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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907.
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 magnificent 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 25cts
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 lOcts
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
24 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 Alllsta 65cts
TOMATOES AND PEACHES.
31b. cans of Tomatoes 10cts
California Peaches, table use.l5cts
California Select Peaches. .. .20cts
3 lb. cans of Webster's Peeled
3 lb. cans of Pie Peaches 10cts
Sugar Glen Molasses V2 gal
lon , 35cts
Old Fashion Open Kettle, V2
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; ; J. I!. Copland, Prop.
The Palace Shaving Parlor.
Hot and Cold Baths,
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY.
We 'Respectfully Ask Your Patronage.
114 Fourth Ave., S.
Goods . to
Suit, Terms to Suit, Prices to
The Peoole to Suit You.
Nashville Furniture Oo.
Telephone Main, 1701.
- Walter Hracy.
E. G. Culluin. -
216 Third Avenue, North.
L. B. Hughes.
Esq. Win. Crump.
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 great natal day of this country,
the 4th of July, was fittingly observed
at Greenwood Park. All day throngs
ot people poured into that beautiful
resort, until it was filled with teemin
thousands. It was a model holiday
gathering, for there were no disagree
able episodes to mar the occasion.
Everybody seemed bent on getting all
that was coming in the way of pleas
ure and enjoyment. All kinds of at
tractions were on hand attractions to
suit every mood and" temperament of
a holiday crowd ludicrous minstrels,
fantastically dressed, gave free exhibi
tions in the vestibule of Amusement
Hall before each performance, as an
advertisement of the show hold,ing
forth within; the skating rink was in
full blast with its merry skaters, both
the experts and the "clumbsies" (nov
ices) furnished an attraction for hun
dreds who enjoyed looking on at the
sport; the merry-go-round had hun
dreds and hundreds of pastors and
spectators; a canvas with the head of
a man sticking through a hole in the
center and wearing a mask furnished
sport for many who watched strong
armed men and boys throw balls at it
so many balls for five cents, with a
prize for the one hitting the head so
many times out of a given number of
throws; on the plateau beyond the
springs the white tents of colored sol
diers of Co. O, National State Guards,
where they were bivouacked for their
annual ten days' encampment, . and
many hundreds of people visited them.
The great event scheduled for the
day was the sham battle. This took
place between 5 and C o'clock in tho
afternoon. It was anything but a spec
tacular success, owing to the fact that
the soldiers could not reconnoitre nor
aftect their maneuvres, nor could they
charge, deploy, nor countercharge on
the account of the thousands of people
doing the same thing the soldiers at
tempted to do. Instead of the people
leaving the field open for the soldiers
they crowded right upon them so as
to utterly destroy the grandeur and
effect which all would have enjoyed
had every one stood back and let the
soldiers imitate dread war's fierce and
The management of Greenwood
Park has made it a beautiful resort.
A splendid driveway crosses the park
and there are many walks for prom
enading made of fine gravel and rolled
There were a "Jacob's ladder" con
cern run by two whites and a corn
popping machine by another in the
nark, this was commented on by many
who emphatically objected to the pres
ence of these men under any clrcum
stances. The writer called on the
head of the management.. Elder Pres
ton Taylor, and asked was it the in
teniion ot tne management to coun
tenance the presence of white men by
selling them concessions?
Elder Taylor after explaining how
the men had got on the ground
through colored men and without his
knowledge that white men were con
cerned, said, "Please say for me that
Greenwood Park Is owned by colored
nconle, run by colored neople for col
ored peonle." There will be no repeti
tion of white men being on the ground
Tt should be said that there was no
sfrious difficulty during the day, and
that is commendable for a crowd
which numbered anywhere from seven
to nine thousand people.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALE STABLE
Fin Rigs of Every Description.
PHONE, main -4 ISO.
440 THIRD AVENUE, NORTH,
MT. OLIVE EXCURSION.
The annual excursion of Mt. Olivo
Baptist Church and Sunday School,
which came eff Inst week was by far
the finest outing of the season.
Crowds began to gather in the early
morning, so great 'was the desire of
the people to get away from the swel
tering heat and almost blinding dust
of the city. At the appointed hour
nearly one thousand wore ready to
embark, but only about one-half could
be accommodated at one time, and
the Henry Harley was obliged to re
turn to the city for those who were
left behind. By actual count 9S0 ex
cursionists were carried to Priestly
the two tri '"-de by the
tl;ins and Johnson gave a
fi exhibition Tuesday and
tried to make his neighbor happy,
and the result was a pleasant day.
