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A Permanent American
TOY FAIR
Centralized under one roof
is now a realization
The entire fourth floor of the Bush Term?
inal Sales Building is devoted to the dis?
play and sale of Toys?"American Made
Toys."
To all interested in toys we extend an in?
vitation to come and see the marvellous
Mar-Jean "Toy City"?the miniature
metropolis in motion?you have heard
and read so much about.
The Buyer who seeks to do his buying
conveniently, quickly and under most
pleasant conditions?will find here com?
plete displays of representative lines.
AMERICAN TOYS FOR AMERICAN CHILDREN
HOSIERY
Cadet Scientific Stockings. For men, women and children in pure
eilk, artificial ?ilk mercerised and combed cotton. Manufactured and
originated by Cadet Hosiery Company.
FOLLOWING UNES DISPLAYED SOON
Miner Socks, cotton and mercerised, feature the IRON HEEL and TOE,
diatinetiTe and superior wearing qualities, knit to eise, fast colors.
Millar Hosiery Mills.
HOUSE GARMENTS,
APRONS AND KIMONOS
SEVENTH FLOOR
House Dresse?. "Feat of materials, good workmanship. Line new being
shown Bush Termina". Sales Building. Criterion Specialty Co.
House and Porch Dresses. Complete showing. Popular priced. Elias A
Lowenstein Company.
"Dressai Apron"?No. 381, price 133.50. Attractively trimmed in contrast?
ing colors. Bungalow aprons; Percales, Indigo and Gingham. A. P.
Gerlarh Mfg. Co.
Aprons exclusively. C. A. Neuborger 4k Co.
Spring House and Porch Dresses. 16-18, 89 to 48, at $24.00 to 148.00 dosen.
Deliverv two to three weeks. Future January, February and March.
I. Reinish & Son.
Aprons and Apron Dresses. Shearston-Lowell Mfg. Oen Inc.
Bib and Band Aprons?In Scout, Percale and Amoekeag Staple Gingham,
plain or trimmed with binding and ric-rac. Well made?prices $6.00 to
$15.00 dozen. H. S. Weil Company.
FOLLOWING LTNE8 DISPLAYED SOON
' m ported Japanese siifc kimonos, vests, etc. Choicest selection, medium
triced. Targe stock always on hand. We guarantee all prices on import
orders, Feltmau Bros. & HermeL Inc. ?
Vprons and Breakfast Sets. A complete line both in regular and extra
sizes. Good workmanship and the beat of materials used. M. E.
Willfion & Co.
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S
NOVELTIES
SIXTH FLOOR
Kaster Bnnny Gifts and Garments please Buyer? ?ad Babies. We offer
original designs in Bunny hot water bottles, Playsuits, Hats, Aprons,
Sock?, Carriage Straps, Rattles, etc Mistress Patty B. Comfort.
Diapers (Square Sail Brand) 27/87 inches, fleeced en one side??upertov
quality. Crib blankets with plain border and also plaid in silk and blue.
Frederick Wm. Cordes.
Infants' Novelties?Bibs, Play Pen Bugs, etc Daisy Novaltiea.
Mattress Protectors, sires 17 z 18 to 68 x 78. The Betsy Boss "Ironing
Board Pad," 36 x 10 to 72 x 18. Immediate deliveries. Excelsior Quilting
Company.
infants' Celluloid and Ribbon Novelties, Baby Caps, Shoes and Knit Goedi
of distinctive merit. Hob Mfg. Company.
"Sanl-Dri"?Sanitary In?ants' Wear, Diapers, Crib Sheets. Pants. Can h?
boiled and ironed without injury. Non-heating, non-irritant, non-rubber.
Fully guaranteed by the Waterproof Fabric Company.
"Kakylo" Egyptian Dancing Doll?Decorated wooden Marionette, easily
manipulated with string. Novelty just introduced; $18.20 per doren.
Unusual wooden and stuffed toys. Academy Toy Makers.
Nelke Dollies?ideal for playtime or bedtime. Hand painted faces} ?oft
all over; clothes sewed ont no pins. $7.75 to $24.00 per dozen. Elk
Knitting Mill? Company.
VISITORS
to the National Music Show and
Festival
Are cordially invited to come to
the Bush Terminal Sales Building.
