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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913.
-5 i ) 5 n n i. ! i i t j Base Ball 1 Nashville vs. Atlanta Thursday, Friday and Saturday DON'T FAIL to examine our stock be fore purchasing graduat ion presents for your Doctor friends. We are always glad to show you we have everything he needs MAKE HIM A ISHU GIFT. THEO TAFEL CO, Surgical Instruments and Physician Supplies Fourth Ave.. aaaa III llS TO LOAN WK LOAN MONKY AT b I'KK t'KNT If vou are Interested In buylni? or build ing ft home. aitdliiK to your real estate hold ing, reducing the Intertst on your present mortisaiie, or making a profitable real es tate liivt'Ktment or should you wish to make a Ravings investment that Is both safe and profitable, call on or write it, .1. It. Davis, tiK Arcade Nashville, Turn. Prompt Service Phono Main 209S University Dry Cleaning Co. Dry, Steam and Chemical Cleaning Ladita Work a Specialty All Work Guarant red 618 Jefferson St. Nashville, Tenn. James Gassetty Dealer in JELLICO, EMPIRE AND MAR'S HILL COAL, GAS HOUSE COKE Telephone Main 902 1116 Clinton St. Perry & Lester Coal Co. Wholesale and Ketail Dealers ia COAL TANNER IIENDIUCK. Manafter Yarils:()0G Second Ave. N 1'lIONi: MAIN 2! fj arm1,: ",:-"vu:m:.turJ& OfftCt PHONE M 1189 RtSIDtNCE PHONl HEMIOCK I94( Miae One, Call the Other Richard Hill Ileal Kwttate Notary l'ublir REAL ESTATE BARGAINS AND PENSION GASES A SPECIALTY 410 1-2 UUr Strew Nashville, Tenn A. G. JAKRETT POOL ltOOM nnd CAFE BKEKDER OF TliorouulilrM. Hull IfMw Correspendanca Solicited, Addresi A. JAUKKTT Wln-lhy ill Tfllll. C. L HARDING m 11th k Jefferson 1 U kMUl U. 12 ui A jeiiersoii i Fresh Meats ami Groceries; ol all kinds KvcrylMMl.v WVIcomo Come Ami See NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. May Rules, 113. Fannie B. Bell vs. Clarence Bell. 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 procss of law cannot be served upon him; it is therefore ordered that said defendant enter his appearance herein at the May term of the Davidson Coun ty Circuit Court, to be holden at the Court House in Nashville, Tennessee, on the first Monday in May, it bf ins a rule day of this Court, and defend hearing ex parte. It is therefore or Cornel thnt n conv of this order be mib lished for four weeks In succession lumber enloyed the Ions stroll on such a the Nashville Globe, a newspaper pub-i beautiful, moon-shinln? night. Owlnc lished In Nashville. ' to the absence of the president the L. M. HITT, Clerk. A. M. HITT, D. C H. L. Mayfleld, plainant. Solicitor for Corn- oooooooooocoooooooooc J0O0O00( MiladVs Nute Book. Batxer-Vaughn. Mr. T. J. Baxter and Miss Carrie Vaughn were united in marriage. Sun day morning at 11 ole'ock at the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church cor ner of Eighth avenue,, North and Gay street. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. Spencer Jackson. Tlu) wedding though simple was very im pressive. Quite a number of friends were on hand to witness the mar riage tliough tliey were very much surprised, as only a few knew of the marriage until they arrived at the church. The many friends of the young couple wish them a happy and ranged card party at her home on prosperous married life. Mr. Uaxter Eastland avenue, in honor of her sis is a voung tailor and quite a favorite l' r- M'-s Hisie May Wilson, of Pu around the city, while Miss Vaughn Illski. Trim. Tht house was beauti is verv popular with the young ladies i!lllr d.