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GARY k CARUTHERS,
410 CEDAR STREET,
TELEPHONE MAIN 2703.
Mocha and Java Yale Blend lb.
Golden Glory, lb. cans 25cts
Maxwell House Blend, lb.
Dutch Java, lb 25cts
We have a magnificen.t quality
50 lb. Stand Pure Country Lard
20 lb. Bucket Pure Lard 2.40
10 lb. Bucket Pure Lard 1.20
Mother's Oats, 3 packages 25cts
Toasted Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs..25cts
Egg-O-See, 3 packages 2i5cts
Hardy Food, 3 packages 25cts
3 lbs. Head Rice 25cts
4 lbs. Cracked Rice 25cts
Sugar Is advancing rapidly.
We sell 19 lbs. best Granulated
C Sugar, 20 lbs 1.00
Best Mackerel, apiece 15cts
Small Mackerel, 3 for 10cts
Salmon Pilot Brand 15cts
Salmon Alaska Brand 10cts
Salmon Oak Leaf or Fancy
Empress Brand, 3 cans 25cts
Extra fine Sugar Corn, 4 cans.25cts
Badger State Cream Corn,
4 cans 25cts
California Asparagus, 1 can..25cts
Heinz Pork and Beans, Tomato
Sauce, 3 cans 25cts
48 lbs. of Flora $1.40
21 lbs. of Flora 70cts
24 lbs. of Gloria 75cts
48 lbs. of Gold Medal $1.25
24 lbs. of Gold Medal 65cts
24 lbs. of AMsta 65cts
TOMATOES AND PEACHES.
31b. cans of Tomatoes 10cts
California Peaches, table use.15cts
California Select Peaches 20cts
3 lb. cans of Webster's Peeled
3 lb. cans of Pie Peaches 10cts
Sugar Glen Molasses V2 gal
Old Fashion Open Kettle, y2
J. H. Copeland, Prop.
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
We Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., S.
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Goods to Suit, Terms to Suit, Prices to Suit,
The People to Suit You.
Telephone Main, 1761.
E. G. Cullum.
210 Third Avenue, North.
L. H. Hughes.
Esq. Win Crump.
D. A. DOR
1ND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
CASH OR CREDIT.
Your Old Furniture Taken In Exchange.
TELEPHONE, MAIN 4S2.
B. E. Comer Broadway anil Jliird Avenue,
Nashville Portrait Co.
J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
The only up-to-date picture enlarging house in Nashville
where customers receive cordial treatment. First-class
pictures of all sizes. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
Telephone, Main 3714-Y. 118 Fourth Ave., North.
: THE VERDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC !!
IS INOU OPEN.
A Instructions and Lessons given in Piano, Organ,
Violin, Mandolin, Guitar, Voice and Harmony'.
: M). 449 UQhTH AVENUE, N., - (North Spruce St.)
yAISS JOSEPHINE PRICE,
$2.00 Per Month.
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I TERMS OF 19061907.
The state institute for colored teach
ers of the middle division of Tennessee
has been in session in this city several
days. Over one hundred teachers were
enrolled, comins from Cheatham. Da
vidson, Dickson. Hickman. Houston.
Montgomery counties of Tennessee,
and Lyons, Todd, Trigg and Christian
counties of Kentucky. Excellent work
is being done and much good will be
accomplished. Short and interesting
talks were made to the institute last
Monday by BishOD C. H. Phillins. Revs.
T. J. (Joodall and F. J. Coleman. Profs.
F. G. Smith and J. B. Batte, of Nash
ville, and T. B. McCutcheon, of thi3
place are Ihe instructors.
For several days a constant and
steady movement of citizens of this
place to more congenial realms has
been in progress. Not only have the
brides and grooms gone, but last Sat
urday witnessed an excursion to Louis
ville. which had quite a quota of
Clarksville folks, that had secured em
ploymerit in the Kentucky metropolis,
and Sunday a number left for Belle
ville, 111., to work in the several in
dustnes of that thriving place.
Mr. N. H. Harris, who has conduct
ed a first-class grocery in every respect
for a munber of months in this city
said that as coming events cast their
shadows he would not be wise unless
he took advantage of time and closed
out his business to his advantage and
seek a better field. On June 21 he ad
Vei'tised fl elosiflsr nnt Knld af mat onr
by the 23rd every available thing in
ihe line of groceries was converted
into cash. Mr. Harris is now pros
pecting in Hopkinsville. Kv.
