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Baltimore Bargain House 

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. 

Our Catalogues are books of several hundred pages — this is simply a booklet of rep^ 
resentative offers from our big stocks, sufficient for you to make up a test order. 



Send for Our October Catalogue of Over 300 pages— Free to Merchants. 



These Items Will Give You on Idea of How Huch Less 
Honey You Will Have To Pay Us for the Same Goods. 

Men's SacK Suit of Dark Blue Wool Cassimere (seepaees. colored sheet.), per suit, $3.25 

Mennen's Berated Talcum Powder. (see page 21.) per doz., 1.35 

Borden's " Tip-Top " Brand Caramels (see page c, colored sheet.) . . per pound, .07^ 

The Well Known "Clarendon" Quilts (see page 13 ) each, .875^ 

Men's Black Sateen Shop Caps isee page 3.) per doz., .30 

Men's and Boys' Plush Caps, double earbands (see page 3.) per doz., 2.20 

B. B. H. Special Guaranteed Watch (see page 20.) each, .57J^ 

" Columbia " Nickel Guaranteed Alarm Clock (see page 20 each, A7V2 

Carter's No. 85 Black Ink, 2-oz. cone (Sce page 22.) per gross, 2.95 

Plain Homespun Suitings (see page 10.) per yard, .1654 

Men's Fancy Percale Shirts (see page s.) per doz., 3.50 

10-4 Bed Blankets (See page 9 > per pair, .40 

Ladies' Brown Hare Scarfs <see page e.) each, .95 

"Baltimore" 10c Gray Enameled Ware Assortment. . . (see page b. colored sheet.) . . per doz., .89 

Ladies' Black Patentine Belts (see page 13.) per doz., 1.25 

Imitation Bone Collar Buttons <see page 23.) per gross, .14 

Ladies' Wrist Bags <see page 24.) per doz., 2.00 

Single Faced Plush Lap Robes, all colors (see page 15.) each, 1.15 

Old Virginia Cheroots .v 'Se« p^se 21.) per 1000, 11.60 

OUR 160-SWATCH BOOK OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING FREE TO MERCHANTS ON REQUEST. 



We Will Prepay Freight on Your First Order 

AND SHIP GOODS ON APPROVAL 

with the distinct understanding that you may return them, in whole or in part, at our 
expense, within 5 days, if you are not satisfied and convinced that you have saved 
money on all that you have bought. 

If you are entirely satisfied you can pay for the goods in 30 days. 

Could any system be fairer, or broader, or more in your interests? It won't cost 
you anything to try us. We stand all the expense and assume all the. risk. 



>o You Sell Clothing? 



If you do, you will be interested in know- 
ing that all of our Clothing is made in 
our own factory, by our own organiza- 
tion, under splendid sanitary conditions. Our factory has plenty of light and air on all four 
sides — everything conduces to a good, reliable, trustworthy product, and we strictly guaran- 
tee that you will not find the equal of our Clothing, for cut, fit, style, material and workman- 
ship, at so low a price as we ask. 



Important Notice! 



FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID 
ON FIRST ORDER. 

AVTE are very anxious to win the 
^^ first order from you— we'll ad- 
mit that. We're so anxious that we're 
willing to rob the transaction of all 
profit, as far as we're concerned, and 

Eut into it even greater profit possi- 
ilities for you. 

Make up an order from this Cata- 
logue, and, if you've never bought 
here before, we'll prepay freight 
charges on it. 

We're going to do our part to make 
you understand how much money- 
saving it means to buy from us at our 
always-lower prices for the same 
goods— we're going to bring a trial 
order of our goods right to your door, 
free of carrying charges, to let you 
f^t a real, proper conception of what 
splendid merchandise we offer at 
these underselling prices. 



How to Open a Credit Account. 

When mailing first order, mention names of whole- 
sale houses with which you now have credit. 



To Merchants Who Cannot 
Furnish References, 

or who prefer to pay cash, we suggest that checks 
sent in .payment, or as deposits on C. O. D., be 
certified, if possible, in order to hasten shipments. 
Permit us to remind you that the only safe ways 
of sending currency are by registered mail or 
express. 

Should cash be sent in excess of your purchase, 
we will refund the balance. 

If you need goods in special haste by express at 
mail rates, add charges at the rate of one cent per 



Our Terms are Net Cash — 30 Days 

to merchants who furnish references. One price 
strictly to all — no deviation to anyone — and that 
price lower than other wholesalers. No discounts, 
no dating. These terms are part of our well I'e- 
fined system of saving money for oir custome s. 



Wholesale — to Merchants Only. 

If our Catalogue, by accident, should fall into i he 
hands of a consumer, we would like to be informed 
so that we can guard against a repetition of the oc- 
currence. Our Catalogues are never intentionally 
mailed to anyone but merchants. We sell only to 
merchants, only at wholesale, and under no circum- 
stances vrill we sell goods to a consumer, let the order 
be ever so large. 



SOME STRONG BANK ENDORSEMENTS. 

IWERCHANTS in general are fully cognizant of our responsibility for all statements and representations 
^** we make, but in order that those about to deal with us for the first time may be fully assured. 
we present herewith letters from conservative and important banks in Baltimore, and also refer, 
by permission, to the Park National Bank, and Mercantile National Bank, of New York City. 



Capital, 

tuooo.ooo. 



Surplus and Profits, 

$1,800,000. 



CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. 

Baltimore. Md., Jan. 14, 1904, 
To Whom it May Concern: 

We are now, and have been, doine: business 
writh the Baltimore Bargain House for several 
years, and our experience with that house 
leads us to believe it to be fully responsible 
for any statement it may make. The last 
statement given to us by it indicates a net 
worth of one million dollars. We will take 
pleasure in saying that we believe it to be 
deserving of confidence. 

Yours respectfully. 

JOHN S. GIBBS. President 



Office of the 
NATIONAL HOWARD BANK. 

Baltimore. Md.. Jan. 14, 1904. 
To Whom it May Concern: 

Our business relations with the Balti- 
more Bargain House for many years place us 
in a position to say that it is perfectly re- 
liable and responsible for any representation 
it may make. Its last statement to us shows 
it to be worth over one million dollars. It is 
one of the largest and most progressive 
wholesale houses in the United States, and 
its extraordinary success is, no doubt, due 
to its honest dealings and its unusually low 
prices. We can recommend it to any dealer 
contemplating doing business with it. 
Yours respectfully. 
' WM. H. ROBERTS. Cashier. 



Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus. $655,230 

Office of the 

NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK. 

Baltimore. Md., Jan. 14. 1904. 
To Whom it May Concern: 

The Baltimore Bargain House is now, and 

has been' for some time, a depositor at our 

bank. We regard it as being a responsible 

and reliable wholesale house, and entitled to 

full confidence. Its last statement indicates 

a worth of over one million dollars. 

Yours respectfully, 

THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE 

BANK OF BALTIMORE. 

R. Vinton Lansdale, Cashier. 



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CLOTHING. 



IMPORTANT INFORMATION. 

Keep firmly in mind that elusive qual- 
ity known as style, in buying Clothing. 
Think of it when comnaring our goods ' 
with the products of other factories. 

Our concave shoulder and close-fitting 
collar are important style features — 
our method of padding and staying the 
shoulders of our Coats make them more 
salable and more satisfactory to the 
wearer. 

All Pants made by us have the con- 
tinuous or French waistband — same as 
used by the best merchant-tailors. 

SCALE OF Sizes. 

Our Men's Suits are cut in sizes which years o 
calculation and experience have proved to be in 
greatest demand by the trade. All suits are. 
therefore, produced in the sizes and with the 
Pants mentioned in the following scale. Under 
no circumstances can we furnish different vi^as~ 
ttrctnents. Suits in "extra sizes" will be found 
under a separate heading on another page. 

Table of sizes showing range of Coats and Vests 
with the Pants that accompany them; 



Coat and 
Vest. 

34 30-32, 

35 32-31, 

"^ ■( 33-32 

,7 1 33-33, 

"' "134-33, 



Pants, 



31-31 
31-32 
32-33 

34-32 
33-34 



Coat and r> , 

Vest. P^"'=- 

I 34-34. 35-33 
■ / 36-32. 34-35 

39 36-34 

40 3S-32. 38-33 

42 40-32, 40-33 



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MEN'S SUITS. 




86418E, $3.00 Suit. 

86407E — Sack suit of union cassi- 
mere, dark Oxford mi.xture, with 
broken stripes in green and gray 
alternating. Don't hesitate about 
ordering this number.. per suit, $2.35 

864I8E — Sack suit of cassimere, 
dark gray Oxford mixture, with 
very faint Nubyam stripes in 
gold and olive, satin piped fa- 
cings per suit, 3.00 



Men's Suits— Continued. 

86424E — Sack suit of wool cassi- 
mere, dark blue effect, having a 
visible mixture of garnet and 
olive, satin piped facings.. suit, $3.15 

864 28E — As above, in double- 
breasted sack suit per suit, 3.40 

81503E — Sack suit of tricot long, 
dark Oxford mixture, surprisingly 
well made and trimmed. We 
have made preparations to sell 
thousands of this suit. . .per suit, 3.50 

86478E— Sack suit of Scotch tweed 
cheviot, in seal brown, interwoven 
with combination mixture of 
strands of various colors and 
sizes; very stylish per suit, 4.50 

86482E — As above, but double- 
breasted style per suit, 4.75 

8656 2E — Sack suit of wool cheviot, 
in stunning tweed effect; the 
ground is black, while the mix- 
ture is gray and gold with me- 
dium-size mohair dots in garnet. 
Put it beside the drummer's $6.50 
number and the order will come 
to us per suit, 5.00 

8655 2E — Sack suit of wool worsted, 
very rich and serviceable stripe 

Eattern, dark ground, with neat 
lue, olive, and garnet stripes. 
No better suit is being sold under 
$8.00 per suit, 6.00 

86585E — Sack suit of wool mercer- 
ized worsted, in black, interwoven 
with tiny silk threads in gray, and 
having a plaid in brown that is al- 
most invisible. The five patterns 
represented here are all "win- 
ners," and are going to be the 
correct style this fall. ..per suit, 7.00 

86623E — Sack suit of all-wool 
worsted, brown mixture goods 
enlivened by a corded gray and 
black silk stripe and overplaid in 
olive per suit, 8.50 

86638E — Sack suit of all-wool 
worsted, dark ground, having an 
overplaid of white, garnet, and 
blue twisted tereads that imparts 
distinction to it per suit, 9.50 

MEN'S SUITS OF "ARMY 

AND NAVY" HEAVY FLANNEL. 




Every suit of this splendid ma- 
terial is marked with a label which 
protects you and your customers. 
Where a blue uniform is required 
we cannot recommend these goods 
too highly for thoroughly satisfac- 
toi-y wear. 

84560E — Round sack suit of "Army 
and Navy" indigo blue flannel, 
coat and vest made with eyelet 
holes and shank buttons, pockets 
reinforced; thorough tailoring 
marks every portion of this suit, 

per suit, 5.50 

84561 E — Same as above, in square- 
cut sack per suit, 5.50 

84562E — Same as above, in double- 
breasted per suit, 6.00 



YOUTHS' SUITS. 

8631 8E— Sack suit of wool cassi- 
mere, in dark blue, having a visi- 
ble stripe in garnet and olive, 
satin piped facings. . ..per suit, $2.90 

MEN'S PANTS. 

84I00E — Fancy cotton worsted, 
black ground, with very promi- 
nent gray stripes per pair, .55 

86 1 1 7E — F a n c y union cassimere, 
dark Oxford mixture, with broken 
stripes in green and gray alter- 
nating per pair, .75 

84200E — Wool cassimere, dark 
ground, very stylish and salable 
stripe pattern; an unusual value, 

per pair, .85 

86135E — Fancy cheviot, black 
ground, with a mixture of gray 
and brown threads per pair, 1.05 

86I42E — Wool cassimere, in deep 
dark blue, with an Oxford mix- 
ture, and having a visible mixture 
stripe of garnet and olive, pair, 1.05 

86I45E — Wool cassimere, in black, 
with an indistinct mixture stripe 
of garnet and olive. By our 
metTiods of manufacturing these 
cost yoii_only per pair, 1.15 

8 6 1 6 7 E - 

Wool cassi- 
mere, black 
ground, in- 
tersected 
with numer- 
o u s pin 
s t r ' p e s in 
gray. Some 
manufactur- 
ers think 
them so 
good they 
ask $2. 00 for 
them ; cur 
price, 

per pair, 1.25 

8 6 I 8 9 E — 

Fancy chev- 
i o t , Scotch 
tweed effect, 
having a 
mixture o f 
black and 
gray woven 
so as to pro- 
duce a neat 
black stripe; 
the pattern 
also has a 
tinge of 
olive, pair, 1.50 




86167E, $1.25 Pair. 



YOUTHS' PANTS. 

86070E — Wool cassimere, in deep 
dark blue, with an Oxford mix- 
ture, and having a visible mixture 
stripe of garnet and olive. . .pair, .95 



YOU CAN OFTEN LEAVE 
SELECTION OF GOODS TO US 
WITH PROFIT TO YOURSELF. 



Walnut Bottom, Pa., June 1, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — Goods arrived yester- 
day. Will say that they are all 0. K. 
and are pleased with the entire lot. 
Thanks for your selection. 
Yours truly, 

ZINN & CO. 



B. B. H. Clothing is cut properly, tailored properly and priced properly. 



MEN'S OVERCOATS. 

Sizes SJt to 42. 

81866E — Overcoat of black beaver, 
made with velvet collar and trim- 
med with piped facings, cut full 
and roomy, length 42 inches ; try 
to duplicate it at less than $3.75; 
our bargain price each, $2.73 

81868E — Same as above, but in 
dark blue each, 2.75 

YOUTHS' OVERCOATS. 

All our youths' overcoats are cut 
single-h reasted. 

81962E — Overcoat of dark blue 
beaver, velvet collar, lined with 
heavy twill each, 2.50 

81963E — Same as above, but in 
black each, 2.50 

BOYS' DOUBLE-BREASTED SU/TS. 

All coats in children's suits are 
made with a stiff front properly 
worked, and will always retain their 
Ehape. 

86709E — Double-breasted suit of 
good wash melton, dark brown 
goods, with a mixture of gray, 
enlivened by a broken overplaid 
in olive, ages 6 to 14 per suit, 1.05 

86709XE— Same as above, ages 9 
to 15 per suit, 1.15 

86725E — Double-breasted Buitof 
cassimere, salt and pepper mix- 
ture goods, in dark olive, ages 8 
to 16 per suit, 1 .35 

86734E — 
Doubl e- 
breas ted 
suit of 
fancy cas- 
simere, in 
dark brown 
Oxford 
mixture, 
having 
gold and 
gray 
stripes, 
ages 8 to 
16... suit, 1.50 
86755E — 
Dou ble- 
b r e a s ted 
suit of 
wool cassi- 
mere, dark 
blue effect 
ground , 
86734E, S1.50 Suit. having a 
visible threefold stripe of olive 
and garnet; ages 8 to 16 suit, 1.65 

86758E — Double-breasted suit of 
dark brown cassimere, tinged 
with olive and having alternate 
stripes of olive and gray. These 
goods make up into very manly 
suits for the little fellows; ages 8 
to 16 per suit, 1.75 

86773E— Double-breasted suit of 
wool cassimere, in dark brown, 
spotted all over in olive and gray 
and having veiy faint green and 
garnet Nubyarns, ages 8 to 16, 

per suit, 2.00 

86870E — Single-breasted 3-piece 
suit of wool cassimere, dark blue, 
with an Oxford mixture and hav- 
ing a threefold stripe— one in gar- 
net and two in olive; ages 10 to 16, 

per suit, 2.15 




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Boys' Douhle-Breasietl Suits— Cont'd. 

86785 E — Double-breasted suit of 
wool kersey, in black, with a 
corded stripe of self-color and 
broken pin stripes in gray and 
olive, ages 8 to 16 per suit, $2.25 




86793E. S2.50 Suit. 

86793E — Double-breasted suit of 
fancy wool cassimere, black 
ground, with garnet and gold 
mixture Nubyarn stripes alter- 
nating with a brown stripe, and 
overi'unning this is a double sti-ipe 
of olive, ages 9 to 16. . .per suit, 2.50 

86852E — Round sack long pants 
suit of wool cassimere, in dark 
blue Oxford effect,havmg a visible 
mixture stripe of garnet and ol ive ; 
ages 12 and 13 only per suit, 2.65 

CHILDREN'S BLOUSE SUITS. 

86824E— Blouse suit of fancy wool 
cassimere, fine quality, in dark 
blue Oxford effect, and having a 
visible mixture stripe of garnet 
and olive, trimmed with black silk 
binding and narrow soutache 
braid on collar and down front, 
emblem embroidered on sleeve, 
and with patent leather belt ; 
ages 4 to 8 per suit, 1.75 

KNEE PANTS. 

84002E— Knee pants of union mel- 
ton, in dark brown, with gray 
checks and red striped overplaid; 
ages 6 to 14 per doz., 2.25 

84002XE — Same as above, ages 9 
to 15 per doz., 2.50 

86007E — Fancy wool cassimere, 
assorted patterns ; ages 6 to 14, 

per doz., 3.50 

86007XE— Same as above, ages 10 
to 16 per doz., 4.00 

8601 2E— Knee pants of wool ker- 
sey, in black, with a corded stripe, 
having broken pinstripes, neatly 
assorted, ages 10 to 16, per doz., 6.00 



HATS and CAPS. 




68772E — Stylish pan dip shape for 
men, made of wool felt, in black , 

per doz., $4.00 

68773E — Same shape as above, but 
in brown per doz., 4.00 



THE STRONGEST 

DOLLAR HAT MADE. 



68440E— Men's Saxony wool felt 
hat, "Anchor" brand, in black, 
6}i-inch crown, 4-inch black flat 
raw edge brim, sizes 6 J^ to 7M, K 
d.zen in box; mention sizes 
wanted when ordering, 

per doz. , $7.90 

68441 E — Same as above, but in 
light tan per doz., $7.90 



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62I70E-Men's black fur feltdress 
shape, H dozen to box, sizGS 6M 
toT^i per doz., 7.90 

i 621 71 E— Same shape as above, but 
in brown per doz., 7.90 



PLEASED WITH OUR 

GOODS AND PRICES. 



Camden, Ala., July 31, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — I was highly pleased 
with your goods and more so with 
your prices. You can rest assured 
that when in need again you will hear 
from me. Yours truly, 

R. L. HAWTHORNE. 




62195E — The "Port" shape, in 
black or brown; please mention 
color wanted when ordering, 

per doz., 10.50 




62174E— The "Spaulding," a new 
design, vei-y nobby shape, black 
and gray per doz., 13.50 



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The Christmas spirit coaxes many hidden dollars out into the light. 



dew Fall Styles In the 

" WALDORF. AMERIOAM" 

SOFT HATS. 

One in box. 
A reproduction of Stetson's 
Broadway shape, the leader of all 
popular priced hats. We challenge 
comparison with the average $13.50 
grade sold by exclusive houses. We 
are anxious to submit sample for 
comparison, if you'll write for it. 
Sizes m to 7%. 




62220E— "Waldorf," in black, 

per doz., $10.50 
62221 E— As above, but in brown, 

per doz., 10.50 
62225E— As above, but in silver 

gray per doz., 10.50 

62225SE— As above, but in steel, 

per doz., 10.50 




62226E — The "Portsmouth," in 
black, a very smart hat for young 
and middle-aged men, issued in 
September, G'U to Ih, per doz., 10.50 

62227E^Same as above, in Russian 
tan color per doz., 10-50 

62228E — Same shape as above, in 
Japo gray per doz., 10.50 



A Hew Feature— 

A TRAVEUMG HAT CASE 

Free With Each Hat. 

Has neat label on each box for 
your customer's name and address. 




61267E — The English derby for 
men, in black, 5K-inch crown, 
2/i-mch brim, a proportion that 
will look well on the average 
built man; every hat packed in a 
traveling hat case; sizes 6% to 
TH per doz., $11.00 

61268E — Same shape as above, but 
in London brown, per doz. , $11.00 



SAPS. 




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69688E — Black sateen shop caps 
for men, 2 dozen to box, sizes 6M 
tolK per doz., $0.30 




64500E— Men's and boys' Windsor 
shape winter cap, sliding earband; 
state whether men's or boys' 
.sizes are wanted per doz., 



.85 




68801E. S1.25 Doz. 



6 8 8 I E— 
B o y s' or 
y o u t hs' 
black wool 
(Italian) 
crush hats, 
per doz., 1.25 



Caps— Continued. 