-conited with potted plants and of the citv. After the honevmoon. ,S,ft flowers. Miss Celia MeKinsle as the couple will reside at 1124 Jo John ton avenue. Six O'clock Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cave enter tained a few of the friends at a si j o'clock dinner in honor of Mr. W. M. ; Price and Miss Mary England. April :13th. After a few hours spent in i pleasure, they were then Invited into ' the dining room and served a sumpt uous five course menu. The guests all expressed themselves as having spent an enjoyable evening. Imperial Club. Mrs. Wm. Smithson was hostess to: Miss jjUia McAdoo, Edd Jackson, the members of the Imperial Club i Sireatha Johns, Tom J. Hodge, Alber Wednesday afternoon. April 2. -Busi-ita Hobert, Richard J Armstrong, Mira ness portion of the meeting was pre- Stones, W. A. Polk) Sadie Alford, sided over by the President. The Joseph Ross, Anna Yates, Ester Fra hour of embroidering was pleasantly zier, Josie Robersori. The club was spent. Members present: Mr's-; addressed by Rev. ,G. Martin. The dames: Johnnie Works, Roy C. Erwin.1 solo by Mr. Wm. Brown was very Perry Bonds, Wm. Smithson. Jake I much enjoyed. A . delightful five Anderson, Lemuel Haddox, J. L. V.oor- course supper was served by the re hies and Orlando J. Voorhies. Atjfreshment committee. The sweet the close of the meeting the hostess ,muslc rendered by Prof. Chas. Moore served the guests a very daintily prepared two course menu. Imperial Club. The members of the Imperial Club were guests of Mrs. J. L. Voorhies of 1029 Thirteenth avenue. South. Quite a nice number were present and each enjoyed themselves in a jovial and also business way. Some 'very beau tifully finished embroidery work was presented by some of the members at this meeting. Members present: jMesdames: Roy C. Erwln. O. J. Voor- jhies. Jake Anderson, John Works. I Lizzie Haddox, Louise Bonds, J. L. Voorhies. Wm. Smithson and Sarah Campbell. A very pleasing salad and ice course was served. Club ad journed to meet next with Mrs. Or lando Voorhies, of 621 Webster street. A Pleasant Surprsie. . ...Mrs. .E. 41. Jon.esjuid. Aliases Mai , Etta Sherrell and Lillian M. Bostic entertained wenensnay evening .Mrs. Clint White at her home 818 Overton street with a surprise party in honor of her twenty-ninth birthday. The eveninir was spent in various games and conversations, after which a four course menu was served. The din ing room was beautifully decorated with choice cut flowers and potted plants. The. table was covered with a cloth of Mexican drawn wori' Those partakinsr of their hospitality , wrip .til. iiiiii .ii. i urn tvinir, .ui, and Mrs. Porter Brown, Mr. and Mrs. j Geo. Pakes. Mrs. Sidney Bond, Mrs. j E. IT. Jones. Mrs. Albert McDaniel, Misses Maggie Wilkes, Lillian M. r.'ostic. Mai Etta Sherrell and Miss Anna Williams. Messrs. Chas. Scruggs Geo. Hill and Master T. A. Jones. A Club of Girls. A pleasant evening was spent at the residence of Miss Willa M. Brooks ?0!1 Winter street oh last Friday. April 11. As the guests entered trap - pe was served in the hall by Miss Louise Brooks. Those present to en- Joy the evening were: Misses Willa and Louise Brooks Lillle L. Wilker- son, Lillian K. Hill, Ethel Darden. Oreatha Stevens. Tennie M. Odie Al- !ma L. Dillahunty.- Sadie Watkin S, Louise Barnes,' Sarah McCage, Han-'south. nah B. Peed. Marion Bryant, MarthnJ L. Southall, Nannie M. Brooks, Em-1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. ma Dora Brooks. Myrtle Johnson. Wii- ..How t0 Makp Your Bible a Tnln3 la TV. Flaeg. Brideet Branch Daisy L.