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DEPARTMENT INDEX, 



IF YOU WISH TO REFER TO ANY PARTICULAR CLASS OF MERCHANDISE, SEE THE DEPARTNIEMT INDEX BELOW. 
FOR COMPLETE ITEMIZED INDEX, TURN TO THE PINK PAGES AT END OF BOOK. 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 

475-516 
ARTISTS' MATERIALS - 167-168 
BABY CARRIAGES 652-656 

BARBERS' S'JPpliES - 692-696 
BICYCLES - - 346-357 

BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS - 517-553 
BOOKS - - - 119-154 
BOOTS AND SHOES - - 911-938 
BUILDERS' HARDWARE - 730-758 
CARPETS - - - 1053-1075 
CLOAKS - - - 1161-1180 

CLOCKS . - - - 113-118 
CLOTHING - - • 939-985 



CROCKERY - - - 631-645 
CUTLERY ■ • - 682-695 
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS 



AND MATERIALS - 
DRUGS 
DRY GOODS 
ELECTRICAL GOODS 
FURNISHING GOODS - 
FURNITURE 

FURS .... 
GRAPHOPHONES 
GROCERIES - 
GUNS AND SPORTING 

GOODS - 



255-256 
437-474 
991-1075 
574-578 
838-906 
594-630 
1178-1185 
257-265 
14-23 

280-344 



HARDWARE 

HARNESS AND SADDLERY 
JEWELRY 

LADIES' WEARING AP- 
PAREL 
LAMPS 

MACKINTOSHES 
MECHANICS' TOOLS - 
MILLINERY 
MOVING PICTURES 
MUSICAL GOODS 
NOTIONS - 
OPTICAL GOODS 
PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS - 



682-799 

384-436 

66-99 

1142-1200 
646-649 
986-990 
697-729 
1118-1124 
266-273 
171-223 

1080-1117 
224-232 
233-256 



PIANOS AND ORGANS 
PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES 
SEWING MACHINES 
SILVERWARE - 
SPORTING GOODS - 
STATIONERY 
STOVES - 
TOMBSTONES 
TOYS 

UNDERWEAR 
VEHICLES 
WALL PAPER 
WATCHES 



171-^6 

657-177 

100-12 

280-3U 

bS-l'JO 

800-8:8 

3^5 

1125-113' 

855-86' 

362-371' 

28-31 

• 32-65 



FOR COMPLETE ITEMIZED INDEX REFER TO PINK PACES AT END OF BOOK. 



HOW WE MAKE EVERY TRANSACTION 
WITH US STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. 



AS SOME OF OUR CUSTOMERS, ESPECIALLY TOWNSPEOPLE AND 
BUSINESS HOUSES have in the past requested us to ship their 
goods in plain packages or boxes, leaving off our name and ad- 
dress, so that no one will know where the goods come from, 
we have decided to make every transaction strictly con- 
fidential. 

ALL GOODS WILL BE SHIPPED IN PLAIN 

UNPRINTED BOXES OR PACKAGES. 

OUR NAME AND ADDRESS WILL NOT APPEAR ON ANY BOX, PACK- 
AGE, ENVELOPE OR WRAPPER, so when our goods are unloaded at 
the freight depot or express office, or when they are delivered 
to you by the expressman or drayman, no one will be able to 
know what you have bought or where you bought it. 

TO SATISFY SUCH OF OUR CUSTOMERS as do not wish others 
to know anything about what goods they send away for, or 
what they pay, all transactions with us are in this way treated 
in the strictest confidence, and hereafter we will not allow our 
name to appear on boxes or .""'ckages containing goods, or on 
tags,Vnvelopes, labels or catalogue wrappers. 



OUR NAME AND ADDRESS WILL NOT AP- 
PEAR ON ANY ARTICLE OF MERCHANDISE. 



WHY WE ASK 50 CENTS FOR OUR CATALOGUE. 

($1.00 FOR THE SAME BOOK, BOUND IN CLOTH, LIKE THIS COPY.) 



WE CHARGE FOR OUR CATALOGUE No. 112 SOLELY IN THE 
INTEREST OF OUR CUSTOMERS, the people who buy from us. 
It is done that we may quote lower prices than ever before, 
very much lower than you can buy from your storekeeper; much 
lower prices than can be had from any other catalogue house 
that furnishes catalogues free for the asking or for a small 
fraction of their cost. 

IT IS CUSTOMARY FOR ALL CATALOGUE HOUSES to furnish their 
catalogues free or for a small fraction of their cost, 5 cents, 10 
cents, or 15 cents, and as a result hundreds of thousands of 
catalogues are constantly going into the hands of people who 
do not buy. This is wasted advertising expense which some 
one must pay for, and there is no one to pay for it but the peo- 
ple who do buy. A percentage to cover this wasted expense is 
added to the selling price of every article of merchandise sold 
by such houses. 

IF YOU GET A CATALOGUE FOR A FRACTION OF ITS COST, and 
you send the house an order, you can be assured that half a 
dozen catalogues were at the same time sent free to people who 
did not order, and you, therefore, miist, when you order, pay 
for the catalogue you receive and the half dozen catalogues sent 

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FOR THE BENEFIT OF MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS, TRADES- 
MEN AND OTHERS, who, knowing they can buy from us at much 
lower prices than they can buy elsewhere, and who wish to buy 
from us either to sell again or for use in manufacturing, build- 
ing, etc., to protect you against anyone learning whei^ you buy 
your goods or what you pay for them, we have decided to leave 
our name and address off from every article we sell, so that 
even though the illustration may show the imprint of 'our name 
and address, it will not appear on t}ie goods you get. 1 This en- 
ables gc.eral stores, dealers inspecijalties, such as bicycles, sew- 
ing machines, stoves, organs and pianos, in fact, handlers of 
any kind of merchandise, to buy their goods from us at lower 
prices than they could possibly get elsewhere, and gives them an 
opportunity of charging whatever profit they see fit and rtis 
posing of the goods without the purchaser knowing that ihey 
were bought from us. 

