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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1910.
7 Louisville & KashvHIa B. R. Nevr Union Stetion. City Ticket Office, 224 Fourth aye., North. Telephone Mam 763 Leaves. AriivM. Lonisville & Cincinnati 3:47am J m LouistiIIQ & Cincinnati 7:fi!am S.27am Louistillo Hi Cincinnati 8:t'0pm S Sjpra Louisville Accora'oJa aM-'rCi'j'in a3 05.in Kyansfille & Chicago H:A7am :0rani Kvansvnlo at Chicago 7:4'pm fi:10am h2vaasTille A St. Louis S.&iam :J:0iain l?ansYilla A St. Lonis r.7:Ham aK:10um KvaoSTille A fct Loni 7:l'ipm 8:10am Birminshiim, Monttnm ery, Mbile and Is'ew Orleans 2 :20am S:37am Birmingham, MDtfrora- err, Mobila and New Orleans 8:4."am 7:25pm Nashville Scottsrilie AcoTomc-tion 3:10pm 10:15ara KistiTille A Hartsvills Accommodation 5:1fpra t7:5Pam Hopkinsvilld Aecom'oda...a5:45pin 10:0Cam NaihvU'i & Clarksvine Accommodation l:lSpm tS:17ara Nash rill St Docatnr Ac commodation 1:50pm 10:10nm Columbia ik Mt. Plek-nt.. 8:&0pm 7:5pin Colombia, Florence, fchefllo.d, & TuccBml)ia..7:40am 5:00pm Daily, tidily except Sandav. a Stops at North College-street station. Train arriving at 4:55 p.m. runs flora ML floasant onir. Train arriVras; at 7:45 p in brings connco Uoasrrem Tuscombia and Florence, R. O. Waixii, W. Hal. Moitainb , t Distrlst Pass. Afent City Tick t Agent TICKET OFFICES JfSTCON STATION, 3EOADWAY CITY OFFICE to Maxwell House, Comer Churm Street and 4th Ave., North. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwest Arrives 7:00aiU-Memphla, Hickmnn, Pa- 6:85pm ducali, St. LouiH, con conuects for Cntre7llle (!) 5:15 . i I'aducah, Hickman, 1:32pm Jackson B:'pm Waverly Accommodation, 8:00am ;u0pm-" Dlxl8 Plyer" eolld train :C5ani to St. Louis. 11:30pm Memphis apd Hickman 6:U)ara SOUTH AND EAST. 24am Chicago and Florida 3:18am Limited. :30am St. Louis-JackgonTllle fc56 'Dixie Flyer." Con- 4-.ntno Chicago, JscksorvHl.... 9.-20pm 'lxlt Flyer." S:'d n. Dlnlnf ears. 3:20 p m J.iattacoojr. and m5 Wuro Last, Connections (!) itf tsheibyvllle, Bparta,Fayett vllle. Himtanllle, Tracy City, Houth Pittsbure. .00 p m Tullahoma Accommoda- 18:15am tlon. Connect for Bhelby Tille, 9:30 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta e:35ani Augusta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. rTrOOam Lebanon Mixed 9:2!am Lebanon Express 12:10pm :00pm Lebanon Accommodation !fi.4()piu ft.oup in Lebanon Accom modation . !&30am "ally. IDally except Sunday, iv. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House. W. L. DANLEY, G- P. A., Union Station. TEI. CENTRAL R. R. CItj Ticket Office, K. 1 Arcade, in FOURTH ATI., If. 'PHOJII, MAIIf 809 Station, foot of Broad street. Effectire March 14, 1908. Depart Arrive. Nashville to Hopkmsville 8:05 a. m. 7:15 p. m Nashville to Hopkinsville 5:30 . m. 11:00 a. m (Lebanon Accommodation 10:45 a. m. 2:10 a. m Kaoxville Day Express 8:30 a. m. 6:45 p. m Knoxville Night Express 9:30 p. m. 6:15 a. m Monterey Shopping Train 4:00 p m. 10:00 a. m ILebanon Accommodation 6:10 p. m. 7:50 a. n Daily (Daily except Sunday. Train leaving Nashville at 8:30 a. in. carries day coach through to Knoxville (via Southern Railway from Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East. Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries sleeping car to Knoxville (via Soutliern Railway Irom Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East and South tut 11 W. TYSON. C. T. A. TUEO. A, ROUSSEA U. Q. A.P" AIUHAV 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 PHILLIP STREf T PH0SE FELIX S. WHITE IRON SAFE HIND 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 818 6th ATE., N., COS. DEADEBICK. Pleasure Wagons for Hire. ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. rsVt Prwnptly filled. Neatly famished Rooms. Telephone, Main 2S30. ROBT. L. MILLER, Prop., 714 3o Jshastoa Ave Nashville, Tena, Miss Florence Kirk will spend Sunday iu Smyrna. Mr. P. T, McLean visited his par ents, Mr. and Mrs.' John McLean, at Chapel Hill, Sunday. Rev. J. V. Butler is holding revival services at Bell Buckle Baptist Church. The spring musicale that was given at the First Baptist Church last Fri day night, under the directions of Miss Fanny S. Alexander, was a suc cess in every way. Mr. W. L. Miller, one of the Globe representatives, was in our city this week in the interest of that paper. It is hoped that all business run by Negroes, all schools, lodges, phy sicians, churches and every pursuit in which the Negro race is engaged in Murfreesboro will not be over looked by the agent and reporter, so that it may appear in the Murfrees boro edition. Miss Florence L. Kirk has been ap pointed Murfreesboro reporter to the Globe by Mr. W. L. Miller. She will be glad to have the Globe readers convey the news to her. Mrs. Cora Scales is at Mercy Hos pital, Nashville. It is hoped, by her many friends here, that she will soon be able to mingle with them again. Commencement day is fast ap proaching for Bradley Academy stud ents, and a neat bunch of young men and ladies are preparing for graduation. The Bradley Glee Club is putting on its best array. Stella, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Moore, was rum over by a buggy, Monday. Its injuries are thought to be slight at this writ ing. Dr. J. P. Hickman is attending her. The Stone's River Medical Associa tion held a meeting on Sunday, April 24, at Keys Chapel, to which the pub lic was invited. The subject of the discussion was "tuberculosis." Able speeches were made by Drs. McClel- lan, Harden, White and Hickman. A nice audience was present and strict attention was given the physicians who are all capable of the title of their profession. It is being rumored that the Prim itive branch is preparing to erect a new church. It is under the par torate of Rev. P. A. Bedford. Younger elements of society don't wait to be asked away from the depot on Sunday afternoons; don't intrude upon your dignity by doing so. Go where you think you are wanted, and won't be in the way. Probably you won't be so apt to have so many in sults heaped upon you. The opposite race says "All coons look alike," let us as the better element of this city show them that "All coons are not alike," even if they do look alike." stay among our own folks if we have to stay at home. Ain't that common sense? Let there be some class to us. The Golden light Senior and Junior Gleaner Clubs of the First Baptist Church are moving on nicely. Master Walter Dyser, of Eighth avenue Nashville, sent two weeks with his aunt, Mrs. Lula Huddleston, of South High street. Messrs Sam McCauley, Jr., and Lu ther Miller have returned to Nashville after an extended visit to their par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCauley and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Huddleston. SMYRNA NOTES. ' The rally at the M. E. Church last Sunday was a grand success. The Slab Town Convention ren dered at the Baptist Church Saturday night by the auxiliary was enjoyed by a large crowd. Mr. Wooty Hibbett was killed Sat- urdav night while returning home from an entertainment. He was buried Sunday. Mrs. Lottie Heron, of Nashville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Hawkins. Miss E. M. Perry, who has been teaching private school, had the clos ing exercise last Friday night. The dwelling of Mr. L. Brown was destroyed by fire. Mrs. Pleas Jordan and an eight pound baby boy are doing nicely. GALLATIN NOTES. Revival is going on at Key Chape M. E. Church, of which Rev. D. T. Burch is pastor. Rev. R. T. Weather by, of