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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910. n r y u u ED 9 GROCER 1801 JEFFERSON STREET elg Dee and PedL . '' ii'I'iIii3iiZr!irr-iiiii iwii ii'IiiiiimTmiii'imh Imii in il ti'wi'ilii iimTi ttllwai ' anjiTrt C Tli "mm "iTi i ' m i iwllL n ii fci'i mi i n n 1 1 1 art i ni wnin i m i liiiiMin Jilln ii i ilnTi ' ii iiiT""w n i m ' ii i ir- r ir' :-":rr ' taT V J-1 J'-""y L' ' '-'j "n ' ' n "n m n-'mri Iir "immiii "rr- yoM 606010 m free competition, if you believe in a merchant giving his' customers the advantage of of his "Knowing How" to sell cheaper than his competitors, see me. I have been in business a number of years, and have been always noted for my square and honest dealings. My pa trons, who are legions, will testify to the fact that they are always courteously treated. . I AM IN WO SYNDICATE JUST SIMPLY G. E. TREIBER, THAT'S ALL. Lards and Meats Matches and Candles Teas and Pickles Preserves and Nuts Macaroni and Class Ware Vegetables Brooms and Baking Powder Canned Fruits SEE MY FULL STOCK OF nn Fresh mm AND total! Canned Meats Cereals and Coffee Condiments Canned Vegetables Canned Fish, Cakes, Can dies, Extracts, Flour, Meal, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Mo lasses, Syrup, Jam and Jelly. mil ib. 19 Ik. J OUT OF TOWN NOTES. ANTIOCH NOTES. We were delighted to have with in Sunday Rev. I. G. Jordan, our District Missionary. Mrs. L. Hamm is on the sick list. . Mr. J. E. Hill has returned to Chi (ago after spending two weeks visit ing his parents and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Collier and litta son spent Monday In Nashville. Mis3 Lucile Cleaves spent Sunday with Miss J. A. Hill. Mr. Henry Jackson spent Sunday with his father, Mr. Willis Jackson. Mrs. Katie McAdoo, Mr. and Mrs. Wil lie Bittix visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bittix. Little Virginia Robinson has lo3t several days from school on account of illness. The children are doing good wont In school. Mr. Frank Hamm Is teach er. Miss A. M. Peyton and Mrs. Fannie Sneed, of Nashville, visited their sis ter, Mrs. B. E. Collier, recently. Miss Jo Annie Hill, one of our, Sunday-school teachers, left for Nashville Monday to take music. She will he with her cousin at 224 Fillmore street. Benevolent Order No. 118, of this place, turned out with the Benevolent Order, of Una, Sunday. Mr. Peyton Hill spent Sunday with bis parents. Mrs. J. Hyde was delighted to have her pastor, Rev. Bedford, of Murfree3 fcoro, visit her Monday. She is slowly improving. , Mr. C. P. Arnold, our Sunday-school superintendent, is still improving. Mr. Davy French spent Saturday In the city attending to business. Our public school has a wonderful change In arrangement and order. Wrj already see the effect on the streets. The citizens, colored and white, are highly pleased with the new condition of the school and are delighted with our new principal, Airs. T. W. Hamp ton. We will be compelled to have a larger building, which is already guar anteed. Rev. h. D. Swain. has returned from Memphis after a long stay. We are glad to have him with us again. Riev. T. W. Hampton has returned from Crossland, Ky., where he con ducted o very successful revival. Mrs. Allen Mitchum is visiting rela tives and friends In Trezevant this week. Miss Early Nolan, of McKenzie, is the guest of Mrs. Mary .Jones this week. Rev. H. G. Killebrew, the evange list, will preach for several days at Quinn Chapel A. M. E. Church begin ning next Sunday. All invited. Rev. G. W. Woodson has returned from the National Baptist Convention. Mrs. Missouri Colmond, her son and daughter, Shepard and Lettie May, of Jackson, Tenn., are visiting Mr. Dick Kendall and Mrs. Alex Benton. Mr-?. Colmand's father and sister. . Rev. R. 15. Ross and family, of Cll-.