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j NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1912.
R. R. TIME TABLE Louisville & Nashville R. D. New VnUu fil.li... Cily Tich.t OU1-. CI Kturlk van. Tlpfcon Iliii75i. , (Corrected to Dec 4, 1910.) WHY FAY won Yy Ir o; cr ,vi ti 'W LnllSaUYJ U 5 iiBjMMinm ri -L.iii.ni..iiinu--Jj.irri wm m. mm -iu i nm, t MaiEnnuwii n n iwhwii j ji ii " " "1 I niC I i J. ; 5 1 The Star Realty and Investment Co. Offers you 20 Choice lots near the State Normal School and adjoining the New City Park. The lo cation is high and dry. Just the place for those who are desirous of getting away from the smoke and dust of the City. Listen! Terms Reasonable, Small Monthly Payments We Have 20, 25 ft. Lots and 50, 50 ft. Lots. Agent will show you if you desire. Star Realty and Investment Company 4.0 Cedar Street "AY" People's Bank and Tru Co. I -i TENNESSEE COLORED FAIR ASSOCIATION FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION TO BE HELD AT mi NASHVILLE, TENN., FIVE DAYS SEPT. 24 to 28, 1912 GET YOUR FOURTH of JULY GOODS V ? ? ? f T v t t y f y V V y V ? Y AT E. A. GLENNON'S 1 417 12th Avenue, N. Phone, Main 2556 Finest brands of Canned Goods. Best Staple and Fancy Groceries. Butter, Eggs and Chickens received daily from the country IT IS A SAFE PLACE TO TRADE Y f t t f f f t For Sale New 3 room cottages 25th and Ala meda Streets, in beautiful Hefferman Place, two blooks south of Jefferson St. car line. Near Fisk University, State Normal, New Shops and Hadley Park. These houses have cabinet mantles, poTches, water, outbuildings and all fenced. Lots are 50x140 and covered with rich soil. They can be bought for small cash payments, the balance rent and interest lilt KUItK AND KGE TIIKSK VACANT LOTS $5 CASH, S5 MONTHLY W. T. FITZPATKICK, Owner 31T iUU AVE., N. PIIOM: MAIN 42..L, I There is no question about the out come. I have trained too many athi'ctes land have been in athletics too long ! to be fooled about a fighter as to his : condition and his ability. I have seen Flynn in training. He is in great shape. This cannot be denied by even the rankest amateur. Flynn is a ! good fighter, but he lacks the fcize and cleverness. Johnson will stand off and box Flynn and I expect him i to use his left to peck Flynn to i pieces and his right uppercut for the : hard punches. But I do believe this ; will be a 100 per cent, better fight ; than the one in Reno with Jefferies I and 9". Tuir font hpttpr ficht than the one in Australia with Tommy Burns. Ith Avenue Theatre Johnson-Flyim Fight Will Be Detailed By Special Wire From the RINGSIDE at the 12(h Avenue Theatre and the" New South Theatre South and Kayne Streetm 5 Big Acts Always Something Hew Doors Open at 1:30 p. m. ADMISSION 5 and 10 CENTS 12th Ave., and Cedar St, Change of Program Twice a Week New line of Patent leather befts, red, white, blue and black, each 25c, at J. H. Foreman, 11th and Jefferson. JOHNSON AND FLANAGAN TELL WHY JACK WILL' WIN. ( By Jack Johnson. Las-. Vegas, .Time 29. Never in the history of the boxing game has a good little .man, been able, to whip a good big- man. For this reason alone I will defeat Jim Flynn when we meet July 4 to decide which man is rem'ly champion of the world. I am no more doubtful about the out come than I am that Barney Oldfleld beat me in an auto race in Los A'ngeles and he sure made me look like a cheap selling plater in that event. 