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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 4, 1903. I J Y Y nr Hjr YY vf - I Y TTJT If . 'All J f . 1 1 , I 1 t 1 I 1 L 11 11 n Those who arc best prepared for the Christmas Holidays arc those who prepare for its coming in advance. We hare already pnt in onr large stock of HOLIDAY GOODS for the Sunday-Schools. Send in your order real soon. The Nashville people as well as those living in towns 'near by should call and see our stock. ft ft T? YY ft YY YY YY its r JUST THE THING FOR YOU, Our Santa Qaus Log and Brick Houses GIVE THE LITTLE ONES A NICE TIME. ' m Villi., J r Hi 3D 11' Ifo. 6128-H. For Matform Decorations. Sfcce of house -is 8 feet wide, 7 feet deep and 7 feet fcigh. Consisting of light wod frapiework front and both ends covered ( ;witV bfjick PPr Roof of loose boards covered with cotton, the latter sprinkled with Snow Sparkle, to give , a frost effect. . House trimmed with green pape festooning. We famish 5 sheets of brick paper, suffi cient to cover one side and , two ends, and for making chimney; also five lintel sheets for door and window lintels, and four small windows the outfit for $B.OO, prepaid. v 1: ftlK-I. Large sheets of paper, sire 32x44, printed la colors. A perfect im ttsytioa of logs. Por making log cabins (framework to be fwood). Size of abin, 8 feet 6 inches wide, 7 feet 1 inches deep and T feet 2 inches high. Outfit consist of 16 sheets of Log Cabin Paper, 1 Windows, Red Brick Chimney Paper, ami fall directions for building same. Por the roof, hoards are to be used, the froat covered with cotton batting, stc. . price of out fit;$2,80, prepaid.' Car Lf Casta is a decided novelty, m! will create great interest at Christmas Entertainments or church festivals. When nicely pt together, as It san be by any Ingenious person, it will attract ranch attention and be a special delight to the children.. Our Papsr Festooning can be used in con uoetloa with the log home as shown la tut elsewhere. Kf AIL ORDERS TO dip - -feJ w saj, 1 w 523 Sccad kmm. North. NASHVUli. TENN. I.I THE BRICK CANDY BOXES. Three sides printed solid with narrow white lines, the other side represents a room scene on Christmas morning. It contains a decorated fire place found by opening the front which will change by the turning of the wheel on the inside. Half-pound sizes only $2.SO per hundred: 3 Sc. per dozen, or Sc. each. BRICK CANDY BOX. NEW CHURCH. An atiractive box, representing a church with dormer- decorated with hoi v. Lithocraohed in coi- n ,':.V': .. pound size only. $2,00, per hundred; M hJ$yri V .per dozen: Sc. each. f " l tI- P;; V;' r,nRMiir.nPiA r.ArMnv rhy h m mx'MA windows. ors. Half- 30c very styusniand dodu tive with holly and berries. Hall-pound sizes $2BO per hundred; 3 Sc. per dozen; Sc. each. ! HOLLY CANDY BOX. it.ii j.. u... .!,...; J L j ' 5.4. ti.XVvr-..':'-,!-''lW. ! iiony i.uuuy dux uf iuuiuuy uecoraieu wuu nony .ioii'j 1I1U IIUII-UUIIU Villi. . W .l hundred: 30c. oer dozen: Sc. each.' INKW LHUKU1, SANTA'S REINDEER CANDY BOX. Lithographed in colore showing Santa in his sleigh loaded with toys, also Santa slowly descending the chimney. Half-pound sizes only. $2.SO per hundred; 3 Sc. per dozen; 5 c. each. HEXAGON CANDY BASKET. Printed in colors. New design. Half-pound sizes only. $2(SO per hundred; 3 Sc. per dozen; S c. each. REINDEER BOX. : -MOVING PlGTlf JUVENILE BOX. Printed in colors. Attractive and Illustrative. They please the little ones. "Old King Cole" scries. Half-pound sizes only. $2.00 per hundred; 30c. per dozen; each. Sc,,. , , On receipt of 30c. postage we will send . one each of our candy boxes as sample. i ''-. . .... MOVING PICTURE CANDY BOX. NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD, 523 SECOND AENUE. ' NORTH, Nashville, - - - Tennessee. If ?? ft v? V? V? tt ft yy y? yy yy yy yy yf y? 