M & CARUT
410 CEDAR ST.
20 lbs Best Granulated Sugar $1.00
12 " Best C. Sugar 1.00
a I Best Cut Loaf Sugar.... 1.00
xo lb Pail Pure Hog Lard.. $1.25
20 PaU Pure Hog Lard .... 2. 40
io " Pure Hog Lard 1.00
50 " Compound Lard by tub 4.40
California Lemon Cling Peaches
Pie Peaches, 3 can9 for 25cts
Badger State cream corn, 2
Empress brand Sugar corn
3 cans 25ct8
Van Camp early June Peas
3 cans 25cts
Alaska Red Salmon, 2 cans 25cts
Large, fancy Bloater Mack
erel, each 20cts
Imported Sardines 15 and 20cts
American Sardines, dozen 45cts
Standard quality lOcts
California, Mammoth white
Asparagrus can 85cts
The visit of Miss Samuella C. Web
ster, of Columbia, was quite enjoyable
to Miss Frankie El Hill, of 801 Ewlng
Mrs. C. H. Clark, of 610 Jo John
ston, has a Bevere attack of ticdou
loureaux. Miss Willie Griffin, ut McMinnvllle,
has been In the city for several days
the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Utley, of
Tenth avenue, North. While here
Miss Griffin has been the recipient of
many social courtesies.
Mrs. Emma Battle, of 922 Blank
street, entertained at dinner in honor
of Miss Willie Griffin Sunday.
Rev. Joseph Lawrence, of Chicago,
111., brother of Rev. E. M. Lawrence,
State .Missionary of the Tennessee
Baptist' State Convention, who has
been visiting in this city for several
weeks, left for his home Monday
Miss Lela B. Hayes, of Waverly,
who has been visiting Mrs. H. D.
York, of 1807 Jefferson street, has. re
Mr. C. H. Radford spent Sunday In
Clarksvllle attending the bedside of
his sick mother.
Miss Janie Barksdale left Thursday
for her home in Clarksvllle, Tenn.
Miss Queenle Arnold Is on the sick
list this week,
" MUs Pinkie Mayberry, of Cedar
street, 'Is slightly Indisposed.
Mrs. A. E. Montague, of Fourth ave
nue, South, who ha3 been quite sick
for. the past three or four weeks, has
Mrs. J. Blaine Boyd, of Fourteenth
avenue, North, who was Indisposed, is
Miss Bettle Ashley, who was report
ed seriously ill last week, has been re
moved to the home of her sister, 1507
Pearl street. Miss Ashley Is improv
ing very slowly.
Mrs. Mayme G. Greer, a teacher In
the Institute at Mound Bayou, Miss.,
has returned to her home on Heffer
nan street on account of the illness -of
Mrs. Hattle Roane, who for two or
three years has been connected with
the mailing department of the Baptist
Publishing House, has resigned hej
Mr, Geo. O, Boyd, of the wll-known
livery firm of Boyd & Battle, who was
ill lat weeK has recovered' sufficient
ly to attend to his, business interests.
Mr. Dan Hackley Winston, the
printer-poet, is busily engaged on a
new book of poems.
Mrs. Anna B. Spence, the efficient
bookkeeper!' has left the employ of
the Clarion Printing Company.
Miss Janie E. Benson, the Itead of
one of the departments of Knowlea
School, Is not enjoying the best of
Mr. Jesse Randolph, of State street,
who was badly crippled by running
a large nail in his foot last month, In
nhiA trt nerform his daily duties.
Leonard W. Ellington, the son of
Rev. W. S. Ellington, pastor of the
First Baptist Church, who has been
seriously 111 for the past inree weens
Is rapidly Improving.
Prf W. H. Fort, of Bruce High
School. Dyersburg, Tenn., Is making
extensive preparations for the closing
his Bchool. It is expected
that Mr. Fort will spend the greater
part of the vacation season u u-
r T nencfleld. who was the
cucBt of her parent, Dr. and Mrs. R.
