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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1912.
R. R. TIME TABLE . Louisville & Nashville R. New Umi Stitioa. City Ticket Olfue, SI Koarlfc inut, Telcphsaa Mala 753 (Corrected to Dec. 4, 1910.) . i Rev. J. B. Miller, D. D., Pastor or Metropolitan Baptist Church, Colum bus, Ga., Scores Big Success. ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR RALLY. ; i-uit, the work of the Church Supply , . on . i Company at Nashville, Tenn., and Columbus, Ga., June 29.-Another . whea u wfl3 announced that it was big demonstration was given by the nia(je by Negroes belonging to the de Methopolitan Baptist Church of this nomination it created quite a sensa clty, when the pastor, Rev. J. B. Mil-' lion. Another is the mammoth ler, announced this week that for the ! church bell, which is easily the most second time during his pastorate and ; expensive bell in any belfry In the within the past twelve months, a sue-, city. cessful $1,000 rally had been held, j Dr. Miller, since his stay here, has Dr. Miller is looked upon as one of had the distinction of entertaining the leading men of the denomination, in the Metropolitan Baptist Church being a staunch member and support-, such men of national distinction as cr of every department of the work, i Rev. E. C. Morris, Helena, Ark., Dr. Miller carried a special party of , President of the National Baptist about twenty persons from Ms Sun- Co.iv-ntion; Rev. Wm. Beckham, day-school and congregation to the ; Field Secretary of the National Bap-Sunday-School Congress at Tuskegee, tist Convention; Rev. N. H. Pius, The Biggest and p A A f Most Stupendous jJ-.$& IN I V JL!Lj EVER SEEN SOUTH. WILL BE HELD ON Waldc'n University Campus, July 29, to August 3, Inclusive Free attractions; the greatest yet. Inspiring music by bands of all nations. Animal shows eclipsing all rival i For Concessions anil Privileges, apply at Peoples' Savings Hank & Trust Co. A Cash Prize of $25.00 will b;: given the Young Lady Selling the Largest Number of Tickets, $10 to the second and $5.00 to the third. BAXTER McGAYOGK, Manager visitor ci Mr. Walter Organ and wife. Mrs. J. L. Leo i3 suffering with indigestion. Mr. J. L. Le fours boys, Mr. Dallas Douglas, of Spears were the guests of Mr. and Memph's, Tenn.; Mr. Addison Doug- Mis. Arthur Sleigh one day this week, las of Kansas City, Mo.: Mr. Stephen Mr. Emma Reid. of Fort Payne, Ala., Mrs. Lilland Thornton and Miss ! Doug"as, of Cedar Woods, Tenn., and i is the gue.-t of her sister, Mrs. Atnan- Clementine Ang e are expected to leave for Chattanooga 'to represent in in the N. C. and C. D. C, which con venes Friday, July 12th. Mrs. G. W Cunningham was visiting Mrs. Sally J. M'athison, East Fox street, Sunday. We are informed that Mr. Aiex Foster, formerly of Dayton, but now of Columbus, Ohio, is dead. Mr. R. A. Gallagher, who has been in Chattanooga, has returned. Miss Cleophia McDonald and sister, Cm si la, who have been visiting and Mrs. Henry Stephens ana fri nds, returned home last Wednes day. Mrs. Birt Butteram is sowly improving. Miss Lydus Marsh is much better. The Epworth League convened with president W. F. Roberts in the chair. There was an open discussion and many things discussed and brought out to elevate the voung folks. Rev. W. II. Strip ling filed the pulpit for Rev. Triggs last Sunday. Miss Usia Games, who has been in our city for the past three weeks, has returned to Chat Miss Maud Hoiman, Miss Dr. E. B. Douglas, of Detroit, Mich.; da Smith, this week. Mrs. Smith and two sisters, of Stanton, Tenn. ; took her sister to South Pittsburg, The funeral eulogies took place at 3 ; visiting friends Thursday. Mrs. o'clock Sunday afternoon at Alexan- j Katie Thurman has returned to her der Chapel by Father Denby, of Mem- home in Chattanooga after a visit to phis, Tenn., assisted by Father Wil- i per parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam, Fryor. son, of our city. Interment in the j Littla Calvin Robinson, after being Colored Magnolia Cemetery. Rev. P. ! sick for a few weeks, I3 improving. H. Ruffin, Dr. R. S. Fields, M. W. Mrs. Neil Tellis, Misses Inez Sleigh Ruffin nnd Mrs. Candace Fields are; and Gladys Springs were visitors in in the Bluff City this week attending j South Pittsburg Saturday. Mr. Robt. the ses-ion of the Grand Lodge of McReynolds is on the sick list this ! the Knights of Pythias of Tennessee. ! week. Airs. Minnie jiemp, uie wue 01 ivir. John Hemp, departed this life last! COLUMBIA NOTES. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Mrs. j Miss Leigh Willa Webster gave a Hemp Waves behind a husband, two j delightful birthday dinner July 2, in little boys and a host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss. EAST SHELBRVILLE NOTES. The picnic at Sander's park July 4th given by the ladle9 of the First Baptist Church was a success. -Quite a large crowd was out. Misses Feli- nonor of Miss Alexene Vivian Clay, Covers were laid for ten. A five course menu was served. Mrs. Lewis Winters, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Har lan, Mrs. Anna Walton and Mr. Wm. Harlan are in Columbia to attend the Harlan and Joyce family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. John Smyth were' host and hostess of a delightful dinner shia Biker and Joanna McAdams wer the guests of Miss Willie Davis ! given at their country home on the Friday. Mrs. Maggie Key, of Church i Williamsport pike last Sunday. ! street, entertained at dinner wed-, Lovers wt re laid lor twelve. A five- and he is now planning to carry an equally representative delegation to the National Baptist Convention, at Superintendent of the Teacher-Tran- ing Course. He is now planning to entertain the Secretary of the Pub- Houston, Tex. The fact that Dr. li-h;ng Board, in the person of Rev, Miller -is a native Tennessean and R. 11. Boyd, D. D., who will go up to ha3 only recently begun the pastorate ; Columbus next month en route from in Georgia, has not in the least re-1 Jacksonville, where he is to attend tarded his work. It is the estimate! the Florida Baptist Sunday-School here that more than $10,000 worth j Convention. A few weeks ago Dr. of improvements have been made on j Miller.announced that he would not be the Metropolitan Baptist Church. One ; satisfied till the Baptists of Colum of the improvements made during his j bus had the opportunity of seeing the short pastorate is a beautiful pulpit! great line of denominational leaders. I Oat of Town Notes. 1 Oracv. Frances and little brother nrs.inv f.,w friertls. Those to en-cour-e menu was served. Mrs. Jas, Wallis. who have been in v.iiaiiduuu-1 roy tn hospitality of Mrs. Key were w. Tyler visitea ner son and aaugh- PULASKI NOT-ES. i home Friday evening from the State Most of the Giles County teachers I Normal. Mr3. Clinton Bramlette and were assigned to their positions in ! children have returned home from the, rural schoo b Saturday by the ; a peasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. County Board of Education. Mr. j Will Brownlow. The Ladies Ideal Granvel Harwell, who got hurt some , Art Cub met at the home of Miss time ago, is much better. Mrs. A u- Leo a Facia. Meeting opened by gusta White, who has been in Nash- j the president. Roll was called and ville some weeks, has returned home j each member responaed with a verse. again. Mrs. Silda Budd. of Mem- j Mininoss was linislvd and the ladies phis, has been visiting her sister, ' were rady for work. A two-course Mrs. Edith Potter. ' Mrs. Ju'ia Giv- i menu was served. Those present ens has recent'y returned from aj vere: Mrs L'l'a Mason, Miss E. M. short trip to Franklin. Mrs. C. M. i Tramlette Mrs. M. A. Turner, Mrs. Paves, of Nashville, is visiting her i Lizzie Suggs, Mrs. Ella Marshbanks, 1 usband's parents. Mrs. Mo lie