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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL;. MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24. 1917
SMITH GLAUS
LETTERS
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a tiny little girl, with brown
eyes and brown curls and I love you,
and I want to ask you to bring me a
doll buggy, and a doll. A tea set
and anything that you thin I would
like. 1 have the doll you gave me
last Christmas yet, and my sister has
hers, too. We have broken our tea
set, but I do love apples, oranges,
nuts and candy. Bring my brother
John Henry, a cap pistol and fire
works. Brother Roland would like
something pretty too if you dont
think he is too large now. Your lov
ing Cassie Emma Courtney. I am
four years old.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl, 6 years old.
Please bring me a doll and doll car
riage, a little piano, if you can and
some fruit and candy. Don't forget
mother and dady please, and dear
Santa, please remember my dear
brothers, Roy and Jesse, who are in
the navy. I would so much like to
have a little tea set too, but I must
not ask for too much. I will try to
take care of anything you bring me.
Your little girl, Annie Mae Courtney.
Please remember my two grandmas.
Dear Santa Claus:
As my mamma says I have I have
been a good little girl, all the year, 1
will try to tell you some of the things
I want you to bring me on Christmas.
I want a little poodle dog to go to
work with me in the morning, a little
doll and bed, and Santa dear, please
bring me a flivver to ramble in; my
friend has one so I want to race him,
Don't forget to bring my little as
sistant Edna something nice and
bring Billy lots of fireworks. From
your little girl, Ellen Adair Roberts.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to bring me a little doll,
and bed, and anything else that a
good little girl wants, I am five
years eld and go to school sometimes,
please don't forget my little brother
"Boo" bring him a big gun. Your
little girL Anne Katherine Purdy.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl sixteen (16)
months old. Can walk and say mam
ma and papa. Please bring me a big
doll and doll buggy. A tea set and
a rocking chair and picture book.
Don't forget mamma and papa and
Uncle Roye, in the navy. Your little
friend, Thelma Etharidge, 1220 West
Magnolia street.
laughs and cries, a dresser, a doll
carriage with a top on it, a wardrobe,
a sweater, some candy and fruit.
Your little girl, Kathryn Lindsay,
Lindsay. P. S. Please bring me a
little piano.
Dear Santa Claus:
Will you please bring me a pair of
skates, a pair of knitting needles, and
a ball of woosted. a big doll, some
candy and fruit; that will be all for
this time. Your little girL Edith
Licata, Milton, Fla.
I am a little girl 6 years old and
I want you to please bring me a doll,
a table and some chairs, a wardrobe,
a heart and chain, a little trunk with
some doll clothes in it, a doll buggy,
a little bed with a mosquito bar on
it some hair ribbons, some handker
chiefs, some candy and fruit. That is
all for this time. Your little girl,
Beatrice Licata, Milton, Fla.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl four year old, I
am going to write a few lines to
tell you what I want for Xmas. I
want a little doll, a doll carriage and
a doll dress, stockings and shoes. A
little stove and a little tea set. Please
bring me some nuts and candy and
t apples and oranges. That will be all
'this Xmas. Your truly, Bettie Cush-
man.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy. eight years old.
I will tell you what I want for
Christmas. I want a cap pistol, a
bag of marbles a suit of clothes, a
pair of leggings, a soldier suit and I
want some apples and oranges and
some nuts. I will close for this time.
Yours truly Halcomb Cushman.
Dear Santa Claus: A-
I am a little boy 3 years old. Please
bring me a little horse and a pvp
gun and a nice suit; bring my ilttie
sister Gay Nell, a coat, can and a
(high chair. We live with Grandma
and grandpa. Don't forget them;
bring them something. Your little
friend, Grady Perry, 138 West Inten
dencia street.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am nine years and go to school
every day; -will you please bring me
doll and carnasre. a dress, hair
rffcbon, gloves, teddy, tea set, hand
kerchiefs, iron, a doll trunk and a
pair of combs, now please don't for
get our colored woman, as she is
very good to us; her name is Lizzie
and bring her some fruit. Yours
truly, Clara Antone, 1021 N. R street.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 8 years of age. I
would like for you to bring me a
pair of skates, some story books, a
cap pistol, cowboy suit, some candy,
fruit and nuts. From your little
friend, Lewis Bennett, 826 Gadsden
street.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want a rector, price $8.75. A B
B pistol, some bullets for my 22.
some fruit and candy and an electric
train, and an air rifle and bb's. Thats
all- Rutledge Lindsey.
ssBREAMS
is HAPPENS
ALL I VVANTJ
I SANTy TO ,
Santa don't forget Sammies little
sailors and soldiers in the trenches
at the front; don't forget to bring
some chewing gum. some raisins,
citron and a box of currants. I am
sincerely yours, Elma Mae. More. N.
Devillier street, Pensacola, Fla.
Milton, Fla., Dec. 18, 1917.
Dear Santa Claus:
Find enclosed one million kisses
for which please bring me a box of
handkerchiefs, a pair of knitting
needles, a ball of yarn, some blue
hair ribbon, a big doll that can open,
and shut hear eyes, some apples, or- j
anges, nuts and candy. I wl close J
for this time, your friend, Winnie
Harter.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl just twelve years
old. Now Santa I don't want much
on account of the war and I know
Mrs. Santa has to make mittens and
cakes for the soldiers, and first of all
please bring Uncle Sammy a new
I suit of stars and stripes so that our
country will not fade, and then 1
want a blue serge dress, blue sailor
hat, tan boots and a pair of skates.
