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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1910.
LcuisvillG & llashville R. R. Rew Union Statio. City Ticket Office, 22 1 osrlii T8., Ivorth. Telephone it&in 753 Leaves. At-rivci. Ixuieville fc Cincinnati. 3 :47ara 2:lDam Lonurille 8c Cincinnati 7:!5am 8.7aTn Loniavilie & Cincinnati 8:00pm 8 85pm LouisYille Accom'eda a12:2ipm a3 05pm Evansville & Chicago 3:67am J :05am Kvansviile& Chicago 7:40pm 8:10am Kvaniville& St. Louie 5:67am 2:05am Kvansville St. Louis a7:S0am a8:10pm Kvansville&t bonis 7:40pm 8:10am Birmingham, Monigom err, liobilo and New Orleans 2 :25am S:37am Birmingham, Mantgoin. ', Mobile and New Orleans ....8 :45am 7:25pm Kashville Scottsrille Accom m. at ion 3:10pm 10:16am Kashville & Hartsville Accommodation 5:10pm t7 :50am Bopkinsvillo Aecom'da...a6:46pm 10 :00am KasUvilli & Clarksviun Accommodation.. 4:15pm t8:17ara Kashville & lecatirr Ac commodation 1:50pm 10:10am Oolnmbia Jfc Mt. Pleasant.. 1:50pm 7:25pm Colnraoia, Flerence, Sheffield, Ac Tasonmia..7 :40am 5:00pm Daily. tUailjeiesptSnnday. a 8topi at North College-street station. Train arriving at 4:65 p.m. raus from Mt. fleasant oniy. Train arriving at 7:45 p. ra brings connec tons from Tuscamnia and Florence, Ji. O. WALLI8, W. HAL. M0ITAI5S , PUtriot rasa. Agent City Ticket AeuA. TICKET OFFICES UNION STATION, BROADWAT C!TY OFFICE Maxwell House, Corasr Churcjj . Street and 4th Are., North. PHONE MAIN 377 (Corrected January 12, 1908.) Leaves West and Northwest Arrives 7:00am Memphis, Hickman, Pa- 6:S5pra ducali, Rt. Louis?, con conuects for Cpiitrevllle (!) 215 A-Paducah, Hick in an, l:32pm Jackson Ki'ICpm "Wavei-ly Accommodation, 8:00am 8:00piu "Dixie Flyer" &lid train 'J:05am to Rt. Louis. ll:30pm Memphis and Hickman 6:00am fcUUTH ANDKAST. 24am Chicago aiid Florida 3:13am Limited. 'i10a in St. Louis- Jacksonville 6:&Bpra "Dixie Flyer." Con- lit' M7ctn Chioiiuo, .I-M.kcor ville. -; 3:20pm 'Uixle Flyer.'' r ' ' d j?Jp. Dining :ars, "3:30 p m A'lP.ttunocKS, an J -li oOaro Kust. Connections (1) iftr Hhelbyvllle, Sparta, Fayett vllle. HuntsvUle, Tracy City, South Pittsburg. 'S.00 p m Tullalioma Accommoda- !8:15am tion. Connects for Shelby- . ville, 0:30 p m Chattanooga, Atlanta 6:3Gam Aueubta and points be yond. LEBANON TRAINS. j:00am Lebanon Mixed. A-foam Lebanon Express !2:10prn ":00pin Lebanon Accommodation !6.40pm J.OOpui Lebanon Accom modatlon . !8:30am ally. IDally except Sunday. W. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House, W. L.DANLEY, G P. A., Union Station. TENN. CENTRAL R. City Ticket Office, No. 1 Arcade, It7 FOUBTH ATE., If. 'PHONE, HAIN 309 Station, foot of Broad street. Effective March 14, 1908. Depart 8:05 a. m. 5:30 p. m. 10:45 a. m. 8:30 a. m. 9:30 p. m. 4:00 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 Nashville to Hopkinsviile Nashville to Hopkinsviile (Lebanon Accommodation Knoxville Day Express Knoxville Night Express Monterey Shopping Train ILebanon Accommodation b:I0 p. m. Daily (Daily except Sunday. Train leaving Nashville at 8 JO a. m. carries day Coach through to Knoxville (via Southern Railway Irons Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East. Train leaving Nashville at 9:30 p. m. carries steeping car to Knoxville (via Southern Railway iron Harriman), connecting at Knoxville with through sleeping cars to points East and South- H. W. TYSON. C T. A THEO. A ROUSSEA U. Q. A. P TQIPH0NE MAIN 4943. RES. 1 603 PHIUIP STRUT PHONE FELIX S. WHITE IRON SAFE 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 310 6th ATE., X., COB. DEADEBICK. Plessure Watfons for Hire. ENTERPRISE RESTAURANT OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Orfcrs Prwipttr filled. Neatly furnished Room. Telephone, Main 2S30. ROBT. L. MILLER, Prop., 714 Jo Jehnston Arc, Nashville, Tenn. !S KUUmilEMIATIC ffilEDl Not over 15 per cent Alcohol FOR THE RELIEF OF ALL FORMS OF RHEUMATISM . nth as: liflammatory, IRnacular, Sciatica, EU. DAVID J. KIHJI, Iroggist Cor. Cedar