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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
I pocooccooocccooooooo 8 co9000000 . - . - . 1 Chili Directory,. Algonquin. . , Mr. D. V,.loy Crutcher, 1610 Phillips St.. resident : Mr. Sam L. Carter. 71.'! (ioy St.. Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 8-11 p. m. Day Home Club. Mrs. I. It. Scott. 123 Foutteenth Ave.,' N.. President: Mrs. A. It. Carter, 713 ay St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. 8-11 p. m. Eagle Club C. of C. Mr. T. R. Cohen. 720 Smiley St., President; Miss Lottie Johnson, 218 N. KlRhtb St., Secretary. Meetings subject to call of President, 7-9 p. in. Cat Nashville Dramatic. Mrs. A. M. Townsend. 614 Webster V , t.. President : Miss Floy J. Dan-ell. IV 614 Webster St.. Secretary. Meetings subject to call of President. , fmployee Mutuai Benefit. I I Ml T a fa vaftd Tnia 1 1 Art H1k,a. a 1 ) PrenMont XfrQ rfnhf T. vrill COT Jackson St., Secretary. Meets' every Monday, 8 10 p. m. Greenwood Independent Club. v Alonza II. Bowman, President: Miss Mat tie Bailey, Secretary, 59 Maury Street. Meet every Tuesday night. Hospital Board of Boyd's Infirmary. Mrs. M. W. flake, 8 Cannon St., President : Miss Nannie E. Perkins, 636 Wetmore St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Thursday, 3-5 p. m. Hubbard Hospital. Dr. Josie K. Wells. 1203 Second Ave., S.. President; Mrs. J. H. Hale, 639 Wetmore St., Secretary. Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays, 4-0 p. m. , Friday Review Club. .Mrs. John Cunningham, 005 Jackson ' St.. President ; Miss Maggie Mayberry, Eighth Ave., near Cedar, Secretary. Meets 1st and 3rd Fridays, 3:30-6 p. m. Loraine Social Club. Mr. Jesse J. Smith, 428 Quarry' St., President; Miss Addle L. Allison, 2013 Jefferson Si., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 11 p. m. . Nashville League on Condition Among Negroes. Prof. Geo. E. Paynes, Flsk University, President; Prof. T. B. Uardlman. 905 Seventh Ave., S., Secretary. Meets 2nd Thursday, 4-5 p. m. . Non Pariel Art Club. Mrs. C. V. Rom 130 Fourteenth Ave., N., President; Mrs. Gilbert White, 0 Garden St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays. 3-5 D. m. Original Greenwood Social. President, Bobert H. F.dmondson. 1213 Grant Street; Secretary, Miss Jessie B. Beech, 921 lfith Avenue, North. Phyllis Wheatley. MrB. G. L. Jackson, 707 Lea Ave., President; Mrs. J. H. Hale. 639 Wet more St., Secretary. Meets last Thurs day, 3 5 p. m. Twentieth Century Embroidery Club. Mrs. T. B. Hardlman, President, 7th Ave nue. South; Mrs. Win. Nixon, Secretary Parkins and Wharf. Meet 2nd and 4th Thursdays 8-6 P. m. . IrV. E. P. C. Mr. Leslie Rowen, 214 Eighth 8t., President; Miss Eudora McClelland. 1805 Heffernan St., Secretary. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, .8-11 p. m. M. L. C. , - E. Porter Pond, 1605 State Street, Presi dent; Thomas W. Anderson'f28 2nd Ave., N., General Secretary. Meets .every Monday night at 8:11 p. m. Pythian Temple. ' . L. L. C. Miss Ella Cockrlll, 1211 First Avenue, South, President; Miss Flora V. -Carra-way, 913 11th Avenue, North, Secretary Meets 2nd and 4th Saturdays from 5 un til 7 o'clock. agle Club C. of C. The EaTle Club was entertained at he residence of Nannie M. Ballow, he meeting was called to order by wie President, M. T. Barthal Cohen, luite a deal of business was trans- IV.LGU. luo uiwoi i ill yrJi ia.il l was Liio lub decided to give an entertainment