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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911.
NON RESIDENT NOTICE.
December Rules, 1911.
Jerry Robertson vs. Mary Robertson
In this cause it appearing to the sat
isfaction cf the Court that the defend
ant is a non-resident of the State of
Tennessee, tnierefore tho ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
her; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter her appearance here
in at th, October term of the David
son County Court Circuit to be holden
at tho Court House in Nashville,
Tennessee, on the 1st Monday in De
cember, it being a rule day of this
Court. a;id defend, or said complain
ant's bill will be taken for confessed
as to her and set for hearing ex parte.
It is therefore ordered that a copy of
this order be published for four weeks
in succession in the Nashville Globe,
a newspaper published in Nashville.
L. M. MITT, Clerk.
K. It. RUTHERFORD, D. C.
R. L. MAYFIELD.
Solicitor for Complainant
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
December Rules, 1911. ,
Thomas Sowell vs. Alice Sowell.
In this cause it appearing to the sat
isfaction of the Court that the defend
ant is a non resident of the State of
Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
her; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter her appearance here
in nf the October term of the David
son ''ounty Circuit Court to be holden
at the Court House in Nashville,
Tennessee, on the 1st Monday in De
cember, it being a rule day of this
Court, and defend, or said complain
ant's bill will be taken for confessed
as to her and set for hearing ex parte.
It is therefore ordered that a copy of
this order be published for four weeks
in succession in the Nashville Globe,
newepaner published in Nashville.
L. M. I1ITT, Clerk.
E. k. RUTHERFORD, I). C.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
Solicitor for Complainant.
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
December Rules, 1911.
Mollis Edwards vs. Richard Edwards.
In this cause it appearing to the sat
isfaction of the Ccurt that the defend
ant is a non resident of the State of
Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon
him; it is therefore ordered that said
defendant enter his appearance here
in at the OctobeT term of the David
son County Circuit Court, to be holden
at the Court House in Nashville.
Tennessee, on the 1st Monday in De
cember, it being a rule day of this
Court, and defend, or said complain
ant's bill will be taken for confessed
as to him and set for hearing ex parte.
It is therefore ordered that a copy of
tnis order be published for four weeks
in succession in the Nashville Globe,
a newspaper published in Nashville.
L. M. HITT, Clerk.
E. R. RUTHERFORD, D. C.
R. L. MAYFIELD,
Solicitor for Complainant.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank the many friends
for their kindness shown during tho
illness and death of our dear daughter
and sister, Lydia T. Summer. We
also wish to express our appreciation
to those who contributed the beauti
ful floral designs. Respectfully,
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Thornton and
family.
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. T. W. Haigler and brother
wish to extend their heartfelt thanks
to the ministers of all denominations,
and many friends of our departed one,
for their sympathy and hospitality
rendered us, and also for the many
beautiful designs.
Mrs. Haigler and Brother.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness shown us during
tho illness of our dear sister and
daughter, Alberta, and also the Taber
nacle Baptist Church Sunday-School
and Choir and friends for their beau
tiful floral designs.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rivers.
Mrs. Annie Robinson.
Miss Ophelia G. Rivers.
a. WTDOIUUCU til UUUICI. t j
f Delicious, Wholesome,
Kelievca fatigue y
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Drink
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If not, the owner will certainly have it wired.
Tell the Agent-you must have ELECTRIC LIGHT you want the
best, of course. '
NASHVILLE
SPORT
FOOTBALL.
By C. L. McAllesier.
Morris Brown College the First Vic
tim of the Tigers at Atlanta.
Special to the lobe.