-ton, have -moved here. Rev. Ross is doing plastering and concrete work. He is a master of his trade. Mrs. Ross is teaching music. Miss Goldie Perry, of Columbia. Term., was in the burg to-day. She Is thinking of teaching in this county. PARIS NOTES. Bishop Isaac Lane, of Jackson, Tenn., preached at the C. M. E. Church Sunday night to a very laree congre gation. It was a treat to l present. The B'shop is an excellent speaker to le a man 77 years old. Airs. Minma Curtis is much im proved. Mrs. Mary A. Prichette is on tho sick list this week. Miss Sallie May Williams has re turned from her trip to Partucah, Ky. M's. Emma Garrett is visiting iu McKenz'e. She reports having a nic? time. Mrs. Ella Miller, of West Blvtho street, entertained the Red Rose Club Monday afternoon; the occasion wai a very pleasant one. SAVANNAH NOTES. A seven days' revival was held last week at the C. M. E. Church by Rev. G. W. Moore assisted by Rev. D. V. Binford, of Clifton, Tenn., et al. The meeting closed Sunday might with twenty-one conversions. Our pastor, G. W. Moore, gave Rev D.W. Binford the t'tle of being the black "Sar.i Jones." Mr. A. B. Benton, Mr. Ben Davis and Mrs. Vio'a Ttum attended the Grand Session of the Knights of Tabor at Chattanooga. They returned home Sunday afternoon. The literary department of the En worth League meets the last Thurs day in the month. A program will Ve rendered consisting of solos, trios, quartets, qnintets, debates, etc. The annual conference of the C. M. E. Church convenes here in October.' MisRs Daisy Davis, ITattie Mc Donold, LittieM. Colmand and Mr. Ja3. W. Prnjth called on Misses AUie TJ. and Ella Ray Sundav afternoon. M'ss rs Colmand and McDonald nlayed two instrumental nieces, respectively. M-. Jas. W. Smith played several violin so'os v-ith niano accompanimnt by MI3 Allie B. Rav. The evening was greatly en loved by all. Mr. Willis Mecks. of Mskog?.' Okla., formerly of Sibley, Tenn., U viit'ng H brother, Mr. Acev Mek-i. Mrs. ' Eliza Patton. of Nashv'lis, Tenn., Is visiting her brother, Mr. Lee I Smith. PREACHER MILL NOTES. Mr. John Whitfield, of this place, 's on the sick list this week. M'sa. Charlotte Gipson, of Ringold, Tenn., is the guest of Miss Rosa L. Davio this week. Mrs. Willie C. Smith left Saturday night for St. Louis to attend the bed side of her sick mother. The school at this place is doing nicely under the management of our teacher, Prof. H. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dudley attended the Tembroke Fair Saturday, Septem ber 17. Rev. L. W. Florer paid a short visit to his family. Quite a number are planning to at tend the fair at Murfreesboro. The public school enjoyed an excel lent lecture very recently given them by Rev. A. Bedford. His subject was "Look Up." Many good things were said and the teacher and pupils were much benefited. CEMETERY NOTES. We are hustling for the Globe ani quite a number are contemplating hav ing the good news in their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Howse, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Howse and Mrs. John Hugie spent an enjoyable afternoon with their mother, Mrs. Lizzie Howse,- last evening. An enjoyable luncheon was served. Rev. S. T. Miller preached an able sermon to a large and apnreciatlve au dience, tMs being his last Sunday. His people are praying that he may ret'n asrain. The public school has had quite 'J. successful time with a large attend ance, and will close out on the 23 nl w'th Mrs. L. W. Florer as teacher. Thoe reviving the highest marks in exam' nation were L. B. Katre, Abigail TTuyl", J. L. Harlins. R. Petway, M. V. Manson, J. D. W'.lliams, Mary Avant, Carrie Clark, Georgia Clark T. L. IJriwsp. Robert Burrus, Ella II. Mason, Charlie Cronse, Sam IT. Kasa. w. B. Hnvle, S. II. Ransom, Sallie Washington, L. N. Florer, Nora Webb T. L. Burrus, Oscar Mason and Will Howse. , Miss