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For Constipated Bow
The nicest cathartic-laxative in tho t
worid to physic your liver and bow- J
els when you have dizzy headache,
colds, biliousness, indigestion, or up- f
set, acid stomach is candy-liko "Cas- c
carets." One or two to-night will 1
in the Kitchen
Copyright. 1921, Western Nawapaper Union. .
By ELEANOR E. KING.
N THE kitchen of an apart
ment building in the city !
was seated a large, husky :
man with a little girl of j
about seven, on one knee, !
sud a boy of perhaps six, on the oilier
"Rut grandpa, I don't see why Santa |
Claus doesn't come," said little Doris.
"We have waited so long out here In j
this old kitchen."
At this, .Master Fred laboriously j
climbed down from his grandpa's knee
and ran over to the kitchen door, and
theil to the window.
"Isn't it disgusting, grandpa? I
can't even see him coining."
"Well, you know." said grandpa, as
Fred climbed back upon bis knee,
"Santa Claus was a little boy once
himself, and he knows bow Impa
tient little boys are. He bas a hard
time, though. Every year lie has
more boys and girls to bring toys to
than he had the year before."
"Rut grandpa," said Doris, "I never
knew Santa Cluus was ever a little
"Oh, yes," asserted grandpa firmly.
"Once upon a time a group of fairies
around In -in
open place under
some trees and
they found a
little baby asleep.
They took the
baby to their
queen. The fair
ies loved the little
baby, so they
begged the queen
to let them keep
him and take
care of him. The
and the little boy
., 'Claus'thrived un
F^wlb^fffi?wv ,,er 11,0 <n"'t' ?'
If ???^llllrWA me fairies."
"S-h-h ! Grand
pa, 1 think he's emuming, Interrupted
Fred as be again climbed down
and ran to the window. "N'othlng
doing," be said wit li much disgust and
gave a signal with his arm like the
flagman does when telling a train to
(Trundi>a obeyed the signal and con
tinued : "He lived under the caro of
the fairies until he grew to be quite
a man. Then the queen ordered ber
fairy workmen to build 'Claus' a hut,
as he was a mortal and could not live
the way thc fairies did, any longer.
'Claus' had lots of time when he got
Into his new home and he occupied lt
by carving things. The fairies had
taught him how to whittle and he be
gan making all sorts of toys.
"There was a village some distance
from his hut and every time he heard
of a little hoy or girl down In the
village who was sick, he took them
one of his little toys. The children
grew to like him ever so much. After
a while he became acquainted with
so many children that he found lt
hard to get nround and see them all
so often. He decided that he would
work all year making toys, and then
go nround and find out which of the.
children had been good, and leave
"When the fairies heard of this
plan they were delighted and gave
Santa Chins four
reindeer and a
sled to be!]) him
"After m a n y
years of this hard
work Sania filans
bedail to show
that he was grow
ing old. The
that Suntu Claus
was a mortal and
would die. so
has come," some
one shouted from
the front room.
What did they do?
"They gave Snntn Claus everlasting
life so that he could make little chil
dren hnpp.V always," finished grandpn.
"Ob, I nm so glad," said both of the
"Now, to see what Santa brought,''
said grandpa, and nil three made a
rush for the parlor.
Colds Causo Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tnhlct? rcmovo tho
} causo. There is only one "Promo QninlDC." E. W,
' GROVE'S signature on the box. SOc
els, Sick Headache,
, Bilious Liver
ntl pty your bowels completely by
norning, and you will feel splendid.
'They work while you sleep." Ca3
sarets never stir you up or gripe like
salts, pills, calomel, or oil, and they
:ost only ton couts a box. Children
ovo Cascareis, too.
50UND over all waters, reach out from
The chorus of voices, the clasping of
Sing hymns that were sung by the stars
of the morn.
Sing songs of the angels when Jesus was
With glad Jubilations
Dring hope to the nations I
The dark night is ending and daunt has
Risc, hope of the ages, arise like the
All speech flow to music, all hearts beat
as one !
Sing tin' bridal of nations, with chorals
Sing out the war vulture and sing In the
Till the hearts of the people kap time In
And tirj voice of the world ts the voice of
thc Liord I
Clasp blinds of thc nations
Ju strong gratulatlons;
The dark night is ending and dawn has
Rise, hope of the ages, arise like th*
All speech flow to aiuslc, all hearts beat
as one I
Blow, bugles of battle, the marches of
East, west, north and south, let the long
Sing of glory to God, peace to men ot
good wilt I
Hark, Joining tn chorus.
