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* Tbt Tranurj Department's Seal*
The seal of the Treasury Department,
at Washington, imprint of ,
which must appear upon every bill
issued by the Government, is care
folly guarded in the department, and
the imprint of it is made after the bills
have been printed at the Bureau of
Engraving and Printing.
* British Columbia contains the largest
compact timber area in the world.
It includes Douglas pine, cedar, spruce
rod Alaska pine, worth many millions
I Kidneys, Liver ;
,lEANSES THE 5Y5TEM !
evy the gcnuini - maht o t>y
roft SAU BT 111 CWiSWffS ?Ocr SOt RK COT TIL
NlgLt Llfbti for Birds' Neiti. <
Many birds suspend their nests
from the branches of trees, one of the ;
most curious nests of that kind being
that of the Baya bird, of India. It is 1
v- ' hnng from the branch, with its open- '
ing at the bottom, and hangs like an
inverted bottle, secure from the approach
of tree snakes and other reptiles.
The most curions thing about |
the Baya bird is that it is said to light i
up its nest by sticking fireflies on its >
sides with clay or soft mad. . There '
seems to be little doabt of the fact. !
Dr. Buchanan says: "At night each <
habitation is lighted np by a firefly
stuck in the top with a piece of olay.
The nest consists of two rooms; some- .
times there are three or four fireflies, 1
and their blaze in the little cells dazzles
the eyes of the bats, which often
destroy the young of these birds.?
Our Dumb Animals. j
Cure* ?irThroat Long: Affections.
^ A A n i n ,
^ Get the genuine. Refuse substitutes,
X>r. BulTs Pillt cure Eys&efiia. Trial, 20forJ
Ever use it? You should.
What do the
Don't give them tea or coffee.
Have you tried the new food drink
called GRAEN-0 ? It is delicious
and nourishing and takes the place
' of coffee.
The more Grain-P you give the
children the more health you distribute
through their syftems.
Grain-0 is made of pure grains,
and when properly prepared tastes
like the choice grades of coffee but
costs about ? as much. All grocers
sell it. 15c. and 25c.
Insist that your grocer gives you GRAIN-0
Accept no Imlts^ton
"1 have nitd toot Tamable casi aBETS
and find them perfect. Couldn't do
without them. I have used them for some time
tor indigestion and biliousness and am now com,
pletely cured. Recommend them, to every cne.
Onoe tried, you will never be without them in
the family." Sow. A. Mam, Albany, N. Y.
M CATHARTIC jk
TRADE MAJIK WWIHIO^^
Pleawint. Palatable. Potent. Taste GooC. Do
QooaTNever Sloken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c, 20c, COo.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
ED.TA.RAP Sold andguaranteed by alldrug"?J
I U'PMb Kiana to CVBJ Tobacco Habit. I
Tiio flr?t five persons procuring tue Ei
Ktooer will ench obtain one large 10c pad
10C package of "flablngcr'a Best*' Sta
twelve beautiful colors, as natural as life, or
I fiflMt of its kind ever printed, all absolutely
Ck?ln starch Book, will obtain from th
Croio" lsattadrr Starch is something en
- oft Iflfentlon of the Twentieth Century. It ]
baj won for itself praise from all parts of tbi
, thing heretofore used or known to science in
rice ana corn, uuu cuvuiiuuuy prcpmu
E?oknk, loira, an expert in the laundry
practical experience in fancy laundering, an
Inventor of all line gradee of starch in the
fttarch and obtain these beautifn! Christmas
: ... .
A Rebellion* Htubaad*
An Atchison man, to get even, has
taken to selling his wife'B old olothes.
He says every time he puts off a sum- I
mer suit to put on a winter suit his j
wife Bells his clothes to a second-hand
dealer, and he proposes to sell his
wife's party dresses to get even.?
About 5,000 new teachers are engaged
annually in Pennsylvania to fill
the vacancies caused by death, marriage,
change of occupation, and so
A Notable Silver Anniversary#
With the close of the present year Mr.
David C. Cook, of Cbicajro, will celebrate
Lis first quarter-centennial as editor and
publisher of Sunday-school literature.