Good bye, yours with pleasure. Em
ma M. Allen, 505 West Strong street.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl of four years old
and I want you to bring me a doll,
shoes, stockings, coat. dres3 and car
riage and do not forget my brother.
Yours truly, Josephine Moultrie. 505
West Strong street.
Dear Santa Claus:
I a schol boy of nine years and I
want you to bring me a story book,
pistol with caps, skates and some
fruit and nuts, and do not forget my
brother. He is 14 years old and he
.wants you to bring him a boy scout
suit and a number 22 rifle and a pair
of skates too, he wants to get in
practice for Uncle Sammy. I will
close. From Freddie L. Allen, 505
West Strong street.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 4 years old and
I want you to bring me a little auto
mobile, horn, cap pistol, and a little
sailor suit as I want to be a sailor
and please bring me a lots of fruit.
From your little patriotic friend,
Gibson Ferguson.
Dear Santa Claus:
I do not want much this year, but
dear Santa, please bring me what
little I ask for. Bring me an electric
train, and olts of track and a tunnel
that the train can run through, and
I want an Irish mail and put a bell
on it and bring me a football and a
pump to blow it up with, and I want
a drum with two drum sticks to beat
it with and a horn that will make
lots of noise and bring me a pair of
skates and a gun that shoots real
bullets, and bring me a cap pistol
and some c?r to shoot in it, and I
want a few fre works. Bring me
25 package salutes and 15, pack
ages of little fire crackers and 8
boxes of sparklers, 6 doz. Roman
candles that shoot 16 times each and
10 boxes of sparklers and dear Santa
I like ftruit and bring me some. 1
want just a half barrel of apples, one
crate of oranges, seven lbs. of rais
ins, and twenty-five pounds of nuts
and please just three five lb. boxes
of Whitman's candy. As I know you
will be dirty after coming down the
chimney, you will find a pan and
water and some soap so you can
wash and on the foot of my bed you
will find a towel, but please put it
back, as I did not ask you for much.
Please bring them all to me. Wish
ing you a merry Xmas and a happy
New Year, I remain, your little
friend, Jack Grant. 1020 N. Reous
street, Pensacola, Fla.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a boy 13 years old. I do
not want much, because the war is
on and I know things are hard to
get. So bring me a pair of stockings,
neck tie, some handkerchiefs, gloves,
and don't forget to bring me some
fruit, nuts and candy; some fireworks
and that will be all for this time.
Wishing you and Mrs. Santa Claus
a Merry Christmas and a happy New
Year, good-bye. Reginald Licata,
Milton. Fla. P. S. I live at Milton,
Fla., but I will be at my grandma'.-.
Bring them to 421 East Main street.
Pensacola, Fla.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 11 years old and
want to .tell you what I want for
Xmas. Please bring me an Irish, mail,
a pop gun to kiU the flies off of
mama's window ,a tricycle. Santa
don't forget the little orphans . and
fWHSX MAS
BECOME. Or -
Dear Santa Claus:
Last year I was very much pleased
with the toys you brought me. I
won't ask for so much this year, be
cause the war is going on and you
can't get over in Germany to get the
pretty dolls like before. I would like
for you to bring me a doll that opens
and closes its eyes, a doll carriage,
a little table and some chairs, a
wardrobe, a dresser, a bed, a little
safe, some candy and fruit. That
wifi be all for this time. Your little
girl, Elizabeth Lindsey, Milton, Fla.
P. S. A piano and stool.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl four years old
and I want you to please bring me
a doll and a doll buggy, a piano, a
doll bed, some furniture, a horn, a
train that runs on a track, a stove
and iron, iron board, some candy and
fruit, a heart and chain; that will be
all for this time- Your little girl,
xaicuie Lacata. Milton rla.
Dear Santa Claus:
- Pust a few lines to let you know
what I want. I want a doll that
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Bagdad, Fla., Dec. 18, 1917
Dear Santa Claus:
I hope you will come to see us next
Monday night, and I. want you to
please bring me a toy pistol, rubber
bail, drum, some fire works, a box
of candy, box paper, story book, and
some nuts. Don't forget my two
sisters and baby brother. Your lit
tle friend, C. E. Pendleton.
Milton, Fla., Dec. 18,. 1917.
Dear Santa Claus:
I thought I would write you a let
ter to let you know what I want. I
want a rifle- and baseball and a bat,
and a game. This is all for this time,
from your friend, Louis Armistead.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a boy living in Milton and 1
am going to eschool and in the third
grade. Please bring me a watch, cap
pistol," plenty of caps, a rifle, a story
book, and plenty of fire works and
some fruit. I thank you for the
things, that you brought me last
Christmas. Lorand Infinger.
Milton, Fla., Dec. 18, 1917.
Dear Santa Claus:
I thank you for coming last Christ
mas and bringing me all the toys
that I could play with. Please bring
me a cap pistol and some caps, and
a horn, a drum, and some fire crack
ers, and all kinds of fruit. I will
not ask for many presents this time
on account of the war. Please do not
forget to bring my dear little brother
some toys. He is only five months
old, and has never seen Christmas
yet. I am eight years old, ard in the
third grade. I will close with lota
of love. Your friend, Harry Eugene
Shepard.
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