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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 20, 1913. x
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NOTICE!
Wanted the present address or in-! beJ carl'-
formation about Caliie Turtle and
Clara Williams, two sisters. Pleatc
address
John While,
lUaiMtratl.N. Y. Box 61
ttY iUIUGtS YOUtUCf I0YW.S
Thomas' Hair Dyr is abso
lutely liarmlrss and will makr
hair sruw. Sold witu a
mon y back gunrntrr. 4 II
culors friv .50. Samples, 25c
co'n lOc postage
Ityouna e a' y kind of scalp
truube. describe your phy
sical comtiit and a stamp
wiii bring you liit-raiurr. in
diidua attention to ench
j , c,se. Don't pin tour faith to
ireams and idnoraot auprrslualiun. Thereisa
rea onfor all .uu is . ,d , ure for rr..,tol
tnem. May I be of servioe lo you?
AGENTS WJf MTBD
MM6. ALYCE H. THOMAS,
j4!7 Vsrnoo Aye., Chicago. Ill
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl seven years old.
Igo to school every day, get the cows
up for mother, after school and help
her In har house work. I am In the
1-A grade. I want you to bring me
a doll, doll buggy, and bed, dress, candy
raisins, nuts and oranges and anything
Your little girl,.
CEKTKUDE E. GE.VT11Y.
and 'William Thompson, al- my aunts j pa everything you t hink will suit liim
land uncles in Chicago. I will go toi Santa will you please bring me one
iiji'.eu of Edison's recjrds all of new
war ftihw, and Santa phrase don't
forget my friend girls, Macou A.
Nevils and Dro. Allen and Etlle E.
Pattou, all of It. S. Franklin, Teuu.
0! yes, Santa I want you to remember
my soldier friend and his I'al. bring
them something real nice. Remember
ail of my aunties and uncles.
Your little girl.
ANNUS LEE GENTRY.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 2 years and 10:
months old. I am a sweet-little girl.
I won't ask you for much this time as
you were so good to me last year. I
want you to bring me a red plush coat,
pair of shoes, and stockings, apples,
oranges, candy, nuts and everything
nice for a little girl. Please don't
forget my little sweet-heart, Miss
Louise Beal.
Your little girl,
JESSIE M. GENTRY.
know that I have not forgotten you,'
and I truly hope you won't forget me.
I am not asking for much this time.)
I only want you to bring n:c a dull
with brown or black curls and goes
to sleep, some candy, oranges and nuts,
and some nice stockings, please re-
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Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 13 years old. I
want you to bring me a winter dress,
pair of rubbers and everything nice to
eat, don't forget my little friend, she
has been sick all the fall, her name
is little Laura E. Demumber, at 123
Thomson Alley, and don't target
another one of mv friends, and remem
ber all of my uncles and aunts atj
Chicago, one of my uncles is sick, also ,
one of my mints. Think of one of ni'i
little frietnl whose name is Muttie M.
Johnson. Bring my mother a pair
of shoes, don't f irget my cousins, also
llatiio 1. Stanies and M. 1!. and W.
Franklin, Tenn..
Dec. 16, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl S years old and I
want you to bring me a doll and a
doll out fit, a cloak, candy, oranges,
raisins, nuts of all kinds. Bring my
3 brothers some thing nice also mother
and Daddy. Don't forget grandpa, you
can bring me anything that you think
would be nice for a little girl my age
Mother says that I am awful smart
and dont want you to forget me. Bring
my little cousins W'oodrow and Eliza
beth Waddy something, also Grahm
and Wm. Thompson, something nice
remember uncle Henry and aunt Laura
as they ate awful good people.
Your little girl.
rilYLIS GIBSON'.
S2 Maury St.,
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 17. 1918.
Dear Santa Clans:
I am a little girl 9 years old.
have been remembered by you
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MRS. P. R. BCRRCS,
President Hubbard Hospital Club.
W. Keynobls. Remciniter my uncle in many times. I hope you will remem-
member my little cousins and by lit
tle friends, Daddy and mother and all
of us.
Your little girl,
THELMA E. HAYWOOD.
