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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1910.
. -r- j 'I Havp. You Visited Either of Our 20 Stores i.ecenuy r.j N 1 items: Mr. W. E. Cariraore, of Chicago, 111., brother of Mrs. A. M. Townsend, of 610 Webster street, East Nashville, Is visiting his sister. Dr. J. II. Hamilton, of Smyrna, Tenn., was in the city Sunday after noon visiting Miss Mattie D. Bon dman t, ot Howard School. Dr. Ham ilton will spend the holidays in South Carolina. ' Miss Mattie D. Bondurant leaves Saturday to siend the holidays with her mother at Martin, Tenn. While j $ she is away Miss, Bondurant will vis- f n nt.hpr nortions of West. Tennessee ?!? and anticipates a grand time. ltt r in; I. C r- T Is, Mo., is in the city to spend the i t holidays-as the gus-t of Mrs. Roga! Hollins, of 2510 Batavia street. u Miss Willie H. Cooper will spend ! Master Eugene Fugett and his cous in, little Miss Clara Allen, will spend the holidays in Alurfreesboro the guests o.f their grandma and grandpa and their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller. ' Mis. Ellen- Hancock, of Jefferson street, has been seriously ill for two . weeks. At this 'writing she .is slowly j improving. I Mrs. G. L. Straiten, of 1507 Four- U teenth avenue, Noi'th, will spend the f Christmas In Alurfreesboro, Tenn., I with her sister, Mrs. Lytle. ; i Miss Novella 12. Jones, of Avondaie, ! $ i in our city, and' is stopping with. ; & Rev. and Mrs. II. J. Johnson, of 61bjf Webster street. -1 Mrs. Jesse, Smith, of Gt. Falls,1': Mont., fnnnerlv Mrs. Maiv Hint on. sister of Mrs. Anna Gray, and their. niece, Mrs. G. E. WilLams, formerly Miss Georgia Lawrence, ei Duncans- by, Miss., are visiting Mrs. Gray, at 21 1413 Washington .'street, and will be : nleaseri to receive their manv friends. M 8. d MILAN'S iOIE BOOK. tX5000COOCOOGCOGCOOOOOOCOO THE LORAINE SOCIAL Ci-UBfl i U Uul was the social given by the "Lo- T'.niiif Riifinl Pliih" Mri flair oi-oninir at '1.3 the residence of Mr. an.l Mrs. 1 una. 'H Cash, 1441 Thirteenth avenue, South.! Dancing and games were the features , t of the evening. At a late hour a two j 1 course menu was served. Those ; , present were Misses Ora L. Copeland, ; Sadie Wilson, Addle Allison, Georgia ! Moore, Jennie Lowe, Mamie Ashford. ! f Lottie Jackson, Jenice Flemings, Wil- j lie Mae Johnson, Daisy Turner, Lou-; J ise and Leiia Dillahuntv. Anna Ynmis-. 1 Cl AlaffiriA Htct Inrvlnn Uinm,. ' t OCJ'V -uwaw U W . MIA , XTilAllJ i and Anna Couch, Maragrei Hynes, ; Willie Mae Anderson, Bessie Rhodes, j k M casts. Amos Gregory, Henry anil Si Andrew . btockard, Joseph Johnson, Albert Allen, Thos. Cash, Jr., Edward Dillahuuty, Epperson. Bund, Bolden Liggons, Wai. Allen, Howard Tinnon, Charks i owell, Dave Boxley, Join Love, Arthur Taylor, Eilie Reed, James Woods, Wiliam Laws, Ira Davis, Frank Johnson, Leon Hurt, Thomas Works, Hawson Harden, Eu gene Evans, Louis McAdoo, Rogers Rhodes, Leslie Abernathy, Jesse Smith, Michael Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Cash was assisted in receiving by the Misses Couch. Y. M. L. CLUB. '. The club will meet on Tuesday De cember 27, at the residence of Mr. II. J. Stockard, 1616 State street., at eight o'clock. The last week passed somewhat busy and a full attendance without a meeting as every one was could notbe had at this meeting of the 27th Mr. J. Leech, vice president will deliver the Christmas