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NASHVILLE CLCnC. FRIDAY, JANUARY
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lue merchandise 'at unheard-of low
ishville's purchasing public. Remem-
positively move no poods to our new quar-
t( rs, corner 5U1 Ave. and Church street. le one of the pleased lucky purchasers Such values may never be
pr( -ented to you n.-iiti NOW 18 THE APPOINTED TIME.
MEN'S SUITS ArJD OVERCOATS
Men's' Suits ' 330
Men's Suits SG.50
Men's Suits $5.00
Prince Albert Suits 13.50
.Men's Overcoats .$7.75
Men's Overcoats $6.75
Men's Overcoats $5.00
Men's Overcoats $3.75
Soft and Stiff Hats
Soft and Stiff Hats
Young Men's Hats
.boys' and Child's Caps
YOUNG MEN'S .SUITS.
$10X0 Young Men's Suits
$5.00 Child's Suits
$4X0 Child's Suits
$3.00 Child's Suits
$5X0 Child's Overcoats
$3X0 Child's Overcoats
;5.C0 Men's Pants $2.85
$400 Men's Pants $2.25
C3.00 Men's .Pants $1.25
73c Kn?e Pants 39c
35c ' Knee Pants 17c
$6.00 Men's Odd Coats $2.50
75c Heavy Fleece Underwear 35c
$1.25 Flannel Underwear 63c
$1X0 Health Underwear 63c
$1.25 Needle Underwear 93c
$1.50 " Monarch"' Shirts 50c
$2X0 Cluett Shirts 93c
POc made White Overalls 25c
35c Imported Fancy Sox 15c
5c Fancy and Soild-Coior Sox 7c
Patent VicI Shoes . $2.98
Men's Calf Shoes $1.43
MEN'S AND LADIES' SHOES.
$3.00 Ladies' VicI Shoes $1.48
$2.50 Lace or Button Shoes
$4.00 Calf or VicI Shoes
LADIES' CLOAKS AND FURS.
$20.00 Ladies' Cloaks $7.85 I
$18.00 Ladies' Cloaks $4.95 j
$12.00 Ladies' Cloaks $3.15 F j
$6.00 Misses' Cloaks $1.95 j
$7.50 : Fine Furs $2.45 I
T6.00 Fine Fur?, ' $1.45 S
SALE AT OLD STMID
TillP.D AVEHUE, riOOTI!,
SPORTING NEWS, f
JOE GANS HARD AT WORK.
Joe Cans Is hard at work In prepara
tion for his tattle with Jimmy Britt on
March 17. He is still the favorite In
the betting and will go ia a two or
three to one-choice. The knowing ones
cannot figure how he can lose, al
though Britt has a strong following.
His backers have confidence in and be
lieve he can win. Time is a fortune
teller, and will have to decide this
The balmy days make the fans think
of the grassy plot. They are beginning
to crowd out of their w inier-quarters
and cast around for some one to dis
cuss the present, past and future.
Much speculation is being indulged In
as to what steps, if any, will be taken
to secure a plot and build a park for
athletics. A Globe reporter called to
see Mr. Preston Taylor, the manager
of Greenwood Park, to ascertain wheth
er or not he intended to build an ath
letic field out there by time the sea
son opened, but he was out of the city
and nothing could be learned.
N O S
Prices to Soit i
The kind members and friends of
Salem A. M. E. Church. -gave to Rev.
I. J. Edwards and wife a delightful
surprise party last Friday night at
9:15. The party, led by Mr. W..H.
Shelby assembled around the table of
the front room, where Mr. Shelby pre
sented the many good things brought
by the party to Rev. Edwards, who re
sponded . to the delight of all. The
pastor concluded by saying that he
3 hit- sure that he could not get hungry
oon in ihe midst of such a plenty. A
it lew minutes were snenr In Rrvrinl rhnt
. jnuvj irtio V.UIlipUflVU Ui iXl, JLX.
Shelby, Mr.' James Harland, Mr. Oeo.
Tones, Mrs. Georgia' Scott, Mrs. Anna
Shelby, Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs.
Georgia Newsom, Mrs. Susie Newsom,
Miss Mary Hooper, Mrs. Sallie Good
all. Mrs. E. Stratton. ' Mias Martha
St.rattcn, Master Scott and Miss Anna
Bel, Goodall. Before leaving Bro.
Shelby addressed the throne of grace
after which they sweetly sang, "God
be with you till we meet again." Bene
diction by the pastor, Rev. Edwards.
The city alumni of Roger Williams
University, met at the home of Dr.
Bandy, Tuesday evening, January 15.
Rev. Kinney acted as chairman and
Miss Mallory, secretary. Dr. Bandy
offered a resolution to appoint a com
mittee to form some plan for soliciting
funds for the rebuilding of the school.