ss 13th At., t Naahvlll, Tens, fhoaei: 1US tad 44U Quite a number of people left here Sunday for Hollywood, Ala., to attend the Mudcreek M. B. Snnday-Scnool Convention. Among those who at tended was J. II. Hurt. The Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Josephs Au gust 1, 1910, and took from them their only child, and also visited the home of Mrv and Mrs. Berry and took their child. The tacky party given at the M. E. Church last Thursday was quite a sue cess. Miss Maud Caperton and Mr. Sterling Lankford were the winners cf the prizes. Mrs. Cora Hill, who has been visit ing her parent3, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Talley, returned home to-day. Prof. J. H. MtClure, our teacher, ar rived Sunday morning, July 31, from the city , of Nashville, Tenn. Read the Globe. This is our paper. Every colored man and woman should have it In their homes. MANCHEESTER NOTES. Miss Margie Walker entertained Thursday night complimentary to Misses Lovell Brown, Dilcie Butler and Florence Kirk, of Murfreesboro, who are her house guests for a few days. Those enjoying her hospitality were Misses Dora Wooten, Odie Rice, An nie and Rubie Eliott. Roena and Ella Brewer, Louise, Mollie and Clara Van oy. Messrs. Mack Woodlee, Mack and Oscar Ramsey, Samuel Eliott and Tony Solomon. Misses Kirk, Brown and Butler leave for their schools Sat urday. The rmblic school at this place 13 now open for work. The number en rolled for the opening week is fine Prof. G. Martin is in charge. Miss Claty Holloway, of Tullaho ma, stopped over at Manchester after nttendinsr the District Conference at McMinnville, and attended the Sun rlnv-srhool. She visited the city on Monday, making herself of great se: vice wnne nemg nere. Misses Florence Kirk, I,ovell Brown and Dilcie Butler visited the puouc school at Manchester, and they ail mo rip vorv Interpptins talks on the progress of the school work of whicl Prof. G. Martin is principal. These accomplished ladies, no doubt, will suc ceed in their new fields of labor, where iluv hprnn lc stains Monday, Aiei?t 1st." Prof. G. Martin and the sno-.l riAnnlo nf Manchester made ic nloa'.Miit for them during their stay. Rev. Fred Anderson, pV5t;r of Rtpnhens Chanel M. E. Church Misses Leona Northcutt, Ramsey an 1 Mrs Rice attended the District Confers at McMinnville last week. SOUTH PITTSBURG NOTES. Mrs. Jane Aiken, mother of Mis Chas. II. Lightfoot and Mrs. Lao Anna Merriman. nas?ed away on the morn ing of the first after an illness o about six wetiks. ' Mrs. Aiken was an old citizens of this place and was gen erallv and favorably known by white neonie as well as colored. Her funeral and burial were largely attended and her body was laid to rest in the city Cemetery. Beautiful were the floral designs sent by friends as a token of respect and kind remembrance. The daughters and relatives of the deceased have the' sympathy of their many friends. Miss Gussie White left last Saturday for Shefield, Ala., to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Jones. Mrs. Emma Bivens has returned from Nashville, where she attended the funeral of her grandson, the son of Rev. A. Brooks, D. D., pastor of St. John A. M. E. Church. Mr. Luther Cummings, who attended the recent Grand Lodge of the Py thians which met at Dyersburg, re ports a fine session and good time generally. The Cumberland Presbyterian Rally resulted in the sum of $50. Rev. McCamey spent last Sunday at Victoria. Mrs. J. J. Cummings has returned from a short visit to Chattanooga. Mrs. Delphia Springs, of Jasper, visited Mrs. Harvey Staples recently. Mr. Tom Patton and daughter, of Richard City, visited Mrs. Chas. Light- foot and mother last Sunday. Registration day (Monday) passed off quietly. How about August 4th? Mrs. Ruby B. W. Armstrong has re turned from Whitwell. Mr. Henry Greer, of Jasper, visited his daughter, Mrs. Mary Beane, last Sunday. Mr. J. J. Cummings spent a day recently In the country on business. Mrs. George Smith is on the sick