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A Complete Mail Order Service
As the store, in every department, anticipates each need, so does the Mail Order Service satisfactorily supply them, to the full advantage of
those who live out of the city. Shopping in Atlanta by mail is deprived of all unnecessary delay and worry, and reduced to a pleasurable, absolute
More exacting selections are made than you would probably require in person. Those who receive each order to fill are experts. They know
quality; they know price, and they know the stocks. Values at all times are carefully considered. Only best styles and perfect qualities are ever
Every order is filled and shipped, when possible, the same day received. Promptness, next to care, is the principal feature of importance.
It is the kind of achievement that tells and improves the store system. That has been the effort in perfecting the present complete mail order part
of the business.
Profit by the lesult it brings. Get what you want by mail. No matter what is needed, the end is the same—always satisfying.
Store of Many Departments.
Southern Baptist Convention
Chattanoogo, May 10th to 15th, 1906.
The Western and Atlantic Railroad and Nashville, Chattanooga and St.
Louis Railway will name rate of one first-class fare plus 25 cents for the
round trip from all points in territory south of the Ohio and Potomac and
east of the Mississippi Rivers, account of the Southern Baptist Convention
at Chattanooga. Tickets to be sold May Sth, 9th and 10th, with final limti
ten days in addition to date of sale, and an extension of the final limit of
tickets may be secured until June 15th by depositing tickets with Special
Agent at Chattanooga and upon payment of fee of 50 cents at time of deposit.
The return portion of tickets must be validated by Special Agent at Chatta
nooga for return passage.
In response to the following communication, we will arrange for special
coaches on regular trains, or, if sufficient number desire, we will run special
train for the accommodation of delegates and their friends, leaving Atlanta
not later than 9 :00 a. m. Thursday, May 10th:
Mr. Charles E. Harman, G. P. A. Western and Atlantic Railroad, Atlanta, Ga.:
Dear Sir—Anticipating the approach of the Southern Baptist Convention
at Chattanooga, Tenn., and expecting to go to Chattanooga via the W. and A.
R. R., if the necessary accommodations are secured for the delegates, we, the
undersigned delegates, write to you to request the provision of special accom
modations, day coaches and Pullmans for Baptist delegates from Atlanta,
leaving not later than 9:00 a. m. Thursday, May 10th. We think we can
assure you that enough delegates will want to go from Atlanta at that time
to justify special and separate accommodations.
Very truly yours,
(Signed) John F. White, pastor; Elijah H. Brown, Jno. M. Green, Eugene
R. Black, Alex W. Bealer, M. L. Brittain, B. D. Ragsdale, E. L. Connally, Jno.
F. Purser. Junius W. Millard, F. J. Cooledge, J. B. Whitehead, George Brown.
Henry Hillyer, George Hillyer, W. J. Northern O. J. Copeland, W. T. Akers,
R. L. Mottley, B. F. Abbott.
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The Golden Age for May 10, 1906.
Southern Baptist Convention
CHATTANOOGA, MAY 10-15, 1906.
SPECIAL BAPTIST TRAINS
The SOUTHERN RAILWAY cordially invites all delegates and their
friends to travel via their line to Chattanooga to the above convention. Two
Baptist Trains will be operated to Chattanooga, leaving Atlanta 8:00 a. m.
and 5:00 p. m., Thursday, May 10th, arriving Chattanooga 1:00 p. m. and 9:55
IN ADDITION TO THESE TRAINS
The Southern has three daily trains, leaving Atlanta 5:30 a. m., 7:55 a. m.
and 4:50 p. m. Delegates and other's from the South arriving Atlanta over
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY
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With Southern trains, saving transfer across the city. Those arriving Atlanta
on Georgia Railroad have ample time to transfer to connect with the above
special and regular trains.
Tickets on sale May Bth, 9th and 10th, at one fare plus 25 cents for round
trip, good ten days in which to return, with privilege of extension until June
15th, by depositing at Chattanooga and payment of fee of 50 cents.
The undersigned will travel via Southern Railway, and would be glad to
have their friends join them.
Ex-Governor W. J. NORTHEN, Atlanta.
REV. AV. W. LANDRUM, Pastor First Baptist Church, Atlanta.
REV. LEN G. BROUGHTON, Pastor Baptist Tabernacle, Atlanta.
MRS. L. M. LANDRUM, Woman’s Missionary Union.
W. W. GAINES, State Secretary B. Y. P. U.
REV. S. Y. JAMESON, Sec. and Treas. Baptist Board of Missions.
Ten Nurses Needed.
The Tabernacle Infirmary is now in
need of Ten New Nurses. There is no
better training school for nurses in the
South. Apply at once.
REV. LEN G. BROUGHTON, President.