I a late date in October. After be- g served with a daity ice course ie club adjourned to have a call meet- g at the residence of Miss Mary England and to hold its regular eeting with Mr. W. M. Price, Oc- ber 16. The President requested all embers to be present at j?ach meet s' is9es Andrews and Pope Entertain. The beautiful home of Mrs. Rebec Andrews, 1039 14th Avenue, North, s the scene of a prettily planned so- 1 given by Misses Nettie Andrews ( Julia Pope complimentary to Miss Paytes, of Shelbyvllle, Tenn. Hermitage Hardware Go. 309 Third Avenue, North, NASHVILLE, - - TENN. ol Have you tried our new drink? (NONINTOXHATIN(i) A Wonderful prodnct of the Brewing Art. On Sale by the Glass and Bottle at Soft Drink Stands. Bottled also for Family Use. Delicious. Healthful and Nourishing 1W flDE ONLY n Y The Wm. Gcrst Brewing xGoriipany. IXXXXXXXXXXKXKXXXXXXXXXXOOOOCXXXX? 1 - v - . Dancing and games were indulged in until a late hour, after which a two-L course menu was served. T., present w Elizabeth Present wmh Miss win. r KlWnWh m.,., '":?'i.'ay next year. Mrs. Adams was "u,6i", I'JllAUUeill llimii- ton, Dixie Childress, Adella Sinitn .Maud Lockridge, Julia Pope Nettie Andrews, Messrs. Felix and Adam Harding, Albert and Johnie Randals, Nathaniel Blakemore, James Gilmore, James Perkins, Sarnie Tennor, Albert Howell, Henry Pope. Daniel McWhor ter, James Vaughn, Clarence Wilmore, Herbert Jones, Seward Jones. Wil liam Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Raliegh Mor gan. In Honor of Miss Veneseec Woodfork's Birthday. Miss Veneseece Woodfork, of 62 Cannon street, entertained a number of her young friends Saturday after noon, October 5. The occasionwas in honor of her twelfth birthday and she was the recipient of many attrac tive presents. After some hours o games and dancing, an ice urse was served by Mrs. Warker, assisted by Mrs. Woodfork. The Young Boy's Pleasure Club. The Young Boy's Pleasure Club met Wednesday ovenine1 Opt-vhtf 01 mt the home of Master Sam. Brooks,' 1102 Cedar street. After the regular busi ness, the rest of the afternoon was enjoyed with a social affair. All young boys wishing to join the club, will meet with us Thursday night. October 17, at Master. Ferdinand Clay borne, 508 Quarry street, at 8 o'clock. Smiley:McGavock. Miss Carrie McGavock was quietly married on Monday evening at 8 o'clock to Mr. Richard Smiley. The marriage took place at the home of the bride No. is 3 2 May street. North. Rev. A. C. Holder officiated. The bride wore a cream silk, while the brides maid was dressed in white. Miss Mattie Ewing played the wed ding march. The house was beauti fully decorated with beautiful ferns and other flowers. They are at home on 20th Avenue, North. ' Misses Ballard and Scott Entertain. Miss Ella Beatrice Driver was the hostess of an enjoyable entertain ment given Wednesday at her home In East Nashville, in honor of 'her guest. Miss Annie Bjallard, of Gallatin and Miss Irene Scott, of Atlanta. Music and dancing were enjoyed and an ice course' was served. The guests were Misses Annie Ballard, of Galla tin, Irene Scott, of Atlanta, Nannie Burford Brooks and Ella Beatrice Driver. Messrs. J. A. Lyle, M. Filler, C. Ward, J. Gilbert, C. Smith, Zulier and Chandler. Nashvillian Entertained. Miss Jimmie Brldgewater. of Nash ville, Tenn en route from Charlevoih, Michigan, where she spent her sum mer vacation, was delightfully en tertained Monday, September 29th by Mrs. James Brown at 3637 State street, Chicago, 111. Whist and mu sic were the features of the after noon. About 20 guests enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. Brown. A two course menu was served. The guest departed, having spent a pleasant afternoon. Miss "Bridgewater left for Nashville at 6:20. Those to see her off were Mr. Albert Watkins, of Nashville. