Tim NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1907.
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OUlt DAILY PRICES:
20 lbs. Beet Granulated Sugar. $1.00
21 " Best O. Sugar 1.00
12 " Best Cut Loaf Sugar 1.00
10 lb. Pall Pure Hog Lard. .. .$1.25
20 " Pail Pure Hog Lard 2.40
10 " Pure Hog Lard 1.00
50 " Compound Lard by tub.. 4.40
California Lemon Cling Peaches
can 20c ta
Pie Peaches, 3 cans for 25cts
Badger State cream corn, 2
Empress brand Sugar corn
3 cans 25cts
Van Camp early June Peas
3 cans 25cU
Alaska Red Salmon, 2 cans...25ct
Large, fancy Bloater Mack
erel, each 20cts
Imported Sardines ....15 and 20ct
American Sardines, dozen ...45ct
Standard quality ,10cts
California, Mammoth white
Asparagus, can 35cts
Beets, Extra Fine, 1 can 15cts
Baked Beans, 1 can 5cts
Heinz best Baked Beans with
tomato sauce, 3 cans 25cts
Extra quality Floria flour per
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, Mocha and Java
Golden Glory, 1 lb. can 20cts
Maxwell House Blend, 1 lb...35cts
3 lb. cans Maxwell House
Dutch Java Blend l ib. can...25cts
Fine mixed tea, 1 lb. package 60cts
English breakfast tea, 1 pkg. 60cts
Green tea, 1 lb. package 45cts
Scotch Oats, 3 packages .25cts
Mother's Oats, 3 packages.... 25cts
Corn Flakes, 3 packages 25ct
Egg-o-See, 3 packages 25cts
Mrs. Eli2a Erwin royally enter
tained the Marshal Neil Club- last
Monday. The query box was the prin
cipal feature of the evening. A large
number was prr-seut and an interest
ing program was lndered, after which
a three-course menu was served.
Miss Flagg, who has been sick, is
better, but not able to be up.
Mrs. RadfcaKrof Webster street, en
tertained witfi an elegant dinner in
honor of Rev. O. W. Hamilton, of
Clarksville, Tenn., last Wednesday.
It is rumored 'that some of the
young ladies of the Commercial Class,
of Waldcn University, are preparing to
go to Oklahoma to take positions.
Mr. F. Snodgrass, of Algood, Tenn.,
was in the city this week.
Miss Susie Spence, of 1805 State
street, has been slightly ill for the last
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Miss Bessie Epjis entertained
Thursday night in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Anderson Barden at the home of
Miss Jimmie Bridgewater on West
End. The rooms were neatly ar
ranged and beautifully decorated, the
colors being white and green. The
evening was pleasantly spent in play
ing games. At a late hour a. two
course menu was served. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Bar
den, Misses Ella IL. Scott, Sarah
Cooper, Jimmie Bridgewater, Bessie
Epps-, Fannie M. Graves, Messrs.
James Brown, Walter Roberts, Archie
Gordon, Major Baker and Laurence
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A most delightful evening was
spent Wednesday, April 24, at the res
idence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Thorne, on Tremont avenue. The
Miss Jessie May Randolph, of State
street has recovered from a recent
spell of sickness.
Mrs. Nellie Dunlap, formely of
Shankland street, now resides at 919
The indications are that the twen
tieth annual May Festival of Mount
Olive Baptist Church, under the di
rection of Mr. William Young, will be
a success in every sense of the word.
It opens May 6, and lasts one week.
The revival meetings at St. Paul A.
M. E. Church have been well attended.
Religious enthusiasm continues to
prevail and a number of converts is
Mrs. Mary Crockett, well known in
church circles, and who for many
years resided on Cedar street, nearly
opposite Mount Olive, now lives on
Thirteenth avenue, North.
The Lithia Club of South Nashville
met at the residence of Mrs. William
Taylor, Friday night, April 26. Aft
er the regular routine of business the
members were ushered to the dining
room where a tempting menu was
served. The next meeting will be held
May 2, at the residence of Mrs. Amelia
Cooks, 801 Seventh avenue, boutn.
Mrs. Missouri Bufford is home again
after a few months stay in Lynnville.
