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Letters Written to Santa Claus'
by Pupils of Lott School. /
-How are you? Fine I hope. I want
a doll, pair of bed roora slippers and
some fruit. Martha wants a tea set.
Please remember Cephas and bring
him something nice. Bring Pauline
Herin a tricycle.
', Pauline Derrick.
Please' Bring me 3 doll, carriage,
-doll bed and fruit. I want you to
bring Billy a wagon and lots of fruit.
Jim wants a cap pistol and fire works.
Sallie Mae Pardue.
How are you getting along? Fine,
I hope. I want you to bring me a doll
and a doll .carriage, a piano and some
fruit. Artell wants a cap pistol and
some fire works, also'some fruit. Vera
wants a doll and a tea set and some
fruit . ?
Bye bye, Santa.
Dear Santa Claus:
I will write you a few lines to tell
y?u what I want for Christmas. I
want you to bring me a doll and tea
set. Please remember my little broth
er and sister. Wilson wants a horse
and a wagon and a horn. Louise
wants a doll and rattler. Carrie wants
a box of stationery. Quinton wants
a bicycle. Papa wants a knife and
mama wants a lamp.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want a bicycle and some fruit.
Mama would like a box of silk hand
kerchiefs. Papa would enjoy a box
of cigars. Carrie wants a manicure
set; Quinton wants a roadster Ford.
Wilson wants an aeroplane. Baby
sister would-like a doll and carriage.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me an air rifle, some
shot, a bicycle and some fruit.
A. P. Franklin.
Dear Santa Claus :%
I am a little girl nearly six years
old and I am going to school. My
teacher's name is Miss Lottie Der
rick. I like her fine. I want you to
bring me a pair of bed room slip
pers, a doll, a carriage, a mouth or
gan and some fruit and candy.
I am your friend,
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to bring, me a cap pis
tol, an air rifle, some buck shot for
the rifle, some' caps for the pistol. I
would ilke a train or an automobile,
or just any kind of toys you have. I
would be glad of the ugliest false
face you have, one with long beard.
I want to scare my teacher and school
mates. We are going to have a Christ
mas tree at our school.
With love to Santie.
S. T. Carpenter.
P. S. Please bring our principal a
bundle of switches. S. T. ?. .
Dear Old Santa:
Bring me a knife, fire works and
some fruit. Bring my little sister, Em
ma a doll, some ducks, fishes, A. B. C.
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book and some fruit. Mama wants
fruit. Bring Miss Lottie a ?box of pe
v ' J. D. BusbeeV
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to bring me a doll, doll
bed, piano, carriage and some fruit.
Dear Santa Claus: s
I want you to bring me a doll, doll
bed, apples and candy. My little sis
ter wants a doll, (candy and apples.
Leon wants a cap pistol, fire works
and fruit. Mama wants a box of
handkerchiefs. Papa wants some ci
I want you to bring me a doll car
nage, doll bed, piano, rubber ball,
ire works and fruit.
I will tell you what I want for
Dhristmas. J want a knife, ball, fire
vorks and fruit.
I will tell you what to. bring me
cor Christmas. A wagon, a train,
;inker toys, soldiers, knife, mouth
)rgan, cap pistol, ?fire works and
Yours ever, ,1
Please bring me an air rifle, shot,
md fruit. Bring Miss Lottie a box of
I want you to bring me an air ri
fle, shot and fruit. Bring Miss Lottie
anything she wants.
Ernest and Thurmond Boatwright.
I would like to have a bicycle and
some fruit. Please remember my
brothers and sisters, also Papa and
I Grady Ouzts.
Please bring me an air rifle, cap
pistol and some cap?, a bicycle, a
mouth organ and some fruit.
Dear Santa :
Please bring me a doll trunk, a box
of handkerchiefs, fire works and
fruit. My little brother wants a wag
Dear Santa Claus:
I want an air rifle and lots of
fruit. My^ little 'sister wants a doll
and carriage. My little brother wants
a horn and aeroplane. Bring both of
them plenty of fruit so they won't
j Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to bring me a bicycle,
? air rifle andv shot, false face, fire
works, cap pistol and all kjnds of
fruit. Sister wants a ruby ring, watch
bracelet, bed room, slippers and a doll
that will go to sleep and wake up,
wilh real long,, curly hair. Dad and
Mama said'just a little fruit would
do them. Bring my teacher, Miss Lot
tie Derrick^ one of your nicest pres
Dear Santa: 4
How have you' been getting along
since last Christmas? I am anxious
to see you. I want you to bring
Mama a box of handkerchiefs, Papa
a box of cigars; Lottie wants a vic
trola ;. Martha, a pair of bed room
slippers and myself an air gun and
three boxes of shot. I don't know
what our principal wants, you will
'have to talk with Mr. Dasher while
Mrs. Dasher is at school and find out
what she wants.