E ScH e 623 Been avenue,
410 CEDAR ST.
Beets, Extra Fine, 1 can..
Baked Beans, 1 can
Heinz best Baked Beans
with tomato sauce, 3 cans 2 Sets
Extra quality Floria flour
per barrel $4.85
50 lb sacks 1.30
25 lb sacks 65cts
Gold Medal per bbl 4.55
50 lb sacks 1.10
25 lb sacks 55cts
Yale brand, Moca and Java
1 lb can 25cts
Golden Glory, 1 lb can. . . . 20cts
Maxwell House Blend I lb 85ct9
3 lb cans Maxwell House
Dutch Java Blend I lb can 2octs
Fine mixed tea 1 lb package GOcts
English breakfast tea 1 pkg GOcts
Green tea 1 lb package. . . . 45ctl
Scotch Oats, 3 packages.. 25cts
Mother's Oats, 3 packages 25ts
Corn Flakes, 3 packages.. 25cts
Eggo-See 3 packages 25ct8
iJ fH 1 P ,IngArk- Sfe
w! XSil T"r f Lf
her brother. She took home with her
.Wll frit ! h0 wl ln,theJu:
2 8lde wItn her aunt at H
Rev. T. J. Goodall will be Installed
as pastor of one of the prominent
Sunday, April 14.
Word has reached this city from
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T.,," :hMJ " V"" -"
n ft nn Via timwlr ..IaIIh 1
wir.ZiZ .l; ;. Z 7 Xu
will possibly come as far South as
is not included in this itinerary. The
'?e G,obe 11
n : iITT ; u ltI ...
It is learned that Mr. 'Henry Allen
Boyd will assist in. the installation
services at Clarksvllle, Tenn., Sunday,
charge of a Baptist church In that
main until the latter part of the week,
returning here in time for services
Mrs. u. v. Roman, of 130 Fourteenth
avenue, ixorui, is lnaieposea tnis
weeK. tone is sunenng with a sprained
antue, wnicn impeaes ner locomotion
coniaeraDiy. Aitnougn not danger-
ously ill, she Is suffering intensely.
Mrs. Louis Berry, of 136 Fourteenth
avenue, xsortn, is reported on tne sick I
list this week. Her friends ha.v been
very anxious auou ner a we ramuy
pnysiciau pronimiea any callers in
it- - -1 . 1- I
ine SICK room.
lurs. . n. rnimps, oi Tweiltn ave-
r n it i. .... . ....
uue, worm, was indisposed last week,
but Is improving rapidly.
Mr. Arthur G. Price, who was for
merly with the Economical Steam
Laundry this city, but now with the
People's Steam Laundry at Memphis,
writes that he is well pleased with
his new business and that Memphis
promises to be the greatest
business center in the South. He re-
ports both himself and family, which
includes Grace Lucile. as enjoying ex-
ceiieni neaun. i
Miss Alva Bopze, who has been for
the pas four years a studeit at Wal-
den and who is one of the survivors
of the great Walden fire and & Prt-
ent witn tne class this yea.r, wUJ poa
sioiy spend a part or the summer
months visiting friends in the North,
She will then return to her home in
Clarksdale, Miss., to entertain some of
It Is learned that Mrs. Sutton E.
Griggs is again in Philadelphia, Pa,,
after having spent the better part of
the winter with her relatives in Ports-
moutn, va. Just when she will return.
to Nashville is not known. She was
expected this month
Miss Wllla B. FiUpatrick, of Lewis
burg, Tenn., ha returned to her home
from visiting her friend, Mrs. Austin,
of 1217 Grundy street.
Mr. Ed. Lowry left the city for Cln
clnnati last Sunday night.
and Mrs. Henry Ray, Jr., left
the city Saturday night for St Louis,
to suspend the Verdi Chorus, much to
Mrs, Eliza Johnson is In ShelbyvUle. the reeret of the admirers of this or-
Tenn., visiting relatives.