It will be a pleasure for us to
meet you and to acquaint you -with
the broad service -which we per?
form for manufacturers and buy?
ers of merchandise.
Here are displayed products from
884 different manufacturers?
among them Musical Instruments.
During the past year over 40,000
buyers have visited this building.
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
SIXTH FLOOR
No. 517?Mercerized Poplin Romper In White, Pink and Rlue, with whit?
ruffled edge collar and cuffs?new ahadow embroidery. Very pretty
and serviceable, price $27.00 dozen. Blakeslee Company, Inc.
Specialist in Hand-made Infants' Wear. Sacques, long wrappers, caps ?f
lace, organdy and batiste. Dresses and creepers, pillow cases and bro?
cade carriage covers. Long Gertrudes, long baby dresses. Beder Bros.
Minneapolis Knitting Works.
Frocks for Children?Six months to ten years. Smocked and embroidered
models in flaxon. dimity, chnmbray, dotted Swiss, English printi and
printed satine. The Adelaide T. Crapscy Co.
Infants' Knit Shirts and Bands, children's shirt?, pantalets and union
suits. Sizes from birth to 6 years. Complete price range in all fabrics.
Thomas Dalby Company.
Children's Play Clothe?. Practical, dainty and individual. Be eure to se?
our "Peggy Prue." Made of printed Flaxon. $18.00 per dozen. Don?
nelly Garment Company.
"Follow the Chafk Line" for distinctive novelty Infants' dresseB-~2 to 6
years. Ask for our No. 712 at $6.50. It tells the story. Two weeks'
delivery. Chalk's Children's Wear.
Don't fall to look at our Creepers, Rompers, Oliver Twist Suits and Middy
Suits amongst which are Hand Smocked novelties and Cretonne Apron?
at reasonable prices. A, Gilman & Son.
Dotted Swiss Dresses. "Figured Flaxon," the new printed batiste like
veil priced from $24.00- ginghum and chambray dresses from $16.75.
Fitting kindergarten tot to High School Girl. The Berk Company.
Hand-made Trimmed Hats. Georgette lining, hand shirred. Alao Black
HatB. Prices from $36 up. L. Lyman & Co.
Ask to nee Bompers Nos. 685 and 542. Flare pocket effects. Children')*
Wash Dresses, on? to fourteen year?, also featured. E. W. Marvin Com?
pany.
Infants' and Intermediates' Coats, sizes 6 mos. to 10 years. Leading
favorito materials. Largest variety of hand and machin? embroidered
Infants' coats and capes, $3 to ?S21 each. Mirsky & Lewis.
Sonny Maid Dresses for girls, flapper and juniors. Distinctive frocks in
Georgette, Taffeta, Swiss, Organdy and other desirable fabrics. Si/.e?
8-14-12-16-13-17. Sunshine Dress Company.
infants' High Grade Coats and Capes. Machine and hand embroidered.
Made of cashmere, wool, crepe and silks. Also pique and silk earriagn
sets. Sylvia infants' Coat Company.
Creepers and Rompers, $22.50?$39.00. Also be sure to se? our full line
of Playettes and Play Aprons. Practical designs and careful workman?
ship. Prompt delivery. Mrs. Harriet Tonnesen.
Fine Creepers, Romper? and Little Boys' Wash Suits. Made for partieula-f
buyers for particular customers by particular manufacturers. The house
or serrico ?nd value. Woodward & Bowman.
Children's Dresses?sizes 2 to 6. Special range No. 700 includes all fancy
novelties in cloths and styles, band embroidered. $18.00 dosen. Ail
garments made with bound seams. L. Wohl & Company.
Yorkshire Knit Goods offerings?Bootees, Sacqnes, Leggings, Sweater Set?,
Slip-overs, lams, Hockeys, Aviators, etc. Dnmediate delivery. Yorkshire
Knitting Co? Inc.
Klddyville Rompers?No. 39, Pink and Blue, $13.50 a doren. No. 85, White
Voile Dress, trimmed in Tan with Blue and Yellow embroidery. Many
others. The Priscilla Company.
Children's Flappers* and Little W#men's Coats. The right kind, whic?
gives tone to your department, at the right price. Theodore Bear.