Tay lor Al'en, of Athens, Ala., is visit ing Mrs. A. F. Morrell Mrs. Adfine Misses Georgia Ma'.one, Mamie Tur ner, Josephine Bram ette, Catherine Paly, Alonza Sutton, Mesdames C. C. Til'ery, Mrs. Fannie Rhodes, Mrs. ! Joyce nrd Lu!a Jordon. The club Georgia Carter and Eugene Haw lHns have gone to Mount Dickson, Tenn. Prof. T. P. Turner, Mrs. M. A. Turner, Prof. A. T. Hill, Mr. W. M. Burch, Miss Birdie Brown and meet3 next with Mrs. Lula Mason. A 1 are reiuesud to be pre3ent. Mrs. L. A. Holbert is yet on the sick list. Miss Willie Harper and Mr. J. C. Gant, of Columbia, were haonilv iurs. iMia .AiarsnuanKS nave an gone j married last Thursday evening at to Memphis to attend the K. of P. j :?.!) o'clock at the residence of Mr. Grand Lodge this week.- Miss Annie i?nl Mrs. E. C. Dangerfield. Rev. J. rally, who has been living in Chat- j R. Balntine officiated. The bride 'anooga for several months, return-; .core a beautiful white voi'e over net. rd home this week. The Immacu-j Her veil was caught with sweet "ate Grand Lodge of Tennessee held i eras, smd she carried a bouquet of i very peasant session here last ! weet peas and whit bride's rnss. ga for the past week, left last Sat urday. Mrs. Saiy Love, or Jewel street was visiting in Morgantown last Sunday afternoon. CEMETERY NOTES. The ral y and basket dinner was a great success here Sunday for the people of Mt. Olive Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Avent spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murry. Prof. W. W. Williams, of 1242 Fourta avenue, South, .Nash vi'.le, visited B. O. No. 130 on Monday, Juy 1st. Mr. Williams lett no stone unturned in his talk which he made to the members who were present The members were al 1 smiles over pleasantness of their agent. Mr. and Mrs. James Rucker were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Haynes Tues day. Mr. John Bedford and Mr. Fe lix Haynes spent Monday inspecting crops. They report that the heavy rainfall is calling for more work. Master Meredith Moseley has re turned from Dixon, Tenn. The Sun- Hav-?chr,ols of Stone River M. fc. Church are planning for their picnic, which will be given Saturday, Aug. 10, also an entertainment at night. Mr. and Mrb. James Rucker have re turned from Nashville. Miss Em ma Sue Patterson, of McVey's, was the week-end guest of Miss Ella Ma son for the last week. Mr. Henry Cage left for Detroit, Mich., ast Thursday. The little Misses Rober- tine and Hattie K. Rucker spent sun day with little Miss Bertha Washing ton. Mrs. Mary A'exander is on the sick list. Several doctors have been called from Nashvilie to perform an operation on her. Mr. E. H. Heart well is very busy getting ready for the colored people's fair of Murrrees loro. Mrs. Lizzie Rucker spent Fri day evening with Mrs. Irene Haynes. Mr. Tom Hicks, of Nashville, was here visiting friends Sunday. Mrs. Mary C. Ma' one left for Nashvil e Thurs dnv. Little William Wade returned from Nashville. Rev. N. C. Crutcher is on the sick list. Mr. Jesse Lillard spent severa' days in the city Borne few days ago. Mesdames Callie Dean, Mary L. Orr, trr. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Harlan, at Masse ie Bnteman and daughter, Alma. I their country home last week. A Mrs. Clemmfo Endsley is visiting on Church street. Messrs. Wallace San ders, Jr., and Archie Brazier, of Nash VlPe. were visiting mother and grand very delightful and pleasant affair was the family "home coming" of the Harlan and Joyce connection, which was held at Locust Grove, the mother, Mr3. Ruth Sanders, laat, country home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonl Thursday. Mr. H. Whittaker was bit- j das Polk Harlan, July 4. Many rela-, ten by a dog belonging to a neigh-1 tives from a distance were present, bor. He had on a pair of pants , also many letters were received from he had just paid $5 for and they! those so far away who could not