THE NASHVILLE CL0BL2, FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1907.
TO ADVERTISE OUR NEW LOCATION CORNER
FIFTH AVEMUE AND CHURCH STREET
We are now located in storehouses 203 and 205 Fifth Avenue, North, awaiting- the
omoletion of corner store when all the stores will be thrown into one. Mala vnnr stW-
tion nnv while you get fully Two Dollars in merchandise for every dollar expended. We t
will not store av;iv anv b all or Winter Woods.
Hart, Schaffncr 4 Marx Tine Clothes
at the Cost of Materia1.
",?.M te: $16.50
II. S. & M $25 1 O C A
H.S.&M.f20 1A r-ft
All otlier makes in like
proportion Some suits and
Overcoats as low as f 5.S5. s
Buy a Pair of Extra Pants to Fifl Out
ilM MV'.,,tS. $4.00
f6.oo Men's Q r A
.f4oo Men's O or
Men's O A A
$3 00 Men's I 7C
Pants. ... 1.1 0
2.50 Men's "I A J
Pants .... I, itO
on Kaith-Wc are Sole
Shoes for Men, Women and ChiU
dren-lower Than Ever.
$6 00 Men's Shoes
Patent Vici. . .
$3.00 Men's Shoes
V ici Bluchers .
$3.50 Ladies' Shoes
$1.75 Misses' Shoes
Lace or Button . .
$2 50 Boys' Shoes
$2 50 Ladies' Shoes
Vici Bluchers. . .
$1.25 Children's Shoes
Lace or Button
We will not store away
any Fall or Winter Goods.
Mothers Cannot Afford to Miss Our
Specials in our Children's Clothing.
$5.00 Boys' Suits J0 7
and Overcoats. D
$4.00 Boys' Suits O AA
and Overcoats. . UU
$300 Boys' Suits 1
and Overcoats.. 1UD
$1.25 Bloomer 7Q
Knee Pants O
$1.00 Knee Pants
75c Knee Pants fJCj
35c Knee Pants
We will not store away
any Fall or W inter Goods.
75c Men's Heavy
MEN'S FURNISHINGS AT PRICES YOU CANNOT RESIST.
i 25 Cooper Ribbed A 35c Men's Suspend- Q 15c Fancy Handlur-
UC ers, newest styles. UOK,
Underwear, all colors
ers, newest styles.
Ji.so Men's Fine AT $ i . 2s Spring Pattern AO 35c Men's Fancy Im- 1 C Best assortment of Work
w r..O I K, lints, coat or plain VUt ported uose lift
chiefs, newest borders.. I C
Shirts and Gloves in the city
Mrs. Nat Perry Is suffering from a Need anything 1
ish:g on her jaw.
Mr. i:nd Mrs. V. Daker are Jubilant
over their new twelve-pound baby girl.
MIS3 Ida Love, who has been in Lou-
sville, has returned home.
Mls If" W Smith le cuonlirxr ci four
days in the city with her sister who Pension vouchers and other impor-
s sick. tant oaters fix.d with Dromot-
Messrs. urennon and Ward have re- ness and disoatch.
turned to their work in the South, tnlc-
Prices to Suit the Masses.
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SAVE S50 OR $(00 0 A PUROHASE.
UNION TRANSPORTATION COM
PANY TO MEET.
An Important call has just been is
sued by Rev. Preston Taylor, Presi
dent of the Union Transportation
Company, and Henry A. Boyd, Secre
tary. This notice and call is being
sent out to all who have subscribed
for stock, whether they have paid in
uii or a part of the stock subscribed.