REMEMBER, OUR PRICES TO THE STOREKEEPER ARE EXACTLf 
THE SAME AS TO THE CONSUMER, the same whether one articli- 
or 1,000 are ordered, our aim being to protect every buyer and 
furnish merchandise of the highest standard of quality at much 
lower prices than it can be had from any other house. 



to the others who do not order. You pay for it in a percentage 
which is added to the selling price of every article qu'^ted by 
such houses. 

FOR EXAMPLE, you may get a catalogue free, or for a I'ractior 
of its cost, 5, 10 or 15 cents, and you may order a double barri; 
hammerless shotgun and pay $20.00 for it. when we quote it a' 
$14.95. You will see you have then paid $5.05 for wasted cata- 
logue advertising. The same thing applies on everything you 
order from a house that furnishes catalogues free or for a frac- 
tion of their cost. * ••- » ' 

BUSINESS HOUSES DO NOT GIVE SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. If 
your neighbors get catalogues for nothing, and they do not buy,' i 
you pay for the catslogues sent them when you buy. • I 

WE HA\ ■ DEDUCTED FROM OUR SELLING PRICES THE ADVERTIS- I 
ING EXPENS OF OUP "G CATALOGUE. We ask you to pay 50 c»'its ( 
for our Catalogue IS u. 112 ($1.00 for the same book, bound 
cloth, like tais copy) when you get it, but we do not ask you 
pay for from two to a half dozen catalogues every time you s* 
us an order. In other words, we save you the 50 cents or 
dollar you send us for the book several times over oa fi 
order you send us. 



OUR LIBERAL C. 0. P., SUBJECT TO EXAMINATION, PAY AFTER RECEIVED AND EXAMINED TERMS 'b7ri'i& 

small casQ deposit, receive, see and examine any goods belore paying for themj, are fully exphiined on page 2 





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WE SEU EVERYTniNf 

BY MAIL ORDER ONLY, TOqUR { 
TWO MILLION CUSTOV"^ V / 
'OVER THE WORLD. 



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66-95 FULTON, ST 
73-a7 N "OESPLAINES ST 
1-31 WAVMAN.ST 
74-88 N. JjEFFERSON. ST 



DIRECT WIRE WITH 



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LONG DISTANCE P*. ' .E; MONROE 24 
WITH PRIVATE EXCMAN5E TO ALL DEPARTMENTS 



Ch icago, 



OUR LIBERAL C. 0. D. SUBJECT TO EXAMINATION, PAY AFTER 
RECEIVED TERMS, ARE FULLY EXPLAINED ON PAGE 2. 



'^UR REFERENCES, SEE PAGES 12 IND 13. 



We refer by special permission to the National Ci 
New York, Capital and Surplus, $15, 700,000.00, 
ilitnn National Bank and Corn Exchange National Bank of Chicago, combined capital and surplus, $8.' 



ind Friend: - 

This big catalogue has been made so thoroughly complete -.li, 
every department that it is intended to be used for ordering goof's 
and for reference, season after season. 

^^ This one book, if preserved, can be used for sending us 
crrder^ and for reference for several years, for it has been made 
.JJioroiAghly complete in every department. The prices quoted are ch 
very lowest Chicago wholesale prices, with all advertising expense 
deducted. If you should order from this book two or three yearc 
hence, and there should be any reduction in price on the goods or- 
dered by you, we will give you the benefit of the lower price and 
return the difference to you in cash. 

It will not be necessary for you to send for any other 
catalogue or price list from any house, as this catalogue is com- 
plete in every department and quotes the lowest possible prices ci 
everything. 

Understand, as long as you preserve this catalogue you can 
use it either for reference or for sending orders to us, always 
with the understanding that the goods are guaranteed to be per- 
fectly satisfactory to you or your money will be returned to you, 
and where any prices have been reduced you will get the benefit cf 
the reduction without notice and the difference will be returned 
to you in cash. 

We have departed from the long established rule, univers- 
ally adopted by all other catalogue houses that sell goods from 
catalogues, circulars, booklets, samples or by mail order, and 
wholly in the interest of our customers and lower prices we are 
making a charge to cover the first cost of every catalogue we pub- 
lish. It is today and it has for all time been the custom for all 
'dialogue houses, every kind of institution selling goods by mail 

.uer, to issue various catalogues and mail them postpaid to any 
address, either free on application or for a very small fraction of 
their cost. The amount of money thus annually wasted in the vast 
amount of printed matter, in the thousands of tons of paper that 
are annually printed up into catalogues, the enormous amount of 
postage paid to circulate these catalogues into every one of the 
over 70,000 postoffices, the amount of money that is expended for 
all this that goes into the hands of people who never bu" ^ne 
penny'c worth of goods, would reach a figure so large, t jolossaj., 
as would stagger almost any buyer or seller. 

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All this expense, all this wasted, advertising that goes to 
c .iple who do not buy, is paid for by tha people who do buy. Every 
■!ny expended in printed matter and postage is accounted for as an 
cm of wasted advertising expense and added to the selling price 

the goods, and v/hen you buy an article': from a catalogue or mail 
der house that supplies catalogues free' or for a fraction of 
their cost, you will pay an extra price tp cover a number of cata- 
logues that have been mailed to people who never buy. 

We believe it is time to discontinue asking our customers- 
to pay us money for something they have never received. If we have 
sent out a large number of catalogues to people who have never 
bought from us, we do not believe we have any right to charge you 
any part of the expense by adding it to the selling price of the 
goods you order from us. * 

This catalogue costs us money the same as our merchandise 
■'•osis us money, and if a party wishes our catalogue, the only way 
e an furnish it to him in fairness to our customers is to ask 
to pay us the cost price of the book; then if he never buys 
us we are not the loser; but by reason of his having paid for 
catalogue, we have not been compelled to add any catalogue ad- 
ising expense to our selling price, and he can buy from us at 
h loiyer price than he can buy from any other house. 

