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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1SG7.
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Diamond Shaped Paper Garlands
BEST AND CHEAPEST DECORATION YET PRODUCED.
. View of Garland Partly Open.
NO.50G4-H. One of the finest, nea till most effective
decorations ever devised. It is made of imported tissue paper of
a dark "Christmas green," and red. Each Garland is twelve feet
long when extended. -
1'hey are easy to handle. When closed they occupy little
.space. Their extreme lightness reduces transportation . charges
to minimum, thereby cheapening cost to the purchaser. After
use they can be quickly closed into compact form and thus readily
preserved for future occasions. The possibilities of this devise
are almost without limit. For decorating churches, schoolrooms,
halls or private residences, these Garlands may be used with the
finest effect, their flexibility permitting the carrying out of many
different I leas.
Price. Each Garland (12 feet in length) 10 cents, by mail,
prepaid.
One dozen Garlands (144 feet) $1.00, prepaid. In ordering
mention No. 5064-H.
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OUR FESTOOrSIING.
Superior to any other material for producing a brilliant decorative effect.
More elegant than real Christmas green and less costly to start with.
Is much cleaner; does not dry up and litter the carpet. ,
Can be ust d again and again from year to year for an indefinite period.
One investment will avoid the usual annual expense for Christmas
green.
Beside using for festooning, may be easily made into , various
designs monograms, mottoes, letters, figures, etc.
Three Colors: Solid Green. No. 3049-H; Solid White, No. ' 3048-fi; Red, White
an J Clue. No. 3015-11.
.When not otherwise requested, all orders will be filled with
solid green,
Price, per roll for ten yards, 25 cents, charges prepaid by us.
Owing to the lightness and strength of this festooning, it is easi
ly put into position, and gives a harmonious and beautiful effect,
when vvmtid around letters, ball, and other decorations.
Order Liberally. Nothing else in the line of decorative ma
terial will give anywhere near the satisfaction. for the money jn.
vested. - .
$3.13 mvs for l)0 yards (13 rolls.1, prepaid which will go far towards making a large
church look delightful.
NOTE. This festooning being made of light tissue paper,
transperiallon, but can be quickly rrslored by passing the roll
shouti be Joined together by tying
the ends with a bit of cord.
SEND ALL ORDERS TO
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
R. H. BOYD, D. D., Secretary,
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH, NASHVILLE, TENN.
GET YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS HERE.
All Kinds-All Prices-All Good.
Rich Perfumes, Elegant Toilet Preparations, Useful Toilet Sets,
Manicure Sets, Combs, Brushes, Hand Mirrors, Etc. Etc.
Call By Any Way And See.
Jerome B. Sand, Druggist
UNION AND FIFTH AVE.
WHY DON'T YOU BUY
THE BRASS ELECTRIC COMB
USED FOR BOTH KINDS OF HAIR.
Dries the Hair after a shampoo, beautifies, cleans,
curls, straightens and grows. Finest for dressing hair.
Come or write. PRICE $1.50
MME. M. E. COX, Agent,
920 TWENTY-FIRST AVE., (Tweed street) NASHVILLE, TENN.
felephone 2703 for your
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Carefully Selected fruit
Choice fruits, Nuts
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Fresh Stock Full Assortment.
Correct Prices Quick Service,
Vfft serve fine hoi lunch from II t. m. to 3 p. m. Hot coffee,
chocolate, tc, at ill timet.
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through the hands. Sections
SUPPLIES.
Cake Ingredients.
and Candies.
CEDAR STREET.
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LETTERS TO SANTA CLAL'S.
' Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1907.
Dear Santa I am a little boy three
years old, and I am a good little boy.
lJlease come to. see me. I wish you
would please bring me a horse, wagon,
a Buster Brown suit, shoes and caD.
I want some candy, nuts and every
thing good to eat Please don't for
get my little sister, Velma Louise; she
wants a rattler and I don't know what
else. Don't forget my mother.
HORACE CECIL CANADA.
15 Garden street
Dear- Santa Cdaus This is my first
letter; I once thought I was too large
to write, but if you bring me what I
ask for this time I will not write any
more. I am thirteen years old and
want you to bring me a doll, a story
book and a new dress. 1 would ask
you for an organ, but my brother is go
ing to bring me one from Indianapolis,
lnd. Bring me all kinds of fruit, and
a . bushel of nuts. Please bring my
cousin sorest an arnuu: or nreworks,
so he can look like a "Teddy Bear."
Please don't forget my sweet teacher,
Miss Martin.
. .. MATT1E.B. WEBSTER.
1307 Pearl street
North Nashville, Tenn.
-Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl
in the fourth grade. 1 want a set of
furniture, a Negro doll sucking a nip
ple, organ and a machine, oranges, ap
ples, candy, figs, cakes and all kinds
of fruit Don't forget my parents.
LEORA CONVERSE C. WATERS.
1810 Albion street.
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Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1907.
'Dear Santa I want you to bring
rae please a little doll piano, doll, doll
bed, a rocking chair for myself, some
candy, nuts, oranges and apples. I am
a good little girl only three years old
I will close. Yours little girl,
ALICE THEODORE COFFEY.
1G Trimble street.
Jefferson," Tenn., Dec, 1907.
Dear Old Santa Claus I am a little
boy eight years old. I go to Saint Paul
School everv dav. I am in the second
grade
I want you to please bring lire
a doll, some candy, fire crackers, rai
sins, almonds, English walnuts and
my little playmate, Ellis, a little wag
on and some good things, liring me
a little trunk. Your little boy,
WILSON HAYS.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1907.
Dear Old Santa 1 am a little girl
two and one-half years old. Papa says
I am a good little girl, so I write to
ask you to please bring me a rocking
chair, some candy, nuts and oranges
Bring mama, papa, sister and little
brother something nice. Your little
girl,
WINNIE COK1NE HART.
172G Jefferson street.
Dear Old Santa (Jiaus rlease re
member me. I am a little girl one
year old. I live at 1734 Jefferson
street. I want a doll cap, doll bed, high
chair and several other toys and
something good to cat. My name is
DAISY BELLE DODSON.
Jefferson, Tenn.
Dear Old Santa Claus 1 am a little
boy twelve years old. I go to school
every day. I am in the third grade
I will be promoted Christmas to the
fourth. Please bring me a little pis
tol, some candy, raisins, fire crackers,
apples and some bananas. I want you
to bring my teacher, Miss Kittie
Howse. something. I sent you soino
money: did you get it? I put it in the
mail box. I will put some more there
for you. I want some Roman candles
and some oranges. Well, goodbye
Your good little boy,
JOHNNIE W. REED.
NaiJhville, Tenn., Dec 17, 1907.
Dear Santa Claus I want a jointed
doll and a stove and roll buggy and a
sled and "Teddy Bear," and, Santa
too, and mama. Good night
MARIE SINGLETON
1116 Jefferson street.
P. S. Santa Claus. bring me some
candy, nuts and peanuts.
Dear Santa Claus I am a litte girl
tiwht years old and I go to school
ewry day and I am a sweet little girl.
Santa, I will tell you my wants. 1
want a pretty doll, with golden cur is
and light blue eyes. I am so tired of
toy pianos, I want a grown piano this
time and a "Teddy Bir," and plenty
cood things to eat Don't forget my
friend. Macnolia. who lives on Pearl
street. She wants a pretty gold watch
Please don't forget my little brother
Will, and don't forget mama and papa.
Mama wants a turkey. Your little
girl,
MARGORIE JORDAN
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1907
Dear Santa I am a little boy seven
years old. 1 have been so good thi3
past year I will .ask you to bring me a
wagon, drum, a '.pair of gloves, candles,
nuts Rnd orangts and fireworks or al'
kinds. Please bring ma a real live
" leaay near, upiu lorgti my gianu-
mote's niease, brlw both o( town
something, and also grandpa, who has I
been sick all the year. I am your lit
tle friend,
NOBLE C. STRINGER.
1247 Third avenue, South.
Brentwood, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1907.
Dear Santa Claus Please bring me
some canay, oranges, leaay near
and a bicycle and some fireworks,
too.
THEODORE CRAWLEY.
Brentwood, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1907.
Dear Santa Claus Please bring me
candy, oranges, nuts, fireworks and
anything else you have for a little
twelve-year old boy. Good bye, Santa.
J. C. CRAWLEY, JR.
Locust Lawn.
Dear Santa Claus I thought I
would write you a few line to let you
know what I wanted you to bring me.
I want a doll that will open and shut
her eyes, and I want a buggy to ride
her in, a set of dishes, a stove, and a
story book, a set of furs. Santa, be
careful when you are coming down the
hinmey, for mama will have a fire in
the fireplace. Please bring me some I
candy, nuts, oranges, figs, dates and
bananas. Don't forget my sisters,
they live on Woods street They did
not say what they wanted. I will close.
From your friend,
SAMUELLA GLADYS ANDERSON.
130G Eleventh avenue, South.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1907.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl
two years old, and I live at No. 12,
South Hill street, and I want you to
please bring me a doll, a stove, a pi
ano ana some canuy, nuts, oranges,
raisins, ligs and apples. Will be a
sweet girl and go to bed at 6 o'clock.
