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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910.
7 LouisYilla & flastiville B. R, Sew Union Station. Civy Ticket OflW, 22 Fourth ve., North. Telcpbon- limn 768 Leares. AriiTCl Lonisvillo & Cincinnati H47am :i:15ui LouifcTiiie & Cim-iunati 7:55am 8.-27am Looimlie & CiuciODati 8:(Kipm 8 35pm LoaiSTiile Accorn'oUa a12:-i'pm a3 ()6pra KTanille & Chicago S:67am J:Kra Kvansvnle & Chicago 7 4iprn 8:10am EvaaSTilla A !?t. l.ouis S :67am 2:05ani Evansville A St. Louis.... a7:H0am ft8:10pm Kvansyille & St Loan 7;4opin S:luam Birmingham, Montgom ery, Mobile and New Orleans 2:25am :37m Birmingham, lnteom 6' f , Mobile aud New Orleans 8:45aro 7:25pm MashTille Sr ScotttTille Acoommc .ation 3:10pm ltt:15am SashTille & IlartSTille Accommodation 5:111 t7:5"am Hopkinsville Aoom,oda...aS:&pm 10:00ara Nashyi!!i & ClarkSTiUe Accommodation 4:15pm t8:17am Kashville & Decatur Ac commodation 8:50pm 10:inam Colombia tc Mt. rie&i:.nt.. 8:50pm 7:26pra Qolnmbia, Florence, Sheffield, & Tucnmbia..7:0am 6:00pm Daily. except Sunday. a Stops at North College-street station. Train arming at 4:65 p.m. rnns from ML fleaiant oaiy. Train arrifinr t 7:45 m brings conneo tkas trm Taseamkla and Florence. JL O. WALUI, W. JUL. MCBTAINB , w fclrtrtet Pas. Ageat City Tleke t AxeU. NMG.&SU.Ry. TICKET OFFICES WNION STATION, BROADWA1 CITY OFFICE In Maxwell House, Corner Churrfc Street and 4th Are., North. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) LeavesWest and Northwest Arrive 7.i)0am Memphis, Hickman, Pa- 8 :86pm ducah, St. Louis, con conuecta for Cntr7ille (!) 16 Paducah, Hickman, 132t)m Jackson R:30pm Waverly Accommodation, 8:00ara 8:00pin-"Uljle FTyer" aolid train 9:06am to St. Louis. U :30pm Memphis and Hickman 60am SOUTH AND KA8T. fcHam Chicago and Florida 5:11am Limited. W-30a m St. L ouls-J acksonTlll fcMpm "Dixie Flyer." Con--'5 hrill' - ' r-j nttn Chicago, JstkMrrllle.... 8:20pm mt riyer." c " )!?. Plninr can. . :30 p m Jhattsaocga and l fr60ro f.ast. connections (!) it ShelbyTllle, Sparta, Fayett ville. Huntarllle, Tracy City. South Fittsbure. WX) p m Tullahoma Accommoda- 18:16am lion, uonnecwrorisneitry vllle, U:30 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta 8:35am Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. r7:00am Lebanon Mixed !6:26am Lebanon Express J2:10pm "JX)pra Lebanon Accommodation !6.40pm IC.0U pin Lebanon Accommodation !8:30am "ally. IDally except Sunday. Y. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House. W. L. DANLEY, G. P. Union Station. TE1. CENTRAL I!. !! City Ticket Office, 1 Arcade, in rOUBTH ATI., IT. THOU, MAIN 80 1 ItatUn, foot mt Bread street. Effectire March U. 1008. Depart Arrive. Nashville to Hopkinsville 8:05 a. m. 7:15 a. a Naahville to Hopkinsville 5:30 p. m. 11:00 a. n 'Lebanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. 2:10 . Knoxville Day Express 8:30 a. m. 6:45 a. KnoxYille Night Express 9:30 p. m. 6:15 a. m Monterey Shopping Train 4:00 p m. 10:00 a. I Lebanon Accommodation 6:10 p. m. 7:50 a. Daily - IDaily except Sunday. Train leaving Nashville at 8:30 a. m. carries day coach through to Knoxville (via Southern Railway Irom Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East Train leaving Nashville at 1:30 p. m. carries sleeping car to Knoxville (via Southern Railway boos Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping car to points East and South- II W. TYSON, C T. A THEO. A ROUSSEA U, Q. A.P WILLI AU TISDALB Colored Agent (or DAVID J. KUHN DRUGGIST. Will call to your some with a complete Hne el Toilet Articles, etc.. etc Call him, PHONES M 1711 or 4035 when you wish to see him. He will take pleasure in showing you his line of goods. mrrHOf main 494). us. imj rauir strut hum FELIX S. WHITE IRON SflPE 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 6th ATS., N.t COI. DK1DERICK. Pleasure Wagons for Hire. ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 9tkn rrtaitty miei. Hatty f snriiM twwt. Telephone, Main 2830. R0BT. L. AlILLER, Prop., 714 Je JehasUa Are., Nathrlik, Teas. Revs. C. W. Norman and D. W. Bin- ford spent Monday with Mr. Anderson Hughes. Mrs. Vlrgie Coleman, of Nashville, is visiting her brother-in-law, Mr. Anderson Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Birdsong are happy. It's a boy. The Ruth department will give a grand entertainment Saturday even ing, at the A. M. E. Church. Mrs. Tina Duncan gave a birthday social Monday evening, in honor of her son, Charlie Duncan and niece, Elsia M. Orre. Those present were Misses Sallie McBride, Sharber Mc Bride, Xertric Hughes, Wash Baxter, Cora Cruse, Lula Cruse and M. B. Hugglns Mrs. Josie Wilks is quite 111 this week. Mrs. Bessie Givens and baby are visiting relatives and friends here. Rev. D. W. Binford preached at the A. M. E. Church on Monday night, his subject was Dry bones, and he did not fail to get the attention of every one. present as his sermons are so grand in every respect. Many of the readers of the Globe are preparing to renew their sub scription. The Great Halley's Comet is the daily discussion here. Yet we hope no danger will reach us. Mr. Shepherd Hughes is yet on the sick list. Misses Birdie Epps and Lula Ford were the guests of Miss Georgia Tid- well last Sunday. Mr. George Smith, Clifford Chil dress, Clifton Perry, Mrs. Etha Mc Bride and Mr. Xertric Hughes, are taking a great interest in the Day School which is being taught by Miss Ella M. Hunt. They are faithful and determined to push forward the good work of learning. Rev. M. C. STdllern, of Pulaski, vis ited the night school last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Laura Haywood, the instructor in music is doing good work for her class in music. M. Payne Johnson, of Lewisburg, has gone into the tailoring business here. Mr. Will Perry, of this town left for Decatur, Ala., Monday. FRANKLIN NOTES. The Kensington Embroidery Club was delighefully entertained by Mrs. Wesley Partee, Wednesday evening, April 6th, '10. The meeting was presided over by the President, Mrs. R. L. Washington. Business was transacted in the usual way. Each member resnonded to the roll call with a quotation. Sev eral additional guests were present each making a short talk to the club and praising the lovely work the la dies are doing. After working for an hour or so the guests were served tempting refreshments. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jno. Wil kins, Jr. The For-get-me-not Art Club met last week with Mrs. Sam Kinnard. Twelve members were present, bus iness was transacted in the usual way, after which the art work was then engaged in. Late in the after noon dainty refreshments were served. Miss Lou Ella Davis was present as guest of the club. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Henry Mitchel. Elder Preston Taylor will preach here Sunday morning, afternoon, and night at the Christian Church in the interest of the Warner School. The pbulic is invited. Messrs. Frank Paschall and John Cunningham were here Sunday the guests of relatives and friends. Messes J. W. Reddick and Willie B. Johnson are spending a few davs in Talladega, Ala., the guests of Mr. Roddick's wife. Dr. Y. E. Redmond was in Nash ville Tuesday. Rev. J. T. Patton was the guest of friends in Nashville last Friday. Miss Sallie B. Williams snent Sun day and Monday with her sister, Mrs M. C. Nevils. Messrs W. B. Redmond and T). fJ. Thompson were out to Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Nevils' (this week. Misses Willie House, Cyntha House, and Mr. C. W. Hodge attended the Meharry Commencement. Madams Josh Hodee and T n Brown were in Sashville this week. Mrs. Fount Brown entertained last week in honor of her little daughter's birthday. A two-course menu wm served. The house decorated with cut flowers. There were thirty chil