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NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
On the Corner 5th Avenue and Church Street
A SALE OP ALL SALES
With our unfinished building, backward season, streets torn up by our
conduit people and our much moving, We inaugurate for the good people of
Nashville a sale of high grade merchandise, that must make them quick sellers.
As our patrons and friends have been good to us and indulged us in our
unsettled condition, we hope to reciprocate by our value-giving prices.
A MAN'S SUIT
A MAN'S SHIRT
A MAN'S SHOE
A LADIES' $6.00 SKIRT
: THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Instructions and Lessons
Violin, Mandolin, Guitar,
NO. 449 EIGHTH AVENUE, N.,
I MISS JOSEPHINE PRICE,
TERMS OF 1906-1907.
Nash ville Portrait Co.
J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
' The only up-to-date picture enlarging house in Nashville
where customers receive cordial treatment. First-class
picturcs-of all sizes. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS..
Telephone, Main 3714-Y. 11& Fourth Ave., North.
SUIN LIGHT RESTAURANT.
John H. Blair, Prop.
Regular Meals 05 ffnlSi WE DO o'lJR OWN
Lunches 5, 10 and 15 fonts. UKL(J.
SODA WATER, ICE CREAM, ETC.
m Division Street, - - - . NASHVILLE, TEM
ISN'T IT WARM?
-Yes, Everywhere but in the
People's Ice Cream Parlor,
1135 Jefferson treet.
We have just added a nice line of candies and
chewing gums to our excellent line of cold drinks,
Ice Creams, Sherbets and Phosphates. Your patron
W. H. BROWN, Prop, and Mngr.
......... ........... r.: -
J. B. KENNEDY,
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fin Rigs of Every Description.
I'HONE, main 4156,
440 THIRD AVENUE,' NORTH, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
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A CHILD SUIT
v A Man's Underwear
A LADIES SHOE
A LADIES' $25.00 SUIT
given in Piano, Organ,
Voice and Harmony.
(North Spruce St.)
$2.00 Per Month.
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A MAN'S HAT
A MAN'S SOX
A BOY'S SHOE
A Ladies' $1.50 Waist
HEED ANYTHING? CALL ON! "a
Pension Vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL.
Is your life insured? Is your house
and furniture insured? Aren't
you tired raying rent?
Office Tlionr, Main 1889. Home Tbono Main 2812.
OFFICE 410-S CEDAH ST.,
Nashville, - Tennessee.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Beef, Mutton, Purk, Snusae, Salt Meat, a d all
Vegetables In Season.
1 Telephone. Main 3101-Y. M: Sixth Ave.. South
TO INCREASE THE GROWTH OF
HAIR AND REMOVE DANDRUFF.
We think this preparation will give en
ure saustaction when us d to arrest de
cay ami fallina out of the hair If
used as directed, it will tend to chanire
ory, wiry, discolored hair to glossy and
luxuriant tresses, and will keep the scalp
clean and healthy. It is germicidal and
antiseptic, and will relieve dandruff in
a short time,
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 25 4 50 CENTS.
All Telephone Orders Delivered.
DAVID J. KUHN, Druggist
Cor. Cedar and Twelfth Ave., North.
'PHONES, MAIN 1718 AND 4036.
Look Here, Younq Man!
men at once. Will
pay good salaries.
Will give constant
to see me to-dav at
128 Fifth Ave. f-m
. LODGE DIRECTORY.
The Sons of Relief.
Meets at Boyd Bulldincr nn Cefar
street, first and third Wednesdays of
It.' P. CARTER. President ,
JAS. R. ANDERSON, Seo'y.r..
ii SPORTING NEWS. I!
Say, What is the matter with the
ball tossers of these diggings? There
seems to be a slump since the days
have grown long and. hot. Let's be
up and a-doing. It looks as if all in
terest is centered on Nashville of the
Southern League. Now that won't do.'
