Morning Examiner. (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 313, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 12, 1909 Page: 3 of 10

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We Want Every Lady to Share in These
GREAT SAVIHGS=-
A Big Store Brim Full of Dependable Merchandise Selling at Actual Cost. You Can't Pay a Profit on Any Article. I am
going to sell this Entire Stock and Fixtures. There are Carloads of Good Merchandise awaiting your choosing. The Best of Ready
to Wear Apparel, House Furnishings, Linens, Dress Goods and Silks, Christmas Novelties and Hundreds of Items bought for Holi-
day Shoppers. You have Excellent Choice from Every Department.
YOU CAN'T PAY WORE THAW MIST AT THIS StlF
This is not going to be a long drawn sale. People recognize the genuineness and have taxed our ability to serve them fast
enough. We have sold Thousands of Dollars worth of goods already and have many times as much yet to sell. We want you
to visit this store and participate in the Great Harvest of Bargains, such as were never offered in this city before. Buy Liberally.
Supply your wants for Months to come for Surely You'll Save.
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HARLOW'S Entire Stock and Fixtures for Sale HARLOW'S
Letters to Santa Claus
Dear Santa Clans:
1 want a nice big doll and doll oart,
a doll set of combs, doll bed, little
broom, a locket, a pocket book a set
of dislies, a box of handkerchiefs, a
bracelet, ring, a box of perfume, a
doll table, a little stove, two yards of
hair ribbons, a story book, a little
piano, doll jewelry set, doll's fur set,
a slead. a postal card album, a little
cradle and a set of furaiture, teddy
bear ami all the candy and nuts I can
cat.
Hulah and Esther Johnstone.
(!1(> Armstrong Ave. Six street.
Bartlesville, Okla., Dec. 8, 1909.
Dear Santa Olaus:
I know I ought to have written be-
fore but Mamma would not let me.
l'lease bring me a dotf, a picture book
ami rocking chair, some pretty hair
ribbon and don't forget some candy
and nuts.
Blanche Stover,
103 Cheyenne ave.
Deqr Santa Claus:
Please bring me a born and a
rockcn-horse, a little train, a book
and a drum and a saw and hatchet to
and some candy and nuts and oranges
Haskell Elam.
Bartlesville, Okla.
422 Jennings Avenue.
I am 4 years old.
Dear Santa Clause:
1 want a doll and a buggy, doll bed
and a little stove and a dress, well I
gest that is all this Christms,
Leslie Fugate
316 West 8th St.
a little pocket book and two story
books and a set of furniture and a
little bookcase, two boxes of perfume
aud a box of handkerchiefs and a
set of knives aud forks and spoons,
and a sled and little basket and a
game of flinch and a horn.
And all the candy I can eat.
Miss Maudie McConnell,
t>07 Armstrong ave. Six street.
P. S. Thank you Santa Clause for
tlie toys.
Bartlesville, Okla., Dec. 7, 1909.
Dear Santa Claus:
I would like for you to bring me
a train aud automobile. My sister
would like you to remember her also,
she wants some red ribbon and a work
box and please bring both of us lots
of candy, nuts and fruit.
From,
Boy Hane,
'.KM) Sast Second st.
Dear Santa Claus:
I I am a little boy 9 years old. I
want a billy goat and wagon and a
pair of skates.
Raymond Hcasor.
Box 44, Edna Kans.
P. S. and a whip also.
l>enr Santa Clause:
I want a nice big doll and a stove,
a little doll trunk and doll bed. little
table, little ae* of dishes, little doll
comb, doll jewelry set and a little
drum, and a wash tub, wash board
and wringer little doll rocking chair,
n hank and a post card album and a
drum, a doll cradle and a piano and
Dear Santa Claus:
I want a doll and a doll buggy and
1 want u muff and furr, a dresses and
n stove nnd n cradle and a rocking
chair, well this is all i can think of
this time.
So good buy,
316 West 8th Street.
No. 305 East 3rd St., Bartlesville. Ok.
Dear Santa Claus:
If you are at the office of Mr. Ed-
itor's won't you pleas send 'Me and
sister and 2 littel brothers some pres-
ents. We ant particular as our Dear
Papa got too hot in the sewer ditch
last summer and has been isck ever
cinee, in bed nearly all the time, and
Dear Mama works all the time to
make a living for us and send us to
school. Well, Dear Santa Claus, here
is the children's names: Mine is Eva
Emily Carpinter. and brother is Frank
his age is 8 years and mine is 10, and
Charley his age is 12, and sister Maud
is 13, so pleas bring us anything you
can, dresses or coats or pants or
shoes or anything, as we live at Tux-
edo Park on the street car line, and
used to go to Bapis Sunday School
till Papa got sick and hasen't got
any clothes to wear to Sunday school.
Now from little Eva Carpenter to
Dear Old Santa Cltaus. Mama's name
is Lizzie and Papa's is Alfred Car-
penter, Tuxedo Park.
Our Dear Santa Claus:
Will you please send me a post-
card album, a little doll with a sweat-
er and some sweater pants and a
stocking cap, a pair of shoes number
13 1-2 and a pretty white head scarf
and some hair ribbons and Some can-
dy aud nuts and fruit. Well I guess
that's all.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and
a Happy New Year,
V. Lucile Beaumout.
1208 Armstrong Ave.
Dear Santa Clans:
Mama was afraid you would not
And us as we have moved but sister
says the Examiner will see that he
gets our letters and 1 want him to
pleas*' send me a knife and horse and
a little wagon and some marbles and
some shoes and rubbers aud lots of
candy and some nuts. I live at 1208
Armstrong ave.