()t L5fe will b( thp Kubjoct of Rov Martin. Iva Ridley. Mab e Neely. ; w s EiHnffton Sunday. Messrs. virgn ij. i ampoeu, wunam H. Sims. Henry Matthews, Walter Mopnins, James A. Williams. Van L. . t ... t, aip.i I M CI UllOimtl, lil'Ill) Dill !-. rtllliu I Halle. Samuel Lee Pennincton, Ed ward and Samuel Brooks. Robert Slat- ton. .thn ttatts. Tiipopoii royi. not Thrown. T.uthor nnd Thomns Storkcll. Tsiinc Millor, Siiniucl .Taniison, Victor lVaks, Andrew Mcwhoad, Wm. Vanchn, Frank MrRrown. John Whito nnd Sam Folly. Gamps and danriir: vrro rn.joyptl by all prosont. Tcp wore Rprvpd. Rollins-Burkeen. Mr. TTprshnll TJollins and Miss An niii P."ll F.nvkofn wpvp qniptlv mar-rii-d Monday pvoninsr. April 11. 101". at t ho rosidpiiro of thp brido's ninth pr. ."07 f,th avpnup. South, whorp thpy will makp thfir homo for the prpsont. Rpv. 0. Tt. Taylor, ofTieiatpd. Eagle Club. Eaclo Cliih of C. -of O. rperular mppt-1ns- was hold with Miss OIIps, 02." N. fith strpot, April Kith. All momhars gafhprpd at thp rpsidpneo of Tiss Nan nip Forbps. "iH Tiisohoy. who at 8 o'clock took loave to conduct the mpmhers to the homo of reporter. line. i uu Kay iuukiik i wnu:ii in itprmlnglcd srave proof that each rnem urteetint? was opened ny me vice presi dent at 9: HO. Meeting or business was turned Into a social. Remarks from Mr. Harding of Chicago, who also Sporting News. displayed his musical talent. Mr. Stanhng was greatly pleased to have Mr. and Mrs Atoaters new bride and groom, Mrs. Atwaters was Miss Nina a faithful charter member of Eagle C. of C. A dainty ice course was served at a late hour. Each expressed a joyous time, bade good night. Ad- journnieni 10 meet wun .Mr. mi warn . Stockel!, T,T.) Lischey avenue. Visitors . are welcome. t : In Honor of Her Sister. Mi-s Minnie Wilson entertained Thursday evening with a nicely ar- sisted me nostess. .Miss L'lnora : Thomas serve d frappe on the arri- val of the guests. Later a delight j ful ice-course was served at the card tables with pink and white mints and salted almonds. There five guests present. were twenty- T. S. C Club. t The Tailors' Social Club met and held their weekly meeting at the home of Miss Kitson, of Clifton avenue. The meeting was called to order by President Stewart. The roll was call ed and members .responded, after which applications ( were received. Full members are: Mr. Joe Dozier, S""' pleasure iu uu jjiest-iu. i ut- club adjourned to meet with Miss Sireatha Johns on Hawkins street. Whist Party. Quite an enjoyable spent Friday. April 18. of Miss Annie Ru?sell street. The hostesses, evening was at the home , 714 Winter Misses V. L. Flagg and A. C. Russell entertained In honor of Mr. Thomas H. Grant, of Chicago. 111., who is in the city en route to Jacksonville,. Fla. Progres sive Whist was the feature of the evening and quite a lively game was conducted by Miss V. L. Flagg, Miss A. C. Russell keeping tally. After the count, Miss W.( B. Flagg having the greatest number of points was declared winner of the prize. Miss Mattie Allen won the booby. The guests were then served quite an elab orate ice course ; Those present were Misses Louise Trooks, Mattie Alpn Alberra Ross Esther Freeman E1a T)ardPn, Eugenia Walker. Mar tha Farrar, Hannah and Allie Davis. ; th(?" N doctors in every way pos Annie Russell. Viola and Willie Flagg. j j Another impression the Meharry Azalia Art Club. ' jvtmlents receive while under the tuta- The Azalia Art Club met in regu lar meeting at the residence of Mrs. Henry Ransom Monday evening, Apr. L'l, lOto. The meeting was called to order by the president. Song and prayer by the chaplain. Minutes of iasi meeting were reau aim