THTJ NASTIYILL7? CLO?.!?,
WE MOVE to our UNTENABLE new quarters, CORNER FIFTH AVENUE AND
CHURCH STREET. The unfinished condition of the storehouses will not permit
of our moving our present stock.
WE MUST SELL OUR
FRIGES GUT THAT DIG DEEP INTO COST-
$3.00 Men's Pants now
$6.00 Men's Pants now
$4.00 Men's Pants now
$3.00 Men's Pants now
$1.25 Knee Pants now
75c Knee Pants now
335c Knee Pants now
$5.00 Patent Vicl Shoes now
$4.00 Tatent Colt Shoes now $2.35
$3.00 Box and Vlci Shoes now $1.98
$2.70 and Box Shoes now $1.48
$5.00 ent Vici Shoes now $2.83
$3.00 Kid Shoes now $1.68
$2.00 felt and fur tops, now 89c
Men's Suits and
$30.00 Overcoats, now $14.85
Men's Suits and
$25.00 Overeats, now $11.85
Prices to Suit
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S&VES50 Oa $(00 0 A PURCHASE.
These Pianos are Double Veneered, ease made in fancy fie- 2
$ ured mahogany, tune Circassian or burl walnut, or quarter
ti cri vvcd oak of the finest quality.
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S nnrl nr now usiiitf our Pianos.
their opinion: Dr. Y. R. B lUer, 1504 Fourteenth ave., N.. 9
Nashville, Tenn., Bishop Evans Tyree, 15 N. Hill street, 5
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. Lovdl Landers, 1603 Harding street,
Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. R. II. Boyd, 523 Second ave., N.,
Nashville, Tenn.; Mt. Olive Baptist Church Sunday School,
For Prlce9 and Terms Apply at
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
g 523 Second Avenue, North,
V. C. T. U. CONVENTION.
Mrs. C. H. Phillips, Honorary Pres
ident of Tennessee Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, addressed the
L'avklBon County W. C. F. U. Conven
tion Wednesday the ICth at the Hrst
reyt( ri-n rhurrh. She was intro
duced' by the President of the Conven
tion who styled her as the pioneer
worker m W. C. T. U. work in this
State, having founded the work here
t ont-thrcr v'tus airo. and renrcsent-
,.,1 ihA Kiiito in the National vv. f
GOODS WE CANNOT MOVE THEM.
HELP US OUT-HELP YOURSELF.
. Men's Suits and
$23.00 Overcoats, now $9.85
Men's Suits and
$15.00 Overcoats, now $7.85
Men's Single Coats
$6.00 while they last, now $2.50
$2.50 Underwear, now $1.39
$1.25 Underwear, now 63c
75c Fleeced Underwear, now 33c
35c Fancy Hosiery,' now 15c
Fancy and Solid
15c Colored Hosiery, now 7c
$1.25 Shirts, all sizes, now 50c
$5.00 and Stiff Hats, now $3.23
$4.00 and Stiff Hats, now $1.83
"3.00 and Stiff Hats, now $1.63
$8-00 and Overcoats,' now $4.85
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Call on or write them for 2
U. Convention here in 1887. She w&'
iipimmtcd by the convention to work
up interest In this city for the com
ing of (he National Woman's Christian
Temperance Union to be held here
November 8th, 1907.
FISK LITERARY CLUB.
The Fisk Literary Club will hold its
monthly meeting Saturday, Feb Tiary
fith, 1907. at 3:00 o'clock, at the res
idence of Mrs. S. W. Crosthwalt, Phil
lips Street All normal, college and
COME AT ONCE.
$6.00 and Overcoats, now $3.35
$4.00 and Overcoats, now $2.35
$3.00 and Overcoats, now $1.65
Ladies' Cloaks, while
$18.00 they last, now $7.85
$15.00 while they last now $4.95
Ladies' Cloaks 4
$10.00 while they last, now $3.15
$5.00 while they last, now $1.85
$15.00 while they last, now $455
$8.00 extra large pieces, now $2.45
$5.00 Neck Pieces only, now $1.45
$2.50 and Stiff Hats, now $1.23
$2.00 Soft Hats, now 89c
50c Fancy Caps, now 22c
32 i Third
Miss Hester 0. Brown,
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO.
Miss Hester O. Brown.
Bit. Olive Missionary Inptist Church
MONDAY HIGIIT, Feb. 4,
musical graduates and under gradu
ates are invited and urged to be pres
ent as very important business will bo
transacted. The Literary Department,
of which Miss Mollie Berry is chair-
mnn, will present an- Interesting pro
Mrs. R. L. Outlaw entertained the
T. U. Club at her residence on the
22nd. Games were played until 11 p
m., after which they were served in
two courses. Those present were Miss
cs B. H. Moody, V. L. Moody, Alice
Eld ridge and M. L. Allen, Messrs. T,
B. Green, .las. Oliphant, Joseph Allen,
T. J. Moody, II. L. Moody and W. C.
We are very sorry indeed to
learn that the Doctor states that Mr.
Ed. Marable cannot get well. Yet
we hope he will stay with us quite
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MRS. STIGGER IMPROVING.
Mrs. Wehbie Stigger will be able to
leave Mercy Hospital about the end
of the Incoming week. It will be re
membered that Mrs. Stigger under
went a very difficult operation, which
was performed by Drs. J. T. Wilson
and . A. M. Townsend. The work
was of the major class, being not only
extremely difficult but of the emergen
cy nature. It was the first operation
ever performed in Mercy Hospital at
night and both physicians demonstra
ted excellent skill in the case. The op
eration was witnessed by the senior
medical class of Meharry. Mr. Stig
ger is well pleased with the speedy
recovery of his wife.