be, were to-n very baOly. The ladles of I present Covers were laid for one East Shelbyville gave Mrs. Ruth j hundred and thirty. After dinner a Sanders a surprise birthday supper! photograph of the party was taken Friday evening. Each lady cooked I and each gave the parting hand, and her supper and all met' and went in with tears in their eyes each one a band and carried their baskets to j left for his respective home. Miss A. Mrs. Sander's house, went in and i Vivian Clay has gone to Columbia set the table, seated Mrs. Sanders at to visit her grandparents. Mr. and the table. There was everything Mrs. J. W. Tyler. Wednesday eve- imaginable to eat. Mr. John Orr, ofing. July 3, 1912, the attractive home Church street, was bitten by his of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Peacock neighbor, Mrs. Maggie D. Key's, dogs.iwa the scene of a happy gathering phep and monk, last Friday. We j of young people. The occasion being hone it will not prove serious. Mr. in honor of their son, Burnie Leo, Cleveland Cowan was the guest of who has recently returned from Miss Willie Davis Sunday. Mrs. Knoxville, Tenn., where he has been Mary L. Orr is on the sick list this i attending the Knoxville College. Par- week. Mr. Thomas Washington is i lor games and music were enjoyed still improving. MT. JULIET NOTES. The health of our community Is pretty good. Rev. U. S. G. Brown gave a rally at Mt. Juliet Sun flay. July 7: collection good. Rev. Brown preached a oul-stirring ser mon at 11 o'clock Sunday. Text. Gal. 0:7; subject, "Sowing and Reaping." i to enjoy the evening were Misses Co- until a late hour. The guests were led into the dining-room, where a ae'icious two-course menu was served. The color scheme of yellow and white wa9 effectively carried out in both dining-room and parlor.s, Mrs. Peacock was assisted in receiv ing the guests by Mrs. William Bar ton, of East Seventh street. Those NORTH NORTHEAST S:1U am l.oulBTllle A Cincinnati.... fttfcuta 11:06 iio-Nm YorltUpeclal (lliroufb service) MS tE S;3i pm Nw York LlailUd (through ner vice) &C3 ara al2:15 pml.outivtlle Accommoda tion aJ W th S:20 am Kvansvilie A Chicago Ullai 1:20 am KvuiiHTllle St. Lou la ki am 7:'i5 am Krauitvllle A Ht. I.oula gj' pn 7:.,& pin The Chicago Limited 4:10 mu KvaniYllU A Chluag (Dlxla Flyer) llteon 7:K pro The St. Louis Flyer litM BOOTH. 135 am Tllrmlnsham, Montgom ery Mobile, New Orleans.... SMcsm tV am Ulrmlunharu,, Montgom ery, Mobile, New Orleans I4i fax 1:00 pm Birmingham and Mont gomery ...79 BHa ACCOMMODATION TRA1M3. t3.10 pm Nashville A ScottsvUle Ao- coinmoilatlcn nojttni B.10 pm-Naahvllle A HajrtaTUU Accommodation V.iMana M6 pm HopklnyTllle Acconao- datlon . SaVm J.M pm Nash villa A Docatur Ao commodatlon 101Ana !5 50 pm Columbia A Mt. Pleaasat 0Jsn 7:40 am Columbia, Florence, bkej- fleld and Tuscumbla tst m 4:15 pm N'.shvllle A Clarasvllla Accommodation 8 98 box 7-40 am Franklin and ColueaUa.. M N am S35 pin Interurban tf-Sft ym S 60 pm Interurban 4 SJ gn 7.00 pm lntemrhan , 9J(kS 1 Dally except Sunday, a Stop at North College station. Train arriving at 7.40 p. m. and T il a cn. brings connections from Tuacumbi and Florence. R. C. W A 1,1,13, Pistrlet jPansenger Af W. II. MUSTAINE. Cltj Faattncer 1 N. C A ST. L. Ity. Ticket OrvBsaav Union Station, Bread way; City omca, Maa well houxe, coneor Church 8U and VuhsOi Ave. N., Phone Main 377. (Correct Nov. 23, 1914.) WEST AND NORTHWEST. Leaves. Airfares. 78 aiu Memphis, .Hickman, Faducah, St. Leu Is, connects for Centre line (!) ISA pm ll pm Jackson, Memphis, Hlckiaan, fadueah... 