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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1013.
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216 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH-
WALTER BRACY, Manager
"6 CO,
SPORTING NEWS.
Nashville Globe Nine Getting in Line.
A season more disastrous than 1912
cannot befall one ball team In this
city, this Is a fact without a doubt.
That club is the Nashville Globe ag
gregation. Last season It rained
every time the Globe boys scheduled
a game, and as a result all of the
snap (of old bones) and vim that was
brought over from last season will
be used this year.
every Saturday engagement or no en
Saturday from April 15th until time
to harvest orn. The team will play
The team has engagements every
gagement: When no team will play
them they will split up the team with
one and one-half on a .side and play
themselves. There are several on
the team, the most of them dim it is
true, but stars just the same. The
roster to date is as follows: Clarence
Perkins, A. W. Webb, Joe Boyd, Clar
ence Harvell, Dan Barry, Henry
Thompson, T. B. Boyd, Henry Poyn
ter, U. S. GarnesA Seymore Stratton,
Walter Brooks, Chas. Hart, Archie
Pointer. J. Blaine Boyd, President; J.
H. Kelly, Jr., Manager; Louis K.
Thomas, Secretary and Treasurer.
Any of these men can play any po
sition on the .team to a standstill.
Address all communications to J.
H. KELLY, JR., Manager, 447 4th
Avenue, North.
on the cross. "The seven Last
Words" will be the subject of tho
services.
On Easter the services will be the
Holy Communion in the morning .at
11 o'clock with a sermon; Children's
service at 5 o'clock; at that time
there will be a distribution of prizes,
cards and eggs to the members of the
Sunday-school. There will be no
evening service Easter, but a service
at 4:30 every afternoon during Illy
week.
BALL TEAM ORGANIZED.
Special to the Globe.
South Pittsburg, Tenn., March 12.
The South Pittsburg Tiall team met
last night and reorganized and elected
A. II. Hooker manager and Dave Thor
man, captain. Several of the old
player? were present and many young
recruits who will be f-viven try-outs.
ii'rhe line-in) has not vet been an
nounced. Liut it is probable that some
of the. old players will be, replaced
with young players. A large collec
tion wrs realized, and hereafter each
member will have to pay a stipulated
sum each week to satisfy the treasury,
which they have so successfully cre
ated. This team will meet all comers,
and they expect to get many games
out of town, as they will bar none.
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gFM BAT i
FISK ATHUETTC ASSOCIATION
BENNETT FIELD, MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1913 :
Continuous Vaudeville, Track Events, Relay Races, Base Ball, Sack Race, Potato
R"ace,Clirnt)lrtg Greasy Pole? Slack -Wire -Walking,- Acrobatic Feats, Ercing, High
Jumping, Wrestling-, Pole Vaulting, Folk Dancing, May Pole Plaiting, Special Drills.
Refreshments, Fortune Telling and Confetie Booths
Good Music by Brss Band and Orchestra. Open to all Schools, Entries can be made on -
the Grounds. Prizes to be Awarded.
DR.
THE MISSIONARY AND EDUCA
TIONAL UNION.
The Ladies Missionary and Educa
tional Union met In Spruce Baptist
Church Friday, March 7, 1913, wit!h
Mrs. M. H. Flowers, the president, pre
siding. With usual order of services,
the minutes were read by the Secre
tary, Mrs. C. E. Dickson, also the roll
call of different dhurches who re
sponded promptly with their reports.
Miss Ddnken of Roger Williams Uni
versity read an excellent paper on dif
ferent societies which was full of in
spiration and food for thought. The
ladies of said church served luncheon
at 6:3a. At 7:30 song service by the
audience. We had for speaker of
the evening Rev. Henry Allen
Boyd who In all hia eloquence bril
liantly addressed the ladles on mis
sions. Next on program was a beau
tiful recitation by Miss Madeline Dun
lap, subject, Helpt the Negro Girl
Rise. The meeting closed with total
amount $34. Benediction by Rev. H.
A. Boyd.
LADIES' AID OF BRADEN MEMO
RIAL. The Laides' Aid Society of Braden
Memorial met at the home of Mrs. J.
W. Richmond, Georgia street, East
Nashville, Wednesday evening, March
5. All members, present responded
with a quotation from the Eible be
ginning with E. Next week flotations
will begin D. Those present were
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Richmond, Mr.