'The names of many of the subscrib
ers," said Secretary Boyd, "and their
addresses at the time of the subscrip
tion is also on the book, but," con
tinued the Secretary, "thereJs. no
change of address left in the post of
nee of our people when they move
from one place to another. Thus it
becomes impossible to have a written
notice reach them through the local
post offices." This important meet
ing, which will be in the nature of a
big mass meeting, is called to meet in
the chapel of the National Baptist
Publishing Board, which is the third
floor of the big three-story building
located at the corner of Market and
Locust streets, March 22. All are re
quested to be present promptly at 8
0 clock. The call will be mentioned
elsewhere in this paper. Preston Tay
lor was seen by a Globe reporter and
was asked what the nature of this
neeting would be. He remarked,
'Spring is coming and this summer
the people must have some place to
go. Our cars are here and ought to
be used. We want to see what the
people think about it."
These Pianos aie Double Veneered, cae made in fancv fig
ured mahoranv, titne Circassian or burl walnut, or quarter-
sawed oak of the finest quality.
S We offer as our testimonnls the people who have purchased
j and are now usinjj our Pianos. Call on or write them for
if their opinion: Dr. Y. R. B iker, 1 50 1 Fourteenth ave., N.. '
i Nashville, Tenn., Bishop Kvnis Tyree, 15 .N. Hill street, j
2 Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. Lovell Landers, lo();i Harding street,
Nashville, 1 enn.; Airs. K. 11. isoyd, olid Second ave., JSL,
N-nhville, Tenn.;"Mi. Olive Baptist Church Sunday School,
For Prices and Terms Apply at
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
523 Second Avenue, North,
SPECIAL CALL MEETING.
All subscribers of stock in the Union
Transportation Company, whether
paid up in whole or in part, as well as
those who have not paid anything
re urgently requested to meet in the
National Baptist Publishing Board
Chapel, which is the third floor of the
three-story building located on the
coiner of Market and Locust streets
at 8 o'clock, Friday night, -March 22
Business of importance will come up
PRESTON TAYLOR, Pres.
HENRY A. BOYD, Sec'y.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, of 21 La
fayette street, gave to their daughter,
Miss Beatrice Gaulhouse, a beautiful
birthday party. Red roses and red
shaded lights added color and beauty
to the pretty luncheon table, and
there were numerous flowers in the
eception room. Miss Beatrice re-
Eureka Dancing Glass
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC IN
mmi DAKUG (LASS
''ni1,11 Th h,Pl;f eP; "1 wry Monday and Friday nights from
r.renn'e luce, with a hunch nf rprl nn.-l ' ... ,
r,J : V. T, :3o to q:to. Mr. ijock uuer win uive
wiiiwj cuiuauuus. one was me recipi- ie., ;. f ntrha,a tn all
..: 1 j. : n , , 1 " "l I
ami uuuuug weie ne, pnncipiu G()0(1 order wil, l,e observed. Parents
ieaiures 01 uie evening. At a late nour with dnMren admitted free.
f ri eanments were Rprvfid
1)011 li.uk, instructor.
Theie weie two burials here Fri
day Mr. James Ross, who was found
dead in his stable, and an infant of
Mi. and Mrs. J. R. Etter,
- Call on Jl j
ing with them Messrs. T. Butler,
Young and J. W. Tucker.
Is your life insured? Is ycur hcuie
and rurniture lnsuredr Aren t
You tired paying Rent?
riu.i.riioxl: is so.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY ART
The Twentieth Century Art Club
met with Mrs. I. E. Alsup, Ewing ave- cedar sT., Eoyd Bdg. Nashvil e.Tenn
nue, Thursday af;ernoon. Miss Sadie -i r
Mai Alsup presided at the piano and W aNTKD-V'I Ohu.ches and SUu-lav
rendered many beautiful selections, ,cho(is t(J use ,.ur mev Gleaners.
after which refreshments were served, ii.mns. tto.. to raise lnt-ans to my oil
ine ioiiowing nines-were present: all 11 uk-hud a-s. F01 sal-. lv National
M. M. Nesbitt, piesident; P. H. Black, Haptist, l uhl liin- Hoard, 52 Secoiid.
Vice President; Geo. Binkley, Secre
tary; C. M. Voorhies, Assistant Sec-
etary; Alfred Womack, Treasurer;
L. A. Alexander, Chaplain; I. E. Al
sup, A. 'M. Drake, N. A. Rucker, Flor
ence Rivers, Pearl Jackson, Mac Bur-
ten, G. W. Jenkins; Mrs. Robertson.
