Sale of high value merchandise at unheard-of low
prices pleases Nashville's purchasing public. Remem
ber, we will positively move no roods to our new Quar
ters, corner 5th Ave. and Church street. Be one of the pleased lucky purchasers. Such values may never be
presented to you again. NOW IS THE APPOINTED TIME.
MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$20.00 Men's Suits $8.50
$15.00 Men's Suits $5.50
$10.00 Men's Suits $5.00
$25.00 Prince Albert Suits $8.50
$20.00 .Men's Overcoats .$7.75
$18.00 Men's Overcoats $5.75
$12.50 Men's Overcoats $5.00
$ 8.50 Men's Overcoats $3.75
$3.00 Soft and Stiff Hats
$2.00 Soft and Stiff Hats
$2.00 Young Men's Hats
50c Boys' and Child's Caps
YOUNG MEN'S SUITS.
$10.00 Young Men's Suits $3.75
$6.00 Child's Suits $2.85
$4.00 Child's Suits $2.25
$3.00 Child's Suits $1.50
$5.00 Child's Overcoats $2.25
$3.50 Child's Overcoats $1.50
$5.00 ' Men's Pants $2.83
$4.00 Men's Pants $2.25
$3.00 Men's Pants $1.25
75c Knee Pants 39c
35c Knee Pants m 17c
$6.00 Men's Odd Coats $2.50
75c Heavy Fleece Underwear 35c
$1.25 Flannel Underwear 63c
$1.00 Health Underwear 63c
$1.25 Needle Underwear 93c
$1.50 Monarch- Shirts 50c
$2.00 Cluett Shirts 93c
50c made White Overalls 25c
35c Imported Fancy Sox 15?
15c Fancy and Solid-Color Sox 7c
$5.00 Patent Vici Shoes $2.98
$3.00 Men's Calf Shoes $1.48'
MEN'3 AND LADIES' SHOES.
$3.00 Ladies' Vici Shoes $1.43
$2.50 Lace or Button Shoes $1.23
$4.00 Calf or Vici Shoes $1.98
LADIES' CLOAKS AND FURS.
$20.00 Ladies' Cloaks $7.85
$18.00 Ladies' Cloaks $4.95
$12.00 Ladles' Cloaks $3.15
$6.00 Misses' Cloaks $1.95
$7.50 Fine Furs $2.45
$6.00 Fine Furs $1.45
SALE AT OLD STAND
THIRD AVENUE, NORTH.
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Prices to Suit the Masses.
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reparatory Pupils and Kindergarten
VERDI SCHOOL PARLOR,
T!!' Jflfl. 31, 1007.
SAVE $50 OR $100 OU PURCHASE.
These Pianos are Double Veneered, ctse made in 1'ancv fig
ured mahogany, fiine Circassian or burl walnut, or quarter
sawed oak of the finest quality.
We offer as our testimonals the people who have purchased
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ft? anu are now usiul; uui 1 iam, v. an uii ui wrnc xnem ior
their opinion: Dr. W. R. Baker, 150i Fourteenth ave., N..
Nashville, Tenn., Bishop Evans Tyrce, 15 N. Hill street,
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs.Lovell Landers, 1603 Harding street,
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. II. Boyd, 523 Second ave., N.,
Nashville, Tenn.; Mt. Olive Baptist Church Sunday School,
For Prices and Terms Apply at
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
MARSHAL NEIL CLUB.
The Marshal Neil Club had an in
teresting meetin with Mrs. Sophia
Cannon Monday afternoon. Some of
the ladies presented some very pret
ty needle-work. Attractive decora
tions of flowers and palms beautified
the reception room and tempting re
freshments followed the progiam. It
includes a review of social and in
dustrial experiment. The menu con
sisted of Waldo salad on lettuce,
pheese sandwiches, egg salad, caks
. . A mi t
aim ires. me invited guests were
Misses Queenie Arnold, Hettie Phil
lips, Eva Iloskins and Cora Sims.
A CARD OF THANKS.
