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IS EN ROUTE TO PRESCOTT FROM THE NORTH POLE
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The “Foxy*1 Old Gent Invented An Air Ship and Expressed His Reindeers and Sleigh to Skagway, Alaska, Where He Will Get These
Letters Addressed to Him From Prescott—He is Coming at a Terrific Rate and is Due Here Saturday, Dec. 24, 1 1:30 P. M.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a doll buggy
and a little stove. Some apples,
oranges, candy, bananas and a
bunch of fire crackers.
Ruby Evans.
Dear Old Santa Claus:—Please
bring me a little saddle, harness
and bridle that will fit my Billy
goat, and a little wagon with
shafts, a little bicycle, apples,
oranges, candy, nuts, and some
fire works. Your little boy,
Lindell Buchanan
P. S.—Little Charlie said bring
him a little *Vgon,” apples and
“cannie.”
Dear Santa Claus:—
How are you? I want you to
bring me a gun and wagon, some
baby “giants” a dozen > l’ mat t les
2 agates, dime's worth of crocks,
some candy and nuts and a pair
of gloves. I want leather gloves.
Good-by.
your little friend.
Burton Andrews.
Dear Santa Claus:
How are you? I want you to
bring me a sweater, and some
candy .apples, raisins,01 anyes and
a pair of riggons, Bananas and
some nuts arc! a storybook, a
pair of skates.
your friend,
Rebecca Andrews.
Dear Santa ’Cl. u <: 1 ease
bring me a o.i head a ul a doll
buggy, apples, candy and all
kinds of nuts.
Bessie Hue’ nan.
Dear Santa Claus: 1 want a
red sweater, a great big doll, a
doll buggy, a teaset and a little
stove, a little table, some little
chairs, a little machine, a little
trunk lull o. nwthes, a post-eard
album, a set of furs and a brace
let. Some nuts, oranges, apples,
candy and bananas and lemons.
Your little girl,
Jeannette Burns.
Dear Old Santa: I would like
for you to bring me a knife,
some books, a game of dominoes
and an air gun, and don’t forget
little boys and girls who have no
papa or mama.
Your friend,
Edwin Steen.
Dear Santa C I a u a: —Please
bring me a story book, a picture,
a speech book, a hat pin and
soms fruit. Amy Moore.
My Dear Santa Claus: —1 want
a “Teddy” bear, a doll and a set
of dishes and a doll buggy and
some oranges, apples and candy.
Your little girl,
Jewel Bean.
Dear Santa Claus:—I want you
to bring me a ring and a doll and
a buggy and some oranges, ap
ples and candy and raisirs.
From Lorene.
Dear Santa Claus:—I will write
a few lines to tell you what I
want. I want.'a little doll buggy,
a picture book [and some hand
kerchiefs and some fruit.
Your friend,
Birva Hitt.
Dear Santa C1 a u s:—Please
bring me a nice new doll and a
doll buggy, some nice fruit and
nuts to eat. I hope you are well
and will have a present for every
one this Xmas.
Thelma Brummett.
Dear Santa Claus: —I am a lit
tle girl nine yeafs old. I would
like for you to come and bring
me a doll and a buggy and a
story book and a piano and a set
of dishes and a trunk and a stove,
and some candy, oranges and
bananas and apples and some
nuts. This is all I want this
time. Hope you will net pass
me by, I am
Vonnie E. Vinson.
Dear Santa Claus:—I want you
to bring me a doll and some
clothes and a buggy and little
stove and a set of little dishes
and some candy, ail kinds of
nuts and some fruit.
Your little friend.
Edna Andrews.
Dear Santa Claus: I want you
to bring me a bicycle and some
fire works and a train. I want a
uun that will shoot far into the
dr and a good story book that
has good stories in it.
Good bye. your friend.
Milton Young.
Mr. Sa^ta Claus My Dear
Friend:—! will be glad when
you come. Don't forget me,
for 1 never was forgotten. I
wonder if you v ill give me a
ring, a necktie and muff. Bring
me all you please Santa. I have
seen your picture but I never
seen you. Well, good bye.
Priscilla McClain.