T^en our old customers who buy from us regularly season 
eason will have no reason to complain of our going to a big 
.§nse to furnish catalogues free or for a fraction of their cost 
people who do not buy, and adding this expense to our selling 
ces. Under our system it has all been deducted. 

he prices quoted in this catalogue are for the cost of the 
i -^ ought in large quantities for cash, our economical handling 
e and our one small percentage of profit added, but not one 
for wasted catalogue circulation. 

We do not compete with other houses on the price of cata- 
1 ,ues, no more do other houses attempt to compete with us on the 
p ices we make on merchandise. 

We accept all orders with the understanding that if any 
goods ordered from us are not perfectly satisfactory when received 
they can be returned to us at our expense, and we will immediately 
'"'^turn your money together with any freight or express charges you 

have paid. We make you perfectly secure and sell to you at much 
Ic Br prices than any other house. In order to do this we must get 
pa i for our catalogues, we must ask our customers to send no order 
amounting to less than 50 cents, and by getting pay for our cata- 
Id aes and filling no small orders under 50 cents, we make a big 
saving and we give you the benefit of every penny saved in the in- 
comparably low prices quoted in this book. 

In presenting this catalogue, we wish to warn our customers 
^t impostors, who, knowing we make the lowest prices of any 
ouse in the world, travel about the country claiming to represent 
,s , soliciting orders and collecting money. All such people are 
rauds and should be treated as sucti, for there is no one outside 
f our store, either in Chicago or elsewhere, who is authorized to 
elicit an order or collect one dollar for our account. 

On the basis of far more value for your money than you caa 
get elsewhere, made possible by our getting paid for our cata- 
logues, thereby saving the great waste incurred by the old time 
methods and deducting this expense from our selling prices, we 
earnestly speak for your trade. 

• 1- Yours very truly, 

A4724 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 






For Complete Index 



REFER TO THE 



Pink Pages at the End of the Book, 



You cannot do us a greater 
favor than to 

SHOW THIS 
CATALOGUE 
TO YOUR FRIENDS 

and alloys them to use it for 
sending us orders. 





For Complete Index 



REFER TO THE 



Pink Pages Hi the End of the Bookm 



You cannot do us a greater 
favor than to 

SHOW THIS 
CATALOGUE 
TO YOUR FRIENDS 

and allovif them to use it for 
sending us orders. 




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fN HANDING YOU OUR CATALOGUE No. 112, we wish to 
I embrace the opportunity of thanking all those who have dealt 
with us for the liberal patronage they have given us, and we 
specially desire to express our appreciation of the interest you have 
aken in calling the attention of your friends and neighbors to the 
?w prices quoted in our catalogue, for, from the thousands of orders 
■3 receive every day, orders coming from every section of every 
tatgL-froDT! people who have never before dealt with us, it is plainly 
vident that our customers are taking an active interest in our 

MONEY SAVING MAIL ORDER METHOD OF BUYING, 

ac. that they are calling the attention of their friends to the money 
tiey can save on purchases they make from us. It is evident that 
hey are causing their neighbors who have not as yet sent to us for 
,oods, to see the kind of goods we furnish, and how low our prices 
ire as compared to the prices at which the goods can be bought 
rom thoir storekeepers at home. They are also having an oppor- 
unity to learn from the experience of their neighbors who are al- 
eady dealing with us, that the freight or express charges, when 
'dded to our extremely low selling prices, amount to next to noth- 
ig as compared with the money saved on goods bought from us. 



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7JS MUCH AS WE APPRECIATE THE LIBERAL PAT- 
JJ RONAGE WE ARE RECEIVING, as much as we value 
every order sent us, we appreciate even more, if possible, 
the interest our customers everywhere are showing in the way of 
assisting us in introducing our low price making method of selling. 
WE CAN SEE TODAY MOT ^ THAN EVER BEFORE, 
that almost every catalogue we send tu a customer of ours, th-- 
same catalogue is used by one or 'n-.-, . ; 'rimilies in Ihf sir 
neighborhood. It is evident that this'.cau 's used b 

of our customer calling his neighbor's attenlic. 'le c- 

We wish to assure our customers that if 

THE LOWEST PRICES THAT CAN POSSIBLY ht c 

consistent with honest goods and honest representations 
with the greatest possible care in the handling and filling of 
if this will merit your continued interest in our factory to co 
method of furnishing goods, if you will continue to allow youi 
and neighbors to use your catalogue for reference and for 1 
from us, and will continue to call the attention of your frie 
neighbors to our catalogue and to our low prices, we ' 
will do our part. We will leave nothing undone to give 
values and such service as can be had from no other hi 



OUR COMPLIMENTS TO THE RETAIL MERCHANT. 



AS THIS CATALOGUE GOES DIRECT TO THE CONSUMER (the party who 
ses the goods), and the prices quoted in this book, quality for quality, are 
3wer than the prices quoted in any other catalogue printed, whether the 
ouse printing the catalogue sells to the consumer or to the dealer, as every 
:ioe quotation plainly shows, and we frequently speak of how much money 
.lu can save on an article as against the price you would be compelled to 
■ly your storekeeper at home ; many merchants (storekeepers) and even 
nany of our customers might think that our purpose was to antagonize the 
itail dealers of the country. 

WE WISH TO CORRECT ANY SUCH IMPRESSION. We have the greatest 
espect for the retail merchant. He fills an important place in commerce, in 
tct, is a necessary agent for the distributing of all kinds of merchandise to 
.le convenience of the consumer everywhere. Very rarely the country 
lerchant who sells you dry goods, shoes, hardware and other merchandise, 
vercharges you. As a rule, the merchant from whom you buy, adds as 
ittle profit to the cost of the goods to him as he can possibly afford to add. 
"or example : If a certain article in our catalogue is quoted at $1.00 and 
•our hardware merchant asks you $1.50 for the same article, we wish to 
ay in behalf of your hardware dealer that this difference of 50 cents does 
lOt represent an excessive profit he is charging you; for by reason of his 
eing compelled to buy from wholesale houses in small quantities, he is 
;ompelled to pay more for this article than we would pay, for we buy in 
■""yi. rge quantities direct from the manufacturers; his sales are necessarily 
na!] his expenses necessarily large in proportion to the amount of busi- 
sss nc does, and he must get his cost, his expenses and a fair profit out of 
'ji goods he sells. 

