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BIG REDUCTIONS IN READY-TO-WEAR
Wonderful Values in Coals, Suits, Dresses
SILKS ALSO REDUCED
ON THIRD AVENUE, NORTH
maj - fill o
Blue and gold, stripes 4 inches wide yard $1.50
Black njid colored, stripes 3 inches .wide yard $1.50
!A11 colors, in wide striped Taffetas yard $1.50
Shantung Pongee, with moon spots yard '. $1.50
Shantung Pongees, plain and natural yard $1.50
"Wonderful Bakst figured Silks, in colors $1.50
Satin Duchess, printed in fern effects yard $1.50
Yard-wide black Taffeta Silk, very soft and lustrous the $1.50 kind
specially priced at, per yard ' $1.00
Yard-wide black Duchess Satin, atra heavy and very soft the $2.00
kind in this sale at, per ySEa $1.50
Yard-wide plain Taffeta, in a vast line of colors equal to any $2.00
values priced here Monday $1.48
Ladies' Home Journal Patterns All New Spring Styles, 15c.
Every wanted color on sale; at, per yard 50c
Foulard Silks and Messaline Silks, in pretty designs and serviceable
colors offered in this sale at 39c
SPECIALS IN MUSLIN
Gowns, low neck, Corset Covers, Teddy Bears, Skirts aud Pants
embroidered and lace-trimmed special .. 59c
. Ladies' Crepe de Chine Camisoles, in flesh and white, from 98c to $2.00
Ladies' Muslin Pants embroidery trimmed special 29c
Children-'s, Muslin Pants sizes 2 to 12 15c; two for 25c
Gowns,, Corset. Covers, Skirts, Pants, 'Em elope Chemise and Princess
Piil's special ',. .'. 98c
Coats in green, wine, tan and navy,
Copen and plaids, in serges, poplins
and cheviots, in all the season's best
colors, including rose, Magenta,
black, navy, Copenhagen,, greens,
Coats of wonderful beauty and
charm, in soft velours and softer
twills of every new shade.
To close out a new assortment.
Lovely Dresses of Taffeta and
Crepe Georgette, in black, navy
blue, plnm, smoke, light gray and
French blue. These are shown in
liiany, many styles and various con
40c Quality 45-inch "White Batiste 22c
35c Quality Flaxon, Monday , 18c
30c Quality Dimity, Monday 19c
15c Quality Dimity, Monday 10c
20c India Linen, all this week 12 l-2c
35c Quality 40-inch Voile, Monday ; 21'!
Special' attention given to Mail Orders. We guarantee satisfaction.
Samples sent on request. Railroad Fares refunded on Trading Days.
The beauty of their designs is em
phasized by the fineness of the silks
that fashion them. There are many
pretty belted models; some in the
l igh-waist effects;' others bolero
" AT $9.95
Coats of character, style and
beauty, in velours, Poiret twills,
wool, Jerseys, in Copenhagen, re
seda, emerald, peach, gold, tan,
Coats that speak refinement and
style in full and flowing effects, in
stylish tailored fashioning, in
fabrics of wonderful construction.
Radical Reductions in
An assemblage of Suits embodying
all the style points. Fashioned of
fabrics and are in high favor this
SHison, and tailored with care.
We particularly desire that our cus
tomers come in today and look
Personal inspection alone will show
you their exceptional styles, and
materially they compare favorably
with" much higher-priced Suits.
Affording a Avide selection of ex
clusive, new styles in Dresses of
the modish and practical typ;
which women prefer for most occasions.
The assurance of being certain that
you are getting the correct style is
s: satisfaction in itself. In addition,
we guarantee the qualities
a lies.' Fancy Novelty Silk Hose latest patterns, in stripes and em
lirni.Wpil effeets ner tiair $155
Ladies' Cordon pure thread Hose, best quality black, white and all
wanted shades per pair , ....$155
Ladies' Phoenix pure thread Silk guaranteed Hose black, white, silver,
champagne and gray per pair uc ana x.xu
Ladies' best quality Fibre Silk Hose black, white and colors special,
per pair .50
Ladies' extra quality Fibre Silk Hose, black, white and colors special
n r? n f O 4 Art
per pair ; tor x.uu
Ladies' good quality Fibre Silk nose black, white and colors special
SPECIALS IN GENTS' AND BOYS' FURNISH
Men's Shirts, in heautitul fast color stripes
$1.00 value, this sale1
$1.25 value, this sale
$1.50 value Mercerized finish, French cuffs, this sale..
t)5c value, blue Work Shirts, this sale
$1.00 value in White Shirts, this sale
$1.25 value in White Shirts, this sale
$1.75 value Flannel Top Shirts, this sale
75c value Muslin and Outing Night Shirts, this sale.