61790E— Children's patent leather 
Tam caps, right up to date, 

per doz., $2.00 




645 18E — Kersey and beaver caps 
for men, made of odd and end 
pieces, cloths that were used for 
$3.50 and $4.00 grades, double 
padded velvet earbands , 1 dozen 
to box, sizes 6?i to 7?s, per doz., 2 

64435E — As above, but in boys'. 

per doz., 2.10 



10 




6I339E — Men's and boys' fancy 
yacht caps, made of all-wool cas- 
simere, satin lined, black leather- 
ette bill ; when ordering, state 
whether men's or boys' are 
wanted per doz., 1 

64524E— 
Men's 
Klon- 
dike 
shape, 
made 
of cor- 
duroy, 
inside 
c a r - 
band, 
per 
doz., 1, 

64426E- 
S a m e 
style 
as above, but in boys', per doz., 1. 




6452.S1'; — Men's and Buys' plush 
caps, combination double ear- 
bands. State whether men's or 
boys' sizes are wanted when or- 
dering per doz. , 2. 



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69624E - The "Pawtucket" golf 
shape for men, made of brown 
and olive fancy cheviot, goods 
that are generally put in $4.00 
grades, no less than dozen sold, 

per doz., 2.00 

69988E— Same as above, but in 
boys' sizes per doz., 2.00 




6I789E— The 'Tolly Jones" cap, 
for misses and girls, made of 
Ottoman silk, assorted colors; 
this shape is something entirely 
differentfrom anjrthingevershowTi 
and will create large sales for you, 

per doz., 4.00 




6I390E— The "Komura" cap, for 
men, made of brown mixture 
cassimere; this is an entirely new 
block, and made with French can- 
vas frame— not pasteboard; war- 
ranted to retain its shape; it's a 
cap that's made much better than 
the average $4.50 grade, H dozen 
in box per doz., 4. 

61398E — Same as above, in blue, 

per doz. , 4.00 



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We're noted for the promptness of our shipments. 



SHOES. 

MEM'S SHOES. 




B4I05E— Men's first quality heavy 
split Bals., solid, standard screw, 
tap sole, sizes 6 to 12; big value; 

per pair, $1.00 




B2901E — Men's tiger calf Bals., 
perforated vamp, all solid, with 
sole leather counter, London toe 
tip, sizes 6 to 11; on this shoe we 
save you 15c a pair per pair, 1 .00 




B3000E— Men's patent leather 
Blucher Bals. ; right down to the 
minute for style; sizes 6 to 11, 

per pair, 1.30 



Men's Shoes-Continued. 




B3600E. $1.60 Pair. B3606E. $1.60 Pair. 

B3600E — Men's guaranteed patent 
colt Blucher Bals.; one of the 
plums of our "Expansion" line; 
sizes 6 to 11 per pair, $1 .60 

B3606E — Men' svelour calf Blucher 
Bals. ; another plum from the cele- 
brated "Expjmsion" line; sizes 6 
to 10 per pair, 1.60 




B3812E. $1.60 Pair. 

B3812E— Men's 
kangaroo grain 
Slucher, extra 
high cut; big 
value; sizes 6 to 
11. ...per pair, 1.60 

B2700E— Men's 
guaranteed 
patent colt Blu- 
c h e r Bals., 
heavy sole, 
Goodyear hand- 
sewed, dull mat 
calf top; very 
swell; sizes 5 to 
10. . ..per pair, 2.10 

B2700E, $2.10 Pair. 

BOYS' SHOES, 




SAVED 25 PER CENT. BY 

BUYING HIS SHOES HERE. 



'05. 



Detroit, Ky., July 17, 
Baltimore Bargain House : 

Gentlemen— Your shoes were the 
best values I ever handled. I figure 
I saved 25c on each pair by buying 
from you. Yours truly, 

J. W. HUTCHINSON. 




B3206E — Boys' satin calf Bals., 
solid, sizes 3 to 5^-^ per pair, .87^4 

B3207E— Same as B3206E, in sizes 
13to2K per pair, .85 



LADIES' SHOES. 




B1600E— Women's kangaroo grain 
tip polish, solid; enough said; sizes 
3 to 8 per pair, $0.80 

B1505E — Women's kangaroo grain 
Blucher polish, all solid leather, 
patent leather tip; sizes 3 to 8, 

per pair, 1.00 




B900E - Women's vici kid polish, ?f 
fox, patent tip, solid leather; our 
guarantee for service with every 
pair ; sizes 2K to 8 per pair, 1 .00 




B918E— Women's vici kid polish, 
patent leather tip; the ' 'Dolly 
Bloome" shoe, guaranteed for 
service; sizes 2}i to 8. . .per pair, 1 

B910E— Women's patent colt Blu- 
cher polish; one of our "Peggy 
Stewart" plums; sizes^2K to 8, 

per pair, 1 



.20 



.25 



PRAISES OUR SHOE BARGAINS. 



Halewood, N. C, July 24, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House : 

Gentlemen — Received our shoes 
from you and really believe they are 
the best bargains we ever saw. We 
are more than pleased with them. 
Yours tiiily, 

SILVER BROS. 



Any traveling salesman claiming to represent us is a fraud and a swindler. 



LADIES' PATTERN HATS. 

One hat to box. 




M50E— Hand-made V el vet hat, 
rolled brim, draped with shirred 
silk and trimmed with colored 
f .mcy bird, velvet straps at back, 
finished with small gilt buckle; 
coloi's: black, brown, navy, cas- 
tor, and reseda each, $1 



50 




Ladiea' Pattern Hats— Continued. 




MIOOE — Large hand-made turban, 
rolled high on side, drooped back, 
of velvet and fancy braid, 
trimmed with hackle-breast and 
finished with small gilt ornaments ; 
colors: black, brown, navy, car- 
dinal, and green each, 2.00 




M206E— Stylish hand-made turban, 
of velvet and fancy braid, 
trimmed with lace medallions, 
steel ornament and fancy feather; 
colors: black, brown, navy, and 



M603E — Polo turban, entirely new, 
made of silk velvet, fancy crown 
finished with silk covered buttons, 
trimmed at side with hackle- 
breast pompon, entire edge of 
brim made of tucked silk; colors: 
black, brown, navy, and cardinal, 

each, $3.00 




M1600E — Continental turban, en- 
tirely new, made of paon velvet 
and shirred silk, edge of brim 
made of fancy silk chenille, 
trimmed high on side with large 
colored wings; colors: black, 
brown, and navy - .each, 3.50 




MIOOOE— Paon silk velvet hat, 
large shape, turned up high at 
back, crown draped with paon 
velvet in contrasting shade and 
trimmed with large fancy feather, 
back of hat trimmed with silk 
ribbon bow and small steel orna- 
ment, one of the best shapes of 
the season; colors: black, brown. 



green each, 2.50 I navy, and green each, 4.50 




3o05E, S1.8IJ Each. 




3S09E. $2.10 Each. 



LADIES' 
JACKETS. 

Sizes 32 to 1,2. 

3 5 5 E — 24 
inches long, 
d o u b 1 e- 
breasted 
front, tight 
fittingback, 
i m i t a t ion 
collar fin- 
ished with 
velvet pip- 
ing and 4 
rowsof nar- 
row braid, 
cloth f a c - 
i n g, bound 
seams, 
black only, 
each, $1.80 

3 5 9 E - 25 
inches long, 
nice quality 
beaver 
jacket, imi- 
tation collar 
trim med 
with 2 rows 
of stitching 
and black 
piping, fit- 
tedlack fin- 
ished with 
belt, plain 
s 1 e e V es , 
double- 
breasted 
front, wide 
cloth fac- 
ing, entire 
bottom fin- 



ished with 5 rows of stitching; colors: 
black, brown, and navy... each, $2.10 
3 5 2 5 E — 24 
inches long, 
made of 
nice quality 
kersey, imi- 
tation c o 1 - 
lar finished 
with 4 rows 
of s t i t c h- 
ing, double- 
breasted 
front, semi- 
fitted back, 
turnover 
cuffs, b o t - 
tom of gar- 
m e n t fin- 
ished with 3 
rows of 
stitching, 
lined 

352SE. $3.25 Each. throughout 

with mercerized lining; colors: olack 
and castor each, $3.25 




MR. 



FLEETWOOD 

ENDORSES OUR MOTTO. 



Cannon, Del., April 14, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — I am glad to say that 
your goods opened up all O. K. , and 
I think your house is the place to go 
to get "More Goods for Same Money 
and Same Goods for Less Money." 
You will receive the largest part of 
my patronage. 

Yours truly, R. J. FLEETWOOD. 



No house has better shipping facilities than we. 



Ladles' Jacketa 




8539E. $4.20 Each. 




3546E, $5.50 Each. 




3554E. $7.50 Each. 



Continued. 

3539E— 24 

inches long, 
made of 
good qual- 
ity kersey, 
double- 
breasted 
front, semi- 
fitted back, 
t r i m m e d 
with cloth 
straps 
across 
shoulder, 
plain 
sleeveswith 
turnover 
cuflfs, lined 
with mer- 
cerized hn- 
ing, tan only 
each, $4.20 
3 5 4 6 E - ?4 
jacket, 36 
inches long, 
made of 
good qual- 
ity black 
kersey, 
semi-fitted 
back, trim- 
med with 3 
wide kersey 
straps, 
double- 
breasted 
front, side 
pockets, 
newsleeves, 
lined to 
waist with 
good m e r - 
cerized lin- 
ing; black 
only, 
each, $5.50 

3554E— K 
coat 42 
inches long, 
made of fine 
quality ker- 
sey, imita- 
tion collar 
t r i m m e d 
with velvet 
and narrow 
braid, dou- 
b 1 e-breast- 
ed front, 
semi-fittet. 
back trim 
med with 
belt, 3 small 
kersey 
straps 
across 
shoulder, 
side pock- 
ets, new 
plaited 
sleeves 
trimmed 
with velvet 
at cuffs, 
yoke lined 



with satin; tan only . . each, $7.50 



Lytle, Ala., July 5, '05. 
Balti'Tiore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — Your goods and prices 
were all O. K. Thanking you for 
your prompt shipment, we remain 
Yours respectfully, 

DUNN & HANKS. 




3634E. 9oc Each. 



364IE, $1.50 Each. 



3634E — Brown hare scarf, trimmed 
with 3 fur tails on each end, fastened 
at neck with hook and chain, each, 95c 

3 6 4 1 E —Necktie 
scarf of good 
quality black 
French coney 
fur, lined with 
black satin, 
trimmed at ends 
with chenille 
fringe, fastened 
with hook and 
eye, each, $1.50 



3646E — Fancy 
necktie scarf of 
good black 
sheared coney 
fur with 2 rows 
of white coney 
insertion at 
ends, lined with 
good black satin, 
fastened at neck 
with hook and 
eye . . each, $1.75 




3646E. $1.75 Each. 



3653E. $2.25 Each. 3658E. $3.00 Each. 

3653E— Blended muskrat scarf, flat 
necktie shape, lined with brown satin, 
fastened at neck with hook and eye, 
chenille fringe at ends. . . .each, $2.25 
3658E— Fancy shape necktie scarf of 
good quality blended muskrat, fin- 
ished with 2 brown stripes, fastens at 
neck with hook 
and ej;e, trim- 
med with chen- 
i 1 1 e ornament, 
tabs lined with 
good brown 
satin, finished 
at ends with 
chenille fringe, 
each, $3.00 
3660E-G ray 
squirrel scarf, 
flat necktie 
shape, lined with 
good quality 
gray satin, fas- 
tens at neck 
with hook and 
eye, tabs trim- 
med with chen- 
ille fringe, 
3660E, $3.75 Each. each, $3.75 




LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS. Waist, 2i to 28 inches: length. S9 to U inches. 




3409E, $1.08 Each. 



3403 E— Fancy 
striped skirt- 
ing, full 
width, in- 
verted plait 
back, double 
s t i t c h e d 
seams, front 
and side 
gores trim- 
med at bot- 
tom and top 
with 3 rows 
of black 
braid ; as- 
sortedstriped 
patterns, 
each, 90c 

3409E— Nice 
quality skirt- 
ing, full 
width, in- 
verted plait 
back, seams 
doubled 
stitched, 
trimmed at 
bottom with 
small plaits 
and straps, 
light gray 
only, 

each, $1.08 




3414E. $1.50 Each. 



3410E — Walk- 
ing skirt, me- 
dium weight 
skirting, full 
vridth, invert- 
ed plait back, 
entire body 
neatly em- 
broidered and 
trimmed with 
3 r o w s of 
cording, dou- 
ble stitched 
seams ; Ox- 
ford only, 
each, $1.25 

341 4E — Good 
quality mel- 
ton, full 
width, in- 
verted plait 
back, sides 
trimmed with 
cloth straps 
and 3 narrow 
sateen straps 
in neat de- 
sign, seams 
double stitch- 
ed, black and 
navy only. 
each, $1.50 



Business is a battle and bargains make great bullets. 



Ladles' Oress Skirls- Continued. 

3424E- Walk- 
ing skirt, of 
m p d i u m 
weight slcirt- 
ing, good 
quality, full 
width, flare 
bottom, front 
finished with 
4 plaits on 
each side, 
bound seams, 
well made 
and perfect 
fit, Oxford 
and cadet, 
each, $1.75 

34.34E— Walk- 
ing skirt, of 
good quality 
striped shirt- 
ing, full 
width, in- 
verted plait 
back, gores 
trimmed with 
covered but- 
tons and 
cording and 
finished with 
plaits at bot- 
tom, seams 
double stitch- 
ed, very 
showy; blue 




*^»' 



3434E, $2.2.5 Each. 

crd'srownstripedpatterns, each, $2.25 

3446E - All- 
wool serge, 
full width, in- 
verted plait 
[back,27-gore, 
each gore 
finished with 
small plait 
at bottom, 
bound seams, 
strictly tailor 
made; black, 
navy and 
brown, 
each, $2.90 

3452E— Walk- 
ing skirt of 
fine quality 
serge, full 
width, in- 
verted plait 
back, front 
and sides 
trimmed with 
covered but- 
tons and fin- 
ished with 
small plaits, 
strictly tailor 
made, black 
only, 

34.52E, $3.50 Each. each, $3.50 




VERY MUCH PLEASED. 



Jasper, Fla., March 21, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen— I am very much pleased 
•,vith the goods I am just opening up 
from your houso. The quality of the 
goods is right, and the prices are also 
right. I will give you more orders 
soon. Yours truly, 

H. M. TULIN. 



HOSIERY. 



MEM'S GRAY MIXED HALF HOSE. 

1 dozen to bundle, assorted sizes. 




5950E— Blue and white mixed, full 
seamless heel, patent toe and 
white ribbed top per doz., $0. 

5705E — Assorted blue and brown 
mixed, weight 2% pounds to 
dozen, seamless, white heels, 
toes, and tops; the heaviest 75c 
sock on the market per doz. , . 

MEN'S BLACK HALF HOSE. 

Sizes 9M to llhi. 

5I09E — Knit in 
fine gauge, good 
weight, ribbed 
top, seamless 
foot, 1 dozen in 
bundle., per doz., . 

5118E— 2-thread 
140-needle knit, 
ribbed top, 3- 
thread heel and 
toe, 1 dozen in 
box .... per doz. , . 

513 E — Superior 
Maco yam, lisle 
finish, guaran- 
teed 2-thread, 
176-needle knit, fine gauge, corru- 
gated heel which insures a wide 
instep, 1 dozen in box. .per doz., 1, 

MEN'S FANCY HALF HOSE. 

Sizes 9K to 11, 



40 



75 




40 



75 



15 




5aoO-2E. eSc Doz. 5202-lE. 75c Doz. 

5200-2E-Blue, red,andslateground, 
with black fig-ures, patent toe, 
sewed on ribbed top, 1 dozen in 
box per doz. , , 

5202=1E — Blue and red ground, 
with white and black figures, 
seamless foot and knit top, 1 dozen 
in box per doz. , . 

5207E — Tan color ground, with red, 
white, and blue silk embroidered 
zigzag stripes, seamless, 1 dozen 
in box per doz. , - 

5260=SE— Yale blue ground, with 
red and white cross stripes, extra 
fine gauge, no seams, fine rib top, 
1 dozen in box per doz. , 1 

5745E — Fast blsck ground, with 
burnt orange, sage green, and 
purple silk embroidered stripes, 
double sole, extra fine gauge, no 
seams, H dozen in box, per doz., 2, 



65 



75 



85 



10 




LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSE. 

Sizes 8 to 9h . 
5354E — Fast black, seamless heel, 
patent toe per doz., $0.45 

5 6 5 E — Fast black, weight 1' 2 
pounds to dozen, seamless, double 
heel and toe, elastic welt, 1 dozen 

in box, per doz., .63 

510E - Extra fine 
gauge, guaran- 
teed fast black, 
weight 1 pound 
8 ounces, seam- 
less, double heel 
and toe, 1 dozen 
to box.. per doz., .75 

5368E-Spliced 

heel and toe, full 

seamless, w a r- 

ranted fast 

black, heavy 

weight elastic 

welt, 1 dozen in 

610E, 75c Doz. l^ox. . . .per doz., .85 

5385E — The celebrated Burson 

"No-Seam" hose, fast black, fin; 

gauge, elastic leg and top, 1 dozen 

in box per doz., 1.35 

5389E— Fine gauge Burson 
"No-Seam" hose, Vicuna fast 
black, no seams, high spliced 
heel and toe, double sole, wide 
welt, 1 dozen in box per doz., 2.00 

LADIES' FANCY HOSE. 

1 dozen in boi\ sizes S to 9)4. 
5472E — Seamless fancy hose, white 
dots and dashes on black ground, 
Vlcilna stainless dye per doz., .75 

5482E — Seam- 
less fancy hose, 
white diamond 
figures and dots 
on red, blue and 
tan ground, fine 
gauge, perdoz., .85 

5502E— Seam- 
less fancy hose, 
white figure 
patterns on 
fast black 
ground, extra 
fine gauge, 
wide welt, 
stainless dye, 

54S2E, 85c Doz. Pei' doz. ,1.15 

BOYS' AND OIRLS' 

BLACK RIB HOSE. 

503E— Fine rib, elastic wide welt 
top, full length, 1 dozen of a size in 
box. 

Sizes. Per doz. I Sizes. Per doz. Sizes. Per doz. 

6 ...$0.38 7K... $0.44 9 ...$0.50 
6K 40 8 46 9>2 52 

7 42|8« 48 

By the round— 1 dozen each size, 

6to9>^ perdoz., .45 

, 561 8 E- Warranted 

I ■ 2-thread lisle finish, 

; full seamless, fine rib, 

. 1 j plain foot, spliced heel 

f ( ! and toe, unexcelled 

' "^ I for wear, 1 dozen of a 

I size in box. 

1 




5618E. 



Si70=i Per doz. 

5 $0.52-; 
5>. .. .51)i 

6 .. .(>ZH 

&y. . .67^, 

7 .. .72M 


Sizes. 

7K... .77>^ 

8 ... .82K 
8K... .87M 

9 ... .92K 
9':... .97>i 


By the round- 
each size, 5 


-1 dozen 
to9H, 
jerdoz., .75 



8 



No one on the road has authority to take your orders for the B. B. H. 




MEM'S FALL AMD 

WINTER UMOERWEAR. 

5 I I E — 

Pink and 
white 
striped 
ribbed 
under- 
shirts, 
splendid 
we igh t 
for win- 
ter wear, 
1 dozen in 
box, as- 
BIOIB, $2.25 Doz. sorted 

sizes per doz., $2.25 

5101E— Drawers to match. . .doz., 2.25 

5231 E— Extra heavy fleece lined 
undershirts, covered seams, pearl 
buttons, the kind drummers 
charge .?4.50 per dozen for. We 
have this grade in the following 
colors: tan, gray mixed, blue 
mixed; please state color prefer- 
red; 3^ dozen in box, sizes 34 to 46, 

per doz., 4.20 

523IE— Drawers to match.. .doz., 4.20 

5 1 62E— 

Extra 
heavy 
double- 
breasted 
and dou- 
ble b ac k 
fleece 
lined un- 
dershirts, 
our cele- 
b r at ed 
"Linden 
Mills" 
5162E. $4.37% Doz. make, i n 

tan, gray mixed, and blue mixed ; 
state color wanted, K dozen in 
b3x, sizes 34 to 46 . . .per doz., 4.37}'2 

5162E— Drawers to match. . .doz., 4.00 

LADIES' FALL AMD 

WIMTER UMOERWEAR. 






519E. $2.25 Doz. 



52T7E, $400 Doz. 



