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GARY & CARUTMERS,
GROCERS
410 CEDAR ST.
OUIJ DAILY
SUUAtt
20 lbs Best Granulated Sugar $1.00
12 " Best C. Sugar 1.00
12 " Best Cut Loaf Sugar. .. .1.00
LAUD
iolb Tail Pure Hog Lard. .$1.2."
20 rail Pure Hog Lard .... 2. 4 0
io " Pure Hog Laid 1.00
50 " Compound Lard by tub 4.40
CANNED FltUIT
California Lemon Cling Peaches
can 20cls
Pie Peaches, cans for 2.cts
CORN
Badger State cream corn, 2
cans Lifts
Empress brand Sugar corn
3 cans. . . 2."cts
Van Camp early June Teas
3 cans 25ots
FISH
Alaska Red Salmon, 2 cans 2."cts
Large, fancy Bloater Mack
erel, each 20cts
Imported Sardines 15 and 20cts
American Sardines, dozen 4.cts
TOMATOES
Standard quality IOcts
California, Mammoth white
Asparagrus can 3."e1s
I CITY ITEMS, j
Little Leonard Ellington, son of
Rev. W. S. Ellington, pastor of the
First Baptist Church, Eighth avenue,
North, is very much improved after a
serious illness.
Mrs. May me G. Greer, teacher of
music and English literature at the
Institute at Mound Bayou, Miss., will
be at home about the 17th of next
month. The school closes Wednes
day, May 15.
Rev. Goodall, of the First Baptist
Church, preached an able sermon Sun
day. The pulpit was filled with
preachers and the congregation was
large.
Mrs. Mabel Overton royally enter
tained Monday night - in honor of
Miss Kazee and Miss Janle Barksdale,
of Clarksville, Tenn. Music and
games were the features of the even
ing, after which a three-course menu
was served.
Mrs. Julia Flagg, of North Eighth
street, entertained a number of her
Clarksville friends at dinner Sunday.
The concert given at Sylvan Street
Baptist Church for the benefit of Rog
er Williams by some of the young la
dies of the First Baptist Church, East
Nashville, proved to be quite a suc
cess. Miss Kazee, who spent several days
In the city, the guest of Miss Mabel
Overton, left Tuesday evening to take
up her school work in Clarksville,
Tenn.
Little Marie Hill, the niece of Mrs.
Fulton Stockell, of Webster street, is
on the sick list.
Miss Ella Darden spent Sunday in
Jefferson, Ttnn., visiting friends.
Miss Mayme Parks, of Mount Tleas-
ant, Is in the city, the guest of Mrs.
M. A. Buford, of 1015 Eighteenth ave
nue, North.
Mrs. John Barnes and family, of
1411 Pearl street, spent Easter Sunday
in Wartrace with Mrs. Barnes' par
ents. Mr. Geo. O. Boyd, one of the lin
otype operators at the Baptist Publish
ing House and senior member of the
livery firm, Boyd and Battle, is suf
fering from the effects of a heavy
cold.
Miss Sophronla Mayberry, of 821
Cedar street, is indisposed this week.
Mr. Q. Hamilton, of Ilynes street,
has returned from Dalton, Ga., where
he visited his mother.
Miss Zori Bloom, of Louisville, Ky.,
was the guost of Miss Gertrude Lewis,
of Maple street.
Miss Minnie Dickson entertained
a number oi her friends last Monday
evening at her residence, 917 Six
teenth avenue, South, In honor of Dr.
J. W. Foster and Miss Euphenia
Bunch. An elaborate menu was
served.
Mrs. Mal:nda Frierson and Miss
Amanda Dew, of Columbia, Tenn.,
were in the city last week to attend
the commencement exercises of Me-
harry and were the guests of Mrs.
L. McCathcy, of G32 Fogg street.
Miss Minnie Toney, of 1700 Patter
son street, who has been in the city
about two weeks on account of ill
ness, returned to school at the A. and
M. College, Normal, Ala., last Monday.
Messrs. Duncan Wingfield and L.
