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AND CHINA p w Olive dishes Celery trays Tumblers Sugar and Cream set Flower vases Salad bowls Vinegar cruet Carving rests Milk Pitchers Decanters Salts and Peppers Toothpick holders SAll kinds and styles of ladi vidual Pottery Pieces in Vases Candlesticks Trays Figures Boxes Iledallions Plaques Plates Bronzes Lamps Jardinmeres Steins LETTERS FOR SANTA CLAUS The following letters were mailed to Santa Claus by the children of Lewistown and vicinity and delivered to him through the postoffice at the Power fiercantile Co.'s Store. We publish as many as our limited space will permit. Parents will readily see the necessity of making Santa Claus real to the Children by coming to his headquar ters for the desired gifts. We can supply you with anything and everything in holiday merchandise. a = " Dear Santa Claus: I wish you would give me a girl. I want a gun and r horse. I want a doll, a little wagon and a sled. CHARLIE HARTZELL. Dear Santa Claus: When youcome to our house please leave a big doll. a doll carriage, a book, a game, candy and popcorn. Will you come to church Christmas eve. If you do I will see you there. What are you go ing to give me there? Yoir friend. CARRIE C. COOK. Dear Santa Claus: When you come around call In and see me and bring me what you think is right. Yours truly. MARTIN CORDEIRO. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a magic lantern and sled and a watch for Christmas. Your friend, CLIFFORD HARMAN. Dear Santa Claus: I want you to bring me some candy and sled and apples. I go to school. Am in the fourth grade. I ain't very smart. I live out by the brewery. and I will hang my stocking up. I am going to get a Christmas tree and put it up in the house. I want you to fill it full of things. I will close my letter for this time. Good-bye. Your loving friend. JAMES DAY. eIar Santa Claus: I would like to halve a drum. led, wagon, a fire de partmentn and a watch for Christmas. BIRUCE WAGNER. hDear Santa Claus: It is time for you to come around I think. I have heard people say you don't like girls and boys who scold and fret, but plase forget all the, bad things I do. for lots of things I am going to ask of you. But please come around this year. Truly yours. KATIE O'NEII.. Dear Santa Claus: I will write you a letter and ask you if you will please bring me a work box and a good story book and an album, nuts and candy. That is all. Good-bye. LENA OI.LON. Dear Santa Claus: I will write to you and tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a 22-gun and a train of cars, sonme bullets with my gun. and some candy, nuts and I wouldn't mind having a saddle and horse. (;ood-bye. From your friend. EIGAR I.EERT. I Dear Santa Claus: Will you please bring mRe a little piano and a little girl leading a lamb, a bottle of per fullme antd some candytl and nuts? HYACINTH ROWLEY. Dcar Santa Claus: I would like to have a nice story book, a magic lan tern, a sled and some games. Your friend. ('HARLES IONG. Ih ar Santa ('lans: I thiight I wonMI writ e you a Ictter and tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a twenty-two. 1. sack of candy. a story hook and some games. (IIRn frlnd. ('ILYI)E A. SCOVEI. .Juit too funny for anything BUCKING DONKEY rt onei of them. YoII will laugh till .%') (cry. Almost Alive! THE FLYING MACHINE A mliechanical toy suitablel for a bIright boy or girl. Oh. My Sil.es Slee the FROG EATING DUCK There l1 not a moi(t aItising toy in the market. Me Store That Saves You Monea POWER MERCKANTILE L COMLPANY WE PAY POTAGE , HEADQUARTERS FOR SANTA CLAUY SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS Beautiful Xmas Gtft IN FUR.NITURE Rockers Morris Reclining Chairs Parlor Tables Library Tables Dining Tables Buffets Sideboards China Closets Hall Trees Book Cases Writing Desk Office Desks Iron Beds Brass Beds Couch Covers Ingrain Carpets Axminster Carpets Cocoa Matting Oil Cloth Linoleum Axminster Rugs Wilton Rugs Smyrna Rugs Crex Orass Art Squares Portiers Curtains Pictures Picture Frames Carpet Sweepers Dear Santa Claus: I suppose you are getting ready for Christmas. Well. I want a big doll, a blackboard and several other things. I am going to hang up my stocking this Christmas. Your friend. FLORENCE I.AA..oEN. Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write to you and tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a new suit of clothes, a pair of skates, a sled, a pair of gloves and a little wagy on. Yours truly, JAMES LITTLEJOHN. Mr. Santy Claus: Santy Claus, I thought I would write you a few lines as I am going to be home Christmas eve. and are going to have some candy and nuts. Good-bye. HARRY WHIPPLE. Lewistown, Mont., Dec. 14.-Dear Santa: I would like to have a draw ing slate, please, and some eandy. From your friend, BEATRICE QUICK®INDEN. Lewlstown. Dec. 12.-Dear Santa Claus: I am little boy 8 years old and have never heard of you before. I have a little sister and a brother, and I will tell you what we would like to have for Christmas. I would like to have a bugle, a doll for sister and a donkey for brother. There are so many things I would like to have a fire engine would be so nice, but if you will give me a bugle, a donkey for brother and a doll for sister, we will thank you a thousand times. J. ARNOLD BUSLETT. I)ear Santa Claus. Please bring me a wagon and sled and some games and a nice book. I was a good boy sometimes, and never get my feet wet. only sometimes. Good-bye. Santa Claus. Yours for business. HARRY FROEMBLING. Main Street. in the Yellow House. Dear Old Santa Claus: Will you please bring me a doll buggy and a nice doll. a drum and some tools. I am five years old and my little sister is one year old. Please bring her a nice little rubber doll and a rattle. Your Little Friend. HELEN KELLY. Dear Santa Claus: Will you bring me an engine that runs on a track and some candy and nuts. And a darkey that eats frogs and a cannon that will shoot. MIIA) HIUSENBITRO. l.vwistown, Dec. 13.--Dear Santa Claus: All the children are writing letters to you. so I think I better write, too. as I want to tell you what to bring m4e. I want a big doll. She must have dark brown hair and eyes that go to sleep. A book, some gloves. a new toboggan, a dress, some shoes. a little table, a work box. a hand bag. and something for my mamma. He sure to come soon. (ood-bye. from your little friend. RUTH SHERMAN. l)ear Santa Claus: I wish you would bring me a big doll. That is all. Your friend, IERTHA MORASE. Salute Your Partners! THE WALTZING DOLL A perlfect imitation of a young girl dancing. Sure to please. The Best Yet! LOOP THE LOOP Very exciting. A leap for life. Chil dren go wild over it. Choo! Choo! ('hoo! TRAIN OF CARS All the children play railroad. Get this for them. OF XMAS PRESENTS This Store Will be Open Until NINE O'CLOCK Every Evening During Xmas Weel. Power's Store, Dear Santa: please bring me a table, a drum, milk wag on that has got horses to it. I want that thing that nods its head, and a big train, freight and passenger and a coal car and an engine, and that is all. Remember all the boys and girls and all the big people if they are good. I want that woman that washes and house that Jack built. So good-bye, Santa. I watch for you ev ery night in the stove. RALPH BATEB WILLOWAY. Gilt Edge, Mont., Dec. 14.-Dear Santa Claus: I want a picture book and a box of writing paper, a little ball with a rubber and a necklace, and a little tin watch and chain for my doll and a little Santa Claus, and a nice doll and a game of old maid cards and some little balls. MILDRED E. ATCh&dON, At the Gold Reef Boarding House. Dear Santa Claus: Will you brlng me a story book, a wagon, a sled, a little printing press, a gun and a sad (le. Yours truly, LANCEI)OT ROWLEY. woould write you a few lines, hoping Dear Santa Claus: I will write you a letter and tell you what I want. I want a doll and doll carriage. You will nd the Christmas tree in the front room. Your friend. ALICE McCANN. Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write you and tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a knife, a speaker and a sled. Good-bye. Yours truly. RALPH SCOVEL. Dear Santa Claus: It is getting to ward Christmas and I would like to have some presents. Here is what I want. A doll and carriage and some chairs and table. Yours truly. LOTTIE LEWIS. Dear Santa Claus: Please send me a doll and a little piano. Please send me a set of dishes. Please send me a muff and a doll cradle. Please send me a little trunk to put my doll's clothes in. Please send me a drawing slate. From your dear friend. EDITH DAY. Dear Santa Claus: I will write you a few lines. I will tell you what I want for Christmas. I want you to bring me a printing outfit, a box of paints. a collarette and muff and a sled. That is all I want. Your lov ing frlend. ADDLE WHIPPI.E. Dear Santa Claus: I will write you a letter and tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a doll, a sled, and I want a set of doll dishes and a pair of skates. That is all. Your lit. tie friend, ISABELLA BERKIN. New Year. Mont.. Dec. 12.-Dear Santa: Would you please send me a bucking donkey, a doll and a flying machine. I live a long way from town and can not come to see you. I am a little girl 6 years old. Good bye, Dear Santa. ALICE GONNAN. What Men Want for Xmas Men's Mufflers Flea's Smokiag Jackets Men's Dress Protectors Men's Leunging Robes Men's Suspenders Men's Neck Ties and Collars Men's Slippers Men's Street and Dress Shirts fIen's Bath Robes Mean's Hats and Caps Men's Night Shirts Men's Underwear Buy your father or sweetheart a beautiful LEATHER DRESSER. He will alppreciate the gift for years. We have a full line of Trunks, Grips, Traveling Bags, Telescopes Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write and tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a doll carrlage, muff and fur, a pair of skates, book. a new hat, a set of doll dishes and candy and nuts. Your loving friend. ETHEL BROOKS. Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write and tell you what I want for Xmas. I want a pair of skates and a sled and a gun. I Suess that will be enough this Chrtstmas Yours afectionately. LEBSTE JOHNSON. Dear Santa Claus: I will write you a letter and tell you what I want for Christmas. I would like to have a large doll, doll carriage, and I would like a set of dishes. Your friend, MAGGIE NICHOLAS. Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write you a letter and tell you what I would like for Xmas. I would like a large tea set. Yours truly. BERTHA IFITHUGH. Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write you a few lines and tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a doll, popcorn, nuts and candy. Do you live at Power's' Yours truly. CHLOE PITZHUGH. Dear Santa: I thought I would write to ask you what you would bring me for Christmas. I don't want to ask you for very many things for fear you won't have enough to give the other children some. I thought a nice cup and saucer and a doll, a chair, and a box of handker chiefs would be nice. I think this will be enough for htis Christmas. GLADYS TULIOCK. Dear Santa Claus: I will write you a letter telling you where I live and what I want you to brin me. I live on Main street just scross from the opera house. I wish you to bring me a toilet set, a work ba and some candy and nuts. We are going to have a big dinner at my sister's house. Their name is WIteraft. They live 5% miles west of Rockford. You are invited. Yours truly, MAGGIE STAPLETON. Dear Santa Claus: I thought that I would write you a few lines and tell you what I wanted for Christ mas, as I see you have got so many things in the windows down town. I want a little stove that I can make a fire in and some candy and nuts. I guess that is all that I want this time. Your friend, MILTISSA STAPLETON. Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write a few lines to you to see how you were getting along. I wish you would bring me a book, printing press, a cup and saucer, a ring with a set in it and a pair of skates. Your friend. LYLE RAW. Dear Santa Claus: I want for Christmas a doll carriage, a little stove. new dress, some doll clothes. a pair of gloves and a range; some new hair ribbon and some candy and nuts and a big red apple. Your friend. LOUISE REEDER. I --M -00011110010 oys, Coys, Coys 30 GOOD BOYS and GIRLS Wooden Toys Mechanical Toys Iron Toys Hair Animals Wash Set Dray and Hair Horse Truck & Hair Horse Cart and Hair Horse Cart and Hair Goat Burro Kitchen Set Noabs Ark Chicken Coop Drawing Slates Kindmmatenr Box Paint Box Man on Skis Automobile Boy on Stilts Girl Pumping Water IGAMLIS * Pyramid Blocks Picture Pussles Race Track Pretty Village Ping Pong Alabama Coon Van building blckM On Guard Dear Santa Claus: I hope you will come around here Christmas. I want you to 1fll my stocking full of candy. Will you bring me a pencil? Do you crawl down stove pipes? I hope you will have a good time. Will you give me a bank to put my money In? Will you bring me a trunk to put my things in? I would like to have a Jumping Jack. Will you give me a rocking horse? I wish you would give me a little sled. Please bring me a little train. RALPH SMITH. Dear Santa Clans: I will write you a letter to tell you where I live and what I wish. I want a horse and gun. PERCY G. Lewistown, Dec. 15.-Dear Santa Claus: I want a talking machine. AUSTIN WARR. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a monkey that climbs up a string with his tall. I want a train at cars with real wheels and an engine. Give me, please, a brown bear with a wob bly head. Please don't put them in my stocking-It's too small. I will hang up papa's stocklng with my name on it. Good-bye and come soon. I can't wait much longer. Your lit tIe friend, FREDDIE BRIOGS. Dear Santa Claus: I want a doll and a wagon. Helen wants a go cart. Esta wants a drawlng slate and a cat. I want a washing machine and china cup. EVELYN SHANNON. Dear Santa Claus: I want a trunk, a doll carriage, table and a set of dishes to let my dolls eat out of them. Oh, Santa Claus, have the dear large doll that you brought me two years ago. If you don't care I will let you see the dolls Christmas. Well, I must close. I wish you good luck getting the things. EDITH LANE. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a drum, sled and a train of cars. And I would like a ring, automobile, rocking horse and air gun. Your dear friend, NED CHEADLE. Dear Santa Claus: I will write you a letter. I would like to have a fd dile. Will you crawl out of a stove pipe? I would like to have It for Christmas. It is only two weeks left for Christmas time. We have many plants in our school room. I am In the second reader now. PETER TAARLAND. Dear 8anta Claus: I would like a drum, horn, a train, and a pretty story book, too. And a big bag of pretty shells for my sister. Good-bye. From your loving friend. CARROLL AKELEY. Dear Santa Claus: I want a lit tle doll, a set of dishes, pink ribbon. chair. Bring mamma a breast pin and side comb. Your little friend, BISSIE NORTON. Dear Santa Claus: I want a doll house and ring and watch, railroad coach, Jack-in-the-box and doll stove and meat market. BADACA HAZEN. Try Your Nerve! JACKSTRAWS Children never tire of interesting games. This is one of the best. Five O'Clock Tea TEA SET How your little girl will clap her hands when she sees this set un der the tree for her. The Dear Little Things! BROWNIES All kinds, sizes and descriptions. Fat, lean, tall, short, with open face and goo-goo eyes. Flying Gem Rabbit eating carrott Steam Engine Magnet Bleating Sheep Mice Milk Wagon Coal & Wood Wagon Hansom, Cabs Express Wagons Truck Wagons Wrecking Car Boy on Goat Cow and Calf Performing