Men's Linen Collars, all styles, all sizes 15c value
Men's sSilk Ties 50c value this sale
Men's Suspenders 50c value this sale
Hoys' Rompers 50c value this sale
Loys' Waists 50c value this sale
Summer Underwear, at old prices.
RUGS AND AR1
Axminster Rugs, !)xl2, value $30.00, for $22.50
Velvet Rugs, 9x12. value $30.00, , for $22.60
Brussels Rugs, 9x21, value $18.50 $13.75
Brussels Rugs, 0x12, value $25.00, for $19.50
Grass Rugs, 9x12. value $S.50, for $6.50
Velvet Rugs, 36x72, value $4.50, for $3.50
Velvet Rugs, 27x54, value $2.50, for $1.75
"Wool and Fiber Rugs. 0x12. value $12.50, for $9.75
Royal Wilton Rugs, value $7.50. for $4.50
French Wilton Rugs, value $0.50. for $6.50
150 pairs Curtains, value 31.75, for, pair' 99c
200 pairs Curtains, value $3.50. for, pair $2.25
175 pairs Curtains, value $5.00. for, pair $3.25
Short lengths Linoleum, value 85c yard, for, yard 60c
Solid Leal her Suit Cases, value $7.50, for $4.50
100 rolls Malting, value 35c yard, for, yard 25c
Railroad Fares Refunded as Usual.
Missionary and Educational
" News '
Dear Sisters:- .
We are neaning the time for our
next quarterly meeting which will
convene with the Kayne Ave., Baptist
Church June 1st, 1917. We are ex
pecting each local to be well repre
sented and do our part in a l the de
partments. The winter has been bad
and only a few of us have met the
meetings, but God has Used us any
.way. I am earnestly asking that we
not forget the self-denial money, let's
.fiver keep in mind this? work and io
our part. The Golden Jubilee of Roger
William's has just closed. I am
glad to say that our City Missionary
Societies were represented through
this union. We are hoping that every
Committee will have a brilliant report,
especiallylhe Comimiittee on children
and young peoples' work, for if iwie
make a success, we must carry the
children with us.
IA very special program is being
prepared for the June meeting at
Kayne Ave. Come and bring a friend
with you and enter the work with re
newed energy and with a full deter
mination to make the most of it and
act our part so well that we shall have
nothing to regret.
, Corresponding Secretary.
By Charles Cecil Cohen
Miss Bertha B. Taylor
Fisk Memorial Chapel, Fri-
. CARD OF THANKS.
We extend our heartfelt thanks to
our many friends and relatives of
Union City who were so kind to us
during the illness and death of our
beloved son and husband, Haywood
Cook, who departed this life Wednes
day, April 18th.
if our kindness will never be for
gotten, and in your time of need
you shall be remembered by us.
Mrs. Mary M. Bell, Mother
Mrs, Mary E. Cook,- wife.
Miss Lena Cook, of Nashville.
Mrs. Katie Thompson,
Mary and Parlene.
day May, 4, 1917 at 8:00 O'
Gluck-Saint Saens Caprice on Airs de
Ballet, from "Alceste."
Cyril Scott Lerito.
Debussty Prelude in A Minor.
Chopin Prelude, Op. 28, No. 17.
Etudes, Op. 10, No. 11.
Op. 25, No. 10.
Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 2.
Fantaisie, Op 49
Rubenstein Concerto in D Minor.
Orchestral parts on second
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
Mr. Haywood Cook, the eldest son
of Mrs. Mary M. Bell was born in
Dresden, Tenn., October 20, 1884.