Mrs. Bufford is one of Giles County's
Dr. Wm. D. Chappelle is home after
spending a fortnight in Georgia, visit
Mr. W. D. Glover left Tuesday night
for Chicago, where he will spend his
Prof. A. Juliu3 Williams, the well
known playwright, left the city a few
days ago for Sedalia, Mo., where he
will soend the summer.
Mr. Lewis Winter, of Maury street,
is able to be up and about, after a
The Allen Christian Endeavor
League of St. Paul is doing good work.
Miss D. F. Elmore, an employee of
the A. M. E. S. S. Union, was indis
posed the first of the week.
Mrs. Nellie Powell is slowly con
valescing. It is rumored that Mr. Henry Scar
lett and Miss Redmond, both of the
class of '07. Meharry, were married
last week. Mr. Scarlett Is from Way
cross, Ga., and Miss Redmond is from
Dr. R. H. Boyd spent Wednesday
night In Lebanon, Tenn., where he
spoke before a large audience at the
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, of which
Rev. J. C. Lott is pastor. Dr. Boyd
went down at the urgent invitation ex
tended by these good people.
Misses Sadie Watkins and Katie A
Boyd spent Sunday with Miss Connie
King, of 1G10 Patterson street.
Mrs. Ada Lee Khig, of 513 Fourth
avenue, South, was quite sick the first
of the week.
Mrs. Ada Fleming Adams, of St
Louis, was in the city last week. She
brought the remains of her father, Mr
George Fleming, to the city for burial
Miss Willa McBroome, of Jefferson
street, is rapidly improving in health
The practice game of the Nationa
Baptist Publishing House Basebal
Team at Eighth avenue and Harrison
street last Saturday afternoon attract
ed auite a number of people to the
A stranger in town the other day
was very much surprised when some
one told him that the splendid rig
which had just passed was from the
livery stable of Boyd & Battle, the
energetic young men whose place of
business is at Tenth avenue and Cedar
Miss Bettie Ashley, of Hawkins VV, m'Vvm Z
street, who for four or five weeks was
seriously ill with asthma, has recov
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the city last Sunday morning, after a "pit" were enjoyed. Mrs. Young won now ready. No Superintendent
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PROGRESSIVE r.LUR C. ooctnia.
Quite recently an interesting meet- National Baptist Publishing Board,
for the benefit of the Day Home, was
a success. Prince Herrman officiated.
Judging from the number present, the
financial proceeds were enough to lend
substantial assistance to this worthy
Rev. J. C. Lott, of Lebanon, Tenn.,
spent several days in the city last
week on matters pertaining to the in
terest of his church. Rev. Lott is
building up a large congregation in
that thriving town.
The Globe office has undergone a lit
tle renovation in the past week. The
floors and counters have been beauti
fully painted. Two other additions
are noted in the beautiful signs in
gold on the two windows with a neat
one between the two windows, repre
senting the earth, showing that the
Globe covers the globe.
Mrs. J. S. Martin, of Hynes Street,
is a violinist of no mean ability. She
has appeared very modestly before
several audiences since being in the
Mrs. Dr. Jeff. Lytton left Friday
evening for St. Louis to be with her
son, Johnnie, who is to undergo a
she well visit her daughters in Chica
Miss Mary Wilson, of Blank Place,
who has been confined to her room on
account of illness for several days is
able to be out again.
Mrs. Cassie Greer, of Waverly
Place, has been ill for several days.
Though suffering quite a deal and still
confined to her room her condition is
slightly improved over what it was
the first of the week.
Miss Mammie Thompson has closed
!ier school at Lake Providence after a
successful year's work.
The North Nashville Xaliophan
Club entertained on last Thursday at
the residence of Miss Willie P. Wash
ington, 1)09 Warren street. The dec
orations were pinks and ferns. Music
and games were the features of the
evening. The guests were served a
beautiful four-course menu. Those
present were Misses Maggie Williams,
Maggie Pointer, Lillian Jordon, Ru-
bie Rurrus, Cloud, Altha Strat-
ton, Bessie Woodfork, Rosa Bell Baily,
Jennie Woodfork, Essie Williams,
Willie P. Washington, Katie Polk.
