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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910.
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ANY Congregation can have its wants
supplied by securing one oi our Quar-druple-Plated
Table Silver ware Com
munion Sets at a moderate price and on
reasonable terms. A set consists of bne
flagon, two goblets and two bread plates. If
the church wants more goblets or plates,
they can be furnished at an additional cost.
The. commemoration of the Lord's Supper is
a' very sacred ordinance. The custom for
centuries has been to have special vessels
for this occasion. Thus a communion set
becomes an important part of this service.
Many churches have used the old-style com
munion set while others use an individual
set. Both are appropriate and well-recommended.
One is no reflection upon the other.-
FOR- FURTHER. INFORMATION CONCERNING PRICES AND TERMS.
URITE TO THE
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH SUPPLY Co.,
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
523 Second Avenue, North, & NASHVILLE, TENN.
crackers, roinan candles and a little
wagon; Santa, I so to school every
day; I am in the second reader and
my teacher's name Is Mr. J. B. Jonea
and I want you to bring him a sweet
heart lie hasn't one. So good bye,
Santa, from'
Your little toy,
FRANK MITCHELL.
Mooresville, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1910.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am. a little girl just five1 years- old.
I go to school fever day. I am a good
little girl and I mind my mamma and
Mary Bridges, for she Is so kind to
Good-'oyp.
From your little girl,
EST ELLA MAE DOUGLASS.
1014 Harrison street.
Shelby ville, Tenn.
"Dear Santa Claus I am a little
girl only four year3 old. Of course
I cannot write, but my elder sister la
writing for me. Santa. Claus, I am
not going to ask you for much. I
only want a big doll that can open
and shut her eyes. Santa Claus,
wont you please bring me a tute-tute
papa. I have five brothers and one train? Santa Claus, please bring me
sister and they want you to bring
them something. I want a little doll
that sleeps, candy, crackers, orange
and seme overshoes to wear to school.
Remember my little baby brother.
Bring him some candy, too. I want
you to bring my papa a suit of clothes
and he said he wanted you to bring
him a hundred pounds of flow and
a whole hog. So remember my cous
ins and my brothers and sister. From
Your, little girl,
WILLIE MAUD ITZPATRICK.
Dec. 16, 1910.
Dear Santa Claus:
I ami three years old. 1 do not go
to school but I write on my slate at
home. I try to be good, so please
bring me a rocking horse, an overcoat,
a cap and a pair of shoes. Bring me
some toys and a lot of carfly, nuts
and fruit for I call for something
good every day. Don't forget the
others.
Your dear little boy,
ROBERT E. W ATKINS, JR.,
1505 Twelfth avenue, South.
a ferrls wheel and a merry-go-round,
a play monkey and a bniy goat, as
this Is my first time I have written
to you, I will close.
From your own little girl.
NELLY MAE CLABOURNE.
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PRESIDENT.
ALBERT W ATKINS,
PROPRIETOR.
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS.
(Continued from Page 2.)
I am glad to see you again. I want
you to bring me a football suit, I am S
years old but I want a 12 year old suit
because I am large for my age, and I
waut a foot ball and a nose protec
tor, a pair of earcapsa pair ot stock- f JMy number is 902 North
ings, a story book, Hand Christian street. That Is all I want.
Anderson, and a little auto and some p. S. Don't forget my little sister,
nuts, apples and candy and all kinds ,Cora. Byo bye, from
I am a good girl. 1 will write and
tell you what I want: a doll with
curly hair and coal black eyes and
that will go to sleep. Please bring
me some candy, orange3, nuts, apples
and raisins. I am eight years old and
go to school every day. I have been
a good girl at home and at school.
Seventh
of fruit. Bring momer and father
something.
Your little boy,
J. B. SINGLETON, JR.
111G Jefferson street.
Yours, truly,
. & LUCY RUFFIN.
My
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a good little boy eleven year?
old. I want yen to ploase bring me
an air gun and a blue surge suit of
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From.