1 consider Flynn the best white fighter before the public today. But he is not big enough -or clover enough to win. ii realize that ho is a bull dog. Ho fights until he cunnot stand .iip. He .'doesn't know whVU it means to quit. He has many good qualities. but he lacks the size and cleverness, Some say I have not trained carefully, That is a mistake. I have trained as carefully as anyone could. I am in better shape than I look to be. My r.. i i menus neea not worry about my punch and everything else it takes to beat a man like Flynn. I am not underestimating Flynn in the least. I wilj depend on my clever ness to allow me to put over the punches that will send him to the can vas and I hope to win inside of fif teen rounds. By Tom Flanagan. Manager of Jack Johnson. They had nie a bit worried about the condition of Johnson 1 for-; I came to the camp. I have not worried Fince. I arr satisfied, lie may not be In the condition he wa? at Heno, but he was perfect then and bo will WILLIAMSPORT NOTES. Mrs. Harvie Hudson went to M ay field last Friday to visit her sister. She returned home Sunday, reporting a nice time. Miss Maggie Wilson, of Nashvi'le, is out visiting her sister, Mrs. Daniel Sowell. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Gantt are the proud parents of a beautiful baby girl. She will be known as Miss Blma Allene. Misses Maggie B. Crosby, Sallie A. Al'derson. of this place. Miss Julia Jackson, of Alabama, Messrs. Felix Webster and Willie Copelin were the guests of Miss L. T. Williams Sun day, June 23rd. The Misses Green field attended the Maury County Teachers' Institute, which convened in Columbia two weeks ago. They report a nice time. Miss L. S. Col lins and little niece, Annie Petty, of Columbia, were the guests of Mrs. Scwell from Saturday until Monday, Mrs. Henry Russell and little daugh Ur were here recently vis'ting rela tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Cross, of Mt. Pleasant were here Sunday. . Mrs. Annie M. Frazler and children, of Mt. Peasant, were here Sunday. Mrs. Eugene Foggy, of Graces Branch, was here Saturday and Sunday. She was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Alderson. Mr, and Mrs. Sandy Steward, of Leather wood, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Russell Sunday. Misses Annie Petty of Columbia, and Elvira Fitzgerald were the guests for dinner of MIbb Sallie A. AAlerson. A five r nurse imnu was served. Mr. Scott Crosbv and siMer, Mrs. Maggie Rus m-U. of Centerville. were to attend the funeral of their mother, Mrs l.tiiira Crosbv. Sunday. Mrs. Bettie Hooker and children, of Mt Pleasant, were hero Sunday attending the 'un i ral of their mot.lt. -r and grandmother, ! Mrs. Laura Crosby. Mr. Lugne I Johnson, of Nashville, is here visiting j relatives and friends. The funera'n I of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Knowles (and Mrs. I -aura Crosby were preach ed Sunday at 11:30 a. m. and 3 p. m. officiating were: Rev. Charles Web ster, of this place; Rev. I. J. Ed wards, of Mt Pleasant; Rev. Harris, of Centerville. The funeral was largely attended by people from all neighboring townB. Sunday was a gpomy day for church goers; yet be fore ljO o'clock quite a number had as sembled. This being the day set apart to attend the funeral of Rev. C. W. Norman, Sister Laura Crosby, Bro. Jim Knowles and Sister Emerly Knowles, his wife, Rev. N. Smith introduced Rev. Harris, of Center ville, who read for the Scripture les son 2 Timothy 4:148. Rev. I. J. Ed wards was introduced, and lined a hymn, "Servant of God well done." Prayer was offered by Bro. John Hut cherson. A paper was read by Mrs. A. M. Russell on the life of Rev. C. W. Norman as once the pastor at Williamsport. Rev. C. W. Norman's funeral was preached by Rev. N. Smith and; Dr. I. J. Edwards, of Mt. Pleasant. Rev. Harris, Rev. Charles Webster spoke on the life of Rev. C. W. Norman. Sister Laura Crosby's funeral was preached by Rev. N. pmith. Revs. Charles Webster, Har ris and Edwards spoke on the life bf .the deceased sister. Brotner ana cictor run Knowles funeral was preached by Rev. N. Smith and Rev. Harris, of Centerville. Rev. Charles Webster and Dr. I. J. Edwards