Bear Performing Elephant Girl Riding Dog A Frog Travel Nutt* to Crack Shooting Gallery Circus India Advance & Retreat lnet Iolday fets IN 'STERLING NORM SILVXt uad GUNI XMAL Sterling Silver Match Case, Ster ling Silver Ink Eraser, Sterling Silver Manicure Set, Sterling Silver Belt Buckles, Sterling Sil ver Darning Ball, Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons, Sterling Silver Cigar Trimmer, Sterling Silver Handle Razor, Sterling Silver Jewel Box, Sterling Silver Rattle, Sterling Silver Paper Knife, Ster ling Silver Pocket Knife, Sterling Silver Hat Pins, Sterling Silver Pin Trays, Sterling Silver Purse, Gun Metal Cigarette Cases, Gun Metal Jeweled Pencil Cues, Gun Metal Match Cases, Horn and Sil ver Trimmings; Brush and comb Horn and Silver Trimmings; Man icure Set, Horn and Silver Trim mings; Hat Brush-Horn and Sil verTrimmins ; Japanese Pin Tray Horn and Silver Trimmins; Gen tlemen's Toilet Set, Horn and Silver Trimmings; Necktie and Glove Boxes, Horn and Silver Trimmings; Celluloid Toilet ets, Horn and Silver Trimmings; Col lar and Cuff Boxes Horn and Sil verTrimmings; Albums,Hforn and Silver Trimmings; Hankerchief Boxes, Horn and Silver Trimm ings, Stationery Boxes. Dear Santa Claus: I want a doll, bed and book and o-cart. Drawing slate and kitty, ring and some baby ribbon. I may want some candy and a little chlna cup MGAOARET BACH. Dear 8anta Claus: I want a draw inag slate and a little house, dark. haired doll and set of dishes for Irene, and a rubber doll for Helen, and a doel trunk. From youer frienad, BATRICE QUICKENDEN. Dear Santa Claus: I would like you to bring me a drum, a wagon and a sled. I am 12 years old; I am in the fourth grade. I saw you to the Power Mercantlle Company yester day. From your loving friend, DAVID WAGNER. Dea Santa Claus: I thought would write and tell you what I want for Christmas. I would like to have a sled and doll carriage and a pair of skates. Your friend WILLIE DMATON. Dear Santa Claus: How are you? I'm well. I hope you will bring me a nice wagon for belnlg a good boy. I will be glad when you get here. I will close for this time. Good-bye. FRED E. MAHANA. Dear Santa Claus: I only want some candy and nuts. I want those In my tassel cap. Then I want a pgun and some bullets. I want a printing outfit. Your loving friend, GEORGE WIEDEMAN. Dear Santa Cleau: I have been a good girl and think I should have something nice. I think I would like my ring fixed, for it is broken. And the big doll with black hair at Pow er's. and story books, candy, nuts sad fruit, and a little range down at Smith's. Send a set of dishes. Your loving RACHEL SCINEIDER. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy 11 years old. I have nearly ev erything I want except a set of ten pins. I have a pony, some boxing gloves and a punching bag. Your lit. tie friend. FRANKIE JOHNS. Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write you a letter to tell you what I want for Christmas. I would like to have a nice sled, a pair of skates, a book and a box of candy. Your loving friend, CARLTON WRIGHT. Dear Santa Claus: I will tell you what I want for Christmas. I want some beads, a dress and other things. Are you going to come to the Christ mas tree at the church on Christmas eve night. I am in some things at the M. E. church. From a friend, EFFIE VEHAWN. Dear 8anta Claus: I will tell you what I want for Christmas. I want a muff, a collarette, a doll, some candy, nuts and apples, and for the baby a rattle, a ball, candy, nuts and apples, and for sister a doll, doll bug gy and fruit. But Georgie and Earl don't know what they want. From your friend, DELLA ST. PETER. Toot! Toot! Toot! Hear the Bugle Blow HORNS, HORNS, HORNS Large and small. All colors. All prices. Who Had a BIg Fall? HUMPTY-DUMPTY Just as funny as ever. Will make the world bright for your boys and girls. See Me Wiggle! THE ACROBAT Turns Himself Inside Out. Will keep the children quiet for weeks.