received Among the Churches. TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS A CLASS- LEADER. ! Friday night, April ISth, Mr. John V. Porter, leader of Class No. 3, I St. James A. M. E. Church, a position he faithfully filled twenty-seven year3, was entertained by members of the class as their anniversary in honor of Mr. Porter. The regular meeting was opened by Mr. Porter. REVIVAL AT ST. PAUL A. M. E. j CHURCH. j Rev. S. L. Howard, the Secretary of ;tne Evangelistic Board of the A. M. E. church, is conductinu n wvival at St. iPftiil A M "R Chnrph tTmirth flvniif ST. LUKES A. M. E. CHURCH. St. Luke's A. M. E. Church with Rev. I. J. Edwards, pastor has just closed a revival, the greatest in its history. There wer ethirty-three ; conversions". TJiese meetings were j largely attended. Dr. Young ad- ( dressed the Sunday-school Sunday. The Sunday-school is improving very, nicelv and the attendance is very 1 :irp;p. Caper's Chapel C. M. K. Church will closo ' Avril hi'V spi 27th. ing rallv next Sunday. REV. FIELDS LECTURES AT PLEA ANT GREEN. The Sunday-school of Pleasant P.aptist Church is cnthuiastic in their endeavor to build up a much larger Sunday-school. ! BIDS CLOSESATU RDAY. ' Dr. U. II. Boyd announced this week tlmt the bids for the prick work on i hi dwelling in course of erection corner of Ilieman strct and Sixteenth avenue, would clo-e Saturday evfiiing at 5 o'clock. Tie stated he would like 'as many brick contractors to bid on it as possible. T he pims can he seen - i,y cnlnni; - p'uijiisi,jnf. at the National Baptist Board, or bv calling on Mr. Moses McKNsnck, architect building Adv. for the A nice front room and kitchensuita- ble for small family or man and wife, T,ood locality. Apply upstairs at 1313 Grundy Ftreet. Adv. by State Normal Norma) in First Game Triumphs 9 to C. The A. & I. State Normal School last Saturday on Bennett field in Us first game of baseball defeated the .""e Vl .iiT wli!'?. ,d h of schoo)g ,n fuU flnd ghowed their d ,n. terest by thelr rooting j DaviSi besidet. leUing hls oppo. mnts down with five nltSf struck out figntP(.n llicn IIe was ably supported by u0Wcll, his batterv partner, who handled h;s speed with great faso-! risk was forced to use three pitchers, namely, Suggs, Smith and Lewis, bu none of them could stop the onslaught :of the Normal boys who ran bases at ! will. , For the State Normal, the battery work was the bright feature, while for Fisk, the hitting of Kindle, who made a double, triple and homer out of three times at the plate, aided the Fisk boys in getting all of their runs. Batting Order. Innings 1 ! 2 ! 3 ! 4 ! 5 ' G State Normal. .. 0!0;0!13!0 Fisk 2I0I1I0 10 Fisk University Defeated 7 8 9 2 2 1 1 0 1 Batteries, State Normal: Davis and Howell. Fisk: Suggs, Smith, Lewis and Kindle. Umpires: Robinson and Work. Line-up. State Normal. Fisk. Boyd 3rd b Lee Howell c Kindle Crawley 1. f Stiegle Brown c. f McVey Vaughn r. f Burn3 Tolliver 2nd b Richie Jones 1st. b Ferguson Woodfolk s. s Settles Davis p Suggs, Smith, and Lewis. COMMENCEMENT OF MEHAR RY MEDICAL COLLEGE, (Continued from page 1.) elation of Dental Faculties and Phar maceutical Colleges. The committee that is sustained by tne Carnegio foundation sustained the standing that was given Meharry by these Associ ations. Dr. Hubbard has spent 49 years in educational work among NegroeB in Nashville. In 1864 he began this work in the Nelson Merry Baptist Church on Pearl street, where he established a private school under the auspices of that church. Rev. Merry was a friend and support er of Dr. Hubbard long before