Francis H. Beaumont.
Bartlesville, Okla., Dec. 7, 1909.
Dear Santa Olaus:
1 am a little girl nine yeasr old, lire
at 103 Cheyenne ave_ l'|,.as„ bring
me a doll, rocking chair, story book,
pink hair ribbons and doll 'buggv.
Yours lovingly,
Marie Stover.
Bartlesville, Okla., Dec. 9, 1909.
Dear .Santa Claus:
As it is near Xmas time I will write
you a little in order to tell yon what
1 want you to bring me. I want an air
gnu with barrel bright and long, also,
a sled painted red like the other boys
have to coast on the snow and of
course some candy and any other
things you think 1 deserve. 1 am only,
four, years old and I am trying to be
a good boy. 1 hope you will have a
nice 6now so you can travel fast
Xmas night. Good Bye
Your little Boy,
Glenn Lang.
120.j Keeler Ave.
Bartlesville, Okla., Dec. 8, 1909.
Dear Santa Claws:
As Christmas is here so near I thot
I would tell you what I want for
Christmas. I want a pair of gluves
and a slay, a stocking cap, a pair
of boots, a french harp, a drum, a
bugal. Thats all.
By, by,
Cleo Stat ban.
brother Howard, he so small he dont
know what he dos want. Now if you
want to bring us anything else w#
shure wud be glade to get it.
Yours Resp.
Edith Straley,
Bartlesville, Okla., Dec. 11.
Dear Santa Claus: Will you please
bring me a air gun t
Charles Van Noy,
Street, 28 Delaware.
Bartlesville. Okla.. Dec. 8. 1909.
Dear Old Santa Claus:
As it is so near Christmas I thought
I would write yon a letter to let you
no what I want for Christmas. I
want a stocking cap and a pair of
gloves and a air gun and a pair of
rubber 'boots and that is all I want
for this time so I will loo kfor you
on the 25th of December, so be shure
and come.
Your friend,
Edmon Statham.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to bring me a pair of
red kid gloves. A new dress, hand-
kerchiefs, ring, sled, hairribbons,
manicure set. I have a great big fire-
place and don't let your sled turn
over coming.
Nell Morgan.
516 Chickasaw Ave.
Bartlesville, Okla., Dec. 8, 1909.
Dear Santa Claus:
Am a little girl four years old. I
would like to have you 'bring me a
Sunday school book '-Title" 'Mamma
loves baby and baby loves mamma.
A dolly's trunk and clothes, dolly's
[cart with parasol, little tub and wash
I board and dinner set, candy and nuts
| Guess that is all, dear Santa, with
love,
Your little friend,
Charity Hight.
424 Choctaw Ave.
Dear Santa Claus:
I would be please very much if you
would bring me a drum and horn.
Yours truley,
Dan Montgomery,
1024 Jennings Ave.
Dear Santa Claus:
I want you to come down my Chim-
ney and put in my stoking a grate
big lot of wood to burn and have the
desigen all ready on it. I will close
Dear Santa Claus:
I want a dolly and a doll bed and
dresser and a table. I am seven
years old and my pape is dead three
years in January.
Your little friend,
% Etta Belie Lewis.
Dewey, Okla., Box 446.
Dear Saint Claws:
I hardly know what I want for
Christmas but I gess I wud like for
you to bring me a doll. I have a little
■later Nellie. She wud like • doll to,
I have a little brother George, he
wants a wagon and I haw a little
for this time bat do not let the col4
and snow keep you at home.
Lorena Bell ,
318 Cherokee ave.
Box 331. Phone 25.
P. S. Come as soon as Xmas gets
around.
Dear Santa Clans:
I would be pleas very much if you
would pleas bring me a horn and a
trunk for my doll close.
Yours truley,
Eva Montgomery,
1024 Jennings Ave.
Bartlesville, Okla., Dec. 9, 1909.
Dear Santa Claus:
Won't you please bring me a brace-
let and some boots and a necklacs
and a blue dress. That's all send in
care of mamma and papa.
Esther Pairick.
E. 4th and Comanche No. 410.
Dewey, Okla., Dec. 10,1909.
Dear Sand Close:
i wuld like a suit of close, at Xmas
i am 11 years old and go to school and
can't work any now. 'My name is
Charley Hill, my sisters is going to
write a letter to. i Kve at Tuxedo
park.
ire will send tbe letter all together.
Hello Santa:
Well, how are youf Gee, I am glad
its put near time to hang up my
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The Christmas Tahi.,
will be more manning and ef-
fective if lighted with electric-
ity. We have some very beauti-
ful designs in decorative lamps,
embracing the entire ostagory,
from the plain Mission to the
most elaborate and oraste of
illuminating beauty. If y0„r
house is already wired the cost
installation will be very
small, and the charges for cur-
rent really trilling.
the BARTLESVILLE
electrical compact
Third Itrsst

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Booth, R. F. Morning Examiner. (Bartlesville, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 313, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 12, 1909, newspaper, December 12, 1909; Bartlesville, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc144288/m1/3/ocr/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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