A delightful cindy pulling was giv
avitme, North. Nashvill , Ten 11.
Incortioratcd Under the laws of lenneswe.
One-Gent Savings Bank.
CAPITAL STOCK, $25,000.00.
Does a regular banking busihess. In
en by little Eupenia Hall and Harriet terest paid on all time deposits. Only
Ewing on March 11, at the residence institution of its-kind in Tennessee.
of Mr. and Mre. William Hall. Those
ft. H. Boyd, President,
. W. BopticK, Vice President,
J.C Napier, Cashier.
C.N. L4NGST0N, Teller.
411 fOURTH AVENUE, NORTH.
Nashville, Tenn. 5
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MEDICINE, PHARMACY AND DEN
TISTRY. The Nashville Academy of Medicine,
Pharmacy i'.nd Dentistry met Monday
evening, March 4th, at the office of Dr..
V. R. Baker. Dr. S. S. Caruthers,
Vice President, presided in the nb-sj-nre
rf the Prc:-iilcnt, Dr. Bandy.
The jrinutes rf the last neeting were
lead and approved. A well prepared
paper on the "Relation of Theory to
Practice" was read by Dr. Baker. A
heated discussion followed the pre
M'ntntion of this paper. The meeting
w;;s largely attended by the physi
cians and dentists of the city. Cream
was served. Tho ne::t meeting will
be held -it ''he nfFce of Dr. S. S. Ca
f e-s, IP) 1-'? Cedar street, rooms
' nl vt which Dr. Caruthers will
M -'d -i rai:er cn "Eczema." It is ex
1 ! d that nil members of the acad
emy will be present.
NORTH NASHVILLE SOCIAL CLUB
A charming afternoon event was a
tea party of the North Nashville So
cial Club given in honor of Mrs. Geo.
.Anderson at the residence of Mrs. A.
W. Perkins, Wednesday, February 27,
from 3 to 5 o'clock. Frappe was dis
pensed in the hall ly Mrs. Geo. An
derson. An elaborate menu was served
at the table, which was beautifully
decorated with iiowers presented to
the club by Mrs. Win. Young, by Miss
es Minnie Daily and Ada Dickerson.
Those present were Mesdames E. B.
McLemore, of New York;M. E. Ruck
er, Geo. Ellis. G. B. Williams, Joe Gal
loway. Geo. Anderson, tMary Ander
son, Mary Woods, Ethei Perkins. II.
1 . Woldridge. Vm. Young, " Author
Haddox. Ada Moore, Mussic Vassar,
Eimra Kinzer, L. K. Thomas, Fannie
Reams. Eliza Watkins, Robt. Fall.
Kobt. Woods, Misses Fiances Moore,
Minn'e Daily, S. E. Bailey, Ada Dick
(v:,on. Minnie Diokerson anil Birdie
King. Mrs. A. W. Perkins will enter
tain the rlub Thursday, March 18,
from 8 to 1) o'clock. All members are
present were Nellie Buchanan, Eu
genia Hall, Harriet Ewing, Julia Bat
tle, Oliva Ewin?. Mattie Buchanan,
Bessie Hardinc. Julia Cranberry, Ed
die Hall, Doctor Hall, Tomie Hall, Bu
ford Harding, Willie Harding, Alex.
Lusk, Thomas Lusk and Auston Ben
Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan are on the
sick list this week.
Miss Minnie. Upshaw, who has been
sick, is much better.
Mr. Memes Jenkins has returned
from a visit to Chicago.
Mrs. Joe Terry has returned from a
visit to her sister on Rundle avenue.
