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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, -MAY.,5,-1911.
pjD Trips A 7 B V V To the Lowest Point of the Year. For May and June Delivery. Wc Quote Our ST. BERNARD GOAL as follows: LU7VIR Per Bushel 1-2 NUT Per Bushel lie I IN LOTS OP lOO BUSHELS OR. MORE bill. By booking your orders early, you can effect a big saving on your next winter's coal We absolutely guarantee two thousand pounds of high-grade coal in every ton that goes over our scales, and can give you exactly the grade suitable for furnace, grate, stove, etc. Come in, let's talk it over. This is a chance that should not be overlooked by econom ical housekeepers. ST. Seven Plicmee MAIN OFFICE 34-30 ARCADE BERNAR. B MINING CO .IAS. K. LOVE, Manager "Forty Years a Favorite" o Out of Town Notes. is an active member of the young peo-1 tone: Rod Bird. Texa& Carlos Vallo pie's meetings at Solomon Chapel A. Baritone, Aquadilla, Porto Rico M. E. Church. WILLI AMSPORT NOTES. Tally. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pettis en Rev. N. Smith left last Wednesday Jf rtaIneJ .most royally a limited num for Birmingham, Ala., to attend tber of,frlends in honor of tneir son, Women's Home and Foreign Mission- .eorge s birthday Wednesday eve ary Society which convened April 27?.,?; April 2cth- house w&s heau to May 1. Dr. Henry Strayhorn ac-tIfully decorated for the occasion in companied him home from Columbia. low balls narcissus, flags and roses. Misses Cora and Flora Tyler, and lit- e PrinClPal features of the occasion tie niece. Miss V n niav rtf fwinmMa were music and dancing. At a late were out Friday to the concert given ' ??l7 v mT? Vlted into tne J- Q- Johnson, of Shelbyville, spent A by their sister, Mrs. Sarah Harland. jmlng-hall where the beautiful table few days here the guest of Rev. W. Mr. Andrew Irwin was very badly hurt , draPed in linen, cut glass and silver y. Hawkins. The B. T. P. U. la doing recently. A saw log rolled over nim ware . presented a beautiful . appear-, fine.-. Prof. D; A; Townstnd and par and he was found unconscious. Mrs. 1 f,nce- 11 ' had ,f0r a central decora- ty went to Mann's Ford on a fishing Matilda Clegget is a little indisposed beautl.ful birthday cake, deco- trip last Tuesday and caught some t'lis week) iMiss Pearl Crosby has r,ad. !n cissus, the gift of Mr. Pet- fine flsn jirs garah Gray waa buriei been sick with measles but is better ! ,fj,ef ArnUnta Shute. A de- iast Thursday.'' Her funeral was at at this writing. Mr. Charley Dansby HptfuUhree-course menu was served. ( tended by Revs. Dr. Waytes, D. A. and Mr. Tobe Crosby have in a nice j Those Present were Mr. and Mrs. Win. Townsend and Hawkins. Miss Jones, supply of groceries and are d0ing ' Percy Morgan, Mr. and Mrs- Wm' . of Tullahoma, is teaching music here. WINCHESTER NOTES.. Texas The Missionary Baptist Church Is ; qucmine, La, . moving on nicely under the leadership of Rev. D. W. JUstirt Waytes. At 2:30 p. m. the Mt. Zion Baptist Churcn was well nigh filled to witness the annual exercises of the K. of P.. Lodge and the Court of Calanthe. This was one of the grandest exercises witnessed for years. The A. M. E. Church had a grand rally Sunday and raised twen ty or more dollars. "Rev. W. M. Can non preached in the rally at 3 p. m. and , Rev. C. C. Bright at night. Rev. James Hall Bass, Thomasvillo, Ga. Elmore Bryan'., Bass Loneview. BenjamiD Joyce, Basft. Pla- Anderson Douglass. Bass Drum, Pensacola, Fla. Phillip Willlarc3, Snare Drum, Cumberland, Md. John Norris, Tympany land Bells, Sioux City, la.' Wm. Capers, Property man, Tuskegee, Ala. The Grand Parade; good business. Mr. Ceola Booker has J W1S' Mr- aaa urSl rraQK .ro.Hi Mrs