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TO MAKE YOUR
CHRISTMAS MONEY
GO FURTHER,
SPEND IT AT
C HEN'S
Visit Our
NEW
STATIONERY
STORE
L B. BLACKWELL
Stationery PRINTING Office Equipment
LAURENS, S. C.
Dial Building Can't Miss Us Post Office Just Opposite
OLD SANTA
Is Buying His Christmas Fruits, Nuts,
Candies, etc., from the Carryteria.
Oranges 20c to 60c dozen.
Apples 30c to 60c dozen.
Nuts 25c lb. up.
London Layer Raisins 28c lb.
National Biscuit Co. Fruit Cake, 2 lb. for
$1.25, 5 lb. for $2.50.
See Us for All Your Christmas Delicacies.
We wish you a Joyful, Happy Christmas and a
Happy and Prosperous New Year.
CARRYTERIA
On the Square Next to Fire Department
jUTO MOVEE:Im
LYCi'y 1aleaizing 6S/o Nn
Iwr~Thouv A DoW3T Grs, x(rRA
ThERE'S THE BEST ~ 'VI
P~tNDAN AUTogS
EVERt
HAD.
If you (10 not think that an (extra tire is ab)out the lsweeto:4t, dlear
est friend that a car owner Cver had you just go about .116 miles
wvest of nolwhre without one and have a 'blowout. Why man, you'd
-ia rfor one if yo were' a pagan with a reputation for being all
Speeial Prices oni Good standard Tires.
cooOnuI~cI FABRIcS OhENFBI
30x3 ..x.............,......$9.00
30x3 1-2 .... .... ....$13.60 2.........$90
31x4 .... .... ....,..$20.00 x4-2.......$90
33x4 .. ....$..... . .. ..$26.0
34x4 .. ...... .. .......$26.50 3x.........$90
33x4 1-..............3343x4 -.... ........$50
33 412 .. .. .. . ...$33.00,
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS *
Ware Shoals, .S. C.,
Dec. 16, 1921.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl ten years old and
am in the fifth grade. This is my first
year in the country school. I used
to live in 'Honea 'Path and like the
school .fine and -loved my little play
mates. Now Santa, I want you to
bring -me a great big sleepy doll with
real eye lashes and curly hair, some
fruit and story book to read. 'I do
hope the weather iwill turn cold and
snow so you can ocie in your sleigh.
Don't forget where I live, Santa. Now
-Santa, don't forget my sister, thir
teen years old, and she is in the sev
enth grade. She wants you to bring
her a great big doll too.
Yours truly,
Nancy Crawofrd.
Laurons, S. C.,
.Dec. 19, 19I.
Dear Santa Claus:
iWe are too young to go to school,
ages 5 and 3 years. Although we are
not too young for 'you to stop by our
house Christmas night and leave us
plenty of fruit, nuts, candy and fire
hwrks. I also want a tricycle, ball
and Indian suit. IAttle sister wants
a sleepy doll, carriage to ride it in,
also a tea set. Please don't for'get us.
Your little friends,
Harold and Louise Cheek.
Gray Court, S. C.,
Dec. 16, 1921.
Dear Old -Santa:
I am a little boy just 7 years old.
I go to school every day and study my
books hard. Santa Claus, please bring
me some candy, oranges, apples, nuts
fireworks, and a little car that I can
ride in. Santa, please bring me just
lots of things and I shall be a happy
little -boy.
Good-bye, hoping to see you Christ
mas night.
Gray Nelson.
Iaurens, 4. C.,
Dec. 16, 1921.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to bring me a pocket
knife, a ring, a steam engine and sine
roman candles, sky rockets, a big pa
per balloon and some nuts, fruits and
candy.
And bring my two little sisters a
(loll and doll carriage. And anything
else that you can bring them.
Lots of love,
Ambrose L. Hudgens, Jr.
Gray Court, S. C.,
Dec. 16, 1921.
My Dear Santa:
I am a little girl four years old. I
have been a good little girl and now
I want you to come to see me. I -want
a pretty picture book ind oranges, ap
ples, candy, nuts, banan.as, raisins and
chewing gum. I don't think I ' am
asking too much of you and I want
you to be sure and brin'g mec these
things.
Your little friend,
F~rances .Mahon.
Nairnie-Bfarksdale,
D~ear Old Santa Claus,
It is just a few days until Christ
mnas. I a~m a little boy ton. years old.
I am in the third grade and don't for
iget to stop and see one. I want a
pocket knife and roman candles, fire
crackers and all kInds of fruit, and
just anything else you think would
please a kid of this age.
Good-bye Santa, I 'will try to bye
asleep when you go by..
Your' little friend,
ilormnan Owings.
'Enoree, S. C.,
Dear Santa Claus:
H-ow glad I am that Christmas has
come again. I am a little boy three
years old, and of course I 'want you
to stop) at my 'house. I want a ball
and little mule, an automobile and
all kinds of fruit..
1Lots of love,.
William Waldr'op.
Decar Santa Claus:.
I am a little girl seven ye rs old. I
go to school and am in the first grade.
Please bring .me something, and come
to see all the 'little children.
;Kdna Mc'Pherson.
Laurens, S. 'C.,
My !Dear Santa Claus:
As it is about time for you to come
around to visit us algain, I thought I,
would drop you a lirie just to let you
know what I wanted you to bring me.
I iwant a doll, a doll bed, a carriage to
roll my dolly in, also some fruits# and
nuts. Now dear Santa, I have told
you what I want, but please don't for
get the poor little mnotherleiss 'boys
and girls. We have a mighty sweet
little sister at our .house iwbo Aaa
never seen a Christmas yet. Please
don't for'gct her.
tWishing you a very merry Christ
mas, and a stocking full of 'New Yeai'
wishes also, I remain,
- Your little friend,
Ahecam 'rweilo
ANNC
"MEDI
We wish to annou
the Philpot Grocer:
this store on moderr
f We are receiving ne
ready in position to
We solicit the contii
patrons of the store
to call upon us.
Delivery
Large supply of CI
vi Candies on hand.
and get our prices.
MEDI
F. E. MEDLOCK
5 PER
SSOLOMON SAYS:
Don't be misled ti
Xmas Gifts by sal
know that a merci
and sell goods belc
hire and auctionee
wrong somewhere
~ erally the goat.
The holiday seasor
~ to buy a present ir
stock of jewelry o
prices-u-good good:
cetreduction.N
want me to do tha
of profit; enough I
business an~d conti
future as in the pap
wilam
2,< "The Re
IUNCING
2OCK'S" k
ice that we have bought
r stock and will conduct
and up-to-date plans.
w gooda daily and are al
give good service.
iued patronage of former
and invite now customers
in the City
iristmas Fruits, Nuts and
Come and look at them
Also Fireworks.
JOCK'S.
B. W. MEDLOCK
CENT FF
..ON....
BWELRY
kiis year in buying your
.e advertisements.. You
kant can't stay in business
w cost and still pay clerk
rs. There is something
, and the buyer is gen
Sis on and you are going
n hand of all kinds and 9
s that I will sell at 25 per
ot below cost--n-you don't
t---but at a small margin
to enable me to stay in
nue to serve you in the
it.
liable ~eweler

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