The heavens bend o'er as I
The dark night is ending and down has
Rise, hope of the ages, arise Ilks th*
And speech flow to* music, ott hearts beat
as one I
-John Greenlsaf Whittier.
And the Postman
Passed the House
011 M Any QR AH AM DONNER
Copyright, 1921, Western Newspaper Union.
T WAS Christmas morning.
Old Hiram rainier sat by
the window walting for the
postman. Christmas eve
had been rather bleuk. Ile
had seen, from the window, groups of
people passing from time to time, hur
rying, smiling, such gay, happy peo
Hiram was old, too old. He had
outlived his friends, his immediate
family, his day had long since gone
by. He lind given generously to hos
pitals and charitable instit ot lons and
a number of personal presents. He
always, for example, sent some of the
lnrge baskets of fruit the town's lend
ing shop arranged so attractively, to
those he knew would never buy them
selves such delicacies.
The last Christmas he had only re
ceived two presents. One from lils
nephew out West and another from
He was walting for these now.
The postman came along the street.
Eagerly old Hiram waited. And then
he got up and
went to the door.
Rut the post
man had passed
by. "Are you
sure you have
nothing for me?"
he called out.
"Cook more care
fully. I was en
pecting s o IU e
T h e postman
"I'm sorry, Mr.
l'a I mer, but there
ls nothing here."
veent back Into
the lonely litle
house. He had
lived too long.
Por his nephew
"I guess I won't
bollier uhoul Uncle Hiram this year.
lt's a II 11 isa 11 ce to shop, mid anyway
whnl does he care about a necktie?
He ran buy all he wants!"
And his grandchild had said:
"I've got to CUt down my Christmas
list It's so long."
And she hud run her pencil through
her grand father's name.
For she had said:
"Christmas ls for young people.
He's too old to care about presents
and a handkerchief or two which I
?night send him!"
Habitual Constipation Cured
in i 4 to 21 Days
?LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for l-l to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. GOc
Sonic Loiters to Sandi,
(The Courier regrets that the hpl
lowing lei iel s lo Santa Claus wore
received too late last week tor ptlb
llcatlon in our issue of the I Ith. li
is a well-established fact, however,
thal lin* il Christ nuts has passed and
none, did Santa does not consider a
request out of date and ho still hus
several days' margin of time in
which to gather up presents for i.ll
the kiddies, youngsters and of tho
older ones, loo. so don't bo discour
aged. As your parents will bc apt to
toll you also: ".lust wait and seo."
A Doll, Candy anti Fruit.
Dear Old Santa:
Perhaps you will come to see mc.
1 wish you would bring me a big
dolly named Hettie, and some candy,
oranges and nuts. Please bring my
little brother a drum.
Yours truly, Daisy Bell Posey.
Walhalla. S. C., Doc. 9, 1921.
Story Book and "Accessories."
Please come to see me Christmas,
and bring me a story book, a tea set
and some candy, oranges, apples and
butter-nuts. My llttlo brother, .LT.,
wants a little wagon. And don't for
get mama and papa. Bring them
some things, too. Your little friend,
Walhalla, S. C., Dec. !), 1921.
Geneva Wants "Sleepy Doll."
Dear Old Santa: -
Please come to see me this Christ
mas and bring me a sleepy doll and
oranges, candy, apples and nuts. And j
bring my little sister, Marguerite,
some oranges, apples and candy and
a rubber doll. Lots and lots of love
to you. Your little friend,
Geneva 1 larkins.
Walhalla, S. C., Dec. 9, 1921.
A Wrist Watch and
Dear Old Santa: -
Please come to see mo Christmas
and bring mc a story book, a tea set.
a doll, soino candy, oranges, apples,
butter-nuts, English walnuts and a
wrist watch. My little sister Margue
rite wants a doll with curly hair and
some candy and oranges.
Don't forget mama ??nd papa. Be
sure and bring them something.
Your little friend,
Annie Mao (-larkins.
Walhalla. S. C.. Dec. 9, 1921.
"Don't borget My Teacher."
Dear Santa (Mans:
I am a little girl going to school
al Pickel Post. I want yon to bring
me ;i big doll witlt curly hair, and a
ourringo, too, and some nuts and
candy, a tea sot-and don't forget
my little sister. With much love to
you. Naomi Orr.
I*. S.-'Don't forgot my teacher,
Walhalla, S. C., Dec 9, 1921.