he graduated in medicine. It Is an In teresting story to have Dr. Hubbard tell you of the early beginning of his work in Nashville along educational lines. In speaking of the opportunities of the Negro physicians it was brought out that they come In closer contact with the white men who are engaged in the same profession than any class of professional men of the race. The day has never been when the Negro i physician could not get a conference with a wmte physician. They nave alwnvs shown a willingness to hein i lege or Dr. lluDDara is race conhdence. 'There have been times when the stu- dents have not been willing to give j s-uch work as comes In their line to i those Negroes who have p-ppared ! themselves to do it. But Dr. H'ibbard got s out of the way to see to t that they patronize -Negroes who are en gaged in business and who have prov ed that that they are competent to do first-class work. This is drilled into the minds of the young doctors. Such training prepares them for leader ship as they go out into the world. Dr. Hubbard is a great believer in i the possibilities of the race, and he ' i never fails to impress the students! with that fact. He believes that the students of Meharry are competent to go out into the world and make a creditable showing in medicine and he also believes that if the Negro can learn the science of medicine he also has the capacity to learn other things, and such principles are be ing Inculcated in the minds of the stu dents of Meharry. Dr. Hubbard Is not only sending out men trained as physicians, but men trained in the belief of self-help and self-confidence. Graduates of Meharry Medical Col lege Since its Establishment. The following is the number of graduates who have received diplo mas at the hands of its faculty: Medi cal graduates, 1,214; dental, 23fi; phar maceutical, 197: nurses, 40. Total number of graduates from Meharry, 2,fS7. The annual income of these physicians ranges from $500 to $3,000, with an average of about $1,000. Thr majority of them have- good homes and well-equipped offices and libraries, There arc exceptional cases, of course, with the physician as with all other men. Some have accumulated con- ; hitler : able rable wealth and they have been le to invest tneir earnings proiua- hly and have received good returns from the same, while others who have not been so crafty in the art of busi ness hut who nevertheless have done WALL WrigMBros. 'I m Fifth Avpniift. North I I m:':5nr:j;ti'ii,.'iMr AU,:;r:ili,xx.'Tr.-- ...m rT.-n... 'as much for humanity in an earnest and painstaking performance of their duty toward humanity. I There are some doctors who are contented to earn a fair living, and who devote all their time and energy to research and in giving to the world what they have learned In their pro fession that the suffering of humanity may be lessened. So if all these men accumulate great wealth for themselves they cannot be put down as failures, for they have in truth performed a great service for hu manity. Attendance at Mehariy This Year. In the medical department there were 323; in the dental department, 13G: pharmaceutical. 43: nurses. 