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(THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE SUPPLEMENT: WASHINGTON, D. C., 'THURSDAY, APRIL T, 1S98. II r Standard Flags. "We are prepared to famish Flags without the outlay of Money- "We will give thetn away as premiums to Cluh-I?aisers as a re ward for various sized clubs of yearly sub scribers. All subscriptions must be taken for one year at One Dollar each. These Flags are made of Navy Bunting, and are Standard in every particular, and iustsuch Flags used by the Arniv and Navy of the United States. There is a Star for every State Remember, no money is aslcca for the Flag. All we want is co-opsration in our effort to recruit a National Tribune Army of One Million. "We shall spare no cost to accom plish this end. "We give Flags of various Standard sizes for clnbsof corresponding numbers, as shown in the table below, viz: FOR A CLUB OF ' 4 yearly 5 6 7 8 9 10 " 11 " 12 " 13 " 15 " 18 " 20 " 23 " 28 " 29 " 33 " 40 " subscribers, a Flag 2 ft. x 3 ft. 24ft x 4 ft 3 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 ft. x 5 ft ft. x 6 ft. ft x 7 ft ft x 8 ft ft x 8 ft ftxlOft ft x 9 ft ftxlOft ii 6ftxl2ft 8 ftx!2ft 8 9 10 9 10 12 ftxl5 ft ftxl4ft ftxl5 ft. ftxl8 ft ft.xl8 ft. ftxlS ft i The Flag will be sent by Express, the re ceiver paying the Express charges, which should not usually exceed 40 cents. BICYCL We still have a few High-Grade Bicycles. Our young friends, of either sex, cannot employ their spare time more profitably than by getting up the ciub required for one of these wheels. , The club seems large, but, as a matter of fact, itdoes not take long to raise it The two attractive and valuable books given to every subscriber makes club raising easy. The Clubs required are as follows: Man's Wheel, club of 50; Woman's Wheel, club of 55; Bov's Wheel, club Of 40. i fy Tji"- - rZ (&&& QQer)r; & fir si ?' S m m We have two according to latest i and both are stem white metal cases, through. Sfc ZfeX igg S59HHR araggiHB ?. fmSSsa6aBM&WStBBm ffllJL. JfJMmSCfl ' JrML new watches that we guarantee. They are of American manufacture mprovcmenls in the chronogiaphic art. "We call them "Our Specials,' wind and stem-Srct movements, jeweled, open face, with compound This metal is composed chiefly of nickel, and wears the same clear The case of the lathes' watch will also be cent cither plain "Our Special" men's subscribers. "Our Special " yearly subscribers. ladies' s:7.e will be sent The smaller a watch is the Testimonial. Bridgeton, Ind., Jan. 14, 1897. Editor National Tribune. Dear Sir: I have icceived the watch for getting up a club of four. I am highly -pleased and feci well repaid for my trouble. The subscribers have all got their paper and the books, and all are well pleased. They say the books are worth the money without the paper. Thanking you for the present, I remain, Yours truly, Aithur AYoods. sxr. -C. ,. W jfzy r toS. ft mfmSXBgKBBL or in an engiaved case as wanted. The style of the engraving is shown in the illustration on the right, and it is very taste fully done. The terms are the same whether for plain or en graved. We know these watches will suit, and we arc especially proud of the ladies,' watch, because for years we have tried without success to get an American-made timepiece of this size at a reasonable price and fit to guarantee. Ladies' watches of foreign make have pioved unsatisfactory, and the American movements heretofore have been too expensive. Now, however, we have it so near absolute perfection that we do not look for substantial improvement in our lifetime size will be tent postpaid as a iireimum for a club of six yearly postpaid as a premium foi a club of seven more it costs. FREE CUBA. A History of the War for Lib erty. This is a work of G75 pages, illustrated with numerous engravings and maps, bound in cloth, ornamented with gold and blue lettering, and the tlag of Cuba reproduced in natural colors. It embraces a complete history of the Island from discovery down to the present time, and an account of the present revolu tion down to the close of 181)7. It has jwrtraits of all the great leaders. It has been prcpaicd under the supervision of Dr. John Guiter.is, of the University of Pennsyl vania. It will be sent, postage paid, free to any person who will send us a club of only three yearly subscribers to Tine National Titiisi'xr. nt$l each. SET OF SIX SHverpSated jj. . Teaspoons 3gjpC For a Club. ITsvE'E' See Offers Below. These teaspoons can be used in cooking, eating and medicines the same as solid silver. They will not. can not corrode or rust. Tea spoons of equal merit are sold in jewclr3'-storcs for $1.50 and 3.00 a set; but because wo tuy at factory prices, and because we do not make any piofit on the .spoons (the subscription is what we want), we furnish ,tliem at a great bargain. In beauty and finish they are perfect, and for daily 'use there is nothing better. 