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Mary Hamilton, Mr. Normour Smith, of Chicago, 111. RELIEF CLUB. The Relief Club met at the home of Mrs. Carrie Johns, 1412 Hamilton street. Those present were: Mes- dames Florence Hodee. Susie John- gon( Ferguson, Alexander, Crawford, Lawrence, Cheatham, Petty and Johns. Visitors present were: Mes dames McClain and Posey. After 331 f ? X ? ? ? f ? ? ? T f f X ? Y V DOCOOOOOOOCK30000000000000C City Items. ? o ? wCOOCOOCXX5000000000C.OC-r r ' Mis-cs Marie Boyd and Alma Wells Lv.nniiJ !'scli0Ql'year: c.fw,,, . M' C' A Ada,ms' i"1 oiuiuuvine, irxas, are pian- ? lu ",a lu asuvn'e ,a 1.1-71.. Wells, of Fourteenth avenue. North. Mr. Adanls is oniav. ling a splendid practice in Texas.' JStiti to aTc 111., here she spent several weeks visiting her daughter, will leave the c:'ty for V. ushington, D. C, where she will make her future home. Her many friends regret her depa-vure and wish for her a pleas. 'it sojourn in her new field. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN EX COLORED MAN. The Newest Book on the Race Problem On The Market, For Sale At Ths National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 Second Avenue, North, Price $1.50. Get One Now. Miss N. E. Scott, the daughter of Bishop R. B." Scott, and Mlsses Willie Holland and Hancock, -three well known young ladies of this city, are now engaged as teachers In the Deaf Dumb and Blind Institute, Austin, Tex. Miss Florence G. Jackson, a grad uate of Fisk University, who taught for sometime at Beaufort. N. C. is now located permanently In Chicago, i111'. If you want to appear chic, stvlish, and nobby, come and purchase a ha' from Mariana Mahol nfn,i inr Woodland street. Phon M lV?4 Miss Izora Garrett, one of Nash - ni..- n?...t I " cinioiii. jumig women, WIIO lor a number of vears n, Pn, a member of the faculty at . Normal, Ala . and wh n haa annnt ti noot n years teaching in Missouri. i h.nelr at st .Tnanh Qft ,ni the summer in Chicago doing Zn special post course work. Rev. and Mrs. J. Davennort tfushell are both at home. The doc tor spent a month in Texas, during which time he visited the Convention at Houston, preached some special 1 'Cm in,e M"TVm( sermon,, in nnivfn .,At The National Baptist Publishing ... MU(-il,V'II UNU llll. II Ull' ducted a week's revival service at Austin, Tex., for Rev. L. L. Campbell. "n Xm r i f, . friends g re,atlvea ,lnd ft1 Ta Unhn I tA. . V. . il . Miss Cora Woods, the daughter of ' Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Woods, of Hous 1 ton, Tex., and Miss Eulalla Abner, the1 dauhter of Prof. David Abner, presi- dent 'of Conroe College at Conroe, I Texas, were in a party of sixteen young ladies from Texas who arrived at Fisk University for the opening of the school term. Mr. L. C. Anderson, Jr., the son of Prof. L. C. Anderson 'the 'p Hncipa c the high school at Austin, Texan, who took some literary work at Fisk Uni - verslty, has now entered Meharry Medical College and will study dentls-1 trv AN AUTOBIOfiRAPHV nc am c.iHann811 werff marnea iasi aunaay, COLORED MAN. The Newest Book on the