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aEnd our Representative
By MARY GRAHAM BONNER
COopyright,,1919. by Western Newspapor UntoD)
ANTA CLAUS' dog, Boy
of the North, was bark
ing," said Daddy, "for
there was great excite.
mnent up North.
o "The excitement was,
o o as perhaps you may be
able to guess, that San
o O in Claus was about to
start his trip.
"'I have more things
to do this year than
ever before, it seems to
me," sakit Sant:a Claus.
"loy of the North wagged his tall
and gave funny little short harks
which was his way of atiughing. 'You
say that every year.' he was trying to
tell Santa (ainus, as he put his cold
nos t in Santa's hait and rubbed up
Sbe.side hit. ...
"''le ieindeer were waiting. The
bells on their reIns were jingling and
'i 1he sleigh was li'ed with packs and
paa ks of toys, . : .. . I
-- .NoI ; me see,' snid Santa
('fllan. "'There are ninny %hops were
001 pnks await me. The children have
written to me about the things they
have seen and of what they want.
"Good-Bye," Shouted Santa.
That Is why I like the stores to have
so mnuy of my toys. The children get
a goodl iden of what they want.
t"'en they write me letters, the
precious dears ! They write of what
they want and how much they eare
for ae and how touch they love their
sisters and brothers and mothers and
5 dad(llt s and playlnates n di dogs and
"'But I rlusli't stop to think of all
these letters for I must get started,
4 for I've it long wiy to go."
"Ile knew tie had to start soon for
5 the reilndeer ')11lid hariiy wait any
5 longer. and were trying to hurry him.
S 'I won't he lite,' said Santta (hiuls.
'I have never been hate yet-and I've
been doing titis trip---this trip to the
5 hainds whm there art chiiren-for
n good mantly years.'
,And the reindeer mdtt queer
sounisy and1 jingled their hells again
for they knew Santa i Claus was right,
5 but still they were it a great, great
h y '' e re thinking of the roofs
E would dasht ttross. ..lh, h.owa.
5 ous they wa'ere' to start!
" And~ toya of thet Ntarth was tinlxi ous
U too for I tet toa Stairt, for althIough
he tdidtn't go waitih thtemt, ht' lontgedi to
esee themt 'oe baitk anad heat' about
"'Ye,'tauon titued Satta ('liaus, 'I
ttiust get th pitckai~s fromt t lt hi dffenent
- holg. I knaow just waat alil tire ii
It'Tie I itnist keem~p a griod tnany
e'ngatgnts't I've mtadeO--prorntiises to
appaar ait somo1 itg Christnatas trees,
althioaighh I tnever let thle ''hibiiren see
Oh no, that's ily funt-to keepi all that
tia great, great i4ecreat.
"'Ani they lave serret s, the little
dea r' Nowa' let tie ser'--htave'~ I the
ala's forn someof (theii sttatkitigs antd
St(hi bag orainge's, to)! Yes, we' re reali
ia atiti trulhy rt'ady at last.'
"Whenl't Soalt'a ('iinuts so hi 'We're
reay'ti tihe reab-ora~t tarnnited, IBoy tof
Northi baarkedt andit Sianta (Claus spang
nti th ito iaight.
"Off waenit the reitller' with Sata
(ius tand thle toys, fame Itandtiit (count
h- i'Ss (ather'' tiintgs for Chr tistijias mornl
I ' o tri-bye, THoy of the North,'
shiaaioutd Satati ('lau s. '(1oodaa-bayt, tdtar
raid Norath homietta, goodat-bye 've'ryonte
"Amii us hei shotad tuIhis thle rein
deern''a~aat w tr tlmast 4)u1t (if si ghit andit
thei ist tht could lae spin oaf Stitta
Ilau wats as hae waivedu his red'( eap
'awith thie ie tssol.
Now, said Itoy of the North, 'I
w'aIll ii a everytinttg reaidy foar him
'a ahen ita gets bnek.'
"othe dtag goat Sanilta C lauts' slip.
laers iand is heaivy, warmitl 'aIntor warap
lit'r' whih his ititster' waoro wahen he
waa isti't wo''rk ing. Iie pu~t thertn nirar
ha tire, buit nott toa ne'ar. Faor lie
ktiw' ianitia ('lauls w'old~ het gonte (ite
and the neaxt day ' tt had ('omi, even
atoghi it wi at briight, lie would
thent miovaa ltm vera'y nar th le flrt
iiam hav 'th r readyii''01 .
"And Byo thet a North fell asleep
andt~ ( drnaaad iinrd htis dretamtis were
h~iaila S.A his itf' ttlwmayas wais, for youai
-fui''n hiiitginea how happaiy thie tda'g oft
Santa Claus moust be'."
Any young man i
Deposit your money
FOR YOU, and some
Will have the money
Be a self made i
The brains of the coup
have already achieved
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L Y every self made i
tates started in life at i
er by BEGINNING TO
EN YOUNG. Year a
to his savings. In tim(
e, and HE HAD THE
IEY WITH WHICH
use he had SAVED HI
n this town or commur
in this bank each weel
day YOUR opportunit
with which to swing i
nan. What others ha
try are not all centere
for you tc
show you ti
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>on have ii
s are hard 1
nan in the Unit
he bottom of the
fter year he ad
TO SWING IT,
city can do the same.
. We will SAVE IT
y will come, and you
ve done, you can do.
l in the men who
in our line
o get and