spoke on the life of each. Each minister preached Gospel sermons. Shouts of praise we heard from all parts of the audience. The I. O. K. S. was regailed in honor of their deceased brother and sister. We thank Mrs. A. L. W'atkins, the organist,' and choir for their excellent music for the oc casion. Several hundreds attended the services. No services at night. . DECATURVILLE NOTES. The Sabbath-school was very large ly attended Sunday. Anniversary and Thanksgiving Day of the Knights of Honor and Knights and Ladies of Honor were celebrated at this place Sunday. Many excellent lectures were delivered and papers by Misses Lessie Scott and Madge White. Ser mon was preached by RevTTTF: White at 11 a, m. and Rev. W. M. Oliver at 7:30 p. m. Both were wholesome. The farmers are handi capped in this section on account of so much rain. Mr. H. C. Yarbro and Mr. Wash Pettigrew were called to Perryville Sunday to visit the bed side of their grandson, Master Gradie Pettigrew, who has nis leg uiuneu. Miss .Timmie Pettigrew went to Par ent Saturday to attend a picnic given w tho Atasonic Lodge. Miss Gretch- on Varhm is n ierryvine tins wcn. t -ntto. whitP w. M. oi tne u. rj. a t nflra t exnectine a grand meet ine Friday. Mr. Willis Scott is able Kr. m,t Airs. Esther Scott, of Per- rwiiiP. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walk er this week. Rev. T. P. White was u ,rtCf rtf Mr and Mrs. G. W. r et ui t? feUCDt Wl - - tierew Sunday. Every Negro should read the Globe. M. B. Frlerson left for the country, where ehe will spend two or three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Izora Lockridge. LIVINGSTON NOTES. Livingston Circuit is alive with children's day. It was celebrated as follows. On the third Sunday the M. E. Church at Livingston entered into her children's day celebration with Sister Hattle Bolten, conductor,, and Miss Willie J. Simpson, organist. On the fourth Sunday it was a high day at Cane Ridge with the children, with Sister Maud Garrette superinten dent in the lead and Miss Mary Pointer, graphophone operator. On the fifth Sunday the crowning stone was put on; in leading in finances and a basket dinner in celebrating children's day at Spring Creek, with Miss Malissa A. Gardenhier superin tendent, conductor, and Miss Gracie Fifer, graphophone operator. The mark of display made by the chil dren shows the great work and care ful preparation wrought by the hands of the leaders. We thank them for all their care and kindness. Total collection, $11.66. The Rev. H. W. Rucker pastor in charge, preached for the children at each service. Sister Hattie Bolten, who has been sick for two weeks, is much better at this writing. Farming is hindered very much on the account of so much rain.i N0ITH NOHTHEAST 110 am l.oulilll A Cincinnati MbwU I ittN iw York Bpecial (through rvlco) MB Ota t-M pa-Nw York United (through nervlce) SOm pm(,ouiiYi;ie Accommoda tion 14rb l: m KanTtllo A Chicago Mla 1:21 aiu-tfvant.nie fc 8k Louia IUk 7: aro-lCTaBSTlllei 8t. Lonla Mf 1CA pra-Tho Chicago Limited Itf fexft 4:10 pn-ETaiUTlllo A Chicago (I)Uleriyor) Uttta 746 pm-Thi Bt. Louis Yljur ISftMb BOUTH. I.K am Birmingham, Kootfona- rj Mobile, New Orlenna. ... Otta MB am Birmingham,, Montgon or y. Mobile, New Orloana TdtCJta 140 pm Birmingham and Moat- gomery TjOgm ACCOMMODATION TRAINS. H:lt pm NMhville A ScottsvUU Ao- - coramoaauon... nojSfcM S.10 pm-NaafcTUle HartavUle Accommodation llQttSi 14 pm liopklntTille Aeeommo don C93b SiftO pm Nashville Decatur Ac commodation M-ttMfe B.SO pm Columbia A Mt. Pleaeaat t4Sia 7:40 am Columbia, Florence. Shef field and Tuscumbla Htaaa 4:16 pm-NfAhTllle Clatkavllle Accommodation 8 S Ma am-Franklin and Columbia., tt 10 am 156 pm Interurban IHlpa t w pm loierurDin , . 