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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1910.
IcjisTiils t iiasiiflllj R. R. Hew Union Static. City Ticket Offlee, 21 Fourth ?., North. Telecheee AUm 768 ,t , ... Leatea. Arrive. UnlsTille & Cineinnatl....8 :47am r:15am Leuigfille & Cincinnati. ...7:6aara 8.27am tioaifville & Ciaoinn&ti t:0flpm g tSpm LoaiiTille Accom'eda alS:0pm al 06pm lUansTille & Chicago 8i7am J :05am Kvansriilefc Chicago 7:40pm 1:10am tfvansTilloA St. Louis 8:57am 2 :65am ifivaniTille & St. Louis.... a7:30am - t :10pm UranaTilleASt Lonii 7 ':40pm 1:16am girmingharo, Uontgom. err, Mebile and New Orleani 2:Xam ;37am Birmingham, ifentgoM e'f. Mobile and New Orleans 8:t5am 7:25pm HashTille & Scottsrille Aooammo -atioa 3:10pm IB: Ham Sashrille & HarttriUe Aecoraraodatiem : 5:10pm 7 :50am 3opkinTille Aecom,oda...aa:16pm 10:00am .piashTJl'.i A ClurkfTilie Accommodation .r4:15pm t:17am Hashrille &Dtcatar Ac- cemmedatiea 1:50pm 19:10am Colombia & It. Plehunt.. 8:50pm T:26pm Oolnmbia, Florence, Sheffield, & Tuscnnibia..7 :40am 5:00pm Daily. tlily except Sunday. a Step at North College-street station. Train arriYing at 1:55 p.m. mm from Mt, pleasant aiy. Train arriTrof at 7: . m. briafs eonnee fton (ram Taseambia ana Fleranee. JLO. Wallh, W. HaJU Mdstaikb, Mstriet Pasa. Agent dry Tiekel Agea. TICKET OFFICES tJNION STATION, BROADWAY CITY OFFICE a Maxwell House, Corner- ChurcJj Street and 4th Ave., North. PHONE MAM 377 (Corrected January 12, WM.) leaves West and Northwest Arrives V-Wapa Memphis, Hickit.nu, Pa- SiSopin ducuh, St. Louie, con connects for Onti e7llle (!) 2:15 . u Padueab, Hickman, 132pm Jackson 15:'pm--Waverly Accommodation, 8:00am 8:00pm "Dixie Flyer" solid train 9:06am' to St. I.ouir (1ll:30pm Memphis and Tllckman 68am SOUTH AND EAST. M4am Chicago and Florida 5:13am Limited. l-SOa m St. L e n 1 s JaclcsonTUle fc56m "Dlila Flyar." con st y-i v " f t 't HTom-Chloago, Jntkeorvllla.... 9:2Bm 'Uixl Flyer." Sr"d "rain. Dining rare. i 30 p m JhattREftcja and .if . o0 Kast. Connections (!) i(n HhelbyTllle, Sparta, Fayett vllle, lluntsvdle, Tracy City, South Pittsburg. .fO ," inTullahoma Accommoda- KhlSaru tlnn. Connects for Shelby -ville. V ;i' p m Chattanooga, Atlanta :35am Augusta and points be yond, ' LEBANON TRAINS. " 00am Lebanon, Mixed. ").2&aru Iiebanon Express !2:10pm ':()0pm Lebanon Accommodation !6.40pm 00pm Lebanon Accommodation , !8:30ara "aily. IDally except Sunday. 7. M. HUNT, C. T. A., Maxwell House. POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House. IV, Ih DANLEY, G. P. A., Union Station. CREOLE HAIR A SOCIALITY C. R.BADOUX, MANUFACTURER Of HAIR GOODS, 220 Fifth Ave., N., NA5HVILLE, - TENNESSEE. Ten per cent discount to all whe present thto adrfertfsemejit. B. E. GREEN fe CO THE TINNER. Tin, Iron and Asphalt Roofing, Gutter ing nd Valleys and Stoves Repaired Special attentiM given to ! work. MSTwelftk Itmdi, forth, HatbTtlli, mi. WANTED Bright and iudus triousboy between 12 and 14 years of age, to run errands. E. R. Carney & Co., 312V34th Aye., N. HERMAN LOEB 809 BROADWAY Near 8th Avenue MEN'S WEAR Sails made to measure 018.00 up. Tills. AlA.. fi.Ti.1 r.fhfir nnlr.ta in thr , a w .v yvM,w u km w i state. The doctor is greatly encour- ageu. RfiV 'W.iR TTfe-ht nnrt Mr an A fra T D. Martin have returned from the An- uuai oi me m. ti. unurcn, which met at Johnson City. They. all lepuri a great session, ana in peo- 1 ii . . . . I iie mere are pieasea 10 nave . tvev. Hignt return to them for pastor. RftV. VI. Pnwnn lioff TVIVitiIow tri I - " " w v to v vat j I 4vX iV. rU..ii.