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medlclnea, spies, enract etc. Ternia and
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in 24 hours relieves ynp in 3 days. Money
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MRS. SAIX1R THOMPSON',
One of
Matrons.
Suuth Xashville's popular:
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else you think nice for a little girl. '
Don't forget sister and brother and
mamma and papa. I will look for you.
Your little girl, j
GLADYS REYNOLDS.
Franklin, Tenn.
Dec. 10, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus: 1
I am a little boy, 7 years old. 1 1
am in the 1-13 grade. I want you to
bring me a jumping jack lire works If;
you can get any, a suit, a wagon, whis-j
tie, candy, oranges, raisins and nuts.!
Think of mother, father and my sis- j
tors and brother, bring them some-'
thing nice. Don't forget my grandma
and grandpa.
Your little boy,
WILLIE LEE RATCLIFFE.
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Dear Santa Claus r
I am a little girl eight years old and
go to school every day. I want you to
bring me a d ill, dull buggy, bed, teddy
be;r, stove, tea set, doll table, chair
and oranges, raisins, candy, nuts and
other good things. Don't forget my
dear m ither. I wil go to bed early
and put fire out. Don't forget my lit
tle play mates, Gladys and Clara Rey
nolds. Your little girl,
SADIE CRITE.
JACOBS' PHABMACT CO.
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"While he is at the front
will take care of you."
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 14, 191S.
Dear Santa Clans:
I am a little girl 10 years old, I
have been a very good girl. I want
a paper cap pistol, I want a Military
cap, some black cloth top and patten
leather bottom shoes, two vards of blue Church.
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Dec. 17th, 191S,
Columbia, Tenn.,
The Wtman's War Council hebl its
semi-monthly meeting with .Miss Susie
Iioasley on Woodside street, Monday
aftennion, Dec. Kith, the nust inter
esting fea'ure of the meeting was the
presence uf four demobilized sjldiers
in the person of Corp. W. II. Johnson,
l'niva.e J.lin McFall, Frank St:mo
and Roy Har.lison of Lewisburg. Corp.
Johns, m was spokesman for the quar
tette and male a most interesting
talk of their experiences in camp life,
wh.ch they so much enjoyed. Mrs. Dora
Perkins, Vice President of the Council,
responded in words both interesting
and impressive. The next meeting
will be at the residence of Mrs. Alice
Jjyce on Woodside street.
Rev. Overton of Cleveland, Ohio, was
in the city Sunday to preach for the HILARY e HOWSB
people of the First Uapti.st Church
morning and night service. Prof. Will
Johnson was present and made quite
an incouraging talk. Sunday to the
15. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist
Priv. Vance Booker of Co. G.
PCRD SYSTEM
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MRS. BE.V CARR AND FAMILY,
As they were some years ag ) upon
arr.ving in .Nashville.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 1G, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little bov 10 voars old and
I want you to remember mo this time!
you can bring me plenty of oranges,
apples, candy nuts, and anything else
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France and of the soldiers. Wishing
you much luck getting down the chim
ney. Your friend,
MITT IE A. GENTRY.
Lebanon, Tenn.,
Dec. 21, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a littlye boy seven years old. I
have been very good this year. I cut
wood, go after the cows for mama, so
j please bring me an automobile racer,
candy, oranges and story book, so
, don't forget to bring dady something
I nice, for ho is sick in bed, your little
i bjy,
LARRY PENNINGTON.
Lebanon, Tenn., R. 5.
her me now. I don't want many
things this Christmas. If yuu see my
daddy up town tell him to give me a
trip to Chicago next summer and any
little thing you might bring me will
be all right. Please remember the
people over there. Bring me a pair
of white canvas shoes a stove and some
dishes and a white dress.
Your little girl,
L1LLIE McGHEE.
MRS. W. J. HALE.
Wife of President Hale of A.
State Normal.
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Franklin. Tenn.,
Dec. 17, IBIS.
Dear Santa Claus:
Here I come again, I am a girl of
HI, studying the St h grade. I want you
to remember me, yuu were very good
to me last Christmas. I want you to
bring me a pair of nose glasses, black
dress with a white collar and cuffs,
pair of black silk hose, a black silk
velvet hat with a net brim, and every
thing good to eat. Santa will you
please si up over to see my uncle, E.
