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Christmas Presents of REAL merit can be selected from the Furniture line at NAYLOR'S. A gift of
an article of Furniture for the home does not mean a pleasure to-day and gone tb-morrow, but a pleasure each
succeeding day for years to come. We mention below a few of the many good things we are offering, and call your
attention to the fact that it is our endeavor, at all times, to give the BEST Goods for the PRICE, no matter what
Dining Tables Jardineer Stands and Pedestals
1 In quartered golden WMEsU n Mahogany and Oak.
oak, non dividing pedes- Wmtmmm A large, nice line at $6,
i. square ana rouna 5 qq 3 qq j 75
tone Pillar tnnlps in all I JMt. 17
Prices from $4.60 to $40
In leather slip seats, box seats, leather and wood;
selected quartered oak. Prices $27.50, $24.00, $21.00
down to the cheapest at $4.50 per set.
A fine line, oak and mahogany
polished, leather upholstered,
solid wood and cobbler seats.
Reed Rockers in the light and
Largest line of the FAMOUS
TA Y L O R COMFORTABLE
ROCKERS in Marshall.
Rockers of all kinds for all peo
ple, big, little, old and young; ir
resistible values.from $1.25 to $35
China Cabinets, $22.50 and $35
Treat yourself to a Sterns-Foster Sleep Maker,
the best Felt Mattress made, open end; you can see
what it is filled with. Prices from $10 to $16.
The Sterns-Foster Tuftless Felt Mattress, soft
as a feather bed, imperial edge superior to any
tuftless mattress made, price only $16. Why pay
Genuine Ostermoor Mattresses, $15.00.
Sideboard and Buffets, $14, $45
Quartered oak and steel frames, all automatic,
upholstering in all, built on the all steel construction
no breaking down. In Genuine No. 1 Leather, Car
Plush, Crushed Plush.Imitation Leather and Velours
a large line and beauties first class articles only
$27 50 to $65.00.
A fine line in Vernis Martin and all
enameled finishes from $2.25 to $25.
Prices $5, $6, $10, $1650, $23.50. One of our
$23.50 solid oak, nickleoid extension top, complete
cabinets, a fine present for the housekeeper, the
best cabinet on the market for the price.
need no introduc
tion. The Gunn,
made 'in Grand
Rapids and of Grand
Rapids quality, the
simplest in the con
struction and the
smoothest in opera
tion. A fine pres
ent for anyone.
BATH ROOM FIXTURES
We are showing a large line of fine brass, nickel
plated bathroom fixtures, soap dishes for the wall,
tub and sink, Tumbler-Holders, Sponge-Holders,
Comb and Brush Holders, Tooth Brush Holders,
Glass Shelves, Garment Hooks, Paper Holders,
Enameled frame French Plate Mirrors, plain and
beveled plates, round and square.
Divans, Rockers, Arm Chairs, odd pieces in silk
and leather coverings, at all prices and a variety of
Parlor Tables from 75c to $8.50
Polished quartered oak, quality of wood the best
fine grain and finish unsurpassed. $10 to $20.
There are still many useful and pretty articles
that time and space forbid us enumerating, but will
be glad to have you come in and let us show you.
West Side Square,
B. F. NAYLOR, FURNITURE,
Santa Claus Letters.
Marshall, Mo., Dec. 6, 1909.
Dear Santa Claus:
Flcaso bring me a doll, a pair of
kid gloves, two story books, some
candy, oranges and bannas. Please
-don't forget mamma" and papa.
Yovr loving little friend,
' Slater, Mo. Dec. 7, 1909.
"Bear Santa Claus: i (
Will write and tell you "what I
want for Christmas. I want a
b wagon and anything else you
want to bring me.
Please don't foTget my little 'sis
ter Nellie. I am seven' years old.
J go to school and am in the second
leader. Well good by.
Miami, Mo. Dec. 6,1909
Dear Santa Claus :
I am a little girl four years old.