Race Problem On The Market, For Sale At The National Baptist Publishing Board, 523 Second Avenue, North, Price $1.50. Get One Now. Among the Meharryites wjo are making good in Texas are Drs. M. P. Sunday and M. P. Pen. They are both located at Dallas, Texas, and are said to enjoy a practice that will do credit to any young men of any race. Everybody is invited to see Mad ame iviaDei uverton s fall ha-s son,ahh rvriPoa rrr, k j i satisfied "".fort and others. A1Kr ." , Blind Harris, the noted pianist and Ht iS L0! ?yTSTnkJr- thr0n singer of Indianapolis, is visiting his mio. i. xa. maun, oi uai las, Tex., who is eight weeks old now, Is the youngest stockholder in the lune-ueiu savings" nnTik. .wt whether he will be present' at the coming stockholders meeting in Jan uary has not been premanentlv de- elded by his parents. He is said to have a fond affection for Nashville though he has never seen the home of his mother. Have you seen those beautiful nicr A r-l who has seen them says they are love ly at J. H. Foreman's, 11th and Jeffer son. Rev. J. P. Robinson, D. D., the pas tor of the First Baptist Church at Little Rock, Ark., and chairman of the Home Mission Board of the Na tional Baptist Convention, was in Nashville last week. Dr. Robinson has been coming to Nashville so often that he has built up a host of friends In the city, He delivered an able address at the chapel services of the Baptist Publishing Board during his visit. Rev. N. II. Pius, the superintendent Of the Teacher-Training Course of the National Baptist Convention, left this week for an extended trip through the West. His first stop was St. Louis, Mo., where he was enter tained by the Baptists of that city and where the teacher-training work of his denomination was inaugurated. Miss Alda M. Johnson, who was ex pected in Nashville several times and who is a native of Missouri, has been appointed principal of the school at Wilson, N. C, but plans to visit the city before returning to. her native St 8.t AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN EX COLORED MAN. The Newest Book on the Race Problem On The Market, For Sale At The National Baptist Publishing Board, 52:1 Second Avenue, North, Price $1.50. Get One Now. Mrs. Jessie Hambrick, of Maury street, has had as her guests for the past six weeks Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mor gan, of New Orleans., They left the city Tuesday night, carrying with them Miss Ruth Hambrick, older daughter of Mrs. Jessie Hambrick, who will enter the State School in that city and remain about two and one-half years. Mrs. Ilambrick's broth er and his wife, with tfieir son and twin daughters, were also pleasant gue.-ts at her home. Her brother has been away for about ten years Mrs. James Hand, Jr., lias returned ( V I'S " r,,dn"c ,at may: spent a three weeks' visit with her be had so cheaply. All colors, and ibrother, Mr. Sam Barbee, of 407 South the prices are just right, everybody seventh street. I from Louisville, " Ky., after spending two wecKs with Mrs. Shirley Att'soailJ and a week in Gallatin, Tenn., with ner auntie, Mrs. Apple. Mis. Elibu Nicholson, of Colum bia, Tenn., is 4visitlng her eon, who Is quite ill at 1G1S State street. Miss Lva Mayner is visiting her many friei,d3 in Cook- "He, Tenn. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN EX- COLORED MAN. The Newest Book on the Race I Problem On The Market. For Sale !At The Natinnnl Ttnntlat Pi,hllch,.r I I nr.nrfi , a xtu I ZZtJ...trl .l "I, 'lut Wilu" s f li ulll!' . 