5l8E-Cotton ribbed vests, fall 
weight, high taped neck and long 
sleeves, 1 dozen in box, sizes 4, 
5 and 6 per doz., 2.00 

519E— Cotton ribbed vests, un- 
bleached, weight 7H to 8 lbs. to 
dozen, fleeced, shaped at waist, 
rib tail, pearl buttons, 1 dozen in 
box, sizes 4, 5 and 6; the Isest 25c 
vest on the market per doz., 2.25 

5I9E — Pants to match . . . per doz., 2.25 

5277E — Extra heavy pure bleached 
vests, velvet fleece lined, silk 
finish, pearl buttons, M dozen in 
box, sizes 32 to 42. We also have 
this grade in tan and gray mixed; 
state color wanted per doz., 4.00 

5277E — Pants to match, per doz., 4.00 




BOYS' FLEECE LIMED UMOERWEAR. 

5272E— Extra 

heavy, white 

fleece lined, 

bound neck 

and front, 

covered 

seams, pearl 

buttons. We 

have this 

grade in tan, 

blue mixed, 

"""-^^ . . gray mixed, 

and com color; please state color 

wanted, }i dozen in box, sizes 24 

to 34 per doz., $2.10 

5272E — Drawers to match. . .doz., 2.10 
MEM'S MEGLIGEE SHIRTS. 
Sizes IJ, to IT. 




5006E — Fancy percale and madras 
stripes and figures on white and 
medium dark backgrounds, new 
designs, self-neckband, gathered 
back with yoke, pearl buttons, >i 
dozen in box per doz., 3.50 





00 



5015E. $3.00 Doz. 6020E. S4.25 Doz. 

5015E — White mercerized bosom, 
white striped, plain white body, 
soft laundered, pearl buttons, 
yoke, gathered back, }{ dozen in 

box, excellent value per doz., 3 

5020E — Fancy striped mercerized 
bosom, plain white muslin body, 
Sv/x'^JX,;^ perfect make, M 
"^ dozen in box, as- 
sorted sizes only, 

per doz., 4.25 

5 2 8 2 E — Fancy 
striped chambray, 
white stripes and 
figures on blue 
ground, splen- 
1 1« ... film ...... <« didlv made, de- 

^ •*■•■ "l^ ■■••'■ - taclied cuffs, }^ 
dozen in box, solid 
and assorted sizes, 

62S2E, S4.25 Doz. per doz. ,4.25 




An Extra Special Bargain 

In BOYS' SHIRTS. 

5 4 3 E — Fancy striped percale 
negligee shirts, good patterns, 
yoke, gathered back, pearl buttons, 

,. 1 dozen in box, sizes 12>i, 13, 13}4, 
and 14; the best value ever offered 
to retail at 25c or 30c; doz., $2.25 



MEM'S KMIT OVERSHIRTS. 




5900E, $3.00 Doz. 



6907E, $4.00 Doz. 



5900E — Heavy weight Jersey knit, 
blue and white striped pattern, 
attached collar and cuffs, button 
front, 1 dozen in package, sizes 

14>-2 to 17 per doz., $3.00 

5907E — Extra heavy Jersey knit, 
warm fleece lined, navy blue 
color, attached collar and cuffs, 
1 pocket, button 
front, M dozen in 
box, sizes 14M to 

17 per doz., 4.00 

5914DE — Double 
breasted Jersey 
knit, navy blue 
color, heavy 
fleece lined, at- 
tached collar 
and cuffs, button 
front, }i dozen 
in box, sizes 14K 
6914DE, $4.50 Doz. to 17, per doz., 4. 

MEM'S BLUE FLAMMEL 

OVERSHIRTS. 




.50 





5401E. 56.00 Doz. 5421E, $8.25 Doz. 

5401 E — Single-breasted, heavy 
navy blue flannel, attached col- 
lar and cuffs, pearl buttons, 1 
dozen in bundle, assorted sizes 
14>2 to 17 per doz., 6.00 

5421 E — Double breasted, all-wool 
navy blue flannel, yoke, large 
pearl buttons, extended n e c k - 
piece, lined collar, H dozen in box, 
assorted sizes 14^2 to 17, per doz., 8.25 

5409E — Single-breasted, all-wool 
royal blue flannel, yoke, pocket, 
pearl buttons on front and points 
of collar, felled seams, gusseted, 
}« dozen in box, assorted sizes, 

per doz., 8.50 



PRAI SES OU R SHIRTS. 

Middletown, Pa., Aug. 14, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — I have found the 
prices of your merchandise veiy 
reasonable, styles up to date and de- 
livery of goods very prompt. Your 
"Royal" and "Gold Medal" shirts 
are simply elegant, and they sell like 
" hot cakes." 

Yours respectfullv, 

R. FRIEDMAN. 



Our business system comes as near being perfect as anything yet devised., 



MEM'S WORKSHIRTS. 

1 dozen in package, assorted sizes 
Uli to 17. 




MEM'S GLOVES. 

1 dozen in box, assorted sizes. 
5 5 1 2E- 



T 



U 






550oE. $2.uu Doz. 



oSolE, J.J.Ou Doi, 



5 5 5 E— Chevioc workshirts, at- 
tached collar and cuffs, dark 
stripe patterns that will not show 
dirt per doz., $2.00 

5531E— Plain blue chambray work- 
shirts, attached collar and cuffs, 
pocket, well made; the best blue 
chambray shirt ever offered at the 
price per doz., 3.50 






MEM'S BLACK AMD WHITE 

STRIPE WORKSHIRTS. 

5586E— H e a V y 

standard drill, 
attached collar 
and cuffs, yoke, 
pocket, extended 
neckpiece, dou- 
ble stitched and 
gusseted, curved 
armholes; these 
shirts are full 
size, 1 dozen in 
bundle, assorted 
sizes lAH to 17, 
per doz., $4.00 




MEM'S AMD BOYS' SWEATERS. 

5608E - Very 
heavy sweat- 
er for men, in 
navy blue and 
red striped 
pattern, 
striped c o 1 - 
■ , . lar, K dozen 

Lj' '_J in box, sizes 

36 to 44, 

per doz., 4.20 

5679E - Same 
6608E, S4.20 Doz. as .5608E, but 

in boy's, sizes 28 to 34, per doz., 3.85 

BED BLAMKETS. 

When ordering-, please state color 
wanted. 




gloves, well made 



ZJ 




Heavy 
Canton 
flannel 
or can- 
V a s 
per doz., $0.70 

580E— 

Black 

=4^ ^' Jersey 
knit 
gloves, 

warm fleece lined; the best glove 
ever offered to sell at 10c or 15c; 

per doz., .85 

503E- 

Unlined 
mule - 
skin 
gloves, 
wide 

cuff, string fastener. . ..per doz., 2.25 
507E— 
Heavy 
fleece 
lined 
calfskin 
gloves, 

warranted chrome tan fireproof, 
extra well made, strmg fastener, 

per doz., 4.00 

557CE— 
Gray 
unlined 
hogskin 
gloves, 
storm- 
proof, wide band with string fast- 
ener on wrist, splendidly made and 
large sizes per doz., 4.00 

MEM'S LEATHER GAUMTLETS. 






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.25 



571 E— Gray unlined muleskin gaunt- 
lets, wide cuff and an excellent 
cheap glove per doz., 2 

522.''E— Heavy fleece lined calfskin 
gauntlets, warranted chrome tan 
fireproof, wide cuffs, splendidly 
made and one of our best sellers, 

per doz., 4.00 

BED COMFORTS. 



500E— 10-4, size 46x72, weight \H 
pounds, heavy striped borders; col- 
ors ; white, gray, and tan, pair, . 40 

5128E— 11-4, size 64x78, weight 3 
pounds, well fleeced, wide striped 
borders; colors: white, gray, and 
tan per pair, . 80 

5130E— 11-4, size 64x78, weight 4 
pounds, heavy fleece, wide blue 
and red striped borders; colors: 
white, gray, and tan. . .per pair, 1.00 




5300E— Single bed size, 40x69, fancy 
patterns on both sides, wool fill- 
ing, straight quilted, weight 47 
to 49 pounds per doz., 4.25 

5302E-Double bed size, 53x78, wool 
filling, fancy floral p after ns, 
straight quilted, weight 73 to 75 
pounds per doz. ,6.00 

5306E— Double bed size, 67x75, as- 
sorted chrysanthemum pattern on 
both sides, dark wool filling, 
straight quilted, weight 89 to 91 
pounds per doz., 9.00 



OVERALLS AND JUMPERS. 




Double Knee Band Overalls. 

5805AE —Apron 



The following numbers of men's 
overalls are made of heavy stand- 
ard denims and duck; full sizes, 
patented buttons, felled seams, and 
are, without question, the best value 
ever offered at the prices; packed 
1 dozen in bundle, assorted sizes 34 
to 42. We do 
not break 
dozens. 

595 E— Dou- 
ble knee 
band over- 
alls of blue 
den i m , 4 
pockets, 
perdoz., $4.25 

5 4 E — 
Black 
duck, dou- 
ble knee 
band over- 
a 1 1 s, 4 
pockets, 
per doz., 4.25 

overall, blue 
and white 
hickory 
stripe, 5 
pockets, 
per doz., 4.25 

5837AE- 
Apron 
overall 
of brown 
cckrduck, 
5 r ockets, 
per doz., 4.25 

5836AE — 
Apron 
overall 
of black 
duck, 5 
pockets. 

Men's Apron Overalls. Per doz., 4.25 

507AE— Apron overall of 260 blue 
denim, 3 pockets; the best seller 
in our line per doz. , 4.50 

504AE — Apron overall of blue den- 
im, opockets, ' 'Union Made, ' 'doz. , 5 .75 

5690E-Norfolk and Western Rail- 
road apron overall of blue denim, 
"Union Made," 7 pockets; the 
very best overall made, per doz., 8.25 

Note. — We can furnish jumpers 
to match any of the above overalls 
at same prices; packed 1 dozen in 
bundle, assorted sizes 36 to 44. 

YOUTHS' BIB OVERALLS. 

5335E — Youths' apron overalls, 
double and twist denim, 3-yard 
weight, 1 front, 1 rule and 1 hip 
pocket, faced side opening, 
strengthened crotch, cross 
stitched suspender buckle loop, 
patent riveted buttons, 1 dozen 
in package, assorted sizes 26 
to 32 per doz. , 3.50 

CHILDREM'S BROWMIE OVERALLS. 

1 dozen in bundle, assorted sizes. 

581 5AE— Apron front, blue drill, 
"Star" pattern, 1 pocket, sizes 4 
to 12 per doz., 2.C0 

500AE— Apron front, plain blue de- 
nim, 2 pockets, sizes 7 to 14, doz., 2.15 




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You owe it to yourself to investigate our claims to underselling. 



DRY GOODS, 



COTTON MOVELTY SUITINGS. 



PLAIN COLORED MOHAIRS. 




Elm wood — 28 inches wide, bookfold, 
Scotch effects, in blue, red, 
brown, and garnet, about 45-yard 
pieces per yard, $0 .07 

PLAIN COLORED SUITINGS. 

Plain Homespuns — In gray and 
blaclc, popular skirting goods, 36 
inches wide, about 35-yard jsieces, 

per yard, .16)2 

Plain Broadcloths — 26 inches wide, 
in cream, light blue, pink, red, 
medium green, dark green, gar- 
net, royal blue and navy blue; the 
newest creation in cotton goods, 
very stylish, about 35-yard pieces, 

per yard, . 1 9 

Plain Poplins — 28 inches wide, every 
thread mercerized, in white, cream 
pink, light blue, gray, reseda, 
castor, red, garnet, brown, dark 
green, royal blue, navy blue, and 
black, about 35-yard pieces, yard, .25 

PLAIN COLORED CASHMERES 

AND HENRIETTAS. 




Creaii. ,Uoii.ii. 06 inches wide, 
about 50-yard pieces.. per yard, $0.25 

D4135E— Sicilian, 38 inches wide, 
in cream, navy blue, red, golden 
brown, medium green, and black, 
about 50-yard pieces, .per yard, .32M 

We ivill cut the following in 'pat- 
tern lengths to suit the trade: 

D350E — Mohair, 42 inches wide, 
in royal blue, dark brown and 
black per yard, .37J2 

EMBROIDERED 

SKIRTING FLANNELS. 

These goods are embroidered with 
all silk on a 36-inch nice quality 
wool cream white flannel. A popu- 
lar fabric for ladies and children. 
They come 9}{ yards to piece, and 
we do not cut pieces. 




DM — Cashmere, 32 inches wide, in 
gray, tan, brown, red, navy, gar- 
net, and black, about 50-yard 
pieces per yard, .16^ 

Colored Cashmeres — 30 inches wide, 
mercerized yarn, in white, cream, 
pink, light blue, gray, light green, 
castor, red, garnet, golden brown, 
dark green, royal blue, navy blue, 
and black, about 45-yard pieces, 

per yard, .18 

Colored Cashmeres — 36 inches wide, 
in light blue, pink, navy blue,.red, 
brown, green, garnet, royal blue, 
and black, about 50-yard pieces, 

per yard, .20 

FANCY WAISTINGS. 

0.345E — 27 inches wide, white hair- 
line striped patterns, in royal 
blue, navy blue, golden bi-own, 
dark green, red, and black, about 
35-yard pieces per yard, .I6K 

D386E— All-wool flannels, 25 inches 
wide, plain goods, with white Nub- 
yarn patterns; in pink, dark 
brown, royal blue, cadet blue, 
navy blue, and black, about 35- 
yai'd pieces per yard, ,25 

D186E— Mercerized waistings, 27 
inches wide, basket weave with 
medium ring patterns, in dark 
green, golden brown, navj' blue, 
and red; very stylish; about 16- 
yard pieces per yard, .37K 



D302E — 36 in. wide, hemstitched, 
with small floral pattern, yard, .42J^ 

D2186E— 36 in. wide, hemstitched, 
small floral pattern per yard, .50 

D2234E — 36 in. wide, hemstitched, 
small oval pattern per yard, .60 

DI786E — 36 in. wide, hemstitched, 
large vine pattern per yard, .75 

COLORED VELVETEENS. 

We will cut the following quali- 
ties in pattern lengths to s^l^t the 
trade: 

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AIDE — Colored velveteens, in 
white, cream, sky blue, turquoise, 
turkey red, light cardinal, light 
garnet, garnet, emerald, myrtle, 
navy blue, royal blue, gray and 
bro\vn, 18 inches wide, about 35- 
yard pieces per yard, . 22J4 

D4E— Silk faced velvet, 17 inches 
wide, in brown, violet, black, em- 
erald, white, light navy blue, 
pink, scarlet, cardinal, and light 
blue, about 35-yard pieces, yard, .35 




PLAIN STORM FLANNELS. 

Put up about 50 yards to piece. 

Albany— Good seller, in light blue, 
red, brown, and gray yard, $0.06 

Highland — E.xtra good weight and 
popular underskirt fabric, in solid 
blue, red, gray, and brown, 27 
inches wide per yard, .06}^ 

PLAIN WHITE FLANNELS. 

Put up about 35 yards to piece. 

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BKE~24 inches wide per yard, .12J^ 

QW06E— 3-4 wide per yard, .19 

DEE— 3-4 wide .per yard, .25 

UNBLEACHED 

CANTON FLANNELS. 

Put up about 50 yards to piece. 

These flannels are firm in con- 
struction and well napped; very 
salable goods. 





—25 inches wide, per yard, .03^ 
AAE — 25 inches wide. . .per yard, .05 

CE — 28 inches wide per yard, .07 

OUTING FLANNELS. 
Put up about 50 yards to piece. 




Eiderdown — Stripe, check, and 
plaid patterns, dark colors: blue, 
red, gray, green, and brown; good 
sellers per yard, .03^ 

Preston — Stripe and check pat- 
terns, light colors, cream, light 
blue, and pink per yard, .04^ 

Tiptop— Check and plaid patterns, 
dark colors, navy blue, red, black, 
brown, and gray; also light colors, 
pink, light blue, and gray, yard, .06 

Stranger— In patterns of bourette, 
broken hairline, and narrow 
stripes, light colors, v tan, light 
blue, pink, and cream, per yard, .07^ 



MR. JOY IS JOYFUL THAT 

HE STRUCK THE B. B. H. 

Boston, Ga., July 18, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen— First order received 
some time ago, and can truly say that 
I have never been able to duplicate 
your values in any other house with 
which I have dealt. Your motto ex- 
presses my thoughts exactly: "More 
Goods for Same Money, Same Goods 
for Less Monev. " Yours ti-uly, 

' JOSEPH W. JOY. 



We make fewer errors and ship more promptly than any other house in America. 



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FAMCr FLANNELETTES. 

About 50 yards to piece. 



REMNANT DEPARTMENT. 

We do not break bundles. 




Oxford — 27 inches wide, in small 
and large fancy figure stripe, 
polka dot, and small check pat- 
terns, in black, navy blue, light 
blue, red, dark green, brown, 
royal blue, pink, tan, and light 
green per yard, $0.07}/2 

Woolsey Crepe— 27 inches wide, in 
polka dot, rin^, and fancy stripe 
patterns, in cream, royal blue, 
red, slate, dark green, brown, 
tan, pink, light blue, and light 
green per yard, .08 

Superfine Flannel — 27 inches wide, 
fine quality, the latest and best 
flannel on the market, in stripe, 
floral, scroll, and Persian pat- 
terns, in royal blue, garnet, 
cream, red, light blue, navy blue, 
light green, brown, and pink, 

per yard, . 1 1 J^ 

APRON GINGHAMS. 

Typhoon — Colors of blue, brown, 
green, large and small checked 
patterns and also fancies, about 
50-yard pieces per yard, .04^4 

Full Standard — C o 1 o r s of blue, 
black, brown, green, red, large 
and small checked patterns, also 
above colors in tweedy patterns, 
about 50-yard pieces, .per yard, .05^8 

FANCY PRINTS. 

About 50 yards to piece. 



Apron Ginghams — In 10 to 20-yard 
lengths, assorted in 200-yard bun- 
dles; fast seller. . . .per yard, $0.03^ 

Indigo Blue Prints— In 10 to 20- 
yard lengths, assorted in 200- 
yard bundles per yard, .03^^ 

Fancy Dress Ginghams — In 10 to 

20-yard lengths, assorted in 200- 
yard bundles per yard, .04J4 

Striped Outing Flannels— In 10 to 

20-yard lengths, dark colors, as- 
sorted in 150-yard bundles, yard, .04}^ 

Fancy Zephyr Ginghams— In 10 to 

20-yard lengths, assorted light 
and dark jiatterns, in 200-yard 
bundles per yard, .05 



Hickory Shirtings — In 10 to 20- 
yard lengths, blue and brown 
stripes, 150 yards to bundle, yard. 




Red Prints — In black and white 
patterns per yard, .0344 

Royal Blue Prints — Good quality, 
latest patterns per yard, .03^ 

Indigo Blue Prints — Good quality, 
good assortment of jwtterns, 

per yard, .0378 

Fancy Prints — Latest i)atterns, 

per yard, .04 

Standard— Silk finish, all good pat- 
terns per yard, .05^ 



Fancy Outing Flannels — In 10 to 

20 yard lengths, assorted dark 
colors, 150 yards to bundle, 

per yard, .06 

Fancy Cretonnes — 36 inches wide, 
in 10 to 20-yard lengths, assorted 
in 200-yard Ijundles per yard, .06J4 

Fancy Flannelettes — 36 inches 
wide, in 10 to 20-yard lengths, as- 
sorted in 200-yard bundles, 

per yard, .06J^ 

Fancy Outing Flannels— In 10 to 20 

yard lengths, assorted light colors, 
150 yards to bundle .... per yard, 

Fancy Flannelettes — 27 inches wide, 
in 10 to 20-yard lengths, assorted 
in 200-yard bundles. . .per yard, .07J4 

Plain Color Velveteens — 19 inches 
wide, in 3 to 5-yard pieces, as- 
sorted in 50-yard bundles, yard, .27J^ 

Plain Repellants — 54 inches wide, 
in 4 to 10-yard lengths, assorted 
in 50-yard bundles. . . .per yard, .32J^ 



REMNANTS OF TABLE DAMASK. 




"White Rose" — Special lot of 
bleached damask remnants, full 
58 inches wide, heavy weight, 
new damask patterns with bor- 
ders to match, fast selvedge, 50 
yards to bundle; remnants come 
in the following lengths: 2i4 
yards, 5 yards, 7M yards and 10 
yards per yard, 16Kc 



TURKEY RED DAMASK REMNANTS. 




"Victor" — Remnants of fine 
grade turkey red damask, 50- 
yard bundles, bundles evenly as- 
sorted in staple red and plaid 
patterns; pieces are in 5 and 10- 
yard lengths so that they can be 
cut in desirable table lengths, 
about 6 different patterns in 
each bundle, giving a large as- 
sortment per yard, 19c 




tissm 



) BLEACHED COTTON 
TOWELS WITH 

FRINGED ENDS. 

