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.... . if . v. . ... 1. -ins, ' ' i ',, jt' . - a. ,r m. ,7 CHRISTMAS GIFTS I 4 v.r 1 ft! S 1 V' 1 The Dleasure of creatine haDDiness is the nearest atDroach to exaltation that we can M. y JL mm 1 ever hope to reach on this earth. Enjoy this exhilaration to the utmost by making your I a rrienas ana relatives nappy witn any or me nanasome, userui ana aepenaaoie girts sug- h I gested below: 83 m 10 flhr Polished Qunrtercd Oak, Leather Scat, MO to $20. FINE FURNITURE! Distinctive Library Furniture, Couches Writing Desks, Sewing Chairs, Turkish Rockers, Tea Service Tables, Mirrors, Telephone Stands, Serving Trays, Music Cabinets, Card Tables, Globe-Wernicke Bookcases, Dining Tables, Chairs, Buffets, Kendell Bed Davenports, Lace Curtains, Rugs, Sealy Mattresses, Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Majestic Ranges, Round Oak Heaters, Standard Sewing Machines, Bissell Carpet Sweepers, Universal Food Choppers, Asbestos Sad Irons, etc., etc. In our Furniture and Rug Department you will find many use- ful and handsome gifts, suitable for any member of the household. GlobC'Wcrnocko Book Cases. Kind el Dcd Davenport. SI A COMPLETE LINE OF CUTLERY. In our Cutlery department you will find the Gillett Safety Razor, the Ever Ready and Gem Junior Razors for $1, Landers Frary and Clark's celebrated Table Cutlery and Carving Sets, ranging in price Carvers, $2.50 to $10, Knives and Forks from $1 per set to the $20 Pearl Handle, Butter Knives, Souvenir Spoons, Tea Spoons, Table Spoons, Ladles, Rogers' 1847, the standard Silverware of America. We will not substitute on you. s mil i i B I Celebrated Clauss SliearH IN POCKET KNIVES. We carry ALL the leading brands in pearl, stag and wood handles, in sizes and patterns suitable for all uses from the child, the lady school teacher and the young man, as well as the stronger and heavier ones for the' men. Each knife will be put up in a beau tiful Christmas box. The heavitil t'adi of triple of iYuT r.ViX" v:.ix""av ' btiitO line i'f ,a ct,t' 1847 ROGERS BROS TRIPLE The origin! "Koceri" illrcr plate, k ,w.e cIfK" oi line ofmri'ou L " AVwr 'jt that tt'tatt," Robeson Pocket Knives Lunders, Fray ( C.ark Quarantecd Cutlery Landers, Fray & Clark Carving Sets. NICKLE AND GLASS DEPARTMENT Ih Nickleware and Glassware Department you find many interesting articles to select your gifts from coffee pots, tea pots, baking and chafing dishes, bean pots, casseroles, ramekens, cof fee machines, 5 o'clock teas, egg sets, jardineres in hand hammered brass and copper, waiters, handsome dinner sets, fancy hand painted plates, salad bowls, cream and sugar bowls and pitchers, cut glass tumblers, saucers, champagne and sherbert glasses, compote glasses, etc. Rochester Chafing Dish GOOD TOOLS What would be nicer for the husband or boy than a fine silver steel saw, genuine plumb hammer, brace and bit, a real high grade Bailey set of planes, or a set of tools? SBp Bl 0 Q Rochester Casserole GIFTS F(DR THR PHII TIRFN We have them. ' Skates, sleds, wagons, foot II balls, base balls and bats, tool chests for the boys, 5 dolls for ' the girls, and in fact anything you may R want. S Be sure and visit our store, and examine our elegant line before purchasing your Christmas gifts. Don't forget to do your Christmas shopping EARLY and thus avoid the RUSH! jg Remember, we will hold your purchases and deliver them later. We have the most complete stock of House Furnishing goods in this section of the state. 5 0po Mnuto Washer E3BB ?0 s n