The Baptist Tigers lined up against
Morris Brown College for the first
game of the season and administered
to her a defeat to the tune of 50 to
0
Morris Brown is to be encouraged
from the fact that this was her first
attempt at the game. The Tigers lost
many of her old players last year,
but the spirit that was left in the rest
of the men was in "evidence Saturday which will convene at St. John A.
when the mighty backs were hurled M. E. Church. Several of his mem
through their opponents' line at will, bers will go with him; we are ex
Coaches Bullock, of Dartmouth pecting his return as pastor; we are
lame, and Archer, of Colgate, stood in much pleased with him and his year's
the side line and saw their boys work. work. Mr. Leonard Hutcherson re
Tfce spectacular plays that had ben turned home from Nashville last
taught them by hard training. The Wednesday.. He spent several weeks
game wa3 characterized by fumbling, then- with relatives and friends,
as the opening games usually are. ,
Morris Brown was game to the last,
and contended for every inch gained.
This was the Tigers' first vctim of the
season and a watchword to the oth
ers that they may expect the same.
STEVENSON (ALA.) NOTES.
The revival that has been go'ng on
at the Morning Star M. B. Church
closed last Sunday with two 'con
verts. Mr. Abron Josepjhs has built
a nice little house for his family. He
is a reader of the Globe. The rally
at the C. P. Church Sunday was"
quite a success. Mr. Wm. Young and
Mr. Willie ) Tally took a pleasant
drive to Cedar Grove last Sunday.
One of the brick masons that are en
gaged in work in our town met with
; . i .i a m . . .i 1
teacher, is a reader of the G'obe. Miss :
Scruggs says that the Nashville j
Globe is a fine paper and every Ne-1
gro should have it in thir home; she
uie, cue
says also the race will never be what 1
it should and ought to be unless we
put our forces together and build up
our own enterprises.
PARIS NOTES. I
a fev, !,!, The revival .. !!
progress at the Mt. Zion Baptist
Chrfreh, conducted by Rev. Bernette. !
Master Cornell Atkins has returned
from Memphis after a two week's
visit. The Old Maids' Association ,
romlnr ,1 Onlnr, Pnpl A M
' i nuron ast Tuesday nigm. hi
lesuay inguu
was very amusing. Mr. Henry l.ov -
ng leu ior ttiempnis mis wen. ".
t i n -.v tt 1
Mattie Brown and son left for East
St. Louis last Sunday. Mrs
MfnntA
ni. Liuuis last, ouuuaj. nno. ;hmmi
,.. Sa,fcs .who has been (or,
'M:-ny days, is reported up again, als
Mrs." Lona Mai Golden, who has been
mi
sick, is reported much better.
Louise Johnson, of McKenzie, made
a short visit last week to her friends, j
Misses Marion Epps and Willie B.
Dinwiddle. The annual conference
r illy will be held at Quinn Chapel A.
M. E. Church Sunday, the 29th Inst.
All the city pastors with congrega
tions have been cordially Invited. On
Monday nieht, the 30t.h, the "Tom
Thumb Wedding" at Quinn Chapel
j promises to be of much interest. The
briday party will consist or twenty
tots.
WILLIAMSPORT NOTES.
Mrs. J. A. Jackson, of Nashville,
the president of the Home and For
eign Mission Society, was here last
Wednesday and Thursday. She lec
tured Wednesday night. Mrs. A. Rus
sell read a paper: Mrs. Recce Flowers
.ind Mrs. lh'rvie Hudson sang a duet;
Mrs. L. S. Collins read a paper; Mrs.
Tennie Russell sang a solo and read
a paper. After the recital they were
entertained with a reception given by
the missionary ladies. Rev. Bryant,
of Grace's Branch, was here Sunday.
He preached both day and night for
Rev. N. Smith. Miss Maud Williams
came home Friday from Chestnut
Ridge, where she is teaching. She
was accompanied by Miss Ethel Gray
and Miss Princes Foster, of TheVn,
They returned home Monday. While
he'-e they were the guests of Miss
Annie Church Saturday night. Mrs
Hattte Wade and little daughter, of
Little Lot, were the guests of her sis
ter. Mrs. Linnie Flowers, recently
HE AG EN I
"is the House Wired
for l.lectric Lights?"
RAILWAY &
Mrs. Mary A. Jones and little daugh-
ter, of Tinnell pike, were the guests
oi airs, j-ifiien Harris recently, ivnss
es Myrtle Wad kins and Sophia Crow
were the guests of Miss Anice Alder
son Sunday afternoon. Miss Alice
Woods left last Monday for Nashville,
where she will spend a month or two.