285E - Size 14x29, white 
duck, good quality, full 
bleached, red striped bor- 
der, fringed ends, 

per doz., 28)^ c 

BLEACHED COTTON 
TOWELS WITH 

HEMMED ENDS. 

257E— Size 20x40, full 
bleached huck, looks like 
real linen, extra heavy, 
fast color red striped bor- 
ders, selvedge sides, hem- 
med ends; good bargain 
counter number, 

per doz., 90c 



HEMSTITCHED LINEN 



% I 

.T /f .if .c. !S 



at least 
wide by 
German 
woven in 
selvedge, 
comes in 



TOWELS AT $2.25. 

2180E— Most houses get at 
least $2.75 for this towel, 
but that isn't the B. B. H. 
way of merchandizing. 
We bought them excep- 
tionally cheap, and, as is 
our invariable method to 
base our selling price on 
the cost of an article in- 
stead of its market value, 
we offer this towel a t 
$2.25, its real value being 
$2.75. Measures 22 inchts 
45 inches long, good quality 
union linen, silver bleached, 
showy damask patterns, fast 
wide hemstitched ends, 
plain white only, doz. , $2.25 




MEN'S TURKEY RED 

HANDKERCHIEFS. 

24AE-Warranted fast 
color, elaborate flow- 
ered border, red cen- 
ter figured in combi- 
nation black and 
white designs, 
hemmed all around, 
called 24 inch, 

per doz., 24c 

MEN'S PLAIN WHITE HANDKER- 
CHIEFS WITH CORD BORDERS. 

21 HE — This number is 
one of our specials 
that we have sold for 
many seasons with 
remarkable success; 
good quality soft fin- 
ish cambric, wide 
corded border, 
hemmed and selvedge 
sides, 2 dozen in pasteboard carton, 
size 19xl7?4 per doz., 32J^c 

MEN'S JAPOHETTE 

INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS. 

20278E— Silk finislud 
Japonette, 1-inch 
border, 2-inch open- 
work silk initial in 
corner, size 17x17; 
we carry in stock the 
18 staple initials as 
follows: A, B, C, D, 
E, F, G, H, J, K. L, 
M, N, P, R, S, T and 
W; 1 dozen in box, either solid or as- 
sorted initials per doz., 67J^c 





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If we make a mistake, let us know; we'll be quick to rectify it. 




LADMtS' MUSLIN GO WHS. 

Sizee IS, 16 and 17 assorted to dozen. 
2I50E — Box plaited 
front, deep yoke 
front and back, 
front yoke with 18 
rows of narrow 
tucks, and 2 rows of 
wide openwork Ham- 
burg insertion, high 
neck, with 1-inch 
plain cambric ruffle, 
l?a-inch ruffle or 
cuffs, felled inside seams, outside 
seams taped, 'i-inch hemstitched 
bottom per doz., $4.20 

LADIES' MUSLIM SKIRTS. 

2465E— Size 
40 only, 10- 
inch ruHrte 
at bottom 
trimmed 
with 3 tucks 
and 1-inch 
lace ruffle, 
1%-inchsan- 
itary waist- 
band with 
tape ties, 
doz., $2.50 

2466E - Size 
4 to 44i 
m a d e of 
good quali- 
ty muslin, 
full cut, 
wide sani- 
tary waist- 
band, hem- 
med ties, 
8-inch bot- 
tom ruffle 
t rim med 

2466E, S4.00DOZ. with IH- 

inch row of American lace insertion 
and edged with l?4-inchlace to match, 
a very showy garment, per doz., $4.00 

LADIES' MUSUH DRAV/ERS. 

Sizfs 23 25, 17 and 19 nssorltd to dozen. The fol- 
lowing numbers are open infront and back. 






221E. Sl.371.4 Doz. 2U3E. SC.25 Doz. 

221E— Fair quality muslin, cut full, per- 
fectly plain, 3 tucks above a IX-inch 
bottom hem, hemmed waistband with 
tape ties per doz. , $1.37K 

203E— Excellent quality muslin, wide 
umbrella shape, umbrella i-uffle of 
good quality cambric trimmed on edge 
with 23^-in. heavy torchon lace, wide 
waistband with tape ties, doz., $2.25 

LADIES' SHORT CHEMISE. 

Sizes S6, SS, iO and 42, assorted to dozen. 

2495E— Staple mus- 
lin, cut full, 1 o w 
neck with 3<-inch 
Irish tr i mming, 
armholes to match, 
9x4>^-inch bosomof 
embroideiy in as- 
.'^nrted designs, out- 
side seams taped, 
inside seams felled, 
per doz., $2.25 




LADIES' 
FLAMMELETTE 

GO WHS, 

2960OE — Goo( 
quality staph- 
flannelette, as- 
sorted pink and 
blue, neat 
striped effect, 
deep yoke front 
and back, front 
trimmed with 2 
V-shaped rows 
of neat feather- 
stitched braid, 
broad turndown 
Collar, bell 
shaped cuffs, 
per doz., $4;50 

CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE DRESSES. 

2200E— Staple dress of 
fair quality striped 
outing flannel, as- 
sorted in pink a n d 
blue effects, yoke 
trimmed in center 
with row of heat em- 
broidery and feather- 
stitched braid, revers 
on each side, gathered 
cuffs trimmed with 
featherstitched braid, 
2 buttons on back, 
sizes 1, 2, 3 and 4 as- 
sorted to dozen, 

per doz., $2.10 

CORSETS. 

New Model — Straight front stripped 
with a very 
fine grade of 
English sat- 
een, solid zone 
section running 
from front to 
back over the 
hips, made in 
medium length 
of veiy heavy 
white corset 
jean, trimmed 
^with wide lace 
topand bottom, 
boned through- 
out with metal 
tipped watch- 
spring wire, 4- 
hook clasp, 
per doz., $3.95 

THE F. P. PINCH IN WAIST 

CORSET to Retail at $ 1.00. 






1660E F. P.— Excellent quahty white 
coutille, fine boning and hip. The 
pinch in waist feature is a great in- 
vention, it tightens at the waist so as 
to prevent shifting, and gives an 
elegant and graceful figure; sizes 18 
to 30 per doz., $7.90 



PURE SILK COLORED 

TAFFETA RiBBdii, 

"Columbia"— The best alU 

silk taffeta ribbon on the 

market at the pl-iee. 

Guaranteed pure silk, 

good weight, closely and 

evenly woven, fast edges, 

brilliant metallic or luster 

finish, in the fol'owing 

colors: black, white, _ cream, maize, 

light pink, medium pink, light blue, 

medium blue, scarlet, cardinal, nS' 

tional blue, navy blue, Nile greefi, 

lilac, violet, turquoise, etherald greefi, 

browfl, royal blue, castor, and ecrtij 

Columbia, No. 2, piece of 10 yds;, ItJ^fc 

Columbia) No. 5, piece Of l6 yds., il^c 

Columbia, No. 7, piece of 10 yds., 27^c 

Columbia, No. 9, piece of 10 yds., 36}^c 

Columbia, No. 12, piece of 10yds., 44%c 

Columbia, No. 16, piece of 10 yds., 53J^c 

Columbia, No. 22, piece of 10 yds., 63^c 

Columbia, No. 40, piece of lO yds., 74^je 

Columbia) No. 60, piece of it) yds., 85e 

Columbia, No. 80, piece of 10yds., 95^e 

THE REAL BRILLIANT FINISH 

SOFT TAFFETA RIBBON. 

Special attention is calk d to this rib- 
bon, which is the real brilliant finished 
article, as distinguished from the lack- 
luster goods offered as a substitute by 
many houses. 

284SE— Popular millinery 
ribbon, brilliant finish, 
closely and evenly woveh, 
width 4M inches, comes 
in the following colors: 
white, cream, n.aize, me- 
dium pink, medium blue, 
turquoise, old rose, Nile 
green, scarlet, cardinal, 
silver gray, chair pagne, ecru, royal 
blue, navy blue, new mousse or olive 
green, light reseda, nedium reseda, 
light bluette or cadet, medium blu- 
ette, beige, castor golden brown, dark 
brown, lilac, violet, and black, value 
$1.75; our price, 

per piece of 10 yards, $1.15 

KNITTING YARNS. 

Fleisher's Shetland Floss — Veiy lofty, 
highly spun yarn, twisted with great 
care, in order to give an even and 
fluffy effect so desirable in a Shetland 
floss; suitable for knitting kimonos, 
shoulder scarfs, matinees, evening 
wraps, etc. , put up in 12-ounce boxes, 
12 skeins to the box, in the following 
colors: cream white, snow white, 
black, dark pink, light pink, rose, 
heliotrope 1, darker heliotrope 2, very 
deep heliotrope 3, scarlet, cardinal, 
garnet, blue, medium bhie, dark blue, 
navy purple, gi-een, Nile, lemon, yel- 
low, steel, lilac, gendarme blue, buff, 
dark buff, and flesh per box, 70c 




GOOD VALUES. 

Rohrersville, Md., Aug. 23, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen— In regard to the goods 
that I bought of you, would say that 
they opened up to my entire satisfac- 
tion. They are good values for the 
money. You may expect orders from 
me in the future. Yours truly, 

J. S. STINE. 



Such prices as these make it expensive for you to buy elsewhere. 



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A Tip Top Leader 

in MEN'S HOSE. 

fSE Thistle —Men's 
fast black half hose, 
guaranteed fast 
color, extra weight, 
32 ounces to dozen, 
long leg, ribbed top, 
1 dozen in box, solid 
sizes 9H to n}4. 
These goods are first 
quality and are 
known throughout 
the United States to 
be the best and heav- 
iest sock to retail at 
15c per pair. The 
wholesale price has 
always been $1.15 per dozen, but to 
give or customers the best 10c leader 
on the market, we have QOl/j, 
marked them per doz. , O £ /2C 




An OVERALL Item of Much 
Importance 
to You. 

SMXDE-Men's 
heavy blue duck 
apron overalls, 
red and orange 
stripe pattern, 2 
front, 1 hip and 
1 watch pocket 
on bib, patent 
buttons and sus- 
penders, 1 dozen 
m bundle, as- 
sorted sizes 32 





LADIES' 
WRAP- 
PERS. 

3571 E— Fair 
qualitypercale, 
attached lin- 
ing, turnover 
collar, yoke ef- 
fect front and 
back, trimmed 
with 1 row of 
fancy braid, 
plain sleeves, 
full sizes, as- 
sorted blue, 
red, and black 
striped pat- 
terns, 1 dozen 
to bundle, as- 
sorted sizes 34 

It 4.50 



LADIES' STRAW SAILORS. 

M20E— La- 
fayette, 
trimmed 
sailor of 
Canton 
braid, 4- 
inch brim, 2>^-inch crown, trimmed 
with black grosgrain band, bow at 
side, cotton sweat, paper tip; | QC 
black only per doz., 1 tOC/ 




to 42, 
doz. 



4.20 



MEN'S LEGGINS. 

Three specimen values. 





6602E. $3.50 Doz. B502E, $3.75 Doz. 

5600E— Knee leggins of 6-ounce duck 

"Army" style, laced sides, ~ 

per doz. , 
5602E — Knee leggins of 
duck, side spring style, 

per doz., 

6502E — Gray covert cloth knee leggins 

blanket lined, laced, Q 7 /% 

per doz., 0« / J 



Assortment of SHIRTWAIST 
or CLOAK BUTTONS. 

1503E — Con- 
si s ts of 2 
gross pure 
w h i t e , 
highly p o 1 - 
ished Amer- 
ican pearl; 
12 dozen 30- 
line, 8 dozen 
36-line, and 
4 dozen 40- 
hne, }4 dozen on black card, fisheye; 
metal shank, fancy carved and 
grooved, put up in fancy display 
cabinet; dandy sellers at 10c, 15c and 
25c per card, with a net profit of over 
80 per cent., our price for 2 O Cf\ 
gross, including cabinet, ^tJXM 




2.25 

lO-ounce 

3.50 



Important Information. — We lead 
the market on Toys, Fancy China, 
and Holiday Goods, and our prices are 
'way down. We import direct from 
the manufacturers. We get the new- 
est things and dispose of them quickly. 
Our stocks are much larger than for- 
merly, and you certainly shouldn't 
miss seeing our illustrated October 
Catalogue, which will be issued Octo- 
ber 1. It's yours for the asking. 



DRY GOODS That Create Sales. 

Eiderdown — In neat stripe, check and 
plaid pattern, dark colors in blue, 
red, gray, green, and brown; another 
indication where we sell the same 
goods for less money, Q^o 

per yard, O/^C 




Indigo Blue Prints— In 10 to 20-yard 
lengths, assorted in 200-yard bundles, 
nice, clean goods — goods you can 
readily sell with an excellent 07/«, 
profit per yard, O/oC 

Fancy Zephyr Ginghams — In 10 to 20- 
yard lengths, assorted in light and 
dark patterns, put up 200 yards to 
bundle; other houses ask more money 
for these goods, but from us £? 
they're per yard, »/v. 



60-INCH BLEACHED 

DAMASK, WAc per Yard. 




'Eureka"— Bleached cotton damask, 
called 60-inch, actual width 58 inches, 
good weight, closely woven, hand- 
some assortment of flower and damask 
patterns, borders to match, 1/11/ 
value 19c; our price. . .yard, 1 4/^0 



THE CELEBRATED 

"CLARENDON" QUILTS, 

8TAc EACH. 




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•Clarendon" — High grade quilt, as- 
sorted handsome figured and scroll 
patterns, with appropriate borders, 
hemmed ends, selvedge sides, ready 
for immediate use, size 81x- Q^i/ 
88 each, 0/>iC 




MEN'S GARTERS. 

11 ICE — Imitation of 
the "Brighton" gar- 
ters, assorted fancy 
plaid patterns, strong 
elastic loom web, %- 
inch, nickel trim- 
mings, 1 dozen pairs 
in box, A O 

doz. pairs, ^OC 



We have no branches, no traveling salesmen, and no retail connections. 



REMARKABLE 
CLOTHING 
VALUES. 




MEN'S SUITS. 

86424E— Sack 
suit of wool cas- 
simere, in dark 
blue, having a 
visible mixture 
stripe of garnet 
and olive, satin 
piped facings, 
per O or 
suit, O*^*/ 

86428E — As 
above, in double- 
breasted sack 
suit, 
suit, 



MEN'S PANTS. 

86 1 03 E— Fancy cotton worsted, black 

ground, with wide and narrow blue 

stripes; big value in these, /%^#« 

per pair, »J«7C 

86126E — Union cassimere, black 
ground, with a mixture of gray diago- 
nally woven, and between this are 
olive and garnet, the whole forming 
a neat stripe pattern, OOr 

per pair, • vfC 



3.50 



86445E— Sack 
suit of cheviot, 
dark olive mix- 
ture goods, 
woven in her- 
ringbone p a t - 
tern, satin piped 
facings, very 
attractive and 
salable, O ^ C 
suit,0> iZf 

86448E — As 
above, indouble- 
breasted sack 
auit,. A f\(\ 

86446E. $3.76 Suit ^Ult, f.UV 

BOYS' SUITS. 

86701 E— Double-breasted suit of wash 
melton, dark ground, with gray and 
brown stripes woven so as to produce 
a check pattern, buttoned to Q A^ 
the neck, ages 6 to 14, per suit, Ovv 

86701 XE — Same as above, {|r| 
ages 9 to 15 per suit, • VfC 




86707E— Double-breasted suit of union 
cassimere, dark ground, with a gray 
Oxford mixture, and having broken 
stripes alternating in gray | f\R 
and olive, ages 6 to 14, suit, l*\JtJ 

86707XE — Same as above, f | C 
ages 9 to 15 ppr suit, I* lU 



86157E. $1.16 Pair. 



86161E, $1.25 Pair. 



86157E — Fancy woirsted, dark ground, 
with a small threefold stripe of olive 
and g^ray alternating, with single 
gray stripes Xinch apart; | t C 
big money's worth, per pair, l» U 

86161E— Fancy worsted, black ground, 
with alternate hairline stripes in blue 
and gold, and gray, }4 inch apart, and 
between these is a threefold 1 Off 
stripe in gray per pair, 1 • ^ ? 



MEN'S OVERCOATS. 

Sizes 3 J, to i2. 

81866E — Overcoat of black beaver, 
made with velvet collar and trimmed 
with piped facings, cut full and roomy, 
length 42 inches; try to duplicate it at 
less than $3.75; our bargam *f ^ /Z 
price each, ^ • 4 «/ 

86903E — Overcoat of black beaver, 
good grade, velvet collar, cut loose and 
full, length 50 inches, belt '" Q "T^ 
back; a special va'uc.each, 0» # %J 





85906E — Overcoat of fancy wool cas- 
simere, new stylish dark brown goods, 
with a combination mixture, collar 
made of same goods, cut in the loose, 
graceful 50-inch length, belt in back; 
has the swing and style of an over- 
coat that would cost much A fZf\ 
more money each, *»•»/" 



The Unmatchable "BALTIMORE" 

10c ENAMELED WARE ASSORTMENT. 

Run of kiln. Assortment contains 1 dozen each of the following pieces: 




1 dozen No. 30 wash basins. 

1 dozen 2-quart pudding pans. 

1 dozen 2-quart shallow stew 
pans. 

1 dozen 2-quartKmilk pans. 

1 dozen 1-pint larere pieced cups. 

1 dozen No. 60 soap dishes, with 
drainers. 

1 dozen 10-inch pie plates. 

1 dozen ]-quart covered buckets. 

1 dozen l^j-quart deep pudding 
pans. 

1 dozen 1-quart extra deep stew 
pans. 

1 dozen 2-quart preserving ket- 
tles. 

1 dozen 2-quart lipped sauce 
pans. 

Making 12 dozen of the 
largest pieces ever sold to 
retail at 10c each, Q A^^ 



per doz., 



Sold in case lots only, no charge for case. 



'e rely on low pri ces to win trade; on fair treatment to retain it. 



HAT and CAP Bargains to « 
NaKe Yoor Selling Brisk. 




69688E— Men's black twill serge shop 
and mill caps, 2 dozen in box, O f\ 
sizes e(% to 7X per doz., uUC 




61339E— Men's and boys' satin lined 
caps, made of wool cassimere, as- 
sorted patterns, black glazed bill, 1 
dozen to box; men's sizes 6% to 7>i'; [ 
boys' sizes 6% to 6K ; state whether ! 
boys' or men's are wanted. We have 
sold, during the month of August, 
over 400 dozen at $2.00 per dozen, and 
for this month we will offer | OS 

them at per doz., 1«03 

68608E— 
Get ahead 
of your 
competi- 
tor andsell 
fur hats 
for less 

_ than wool 

hats cost. We offer, this month, 96 
dozen men's fur 1 ounce hats 
in tan and g^ray. . . .per doz., 



A SOUND BUSINESS 

PROPOSITION. 

In order to introduce this brand to 
merchants who have never bought 
the "Iron Clad" guaranteed hat, 
we will allow a rebate of $1.50 on 
every dozen. This special offer to 
hold good for the month of October 
only. 




3.65 




V 


^\ 


m» cuD-cinmniEF^ 

Cu/..(rf ih„ M,, ,a* Bila** 

* nilinlittiiii<l>iilni(. _^ 



The above is a facsimile of the 
printed guarantee contained imder 
the sweatband of every "Iron 
Clad" hat, authorizing you to give 
your customer a new hat or refund 
the money for any not giving satis- 
faction. Simply return the hat to us 
and we'll make the allowance. 



62100E— 

The new 
"How- 
ard" de- 
sign, 
torpedo 
shape soft 
hat, in 
black or 
brown, 
suitable 
for young 
and mid- 
dle-aged 
men, sizes 




ordering, please 
$15.50 per doz. 
(less rebate, $1 .50) , 



6% to 1%, 

3i dozen in 

box. In 

mention color ; 



14.00 




Two Good Values 
from Our CIGAR 
and TOBACCO 
Department. 

Duke's Mixture Smoking 
Tobacco, l?3-oz. 0*T_ 
bag. .per pound, O / C 




Old Virginia Cheroots— Fine quality to 
•retail 3 in pack for 5c, 1 | iLl\ 
250 in box per 1000, I i .OU 



THE "DRUID," DROPHEAD 
SEWING MACHINE, No. 13. 



62046E— The Ambassador shape, in 
black; this is a very distinguished 
shape and one that's entirely different 
from anything shown in goods of this 
quality; for this month we will offer 15 
cases of this shape in the "Univer- 
sity" brand; it's the exclusive hat 
house's $21.00 grade, which we al- 
ways sell at $18.00, sizes 6?f to 1%, 
packed 1 hat in box, " ^ 

per doz., 

62047E — Same as above, 
but in Japo bro^vn, doz. , 



16.50 
16.50 




DRUG SUNDRIES. 