Dear Santa:—I want a “’agon”
and a drum and some Roman
cannons and about five packages
of fire crackers and all kinds of
nuts and some candy, apples and
oranges. 1 forgot to tell you
that 1 wanted a story book. Be
sure and come. I will bang my
stockings by the chimney.
Allen Greeson.
Dear Santa Claus: —1 want a
doll, a ring, some games and
books and all kinds of nuts and
fruits. Mary Ward.
Dear Santa Claus:—I want a
“rocky” horse, a doll buggy, a
fur, a mutf, a bracelet, a scarf,
a story book, a toy auto, a
“Teddy” bear, a toy machine,
a toy train and some apples,
oranges, bananas, candv and
| nuts, Your little girl,
Sallie Norman.
Dear Santa Ciaus:~I want a
i couple of books am) » wheel and
! book strap. Also a key for a
pair of Richardson skates and a
box of candy.
Elizabeth Hambey,
Dear Santa Claus:—I want you
to bring me a doll and some
clothes with it. Also a bicycle
and apples, candy, nuts and a
nice pair of skates and a nice
story book. By the way, bring
me a piece of ribbon, a tea set or
a little stove. Your little friend,
JFannie Andrews.
Dear Old Santa Claus:—I am
not going to ask you for much
this year, for I know you have
more rounds than usual to make.
I only want a doll, doll buggy,
little set of dishes, a nice little
desk to study on and a story
book and also candy, all kinds of
fruit and nuts. Your little friend,
Pauline Lavender.
Dear Santa Claus:— Please
bring me some oranges, some
fire crackers, a story book with
easy words in it so I can read it.
Also some candy.
Arthur Trevillion.
Dear Santa Claus: -I want you
to brirtg me a bicycle, a little
doll and a pair of kid gloves,
some fruit of all kind. That is
all I want this time.
Helen Andrews.
Desr Santa Claus:—Please send
me a plain gold ring and a doll
and a doll cart and a pretty vace.
Also some candy and oranges,
Roman candles and rire crackers
Loise Derks.
Dear Santa Claus: — Please
bring me a little train, a horn,
some a b. c. blocks, a little
gun so I can shoot, and v. knife
and lubber ball, a story book
apples, oranges nuts, and candy.
I will be a good little boy.
Hoyt Beekner.
Dear Santa Claus:- Please
bring me a big doll with black
curly hair and black eyes, a
buggy and a trunk to put dolly’s
clothes in, and a nice little story
book and a locket and chair., ap
ples, oranges, nuts,and candy.
Your little girl.
Jessie Beekner.
Dear Santa Claus:—1 want
you to please bring me a doll
buggy, a table, dishes,candy, ap
ples and oranges, I will be good
and go to bed early.
Daisy Miller.
Dear Santa Claus: —Please
bring me a pair of glove?, a story
book,a drum also a little gun, ap
ples, oranges, nuts of all kind
and don’t forget to bring me
some fire crackers and Homan
candles. Your little friend.
Josh Moore.
Dear Santa Claus;- Please
bring me a pair of glove?, a lit i
tie gun, also a little writing desk
land drum, candy, apples, oranges
and fire crackers.
Your little boy,
Terrell Moore.
Dear Santa Claus: Please bring
me a doll and a pair of skates,
apples and oranges.
Your little girl,
Jennie Elkins.
Dear Santa Claus:—As you
haveso many to remember I
wont ask you for much. I want
a set of dishes, a small piano, a
set of furs,and a small supply of
fruit and nuts.
Your lictle friend.
Artie Duke.
Dear Santa Ciaus:—Please
bring me a big sleeping doll, a
set of dishes, apples, candy and
all kind of nuts, a story boo*.
Please don’t forget to come.
Yours truly.
Callie Woolsey.
Dear Santa Claus: —I want you
to bring me a rocking chair, a
big round stica of candy, apples,
candy and fire crackers.
Eddy Kirby.
Dear Santa Claus: — Please
bring me a ring, a little piano,
stove a little set of disnes, a doll
buggy, apples, oranges, candy
and all kind of nuts. 1 will go
to bed eariy and shut my eyes
real tight.
Your little friend.
Eva Griffis.
Dear Santa Claus: — Please
bring me a husband with brown
eyes and b!a:k curly hair. Now
dont forget me. I wanted
| you to bring me one last year and
you didn.t do it. You can diing
him to 3015 Hickory Street.