IF YOU LIVE A THOUSAND MILES FROM CHICAGO and you are in need 

J cods to use today or tomorrow, and you have not time to send to us 
. certainly it is a great convenience to you to have different stores in 
'ovv town where the goods are carried in stock and where your wants can 
>i .v-.pplied on a moment's notice), we believe when you patronize your 
orekeeper at home, as you must for your many wants, especially when your 
ants have not been anticipated, and you have not time to send to us. that 
JU should expect to pay this merchant a fair profit. We feel like again 
jpeating in his behalf, if the goods you buy from him for $1.00 would cost 
om us. freight charges added. 75 cents, he is not overcharging you; he is 



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not taking more profit from you than he is entitled to, and whe ■ 
sider the price he must pay for goods, buying in small quantities, h;; 
of selling (for his sales are not large), and the fact that he must : : 
enough to make at least a living, with very few exceptions th-. . 
merchant in every line sells to you for as little money as he car, j 
afford to sell. 

WE NUMBER THOUSANDS OF OUR VERY BEST CUSTOMERS AMONG 
THE MERCHANTS in all lines in every state: thousands of merchant; : i-U 
lines are constantly buying from us. We feel there is ample roon. ':' > 
big, rich, growing country for all the country merchants who are rie f J 
in honest merchandising, and there is also room for us. 

IT IS NOT OUR DESIRE to build up our business (now aire .dy ^ "/ 
large) by attempting to tear down any retail business already ir. csjencu. 
We know all of our two miilion customers buy more or less from ' 
keepers at home. We know they will continue doing so. and v; 
greatly to their convenience that they can do this, and their f 'i 

continue to support and strengthen the retail dealers of the ^ -. 
when anyone of our two million customers, thei.' friends or their i.e.' Jic, 
wish to buy anything in our line (and we handle almost everything cc. ce - " 
able in merchandise), and they can anticipate their wants for a '' w -'s 
long enotgh for their order to reach us and the goods to reach thfir...f,- 
by sending to us they can save a liberal percentage as against th = z 
they would be compelled to pay their storekeeper at home, it iS ps ~\ 
proper that our customers and their friends and neighbors should sen., sicj 
orders to us and save as much money as they possibly can. 

THE COUNTRY MERCHANT WHO UNDERTAKES TO ANTAGONUE Tl' 
CATALOGUE HOUSE really antagonizes his own customers, he rea'.iy q'us- 
tions the right of his customers to spend their money where they like, a-* 
we believe the wise merchant will treat his customers the best he possibl- 
can, will give his customers as good value for their money as is possible 
not criticise his customers forspending their money where they iiker-- 
tainly not assail them for sending their money to a catalogue hou' - 
doing this he if criticising his customers for saving money, ar-; 
injuring the catalogue house he is injuring his own business and 



the business of , the catalogue house. 
>0 NOT FAIL TO GIVE SIZE, COLOR, WEIGHT, ETC., IF REQUIRED, WHEN WRITING YOUR f 



SEARS, ROEBUC K & C O., Cheapest Sup ply House on Ear**-. Chicago. CATALOGUE No ,ll2. 

^ ^UR C. O. D. TERMS. 



NOTHING CAN WORK GREATER INJURY TO THE RELIABLE MERCHANT 

than attempting to dictate to his customers how they shall spend their money 
or where they should buy goods, or by censuring a competitor, whether 
a neighboring storekeeper or a caialogue house, and the merchant 
who tells customers, who are already patronizing us, that our goods are in- 
ferior to his, tells his customers someming which both the customers and 
tho merchant know is not true, tells a prospective customer of ours that the 
goods he may get from us will not ba'of as good a quality as what he (the 
merchant) would sell to him, and the customer sends to us and finds that 
our goods are of as good or better quality, by the merchant's misstatements 
he has injured only himself. The merchant who attempts to divert trade 
from us by exaggerated statements as to the freight or express charges in- 
jures only himself, for our prospective customer can learn from the railroad 
or express agent in his own town just what the transportation charges will 
be, or, if he orders from us and pays the express or freight charges he will 
then learn that his home merchant has endeavored to mislead him by mis- 
representation, and the merchant oply is injured. 

THE CAREFUL BUYERS of the United States who get our catalogue and 
see our prices and learn how much money they can save, and those who 
learn from their neighbors who are dealing with us all about how much 
money is being saved every day by sending to us for goods, will continue 
■ordering from us. they will continue sending their orders to us for all such 
goods as they can anticipate their wants in advance a sufficient time for 
the order to reach us and the goods to reach them. If they can save from 
$50.00 to $200 00 a year on such goods as it is convenient for them to order 
from us. they are entitled to this saving, they should make this money, and 
the merchant who undertakes by any means to persuade them against sav- 
ing thi^ money injures only himself. 

THE BROAD GAUGE UP TO DATE MERCHANT who attends strictly fo 
his own business and sells his goods on as small a margin as he can, con- 
sistent with the natural cost and expense of doing a small retail trade, will 
always receive the liberal support of our customers, will always have a place 
''commerce. There is plen'y .t room for all, and no seller has a right 
dictate to the buyer wh ; ,r ,-pin whom he should buy his goods. 



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' *yS No D;;-',^iL'NTS. We iell for cash only, and the prices 

-, tn'.-! r-i- log-. J ?(-e absolutely n'H. from which there is no discount 

pict Ai" a.!].;e lo one and all. 

.;«tSrr r.;||PMENT ARE VERY LIBERAL. Nearly all our custom- 

..iish irt full with their orders, thus saving the small charge the ex- 

ipanies always make for collecting a C. 0. D. and returning the 

' :;. and we certainly advise sending cash in full with the order, to 

aving and as a more satisfactory way of ordering, always, of 

the understandfng that we will immediately return your money 

' is that are not perfectly satisfactory to you. 