Creepers?Rompers?Little Boys' Oliver Twists. Simple Simon Manu.
factoring Company.
High Grade Rubber Sanitary Goods?Belts, Aprons and Sheets and
Sheeting. Novelties in Dainty Bags. Play Aprons, Bathing Suit Bags,
etc. The "Papekin" paper Diapers. The Solvott Company.
FOLLOWING LINES DISPLAYED SOON
Minneapolis "M" Infants and Children's Underwear -Infants' Shirts and
Bands; Children's Knit, t'ambric and Pajama Check Waists and Waist
Union Suits. The "Nationally advertised children's underwear line."
JEWELRY
NINETEENTH FLOOR
Chains. Oar line eontair.s guard, rest, neck, pony, Dickens, eyeglass,
biacelets and fobs. In gold, silver, rolled plate. Also ornamental and
fixture chains, letter, an i figures. A. H. Bliss & Co.
Jewelry. Diamond rings of every description our specialty. Also thu
better class of gold jewelry. Adler & Heine.
.?"i?. 450?14 Kt. White Gold Ring, exclusive pattern: reproduction of plaU
num, single stone mounting. 20 kt. stone plate *ets diamond, with all
advantages of platinum mounting. Hudson Jewelry' Mfg. Co.
18 Kt, Green Gold Wedding Ring. Heavily encased on outside with beauti?
fully hand carved platinum. Gold shows on inside lour designs, thre?
widths. Alfred Humbert & Son.
"MarreUo" Cigarette Case?Match safe for paper matches: whlteatone bar
pins, and pendants, in sterling and platinoid, faithfully reproducing
diamond and platinum work. French Ivory and Metal Corp.
Unusual Jewelry. Oriental filigree designs. Beautiful color combination*
In ten and fourteen karat gold. Made in rings, pendant?, broochc3, bar
pine, etc. Payton & Kelley Company.
"Sadler" Gold Filled Jewelry. Snappy, artistic, exclusive d*signs. Beau?
tifully finished. Exceptional value. Solderless lockets, rh|???, brooches
pendants, tie clasps, scarf. The F. H. Sadler Co.
Men's Jewelry?A complete line in plate, sterling and sold gold. W*
specialise in 10 and 14k Cuff Links and full dress set?. Skhoellncr &
Horbach Mfg. Company.
Shaw's name is synonymous with popular-priced jewelry, known every?
where. Be the first In your community to advertise and sell Shaw's
jewelry. See Bush Sales Service.
"Luxellte" Clocks. Three hundred styles of white ivory and fiur styles
of popular-priced alarm clocks. All American movements, lnmediate
delivery'. Popular prices. Sidney Simon Co.
Silver Glow?"Best Silver Polish in the World." 15c and 35? retail.
Good profit to dealer. Refinishcs Platinum, Silver, Gold, Ivory etc., as
jewelers do it. Silver-Glow Mfg. Company.
ladles' Jewelry. Exclusive line of enameled jewelry suitable fir dl occa
siona. Particularly adaptable for export trade. Also soft-cuff liiks and
collar pins. C. O. Sweet & Son Company.
Signet Rings that are different. Combination gold rings. Bevel on. color,
body another. Patent pending. An absolute innovation at special prices.
Triangle Ring Mfg. Company.
Victor Pearl Necklaces?Oriental and French Pearl Necklaces, Eirrings
and Hat Pins; Bead Necklaces. Earrings and Hat Pins in Irritation
Assorted stones, in plated, sterling and solid gold mounting?. Victor
Company.
Jewelry and Perfumery Boxes. We manufacture high grade pap? boxes
for the trade. Also silverware cases and display pads. Young Blathers.
Men's leather belts for Jewelry, buckles, made with snap fastener- the
quality way. Workmanship and quality unsurpassed. Featurhg the
Loatherwear solid cowhide bridle snap fastener belt, Leatherweir Co
of America.
JEWELRY
Continued
FOLLOWING LINES DISPLAYED SOON
Hand Painted-enameled and encrusted glassware, ?"J?*?,"0* M*d*
in our factories, consisting of 150 items in 15 new decorations. 1 rom
S18 to $:!6 dozen. John J. HInes.
