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"Come all who long lor flPif W^ /"DP A "I 1 f 1 J| PTPDM "^ NOW
Christmas cheer, lU| k |h|V P£B $ W* MM B™ N Ivl TOYLAND—2d Floor
Fork's treasure-house | fltl MI\JL|AI Ll AIJ 1 IdilVll DOLL.LAND-2d Floor
WHITMAN COUNTY'S GREATEST STORE
We are Now Ready for Christmas-Tide
Christmas-tide, when children dream or wake and, dreaming or waking, long for one tiny glimpse of that dear, little old man, with cheeks like red roasted
apples, and eyes like stars, with a pack that holds all that is beautiful in this world of ours, with a heart that is tender enough and great enough to care for
the child of the satin world, and the starving, homeless, helpless waif of the streets alike. DEAR, BLESSED, GLORIOUS OLD SANTA CLAUS IS NOW
WITH US AND HIS PRESENCE MEANS TOYS IN GIFTS FOR CHILDREN, WOMEN AND MEN.
In Our .... Bring the Children to
Doll Land [f /jw } Toy Land
Here are dolls for everyone who likes'em— i (V C SP^fSsw^O Sv v Toys by the thousands— Tin Soldiers, Wood
™_- -n, 11 -rr-j n n n mi 5 V iSFlidP"^S^f^, \ <1R Soldiers, Soldier Caps and Swords, Toy
Chma Dolls, Kid Dolls, Rag Dolls, V^i \ I|B>s*W>Ss^£ // it Guns, Toy Cannons, Toy Houses and Toy
Dolls from Paris, J^|J ) Jw^^^^r^' lll Automobiles, Toy Hook and Ladders, Toy
Dolls from Germany and England, f / W wW^SI^ M Steamboats, Toy Engines-Noisy toys and
„ ,tt \ vP f^J^SPw^'^fSi Silent toy Drums and Little Drums,
(PRETTIEST OF ALL) \_S^\^W^XM'Wi Big Horns and Little Horns, Wooley Sheep
Dolls from Our Own Country. i^^-—_HC" 'i JCL IPMliiiiiSf' ■■■$M?r a Hobby Horses —but enough; we guaran
_. , _ j -Di i i r. ii lP^^^3s??^>-V7T"-ira£'i ""Ts€P^' "iflr i tee there's enough to empty the purse of Santa
Blue eyed, Brown eyed, Black eyed; Golden I . ~~~~pzsC.. %-£&?s^-«&m _-j < ilaus, who comes in accompanied by a corps
haired, Brown haired. Flaxen bairod; Fat ft^^S=s=!f V ' I ' niflir " ' f h mo f,,i,
dolls, Thin dolls and dolls that are neither Fat l&^^^^^^^r^^i^^^^^ r win nn mi> ,i, , r>r
nor Thin; Dolls that laugh, that cry and that PJl!^ll* N L JfiMii»Oß&!3l^ BY MAKINC TTT V >KU 'FS
enjoy solemnity; Lovable dolls and dolls that ' ONgS)D THINGS
Wfc.^ *fJr their joyous shouts and lausrhter, their brisrht
muuiiiitAiriiji Ra£&r/fe^-^( cy^g cfv<<^^4 - and smiling races will well repay you for your
X^XvXv/iliJ-/ I JilllQlieSS.
Mothers, Fathers, Sons, Daughters, Brothers and Sisters
Don't worry about what you should buy as a Gift for him or her, but read our columns of "Gift Hints" and the
problem is solved. We have gathered here hundreds, aye thousands, of articles that will be acceptable to the
recipients. Make your selections here—You cannot make a mistake.
Gift Hints special notice! I Gift Hints
L,d,,,F»,, Fm jj^ nex(; E^t busi]less we jgU oui m E g -«« H.ir On,,-
Ladies' Suits. ° J
««■—-.«- Silk Dress an(i Waist Pat-
Ladies coats. SIfIIAC FIUP KHfQ terns'
Ladies' Waists. UulllClJ * lllv JT 111 iJ Ribbons and Toilet Arti
Ladies' Kimonas. m ■■ ■ #«"11 «^ ■■ ■ ■ 1 WW*
:z mp , „ Ladies Silk Petticoats and Kimonas -™ a
Ladies' Gloves. Oriental Rugs.
l.*,,s*h.*, Ladies' Outing Flannel Gowns »«^«-..«.».
Ladies' Hats. W tc -y etc-
Ladies' Warm Slippers. Fill A f 111 All PIAI^AC SPECIAL GIFTS
Ladies' Fine Shoes. 1 lllv Al ll ulllvll lIvVW FOR MEN
Ladies' Dainty Neckwear. . a Handkerchiefs, Gloves
Ladies Silk Scarfs f JJJA Jjljlgll T3ljlC bfilS Mufflel SusP^ers
Dainty Handkerchiefs. Slippers, Umbrellas
r=::i::;: At a Discount OA £ o:::~t:,;
Hand Bags. I ■ / fy Hats, Suit Cases,
Fine Umbrellas. At ■ B Hosiery, Neckwear,
Dainty Stationery in VI ■ ■ ■ ■ £j|f Olie-fifth Off FegUlaOT Cuff buttons, Stick Pins,
Boxes- Drirp Collar and Cuff Boxes,
Rich Table Linens. ITIIMS Etc Etc
> A LITTLE TALK ABOUT BUYING CHRISTMAS GlFTS— Perhaps you are resolved that you will not make any gifts this year Every oth
j person makes some such reckless statement about this time, or earlier, and just as surely nine-tenths who so plan, smash their resolutions into smitheree
before mid-night of December 24th. The spell of Christmas season gets into the blood and few can withstand its power. If there are children within
i radius of your family or close acquaintance, it is certain that you will not be content to rob yourself of the fun of helping in their good time- and the "r>
I ticular" friend —your congenial companion—wife, mother, father, brother and sister must not be slighted. Face the situation now AND BUY NOw"
You will have much more satisfaction and can purchase more wisely than when every aisle in our store is jammed.
I The Wheeler-Motter Co., Coif ax, Wash.
COLFAX GAZETTE, COLFAX, WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 15, 1911.