been sick wit1,! the pneumonia for thsjrminta oiMie, .Misses jonn tuiia. She has a large class, last week or two but la improving, Miss Maggie Wilson and sisters re turned to Nashville (Monday after a two weeks' v.'tii with Iber sister, Mrs. Sadie Sowell. Miss Hattle Johnson is on the sick list. Mr, and Mrs. Burl Russell were the guests for dinner Sun- j Bates, Janie Yateman, Florence Perry, Mattie Webb, Tennie Morgan, Flor ence Pettis, Katie Pettis, Messrs. Dan iel Webb, Joseph Fitzhugh, Porter and Leonard Hays, Ernest Morgan, Percy Love, John Shute, Edward H. and Geo. Pettis. Miss Frances Chubb, of Nash- THE BIG MUSIC SENSATION. (Continued from Page i.) Wright. Thomasville, Ga. John Badey, Solo, B-flat Clarinet, Hampton, Vl.; La ngston, Owens, E-fiat Clarinet, Memphis. Tenn.: Eric Neilson, first iiiii-! il . . . . i i -W W I . , . ... . . . , , . dnv nt tr nnA Trc nioiao Tjnii vine, was me guest oi ner sister, mra. v-nt uiannet. st. uroix. uanisn and also Mr and Mrs Henry Stray- ' ucy Goodrich, last Sunday, April West Indies Erlies Johnson, first horn spent the afternoon with them. 30th- Mr- and Irs- Wm- Franklin j B-f at Clarinet, Thomasville, Ga.; The young gents of Chapel Hill visited were tbe ZV5 of Mr- and Mrs- ex Jol n E, Brown, Second Clarinet, St. the WilliamsDort belles Simdav. Thev Pettis last Sunday, April 30th, ' at Helena Island, S. C. Alfonzo Reve- had auite an eniovable time driving dlnner- Mlss Lillian Parks, of Lou- ron, second Clarinet, Yabucoa, Porto in thfl warm flnnshln. T.lttlA MiasflS ". isV1l e. Ky., was the guest Of her COUS' Elmoza and Annie Gordon of Leather wood, were the guests of little Miss Rachel Russell last Saturday and Sun day. Misses Anice Alderson . and Rachel Russell were the guests of Miss Mattie Patterson Sunday afternoon. Those who want to subscribe for the Globe please see the reporter at once, it is well worth the money. LEWISBURG NOTES Rev. W. M. Riley, pastor of the Missionary Baptist Church, started a revival last Sunday night, assisted by Rev. Hatten, of Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Woods, of Fayettevllle, are visiting relatives and friends at this place. Little Miss Esmaria Aspire Martin, the daughter of Dr. L. E Mar tin, who has been spending a few days out in the eountry near Mooresvllle with litt'e Miss Izora Moore, returned last Sunday. The Lewlsburg High School, under the management of Prof. S. J. MaiDerry and Mrs. M. L. Jones, closed last Friday. Death claimed for its victim little Jo Willie Hardlson last Wednesday evening. He was visiting his grandparents at East Lewlsburg. BRIERSVILLE NOTES .The rally at the A. M. E. Church was a success, both financially and spiritually Sunday, April 23rd. Mrs. Adeline Kelly and Mrs. Janie Shute are on the sick list. Miss Janie Yateman spent last Tuesday in Nash ville attending the commencement of Meharry College. She waa the guest of Mrs. J. L. Overton while there. Miss Katie Pettis spent a few days In the city last week the guest of Mrs. Alex in, Mrs. Henry Woodson, last Monday, May 1. HORTENSE NOTES. One of the grandest affairs of the season took place here Sunday. Rev. I. K. Roberts preached for us In the rally. Rev. Holmes preached Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Rev. Roberts preached again Sunday night. There was a great number present. $40.72 wa3 raised for the purpose of repairing the church for the Sunday-School Conven tion, which will convene here in June. Misses Nonie Stanfield, Birdie Bradley and Llllie Hopson, of Cumberland Furnace, Tenn., spent Saturday and Sunday evening at the home of Mlsse3 Corean and Vlrgle Washington. Mrs. Omria Sears, of White Bluff, Tenn., arrived Monday. UNA NOTES. The Allen Christian