The motion was carried and the fol
lowing committee was appointed:
Prof. I. H. Hampton, Dr. A. M. Town
send and Mrs. M. A. Yroung. Thi3 com
mittee is to have plans ready and re-
ort at the next meeting which will
be held at Mrs. Carrie Young's resl-
ence, 31G North Spruce street, Thurs
day evening, Jan. 24, at 7:30 p. m. It
reported that all of the alumni be
present at this meeting. Those who
were present pledged themselves to
give the following sums: Mrs. Carrie
Young, $5.00; Dr. Bandy, $50.00; Ida
Mallory, $10.00; Mrs, M. A. Bennett,
$10.00; Eider Kinney, $25X0.
SaVE S50 OR $100 013 A PURCHASE.
These Pianos arc Double Veneered, case made in iancv fitr-
tired mahogany, fiine Circassian or burl walnut, or quarter
ly sawed oak of the finest quality.
ti We offer as our testimonals the people who have purchased
5 ntirl nre now usin? our Pianos. Call on or write them lor ai many Mends will be pleased to learn
. " . H I V, U 4U J i. i
c2 of Pedagogy. This new position comes
CELEBRATE SECOND ANNIVER
A limited number of friends were
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Louis K,
Thomas, of 1305 Jackson street, in
honor of the second anniversary of
their marriage, Monday, January 14
from 8 to 12 p. m. Cards and games
were the principal features of the
evening. Cakes and ices were served
at a late hour. Those present were
Miss Ruth P. MdKinney, Mrs. Arthur
L. Haddox, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Point
er, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kiniey and Mr
Fred J. Ewing.
PEN TO THE PUl'LIC IN
(ITIIAR STill FT.)
regular mm am
every Monday and Friday r.ighU fr;
S:3oto 9:30. Mr. Dock Liner v.ill ;.i
instructions free of charge to all vi;l:i
to learn the new dances that are put '
Good order will be observed. Par..
with children admitted free.
" DOCK USER, Instrcftflr.
St. r-i-i; it"
Need anything -
Pension vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL - BUSIXESS - COSFJVEXT1AL
Is your Hfe insured? Is your house
and Furniture Insure'd? Aren't
You tired ' paying Rent?
TELEmOXE IS so.
CEDAR ST., Boyd BUg. NASHVILLE, TENIV
Stove Repair ITJorks
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.
TELEl'IIONE 3243 L.
COR. OVERTON AND DIVISION STS.,
MASUYILLE, - TENN.
WANTED All Churches and Sunday f
schools to use ' our money Gleaners,
Albums, etc., to raise means to pay oil
all indebtedness. For sale, by JSational
Baptist, Publishing Board, 523 Second
SEVENTY-SEVEN YEARS OLD.
Mrs. Nelson T. Merry, of 316 Eighth avenue, NorthNashville, Tcnn.
avenue, North, -was 77 years old last
Saturday. Jdn. 12. She is In rood
health, able to attend church resrularlv locorporawa unaer me uws 01 ionnoco,
:;nd has been a member of the church
f 5 years. Two of her
Emma DimlaD and J.Irs. Adella Mitch'
ell, are with her. Mrs. Dunlap who CAPITAL STOCK. $25,000.00.
-.as lived in Memnhis for the cast .
eighteen years, where she recently Does a regular banking business, m-
)st her husband, Mr. Frank Dunlap, terest paid on all time deposits. Only
sr of the church r c n f,
daughters, Mrs. OllOCent dffllMS ' DdFiJ.
s Adnll.n. A'ltch-
s to remain with her mother and as
tilst her sister in caring for her,
institution of its kind in.Tennessec,
FOUR WOMEN N A FIGHT
Last Friday evening between, the!
hoars of 6 and 7 four infuriated wom
en wrere "fighting like tigers" on Fifth
avenue, South, between Broadway and
the stables of Cornelius & Co., the un
dertakers. The racket could be heard
for a block or so. A Clobe representa
tive chanced to be passing during the
heat of the battle, and noticing that
the life of one combatant was in dan
ger, as her antagonist was administer
ing to her a fearful beating with a po
ker, rushed Into the fray, snatched the
poker from the hands of the Irate fe
male, and beat a hasty retreat down
the street. Not a policeman was in
sight during the disturbance.
B. II. Boyd, President,
J.W. I? optic K, Vice President,
J.C. Napier, Cashier,
C.N. Langston, Teller.
.411 FOURTH AVENUE, NORTH,
A TEACHER OF PEDAGOGY.
Miss Gertrude Hadnot, teacher in
the Academic department of Tuske
gee Institute, spent several days study
ing in Fisk University. Miss Hadnott
returned to her work last Friday. Her
Miss Hazel Doyle has returned to
her school In South Franklin.
' fliotr nnininn: Dr. W. R. H.iker. 1 f0 A 'Fourteenth jivp.. N
ti Nashville, Tcnn., Bishop Evans Tvree, 15 N. Hill street,
ti Nashville", Tenn.; Mrs.Lovell Landers, 1G03 Harding street,
Nashville, Tenn.; Airs. R. II. Boyd, 523 Second ave., N.,
H Nashville, Tenn.; Mt. Olive Baptist Church Sunday School,
ti Nashville, Tenn.