I would like for you to bring me
a little cook-Btove, tea-kettle and
coffee-pot, candy and oranges and
bring little sister Ooldlol a rattle
and doll. My papa's name is Ben
Barnes and We live on Route No. 1
' From your little girl,
( Miami, Mo., Dec. 5, 1909.
Dear Santa Claus: 1
I want a doll-bed and doll, candy
oranges and cbdwin'g gu My
uapa's name is Ben Barnes. Wo
live on Route No. 1 Miami, Mo.
' Your little girl,
,; ' Miami Mo., Dec. 6, 1909.
Dear Santa Claus;
I Jam a Utile girl 6 yearn old. I
go to ,'school (every day I want
. piano and Peary-Cqok Eaqu'lmo
boy 8 years old.
book, nuts, candy
want a nice
doll and little looking glass, and
bannanas and peanuts and crack
er JackB. My papa's name 1b Will
Stephens. We live on Route No.l
I am your little girl, i
Here I come again telling you
what I want. I want a suit of
clothes and an air gun, My broth-
or wants a rattler and ray sister,
Mildred Louise wants a pair of
I am your boy,
DONALD B. CLAWSON.
Miami, Mo Dec. 6.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 6 years old
and go to school every day. I
want you to bring me & piano and
Peary-Cook Esqulmo doll, candy,
and nuts, I ani Ben; Barnes little
girl and live on Route 1. Miami.
Your little friend,
MARTHA HELEN BARNES
bananas. That is all.
Wavejly, Mo. Dec 11
Dear Santa' Claus:
I am, a little boy 6 yeras . old
I go to school every day nearly
through the first reader I like to
go td school I wissh you would
bring mo a little express wagon,
drum, horn, train, candy and huts
oranges and bananas. I have 3
brothers be sure and bring them
something and dont forget papa
and mamma. '
Nelson, Mo., Dec. 4, 1909.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 7 years old, I
have two Utile sisters. I want
you to bring me a necklace, a sack
of candy and nuts. Bring my little
sister Letha May, a nice doll 'some
candy and a watch. And bring my
baby sister Dortha 'Lois a rubber
doll and candy ad oranges. Be
sure and come to the ndw house wo
will be moved by Christmas.
. .Good bye,
Plater, Mo, Dec. 13.
Dear Santa Claus: i
,1 thought I Would writ you a
llttlo letter 'tib toll you .what I
want for Christmas, ' I am a little
Sweet Springs, Mo., Dec. 4.
Dear Santa Claus: . f
I am' a little girl 9 years old. I
would like very imuch, for you to
bring me a doll with real curly hair
I (never owned a nice dolly and I
always wanted one and don't for
get baby brother Iho is 14 months
old and bring 'pap& and mamma
something so this is all with best
wiBhes to you. I
will tell you what I want, a pair
of mittens, all kinds nuts, candy
oranges and bananas and some
thing nice for father and mother.
. Slater, Mo. Dec.10.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 7 years old.
I live 5 'miles southeast of Gilliam.
My papa's name is Anthony Huff.
Please bring me a watch, Noah's
ark, post card album, nuts candy,
oranges and bananas. I will close.
Sweet Springs, Mo. Dec. 11. nuts' and oranges and a pencil. And
Dear Santa Claus : I uon t lorgei momer ana iatner ana
I am a' little girl 6 years old I mV BtorB and brothers. I will
live 0 miles northeast of Sweet close my letter.
Springs. I want you to . please Good Dy Santa,
bring me a little cook,otove, a lit-' PEARL E. WEINREICH.
tie coffee mill, a pair of over shoes !
candy, nuts and oranges and please Waverly, Mo. Dec. 13.
bring a stick of candy for my baby .Dear Santa Claus
Malta Bend, Mo. Dec. 1908. hers (cause I think it will take a big
Dear Santa Claus: f one) I ' (wish you would (bring him,
I will write you a letter today a nice little high chair all painted
and tell you that I (want a Necklace red and I 'guess a pair of stockings
and a new, post card album and rubber ring and rattler. And.
some candy and nuts. My papa's please bring me, cause I am 'a good
name is Wesley Rohn. I guess that ( little girl, a trunk and key, blue!
is all I (want. " . eyed doll that will go to sleep, a.