Endeavor League met at Solomon Chapel Sun day, April 23rd. The services were opened by singing. Prayer was of fered by the pastor, Rev. T. G. Had den. After several Scripture quota tions, songB, etc., remarks were made by Rev. Had den and President pro tern, C. II. Simmons Mice Mattie Burnett is the efficient secretary; Mr. George ElUs died at the Watson home stead on Tuesday, April 25th. Prayers were held from the residence by Rev. C. H. Simmons, with interment a; Murrels cemetery. Rev. Tyree White is assisting Rev. E, R. Reed, of Ebe nezer, in his protracted meeting. Rev. George Coleman was at Solomou Chap el last Sunday. Mrs. Klzzle Peebles Rico, Lee, Langston, third . B-flat Clarine. Mobile, Ala. Stanley R. Williams, third B-flat Clarinet, Cin cinnati, Ohio. Wm. Hatcher, third B-flat Clarinet, Tuskegee, Ala. Er nest Freeman, Flute, Wilson. N. C. Wlilli'am Montgomery, 'Piccolo, Pen sacola, Fla. Thomas Freeman, C. Tlute, Wilson, N. C. Chas. McDaniel, Soprano iSaxophone, Argenta, Ark. William Ruirk, Alto Saxophone. iMt. Meigs, Ala. Hewitt Walker, Tenor Saxophone, Boston, Mass. Cyrus Evans, Baritonie Saxophone, Houma, La. Caesar Bias, Oboe, Sabana Grande, Porto Rico. Frank Hudson, Bassoon. Selma, Ala. Alex Seymore, Alto Clarinet, M!?ami, Fla. Harold Neilpon, Bass Clarinet, St. Croix, Danish West Indites. Lieut. Chasi Lawrence, Solo B-flat Cornet, Col'unv bin. Tenn. Sergt. Theodore Miran da. f-'o;o B-flat, Cornet, Sagja La Granria Cuba. Norflect Chilton. So lo B-fiat Cornet. Chicago, 111. Otewy Uonda., Scl- 15-flat Cornet, Memphis, Tenn. Hansom Hunter, Solo B-flat Comet. Wadesboro, N. C. Clyde, Gainea, Second B-flat Cornet, Chica go, 111. Clifford . Wool-folk, third B flaf. Cornet, Columbus,. Ga. Joseph Clark, flrst horn, Derby Conn Raph ael Daniels, second Horn, St. Thomas, Danish - West Indies. Geo. P.ontte, third Horn, New Iibria, Ijx. Benja min 'Fo&ter, fourth Hoirni. Pensacola, Fla. .Miller Mosely, fourth Horn, Yazoo City, Mass. Manasseth Ray, second Trombone, Evergreen, Ala. Wilkio Douglass, second Trombone, Pens arc la, Fla. Sergt. German Wat con. ;-fln:t Trombone, Columbus, Ohio.' Joseph Woods, first Trombone,: Mem phis, Tenn.' Emery Barnes, Barl- Capt. Smith and his band will reach ; the city Friday morning at 10 o'clock, traveling m a special car. At once they will begin their parade: Broad Street to CESghth Avenue to Church; down Church to Third Avenue; up Third Avenue to the. Square; around the Square to Cedar; up Cedar to Fourth Avenue; down Fourth Avenue to Church; up Church to .Fifth Ave enue; -down Fifth. Avenue to the Au-, ditorium, where Hhey will be photo graphed together. The.,Receptiion Committee of One Hundred. The. , following is the Reception CoramlMee of One Hundred leading citizens, about eighteen or twenty of the Uniform Rank of the. Knights of Pythias; Dra R. F. Boyd, L. A. Fish er, A. M. Town&ond, H. C. . Miller, G. H. Bandy, J. W. -Bright, R. B. Wood son, E: B Jefferson, J. B. Singleton, T. A. Lester, J. H. Hale, R. H. Voor heese; Messrs. Wm. Hargraves, J. S. Liner, Jno. L. Harland!, Richard Hill, Geo. East, J. H. Adams', W. F. Robofl'U-oiD, G. W. Frazicr, Frank Bat tle,: Wm Youns, A. N. Johnson, Wm. -li. McGavbck',- W. IL Shackelford. C. G. White, Wm. Partce, Andrew Mobley, T. L. WadJy, E. Curt.ES, ' Jffo. Allen, Lytic -Allen, Ciuirley Allen, Wm. Tin ion, J. R, Crowder, Montgomery Ver non. A TI MArriu. . Tlins Huff Tnhn . k . x M-r U U V it May, Geo. Kimble. W. H. Fowler, D. Vrguson, D. A. Hart;' Profs: J. -B. Batte, W. G. Ilynes, Cols. R. L. May-' field, J. W. Grant; Revs. T. J. Weath er by, D. D. A.