1 a sheis i ll i Lu v Kh viitnH Atrc t. t nVL;ri ! at 1120 Cedar street, Monday. Mrs. Tully Weatherby, of Murfrees-: boro, Tenn., was in Nashville last! week to visit her daughter, Mrs. L, f. uoooman, at 1120 Cedar street, and Mrs. Emma Ellis, at 1035 Haw kins stret. , You certainly get your money's worth and then you get such cordial treat ment besides those cash coupons which are given to customers with every cash purchase, they entt'e you to a handsome premium free. Ask J. H. Foreman, 11 and Jefferson. Miss Rae Thompson, a graduate oT Topeka Kansas High School, and also from the music department of Emporiam, i3 In the city the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Eddie M. Dicker son of 14 North Hill street. Mis Thompson is the daughter of Prof. B. T. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hunt, of Smiley street, and Miss Ollie Harris, of 1018 West End ave., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hunt, of East 'wasnvine, bnnaay. ' W M- Prlce snent Sunday ifl 1 LanonT' Tenn. visiting his sister. Rev. James K .Childress, of Salem . in m v. i tin i A: M- E- Church, is a great spiritual (Mvine and 1b doing great work in North Nashville. !. Mrs- Cel"ss Washington, Mrs. Celess Washington. better known as Aunt Celess, of Third a? rt'l Wlth j11" "l4 le,F ls somewhat '" an autobiography of an ex- The Newest Book on the Race Froblem On The Market, For Sale Hoard, 523 Second Avenue, North, Price $1.50. Get One Now. Miss Rae Thompson, of Topeka, Kans., who is visiting In the city, Is president of Les Commecant Club, of Topeka. , This club is composed of young girls, twenty in number, who look after the settlement work of the city. This club is known all over the state for its charitable work. Miss Thompson has traveled extensively over the West In the interest of this work. Master James Shelton and Miss Kato Kelly, of State Normal, spent ;Sfunat S?rd SPl" ' Ma9 Klllebr; ' Mrs" f W0' fDIck0' l"-. ,fl. "ng Dr. and Mrs Mat- th 751t 2d aven"e' North. Miss Nannie Hayes and Mr. Levert Rev. Silas Matthews Officiated. Among the many young men re turning to Meharry Medical College last week were Messrs, Geo. Ford, Wm. Burney and W. L. Taylor. They belong to the senior class. Miss Lillian D. Allen left the city Tbufsday for Marshall, Texas. She will have charge of the music de partment at Wiley Institute. Mrs. Bettie Webb has returned home from Scottsboro, Ala. While there she was highly entertained by her friends, Mrs. Laura B. Williams, a,BU ivlJS- - "Hiieiu, wis. oanu- sister, Mrs. George Cage, of 1G04 Harding .street. He will give several rerformances before leaving. .Miss Nettie Brooks spent last week in Hopklnsville, Ky., visiting her many friends. Mrs. Laura Ilopson and Mrs. Min nie F. Coalman, of . Darkesboro, Ky., E. L. Price & Co. invito your atte'nl- tion to the arrival of their fall suit ings all the latest weaves are shown. 