Clark's Arnicated '>\'hite 
Oil Liniment — The repu- 
tation of this liniment has 
been established by its ef- 
ficiency in curing and re- 
lieving the ailments of 
man and beast, 
per doz.. 



1.58 



Mennen's Borated Talcum 

Powder— Too well known 
to need further descrip- 
tion. At the price we are 
selling it every merchant 
who handles such goods 
will quickly realize what 
a bargain it is. How many 
dozen shall we 1 OjC 
send you?. . doz., 1 .07 



Eye-Opening Quotations 

for Good COMBS. 




SAVED HIM 15 PER CENT. 

North Bend, Miss., July 7, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen— Your goods give satis- 
faction and save me 15 per cent, 
based on what I can do anywhere 
" else. Yours truly, 

J. S. DANIEL. 



The "Druid," No. 13— All the working 
parts are nickeled— not japanned. Do 
not confound the "Druid" with the 
poorly constructed affairs that flood 
the market. It possesses peculiar 
sewing qualities and is extremely dur- 
able. It forms a double lock stitch, 
the feed is double and it is positive in 
action. The stand is polished oak, 
with 3 drawers; a full set of attach- 
ments is included in the machine- 
guaranteed for 12 years, 
each. 



Blonde or clear horn fine 
(American make), warranted 
warp or split, 1 dozen in box. 

Size No. 9, doz., $0.27}^ 
Size No. 10, doz., .32K 
Size No. 11, dcz., .35 
Size No. 12, doz.. 
Size No. 13, dcz.. 
Size No. -14, doz,, 

R aw Horn 
Dressing 
Combs 

(Amer ican 



combs 
set to 



.40 

.42J^ 

.48 



make), coarse and fine, 1 dozen Jk P 
per doz., 43C 



in box, size 



10.00 



BORDEN'S "TIP TOP" 

BRAND CARAMELS. 

PI IE- Borden's 
"Tip Top " 
Brand Milk 
Caramels, 
packed 25 
pounds in 
pail, ^"3,/- 
~ . . .— peund, i /^C 

As above — 5 pounds in box, box, 4i,f)r 




D 



We guarante e you full value for every dollar you invest here 

I _ ^«T*<^ui?nc> mrir 



CHINA MONEY BANKS 

A few good numbers that sell all the 
year round. 

A363IE— Size 5 in., 
pig bank, chocolate 
color, mottled, 1 
doz. in pack- O^n 
age . . . doz. , O • «» 

A525E-Size Z% in., 
ass orted animals, 
elephants, etc., 
decorated i n nat- 
ural luster colors, 
assorted 1 dozen 
in package, "T'lr 
per doz., # •/»« 

A524E— Size 3Vi in., 
pig in money bag, 
bright luster colors, 
in natural colors 
traced with gold, 1 
doz. in pack- ft ffp 



This WATCH is Guaran- 
teed for 10 Years. 




A524E, 85c Doz. 



age... 



,3o 



CHINA NOVELTIES. 

A300E — Size 23ix3)^ 
inches, jardiniere 
shape, decorated with 
raised flowers and 
head of rabbit, mot- 
tled green and traced 

A30OE. 75c Doz. ^^ith gold,l"»C„ 

dozen in package. . . .per doz., / wH- 

A305E— Size 4K inches, 
slipper design, deco- 
rated with raised flow- 
ers and head of rabbit. 





TEACHERS' REFERENCE 

BIBLES— A Rare Value. 

M™t M I 24 No ' man can serve two maM 
Lukeii.a. ters : fbr either he will hate the" 
H^'ias. one, and love the other; or else 

Showing Style oi Type. 

S624E — Divinity Circuit bound, seal 
leather, cloth lined, red under gold 
edges, full concordance, helpers' dic- 
tionary, maps, etc., 30 full photo- 
gravures, 16mo (size 514x7^), brevier 
type; the largest type Bible | Aft 
published in this size, vol., l«vFO 

S625E— As above, with thumb | O/S 
index per vol., l»smJ 

POCKET EDITION 

NEW TESTAMENT. 

Round comers, red under gold edges. 
S6101E — Black seal, leather 
bound, ruby type, silk ribbon 
book mark, size 48mo (3x- 
Ak), the kind we usually sell 
at 22c per vol., O 1 A 





A30SE. 75c Doz. 
1 dozen in package 



green mottled, "J /Zp { 
per doz., f «/v 1 



Vesper — Men's 18-size hunting case 
watch, 10-year guarantee stamped in- 
side; in addition, we protect you 
and your customer by the guarantee; 
fitted with 7-jewel American move- 
ment, artistically engraved case. 
This watch is made by one of America's 
most renowned manufacturers and is 
an exceptional bargain for Q 1 ^ i 
the money each, O'Ui 




A306E— Size 2H inches, ' 
jardiniere shape, 2 side 
handles, decorated; 
with raised flowers, 
leaves and rabbit 
head, body mottled in 

85c 



A306E. 85c Doz. 

green, 1 dozen in package, 

per doz. , 




A Specimen of the 

CLOCK Values We Have. 



A307E. Sac Doz. 



85c 



A307E— Length 2.'i in., 
swan shaped, mottled 
green body with raised 
•flowers, leaves and 
rabbit head in natural 
colors, 1 doz. in 
package per doz., 

A308E— Size 3'^ inches, 
match stand with tray, 
mottled green body, 
decorated with flowers, 
green leaves and rab- 
A308E, 85c Doz. bits in natural col- 
ors, 1 dozen in package, A^r 
per doz., 0»/*« 





Garcia— Fine enameled wood clock, ada- 
mantine finish. Cathedral gong, strikes 
the hour and half hour, runs 8 days 
with one winding, richly embossed 
ornaments, heavy single column on 
either side, dimensions 16x- O f^fi 



IIM. 



. each. 



•PRINCETON" JUG ASSORTMENT. 







per doz. vols.. 




A Bargain in 

BOX PAPER 

;24 sheets, 24 envelopes. 

;S2629E-Priscilla, ruled, 
superior finish plate 
paper, extra weight, 

■ wallet envelopes, large 
tandem box, size 9%x- 
b%xl%, handsome pic- 
ture cover, 5i^r 
per doz., Ofc*- 



ENVELOPES on Which 

You Can Save Money. 




Extra good clean white stock, high 
cut, neatly labeled and banded to match, 
packed 250 in box. 

S821E— XXX5 per 1000, 65c 

S822E— XXXG^f per 1000, 75c 

S824E-XXX6>' 4 per 1000, 80c 

WHISK BROOMS 

at a Bargain Price. 

5E — We secured 
a lot of good 10c 
whisk brooms 
from a "pinched" 
^ manufacturer, and 
therefore give you the benefit of our 
special purchase; good fair quality 
corn, 2 sewing, plush cap^ total ^'Jr 
length 10 inches per doz., • wf^ 




Four very attractive patterns, elk, squirrel, hunter, and sw^n patterns clear 
TrystaC embossed with rustic scenes, 2 with high foot and 2 with Aat bottom, 
S handle and large wide lip, will, hold 1 q'^^^, ^h^ '^'•^^t^.^f °n 85c 
the market to retail for 10c, 3 dozen mbarrel, assorted, .^^per dozen, W^v 



SATISFACTORT 



IN 

EVERY RESPECT. 



DeYoung, Pa., June 15, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen— Enclosed find check to 
balance account. Goods prov^ sat- 
isfactory in every respect and your 
prices are 0. K. Assuring you of 
our future orders, I remain 
Yours truly, 

M. G. CAMPBELL. 



Over £fty thousand progressive retailers buy here. How about you ? 13 

V EMBROIDERY. 




'ILION" -Manufacturers' strip lot, containing 337K yards— assorted in 67>^ yards of cambric insertion and 12 1 yards of 
cambric edging. Assortment represents 20 different styles of cambric edging and 5 styles of cambric insertion, as 
represented in the cut herewith. Width of each piece plainly marked in cut; 2 pieces of each style, each piece con- 
taining 6''i yards. A specially well selected line of patterns, none' of which need be sold under 5c per yard, and 
some of which will bring as high as l2>ic per yard. Th.s is one of the best values we have ever offered; no less 
than complete assortment sold per yard, $0.03% 



FAMOUS OLAREMOOM QUILT 




Clarendon — The celebrated high-grade 
quilt, comes in assortment of hand- 
some figured and scroll patterns with 
appropriate borders, hemmed ends, 
selvedge sides, ready for immediate 
use, size 81x88 each, 87J^c 

FEATHERSTITOHTO 

BfiAlO ASSORTMEHT. 

;2000E — Cab- 
inet of all 
white feath- ; 
erstitched 
braid, 36 
pieces, 4 
yards each, 
all extra 
wide , 12 
dif fe rent 
patterns; 
former 
price, $1.00; 
now, 

cabinet, 80c 
2001E — As 
above, con- 
tains 18 
pieces white 
andl8pieces 
assorted, 
s t a pi e 
colors, 
cabinet, 80c 




Special Off ei' In SSc SU SPEMDERS. 

Each pair in neat fancy decorated 
pox, 

" " I409E— Elas- 
t i c high 
grade silk 
nnishedlisle 
vf e b , 1^ 
inches wide, 
nobby pat- 
terns, cross 
back, white 
kid tips and 
calfskin 
ends, se- 
lected white 
gilt cast-off 
buttons, highly polished gilt sliding 
buckles per doz. , $3.00 





THE SOc "MOBUCKLE" 



A great comfort for men. 



Detroit, Ala., April 1.5, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House : 

Gentlemen — I have been in busi- 
ness for fifteen years and never 
bought from a house that gave as 
good prices as yours. Yours truly, 
J. V. GREGORY. 




SUSPENDER. 



Finest and 
Best Qual- 
ity Elastic 

Web— V a- 

rietyofpat- 
terns, extra 
strong, rus- 
set leather 
notched 
tips, soft 
and flexible 
calfskin 
ends. N o 
metal parts 
to rust or 
tear the clothing, no pulleys or 
cords to wear out, )4 dozen in box, 
assorted sizes, a year's guarantee 
with every pair per doz., $2.25 



MEM'S SILK SHIELD BOWS. 

200020E— Fancy silk, 
full assortment of pat- 
terns, high shield, 12 
different s ty 1 e s on 
card (gross, $2.25) ; per doz. , 19c 

MEM'S FAMOr SHIELD TECHS. 

2089E— Silk teck, big assortment of 
fancy patterns, strong thield, special 
value, 1 dozen in box . . . per doz. , 90c 

MIDOET STRING TIES. 

2500E— N arrow fancy silk 
string tie, width %-inch, 
length 29 inches, ties up into 
the neatest and nattiest imag- 
inable bow, full rssortrr.tnt of 
the season's rroEt pcpular pat- 
terns, neat eflects, 
(gross, $10.00); per doz., 85c 
2501E— As above, in black silk, 
(gross, $10.00); per doz., SSc 
2502E — As above, in red silk, 
(gross, $10.00); per dcz., 85c 

2503E— As above, in royal blue silk, 

(gross, $10.00); per doz., 85c 

2504E— As above, in brown silk, 

(gross, $10.00); per doz., 85c 

2505E — As above, in emerald green silk, 
(gross, $10.00) ; per doz., SSc 



BLACK PATENTINE BELT. 





171 E— Perfect fit, circular model, 
welted center seams, soft and pli- 
able as kid, conforms to lines of 
figure, reinforced front straps. 
Japanned buckle, sizes 24 to 30, 
inclusive, 1 dozen in box; our 
price per doz., $1.25 



14 



Why pay dnimmers more than you pay us for the same goods? 




TAPESTRY PORTIERES. 

All measurements include fringes. 



LAOE ASSORTMENT. 

25E— Assortment of heavy Ger- 
man torchon lace, consists of 10 
pieces of lace and 2 pieces of in- 
sertion, each piece containing 
24 yards; this is one of the 
greatest assortments of German 
torchon lace ever offered; the 
styles are staple and well se 
lected, ranging in width iron 
13»' to 2J-5 inches, value rang 
ing f rom45c to67>-2 c ; these good- 
make an ideal trimming foi 
muslin underwear, as they art- 
especially adapted for wash 
purposes (perdoz. yards 32>^c), 
making the entire assortment 
of 24 dozen, or 288 yards, cost 
you $7.80 





MEN'S UMBRELLAS. 

24 1 4E— Cov- 
ered with 
fast black 
m e rcerized 
cloth, steel 
frame, en- 
ifl* U Tf Z Itti fi ameledsteel 
|r( //(l /^ilL—^' '"°'^' ^^sort- 
|V>>»_^ <^.^-^/ Tji*^' m e n t of 

^ handles rep- 

resents 2 of each handle shown in 
the cut, as follows: 2 carved horn in 
dog's head effect, 2 Japanese teak- 
wood, 2 silver-trimmed Congos, 2 
cai-ved Arabian vine studded with sil- 
ver disks, 2 silver-trimmed Acacia 
wood and 2 carved Arabian vine, with 
bone tips; usual $6.00 umbrella of 
other houses, size 26 and 28-inch as- 
sorted to the dozen. . .per doz., $4.50 

MEN'S SELF-OPENING UMBRELLA. 






iln' 



L^ 



ZMutL,, ^;ic rats* 




S^ 



NOTTING- 
HAM LACE 
CURTAINS. 

2 5 E — 
White, 2K 
yards long, 
28 inches 
wide, 
pair, 24%c 



2 5 2 3 E — 
White, 33^ 
yards long, 
60 inches 
wide, 

pair, 85c 




THE BUTTON 

DOES TH£ REST" 



2225E— Exclusive um brella houses 
never sell this number under $6.00 
per dozen, fast black cotton cover, 
mounte:! on steel rod, patent self- 
opening frame, nickel rib catch at 
top, highly polished Congo handles, 
sizes 26 and 28-inch assorted to the 
dozen per doz., $4.75 



RUFFLED MUSUN CURTAINS, 

250E— Length Z^i yards, width 24 

inches, plain 
white lawn, 
trimmed 
with AH- 
inch ruffle 
of same ma- 
terial, tape 
bound, 
evenly hem- 
•m e d a 1 1 
around, 
pair, I9c 



mmm 




MR. GARNER ECHOES THE 

FEELINGS OF THOUSANDS 
OF OTHERS. 



Luxomni, Ga., March 10, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen— lam more than pleased 
with the order you filled for me, and 
the goods were received in first-class 
condition. Yours truly, 

JAMES R. GARNER. 



2 7 5 OOE — 

Length 116 
inches, 
width 29 
inches, two 
tone rever- 
sible por- 
tiere, red 
ground, fig- 
u r e d all 
over in 
woven Jac- 
q u ard de- 
signs in a 
b r igh te r 
shade of 
red, deep 
throwover 
at top, with 

long knotted and tasseled fringe, 

knotted fringe on bottom, pair, 95c 
2750IE— As above, green ground, 

with bright green figures, pair, 95c 
27502E— As above, red gi-ound, with 

green figures per pair, 95c 

4-4 CHENILLE TABLE COVERS. 

All measurements given below in- 
clude fringe. 



2400E-Size 

4-4, actual 

measure 

33x33, fair 

quality 

chenille, 

assorted 

colorings; 

our special 

price, 

doz., $2.20 



e-4 CHENILLE COVERS. 

All measurements include fringe. 

242E — Size 
6-4, actual 
m e as u r e 
64x54, an- 
imal pat- 
tern, se- 
lected 
ch enille 
stock, red 
grounds, 
3 different 
patterns, 
evenly 
fringed all around; price vei-y low, 

per doz., $5.90 

TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS. 

All measurements include fringe. 

l'!i;(Jj|Jiail»',,,_ 2750E- Spe- 
cial lot of 
tapestry 
covers, 
,.■ :-j fair quali- 
r^ ty, medal- 
^ lion center 
with wide 
• 2 flowered 
^: border, 
■ ^ fringed all 

l^:-^^Si-. -^ around, 

- ' - colors: 

red, with green 'figures ; red, with 
olive figures; red, with red figures, 
and green with green figures ; sizes as 
follows : 
Size 4-4, actual measure 37x37, 

per doz., $1.85 

Size 6-4, actual measure 56x56, 

per doz., $4.50 





You may depend upon all goods being exactly as described. 



15 



CABPETS. 



Our line of Carpets embraces all 
grades, from the cheapest ingrain to 
the finest 3-shoot velvet; the goods 
are made in all the fashionable 
colors prevailing for this fall. In 
ordering Carpets, state colors de- 
sired. 

IMBRAm CARPETS. 
36 inches wide. 




Granite Ingrain Carpets — Full 

weight and made of hard twisted 
cotton, and full number of ends 
in the warp, giving the carpet a 
heft that is unequaled in this 
grade ; about 8i) yds. to i"oll, yard, $0.18 

All Cotton Ingrain Carpets— Full 
10-pair, the color effects are abso- 
lutely perfect, about 65 yards to 
roll per yard, .21 ' 

54= Wool Ingrain Carpets — New and 
original effects, both in patterns 
and colorings; the wool is thor- 
oughly scoured and free from 
grease. These goods are abso- 
lutely /i'-wool unions; about 65 
yards to roll per yard, .26^ 

5^=\Vool Ingrain Carpets — A high 
grade fabric of selected material, 
the patterns and colors are orig- 
inal and taking and free from 
freal^s; about 65 yards to roll, yard, .30 

Wool Filled Super Ingrain Car- 
pets—Absolutely all-wool filling, 
of unsurpassed quality; a very at- 
tractive line of patterns and col- 
orings, about 65 yards to roll, 

per yard, .40 

Extra Super Ingrain Carpets — The 
best grade of ingrain carpets 
made. Made of selected wool 
yarn, thoroughly scoured, using 
only the best dyes; guaranteed 
full 13 pair with 1080 ends, abso- 
lutely all-wool warp and filling; 
about 65 yards to roll. . .per yard, .55 

BRUSSELS CARPETS. 

27 inches wide. 

7=VVire Tapestry Brussels Car- 
pet — Worsted face, excellent 
wearing quality, full count 7- 
wire tapestry Brussels carpets; 
about 65 yards to roll. ..per yard, .45 

9-Wire Tapestry Brussels Car- 
pet — A high grade tapestry 
Brussels carpet, linen back, heavy 
worsted surface, newest patterns 
and colorings; about 60 yards to 
roll per yard, .56 

10=Wire Tapestry Brussels Car- 
pet — The highest grade tapestry 
Brussels carpet made, full 10-wire 
count, fine woi-sted surface, made 
from the best wool yam and dyes; 
about 60 yards to roll, per yard, .72J4 

High Grade Wilton Velvet Car= 
pet — Absolutely full worsted 
body and face of extra heavy pile, 
warranted the highest grade 3- 
snoot velvet caipet made; about 
50 yards to roll per yard, .8754 



MOQUETTE RUGS. 

Alexander Smith & Sons' entire 
line of patterns for the fall of 1905. 




R1018E— 18x36 inches each,$0.70 

R1027E— 27x54 inches each, 1.52 

RI036E— 36x72 inches each, 2.50 

JUTE SMYRNA RUCS. 

Reversible jute Smyrna Rugs in 
floral, medallion, and animal pat- 
terns with fringe. The cheapest re- 
versible Smyrna Rug on the market. 



:a,T^ 




R3I 2E— Size 30x60 inches. . . . each, .75 
MATTINGS. 




Grass Carpet 



TRADE MARK 

About 50 yards to roll. 
36 inches wide, following colors 

RIOIGE — Plain solid green.. . . 

R103RE-Plain solid red 

R104BE— Plain solid blue 

R14CiE — Green with orange 
and red stripe 

R308WE — Green with white p£r yd, 
stripe !■ ■' 

R20RE--Green and black with Q I C 
red stripe ' 

R205GE— P lain green and 
black 

R202RE— Black and red mot- 
tled J 

R 1 E— 27-inch, stairs— heavy 
bound, to match above patterns, 

per yard, .25 

WIRE GRASS MATTING RUGS. 

With heavy wool solid color fringe. 
Rl 1 8E— Size 18x36 inches . . each, . 24 
RI21E— Size 21x42 inches, .each, .33K 
R126E— Size 26.X.52 inches, .each, .52>i 
R130E— Size 30x60inches.. each, .66 
R136E— Size 36x72 inches, .each, .91 

R169E— Size 6x9 feet each, 2.85 

R180E— Size 8x10 feet. . . .each, 4.27)-5 
RI92E— Size 9x12 feet each, 5.70 

WINOO W SHADES. 