Sure, Plenty of Story Books.
I am a little boy 12 years old, and
1 want you lo bring me some candy
and oranges ?ind some nuts and a
llttlo wagon and some firecrackers
and a story book. And my little sis
ter Marguerite wants yon to bring
her a little doll with long, curly hair,
and some candy and oranges, apples
and butternuts and some lemons.
And don't forget mama and pap?.
Your little friend.
Walhalla, S. C., Dec. 9, 1921.
Knife, Firecrackers, Candy.
Dear Old Santa: -
Please bring mo a knife, fire
crackers and some oranges, candy
and apples. Your friend,
Walhalla, Ponto 2, Dec. 9, 192'.
is uour home worth todaij
That depends entirely upon its appearance and
the condition it is in. Pee Gee paint will prove the most
important factor in its economic upkeep. Watch the surfaces
of your property-inside and out-and see that they are well
protected-"Save tho Surface and You Save All" with
For more than 50 years they have been carefully guarding
homes and maintaining property values. Use Pee Gee Mastic
for outside surfaces, it is a strictly pure paint, containing a high per
centage of ZINC-Pee Coe Flalkoatt for inside walls-Pee Gee
Floor Paints and Palladium Floor Varnish for floors-Pee Gee
Dystain8 and Enamels for woodwork and Pee Gee Invincible spar
for outside woodwork.
Ask for Free Paint Books and Color Cards
y JP?Bttalee-Gem?burt Co., Inc.? Mfgre., Louisville, Ky?
?IWhitmire-Marett Hardware Co.,
Westminster, S. C. ** Walhalla, S. C.
Plein.< of All These Tilings.
Dour Su n Claus: -
1 a ni n lille girl 9 nears old and
I .un going to school and am in the
ion th grade, My teacher's name is
Mr. h i' Bickens. I want you to
com to II 1 me Christmas and bring
me > bi Teeping doll, a doll car-|
ringo, n lea set, a toy table, somo
toy ?hairs, a little runge stove, some
candy, oranges, apples, peanuts and
! ri? lunts and some almonds.
n ,,n orget mother and daddy.
I HI cl . for this time.
I'i ) our friend,
Walhalla, S. C., Boc. <)., 1921.
An Air Bille mid Sonic Shot.
Boar Santa: -
Please como to see me again this
Christmas and bring mo an air ride,
box of idiot, some big tire-crackers,
sky rockets, some sparklers, and till
kinds of good things to eat. Wishing
you a merry Christmas,
Your little school boy friend,
Walhalla, S. C., Dec. fi, 1021.
Make it a Speedy One, Please!
iPlcaso bring mo a tricycle, a toy
pistol and all kinds of good things to
eat. Your little friend,
Walhalla, H. C., Dec. 0, 1921.
Not Very Much-Times Too Html.
Dear Santa Claus:
As times are hard. I will not ask
you to bring me very much-Just
bring mo some fire crackers and or
anges and candy, and nil kinds of
nuts. Also a truck, I will closo with
best wishes to dour old Santa.
Your friend, Frank Duncan.
Walhalla, Boute 2, Bec. D, 1921.
Tea Set ant] a Doll.
Boar Santa Claus: -
1 will write and tell you what I
want you to bring mo and my litl?o
brother for Christmas. I want a toa
set and a doll, oranges and candy.
Ploaso bring .Mack a toy automo
bile, oranges, candy and apples. And
don't forget to bring Boone a rubber
ball. I hope that you will bring all
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Knriching tho Blood. When you feel its
strengthening, Invigorating effect, seo how
it brings color to tho cheeks and how
it improves tho appetite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic vnlue.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
pleasant even children like it. Tho blood
needs QUININK to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigor
ating Effect. GOc.
1 have asked for. Your little friend,
Walhalla, S. C., Dec. 5), 1921.
A Doll, Cai ringo, Etc.
Dear Santa: -
?Please bring me a pretty little doll
and doll carriage. Bring Olive and
Vivian each a doll, too, and bring
Marion a rattler. Bring UK all some J
candy and fruits. Sincerely, .
Walhalla, S. C.. Bec. 9, 1921.
Air Bille and Bicycle
Dear Santa Ciaos: -
Please bring me an air rifle, a bl- I
cycle and a little toy lantern, some!
candy, nuts and oranges. Lovingly,
your little friend, Loo Powell, Jr.
Walhalla, S. C., Bec. 9, 1921.
