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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 December 1902

. 41 s, Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 15 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1902. NO 33 SCHOOL REPORT. Report of Monroe City Public Schools For Month Endinff Nov. 28, 1902. Roll of HONOR. Names of those perfect in at tendance (le)ortment Ho, aver age scholarship 95 with no grades below 95 in more than two studies. High School Daphne Craw ford, Edith Smith. Lida Lane, Vivian Veach, Zelma Wood. Grade 8 Blanche Green, Jes sie Hayden, John Jayne, Lam bert Lane, ElmerJLundberg. Grade 7 Ethel Baynum, El ma Smith. Grade G Andrew Robert shaw, Marguerite Reid, Savilla Hawkins, Gertrude Marshall, Elma Lane, Mamie Icenhower. Grade 5 Carson Eikle, Ed ward Jayne, Fannie. Jayne, Edith Jarman, Amy Green, Ed na Vaughn. Grade 4 Lyon Gartner, Mil dred Buell, Bennie Hickman, Emma Davis, Paul Linn, Charles Richards. Grade 3 Harold Davenport, Edna Bou I ware, Nora. Jamison, Walter Lear, Henry Burris. Grade 2 Prank Werner, Lula ;Seirgert, Gladys Willis. Grde 1 Massa Asbury. Laura Bell Brown, Neva ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 December 1902

THANKSGIVING lemon Preached Thursday, November 27ih, ivo2. by :t, i. r. Bone. Tkxt: "Pot all things are for your ..ikes, that the abund ant grace miv hi tin mirli the mn ii v il flfM re nolutely all the Children aiid placed in 1 !iu ior thanksgiving douiul i o t)i" 2nd C r. : la All things thh) - are fur God ha - cr. at'-. I th' world. Ai! Ihe mI- ry of God; yet all things art for i he c 1j d of God. Man is iihm' I hail brick and mortar man i mori than the mate rial 11 ii i versa God cares more for tin child ilia u he does for the In use He has built for the child to dwell In li great apostle says: things or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world, or liif. or death, or things to conn ; ail are yours; ami ye are Christ's an 1 Christ is God's" This world belongs to the children of Cod to use. but not to abuse. The atone ment. made by the Sou of (loci, is for man; death, because of sin entering the world is for man; the resurrection, predicat ed upon ihe resurrection of the Eternal Son of Gc...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 December 1902

f V... ..:' 'V " O Bi! Christmas kin c'iii FREE A PRACTICAL LESSON. SEE THE WEST IN ITS 1902 rnUbrtnl I Y. Tellinjf Why Tilings Arc Not Should Be. As They In each pound package of on from now until Christmas will be found a free amusing and instructive-50 different kinds. Get Lion Cc fffse and a Free Game at Your Grocers. of that Christianity which has made us such a powerful nation, and and has so wonderfully de livered us from all superstition and oppression. This then is a Christian na tion, constructed by Christian people, and for Christian ends, their religion the common law of the land. The Christian religiou is so inwrought into the laws of the United States that they can only be wisely interpreted by the Hflrht of the revealed word of God. A very distinguished American jurist has said that "the best features of the com moo law, if not derived from, have at least been improved and strengthened by. the pre yailing religion and teachings of the sacred book, especia lly those th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 December 1902

New, Newer, Newest, Is The Avery Wagon, It is the best timber and best iorned wagon on the market. THE PLACE TO GO FOR Driving and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Horse Blankets, Buggy Robes, Whips, Etc. is C. !1- SULLIVAN. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THE DEMOCRAT w. 3, ROUSE, Editor. U. i-'. HIXSON, city Editor. I I.KJIS $1.00 PER VI AR titered nl the pom office nt Monro City, M .!!! ! IllHttlT. Mo. IEL EPHONE ISO. it THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1902 THANKSGIVING. (Continued Krom Page 3.) log clnircli of tlie hardy pioneer of the wilderness, the metneti toes and memorials around and abuut us; t he ronsec rated g rave yards, their tomb stones and epitaphs, their si lent vaults, their mouldering contents all, all attest it. The dead prove it as well as the living. The generations that have gone before speak it. and pro DOunce it from the tomb. We feel it. All, all proclaim that Christianity, general, tolerant Christianity, Christianity inde pendent of sects and parties, that Christianity to which the sword...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 December 1902