Watkins, of Columbia, Tenn., were the
guest3 of Mrs. Ethel Sloan, Friday
Mrs. Sadie E. Phillips, of Coisi
cana, Texas, and Mis Minnie L. Pat
ton, of Warren street, spent a very
pleasant day with Miss Dotey, of 1837
Third, aveaue, North,
410 CEDAR ST.
PRICES:
Beets, Extra Fine, 1 can.. 15cts
Baked Beans, 1 can Sets
Heinz best Baked Beans
with tomato sauce, 3 cans 25cts
FLOUH
Extra quality Floria flour
per barrel $4.85
50 lb sacks. . 1.30
25 lb sacks 65ct8
Gold Medal per bbl 4.55
50 lb sacks 1,10
25 lb sacks 55t'ts
COFFEE
Yale brand, Moca and Java
1 lb can 25cts
Golden Glory, 1 lb can 20d8
Maxwell House Blend 1 lb 35cts
3 lb cans Maxwell House
Blend $1.00
Dutch Java Blend I lb can 25cts
TEAS
Fine mixed tea 1 lb package COcts
English breakfast tea I pkg OOets
Green tea 1 lb package 45ets
ROLLED OATS
Scotch Oats, 3 packages.. 25ct
Mother's Oats, 3 packages 25ts
Corn Flakes, 3 packages.. 25ct
Eggo-See 3 packages ...... 25cts
UTti-trt Tll I Tl 1 m w
iuina uuuu j. Duunanan, oi Mur-
M WMioro TiKe. snent a iew riava with
-
Pnfn,n 1. til,. .11 J . 11 I
i uuciauu aiiKci, out; allUIlued IUB I
ivienarry commencement exercises, and
was also present at the baptizing of Moore, of Decatur, and Mrs. Dora Mer
rier cousins, Baxter and Albert rU'I
Scruggs, which took place Easter
morning at the First Bantist Church,
Mrs. Laura James Bryant, of 411
Third street, entertained a limited
number of friends Sunday, from 4 to
0 o'clock. The luncheon tn.hU with
its artistic arrangements was a thing
Of beauty. I
Mrs. Ada t.pp TTintr nt K15 nnrfh
avenu Sovth is slightly ill
Mrs7 Carrie' Cabbie, of Fourth ave-
nue. South, continues very sick.
Mr. 0a !r. tc t,I..u .u .
ucaoc uaimuiyu, wuu l
nvn I rrr n
- ' - - vu A tutvi JVU Obi CCti I
u,, -.. uuimnicu Ull oiaiu Dll CCl, I
J tZeLS SS.S
cent spell oi illness.
Aire Pona TTfP TT 1. I
i.i..i. vmuuiiw nuuiimu, VIA 'lawlk I
ins street, who has been quite 111 for
the past four or five weeks, Is very
much Improved.
Mrs. Georgia Shelby, of Fourth ave-
hub, ouuui, mus ueverea ner connec-
C1...11. i j i I
lion witn ine uaptist Publishing
11(JllhL-
Miss Johnnie V. Dixon, of Eleventh
avenue, boutn, tne genial proof-read-
er at tne A. m. e. Publishing House,
is sadly afflicted with one of "Job's
comforters."
All members and sympathizers of
the W. C. T. U. are expected to be
present at Howard Chapel, Twelfth
avenue, North, Sunday, April 7. Mrs.
Virginia Bvoughton, state president,
will make her farewell address pre-
vious to going to Rome, Italy. A
suitable programme will be rendered.
Mrs. B. II. Gray, State President.
Mr. Luke Murfree. of Murfreesboro.
spent Easter in the city.
Madams G. B. Brady and John B.
Sublett. of Murfreesboro. were in the
city last week to attend the com-
mencement exercises of Meharry.
Thev were the truesta of Mrs. R. CI
Unpon. of ?A$ Eichth nvpnne Nnrth
Prof. W. Hi Fort, principal of Bruce
TIiah P.rhnol T)vfrshnrsr Tpnn oncnf
Easter in the city visiting relatives
ithI fi-ipnri5
Mr. Martin V. Buford, of 1015
Eighteenth avenue. North, has been
confined to his bed for the past ten
davs t
I ' c a! i0???
i. b. b. Iu it last June in this city,
Mr.
!.LTi U tt"L, ! ?uradford,'i Pniisyl-
vania. Hospital, as the result of rheu-
mat Ism. Mrs Iuirr was formerly Miss
(bocca Louise Turner a teacher in
; uuub oi., nome ior me
stn-ot, left for Chicago last Friday
m-'u-
miss uotue Asnie, or Hawkins
strret, had a severe attack of asthma.
Mrs. Marks, of Heffernan street,
started for St. Louis yesterday, to
visit hr son. She will remain four
or nvc weens.
The sinking at the Eiister worship
of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church,
llov. Spencer Jackson, pastor, was ex
cellent. Miss Jane Barksdale, of Clarksville,
was in the city this week.
Several candidates were baptized at
the Fiist Baptist Church Sunday
morning.
A rally was held at Howard Congre-
Rational Church Sunday at which
quite a neat sum was raised towards
the liquidation of the debts of the
jhurch.
Mr. George Coutch, who was In
jured on the Southern Railroad re
cently, reported for duty Tuesday.
Rev. J. Reece and wife are In the
city this week.
Mrs. Pleas Alexander, of Birming
ham, Ala., after spending a few days
with, her niece. Miss Myra Shivers,
of Ewing avenue, has returned to her
home city.
Misses Pinkie and Gertrude May
berry have closed their schools In the
Twelfth District.