IVISE AGAINST ORDERING GOODS TO BE SHIPPED BY EXPRESS 

HT C. 0. D., SUBJECT TO EXAMINATION. First, by reason of an 

'.'ss charge (as above mentioned^ a charge which the express com- 

'i/s make for collecting' thV money and returning it to us. This 

I ways saved v/hen cash in full is sent with the order. Second, 

s are shipped by freight C. 0. D., subject to examination, a draft 

unt of the C. O. D. must be sent for collection either by express 

bank in your town, and the goods must be shipped consigned to 

. with instructions for the railroad agent to notify you that the 

. e there. The freight agent, as a rule, will allow you to examine the 

jsfore paying for them. (Goods shipped by express, you can always 

> before paying for). But on a freight shipment, before the 

be delivered to you, you must first go to the express office or 

^ay the amount of the C. O. D. in order to have the bill of lading 

Dr the delivery of the goods to you. With this bill of lading or 

,e goods you can then go to the railroad station and get the goods; 

'• hand, if the full amount of cash is sent with your order the goods 

direct to you, and you only have to go to the railroad station or 

•:e and pay the freight or express charges and take the goods: 

;ourse, with the understanding that if the goods are not perfectly 

' when received you can return them to us at our expense and 

lediately return your money. However, to those who prefer to 

.r-iine the goods they buy before paying for them, we offer to 

it on C. 0. D., subject to examination, pay after received 

as follows; 



ANY GOduS QUOTED IN THIS CATALOGUE (unless otherwise specially 
stated, provi.'.f.d the order amounts to $5.00 or more) will be shipped to any 
address east of the Rocky Mountains by freight C. O. D., subject to examin- 
ation, or. reo; ,pt of a sufficient amount of cash with the order to pay all ex- 
press or .. 3i. nt charges both ways. On receipt of such an order, the goods 
will go forward by express or freight C. 0. D., subject to examination. 
You- will be credited on the bill for the amount of money sent with your 
order. After ,he goods are received and examined at your nearest railroad 
station or express office, if they are found perfectly satisfactory you can then 
pay tiie balanci of our price and freight or express charges, less thr arr-' 
of money sent with the order. If, however, the goods are not per:', 
factory you can return them to us at our expense and we will immediately 
return the oash. deposit sent with your order. Our only object in requiring 
you to send a ca2h deposit sufficient to pay the freight or express charges 
both ways is to orotect us against a class of people who might order out of 
curiosity, with no idea of accepting and paying for the goods when received, 
thus putting us to an unnecessary expense for transportation charges which 
our low selling prices will not warrant. 

WHERE THE EXACT DEPOSIT REQUIRED IS NOT STATED, we advise 
that on all orders amounting to less than $10.00. one-fourth of the amount 
of the order be sent wiih the order. On orders amounting to more than 
$10.00 one-fifth of the amount should be sent with the order. For example: 
If you wish the goods shipped C. 0. D.. subject to examination, and your ol- 
der amounts to $8.00, you should send at least $2,00 with your order. If 
your order amounts to $20.00. send $4.00 with your order, the balance pay- 
able after received. 

NOTE-WHERE A VERY SMALL CASH DEPOSIT WILL BE ACCEPTED. 
On receipt of 50 cents any watch or any item of jewelry amounting to 
$2.00 or more will be sent C. 0. D. 

On receipt of $1.00 any camera, telescope or field glass will be shipped 
G. 0. D. 

On receipt of $1.00 any graphoptione or talking machine will be ^hiorr 
C. 0. D. 

On receipt of $1.00 any organ or piano will be shipped G. O. O., to a, 
point east of the Rocky VMountains, or will be shipped without a depos 
where the money is deposited with a reliable party in your town, as ful' 
explained under the heading of organs and pianos. 

On receipt of $1.00 any violin, guitar, mandolin, banjo, auloharp, zither o 
band instrument will be shipped C. 0. D. 

On receipt of $1.00 any bicycle, gun or revolver will be shipped C. 0. D. 

On receipt of $5.00 any buggy or carriage will be shipped to any address 
east of the Rocky Mountains, G. 0. D. 

On receipt ot $1.00 any harness or saddle will be shipped to any address 
east of the Rocky Mountains, C. 0. D. 

On receipt of $1.00 any sewing machine will be shipped lo an> 
G. 0. D.. subject to examination. 

On receipt of $1.00 any stove will be shipped to any address east of th a 
Rocky Mountains and north of Tennessee G. 0. D., subject to examina- 
tion. 

On receipt of $1.00 any item of men's, boys' or children's clothing 
ladies' wearing apparel amounting to $3.00 or more will be sent to a. y 
address in the United States by express G. 0. D., subject fo examination. 

THE ABOVE NAMED GOODS WILL BE SENT to any address within the 
radius mentioned on receipt of the small cash deposit named, which deposit 
must accompany the order, the balance, together with the freight or express 
charges, to be paid after the goods are received, examined and found satis- 
factory; all other merchandise where deposit is not mentioned, as before 
stated, will, unless otherwise stated, be sent subject to examination either bv 
freight or express where a sufficient deposit accompanies the order to ' 
transportation charges both ways. 

IN THE INTEREST OF OUR CUSTOMERS, to save you the extra express 
charge for the collection and return of the money, and to save you the in- 
convenience attached to delivery of goods shipped by freight G. 0. D.. 
subject to examination, we specially urge that you send cash in full with 
your order, understanding of course that you take no risk and that we will 
immediately return your money if you are not perfectly satisfied. Yet, to 
those who prefer to see and examine the goods before they pay for Ihem, 
when so requested we will make shipment G. O. D.. subject to examination, 
to be paid for after received on the small deposit terms as above stated. 



ORDER WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR LESS THAN 50 CENTS. 