Starting twenty-flve years ago, without
H^r, naaiu-nnnn of KimilOft. he has
10|JUl??VU V* -r
become one of the most widely and favorably
known publishers In this line. Beginning
in 1875 with two small publications,
his periodicals have crown in number and
favor until there are few schools in this
country that do not find it to their interest
to use some of his pure and helpful publications,
while many in distant lands pay
tribute to their merits. The past quarter
of a century haswifuessed many changes
among Sunday-school publishers, nnd !
much less time than this ba9 sufficed for
some to outlive their usefulness. On the
tontrary, Mr. Cook is preparing to celebrate
the beginning of another quartercentury
with additional Improvements and
oew publications. Among these may be
mentioned The New Cextcby SundaySchool
Teacheb's Monthly, a large and
thoroughly up-to-date magazine for superintendents
and teachers, the first issue of
which will appear In December. Among
the most remarkable of his publications i9
the Yocxo People's Weekly, which ba9 attained
a circulation of nearly a quarter of
a million, being a successful attempt to
Furnish a high grade of religious story
reading for boys and girls. To avoid the
"goody-goody" story of the Sundayschool,
such as we remember in our ohildbood
days, and furnish something natural,
Interesting and ennobling, has been Its
?im, and we are not at all surprised at its
The restraining influence of the Christian
home and the Sunday-school on our
growing community of young people, some
of us may not appreciate as we should?
perhapB because these sometimes fall to
restrain. This paper should be a most
welcome accessory in this work, and one
which all should appreciate. Boys and
?irls will read, and the story book and
paper are their first oliolce. There seems i
a plentiful supply of religious papers -for I
Dider people, but this is the first Buccefis- I
tul attempt to furnish a non-sectarian re- !
llgious story paper for young people.
The paper is profusely Illustrated, beautifully
printed, and contains us much or
more reading matter than the most expensive
of secular young people's story papers.
The price, seventy-five cents per year,
should bring it within the reach of every
home. Mr. Cook Is now making a special
Bffort to give the paper a wider circulation,
and all who send seventy-five cents for a
year's subscription before Jan. 1st will receive
a beautiful premium picture entitled
"The Soul's Awakening." It Is exactly the
same sire (13 by 18 Inches) and style as
(hose on sale at art stores for $1. Orders
should be addressed to David C. Cook
Publishing Co., 36 Washington St., Chicago.
Probably no man living has done so
much to improve and cheapen Sunday
school literature as nas Jir. jjaviu u.
Cook. Through bis aid thousands of
schools hftve been encouraged, Improved
and made self-sust&iulng. Mr. Cook Is yet
& comparatively youDg man, and it does
not appear $it all Improbable that bis field
of usefulness may extend over yet another
(Gave Him Hla Cue.
He is a Michigan boy now fighting
in Manila. Once, when on a trip East,
tie squandered his substance too freely,
became remorseful, and while in
this mood enlisted. There was nothing
vicious about him, but he was a
big, strong,, impulsive young fellow
who had yet to learn that there are
limitations even to the American rights
3f independence. One morning he
was missing and there was conclusive
evidence that he had deserted. He
was Corporal Dime, his name being
the whimsical suggestion of the one
coin he had left when he went to tha
Just as war with Spain became a certainty
he was walking along by the
Planter's hotel in St. Louis and came
fa;e to face with his old captain. InI*/*
Vvio Vtaala Ia.
BLlllUll VU1J liC tliuatu a-ijo uvvio ?w
gether and sainted.
"I don't know yon, sir," said the
captain qnickly and gruffly. "Never
did know you. You don't know me.
Never forget that, sir. Your name
might be Nickel, for anything I can
"Half right," laughed the stalwart
youth, who had twigged the captain.
"I have been longing to enlist ever
since this trouble threatened. What
wonld you think of it?"
"A mother, well and happy," and
they looked each other in the eye, for
it was her seriouB illness that had
caused the boy to ask for a furlough
and then desert when it was refused.
"I think I Baved her once."
"Glad of it. Glad you want to enlist.
Never knew you before* bnt,
Tounc man. be carefnLto be as awk
ward as any one in the awkward
squad."?Detroit Free Press.
General Flak's Boomerang.