Santa, please don't forget my papa; he
wants a black silk inufller. My name
is EARLINE OWENS.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1907.
Dear Santa I am a little girl eight
years old and I go to school, and 1 am
a good girl in school. I live at No. 12
South Hill street. Please bdng me
a ula; don an(i a tea set and a satchel
and some hair ribbon, candy, nuts,
... fl.ro or, rnioa
Please remember mv dear mama: she
wants a shawl. I will go to bed at
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7 o'clock.
MAMIE BEATRICE OWENS.
P. S. Please don't forget
Nashville, Tenn., Dec 17, 1907.
Dear Santa Will you please bring
me a doll, a doll bed, stove and a doll
buggy? I go to school every day and
have good lessons. Please bring little
sister something that is nice. Dont
forget mamma and grandmother,
Santa, I am forgetting Aunt Mary;
please bring her a nice lot of good
things to eat. Your little friend,
JESSIE MAI BRANSFORD.
1249 Third avenue, South.
Dear Santa Please remember me.
I am still at 1025 Warren street 1
want a doll, a "Teddy Bear," a black
board, horn, gloves and a cap. Please
remember my brother, aunties and my
treacher. Miss Laura Coleman. Don't
forget to bring some fireworks.
LILLIAN SCALES DIXON,
A HOPEFUL SIGN.
The
death rate is much higher
colored people than among
among
white
people in the same locality.
fhis is not caused by any superior vi
tality of the white race but because
they pay more attention to acute dis
eases, especially diseases of the Eye,
iar, Nose and Throat Diseases of
thee organs are often the starting
point of fatal maladies. A hopeful
,.0 1. . .' .. : . iU. r.
race has produced at least one real
Medical Specialist
Dr. C. V. Roman, of Nashville,
renn., Is such a one.
After fifteen years successful ex-
crience in the practice of medicine and
surgery and special courses in the Roy-
il London Ophthalmic Hospital and the
Central London Nose, Throat and Ear
Hospital of London, England, ne ac
cepted the professorship of DLseases
jf the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat in
Meharrv Medical College, of the
ibove-named city.
Dr. Roman is a doctor of philosophy
is well as a doctor of medicine. He
las a well-equipped office and Is glv-
ng his entire attention to diseases of
iye. Ear, Nose and Throat The buc-
:essful way in which he fits glasses,
cures catarrh and deainess, and man-
i;res the various complicated treat
ments and operations on these delicate
.mrans is truly a HOPEFUL SIGN
FOR THE RACE.
THE YOUNG
MEN'S. .LITERARY
CLUC
he Young Men's Literary Club met
Monday night. December 16, at the
residence of Mr. Eugene Taylor, 114
Lewis street After all the business
of the club had been transacted and
a very instructive program rendered,
the club was favored with several
choice selections on the graphophone
by Mr. Taylor. A very beautiful ar-
ifltrprt nhd tembtinz menu was servec
The next meeting will be held at the
residence 0? Mr. Eugene Berry, won-
, m n,sU
nl?ht' DecetQ?
If 5 Q
Dry Goods and Carpet Go.
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Square.
Carry the Best Stock o! Carpets,
The Best Assortment ol Silks and
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and Suits.
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UP-TO-DATE TAILOR.
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SUITS MADE TO OIlDElt.
Strict Attention Paid tt him' Hrk.
CU3AN1NU, DYEING AND KE-
PAIRING.
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" NFFn ANYTHING? CALL ON! "a
Richard Hill
NOTARV PUBLIC
Pension Vouchers and other impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL
Is your life Insured? Is your housi
and furniture insured? Aren t
you tired paying rent?
Office 'Phone, Main 1889. llome 'Phone Jlain 2812
OFFICE 410-2 CIS DAK ST.,
NasJivillet - Tennessee
NOTICE
The well known COAL DEALER
AMES McGOODE, is delivering coal
daily wholesale. Come at once and give
me your order for the winter. Ofm.e 409
Eighth Auenue. North.
Don't Go
HOME
Before you see the great
Holiday Line of
Toilet and Manicure
Sets, Razor and Scis
sors Sets, Cutlery and
Carving Sets, Comb
and Brush Sets, Brush
and Mug Sets, Shaving
Sets, and thousands of
other beautiful and
useful Christmas Gifts
at Bargain Prices at
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John Weis
331 Union Street
Lowest Trices in the City
NOTICE.
Mr. W. R, Polston's Christmas dinner
vlll be given to two hundred poor
'vomea and children, Christmas day,
Wednesday Dec. 25, 12 o'clock, Odd
"ellows1 Hall. Dr. S. 8. Caruthera
'a as consented to treat all the toot
WQSXW fwd. cHUdrta rm that dar,

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