A MATTER OF ECONOMY, both to our customers and to ourselves, 
not fill single orders for less than 50 cents. The postage or ex- 
^arges usually makes small orders under 50 cents unprofitable to 
jers, or at least much more expensive than to order amounts 
ents or more. 

'V'c make this exceptioL; In the case of needed repairs, attach- 
a.ents, or supplies, such as needles for our sewing machines, 
p.arts of ^uns, et<'., etc., which can be secured only from us, we 
'?iU fill tlu* order, no matter how small it may l)e. 
YOU WISH TO ORDER ANY ARTICLE COSTING LESS THAN 50 CENTS, 
"T ONE OR MORE NEEDED IT^"!".!?, increasing the amount f your 
'0 50 cents or more. In this way you Afill effect a bi? savin - r.'jd 
• reduce the ocpress charges. 

IKE ORDERING BY MAIL VERY PROFITABLE to ou customers we 
-'ge that yo'j make your orders as large asposs'. Orders of 

$5.00 or more are always very much more ■ fltable than 



smaller orders, for the express or freight charges are in this way very 
greatly reduced. It always pays, even if you have to get som" f'iend ''r 
neighbor to join with you, to make up an order of from $2.0C - ., . 'i 
more and include enough heavy goods to make a profitable freight snip 
ment of 50 to 100 pounds. In this way you reduce the transportation charges 
on each item to next to nothing. You then pay the exact same freight 
charges which your storekeeper must pay on the goods he sells. 

ON THE BASIS OF FAR GREATER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY than ; 
possibly get elsewhere, lower prices than any other house does 
make, the best possible service, every item ordered guaranteed to reach 
you in perfect condition and give satisfaction or your money to be imme- 
diately returned to you, with all charges paid by us. on our binding guaran- 
tee to protect you in every way on every dollar sent us, wholly in your own 
interest we ask you to kindly conform to our terms. 



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Paragraph A. 

ABOUT OUR PRICES. 

HOW WE CAN UNDERSELL ALL OTHER CONCERNS. 

SECTION 1. BY REASON OF OUR ENORMOUS OUTPUT OF GOODS we 

are aole to make contracts with representative manufacturers and importers 
for such large quantities of merchandise that we can secuie the lowest pos- 
sible prices, and in some lines our trade has been so large, as, for example, 
in vehicles, stoves, cloaks, tailoring, guns, revolvers, etc., that we have 
been able to equip our own factories and foundries, thus saving you even 
the manufacturer's profit; but whether the goods are manufactured by our- 
selves or bought direct in large quantities, we add the smallest percentage 
of profit possible to the actual cost to us, and on this economic, one small 
profit plan, direct from manufacturer to consumer, you can buy a large 
percentage of the merchandise we handle, direct from us at less than your 
storekeeper at home can buy in quantities. 

WE EMPLOY THE MOST COMPETENT BUYERS that money can obtain, 
men who are experts and have a life long experience in their particular lines. 
Our established reputation for buying everything in enormous quantities gives 
our buyers inside track with all the largest manufacturers, thereby giving us 
the benefit of first choice in the markets. Manufacturers who are overstocked 
often come to us and offer their goods at a big discount for cash, knowing 
that we have a larger outlet for merchandise than any other concern. For 
this reason many articles in this catalogue are quoted at less money than the 
actual C':>st to produce. No matter how cheap we buy, we give our custom- 
ers the benefit, for we feel that our bargains are our customers' bargains. 

SECTION 2. WE BUY ANO SELL FOR CASH, and having no bad debts, 

no traveling men's expenses, no expenses for collecting, securing the man- 
ufacturers' lowest spot cash prices, we can sell goods at a smaller margin of 
profit than any other business house could do and still exist. 

WE MAKE NO REDUCTIONS IN OUR PRICES. To those who are in- 
clined to write us for a reduction from the prices quoted in this catalogue, 
we wish to state that we cannot afford to make any reduction or conces- 
sion, whether you order in large or small quantities. The price quoted on 
each and every article in this catalogue is as low as we can possibly make 
it. and it is out of the question to reduce these prices still further; and we 
earnestly believe a careful comparison of our prices with those of any other 
concern will convince you that we can furnish you better goods for less 
money than you can obtain from any other house in the United States. 

ALL PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO THE FLUCTUATION OF THE MARKET. 

The prices quoted in this book are correct, according to market conditions at 
the date the catalogue is printed, and our wants have been anticipated as far 
as possible by contract, goods in stock, etc.; but when our stock on hand 
is sold or when a contract expires and the market conditions at that time are 
such that we are compelled to pay more money for the goods, we reserve 
the right to advance our prices without notice, charging you the difference 
the advance represents, only the difference in cost to us. The necessity for 
advancing prices very rarely happens, but as a protection to us. at the ex- 
tremely low prices we are making, we must reserve this right, and this space 
is usei to inform everyone of the right so reserved. If prices decline so that 
we are able to buy any goods to fill orders at lower prices than those printed 
in thi.=; catalogue, you will always get the benefit of such prices and the dif- 
feren<:e will be returned to you in cash. 

AS THE TENDENCY IS FOR LARGER CONTRACTS, larger purchases, 
ci -ser buying, the history of our house and our records show that we reduce 
,.1'ces and return fhe difference in cash ten times where we make an advance 
-ind ask more money once; but for our protection the right to recognize 
•-.dvances and declines must be and is reserved. 

IN THIS CATALOGUE you will find only such goods listed as we can save 
lou money on, goods that can be delivered anywhere in the United States 
lor less money than they can be bought at your local dealer's. The amount of 
.".oney that we can save you over the prices you pay at home varies from 
■, to 50 oer cent, according to the nature of the goods, but there is not an 
'(z-n. quoted in this entire catalogue on which the saving is not worth taking 
nto consideration, to say nothing of the fact that our goods are, as a rule, of 
; higher grade than those carried by the average storekeeper or catalogue 
lOuse. 