"A Time Piece for Peace Time" -This line needs no introduction. Bush
Terminal will have a most comprehensive Hue for your convenience.
IL IL Ingersoll & Bro.
Links, Cuff, Bar and Scarf-pin?, Broaches, 14 kt. green and yoHow. Ladles'
and baby rings; substantially made by efficient workmen. Finished to
highest degree of perfection. Charles H. Eolhardt.
Keeent Pearl Necklaces. The finer soit. Diamond, platinum, or gold
cla*p*. Ml lengths. $2:>.00 each and up. Selection upon request
Albert l-orsch & Co., Inc.
KNIT GOODS
Tuxedos. Slip-overs, Sweaters and Scarfs in exclusive models for ^prinp
and Southern wear. Made of cashmere, alpiica, camel's hair, zephyr ana
worsted yarns. Groblue Knitting Mills.
Knit Underwear- Ladies' Summer Vests and Bodices?Pink and White.
Ladies' Union Suit?, Cuffs, Lace and Shell Knee. Predominant styles
In Pink and White. Uknity Underwear Co., Inc.
"Hygrade" sweaters, slip-overs, shakors, jumbos. For men, women and
.?hildren. Latest stylos. Best workmanship guaranteed. Colum?ta
Knitting & Mfg. Company.
Ladies' and Misses' Novelty Slip-overs. Fishtail and ripple creations,
?nappy numbers, prices ranging from $36.00 up. Also ladies sport coats.
Quick'deliveries. Crown Knitting Mills.
General Line of Hygrade Knit Goods. Fileta, SHp-ows, Zephyr Tuxede?.
Also women's knitted bathing suits in various color combinations.
Frledman-Devay Knitting Co, Inc.
Shawleta, $5.76 each and up. Sweaters, sHp-ona, Jersey ?oats, ?36.00 doao?
up, For women, misses and children. In silk, fibre, camels hair, alpaca
and wool yarn. Gotham Knitting Mills.
Zephyr and Woolen Slip-ons for ladies, misses and children; full line of
sweaters for spring and fall delivery. Our line meets the approval of
the most particular customers. Gopher Knitting Works.
A Complete Showing of Sweaters and Knitted Novelties?Beautiful new
color combinations. Prompt deliveries. Great Western Knitting Co.
Knit Goods of quality comprising novelties in Links and Flat Knit, Slip?
overs, Ripples and Tuxedos. Your inspection will be appreciated. Her?
cules Knitting Company.
Ladies' Full fashioned slip-ons and sweater coats. Exclusive styles. All
no\ cities. Handsome line of pure silk coats, ?25.00 to $i?.<y*. Woo!
coats, $7.50 to $19.00. Royal Ascot Knitting Mills.
Popular priced line of Men's Woolen Sweaters, Women's Slip-overs and
Novelties. Also a high grade line of Woolen Bathing Suits. Shepherd
Knitting Mills.
"i ale Knitting Mills- Manufacturers of high-grade ladies' and mi?;sc3'
sweaters, nlso tine surf satin bathing suits for ladies.
FOLLOWING LINES DISPLAYED SOON
United Knit Wear Mills?A complete showing of Knit good?.
A Line of Men's Knit Goods you have long been looking for. Our mer?
chandise attracts nev customers and automatically stimulates sales.
Favorite Knitting Mills.
LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS
SEVENTEENTH FLOOR
Brief Case 4007, soft boarded cowhide in rich brown shade, four pockets
Belts. Ladies' and Children's, '? to 3 inches wide.
and adjustable gold-plaied lock, $12.50 each. Many other styles. Enter?
prise Tourist Tase Company.
Belts?Latest novelties which are in demand. Wanted colors and leathers
$2.00 do/cn up. Charles S. Joscphson Company.
English Leather Goods?Ladies' handbags, writing eases, gift books.
playing cards and Onoto ink pencils from the London workshops of
"Messrs. Thomas De La Rt e. Ltd.
Brief Cases, secretary casts, insurance cases, music bags and satchels,
music folds, single and dtuble. Fabrikoid and leather. Made to "turn
over" rapidly at good profit?. Keystone Leather Goods Co.
Ladies' Patent Leather Belts, $2.00 to $8.00 per dozen. High class silk
bags, $:J0.00 to $96.00 per dozen. Perfection Belt Mfg. Co.