Mr. Howard F. Hutchers and Mr.
Maury Gantt made a flying trip to Co
lumbia Sunday. Mrs. Sallie Stray
horn is sick. Miss Mary P; Crosby
is able to be up again at this writing.
Mrs. J. A. Jackson while, here was
tho guest of Mrs. Tennie Russell and
Mrs. Burrcll Russell. Rev. N. Smith
left Tuesday for Nashville, where he
will attend the annual conference
ROGER WILLIAMS NOTES.
Conveniences for day students have
improved no little. There will be
transportation to and from the car
line mornings and afternoons for the
benefit of the young people who are
disposed to attend school out at the
school tis year. .There shall be no
more dread of the mud and slush so
many have experienced during the
very unpleasant wintry months along
the White's Creek pike. Parents
who have had such a horror to the
exposure along the pike ban forceful-'
ly say, "never more."
The Executive Board of the State
Baptist Convention, convened in the
city last week and all the members
visited Roger Williams last Friday,
the plant, spoke encouragingly before
' he student body. Some said that the
progress had been a. little short of
miraculous. All were pleasantly sur-
!j t Vin nornioniMioT nf tliff achnnl :
' "rr:':Z T'A TV r :;;;.
each went away enthused and encour
aged to do greater things for the
school. I
The Religious ind Literary socle-!
tln t ftin or.bnnl orii In full hlflfit nOW I
... oao nf otiirttmt Ufa1
' 'J, ftm llas char6e
1 ;V m , , n.-thfiiiiv wf.lrHn
f tat""c J Jj 2 ie ha. SS :
to torn the er .al he . has on ;
tootbaU t arn rjVw'Si.'
' .III IS Jli.il mew t..o.t vi. , .
vith McConico bae'e In the game
, ith th boyg
- Wil17ma tpn.m wni
", wt, nnA wiat nnn nrnhnblv
jJiaj iicMaiij cinu w.i f v
ut.ij i tv.n rtlro o trTn nut nf
aiUeil aim iucm jaivc ti i. r
, , ... i.,f nr.a haavv
l , Uta . a. . U MT
";am utl!'1 ,', ...,. tpnrn ,have
Six members of las t j ca tean .have
returned: Allen, Cant, Andrews, Joe
. 0 tries, r . jeuriea, nuira, iim,mvh
md McConico. The new aspirants
nrr: Alsun. Jones, Dozier, Nofleet,
Sirse. Cantrcll, Ellis and Powell and
many others who do not show to be
first-class material.
WINCHESTER NOTES
Miss Violet Arnet.t gave an after
noon tea in honor of Mr. Charlie
Gray, who was about to make his de
parture for Memphis, Tenn. Mr.
Gray leaves many warm friends be
hind. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gil
bn-ath left Saturday evening for Gur
ey, Ala., where they will make their
. siric
home. Mr. Charlie Prothe
thlQ v hnno h wni he out
: , ,!,, linc HTnr.irv A TJnr.
iw. v.. . . . .. i--
111 a 1C UCIJO. mioo iuuuou
who has been visiting frlenrls
nr,,i rdoHvra in Atlantn P.n . and
Chattanooga. Tenn., is now visiting
.iiiu wuu . o ... "i
Mrs. Charlie Prothro, of this city.
Miss Norris will leave in a rew days
for Nashville. Miss Alberta Cunning
ham will leave in a few days to at
tend Fisk University at Nashville.
Mr. Oscar Childress dt-llvercd an ad
dress at the Mt. Zion Church Wednes
day night..
OAKLAND NOTES.
One of the most entertaining treats
of the week was the concert given
by Miss Ether Belle Howell Friday
nisht. A creditable programme was
rendered. Quite a number of dls
tinguished persons were present,
Among them were Rev. and Mrs.
3
LIGHT CO-
ff r
3 cars of large Red Apples
Greening apples, large
ones, peck
Irish Potatoes, large,
mealy stock, peck ....