addres,3 anj on the following week the new Year address will he delivered by the president, Mr. E. L. Kinzer. The sub ject will be "What shall the young man do?" Visitors are especially invited to attend theso meetings. Cards were sent out last Tuesday to a number of young ladies to inter est them in the organization of a Young Women's Literary Cii as an auxili nVft'he Young Men's Liter ary C U illis movement has been antieipaieu ir :ne time and with the meeting Friday, December '23, it is hoped to be come a reality. ATL DKC 21 r la3 WHIST PARTY. Miss Salie uvall entertaTned a few of her friends on Friday evening, December 1G at her nome on North Sixth street. She was assisted in re ceiving by her sister, Miss Willia Du vall. Dancing and whist were the features of the evening. Miss Bes sie Cockrill and Mr. Versa Whittaker presided at Ihe piano. At a late hour p. salad course was served. Miss Duvall will leave on the 25th for Bowling Green, Ky., where she will spend the Xmas with her friends. YouwiUsctMlisplayertsi tempting array of seasonalHo delifacics, FRUHs, CANDIED NUTS, 1-K1S, KA1S1NS, ( Alvtb nntl CAML1) (;0DS llmt. ro 'imlisnonsable to the seas.n of lestivitits and good cheer. What is c apiM-ov'riatc for a Christinas present than a It ASK FT OF FINK Fit I1 IT or a 1J0X OF T A ISLE DELICACIKS? uv F;iekiiii! sold Sliippisii; Faeilic Ave at Your Servke mm U'J ! ! more I Iiuva fhe ideal dessert for the winter season. BO Iaes tlie ftncst Pies .Von ever ate; 1 j Li I E l One-paund tins enough for four portions. IWB 1 11 Go just the riht flavor; full of rich fruit Pudding ;Ssi?ke a wVnr M eat fXm,ds 25c No. I enys ul'V " riw j Extra choice quality thin-skinned TVFT Carefully selected and properly mixed; vbll1GL3!C!t and tender. The original .packets lYiLle! a o()c vallle - j- ISaasinsK..... 15C Nuts VpoW..,..- ; ; : !i Is the verv thing you have Ol TITSrOffl Ri"h1' frni bSt toUUaMCimil been looking for; mnkes UllOCfl lVJIlC materials; a very popu- WoitdeFlmtii- rim Candy !Kd:v: ..,pour:.s ., 25C TOUVrOES-Lnge Noli FOKN-S olid packet- j C01t.N-Fni.cy , Mine- ' FIIE CH I'EAh Fin- s"r::.c::ns .. 25c .25s 2j5c ;:m I5e :r 25ehy1::i .100 35c . 25c "JTitEJlK UitlNl) UirAM)MAS WO. NO Ell KXTUACTS-A big oOc (JE h ATI N E-Plain or sliced Pine Apple QA ItAKl Xi F0WI)EK,oMp value- Acidulated-. A. No. '2 cans per can ZUC a 50c value-cau ... Zjb onb' pneknge SPLIT SILK tTZr ft cuL!z EVAPORATED HimS fr;-,,,,,, 170 PEACHES 1 .25c mUTS, RAISIPJS, FIGS Layer Figs (4 Crown,) 2 pounds I'ulled or Natural Figs, large and waxy, pound ,. Pulled or Natural Figs, very fine, pound Brazil Nuts, 'J pounds , Brazil Nuts, large, pound..... .... Jumbo Pecans, ' pounds Walnuts, Grenoble's, pound , London Layer Raisins, pound 25c :20e 15e .Mm: . 1 "c ,e:ic 10c Lir-'j, F i i:v Cluster Raisins l-p utr.l p ickages,...15e Fireworks for All the Folks The largest display in the city at our store, Uiidge Avenue and Front Street. 100-lc Japanese Torpedoes, per package 5c Skyrockets, L'-ouncc, per dozen ..... 10c Skyrockets, G ounce, perdoztn 40c Chinese Crackers (short stem), '.I packages 5c Roman Candles, 10-Bnll, per dozen . ...20c Roman Candles, -1-Ball, 3 dozen... 20c Roman Candies, 20-Ball, per dozen 55c Largo Red Apples Per peck 0 Per barrel $1.50 Wine Sap; Per peck lOc Per barrel $5.50 BOX APPLES ALL SIZES, KEI), .JUICY Fit U IT Perbox.$2.()0, $2.25, $2 15 BLEACHED CELERY Per bunch 5c Per dozen OOc FRESH OYSTERS Standards, quart : 45c Selects, quart.