No. 144. Silk Moire bag with changeable poplin lining. Dutch silver
frame. Outside pockets for handkerchief, $59.00 dozen. S. & G. Leather
Goods Company.
MILLINERY AND SUPPLIES
TENTH FLOOR
B 124?Celluloid ornament?silk tassel attached?all millinery shades,
$21.00 do.:. Trimmings, tassels, fringes, fancies, ornaments, new artistic
novelties. J, V. Greenberg Co., Inc.
Millinery Goods Flowers, Fancies, Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Braids,
Ornaments, etc. The best assortment of up-to-date Novelties at tha
lowest possible prices. Charles J. Levy Company.
Mar-Jet Trimmed Hats?Hand-made throughout of the better materials.
Prices that cannot be equalled when quality and workmanship are con?
sidered. "Exclusive model," orotetction guaranteed. Mar-Jet Co.
Mats for Growing Girls, ages 3 to 16 years. At $9.00 to $84.00 dozen. Stock
on hand for immediate delivery. Sable Brothers.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND
BOYS' APPAREL
TWELFTH FLOOR
'Boll-Dog" Suspenders. London Garters, Belts, Necfcwear. Hewes &
Potter.
"Bine Bird Brand" Boys' Clothing?Made of fine materials in latest styles,
at prices ranging from $4.00 to $22.00 a suit. Impossible to match at
prices. Garfield Brothers.
Hygrade line of shirts for every occasion?line consists of Percales, Madras,
silk mixture, and pure silk. Commodore Shirt Co., Inc.
"imerica'H Leading Juvenile Hatters. Makers of Boys' and Children's
headwear 0f the finer grades. Men's and Boys' Caps Specialty. Spot
delivery in season. Levy, Weiner & Co.
Lcatherwear Belts, genuine leather throughout. Specializing in solid cow?
hide bridle belts and genuine boarded cowhide lined and tubular belts.
Patented automatic buckles. $5 to $60 dozen. Lcatherwear Co. of America.
High ?irado. Union-made Overalls and Work Shirts, bottom prices; gen?
erously cut, reinforced seams. Special indigo gum denims at $18.00,
also other colors. Boys', $9.00 and $12.00. National Overall Company.
Neckwear knitted and cut silk. Also mufflers?knitted and cut silk. Now
on display in Bush Terminal Sales Building. Max Orloff.
The "travelo" Elastic Knit Jackets?An all-the-year jacket. A substitute
for heavier and medium sweater. Will make a big feature for early
spring trade. Peckham-Foremaa, Inc.
"Styl-Kraft" Clothes?Men's and Young Men's hand-tailored suits and
overcoats of the better grade. Fashioned and built with such care and
skill by our expert tailors as to satisfy the most critical. Stylecratt
( ompany. Inc.
A complete line of sweaters of all descriptions to meet every need.
Roper Knitting Company.
Unique Cap Mfg. Co, Inc. A complete line of children's headwear, to?
gether with a large assortment of men's and boys' caps and cloth hats.
FOLLOWING LINES DISPLAYED SOON
Arbetter & Richman- Manufacturers of overalls?have their merchandise
on display in the Bush Terminal Sales Building for your inspection.
Neckwear That Men Wear in silk, knitted and washable fabrics at popular
prices. Also complete line of Boys' Neckwear. The Ornatein & Rica Co.
Men's and Boys' Gloves. O.r complete line being shown. We specialize
in work gloves. C. D. Osborn Company.
Marathon Ilexyde Washable Belts. Not leather?not rubber?but flexyde.
A new belting made by a new process which permits the washing of the
An extensive line of men's shirts In percales, madras, silk mixtures and
pure silks at prices which please the buyer. Weinberg & Weinberg.
MISSES' AND JUNIORS' WEAR
SIXTH FLOOR
?,.? N#. 4R4~Parkhin gingham, smocked front, patch pocketa MrrnneeJ
D with pearl buTto?iV white organdy collars and cuffs, pointed effect, halted
back. Bloomer, $39; without, $30. Brown & Gordon.
Cadillac Assortment "M" for Children. $24.00--6 exceptionally attractive
dresses in 4 attractive "Cadillac styles." Made from Braelock fast
color ginghams. Cadillac Garment Mfg. Company.