Let's do something ourselves. The
Standard Giants have returned from
their Southwestern trip with several
scalps dangling to their belts, and it is
to be hoped the trip did not break
Following is what the East and
West are doing. A few days ago the
Philadelphia Giants met the Royal
Giants on the Brooklyn National
League grounds, the game being hotly
contested from start to finish, Phila
delphia winning by a score of 4-3. Bat
teries: Philadelphia McClellan and
Petway. Royal Buckner and John
son. The features of the game were the
heavy hitting of Petway and the su
perb fielding of Merritt These same
teams meet again July 4.
Mr. J. Blaine Boyd, manager of the
National Baptist team, with his new
and strong line up of many new faces,
is in receipt of a challenge from the
Methodist Publishing House team, to
Lc pulled off July 4th. This will be a
great drawing card if these teams can
he brought together. Each team has
a great many followers who, no doubt,
would go out to cheer them to victory.
Should the managers decide to meet,
it will be announced In these columns
The squeeze is nothing but stealing
home with a new name. To execute it
you must work by signals. The bat
ter and the runner must work togeth
er to make the play a success. First,
the runner must be off as far as the
baseman will allow, and as the pitcher
delivers, start for home. It is previ
ously understood by the batsman that
he must bunt at all hazards. The
chances are two to one the runner
will score if the bunt is hit and goes
fair, providing the hit is on the
ground or not caught on the fly. -With
fast men it is possible to make a
double squeeze, with runners on sec
ond and third. Let everybody move
with the pitcher s arm.-- - With-a good
hunter et the bat the play is possible.
Jack Johnson, the heavy weight, aft
er spending tne winter in Australia.
has returned East to find, all the
(white) fighters hid or trvinsr to hldp
While awav he had two bouts whlr-h
he handled with ease, put the goods in
nis pockets and came back to look for
Air. fequires, the now touted good man.
On being asked what he thoucht. of thp
fighters abroad, he said, "I saw all the
good lighters; yes. I saw Snuirea box
He is nothing but a bisr man and n
husky mixer, just a plain, old slugger.
mirns is also short, with no nnneh. T
don't think their bout will bring out
any world beater, for both avp in
need of what it takes to make a real
It is well, if you have a few fras-s
to place them on Lee and Austin, the
We would like to hear from thr
"Blues," the . "Reds." the "Jackets,"
the "Hornets," the "Charlev Allen's"
We publish all snort if sent, to this
office not later than Wednesday noon.
Rev. H. J. Johnson, nrosidimr plrlr
of the Nashville District C. M. E.
Church, was here this, week attending
to unfinished business of the last.
Little Miss I.ovella Jovneir. who rp-
rently spent h week at Itidgetop, has
Mr. David Cantrell has been indis
posed this week.
Mrs. Wallace Baker, of Louisville.
Ky., was here last week, visiting her
sister. Mrs. T. M. Jovner. who h;.a
been seriously ill.
Miss Edith Hitt. after snendin" RPV.
oral days here Uh friends and rela
tives, has returned to her home in
Memphis. She was accomnanied bv
The Afro-American Mefhanlrs'
Council gave a lawn festival Saturday
evening, June 15, at .the home of
Mrs. limma Matthews.
Miss Bessie Matthews has rehirnori
home from Nashville.
On Wednesday evening, June 19, a
awn festival was given at the hoi'no
of Mrs. Kate Utley in the interest of
the-tfi M E, Church;- ... ; ,
,. Miss Mary Finch spent last week in
Rldgetop. .- . v ..... . :- .;
Goodlettsville was largely represent-ed-at
the church ''rally- at- Itidgetop
ADDITIONS TO ROGER WILLIAfv
ReV, Wni; Hay nes, general managtP.
of the Roger Williams University
building fund is still pushing his wdrl'X
Ou the 9th inst. he visited Rutlarioy
Baptist Church, Rev. G. Hill, pasUrjS
The amount collected was $50. ThtiC
church donated $15 to the fund. y
On June 16, Mr; Hayncs vis"'
Roam Baptist Church; where he 'X
livered a fine discourse at the 3 o'ci';
service. Total amount collected,
The .church donated $7.25 to th
versity iuna. r
n 1 ' -1 ii. u
Tne Jiryani urove uapu.si uir
also donated $5.00 to the unive
fund. The small churches aie wining
to help; why not the large ones?