Your little friend,
IRVIN IIFARD.
Please don't forget my Aunt I-earl,
P.SO 23rd avenue.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy six years old
mamma s:
ail this year. Will you please bring
me a fire engine and a book and lad
der and fa rocking horse and. a pair
of kid gioves and lots of nice things
to oat? Please don't forget my mam
ma and papa.
' Your little friend,
J ERR IE. CIIUTCHER.
310 Twenty-third avenue.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little TJoy six years old and
my dear papa is dead. I hope you
will not forget me this Christmas.
I want you to please bring me a fire
engine and a hook and ladder and
some blocks and plenty of fire works
and lots of nice things to eat. From !
Your Iittl? friend,
ELLERD HEARD,
P. S. I am a good little boy and
dnp't forget my good Aunt Pearl.
340 23rd avenue.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 12, 1910.
Dear Santa Claus:
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1910.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am just four years old and do
not go to school yet. I am a very good
little griri. I want you to bring me a
doll that $111 go to sleep and bring
me some oranges, candy and nuts and
lots of other good things to eat.
Please don't forget my little Brother
Charley and mamma and papa.
Yours truly,
SYLVIA ELIZABETH GEE,
541 Ramey street.
Mooresville, Tenn.", Dec. 15. 1910.
Dear Santa Claus: '
I am a little bey just eight years
old and I want you to bring me some
Dec. 17, 1310.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am not quits six years old.
can read and write tiulle nicely.
go to school to Mi. Reed. She is
very sweet wren I know my lessons
well I shall not tell the r-iSt.
want you to please remember her.
Please bring me some of everything
you bring Sister Earlene. We always
have everything alrke. Do not ror
sr'e-t irrandma. g-andna. napa and
mamma and all my 'little cousins,
shall try to be good. From
Your little
THELMA O. W ATKINS,
1505 Twelfth avenue, Soutlh
Nashville. Tenn., Dec. 17, 1910
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little late writing to you,
but I hope you will, not refuse to
bring me something. I am nine years
old and I try to be good and smart
Please bring me a colored doll, that
can " open and shut her eyes, a doll
buggy, a set of furs and a 'cloak. Ai
so some fruit and wuts of all kinds
Please do not forget my little cous
ins. Ardelle . and Irene McKisasck,
also my cousins, Preston, Bessie and
George Overall.
Your little girl,
EARLENE WATKINS,
1505 Twelfth avenue; South.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1910.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl ten years old. I
am in the. 4th grade. My teacher
Is Mrs. Mai Young. 1 have tried to b
good all the year. I want you to bring
me a dress, hat and a doll, plenty of
randv. nuts and oranges and some
fire crackers. Don't forget my grand
pa and grandma, also my Aunt Lucy
and my father. Good bye, from
Your little eirl.
EVA POWELL.
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Dear Santa Claus:
Mooresville, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1910.
I am a little boy just ten years
old and I want you to bring me an
automobile-, a horse nnd buggy and
fire crackers, candy, cheese, crackers
oranges, apples, raisins andevery
thing good von have to eat. I go to
school every day. T am In the sec
ond reader and my learner never
has to scold me at all. My teacher's
name is .T. B. Jones and I want you
to bring him everything he needs and
I want you to bring him a teddy bear,
I have a sister and I want von to
bring her something nice. STie wants
some kid glover, and a gold ring. I
have some brothers: they want you
to bring them something. Remember
all my clnssates and all my friends
and my cousins and my teacher, espe
cially. From
Your little bov,
RANSOM MITCHELL.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
boy one year and eight months old.
T have been good and bad, too. Now,
Santa, bring me a chair, wason, pipe,
sack of tobacco and a horn. Don't!
forget my Aunt Sadie. 1
I am your little bov,
ELLIS J. DAVIS.
.- P. S Don't forget little Blanche
P.abgh.
Lewlsburg, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1910.