14. Total enrollment this year. 522. This is a little below the enrollment of last year, due to several causes. The !Btud,;nt, wno g0 ,',orth Pvery Bumm er are rinding it harder each year to secure employment, as the imigration tide continues in that section, and there is not such a demand for help as there was years ago. Another thing that made it inconvenient for some was due to the floods that caused a great los to the crops In the Southern States in 1912. It is pre dicted, however, that the attendance next year will be greater than it was last year or is this year, as the con ditions are most favorable to farmers, and the high ranking of Meharry will cause many to come from other sec tions of the country. There are medical colleges that have been grad ed as high as Meharry which, since the test has been applied, could not come up to the standard. WM. A. CROSTHWAIT, Lawyer and Notary Public. Makes a specialty of Chancery Prac tice, Examination of Titles to Real Estate and Saving Mortgaged Homes. Suits to Order $15 nnd Up Panta $5 and Up. We give the most satisfaction for the least money .... Standard Tailoring Co. Cleaning, Preaflin and Repairing at Keaaonable Prieea It. U. MARTIN, Mgr. 427 Peaderlck St. Nashville, Tenn, 33rd Season 71st Concert Annual Concert Fisk Mozart Society Harry Burleigh, Baritone Soloist John W. Work. T enor Soloist Marie Jones, Saprano Soloist Cora Boulder, Soprano Soloist Will Krndrr S. Coleridge Taylor' Famous Cantata "Hiawatha" AT Fisk Memorial Chapel Friday Night, May 2, 8 p. m. Itrservrd Seats General Admission. :r 1 ir.kets on sale at the One Cent Hank, People Savings aad (ilohe. Reserved seats, I'hone Main 912. Secure Seats Karly Seals will be on sale Saturdayr Six Reasons Who You Should Use RENWAR Relieves all Rheumatic'pains. Ilinriches the blood. Neutralize Uric acid, w arraoted to cure. Absolutely correct constipation, llecommendid by all who have used it. D".e..ky"11 Oe per bottle Maaafaetared by M'jirner Drug Co. Phone 181 801 Jefferson St G. E. T1UEBEK Staple ami Fancy KememWr Trieber's Fresh Meat counter filled villi l'ork Chops, Brisket lieef, Hound Steaks, Loin and Teahone Steaks. ICvervlliinji jool do nl PAPER fflTurner RAILROAD TIME TABLES Lonisville & Naskrille R. K. New Union Station, City Ticket Office, J2i; Fourth avenue. Telephone Main J3. (Cm recteii to J una 23, '12) North North went Leaves Arrives 3:10 a in Louisville & Cincinnati am 8 : ; J-i iuu .n ew York Special (through service) 8.0o am k:lo am-New orn Limited (through service) 8::15 pin nl'-' lo nm Louisville Accom 0.3:10 pm 3:i) nm h.vnnsvll le A l lilciigo .. i (lo ijri i -iifini f.viiiisvine .v m. Louis Kijain n7:i." am Kvai'ville A St. Louis.. 2:lio am :) pm I net incao Limited... i:o am 1 10 iuu- h imsvllle A t'hlctiso (Dixie 1'lyer) 1112am " 7 fj pm The St. i.ouls Flyer.... 7;D0 p.ni South 2.2j am Ulrniinniiani Mont- tiomeiy, Jlohllo, New Orleans 2:.18 am 8 25 am lilriuliichani, ilont i ornery, Mobile, New Orleans 7:t0 pm i):05 pm Hlrmingham A Mont gomery 6 50 am Arcomniofliitlnii Trniiaai a!3;10 pin Ni suvllle and Scoits- ville Accommodation !10 H am a!5:10 pm Nashville and Harts- vllle Accommodation 7.15 am aSOO pm llonklnsvllle Accom modation J 56 am 3 40 pin Nashville and Decatur Accommodation .... 1005 am 340 pm Columbia and Mt.' P'eiwant 6 40 pm 7:30 am Columbia, Florence, Sheflield and Tus- ,umhla 6:40 pm, a!4:30 pm Nashville and Clarks. vllle Accom modal ion.. !8 16 am 7:30 am-Franklln A Columbia .. 10:()fi am 2:t pm Interurban.... 12-40 pm 340 pin Columbia and ' MU Pleasant 4 50 pm, ! Dally except Sunday. a Stops at North College Station. Train arrlvlnt? at 7 40 p. ni. and 7 15 p m. brlnifs connections from Tuscumbla and Florence. R C. WALLIS. nfRtrlct Passenger Aet "V. H. MUSTAINE, City Passener Agt. N.. C. & NT. I.. KY. Ticket Ollices Cnlon Station liinndway. City Olllce, Maxwell House, corner church St. and Fourth Ave nue, N. Phone Main 877. (Corrected Pec. 3,1911) W. M. HUNT, City Ticket Agent Maxwell Houe. POWELL PHILLIPS, P. A., Maxwell House. JNO. F. GRAFFNEY, JR.. MaxweH House. W. L DAN LEY, Q. P. A.. Union Station. Wwt and Niirlhwr.t Leaves. Arrives. 