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160500 COLORED LABORERS
For permanent inside work at Badin, N. C.
Free transportation for yourself and family.
Ship every Tuesday and Friday.
For further information, apply to
U. S. Employment Service
175 Eighth Avenue, N.
to school every day. I am la the 1-A
grade, Miss Lena Bransford Is my
teaober. Please bring me a doll, a doll
j buggy, a doll bed a piano, a little Iron-
stove, a table a trunk, tub and wash
board and something nice to eat. Please
don't forget papa and mamma.
Your little girl,
MANILA GREEXS.
223 15th Ave., W.
Springfield, Tenn.
Springfield, Tenn.,
Dec. 10, 1913.
Dear Santa Claus:
I um a little boy 6 years old. I go
to school every day. I am in the 1-B
grade. Please bring me a train, auto,
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 18, 1913.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to please bring me a
big doll dresser, a doll bed to fit my
largest doll.two bows of hair ribbon,
a pin cushion to go on my dresser, a
' pair of house slippers, a shawl anl cap
to match. Santa bring mamma a
peace of cutglass to go on her sideboard
and don't forget papa, bring every
thing good to eat.
From your friend,
PEARL ALLEX.
180G Thompson, St.
Nashville, Tenn.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am nearly three years old and have
been as good as little girls usually are.
I go to Sunday school with Miss Jen
nie Dunson and play with my little
brother. Please bring me a doll baby,
a buggy, a black velvet coat and cap,
a pair of shoes, dresses and aprons,
Irons and dishes and all kinds of
Christmas goodies. Please don't for
get my grandmother, Miss Jennie.
Your little girl,
EUDORA LUCILE BOXLEY.
1612 Scovel St.
2022 JefTersonSt.,
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. IS, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
You have always remembered me.
Now I am asking to be remembered
again. I wll bo grateful for whatever
you bring. Please remember, Mother,
Daddy, sister, brother and my aunties.
Your little friend,
SADIE MAI FRANCES YEARGIX.
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 18, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am now a little boy 3 years years
old and I want you to please bring me
a tinker toy box, automobile, A. B. C.
book, a suit, some gloves and nuts and
oranges. Don't forget mother and my
Daddy in Chicago.
Your little boy,
L. V. ALLEX, Jr.,
1G08 Scovel St.
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. IS, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl only two years eld
and I live at 14th and Scovel street.
Please bring a doll, doll buggy, stove,
dishes and a coat and cap. Don't for
get some oranges and apples. Bring
mother, grandmother and grandpapa
something nice.
Your little fclrl,
MAMIE CARUTHERS.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a year and 6 months old. I
have been a good boy. I shout like my
grandmother and I am sure you will
be good to me as I did not want very
much last year. I would like to have
a little wagon, train, boy doll some
blocks and a pretty cap and rompers
and please don't forget my Daddy, who
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is sick, remember mother too. I love
all kinds of fruits and candy.
Your little boy,
DAVE H. BOXLEY, Jr.
1612 Scovel Street.
Jones, Tenn.,
Dec. 6th, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
Since the Huns have been defeated,
and our boys have brought glory and
honor to the home of the free and the
land of the brave, I am coming again
with my annual plea. I am 12 years
old and I love my books. I canned some
fruit last summer, and I have some
chickens and geese. I have been good
and patriotic during these war times.
Now I want you to come across. I
want candies of all kinds apples, or
anges, nuts and a Negro high brown
doll. I shall by all means look for
you on the night of the 25 Inst.
Your little friend,
BERTHA LEE JEFFRIES.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 7 months old.
Since this is my first Christmas. I will
not ask for much this time. Please
bring me a pair of bootees, a teddy
bear, a rubber rattler, a crib, blanket
and a ring. Don't forget papa and
mamma.
Your baby boy,
JAMES HOWARD COUTS.
1209 Leota St.,
Springfield, Tenn.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 9 years old. I go
923. 11th Ave., N. 1
Nashville, Tenn.,
Doc. 15. 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy two years old and
my mother says I am a very sweet
little boy, and I want you to please
bring me a drum, a horn, a train and a
little auto and plenty of good things
to eat.
Your little boy,
JOHN HILLEARY MADDIX.
912, 11th Ave., N.
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 15, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 10 years old. I am
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MRS V. II. McGAVOCK,
Wife of W. H. McGavock of the city.
a horn, a drum, a top, an ice wagon,
a milk wagon and some nice thiugs
to eat. Bo sure not to forget my
brothers and my sister.
Your little boy,
ROSCOE GREEXE,
223 15 Ave., W.
Springfield, Tenn.
not going to ask for much this year,
but I want you to bring me a doll, a
little sewing machine, a little alum
inum cooking set, and a story book
and plenty of candies, nuts and fruit.
Your little girl,
CALLIE MATTIE MATTHEW.
ROf.lANUE, FINE and PASSION
LOUIS WilBEK
IN
The HAND that ROCKS the CRADLE"
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STAIR THEATKE
Christinas Day
Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
Dec, 16. 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please don't forget to stop by my
house. I am a good little boy only six
years old. I don't go to school, but
I study my lessons at home. I am in
the 1-A grade, I can write all of my
lesson and I write my dear mother I
love you, every day. Now Santa bring
me a little auto, some pretty spark
lers, raisins and oranges, and a nice
picture book. I don't want very much,
because I want the soldier boys to be
remembered by you. I say my prayers
every day, three times, so I ask God to
bless you. I hope you won't take the
"Flu" so you can't get to come out.
Well good bye.
Your little boy,
St. JOHN N. FLORER,
P. S. don't forget grandma, she
wants an apron and something nice.
Springfield, Tenn.,
Dec. 10, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy nearly 5 years old.
I am writing to you that you may not
forget me. Please bring me a wagon,
a train, an auto, a drum, some toy
animals and soldiers. Some fruits and
nuts. Bring little brother, James
Howard a rattler, bring mamma a ring
and papa a pipe. Don't forget
Mamy and Faris (Peneltha)
Your little boy,
T. G. COUTS, Jr.,
1209 Leota St.,
Springfield, Tenn,
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Nashville, Tenn.,
912 11th Ave., N.
Dec. 15, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 7 years old and this
is my first year In school. My auntie
says I am a very sweet little girl. I
am not going to ask for much as I
have to study my lessons, but I want
you to bring me a doll, a doll buggle,
a little kitchen cabinet and anything
else you want too, and plenty of can
dies, nuts and fruits.
Your little girl.
CONSTAXEE LENA. MATTHEWS
Lynchburg, Tenn.,
Dec. 3, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
Kind, sir, I am a little girl 13 years
old and 1 want you to bring me a
few little things as I am a poor little
girl. I want you to please bring me a
pair of over shoes, size No 3 1-2 and
some candy and oranges and apples and
bananas.
Your little girl,
JOHN C. TAYLOR,
Boonevllle, Tenn. .
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