dren present. Dr. C. V. Roman and Hon. A. N. Johnson spoke to a large crowd of cit izens Monday night on the subject of the welfare of the Negro. Mr. Johnson said it is very necessary that the Negro should support Negro .enterprises for the race to succeed in business, not only the undertakers business, but all enterprises of the race. Dr. Roman spoke on education. He said the first thing for a person to do to acquire an education was to think; second, behave; third, work; fourth, love. He said we must love home, country and above all our God. Dr. Roman will be back In the near future to speak to the men only. The meeting closed by singing "My country, 'tis of thee." ANTIOCH NOTES. Rev. Staton preached an excellent sermon Sunday. Mrs. C. V. Arnold, teacher of class number three, entertained her schol ars last Sunday with an egg hunt. The greatest number of eggs were found by Huston Robinson and R, C. Kidd. Rev. Staton was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Miss J. A. Hill made a flying trip to Nashville last week. Auxiliary Benevolent Society num ber 143 had their installation the first Saturday in April. Miss E. C. Starns has returned home from the city. A number of young people assem bled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kidds Sunday for dinner. Mr. William Wisner was the guest of Miss Robhison last Sunday. The Sunday-school here is progress ing rapidly. Miss Lottie D. Robinson spent Sun day in Nashville. MURFREESBORO NOTES. The children of the First Baptist Chu-rch are preparing for a May Day Celebration, which will take place May 2nd, on account of the first day of May being Sunday. The exer cises will be under the direction of Mrs. B. F. Fugerson. Mrs. Fannie Spence, of 1241 South Third avenue, Nashville spent the week-end with Mrs. Henry Curren. Mr. Thad. W. Kirk, of Ohio, who has been spending the winter here with parants and relatives has returned home. The Big Spring Concert will be pulled off at the First Baptist Church. All the artists have been carefully training for their different parts. One of the principal features is the Cow boy Choru3 from a Western Ranch by an equal number of young ladles and gentlemen dressed in cowboy and gentlemen dressed in cowboy and cowgirl style. Programme begins promptly at 8:30. Miss Fannie Al exander pianist, Miss Florence Kirk manager, Messrs G. Smith, A. Patton, ushers, Rev. W. T. Greene Pastor. Mrs. Emmett Moore is spending a while with her husband, who Is an employee at a baking concern at Mc Minnville. Mrs. H. P. Scales is yet conva lescent Rev. J. W. Butler spent several days at Bell Bucjkle this week. Rev. G. Martin, of Manchester, was guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Buford Vernie Mai and Geneva, little daugh ters of M.r and Mrs. Buford, accom panied him home. Mrs. William Johnson and little son William, Jr., returned to Chica go, last Friday morning. Mrs. Addie Simmons, her aunt accompanied them and will spend the summer in Chica- PARISH NOTES. The revival at the C. M. E. Church is being conducted by the pastor, Rev. B. F. Harris. All the city pas tors are assisting . The storm last Thursday night did considerable damage in and around Parish. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Travis, died on the 18th. The funeral was attended by the Rev. G. P. Woodson, of the Baptist church. Rev. T. W. Hampton has returned from a trip to Nashville and Colum bia Mr. W. E. Garrett has accented his old position with Madole and Eurnett. Mrs. Author Dinwoodv visited her mother last Monday. Mrs. James -Travis and Mrs. Dick Heartfield, of the Sixth District, were the guests of Mrs. Easter Russell last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Miller, of Blyth street, made a visit to. the country last Sanday and" were the guests of their mother. Mrs. Heartfield and Dr. J. F. Wil liams are quite busy caring for the sick. Mr.Jas. Willis