- L. Pinkston, D. D.; S. M. TJttey, D, D. . R.' H. McGavoek, 3. i.. Howard, D. D ; - W. Simpson Brooks. D. D.; D. A. Graham, D. D.; I. H. Jones, D. D.; T. J. Mopping, D D. G. .L. Jackson, T. W, H-lgler, D, D.r W. A. Anderson, J. H. Kerr,. H. W. Johnson, D. D.; C- H. Clark, D. D.; Wm. Haynes, D. D.; A. W. Porter. Wm. Ferrell, H. M. Bums, A, W. Wilson, J. II. Lawrence, G. W. Dicker5on, H. A. Boyd, I. J. Jordan, T III. rMnV..r.v. T"l B T rn Dr; Gates, Mr. T. Clay Moore, . Col. James Bumpus, ' Rev. - Henderson Young, Revs. E. R, Reed, "M. K. Brit, W. H Adams, R, M, Perrin, G. W. ' Dardis, Dr. Wl B. Denny, Rev. Tyree White. . . v . PROGRAM. Part One. l. March "The Tuskegee In stitute." ' Smith. (Dedicated to Dr. Booker T. Washington.) . . ,-. n. wvciuuro i-oet ana feasant. Von Suppe. (A poet falls-in love withv a farmer's daughter and begs to mar- ry her, and is refused by the father. The evil snirit. tpmnta tho mnnla tn. ---- c - --- tr w xy AS lJ I.V run away; but they are overtaken by the angry father and severely chastised.) 6. t'haraetfjlstic "Dream of the Rarebit Fiend." Thurband. ; (Tym pany Solo.) . 4. Meditation-i"Last Hope." Gott v. xtiLuiuruus I m Airaiu LO uuuie xiouie ia me iarK. v HVViiat happened to a wayward husband.) ' bus.". Smith. , intermission. Tbo following have been requested1 Hoopor, Dr. Ira T. Landrith,- Mayor Mowrc, ana jjt. j. V. Roman; Extras. 1. Dixie Maryland. . . , 2. Old Black Joe 3. The Dead of :. the Pen.. . 4. Semper Fidelia ,;,,, '. ' -y.'-x Ic-.s, PROGRAM., s. ; ; Part 1 1. TT i..Miaret.j , -.i-Sousa. kgeo 6ong.";:wv(b)j Who Am rI?" (c) Trarn-DonovCtonei'hfi'. i;.5f!J ;:,, , Donna,!'. -Smith, .(Maid.;of, the! .South.)- 3, Selection' from fil'Fausitrr-Ppera . nGOUnodi .-, ..; : -.'CVt j'. 4.4 J intermezzo- 'Dot Johnson Two step'" (Ethi jrian . Melody-pNew) 5. Overture, "William TelP. , . Rossini. (As played by the Phil- l J T" 3 The following places have tiw Tus-. kegee Band tickets: - - - . Warner Drug . Company, corner TVilt.4 '. A iVonuR' XTifV, . "': rTX inAnm Of: TVTnnvinQ flf nor Cnm'rtQTiV j n-iirn(r-r Fourth Avenue North, arid ' Church' Bloomstelii Drug Co. 506-50.8; Church Street. H. G, Hi!! Grocery & Balling Go; 26 QUALITY GROCERY STORES Fuil of qualify groceries from every known land and sea Visit any of our stores, see how economically we place these pro ducts before you. Our groceries are always fresh and clean. Our prices are always lowest. Convince yourself by placing your next order with us. Main store and premium department, J0J PUBLIC SQUARE Cured Meats Sugar Cured Breakfast Bacon per- lb irc Country Side Bacon, lb.' 15c Sugar Cured Ham, lb : . . 14c Boiling Bacon, lb ; Sc. Royal Blend Coffee 20c lb. is equal to any 30c coffee on the market It is roasted fresh daily It is a blend of the best coifee's that produces strength and flavor suf ficient to delight the diinker. . Flour Our famous Split Silk brand can not be equaled at' the price 24 lb. bag :.....Oc Lard Pearl, Compound, II lbs.. .'. .$1.00 Best Country Lard, 8 lbs.. $1.00 Pure Lard;' $ lbs $100 ' Evaporated Peaches ( Bright California Muirs. Large and mealy, 3 lbs. .... . 25c Bent Cream Meal, Peek . 20c Navy licnns, per lb 6c Split SUk Mncnront, 2 large pkgs'.'."inc Karly June l'ens, 3 cafis ' 'iic Diana Sifted I'eas,-can .. "!'!.'"lOc Sweet Wrinkled Peas, 2 cans 't 25c Lyellomlny, Large cans 2 for..!.."i5 Sweet Potatoes, large cans 10c each No. 2: Monroe Snap Beans, 3 for 2i"C' Sundrled Apples, 2 lbs 15c (it. Jar Pine Fruit Preserves, per jar 25c Ice Tea Tumbler, Jelly c, 3 for 25c Island Corn, 4 can for 25c Home Corn, 2 can.. irc J ersey Cream Corn, 3 for ':":"!"!!' 25c Klberta Table Peaches, large cari 10c Calafornia; Table Peaches, 2 large " ' ?,"".. .:.l.25c Red Tap nsparaguB, No. 2 1-2 can Green Stalks can 18o- Grandma's Wonder Breai cn O LARGE Jlj LOAVES . . VV