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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910.
7 LcuisYilla & RasMlla R. B. gaw Union Station. City Ticket Office, 22 JTonrta ve., North. Telepliou. lliu 768 Leaves. AriiTCi. Louisvill St Cincinnatl....3 47am i:15m Laisvni & Cincinnati... 7 :65am 8.'27am Louiinlie & Cincinnati 8:00pm 8 86pm LouiTille Aocom'oda....al2:3Jm S 06pm BTaniville & 1 tucago 3:iV7m i :05am Evansti'le & Chicago 7:40pra 8:10am EfaniTille A St. l.ouis J:67ra 2 :00am KraniTille A St. Looig.... a7:0ara a:10pm fiTaniTille Jfcbt Look 7:4opm 8:10am Birminahum, Montgem err, Mobile and New Orlaans 2:25am :3?aw Birmingham, iUntgom of, Mobile and New Orleans.... 8:4Sam 7:25pm Hashville Scottcville Aoomrac '.Jtian ...3:10pm 19:16am Hashville ft liartsriUe Accommodation 5:10pm t7:50am Hopkinvul Accom'oda...a6:46pm 10:00am Hashville ft ClurkSTtiie Accommodation 4:18pm t:17ara Hashville & Decatur Ac eommodation 8:50pm 10:10am Oelnmbia & Mt. Plet nt- l:Wpra 7:J6pm Colambia, Florence, Sheffield, & Tuicumbia. .7 :40am 6 :00pm 'Daily. Uily except Snnday. a Stop! at North College-street station. Train arriving at 4:66 p. m. ruui from Mt. pleasant oniy. . , Train arriving at 7:45 p m brings oonneo- fren Tnscumbla and Florence. JR. o. Waiam, W. Hal. Mustaiw , district rata. Afsnt City Ticket AgeC n.,G.&St.L.Ry.- TICKET OFFICES ONION 8TATION, BBOADWA CiTY OFFICE daxwell House, Comer Chur' b Street and 4th Are., North PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwest Arrive 7:00am Memphis, Hickman, Pa- 8:86pm ducuh, St. Louis, con conuects for Cntre7llle (!) ?-i6 i Paducah, Hickman, 132Dm Jackson B:30pm Waverly Accommodation, 8:00am 8:U0piu-,'IMxle Flyer" solid train a:05am to St. Louis. 11:30pm Memphis and Hickman 6:60am SOUTH AND EAST. t:24am Chicago and Florida 3:18am Limited. 30a m St. Louis. Jacksonville fcMpra "Dixie Flyer." Con- iM7pto Chicago. Jsi.lwrvllU.... 3:20pHi rixir Flyer.' ' East. Connect ions (!) w Shelbyvllle, Sparta, Fayett vllle, Huntavllle, Tracy Cltv. South Pittebure. tfcOO p m Tullahoma Accommoda- !8:15am vllle. 850 d m Chattanooga, Atlanta 6:35an) Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. r.-OOam Lebanon Mixed :2&am Lebanon Express.. r2:10pm "0pm Lebanon Accommodation 16.40pm fc.-oo p ni Lebanon Accommodation . !8:30am 'ally. IDally except Sunday. V?. M. HUNT, C T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS P. A., Maxwell House. W. L. DANLffY. G P A., Union Station. mi central r. r. Citj Ticket Office, No. 1 Arcade, 117 rOCITH ATI., If. 'PHOKI, lillf 309 ttitien, foot of Bread street. Effective March 14, 1908. Depart "Nashville to Hopkinsville 8:05 a. m. Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:30 . m. ILehanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. KaoiYille Day Express 8:30 a. m. Knoxville Night Express 9:30 p. m. Arrive. 7:15 p. I 11:04) a. 2:10 6:45 b. 15 a. m 'Monterey Shopping tram 4:00 p m. 10:00 a. ILeoanon Accommodation 6:10 p. m. 750 a. Daily IDailr except Sunday. Train leaving Nashville at 8:30 a. m, carries day coach through to Knoxvllle (via Southern Railway trom Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with trough sleeping cars to points Et Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries steeping car to Knoxville (via Southern Kailwa s feoa Harnman). connecting at Knoxville wr through sleeping cars to points- East and South east t H. W. TYSON. C T. A THEO. A ROUSSEA U, Q. A P WlLLIflVt 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. TELEPHONE MAIN 4943. RES. 1603 PHUUP STREET PHONE FELIX S. WHITE IRON SftRE AND MACHIN ERY HAULING Special attention given to boxing and moving pi anos. Packing furniture, pictures, glass and china ware, etc., for shipment WE MOVE. PACK, STORE AND SHIP OFFICE 816 6tb AVE., N., COR. DEADEBK K. Pleasure Wagons for Hire. ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 9f 4en Promptly filled. Neatly Furnished Roooii. Telephone, Main 2830. R0BT. L. MILLER, Prop., 714 Je Johnston Ave., Nashville, Tern. CLIFTON NOTES. The students and friends of Clifton Training School, under the auspices of Prof. M. C. Jones and Miss D. G. Perry, met at St James M. E. Church Sunday, March 20tb, to listen to the educational sermon delivered by Rev. W. D. Wilson, B. A., pastor of Saltlllo A. M. EL Church. Everybody was highly pleased and demonstrated their appreciation by giving a liberal collection. The closing exercises of the Clifton School were continued Monday and ruesday nights. Quite a number of white citizens was present and the exercises met the approval of all. The exericses go down in history as the