Miss Eliza Ridley is visiting friends
In Mt, Pleasant.
Mrs. Annie Ramsey and Mrs. Snider,
of 18 Filmore street, spent Sunday In
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks, of Ninth
avenue, South, entertained their niece,
.iB uiiftv;wa muza, yamei were
played until a late hour, after which
a tnree-course menu was served.
Those present were Misses Euphenia
Moore, Frances Moore, Louise Farmer,
Ethel Merrill, of Franklin; Drs. J. N.
Foster, A. C. Scarlett, S. A. Jamison
and E. J. Dobson.
Dr. J. Lee Pickens having completed
his course In Pharmacy at Meharry
Medlcall College, left Tuesday morn
ing for his home In Mobile, Ala.,
where he will have charge, as man'
ager, of the "Live and Let Live Drug
Miss Jennie Pbrterfield, wishes her
friends to know she no longer resides
at 1608 State street, but at 807 Tenth
avenue, South (Falrmount street)
Miss Jennie L. Noel has returned
from Richmond, Ky., where she has
been teaching music Her work was
Mr. William Simmons, of 1011 Sa
lem street, left last Friday night for
Chicago,, where he will spend the sum
mer. Mr. Simmons has been an en
gineer at Fisk University for twelve
Mrs. Mary M. Ranson, a sister of
Miss Josie Price, who has been In the
city a few days with her sister, will
possibly return home In a few days
preparatory to returning to Nashville
to spend her summer vacation,
Mrs. Green Hall, of 1826 Jefferson
street, has been quite sick for more
than a week. At this writing she is
IMrs. Fannie Clayborn, of 511 Quarry
street, has been suffering several days
with . neuralgia.
Mr. Emmett J. Scott, the private
secretary of Prof. Booker T. Washing
ton, spent Wednesday in the city en
route to Tuskegce, Ala., from Chicago,
vacation months in Moberl Mo
Dr- C V. Roman left Thursday for
mi. a, ,ni
tend the sessions of the Alabama
Medical Association, He will address.
them to-day and return Saturday.
n xt0kii a
cessful business man of - the Queen
The members of the
gave their first entertainment at the
residence of Mrs. N. E. Jernagin, Fri
day evening. April 6
1 Next Monday night there will be a
Lonrt tOCf vvn a,,, n.
William McLemore and Robert Turner
Prof. F. O. Smith, made a flying trip
tn Tn,wnn tJ J
SJTU - VO 8fc
Negro 'exhibits for the Jamestown EK'
position. While there he secured an
nouse( 0f which Dr. H. Bullock la Sec-
Cabbie were held at St. Paul A. M. R
rcQ' woansaay APru 1W-
Rev. E. H. Pankey spent Saturday
and Sunday in Jefferson.
: Rev. C. H. Morgan, of Columbia,
spent a few days here with friends
Mr. and Mrs. H. Black entertained
at dinner on Friday evening in honor
of Mlsaas Kittle C. Howse. Lottie
Iilack a.ni Mrs. Curtis. Th rtlnlne-
room doors were thrown open to the
guests and a delightful three-course
menu was served.
. Mrs AnnlA T,nwft nf KocTivHU
gnent Sundav with her mother
' " " -l ...w,
The egg hunt given last Friday bv
the St. Paul Sunday school was en-
Joyed by the children very much.
The Twentieth Century Whist Club
waj entertained last Thursday even
lnS APril 4 &t the home of Mrs. Rob-
ert C. Eason, 318 Eighth avenue
"North. ThQ hostess was assisted in
receiving oy ner motner, Mrs. u. u,
Bra4y, of Murfreesboro. The evening
was spent in a continuous round at
pleasure. The room was charmingly
decorated with, a profusion of flowers,
PnK carnations predominating. The
guests were served "April iooi punch
by Mr. Eason, which afforded; the, dub
much laughter. At a late hour am
elaborate menu was served.. Those
present were Mesdame Eugene Cfcy-
ton, Thos. A. Ewing, . Bivins,. and
Robert C. Eason, Misses Jobo t).