Dr. Edward Randals, of Clarks
ville, was in the city for a few days
last week.
Mr. J. W. DeWees is spending the
week in Hopklnsville, Ky., where he
is getting out a business directory of
colored enterprises. Last week he
successfully completed a guide of
Clarksville.
Mrs. Alice C. Hunt, of 1109 ilynes
street, is home again after visiting
her sister, Mrs. Dennis Hawkins, of
Chattanooga.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Brown have re
turned to the city after visiting in
Columbia, Pulaski and Mt Pleasant.
Mrs. Alice Jones, of Peabody street,
Is indisposed this week.
Dr. L. T. Williams, of Clarksville,
rC":" " r: "X " rZ
harry College.
Mr. Pete Royster, accompanied by
Messrs. ueorge urazier ana niram
m w T T t I
Hn.rrline-. wn.4 out. lfi&Rrir in nia nrasr. I
0 .
the city to witness the graduation of
her son, Dr. W. T. Durroh, left for
home 'Saturday.
Mr. William
Greer left for hi3
home in Shelbyville last week.
Miss Marv Hemn. after Rnendine
several weeks in the city, has re-
i i i - nv.ii tii . 1
lurnea 10 oneioyvuie.
Mrs. ma. Kosennurff is verv in ai
, . , . . ' I
T (. IMJ,,.. KIT- TI Tll 4- I
uasi, fiiuajr iicuij iriiuc cutci-i
lainea vr. u. n. jiarK, nev. Mr.
Mrs- 'Henry Price is expecting her
her mother home from Chicago. She
naa Deen away f rom the city for tne
Past two years 100 enure time nav
in Deea sPent In Chicago.
Mr. J. Perry Patterson was sudden-
ly called away from the to attend
LU' iwusme oi ma xauiei. air, rat-
terson's home is in Jacksonville, Fla,
He flnIsneI witQ the cla9S of 1907,IMe-
ar7 ttndLwa sorry to leave so sud-
Jen ,y'a8 Je ltenfed l? fl SOS',
bye" to his friends. A letter will
t nn. t, . . Ti.
111 Tii
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FIsk University, favored Mt. Olive
Baptist Sunday School with a solo
uuuuaJ ulu'"'u6
dgog
The annual sermon of the I. O. I.
was delivered 'Sunday afternoon to
a lnrtrf nnritvnsa at P.lnrlr MpTn'irinI
r.hnnpi t?pv. John s. onmore. of Co-
lumbla, Tenn., officiating,
1 ' '
Mr. Edward E. Randals, formerly
of Aberdeen. Miss., but now a resi
dent of this city, left last Saturday
night for an . indefinite stay in Chi
cago
Mrs. Albert Cheatham, of Patterson
street, is suffering from the effects of
a heavy cold
Mrs. Florence Kemp, of State street,
is slightly Indisposed
Mrs. Laura Buchanon, of State
street, is suffering from the effects of
a, cold
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Terrell, of
Memphis, and Dr. Van Davis, of Pa-
ducah, Ky., were the guests of Dr. R.
F. Boyd last week. They were here
here to attend the closing exercises of
Meharry Medical College.
Miss Luella Woods, Mrs. Emma
Martin and Miss Hattie Martin, of
Mississippi, were in tne city last weeK
auenaing tne ivienarry commence
"lent, iney were me guests oi urs,
w- B- Woods, W. S. Martin and F. B.
I Adair.
Drs. W. S. Martin, W. B. Woods
and F B Adair left the city Monday
morning for points in Mississippi.
Mrs. Caroline Durroh, who was inr" -7 'uii.
er ot urthodontia and Uental Me
,Ur- A,lalr WU1 g0 to n19 nome ln Ar1
Kansub.
taIned a few friends at their resi
, 1911 T 01,o1 . rr.0
evening. Whist was the feature of
the evening, the honors being carried
off b Mr B T p and Mrg Hobbg
MIsg willie Page hag been suffer.
ing from ln,fluenza for several days
but is able to be out.
pet Easter rabbit from Vardamans
vllle last Monday.
Mr. Robert Page was seriously hurt
hv the ninnlne awav of his hnrse
Tuesday morning. He was attended
by a physician and at this writing
is much improved.
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY.
Last Sunday was Roger Williams
Day at First Baptist Church. Twenty
three dollars were raised for that lnsti-
tution. Rev. W. S. Ellincton. pastor.
preached and urged the members to
do their full duty by the school.
BILLIPS ACQUITTED.
Walter Billups, who killed Andrew
Ewing last November on the Public
Square by cutting his throat, was ac-
quitted. i the. Criminal Court last
Tuesday,
Preston Taylor.
TAYLOR 8c CO.
Funeral Directors and
Embalmers.
CARRIAGES FOR HIRE.