All colors, 6 feet long by 3 feet 
wide, mounted on best spring rollers. 
R920E — Plain felt shades, spring 

rollers, fixtures complete. , ..doz., .80 
R950E— Plain water color opaque 

shades, spring rollers, fixtures 

complete per doz. , 1 .85 



THE 



' DRUID," DROPHEAD 
SEWING MACHINE, NO. 13 




The "Druid," No. 13 — All the 

working parts are nickeled— not 
japanned. Do not confound the 
"Druid" with the poorly con- 
structed affairs that flood the 
market. It possesses peculiar 
sewing qualities and is extremely 
durable. It forms a double lock 
stitch, the feed is double and it is 
positive in action. The stand is 
polished oak, with 3 drawers, a 
full set of attachments is included 
in the machine each, $10.00 



PLUSH LAP ROBES. 




Elite — Plain solid color, single 
faced plush, in dark green, ruby, 
dai'k brown, dark blue, and black, 
soft finished long nap, mohair 
bound each, $1.15 

Anchor — Double plush lap robe, 
extra quality, plain black back, 
with animal, medallion and plain 
centers, fancy borders .... each, 2.25 

HORSE BLANKETS. 




Gem — One of the season's successes; 
gray ground with dark red and yel- 
low headings, 72x72 inches, each, .50 



Lake, Ind., March 24, '05. 

Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — We have been buying 
goods from you for the last five years, 
and have always got our money's 
worth. Your prices are from 15 to 
35 per cent, lower than elsewhere, 
and our aim is to do more buying f rom. 
you in the future. Yours truly, 

W. T. FERGUSON & SON. 



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No store is too big or too small to buy here protitably. 



HARDWARE. 



^g3sfi»il8F*^ 



STOVE LID LIFTERS. 

i419E — Al- 
ways cool 
wire coil 
^"^3 handle, 

copper plated, eye to hang it up, 

per doz., $0.30 

GOMBIMATIOM CORKSCREW 

AMD GAM OPEKER. 

42E —The 
"Never 
Slide," 
best quality can opener and 
strong steel wire corkscrew 
which folds inside of handle, 1 



.45 




dozen in easel back display box, 
per doz., 
HAMMERS. 

450E — 
Adze 
eye, 
extra 
steel 
■_^ finish, 

12>j inches long, head weighs l}i 
pounds, serviceable tool, per doz., .80 

HATCHETS. 

49XE - Special all- 
steel shingling 
hatchet, No. 2 size, 
3M-inch blade, the 
largest and best tool 
at the price, 

per doz., 2 
SCREWDRIVERS. 




30 



4500E— Flat cold rolled steel, edge 
will not turn, 6-inch blade, black 
japanned handle per doz., .72 

SAWS. 



CARPET TACKS IK DISPLAY CASES. 

4 2 5 OE— 
Assorted 
6, 8, and 
10 -ounce 
large pa- 
pers of 
25 0, all 
first qual-- 
ity, case 
contain- 
per case, $0.75 





ing 72 packages. 




4I00E— 100 to 125 first quality steel 
tacks, in sightly wooden kegs, as- 
sorted 6, 8, 10, and 12-ounce; will 
sell on sight; 72 kegs in wooden 
display case per case, .98 

PADLOCKS. 

443E— As- 
s o r ted 
steel case 
padlocks 
on cards, 
6 are 10c 
leaders, 6 
are cheap 
at 15c, 6 
brass 
plated 
a n d 6 
black ja- 
panned, 

12 locks on card, 2 cards in box, 

per doz. , .65 

Single card (1 dozen) 



\ KEYSTONE/ 
\ PAD-LOCKS. / 




..per doz., 




492E— Full 2ij-inch, regular width, 
beech handle, 3 brass screws, set 
and filed, H dozen in package, 

per doz., 3.75 

STEEL STRAP HINGES, Ragular. 

1 dozen pairs in 
box. 



Size. Doz. pairs. 
453E— 8in.,$0.60 
454E— lOin., .82 



Size. L>uz. pairs. 

450E— 3 in..$0.23 
451E— 4in-. .27 
452E— 6in . .42 



TAPER AND SAW FILES. 

-4tE— 3-cor- 



ner saw files, packed 1 doz. in box. 

Doz. Doz. Doz. 

3K-in. ..$0.31|.5-in. . .$0.38 7-in. ..$0.57 

4-in 33J.5K-in. .45 10-in.. .85 

4;^-in.. .36:6-in... .501 

PLANES. 
4106E— Fine steel blade, IJi-inch 
cut, japanned finish, with screw 

adiustment each, .13 

4107E— As above, l?i-inch cut, 

each, .20 

4I03E — Patent 

ad j ustable 

block plane, 

5K inches 

4103E, 2.5c Each long, 13<-inch 

cutter, best quality plane iron, . 

each, .25 
4 1 20E — Same as above, 7 inches 
long, with l)i-inch cutter. . .each, .30 




442E — Long handle, round point, }i 
dozen in bundle per doz. , 3.65 

MANURE FORKS. 

444>.2E-The 
"With- 
ington, " 
4 oval 
^^ cast steel 

tines llJa inches long, plain fer- 
rule, long straight handle Ali feet 
long per doz., 3.88 





iZE. 36c Doi. 416E, 36c Doz. 

44XE— Sure death mouse trap, one 
of the best traps made. . .doz., 16c 

4ZE — All metal, galvanized iron, 
sure catch, the least touch means 
sure death, no smell, per doz. , 36c 

4 4 ZE- Same, for rats, per doz., 90c 

416E— .i-hole metallic, made out of 
one niece of tin, beats them all for 
catching mice per doz. . 36c 



GURRY COMBS. 

4186E — Solid 
back steel 
curry comb, 

^^^mw 8 r o w s 

^r^^-^ra-^W tegti,^ shank 

runs through handle and riveted, 
best steel, black japanned han- 
dle, solid back per doz., $0.75 

SCAUES. 

4 IE— Spring balance scale, 
24 pounds, will weigh 
anything under 25 

pounds per doz., .48 

43E ~ As above, except 
made for light and heavy 
work, will weigh up to 
50 pounds, by pounds, 

per doz., 1.05 
45 2E- Spring bal- 
ance scale, with 
retinned pan sus- 
pended by 3 
chains, per doz., 1 
419E -- Butchers' 
scale, brass dial, 
nickel rim, large 
black figures, 
weighs 25 pounds 
I by ounces, white 
I enameled round 
pan, each in 
wood box, each, 1 

419E. $1.98 Each. 




50 



98 



COFFEE MILLS. 




4950E, $1.36 Doz. 488SE, $2.35 Doz. 

4950E— 532 inches square, grinder, 
thumb-screw attachments to reg- 
ulate fine or coarse grinding, box 
dovetailed and regular size 
drawer per doz., 1.36 

4888E-Ever leady mill, solid square 
canister, holds 1 pound of coffee, . 
will grind or pulverize, each mill 
mounted on finely finished board, 
1 dozen in case per doz., 2.35 

CURTAIN POLES. 

422E— 5i-inch 
ribbed poles 
4 feet long, 
2 screw 
brackets and highly polished fancy 
brass ball ends, used without 
rings, 3 dozen in case, case lots, 

per doz., .78 
Less than case per doz., .90 




BETTER GOODS FOR SAME MONEY. 

North Vernon, Ind., May 29, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Dear Sirs— I am well pleased with 
your goods. They are better goods 
than I can get elsewhere for the 
same money. Baltimore Bargain 
House is rightly named. 
Yours resoectfully, 

WILLIAM HAINES. 



We have no agents — no branches — no retail connections. 



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COAT HANGERS. 

O 4515 E— 

S Hard- 

I wood 

=''==^ coat 

rack, or 
shoul- 
der, suitable for either ladies' or 
men's wearing apparel, with wire 
hook in center to hang up, one of 
the most sensible racks made, in 

lots of 100 each, $0.02 

Less than 100 per doz., .30 

CEDAR WOOD FAUCETS. 

452E — The only 
faucet worth using. 
^gr-'S^ jSK^ Made of clear cedar, 
" ,' 1 true bored and tested 
taps. 

'i'-mch per doz., .60 

8-inch per doz. , .70 

9-inch per doz., .82 

WARMER'S CROWH FAUCET. 

ij^3 This standard 

/P^ faucet is too well 

known to require 
! comment; it sells 
wherever s h ow n ; 
has metal key and is leather lined. 

40E— 7>2-inch per doz., .93 

41E-9-inch per doz., 1.20 

WOOD CHAIR SEATS. 
First quality goods, made of 3 
layers of veneer laid cross grain, 
which gives them stiffness and pre- 
vents splitting. 






Square, Birch. 

Square, Birch. 

Per doz. 

12 inch $0.35 

13 inch 38 

14 inch 40 



15 inch 45 20 inch 

Square, Imitation Walnut 

Per doz. 

15 inch $0.48 

16 inch 53 



Ball Top, Birch. 

Per doz. 

IS inch $0.52 

17 inch 62 

18 inch 72 



.84 



17 inch 66 

18 inch 75 



Ball Top, Birch. 

Per doz. 

12 inch $0.35 

13 inch 38 

14 inch 40 

15 inch 45 

Ball Top, Imitation Walnut. 

Per doz. 

13 inch $0.41 

14 inch 42 

15 inch 48 



16 inch 52 

17 inch 62 

18 inch 72 

20 inch 84 



16 inch 53 

17 inch 66 

18 inch 75 



CONFIDENT OF A SAVING 

OF 15 TO 20 PER CENT. 



Edneyburg, Ky., July 27, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — This is the second bill 
of goods I have bought from you this 
year and I am very well pleased with 
the goods. I think I can save money 
by buying of you. I am confident 
that I can save from 15 to 20 per cent. 
Respectfully, 

H. M. SNYDER. 



LEATHER HEELS AMD SOLES. 

Our Hemlock leather soles are 
guaranteed by the best tanner in 
the country to be the best value for 
the money. 1 dozen pairs — rights and 
lefts — in package, sizes, to 12. 




50 



60 




407E— Best hemlock leather heels, 
medium weight, shaped and cut 
ready for use, 1 dozen pairs in 

bundle per doz. pairs, $0.35 

410E— 4 inches thick to the dozen, 

per doz., .98 
41 IE— Soles iX inches to the dozen, 

per doz., 1.25 
41 2E— Soles 5 inches to the dozen, 

per doz., 1.30 
4 1 3E— Soles 6 inches to the dozen, 

per doz., 1 
4 1 4E— Soles 7 inches to the dozen, 

per doz., 1 
"MESCO" AIR TIGHT 

WOOD HEATERS. 
Not IL.iiied. 

41 8E — Size 17x- 
14x13 ?i, collar 
5 inches, weight 
(crated) 14 
pounds. ..each, 

421 E— Size 19Mx- 
nXxl5}i, col- 

t' •'tiUll^HBi lar 5 inches, 

^b^^^^g weight (crated) 
.^ffllillHHi^^H 20 pounds, 

each, 
424E— Size233v'x- 
23xl7}o^, collar 
6 incheSi^ weight (crated) 28 

pounds each, I 

Lined. 
4118E-Size 17xl4xl3?i, collar 5 
inches, weight (crated) 14 pounds, 

each, 

4121E— Size 19Hx\7Kxl5}4 , collar 
5 inches, weight (crated) 20 

pounds each, 1.25 

4I24E— Size 23Kx23xl7X, collar 7 
inches, weight (crated) 28 pounds, 

each, 1.60 
• HEATER. 
4 3 E — This 
heater has 
all the latest 
improve- 
ments, 
stands 25 
inches high, 
best Russian 
iron drum, 
the celebra- 
ted H. B. & 
H. brass oil 
fount, new 
indicator, 
paten t 
^■~ ^^ < --^ ar<t^^:>'fa smokeless 
J/ ~'^y m d e v i c e , 9- 
f' M ^ inch double 
thick cir- 
cular wick, 
stamped steel frame, base and 
feet, black finish, 1 in crate, each, 3.25 
431 E— As above, but fully nickeled, 
1 in crate each, 3.45 



,80 



1. 10 



.35 



.95 




DRIP OR ROASTING PANS. 




Made of best quality sheet iron, 
extra heavy. 

No. Size. Per doz. 

1 6x9 $0.46 

2 7x10 50 

3: 8x10 53 

4 9x12 69 

5 10x14 90 

6 11x16 1.10 

7 12x17 1.25 

8 14x15 1.25 

9 16x17 1.60 

DRESS SUIT CASES. 




471 E- Patent waterproof material, 
rich olive color, good brass finished 
spring lock and side bolts, riveted 
leather corners, will last for years. 
22 in., $0.80 [24 in., $0.85 | 26 in., $1.00 




4166E— Patent "Keratol" water- 
proof, imitation leather, extra deep, 
8 inches deep by 13 inches wide, 
English handle, side straps and side 
bolts, inside shirt pocket. 
22 in.. each, $2.80 I 26 in... each, 3.1 
24 in.. each, 2.90 i 

TELESCOPE CASES. 




4BOE— Best quality canvas, cloth 
lined, leather comers, copper 
nailed, solid leather straps and 
handle, 1-16, 1-18, 1-20, 1-22, sold 
by nest of 4 only per nest, 1 .6b 



TRUNKS. 




425E-Top covered with embossed 
zinc and sheet iron, frtnt covered 
with embossed zinc and black iron, 
5 hardwood slats across top, 1 
along the front, good lock and 
side bolts, corner irons, tray with 
covered partition, wooden bottom 
protected with 3 slats on rollers. 
24 in... each, $1.19 130 in... each, Si.:0 
26 in.. .each, 1.25 32 in. ..each, 1.70 
28 in... each, 1.30 | 34 in. ..each, 1.90 



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America's greatest wholesale stocks of holiday goods await you here. 



TINWARE. 



STAMPED J'lE PLATES. 

Per doz. 

6, plain $0.14 

7, plain 14 

8, plain 17 

9, plain 20 

10, plain $0.25 I 10, deep 29 

9, deep 24 | 

STAMPED RINSING PANS. 
Plain. 






8-quart per doz. , .92 

10-quart per doz. , 1 .05 

14-quai-t per doz., 1 .25 

17-quart per doz., -1.63 

WASH BOWLS. 




6, plaia 9'2-in 30 

7, " llK-in 39 

8, " 13X-in 52 

FLOUR SIFTERS. 






GALVANIZED 
WATER 

PAILS. 

Extra heavy pro- 
tected bottoms, 
riveted ears, heavy 
bail handle. 

Less 
Doz. lots. quantity. 
Per doz. Per doz. 

8-quart.. $1.20 $1.35 

10-quart 1.35 1.50 

12-quart 1.58 1.70 

14-quart.^ 1.82 1.85 

SPECIAL VALUE IN 

S-GALLON OIL CANS, 

You can sell a 75c can for .50c. We 
purchased the made up stock of the 
"American Can Co.," the heaviest 
and best galvanized oil cans on the 
market, and offer them at less than 
cost of manufacture. 
455E— Eureka, S-gallonoil or gaso- 
lene can, made of extra heavy 
galvanized iron, has 2 swedges on 
body, heavy breast, wide spout, 
expansion screw cap, in lots ol 1 



dozen. . .per doz., 3.75 
J2 dozen lots, 

per doz., 3.85 
456E— As above, 
with compression 
faucet, best can 
made, today 'sprice 
$4.95; our under- 
selling price, i n 
doz. lots, per doz., 3.65 
J-2 dozen lots, 

per doz., 3.85 




455E, $3.75 Doz. 



RAZORS. 



5 



.67 



.75 



41E. 70c Doz. "Giant" Sifter. 

41 E— "Gem," Acme agitator, will 
not pull apart or drag in revolv- 
ing, 2 dozen in case 70 

The "Giant" — Heavy tin, patent 

agitator, 1 dozen in case 

4 43E-IXXX tin, heaviest sifter 
made, Hunter style, side handle, 
4 extra strong agitators, all pol- 
ished, 1 dozen in case 1 

44E - The "Perfection," patent 
spring bottom, opens and closes 
with spring, 1 dozen in case. ... 1 
^^^^4 I E — 
8.™.^ .^^^^ Combi- 
nation 
sifterand 
strainer, 
heavy 
tin, 
heavy 
410E, 89c Doz. wire a g i- 

tator, and riveted handle 89 

MIIM PANS. 

M-pint 12 

1-pint 15 

1-quart .19 

2-quart 28 

3-quart 32 

4-quart $0.40 | 8 quart 62 

6-quart 53 | 10-quart 75 




II8IE — Fancy embossed rubber 
handle, white celluloid tips, ■'k 
inch, "Extra Hollow Ground" 
etched on blade, square point, 
fully polished, each in gilt 
stamped case, 

(doz., $4.50); each, $0.40 

SCISSORS. 





NO COMPLAINTS TO MAKE. 



Wilcox, Ga., June 4, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — No complaints to 
make. Goods and prices are 0. K. 
Will give you more business. 

Respectfully, h. P. WILCOX. 




STOVE BRUSHES. 



45E;0E— Dau- 

~. ber tnd, 4 
-4. r o w s o f 
fi stiff black 
"//ill i :i'; ■ ,1 , I ; '..■ tampico, in- 
side rowi V. liite, outside rows black, 
solid hardvvood 9-inch back, 3-.. dozen 
in package per doz., 70c 




tampico. . ("I'ls i'V.i 
rows \\ liile laiiipU'i 



SOLID BACK SCRUB BRUSHES. 

r- 4 6 7 E — 

*S. ^ - "Boss," 4 

rows white 
'cting have 5 
solid back, 
per doz., $0.68 

CORN WHISK FLOOR BROOMS, 

" BLUE RIBBON" BRAND. 

4 9 9 E - Full 
No. 6 Size, 
newlinecorn 
whisk, 
weighs 16 
pounds to 
dozen, 2- 
string sew- 
ing, all clear 
handles, 

per doz., 1.32 

9 8 E — Full 

No. 7 Size, 
weighb ^c i.M^.i.ds to dozen, 3-string 
sewing, tin cap per doz., 1 .56 

497E— Full No. 8 Size, weighs 19 to 
20 pounds to dozen, 4-string sew- 
ing, tin cap per doz., 2.16 

496E— Full No. 9 Size, weighs 25 
potmds to dozen, 5-string sewing, 
tin cap per doz., 2.75 

497LE— Extra Large Store or Ware- 
house Broom, weighs 36 pounds to 
dozen, 5-string sewing, tin cap, 

per doz., 3.10 

WHISK BROOKS. 

41 15E- Ex- 
tra large 
andheavy, 
well filled, 
2 strings, 





1002E — Flyer, full nickel plated 

with brass screw and nut, put up 

1 dozen in box, assorted sizes, 6, 

I 7, 8 and 9 inches long, would be 

cheap at $1.25; our price, per doz. , .69 

REVOLVING RAZOR 

STROP ASSORTMENT. 

1225E— Corrugated tin wire rack, re- 
volving top, holds 
1 dozen strops sus- 
pended on hooks, 
can be hung over 
the counter by 
wire or cord at- 
tached to ceiling, 
assortment con- 
sists of 1 dozen 
.■strops of various 
makes and styles, 
liorsehide, calfskin 
and porpoise, ele- 
fiant i-aiiie to sell 
'it 25c each, 
per assortment, 2.00 



wire bound, plush cap, 1 dozen in 

box per doz. , 

SHOE BRUSHES. 



,85 




410E— 10c leader, good quality, 5 
rows good stock tampico, dauber 

attached per doz., ,75 

HAIR BRUSHES. 




188E— 'J i. - of pure china stiff 
bristles, solid back, S% inches 
long, oval shape, in ebony, rose- 
wood, cherry and walnut finishes, 
subject to n'anufacturers' imper- 
fections per doz., .72 



1808E - Metallic hair brush, 12 
rows polished brass wii-e, war- 
ranted not to rust, satin finished 
ebonized back, shaped handle, }4 
dozen in box per doz., 2.10 



Buy liberally of dolls. They're easy to sell at good pro&ts. 



19 



CHINA LIMB DOLLS. 





0102E, 37c Doz. 0105E, 37c Doz. 

Our Special Line of China Limb 
Dolls— No merchant should be with- 
out these goods the year round. 
Well proportioned bodies, china 
heads, assorted blondes and bru- 
nettes, pretty faces, painted shoes 
and stockings. 
01 OOE- Lengthen inches, 2 dozen 

in box per doz., $0.21 

OIOIE — Length 8 inches, 1 dozen in 

box per doz. , 

01 02E— Length 9X inches, 1 dozen 

in box per doz. , 

0103E — Length 12 inches, 1 dozen 

in box perdoz., 

0104E — Length 17 inches, }i dozen 

in box per doz., 1 

Glazed China Limb Dolls — Fine 
glazed heads, arms and shoes, with 
colored bow knots, painted feet, 
well proportioned bodies. 
0105E — Length 8 inches, 1 dozen in 

box per doz., 

1 06E— Length 12X inches, 1 dozen 

in doz per doz., 

0107E — Length 15 inches, }i dozen 

in box perdoz., 1.15 

0108E— Length 18 inches, }i dozen 

in box perdoz., 1.89 

Our Bargain Col- 
ored Body China 
Limb Dolls - Bod- 
ies made of red, 
white and blue 
cloth, assorted, 
well proportioned, 
unglazed bisque 
heads with painted 
features, painted 
shoes and stockings; 
always prove good 
sellei-s. 