..25c
...25c
..20c
...18c
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
Sweet Potatoes, large,
Waxy stock, peck
Cream Cheese, the best,
per pound. . .... ......
Pure Country Lard,
8 pounds
Leaf Lard, sweet and
grainy, 8 pounds . .
Compound Lard (the
odorless pearl n lbs. .
New Pack Tomatoes, sanitary
cans. No 3s per can 10c. lC
So. 2s 3 cans :uuC
Quaker Oats, new arrivals
package , . .
10c
National Oats, new arrivals
package
9c
Mothers Oits. new arrivals Of
3 packages. uuQ.
New Krout, long white
shredded, pound
4c
Evaporated Apples
12c
I fll f 1 WUUV4
r- xs
A. Rodgcrs, Mrs. Leslie Johnson and
brother, Willie, MissS . J. Smith, Mr.
L. J. Perry, Mr. B. R. Fllppin and
daughter. W7e were very glad tot
welcome Miss Cora B. Flippin home
! 1, t, ; 1 1 A i.
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I ,v M, 1
V, 7 T
wa,B.iiiiiu u111.11 ueeeuiuei.
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1 s i y
was very good indeed, uev. Holmes
preached a good collection was
raised on the pews' fund. Mrs. ' R.
L. Danridge and sister, Miss Cora B.
Flippin, entertained Sunday afternoon
at 4 o'clock. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. C. Wr. Walton,
Prof, and Mrs. L. H. Walker and
their cute little sons, Miss II. E. Wal
ton. Mr. Georire Ravnor. Mr. Morean
Walton and Mrs. J. C. Montague.
three-course menu was served. Mr.
k. Jones and Miss A. R. Moss visit
?
3 Pi n n M
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BIG
SATURDAY.
Large
I Retail
ed the home of Miss Gertrude Monta- very flourishing, notwithstanding the
gUe Sunday. The farmers on Oak- prices of cotton are low. Everybody
- land's R. F. D. route are busy
vesting their crops. Some are gath
W. 1 erlng corn, a few are cutting hay,
R.B. m TABLE
Louisville & Nashville 11. R.
New Uaion Slatliin. City TicLrt Offira, 221
Fourth avenue. Telephone Main 7jS.
(Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910.)
NORTII NORTHEAST
I.eavks. Arrives.
3:10 am Louisville A Cincinnati 2:15 am
8.05 am Netv York Special (through
mm-v Ire) 8:35 pro
Siw pm-New York Limited
(through srrvlrel 8:05 ana
1112:15 pin-Louisville Accommoda
tion a:i.00 pra
:?:20 am Kvtuisviile A Chicago 2:05 am
S: J'J am KvattHVllle A St. Louis..!.. 2:05 am
7:-.'5 a m Kvansvtlle A St. Louis....' 8:25 pra
7:-5 pin ThtJ Chicago Limited 7.55 am
4:10 pm Kvansville A Chicago
(Dixie Flyer) 11:42 am
7:55 pm The Bt. Louis Flyer 7:55 am
SOUTH.
2 25 am P.Irmlnghain, Montgom
ery Mobile, New Orleans.... 2.53 am
8:25 am Birmingham,) Montgom
ery, Mobile, New Orleans 7:40 pm
9:05 pm Birmingham and Mont
gomery 7.00 am
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS.
!3.10 pm Nashville A Scottsville Ac
commodation 110 10 am
!5.10 pm Nashvl.le A llartsvlll'e
Accommodation 7 45 am
5.45 pra Ilopklnsvllle Accommo
dation 955 am
3:50 pm Nashville A Decatur Ac
commodation 10 10 uu
!3.50 pm Columbia A Mt. Pleasant 6.35 pm
7:40 am Columbia, Florence, Shef
field and Tuscumbia 6:00 pm
4:15 pm Nashville A Clarksvllle
Accommodation 8 23 am
710 am Franklin and Columbia.. 10 10 am
2 35 pm interurhan 12-35 pm
3 50 pm Interurban 4.45 pm
7.00 pm Intorurban 6 35 pm
! Daily except Sunday.
a Stopat North College station.