II. Thompson with Co. E, somewhere
In France, bring him smielliin
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 18, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I I am a little boy two years old, I
feed the pigs and chickens. Now
dear old Santa I want you to bring
me lots of nice things. 1 want a kiddie
Carte, drum, train, a pair of tan shoes
and a lots of fruits, candy and nuts
and I want some sparklers too. Now
djn't forget mamma and papa and
my two big sisters. Go by St. Louis
and leave them something nice. Re
member cousin Grace also, she wants
a lots of nice things too.
Your little boy,
HENRY AUSTIN Jr.,
ribbon, some blue stockings, a set of
china dishes, a set of ten cooking ves
sels large sige, I also want some ap
ples, oranges, candy and mixed nuts.
Your little girl,
BEATRICE JONES,
70 Lewis Street.
:!.": h P. S. Inf. Nogales Ariz( spent a
week in the city visiting relatives and
friends, he has been with the Stand
ing Army seven years, on duty for
the past live years in the Hawaiian .304-306-308 BROADWAY
Island of which his regiment left Oct. I
twenty-fourth for America and was j
placed on the Mexican borders for
duty. Rev. Womaek. pastor of the
ML Lebanon Baptist Church, who was
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TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY
We Can Furnish Your Home Complete From Parlor to Kitchen.
W a Take Old Goods as First Payment: Balance Weekly or Monthly
NASHVII LE. TENW;
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 13, 1918,
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 8 years old, I do
not want very much this time. I want
as follows: A papar cap pistol, large
one, I want a sand weight, I also want
a coaster, I want a canon that will
shoot. I also want some apples, or-1
anges, an Indian b;jy on horse, ban
anas, candy and mixed nuts, shoes and
a train.
Your little boy,
ALFORD PAYNE ROBERT, Jr. ,
7G Lewis Street.
Nashville, Tenn.,
410 Moore Ave.,
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a good little girl and go to
school every day. I am In the 4-B
grade. Dear Santa I want a doll with
long hair and a dol set of dishes, dear
Santa remember my cousin Freddie
Lee Nesby. Santa remember the poor
soldiers in far off France.
Your little girl,
MARY ELIZABETH BAKER.
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Doc. 17, 191S.
extra! Dear Santa Claus:
ordinary and leave my brother II. J.
you can think of to eat, and I don't
want you to forget mama and papa and
all of my sisters and brothers. Don't
forget my pal, J. W. and Win. Gibson.
Your littlo bay,
JAMES M. GENTRY.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 1G.191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 15 years of age and
I want you to bring me plonty of good
things to eat, a suit of clothes, apair
of shoes, size G, and don't forget
mother and father, and bring all of
my friends something nice. Remember
my sisters and brothers.
Yours truly,
Wm. EDWARD GENTRY.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:-
Iam a little girl 4 years and G
months old. I am a sweet little girl.
I want you to bring me a red plush
cloak .some shoes and stockings, candy,
oranges, apples, raisins and everything
nice for a little girl, don't forget
my little friends, Louise Beal Graham
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MRS. HENRY ALLEN BOYD,
The wife of Rev. Henry Allen Boyd.
Gentry a box of shaving soap, chocolate
chewing gum, writing paper and lots
of candy, you will find him with S.
A. T. C. Sec. B. Pine Bluff Ark. Bring
father a pair of shoes No. 8 and bring
mamma something nice, bring Grand-
I am a littlo boy 3 years old and
I have been a good little boy, will you
please bring mo a velocipede, play
horse and auto, and please don't for
get to bring mo plenty of apples, candy
and nuts. Bring little brother some
thing that he caii play with and wont
break as he is just 11 months old.
Please remember my aunt and uncle
in Indianapolis, Ind., bring thoni some
thing nice. I have an uncle in France,
please bring him something. I guess
he would like a nice little wife. Now
remember grandpa, aunt Mammy,
Daddy and Mother, please..
MATTHEW FREEMAN MARYLAND
Your little boy,
906 Jackson street.
1019 Summit Ave.,
Nashville, Tenn.,
December 17, 1917.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want a doll, some candy, nuts or
anges and apples, and a dress.