Murfreesobro, assisted the pas tor last week. The Young Women's Glee Club, of Walden University, Nashville, gave a concert at Keys Chapel on the 19th of April. Door receipts were $28.15 The town was delighted with their visit and Invites them again. Mrs. Tilitha Matthews is still con fined to her bed. Mrs. Steward, of Bransford, spent Sunday here the guest of Miss A. V Howard, her niece, and Mrs. L. II C. Withers. Rev. J. B. Booth held his quarterly meeting at Keys Chapel April 27th and preached two strong sermons The day was a profitable one. Mr. and Mrs. V. Steel spent Sun day in Nashville visiting an aunt, who is reported very ill. Mr. John Lightfoot and Mr. W. M. Bryant left for the West last week. Mr. Winston Payne spent Sunday in Franklin, Ky. Miss Pearl Baker is convalescing. CENTERVILLE NOTES. Miss Lessie Whiteside left Satur day for West. Tennessee to visit rela tives. She expects to be eone several months. Mrs. Minnie Ilornbeak, who has been in Nashville for some time for the purpose of regaining her health, returned Saturday night. She is much Improved. Mrs. Mary Easley, who took sud denly sick Thursday night, Is slow ly Improving. Mr. Willie Easley, formerly of Cen- terville but now of Nashville, Is here on account of the sickness of his mother, Mrs. Mary Easley. Mr. Daniel Vaughn left Monday for Oklahoma. The community has lost a gobd citizen and an earnest and un tiring church worker. Master Allen Vaughn, son of Mr. and Mrg. Daniel Vaughn, met with a very painful accident on Monday afternoon. The unfortunate little boy, while digging holes In the ground with a pick, drove the instru ment almost through his foot. He is at this writing resting fairly well. Mr. Ferry Hurt Is suffering with a very bad hand which he accldent- ly hurt while he was at work a day or two ago. PARISH NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Travis were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Atkins last Sunday. Miss Dellia Washum was the guest of Mrs. Eugene Travis last Sunday Rev. J. H. Thompson filled his pul pit last Sunday morning and even ing. Mrs. Maram Epps entertained the Red Rose Club last Monday evening, A two-course menu was served. Rev. G. P. Woodson and wife dined with Mrs. Charles Jenkins last Sun day. Mrs. Eugene McCall and little son visited Mrs. L. A. Dumas Sunday eve ning. Rev. T. W. Hampton dined with Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Lee Sunday. The May Flower entertainment given at the A. M. E. Church Monday night was a success. A large con gregation greeted the little folks. Rev. Wi. E. Travis filled the pulpit for Rev. B. F. Harris Sunday morn ing and evening. Rev. Harris filled his pulpit at Henry Station. Those on the sick list this week are Earnest Cabage, Mary Combs and Ben Booze. Rev. Woodson will begin his revi val at the Baptist church next Sun day. Quite a number from Paris visited Henry Station last Sunday. SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES. The A. M. E. Zion Church rally resulteidin one hundred ($100) dol lars and some cents rally. Rev. E, O. Cowan and his membership are congratulated for their effort as well as Miss Beatrice Hise, who turned In $55 and some cents, while Miss Vin nie Smith turned over $45 and some cent. Mr. Alex Staples, who has been suffering with a sprained ankle, is able to be up at this writing. Mr. Lee, of St. Elmo, who served three years in the United States Band, spent Sunday here the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Henry. Mr. Lee is a fine coronet player, and accom panied Miss Lightfoot in playing for the A. M. E. Zion Church last Sun day. Mrs. E. E. McElroy spent last Sun day at Scottsboro, Ala. Rev. Hutchlns, Mrs. J. D. Martin and little Miss Eula and Master Ju lian Martin dined with