Lee Pennington, Mrs. Jameg lladley,
John Balle, Chas. Robbs, Jesse Cheat
ham, Misses Mary Harding, Jennie
Brice, Maud Wilkerson. The Society
will have their next' meeting at the
church. The President, Mrs. Johnn
Baile, asks each member to be pres
ent next meeting.
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Fourth avenue. Telephone l;i!n 73.
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lO CENTS
SHELBYVILLE NOTES.
The Mt. Zion Baptist Churcn has
taken on new life since the instt.ua
tion of the new pastor, Rev. Mr.
Gooch. His people seem to be de
lighted with him, and the prospect
for a successful year are flattering
The Turner Normal choir, which sings
every Sunday morning at the A. M. E.
church, thrilled the audlcn'u with
the rendition of some new Jubilee
songs last Sunday. Dr. Norman,
the pastor, preached " very strong
;:ermon, and expressed himself as hav
ing been Inspired by ;h : sweet sing
ing of the choir. The rally at Scctt
Chapel M. E. Church last Sunday wns
quite a success, consider'! - l the short
time since they began the movement.
Dr. Norman preached in the after
noon, and Dr. J. A. Jones preached
at night. The amount raised was $S0.
The people were delighted. Mrs. N.
B. Benson carried a company of Tur
ner Normal students over to Jieii
buckle last Friday night to give a con
cert. The entertainment consisted
principally of drills by a team of
young girls, songs and recitations. A
good crowd was on hand and the peo
ple were highly pleased. Dr. Jones
accompanied the troup. The party
went over in vehicles by way of the
pike. This was very enjoyable to
the girls who like the novelty of the
trip. The talk of the town is the
big concert to be given on the 20th
at the City Auditorium by the stu
dents of Turner Normal College, as
sociated with Rev. Mr. Myers, form
erly of the Fisk Jubilee Quartet. Mr.
Myers will give one of his recitations
in connection with the students on
that date. The Turner Normal stu
dents will then go to Murfreesboro the
following week and give an enter
tainment at Rev. Myers' church. The
boys of Turner are planning a big
match game of baseball with the Nash
ville Deer Foots on the 21st of April.
The Order of the Eastern Star will
hold their Palm Sunday services at
the First Baptist Church next Sunday.
Dr. J. A. Jones will preach the ser
mon. Miss Annie Lee Thompson en
tertained Misses M. C. Boddie, A. P.
Compton and Fannie A. Killian at
tea last Saturday evening. Miss Cal
lie Murry came home from Nashville
last week quite ill. The Nightingale
Quartet of T. N. C. and the Imperial
Dramatic Company go to Murfreesboro
this week to entertain in the A. M. E.
Church,
DR. BOUTTE ENTER TAINS MEM
BERS OF ROCK CITY ACAD
EMY OF MEDICINE.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Dear Doctor Your much highly
prozed inv'.tatio nto be present at the
stag set by you at the rooms of the
Rock City Academy of Medicine and!
Surgery on Monday night next is now!
before me. I hereby express my ac-i
ceptance of tnis invitation. I regret,
very much that a previous engage-;
ment to sper.k in Columbia on that I
s.nii? evening will prevent my being
present. )
I wish, however, to express to ycu
my appreciation and hearty approval'
if your efforts by this means to dem
onstrate your relations and good will
towards the members of the prof or-!
sion in this city. I bespeak that the!
evening will be pleasantly bpent.
You are to bo congratulated upon
i..e conception you have of the prop
er relationship that should exist be
tween the Pharmacist and the Phy
sician, and also upon the efforts you
are putting forth to run and maintain
a first-class up-to-date drug store.
Your ideals cannot, be reached alone.
We as physicians must rally to your
support not or.ly in saying good
things to you, but in sending our pre
scriptions to you as well. With this
done on our part, 1 feel confident that
your sympathetic yet perfectly con
trolled nature, ready tact and sterling
common sense will do the rest.
With best wishes for a most enjoy
able evening, and pledging you my
co-operation and support upon com
mand by you at any time, I remain,
Yours truly,
A. M. TOWNSEND, M. D.
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EASY PAYMENTS
1539.12th Ave. North
3 Room Cottage
$25.00 Cash, Balance $8.00
Per Month
DAVIS-C0CKR1LL-FINEGAN CO.
300 Third Ave. North
COLUMBIA NOTES.