Rev. G. Smith, of Ebenezer Chapel,
s pre raring to have a grand time with
:is Sinlay school on Fns-ter Sunday.
M, Joe Patton, of 1311 Pearl street,
has cone to St. Iouis, where he will
a' e his futuie home.
The ' enten services at St. An-
'rrw's Presbyterian Church are being
.veil at ended. The pastor is giving
ii-truction to the church officers as to
"eii ofre "nl its requirements. The
heir md Sunday school of the church
e pvciur'ng Fome beautiful musical
dectiens for the 'Easter services.
DEATH CF MRS. KITTY LOFTON.
The ie mains of Mrs. Kitty Lofton,
of 710 Cedar street, were laid to rest
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lofton was
ore of Nashville's old and respected
citizens. She died last Saturday
moin'ng after a short illness. While
she had been sick for the past month
.-he was not confined to her bed but
wo weeks. Lagdppe was the cause
of her death. She was the mother of
Mis. C. M. Ferguson, who came here
from Texas only a few months ago to
iaic ut iici iciuciuc, unci uauuj l 4 I I
lest her husband in the Lone Star 9 10 I I 3. fH.
State. The funeral of Mrs. Lofton
was conducted at the Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church, of which she was a mem-
l VI , IJl. J. 11. VJU-in. uiuiiiums. kJilc I .... ... .
Imvm snn who resi.lps in Cnloratln I elCDnone llol. NaSnVlilO. iCn.
ind who 'could not reach here in time
vVe do a 5POT CASH Business. All (foods
strictly FIRST CLAS. e carry a full
line of Lverythintf in the
VVE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
80 1 Ewing Ave., Corner of Fogg St.
1 el. Main. 3638 Y.
2 lb ean if i ui 11 . .
z tli ( ans'nf . a; I v June pras
Hi ,ui f I :ti IU I pras. .
j !b. e.Hi i'f r-t pi irr: s
rlcCaskey N.t Meg with Grater
Taift He Ileal o:t t!:c Mitikel.'
1- '1)7 it. "N,
. . I hi'
Residence, ioi Lafaye:te St. Tel. 79
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Office, 403 S. Cherry St.
Of RCE HOURS:
X 3 to 4 p. m
6 to 8 p. m.
to review the remains. She also
leaves two daughters, one at Houston,
Texas, who could not be present, and
Mrs. Ferguson, who was attentive
throughout her illness. Her exact age
's not known, but it is thought that
he was born about 1842. Most of
1 his time she has lived in Nashville.
The funeral ceremony was very im-
niessive. - '
If vt,n want to buy,
If you want to sell
If yon want to rent,
See T. CLAY MOOR,
The Real Estate Agent,
1 in Cedar street. Royd Ruildlnc
Phono , V Stnlry
her of special theatrical parties were
ov;t, conspicuous among them was jun
!"r Frnk Smith's party of eleven.
irm was taxed to its utmost last Fri- Hamilton's party of twenty and junior-,-
11 y uium, wiitu uumuuu jit:u- K -n jja is pany or nve.
The capacity of Meharry Auditor-
le rrowded into it with scarcely
bieath'ng room, and over two hun-
d:ed were turned away,, to witness
the star performance of Prince Herr
man and Duke Berriman. The pro
giam was high-classed and scientiflc
lly lrndered, far surpassing any oth-
r vrt rendered by them in this city.
The gala time was Saturday after-
ro"n when eleht hundred school chil-
The program was highly entertain
'iv "nd te P'e folks enjoyed the
showers of ondy and bananas espe--i-pv
Wal 'en's orchestra was heard at its
'ert at both performances. Much cred
'f i" re tne faithful little lassies who
Ul tickets for the matinee. The first
-Pe vas v-Cn by Teola Brlsht. of Na-
ie- retool; second nrize. Olivia Jack-
dien witnessed the matinee given for SOn. Napier; third prize, by Ruby Al
them at tho same place. Quite a mim- fn, also of Napier.
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