Major Ford H. Rogers tells an amns*
ing anecdote of tbe late General Clinton
?. Fisk. The General was addressing
a Sunday-school convention.
One of the speakers had reminded the
children that it was Washington's
."Children," paid General Fisk,
"you all know that Washington was
a General. Perhaps you know that I
am also a General. Now can any one
tell what wa9 the difference between
General Washington and myself?"
"I know, sir," piped a small boy in
tbe back part of tbe room.
"Well, what wai'the difference?" J
said General Fisk, Mailing at the lad's
"George Washington couldn't tell a
lie, sir," cried the boy in exultant
tones. Shouts of laughter followed,
in which tbe Genejal -joined heartily.
?Detroit News. J5
tiftlcas Chain Sfafrcli Book (rom their
cage of *?Vted Croi?"' Starch, one large
rcli, two Shakespeare panels, printed In
one Twentieth Century Qlrl Calendar, tbe
free. All others procuring the Endless
eir grocer tbe aborq goods for 5c. 4*Re'd
tirely new, and is without doubt the greathas
no equal, And surpasses all others. It
) United States. It has superseded e?ery*he
iXundry art. It is made from wheat,
1 scientific principles by J. C. llubiufer,
profession, who hae bad twenty-flve years'
ri wtin w?? th? first successful and oriein&l
i United Statw. Ask your grocers for tbla
eras eat i fr??
I NEW 'YORK
| gg Designs For Costur
I || ' come Popular in
New York City (Special).?What
1 nearly every woman aspires to own for
her winter wearing is a directoire mide
I wholly of velvet, its wide upturned
rounding brim faced with white waved
"LA BELLE ELDORADO."
chiflon, and the crowning glory of it a
rhinestone sunburst set aside at the
base of the brim, where it flares up
from the face.
The sunburst is really the corner
stone round which the properly designed
directoire is built, and aside
from its virtues as an ornament it
serves the noble purpose of bracing
back the brim so that it forms the
proper sort of arch above the face.
Whether the crown of her directoire
rakes exaggeratedly forward or not,
whether the whole hat itself is composed
of velvet that is of the commonplace
weave, or that variety known as
antique, are almost unimportant details
of the woman who has staked all
Vi<n> nloimfl t.n lipan+.v rtrt hpr RtriniTH.
The direotoire that is a force in the
millinery realms always has strings,
HOUSE GOWN. STREET 00'
but as you hold dear your hopes of
looking your best in your new winter
hat, don't invest in ribbon strings^
The moat popular hat seen at the
recent horse show is the "La Belle
Eldorado," which style is often worn
by Mrs. John R. Drexel, Mrs. Joseph
Widener, Mrs. William E. Carter, of
Philadelphia, ?aud other prominent
It is a flaring round turban in style,
worn off tne face, and is usually of
sable or chinchilla, with a huge choux
of velvet or tulle in front.
Three Fetching Costume*.
Good-by to the perfectly plain skirt.
The Paqnin plait, a single box plait of
medium width running right down the
middle of the skirt's back, and fastened
only at the waistband so that it flares
gracefully at tlie"hem, is the hallmark
of all the newest dr^ss skirts and most
acceptably. No woman of good taste
can but hail the eclipse of the plain
skirt with delight, and everybody must
i realize the increase of comfort entailed
by the Paquin plait. Gowns may continue
to sweep the streets and to wind
themselves inextricably about the
wearers' heels, but so long as they do
| not deprive her of the privilege of sitting
down?which is what the late unlameuted
plain skirt succeeded in doing?she
can forgive rnncb.
In the large engraving three of the
most; popular types of gowns, taken
from Harper's Bazar, are shown.
House or reception gown is of white
cloth with lace applique at the bottom
of the over-skirt. A tight-fitting waist
] of cream guipure lace, with short
I ionVaf nf tnolroil infiV.tft pom
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plete the costume.
The street gown is of green cloth
trimmed with hands of machine stitching
and edged with black Persianlamb
fur. The inside waist is of dark J
The figured silk dinner gown is
trimmed with ruffles and flounces of
pleated taffeta silk. Lace levers are
"on the front and back of waist, and
bands of lace insertion outline the ruffles
on the over-skirt.