1,31 pm tSO pm Waverly, Accommo dation, connects for Centrevllle 8:M am 840 pm "Dixie Flyer," solid train to St. Louis &3& am 11:30 pm Memphis and Hick man 6,Bt am SOUTH AND EAST. 4:tt am Chattanooga and At lanta 2:B5 am 9 SO am St. L o u I s-Jackson-vtlle, "Dixie Flyer," connections (!) for all branch line points 6;t5 pm 1146 am ''Dixie Flyer" Solid vestlbuled t r a 1 n to Chattanooga, Atlanta and Jacksonville. Din ing cars ll pts. B.'tt pm Chattanooea and con necting (!) for Shel byville, Sparta, Far ettevllle, Huntsvllle, Tracy City, South Pittsburg 10:69 am 1 0:00 pm Tuiiaboma Accommo dation (connects for Shelbyville) m.... II am 9JM pm Chattanooga, Atlanta, Sleeper to New York. I S asm LEBANON TRAINS. 7 00 am Lebanon Mixed t ie am Lebanon Ex press 12 1 pm 4 00 pm Lebanon Acoom 6 49 pm 6 00 pm Lebanon Aecom g:3 but IDally except Sunday. W.M.HUNT, City Tloket Agent, Maxwell Hooae. POWELL PHILLIPS, P. A., MaSwell House; W. L. DANLBY, O. P. A., Uaten Station. mm There will be an old-fashioned bas ket rally given at Mt. Juliet the first Sunday in August. Mrs. Fannie Ly sen, of State Land, was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ewing ler, of this place, last week. Miss Eva Sherrell, of Gladeville, Tenn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Katie Stan ford. The picnic which was given r!ne and Ophelia Kennedy, Lottie Gordon, Ellen Webster, Lillian Cla gtte, Eloi.se Stonp, Annie Bills, My ra McClain, of Turner Normal, to gether with Leola Barton, whom she fs visiting; Masters Leon Webster, James Riley, Robert Harr's, Evans Collins, Andrew Clagette, Jr., Char lie . Stockard, Robert Johnson, Jr on the 4th was a success in every Edgar Gordon, of KnoxvUle college way. Although it rained all day and Burnie Peacock. Mrs. Sallle there was taken in during the day j Whittaker entertained a few of her $05.9?.. Mrs. Lee Oldham and Mrs. ' friends at her home on North High veek in the Court House. Both dele-; 'rates and visitors expressed them-1 reives as being well pleased with the i"wn and their reception. The fol-'. lowing officers were elected for the ! next two years: .1. H. Slaton, G. M ., Columbia; I. H. Ramsey. M. D. Dep- Thr house was beautifully decorated ". itli f( r.i. A three-course menu was Fervid, after which the pride and 7room left for Columbia, where they vil, make their future home. Mr. Men Black on! !aui;htr, Mrs. Fannie M. M.irtin, ha-e returned from a G. M., Gallatin; Samuel Moody, G. V0 weeks' visit !o his sister, Mrs. 1 S., Memphis, Tenn.; Mrs. Maggie j ;iarV I laches. 0f Crawfordville, Ark. T). Lewis, G. Treas., NashvHe; Mrs. Mrs. Anna Linsy left Saturda'v for Roberta Stayton, G. R. S., Chattano- J fhicpw where he wi l join her hiis tra. Endowment Board Mrs. Susie i hand and thev wil! make Ihpir fining Dayton Jones, of Edenwold, Tenn., were with us the Fourth and left in the afternoon for Green Lawn, Tenn., Ftreet July 4. it being her sixty fourth birthday. Those who enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Whittaker T. Carter, Nashville; Hon. James umpass, Nashville; and Mr. W. M. ranklin, Hartville. Lebanon was : eiected for the place of meeting in 1014. Miss Ada Baugh and Miss Vary L. Mason, of Athens, Ala., were isiting Miss Janie E. Bramlett '!c,t week, but they have gone home "ow, and whi'e they were here Mr. nivid W. Buford, Miss Maggie L. 1,uillips and Miss J. E. Bramlette ' ,ve a grand reception la3t Wednes-1 ''iy evening, June 2tith. at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison T'ramk'tte. Fifty guests were pres- "t. The guests were served by 'scs Mary T.. Smith, Margaret T,.'amlette, Lenora and Susie Bridge forth and Mr. Theodore Bramlette. ten-course menu was served. "U3ic and gam en v-ere enjoyed by a 1. Mrs. Priscilla Bram'ette, the ife of Mr. Harrison BrainMto, is ; ow traveling for her health. She. now in Nashville, and is expecting to go to Indiana and from there to vrizcna, and then she will return !ome. Mr. Willis Bramlette, 305 N irth Third street, has been indis ' "sed for several weeks, out Is bet- r at this siting. Miss Bessie T. Rose attended the State Normal in "ashvi He and will go from there to ' "mphis to attend the Grand Ixidgc r the K. of P. She is expected to v'Mt some points in Arkansas before r turning. Misses Mamie A. Turner and Josephine B. Bramlette returned Mr. Renza Fitzpatrick, of home. Levicl"irg, visiting his aunt, Mrs. 