ft Hi 8 Women's overshoes Boulware's Shoe Store. oc. Buy your Icll bunts ware's Shoe Store tti Boul 1 Christmas j Turkeys j Wanted. ). Congress convened Monday. Now for a Holy Show. 01)0 r I en EB, DM shipped a barrel of Ills MfCeilfnt SorfflOlltl tnoltrtfffl to Abilene, Tex is, Monda v. WiilSi CLUB. nntertaincd By Miss Anna McPlkc Boul-ware. Th unday entertainer, ware, was evening tl"1 royal Mi- s Anna I Soul - We Mad a levrga number o! choice fat tarkeyn ror the holiday trade. We bare tome large orders to mi. m must i't:in buying early in order to hi- suiv to got What we want. We also want large quantities of ohlotcena, d,uclra freeae, old rooeterei eggs and butter. We will pay tha bAffhost pot Bible priori in oath for everything in our line. We Promise a Square deal L Courteous Treatment to all Our locution in near the II. ft St. .Joe Depot And we are hen to may. lie sure to call on ih b 'lore you Hell. Yours truly, W. J, House, wife and little daughter, Anna France, spent part o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 December 1902

THE DEMOCRAT w. J, i rsK. Bdltoi R, r li l X-o.. Htj Kdltur. 1 CRMS Jl.OO H VI At fttttMfed ut the (i office at Monroo OUfr- Ho. IELEPHONE ). THTJ DA DE ii 1902 i I ' .I i . . i mil h1 ways conic out of Strenns barber shop. A. I-'. .) nkins, i I New Flor pnce, In ifuesl ol fri'Mals ne.n Hum w ell. II" i- Chair man of the Negro Democratic State L tie A Ki-s -. . peculiar proposh tion. Ol no use to one, yet ab solute blixH in two. The small boy i'.i-is ii for nothing, t e young nan Iiuh to steal ii ami ami t he i ild man has to buy ll Tin- i),iii'. right, tin lover's privilege.tfJie hypocrite's mask To ii ) ouii(i girl, faith; ti a married woman, hope, and to an old maul, charity. Palmyra Spectator When R V Sullivan left Some 'en days sine for Ken lucky, the home ol his boy hood, the Democrat wondered if he would Bnd the water in t In spings ,i rid bra lichen as good for cooking purposes' of yore. He writes home unci says: Tii i in pencil pusher the water is OK I am netting better and...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 December 1902

0 Building Paper of all Kinds w s AT RS68' LUMBER YARD- rrugated a r pet paper that will .ait tor years and ,,,, , en IN little. I do not Intend for any thing to ml ir rum i i in', lumber yard. 1 only s.ty this tiiut you may know thai i wiil not I)" undersold. Respectfully,! 1 dreamt tiie colt u' Nance not .sea ret Agio 'a 'run a way. 'N' the wagon broke -Then I a Woke, M V ' the r.;., ii bein to play. W i SOME BRIGHT JEWELS Worth RMdlflf from the Atlanta Con , stitution. a rni XH offer for fi Itytbo product FV df all oreviooa yean. VYi? rrvs ival. lruaraiitoa entire satisfac'lon . - . I. ll'l: .M .,.,,1 .... BE fy.fSTT ?r, i!;;vc a 77-YK. HECftRI), 1901 end gprttg 1902 rarpasi e i n c mi h id both 'N' shdutiu' "Wh w lion I Jet Us'lUll. .Si III. She'll kich us u d Cut 'it breecliln' 'i Chas. Guinness, dier I 'net mud L . iu, Nana 'On what grounds do you de- dlvoree?'1 naked the .tii! ic i 'er The rii ii la W ver. -l m possible i ame fer ti e rept ile to agree ii.".v bubj on a was yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 December 1902

WASH l!VING., -- - - - Is Religion For V. ill Mi n and Children. n Di 1,1 Heaven? Was i , it er crop SO t If l ' ion TIlMli tin Kirs' not indie There wm people in about co . day Bclloo 11 irt-u i in the i u in p ; Missouri? If li , . it the Un- S'TViCe lit - ' liurch was HtiVH ol the fact. jtmi ii h 'in enough i h,i i hi rge church to I tit! !l I ' ' I'' 8Utl- dp 1 1 n . wren ii at tli.it loeusomi Til -re present, 1 farmers, i one bankei uru as fcieavt st rvlt .. ,ii,(l far be ns tlieV were Ihev are a s live preachers ii politician!) nttici hi business men, two doctors, one lull lie carries insurance m m no policies on the Hot Place, one photographer, one trader, and well, whisper It easy, tell it not In ; ith, there was one newspaper man Gse whiz, the Missou; i.ins have so much they think there is uolhin g left to be thankful for. Indian Creek Misses Zinia and Magirie Weber ami Lyaid Moore, of Liiddonia. were visiting friends here lasi week. Miss Marv Wimsatt and er school of 85 pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

