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n mm . ' ! 0 THE COMMERCIAL Entered at the poet office at Cnioo City, Tcu Dfssce. u aecond-cliuia mail matter. Marshall & Baird, Union City, Tenn. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914. Letters to Santa Glaus. I'Vto-ti- It will be ECONOMY for you to visit our store before buying your Xmas presents. We have multitudes of attrac tive, unusual articles for gifts that you will not see or think of when going through other stores. Our Xmas stock will be EASY to inspect as your attention will not be distracted by articles that are not suitable for presents. Telephone 79 We give you what you ask for. o HENDERSON'S in 10 $1 Pays, for The Commercial 1 Year Christmas Goodies The usual line of good things to eat. Fruits, -Nuts, etc. Give us your order for Fruit Cakes, Layer .Cakes, Angel Foods, Mince Pies Gift Packages of High-Grade Candies and Cigars OS Pfl 109 Good Job Printitig a Specialty Here Agents G!u!j House, Lyndon, Charm Canned lleekin's Coffees, Teas and Spices SPOTLESS FLOUli jp raiili W. Aclams Telephone 421 We Deliver the Goods" . 306 East Main Street ! DearSaDU: I am a little girl 11 years of age. " Want you please come to see me Christmas? I wad a doll, a doll bed and a - little trunk and a box of candy. Don't forget my papa and two brothers as I haven't any mother and have to keep bouse for my papa, j you may know I am a smart little girl. Be sure and bring me a a Dice lot of fruits. Mila Staxlky. Union City Route 8. Dear Old Santa Taws: As it's so near Trismus I fought I bad better let oo know what I would like. I am a little boy four years old. I have one sister, one brother and a papa. Don't forget 'em. I would like to have a itile gun, a ittle wagon and some marbles and a lot of nice fruits and some fireworks. Your little true friend, Huou Thompson Stanley. Union City Route 8. Dear Santa: I am a little girl 7 years of age. I wont you to please bring me a doll, a doll bed and a buggy, a little piano and alolf of nice fruits of all kinds Remember my three brothers, mam and papa; bring them something too, Your little girlie, Hazel Speight, Union City Route 8. Dear Santa Taws: It will soon be Trismus and want you please come to see me. I. am a little boy three years of age. I want a little wagon so I can pull it, a little gun and some fire crackers. Don't forget mama, papa two brothers and a sister. Your little friend. James Franklijj Speight. Union City Route 8. Dear Santa Claus: I am a litle boy seven years old. I have a little brother fourteen months old and I am going to write for him too. Santa Claus, bring me a pair of gloves, harp and a rain coat and lots of good things to eat, Bring brother a little wagon, horn, fire work and lots of good things to eat, Don't forget mama and papa. Your little boy, Willis Edgar Reese. Dear Ulu banta llaus: 1 am seven years old this Xmas. I have- tried to be a good boy and I want you to bring me a football, some colored crayons, some books with easy words that-1 can read, some fireworks, and lots of good things to cat. Your little friend, , Robert Howard Hickman. Dear Santa: I am a (very good little boy. I am four years of age. I want you to bring me a little bank, a wagon, a rubber ball, candy, apples, oranges and nuts of all kinds. Don't forget papa and mama and my little brothers and sisters. Chester Roberts. Union City, Route 8, Box 67,,r,, Dear Santa: I am a little girl six years old. I go to school every day, but snow is on the ground, so I guess I can't go this morning. - I want you to bring me some dishes, a doll bed, a little stove and some candy, apples, oranges and nuts of all kinds. Don't forget papa and mama and brother and sisters. Opal Roberts. Union City, Route 8, Box 67. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy six years old. I want a little horse that will unhook from his wagon and a train that will run on a track with a little j switch at every corner and an Indian suit. Bring Frances, my, little sister that you phoned to yesterday, a doll, a doll bed and a go-cart and some tin dishes, she will break other dishes. We will have our stockiDgs banging on the foot of the bed to fill with goodies. Be sure not to forget Grace and grandpa and papa and mama and everybody. Grace showed me a picture of you on a chimney top and another man taking your picture. It sure was cute. Robert Alexander Branskord. Union City, Tenn., Dec. 14. Dear Santa Claus: I want you to bing a witta wocart and two or free witta dolls, a diamond wing and a wavaliere, some tandies and nuts. Now please do bins me dees nnd I will be a dood win dirl. Tm Dksham. Dear Old Santa: I am a little boy four years old. t want youjto bring me some firecrackers, .1 toy pistol iand caps, a nice lot bf good things to eat. Don't forget the other little children." John Henry Crawford. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy seven ears old. I have been a good little boy this year, and I want you to bring me an automatic pistol and caps, and just anylhing else you think would Le nice for a little boy. Don't forget all the other little boys and girls and please don't forget papa and mama and mama and pa Hudson. Your little friend, a Clyde Hcdon. Union City Route 3. