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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, &ECEMEEIU0. 1913.
3; fill l ti UlSWllUUU $ ii u uuy y We are overbought on. Furs. The mild winter delays selling, therefore, we have decided to close out all our New Furs at cost. Full stock of Black Fox, White Fox, Lynx, Mink, Seal and Red Fox.. An opportunity to buy Fine Fur Sets and Neck Pieces at cost before Christmas. All at cost on account of the mild season. V .11 TIMOTHYS Suits At Cost We want to make a record sale this month, therefore we are closing out: our fine Suits at cost. All TI MOTH Y'g) Coats At GO This means a clearance of our elegant Coat stock. We have had a big season's trade and want to clean up. All TIMO PTT HYS B Tresses jt (Lost vThe opportunity is yours to get dainty, seasonable Dresses cheaper than they were ever sold in Nashville. Tine lPntMIestl UDodIIIIsc, EirraipdDiPttcBcdlg lo IEskbIii We will sell a Doll at $1.00 that is Worth $2.00. Our Dolls are selling freely, but we have too many. 81.00 Silk Stockings 50c We have been farored 'with a mill's overplus of Stockings known m "run of the mill grade." They are made of firm quality pure thread Silk, and come in White, Gray, Champagne, Tun, Brown, Heliotrope and other color. Apron Ginghams at 5c a Yard Are 8c qualities In all the different size checks in Browns, Blues, Pinks, Black and White; on sale Monday all day at, yard.... 5c IFui? Trimmings Ermine Skins, 36 Inches long and 3 Inches wide, with heads, $2.00 each. Brown Fur Bands, 3 inches wide, $1.00 yard. Every width and color in fur trimmings, White Fur Bands, 3 inches wide, $1.50 yard. Blankets made at Lebanon, Tenn. The best Blanket on earth for the price. W bought 500 pairs. Tennessee Home-Made, All Wool Blankets, 11-4 size, 5 pounds weight, a pair $5.oo ONLY AT TIMOTHY'S The Big Blanket Sale Indian Blankets, Navajo Blankets, each ...$2.00 Navajo Blankets for Dens and Lounges, each $2.00 Gray, Tan and White Cotton Blankets, per pair 85c Jray, White and Tan Cotton Blankets, worth $1.50 $1.00 Large heavy Wool-Nap Blankets; Gray, Tan and White $2.00 Tan and White, Blue and White, Gray and White and Pink and White Plaid Wool Blankets $3.50 Full Size All-Wool Blankets In Plaids and in White, Gray, Red; worth $5.00 $3.50 All-Wool Extra Large Blankets in solid color and plaids; worth $6.00; our price $1 50 Extra Quality Large All-Wool Blankets in Gray, Tan and Plaids ; $5, $6, $7.50 and $10 Rugs for Christmas Presents $ 3.00 Axminster, 27x54 Inches, at $1.50 $ 4.25 Axminster, 3x6 feet, at $ 3.00 $1S.50 Axminster, 6x9 feet, at $12.50 $18.50 Brussels, 9x12 feet, at $12.50 $47.50. Itoyal Wilton, 9x12 feet, at $35.00 $12.50 Royal Wilton, 9x12 feet, at $31.95 $30.00 Extra Axminster, 9x12 feet, at ... $23.45 $35.00 Extra Wilton, 9x12 feet, at $27.50 1 J Presents for Children Character Dolls 10c up to $1.C0 Dressed Dolls 50c to J5 00 Sewing Boxes, furnished , 25c to $1.25 Fur Seta and Neck Pieces. Rain Coats and Rain Capes. Children's Dresses $1,50 to $6.00 Doll Buggies ....$1.00 to $2.50 Animal Toys, Sheep, Horses, Dogs, Etc. Presents for Men Fancy Boxes Half Hose, Handkerchiefs and Tie 75c to $1.25 Military Seta of Brushes $1.50 to $8.00 Safety Razors $1.00 to $2.50 Toilet Sets and Shaving Mirrors $2.00 to $8.00 PRESENTS FOR LADIES Cut Glass and Bric-a-P.rac, Silk Hosiery and Gves. Silver Mesh Bags and New Leather Bugs $1.00 to $10.00 Toilet Sets and Manicure Sets, Prophylactic Hair Brushes etc 50c to $2.50 Fancy Battenberg Centerpieces. Automobile Veils (In fancy boxes) $1.00 to $5.00 Fur Sets and Fur Pieces. Evening Gloves in Fancy Boxes. Kid Gloves j100 to ?3 50 Kayser's Leatherette Gloves, a pair $1.00 Linen and Lace Handkerchiefa iq t0 $2.00 Dec. 9, 1913. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a story book, rib bon, dress, sparklers, fruit,' candy, a doll and some tan stockings, and everything good. WILLIE FREEMAN PORTER, 1605 Scovel Streea, Nashvillt, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Dec 17, 1913. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy 4 years old. 1 Avlsh you would bring me a train on a track an d a sled a .wagon and some frulas and nuts. ; n Dm a n Don't forget mamma and papa and sister baby. Bye, Bye, from BISHOP HART, 1726 Jefferson St., 1730 Jefferson St, Nashville, Tenn. Dec. 9, 1913. Dear Santa Claus: The reason that I am writing my letter so early Is that I hear that you are doing your Christmas shopping early this year. Well I am seven years old and am going to school. My teacher says that I have been a smart boy and U11LA.RY B. HOWSE PHONE, MAIN 1U96 HOWSE BROS. FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS . TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY Wc Cm Furnlab Your Hami tuMjt ttan barter to t ltehcn W Tak fOA Cwli First tywaf, Balrae wckty r MobUUv aa33&2Q3 UROAtrWAY NASIIYI LLETEXNn M 4th Ave., Jeweler DIAMONDS Silver Novelties, Cut Glass, Toilet Sets, Gold and Silver Umbrellas, Vanities, Clocks, etc. Why Shyer's values arc always the Besf. Those who have come from far and near to buy their Christmas goods at our store realize that we have an ususnal establishment. Honey spent with us all goes for Jewelry. We don't shift upon customers the burden of an expensively man aged store, full of fancy fixings that don't add to the value of any thing you buy or to the pleasure the presents give. We cut out all needless cost of operation and can, therefore give the best jewelry values in the city. I handle only high class, dependable goods, and every article carries Uncle Shyer's guarantee. lean show the larg est stock of mounted and unmounted Diamonds South of the Ohio River. My loan department furnishes me many bargains in fine. Perfect Stones. They are here, come and get them. I handle Antique Jewelry and Silver and buy Gold and Silver Jewelry and scrap. Open every night until December 25. N. B. SHYER, 238 Fourth Ave., N. mamma says I have been a good boy. So, I will ask you to bring me a street oar with a trolley, an auto, some fire works, paper cap pistol, a little wagon, a Magic lantern and Buch things that you think a little boy ough to have. ROBERT WILLIS HARRIS. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 2, 1913. rJear canta Claus: I am a little girl 10 years old, I wish you would please bring me a doll and a buggy and a set of dishes and some oranges and some unts. Don't forget my little baby sister .who Is 5 months old, bring her a locket. lye, Bye, from ARABEL HART, 172G Jefferson St. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 2, 1913. Dear ''anta Claus: I am a little boy six years old. I wish you would please bring me a bank and a train on track and a wagon and some fruits and nuts. Don't forget mamma and papa and the baby. Bye, Bye, from DOCK A. HART, 1726 Jefferson St. Dear Santa please bring me a horn and a train and Negor Doll and a doll buggy for sister. R. II. BOYD, JR. 1502 14th Avenue, N., Nashville Tenn. Dear Old Srnta Claus: ,1 am a very small girl nearly three years old and as this Is .the first year that I have wanted toys so I would like very much to have a good many toy. Mother says that since Daddy has gone, you wont remember me much, and for this reason, I am go ing to be pleased with anything you will give me. Remember my sick grandfather. Lovingly, MAJOR T. HUNT, 724 Smiley St. Dear Old ganta Claus: I am- a little boy six years old. Please bring me a painting set, a tin wagon, pump, fruit candy, nuts and lots of good things. THOMAS KINZER PORTER, 1G05 Scovel St, Nashville, Tenn. Dear Old Santa Claus: ay Please bring me a Mather Goose story book, a pair of tan stockings, a doll, ribbon, candy, nuts and fruit and everything good. INDIANA L. PORTER. 1605 Scovel St, Nashville, Tenn. Daar Santa Claus: Please bring me a horse and wagon, some candy, nuts, fruit and please don't forget little sister Barnestine Webb, mather and farteh. 1605 Scovel S., Nashville, Tenn., W. R. D. PORTER. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 9, 1913. Please bring me a painting set, a horn , a tool set, printing set, a wind mill and some candy and nuts. JOHN PORTER, 1G05 Scovel St., Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 9, 1913. Deal Santa Clause: Please bring mo a sled, horn, story book, a pair of scates, a B. IL: shot gun and all kinds of fire works. Please don't for get mama and grandma . I am your little boy, JAMES N. JOHNSON, 828 Lischey Ave. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 5, 1913. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl two years old. I want you to bring me a pair of red shoes a pair of red stockings and some candy, unts, oranges, figs and apples and don't forgot my little brother Henry he wants an express wagon and .plenty of good things t eat and don't forget my mother and grandmother. Sincerely yours, JtOEERTA MAYS, 1813 Cedar St Nashville, Tenn., Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 8 years old. I wish you would bring me a doll and a table and some chairs and a buggy. This Is all I have to say. Good byo. P. S. Don't forget mamma and paja and my little sister. WINNIE CORRINE HART. 1726 Jefferson St. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 19, 1913. Dear Santa Claus, I am a little fellow, not quite a year old, wasn't here last year. I want you to bring me a. high chair and a doll and good things to eat because I have got two little teeth. Santa don't forget Da-da, and mama also my two grandmothers. One of them lives in Dayton, Ohio, and don't iorget my three great grandmothers. Santa don't fcrget my little cousin Mattie Lou. I am a little boy, ALBERT JAMES ALLEN, JR, 140S-14th Ave So. Goodrich, Tenn., Dec. 1913. " Dear Santa Claus, I am a little girl five years old. I want you to please bring a doll, a doll trunk, to put her clothes in and a set of doll dishes and some apples, oranges bannas and candy to eat. Please remember my little sister baby brother and also mamma and papa. From your little girl, LUE IZER WILKINS. Goodrich, Tenn., Dec. 1913. I am a little girl 3 years old. I want you to please bring me a little doll, a trunk a set of doll dishes, and some candy, apples, oranges and some bananas. Please bring my little sister a lit tle doll, and some good things. to eat Don't forget my little baby brother please. Lovingly your little girl. OLL1E MAY WILKINS. Goodrich, Tonn., j Dec. 1913. I am a little boy seven years old. I want you to bring me "some apples oranges and a horse. Remember mamma and papa. Bring them some thing3 nice to eat. Yours truly, WILLIE RYE WILKINS. Goodrich, Ten., Dec. 1913. Dear Santa, Claus, I want you to bring me a coat, a hat, a ball, a french harp for Christ mas. Remember mamma and papa. Bo sure to bring mamma some candy Remember , my brother and Bister c-.nd bring them something good too. From, COLNEL MAYBERRY. I Goodrich, Tenn., Dec. 1913. Dear Santa Claus, I am a little bov 9 veari old. want you to bring me a french harp and some candy, apples oranges, raisins and a knife. Remember mamma and papa. Dont forget my teacher, Miss Addie Griffin. Lovingly yours, WALTER LOUIS WIJLJCIN&. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 9, 1913. Dear Santa Claus, Please bring me a B. B. shot gun, billy goat and a wagon. I am a little boy. I want a doy wagon. Don't forget my two grandmas and grandpapas, my Sunday-school teach er and my school teacher. From a good hoy, S. W. FRANKLIN, 1710 17th Avenuo. I am a little hoy four years old. I am very smart and mind my papa and mamma, so please don't forget me. Please bring me a little rocking horse, a train and a track for it to run on, a little bulc overcoat some shoes and plenty of fire works, f. .it and unts of different kinds. Don't forget my little cousins In Petersburg their address Is R. F. D. No. 1, Pox 11, and don't forget grand ma either. '.ring me anything else you think I would like to have. From your little boy. HERMAN CARTER, 221 Morris St., P. S. Don't forget my cousin la Nashville. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 7 years old. I CO tj School nm In tlm lot A mnl. ' ..... ... 1. giaua and I want you to bring me a writ- ins ui'bK ana lots or good things. Remember my little friends and grandmas and grandpa, also mamma and papa. Your little slrl, DAISY BELL DODSON, 1734 Jefferson St.. Nashville, Tenn. WANTED LADY A (rood atemtv. frapher at once. Write and ax. plain everything. Will furnish transportation and if party does not like Job, can return at my expense. B. H. FIFJL.DS, Real Estate Agent and Funeral 'Di rector. Sheffield, Ala.