v y & c CHRISTMAS NUMBER MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Vol. 15. MONROE CITY. MISSOURI, DECEMBER 11, 1102. No. 37. If P . jjfe ... -jjj:- V- J ,' ,"'V'" ' W'V:' - i:w, ... i ' ' ! , .A: ; , - -!' fit''''"'' '' ' ' eJWBHfcBBWtemPammHH jSTSmBsPjlS' .' . & hv. " - si ;9hbbYIbbbp VIPO tap; 9BBBBBBmmBk JHtf oBHuBBBhw : m. W M .JSm'tm 'm if lw ii? ' Urn' jBHra .' hF ' "TOT -"P 1 BBS? .-.atAkmrnmBBBBBBBBBBW 44 Por Hs a Jolly Good Fallow." O O Among all the (oily good fellows Who travel tin wide world around. No fellow to good and to Jolly As Santa Claua aver was found ; Each Christmas ha comes around promptly With goodies and gifts loaded down. His roay old face alwaya smiling And never 4e faced by a frown. Yas. Santa 'l a Jolly good fellow At least so the little folk think. And were you to question the ciders They'd surely agree with a wink ; Tha merry old saint Is o'erflowlng With lova and a hearty good will. Each Christmas to him it's a pleasure Hit little 1 rhnds' stockings to till. How ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

S.ksZ r- HJ? KXKXKXXX x xx xx xx xx XX x xx n KX XX XK KX KX XX XX KX CHRISTMAS XX XX XX XX xk xx j xx xx xi xx xx xx ; Christmas will so.on be here and I want to inform you that we have the best line of holi day goods in the city. The following items are but a few of what you have to select from: Rochester Nickel Plated "C'C' aS Crumb Trays, Bread Trays, Waiters, Childreos Fancy Cups, Childrens Knives and Forks, Silver Knives and Farks, Roger Bros', "1847," Tea L Table Spoons, Roger Bros'. "1847 ", Nut Crackers and Picks. The Celebrated Velox Sewing Machine Will Make any Woman Happy. OARVING sets POCKET KNIVES... RAZORS. SCISSORS, WATCHES, GUNS.. .. RIFLES. AIR GUNS. . REVOLVERS SKATES FOOT BALLS BOXING GLOVES... PING PONG SETS. .. BOWLING ALLEYS. Why Not Buy Your Wife a Nice Steel Range. We Sell the Leading Stoves of the World, Such as 8 MAJESTIC, BRIDGE &r BEACH, BUCK'S AND MOORES', x P1rri'tirr Pi YllfVC yu wan any electric fixtures put in your house X pICwli 1 riAllll W cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

Christmas Gaines FREE In each pound package of Lion Coffee Monroe City Mo Dec 2nd 1902 Dear old Santa Clause. I want some Candy nuts and a little wagon a hobby ! horse and I want a train with from now until Christmas will be found a free Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game at Your Grocers. three cars to it and a engine to it so I can pull it. Santa you know I am very small and I can not ask for very much. So 1 will close wishing you a merry i I am a littk irl 1 Xmas so good by from your n to Srhnnl little boy. Thomas Hardy. P. S. Sarjta please dont tor get to" bring your reindeers with you. Thomas Hardy. Monroe City Mo. Drc. 3. 1902. My Dear Santa Clause. Monroe City Nov 30 1902. Dear Santa Clause I thought 1 would write and let you know what I wanted for xmas I want some candy and nuts and whatever else you want to bring, bring my little Bro Prank something to bring Papa and mamma something to 7 year9 old I at Hassard. Yours Edith West F. C. and American Beauty Corsets Monroe City, Mo....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