Notwithstanding the large number
that went up t lie river not an unkind
word was heard during tho day. The
pleasure-seekers reached the city just
before sunset well satisfied with their
MISS BROWN LEAVES FOR IL
LINOIS. Miss Sophronia Brown, of East
Nashville, left Tuesday morning for
Joliet, 111., where she will spend a few
weeks visiting relatives and friends.
Before leaving she was very highly en
tertained by the members of the First
Baptist Church choir, East Nashv'JV.
of which she. was a prominent ; ,
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Ifaigler, Dr. Hairier o....
valuable presents vro received.
J. O. Battle, editor of the Nashville
Globe: Fred J. Ewing. the "Little Gl
int," and D. Wesley Crutcher, the pop
ular tailor, left the city Saturday
morninr for Chi.ttanooga. en route to
Knoxville to attend the annual meet
ings of the Grand Lodge K. of P.
They reached the first stage of their
lournev in the early afternoon of the
1th inst. and were the guests of Mr.
itid Mrs. J. Milton Easterling until
Monday afternoon, when thev resumed
their trip to Knoxville. Judging by
the number of picture cards received
by scores of people in the city, the
von nr. men have seen all there is to
see in ennuanooga. Lookout Moun
tain and places of interest in that vi
cinitv. As people were wont to re
mark fn the old days, "There's no tell
ing when they'll be back."
One of the most beautiful pictures in the home, a
church or a Sunday school, is an organ one that
is built to suit the home, the congregation and
the financial condition of the people. This is what
a National Baptist oran will do. . .
The parlor organs are in three
. Style No. 2 is 5 octaves, action
B, oak case only.
Style No. 3 is 5 and 6 octaves,
oak case only.
Style No. 5 is 5 and 6 octaves,
case is oak or walnut.
Style No. 75 is our new de
sign. It is quarter sawed, golden
oak polish and is put up in a six
SOLD FOR CASH OR ON
APPLY FOR FURTHER INFORMATION TO THE
BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
R. H. BOYD. Secretary,.
A NEW MEMBER OF THE ECONOM
Dr. J. B. Sin-leton a few days ago
bought the stock owned bv Mr. TL T.
Green in the Economical Steam
Laundrv and transferred this stock
to Dr. J. TT. Hale, so the Comnany
stnndu as follows: Dr. J. B. Single
ton. President and dcneral Manager;
T. W. Bostick. Vice President; G. W.
"Washington. Secretary; Dr. J. II.
The Company has lust ordered some
new machinery, and in a few clnvs the
anacitv of this laundrv will bo In
creased and marked improvements will
be made in the work. Give the Eco
nomical vour support, the only Negro
Steam Laundry in the city.
DEATH OF. REV. A. P. PEARSON.
Tn the death of Rev. A. P. Pearson.
"litH, nreurrod or, Wednesday, July
1 1 rrrvillpi .i -t'on nnil n notn.
bit- trial. RcV. M; Pearson, athough
I. E. ALSUP.
W. H. McGAVOCK.
Residence Phone 1458.
ALSUP & McGAVOCK
from the Chwpest to tho Most Costly
Plush Couch Ciiket.
413 4th Ave., N., Nashville.
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in declining health, was tried and sen
fenced for eleven months and some
days in the County Workhouse. At
the time of the sentence he collapsed
in the court house and had to be taken
to a friend's home before he was able
to begin his sentence. - Rev. Mr.
Pearson was 5G years of age at the
time of his death, a native of Geor
gia, and had been identified with many
things in and about the stato of Ten
nessee. The readers of the Globe will
possibly remember that the deceased
was sentenced on the charge of obtain
ing money under fals- r,rftptiRn Th
ceased. Rev. D. P. Pearson, of Mur
freesboro, came down to take charge
of the remains. The ministers of the
city generally gave their sympathy
and assistance in helping to care for
the remains. The cause of the death t
was pronounced as tuberculosis.
Miss Miranda P. Winter, of 76
Maury street, Nashville, Is visiting
M as A mera Williams at Franklin!
Miss Winter will lonVO hm. i,
Ca 1 a k
funeral services wrm hoiri n ,! ,.tr.i V ' uuuul AU
- - io vii-jr insH uaurj, "McDowell
and the remains interred at Mt. Ara, Tred D. Willie eI 1 . ...
rat Cemetery. The brother of tLo do- Wednesday.
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