list. Mr. George Greer and son, of Jas per, visited the LIghtfoots last Sun day Miss Frankie Rollins, of Nashville, is here the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sallie Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Peters, of Atlanta, Ga., have returned home after sev eral weeks' visit to the later's moth er Miss Lillian Jolly was married to Mr. Austin last Sunday. DECHARD NOTES. Miss Laura Acklin celebrated her eighteenth anniversary Sunday. She was entertained by many of her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Acklin have been visiting their relatives In EatlU Springs. Mr. Will Laster has returned from Chattanooga. Miss Hattie Acklin has returned from Estill Springs. Mr. Peter Sutton, from Tullahonn, B. Martin, has been visiting Mr. C. Jr., and Mr. Felix Estill. Miss Lottie Morris was married to Mr. George Owens. After the ceremo ny they left for South Pittsburg, where they expect to soenu the vear. Miss Delia Acklin is visiting rela tives in Columbia. Mr. Elbert Patton has returned from St. Louis and has gone to Richard City to spend the summer. Miss Mattie Noah, from Tullahoma, Mrs. C B. has been visiting Mr. and Martin, Sr. Miss Carrie Smith and Miss have Clay been Smith, of Estill Springs, v.siting Miss Emma Acklin. Mr. June Martin was in Winchester Saturday to hear Mr. Patterson speak. Mr. Louis Staples was in Winches ter Saturday. Rev. W. M. Simmons and Mrs. C. B. Simmons were in Cowan Satur day. Miss Tommy Nevels is still on ths sick list. Mr. T lliam Morris has returned to Monteagle. Miss Edna Morris was in Winchester Thursday. Mr. Andrew Patten has returned from Chattanooga. Rev. Zema Hill left Saturday for Murfreesboro to break the brea u life Sunday. Mr. Nelson Wilson and Miss Mol lie Wilson have returned to MontenclH lor tneir health. Mr. June Martin was in Estill Springs Sunday, week. Misses L.aura and Emma Ackliu were In Estill Snrines Snndav Mr. Johnnie and Miss Mary Aciklhi were in Estill Snrinsrs Snndav Miss Carrie Cobble was in Estill Springs Sunday. T f .. T T 1 . mi. iiuuh.-r iauons nouse was struck by lightning and &; wan in- 1 it red. The damages were slieht. Mrs. Sallie Trail was here S,ml:,v sue nas been spending with her dausrhter. a few days Miss Leather Baker. fro?n Estill Springs, has been the guest of Martha Mann. Mi Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson, frn-n Mem nhis. wpre herp Mondav. ThPV (liner: t Mr. Walter Price's restair;m Thpy will him eave for Tluntsville Monda" fve Mrs. Leather Price has returned from Faye1tfvi!l;v I.iiss Maggie Perkins has return! from Chattanooga. Mr. T. W. Trigg, of W; Mr.lv M or, was in Decherd Friday. SAND HILL NOTES. The picnic was quite a sr.'Vfs3. Tl e weather was very favorable, nr.d although a large crowd waj present the baseball boys were disappointed in not having the game which was promised them that dav. Miss Mary Frazier, after spending a week with Mrs. Battle, has returned to her home in Nashville. Misses Sarah and Mary Beaty and their cousin, Mary E. Carter, visited their mother last Sunday. Mr. Tom Leagans spent Sunday with Mr. Webb. Mrs. Tennie Williams, of Murfrees boro, started school here last Mondav. Rev. Wm. Henderson, of Dilton, will preach the annual sermon for Lodge No. 25 of the United Sons of Relief the fourth Sunday, inst. COLUMBIA NOTES. The E. B. G. Club entertained at the residence of Miss Adella Webster Wednesday evening, July 27, in honor of Miss Willie Lee Frierson, of Nash ville, Tenn. A two-course menu was served. Those resent were Misses Willie Lee Frierson, Estelle Schoff ner, Beatrice Foster, Lewy Ross, No vella Brown, noberta Wilkes, Mary E. Moss, Alberta Jennings, L. Gordon, Clcnard Wilkes, Saui W. Blair, Ev ans Hill, Fans Jones. Edgar Mayes, Lucius Gilmore, W. Moss, II. Chat man, (Dale Nicholson, Walter Greene, Willie Nicholson. Music and games were the features of the evening. Music was furnished by Mr. Robert King and Mr. Lee Pet way. CULLEOKA NOTES. The District Conference