-.. j . t x f I juiu iue lmiumuuga ueiegauou ior A1 A 1 f t- rw t ye m . I the A. M. E. Zion Conference, which - w vtf IH mPGt.i at MarvRvlllA nn tho IRth nef Rev. CJowan preached a most eloquent tA nt J t . n i . sermon last Sunday night to a laree and appreciative congregation. Col lection during the day was forty-one dollars and some cents. " Rev. W. iH. Boddle, Prof. H. B. Douglass and Miss Annie Lee Aikens and others left Tuesday this week for Tuliahoma to attend the A. M. E. Con ference which convenes there in the 19th inst. Mrs. Ida Northeut was very ill a few days last week, but is greatly im proved at this writing. Mrs. A. H. Eldrigge was at Scotts boro, Ala., on business recently. Mr. Eldridgo holds his own as insuranoe agent. Rev. F. M. Story, of Shelbyville, was here last week in the interest of the Baptist church. Mrs. Ophelia Holliday and children are the guests of Prof, and Mrs. II. B. Douglass this week. Master Victor Lightfoot leaves for one of Nashville's schools in a few days. Mrs. Emma Vivens is at Tuliahoma this week. The S. M. T. musical and soiree at the K. of P. Hall Saturday night, the 22nd, is an interesting and instructive affair. . Miss Maggie Hight was the teach er of the city school during the ab sence of - her brother, Rev. W. S. Hight. Mks Hight is an adept in mu sic. Miss Beatrice Hise has returned to Victoria after an absence . of ' more than a weeK. BUSHTOWN NOTES. Mrs. M. Tolliver, who has been ill for several weeks, Is improving. Mr. Bob Goodlett has erected a nice two-story brick on Spruce street. Revs. Joe Johnson is having him a nice cottage built. The A. M. E. Church had a basket meeting Sunday in their grove. Rev. Joe Johnson, of the Baptist Church, is carrying on a revival. Mrs. B. Williams, who has been on the sick list, is improving. Mrs. M. Hampton, of SDruce street. has gone to South Pittsburg to visit ner brotner, who Is quite ill at this writing. Miss B. P. Martin is ill at this writ ing. CLARKSVILLE NOTES. ' The citizens of Clarksville.will read with interest and pleasure the fact that Prof. Albert E. Greenlaw and family, the swoet-singers of Fisk TJni vcrsitv. but recently of Saskatchewan Canada, will return to Clarksville and make the'r permanent home. Thev have wen for themselves a national reputation in this line. Mrs. Green law and children are quietly and com fortably domiciled at 1030 Main street, Prof. Greenlaw remaining in Canada to oomplete his contract witt one of the leading white churches of the city, where he has been, employed as soloist and chorfster for several years. After which time, ho will join his famdly at Clarksville. Mr. Walter S. Grant, a prominently connected young man of our city, left several days ago for Flsk Univer sity, Nashville, where he Is now in school. Last year while attending tnf same university, he became very il of typhoid fevor end had to be sen home. But as he has fully recover 3' his health, makes an other start. Fo the past year he has been in the em ploy cf Dr. Robert T. Burt, of this city as stenographer. ' . Mr. Tom Cole, one of our forme' citizens, who returned from French Lick, Ind., a few weeks ago, has been suffering of fever. It is hoped by al of his friends that he will soon re cover. Miss Maggie Polk left Sunday morn ing for Roger Williams University, where she has been attending school for the past few years. She has prov en a credit to her pTirents.VMr. and Mrs. Polk, of Blenn street. Mr. Ernest Barksdale, one of the promising young men of our city, left Sunday morninc for St. Louis. Mo.. where he intends to make his futurr home. As he was passing through Hop kinsville, Ky., he was joined by Mr. Henry Haden, who moved to that city from Clarksville several months ago He also intends to make his home in St. Jouis. Mr. and Mrs. Barksda!e parents of the former young man moved to St. Louis some time ago where they have been successful In business. Dr. Burt made a flying trip to Chica go on business last week. Mrs. Laura Bush, of Round Pond, was thrown from ber busrtrv Saturday ' j - morning while driving out on Green- wood avenue. The hors foecama fri-yh'Yiert j - w m t va, uvtUuiw UaI ruJy, throwing Mrs. : Bush, wlio