The beautiful residence of Mrs. Hor
ace M. liurns on Tentn avencc was
recently well filled with friends who
had accepted an. Invitation to luncheon
In honor of Mrs. Cannon C. WInstead.
The parlors were beautifully decorated
with ferns and evergreens, while
growing plants and cut flowers made
the dinning room a thing of beauty.
The hostess was assisted In receiving
by Mrs. WInstead and Mrs. Hattie
Pullen. Mrs. F. A. Turner presided
over the frappe bowl. The following
five-course menu was served:
Shrimp Salad on Lettuce.
Green Peas. Pickles.
Pink and White Devil Food.
Cake. Java Coffee.
AN OLD LANDMARK REMOVED.
Residents of North Nashville In the
vicinity of Jefferson street will miss
an old familiar landmark in the de
struction of the little Bethlehem Bap
tist Church, which has stood for near
ly a quarter of a century at the cor
ner of Warren and Haslam streets.
This church was torn down last week
to make way for a new church.
PHIL H. BROWN ILL.
Mr. Phil H. Brown, editor and pub
Usher of the Hopkinsville Morning
News, the only daily newspaper in
the United States issued by colored
people, was seriously ill the first of
the week. Mr. J. W. DoWees, one of
our well-known citizens, was at the
bedside of Mr. Brown iast week and
pronounces the case as serious. He
thinks that with care Mr. Brown will
be able to resume hb duties In a week
A quiet, but pretty wedding was
that of Miss Effle Hall and Mr. Leslie
Gooch 011 January 30, 1907. The cere
mony was Impressively performed by
the Rev. Mr. Ferrill. The bride was
becomingly gowned In a cream net
over silk. In her hair she wore bride's
roses. Ices, cake and fruit were
served. The guests were Mr. and
Mrs. James Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Jame3
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Shelby,
Mrs. A. Cunningham, Mrs. L. Walker
and Messrs. Taylor and Dobson.
EIGHT O'CLOCK TEA.
An enjoyable eight o'clock tea was
given last Friday evening by , the
Misses Berry at the home of their
mother, Mrs. L. P. Corrington, on Jef
ferson street.' The house was beauti
fully lighted, and from the handsome
ly decorated table a most dainty menu
was served. Those present were
Misses Mollie, Elnora and Esther
Berry, "Messrs. D. W. Crutcher, Roy
Tibbs, Wm. Roger, Geo. White, Wm.
Davis and A. T. Landers.
James Floyd. Eve's Infirmary. 23
Jesse Overton, 8 miles Winston pike,
Infant of Teaner Gardner, 1008 Six
teenth avenue, North.
Palmer Sanders, City Hospital, 48
Green Payne. 914 Pearl street, C'J
Eil la Williams, 524 Crawford street,
John Scott 1724 Salem street, 40
Lena Coleman, City Hospital. 17
Hattie Hall, 300 Fourtn avenue,
South, 33 years.
Henry Brady, Jackson and Blank
streets, 90 years.
Richard Puryear, 1525 Fourteenth
avenue, North, 5 years.
Chas. A. Larkin, Vinson street, Mt.
Nebo, 55 years.
Thomas Miller, Bucks alley, 47 yrs
Benjamin Jones Williams, 415 Ew
ing avenue, 88 years.
Robert Barthell Bradley, Third and
R. R. crossing, near Nashville,
Fannie Steel, 424 Broad street, rear
Mollie Lattimore, 1020 Fourth ave
nue, North, 30 years.
Lewis Jones, 205 Fourth avenue, S
Brown High tower, 44 Lewis street,
Sarah Harris, County Asylum, 50
every Monday and "!
8:30 to 9:30. Mr. Dock
instructions free of chargt
to learn the new dances ths
Good order will -be observed.
with children admitted free.
DOCK LUER, Instructor.
Need anything - - Call on j J
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL - ItVSIlfESS - CONFIDENTIAL
Is your life insured? Is your house
and Furniture Insured? Aren t
You tired paying Rent?
CEDAR ST., Boyd Bldg. NASHVILLE, TENN.
i lilt iv living
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 3243 L.
COR OVERTON AND DIVISION STS.,
NASHVILLE, - - TENNV
WANTED All Churches and Sunday
schools to use our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc.v to raise means to pay off
all indebtedness. For sale, by National '
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
Incorporated Under the laws oflenncssM. .
One-Cent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00.
Does a regular banting business. In
terest paid on all time deposits. Only
institution of its kind in Tennessee.
R. H. Boyd, President,
J. W. Bostick, Vice President,
J.C. Napiek, Cashier,
CN. Langston, Teller.
411 fOLRTH AVENUE. NORTH.
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All foods
strictly HRST CLASS, we carry a full
line of Everything in the
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
801 Ewing Ave.. Corner of logg St.
Tel. Main, 3638 Y.
2 2 lb cans of corn loc
2 2 lb. cans of early Tune peas. .... .15c
2 3 lb cans of bartlet peas 20c
2 2 lb. cans of raspberries 15c
McCaskey Nut Meg with Grater 10c
'Can't lio Beat 011 the Market.'
1-4 .'07 tf.
Residence, ior Lafayette St. Tel. 789
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry St.
9 to I i a. m. X 3 to 4 p. m.
6 to 8 p. m.
If you want to buy,
If you want to sell,
If you want to reat,
See T. CLAY MOORE,
The Real Estate Agent,
419 Cedar street Boyd Building
rhone 967. (Up Stairs.
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