little boy got three of his fingers shot off with a dyna mite cap while at school last Wednes day evening. Miss Neva Allmon entertained the following guests: Misses Edna Dortch and Otholu Bonner. Mrs. Dela Allmon was hostess of a card party. The parlor was beau tifully decorated with lilies and ferns. A four-course menu was served. Those present were Misses Maggie Lrats, Edna Dertch, Othola Bonner, Emma Williams, Neva Allmon, Oular Allmon, Joe Rlna Dumas, Steenic Porter, Messrs A. C. Allmon, A. W. Jackson, G. H. Jackson, Chas. Wil liams, M. A. Williams, Jack McHen drick, Randdoh Mozzle and Thomas Coats. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowan, of Cairo, 111., are visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Porter, this week. Mrs. Catharine Wright has been on the sick list but Is up again. Maggie Coats Is the guest of her grandmother this week. Mrs. Catherine Wlright and Mr. Wif- son Coate were called to the bedside of their sick mother. Mrs. Ben Williams was the guest of Mrs. Louis Allmon, one day this week. Mr. Louis Allmon has acres of thriv ing corn. Miss Anoliza Mackindrick is attend ing the C. M. E. revival this week. If you want to read the Nashville Globe see Mrs. Luanna Dumas. Those on the sidle list this week are Mrs. Crocket Combs, Mrs. Ella Travis and Mrs. Effie Dumas. The public school is progressing nicely with Prof. Lynk principle. Rev. J. H. Thompson is much Im proved. Wash Dortch is now working for Huston and Teayne. PEARL HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Dr. F. G. Smith, the principle of Pearl High, has been slightly indis posed for the past week. Dr. Smith has a record which Is almost without paralel in any institution. During his twenty-two years of service he has never missed a day from his post of duty. This is but a single incident showing his nobility of character and assuring devotion to duty. Prof. Washington was acting principle dur ing the absence of Dr. Smith. Mr. Warren, Fisk '10 fihed Prof. Wash ington's vacancy as Professor of Mathematics. Dr. Smith has th? sympathy of all hi3 teachers, the student body and the alumni f Pearl High, which is not Pearl High without his presence. Cards of greeting have been re ceived from Miss Florence Allison, of P. H. '10, who was sent to Winches ter, Ky., in answer to a call for a music teacher from Pearl. Miss Alli son was thoroughly capable of taking the vacancy and the news of her suc cess Is delightfully received by her classmates and fellow students at Pearl High. Miss Lucille Gleaves, P. H. '10. gave us the pleasure of a call on Wednes day. SMYRNA NOTES. The Mt. Zlon Baptist Church here is now without a pastor. The Woman's Auxiliary Is arrang ing to give an entertainment soon. Mr. W. Hawkins spent Monday in Nashville. Misses Emma Kelly and Sallie Mc Knight were here Monday. Mr. J. L. Smith and Miss Lizzie Richardson were married last week. Rev. W. T. Greene, of Murfrees boro, and his little son, Harry, spent Sunday here. They were entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. A. L Drehon. Rev. Green was with us in Sunday school and the people are still feast ing on the strength of the two in structive and practical sermons which he delivered day and night. The rally at the Baptist church will be continued till all the mem bers have had chance to pay, after which the names of all who gave as much as 25 cents and more will be read by the clerks. DAVIDSON COUNTY REPUBLI CANS. Harmony seems to have prevailed at the meeting of the Davidson Coun ty Republican Convention which was held last Saturday in the hall of the Twin Building on Cedar street. Prac tically every precinct in the county and every ward in the city had a full delegation. It would appear that a deal of attention has been given to the coming campaign, and especially the republican primary, which is to be held at an early date. The con vention was en the order of