Dr. G. W. Porter, pastor of St. John
A. M. E. Church, Nashville, was here
for a f'W days last week. Presiding
Elder G. L Jackson preached at St
Paul last Sunday, this being the second
quarterly conference of this conference
year. ' Mrs. Jane Crawley died March
th! 7th after an illness of only a few
weeks. She leaves a husband and
one daughter, Mrs. Almeta Choat, of
Nashville, and a host of other relatives
and friends. Hers was a beautiftil
Christian lire. She was a kind neigh
bor and will be greatly missed in
the community In which she lrvcd.
Her funeral was largely attended and
was from St. Paul, where Bhe had
been a member for only a few years,
having moved her memt)ershlp from
Canaan A. M. E. Church. Rev. George
Perry, who pastored Canaan Church
some years ago, preached her funeral
to a very large congregation. Mr.
Dock Hall, of Nashville, was here on
business one day last week. Miss Be
atrice Gordon entertained the LUera
ry Club last Friday evening in a mot
delightful manner at her home, Ea;t
Tenth street. Each member respond
ed to the roll call with a quotation
from Byron. A short sketch of Byron'.,
life was read by Mr. A. Samnson
Brown. Prof. J. H. Kelly led the'rtis
cussion 'of the same. The recitations
by Miss Corine Kennedy and Mn.
Malinda Frierson were especially en
joyed. A quartet, "Clover Blossoms,"
was beautifully rendered by Mrs. Mat
tie Dodson and Miss Bertha Gwynn.
After the program was rendered a
most delicious two-course menu was
served. Mrs. Alice Hedgpeth and Mr".
Tomella Hackney assisted Miss Gor
don in serving. The invited guests
were Mrs. Pearlie Jackson and Mrs.
A. M. Kelly. The next meeting will
be with Prof, and Mrs. E. L. Peacock.
BUSHELL AT ROGER WIL
LIAMS UNIVERSITY.
Dr. J. Davenport Bushell, pastor,
First Baptist Church, East Nashville,
delievered a capital address to the
student body last Tuesday evening
on the s'ubject, "The Bible a Beautiful
Book." It was forceful, enthusiastic
throughout. As a result of the week
of prayers conducted by the young
Women's Christian Association, Miss j
Staples was converted. Mrs. Miller, !
Chairman Executive Committee of the j
Women's American Baptist- Homel
Mission Society, and Miss Dickerson, j
member of the same committee, while;
on their Southern tour, visiting the
schools of which the Society supports
one or more teachers gave Roger Wil
liams a visit Friday evening remain-;
frig over night.' They-'are -women -f ,
large experience in school work and :
travel. Each spoke complimentary'
of the work done in all the depart
ments. Both are of Chicago.
AMONG THE CHITRCHES.
Tag Day at the First Baptist Church
in East Nashville by the Metoka and
Galeda Classes was observed last Sun
day afternoon. Rev. W. S. Ellington
and Rev. N. H. Plus were the principle
speakers. The exercises were largely
attended.
HOLY TRINITY NEXT SUNDAY.
Palm Sunday will be celebrated in
commemoration of the Triumphant
Entry into Jerusalem. Befitting
services will be observed at the
eleven o'clock service, when palms
will be blessed and distributed.
The 21st of March is Good Friday.
The services will be from 12 nv to 3
p. m.; the three hours the Lord hung
Ladies! Ladies! Ladies
Are you having trouble with
your hair not growing?
Dandruff Chaser and
Hair Grower
is the remedy.
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MRS. N. B. WILSON
Phone M. 4381
13 Trimble Street, Nashville, Tenn.
II A VIS
Congh Syrnp, Cold Tablets, Lirrr Cap
sules Most do the work r money re
funded Xnwlivillo Drug Co.
Free Delivery Mail 1200
12th anil JefferNOit
MILLINGTON NOTES.
Our little town is very active now
that several large buildings are going
up. Mr. E. A. Harald Is building a
livery and feed stable. Mr. E. N. At
kerson, the post master, is building a
brick store. The A. M. E. Church is
rebuilding, also there are several resi
dences going up. The order of the
Eastern Star will celebrate Palm
Sunday. St. Steven Lodge A. F. and
A. M. will turn out with them. Mr.
J. M. Easterling, Grand Lecturer of
the Knights of Pythias of the State
or Tennessee, will visit us on the
22nd. King David Lodge Is planning
to give him a great welcome. On the
fifth Sunday the Lodge and Court
will listen to a sermon by Rev. A.
