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sawed oak of the finest quality.
We offer as our testimonials
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t tieir Opinion: Ur. W. K. Baker,
ixcLsuvuic, icuu.j uisnop nvans lyree, io i. run street,
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. Lovell Landers, 1603 Harding street, ft
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. H. Boyd, 523 Second ave., N., $
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For Prices and
523 Second Avenue, North,
Telephone Slain 1173.
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THE CUSTOM. HOUSE LIVERY
Flrst-ClMi Llrery oi Short Notice.
712 and 714 Broadway,
A beautiful suite of rooms
on the third floor of the Napier
Court 411 Fourth Ave., North.
There are five rooms with a
class-stained partition. Will
be rented in whole or in part.
Can be used as a flat or lodge
J, C. Napier,
One Cent Savings Bank.
El L. .IILES, Jr.,
THE PEN CITY TAILOR.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Itopniring.
Pants to Order.. ..Q 4i00
.nuts to Order.. - SI6.00
123 Dca-1crick St, SASIIV1UF, TEW.
Hay, Com, Oats and Feed
stuffs. The only Negro Feed House in the City
nl 3rd. Ave. Phon
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or burl walnut, or quarter- ft
the people who have purchased 2
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1504- fourteenth ave., N.,
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uyust v-uuica ouuuuy ocnooi,
Terms Apply to
Nashville, Tenn. jj
of the North.
DR. JOSIE E. WELLS,
Diseases of Women and Chil
dren. Electrical Massage
Given at the Office ....
Office 411 Fourth Avenue, North. Tel
ephone 1477. Residence, 77 Maple
Street, Telephone 1318.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., evening
Walter S, Thomas,
CHOICE FRESH AND CURED
Expert Sauaaga JYlaker,
All Meats selected from Home Killed Stock.
Risidenct: 1911 FOURTH AVE., N.
The Only True Blood, liver
and Kidney Remedy.
PYP.EI l CT CDRiiJft ?nmn
bnubkbhu i ui iiiiiu 'Wii'Ui
Our Sarsanari11iis marie from
pure herb Roots and Dnizs
j 1 1 '
winch have proved by lonp: ex-
periencc to Oe the most valu-
able in restoring find invinrnrnt.
inp. For renewing and enrich
ing the blood.
Every linttle liniranWd To (iive Sntisrnrtion
or fliwy Kefiniled.
PRICE PER DOTTLE, 50 CENTS
All Ti-Up'Miiie Ordrrn DMIvcrfd.
D.WII) J. KllIV, Druggist,
(!-dar Slreetand Tivclfth Avenuo, North.
M'hflnt Min, 171S nd 4().'ttl.
Miss Willie Lockridgc
MILLINERY PlAIN AND FANCY SEWING.
Call to see tne; if you are pleased, tell
others; if not, tell me.
A. M., from Geortrla. Hewasthe.rned -
kal valedictorian and took for his sub-
ject "The Evolution of the Physician."
Such eloquence, such oratory, so much
sincere and profound declarations, has
not been heard at the commencement
exercises in the history of the school.
He was easily the star of the occasion.
He got out from the archives of an-
cient history the records of the pio-
neers in medicine. He showed- by his
beautiful and masterful illustrations
how the physician had evoluted from
the mere "medicine man" to the latest
and most scientific stages, such as ex-
1st to-day. He captivated his audi-
ence, and more than once the audi-
ence Interrupted him with a vigorous
applause. Mr. Bryan was stern and
dispassionate in his delivery. In con-
eluding he paid a high tribute to the Tenn.; E. Mcintosh, Miss.; J. Lee Pick
class, the faculty and last, but not ens, Ala,; C. B. Ruddock, N. Y.; Emma
least, to the citizens of Nashville.
The chorus, "Thou, O Lord, Art Our
Father" (Sullivan) sung by the Choral
Society and played by the orchestra,
was one of the most beautiful selee
tions of the evening.
At the conclusion of this, Dean Hub
bard announced that Dr. Kuhmler,
President of Walden University, would
award the diplomas. Dr. Kuhmler
then presented the medical depart
ment with seventy-five, the dental with
eleven, the pharmaceutical with eight
ind the nurse training with two di-
lomas. He was assisted by Drs. R.
i?. Boyd, F. A; Stewart and Dean Hub
bard. Just at this point the following
were awarded medals and prizes. R.