'v C. nanf-rP.eld. DAYTON NOTES. Mrs. R. A. Gilhher. who has been in Chattanooga for the past three weeks, has returned. Mrs. Bessie ll'idclins, of Guild, Tenn., is visiting her mother, Mts. Phoebe Organ, of Morgantown. Mr. Richard Ellis, of Lennares, Tenn., is the guest of Mr. nnd Mis. A. Broyles in Morgantown. Mrs. 1.. E. Stephens and her son, Ar-jiold Srerhons, are in Chattanoora tins week visiting Mrs. Evalyne Johnson and friends. The Infant child of Mi. and Mrs. Will Tullas Is very sick with fever. The Ladies' Aid Society met at Mr. and Mrs. John Martin's on Jewel street, last Wednesday. The affair was grand and we attended. Those present were: Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Cain, Miss Ten- nie Shelton, Mrs. Emma Killesppie, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Stephens, Mrs. Gowin, of Johnson City, Was a welcome visitor at the Society meet ing, also Mrs. G. W. Cunningham, Mrs. Phebe Organ and MIsb Nina Foster. A three-course menu was served. The parlor was beautifully decorated to suit the occasion. The piece to be made was a lone star quilt. The room was decorated In white and ye -low, green and blue. The eonfribu Mrs. Lizzie Martin is on the sick Mr. Ed Suddath was a welcome POPLAR CREEK (ARK.) NOTES. Miss Emma Short, who has been very sick, is better and able to get about in the house. Mrs. Cynthia Simms is seriously sick. Mr. ana Mrs. Ike Lane have a new visitor who came Sunday to make an indefinite stay. Both mother and .son are doing well. Mrs. Georgia Wilkes spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ike Lane. Mrs. D. J. Johnson, wire or Prof. D. J. Johnson, left Saturday Saturday morning for her home near Little Rock to be gone a month or so. .Mrs. T. J. Lucas and Miss Anna R. Howard were hostesses to a picnic and flshin party hursday, July 4. The day was pleasantly spent in fishing, croquet and card games. Every one present enjoyed themselves very much. Those present to enjoy the day were Prof, and Mrs. T. J. Lucas, Misses Anna and Mary Howard, Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mesdames Geor- ia Wilkes and Anna Clemons, Mr. Fred Howard, Mr. and Miss Washing ton, Miss Savannah and Reuben How ard. The news has come to us of the death of Mrs. Cynthia Simms, who has been sick about a week. She died early this morning. to spend a few days the guests of j ' ere Mesdames Dora Merrell, Harriet Mrs. Katie Martin, the sister ef Mrs. I uoraon, Luciie is. Nicnoison, same Oldham. Miss Julia and Viola Davis ! Dobbins, Agnes Dillard. Evelinia entertained t their home June 30th i B'-own. Minnie Short, Patience Bry ouite a number of girls and young S ant, Myra Porter and Jane Harland, men. A. three-course menu was ' Misses Mildrage Dillard and Lula served. All present reported a grand j Williams served the guests with an time. Mrs. Annie Hawkins and her ! ic-course, each one expressing their pleasnnt daughter, Miss Mary Lou, ! measure and wishing Mrs. Whitta entertiined at dinner Sunday, July I ker a much longer life. Mr. and 7th Rev. U. S. G. Brown. Mr. Thos. I Mrs. Guss Brown, of French Lick, Cleaves and Mr. Albert Swingler. A'Ind.. are visiting here, this being the KISflYILLE INTEBUBB1NB1IL W1Y. Train Sohedule. Effective Wednesday, June 1. MtO. Northbound. Leave Arrrv Franklin. Naahvtlit. 6:00 am 7:00 am 7-00 am irt 8:00 am 9:04 turn 90 am 19:00 Ma 10:00 am 11 am 12:00 noon IM pm 10 pm 100 pm 8:00 pm 46 pm 4:00 pm B:00 pea 6:00 pm T.OSpm 7.-00 pm : 8:0 pm 10:30 pm 1120 pm Southbound. Leave Arrrve Nanhvllle. Fraaklin. 