011.3E — Length 9>^ 
inches, 1 dozen in 

box per doz., .37 

01 I4E— Length UK 
inches, 1 dozen in 
box per doz. , 

01 1. 5 E— Length 14 M 
inches, 1 dozen in 
0113E. 37c Doz. box per doz. 



.35 



.37 



.71 



.85 



.37 



.78 




.78 



1.15 



West Union, Ills., April 10, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen— I consider the B.B.H. 
one of the lowest priced houses in 
the country, taking quality into con- 
sideration. Yours respectfully, 

-j* E. A. SNYDER. 




FRENCH DRESSED DOLLS. 

f^i.^2h 0801 E — Length 12 
inches, fine m.od- 
eled bisque head, 
glass eyes, painted 
eyebrows, visible 
teeth, long curly 
blonde and bru- 
nette hair, jointed 
arms and limbs, 
silkfinishedplaited 
skirt, with loose 
front shirtwaist 
and sateen collar- 
ette trimmed with 
0801E. S2.25 Doz. gold braid, white 
shoes and stockings with nickel 
buckles, large bonnet to match 

costume perdoz., $2.25 

0802E — Length 12 
inches, new mod- 
eled bisque head, 
glass eyes, visible 
teeth, blonde or 
brunette hair, 
fancy costume of 
good quality ma- 
terial, shoes and 
stockings with 
metalbuckles, bon- 
net to match cos- 
tume... per doz., 2.25 
0807E — Length 14 
inches, large new 
modeled bisque 
head with moving 
eyes, visible teeth, 
long blonde or bru- 
nette curly hair, 
jointed arms and 
limbs, costume 
trimmod with 
' fancy colored edg- 
ing and bonnet to 
-jjjTj^^-^ match, real shoes 
W l| and stockings, 

^ 1^ per doz., 3.85 

0809E — Length 14 
inches, large new 
modeled b i s q u e 
head, glass eyes, 
openmouth, visible 
teeth, long blonde 
and brunette curly 
hair, real shoes and 
stockings, costume 
of gingham mater- 
ial with white 
front bosom with 
large collarette 
trimmed with bow 
knots, bonnet to 
match, very at- 
0809E, t3.85 Doi. tractive, per doz. , 3 .85 




0807E, $3.83 Doz. 




French Dressea Dolls— Coitllnued. 

081 IE— Length 14 inches, new mod- 
eled large size bisque head, large 
glass eyes, visible teeth, long 
curly blonde or brunette hair, real 
shoes and stockings, fancy shirt- 
waist, trimmed with lace and gold 
braids, loose sleeves, large bonnet 
to match costume, trimmed with 
lace per doz., $3,85 

081 5E— Length 14 
inches, fine mod- 
eled bisque head 
withsleeping eyes, 
visible teeth, curly 
blonde and bru- 
nette hair, real 
shoes and stock- 
ings, silk costume, 
full width plaited 
skirt, fancy loose 
blouse effect shirt- 
waist trimmed 
with lace, lace col- 
la re t te , loose 
sleeves, bonnet to match costume, 
trimmed with gold braid and bow 
knots per doz., 4.15 

081 6E — Length 14 inches, fine mod- 
eled large size bisque head, sleep- 
ing eyes, open mouth showing 
ing teeth, long blonde or brunette 
hair, real shoes and stockings, 
flannel costume with loose jacket 
and mull shirtwaist, large red 
bonnet trimmed with ribbons to 
match costume per doz., 4.15 




0815E. $4.15 Doz. 




SEWING LAMP. 

A 5 2 E — Crystal 
embossed, with 
chimney to match, 
complete with No. 
2 burner, 19 inches 
high, packed 10 in 
barrel (barrel, 
35c extra) , 

each, 42c 



'IRVINGTON" KLONDIKE GOLD BANDED ASSORTMENT. 




Rich press cut pattern, extra heavy gold bands burnt in and will not wash 
off; a very attractive number and one of our best sellers; the assortment contains 
the following: 



12 5-inch Nut Bowls. 
12 7'-!-inch Plates. 

6 handled Olives — crimped. 

6 4-inch Rose Bowls. 
Total, S dozen pieces in barrel. 



6 Cream Pitchers. 
12 5-inch Berry Dishes — 

square shape. 
6 Su^ar Dishes. 



12 .5' L-inch Jelly Dishes. 
12 Larpe Tumblers. 
12 Goblets. 



perdoz., 82c 

Barrel, 35c e:^ra. 



20 The present is the time to buy Christmas presents. Assortments are now complete. 




LADIES' FOLDIMG WORK TABLES. 

An article needed in every house- 
hold, and one that will draw business 
if sold at the right price. Made of 
selected stock, oil finish, has yard 
measure, patent folding device, and 
fancy turned legs. 

" 035NE— Size 

19x36, 2 4 
inches 
high, 1 
dozen in 
crate, 

perdoz.,$4.25 
036NE— Size 
18x36, 24 inches high, varnished, 
hardwood top, polished, has yard 
measure, legs on hinges, patent 
folding device, 6 in crate. . . .each, .60 

ALARM CLOCKS. 

Columbia Nickel 
Alarm Clock— 30- 
hour time, 4>2 -inch 
dial, made by one 
of America's fore- 
m o s t manufac- 
turer. An alarm 
clock is worthless 
.^^^^^^^^ unless it gives 
f -_-^^ satisfaction. We 
guarantee every one of these 
clocks. You may pay others more 
for the same goods, but get no 
better results each, .47f^ 

ENAMELED WOOD CLOCKS. 



JEWELRY, Etc. 

ROLLED AMD GOLD PLATE 

LINK GUFF BUTTONS. 



' ASSORTMENTS OF LADIES' 

FANCY SET RINGS 






9032E — An assortment of link cuff 
buttons, put up in fancy glass top 
display cabinet, size of cabinet 
7Mx9?4 inches, holds 24 pairs of 
rolled plate lever end link but- 
tons, in plain and Roman finishes, 
and chased and stone set, 

per doz. pairs, $0, 






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91 88E — Magnificent assortment of 
fancy single, double and triple 
setting rings, latest patterns, can 
be sold at 10c and 15c each, as- 
sorted sizes; order a tray and you 
will want more; put up 6 dozen in 
fancy display tray. . . per doz., $0.80 

WATCHES. 



METAL WATCH FOBS. 



Climber — Black enamel wood, a 
good imitation of iron, 4 columns, 
highly bronzed in green, gilt feet 
and handles, runs 8 days with one 
winding, size 15^oxll?f; great 
sellers each, 2.85 

FANCY GOLD PLATED CLOCKS. 

Each in pasteboard box. 

Imp — Gold 
plated, rich 
and hand- 
some, good 
quality 3- 
inch ivorine 
dial, bevel 
plate ciys- 
tal, gilt re- 
flector, runs 
32 hours with 
one winding, 
dimensions 
11x8... each, .80 




9 .5 2 E — 

Assort- 
ment of 
6 beau- 
t if u 1 
designs 
in metal 
fobs to 
ret ail 
at 10c, 
doz., . 



PAD CHAINS. 



1 dozen assorted 
designs on fa ncy 
easel display pad. 

9629E— Electro 
gold plate, 12 as- 
sorted styles, on 
panel wood dis- 
play pad, spring 
swivel, per doz., 






KENTUCKY MERCHANT 

BUYS HERE TO ADVANTAGE. 



Yosemite, Ky., July 5, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — Goods received and 
opened up all 0. K. We are well 
pleased with the line. After paying 
freight we find we can buy goods 
from your house and make money by 
doing so. Veiy respectfully, 

E. E. KELSAY. 



%E, 35c Doz. 



9410E, 65e Doz. 



96E— Heart desig:n, plain polished, 
set with white stone .... per doz. , 



,35 



91 E— Neat gilt and enameled de- 
signs, set with white stone, .doz., .35 



'<^^ 




9S98E. 20c Doz. 



94rOE — Cluster 
shape, set with 
10 brilliant 
white stones, 
colored stone in 
center, per doz., .65 

HAT PIN. 

9898E — Twisted 
wire, set with 
colored stones, 

per doz., .20 



'B. B. H. Special"— Thin model, 
16-size, solid nickel case, hinge 
back, movement has lever escape- 
ment, lantern pinions, hour, min- 
ute and second hands, winds and 
sets in back, runs 30 to 36 hours 
with one winding, printed guar- 
antee for 1 year with each watch, 
made by one of America's most 
renowned manufacturers, each in 
box each, .57J^ 




9550E— "Our Banner," 18 size, ex- 
tra heavy silveroid case, dust- 
proof, will not tarnish, screw 
back and bezel, fitted with 7-jew- 
eled New Era American move- 
ment, stem-wind, lever set, each, 1 .85 



Depend upon us for correct tilling and prompt shipping of your orders. zi 




7.50 
7.50 
7.50 
7.50 
7.50 



DR UG DE PT. 

FLAVORIHG EXTRACTS 

AND BOTTLED GOODS. 

No. 10 goods assorted in gross lots, 
$'.30, Packed 1 dozen in wood box. 

Per Per 
doz. gross. 

No. 10— 

Lemon. .$0.65 $7.50 

No. 10- 

Vanilla. . .65 7.50 

No. 10— 

Orange. . .65 7.50 

No. 10— 

Banana.. .65 7.50 
No. 10- 
Pineapple .65 

No. 1 0— Strawberry 65 

No. 10 — Cinnamon 65 

No. 10 — Peppermint 65 

No. 10 — Spirits Camphor. . . .65 
No. 10 — Solution Carbolic 

Acid, for medicinal use. . . 

No. 10— Paregoric 

No. 10 — Laudanum 

No. 10— Spirits Nitre 

No. 10 — Tincture Iron 

No. 10 — Tincture Iodine 

No. 10 — Glycerine 

Ko. 10 — Tincture Arnica. . . 

No. 10 — Syrup Ipecac 

No. 10— Syrup Squills 

No. 10 — Syrup Rhubarb.... 
No. 10— Cox's Hive Syrup.. 
No. 10— Golden Tincture... 
No. 10 — Balsam Copaiba. . . 

No. 10 — Benzine 

No. 10-Castor Oil.. 

No. 10— Camphorated Oil.. 

No. 10-Sweet Oil 

No. 10— Oil Tar 

No. 10— Spirits Turpentine. 
No. 10 — Jamaica Ginger, a 

concentrated extract for 

medicinal use 65 7.50 

4 Ounces Jamaica Ginger, 

put up in picnic flask 70 

No. 5— Vanilla 32 

No. 5 — Lemon 32 

No. 5 — Cinnamon 32 

No. 5 — Peppermint 32 

No. 5 — Laudanum 42 

No. 5 — Paregoric 42 

No. 5— Spirits Nitre 42 

No. 5 — Tincture Iron 42 

No. 5— Glycerine 42 

No. 5— Castor Oil 42 

No. 5— Sweet Oil 42 

No. 5 — Spirits Turpentine. . .42 

No. 5 — Asafoetida 35 

No. 1 0— Asafoetida 65 

No. 5— Sugar Lead 35 

Godfrey's Cordial 39 

British Oil 39 

Bateman's Drops 39 

Calomel 58 

Blue Mass 39 

Turlington's Balsam 39 

Mercurial Ointment 39 

Oil Cloves 65 

Oil Cinnamon 65 

Oil Lemon 65 

Quicksilver 72 



65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


7.50 


65 


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65 


7.50 


65 


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8.00 

3.75 

75 

75 

75 

90 

90 

4.90 

4.90 

4.90 

4.90 

4.90 

4.90 

4.00 

7.50 

4.00 




TALCUM POWDER. 

Mennen's Berated Tal- 
cum per doz. , $1.35 



HEAVY DRUGS. 

Alum (lump) per pound, $0, 

Asafoetida, Gum per pound, , 

AsafcEtida, Purified — This pre- 
paration is packed 1 pound in 
box; each ounce is wrapped and 

labeled per pound, . 

Borax (lump) per pound, 

Borax (powdered) per pound, 

P20 — Borax (powdered); "20- 

mule Team," per doz., , 

Bluestone ' per pound, 

inbbls., 400 lbs., 

per pound, 

P920— Camphor Balls, packed in 

sliding boxes containing about 

75 balls .. (gross boxes, $4.25); 

per doz. boxes, , 

Camphor Balls per pound, 

"in bbls. ; 200 lbs., 
per pound, 

Copperas per pound, , 

inbbls., 400 lbs., 

per pound, 

Cream Tartar, chemically pure, 

per pound. 

Cream Tartar, extra No. 1; extra 

fine, in 6-lb. boxes, .per pound, , 

Flaxseed Meal per pound, 

" inbbls.; 200 lbs., 
per pound. 

Flaxseed per pound. 

Gum Arabic per pound. 

Insect Powder (Persian), pound, 
Indigo, best quality. . .per pound. 
Potash, Bromide, in 1-lb. pack- 
ages per pound. 

Potash, Bromide, in >2-lb. pack- 
ages . . per pound. 

Potash, Chlorate per pound. 

Rosin per pound. 

Sage (ground) per pound. 

Salts, Epsom per pound. 

Salts, Epsom, in bbls., 325 lbs., 

per pound, 

Salts, Epsom, "Crystal" Brand; 

put up in 3i-lb. cartons; 4 dozen 

in case per case, 

Salts, Glauber per pound. 

Salts, Rochelle per pound. 

Saltpetre (crystal); chemically 

pure per pound. 

Saltpetre (common) ..per pound. 
Saltpetre (powdered), per pound. 

Senna Leaves per pound. 

Seed, Celery per pounds 

Seed, Mustard (white) .. .pound. 
Soda, Phosphate (granular) ; 1-lb. 

packages per pound, 

Sugar Lead per pound. 

Sulphur per pound. 

Sulphur, in bbls., 175 lbs., pound, 

Sulphur (refined) H-\h. cartons; 

1 dozen in box per doz. , 



30 



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.16 

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.38 



CIGARS, TOBACCO, Etc. 







PETROLEUM JELLY. 

P4 6E — Pure and 
highly concentrated 
essence of petro- 
leum, full 2-ounce 
bottles, nickel screw 
tops, 1 d o z e n in 
wood box, 
(gr., $2.75); doz., $0.24 

P4 8 E— Highly per- 
fumed 2-ounce 
screw-cap bottles. 



CICARS. 




Sports — A 

well made 
cigar, 
good, free 
smoke, 50 
in box, 

per ICOO, $7.50 
M e r 
Girl- 



r y 

Pu- 



Sports. 

ritanos shape, well made, good 
combination filler, Connecticut 
wrapper, 50 in box . 




..per 1000, 10.00 
G e n e r a 1 
Qoodfel- 

low— Club- 
h o u s e 
s h a p e , 
each cigar 
b anded, 
made of 

General Goodfelluw. carefully 

selected and well cured stock, 
Connecticut wrappers, has no 
equal as a trade maker, 50 in box, 

(100, $1.50); per 1000, 14.00 

A me ric an 
Eagle — 

Large 
perf ecto 
shape, fine 
combina- 
tion long 
filler, each 
cigar 
American Eagle. banded, al- 

ways pleases, 50 in box, 

(100, $1.75); per 1000, 17.00 



P46E, 24c Doz. 
1 dozen in wood box, 

(gross, $3.25); per doz., .28 
P47E — Strictly pure 5-ounce bot- 
tles, otherwise same as P46E, can 
be sold at 5c, 1 dozen in wood box, 

(gross, $4.50); per doz., .38 
P45E — Put up in 1-pound jars, metal 
tops, 1 dozen in wood box. ..doz., .75 





f 

Havanola— The greatest 5c cigar on 
earth; latest Cuban Perf ecto 
shape, best grade long Havana 
filler, Sumatra wrapper, 4M 

inches, 50 in box per 1000, 34.00 

STOGIES AMD CHEROOTS. 
Spanish Seed Stogies— Long filler, 
hand-made, extra quality, 6 inches, 
100 in drum shape box, per 1000, 11.00 
Old Virginia Cheroots— Fine quality 
to retail 3 for 5c, 250 in box, 1000, 1 1 .60 
CIGARROS AMD CIGARETTES. 
,.H,Qii,-r^ I Chiquita Cigar- 
t^'""'; / ros-Long 
'^~ I filler, an excel- 
««™t?^t-?- / lent short 
E^s smoke, 10 in 
_^M bundle, 100 in 
CwijjjfTS I^ box, tobacco 

wrapped, 
Chiquita. per 1000. 7.00 

Turban CIgarros — 10 in pack, to- 
bacco, wrapped per 1000, 3.50 

Recruit Cigarettes— 10 in pack, to- 
bacco wrapped per lOCO, 3.80 

Drum— 20 in pack, paper wrapped, 

per 1000, 1.80 

Sweet Caporal— 10 in pack, paper 
wi-apped per 1000, 3 .80 

Turkish Trophies— 10 in pack, cork 
tip, paper wrapped per 1000, 7.60 




ZZ Use our catalogue. It brings us as near to you as your nearest mail box. 



SMOKING TOBACCOS. 

Granulated. 




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Royal Mixture— 2}^ -ounce linen 

bags ; retails at 5c per bag; a sweet 

smoke; will not bite the tongue; 5 

pounds to carton. ...per pound, $0.23 

Old Virginia Mixture — 16-ounce 

packs per pound, .20 

In 25-pound lots per pound, .19 

Victory — 23-2 -ounce bags.per pound, .26 
Wah Wah — 1%-ounce bags, pound, .33 
Dulse's Mixture — IJa-ounce bags, 

per pound, .37 
Blackwell's Durham — 1-ounce bags, 

per pound, .63 

PLUG AMD PLUG GUT TOBACCOS, 

Town Tallv — 14-ounce plug, 14pounds 

to box •. . . .per pound, .28 

Sensation — IJ^-oz. foil pack., pound, .38 



PIPES. 




X248E 



X248E— 
Bulldog, 
large size, 
briar bowl, 
with rub- 




berized stem, nickel ferrule, excel- 
lent 10-center per doz., $0.75 

X5018E— 
B r i a r 
pipe as- 
s o r t - 
men t, 
neat and 
natty 

X5018E. 721/iic Doz. shapes, 

styles and sizes, bent and straight 
stems, rubber mouthpieces, great- 
est values ever offered to retail at 
10c; 3 dozen in box. . . .per doz., .7233 
X13E— French briar, assorted styles 
and shapes, new designs, some are 
carved ; bent and straight horn and 
amber colored bits; excellent 20c 
o.nd25cvalues; 1 dozeninbox,doz. , 1 . 25 




X502E— French briar, first quality 
and best makes, silver and gold 
mountings with horn, amber col- 
ored and hard rubber bits, 2 dozen 
in wicker basket per doz., 1.85 



MR. FISH HAS HOOKED 

SOME BARGAINS. 



Paint Lick, Ky., July 19, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — The goods received 
from you were all O. K. in every 
respect. Will mail you another order 
soon. Thanking you for your prompt- 
ness in filling order, I remain 

Yours truly, W. S. FISH. 



STATIONERY. 



COMPOSITION BOOKS. 




S611E, 3'jc Doz. S^iaK, 41c Duz. 

S61 IE— "Honor Bright," large 
size, 7%x9%, 72 pages of extra 
fine watermarked ink paper, 
sewedback,neatcover, per doz., $0.39 

S273E — Duckaline cover, cloth 
back, 144 pages of fine laid white 
paper, size 6Mx8>-s ; one of our 
iDest sellers per doz., .41 

PENCIL BOXES. 

S7046E— 



.©• 



~/ tops 



highly 

polished, assorted colors, contains 
lead and slate pencils, pen and 
holder, ruler and chalk, size 2}i'x.- 
VAxl%.. (gross, $5.00) ; per doz., 




.43 



S7047E — Ebony polished, fancy 
japanned decorations on cover, 
contains lead and slate pencils, 
pen and holder, ruler and chalk, 
size 2Mx8>8XlM per doz., .73 

CARTER'S INKS. 

S85E— Black letter, 
2-oz., wide mouth, }i 
gross in case, 

per gross, 2.95 
LEAD PENCILS. 




^Wffiff 



SHOE — Eagle, rubber inserted, 

per gross, .80 



S50E— Eagle, express, red pol- 
ished, nickeled tip and rubber, 

per gross, 1.10 



S5 1 7E— American Autograph, peb- 
bled surface, natural finish. No. 2 
lead (gross, $2.10); per doz._, .\t 



S557E — Velvet, hexagon, glass fin- 
ish oak, gilt cap rubber tip, finest 
No. 2 lead (gross, $4.20); per doz., .36 

PENCIL TABLETS. 

