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The largest and most beautiful
Stock we have -ever had. From 25
cents to $12.oo.
Can't be beat for the money. From
25 cents to $25.00.
It will pay you to see our line be
fore you buy.
+ Watch-F9bs, Chai,ns, Collar Buttons,
* Cuff Buttons, Shirt Buttons, Scarf
* Pin%, Ladies Brooches, Hat Pins,.
Watch Chains, Bracelets, and Rings.
A large stock.. Prices from 25
cents to $6.oo.
Best quality.. Prices from $1.oo t
* ~~Clocks. $.0t
+* Gold-.Plated Clocks, from $.ot
0 Ink Stands.
+ From 25 cents to $5.00.
0 Gold Pins.
* Prices from $.25 to $6.oo.
* The largest and most complete
* stock ever brought to this town.
Prices by box, from io cents to $3.00.
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Our book department is complete.
It consists of the following books:
Gibson's Book and Calendar.
Eugene Field's Book for Children.
James Witcomb Riley's "Out to
Old Aunt Mary's," and "Old Sweet
heart of Mine."
Cecil Clay's "In Love's Garden,"
"Love of Azalia."
Myrtle Reed's "The Master's Vio
lin," "Love-Letters of a Musician,"
"Latter Love-Letters of a Musician,"
"The Spinster Book," The Shadow of
Victory," "Old Love Stories Retold,"
"Our Christmas Tides," "Tar Baby
and Uncle Remus," "Virgilius," "Ja
pan To-Day," "Double Harness."
Mrs. Alcott's Works, "My Lady of
North, Crossing, The Geoe'gians,"
"The Seekers," "Beverly of Grau
stark,". "Memoirs of a Baby," "Who
soever Shall Offend," "Christmas
Eve on Lonesome," "God's Good
Man,"~ "President, ' Rose of Old St.
Louis," Mother Goose Villages,"
"Graustark," John Henry Books,"
"Comrades Iti Arms," "Call of T'he
Wilds," "Falaise," "Tenants," Singu
lar Miss Smith," "Ladder of
Swords," "Sir Mortimer," 'Affairs at
the Inn, and many others too numer
ous to mention.
Waterman's Modern Joint 'Pen
Can't be oc:. From $1.oo to $6.oo.
A beautiful line of Statuary, 4rom
25 cents to $3.00.
in absolute im
hint at the nur
al and beauti
ay buyer may
:e stock. Cor
) Wish tc
fight the Ei
I Give Plea
4 Cut Glass.
We were very fortunate this year
in buying the finest make of Cut
Glass in the world. We do not ask
you to take our word for this.. Corme
and see what the judges at the St.
Louis Exposition said about it. We
take it for granted that they were
competent judges and knew fine CUT
GLASS when they saw it. And we
sell this CUT GLASS for as little, if
not less money, than you have to pay
for other makes.. We know that
when you spend your money YOU
want the best to be had. Let us
quote you a few prices on this mag
Bon Bon Dishes $2.oo to $4.oo.
Celery Trays, $4.oo to $5.oo.
Pitchers, $9.oo to $12.00.
Carafes, $4.oo to $5.00.
Nappies, $2.00 to $5.oo.
Sugar and Cream Bowls, $5 to $6.
Bowls, $4.00 to $15.00.
Chocolate Sets, Tea Sets, After
Dinner Coffee Sets, Cake and Salad
Plates, Oatmeal Sets, and a variety
of other goods of the same kind.. Al
so a large line of ten cent cups and
Toys For Boys
Air Guns, from 25 cents to $2.00.
Tool Boxes, from 25 cents to $1.25
Steam Engines, from 25 cents to
Fire~ Engines, 25 cents to $2.00.
Automobiles, 25 cents to $1.25
Ten Pins, 25 cents per set.
Hair Brushes, Hat Brushes,an
Clothes Brushes, and Other Brushes,
from 5o cents to $5-oo
possibility for t
rnber and variet
ful gifts which
select from our
ne and~ Investi~
Vases, a Complete stock, from 25
cents to $5.00.
Work Baskets, 25 cents to $1-50.
Collar and Cuff Boxes, from 75
cents to $4.oo.
Handkerchief and Glove Boxes,
from 75 cents to $4.oo.
jewelry Boxes, from 75 cents to $6.
Shaving Sets, $I.oo to $4.00.
Puff Boxes, from 25 cents to $4.00.
Writing Desks, $r.o to $6.oo.
Wood for Burning, from a5 cents
Musical Instruments, from $2-50 to
Music Strings of all kinds, 5 to 29*
Violin Bows, from 35 cents to $z.oo
Harmonicas, from io cents to 50
Military Brushes, from $1-5o to $7.*
Gold Plated Picture Frames, So
cents to $2.50.
Toys For Girls+
Doll Beds and Chairs,
And many other Nice Toys Too
1Numerous to mention here.
'Toilet Sets in a Variety of Combi
nations. We can suit you on this
item. Prices from 75 cents to $1.oa.