wa3 iioumug me lines, out or ine Duggy. Shft Wna hlrrli31 ts Tit- Tlni'o officii and though no serious injuries were Busxainea, sne was consiaerably bruised. She is much better to-day "u wiu-soon, recover. r . . Misses Pearline Belle and Lena Symes spent Friday in the city visit- itlf rplfltivpa Afro IJVanV QmUVt - e -w'vuf a kr a aj AiaAUAA Ul ioi i j. x vuiumcrie sireei :. m -r i Mr. Tom Johnson and wife, of Ghol- " v vuuhJ-xsu uuu II 11V) J 1 UUU1 son. Tpnn "U'Aro In fho ntv ThnronT street intersects Madison, his mule r J La t . i - was frightened at an automobile fhich as passing them at full sneed. He was thrown from the buggy, but as his wifo was not thrown out, he held on to the frightened animal, and was dragged about 200 yards. He was considerably bruised, though no serious injuries were sustained. Misses Eliza Myles" and Beatrice Whitfield left several days ago for Nashville, Tenn., where they will at tend Fisk University. They gradua ted with honors from the high school of this city the latter part of May. Rev. Drs. Mosley and Gilbert; the former being Secretary of Church Ex tension of C. M. E. Church, were in the city last week. Dr. Mosley preach ing a very touching and eloquent ser mon at the A. M. E. Church Sunday. Clarksville was all aglow last week with floral show and conference among the white citizens. On Monday evening, October 17, at 7:30, by the request of the citizens of Clarksville, the Prancing Picaninnies of Hopkinsville, Ky., entertained at the Masonic Hall with one of their latest and best comedy shows. The entertainment was1 given under the auspices of the Masonic Lodge. Re freshments were served after the show and every one passed a delight ful evening. On Sunday morning, October 16, an excursion left this city for Evans vine, returning Monday morning.- A great number of Clarksville's citizens spent a pleasant day there. Tuesday evening, October 18th, was the scene of a great bazaar and concert at Wesley Chapel C. M. E. Church, on Franklin street. Duricg the earlier part of the night an in teresting program consisting of solos, duets, etc., was rendered, while at a later hour refreshments were served. All spent an enjoyable evening. .Seo Misa Carrie M. Ballad, on Franklin street, for all kinds' of first class toilet articQcs. FRANKLIN NOTES. Kinsington Art Club met at Miss Nannie T. Watkins' last week. The following ofScers were elected: Mrs. Jake Shelburn, president; Mrs. II. J. Ewing, vice president; Miss Nannio T. Wilkins, secretary; Mrs. Fannie Wai dridge, assistant secretary: Miss L. E. IDavis, reporter; Mrs. Tabitha Partee, cnapi'ain. The club met at Mrs. T. A Williams thi3 week. Mrs. E. Norah Brooks is visiting her mother this week. Rev. C. II. Murry will preach his farewell sermon next Sunday. Rev. Lewis Johnson was in Hick man County last week visiting rela tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. B'-ax Rideout, of Nash ville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Farmer last Sunday. Mr. Rideout preached for Rev. B. N. Murry Sunday night. . . , Misses Delilah Ewing and Letitia Waddy gave a delightful entertain mcnt at Mrs. Millie Gibson's last Mon day night. Rev. C. H. Clark, D. D in"Franklin Special to the Globe. The First Missionary Baptist Church at Franklin, Tenn., received a gran'" treat from Mount Olive Bapts' Church at Nashville on last Sunday About twelve days previous to la Sunday the official brethren; with Rev J. T. Patton as pastor, planned t raise fifty dollars. Mr. Patton, who if working very hard in the interest o the church, asked his pastor, Rev. C II. Clark, to come out and speak t his people in the afternoon. Rev. Clark arrived at two o'clocl Ho was carried to Rev. Lewis Johr son's where he and his' wife, Mrs. C H. Clark, Miss Dizer Thomas, Mrf Matilda Duffie, of Nashville, Messrs W. anl J. T. Patton were served i delightful dinner by