'ft y? yy yy y? yf ff ff ff f f ff ff f f . ty ff ff ff ft NON-RBSkDBNT NOTICE. LIZZIE DOUSLXSS TS. ISAJLK BUGS.ASS. In this ause it apiaring to the satisfaction of the Oowt that the de fendant ii a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, therefore . the ordinary process of lav can not be served upon him:, it i therefor ordered that said defendant ntr his appwiraac herein at this next term of the Davidson Oanty Ciwniit Court, to be holdea at the Court House in Nashville, Ten nessee, on the Fourth Monday in De cember, it beiffr the 2Sth day thereof, and defend, or said complainant's bill wfl'l be taksn for confessed as to him and set tor hearins ex parte. It is therefore ordered that a copy of this order be published for foHr weeks in successin in the Nashville Globe, a newspaper published in Nashville. W. E. COOK. D. C. L. M. HITT, Clerk. T. G. BWING, Solicitor for Complainant 4t 11-20-08. THANKSGIVING SOCIAL. Th Strollers' Social Club gave its first annual social Thanksgiving even inff, at the residence of Miss H. L. Woolridge, of Hynes street. The hon ored of the evening; was Mrs. H. L. Wadt', of St. Louia, who is a very pop ular visitor iB the city. For the oc casion the hostess had arranged many aK.ract.ive decorations. The c.lh colors, yellow and blue, were much in evidence throughout the house. In the dining-room the table, from which a three-coursw sapper, in cluding wines and ices, was served, had for a centerpiece, a battenberg square on which was a vase of maid enhair ferns. . This nurrouaded w7 candlesticks and ribbon candy made an . attractive picture. Punch was served by Mrs. Alberta Burton. The guests, numbering about sixty, en joyed many interesting games and music until a late hour. . Mrs. H. L. , Wade left the city last week to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. C. H. Boone, of Clarks ville, before returning to her home in St. Louis, Mo. MERCY HOSPITAL NOTES. Miss White, the head nurse, is giv ing satisfaction. All .of the patients, twenty-three in number, operated upon by Dr. Dan Williams have reebv. cred and returned to their homes. The classes in nurse training this year are the following: Senior class, 4; Junior class, 6; Freshman class, 10. The Saturday clinic is always heavy. Friday, December 4, is Donation Day. Everybody is invited to come out and bring or send their donations. Miss Bessie B. Patton is managing the Burt Infirmary in Clarksville for one month. Mrs. S. II. Norris is nursing a case seven miles on White's Creek pike. Miss Lawrence and Miss Cummings have just come in from nursing pri vate cases. Dr. E. E. Nesbitt, of Memphis, has just arrived with a patient to be op erated upon. . ADVENT AT HOLY TRINITY. Beginning with next Sunday, first Sunday in Advent, and lasting for nine mornings at 7 o'clock, there will be a celebration of the Holy Commun ion at Holy Trinity Church, The pevice rvill be but one-half hour. Advent is the season of preparation for the spiritual coming of Jesus at Christmas which service will be in the morning at 7 o'clock. The public invited to come and worship in the preparation service. The Bishop of the Diocese will visit the church on Sunday evening, December 11$, at 7:30 p. m. for the Apostolic Rite of Con firmation.. c HADLEY SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. 6 B: Louise Snowden, Johnnie Gentry, Viola Nolen, Robert J. Sher rill. 5 A: Hattie Duke, Susie Jennings, Mamie Parker, Samuel Fleming. 5 B: Leona Driver, Pearl McKis sack, Prince Ella Swift, Susie Weak ley. 4 B: Charlie Rodgers, Helen Whitelow, William Haynes, Bassilia McCarter, Ellen Thompson, Martha Turner. 