I extend my thanks and anprecia
tion to the members of the West End
Club, chaperoned by Mr. Speed Hen
derson, Misses Bertha Greenwood
Minnie Childress, Ella Dartest, who
visited nie dining my illness. I hope
to be out soon.
' Very respectfully,
Piano Solo Mr. C. C. Boger
Recitation Mary Patterson
Piano Solo Miss Martha King
Recitation Robbie Mai Findley
Piano Solo Mrs. Bertha Lapsley
Recitation Sadie Burns
Piano Solo Sadie Mai Alsup
Recitation Alberta Thomas
Piano Solo Alice Cotton
Recitation Marie Bovd
Piano Solo Georgia Overton
Recitation Myrtle Brown
Mrs. Lillian Davis.
Miss Mattie Matthews,
Assistant Instructors In Verdi
School of Music.
Field Goals Ezidore (4), Stith (4),
Hawes, Campbell, and Boutte, Free
Tbrc-ffsWhite (6), Stith (2). Ref
eree, A. H. Brown.
Sophomores. Position. Outlaws.
Brumfleld Forward. L. Sykes
Key Forward Merry
Smith Center G. King
Green Guard Patterson
Dawson Guard Wado
Sophomores, 15; Outlaws, 12.
Field Goals Brumfleld (4), King
(3), Key (2), Sykea (1). Free Throws
Merry (3), Brumfleld (3). Svkes
(1). Referee, A. II. Brown; Un-pire.
Standing of the Teams;
Saturday, January 26:
Freshmen vs. Outlaws.
Sophomores vs. All-Stars. .
The All-Stars are to take the place
of the Juniors, who have withdrawn
from the series.
Team. T. W. L
Sophomores ..2 2 0
Outaws 2 i 1
Freshmen ....2 1 i
Juniors ...... ,t 0 2
Eureka Dancing Glass
PEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
sr REGULAR DASCIAG CLASS
every Monday and Friday nights from
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner will give
instructions free of charge to all wishing
to learn the new dances that are put on.
Good order will be observed. Parents
with children admitted free.
DOCK LI.R, Instructor.
BASKET BALL AT FISK.
The first scheduled games of the
basket ball season were played In the
gymnasium on Jan. 12. The line-ups
and scores were as follows:
Freshmen. Position. Sophomores.
Stith Forward Key
Ezidore Forward... Brumfleld
Hawes Center Smith
Martin Guard.... J. A. Green
Jackson Guard Dawson
Score Freshmen, 7; Sophomores,
Captain. Field Goals Brumfleld
(1), Key (1), Dawson (1), Smith (1),
Hawes (1). Free Throws Brumfleld
(8), Stith (5).
Referee, Giles; Umpire, A. II. Brown.
The game between the Outlaws and
The game betweenemfs ,..7. dem h
the Juniors was forfeited by the latter.
Score Outlaws, 2; Juniors, 0.
Saturday, Jan. 19, the Freshmen
were lined up against the Juniors, and
the Sophomores against the Outlaws,
Freshmen. Position. Juniors.
SUth Forward White
Hawes Forward .... Campbell
Ezidore Center Boutte
McKissack Guard Murphy
Jackson Guard A. King
Captain. Score Freshmen, 20;
"Joe Cans and his troupe are now In
New York City playing to large audi
ences. He Is doing a vaudeville turn
during the week. He visited a num
ber of the sporting resorts and was In
terviewed by a number of ring experts.
in speaking of the future, Gans de
clared that after he gets through with
Jimmy Britt he hopes to make another
match with Nelson. He stated that in
case. Nelson agreed to fight him again,
it would have to be under better con
ditions than those that governed the
"In other words, Gans evidently
means to insist upon weighing 133
pounds at least one hour before enter
ing the ring. He will also hold out for
a division of the purse, which will give
to the winner the bulk of the money.
" 'I can beat Nelson decisively In an
other battle,' said the champion; 'and
he knows it, too. I will agree to any
reasonable terms to get him into the
ring, for I want to prove to the sDort-
ing world that I really had the better
or the argument at Goldfield.'