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy two years old. I want you to bring me some candy, oranges, apples, nuts and a rockey horse. J. Hugh Crawford. Dear Santa: I am a little girl 11 years old and want you to please bring me a bi&th stone ring and locket and some fireworks too, some oranges, ap ples and all kinds of nuts, and bring me a doll trunk and chair. Bring my little sister lots of things too, and don't forget father and mother, because they like lots of things too, and bring grand ma a rockingchair. Bring my teacher, Miss Hattie Ferguson, a nice basket of fruits. I will be back next Xmas. Your dear little girl, Estrel Grooms. Union City Route 3.' Dear Santa Claus: lama iittie girl eight years old and please bring me a piano, a doll chair, a doll dresser and a story book. I would like a ring and a locket. I want a doll bed and a doll tub and I want you to bring me a nice lot of apples, oranges and candy. Don 't forget mama and papa; bring them something nice too. Please don't for get my two grandmas. Bring m,y school teacher, Miss Hattie Ferguson, a nice basket of fruit. Vktrice Grooms Union City Route 3. Dear Old Santa: Please come to see me. I am a little boy one year old Now bring just what you think nice for a tot like me. I have two brothers, 10 and 12 years old, don't forget them brin", them anything you wish. Your little friend, r James Dennis Russell. My fear banta Ulaus: rieaseremem ber me. I have been a good little boy and I waut you to bring me lots of nice things for Christmas. I live next door to Dr. Turner, on Fourth street. Please don't forget my big brother, Walker. Your little boy, Howard Turner. Union City, Tenn., Doc. 15. Dear Santa: I am a little boy. I go to school every day. I am. very cute and sweet. I want you to bring me a ittle toy automobile, air gun, a little long red train, lots of fireworks, lots of nuts, candy , and good things to eat Don't forget the other little boys like me. Your little boy, Homer D. Slayden, Union City, Tenn., Route 8. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy 11 years of age. I live in Tyler, Mo., I some firecrackers, oranges, apples, nuts have read the letters from the other lit tle boys and girls. I go to school and am iu the sixth grade. I would like to have a bicycle to ride and a book to read. I have a good many books but I have read them. Yours truly, 1 Gray Boston. Tyler, Mo., Dec. 14. Dear Santa Claus: Bring me a doll and a book and a desk and some build ing blocks and a book-case and some uts and apples and oranges and a muf fler collar. I am a little girl seven years old. I go to school. I go to Sunday school too. Your little girl, Mary Nell Boston. Tyler, Mo., Dec. 14. Dear Santa: I am a little curly-head ed girl five years old. Please bring me set of little dishes, knives, forks and spoons and a big baby doll with natural hair bobbed off and a little table and chairs and a doll buggy, candy, apples, oranges and nuts. I am, your little friend, Elsie May Nichols. Obicn, Tenn., Dec. 15.; U-i , P. S. Please don't bring me a negro doll. Dear Santa: I am a Iittie girl eight years old. I go to school nearly every day. Please bring me a big baby doll with natural hair, a doll cart and a doll cradle, a little dresser, candy, oranges, apples and nuts. I am, your little friend, Hazel Effie Nichols. Obion, Teno., Dec. 15. Dear Santa: I wilt write you to tell you I am back to my old home at Lake Center. Will you p'ife briug me a bicycle to ride to school. I am ten years old and don't care for doli.; I have no time to play after schoojf. l Vlp my mama and care for my Iif,jrt goat and the turkeys, pigs and cows. Please remember all little orphan children. Your little friend, Helen Pruktt. Dear Old Santa: It seems so very long since you were here. The days are getting so much longer to me and will be until you come again. I want WE HAVE SOME DANDY PATTERNS FOR SUITS OR OVERCOATS Take your measure and have them ready 6 to 8 days. $15.00 to $50.00 GOOD Xfl AS GIFTS: SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, COMBINATION SETS I BATH ROBES, SWEATERS, REEFERS I FOR EVERYBODY GIVE US A CALL o70 i oaaery Building n ii il ojG,fo)'0f Allt Minrini'o IllllUUtiU flnnrc Pnlnmno ii uuuiui uuiuimiu Shingles, Posts, Rails and Pickels ; Some Second-hand and Rough Lumber VERY CHEAP Askins & Dircks Lumber Co. PHONE 53 UNION CITY, TENN. i heap illllll IB mjr uui m III Is not necessarily the lowest In price ih from CL-r''A K . . since the value Is largely determined by the quality you receive, and if It Is . FREE FROM DIRT of all kinds. We guarantee our coal to be of the best quality, and at the end of winter will prove the cheap est, because it will go the farthest IVB E L V 1 fJ CO A L CO. Telephone No. 11. 3 Ii you to bring me a doll, raincoat, ring and sois .-'bbers. Santa, you be care ful during this bad weather and don't expose yourself any, for you may got sick and not get to come. We sure do want to see you. Come to see all the little children, and don't forget my teacher, Miss Allen she is so good to all of us. Be sure and don't pass us by. Your little girl, Marguerite Hale. Mr. Santa Claus: Please send me a littlo automobile that will run, a little grandpa. Your little girl, Til ELM A WlLftOX. Union City, Dec. 12. ' Deaf Santa: I am a little girl seven years old. I want you to bring me a little baby doll and some oranges, ap ples, nuts and all kinds of fiu't. Don't forget mama and papa and grandma and grandpa. Your littlo girl, Louise Wilsos. Lame back may come from overwork, cold settled iu the muscles of the baci, or from disease. In the two former fire wagon and an airship if you have ca-s the .ght remedy is BALLAKD'rf wy w.hmwi, it should ..bu JrtiLbedjn thorcusUy iit? aMcctcd part, tuo relief will be prompt and satia- one. Please don't forget little sister. - - I am, . -Bex Leww Dietzel. Union-City, Dec. 12. Dear Old Santa: Please bring me a big black -headed doll and some candy, nuts and all kinds of fruits. Please don't forget my sister. Mary Lou Wilsox. Dear Santa: I am a little girl 4 years old. I want you to bring me a little baby doll and some oranges, apples, nuts, and all kinds of fruits. Don't for-j get mama and papa and grandma and I factory. Price 2oe, oUo and fl.00 nt.r bottle. Sold by Oljver's Red Croas Drug Store. ' - ; advt All kinds of coal at Union City Ice & Coal Co. COLDS & LSGRIPPE 5 or 6 doses COO will fcresli any case cf Chills & Fever, Coldi & JLaGrippe; it acts oa the liver better than Calomel snd docs not rioe or ilcken. Price 25c.