THE ILLUSTRATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS IN THIS CATALOGUE can be 

■'pended upon. We aim to illustrate and describe every article with the 
irictest accuracy. Most all of the illustrations are made from photographs 
:^en direct from the article. They are such as enable you to order intelli- 
.''.ntly; in fact, with our assortment, correct illustrations and accurate de- 
: , riptions, you can order from this catalogue with the same ease, confidence 
.nd security as though you were personally in our store selecting the goods 
,'ourself. 



Paragraph B. 

ABOUT OUR RELIABILITY. 

WE ARE AUTHORIZED AND INCORPORATED under the laws of the State 
:f Illinois, with a cash capital and surplus of over Two Million Dollars paid 
!i full. We refer by special permission to the Metropolitan National Bank 

id Corn Exchange National Bank of Chicago, the NaMonal City Bank and the 
; Tman Exchange Bank of New York, (see facsimile copies of letters 

■m these banks on page 12), to any commercial agency or to any 



express or railroad company, or any reliable business house or financial in- 
stitution in Chicago. Should you write for information to any of the refere. ces 
given be sure to enclose a 2-cent stamp for reply. Our cuttomers are our best 
references. As we have thousands of customers in every state and territory, 
you will no doubt find one of them a neighbor, v/ho can explain to you how 
thoroughly we live up to all our representations and how carefully we jwatch 
the interests of our customers, and we take the most pleasure in referr ng to 
our thousands of satisfied customers. 

OUR EMPLOYES ARE INSTRUCTED to treat every customer at a distance 
exactly as they would like to be treated were they in the customer's place 
and the customer in ours. If you favor us with your patronage we will do 
everything in our power to merit your trade. The courteous and careful 
attention we pay to our customers invites their continued patronage and we 
consider that a satisfied customer is the best advertisement that a firm can 
have. 

WE EMPLOY NO AGENTS. This catalogue is our sole and only repre- 
sentative. We have no agents, and anyone representing himself as such is 
a fraud. Our customers deal direct with us through this catalogue. Thus 
the farmer, miner, mechanic, business man, in fact, anyone can send us his 
order and save all the profit the agent or local storekeeper would Tr.A'.'.e. 

, Paragraph C. 

HOW TO ORDER. 

Please refer to the sample order on page 13. This illustrates an order 
made out on one of our regular order blanks. 

Always keep well supplied with our order blanks, as it is more conven- 
ient for you to make out your order on our regular order blanks than in any 
other way. If out of them at any time, drop us a postal card and we will 
be pleased to send you some. Fill out our order blank as shown in the 
sample order on page 13. 

Whether you write your order on our regular order blank or letter (.;. 
instead, be sure to Observe the following instructions: 

Always sign your full name (Christian name and surname). 

Write your name in full, clearly and distinctly. 

Give your postoffice, county and state, and your shipping point, if different 
from the postoffice. 

Always give catalogue number in full (write every figure and letter in the 
catalogue number), description and price of each article ordered. 

Always try to mention the number or name of the catalogue o>' circular 
which your order is taken, and be sure to give the size, color, weight and m«a3- 
urements when ordering anything where either is required. 

We must have your correct size or measurem.enls for such goods as 
hats, shoes, clothing, ladies' ready made dresses, cloaks, and the size and 
color of everything that has size and color. 

Be sure to enclose your money with your order and state plainly in y .> 
order how much money you enclose and in what form. Sending us mc. 
in one envelope and your order in another causes delay and confusion in our 
office, as they become separated in the mails. For instructions on how to 
send money see paragraph F. 

Be sure you have followed our rules carefully about enclosing the 
proper amount of money with the order, including enough ''- 7:27 portafe if 
the goods are to be sent by mail, and insurance fee if to be sent ^ •' i;-i. ':'. -- -jli 

Be sure your name and address is written plainly and in full, that your 
shipping directions are plainly stated, that the exact amount of money en- 
closed is plainly stated, that you have given us catalogue number, price, 
description, correct size and measurements and you will seldom if ever have 
any delay or inconvenience. By carefully observing these rules you vrill 
avoid errors and loss of time by our having to write you for further information. 

AFTER WRITING AN ORDER, please compare it with these rules, check 
it over closely and see if you have written your order correctly. 

IF YOU WISH TO REFER TO ANY MATTER not concerning the order, de 
sure to write it on a separate sheeL Do not write about it on your order 
sheet, though you may enclose it in the same envelope with your order. 
Our orders and letters are handled in separate and distinct departments, and 
we ask you therefore please do not fail to observe this rule. 

ALWAYS TRY TO WRITE REMARKS CONCERNING YOUR ORDER on the 
same sheet with the order. This will prevent the possibility of such remarks 
or instructions being separated from the order. Should you have occasion 
to write us concerning an order which you have already sent us, do not fail 
to mention the date on which your letter was mailed, also state the nature 
and value of your remittance and the name and address as given in your order. 
This information will enable us to promptly locate the matter you refer to. 

SHOULD YOU CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS, please notify us, being sure to 
give old as well as new address in full. 



Paragraph D. 

ABOUT OMISSIONS. 

ALL ORDERS FOR MERCHANDISE are accepted by us with the under- 
Standing that we will use every reasonable effort to promptly ship every item 
exactly as ordered, and in order to make this possible we carry in stock, con- 
stantly, merchandise to the value of more than two million dollars, and if we 



r>0 NOT FA!L TO GIVE SIZE, COLOR, WEICHT, ETC., IF REQUIRED, ]^HEN WRITING YOUR ORDER. 



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do not have the goods in stock we invariably buy them in Chicago if we can, 
even if we are compelled to pay more than we get for them, rather than 
delay an order or withhold shipment of any part of an order. But it some- 
times happens that on an order including several items of merchandise 
there may be one or two items that are not in stock and cannot be had in 
Chicago, usually for the reason that the manufacturers are behind with their 
orders, have met with some accident or there has been some unusual delay 
in transportation. 