- C SWEET FLORIDA OftAWGES 5 cu s to suK'ct ffinu, all Luicv, bright, thin-skin fruit I'er doivi, , 1 .", 25c, l'er box, any size 32.75 Family Pail Gandy, a choice mixture, O-Eb- pails, 35c Fancy Mixed Candy, throe pounds 25c FREE PREiVllUFaS SAVE YOUR CHECKS -ARE VALUABLE. THEY uuiiLL L Our 26 Eau, aJ Main Store, Stores will 101 Pub. Sq. be Open rl L 8 Phone M. 435-1232 at Nigfht all this Week iintr1 m (hjifii 'iiMfrt rtikf 1 ti nil Hi i CENTERVILLE NOTES. Mrs. Mary Walker has returned home after a six weeks' visit at. her children in Neelyville, Mo. A most enjoyable concert was given here Friday night by Miss Sophronia Mayberry. " Her school has closed and she will return to htr home at Frank lin, Tenn., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Foster, of near rine Wood, have moved to this place. Mr. and Mrs. Singsang Walker and their mother, Mrs. Amanda Walker, left Saturday for Muskogee, Okla., where they will make thir future home. Mrs. Clara Dell Fotty, of Cardcn tmrg, is visiting hm- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nunnelly. Mrs; Nttter Gray and daughter, Miss Augusta Gray, spent last Sunday in Centerville. John Anna Nunnelly, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Nun nelly, who has been very sick, is im proving. Mrs. Lalecia Nunnelly left last week for Oklahoma, where she will join her husband, Mr. Ely Nunnelly, who has been there for some time. Mr. Isaac Walker, a strong social ist of this place, wants to know if any the correspondents belong to the socinlipt party. MARRIAGES. Joe Blackburn and Rosie Carpenter. John Jennings and Eliza Wilkes. Thomas Moore and Annie Martin. William Fennell and Cora Pittman. William Terry and Minnie Lee War ren. Simpson Frierson and Dora Annie Scruggs. Tbos. Lee and Ilattie Osborne. Charles Jackson and Bessie Lee Of ficer. Sam Barkee ?nd Emma L. Gray. Charlie Harris and Sallie Dennis. Henry Elders and Bell Morris. Richard Murray and Leana Falkner. DEATHS. Infant of Carrie Wharton, 32C Four teenth avenue, North. . Robert Hill, 27 years, 113 Bucks Al ley. Geo Carney, 1 year, 1C21 rear Ce dar street. Thos. Elliott. 2-1 days, 1117 First avenue, South. Wilson Souther?, 39 years, 409 Burks Alley. Benjamin Franklin Bluing, 1 year, 1C3T) Sixth avenue. Jiorth. Elizabeth Lyons, 30 years, 1120 rear Pearl street. Joe William Herbert, 5 years, 1011 Private street. Liblie Burgin, 2-1 years, 1120 Tor terfield street. James Malona. 21 years, 125 rear Eleventh avenue, Nortn. Clara English, 9S years, 2S39 West Hill street. Dempsy Jones, 5C years, City Hos pital. Lizzie Biddi.v, CI years, 327 Third avenue, South. John Harris, 2 months, 1103 Cedar street. L(f Jennings, 30 years, Lou iisville, Ky. Thomas Snell, rear C15 Peabody street, 1 month. Hannah Robertson, 501 Thirty-second avenue, North, 46 years. Lou ven ia Carter, 906 Stephenson street, 37 years. Thomas Frazier, rear 1050 Thir teenth avenue, South, 5 days. r.nis jewis, ivzi wmtn avenue, I North, 1 year. j Rosetta Russell, 907 Tenth avenue, j South. 1 month. j Infant of Rufus Williams, 101C Six teenth avenue, North. Infant of Ilattie Goodman, Alley rear Mlteontu avenue and Church street. Ewing Hall Gentry, 19 years, 803 Tenth avenue, South. James Goodall, 2 years, 814 Main street. Robert Rivers, 22 years, 1019 Stev en street. Haze Moore, 70 years, 823 Division st root. .Maria Denney, 53 years, 1356 Fourth avenue, South.