PHYLLIS WHEATLEY CLUB.
The Phyllis Wheatley Club will
meet at 3:30 p. nw Thursday, June 27,
at the residence of Mrs. G. L. Jacksort,
707 Lea averiue. This will be the dos
ing meeting for the summer and V
earnestly hoped that every men
be present. There is business of Id'
portance and the co-operation of all
This Club is the oldest club of ladled
in the cnty and has done and is stl.l
doing charitable work and the work of
helping and uplifting the young. It
is the object of the members of the
club to concentrate their forces
start a Phyllis Wheatley
Home, with the motto: "Lifting as we
climb." They are now banking their1
money in the One Cent Savings Bank
and are pleased to be connected with
a lank operated by our own people.
The membership is increasing and the
spirit of lifting grows. They wel
come to their number only good wom
en who are able and willing to lift as
they climb. Mrs. G. L. Jackson is
president of the club and Mrs. L. J
Harlan is the efficient secretary;
NEW GREENWOOD PARK.
STREET CARS WILL SOON .
RUNNIMR T(1 TUP PAMOII '
" " V
Electric Lights to Be Put in G'
Time Planned for July 4. ,
Greenwood Park t
be greatly imnreic
with the new appearance of thincs;i H
general, for the many changes It K
fected and those under way will m.V.'i-.
it appear as practically a new reset'
A beautiful driveway twenty feet wk";
has been built from the main entprj'
to -the spring house, where a beat'
loop is formed. A large reservoir
a capacity, of twenty, thousand all -has
just been completed; and "many
other improvements have been -made
which add to the comforts of the
By July the Fourth the car line will
be completed nearly to the park en
trance, and the electric lights will. b3
put in. if you want to rest or recre
ate go out to the New Greenwood
PROF. HYNES GOOD WORK.
Prof. W. G. Hynes and his company
under (he management of Prof. Major
Singleton, visited Providence, Earl
ington, Madisonville and Hopkins
ville, Ky., and exhibited to crowd
inst. the sum of $3G.8G.
A DELIGHTFUL TIME.
An enjoyable time was spent oO
evening of June 12th, M the resb;
of Mr. -and Mrs. I. E. Alsup at a
given in honor of Miss, Sadie Mir
sup. Games and music were th2
r,ure3 01 tne evening.
menu ot two courses was
those present were Misses Bl,
Whitlow, Vannoy Webster, "
Barnes, Willie M. Street. MattiR I
ley, Emma Randolph. Lavinla '
ley, Helena Webb Josie Ellis, Ge
ManacocK, .Myrtle Sanford. v
Davis, Florence Burns, Estella C:
hauie McMurry, Minnie Kirkpa
Lucile Dobson. Sndlp at . ,
Afessis. Levi Bradley, Ira' B
David Alexander. Earnest n.
George Hill, Earl Thomnson.
Kite, Jessie Leach, Benjamin E. -
eis, Thomas Jordan. Rnhpw- h -l
Isaac Alsun. Jr. ' (
Mrs. T. B. Brown and Mrs. .
Perkins, both of 303 Eleventh nv
North, are indisposed.
TO RESPONSiaLE PERSQ i
- '.VJTHCUr SECUBlW;
..n l...o.;t.,.1uia r-aiUiajr.. -
ed houses each night. He haF,wt,
been collecting nice sums fr I ' j
the rebuilding of Roger Williams Unii' J
veirsity. He reports un to the 171 f