Mrs. Lewis' Johr son. After dinner all went to church where a crowded house awaited th expected guest. Rev. J. T. Pattn- read Phil. 1 for an opening lessor rayer was offered by Rev. B. N. Mu' T, after which Dr. Clark preached a 'mpressive sermon from Luke 16:2' His subject was "The Power of Merr "ry." He certainly made a lasting in ii esslon on the people of Franklin, u "ing them to think on this side r "temity. Rev. Clark is one of the pastors wh teaches that the church shoul 1rok after its sons wherever they b TeaMy. he is the yr.ung men's frier 'he world over. Those that accon "anied Dr. Clark were his wife, M-1.I-I. Clark, Mrs. Phil Douglass, Mr Mary' Rucker. Mrs. Sago, Martha Vaughns, Annie Young, Ann Waten - n . j .niiiio luuuf,, xiuu iv aici i Lulu Carson, Messrs. Will Peaks an Lee Bryant. The fifty dollars and moro was raised and the hero returned to his people on the six-o'clock train. Mr. II. C. Robins and Rev. J. T. Patton were at Beachful, Tenn., laet Tuesday on business. Misses Eliza Thomas and Matilda Duffie were the guests of Rev. Lewis Johnson and wife last Sunday. Mrs. Mary Rucker and Mrs. Phil Douglass, of Nashville, were guests of Mrs. II. J. Ewing last Sunday. ' Rev. C. H. Clark and wife, were en tertained by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis John son last Sunday. Rev. Hall preached at the Mission ary Baptist Church last Sunday night. -e BROWNSVILLE NOTES. Rev. T. J. Searcy, of Memphis, preached an excellent sermon last Sunday night at the First Baptist Church, from the text, "Watchman, what of the night?" The colored fair of Haywood County begins October 26. From all Indica tions this promises to be one of the best fairs given by the Haywood fair association. Mr. Henry Porter, of Mason, was In the city Tuesday night on business of importance. Since Miss Lulu Currie's visit to Nashville she is a constant reader of Nashville. A number of persons from the city went to Friendship last Sunday even ing to attend a rally. A fine time is reported. This congregation is mov ing on nicely under the pastorate of Rev. Hardin Smith. The funeral of Ms Florence Davis was preached at thex!. M. E. Church Sunday evening by the pastor, Rev. J. H. Colman, text, Rev. 2: 10 "Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life," DAYTON NOTES. Rev. A. P. Patton left this week for the A. M. E. Zion conference. He preached his farewell sermon Sunday night. Mrs. Henry Angles is able to be out again after a long spell of sick ness. Miss Mabel FranMIn, the organist for the Mt. Zion Baptist Church and Sunday-school, was absent last Sun day. Mr. Harry Green, of Chattanooga, has moved to our city. Rev. Patton preached an excellent sermon Sunday evening. His text was "We are crossing over." Prof. C. II. Powell has a crowded school. Miss Mary Franklin has the leading school at Hill City. Mr. Lonod Stephens, the principal of the Morgan Town school, is hav ing great success. Mrs. J. L. Lee visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green Sunday. Rev. J. P. Johnson preached here Sunday, also Thursday and Friday. e . CENTERVILLE NOTES. The officers of the Zion A. M. E. Church gave a very nice entertain ment in the hall on last Saturday night. They report that this was a financial success. The entertainment was given for the purpose of raising Conference claims. Miss C. A. Mahaffey, who has been teaching at Pinewooa, was forced to close school on account of attendance. She gave a concert on last Friday night. Dr. A. E. Posey, of Centerville, was present and gave an address which was enjoyed by all. Miss Roxie A. Hornbeak, who is teaching at Williamsport. was forced to ciose school last week on account or sicKness or her self. She was con fined to her bed for several days. She was auie to return to her school Sun day. Mrs. John Cathey, who is teaching ii -tvuens ureeK, is spending a few at.y nere uiis week