7.w pm interurban i I Dally except Sunday. a Stop at North College station. Train arriving at 7.40 p. m. and T il a r brings connections from Tuaeuabia Florence. R. C. WALUS, PUtrlet PinwM Af MT. II. UUaTAINC. City reaKBgo UNA NOTES. Mrs. Nancy Cook is suffering from, stroke of paralysis. Mr. Robert Foster,.., Sr,.. is ,much better. Miss Byrd Foster is sick. The Benevolent Society will have their annual sermon at Solomon Chapeli A. M. E. Church on the second Sunday. The delegates of Solomon Chapel A. M. E. Church and Sunday-school will leave for Dis trict Conference and Sunday-School Convention next week. Miss Carrie Battle spent last Sunday night with Miss Bessie Lee Searcy. Prof. Ira T. Bryant passed through here last Sunday. Mrs. Victoria Milter continu es ill. Mrs. Vann Searcy was M1, gueet.o; ner mauwicaurs. iviag tianis, -re enter the ring in about an pood .l:ijp' iTh"e who assisted Rev, N. Smith in MASON NOTES. tv, cpimni teachers of our city and surrounding districts are attending the colored Tipton County Normal at Covington, Tenn., wnicn wm two weeks, closing July Bin. mr. Henry Porter made a Dusiness my to the Bluff City last week. The great 1912 Ruffln building at it app en graved in tone just over the front middle winaow oi me buuu Dlv"' is almost completed. When completed the building will be occupied by col ored people. Miss Ester Lee Fields woo isn the s ok 1 St last ween. ui. R. S. Fields, our city physician, has revived from a few days' ninesa. ivubb Hoi inhnRon cranddaughter of Mrs. ..V..V... , ..... IJ T.ueinrla McNeal. has lelt 10 reaiuo with her father in the city oi Mem phis. Mrs. Daniel uougiass, me pi" prletress of our city restaurant, is very sick at this writing. Mr. uarvty juj.- fln made a trip to Brownsville iasi c-itnriinv on Insurance business. Rev. tnapnh Harrison and Dr. D. W. Fields, both of Memphis, were in the city last Sunday and Monaay. mm Mattie Adams and Mr. Townsend hnih nf rovincton. Tenn., were m the city last Sunday to see Dr. B. L, Ruffin. The wedding bells have rung twice in our city within the last two . ( COLUMBIA NOTES. Miss Ix)ura Fields, John. Bass Jennie V. Anderson, Wes'iey Maney and Eunhia Dean, of Nashville, were the cuests of Miss Georgie M. Wheat- lev this week: on Wednesday Miss Wheatley entertiined a limited num ber of friends in honor of her guests; nnrlor cames were enjoyed. The cuests were, besides the honorees Miss Carnelia. Johnson. Miss Eddie .Tnlinson. Miss Willie V. Ains, Miss Ida Halfacre, Miss Sarah Dooley, Mr, Chas. Lawrence, Mr. Solomon dalr Mr. Robt. Foster, Mr. John Kei'ly, Mr, Rov Kennedy. Robert Johnson, v II lard Dobbins. Walter Green, Jr., Dr, B. F. Davis, Dr. L. II. Gilmore, Robt. King and Eugene Williams. Mrs last Sunday. Mrs. J. A. Miller is indisposed at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Finney were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Miller last Sun day. Mr. R. I. Foster, Jr., has an. ex cellent crop this year. Mrs. Cornelia Rucker was the guest of her. .Bistswv Mrs. Mary Watson, last week. Mr. Hiram Smith, an aged citizen of . this community, continues! Ml at this writ ing. Mrs. Ellen Leath and children spent last Sunday with Mrs. M. Brad ford. Rev. T. J. Eatherly will preach a special sermon at Solomon Chapel A. M. E. Church next Sunday. Mr. R. I. Foster and Mrs. BeWe Cannon are regular readers of the Globe. Revs. C. H. Simmons and T. J. Eatherly called to see Mr. Hiram Smith last Sunday. Mr. Robert Fos ter and wife attended the sermon of the Sons and Daughters of Charity last Sunday at Bryant Town. Rev. J . H. Harding and his newly wedded bride paid a visit to the flatters' home a few weeks ago, and spent a good time. Mrs. Louis Hanna is sick at this writing. N. C& ST. L lly. Ticket Qrwmm Union Statlea, Beer$ way; City Offloa, tb well1 house, ohpt Charon St. and Fan- Ato. N., Phone tuli 177. (Correct Nor. , Illl.) WEST AND NORTHWEST. Leave. Atrfcrej. 