UNCLE JOHN'S XMAS. Dy Mrn Ooodtfln Rant "lien-I am, Uncle John, for your Christmas present." and the t:ill man found himself im prisoned lv a pair ot w.irm arm-;, while a sweet young face was u id up to his own. "Glad to see you Puss Yon look as your ma did at your aire It was kind of you to give up city holidays a i m i-.une into a country village i i the dead of winter." 'Oh. I came to visit j nu, and you are not dead roe cold." laughed .Jessie, merrily A thrill of new life went thnugh the old bachelor's heart. Then his sister had not let her children know wiiat a selfish old fellow he was The large Kingsley family bad scattered east and west, all except the eldest, John. When the t own took in the old home stead he was able to start a batik in the village. The more he enlarged in his worldy pos sessions the more contracted became his heart. He lived in the old brick homestead alone, except for the presence of a faithful old domestic and the hired man. He did not often visit his r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

t jI I 4 4 AS BUSY AS All clerks and proprietor at the GREAT j. B, ANDERSON DRY GOODS, CARPET AND CLOTHING EMPORIUM arc so busy tbat the Bess failed to find time to write an adv. but he wants vcur trade tusf ti 41 the samp, 1 1 it Mrs. Clai a Hoffman, who lias for many years served Missouri ; as State President and who is now national organiser and lecturer, wiU spe;i k in Monroe City on Thursday. Dec. lHth. She will address the local Ollion-at 2:80 in a parlor meet ing at the home ol Mrs. Bush. The evening lecture will be in! the Methodist church at 7:30. All are cordially invited and we leel sine that those who hear her will be repaid for their time and attention. Mrs. Hoff man is very popular both in Ameiica and England where received more toasts than any other American woman except ing Frances E. "Willard. George Chipman is now night operator at the Joe depot. Will Losson was changed by the Western Union and is now re ceiving market reports for L. C. Saunders. Charles Kaden and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

Monroe City Dec 1. 1902 Dr:n Santa I am a boy four years old I have been sick all fall ami mamma wontdet me go out cT doors to play, So I waut you to hi ing me lots of things to play witll in Hie house, bring me a horse and a cart building blockl and some caps, candy nuts and orange I will tell yon what Bessie wants for she is to little t' talk bring her a doll and a tni cup and some candy and bannai for she has got some teeth We are youi little Iriends Melvin and Bessie Little Clapper Mo Dec. 4. 1902. Dear Santa (Clausi I am a Little r i r I 9 years old. I go to school ;ny Teacher is Miss Mary Wimsatt for Christ mas I would 1 1 Ice to Have a chair and a Doll and a box of candy and nuts. I must close with love to you. Your little friend Elsie sims Clapper mo Dec. 4. 1902 Dear Santa Claus lam a little girl 9 years old I go to School my teachei is Miss Mary Wimsatt. for Christ mas I would like to have a Big doll dress and watcb and a Box of candy and nuts. I will close with love to yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

1' 1 f i t 9 KEEP WARH! Come and put your feet into a pair of - - - Perfect Fitting and Good Wear- I ing Shoes. I I 4 IF YOU WANT A PAIR OF Boots or Overshoes WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. mm? s i Clapper M Dec 4 1902 Saulie Claus Dear Bantta My name i Willie Buckman age 11 I live one mile north east of Clapper I want a pair of Rib overhalls and a pistel and a pair of gum i Hoots 1 am going to school io I Clapper and am in the Second reader Prom your little friend Willie Buck man Ladies' Overshoes Mens' Slippers Mens' Snag Proof Felt Boots $ .75 1.00 2.00 See Our Holiday Slippers. BOULWARE & SON, MONROE CITY, MISSOURI. Monro City Mo. Dec 2 1002. My Dear Santa Clans: The "DEMOCRAT" has been so kind as to offer to print our letters i-i it so you could get them so 1 wanted to write to yo". I am eight years old. I nave two little sisters. Vivian is three years old and baby Hattie is three months old. I wish you would please bring me a doll, and a doll trunk and some dis! ; some candy and f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

hristmas is Nearly Here! All three of thejoliy old men, Santa Glaus, Krisa Kringle and St. Nicholas have boon to Where they found the most, elegant line o( Ebonoid, Rose Wood and Piography Toilet Sets. Some arc mounted in silver, some in pearls. They are just lovely and 'the acme of what they want for young ladies and men. INOall S lxK lcct lot of toys for the amusement of the The medallions are of new designs, exquisite and caused the three gentlemen to smile with pleasure. The old as well as the latest gaincs arc here fot the good girls and boys. The new lamps are beauties and the bisque goods cannot be beaten. The albums arc gems, beauties, just the thing for centre tables and to keep valued photos in. The glass vases are superb and must be seen to be appreciated. toys little ones and the dolls, well, there are bisque dolls, white and black dolls, little and big dolls, dollies that will warm tb.2 hearts of some of the big girls as well as the little ones. Som: are dressed and som...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