7:00 am Memphis, Hickman, Paducalt, St. Louis, connects from Cen treville (!) 8:35 pm 2:15 am Jackson, Memphis. Hickman, Paducah 1:32 rm 1530 pm Waverljr Accommodation, connects for Centrcville 800 am 1:00 pm "Dixie Flyer," solid train to St. Louis 8.35 am 11:30 pm Memphis and Hickman 6.50 am Month and I'Utmt 2:25 am Chattanooea anu 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." solid vesti bulcd train to Ohattanooiia, Atlanta, Jacknville. Din itiK cars 4 12 pm 830 pm Chatt no" and connect ina (!) lor Shelby vilte. Sparta. Faycttoville, Hm tsville, Tracv C ty. South Pittsburg 10 50 am !0:00 pm Tull.iii'Hiia Accommodation ( onneclstor t-lielbyville) 8 15 am 9.30 pm Ch ittanoon. Atlanta Sleep er to N w York 6:5 am I.eltnit Triiinn 17 m nm f h:nwin Mixed ... !') 25 am Lebanon E.n ess !12:10 pm M:IKI pm I ei tin'i Accommodation.. Ifi:40 pm 0;n pin Lclvinmi Accommodation .. '7:55 pm !D;:ily cxfc: t SiiuJay. NASnVILLE INTERDBAH Train Schealal Effective Wednesday, Jun 1, 1111. Subject to change without notlea. orthboan4 LEAVE ARRTVH FRANKLIN. NABIfVTLXJi. 6:00 am 7:00 am 7:00 am 1:00 axa 8:00 am :00 ua 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:00 am 12:00 noon 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 1:00 pm 6:00 pm t:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm :M m 10:30 pm 11:0 pm South boan4 LEAVE ARWVH NASHVILLE. FRANKLIN. 7:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am t:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:00 am 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 12:00 noon 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 1:00 pm 5:00 pm :00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 9:00 pm 10:00 pm 11:30 pm 11:0 a Dally except Sunday. MIDDLE TENNESSEE KAIUKOAD Passenger Bekedala Effective Sunday, Not. t, lilt (Subject to change without notice.) Leave Mt. Pleaaant. . . .7:00 am 1:00 pm Leave Franklin t:16 am 4:00 pm Arrive Franklin 8:66 am 1:61 pm Arrive Mt. Pleasant. .11:10 am 6:61 pm O. T. ELDER, Ooneral Pas Act, 700 Broadway, NashTlUe, Tenn. TKNNKSSKK CENTRAL R. R. City Ticket (Mlice. No. 1 Arcade. Phone1 Main SOU. Station at foot of Uroadway. Kf fuctive Nov. 17 1SU2. I'or Slcepine car reservation, between 6 and 9 p. m., pnone main nu. Depart. Itlopkinville Mail 7:55am lltupkinsville Accom 5:lKipm Lebanon Acco in II :25am IKnoxville Day Express. . . 8:50am Knoxvillc NikIiI Express U:3npm IMonlcrey Sliopinn Train 4:IHipm ILebanon Accom 6:10pm IDaily except Sunday. Arrive. 7;00pm 9:45am 2:10pm 6:45pm 6:15pm 10:05am 7:50am. inrouKii electric liKlited t'lillman sleepers on nidi! trains; individual lights in each birth, Full man service between Nashville, and Asliville, N, throuuli coaches on day trains between Nashville and knoxville. SHORTEST LINE QUICKEST TIME. H. W. Tayson, C. T. A. R. A. Chadwick, O. P. A. Nasliville-Gullatin Interurban. Lv. Nashville. Lv. Galaiin- fiat 7:30 ..a. m. 6:00. . ..a. in. 7:00... ..a. 111. 8:0O... ..a. ni. 9:00... ..a. in- 10Mi... ..p. 111. 12:00... ..p. ni. 1:00... ..p. 111. 3(H)... ..p. til. 4:00... ..p. 111. 5(H)... a. m. . m. 3. m. a. m. a, m. m. p, m. p, m. p. m. P. m. . p. tn. p- in- ... p. m. ; 8 30.. ! 9:31., i 10:30. ! 12:30. i 1:30. I 3:30. t 4:30, ' 5:30. 6:30. 7:3(1. !8:30. On Sundaythe first car leaves XaslivXIIoT'Oa' m-, and regular schedule continues. ' ' !As far asl.is llendersonvilleofily On Sundays the first car leaves Gallatin at 7 00 a. n I