At the age of 33 years seven months
and eighteen days died in Union
City, Tenn., April 18, 1917, after a
prolonged illness, covering several
months. Fourteen years ago he told
his wife that God had spoken peace
to his soul and he never grew weary
on the upward way. He called his
wife to the bed on Monday afternoon
and asked her to pray and ask the
Lord how long will I have to lay
here in misery and pain, and she told
him, "I am praying and doing
all I can for you. He was burried in
Dresden, Tenn., Thursday afternoon,
at 2:00 o'clock. The funeral services
were held at the C. M. E. Church,
conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. H.
Jones. His favorite song was "Life
is Like a Mountain Railroad." He
leaves to mourn his death, a loving
mother, a devoted wife, four loving
sisters and a host of relatives and
Y. M. C. A. TRACK TRAM. 'school closed on last Friday night
The Y. M. C. A. Track Team held ! with a vei'y interesting program.
their regular meeting at their regu-i Pro"- :ml Ml's- "hnson will leave
lar club room, 109 nt the Y. M. C. 1 Wednesday for their homo at Waver
A. Building, Tuesday evening, at S'Iv' Tenn- Ml'8- Whitson and her pu-
o'clock. The club has been at a P"8 enjoyed a very nice outing at the
loss to lose their president, Mr. Rolit. 1 Sulphur Springs on last Sunday.
E. Stockard. who has lust left ilia Mrs. Easter Wallace is recovering
city for a sight-seeing tour in a Cole, nicely a spell of lagrlppe. Messrs.
S. He will stop in Chattanooga flrti I rady and llermon Pettigrew of
and then go to Birmingham. Ho'Ierr.wille, Tenn.. spent Saturday and
will stav a few davs afler which he ! Sunday with their grandparents, Mr.
will, return home and we will heia,l(l Mrs- Yarbro, of this place. Little
very glad to have him Willi us as I Ml8
soon as possible.
Tlie meeting was carried on by
Mr. Felix Crockett and various busi
ness points were given by him. All
members present enjoyed the sys
tematical way he carried out the
Vannie White celebrated her
twelfth birthday Saturday with Mr.
llermon Pettigrew and Miss Daisy
Shelton as her guests. Mrs Ellen
Dixon at this writing is ain Union
City, Tenn., 0 witness the grtdunt
ing exercises of her grandson, Mr.
Woodard and Vera
Robert Bluck, 54 years, 914 Archer
, Minnie E. Murray, 27 years, Walk
Maggie Carter, 33 years, 922 Ew
Menry McCaw, 3 months, 1825 Cth
avenue, N. 1
Malinda Williams, 33 years, 312
Second street, N.
818 Denison street.
Ed Wall and Myrtle
Fred T. ' Moore and Esther
Thorns, 1005 1st aVenue, S.
Tom Ewing and Bettie Baker,
J. H. Walker and Alice Adams,
First avenue, S.
D. F. Stovall and Bessie Gay,
Seventh avenue, S.
Joseph W. Locke and Mvrtle
Webb, 1807 21st ave., S.
Albert Buchanan and Lillio Fletch
er, 10 Springfield St
George Jefferson and Mary Murray,
1811 Almeda street.
Glenn E. Miller and Bertha Knight,
1013 Summit street.
meeti-12. Rm-mtsrv nnnlmnnn wn Arthur T. Swift. The farmer of ue-
also absent because of some business Icaturville have organized a farmer's
affair and Mr. Albert Dixon per- d garden association for the bene
formed his duly which was also 'At "f raising more food and feed!
satisfactory. All members are re-ii'ff- Mrs. Henrietta Yarbro and
quested to be present nt the next M- H- J- faster are on the sick
mooting T.,l.,. ,,.,. ..,..,! ..I l,Kt MiSSPH WIllYlCr II ml T.OiS JOIIO.S
.....i.iife ucona, ctciiuig, situ ling .11., . . .... I
8 nvioc-k I after snending the winter with their I
, . ; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Yarbro, attending scnooi win leave
Wednesday for Waverly, Tenn., to
see their parents, .Mrs. Anna An
drews and children spent Sunday
afternoon Willi her brother, Mr. OS.
M. Pettigrew. Mrs. Ada Whitson and
Miss Lubell Burton spent Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Ida Pettigrew.