best for a number of years and the citizens are praying and trusting that Prof. Jones and Miss Perry, of Columbia, will return for another year. Miss Geneva Rutledge and Mr. Wal ter Jackson were given certificates, having finished the English course. The speakers during the closing exer cises were Rev. W. D. Wilson, Prof. P. P. Whitson, of Satillo; Rev. R, L. Dent, of Linden, and Rev. W. J Young, of Clifton. Miss D. G. Perry has been royally entertained since school closed. She will visit Satillo and Savannah be fore she leaves for Nashville, where she will spend a few days. The young men of the High Aft Club entertained in honor of Misses Perry, Gothard and Houssell Friday evening at the residence cf Mr. An derson Webb. Games and music were the features of the evening. A four course menu was served. Prof. P. P. Whitson and Rev. W D. Welson brought a party of four teen to the Clifton commencement Tuesday night. Prof. Jones will carry a "party of twenty-two to Satillo commencement, Thursday night, under the auspices of Prof. P. P. Whitson. St. James M. E. Church had a line Easter program Sunday afternoon Rev. D. W. Binford preached the K. P. sermon at Allen's Creek Sun day. Mrs. Yorbor, mother of Mrs. M. C Jones, visited Clifton. Wilbert, the little' daughter of Prof, M. C. Jones, is at home for the sum mer. The faculty wishes to thank the pa trons and friends for their hearty co operations during our year's work. SHELBYVILLE NOTES. Easter Sunday was a high day at Snelbyville. All the churches held special Easter services. The exercises at the A. M. E. Church were unusu any interesting. The church was beautifully decorated with potted flowers and palms. A band of music, forming an orchestra, assisted by the choir and some of Turner Normal students, furnished fine music night and day. The . Knights of Pythias held their Thanksgiving services at the M. E. Church, Rev. J. A. Crump and Rev. Collier preaching the sermons. The Qourt of Calanthe and Juvenile Court turned out also. It was a beautiful spectacle. Mr. N. N. Reynolds, of Pulaski, one of the Grand officers of the K. P.'s, was present at the K. P. sermon, and delivered a fine address. The Senior Normal Class of Turner Normal College entertained their friends last Monday night at the col lege chapel with a banquet. A neat program was rendered, after which the party marched to the dining-hall to the strains of music, where they were served a lovely repast in cours es. Misses Dora A. Jones and Madge C. Boddie, the only two members of the class, acted as hostesses. The revival at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church has closed. It was quite suc cessful In the way of the saving of a number of souls. Rev. Wm. Craft, of the First Bap tist Church, is growing more and more popular with the people of the community. The grand rally there last Sunday was a decided success. The students of Turner Normal Col lege will again entertain the public on the 15th inst., with the -grand drama, "My Lady Darrell" It wil take place at the City Opera House. Dr. J. A. Jones, of Turner, will leave this week for Lebanon, where he will deliver the Thanksgiving sermon to the K. P.'s next Sunday. He will spend a couple of days in"Nashville on business. The public schff l pupils gave a muslcale last Friday night at the First Baptist Church, complimentary to the Board of Education. It was highly enjoyed by all who witnessed it. . CENTERVILLE NOTES. Easter was very fittingly observed at the A. M. E. Church here Sun day. Rev. W. S. Waterford preached a very strong Easter sermon at the morning service. Rev. II. L. P. Jones, of Pulaski, who preached the K. of P. sermon at 2 p. m., proved an equal, if not superior to any of his predecessors. No stronger sermon on the principles of the Order could be put forth by any one. On Sunday night, Rev JoneS preached for Rev. Waterford. The house was crowded, as Rev. Jones propounded the words the "water seemed to have ben troubled," old men were seen to wipe their cheeks which were wet with tears, and the ladies gave praises. On Monday night, Rev. Jones lec tured to the general public. The house was again packed and strict attention was given the speaker, who spoke for more than an hour on the subject, "The opportunities and possibilities of the Negro." The lecture was punctu ated with many wholesome advices to the young that they make well their opportunities in acquiring an educa tion, wealth and moral character; to the old that they may raise their children in the fear of God. Especial mention need be made of the choral class of Centerville Pre paratory School. This class