, Wilson Derrick.
The Red Hill News.
We are having some pretty weath
er to go to school now, and we chil
dren are going-to try to take the op
-We regret very much that Mrs.
Montez Quarles and family have
moved to North Augusta. We wish
them success in their new home.
Miss Eileen Youngblood was the
guest- of Miss Myrtice McClendon
last Saturday night.
Miss Lavina Smith spent the week
end with relatives at Beaver Dam.
Mr. Abbie Prince who has been
working in Batesburg is now at home.
v Miss Daisy Gardner of Antioch,
spent last week in our town. '
Miss Jennie McDaniel spent the
week-end with her mother, Mrs. John
Burnett at Bearer Dam.
Mrs. John Burnett is teaching the
Beaver Dam school.
Mrs. Louise Brown of Parksville
was the week-end guest of Miss Thel
ma Wood. I
The many friends of Mr. Rufus
Johnson-were sorry to hear of his
sickness* .Hope' he will soon recoyer.
Miss Mae Stone is visiting rela
tives in Modoc. 4
Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Corley are
occupying the home which Mr. J. T.
Johnson owned, Mr. Johnson having
moved to Florida. We hope they are
well pleased, in their new home.
Mrs. Lizzie Prince xpras the guest
of Mrs. Charlie McDaniel last Tues
Mr. L. J. McClendon and son went
on a business trip"-to Augusta Mon
Mrs. Ed Dukes of Augusta is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams.
Messrs Charlie Bussey and Mil
ledge Crawford of Modoc were the
pleasant guests in the home- of Mr.
and Mrs. 0. J. Holmes last Friday
Miss Aminee Quarles who is now
in Augusta is greatly missed by her
Misses Thelma and Ruby Wood
spent last Saturday night with Misses
Lou and Lena DeLaughter, also Mrs.
We wonder how rn^ny^ New Year
resolutions each and every one are
going to make.
Wi^h best wishes to The Advertis
er and a Merry Christmas to all.
Auditor's Notice For Return of
Personal Property and
All persons owning property', both
real and personal, or in any capacity,
as husband, guardian, executor, ad
ministrator or trustees are required
to make returns of the same to the
Auditor under oath within the time
mentioned below and the Auditor is
requiredf by law to add a penalty of
50 per cent, to all property that is
not returned on or before the 20th
day of February'in any yeai.
All male citizens between'the ages
of 21 and 60 years except those ex
empt by law are deemed taxable
polls." The 50 per cent, penalty will
be added for failure to make re
For the convenience of tax pay
ers, I or my representative will be at
the following appointed places on the
dates mentioned to receive tax re
Ropers, Monday January 9.
Meriwether, (Thurmond's Store)
Collier, Wednesday, January ll.
Red Hill, Thursday, Januery 12..
Winn's Store, Friday, January 13.
Cleora, Saturday, Jariuary 14.
Pleasant Lane, Monday, January
Meeting Street, Tuesday, January
Johnston, Wednesday, January 18.
Lewis Clark's Store, Thursday,
Trenton, Tuesday, January 24.
The office will be open to receive
returns from first day of January till
the 20th day of February, 1922, as
prescribed by law..
J. R. T?MMERMAN,
Auditor, E. C., S. C.
The season for Christmas giving is at hand, a season when we bringa joy and
gladness into the home by presenting'loved ones with some token. ,This year
above all others Christmas giving should be along practical lines-^give something
useful. Your selection for every member of the home-circle can be easily maple
from our big stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Men's Furnishings. It
will be a pleasure for us to show you these goods and assist you in making your
selections. Furthermore, we ?an save you money, as we are making very close
prices in every department.
Come to Our Store to do Your
We are very grateful to our friends for the success of our big sale. The jar of
money which was given free was drawn by Mrs. Birdie Davis of Edgefield: It con
We Will ^Appreciate Your
UNDER OPERA HOUSE
EDGEFIELD, SOUTH CAROLINA
? . 1
Credit Bureau is Being Inst?