4 A: Lizzie Jake's, Ernestine Cross, Samuel Marbles, Gertrude Haynes, Emma Davis, Annie Mai Ray, Nannie May Brooks, 'Sophia Ander son, Mary Hodge, Louise Harmon, Nannie More. 3 A: Fairman Crawford, Ollie Dale, Martha olloper. LADIES' AUXILIARY. This orgaiization is one of the many that are doing a great work for St. John Church. Madame E. C. Cof fey and her band of noble workers Feem to never tire. They are labor ing under many disadvantages. Ma dame Coffey has been President of this courageous band of women for seven years and her words to the la dies are always "Onward and up ward." This organization was begun under the administration of Rev. D. E. . Johnson. The pastor now in charge, Rev. A. Brooks, had the pleas ure of meeting with the ladies on last Friday afternoon, and he expressed himself as being highly elated over the work. He said, "Before another twelvemonth shall have passed over, all the loyal members of St. John ought to be a part of this organ ization, for there is 'work enough for all of us, so work we must." The Auxiliary met at the residence of Mrs. iMalissa Chroma, 1116 Church street, Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, with Madame Coffey in the chair. The meeting was opened with song, and prayer by the Rev. A. Brooks; song, led by Miss -M. B. Topp. Paper was read by Miss Mary Julia Wright, after which the previous minutes were read. The roll call was next in order, the largest amount being re ported by Tyree Camp, Madame Cof fey, Captain. Mrs. Bashie Williams was appointed Captain of Grant Camp. Madame Sarah Ewing was formerly Captain. "God be with you" was sung for closing, after which the fololwing menu was served to the number of thirty-five or forty: Chick en salad on lettuce, beaten biscuit, sweet pickle, chocolate with marsh mallow, orange and lemon in egg- kisses, deviled food, spice and almond and white layer cake. The next meet ing will be at the residence of Mrs. Lizzie Jackson, 423 Eighth avenue, North, the third Friday in December, 1908, entertained by "Mrs. Jackson and Miss M. B. Topp. ' New members are always welcome. TELEPHONE MAIN 2703. JOLLY EVENING. A number of young people were en tertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rhodes on last Thursday even ing. A color scheme of crimson and black prevailed in the decoration of the dining-room table, where a tempt ing four-course menu was served. Those present were Misses Hattie B. Bryant, Nannie B. Thomas, Donnie Davis, Frances Thompson, Delphia House, Mary A. Cheers, Celia Hen- D. WELLINGTON BERRY, . Public Accountant and Stenographer. Copying and Mimeographing. PRICES REASONABLE. 410 1-2 Cedar Street, Nashville, lenn. WANTED Competent printers. Steady employment guaranteed. V rite to National Baptist Publishing Boa-d, 523 Second avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn dley, Ora D. Wadley, Cora B. Wade, Jennie V. Anthony, Annie M. Anthony, Lona Grant, Bessie Rhodes, Messrs. S. W. Rushing, Van Watson, Rich ard G. Johnson, Alexander B. Fisher, William Poyner, Louis Wilson, Dave Meredith, U. R. Rucker, Shirley D. Cliffe, Horace IV Harris, Stanley White, Will Robertson, R. Wade Sey mour, J. M. Taylor Samuel Harris, Samuel II. Rhodes, F. J. Rhodes. SAN ANTONIO THE MECCA. Dr. G. J. Stamps, a member of the recent International Congress on Tu berculosis, Washington, D. C, and specialist on all lung and chest dis eases, in addition to the use of the Nebulizer, Compound Oxygen, and Compressed Air, is using the best remedies introduced at that Congress by the leading medical men of the profession. He is located in San Antonio. Tex as, the city designated by the World's Medical Congress in 189G as one of the best for people suffering with any form of lung trouble. Those desiring to visit this health resort write Dr. G. J. Starnes, 324 W. Commerce street, San Antonio, Texas.