Charms mid Hellenics.
Among trifles which enter largely
into dress calculations in these days
of pocketless skirts are the purses and
retioules of moire, gold mesh or fancy
leather. Smart ones of mouse-gray
suede or doeskin are covered with fine
steel tracery and slung from the wrist
by a chain of chased steel. Another
trifle which makes one's dress account
mount up bewilderingly is the
Urn* mocilcd rococo chare* ?? big
Ties That Have Be- M
i the Metropolis.
as a small sancer. This depeDds fron
a massive chain, which is wound twic<
round the neck, and is allowed tc
hang almost to the waist. Thi
enamelling is chaste and delicate ii
coloring, and in workmanship thesi
charms approach the Italian style, ii
whibh the Ronmn gold and silver
smith follow their craft. In all jeweln
the tendency is toward the masdiv<
Italian style, while the lighter Frenci
flflf.finaQ am rplorratp/l to t.li A > hap.k
The Neweit Feminine Fancy.
"The newest thing to wear is a se
of bags hanging from your belt, mad<
of the same material as jour tailoi
made suit," writes Edith Lawrence ii
the Ladies' Home Journal. "For in
stance, Gladys describes a set of thre<
to me which she had just made of th<
cheviot, a sort of mixed stuff, such ai
her gown was made of. One was fo]
her pocketbook, one for her card cas<
and one for her pocket handkerchief
They were different sizes and wer<
lined with silk. They were suspend
ed by narrow bands of cloth, whicl
were stitched on both sides and stiff
Patching Small Gloves.
Whefn a glove i3 too small anc
splits, it is worse than useless to se^i
up tbe reut; it must be patched. The
patch must be of kidof the same color
Turn the part iuside out, having
trimmed the hole round so that th<
edges are even,rand cut the patch o:
kid to the right size. Then, withfini
needle and cotton, sew in the patch,
taking care only to take up'the insid<
of the kid and to keep the seam flat
If this be done neatly, the glove wil
be nearly as good as new.
Card Cases For Women.
The newest card cases are of fin<
leather, with a jewel set in the clasj
like the parent fastener on gloves, ex
cept that they clasp through a but
tonhole in order to show on the out
side. Genuine stones only are nse(
by the best dressed women. Oftei
the birth stone is chosen, altbougl
the diamond, pink pearl and sapphir<
are shown mostly in the best jewelr
nrs\ stxxEB oowy.
Word* of the Propliet.
The prophet says:
That sleeves are not so tight byanj
means as they are going to be.
Tnat the box plait means skr"
fuller and gradually more full.
That by spring draperies will be ii
That the vogue of the bolero wili
That for evening dress the mos<
fashionable materials will be velvet ii
combination with transparent stuffs.
Pockets Are ET?rywher?.
The pocket lurks in almost everj
garment save the skirt.
The Most Popular Bodice.
A novel neck arrangement is th<
chief feature of the bodice pictured ii
the accompanying cut from the New
York Sun. The throat is open botl
hack and front and there is no attemrl
at finish beyond the narrow, flat linef
of embroidery banding tne shoulder:
and beading the blouse part of the
corsage both buck and front. Blacl
lisse embroidered in gold andmonntec
upon black satin are the materials ec^
NOVEL NECK 'ARRANGEMENT,
ployed; the embroidery is gold tbreac
upon black satin ribbon. The double
cuvriug bands holding tho bodice fnl
ness in place upon the shoulderB is s
noteworthy detail. The sleeves art
lined and have a caplike epaulet ol
the embroidered lisse edged witt
black lace. Lace frills are at the
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Fim In London.
The report of the Fire Brigade
Committee of the London County
Council for the last municipal year,
ending March 31st, states that the
I number of calls lor fires, or supposed
fires, received during the year was
4,411. Of these 911 were false
alarms, and 3,500 were calls for fires,
of which 168 were classed aa
"serious" and 3,332 as "slight. Th?
number of occasions on which life waa
seriously endangered by fire was 188,
and the number of occasions on which
j life was lost was 71.
j Like Finding 3Voneju
I Tbe as? of the Endless Chain Starch
l Book in the purchase of "Bed Cross" and
s ''Hublnger's Best" starch, makes it just
i like finding money. Why, for only 5c yon
. are enabled to get one large lOo package
j of "Bed Cross" starch, one large 10c pack3
age of "Hublnger's Best" starch, with ths
i premiums, two Shakespeare panels, print*
. ed in twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth
Century Girl Calendar, embossed In
gold. Ask your grocer for this starch and
obtain the beautiful Christmas presents fre?