40S Deadrick. Phone M. 2181. (".1 urau'iin. Mrs. Deliah Brandon, of 405 Foster street, ls able to be at her usual occu pation. Mrs. Selene Davis, of 21 Robertson street, is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Minnie Bailey, of Chicago, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Partee. Mrs. Lucy Hamilton, of this city, has returned home after spending the summer In St. Louis, Mo., with Mrs George Hunter, of 2832 Clark avenue, reporting a pleasant stay. Mr. Wm. Laws, of Patterson street, returned Monday morning from Cln clnnatl and Louisville, Ky. While in Cincinnati he visited Mr. JameR Gbrden, who Is doing a paying wood and coal business. About two weeks ago Mr. Laws and his mother return ed from Atlanta and Chattanooga. Tenn., where they attended the Odd Fellows' Convention In Atlanta. Mr. G. J. Mills returned from Chi cago to the city Thursday to resums his studies in Meharry. Res. 813 II Ave. S. Phone H 1931 0111c 410 1-2 Cfdar SI. Phone M. 2703 I.. A. FISIIEU PHYSICIAN & SURGEON of n-e iioufm 12 i - r t ft M.ijor N. McOavock P. M. Ransom. McGavock a d Ransom Dealers in HAY, GRAIN AND FEED WOOD, GOAL and KINDLING. 520 N. First St. Nashville, Tenn. rz Sherwin-Williams Hardware, Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle, Lawn Tennis Goods Fencing, Guns, Ammunition Call Main 2475 Keith Simmons 8c Co. 316 and 318 THE FREHilAfJ - HARPER GO. At Majestic TheatreCommencing Monday flight OCTOBER Tth With their New Company and Full Orchestra, In Drama and Comedy at popular prices One Big Performance Each Night Pathe, Edison, IT RERFORVYERS Miss Emma M. Thompson returned to her home Thursday, October 3rd, after spending the summer with, her sister, Mrs. A. T. Hall, in Chicago. Mrs. Hall, who was ill all summer, is : pnnvili-winp- i convahscing. G. J. FRANGIS Corner Warren and Jefferson i as opened a BRAND NEW STORE With brand new gOOUS. His groceries and fresh meats are sold at the lowest prices. All Kinds of Vegetables. Go to the New Store. The Temperance League of the 24th ward will hold a Mass Meeting at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Friday night, Oct. 11, 8 o'clock everybody is invited S. L. WHITELOW, Pres. QUALITY BRAND Fresh Fish Every Dap We receive every day fish shipped directly to us from the fishintf ports of the world. They're fresh when they arrive and they're fresh when you get them. Give us a call, and you'll con tinue to come. Krrsh Water Fish, Salt Water Fifth, Oy(rrt( Sea Food and Celery InSekson FISH AND OYSTER CO. WHOI.KSAI.K AM) KKTA1L Main 617. 3-'0-322 Fonrth Avenue, North Mall HIS WHEN OUT OF EMPLOYMENT GO ND NEB lroff. W. Ci. IIYNES and he will give yon positions of all kinds. He will also give to you from THE NEW MAJESTIC LAUNDRY clear, snow white clothes. Econom ical prices. 420 Cedar Street Phone M. 2190 NASHVILLE. TENN. Colored People's Hair ; We are ' the largest manufacturers of j colored people's 'air in this country.' We make "every thing in its line, and! our prices are., much lower than those quoted elsewhere. Sfiid 2 otH. tttaiiip fur our caliiliiftui.. 'Dept. ti. Womra wanlftd to sell aur hair Aonilti. HU.WA HAIR COMPANY 23 Dnae St. New York. City. Paint and Varnishes - 2476 2477 Union Street ioc R?r 20c Finest photo plays from Essanay and Lubin 17 R. B. TIME TABLE RAILROAD TIME TABLES Louisville & Nashville It. R. New lUilon .station, City Ticket Ollice, 221 Fourth uvenue. Telephone Main 733. (Corrected to Juuelii, '12) North-North wet. t Leaves Arrives H:1U am LiOiilsville & Cincinnati 2:15 am HMo pin New York Special (through service) 8;05 aru 8:05 am New York Limited (through service) R: pm Al2j!i amLoulsville Accom a3:10 pm 3:2il am Kvansvllle & Chicago .. 2:06 am 3:20 am Kvansvllle & St. Louis 8 20 am o7:li) am KvanvllleA St. Louis., 2:05 am 7:.Vj pm The Chicago Limited... 