is under the direction of Miss Meriwether, one of the teachers of the school. Mr. Thos. Cox, of Nashville, father of Mrs. T. J. Clinisson, spent Easter here. He enjoyed his trip very much and returned home Monday afternoon Miss M. E. Walker has left for Ok lahoma. CLARKSVILLE NOTES. Mr. Tom Cole left for his home in Paducah, Ky., after a short visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. C. F. Cobb, who has been suf fering with la grippe, is now up. Mrs. Will Dudley, of the Peacher Mills vicinity, was in the city last Fri day. Messrs. George Wimberly, Hugh Lur ton, Nace Dixon, Jr., Richard Bibbs Primrose Watkins, Louis Killebrew and others spent Sunday in Guthrie Ky. Messrs. Leslie Allen and Shirley Cliff, of Nashville, spent Sunday in the city visiting the former's aunt Mrs. C. A. Kelly, of Main street. Mr. Tom Cole, of Paducah, Ky., was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cobb last Wednesday night. An Easter ball was given at Buck's Hall' Tuesday night hy the Pleasure Seekers Club. A delightful program was rendered by the Dabney Brothers orchestra throughout the evening which was an enjoyable one to all. The Twentieth Century Lodge No 15 K. of P. had their annual sermon at Fifth Ward Baptist Church Sunday evening by Rev. T. J. Goodall. Mr. George Kimbrough spent a few days at Hopkinsville this wek. The annual concert given by the High School Class last Tuesday night proved a success. A very pleasing programme was rendered Dy tne mem- ners or xne class, out the star of the evening was Mr. Roland Hayes, tenor oi jmsk university. uiarKsviue nas neara some sweet singers, but never) uuj w.iiv auiyaaacu im . xiayes. tie sang some very difficult sele tlon3 with the greatest ease and was greeted with succeeding rounds of applause by the enthusiastic audience. Prof. Merry, teacher of the high school class, deserves much credit for bring ing such a performer into our midst. A banquet was given at Buck's Hall Monday night by Mt. Olive Baptist Church and a large crowd attended. Mr. Ira Weaver fame home from Nashville Saturday night to be at the bedside of his sister, Theola, who has been seriously ill for the past few days, but is now improving rapidly. Mr. Norman Riley, formerly of this city but now of Indianapolis, Ind., came home Sunday night on a visit to relatives and friends. The Home Infirmary management is rising; it has just bought a big fat mule. Miss Bepsie Whitfield wishes to ex tend her sincere thanks to those friends who assisted her in the con cert at St. Peters Church last Tuesday, and made it possible for her to se cure the prize. Mr. Penn, a hat blocker and cleaner, of Hopkinsville, was in the city Mon day and Tuesday in the interest of his business. Miss Lelia Porter has been ill for several days and unable to attend her duties as teacher in the High School. Mrs. J. W. Page has been ill for about two weeks, but is now improv ing. The Sunday-school exercises held at , St. Peters, Wesley Chapel, Mt. Olive and all the other churches last Sunday were well attended, and the teachers and superintendents deserve much credit for the very excellent program rendered. Mr. Joseph II. Douglass, the cele brated violinist, will be at St. Peter's Church on the 14th of April. Invitations are out announcing the wedding of Miss Annie' Harris to Mr. M. C. Dunbar, which occurs Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. They will reside at. the beautiful, home of the groom on Main street. Twenty-five books have been pur chased and will be sent out as soon as the bookcase is received. The pro ceeds of the high school concert were used for thl$. See George C. Dabney at 109 South First street for the Globe. GALLATIN NOTES. Every one was seen out last Sun day in spring attire. The I. O. I. had their annual ser- mon Preached at tho Tlantiat Chnrpb Faster dav. TV T! W S XT nmmnnd 0f Nashville, preached the sermon. Mrs. Kitt.e Hagg entertained quite a number at home on Bledsoe street Sunday after the sermon and served them a dinner in several courses. Those present were Rev.' E. W. S. Hammond, liev. D. T. Burch, Dr. I. C. Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Key, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones and Miss Hal- tie A. Head. Key Chapel M. E. Church, of which Rev. D. T. Burch is nastnr. hart a great Easter occasion. The pro gramme rendered at 7:30 p. m. was nne and was witnessed by a crowded house. The collection amounted to $122.02. Miss Willie Clendening, of F'sk Universty, is spending a week here with her mother, Mrs. H. Norris. Mr. A. C. Banks delivered the ad dress at the Easter exercises at Key Chapel. On Thursday night, March 24th, af ter class meeting, the members sur prised the pastor, Rev. D. T. Burch, in a few minutes after he-entered the room, they came singing and bring ing two freezers of cream, cakes and other things. M. A. Wilker offered prayer and the refreshments were served to the jolly crowd. After an hour of jollification they left The pastor thanked them and invited them to come again. Rev. P. Vertrees is conducting a revival at his, the Baptist Church. Miss Nannie W. Lyte is organist at the M. E. Church, and renders val uable services. Mrs. Tabitha Matthewes is still con fined to her bed. Miss A. T. Randolph and Mrs. C. O. Harris were at Franklin, Ky., Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mahani. Miss Pearl Baker is still confined to her bed. DAYTON NOTES. Mr. Charley Porter, of Dayton, is visiting his mother and father this week. Mr. and i.irs. Frank Vinyard, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson are rejoic ing, it is a daughter. Mrs. L. El Stephens was visiting Mrs. L. M. March Tuesday. Mrs. Kerethey Chatten, of Chatta nooga, is in our city attending court this week. Mr. James Thornton, the young di vine who was to preach his trial ser mon, made a success last Sunday. He chose for his text Romans the 12 chapter and 2 verse. Mrs. Pheby Organ is xnectine her daughter, Mrs. Minnie White, of Chattanooga, Easter Sunday. Master Henry Thornton Is very low with ! pneumonia, also Mrs. Alice ones is very feeble. Miss Maggie Johnson on Washing- , ton street is verv hnrt ill with ti,w. culosis Miss Anna Lock, of Corpe, Tenu., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Vinyard, of North Dayton Mrs. Hattie Luney's youngest son died of tuberculosis Friday and was buried Sunday. Funeral conducted by Rev. G. W. Cane, pastor of the M. E. Church. Miss Addie Hodman, of Chatta nooga, is visiting here this week. Miss Mangey Jones, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mat Jones, is very ill with tuberculosis Mrs. Ninia Whittaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Organ, is visiting in the city this week Mr. George Washington moved from Red Row to South Dayton last week. Rev. J. P. Johnson, pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, is in Corpe Tenn., this week. Mr. Charley Porter, of Knoxville passed through our city last week en route to Memphis, where he has ac cepted a job as a marble polisher, Mrs. Harriet Wilson, who has been sick, is Improving Mr. Ed. Hamilton, of South Pitts burg, is in our city on a visit, Easter Sunday was observed here, The program rendered by Miss Ma- Dle Franklin at the Mt. Zion Church was a success. . The collection was $1.02. Mr. James Franklin preached his initial sermon Sunday afternoon at tiiree o clock Master Henry Thornton, who has had a serious attact of pneumonia, is slowly improving. Mrs. Lizzie Miller, Mrs. Carrie Gris ham, Mrs. Bell Jones and Mrs. Sallie Gains, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs J. L. Lee, Sunday. Mrs. same J. Mathews and sister visited Mr. and Mrs. George Cunning nam, Sunday, Mr. Mack McClain, living on Lone street. South Dayton, died at eleven o.clock Sunday. He leaves a wife a nost of children and relatives SPRINGFIELD NOTES. The bazaar held by the Relief Club ot the . W. C. A. at the M. E unurcn March L'4. was a success. An excellent programme was rendered. The sum of $17.89 was raised. The Easter Sunday at the M. E. Church was high day. Rev. 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MOI.LISON, 3rd Vice President. J. T. SKTTI.K. Attorney. ROBERT R CIH RCH, Jr.. Cashier. 329 BEAU St.r MEMPHIS, TENN. end. Dr. I. S. Cunningham read a paper on "Christianity the most po tent factor in the cause of the pro cess of man." The manner .n which he handled his subject showed he had spared no pains in preparing it, as it was interesting from begin ning to end. The church was filled to overflowing and every one seemed to he liberal in giving to the cause of mission. Easter services of much merit were also held at the A. M. E., First Bap tist and South Springfield Baptist Churches. Miss Mary Cross, of Sadlersvillo, was in the town Thursday. Rev. L. Drane was in Springfield Thursday, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Williams. Mrs. " George Carter Is1 visiting friends in Nashville and Gallatin. Miss Mattie Bell Babbs Is visiting in Hopkinsville, Ky. Mrs. C. R, Butts spent Wednesday in Nashville. Mrs. Laura Bolsaw was in Nash ville Monday. Miss Jessie Pitt, of Adams, was the fniest of Miss Maggie Bradford - last week. Mrs. Ora Richmond spent Saturday with Miss Bradford.