The Lord's Supper will be adminis
tered at the morning worship Sun
day, lawyer Ofrant's Sunday school
class in Soccial Progress is growing
in interest and number. The class is
taking up Commerce this month.
Next Sunday's subject is 'Commerce
and Service." i
Sunday school hour, 9:30-11. Every
body welcome. An hour well invested.
MAY FOOTWEAR FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
$2.50 to $5.00
$3.00 to $5.00
$2.50 to $5-00
$2.50 to $5.00
Misses' Patent Kid and While
' Slippers in all the new
things for now
Children's Slippers and
- Play Oxfords in
Black and White
Shoes and Slippers that
appeal to the Judgment of all
economical footwear buyers ,
J. S. HOPKINS
ON THE SQUARE
NASHVILLE, I ESSEE
$2.00 to $5.00
$2.00 to $4.00
, for Ladies
$1.50 to $2.50
- Kid Juliets
$1.25 to $2,50
Mt. Hope Lodge No. 1776 and Rebecca
House hold of Ruth No. 41, celebrated
respectively their 40th and 41st an
niversaries Monday evening at Odd
Fellow Hall, Fourth Ave., North.
There was an abundance of good
things to eat and to spare. Ham
Sandwiches, Frappe, Cake, ice cream
etc., was as plentiful as the sands on
the seashore. Hon. J. W. Grant was
master of ceremonies, making a splen
did address when he called the assem
blage to order. Talks were made by
nearly all who were present, the
trend of all remarks was to the good
of Odd Fellowship. It was certainly
entertaining and insturctive to hear
the good brothers and sisters tell of
their love for the grand old frater
nity. The Globe man was present and
like to died "a eating tho many good
things available. We tender our
thanks to Mrs. Emma Battle, whose
guest we were for the- kind invita
tion to be on hand at the feast and
beg to assure her that we'll certain
ly by "thar" next year if we are on
this mundane sphere.
Mr. Hal Taylor of Jackson, Tenn.
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Yar'
jbro on last Sunday. Misses Annie
i Whitd and Lula Slogall spent Satur
day and Sunday with' Mr. and Mrs.
Stegall at their country ' home. Mrs.
Ada Whitson and Louise Burton
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.'
Mittie White. The Decaturville high
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENX.. JUNE 13 13.
The Clawing Exercises of the Paris
Public School will begin Tuesday niKht
May loth with a Juvenile Cantata,
"A Jolly Finite Party."
Thursday night May 17th, Contata,
A Dremm of Fairy Land, by the In
Friday night May ISth, the conclud
ing program for the 8th grade.
Address by Pror. W. Jr Hale, presi
dent of the A. and I. State Normal.
On Saturday May 10th at one o'
clock Prof. Hale will also address he
Teachers and Farmers of Henry Co.
Ot.hers are cordially invited.
Ms. Ida Porter has been confined to
her' bed for several days
Miss Dovde Oumas after a long ill
ness is reported some better.
Rev. J. E. Edwards of Huntingdon,
pastor of tho Presbyterian church
nreached an excellent sermon to a
large congregation Sunday April 20th.
His text being "Then the em sunn
come." The good Rev. seemed to ue i
in the spirit and his remarks were
very Impressive to all present. .
,Mt. Zon Baptist church laid the cor
ner stone of the new concrete church.
Rev. A. D. Hurt, State Missionary
preached the dedication sermon.
A large congregation was present
and nearly $200.00 were raise 1 for the
benefit of the church.
Rev. R. Venn, presiding elder of the
Paris District held a very successful
Quarterly Conference April 20th, 30th.
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and you have light, bright, genial and steedy. It's ''touch-a-button"
and you have heat for a flat iron or toaster,
power for sweeping, washing, sewing, or for an Electric
For less than the cost of a good suit of clothes, or a
piece of furniture, or a rug you can enjoy the advan
tages of Electricity in your own home.
It simply means a few cents a day. Our small
. monthly payment offer with no money due until June
1st places electric service within reach of every home.
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The modern way of wiring a home vo matter how
long ago it may have been built does not damage walls
or floors or interfere in any way with household routine.
The work is done quickly, neatly, perfectly. The job com
pleted you will never know the wiring was not dene when
the house was being built. -
Investigate our special Spring wiring plan. Leain how
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