Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915, December 24, 1908, Image 1

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L00KINO FOR SANTA CLAUS.
"S WISHES
I3ut when I leaped to claim the priie
1 She frote me xcitb a alznct lihe this I
now ime the weather woman Is I
Yet I'm no woman hater,
for, though 'twas freezing for a time.
Cwas "fair and warmer" later 1
CHRISTMAS PIES.
.A Novtl Sport For a Chlldmrt'o Party
In Holiday Tim. I
Ilavo a Ihtko pun euverod wit li browu
tlx.itiu hit l luik like le cruHt. Iu
kUlo I lie le Imve IIicho IiMIltm, to
w hloh tiro 111 tnclicd rlblmim, tlio other
CtiJ of vlil h roinc iIhiiukIi tho pie
enmt. The IrttiTM. m-ittly cut out aro:
Pit h'h, two ih'h, tlin'o e'H, four r's,
tJirco y't, one c, two U'u. two a'u, onu
I, two ii'a, one d, two p'a, one w and
on I.
The children alt around the pie, eaeli
holding oue thread. They alug:
blna a ionif of Chrlatmaa,
A pi cruit full of fun.
Find tho wlh w wlah you
Whan thu cam la done.
Thou they pull the letter out find
ptn t hem on their breiiHts. Then lie-
A Christmas Eve Ssnferce.
TUFT!.": woio four little ntorklnri of
tour little Kl.-.es.
Ai'i'o.Ult tit t'u:uiiii):i report.
That couldn't uncap lielnn (Hplto of
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Arram.'J and culled Into court.
TO -A I.I. 1TM ltKADKHil
HeiiaSanta! I'm LomkfJfer
me a dollie.
nlease.
Naughtymobile painted red
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"Now. what hava you aknT" With
browa that ware knitted
Itda quoitlon th maalatrt put.
And aai'h llttl atooklnit q;:!tn boldly ad
tultted,
"Why, I ran away with a foot."
THH OUJtJSTMia MB.
,Iuh the fun. of puEillng out bow the
tultdrwi ahould ataud In a Hue ao that
the letters will form a aenteuce.
When lo proper poaltloa the letters
irlU make
k MKltttY OURI8TMAB AND A
HA.VVX NBW VljAR,
than lha voloa of the court, ahakina: win
dow and raftar,
la accanta Quit traaical rana.
WbUa tha chlidraa In twd alaa aha
tboucb wllk Uuchtar,
1 aautauo each aUxikina to hand"
T. BAKf, iH.
Christmas Stocking
A Parody by FRANK J. DONNELLE
How de;ir to thin heart la the stock
ing of childhood when food recol
lection preneutH It to view! On
Christinas St. Nick came from froat
whitened wild wood with erery
loved toy which my Infancy knew.
The wide- spreading chimney, the
sled which stood by It, a horse and
acme l)ooL I remember them all
a doll for my atster, and baby house
nigh It, and then the full stocking
which hung 00 the wall the Santa Claus
stocking, the bountiful stocking, the
Christmas morn stocking which hung on
the wall! The well stuffed euveloi I
hailed as a treasure hs early that morn
ing I opened my eyen mid found there
the source of au exqul.slte pleasure, the
purest and sweetest thnt nature atippllc.-:.
How anient I seized It with hands tlmt
were glowing nnd luick t my wh'te
aheeted btnl went with nil. then so'!i.
with the enitiletim of love overflow
ing, wiih iiHppy in what to iu,v loi
did befall tho Santa t'hius utocklnj;,
the Rent tons stocking, the Christ
mas mom blocking which huug op
the wall! How sweet through
IU round opvu top to explore
It as poised 011 my knee It
Inclined to my vlewl Not a
hot, tempting breakfast could
make me Ignore It for
longer at moat than a
minute or two. And
now, far removed from tha
lored situation, the tear
of regret will Intrusively fall
aa fancy reverts to my youth's
habitation and sighs o'er tha
stocking which huug ou the wall
tha unta Olaua stocking, the plethorio
stocking, tha Chrlatmaa mora etocklaf
which hung on the wallf But grown people
find there's a later sensation aa grateful aa an they
felt lo: ago. u comes when they witness the (tad
exultation which on Christmas morning their own Off
spring show. And now, dear old Hauta Claus. let ma
petition your favor for children, both large ones and
small. Hilng all the bright hopes to the fullest
rruitiou that rewt In each stocking which hangs
on the wall the wealthy child's stocking,
the poor urchin's stocking; yew, till
every stocking which bauga
on the wallt
fill
XMAS BIRDS AND BEASTS. A DOG'S CHRISTMAS GIFT.
Picturesque Method of Celebrating
Yuletide by tha Poles.
The lejrerd that the birds and beast
c.tnio to worship the infant Jesus has
brought about a peculiar nnd pictur
esque method of celebrating Christmas
anions the Poles and otlrer kindred
lHi(!es of easterti Europe.
Here men mask in the Kude of
storks, bears and other anknals or
birds and go about from house to
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BEIT.3 AN '
How a Friend Remembered Roy, tha
! v Collie. y
Last Christmas a neaOy ribboned
box arrived by express In a New Eng
land town addressed to Roy, a collie.
A fine large bone, with plenty of good
red meat still adhering, was found
within. Roy put the bone where it
would do hliu the most good after ore
of his friends had removed the paraffin ,
paper and holly berry guruishment
which the dnor had sent along. The
bone was a Christmas gift fr.un a little
girl la the south, who had spent the
a thm outas ov arroHEs,
UTHHlt AMIalAUI.
house singing carols. To carry out
the idea these wild birds and savage'
beasts are led about by keepers.
After the traditional cards are sunff
the In mat of the Douse thus hon
ored reward the singers by HJis of
cskes, sausages and ot'a.r dainties.
The procession ihea moves to another
house, wherehe performance Is re
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Tliu cattle and aliecu men Itei dlou-
stock ou the l)e Chute Xaiiiinul
Forest Reserve htnv U-eu tindtied bv
Corest Inspector Ireland thnt fence'
will be built neat leur in order to
separate thf sheep and the cuttt. it
ui itkeiy t tint this nrrauKcuieut will
be followed hereafter on all rauges.
A tuovloa eleetrlo train r n
'aajtiy la Iteyuold's show window.
A FINK LARUB BONK.
sumiuer lu Roy's towu and bad be
come v etv fond of the dog. Roy's next
friend dictated and seut the following
telegram to the little girl:
Many tlr.iiik for the bone. Tou are tha
only v.-f who remembered me today.
Uait,v hupueturns.
ROT.
Wtt-KLY WEATHER REPORT.
Week eiKllutf Tuesd ay, Dec. 4, 1908
IHty lusz aitn, preelp in'w character
IlatioD tall ol day
t ililrTj M6( clellT
fru'.v Jb o.ou I oo j
sat 'y j 20 TT2 0 t)0 j 00
Buu. 20 " j0 '.00T06 j" ""
uton. I ji5 4 O.OO" 00 "
tues. j S(T 21 I 0.00 I 00 cldy
Total Precipitation for 1907. 28.75 la
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