Dear Old Santa Claus I am a little
girl eleven years old. I want you to
bring me a doll. I want a 15 cents
doll, and a 5 cents doll, and a set or
dishes, ..and a set of chairs, and a
little bed, and a table, and a trunk.
Dear Santa, I want you to bring all
my friends something that Is nice,
and don't forget my teacher Mr. San
dy J. James. Bring Mai Berry some
thing that is nice and my Sunday-
School teacher Mrs. S. J. Ewing, and
my Sunday-School Superintendent
Mr. G. W. Marsh. And don't forget
my mother, and my brothers and
sisters. I want some bananas, apples,
raisins, oranges and all kind of nuts.
have a little niece, put her some
thing on the other side. Don't forget
my cousin Annie Leggett and her son
Peter Leggett. Bring us all some
thing to eat. Bye-Bye.
Yours truly,
EVA LEGGETT.
Dear Old Santa I am a little boy
nine years old. I go to school every
day and try to get my lesson well,
but mamma says I haven't done as
well as I could. I want a suit of
clothes, and a pair of shoes,' please,
and alL kind of good things to eat,
and fire works. Please don't forget
my aunt and my dear little cousin,
and mamma and papa and sister.
Your friend,
WALTER LEE THOMPSON.
1505 Jefferson street.
Rich Creek.
Dear Santa Claus I have been a
good little girl and learned my books
well this year. Will you please
bring me a necklace, and some rib
bons for my hair, and some candy,
and apples. I have two little cousins;
bring them something nice too, and
dear Santa, please remember my
mother over at Mllltown.
LITTLE CORA LEE STORY.
Dear Santa Claus I have been a
good little girl. Please bring me a
doll and go-cart, some shoes, hat and
goodies.
HAZEL EMMA BAKER.
Dear Santa Claus I am a. little
girl two years old. Please bring me
a coil, snoes, srociungs, rxmnei, arm
go-cart. And don't forget slsfer, baby
sister, mama and papa.
MATTIE MAI BAKER.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
girl two years old. Please bring me
a doll that I can't break and some
goodies. I have been a very good
little girl.
PIIINETTA AGNES BAKER.
Dear Old Santa Claus I am a little
girl five years old. I thought I would
write and tell you what I want you
to bring me. I want a teddie bear
and a doll that can open and shut her
eyes, and candy and nuts. Please
old Santa. I have been a good little
girl and please bring me what I ask
for. Please bring my doll a little
hat. Now don't you forget my little
brover and moser and Fasher. As
Ibis is my first time, I will close.
Hoping to see yon soon.
Your own little girl,
GEORGIA ANDERSON.
Shelbyvllle, Tenn.
Dear Santa Claus I am late writ
ing this year, but I'll tell you what
I want you to bring me. I want
a post-card allium and all kinds of
fruits and nuts and candies, and any
thing lse you think would be nice
for a little girl eleven years old. I
wont a-k for much this Christmas.
I've been a very good little girl and
I go to school every day and I'm very
i-mart. And I go to Sunday-school.
I 'lease don't forget my mother and
sisters, grandma and brother.
I'm your, friend,
SUE SARAH MURRAY.
I live on Main street.
Nashville. Term.. Dec. 17, 1910.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
girl seven years old, in IB grade.
Please bring me a doll, some dishes,
a table, a little broom, some over
shoes, fire works, and a lot of good'
things to eat. Santa, please do not
forcet my two little sisters, Cecilia
Bell and Mattie Louise. They want a
doll and a rdano.. And do not foriret
candy, oranges, bananas, cheese, mamma and my good sweet grandma
Dear Santa Claus I am a little
girl only five years old and it Is my
first time to write you, and I thought
I would write and ask you to bring
me the things I tell you I want. I
want a little teddy bear and a little
bill ikon doll and a little set of do'l
dishes for my little billiken doll to
eat out of. Santy, please bring them
to me. Dear Santa Claus, don't for
get my little brother ann sister and
mudder and my step-father and step
sisters and brothers. I will close.
From your little girl,
MARY CLAYBOURNE.
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