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THE DEMOCRATIC MESSENGER
FIFTY-FOITRTH YEAR. No. 51. *i.i, ™iw *™<* vi Ii - I -OIT believe in Santa Claus. 3 I [ I ! t- | | hair is snowier, no cheeks redder, jfl' - I | * \ 9i smile merrier and no eyes more t I I f / ; kling than his. S I believe the i I | l him is big enough to encompass I : j 1 1 world— if people would let it! S I beliefl I I | in jingle of his sleigh bells, the'|f 1 | 1 p • j ness of his reindeer, the sound of theirjj|g||g| K* I I l- aj tapping feet on the roof. Q I believe ■ | J p,. i chimneys, big, broad, deep-throated *§§lj| b%jpi I I chimneys that will not cramp the Merry I f Gentleman with his bulging pack. @ I o^'' &jl j 1 Iwip believe in solemn rows of stockings jtl ftill. i 1 p ? 7 H 1 hanging by the fire—father’s short one, f L| 4 , V mother’s long one and the dangling | M [ ft the children, all waiting and expect-^^||^B? I ant * ® I believe in the invisible blossom S [ | pljp of happiness chat Santa Claus leaves at | | every house, and I believe that it will PjHEi grow through all the year if people try to USft iMfjflt l ! ||j^Bj^ L ' r keep the spirit of Christmas every C L nßjpfl . IcvzhzaJ SNOW HILL. MARYLAND, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1922. $1.50 A YEAR. $2.00 OUT OF COUNTY.