visiting. Wm. Easley, Jr., is on the sick list. Rev. M. A. Halerburton, assisted by lev. R. Williams, carried on a very 'uccessful revival at Roberson Hill. The people -in this community will neet next Sunday and organize a hurch. They hope in the near future 'o build both a church and a school. Mr. Sam Easley, of Nasville. spent "unday here visiting his parents, Mr 'nd Mrs. Wm. Easley. PARIS NOTES. Mr. Eenj. Dunlap spent several days n Knoxviile this week. Mrs. Lela B. Caldwell left for Ta 'ucah last Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Howard, of Fulton, Ky 1 nthe city this week visiting her cther and relatives. Rov. R. H. Peoples is conducting a viva.l this week at the Mt. Zion Bap t Church -for Rev. G. P. Woodson. Little Nellie Lenlz Cavett is on the irk list this week. Prof. W. K. Erskin and mother en stained Rev. and Mrs. Hampton on he 16th Inst Th3 occasion was a ry pleasing one. The County Fair was well attended "t week and much fine stock exhib ed. Rev. G. P. Woodson will preach at Minn Chapel A. M. E. Church Sunday 'teraoon, October 23, for Rev. T. W. ampton. The entertainment entitled "The One-Cent Savings Dunk 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. BOSTICK. Vice-President. J. C NAPIER, Cashier. C N. LANGSTON. Teller. 41i Fourth Avenue, North, XA SU VILLE, TENNESSEE. W. A. ATTAWAY.M. D., Pres. W. H. COATS. Vice Pres. W. W. COX, Cashier. M. B, BlflVn. Ass't Cashier. Delta Penny Saving Bank INCORPORATED OCT., 1W4 CAPITAL... $ 3000.6o RESOURCES OVER 100.00. .00 Does a General Banking Business. M.ikes Loans on Approved Security. Pays Interest on Deposits. Collects Rent. PaysTaxes. Handles Keal Estate, etc. Correspond with us. Your Business, however small, is solicited. We Pay Four Per Cent. Interest on Time Deposits. INDIAJiOLA, : : : MISSISSIPPI. People's Bank & Trust Co. CAPITAL, $25,000.00, MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA. 4 Per Cent Interest On Time Deposits. i Deposits , Guaranteed. : i T. "" cOR. J. E. JOHNSON, President. Cashier JIABAS1A PENNY SAVINGS ME, BIRMINGHAM, ALA., : Capital Stock, $25,000.00. ' W. R. PETTI ford, President. J. O. Diffay, Vice President. B. II. Hudson, Cashier. P. F, Clark, Assistant Cashier. 2ir NORTH EIGHTEENTH ST. The People's Investment and Banking Company, BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Capital Stock. 50,000 Doing a regular banking business. Co 1 lections solicited. Depository for the Great Southern Industrial Home In surance Company. W. L. LAUDERDALE, President. DR. R. D. MACKLIN, Vice-President DR. S. H. THOMPSON, Cashier. REV. S. J. JACKSON, Teller and acting Cashier. : Solvent Savings Bank and Trust Co., 35)2 HE ALE AVE., MEMPHIS, TEN. CAPITAL 5 OCK $25,000.00. OFFICERS: R. R. CHURCH, President . . T. H HAYES 1st Vice-President J" jy .SAfP,RD- 2nd Vice-President MHCpAAYCE?rSeerFreSid, '. T. SETTLE,' Attorned' ASSiS,r'"' Ca5hiCr First of the Season," giren at Quinn Chapel last Friday night, conducted by Mrs. Hampton, was quite a success. So much so that a repetition of the Play is requested at the C. M. E. Church, West Paris. Mr. .ILafford Cooper, of Mempkis, will be here in a few days to visit friends and relatives. NEELYSVILLE (MO.) NOTES. Cotton picking L? claiming tho' at tention of most all tho fa sertlon. Rev. J. C. Turner is nronnHnu- in erect, a new barn on his farm three- umiwis oi a mno west of tho town Miss Ethel M. Wnlkor sunday in Poplar Bluff, tho guet of ii-ss iiana u Kobinson. Prof. T. O. WalW w,n school two weeks, beginning . pxt Fri day. During vacation he will attend the State Teachers' Association to bo held in St. Josera the latter part of this month. Mr. N. E. Townsend, of the firm ol Avant & Towneend, has boon very sick, but is much better at this writing. Rev. Wrn. Jackson, pastor of 'ihe C. M. 13. Church.' will r .m. . n a tun days for Conference, which convenes in St. Louis.