Emm-Ess Manufacturing Co.. makers of the Better Kind of Coats for Cfrlg,
sizes seven to sixteen; also Junior Suits.
Uo-to-the-minute stvle*, white lingerie dresses, 6 to 14, $3.75 to $7.7..
Intermediate, $5.76 to $8.75. Taffeta, 10 to 16, at $18.o0. Regulation,
13 to 18. M. Herzstein & Co.
Creation of the Season?Sport Coats? Polo Cloth Pri?es fg.lTO to $25 0?
Sir.es 14 to L'O. Joseph Wirtschafter.
Girls' White Dresses- Sires 6 to 14. Neat tailored effects 1" la vns, voile?.
and organdie-- large assortment to select from. Price, $24.00 h^H op
A. W. Wolf Company.
"Yankee Maid" colored wash dresses for Children and Girls. 3 to r> a- :
8 to 14 years. The Line You Have Been Waiting For. Yankee MatH
Dress Company.
Children's and Misses' Dresses and Mlddiev? Firing .Manofartnring Cow
pany.
Skirts for .loniors and Girls. Linens, plaids, checks, plain ?erg-s, gabar?
dines, silk plaids and jeans. The Girlish Style Skirt Co, Inc.
NOTIONS
TWENTY-THIRD FLOOR
Buttons and European Novelties?We present a new and complete ?howir,.
of staple and fancy buttons and novelties. Importers and uianu'*ctur?- <
Bailey, Green & Elger.
Mnffbeds and Furriers' Supplies All styles and colors - Maffbeds suitab;?
for both counter trade and fur departments. Complete line of fur trim?
mings, chaina, buttons, buckles, etc. Samuel Bauer.
Aside from elastic goods, etc., wc are receiving notions from abroad. The ?
consist of pins, needles, etc. We are opening a new factory for men's
garters. Samuel Buyer & Company.
VUS)
Consolidated American Fastener Co.'s. Inc- Manufacturers of the Stands ,
Advertised American Brands, SO E-Z, Tenco and Konek Snap Dr<
Fasteners, A. L. Clark & Co, Inc.
De Ix>ng Hooks and eye press buttons, safety pins, toilet pins. ha:r p -is
(rolls and cabinets'. "Atlas" hooks and eyes. De Long Hook & Eys
Company.
S. S. Hair Curler Retails for 15, 26, 00 and 85c.?waves and rnrls the bar
in 20 minutes. Brown, Black and White. E. Z. On Collar Supporter and
Novelty Company.
Dress Snaps?"Harmony"- with the Forget Me-N'ot shape. "Finei
best 5-cent snap made. "Twinity" for export trade. Write for samp -
and prices. Federal Snap Fastener Corp.
Hair Nets -Hair Goods- Hair Rolls Importers Exporter' ".Hair N< I
Quality." Importers of the well-known "Sister Susie" Hair Net3 mai
of human hair. The B. Frankel Company.
Buttons, braids, dress trimmings, t-asaeis and ornaments of every descrin
tion. Now being shown for Spring. Popular priced good.-. Open ordct
respectfully solicited. Elite Works (S. Katz & Co.).
"Ivy" brand sewing scissors, shear?, manicure scissors, files, tweeze
buffers and imported implements and sets. Manufactured and imported
by Sam Hecht & Son.
Housefurnishing Division
Ready to Serve Buyers and Merchants.
Acme Mfg. Co.
Albaugh-Dover Co.
Allen ^ Rollens
Aluminurr Cooking Utensil Co.
American Dairy Supply Co.
American Ironing Machine Co.
Ammidoi & Co.
A. P. W. Paper Co.
Artificial Dayllghtlng Co, Im
Auto Vacuum Freezer ?o.
Belcanto Co., The
Hella!re Enamel Co.. Tha
Big low Brutih Co.
FJi?on-l ihre Co.
Rite-Em-Bate Co.
Rreit. Mfg-. Co.
Burdette Mfg. Co., The
Brokaw-Eden Co
Cape Cod Shop
i htcago Curtain Stretcher Co.
i hieago Metallic Mfg. Co.
i olcman, Allen J.