Your friend, ' I ( doll duggy and somo real nice nuta,
ETHEL ROHN. and grapes. Kindly remember all
: little girls and boys especially the
Marshall, Mo., Nov :27.
Dear Santa Claus:'
It wont be long till Christmas.'
I will tell you what I want. I. want
Your littlo iglrl,
a tennis ball, a hair ribbon, a story P. 3. I anything happens abd you
book, somo handkerchiefs, candy, can't come, please send o'no ot
Continued on' page 9,
Waverly, Mo., Dec. 13th.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a lttle 'boy thirteen years
old. I am in the fifth grade., (Now
Santa I wajnt 'a few things for
Christmas. I want a new cap, a
pair ot glovcB, a pair of jpants an
air gun, and. a knife, somo fire,
crackers and nlgerchasers, some
candy and nuts abd that is all for
li -I '.'
Doar Santa Claus:
Sla'tor, Mo, Dec 13;
I thought I would write you 'a
little letter tro 'let you knoy what
Iwantjfor" Christmas. I. am a
little boy just; C years (old. Now I
Sweet Springs. Mo. Dec 4.
Dear Santa Claus: t"
As Christmas is almost here 1
thought I (would write you a lefctjer.
I am 11 years old and I 'am going
to school. I help '.my papa all I
can., I cant plow almost as good
as papa. So you see I am1 a good
boy. PleaBe don't forget 'me, I
live on the Bishop farm.
I am a little girl 6 yeras old
and I; go o school at Eli College
every day I (like my teacher fine. I
wish you would bring .me a little
rubber doll some candy, nuts, land
oranges and a littlo bed for my
doll do not forget my brothers and
sisters and H. Y. and momma,
Malta Bend Mo., Dec. 1st.
It wont be long until you will
be coming to visit us so Hv;lll write
you a short letter, this being my
first, I am four years old how old
are you? I havo blue eves, and
Dec, 5. flaxen curls. I am going to jspend
Christmas with grandma and grand
Ttnar Santa Claus:
Will you 'please bring ine! a doll pa Burnett at Waverly, I guess you
and a eto'vb, a wash tub, board and know where that is, and you may
winger and ja doll bed. Bring my tl nd my stocking In grandma's
llttle?fl(st er Virginia a big rag (doll room. I have a little baby broth-
becauso ,she breaks all of mine. I S (weeks, old his name Is B.J. Jr.
ani Cycars old. li
,;(.' Your aoving friend,'
cpme to live, with ua einceyou were
here last time, tie has ,no stockings
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MiMMMMMMMM M , , LtJ . ... ... J ABOIX. , . ...... ..
" ANNA ELIZABETH; POLLARD but mamma will Jba? him one, of
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As a contrast to. the short wilt of EX
H. Harriman, one might mention the.
will ot the late Lord, Grlmthorpo, In
.ho framing ot which no fewer, than
11,070 words were used; and that of
Mr. Edward Bush, a retired Gloucester
engineer, who died last autumn worth
114,813. and disposed ot it In a will
containing 20,000 words. Strand.
Glast Tanks Replace Cement.
The wine storago houses in. France
are now using cement tanks lined
with glass instead of old wooden onos.
The glass lining is used for two rca
sons the acids in tbo liquor deconv
.pose tho cement, while thecodont ab
sorbs the bouquet ot the wine. A
tank In Havro has a capacity of 290.
000 gallons. .
Trained Eflgtss for Aviation,
One ot thq most anatlo ballopulns
projects ot the past Was that ot an'
Austrian who suggested,, nearly a cen
tury ago, that balloons might bo
guided In any desired direction with
rtnp aid ot trained eagles, . '
Recced to Be, Proud Of.
Alfred H. Dopth "of Worcester,
Mans., has baeu organist at St, Mat
thew's church for 30eara, and n, that,
time , bns mlbsed but ine service.