I SANTA CLAUS GOODS ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN Watches, Clocks, Wed ding and Engage ment Rings, SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY. JUST THE THING MAS PRESENTS FIND AT FOR CHRIST' YOU WILL R. 0. Ballard's- Watch and Clock Repairing a Specialty. Mrs. Phillip Theiholf, of Hunnewell, was a shopper in the city Thursday. Dunbar Bell Ringers next "Wednesday evening. Get seats checked Saturday morning. We are in shape to handle 100 000 bushels of corn daily. Mon roe City Milling Co. Hon. S. J. Melson, of Jack sonville, Pla., is in the city and wants a car load of good horses for the Southern market. 12 11 Emmet O. Hallock, of this city, foreman on the Palmyra Herald has pinched one of his thumbs in a job press, trashing the bone, Judge C. P. McCarty was a business visitor in the Bluff City Tuesday The Busv Bee Society ol Miss Mabel Proctor's room Public School in Palmyra- have received their pins and are proud of them Miss Proc tor's home is in this city. The Dunbar Bell Ringers will be at the opera ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

rT""1"" iiiiiiin muhi a uilujiu DnmfM ffmmar Fancy Prices Are fllulays Paid by HENDERSON I x & son a: u u u csr: - ccz- 3 c - :;. r C3 C3 POULTRY j ' AND Km) 1 EGGS We, like the Dutchman, buy and sell such quantities of poultry and eggs that we can afford to pay the highest price and sell at a low margin. Indian Creek mo dec. 7, 1902. Dear Santa Claus Will you please briny me a doll ring peanuts orange some candy 1 am seven years old I go to Miss Sallie Mcnelis school I live at Indian Creek that is all t have to sav this time . I your friend Bernardine Spald itlg good bye Monroe City, Mo Dear Santa Clause. I will write you a few lines to let you know what I want. I want a trunk and a big boll aud my little brother a little wagon and I want a pair. of rubbers and shoes and bring me some nuts and some candy and I will close for this time. Your friend Bessie Mudd. Monroe City Mo Dec. r.th 1902 I Dear old santa I am seven years old, ! and will write a letter as I did ; last Xmas. 1 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

ARE YOU READY? WE ARE. To show you many things that will make you useful and beautiful Christmas presents. We have worked hard for weeks and months selecting this Xmas stock and we are anxious to have you pass judgment on our efforts. We cannot describe all the various articles we have, but we especially call your attention to our splendid line of Table Linens, Lunch Cloths, Napkins, Towels, & Dainty Handkerchiefs, fRugs, portiers, lace curtains, h . carnet sweeners. ladies' house J f) slippers, golf gloves for men, f women and children, pictures, f) handsome silks for skirts and f waists, tortorise shell combs. h Millinery, very stylish hats, ( both trimmed and untrimmed n soft crush walking hats and black velvets, veils hat pins, V baby hoods & tam-o-shanters. I) Cloaks, handsome furs, what gift could bring more pleas ure? Pretty effects in flan nel and light weight silks for kimonas, ready to wear skirts, black mercerized sateen petti-coats, a most acceptable gift, ladies...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 December 1902

Before Packing Their Great Bundles With all Kinds off Tropical Fruits, Nuts and Candies Santa Claus & Kriss Kringle Will visit- a M ft H n n wriA Ai n J wr i i wn a i. 'a ror mey rvnow wnax me noys anaoiris warn ana wnere o gei i. R Bulls is also Headauarters for Fancv and Staole Groceries. Drv Goods & there m IS You will Find a nice Line of Shoes Your Xmas dinner Complete Without Visiting v A TELEPHONE NO 67 M Palmyra xMo. Dec fi. 1002 Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy five years old. My mamma said I must write to you if I wanted you to bring me anything. DeaEr Santa Claus I'm trying to be a good boy for 1 want yon to brUtg me a watch and chain, a rlir, a pair of gloves and some Candy P'ease don't forget to bring my mam ma. papa and big brother some thing too. And bring all the little orphant children some thing nice. Your little friend, Arthur Go-ttman Palmyra Mo Indian Creelr Mo Dec. 6. 1002 De ar Old Sauta Claus. I see in the Dkmockat you want all the liitle girls and ...

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