of M. E. Church, which was held the A. at this place July 20-24, was a success, welcome address was read by The Miss Mattie B. Huggins and Childress, There were Mr. Clifford some excel lent papers- read during the Confer ence. The concert given in the 24th was an iteresting affair. The pro gram was as follows: Solo, Miss Birdie Hunt; solo. Miss Nannie M. Rhodes, of Mt. Pleasant; solo, Miss Willie M. Baxter; duet, subject, "Ma lindy," Misses Orr and Huggins. Misses Elsie M. Orr, Bessie Huggins andMittle :Mis& Rhodes are very tal ented. The recitations by tbse three girls were all well receired. Miss Cora A. Tyler, of Columbia, presided at the piano. She is a noted musi cian. Miss Willie M. Baxter spent several days at Mt. Pleasant last week, the guest of Misses Rhodes, Ocie W. Jor dan and Emmie Smith. Sunday was a very lonely day at this place, for everyone went to Fountain Creek to attend the basket dinner. Miss Amanda Rivers spent a few cois in btyesville, the guest of her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan ruvers. The news reached here Saurday of tho death of Mr. Please Record. Quite a number of friends attended the funeral services at McKenzie hapel. The public school opened July 25, with Miss Ella M. Hunt and sister. Mrs. Ida Denwiddie, or St. Louis, is visiting her sister. Mrs. Jzora Baxter. Mrs. Bessie Galloway, of Mt. Pleas ant. ;:s here visiting her Invalid grand mother. She brought with her little Henry. NEELYVILLE Mrs. Coleridge (MO.) NOTES. has returned from Jackson, Mo. Prof. T. G. Walker spent last week !n Scott, New Madrid and Pember ?cctt counties in the interest of the nomination of Hon. D. W. Hill, of Poplar Bluff, Mo. While down at New Madrid he visited two or three towns just across the river, in Ten nessee. Rev. R. W. Critz, or Caruthersville, was heie on business last week. The C. M. E. Sunday-School Con vention and District Conference closed the most successful session in the history of the Southeast Missouri Conference. On last Saturday evening the pre siding elder, ministers and delegates partook of a delicious six-course din ner at the home of Pror. T. G. Walk er and his cister, Ethel. Among those present were Rev. J. A. Hatchie, Car bondale, 111.; Rev. and Mrs. A. J. San ders, Caruthersville, Mo.; Rev. W. T. Whitsey, Tipton villc, Tenn.; Mrs. Wallace, Caruthersville, Mo.; Rev. S. S. Landers, New Madrid, Mo.; Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Williams, Point Pleas ant, Mo.; Rev. Thos. Parrish, and Miss Emma Burkis, Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Revs. Wm. Jackson, J. C. Turner, Mi?ses Ethel Thomas, Woods, Buki Thonipkins, Adilure E. M. E. Wad- lington, Mesdaines Mary Thomas, of Ernest Bell and Neeley ville, and Miss Alice Shepherd, , of Chicago. CENTLRVILLE NOTES. Tho Sunday-School and Allen Christian Endeavor League Conven tion of the Dickson District, which convened here July 27-Jl was a marked success as to the interest shown and money received. The Presiding Elder, Rev. II. F. Smith, fully measures up to tne situation, and he is rapidly bringing the district to the standard. He lays special stress on the educational work of the church. He is doing much to bring up tins leature or nis worK A grand formal reception was had on the night of Juiy 27. Welcome addresses were made by Prof. T. J Clinnison and Rev. Wm. Harris. Re spope by Dns. iE. T. Waterford and N. H. Shelby, of Waverly and Did son, respectively. Most of the pas tors and their delegates from the whole district were present and Dlaved well teir part. The delegates from Centerville were from the Sun dmyschools. Myrtle c Cox read a paper on Bible reading in the Home Circle. Mrs. Pelina Farris from the Leaeue. read a paper on "The Life and WTorK of a Mode Christian in the Church of Christ.' Centervilile easily sustained its rep utation hospitable treatment to straneers. Over $100 was raised dur ing the session. Three services were had on Sun dav. Rev. F. El Younr preached at 11 