G. Mebani', of Memphis. There will
be a beautiful program rendered. On
April 1st Prof. N. N. Reynolds will
be here. Grace Court and Grace Ju
veniles are planning to give him a roy
al time. Whtn In our community,
visit us. The Lodge and Court meet
the first and third Tuesday nights
in each month. Notice, on Tuesday
April 1, at 7:30 p. m. there will bo
a surprise party given at the Knights
of Pythias hall under the auspices of
the Ydung People's Social and Reading
Circle Easter Sunday will also be a
great day here with the churches. Sir
A. L. Wlttle Is , the secretary and
treasurer, and James Walker is the
manager of the Young People's Social
and Reading Circle. "We gladly ac
cept books, pamphlets, magazines,
and money or anything you care to
give. Watch the Globe and you shall
hear from us again.
aster Clothes
Our lines of Ready-to-wear Clothes have
surpassed any previous season they are in
deed beyond our own expectation.
Suits $15 to $25
made by the world's best tailors
Hart-Schaffner & Marx Co., Chicago, 111.
Schloss Bros. & Co., Baltimore, lid.
Boys' Suits $3.50 to $15
fmflUC Mens fine Shoes in $0 QC f a QR
UllUlilJ Low cuts or Boots LiUO IU (JU
We have shoes for the entire family, everything in footwear
for the grown-ups and near grown-ups.
Will It Be a New Hat?
Surely you want one of the new blocks for
Easter Sunday. Call in and try one of the new
styles. - - .- $2.00, $3.00, $4.00
Every express brings new shirts and neckwear everything
that is made can be seen here.
Ladies' Wear gEffi?
$1485
Serges Bedford Cord Wideroles all colors and shades
LADIES' HATS &Q:!u.-.n.s.7.. $2.95 and $4.95
Untriramed Shapes-98c, $1.98. $2.98
FIFTH
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HIRSHBERG BROS.
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NASHVILLE INTEIUJBAJT
Train Schedule
Effective Wednesday, June 1. U10.
Subject to change without notice, s
Nortbbonnd
LEAVE ARRIVE! -FRANKLIN.
NASHVILLE.
6:00 am 7:00 am
v .uu am :uu mm
8:00 am 9:00 msa
9:00 am 10:00 uu
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 6:00'pm
6:00 pm . ..." 6:00 pm
6:00 pm 7:00 pm
7:00 pm 8:00 pm
10:30 pm 11:30 pm
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
1:00 pm 2:00 pm
12:00 noon 1:00 pm
3:00 pm 4:00 pm
4:00 pm 5:00 pm
5:00 pm 6:00 pm
6:00 pm 7:00 pm
7:00 pm 8:00 pm
9:00 pm 10:00 pm
11:30 pm 12:80 am
Dally except Sunday.
MIDDLE TENNESSEE! RAILROAD
Passenger Schedule
Effective Sunday, Nov. 8, 1912.
(Subject to change without notice.)
Leave Mt Pleasant. .. .7:00 am 1:00 pm
Leave Franklin 9:15 am 4:00 pm
Arrive Franklin 8:65 am 2:65 pm
Arrive MX. Pleasant. .11:10 am 6:65 pm
O. T. ELDER, General Pa. Agt
700 uroaaway, iNasnviue,.xenu.
TENNESSEE CENTRAL B. R.
City Ticket otlice. No. 1 Arcade. Phone
Main 30H. Station at toot of Broadway. Ef
fective Nov. 17 l'J12.
For Sleepin near reservation, between 6 and 9
p. til., phone Main 1172.
Depart. Arrive.
IHopkinvilleMail 7:55am 7:00pm
IHopkinsville Accom 5:00pm 9;45am
Lebanon Accent 11:25am 2:10pm
tKnoxville Day Express 8:50am 6:45pm
Knoxville Nicht Express 9:30pm 6:15pm
IMonterey Shopins Train 4:00pm 10:05am
(Lebanon Accom 6:10pm 7:50am
IDaily except Sunday.
Through electric !;"hted Pullman Sleepers on
night trains; Individu:.! lights in each birth, Pull
man service between Nashville, and Ashville, N.
through coaches on day trains between Nashville
and knoxville.
SHORTEST LINE QUICKEST TIME.
H. W. Tayson, C. T. A.
R. A. Chadwlck, Q. P. A.
DR. C. V. ROMAN,
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FITE, OVERALL & CO.;
GENERAL IKUIUICE
Nashville, Tenn.,
Hume, Bala 603 203 UNIOH STEUT

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