Mamie Boyd, .Tosie Andrews, Bessie
Frierson, Ethel Frierson, Nettie An
drews, Messrs. George Jordon, Eral
Jones, Andy Mayberry, Walter Morris,
Herman Matthews, Rucker, Jor
don Plates, David Washington, Ed-
"The Bull" and "The
happy party dispersed
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JASUVILLE, - TENNESSEE.
ing of Club C was held at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robin
son, of Seventh avenue, North, every
member responding promptly to their
duty. After a few hours of business
transaction an hour of social chat
was enjoyed. The guests of the
evening were Mrs. Roberta Fowler Ed
monson and Miss Jennie Snoddv. of
Fayettsville, Tenn. Ices and fruits T0 liCSDORSlbiC TCrSOnS Oil lllCir
Own Notes Business ConBdental.
Prof. Joseph E. Porter and Dr. A.
M. Townsend will give a Sacred Con
cert at the Spruce Street Baptist
Church, Sunday evening, May 12.
They will be assisted by the Spruce
Street choir, and other local talent.
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Miss Willie Lockridge,
The program will open at 8 p. m.
The music selected for the occasion MILLINERY, PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING.
mSZ, Z t talning heard at a concert recently.
Rev. T. J. Townsend, the pastor, will
deliver an address, and other distin
guished visitors will be present.
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Chas. Shute, Brlarsvllle, Tenn., 77
Wm. Payne, Jefferson City, Mo., 35
John Henry Maupin, 113 Fourth av
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Diana Warren, 529 First avenue,
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410 CEDAR STREET.
OfflM Hours: 9 to 1 1 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m., 7 U 8 1. m,
Cleaning, Pressing and Altering Neatly
Done. Ladies Work a bpecialty,
Clothes called for and delivered.
Bettie Pondexter, 1100
mie, North, 32 years.
William Watkins, Louisville, Ky.,
Infant of Addie and Samuel Dossey,
405 Seventh avenue, South, 3 days.
Willia mScales, corner McLaughlin
and Clara avenue,, 35 years.
Louise Jennings, 413 Stewart street,
Annie Stull, Cleveland avenue and
North Sixth street, 22 years.
Callie Webb, 119 Lewis street, 27
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ward Polk, George Britton, Earnest
Frierson. Isaac Williams and Herman years.
Ellis. Crimson Fields, 1539 Fourteenth av-
The Sir Knights of Pythias made a enue, North, 2 months,
grand showing at the First Baptist Louise Preston, City Hospital, 51
Church, East Nashville, last Sunday years.
evening and an excellent sermon was Infant of Mamie Demonbreun, 919
preached by Rev. Mr. Luckett. The Vernon.
house was crowded and a large sum Charlotte Williams. 419. Fifth ave-
Lula E. Garrett, Sadie J. Winston,
Lula M. Grant, Messrs. Walter Clark,
Samuel Battle, Edward Wright, W.
G. Owens, Drs. Jno Bright and J. J.
Lay. Miss A. Stubbs attended the
servinc. The event was purely so
of money taken up.
Mrs. Darden, of Williams street, Is I
The readers of the Globe are invited
to attend the exercises at Walden Uni
versity from May 1 to 9.
nue, South, 80 years.
One evening recently at 1002 Elev
enth avenue, North, the following-
There will be a May festival at First named persons spent an evening
Baptist Church, East Nashville, from pleasantly: Misses Willie Andrews,
May 6 to 11. Come. I Willa B. Dodson, Frankie M. Hill,
Lee Woodard and Susie Trimble.
R. H. Keel and Mattie Thompson,
Pinkney Smith and Emma D. Mar
tin. Wm. Wherry and Pearly Andrews
W. M. Cardwell and Octavia Mc-
Peter Smith and Carrie Lynn.
Claude Ferguson and Mary Stokes,
Edward Scruggs and Ophelia Por
Samuel Newby and Ella Robinson
Samuel Ridley and Ida Caldwell
Samuel West and Lizzie Wiszarro,
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Uork call for and delivered.
Mrs. Thomas Haywood, of State
street, and Master William McCauley
spent last Saturday and Sunday In
Franklin', the guests of Mrs. Hay
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