The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 114, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 18, 1912 Page: 6 of 8
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THK SHAWNEE 1 >A 11■' NKWS UK!?M .H
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 18, 12
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS
Jumping lark and some marbles and
f<r my "copy pen.' You.' lovlns
i;ood bye till next year.
• I«rar Santa Clans:
Will you pleas1- bring me
UJU.E# OTTO GATES ]
TO BE A SUCCESS
.\ltOI I SVVKU to MTI VI.
s(HOLASTI<S l> TVKIMJ
-nv d to thv* actual acolastics of the
Mate h'. the no*' method of taking
Wr(!i A I
! :7 North A yd it ti
Dear Old Santa:
Will you please brinz mo a iitt!•
••choo-choo train that run^ an und
a track, a jumplng-ja k, randy
cane and a little refl drum.
Your Little Friend
215 North Ilell St.
Shawnee, Okla., I << r_. 1 '1 '
liear Santa Clau.^
I am a little boy and 1 am n
g**rs old and I v> Ifch >tu would
tirin? me tht things that I would i.K
to liav< I v. uld t > i'•«'
hoi> ind a littli' und i I i
gun and a little fir wa- i and a
|'.antH Claim story i>«>< k and mone>
l«an\ nd one i j« •
Hood by • Santa Clatis This Is for
V15KG1L LEE i'RVlTT.
iOS \ McKlnl
Shawnee, Okla., Dec. 16, 1912.
* am a little ^irl and 1 want yon to
c i fu 0 "nilc*1 and 1< « l in! an !
PA NX H
t ne or two exceptions, the cities
of the first class show to have fewer
children this year than last.
The advantage of the new method
is that there Is a more equitable dis-
tribution of thi -tn«.-"a money and the
reducing of the number ot children
in the state 15.W< • • Ju>t t
cents more p«*f capua t« • 1
to each child, cr had th rt • '
year ago given tie ame nun* I- ; t
Ive&r Santa Clau : fM br i
a . at, 1 ii nfl < an !>.
t ..tl-ruiii- ALxr,
l l> :
( \ ' I IN V \S!1-
i\i.to soni n.
state apportionment . v 1. v.-
have been -J.00 p« r c apita In.: > •
In one district in the nun
mentioned abow thev repert.
year 51 children and this y< ar Ti,
or a difference of 23. This niulti
plied by S1.H5 means that this dis-
trict will receive $44.85 more from
the state another year than this, or
enough to run the school probably
In one of the principal cities of the
state the enumeration this year wap
!Skj< names fewer than for las* year,
which means that this city secur-
ed from the state $3,271.60 more
( mn It was entitled to. The coun-
i ry district mentioned above recei1**
• J >14.85 less. Mr. Wilson hopes to
liiave the legislature provide that th i
I'holattlc census hereafter be taken
I up kr oath and tha* the ennn erators
j l paid a reasonable fee for their
hy for th'j services rendered, an:
• h!I1 make the padding cl" returns im
W \V ;
-hi Mi I M \\M .
1>«] lit> Gallic Warden Suffice*!*" Scl-
eral (Images in the l aw «* it
Oklahoma City, L)ec. 1 Hen Watt
who was executive clerk to Governor
Cruco when the administration be-
gan, but later was made deputy game
and fish warden, located In the east
em part of the state, believes that
some changes should be made in th
present game laws and will probabl
make these suggestions hin self.
Watt thinks the term 'deputy
game warden should be changed to
"district" game warden. He believes
there shouH be two fish hatcheries
in the stat > at once, one on the east |
ide and one on the west side Many
armers he says have Informed him
that when the state is in a position to
urnish fish they would like 'o have
hem. He believes that a hunting
i ense should be good for both hunt-
ing and fishing, and should be kept
at the present price, $125 a >ear
Fanners iu many parts of the state
have good sized ponds with fresh
vater and they would be glad to
stock these pondB with tish If they
could get them.
A CHRISTMAS GIFT
' ANY WOMAN WOULD LIKE
Now is y o ur opportunity
to obtain a cleaner known
the nation over. *
CONSIDER THE REMARKABLY LOW COST
A S10.00 Guaranteed National Vacuum Cleaner for
Harris & Kwlng.)
Hoke Smith, daughter ropes
senator from f'.eorgin, Is n .
leader in th; vounge*- set in Wash-
ington. S«i6 it pre .'.in. lit In th.
social activities in tne capital city
and will enterta n Mies Ksthet Clew-
d'.an whpn the latter • Isita Wi.-.fc'"
Ion early iu January
UmiMi VI QI VIM'KO.
C K. Hool. who will be sheriff-elect
iN.'cColgan's office deputy, is now in
| the sheriff* office "getting onto the
undei th** 4tutelag" of A. D.
k'ng, the .eteran deputy
All duubts as to the means of
locomotion employed by Santa Claus |
this year can but set at rest. H *
will ride a donkej If yo i don t
believe It ask President-elect Wilson
By j q eeinoto subscribe tor I lie Shawnee
News Herald at rcQiiIar subscription price
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dirt. The first and most important step in stamping out disease is to re-
move the rause of infection. Every
person knows that the dust on the
streets is alive with various disease
germs; this dust is brought into the
home by members of the family on
their shoes and in their clothing; it
also comes in through the windows
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Weaver, Otis B. The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 114, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 18, 1912, newspaper, December 18, 1912; Shawnee, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc91833/m1/6/: accessed April 11, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.