Bessie M. Hugle has returned to Nashville after spending vacation with her grandma. Mrs Amanda Holland has returned home after visiting friends and' relatives. ODD FELLOWS' WEEK. Five Thousand Men Expected. According to previous plans, two whole pages of next week's edition of The Nashville Globe will be dedicated to Tennessee Odd Fellows. The fraternity throughout the stats is wait'ng anxiously for the appear ance of their first boaster for the yea 1910. - The management of the Globe has thought to keep up with the trend of affairs along this line but, from what we are able to learn from those who are leading in this great work, enthu siasm is above our expectation, pro duction above the average and an up ward trend is evident everywhere. Cuts of the state officials and leaders in the field of thought will appear that others may know and come more in touch with those who are making the Ark of Odd Fellowship ride the waves in safety. Prof. W. S. Thompson, Endowment Secretary, will give some startling facts and figures about the bureau of wh'ch he is an important official. Prof. T. P. Turner, D. G. S., will fur nish some interesting historical data that every Odd Fellow should know. Hon. J. W. Grant, dean of the craft, in Tennessee, will speak to them in no uncertain terms about things of In terest; extracts from famous address and many other things of deep inter est to all will app.ar. If your order is not in better s?nd it in now and be on time. Number limited. Send all orders at 5 cents ner copy to W. II. FORT, D. G. M., 915 Sixteenth avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn. people, with the co-operation of their superintendent, Prof. J. D. Crenshaw, will endeavor to make this affair one of the most enjoyable of the season. Mrs. Anna Brown Goodwin, former ly of this city but now resides in Chi cago, is in the city on business While here she is the guest of Mrs. Will Frierson and Mrs. John II. Smith, Jr. LAWN FETE. The Sunday-school of the First Bap tist Church, Rev. W. S. Ellington, pastor, will give a beautifully-arranged lawji fete Friday evening, September 30, on the spacious and attractive lawn of Dr. Ellington's residence. The evening's enterta'nment will be under the charge of the young ladles fcnd young men of the Philathea and Bara ca cbfises, respectively. These youn,ii ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH. A business meeting of the Literary Club of St John A. M. B. Sunday school was held at the residence of Misses Mammie L.'Wella and and Ida Patterson, of 302 Twelfth avenue, North. The meeting wae opened with devotional service. A short, though interesting program was rendered as follows: Prayer by C. T. Harwell; Paper, Value of Graded Sunday-school, by MIa G. H. Moore; Chorus, I couldn't hear nobody pray, by members of club. A course of ice and cakes was served. The meet ing was closed by order of president to meet again September 28, at the residence of Misses Ella B. and G. H. Moore, 906 Blank treeLAll mem bers are requested to he present. APPOINTED SUBSTITUTE. Miss Addie Henley of Garland ave nue, has be-n aprolnted a sutst'tuta teacher at Kowle Schcol. MJ Henley is a g auate of the fimovu Tu ksree In titvite and h"s ha1 ana p'e expe ien'e a; a t a her. She took a epcial wurse at Hamrt'n Tn ftitvt?, Hamp'on, Va la t Eesscn, th' s-prepar heFelf to di mce efficient work. The appointment crms as a d'stlnct rcont 'n cf well Reserved rro lt. Mi s H nl y it "s p-edlo'ed, w 11 mike an env.ab!e record in' her r.ew wo k, , Solvent Savings Dank anil Trust Co., 31)2 IiEALE A VK., .MEMPHIS. TENN. CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00. OFFICERS! R. R. CHURCH, President T. H. HAYES, 1st Vice-President J. W. SANFORD. 2nd Vice-President M. L. CLAY. 3rd Vice-President H. H. PACE. Cashier . B. M. RODDY. Assistant Cashier J. T. SETTLE, Attorney.