7:00 am 8:09 am 8:09 am 99 US 9:90 am 10:08 am 10:00 am U-98 am l'2:00noon $A pm 1:80 pin 140 pm 3:00 pm 4:09 pm 4:00 pm 8:00 pm 60 pm , 6:08 pm 6:00 pm 79 pm ' 7K pm 8:09 am , 9:09 pm 10:99 pm li:se pm i'un three-course menu was served. . MARTIN NOTES. The Tetchers Institute for Weak ley County closed its two weeks' ses sion July 5. The session was very interesting and well attended. The conductors, Professors A. M. Bishop and M. A. Dobbs. rendered excellent service to the satisfaction of all. On Wednesday night, the 3rd, a very beautiful program was rendered at Oak Crove Baptist Church. A large and appreciative audience was pres ent. At the close of the Institute a" expression meeting was had, after which the County Teachers' Associa tion was organized. MASON NOTES. Our cltv school teachers have re turned home from the two weeks' normal at Covington, Tenn. The crops In West Tennessee are- in a prosperous condition, having had plenty of rain and sunshine. Death Is frequently riding her pale horse in our city. She came last Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock to the home of Mr. Daniel W- Douglass and took from him his beloved wife, Mrs. Charlotte Douglas, who departed this life after a brief Illness of two and a half weeks. Mri. Douglas was the 'proprietress of ,our dty restaurant for a number of yuara. She is survived by a husband, Mr. Daniel Douglas; JASPER NOTES. Mr. Brown McReynolds has re turned home, from a visit to Chatta nooga friends. Prof. A. F. Shockley made a business trip to the Lock and Dam Monday. Miss Inez Sleigh was the guest of grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Spears, one day this week. Messrs. Albert and William Lnwson and Luther Roberson and Miss Jennie Gnash, of Pikeville, were visitors in Jasper one day this week. Mr. Sam McReynolds has returned from a visit to his daughter-in-law. Mrs. Shumpert McReynolds, in Chat tanooga, and reports a pleasant trip. Mrs. Cora Thursman and Mrs. A. F. Shockley, Misseg Maude and Esther McReynolds, MosBrn. Elgla Spears, Aaron Kelly and Spencer Maxwell were vbiitors in Suuth Pittsburg Thursday and report a day of pleas ure spent. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor childhood home of Mr. Brown. Miss Mary E. Bradshaw entertained at her home, North Glade street, in honor of Rev. and Mrs. T. W. Hamp ton, of Paris, West Tenn. It was an enjoyable event. After luncheon, games and music were enjoyed until a late hour. Those to enjoy Miss Bradshaw's hospitality were Rev. and Mrs. Hampton, Prof, and Mrs. R. G. Johnson, Prof, and Mrs. J. H. Kelly. Mr. Mayfield and Miss Lelia Dunnlngton. Mr. Arrcstead Bradshaw and Miss Mndred Dillard, Mrs. Lau ra Brown, Mrs. Julia Irvln, Misses Cornelia and Eddie Johnson. Mr. J. H. Kelly has returned from Nash ville. She visited the State Normal and heard a very Interesting pro gramme at the closing exercises. Mrs. Fields and children, of Cheflleld, Ala., are here visiting Mrs. Fields' s'ster, Mrs. C. O. Hunter, of West Ninth street. Dr. G. W. Porter, p)as tor of St. Paul, preached at the Presbyterian Church last Sunday at 3 n. m. The occasion was a rally for the church. Rev. Collier Is mak ing an effort to get in his new church. Mrs. Annie .Harris MeBrlde, of Lou-' isville, Is here the guest of her brother, Mr. Harris, of Hill street. Miss Bessie Patton, of Nashville, has returned, while here she was the euest of Mrs. Dota Merrell, of North Frieryon street. Mrs. T. W. Hamp ton, Principal of the Paris Public School, has been In our city spend In1? a month of her vacation with relatives and friends. We are al ways glad' to have her with us, since she ban spent quite a number of IDDLl TKINESSEK IAILB0AD. Schedule Effective Wednesday, June 1,1888. Leave Leatherwood 6:1ft am 2iM pm Arrive Franklin 7:4o am 8:H9 pm Leave Franklin 19:00 am 449 pm Arrive Leatherwood 11:80 am Itit pm Subject to change without noUoe. 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 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. 523 Second Aveuue, North Nashville, Tennessee onnI,t r.rlav y!?1tin-T:r M-iJotn bt(4 Marfnra T J- i-.,Hrn6tti 1.0 OUT youur,