He Saved the Baby.
r An. old resident of a Nova Scotia
' town is the proud owner of a Newfoundland
dog for which he has been
offered large sums. The dog's intelligence
has always been rated high,
but two years ago he added to hie
reputation by an act which seemed to
indicate a power of rapid reasoning
equal to that possessed by many human
His master lives on the side of a
" hill, the street sloping rather abruptly
down to the water's edge. One day
a*little girl, left in charge of her
baby sister sleeping in its small carriage,
turned away to talk with a
I schoolmate, and forgot the baby for a
In that moment a sudden gust ol
wind took the little carriage, and bore
it rapidly along down the hill toward
the water. The two children ran
shrieking after it, but the wind was j
3 I" too fleet for them.
The big Newfoundland, lying at the
^ foot of his master's walk, as usual,.-,
raised his head when he heard the
| cries, and saw the carriage skimming
by him. Unlike the children, he
made no attempt to overtake it by a
direct chase, bat dashing across three
or fonr lawns, he came out at a curve
3 of the road ahead of the little vehicle,
1 and planting himself firmly in its
" track stopped it, and held it safely
' until some of'the neighbors, who had
* been roused by the cries, hnrried to
1 the spot.
1 Then he walked np the hill again,
1 apparently unmoved by the praise
3 and petting which were snrely his
7 dne, and resumed his nap with the
air of a dog that had done his duty as
beBt he knew how, and was content.
An attempt on a large scale is soon
to be made to Btock the abandoned,
farms of Maine with cattle from the
Don1! Tobacco Spit tad Smoke loir Lire Inaj.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be magnetic,
lull of life, nerve and vigor, take No-ToBac,
tbe wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or II. Cure guaranteed.
Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York.
Babbits cannot gnaw through wire clotb
placed about fruit trees.
Vitality low, debilitated or exhausted cured
byJ?r. Kline's Invigorating Tonic. Frek $1trial
bottle for 2 weeks' treatment. Dr. Kline,
Ld., 981 Arch St, Philadelphia. Founded 1871
In Manitoba there arw 2,500,000 acres
ander crops, ot which 1,600,000 is wheat.
To (Jare constipation Forever*
Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lOo or 25c.
it C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund money.
Music boxes for bicycles are manufactured
by a firm ia Hamburg, Germany.
After physicianB bad jriven zne up, I wai
saved by Piso's Cure.?Ralph Erieg, Wll
llamsport, Pa., Nov. 22,1898.
How Are Your Kldneyi f
Dr. Hobbi' Sparainis Pills care all kidney Ills. Bare,
pie froe. Add. Hternng Remedy Co., Chicago or N. Y
i There Is a town without a name on Lake
. 1 f
I ruth! |
so bad for a cough
so good for a
cough as Ayer's
f Cherry Pectoral.
The 25 cent size is just right
for an ordinary, everyday cold.
The 50 cen size is better for the |
cough of bronchitis, croup, grip,
| and hoarseness. The dollar size
, is the best for chronic coughs,
as in consumption, chronic bron1
chitis, asthma, etc.
1 ^ ZSt! Th0mpi0Q,i E/t Watt
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.. AMD , /s.