'The base of these spoons is 'ufckel-silver metal, which silver color through and 'through, and is then well plated with coin-silver. tX:il Oonil Anir Toct m M TT 111 SI.C111VJ X&IB y j wti i 'IV. Ucf l!mj cninnci Men .J JLlf LUU lllloif miuuilS) jj J'acid or a file. II returned 'to us we will leplace, free of charge, the spoon dam aged in making the test, provided you tell some of your neighbors what the test proved. We make this offer because such a test is the best advertise ment we can get, leading as it does to additional orders. "Wo absolutely Size Jictluced. guarantee each and every spoon to be as described and to givo entire satisfaction or money refunded. Initial Letter. Each and every spoon will be engraved free of charge with your initial letter. "We will send a set of these beautiful tea spoons, marked, post-paid, for a club of only three yearly subscribers at 1 each. aTco'in SILVER WATCH. Here is a great bargain. The case is engine-turned in pattern, and made of standard U. S. assay coin silver. The movement Cor works) is of the latest and most stylish, as well as most service , able design, has a quick train balance, ; safety pinion, hairspring tempered in form, and 13 a stem-winder and stem setter. It is a seven-jeweled movement, i Wo have the same watch either hunt i ing-case or open-face, the latter a heavy, I beveled French plate, perfectly safe against damage in the pocket. We will send this beautiful watch, postpaid, to any address delivery guar anteed, as a premium for a club of 10 yearly subscribers and S1.50 additional money if the hunting-case is desired, or only $1 added money if the open-face is preferred. A Good Watch For an Hour's Work. ..:0mmai&2im : ? & i S'A'sZsfT.xb-SSm.L Jl im s ri. i One of tne most serviceable watches ever made, a stem-winder and stem scttci. The case h nickel, hav ing the exact appearance of silver. THIS IS NO TOY, but an ordinary modern watch which will last for years, and one which any person may be proud to carry. It is guaranteed by the manu facturer and by us. A watch like this a generation ago would have cost $20, but the fact is it contains appliances un known at that time. In addition to the watch we send iu every instance a handsome chain and charm, so that the outfit is ready to put on and wear as soon as received. We do not sell this watch without the paper, and no one can secure one of these splendid timepieces by itself. We will send this watch by mail to any per Eon who will send us a club of only FOUR YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS. Understand that you pay nothing for the watch, but send us four names and addresses of subscribers to The Na tional Tribune with $1 for each sub scriber, who will receive the paper for one year, and we will send you the watch, chain and- charm, postpaid, to your address absolutely free of charge. In addition, the subscribers will each receive two great war books, described elsewhere. This makes club-raising easy. No one, therefore, need be without a watch equal for keeping time to any in the neighborhood. It will not take an hour for anyone to get up this small club ; of. only four subscribers at 81 each for j the best family newspaper in the U. S. fGraHUCK. ft&SMT mX&'rr.V. Tf.7m-j m tpk x ,a-." MOJBmwcj s c:r- i,vr ,." zZi-mMMJt5ma&M' i-'mir jHmtm.yi'. ml! VHf A Premium Well Beautiful China. Decorated in Three Colors. Pure white back ground. Gold edges. This ware is beautiful seau-porcelain of American manufacture We have given away thonsauds of sets a? premiums for club-raisers. We do not sell them The few pieces shown above aie simply assamples to exhibit the style of shape and decoration of the set. We have two sets of this china: First, a 56-piece set, which consists of 12 plates, 12 fruit-saucers, a teapot ami cover, a sugar bowl and cover, a creamer, one bowl, one dozen teacups, one dozen saucers to match, one bread-plate, and one cake-plate. We have also a dinner and tea set combined,, consisting of dl pieces. This dinner set comprises 12 dinner-plates, 12 tea-plates, 12 cups, 12 saucers to match, 12 fruit-saucers, 12 individual butter-plates, two cake-plates, one teapot and cover, one sugar-bowl and cover, one creamer, one bowl, one large meat-platter, one lame, stylish gravy-boat, and one large vegetable TESTIMONIAL. Kenesaw, Neb., Jan. 4, 1S93. Editors National Tribune Gentle men: Thc27lh of last month I wa3 very much surprised in receiving as fine a barrel of dishes as we commonly see. Do not understand I was surprised at receiving the dishes, but be cause they were very much nicer thau I had expected. I cannot express my gratitude fox them, but will show how much I appreciate your generosity by still working for the sol dier's friend, The National Tribune. Klondike Stoak, We gave 60ine particulars, week before last, of the Consolidated Investment Corpora" tion, one share of which we can offer, for a short time, to our club-raisers for each subscription sent in. No one knows, as yet, how these mining ventnres will come out. We have faith in this company, based largely on the character of the men who manage it. This ia au easy way to acquire some stock. Worth Earning, dish and cover, making in all a cu'nplete dinner set of S4 pieces. We will send the 3G-piece tea set to nv of our friends who will send us u club f 10 yearly subscribers to Tkk National Ti.iu un'e at $1 each, and $1 additional mom-v to help pay the expease of packing and s-np-ping. We will send the S-1-piece set" to anr on8 who will send us a club of 10 yearly sub scribers to The National Truii'Sk at 51 each, and only ?2 additional money to hip meet the extraordinary expenses connei ted with this offer. These handsome sets of chiua are securely parked in l-arre', and. will be sent by freight, tho receiver paying charges. The freight expense will be very trifling seldom exceeding 50 cents as we shall have them hipped from the pottery, which is located in the center of the country. And yesterday the watch was received, which was much uicer than we had expected ft surely pays to work for Tin: National Tribune, and I will try to do more for you j in the future than I have in the past. I am now cettiniinn another club. I Iiava not selected 1113 preminm, and I am not car ing so much for that as to placu the. paper in the hands of every veteran in the country. Thanking you for past favors, 1 am, respect fully, (Mrs.) Ann KniEinN. Address THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, Washington, D. C.