Twentieth Century Lodsre K. of P
held their annual election of officers
last Monday night, with the following
results: Knights Chas. Hudson, Chan
cellor Commander: Geo. Kimbrouzh
Vice Chancellor Commander; Norvel
Steele, Prelate; N. R. Kimhrnneh.
Keeper Records and Seal; E. S. Ran
dal, Master of Finance: Jas. Reeves
Master at Arms; L. T. Williams, Mas
ter or Works.
. The Grand Lodge of Masons met in
annual session at Johnson Citv. Ten
nessee, last Monday, at which Dr. C. A.
Kelly, of this city, was elected Grand
Captain-General of the Tennessee
Knights Temnlar and Grand Scribe nf
Royal Arch Masons.
Miss Minnie Hutchins and Mr. Wm
Jenkins, who made an extended visit
to Birnungham, Tuskegee. Chattanoo
ea and Lookout Mountain, returned
home last Wednesday.
Dr. K. B. Jefferson and wife, of
Nashville, spent Sunday in . this citv
uie guest of Dr. Sylvester Jefferson
Mrs. Clara Fergwon left Sundav for
wawson springs, Ky.
Mrs. Kate Thomnkins was in TTon-
Kinsville. Ky., Sunday.
Mr. Kenneth Bluitt." of Bowline
Green, Ky., spent Wednesday in the
Mr. TT. W. Randals snent Wednesday
and Thursday in Nashville.
Mr. Chas. Cobb left Monday for Lou-
sville and Lagrange. Kv.. to claim
Miss Lillie Brown, of Columbia is
Ihe guest of Prof, and Mrs. P. L. Ir
Mr. Geo. Ogburn. of Evansville. Tnd '
snent several davs in the city with
relative and lrlends.
Dr. C. A. Kelly came in from Nash
ville, Sunday. -
Mr. Geo. Fields, of Elktown, came
n luesday morning.
Prof. F. A. Randals. of Nashville, is
m 1he city.
Rev. Wm. Pinkerton was in the city
Misses Alexander and Woodward, nf
Nashville, are the guests of Rev. and
Mrs. F. W. Gardner.
Mr. William King, of Nashville, was
n ihe city Monday.
The A. B. C. held their first annual
moonlight excursion last Monday and
IW. Major Singleton, of Henderson.
Ky.. is in the citv.
Prof. Wm. G. Hynea was in the city
MISS. YOUNG ENTERTAINS.
Miss Cornelia Youns entertained in
a pleasing manner, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. O. Boyd and Miss Hat-
tie Mai Andrews, of Chattanooga.
last Friday, June 21, at her residence,
Eisrhth avenue. North. For the oc
casion the house was brilliantly light
ed and beautifully decorated with cut
flowers. A congenial party nartici-
patetl in various games, which afford
ed much pleasure. Frappe was dis
pensed by Mrs. Katie Jones Steele.
A tempting supper of two courses,
including ices, was served, after
which the guests were treated to sev
eral musical selection by (Misses
Boyd. McKinnev and Stumn. Miss
Young was assisted in receivins bv
her mother, Mrs. iM. A. Young. In
vited to meet the honorees were Mes-
dames A. B. Carter. Austin Williams
of Memphis, Littleton Jones, Misses-
Mattie Watkins, Virginia Broughton.
Vanny Watkins, Ruth McKInney,
T on no Sfnmn ATolvol HTnTfntr C rs.- .
Lofton Fanny Boyd, Gertrude May-
berry. Messrs. Sawyers, Webster.
Arthur Greene. A. T. Landers. Fred
T. Ewing and Samuel L. Carter.
K. OF P. ARRANGE FOR TRIP.
A meeting of the deleaves to the
Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythias, was
held in the Grand Lodge headquarter
at the Pythian Temple,, last Friday
night. Most of the lodges were repre
sented and matters nertaininc to the
reneral good of the Order were freelv
discussed. Final arrangements were
announced for the trip. Soecial cary
have been secured for the accommoda
tion of the delegates and their friends.
A very low railroad rate has been se
cured, allowing lstoiover nrivilesres
it Chattanooga going and comins. and
as a consequence it is expected that
a large number of friends will take
advantage of the occasion to spend
their vacation in the eastern nart of
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byes, cars, mm
IF SO, CONSULT
Dr. C. V. Roman,
ROOMS 2 and 3 NASHVILLE,
NAPIER C-UBT. TENN.
Voorheos k Simms
MVAD SECOl'D llil)
Cleaning and Repairing Neatly Done.
UPHOLSTERING A SPECIALTY.
PHYSICIAN ON THE SPOT.