E. Fullilove, of Mississippi, W. A.
Lewis,. of Tennessee, E. B. Wallace, of
Georgia, J. L. Pickens, of Alabama, W
H. Lynch, of West Indies, N. T. Walls,
of Arkansas, and N. T. Cottenn, of
Colorado. Dr. Hubbard announced
that there vrere a large number of
presents but they would not be given
out until after the program was con
cluded, but he had a few special of
ferings which were sent by letter to
him and wl
out. c. H.
hich he wished to hand
out. C. H. Wheeler, of Mississippi, rtv
heived' a chcck for $250.00 from his
mother. Mr. Tucker, or urmsn won-
.1 ..n.l 1 1. AI
uiiui. iei;t;ivcii a. v;iiv;v;iv tui wiuw.uu.
from his father. Mir. Clyde W. Lee,
n sn fmm m ss srtni) . tppp vpa ar.necK
1 1 1
t. oaa nri a i i. f p-fAnfi n I
ji fovv.w. j. uatiuiv iui a.w.uv wna
resented to W. S. Martin, of Mem-
I'ms, ienn., irom reiauves.
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Dn nbbard then introduced the
sjieaker for the occasion. On the in
troduction of "The Wizard of Tuske-
gce," he said, "We feel honored to
night to have with us Dr. Booker T.
Washington, who has kindly consented
to .deliver an address to our graduat
ing class. Dr. Washington's school Is
the best known in the South, and bet
ter known than any of the leading
as an educator is not confined to any
country. It is an international one. Davidson County, Tenn., for four con
Dr. Washington will speak to you." epotVP. weeks, oommandine the said
A loud demonstration by the audience
was indulged in. Mr. Washington then
spoke in that cool, unequivocal man
ner which is so characteristic of him.
His subject, "The individual, not the
race problem." was timely, logical and
very appropriate for the occasion. It
was mingled with humor and good ad
vice to the graduates.
Presents and prizes were then pre
sented to the large class. Over $1,250
in cash was recorded.
Some very prominent visitors were
noted on the platform, together with
the Alumni Association of the Mehar
ry Medical College. The music, ren
dered by the orchestra under the di
rection of Miss Braden. was superb
The ushers were very competent.
They saw to it that the large audience
was comfortably seated and that no
one was allowed to find a seat without
theIr ai1- E-T- was chl?f usn
er, assisteu uy w. u loonrer. u. u
Brown. II. T. Colliding, O. H. Bassett
T. F. Robinson, I. A. White, Napier
Bass, Samuel J. Mc'Lemore, J. B. Rus
ell,-E. H. Martin, O. N. Coins. R. H
nmnn v Miitmi in a wiihifp v
W. Benton. J. L. Shiiiev. A. J. Love,
W. A. Willis and F. B. Adair.
We give the class roll for the naugh
Medical: O. M. Banks. Miss.; Syl
vester Banks, Kansas; Charles Bell,
Missouri; E. G. Bowden, B. S., Ga.:
Marshall Boyd. Ky.: J. F. Boyland.
Tenn.; B. h. Boswell. Texas; W. H.
Tryan, A. M., Ga.; A. D. Bradbury.
fs-: f i-FyanMja: A-J-Jry
nrK.; ivi. ij. uryam, ienn.; u. w. uiur,
Tonn ,. Alox ColllPT.t Al;u. j A. Cox.
Okla. Tcr.; II. L,. Cooper, S C; L. P.
TMxon. Miss.: J. H. Dodd. Texas; E
M. Ezidore, La.; J. W. Foster, Fla.; It
rc. Fullilove, Miss.; S. II. Gilmer, Ala.;
n.. A. Griffin. Miss.; F. J. Hawkins,
Texas; Jl. C. Harden, Mo.; T). W. Hun-
tor, Ind: Tor.; K. C. Hunter, A. 13..
Tenn.; W. B. Humphrey, Ark.; C. II.
nn, a. u., ii'nn.; a. .j. iversnaw. i la.
T. A. Key. Tenn.; J. J. Lay, Tenn.
Hyde W. Lee. Miss.; J. T. Lewis, Ga.;
n A. Lewis. A. I?. Tenn.; A. C. Mc-
fsissa-ck, A. r?.. Miss.; W. S. Martin.
To-nn.; L. E. Mason, Tenn.; J. A. Mat-
M?on. Ark.; Effle C. Mitchell, Fla.; R.
R. T. Miller, B. Guiana. S. A.; B. D.
Miller. Fa.; T. P. Moore, Ga.: E. C.
Moore, Ind. Tor.; L. J. Newsom. Ohio;
U. W. Faxton. Ky.; J. II. Patterson.
Fla.; W. S. Pace, Ga.; A. M. Perry.
Ky.; S. A. Triers, A. B., Ga.; M. V.
Pierre, Ark.; U. S. Porter, Ky.; Donnie
Kodmond. Miss.; J. H. Redd, Ky.: A.
J. C. Tadley,
' West? TeniS
Miss.; T. W. Thompson
Tucker, B. Honduras;
Tenn.; Sirporah Turner,
Wallace, Ga.; Lightfoot
C. H. Wheeler, Miss.; C. Bourgeus
Wickman, La.; 1. D. Williams, Ga.; R.
