposits. IXDIAX0LA, m:ssiskiiti. People's Bank&TrustGb. CAPITAL, $25,000.00, Ml'SKtXiLT, . OKLAHOMA. 4 Per Cent Interest On Time Deposits. Deposits Guaranteed .OR. President. J.E. JOHNSON, Cashier. JL1KAM rEHY SHIES 1MK, 11111311 Mill AM, ALA., Capital Stock, $25,000.00. W. R. Pettiford, President. J. O. Dii- fay, Vice President. B, II. Hudson, Cashier. T. F. Clark, Assistant Cashier. 217 NORTH EIGHTEENTH ST. Tin? nrniir'e nib lLviiiLa LULoiiU AND B1HII0 COMPANY, KimilNGIIAM, ALA. Capital Stock, $10,000.00. Doing a regular banking business. Col lections solicited. Depository for the Great Southern Industrial Home Insur ance Company. W. L. LAUDERDALE. President. DR. R. D. MACKLIN. Vice-President. A. D.JORDAN. Cashier. THOS- A. HARRIS, Teller and acting Cashier. SOLVENT SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00. ORRICERS. R. R. CHURCH, President. M. L. CLAY, Vice President J. W. SANPORD, 2nd Vice President. V. R. MOI.L1SON, 3rd Vice President. J. T. SETTLE, Attorney. ROBERT R CIU'RCH, Jr., Cashier. 329 BEAU St.. MEMPHIS. TEM. Miss Jannie Dortch who has been teaching a iew miles from town has closed her school and returned home. The Rev. Mr. Simon met with an. accident last Saturday by stepping on a ten penny nail, the nail going over an inch in his foot. The Rev. J. H. Thompson has just returned from Memphis, where he has been attending his district confer ence. Rev. Ernest Travis, who has charge of the Clarksville circuit, A. M. E., Church, is here visiting his wife and relatives. SMOKER. The H. B. Club gave a smoker in honor of Mr. J. Wymon Brady, who left the city Wednesday morning, March 2. It was a most enjoyable af fair and w:.s held at the home of Mr. J. B. Sims, 906 Cedar street. Mr. Arthur Morford was toastmaster and all present responded to toasts. A tempting menu was served. Those present were J. Wymon Brady, Jas. W. Moore, J. B. Sims, J. J. Lay, Ar thur Morford, C. P. Lay, P. II. Bonds, J. W. Maney, J. II. Rhea and G. II. C. Bradley.