Charles Pantaze

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Charles D. Pantaze was the proprietor of his own restaurant in the Woodward Building, and later the Metropolitan Cafe saloon in the Metropolitan Hotel. He was also an inventor and confectioner.

Pantaze was sued by Eugene West for serving tainted food and ordered to pay a $500 fine. In 1912 Pantaze was granted a patent for a seed separator. By 1914 he was operating a candy store in Memphis, Tennessee.

References

  • The Book of Three States: Notable Men of Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee. (1914) Memphis, Tennessee: Commercial Appeal Publishing Company. p. 283