Blackwell, Bettle Warren, Wttta Mai
Turner, Pearl Warner, Annie C'neek.
Messrs. tiuy Hampton, Wymoa Brady,
Guy Bodenhammer, John Sims, S. EL
Marshall, Thos. A, Ewing,
Robt C. 'Eaaoa and J. W. Maney.
MISS JOSIE PRICE IMPROVING.
The health of Miss Josie Price, the
well known musician and Instructor
r t-V a firm corpif rttT Y q a VtaAn
, tM ,i,f
Zo ihStS Bhe fJrSS
eanlzation. It Is learned that within
th nast two or three weeks her
health has so rapidly imcroved until
shn has fullv decided to beein ber
chorus work. It is stated positively
that Mondav nlcht a revival of this
work will begin at the . Verdi music
rooms, corner Eighth avenue. North,
0, say r.r8v
TAYLOR Sc CO.
Funeral Directors and
Embalmed. CARRIAGES FOR IIIREr
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Nashville, - Tenn.
WE ARE ALWAYS ,
Up With The Times.
'. 0nx Superintendent's and
Teacher's Handbook!, contain
ing Lesson Texts, Review Sug
gestions, School Readings, 'Mus
ical Suggestions, etc, for the In
ternational Lessons for 1907 is
now ready. No Superintendent
or Teacher should . be without
this valuable little book. It is
undenominational. Publisher 1
or the interest of Sunday school
Prices: Cloth, 25 cts; Leathei
Hatlonal Baptist Publishing Board,
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523 Second Avenue, North,
NASHVILLE, - - TENSES SEE.
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3 443-R,
Dr, J, B, Singlelon,
Professor of Of iratlve Dei itistry and teach
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METHOD ALL CLASi ES OF DENTAL .
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316 Jo Jotuutoa Ave.
, Meals Served in All Styles.
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PA ilTS" $4,0O TJp
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Done. Ladies Work a Specialty. '
Clothes Called for and
Spring samples n ow ready.
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Louise Hollins and Dorah Randies..
EAST NASHVILLE RELIEF SOCU
The Ladles' Relie f Society, of Eas
Nashville, will hold its monthly meet
Iiig at the residence of Mrs, Emms
Walton, liamsy street, April 15.Rev.
Jfones, of Lane Tabernacle, will give
.an address. Mary J. Marshall, Pres.;
-Mary Ihornly, Socy.
Y. M. C. A.
The Colored Y. M. C. A. will tender
Ttev. T. S. Allen a farewell reception
Friday night. April 19. Rev. Mr. Al
len has been at Walden University a
number of years and has won b? his
noble Christian life many friends. He
has been an active member of the city
ff M, C, fr,, which regrets his loss.
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1nthr U. .
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, RESIDENCE: 6 If. WEHSTER S'.liiET.
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CIS 022 (hurcli St., Phoan ?Ialn 620. .
' Th Largest and test Stock ta Select from
- In the Citv.
Office Phone Main 2705. Residence 1834
Jefferson St. Residence Phone Main 31 31 Y.
DR. S. S. CARUTHERS,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
410 CEDAR .STREET.
Office Hours: 9 to 1 1 1. m., 4 to 5 p. m.. 7 to 8 . m.
One of the Oldest Contracting
Firms in Nashville.
Every Job given Careful Attention
Telephone, Main 4525
E. Hill and S. Hill Sts., NASHVILLE, TENN,.
2-22-07-tf. ; i
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NOTICE TO HORSE OWNERS.
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Is now at hand, and we take this
means of informing you that we have
seciAred the Latest Clipping Devices
and are prepared to do the very Best
and Quickest Work at the following
Horses clipped in full $1.25
Foretop and Legs Clipped... .35
Dogs Clipped Any Style... 1.00
Main 4496-Y. Horses Called For.
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J. Frank Battle, M'g'r.
Tenth Avenue, N., and Cedar St
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