Colgate Soap Chips
Columbia Chemical Co.
Continental Scale WorU
Croy. Mae Save!! (Mrs.)
Curtin Corp.. John
Criterion Textil? Mfg. Co.
Dearborn Duster Co.
? T>i!!er Mfg. Co.
I Domestic I>aundry Equip. Corp.
j Kagle Safety Razor Co.
' Elgin Stove and Oven Ce.
' Embree Co.
Edison Flee. Appliance Co.
Eska Mfg. Co.
j Farber Bros.
Git Mfg. I/o.
j <,]"),r Stove and Range C?.
, doodwill Electric t .
Creenberg K Nad 1er
I Hay den E. W. Co.
? Holmes, I,??T.tir>i
i line:,, John J.
Hoover Suction Sweeper Ce
i Humphrey Co.
Imperial Broom Works
( International Floor Marh Ce.
I Jacobs Pro,?. Company
; .laoana Specialty Co.
? .Jchnson. S. C, & Son?
KaUfnger Ed. & Co.
Lake Breezo Motor Co.
Lafayette Broom Co.
Landers, Frary & Clark
Fee Broom and Duster Co,
i Le^'in, Saul
Art ?1+1 ?ring NoeeltUs 1
Aleohol T^rnps
Aleohol Ktom?
Aluminum i Voter les)
Aluminum War? (Domea
?irl
Aprons <Rubber!red)
Art Wear
Ash Cans
Rags (Laundry)
Hags (Moth)
Baking Cups (Paper)
Raking Dishea
Halls (Tank)
Halls (Tea.)
Banks (Toy)
Raaketa
Rasketa. Bon Bon (Metal
Ware)
Ravels (Sweet Grass)
Bath Tubs (Infant and
Foot Hath Tuhs)
i F'.gg ajj'J Cream)
Offering this Wide
fut Cutter?
fanning Outfit?
Cans (Ash and Garbage)
f'ars (Oil)
''ape Cod Fire Lighten?
r'as.ie rotes
feme! it
Chaflng IHshes
China
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CMunMnum)
i Metal)
Cleaner! (Sink)
fieanerj (Window)
Cleaners < Wire-closet)
Clocks (Alarm)
( lolhi a Dryers
Clotl < 't'ilim?la)
Clot tiMsh)
Cloths (Metal PoUahing)
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(it)
Heali'.rs
Bird H
Hoards
Rnards
Hoi I ors
Holler?
Rollers
Ron Bor
i Ironing)
(HlesTe)
(Kgg. Klectrlc)
( II am )
Wash)
Ds (Taper)
Hjttlea (Vacuum)
Boxee (Brpad and Cake)
Bi->in? (launch)
Howl? ( Finger)
Hoies i Salt. Hptce. ?te.)
Rroliers (?teel Wire)
R"oni i Floor and
Whisk I
Brushes, (Kloor. auto,
counter, window)?Wall
i Polishing)
Brushea (Sink and Toi?
let i
Brushes 'Paint ? Varntsh
Wh!te?s?h)
Butter Dishes (Metal ?Jid
Glass)
Calitnet9 (Kitchen)
Cabinets (MedluJiie)
Candlesticks
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tn
(Spt ngn)
I Wiping
Coaster Ketj
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Cookers (Ktrelew)
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Cups (Measuring)
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I Uppers
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Dufcee (Baking)
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Dishes <;?-.aflng 'H'if'rW
Dishes (Ice 0?air)
Plslies (Paper)
Dish Washer?
rii?tnfectajit?
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Dolls
Dryers (Clothe*'
Doers (Vegetable)
Dusters (Chamela)
Dustars ?Ktitberi
Ousters (Sanitary, Cnaev
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Klactrical Houseware?
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Kirepjaee Fixtures
I Plrer'ace Kur-ilshlng?
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; Fly Sivaiten?
i Porks (Cnaflng Dish)
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Furniture
Porch)
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Graters (Nutmeg)
Griddle?
Harn (RoJlem)
I Hajnpers (Clothes)
? Hardaarn ? Buiideti)
1 Heaters i Water)
Holders (Bottle)
i Holder (Curtain)
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I Holder? (Twine)
i Holder? (Xnu Tr??)

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