Your friend.
The old maid.
Dear Santa Claus: —I have
been a good girl and I hope you
will bring me a big doll, a doll
trunk, a little Iron, a pretty
ring and a story book.
Your friend
Puth Yancey.
Dear Santa Claus: Please bring
me a big wagon, a toy pistol, a
little tra;n, a horn and a knife.
Don't forget my little brother,
Watson, and bring me all kinds
of fireworks. Your little friend,
Jim Yancey,
Dear Santa Claus: I hope you
will not pass me by. I am seven
years old and am a good litttle
girl. I would like for you to
bring me a doll and buggy, a set
of dishes, a piano, some oranges,
apples, candy, bananas and nuts.
That is all I want this time.
Irma A. Vinson.
Dear Santa Claus:- How a'e
you? I will be alright if you
wj 11 brijp^ doll buggv.
Dear Santa Claus:—I want you
to bring me a drum, some fire
works, a cow boy suit,an airgun,
a horn, some candy, oranges,
apples and nuts. Now, old Santa
Claus, please do not forget me
for I have been a good little
boy. Your little friend,
Carl Carrington.
Dear Santa Claus:—I have
been a good little girl and have
studied hard. I want you to
bring me a doll buggy, a set of
dishes, a ring, a story book, and
all kinds of fruits and don’t for
get me. I will go to bed early.
Your Uittle girl,
Lula Beth Gee.
Mt. Moriah, Ark.
Dear Old Santa Claus: —I want
you to bring me a toy train, a
wagon, some nuts, candy, apples
and oranges. I w nt you to
bring dear “Mr. Ed.” a good
turkey dinner ar.d a long cigar.
Ellis Whitten.
Mt. Moriah, Ark.
Dear Old Santa Claus:—I want
vou to bring me a doll with long
yellow hair, some candy, oranges
and all kinds of nuts and apples.
Bello Whitten.
Dear Santa Claus: — Please
bri g me a doll, some randy,
nuts, apples, oranges and a little
tea set. Alpha Summers.
Dear Santa Claus:—Please
bring me a pair of skates.a drum
and a gun. That is all I want.
Bob Elkins.
Dear Santa Claus: — Please
bring me a big sleeping doll and
some apples, oranges, candy and
! all kinds of nuts and a set of
dishes and a nice story book.
Rena Woolsey.
Dear Santa Claus:-I want
you to bring me some candy,
some apples, oranges, a bicycle,
a tricycle, an automobile a train
j that runs on a railroad track, an
airship, a loop-th^-loop, some
clowns, some fireworks, some
monkeys and a story book and
an Irish Mail.
Fletcher Young.
> Dear Old Santa Claus:-I hope
you and all the children will
have a good time Christmas.
Please don't forget me.
Earl McKenzie.
Dear Santa Claus:—I want a
ring, a bracelet, a pretty vase,
lots of toys, nuts, candy, apples
and oranges.
Daurice Kelley.
Dear Santa Claus:-Pleaae
don’t furget this old maid this
Xmas. I axed you last Xmai
to bring me a man and I wus
disappointed, but I guess you
wus mistaken * here I wus and
carried him to Sai r she got
one last year. Now, Santa, I
live at No. 14 Dog Gone St in
that pea green cottage jistbelow
the hill. Please bring one that
likes cats fur I couldn’t separate
frum the half dozen I have. I
will leave the front door unlock
ed and you kin tie him to the
table in the kitchen. Now, I
want you to be sure and dont
furget me this time and I wont
never ax you no more to bring
me a man.
Your lonely old maid.
Mary Jane.
P. S.-Any old batchelor in
Prescott will do.
paper. Plug hard, reg
ularly, systematically*
Play up the best goods
you sell at the right price
in this paper.
(Copyright. IW1. l>» W
Our Policy
of Values to
Christmas Buyers
We sell only the BEST. A gift
from here is sure to be SOME
THING GOOD, and to be appre
ciated. W« try to do everything
JUST RIGHT, and solicit not only
your business but your criticism
and suggestions.
CALL AND SEE OUR LINE,
Chas. Adamson
Jeweler
EAST ELM ST.. PRESCOTT. ARK.

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