"'But whether Nelson will ever
agree to meet me again is another
question. Herman was an easy mark
for me. He Is a strong, young fellow,
with a good punch, but he lacks both
experience and cleverness.
"'As far as Jack O'Brien is con
cerned, it would be folly to talk about
a match with him, as long as there is
A chance to fight Nelson for a $40,000
purse. Uut at that, under certain con
ditions. I might be able to give O'Brien
a pretty warm argument.
"'If he would agree to scale at 154
pounds about two hours before enter
ing the ring, I might have a chance
with him, for I could build up in my
training so as to weigh a trifle more
than 140. But I do not care much
about going out of my class, unless I
find that I have to in order to obtain
suitable opponents and good purses.
" 'As the public evidently realizes, I
have been fighting on the level ever
since I severed relations with former
associates. I have learned that hon
esty is the best policy, for the excel
lent reason that I've got a bank ac
count of my own now, where I had
nothing to speak of a year ago.
My theatrical tour will be cut
short in a few weeks, as I wish to go
10 levada to begin training for Britt,
who, I feel sure, will be some more
easy money for me.'
"Tommy Murphy Is a sensible lad,
notwithstanding his many successful
bouts with topnotchers his head has
not yet expanded. He says: 'I am now
ready to meet any man in the world at
the weight, barring Joe Gans. I do not
draw the color line, but I simply be
lieve that Gans Is the best man in the
world at 133 pounds, and he is my su
perlor, but I hope to work up to him.
When I feel that I have a chance to de
feat Mr. Gans I shall challenge him,
but at present he Is entirely out of my
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 paying Rent?
CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN.
C W. R0DES.
FOSTER & RODES
Stove Repair Works
We repair all kinds of Stoves, Ranges
aud Base Burners between meals. We
buy and sell Stoves and Furniture new
All Work Guaranteed to be Satisfactory.
TELEPHONE 8243 L.
COR OVERTON AND DIVISION STS.,
NASHVILLE, - . TENN.
WANTED-All Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
Incorporated L'nJer the laws of Tennessee.
OneCent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Doe a regular banking business. In
terest paid on til time deposits. Only
Institution of its kind in Tennessee.
BASEBALL IN THE ALABAMA ME
Now that the season is near at
hand. Manager Malone and Treasurer
Cliff Lee can be often seen together in
earnest conversation. Tne manager
knows the advantages of an early start
from last season's experience, and in
tends to profit by it. He is very busy
nowadays formulating new players and
getting his team together. Those who
have reported are Wilkerson, . Jones,
Davis. Morgan, Townsend, Dudley,
Durr, Clayborne, Thompson and Ber
"Pettiford, Parker, Duncan and
Halfacher are expected to report early
in the spring. After winning the
championship for three years, the
Creepers lost to every team last sea
son, but will regain their laurels in
the good old summer time.
"The star fielder of the league, II
Davis, reports in fine form, and says
he will bat around the 400 mark this
year, and we expect him to do it.
"Dill Townsend, the captain, has ta
ken better care of his arm this win
ter, and will be ready when the um
nire saya play ball to deliver the
goods." Birmingham Reporter.
R. H. Bovd, President,
J. W. Bostick, Vice President,
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
CN. Lanoston, Teller.
411 fOURTH AVENUE, NORTH.
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strictly r'IRST CLASS. We carry a full :
line of Everythintf in the
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
801 Ewing Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
Tel. Main, 3638 Y.
2 2 lb. cans of corn ...15c
2 2 lb. cans of early June peas 15c
2 3 lb cans of bartlet peas 20c
2 2 lb. cans of ra-pberries 15c
McCaskey Nut Meg with Grater 10c
"Can't l!c Beat 0:1 Hie Market."
Residence,. 101 Lafayette St. Tel. 789
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry S.
9 to 1 1 a. m. X 3 to 4 p. m.
6 to 8 p. m.
telephone 1181. Nashville. Tenn.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to rent,
See T. CLAY MOORE,
The Real Estate Agent,
119 Cedar street. Boyd Building
Phone 967. (Up Stairs.
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