Reche Williams, Fla.; C. Raleygh WIl
Hams, Fla.; W. B. Woods, Tenn.; Lucy
B. Walker, Md.; G. L. Williams, A. B
Miss.; C. Raleigh Yerwood, Texas; R
B. Tyas, Ark
Dental: M. C. Cottenn, Col.; Lafay
ette Cockrell, Texas; E. T. Fields,
Miss.; W. E. Foster. Ark.; S. W. Jam!
son, Fla.; U. G. Johnson. Ohio; H. W
Lynch, B. W. I.; J. J. McKeever, Tenn.;
G. D. Smith, S. C; W. S. Stevens,
Miss.; N. Thomas Wallis, Ark.
Pharmaceutical: W. T. Durroh,
L. Stone, Tenn.; W. A. Wallace, Mo.;
e. T. Williamson, Texas; J. B. Wil-
Nurse Training: Evesta Ellen Bold
en, Ohio; Marietta Elsie Gordon, Tex
MRS. V. W. BROUGHTON.
The friends and admirers of Mrs.
V. W. Broughton met at the First Bap
tist .Church, Eighth avenue, North,
Tuesday night, April 2. Short ad
dresses were made by Rev. Ellington,
Dr. R. H. Boyd, Mrs. Flowers and Dr.
F. A. Stewart, and a purse of $41 was
presented Mrs. Broughton for her trip
to Rome, Italy.
FOR RENT. Two rooms for gen
tlemen or light housekeeping. 419
First avenue, South. tf.
FOR RENT Part of office, gas
light, at Boyd Building. See Janitor.
Before D. U. Burke, Justice of the
Peace in and for Davidson County,
Tenn., Bessie Nunion Armstrong by
etc., vs. iE. F. Badoux.
In this cause it appearing by affl-
havlt that defendant E. F. Badoux is
in6w tr. Plaintiff tiooqIo Nim nn
uuiMl'U J, uvuuiw .miiiuii
. . .... . n
Armstrong ny etc., in tne sum or nve
hundred dnllarf? du bv damfurps. and
that E. F. Badoux is a non-resident of
the State of Tennessee and due proc
ess of law cannot be Rerved upon him
nnd an original attachment has been
issued and levied on the following
real estate, to wit: Being Lot No. 59.
at No. 409 Gay street. Said lot No. 59
fronts 42 feet on Gay street and runs
back between parallel lines seventy-
two feet (72 ft.), being the property of
V V. Badoux. It Is. therefore, ordered
fna r.bHcatIon be made In the Nash-
vilip niobe. a newsnaner published in
defendant to appear before me or
iorne other Justice of the Peace of said
r ounty at my office 'No. 329 Deaderick
street. Nashville. Tenn., on the 27th
iav of Anril. 1907. at 1 p. m., and
make defense in said suit, or it wlfl be
proceeded with ex parte.
D. U. BURKE.
Justice of Peace for Davidson Coun
May Rules, 1907.
Isabella Caster vs. Henry Caster. In
this cause it appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Court that the defendant is
a non-resident of the State or Tennes
w. therefore the ordinary "r
law can not be served upon him; it is
therefore ordered that said defendant
enter his appearance herein at the
next term of the Davidson uouniy cir
cuit Court, to be holden at the Court
TTouse in Nashville, Tennessee, on the
first Monday in May. it beinR 6th, and
fipfpnd. or said complainant's bill will
be taken for confessed as to him ana
Uet. for hearing exparte. It is there
fore ornerea mai a cupy ul una u.uu
oe P"U11"IU l" 11
s on in the Nashville Globe, a newspa-
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nfr yUUllSUCU 111 noiiuiiuv.
Ij. M. Hrri. uierK
W. B. COOK, D. C
G. F. Anderson.
Solicitor for Complainant
Matr 'TCnlfvj 1507.
Ten'ar. n. "Wfttkins vs. tfstella Wat-
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Tn this cause it appearing to tne
?nt1fifactIon of the Court that the de
fendant Is a non-resident of the State
0f Tennessee, therefore the ordinary
nrocess of law cannot be served upon
,pr. lt u therefore ordered that said
dpf;ndant enter her appearance herein
bounty Circuit Court, to be holden at
the Court House in Nashville, Tennes
see, on the first Monday In May, it
being the sixth day, and defend, or
said complainant's bill will be taken
for confessed as to her and set for
hearing e parte. It is therefore or
,i,.a 'hot a rnnv nf this order he
'in max i v.v,j --
Diibllshed for four weeks In succession
in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper
published in Nashville.
C.il. Stevens, Miss.; J. C. Tadley,
L. M. HITTi Clerk.
G. F. ANDERSON,
Policitor for Complainant
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