o'clock; Rev. II. E. Bryant, of Ft Cooper, preached at 3. and Rev. A. C Smith, of Pardue, preached at 8 These sermons were delivered to crowded houses and all were made to feel the spirit. Miss Sophronia Mayberry, teaching at Guys Bend; Joseph Epperson teaching at Beaver Dam, and J. H Mayberry, teaching at Shipp's Bend came to town Saturday and Sunday for the Convention. Mr. and Mrs. R. il. Hurt were called to Gordenburg Sunday on ac count of the serious illness of their little grandson, the son of Mrs. Charley Hannah. He Mr. and is a lit tie better at this writing. Mrs. Maggie Turntine is very at this writing. sick Mr. and Mrs. George, of Memphis are visiting their friends and relatives here. Master H. Turner, Jr., is very sick Miss Paralee Caruthers left Satur dav for Plunders Creeit, where she will spend a few weeks. The cry is "On to Centerville for the grand Pythian barbecue on day and Saturday." Fri MR. THOMPSON DIES IN DAN VILLE. A telegram bringing the sod news to Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Douglas, o the death of Mr. James Thompson formerly of Nashville, now of Dan ville. 111., reached the city this -week Mr. Thompson was an old soldier and his funeral was held from the chapel of the Soldiers' Home. Mrs. Thomp son was with him at the time of his death. He was a member of tho Mt. OHve Tiaptist Church. He ileaves a wife, Mrs. Julia Thompson, and one sister. One-Cent Savings Bank 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. 11. BOYD. President J. W. BOSTICK. Vice-President. J. C NAPIER. Cashier. C N. LANGSTON. Teller. 411 Fourth Avenue) North, XASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE. W. A. ATTAVW. M. D., Pres. W. W. COX, Cashier. W. H. COATS. Vlre fres. M. B. BL'RNfTT. Ass't Cashier. Delta Penny Savings Dank INCORPORATED OCT., 1904 CAPITAL $ 3 .000.00 RESOURCES OVER 1CO.OOJ.00 Does a General Banking Business. Makes Loans on Approved Securiiy. Pays interest on Deposits. Collects Rent. PaysTaxes. Handles Real Estate, etc. Crresp nd with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay Four Per Cent. Interest on Time Deposits. ISDIANOLA, : : : MISSISSIPPI. People's Bank & Trust Go. CAPITAL, $25,000.00, MUSKOGEE, - OKLAHOMA. 4 Per Cent Interest On Time Deposits. Deposits Guaranteed T. r .COR. J.E.JOHNSON. Cashier. President. MUM PEXSY SHIMS BASK, BIRMINGHAM, ALA., Capital Stock, $25,000.00. W. R. Pettiford, President. J. O. Diffav, Vice President. B. II. Hudson, Cashier. P. P. Clark, Assistant Cashier. 217 NORTH EIGHTEENTH ST. The People's Investment and Hanking Company, RIinilXUIIAM, ALA. Capitol Stock 50,000 I)oin a regular banking business Col lections solicited. Depository for the Great Southern Industrial Home In surance Company. W. L. LAUDERDALE, President. DR. R. D. MACKL1N, Vice-President. DR. S. II. THOMPSON. Cashier. REV. S. J. JACKSON. 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. SANl'ORD, 2nd Vice President. W.E. MOLXISON, 3rd Vice President. J. T. SKTTUi. Attorney. ROBERT R. CHURCH, Jr., Cashier. 329 BEALE St.. MEMPHIS, TENN. FOR SALE. 312 North Eighth street, threa rooms.. Cistern water. 210 Fatherland street. Six rooma. City water. 927 North Seventh, house. Cistern water. Four room 023 Jackson street. Uvousis. 1C16 Eleventh avenue, room house.A bargain. 923 Lacklay avenue, cottage just being built. 2008 Jefferson street, house. City water. Four room North Five Four room City water. Four room 1102 Sixteenth ave., North. Three room cottage, City water. 12S Addison or Seventeenth avenue. Six room house. 97 Clayborn street. Four room cot tage. 831 Fourth avenue, South. Six room brick. 103 Second room brick. avenue South. Teo This is only a few of our bargalas. Call in and see me and let ub talk the matter with you. We have man) beautiful lots la our several eub-dl visions on which we will build to sul purchaser on terms as reasonable. Money to loan on real estate. Uer notes bought for cash. See H. L Flte, 162 Fourth avenue, North 'Phone Main 2323 and 2324.