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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910.
FdDIR YdDin: 4 ME1 4 7tf raEflf iVW CW TEEF SffiSL VES WAITING FOR YOU Our Christmas Programs this year are better than ever before. They are printed in three bright attractive colors, with a beautiful design of Bells and Holly. The Music is selected from the writings of the best auth ors, and is especially ladaptedto the Holiday season. The Recitations are easy to learn, the Dialogues will en tertain any audienceandlplease the children. You will be out of line if you do not use , our Christmas Pro grams. PricesI35 cents per dozenfand $3.00 for illOO copies. Call before they are all sold. 'If you are a .Sunday-School worker and propose to have a JChristmas entertainment call and inspect our line of books. No trouble for us to show them ;to you. If you Phone Main 1236 or Main 1149 you can have them put aside for you. For further information write or call at the NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD, R. H. BOYD, D. D., Secretary, 523 Second Avenue, North, - Nashville, Tennessee. war SANTA GLAUS LETTERS. Nashville, Tenm, Dec. 15, 1910. Dear Santa I want you to please bring me a doll, doll bug,;y, story book, gloves, nut?, oranges, candy and anything nice for a good little girl. LULU B. CUMMINGS, 1C26 Patterson street. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1910. Dear Santa I am a very little girl and I want you to please bring me a doll, doll buggy, horn and anything nice for a good little girl. Your dear little friend, HATTJLE CUMMINGS. 162C Patterson strfiaL Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 4 years old. My naue is Grace Lucile Price. I hare been a good little giri this year and wish to be remembered by you. My name is Mildred Katherine Price. If I haven't been good since I've teen here I don't know It. I hope you will kindly remember me this Christmas for I wasn't here the last one. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 16, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy 4 years old, and T want some fire crackers, a. little gun, automobile. Bring Brother Charles H. a wagon and firecrackers. Don't forget my sister, Irene, In Birming ham. Your little boy, ALBERT GREEN. Dear Santa Claus: This is my first year with you. I am only six months old. Mamma says I have been a good little girl. So please bring me a little piano, a big Teddy bear and a rattler. And also bring me a little ring. And bring mamma and papa something nice. I will ask you to please bring grandma and grandpa something nice. Your little bnby girl, LENORA C. BRIGHT. P. S. And don't forget Willie B. Dear Santa Claus: My name is Helen Porterfield and I live at 1732 Jefferson street. I want to be remembered, as I have tried to be good. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl and my name Is Letha Porterfield. Though grandma scold3 me at times I hope you will not forget to bring me something. Dear Santa Claus: Nashville, fenn., Dec. 9, 1.910. I am a little girl 8 years old and I want you to bring me a large col ored doll, some nuts and candy. That Is all for this time. WILL A MARY RUCKER. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl quite young. So please send me some candies and nuts ahd'scme turnupgreens. I am a good i Lttle girl. I live at 1128 Eleventh avenue, South. FiAIMA M. KYTE. Nashville, Tenn.. Dec. .5, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl just ten years old I will write to let you know what I want you to bring me. I want a red sweater with a high neck and one I can fold up around the bottom, a pair of shoes patent leather, with kid tops, a black beaver hat trimmed In red satin, a pair of red stockings, a pair of red kid gloves. I want the story book of Arabian Nights, a lot of fireworks and everything good to eat. Now, Santa, don't forget the little orphan children. Your little friend, NONIE LENORA WILLIAMS. Dear Santa Claus: I am your swet little girl, only 9 years oil. I want you to bring me a large doll pkvise. I have been yery good. And bring me a box of spar kles please. Bring me a pair of lace stockings and all things that are good to eat and a large doll head please. Santa, bring me a set of vases, if you can. I also want fireworks. And don't forget mamma, papa and Sister Captollor, and bring all something and Brother Willie and don't forg?t me. I have been very good and go to school every day. Please bring me a story book. Yours, LITTLE ALLEAN MCCRUTCHEN, Bardux, Tenn. Jefferson City. Tenn., Dec. 12, '10. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl twelve years old. I KO to Rocktown school. T am in the fourth grade. Will you please bring me some candy, apples, oranges, raisins, starsparkles, a little set of dishes, a little piano and a little doll that can open and shut her eyes. Now, I will close Yours very truly, JOSIE MOORE, JR. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 9 years old. I want you to bring me a satchel and a story book, a doll bed and a Negro doll. I want a doll machine, a tri cycle that I can ride on and a plush cloak and a beaver hat. Your little girl, RACHEL BEATRICE JOHNSON. Hermitage, Tenn., Dec. 12, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: As it is Xmas and I 0 ,to school every day and am In the fourth grade; my teacher's name la Miss Selene Patterson. Be sure not to for get her. I want a sweater, a pair of gloves and a school satchel and all kinds of good thlags to eat.. Don't forget mamma and erandma. P.ve- bye. CIIRISTEAN FREEMAN. enn.. Dec. 12, 1910. Dear Santa Claus- I thought I would write to you as it is nearly time for you and I have seen you in the paper. I want you to bring me some bananas, nuts, apples, oranges, raisins, little firecrackers, large firecrackers, skyrockers, roman mamma and papa something. I will close. Very truly, HENRY II. CURD. Hermitage, Tenn., Dec. 12, 1910. Dear Santa Clr.is: v Please bring me a doll buggy, a pear cf glove?, veil and lots of things j to eat. Don t forget mamma. Bye bye. IW??E FREEMAN. Hermitage, Tenn., Dec. 12, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: As Xmas is near here and I want you to bring me a trisycle, sack, cap and as I am mamma's baby I do not want much. Bring me all kinds of things to eat. Bring mamma a game of checkers. Bye-bye. Don't forget mamma. HERMAN FREEMAN. Jefferson City, Tenn., Dec. 13, '10. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy 10 years old. I go to the Rocktown school. I am In the Fourth B Grade. I want Santa Claus to bring me a big' wagon and some candy, raisins, oranges, apples, cake and shoes. Do not forget the large wagon. Now, 1 will close. From Yours truly, RICHARD WILLIAMS. Jefferson City, Tenn., Dec. 13, '10 Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 8 years old. I go to the Rocktown school. I am In the second grade. I want Santa Claus to bring me a set of dishes and some candy, raisins, oranges, apple?, cake and please don't forget the dishes, I will now close. From LIZZIE WILLIAMS. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 18, 1910. Dear Santa: I thought that 1 would write and tell you what I wanted. I want a wagon, tricycle and some candies. Please bring brother something, too. Bring David pap mother something too. Frother can not walk like me. My nane is R. H. Boyd. My broth er's name Is Blaine Boyd. v Flat Rock, Tenn. Dear Santa: I am only two years old and I have been good all the year and mamma hag not had to whip ne but for one thing. I will fight the cat and pet the dog. Christmas Is coming and I want you to bring me a suit of clothes and a pair of shoes and some Are works. Your kindness, LITTLE GEORGE L. PRIM. Dear Santa: I am only sixteen months old and I have been good all the year and mamma has not had to whip me for anything. Christmas is come' again. I want you to bring me" a cap, a pair of shoes, cloak and n gold ring and rubby dolls. Your kindness, LITTLE IDA MAY STRATTON, 1507 Fourteenth avenue, North. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 10, 1910. Dear Santa: I am a little girl 8 years old. I am in the third grade. My teacher is Mr. B. C. Lewis. I want you to bri ng me - a beaver hat and a black teddy bear coat and a, new dress, and remember my mother and father He wants a fancy pipe. Remember my sister, Miss Emma D. Caldwell, and Cousin Alberta Powell. Good bye, from Your little friend, ETHEL MAI FARRELL, 304 N. Clay street. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: " I am a little girl three years old. I want you to bring me a doll, a doll buggy and some furs like my mam ma's. Some nuts, candy, apples, oranges and lots of nice things to eat and don't forget my mother dear, for she is sick. Bring her something nice. And my little friend, Elizabeth Carter, bring her a doll, If you please. I am Your little friend, ESTHER ELIZABETH ALMS. 1311 Eleventh avenue, South. Nashville, Tenn., Dfc. 17, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I am here, again this Xmas. I want you to pleas? bring me a doll buggy and a lock and a new dress and some rubbers to keep from get ting my shoes muddy, and everything that is good to eat and plenty of fireworks. Please aon't forget ?ny teacher, Mrs. Perkins, for she Is so kind to me; and also iry music teach er, Cousin Henry Clemons. Bring him something nice and my little cousin out in the country, Christine. Irene, and my dear inamma and papa. I live at 17 Lafayette street. Please, Santa, don't forget us. From Your little girl, v , ETHEL M. JACKSON. P. S. am nine years old. Please don't forget to visit Mrs. Grey; don't forget Aunt Sarah and grandma and little Freddie; bring them something nice. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I want you to please bring me a doll buggy and a large doll dressed in pink and a locket and lot3 of fruit. Don't forget my Aunt Daisy; bring her something good, and don't forget my grandma; bring her something nice, too. Don't forget my dear mamma and papa and Mrs. Beaden. From Your little girl, FANNETTE SHACKELFORD,. P. S- I am 5 years old. Nashville, Tenn.. Dec. 17, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl twelve years old. I want you to. bring mo a pair of shoes with patent leather and kid tops and a new dress and some rub bers to keep my shoes nice, a tricy cle, and don't forget mamma and pa pa; bring them something nice. P. S. Don't forget my candy, nuts, dates' and Roman candles. Please don't forget to visit Miss Everlyn. Your little girl, MAGGIE JACKSON, 17 Lafayette street. r Mboresville, Tenn., Dec. 18, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy just three years old. 1 am too little to go to school but I want to go. l can say my A. B. CVs and count to 50 and I want you to bring me some tandy, chees lakers, apples, oranges and- a. little suit of clothes. Remember my papa, and my mamma and my sisters and brothers and bring them something, to remember my little cousins and all of my friends. Well, Santa, as I am. so little I haven't got so much to say and I can't write as good as my little sister can because she is going to school and I can't go because I am too little: So good-bye, Santa. From Your little boy, , CORA LOUIS FITZPATRICIC Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 18, 1910. Deald Santa Claus: I think I have been a very good lit tle boy. I am four years old. Please bring me an auto, a train, a veloci pede, a doll and a horn. , Please bring my brother something, too, because he is writing this letter for me. And don't forget to bring lots of candy,, oranges, apples, nuts, figs and raisins. I will close. From Your little friend, ROBERT WILLIS HARRIS. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 18, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little dirl and have been very dood, so please biug me two Ne gro dolls, one with black hair and one with red hair, a set of doll dishes, a lamp, doll rocking chair, candy, ap "ples, oranges, raisins and nuts. Don't, forget papa and mama. i Your little girl, ELMYRA VALENTINE, 1G12 Scovel street. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 19, 1910. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy one year old and I won't ask for much this time a3 I am so little. I want a little wagon,, picture book, set of blocks, ABC book and plenty good things to eat. Don't forget my two grandpas and; two grandmas, also remember mamma and daddy. Your loving little boy, JAMES ARTHUR" SHELBY. 701 Williams street. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1910.. Dear Santa Claua: (Continued on Page 3.)