I Some weeks ago announcem
was made that our chamber^ of c<
merce would install a credit bur?
for the benefit of the merchants i
business men of Newberry. The
stallation of this bureau was und
taken only after several mercha
asked that it be done, and in ad
tion to this, a canvas of the city v
made to determine whether pr i
the ones that did not ask for it wai
ed it. This canvas resulted in the fir
mg that every merchant and busin?
m?n in'the city who are members
pur chamber pi commerce want
According to'reports made by Se
retary McDaniel, the installation
the' bureau is being made very rapi
ly; more than two thousand nam
have already been turned in. Befo:
it can be completed, however, eve]
merchant must tum in his^ list.. A
instructions have been furnished j
them and Secretary McDaniel urg<
every merchant to tum in his list <
once, in order that the bureau ma
be completed as soon as possible.
It is pointed out that when th
bureau is completed it will be th
means of saving the merchants an
business men many dollars in bad ai
counts, as through this channel the
can find out the rating on every pe:
son in Newberry county who buys o
credit, and in view of the fact th
service is give a free, it should b
given the support and cooperation o
every merchant and business man i
the city.-Newberry Herald an
News. . .
(The merchants of Edgefield shoul
open a credit bureau. Such a mean
of exposing the dishonest purchase
is not unfair, to the honest man an<
no honest man objects to his recor
for debt paying being known.-Th
Edison Says Muscle Shoals
Plan Will Succeed.
Orange, N. J., Dec. 12.-Thoma
E. Edison, who recently accompaniei
Henry Ford on an inspection trip t<
the government's water power devel
opments at Muscel Shoals, Ala., to
day declared the automobile manu
facturer could make the Muscle pro
ject hum, not only getting his renta
but a good profit for the people."
"Fertilizer, which he would manu
facture, is in great demand in th(
South," said the inventor. "In north
ern Alabama I saw cotton fields witl
short stubby plants stunted for lac!
of fertilizer. What the people neec
is a cheap fertilizer. The price ii
too high now. The crop would bt
doubled arid employment .given tc
about 1,000,000 people if the Fore
project at Muscle Shoals wen1
"One part of the plant is practi
cally ready for operation except foi
the completion of the dam, which
Fqrd wants the government to build
before he leases the property. The
government says the dam would- cost
$45,000,000. Ford estimates the cost
at $30,000,000. I think Ford's figure
is about right.
'?Ford will guarantee to take profit
your best fr
will relieve y
Just take a
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pills Y- ork like magic
Cet a Box of
of only 8 per cent, ip operating the
plant. Who else would want to do it
for that? If the profit exceeded 8 per
cent, the price of fertilizer would be
Mr. Edison emphasized that his
connection with the plan was advis
"Ford has a bright mechanical
mind," he said, "but is weak in chem
istry, and that's where I come in."
We have the most beautiful dis
play of Fine Candies ever shown in
Edgefield. Fancy Gift Packages, be
side f/esh stock in our regular lines.
Fine Chocolates and Mixed Candies
in any quantity.
COLLETT DRUG CO.
In selecting Christmas gifts
invite you to come to our stor
ment of Perfumery, Toilet /
in beautiful Holiday boxes. V
these goods, giving you a lars
We also have a large ste
Firecrackers, Roman Candiel
ties in explosives.
Let us fill your orders foi
Figs, Dates, etc. Santa Cb
purchases for the stockings o
IT WILL BE
Ss Not Dull
i the Liver
doesn't seem worth the living*
knds annoy you--everything goes
nces are, your liver is out of order,
fix it up,' things are likely to be
?TOW. You can't find anything that
on more quickly and effectively than
iles1 Liver Pills
couple when you go to bed to
feel a lot better in the morning,
ts an occasional laxative?" these. little
-Pretty Hats Make Good
We are running a $1.00
sale in Winter Hats. Also
a few beautiful Patterns
for much less than cost.
Buy one of these hand
some hats for your daugh
ter. She will appreciate it.
Youjs for a Happy
Norris Millinery Co.
Johnston, S. C.
i for friends and loved ones we
e and see our beautiful assort
articles, Fancy Stationery and
Ve carry a large stock of Candy*
;e assortment to select from/
?ck of fireworks, consisting of
i, Skyrockets aind many hovel
r Fresh- Fruits, Nuts, Raisins,
ms can make ithe bulk of his
f Edgefield county at our store.
A PLEASURE '