Train arriving at 7 40 p. m. and 7 15 a. m.
brines connections from Tuscumbla and
Florence.
U. C. WA LL1S. District assencer Agt.
V. II. M USTAINE, City Passenger Agt
WSUVILH! IVmiUIHUNRAlL
WAY. Train Schedule.
Effective Wednesday, June 1, 19H).
Northbound.
Leave Arrive
Franklin. Nashvlll.
:00 am 7:00 am
7 00 am 8:00 am
8:00 am 9:00 am
9:00 am 10:00 am
10:00 am 11:00 am
12:00 noon 1:00 pm
1:00 pm . 2:00 pm
3:00 pro 4:00 pm
4:00 pm 5:00 pm
fi:00 pm 7:00 pra
7:00 pm : 8:00 pm
0:30 pm 11:30pm
Southbound.
Leave Arrive
Nashville. " Franklin.
7:00 am 8:00 am
8:00 am 9:00 am
9:00 am 10:00 am
10:00 am 11-00 am
12:00 noon 1:00 pm
1:00 pm 2:00 pm
3:00 pm 4:00 pm
4:00 pm 5:00 pm
5:00 pm 6:00 pm
6:00 pm 7:00 pra
7:00 pm 8:00 pm
9:00 pm 10:00 pm
11:30 pm 12:30 am
MIDDLE TENNESSEE IAII ROAD.
Sahedule Effective Wednesday, June 1, 1810.
Leave Leatherwood 6:15 am 2j00 pm
Arrive Franklin 7:45 am 3:30 pm
Leave Franklin ...10:00 am 4:00 pm
Arrive Leatherwood ...11:30 am 6:30 pm
Subject to change vlthout notice.
N. C. & ST. l Ky-
TlCKKT OrFICKS:
Union Station, Broad
way; City Oil'ice, Max
well house, coiner
Church at. and Fourth
Ave. N'M Phone Mala
577.
HCorrect Nov. 23, 1910.)
WEST AND NOUTIIWEST.
Leaves. Arrlvea.
7 00 am Memphis, . Hickman,
Paducah, St. Louis,
connects for Centre
vllle (!) 8:35 pm
ill pm Jackson, Memphis,
Hickman, Paducah... 1:32 pm
5:30 nm-Waverly, Accommo
dation, connects for
Centrevllle 8 -.00 am -
800 pm "Dixie Flyer," solid
train to St. Louis 8:35 am
11-30 pm Memphis and Hick
man 6.50 am
SOUTH AND EAST.
'.:25 am Chattanooga and At
lanta 2:55 am
9-30 am St. Louis-Jacksonville,
"Dixie Flyer,"
connections (!) for all
branch line points.... 6:55 pm
11 55 am ''Dixie Flyei "--Solid
vestlbuled t r a 1 n to
Chattanooga, Atlanta
and Jacksonville. Din
ing cars :0'i pm
8:20 pm Chattanooua and con
necting (!) for Shel
bv'ille, Spnrta, Fny
eiteville, Huntsvllle.
Tracy City, South
Pittsburg 10:5U am
0:00 pm Tullahoma Accommo
dation (connects for
Hhelbyvllle) m.... 8.16 am
9 30 pm Chattanooga, Atlanta,
Sleeper to New York. 6 35 am
LEBANON TRAINS.
7 00 am Lebanon Mixed
9 25 am Lebanon Ex press...... 12:10 pm
4 00 pm Lebanon Accom 6 40 pm
5 no pm i-enanon fvecom o:-x am
!Daily except Sunday.
W.M.HUNT, City Ticket Agent, Maxwell
House.
POWELL PHILLIPS, P. A., Maxwell
House; W. L. DANLEY, 0. P. A., Union
station.
A
W.
- many are picking cotton. Times look
har - jg getting well again, after such a
- plague of chills and fever nas passed
and over.

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