Toys, Firecrackers, Ele.
Bear Santa Claus:
Please do not forgot me Christmas,
as I nm Just a little boy 7 yoars old. ?
Please bring me some toys, can ly. j
fruit, nuts and firecrackers.
Your little friend,
Picket Post, Bec. 9, 1 92 1.
She Will He Pleased.
Bear Mr. Santa Claus: -
I will write you a lotter to tell you
what I would Uko to have for my
Christmas, I will bo so glad to get
a nico doll and some apples stud or- j
anges, bananas and a cocoanut and ;
chestnuts, and a lot of other things ;
l will be well pleased with '.hoso
presents. Truly yours,
Walhalla, S. C., Dec. 9, 192 1.
Just Started School ami Wnnts-"*
Dear Santa Claus:- i
i am a little boy, just started lo
school. 1 want you to como to eeo
mo and bring a knife, some crayons,
oranges, candy and nuts; also some
firecrackers. Dring baby brother I
something, too. With much lovo to j
you, santa, Christopher Edwards, '
Walhalla, S. C., Dec. 9. 1921.
Another Sleeping Doll.
Dear Santa Claus: -
Please bring mo some apples and I
nuts, oranges and candy, a ton set ?
and a large sleeping doll and a doll
carriage for Christmas.
Truly yours. Tina Elliott. j
Picket Post School, Dec. 9, 1921.
Doll Carriage and a Harp.
Dear Santa Claus:
' want you to come to soo mo on
Christmas, and pleaso bring mo a
Bleeping doll and a doll carriago and
a harp, candy and oranges and nuts.
Bring my little brother Edward a
wagon and candy and goodies to oat
Don't forget mama and daddy,ploaso.
With lots of love,
Yonr little friend, Sainillc TV ' ..
Walhalla, S. C., Doc. it, li) ' '.
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms hu . i
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, aud ita a
tule, there ia moro or I ess stomach dir.'.-.atmnee.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILI, TONIC ?lvcn raga
lorly for two Ot three weeks will enrich I . blood,
Improve t heultfcstloa, nod act no a donors l S : rcntfth
rnlutf Tonic to thc whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and thoChlkl wllll)o
tn perfect health. Plcasaut to take. COo i)er bottle-.
(?lil Tells pitiful Hlnry.
Greenwood, Dec. 14.-A 17-year
old while girl, her clothing in tatters,
anti ntimh with colt! from stooping in
the woods with no covering hui straw
and leaves, was found last night hy
Capt. A. Deichet- and Capt. J. W.
Sprat ling, of the Volunteers of Amer
ica, assisted hy local police. Capt.
Belcher declared this morning thar,
tho girl apparently was of good fam
ily and either had been too proud or
afraid to ask for assistance.
The girl says her homo is in At
lanta, where she has a sister. Sho
told a pitiful story of how sho had
boen unable to find work, how her
money gttve out. and how sho had
been afraid to ask for help for fear
of being arrosted for vagrancy.
When found, her clothing was in
rags and she was weak fruin hunger
and exposure. She said she bad been
sleeping in a clump of pines near the
Seaboard tracks on the west sido of
tho city. Capt. Belcher took her to
his home, where she is being cared
for until finnis can be procured to
send ber back |o her home 111 Atlanta
CA LOM IO L SALI VATIOS
I0VI0N WU ION CA UKI TI L.
Tho Treacherous Drug Cannot Ho
Trusted, and Xoxt Dose
May Start Trouble.
Calomel ls dangerous, lt may sal
ivate you and make you suffer fear
fully from soreness of gums, tender
ness of jaws and tooth, swollen
tongue, anti excessive sa! Iv drib
bling from the mouth. Dot, " trust,
calomel, lt is mercury; quicksilver.
If you feel bilious, headachy, con
stipated and all knocked out, Just go
to your druggist and get a bottle of
Dodson's Diver Tono for a fow cents,
which is a harmless vegotablo sub
stitute for dangerous calomel. Take
a spoonful, anti if it doesn't start
your livor and straighten you up
bettor and quicker than nasty calo
mel, and without making you sick,
you just go hack and got your money.
If you take calomel to-day you'll
ho sick and nauseated to-morrow;
besides, it may salivate you, while If"
you tako Dodson's Liver Tono you
will wako up fooling groat. No salt?
necossary. Civo it lo tho children
because it is porfectly harmless and
ca n not s a ! I Va tc..-ad v.
Coffee was discovered by tho Araba