44) Forth Avenue, lortli,
Nashville, - - Tenn.
B-'Jt-'Wititf
AS USUAL
WE ARE ALWAYS
Up With The Times.
Our Superintendent's and
Teacher's Handbook, contain-
ing Lesson Texts, Review bug-
Uinns. School RendiriP-s. Mus-
ical Suggestions, etc, tor the in-
ternational LC8S0I1S lor HM) is
now reauy. imo superintendent
m m -a . 1 I
or Teacher should be without
.1 - 1 1. n.
rn c v! iin nc mti f mihik. 1 1 i 1
uuutuu uluaMUUoi. x u
for the interest of Sunday school
Workers.
pris- Cnih . 2R crs: T.enthei
35 cents.
National Baotfot Publishing Board,
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RET. R. H. BOID. Sec'r.
rroo c...i i vAi.
OiO MCTHU A1CUUC) 1WI 111,
A Ml lliiiL. 1 Hill il 1031-1.
15.2-'0(it4
Telephone Hiiln S23 R. IIm Address,
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-REPKESEiVriMh.;
Mitsin BROS.
AT THEllt NEW HOME,
Cor. 5th Ave. and Church St,
CLOTHING.
Shoes, Hats, Furn
ishing Goods.
LADIES REM-TO-WEAR.
offic 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phont 3443-R
Dr, 1, B, Singleton
DENTIST
pfofeSsor of Operative Dentistry and teach-
tallurgy Meharry Medical
College.
- 1 teeth extracted by sumner form
I , iecoc. t,.,..
METHOD ALL CLASSES OF DENTAL
WORK NEATLY DONE.
OFFICE:
408 Cedar St.
RESIDENCE:
1116 Jefferson St.
3-29-07 tf.
- N0TICE T0 STOCKHOLDERS OF
UNION TRANSPORTATION
COMPANY.
All subscribers of stock in the
Union Transportation Company are
urgently requested to be present at a
STiecial meeting called at the chapel of
th National Baptist Publishing Board,
third l'cor of building corner Second
avenue, North, and Locust street, on
Monday night, April 8. The meeting
will be railed to order at 8 o clock.
Every subscriber is expected to be
present at this meeting. Business of
importance will be taken up. All min
isters, pastors, churches and officers
of lodges are requested to read this
notice at their regular meeting be
tween now and April 8. -
PRESTON TAYLOR, Prea,
HENRY A BOYD, SeG'y.
Telephone 896,
boy youh mm
Of
BOB ROBERTSON.
rnOK Main 1614
RESIDENCE: 618 WEBSTER STREET.
WITH
Clino & Gordon.
410 Union Street. Phone 1235.
The 1cst Variety and the Most Itcllable
Si,'op(, Mfl(1
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UQtlllt1i I1Q1S9 Hid)
OF
BOB ROBERTSON.
PHONE Main 16 14
RESIDENCE: 618 WEBSTER STREET.
WITH
Varley & Bauman.
325 Union St. Fhone Main 5(10.
The Best Variety and the Most Bellablo Place
in th HtT.
BUY YOUR
Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, Etc.,
OF
Bob Robertson.
PHONE Main 1614
RESIDENCE! 6 1 8 WEESTER STREET.
WITH
The Castncr-Knott Dry Goods Co.
. G18 622 Church St., Phone Slain 620.
The Largest and Eest Stock to Select ftr.m
in the City.
Office Phtn; Main 2705. "Residence 1834
Jefferson St. Residence Phone Main 31 31 Y.
DR. S. S. GARUTHERS,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
410 CEDAR STREET.
Office Houfs: 9 to 1 1 1. m 4 to 5 . in.. 7 to 8 . m.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
LAIR
Stone Contractors
and BUILDERS.
One of the Oldest Contracting
Firms in Nashville.
Every Job given Careful Attention,
batistaction Guaranteed.
Telephone, Main 4525
E. Hill and S. Hill Sts.. NASHVILLE, TENN.
2-22-07-tf.
NOTICE TO HORSE OWNERS.
The season for clipping your Horse
is now at hand, and we take this
means of informing you that we have
secured the Latest Clipping Devices
and are prepared to do the very Best
and Quickest Work at the following
reasonable prices:
Horse clipped In full $1.25
Foretop and Legs Clipped... .35
Dogs Clipped Any Style... 1.00
Main 4496-Y. Horses Called For.
BOYD & BATTLE'S STABLE,
J. Frank Battle, M'g'r.
Tenth Avenue, N., and Cedar St
TO RESPONSIBLE PERSONS
On Their Own Notes
WiTHOUT SECURITY.
run mm loan co.,
8ie;:aj;RSTRKi : rr stairs,
Baom i Tiviii Building,
h n
WARD fk n
ioney Loaned
NASHVILLE,
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