70 am Memphis, Hickman, Padaoah, St. Leula, oennecta for Ceatre ! (I)........ M P fcVpm Jaekson, Memphis, Hickman, Faduoah... I St pm , HO pm WaTerly, Aooommo datlon, connects for CentreTllle' 8 aam 140 pm "Dixie Flyer," solid train to Bt. Louis 8 tm 110 pra-Msm phis and Hick man tJSt aaa SOUTH AND EAST. U am Chattanooga and At lanta SM asm t40 am St. L o u I s-Jackson-ville. "Dixie Flyer," connections (!) for all branch Una points., i B$i pas . llj6am-"Dlilo Flyer". -Solid Testlbuled train to Chattanooga, Atlanta and Jacksonrllle. Din ing cars ejW pea M9 nm Chattanooga and con necting (!) for Shel by Till e, Sparta, Fay ettevllle, UuntSTllle. Tracy City, South Pittsburg 104 an MM pm Tullahoma Accommo dation (connects for Shelbyvllle) m.... ill asn JO pm Chattanooga, Atlanta, . Sleeper to New York. 1 5 a LEBANON TRAINS. . . am Leaanon Express...... 13:1a aa 4 00 pm Lebanon Acoom paa a oo pm Lebanon Aeeom 8:8 turn ' IDally except Bunday. W. U.HUNT, City Ticket Agent, Maxvefl Houee. POWELL PHILLIPS, P. A., MaxweM Heose: W. L. DAN LET, Q. P. Hatation. A., U Take Up an Agency NOW IS YOUR TIME. DO NOT PUT IT OFF DO IT TODAY. Do you want to make money? If so, accept the agency to sell JASPER NOTES. Messrs. Robert Ford and Spencer Maxwell attended a dance at mman the first of the week. Prof. A. F. Shockley was the guest of South Pittsburg friends Monday. Master Frank Council is sick. Mr. Louis rnreilft and Miss Ellen Ford were nuietlv married Tuesday night. Mas ter Calvin Robinson is sick. miss Lou Dena McReynolds is sick. Mr. Gordon Thornton of South Pittsburg was a visitor in Jasper Thursday night. Mrs. Lula Pryor, of Chatta nooga, is visiting home toiks mis wteek. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thux- mon visited Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Craig head Sunday. Miss Grace Robinson was the guest of friend in Victoria Sundav. Rev. Westmoreland, of Jasper, preached in Victoria Sunday. Miss Esther McReynolds was tne guest of Mrs. Neil Tellis Saturday and Sunday, returning home Monday. Mr. Ed and Miss Oro Hightower, of South Pittsburg, were the guests of the Misses Springs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Love were visitors on the mountain Sunday. 1 HALEY NOTES. Rev. N. B. Morten, of Tuflahoma, visited many friends here 'last Fri day. Ho was en route to Shelbyvilile Mrs. Kizzie Smith, of Decherd, is visiting her many friends here at this writing. There was a big time at. Mt. Zion yesterday. Many were kept at home on account of the gloomy weather. We nre having rain every day. Mrs. Carline rhillips is ttill on the mend. The Masons will give a big rai'jly here Saturday, July 27th. Mr. J. B. Buchanan and Mr. Arthur Hoard will take a dying trip to Nash ville on the early train this morn Ing. Negro Dolls You can make from three to fifteen dollars per day canvassing for these dolls in your town. For further information, write, en closing a two cent stamp. Address a letter to the National Negro Doll Co. H. A. BOYD, Manager. S23 Second Avenue, North Nashville, Tennessee OfriCt PHONf M 1889 KSIDtNGf PHONE HEMLOCK 1949 Miss One, Call the Other Richard Hill Ileal ICatafe Xotnry Public REAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND PENSION CASES A SPECIALTY 410 1-2 Cedar Street Nashville, Tenn. IIAIR DRESSING Poro TrcatmciitGuaran- tced to be the best. Massaging a Specialty. MRS. MARIE CHAD WELL 7 GARDEN STREET. Fourth of July at Hoffman Hall Under the auspices of the Altar and Carpet Chapters of Holy Trinity Church. There will be a Lawn Fete on the Fourth of July , at Hoffman Hall from 4 to'io o'clock. Games in the aftcrnooa, and fire works at night 1 T-frtlnnnV BanttSt IltblWimg Dvara, l j nf "7rnirfs to our yvu : '