Mr. and Mrs Carrol Hawkins last Sunday. Mrs. Lewis Currington served cream to a limited number of friends last Sunday afternoon complimentary to Mr. Lee, of St. Elmo. Mrs. Lee Anna Merriman has been slightly indisposed the past few days It is reported that there will be two marriages in Hamburg in the near fu ture. Mrs. Ola Morris is In Chattanooga this week. Mrs. Carrie Mack remains in a very precarious condition. Mr. Reeves, of Richard City, at tended the A. M. E. Zion Church ral ly last Sunday. Miss Lena Mason Is up again after a severe attack of la grippe. May 2nd was an Ideal weather day here, and Robinson's big show had a splendid patronage. Miss Springs and Prof. Shackley, of Jasper, were In town Monday. Rev. E. O. Cowan and Mr. Lee were the guests of Miss Janie Light foot Monday afternoon. The G. U. O. of Odd Fellows' an nual thanksgiving service will be held at the M. E. Church Sunday, 8th. LYNNVILLE NOTES. The commencement of the L. C. H. School, which Prof. Jones was con ducting, took place Friday evening, April 29th, at 7:30 o'clock. The house was filled to its utmost capacl- The programme was enjoyed by all. Music was furnished by little :ss Claudine Laurence, of Lewl3- burg. Misses Annio P. and Maxie avis, of Lewisburg, also helped In tho drills and rendered several beau tiful solos and duets. Mrs. Mary Daily, of Madisonville. Ky., is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Eldridge. Misses Annie P. and Maxle Davis spent a few pleasant hours with Misses John E. Braden, Carrie B. Gordon and Mrs. Mary Dally Satur day morning before returning home. Miss Claudine Laurence spent the night with Miss Lucile Marsh Friday night. CLIFTON NOTES. Rev. W. J. Young spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Prof, and Mrs. M'. C. Jones. Rev. W. J. Young made a business trip to Waynesboro Monday. Tho M. E. Church gave a rally last Sunday. Rev. A. Phillips preached an able sermon, which was enjoed by all. A large sum of money was raised. Mrs. Phillips, wife of Rev. A. Phil lips, is here from Nashville to spend a few weeks with her husband. Miss Myrtle Harbor, of Savannah, is the guest of relatives this week. Mr. Berry Hubbard has returned home after spending a few days In Riverton, Ala. Miss Johnnie Ross, of Wayncns- boro, Is visiting Clifton this week. COLUMBIA NOTES. Mrs. Maria Birdsong died April 27th after an illness of several months. Her funeral was from St Paul Church, of which she had been a memlber since childhood. She was one of Maury County's most success ful teachers and was very prominent in the social affairs of the city. She will be very much missed, both in her home and the community. Rev. S. L. Howard conducted the funeral services, assisted by Rev. Calvin Nor man. News has reached here of the death of Rev. Baalam Frierson, who departed this life April 28th at the home of his son, Prof. T. A. Frier son, Decatur, Ala, Rey. Frierson was pastor of Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church here for a number of years and after wards pastor of the First Baptist Church. He had many friends here who regret to hear of his death. He leaves two sons, Prof. G. A. Frierson, of Decatur, Ala., and Dr. John Fri erson, of Chattanooga. Mrs. Pauline Gentry and Mrs. Mattle Hudson, of Nashville, attended the funeral of Mrs. Maria Birdsong. Mrs. Lenora Keeth will give a con cert for the benefit of the Presbyte rian Church at an early date. Mr. Embrey, of Nashville, is visit ing her son, Rev. W. II. Ogleton, on Eleventh street. Miss Millie Church, of Franklin has returned to her home after a vis it to her sister, Mrs. J. W. Brown, of Tenth street. Mr. Walter Dobbins is out again after a spell of sickness. The many friends of Mr. J. 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