Your little girl,
VIOLET R. HILL.
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Willie Belle Flagg, Vice Prasident
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1622 Jeftesoo Street
Colored Goods a Specialty
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Fuchsia B. Miller, Seoretary
Marian M. Hadiey, Treasurer
PLOUGHS
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MRS. D. W. CRUTCHER,
Wife of D. Wesley Crutcher, one of
Nashville's prominent merchants.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am Just 11 months old, so I don't
want much only a rubber doll and
anything else you think will be nice
for me. Please remember my people
and don't forget to bring cousin Agnes
Reid something nice,
Your little boy,
EARNEST AARON MARYLAND Jr.,
Nashville, Tenn., -
Dee. 17, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am writing you again to let you
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reported sick Is much improved. Rev.
J. T. Tunstull, pastor of the First
Baptist Church of this city spent last
week in Nashville with his parents.
Mr. Early Johnson now with the
new army was in the city Sunday.
Mrs. Gertrude Lovelace of Chicago, 111.,
Is here to visit her aunt, Mrs. Louis
Nicholson whs is very sick at her
home on Cornstalk Ave. Misses Hat
tie Louis and Celia Wingfleld Intertain
ed Monday evening at their home on
East eleventh St in honor of Mr.
Vance Booker of the 25th U. S. Inf.
Mexican border. Mr. 1. M. Brown
of U. S. S. Georgia returned to his
past of duty after spending the week
end with relatives. Mrs. Lucretia
Holston left last week for St. Louis,
Mo. to sipend the holidays with rela
tives. Mr. John Tucker Is out again
after a few weeks illness.
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MRS. BESSIE MARTIN,
Popular matron of this city.
Sprlnghill, Tenn.,
Dec. 13, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me some raisins to eat,
a harp and wagon to play with. I
want a pistol too. Please bring my lit
tle sister, Minnlo L., some doll dishes
and a doll.
I am your little boy,
DAVID K. JORDAN.
ALEXANDRIA.
Sunday was a big day here. Our
pator, Rev. J. F. Neal, wais at bis
best and preached a splendid sr
nion to a large congrega.ticn. Col.
lection good. Dr. J. D. -Chavis was
through here last week! to Liberty to
bold Quarterly meeting. Mrs. Mary
Tubbs and Miss Luella Hancox were
at Liberty i:ist tweek attending quar
terly meeting. Mrs. J. F. Neal Is on
the sick list. Herscel Williams has
returned from Cam?) Sherman. He
and his wife are at the home of his
mother, Mrs. Nannie Seward. . Every
body was glad to see him. Andersen
Lyons Is Jiome from cairnp on a r5
days' furlough. Mrs. Vlney Hearn
and Mrs. eJssie Simth made a flying
ttrlp to Watertown Saturday. Lit
tle Miss Geraldlne Johnson has been
visiting grandparents at Doweltowin
Mr. Dib Burks and othem made a
flying trip to Watertlown Friday night.
Mr. John Fourth has returned from
Nashville. Mr. Can Lawrene has re
turned from Nashville. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward B. Jackson, Robert Tubbs and
Lee Martin motored from Nashville
her Inst Sunday to see Mrs. aJckson's
parents. Rev. E. R. Blaokman was
at his post of duty Sunday at the
Primitive flaptfat Church. Mrs. Con-'l
nde Hoyle and Mildred Burks are
expr ling to be In Nashville next
Tuesday,
week.
Read the Globe and keep posted. -
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WITH
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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of a place in tny library. The
minister that ha3 not the time to
peruse the Bible daily should cur
ry this most helpful little book,
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the questions asked are very deep, the answers
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In these times of higher education this book
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These may be had for 25 cents each
SEND ALL ORDERS TO
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HAMPTON INST TUTE
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
At (he close of the Student's' Army Training Corps work, that is
by December 11, Hampton Institute will organize classes for ineo
who can meet the school's regular entrance requirements
An opportunity is offered ambitious and serious students, who
have been unable on account of the war to oome to Hampton to do
eight months of work in five months.
Information and also application blanks will be furnished by
Major Allen Washington, Commandant of Cadets, Hampton Insti
tute, Va.
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