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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, December 13, 1900, CHRISTMAS NUMBER, Image 8

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R Tovs. Dolls
Q 17 in kid body bisque dolls resr 50e
quality at Mo.
U in. kid body bisque head closing
fl eyes 25c.
Natural long curly hair jointed doll
2Ty worth 40c.
China dolls from 4 to 50c.
Doll baby carriages 22 in. at 50c.
WToy Iron trains from 25 to 50c.
Toy Iron stoves 10c.
Toy pistols ric.
Fire crackers 5cpkgc.
Albums, work boxes, cuff and collar
boxes, handkerchief boxes.
Albums from 50c to $11.50.
Work boxes from 25c to $2.50
Smoking sets from 75c to $1.50.
Collar and cufl boxes 50c to $1.75.
Glove handkerchief sets 50c to $1.25.
China and Glassware
China cups and saucers from 5 to 75c.
Oat meal bowls 10 and 15c worth 25c.
Rose bowls the "10c kind at 20c
China plates 10 15 and 20c.
Glass bowls and pitchers 15 to 50c.
Ladies kid gloves good quality at 75c.
Ladies genuine Foster patent $i.00
Large Line Handkerchiefs
Initial handkerchiefs from 8 to 25c.
75c all linen bleached towels large
size 65c.
Bleached table linen table cloth
50 to 75c.
White bed qr.ilti from 50to$1.50.
Is the Best and Cheapest
place to be found.
There you will find a
General Line of
Christmas Goods
Juvenile books from lc to .'15c,
Story books such as Black Beauty,
East Lvnn. Our Bessie, Dicks Sweet
Heart. First Violin 20 to 35c.
Mrs. Holmes works 5 volums $1.00.
Games. Authors, Old Maid Lottoand
others too numerons to mention from
5 to 25c.
Fine Line Qndics
All creams and chocolate the .'10c kind
at 20clb.
Fine stick candy 10c lb.
Good mixed candies tiiclb.
Winter Goods at
Reduced Prices
Mens heavy fleCtd underwear, shirt
and drawers H8Jc each 75c suit.
Boys heavy lleeced shirts and drawers
as low
and drawers
Men's shirts
Mens extra heavy sweaters
Ladiec 50c union suits at
Chtldrens union suits
Ladies Vests
Kxtra heavy vests
lilankets DO 0!) i5 wpiSD and si BO pp.
Mens gloves and mitts from 5 to 75c p.
Band ring good quality at 50c.
Set rings from 25 to 75c.
Hings for the little folks extra value
at 50c,
Cuff buttons from 25 to 08c.
Broach pins, hat pins and scarf pins
from 5 to 75c.
S. CHRISTIAN, Proprietor.
Monroe City,
Dec. 8. 1900.
Dear old Sinta Clans when
I think of Christmas being so
near, and knowing how good
you have been to me in the past
and how ungrateful I have
been. I feel a delicasy in com
raing again to you thiough the
Democrat asking you to bring
me what my childish heart
desires, but Santa all I can do
and promts to that by the help
of him who aiwavs helps us
when we asks in the wright
spirit. I will try to mend my
ways in the future by obeying
my God and parents and
teacher, I go to shchool every
day my teachers name is Miss
Lenna Evans I love her for she
is so kind to me now Santa if
you think I am worthy I would
like for you to bring me a new
cloak a pair of shoes a story
book, some candy and nuts and
other things you think I need
and now old Santa don't forget
all the little girls and boys of
our city. Especially the little
orphans please remember them.
I will close. I am eleven years
old I live on winter street and
my name is Fannie Hagar.
Columbia, Mo.,
Dec 7 1900.
Dear Old Santa Claus I
thought that I would write you
a few lines. I am a little girl
ten years old, I go to the
Jefferson school, I am in the
fifth grade, my teacher is Miss
Fanny Hicklin, I like ber. I
have six studies and they are
reading, language, arithmetic
I have two arithmetic, spelling
and geography, and they are
hard to. Well I guess I will
tell you what I want for
Christmas this year, I waut a
pair of skates and a doll my
little sister tore mines head off
I want a large doll two and I
want a collorrete and some
muffs, and a few story books
two anda ring and bracelt two
and some candy and oranges
and all kinds of nuts, well I
guess I have get enough for
myself, well I will ask you to
bring mamma and papa
something and my two little
brothers something two and
bring my little sister a doll and
some candy and my teacher
something Well I guess I will
close Good bye.
Your little friend
Allie Sandifer.
and I forgot to say I live in
Hunnewell Mo.
Dec 8 1900.
Dear Santa Clause. I have a
little sister two years old bring
her a doll and some candy and
apples, dont forget Mamma
and papa and Grandma folks
and Aunt Gertrude wants a doll
carriage. I am four years old
bring me a doll candy and
apples. I hope you will make
your trip all right. I am on.,
of your little girls.
Lilzie Miles.
Brookfield Mo
Dec 7
My Dear Santa Claus: Will
you please bring me a ring, a
pair of rubber boots, a tr.ack
intosh, a rubber hat, a waffon,
Rileys Poems. This is my first
year at school. I have such a
sweet Teacher, Miss Leaphart,
I try to be a good boy, ask my
grandpa Lyon and my Teacher
about me. I am seven year
old. I am going to Monroe to
spend Christmas and will hang
my stocking up at my grand
mother house.
Lots of love and kisse
Lyon Gartner.
Indian Creek Mo,
Dec. 7, 1900.
Dear Santa Claus:
I wish you would bring me a
puff comb, a handkerchief, can
dy, peanuts and any other things
that you can spare. I live in
the same place I did last year.
I hang my stocken in the sit
ting room by mammas bed.
Wishing you "A merry Christ
mas and a happy new year'' I
remain as ever your friend
Dulcie Buckman.
(age 11.)
Coopersville Marion Co. Mo.
Dec, 10. 1900.
Dear Santa Claus.
We are two little Sisters and
we live in the County five miles
North west of Monroe and we
go to school and our teacher is
Vernon Morthland well now
Dear old Santa we will tell you
what we want forChristmas we
want some candy oranges ap
ples Story book kitchen set and
a nevy dress well we think we
have ask for enough so we will
say good by your little friends
Elsie and Eunice McLeod.
glasses adjusted by Dr.
Ritchey guaranteed to fit or
money returned.

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