Sunday afternoon as Mrs. Mandv
ulack, of Louisville. Kv.. who was on
her way to visit her relatives, the
family of Mr. Eli Black, of Ament
street, she sustained very nainful in
juries as the result of a fall from a
Kayne avenue car. Dr. G. H. Martin.
who happened to be passing, took
charge of her and she i3 now resting
Phone, Main 1342. t)07 KMli Ave. S.
TO REBUILD ROGER WILLIAMS
Sunday, June 30. will be "Rosrer
Williams Day" at the First Batitist
Church, Eighth avenue.. North. Al
who believe in the power and efficien
cy of Christian education are invited
o be present and to assist with their
liberality. Rev. W. S. Ellington,
15. A., will preach at both services.
MEETING OF MEDICAL ASSOCIA
The annual meeting of the Tennes
see iueaicai, uental and Pharmaceu
Lical Association is in session this
week at Memphis. Most of the nrac.
:icing physicians and dentists of this
:ity will be in attendance upon this
meeting. Dr. R. F. Boyd, who will take
in active part in the proceedings, left
n company, with others Wednesday.
On Wednesday eveneninc. June 19.
it 8:: 30 o'clock Mr. Dan H. Williams
md Miss Nannie E. Brown were han-
pily united in marriage at the resi-
lence of the bride s parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Brown, 1119 Jackson
street. Rev. W. S. Ellington per
ormed the ceremony. The bride was
hecomingly gowned in white wash
chiffon, with trimmings of val lace
md swiss embroidery. Many useful
and valuable presents were received.
REV. SUTTON E. GRIGGS
TURNS TO CITY.
Rev. Sutton E. Griggs, the cele
brate; author and lecturer, has re
turned to the city after an absence
of several months. He has been lee-
luring through the Eastern States in
(be interest of his books, which bear
dirc.ctly upon the po-called "Neero
Problem." He has met with great
success from more points of view
than merely the selling of a book
and collecting the money for the
same in fact, his mission is more
far-reaching. Rev. Griggs is a true
friend to his race, and his lectures
are doing much to establish a true
understanding on, the part of the
North and the South on this all-vexing
problem. During his stay in the
hast he made many friends for the
race. He is not an anostle of mis-
pion gifts, but rather of equal oppor
tunity, no relieves that a man
ought to have an eoua.1 chance, and if
be fails then to bold up his end of the
ciian, let him drop.
Rev. Griggs will be in the city the
nest part of the. summer and has
Mrs. Mattie Woods, of 719 Church
Street, entertained last Thursday" at
i card party in honor of Miss Anna L
Hart, of Shelbyville, Tenn. The house
was decorated with cut flowers, which
made a very , beautiful scene. As
the guests arrived they were served
-hampagne. Card playing was the
feature of the evening, after which nn
elaborate three-course menu was
erved. Those present were Mes-
dames Lettie Atkinson, Lavinia Car
ncntcr. Baltimore. Md.. Fannio Bur-
rous, Carter and Misses Annie L. Hart,
Emma Elliot, Celena Banks and
Messrs. Ernest Hart. Ca.1 Gibson.
t enmo of th! rebuilt.
i.l a r no. to d
:i the boo!; line.
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds, of Fourth
avenue, South, entertained last
Thursday evening. The house wns
beautifully decorated with ferns and
lighted with candles, which were held
in silver candlesticks. Games of va
rious kinds were indulged in. Mrs.
Reynolds had a prize baked in a
cake, and the one who cut the sli
having a tag enclosed was given a
present, which was a handsome In op
fan. Mr. George Dean was the
winner. Those present were Messrs.
W. W. Williams, Thomas Abernathy.
Geargo Dean, Dr. Lynch, Misses So
phia Foster. L. B. Strincer RnniQ
Howell and Lena Merrell.
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S. R. SSV1ITH,
Gash meat market
"OTIIIXU HUT THE BEST"
Phone Main 3166-w 140 Fifth Avenue. S-
The TaLK of the tows
Come In, Look Around
A SALE OF GOOD
At the Price of Cheap Shoes
335 - PUBLIC SQARE - 335
Next Transfer Station, North.
Walter S, Thomas,
CHOICE FRESH AND CURED
Expert Sausage, maker.
All Meats selected from Home Killed Stock.
Residenca: 1911 FOURTH AVE., N.
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phona 3dD
Dr. J, B, Singleton.
'Mfessor of Operative Dentistry and teach
er of Orthodontia and Dental Me
tallurgy Meharry Medical
TSonXT? ACT5.D OMNO FORME
MASSES OF DENTAL
WORK NEATLY DONE
408 Cedar St. 1116 Jefferson St.