7:55 aiu 4:20 pm- Kvansvllle & Chicago (Dixie Flyer) H:12 am 7.55 pin The St. Louis Flyer..., 7:65 am Mouth 2:25 am Birmingham ' Mont gomery, Mobile, New Orleans 28 am 8:25 am Birmingham, Mont gomery, Mobile, New Orleans 7:40 pm 9:05 pm Birmingham fc Mont gomery 6:60 am Aeenminodatlan Trains a!3:10 pm Nashville and Scotta- vllle Accommodation !10 U am a!5:10 pm Nashville and Harts- ville Accommodation 7:45 am a8:00 pm Hopklnsville Accom modation 9 55 am 3:40 pm Nashville and Decatur Accommodation 1005 am 3:40 pm Columbia and Mt. Pleasant 8 40 pm 7:30 am Columbia, Florence, Sheflield and Tus- cumbla 6:40 pm a!l:30 pm Nashville and Chirks. ville Accommodation., !81fi am 7;30 am Franklin & Columbia ., 10:06 am 2:10 pm Interurban 12-4 pm 3:40 pm Columbia and Alt. Pleasant 4 50 pm 6:55 pm Interurban 6:40 pm 1 Dally except Sunday. a Stops at North College Station. Train arriving at 7 40 p. m. and 7:15 p.m. brings connections from Tuscumbla and I-'lorenoe. H C. WALL1S. nistrlct Passenger Ast. W, H. MUSTA1NE, city passenger Agt, N.. C. & ST. i n. s. Ticket OIII es I'nlon i VrTn ' f Station Broadway. ' CriTiJ I City Ollice, Maxwell I9i Ir'VislHEl House, corner church !i 1 3 W St. and Fourth Ave-&S- nue, N. Phone Main (Corrected Dec. 3,1911) W. M HUNT, City Ticket Agent Maxwell POWELL PHILLIPS. P. A., Maxwell House. NO. F. ORAFFNEY. JR., Alaxwrll House. W. L DAN LEY, Q. P. A.. Union Station. ami Murlhwfal Leaves. Arrives. 7:00 am Memphis, Hickman, Paducah, St. Louis, connects from Cen- treviile (!) :. B.35 pm 2:15 am Jackson, Memphis. Hickman, Paducah 1:32 rm !5 30 pm Waverly Accommodation, connects for Centreville 8 00 am 8:00 pin "Dixie Flyer," solid train to St. Louis 8 35 am 11:30 pm Memphis and Hickman 6.50 am Mouth nnl F)a( 2:25 am Chattanooea and Atlanta ... 2:55 am 9:30 am St. Louis, Jacksonville, "Dixie Flyer." Connections (!) for all branch line points 6:35 pm 11:25 am "Dixie Flyer." folid vesti buled train to Chattanooga, Atlanta, Jacksonville. Din'. ing cars 4:12 pm 8.30 pm Chaitnnooira and connect ing (!) for Shelby ville, Sparta, Fayttteville, Huntsville, Tracy City, South Pittsburg 10 50 am !6:00 pm Tullahoma Accommodation ( onnects for Shelby ville) 8:15 am !).30 pm Ch itl.inooga, Atlanta Sleep er to New York 6:5 am Lrlianon Tra!ua !7:M am Lebanon Mixed !9:25 am Lebanon Express 112:10 pm !4:(X) pm Lebanon Accommodation.. 16:40 pm I6:(X) pm Lebanon Accommodation.. !7:5S pnt IDaily except Sunday. TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. City Ticket Office No. 1 Arcade, phone Main Huh. station foot of Broadway, ttiective Mareh 10, 1912. For sleeping car reservation between 6 p. in. and U p. ni., Phone Main 1172. lepart, Avlve. Hopklnsville Mall 8.U5 am 715 pm Hopklnsville Accom.... 6:00 pm 9 45 pm Lebanon Accom 11-25 am 2:10 pin Kn xvlile Day Lxpress.. 8.60 am ti2opm Knoxville Night Kxpress U:;o pm H:is nui Monterery Shop Train., 4:00 pm 10:00 am !. chanon Acconi (1:10 pm 7-60 am Through electric lluhted Pullman slucpeis .m nhl trains; Individual lights In inch berth: Pullman service between Nnshvi'la and Ashville, N. C. Through coin lies on day trains between Nashville and Knoxville. snortett. Line. (Quickest U ln.e. IDaily except Sunditv. II. W. TYSliN, C. T. A. It. A. CIIADWU K, (i. p. A. 12S 5th Ave., N. Main 4732 csiso. o. lioyn INSURANCE AGENT r, llralth and Arrldrnt Insnrnnrr -thrre oil on thtt IndiiNlrinl Plan. All buiaaN iriclly ctoufidpntial. Krprfinxntint thn brat fiMiraiioo oomiiany in tho city. Telephone or write, and we will call to aee yon promptly. Miss Johnnie L. Henderson, of 21 Robertson street, liaa Improved. '' 1