. For Prices and Terma Apply at
ti on tr.vrk c.
National Baptist Publishing Board,
K 523 Second Avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn.
to miss liaanott in tne nature cr a
promotion in recognition of her eiS
ciency as a teacher.
A BIRTHDAY DINNER.
... A.-Hivthday dinner was given at the
home of Mr.'- and Mtti. Uoweti, 1512
Twidf;K Hvenne. North, Sunday, Jan.
l;'; T.'.7, in honor of her mother, Mrs.
Iros Johnson. Those present were
M.rs. J. 12- Johnson. Mrs. Julia John
K(in Mrs. Malran, Mr. aud Mrs. Butter-
son Mr. nnd Mrs. w. Jveisu, .r. uuu
Mrs Israel, Mr. and Mrs. Dowcn, Mr.
1' II. Johnson, of Fayctteville, Tnn.,
aau-IIss Sadie R I-owery, of Hunts
SIX O'CLOCK DINNER.
5 Mr. and Mrs. Reuben O'Neal, of 1810
Thompson street, gave a six o'clock
Monroe Page, of cmfwshrdlcmfwyshr
dinner, Jan. 4, 1907, in honor of their
uncle, Mr. Monroe Pnge, of McCrary,
Ark. A seven-course menu was served.
Tjie quests present were Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Battle; Mr. ani Mrs. Wm. Per
kins, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Robinson,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Barnes, Mr. and
Mrs. Horace Cunada, and Mrs. Lizzie
YOUNG MEN'S SOCIAL CLUB EN
TERTAINS. The Young Men's Social Club gave
its first annual entertainment Friday
evening, Jan. 10, 1907, at Miss Georgia
Scohy's residence, 700 Seventh street,
The parlor was beautifully decorated
for the occasion. The games were in
dulged in by all. Those present were
Misses Kittie Huffman, Idella Mayber
ry, Bertha McCullough, Lena Hayes,
Lurena Harris, Mattie Vaulx, Jessie
Johnson, Willie Colin, Mamie Cheat
ham, Nannie Guild, Alie Davis, Leola
Warlield, Sylvia Gray, came Kose,
Katie Vaulx, Etta Harris. Emma Boyd,
Messrs Jessie L. Cheatham, Edward
House, Alex. Tipton, Frank Gray, Wil
liam Wardell, . Frank Kidd, Andrew
Guild, Willie Sercy, Albert Johnson,
Prather Roth, .pa.nsfo.rd Johnson, Bu-
ford Johnson. Chas. Garret, Andrew
Brown, Beecher Cummings, Daniel
Eatts, Linslcy Foster, Percy Dermes
Van Caruthers, and Miss Georgia
We do a SPOT CASH Business. All goods?
strictly FIRST CLASS, we carry a run
line of Everythintf in the
WE SOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OF
Mr. Hugh Nevils is a little India- on FwInrt'Avfi.. f,nrner fif Ffiflfl St.
o i ,1 lei. ria:n,oooo .
tTirnutrh hArA Mnntfav nn his wnv t.O
-inrlncr Mill T'onn PRICE LIST.
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TCfmclcv XTprrts. V. iFT. T)ovlA nnfl ' f "J..J. r
. j - - , w rQna nt nan Pt tipai.'.
tred D. Williams were in Masnvmei rnt1, ftf MsnherT5ejl i.-)f
last week. Mni, 1
M1c T:,irv PnttPrsnn of Wih RtrPPt .. UlCOdbMJ HUl BlCg BUU UiaiCl
lUlesK!iTSh "Can't He Beat on the Mark!"
L. Washington, House avenue, last
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mills, of
Nashville, were here a few days ago
Mr. Parish Williams was in Nash
Mrs. J. P. Campbell is visiting her
mother in Nashville
Mrs. Tom Doyle is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Wm. Britt, 140 Thomas
Dr. Wallace, of Meharry Medical 9 tO I 1 3. fH.
College, was the guest of Miss Hazel
Doyle a few days ago.
Mrs. W. B. Redmond is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Williams, of East
Dr. R. S. Washington was the guest
of friends last Sunday at Lelpers
Elder Jackson preached at Leipers
Miss Mary L. Dobinson, of South
Franklin, was in Saturday,
Residence, ioi Lafayette St. Tel. 7S3
Dr G. H. Bandy,
Ofiice, 403 S. Cherry St.
X 3 to 4 p. p.
6 to 8 p. ro.
Telephone I I8L N2s!ivi!!c. Ti r.n.
If you want ;o buy,
If you want. 1 - soil,
If you wan: ' ) rent,
See T. C LAY MOORE,
The Rei.istate Aaent.
The Franklin Quartette sang at the 419 Ced? -t Boyd Bni1.1fn
asket ball game at theB. U. A. tn- piione PC".
day night between halves