Smooth finish pencil paper, as- 
sorted covers with 
photographs of 

nt'oo. L-jc^i!^ leading universi- 
'"piV4^— =1 ? ties and colleges, 
with history of 
same on back. 

S1020E— Size 6x9, 
300 pages., doz., .39 

S1020DE -Double 
ruled . . . per doz. , .39 






.69 



.69 



INK TABLETS. 

American Superfine— Extra white 

wove paper, extra heavy, handsome 
cover, in dark blue and gold on blue 
glazed jjaper. 

S3223E — Note, size 
5x8, 200 pages, 

per doz., $0.43 
S3224E— Packet,size 
6x9, 144 pages, 

per doz., .43 
S3225E— Letter, size 
8x10, 80 pages, 

per doz., .43 

Dorchester Linen — Ruled, extra 
finish, watermarked linen paper, 
handsome cover in green em- 
bossed with gold. 

S5061E — Note, size 
5x8, 300 pages, 

per doz. , 
S5062E— Packet, size 
6x9, 216 pages, 

per doz., 
S5063E— Letter, size 
8x10, 120 pages, 

per doz., .69 

BOX PAPER. 

2.'t sheets and ZJt 

envelopes. 

S600E— "Garland, " 
ruled, good 
weight, full count, 
assorted colors, 
size of box 7>ix- 
5x1%, 

per doz. boxes, .38 

S2607E — "Bromp- 
ton, " Oxford size, 
ruled, good qual- 
ity, extra weight 
white plate fin- 
ished papoi-, wal- 
let envelope.?, ne&t 
box with embossed 
title and cover, 

per doz. boxes, .72 

S2608E— As above, 
octave size, 

per doz. boxes, .72 

CLOTH FINISH PAPER. 

S2659E — Japanese 
lawn, superior 
white lawn finish 
pajier, extra good 
weight, wallet en- 
velopes, attractive 
cover in gold and 
red on white, size 
of box ejsxSJsx- 

per doz. boxes, .96 




titiii E, 
o8c Doz. Boxes. 




S2608E, 
72c Doz. Boxes. 




1-; ... 

S2660E 



As above, size 73ix5xl%, 
per doz. boxes, 

CREPE TISSUE PAPER. 



.96 



S189E— In lots of 100 rolls, not less 
than 10 rolls of a color; 

(per 100, $4.40) ; per roll, .04^ 
Comes in following colors : 

Sll— Light green. 
S3S— Nile ereen. 
S13— Apple green. 
S3.5— Emerald green. 
S16— Moss green. 
S36^Leaf green. 
S20 — Geranium. 
S21— Cherry. 
S34— Ruhy. 
S34— I.ip-ht blue. 
K37 — Azure blue. 
S28— National blue. 
S29— Black. 



SOO— White. 
S33— Liglit blush pink. 
SOI- Dark blush pink. 
S02— Rose pink. 
S18— Pale coral. 
SOS— Apricot. 
S19— Dark coral. 
SOS— American beauty. 
S38— Violet. 
S05~Light purple. 
S06— Dark purple. 
S07— Canary. 
S09— Gold. 
S32— Orange. 



ne re equipped to take good care oi rush orders. Iry us! 



23 





MEMORANDA BOOKS. 

Duckaline covers, design in black 
and white check plaid, new and 
nobby, cloth stitched backs, extra 
super finished watermarked paper, 
and c columns, corking values 
for 5c. 

S2 1 E — Side open, 144 
pages, size 3?.ix6>8, 

per doz. , $0. 36 
S22E — As above, end 

open per doz., .36 

S21LE — As S21E, 
pocket ledger, index 
£2iE,36cDoz. in front per doz., .41 

TABL£ BIBLES. 

SI 850E — 

Size lOJi'x- 
12M, self- 
pronounc- 
ing, all new 
plates, 
clear type, 
strong, 
handsome 
and d u r- 
able bind- 
ings; con- 
tains Bible 
helps, 
maps, i 1 - 
lustrations, tables and collateral 
matter, illuminated marriage cer- 
tificate and family record for 
marriages, births, and deaths; 
bound in imitation leather, em- 
bossed and gilt title each, .70 

TEACHERS' BIBLES. 

Special Features — Concise pro- 
nouncing Bible dictionary, fully 
illustrated, combined concor'dance, 
contained under one alphabet; anew 
concordance, subject index, Bible 
atlas containing 12 coloi'ed maps. 
,S24E — Minion type, 
size 6%xJt% inches, 
16mo, Egyptian 
seal, divinity circuit, 
round corners, red 
under gold edges, 

each, .95 
S25E — Indexed, oth- 
erwise as S24E, 

each, 1.15 

TESTAMENTS. 

S109E — Rubij type, 
2 i m 0, size 5% x 3% 
inches, red cloth bound, 

cut flush per doz., .60 

SIOOE — Ruby type, 
32mo, size 3%x2% 
inches, leatherette, cut 
flush, round comers, 

red edges per doz. , .96 

SIOIE — As above, flexible French 
morocco, gold edges. . ..per doz., 2.10 

"ARUNGTON EDITION." 

7'2C Voluiue. 

Assortment of 50 titles that have been 
selected because of their great popu- 
larity. rZmo, bound in cloth. If you 
sample these assortments 
you're bound to reorder, 
for they never fail to sell 
readily and give satisfac- 
tion. 

No. 1 Assortment— 50 

in package, all different. 

No. 2 Assortment — 50 
in package, all different. 






THELMA 



MAROON AND WHITE SERIES. 

18c A'oluiue. 

Handsomest book ever offered at the 
price. Bound in maroon grain cloth, 
title on side and back in white leaf; 
printed on fine paper from large, clear 
type: every title complete and una- 
bridged, size 5,'i'x7>2, 12mo. 
, , 1 Adam Bede. Eliot. 

2 Aikenside. Holmes. 

3 Ardath. Corelli. 

4 Beulah. Evans. 

5 Black Rock. Connor. 

6 Black Beauty. Sewall 

7 Count of Monte Cristo 
Dumas. 

8 Darkness and Day- 
light. Holmes. 

Deemster, The. Caine. 

Donovan. Lyall. 

East Lynne. Wood. 

Elsie Venner. Holmes. 

English Orphans. Holmes. 

First Violin. Fothergill. 

Gold Elsie. Marlitt. 

Hardy Norsman. Lyall. 

Homestead on the Hillside. Holmes. 

The White Company. Doyle. 

Inez. Evans. 

In the Golden Days. Lyall. 

Ishmael. Southworth. 

Ivanhoe. Scott. 

Jane Eyre. Bronte. 



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MARIE COREIU 



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10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 

24 John Halifax. Mulock. 

25 Knight Errant. Lyall. 

26 Lamplighter. Cummins. 

27 Last Days of Pompeii. Lytton. 

28 Lena Rivers. Holmes. 

29 Little Minister. Barrie. 

30 Lorna Doone. Blackmore. 

31 Macaria. Evans. 

32 Micah Clarke. Doyle. 

33 Mildred. Holmes. 

34 Mill on the Floss. Eliot. 

35 Romance of Two Worlds. Corelli. 

36 Second Wife, The. Marlitt. 

37 Self-Raised. 

38 Shadow of a Crime. Caine. 

39 Silas Mamer. Eliot. 

40 Sketch Book. Irving. 

41 Tale of Two Cities. Dickens. 

42 Tempest and Sunshine. Holmes. 

43 Thelma. 

44 Uncle Tom's Cabin. Stowe. 

45 Under Two Flags. Ouida. 

46 Vendetta. Corelli. 

47 We Two. Lvall. 

48 Wide Wide World. Warner. 

49 Window in Thrums. 

50 Won By Waiting. Lyall. 

51 Wormwood. Corelli. 



SPECIAL PRAISE FOR 

OUR NOTIONS. 



Anniston, Ala. , March 31, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House : 

Gentlemen — The bill of goods 
ordered from you has been received 
in perfect order. We are highly 
pleased with e%'ery article, and find 
them to be just as represented in 
your illustrated catalogue. We are 
now mailing you an order for a bill 
of notions. We find that your 
notions, at your low prices, enable 
us to meet competition without fail. 
Yours truly, 

LANDHAM BROS. 



NOTIONS. 



AGATE SHIRT BUTTONS. 

Great errosa. 

KE— 1 gt. gr. in pkge. .$0.31 

120E— Kgt.gr. in pkge 59 

1 30E— >a gt. gr. in pkge 69 

l40E-kgt.gr. in pkge 79 

150E— K gt. gr. in pkge 89 

PEARL BUTTON ASSORTMENT. 

100 dozen to assortment. 






1301E — Selected pure American 
pearl, highly polished and fin- 
ished, every button perfect, 2- 
hole, 1 dozen on silver foil card, 
100 dozen in display cabinet, size 
14 to 22-line inclusive. . .cabinet, 2.75 

IMITATION BONE 

COLLAR BUTTONS 

Strong and durable. 
14606E — Imitation bone, 
pierced through cards, 

per gross, .1-4 

BONE DOLLAR BUTTON 

ASSORTMENT. 



168E— "The 
Jumbo," 
best French 
bone, large 
size,?; dozen 
on card, to 
sell at 5c per 
card, 48 
cards in cab- 
inet, 
per cabinet, 1, 




25 



GENUINE LETONTTE 

COLLAR BUTTONS. 

Warranted not to break. 




12E, 26c Gross. lOE, 30c Gross. 13E, 30c Gross. 

12E — White, high shank, 1 dozen 
on card, 1 gross in box gross, .26 

18E — Larger size, flat top, as above, 

per gross, .28 

lOE — Still larger per gross, .30 

12E— Black, 1 dozen on card, 1 
gross in box per gross, .30 

13E— Red, as above per gross, .30 

COMBINATION COLLAR 

BUTTON AND SCARF 

RETAINER. 

Can be retailed at Ic each. 

1 1 75E— Practical as a 

collar and sleeve 

^^5a> button or scarf 

IrtiM ^i^r-^^^ retaitier, b_one 

\ JB/ ^v?=^ back, patent 

i-^^'-^ '^J. ) double lever, 1 

gross in box, 

per gross, .65 



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Hanta Clans is a gooa salesman. Lrive mm a cnance. 




HOOKS AMD EYES. 

132E— The De- 
Long, japanned 
or silvered, 
none better 
made, 2 dozen 
on card, 1 gross 
in box, sizes 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4, 

(great gross, $2.85); gross, $0.25 

THIMBLE ASSORTMENTS. 

HOE— As- 
sortment 
of alum- 
inum and 
steel, 3 
dozen on 
fancy 
bouquet 
design, 
high 1 y 
li th o - 

...per card, .40 




g^raphed display card 



ME PLUS ULTRA BRASS PIHS. 

Oriole — Full count, 350 pins in 
each paper, 12 papers in glazed box. 

per box, .26 

per box, .29 

per box, .32 




Capsheaf — The new "coilless" 
style, fully nickeled, cannot catch 
in fabric, handsomely packed, 1 
dozen on white card; an improve- 
ment over all other styles; 1 gross 
in box. 

No. 2... gross, $0.38 | No. 3, gross, .52 
No. 2H, gross, .44 | 

HAIRPtMS. 






150E-Handy 
hairpin 
cabinet, 72 
small car- 
tons, 18 
pins each, 
crimped and 
stra i g h t , 
sizes 2%, 2H, 2% and 3 inches, 
assorted in hinged top glazed cab- 
inet; can he retailed at Ic carton, 

per cabinet, .50 

MILITARY FRONT PAO 

HOSE SUPPORTERS. 





1708E, 85c Doz. 



18E. $2.00 Dot 



1 708E— Military effect, mercerized 
pad, elastic frilled web, non- 
elastic bottom, nickeled loop and 
catch, 1 dozen assorted colors in 
box per doz., .85 

18E— Good quality satin pad, white 
jean lining, double stitched, 4 
straps of best elastic lisle web, 
fancy nickel slides, button clasp 
with silk loop, assorted colors^ 1 
dozen in box per doz., 2.00 



MEN'S HOSE SUPPORTERS. 

11 lOE— Imitation of 
the "Brighton," 
fancy plaids, elas- 
tic loom web, %- 
inch, nickel trim- 
mings, 1 dozen 
pairs in box, 
per doz. pairs, $0.40 

CROCHET COTTON. 

125E — A 
substi- 
tute for 
silk, sold 
in im- 
mense 





LS I LKRO N 'crochet COTTON i 



quantities; 12 spools in box, war- 
ranted 75 yards to spool, all the 
leading shades per doz., 

1 26 E — Assorted solid colors, 4Ve 
dozen in cabinet per cabinet, 

I27E — As above, variegated, 

per cabinet, 

RAW HORN FINE COMBS- 
AMERICAN MAKE. 

AU put vp 1 dozen in box. 



.22 



.92 



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No. 10.. per doz., .20 
No. 11.. per doz.,. 22> 
No. 12..perdoz., .25 
No. 13..perdoz., .27} 
No. 14.. per doz., .30 

BLONDE FINE COMBS. 

(American make) 




No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



fluted back. 

Warranted not 
warp or split, 
dozen in box. 

9— Size 2}ixVA per doz., 

. . .per doz., 
. . .per doz.. 



to 
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10— Size 2Hxl% 

11— Size 2%xU8 

12-Size 2%xVA per doz. 

No. 13— Size 3>gxl% . . . per doz.. 
No. 14-Size3>^xl%....perdoz., 

DIP PUFF COMBS. 

A 25c article to retail at lOc 
13IE — The new Universal combina- 
tion pompadour comb ; imitation 
tortoise shell, the dip effect, trans- 
formable to right 
or left, practi- 
cally three combs 
in one, well fin- 
ished, 1 dozen in 
box . . . .per doz., 

NOVELTIES IN FOREIGN 

DRESS TRIMMINGS. 

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.27K 
.323-^ 
.35 
.40 

.42M 
.48 



WHITTEMORE'S SHOE POLISH. 

Whittemore's 
"Baby Elite" 
Combination 
Polish and 
Dressing, for 
box calf, kid, 
vici kid, and all 
black chrome 
tanned leather; 
a box of paste 
and a bottle of 
65cDoz. i86E,$l.70Case. dressing in car- 
ton; 1 dozen in wood box. .doz., $0.65 
186E— Wliittemore's "Gilt Edge," 
for ladies' and children's, softens 
and presei-ves the leather, holds 
the luster longer than any other; 
in large bottles, each in leather- 
oid telescope box, 1 dozen in wood 
case per case, 1.70 

LADIES' WRIST BAGS. 

1 4 1 9 5 E— 

Giant 35c 
seller. Falk- 
land grain, 
gusse ted 
ends, lined, 
8 - i n c h 
square 
nickel frame 
and Vienna 
handle, size 9x432 inches, black or 
brown, K dozen in box, per doz., 2.00 
142I0E— Fine 
walrus grain 
leathe r, 2 
side com- 
partments, 1 
center 
frame com- 
partment, 
sateen lined, 
square gilt 
frame, plum knobs and Vienna 
handle caps, and neat Vienna 
handle, strap and button fastener 
closing all pockets, size 8}4'x.o}i 
inches, black and brown assorted, 
li dozen in box per doz., 4.50 

PURSES. 









1540E — Featherstitch pattern 
band trimming, fancy silk cen^ 
ter desrgns, 14 inch wide, made in 
all colors. 24 yds. to piece, doz.yds.,. .35 

HIGH GRADE FRENCH PERFUMES. 




121E — Triple extract, white nose,, 
heliotrope, violette, chyprev mu- 
guet, iris blanc and ' ' JockeyClub, ' ' 
7 assorted odors, in fancy shaped 
bottles, kid covered and ribbon- 
tied stoppers, 1 doz. in box„ doz., 2.00 



13tiu7E, 40c Doz. 13021E. 8dc Doz.. 

13007E— Russian calf, 3-ball fancy 
polished nickel frame. . .per doz., .40 

13021E — Extra large black kid 
purse, 4-ball nickel frame. ..doz., .SC 



A NEW CUSTOMER 

GIVES HIS OPINION. 



Sheffield, Ala., Aug. 11, '05. 
Baltimore Bargain House: 

Gentlemen — I am a new customer. 
Have only been buying from the 
B. B. H. since last March. However, 
the goods received from you in that 
time have opened up to my entire 
satisfaction, and I find some excel- 
lent values in your Notion Depart- 
ment, as well as bargains in the full 
line. Yours truly, 

I. LESTER FOSSICK. 




We Have No Traveling Salesmen! 

THOSE WHO CLAIM TO REPRESENT US ARE SWINDLERS. 

It should be pretty well understood, ere this, that the Baltimore Bar- 
gain House has no dnimmers on the road, but every once in a while we 
hear that someone is taking orders, or delivering goods, under the claim 
that he represents us. 

We have recently heard of a party of young men, hailing from Bal- 
timore, who are traveling about with tents and wagons. They pitch 
their tents and hang up signs saying that they represent the Baltimore 
Bargain House, and sell at wholesale or retail. 

These persons have absolutely no connection with us in any manner 
or form. Do not let them mislead you or impose upon you. 



Send for Our 160=Swatch Clothing Book 



A STOP=OVER PRIVILEGE 

OF TEN DAY S 

will be allowed at Baltimore on all tickets if availed of so as to reach 
destination by continuous passage within final return limit designated on 
your ticket, provided that you simply notify the train conductor of your 
desire to stop, and on arrival at station immediately deposit your ticket 
with the station ticket agent, who will give you a receipt for same. 
Tickets so deposited will be surrendered at any time within 30 minutes 
of the departure of the train on which the owner wishes to leave. 

This stop-over privilege may be enjoyed on the return trip from 
Atlantic City, or any other seaside resort, within the final limit of your 
ticket, provided that you notify train conductor and deposit your ticket 
with depot ticket agent immediately upon arrival. 



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BALTIMOKE CATERS TO THEM 



Goodn Specially Adapted To The 
Sontb Are Only To Bo FonnA Ii^ 
Baltimore Stocks. 



Snpplylngr The Sooth's Needs. 

New York merchantB, In Teacttlirg 
out for the trade of all sections, Xeep 
Instockonlygoodsof a general nature. 

Baltlmor* merchants, having sttid- 
led the needs of the South for 7eat% 
cater specially to Its wants. 

As a conseqnehcfl Southern mtr. 
chantii ^ho go to New Tork are con 
fronted with a mass of goods which 
they do cot want, while In Baltimore 
they are shown at once Just the arti- 
cles adaptable to their tnule. 

In explanation of their poaltfon the 
New Yorkers say they will gell to the 
Southern merchants just as they will 
to any other person who comes along, 
hut mase no speciarenort Toi South- 
ern trade, as It Is too small "for ns 
big fellows." 

Baltimore merchants not only haTa 
the goods which the Southern mer- 
chants want, but they are personally 
Interested In the progress of the Sontb 
and In all that pertains to It. 



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LOSING TO BALTIMORE 

New York In Alarm Over De- 
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A "HANDICAP OF 25 PER CENT. 



striking: Facts And Figrnres Gath- 
ered On The Scene That Point A 
Moral For The Shren-d Bnyer. 



Bnyers Should Note This. 

An Investigation by a statT corre- 
spondent of The Sdn shows that the 
nrerage yearly cost per square foot of 
floor area used by 24 leading whole- 
salers and manufacturers In Balti- 
more and New York Is 16 cents for 
Baltimore and 51 cents for New York. 

Other expenses of doing business 
In New York are at least 25 per cent, 
higher than here. 

In order to make a profit the N' w 
Yorker, allowing 5 per qent.' for the 
larger rolume of trcde he hopes to 
get. charges abotit 20 per cent. more, 
than a Baltimore merchant. In the 
same line. Of course, the customer 
pays the difference. 

It Is admitted that Baltimore Is 
winning from NeV York In the fight 
for Southern trade. The argument 
Is put forth that Gotham Will always 
have a large part of this tiade be- 
cause a buyer can have a "good time" 
in the metropolis. It is pointed out 
that the buyer will do better ^o trade 
in Baltimore and then, with what be 
can save through the lower prices 
here, he will have a much larger sum 
for Ills "good time" In New York, If 
he must have it 

It pmj> 10 trait in Baltimore. 



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READ WHAT THE NEWSPAPERS SAY! 



j|HE advantage that Baltimore, as a market, holds over New York is sospro- 
nounced that the leading newspapers are discussing the subject openly. 
The Baltimore "Sun's" staff correspondent in New York admits that the 
New York wholesale house is handicapped at least 25 per cent., as compared with 
a house of similar character in the Monumental City. 

Because of lower rents and more economical methods of trading, the Baltimore 
wholesaler can sell the same goods as the New Yorker at much lower prices. 
"It pays to buy in Baltimore" -and it pays best of all to buy of the 



BALTIMORE BARGAIN HOUSE.=