X HERLlTTLf? V
They say the lamb wh
Whose fleece was i
Was really just a cleve
For Ivory Soap, yoi
IVORY SOAP IS 99%, I
COPYRIGHT l?S* ?Y TMt PHOCTI* ft a
Save the Nickels*
From saving, comes having, Ask your * 1
grocer bow you can save 16o by Investing ? J
5c. He can tell yoa just bow you can get 2
one large 10c package of "Bed Cross" , t
starch, one large 10c package of "Eubln- * \
ger's Best" starch, with the premiums, two *
beautiful Shakespeare panels, printed in * ]
twelve beautiful colors, or one Twentieth J '
Century Girl Calendar, all for Sc. Ask your 2
grocer for this starch and obtain /these J 1
beautiful Christmas presents free. ? '
The town of Moorehead, San., has ?
a co-operative hotel, laundry, hall, J
creamery and canning factory and a $
co-operative dining-hall, with several J
co-operative farms near by. 2
Beauty la Blood Deep. '
Clean blood means a' clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar- *
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
puritie^ from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that siclcly bilious complexion by taking
Casearet*,?beauty for ten cents.' All drug- <t>
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. ?
California produces about one-third of
the almonds consumed in the United States. ?
Deafness Cannot Be Cured V
by local applications, as they cannot reach the 1
diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one I
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu- Th
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an >n- .
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the rt
Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in- u
flamed you have a rumbling sonnd or imper- m
feet hearing, and when it is entirely closed (Jp
Deafness is the result, and unless the inflam- u
mation can be taken out and this tube re- J*
stored to its normal condition, hearing will be _
destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten are A
caused by catarrh, which is nothing butan in- 5?
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces. fj
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can- IF
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh <. ure. Send 5*
for circulars, free. \?
F. J. Chejtit & Co., Toledo, 0. ' |
Sold by Druggists, 78c. I *
Hall's Family Pills are the best. / IC
'There are over seventy miles of tunnels lc<
cut in the solid rock of Gibraltar.
Educate Tour Bowels With Cnsearet*. 13
Caudy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. ??!
10c, 25c. If C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money. .
Covent Garden, London, has been In the V
possession of the Bedford family 800 yenrs. an
TV ANTED?Gentleman or lady to represent ns ^yl
\T in this vicinity, having wide acquaintance p?1
with properly owners and people with means. If
you can give good reference there is f8000 yearly JtB
income. No experience or money requir-d. For lu- i
formation address, H. E. Hints, lu Wall St., N. Y. flj
(in CAD C I Fortunes in stocks; invest 96 to H
#IU rUil wl $iooand e?t anwofor SHWoufe;
safe ana bank. Reed k Co., 131 S. 6th St., Piilla., Pa. I
rwrnCTTTfYM THIS PAPEK WHKN KtfPLY- I
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* YOUR n Jb
"Star" tin tags (showing small st
of tag), "HorseShoe," "0
and "Drummond" Natural Leaf Tii
securing presents mentioned belo
Every man, woman aqd child can fi
that they would like to have, and cai
*1 Match Box 26 23 a
2 Kn fe, one blade, good steel 25 el
3 Seizors, 4% Inches 26 -24 Gi
? - - ? " OK lie
4 Child's 8et, Knife, ? orK ana npoun ^
6 Salt and Pepper Set, one each, quad- M
ruple plate on white metal 60 26 1c
6 French Briar Wood Pipe 36 U
7 Razor, hollow ground, fine English" 27 Tc
st ?el 50 v<
8 Batter Knife, triple plate, best 38 Re
quality <0 28 \Js
9 Sugar Shell, triple plate, best quul.. BO i 30 Di
10 Stamp Box, sterling silver '0 I ai
11 Knife, "Keen Kutter," two blades.. 76 -1 oe
12 Butcher Knife, "Kee:i Kutter," 8-in w
blade 76 32 H?
13 Shears, "Keen Kutter." 8-incii 75 | *t
14 Nnt Set, Ciacker oiid 6 Picks, silver 33 Ri
plated 80 34 Gl
IS Base Uall, "Association," best qual.loo la
10 Alarm Clock, nickel 160 35 Mi
17 8ix Genuine Rogers'Teaspoons, best
1 lated goods T. 150 3i ")
*18 Watch, nickel, stem wind and sot.. 200 '
19 Carvers, good steel, buckhorn 37 Re
handler SCO 111
20 Six Genuine Rogers' Table Spoons, 38 J3I
best plated goods 200 j
21 Six each. Knives and Forks, buck- ic c.
horn handles 250 39 '''J
22 Six each. Genuine Rogers' Knives "
and Forks, bes: plated goods SOU I 40 Re
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