a love feast affair. The selecting of a chairman and other officials met practically no opposition. The dele gates to the State Congressional and Judicial Convention were selected. It Is freely predicted that the time is ripe for the republicans to put out a full ticket, beginning with the county officials. Prominent men are discussing the advisiability of this step and it Is thought that the moguls in the party will adopt such a course. The county failed, however, to go on record as endorsing any particular republican candidate. The fact that a large Negro delegation was present and a goodly number of Negroes were selected as delegates Is considered as oil on the troubled waters. It was not noticeable, however, that any stringencies in action or treatment were undergone by the Negro dele gates at the convention, as all seemed to be bent upon whatever was best for the Interest of the party. It is said that no special Instructions were given the delegates who represent the county In the different conven tions. RULES FOR SHIPPING SHEEP. Live Stock Inspector Advising Rais ers as to Scabies. The Live Stock Bureau of the State ) Agricultural Department is kept busy these days. Scabies among sheep has developed to such an ex tent as to cause much trouble. There One-Cent Savings Dank Incorporated Under the Laws ol 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, Cashier. C N. LANGSTON. Teller. 411 Fourth Avenue, North, XASliriLLE, TENNESSEE, W. A. ATTAWAY. M. D.. Pres. W. W. COX. Cashier. W. H. COATS. Vice Pres. M. B. BLRMTT. Ass't Cashier. Delta Penny Savings Dank INCORPORATED OCT.. 1904 CAPITAL 9 35.000.00 RESOURCES OVER 100,003.00 Does a General Banking Business. Makes Loans on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deposits. Collects Rent. PaysTaxes. Handles Real Estate, etc. Correspond with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay Four Per Cent. Interest on Time Deposits. IXDIANOLA, : : : MISSISSIPPI. People's Bank & Trusts CAPITAL. $25,000.00. MUSKOGEE, . OKLAHOMA. 4 Per Cent Interest On Time Deposits. Deposits Guaranteed T. '' wOR. President. J.E.JOHNSON. Ctihlen JIABASIA PENNY SHIMS BAM, BIItMINGHAM, ALA., Capital Stock, $25,000.00. W. R. Pettiford, President. J. O. Diffav, Vice President. B. H. Hudson, Cashier. P. F. Clark, Assistant Cashier. 217 NORTH EIGHTEENTH ST. THE PEOPLE'S IllESTMENT AND BANKING COSIPANI, BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Capital Stock,- $10,000.00, Doing a regular banking business. Col lections solicited. Depository for the Great Southern Industrial IT 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. OFFICERS, R. R. CHURCH, President. M. L. CLAY, Vice President. J. W. SANFORD, and Vice President. W. E. MOLXISON, 3rd Vice President. T. T. SETTLE. Attorney. ROBERT R. CHURCH, Jr., Cashier. 329 BEALE St., MEMPHIS, TENN. are probably 1,000 sheep under quar antine in Davidson County on ac count of this disease. By proper steps this may be remedied. To sheep raisers makine: inauiries. Cnl. J. H. McDowell, Live Stock Inspec tor, is sending a letter as follows: "In reply to your favor of recent date, beg to say sheep that hvae scabies that have been dipped once In an approved dip under the supervi sion of a State Live Stock Inspector, may be shipped or driven to any point within the State of Tennes see for immediate slaughter within ten days on permit issued by the In spector of the State, or by County Inspector. "Sheep exposed to the contagion of scabies may be shipped or driven to points, within the State of Tennes see for immediate slaughter with dip ping. "All sheep in a flock or shipment in which the disease Is present shall be clsassed as diseased sheep. None of them shall be moved except as pro vided for In the folregoing regula tions." The above is a copy ef the law. "Sheep that have no disease can be driven or shipped for any purpose within the State without permit."