WE THEREFORE ACCEPT ALL ORDERS with the understanding that we 
reserve the right when unable to ship every item, to cancel that portion of the 
order which we cannot ship promptly, filling the balance of the order, and 
returning to the customer in cash the amount for the item or items can- 
celled. We make this explanation so that anyone ordering merchandise 
from us, and receiving the goods with one or more items missing, and 
receiving by mail his money returned for the omitted items, will understand 
that the reason for omitting is that the goods are not in stock and cannot be 
had in Chicago. Where an omission for the above reason is necessary we 
usually send a letter telling when we expect to have a stock of the missing 
goods, so that the customer may renew his order if he so desires. 

UNDERSTAND, it seldom happens that we are unable to fill an order 
complete and exactly as given, but out of the many thousands of orders we 
receive every day, there are always a few (a very small number) on which 
items must be cancelled, and we make this explanation in our catalogue so 
that none of our customers need misunderstand our position. 



Parag-raph E* 

ABOUT SUBSTITUTION. 

WE ARE BITTERLY OPPOSED TO SUBSTITUTING one article for another 
aniess instructed to do so by the customer. We believe, except in rare cases, 

it'is very presuming on the part of any house receiving an order for one 
kind of goods to send another, without first having the written consent 
of the customer to do so. There are, however, exceptions where we 
take upon ourselves the responsibility of substituting, and with reference 
to this we make the following explanation: 

IF A PARTY SENDS US AN ORDER and there is some article in that order 
which we have not in stock and cannot get in Chicago, but we have the same 
kind of an article in a higher grade, we then take the liberty of sending the 
higher grade at the price of the lower grade, sacrificing our profit rather than 
to disappoint the customer. A customer ordering a watch may call for a 
7-jewt;led Elgin or Waltham movement and we may not have one in stock, 
and there may not be one in the Chicago market, in which case we would 
consider ourselves justified in taking the liberty of substituting a higher grade 
in an II or 15-jeweled Elgin or Waltham movement, but always at the price 
of the cheaper one ordered, taking the loss ourselves for the difference in 
price. This is an example. The same would apply on hundreds of items in 
our stock, but only in cases where in our judgment the customer can only 
be the better pleased by reason of such action on our part. However, even 
this kind of substitution we admit is presuming on our part, and when such 
substitution is made it must be understood it is done entirely at our risk, 
and with the understanding that if our action is not entirely satisfactory 
to the customer, he is at liberty to return the goods at our expense of 
transportation charges both ways and his money is to be immediately 

I Returned to him. 

"^^ 

Paragraph F. 

HOW TO SEND MONEY. 

REMIT BY POSTOFFICE MONEY ORDER, express money order, bank 
draft, cash or stamps. We do not accept revenue stamps, foreign stamps and 
due stamps, as they are of no value to us. Do not send them. 

POSTAGE STAMPS in amounts exceeding $1.00 will be accepted only at 
a discount of five per cent (5" ). or ninety-five cents on the dollar. If you 
order an article priced at $2.00 and send stamps you should send $2.10. If 
a $3.00 article you should send $3.15 in stamps. We are compelled to dis- 
pose of all surplus stamps at a discount of from 2 per cent to 5 per cent and 
besides there is an extra expense in handling stamps, and our very small 
profit will not admit of this expense. We advise remitting by postoffice or 
express money order, but will accept postage stamps in any amount at 95 
cents on the dollar. As an accommodation to our customers we will accept 
postage stamps at the face value in amounts less than $1.00. 

WE RECOMMEND THE POSTOFFICE AND EXPRESS MONEY ORDER SYS- 
TEMS, because they are inexpensive, of less trouble and safe. Besides this, 
if the money order should get lost or jniscarry, your loss will be made good. 

DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES send money or stamps in a letter 
except by registered mail. If sent by open mail the letter may never reach 
us, and in such a case a great amount of trouble and inconvenience is 
caused, as well as the loss you sustain. If you prefer to remit by registered 
mail, we advise the use of two envelopes, one inside the other, and the outer one 
carefully and securely sealed. Do not send gold or silver coin that is defaced, 
as light weight coins are worth no more than bullion and bullion is less than 
flie face value of the coin. 

TO INSURE SAFETY always register a letter containing money. Be 
sare to stale in your order plainly how much cash you enclose and in what 
form. You need not be afraid of sending too much, as we always refund 
when too much money is sent 



Parag'raph G. 

METHODS OF SHIPMENT. 

We can ship goods by mail (see paragraph H about mailshi.i*- 

ments), by express (see paragraph 1 about express shipments), by freiy|i|, 
(see paragraph K about freight shipments). If left to our judgment we will 
ship goods in the manner which will be the least expensive to our customers, 
in all cases transportation charges are to be paid by the customer. 

Paragraph H. 

MAIL SHIPMENTS. 

The mail service affords a convenient method for the transportation of 
merchandise of small weight and considerable value to points that are dis- 
tant from express or railroad offices. On all orders to be shipped by ma:" 
we require the full amount of cash with the order, together with sufficient 
money extra to pay postage and insurance or registration, when same is 
desired. There are three methods of shipping goods by mail: 

SECTION 1. OPEN MAIL, which is so called because only the regular 
amount of postage, according to the classification of goods, is paid and the 
customer must assume all risk. We do not recommend sending goods by open 
mail, for if the package is lost or stolen, neither we or the customer have any 
recourse. In sending goods by open mail the customer must assume all risk. 

SECTION 2. INSURED MAIL. This we consider the best and safest 
method of shipping by mail. The following is the rate, in addition to the 
regular postage: For a package valued at $5.00 or under, 5 cents each. For 
a package valued at $10.00 or under, 10 cents each. For each additional 
$5.00 in value, 5 cents extra. In case of loss, we duplicate the ship- 
ment on receipt of statement certified to by your local postmaster that goods 
were not received. We advise insuring everything of value. Insurance is 
usually less than the cost of registering. If you want your mail package 
insured be sure to write "Insure" in your order, and in addition to your re- 
mittance for the order be sure to add enough money to pay postage and 
insurance fee. To secure adjustment it is necessary to make prompt notifi- 
cation of the failure to receive package. 

SECTION 3. REGISTERED MAIL, so called because in such cases the 
postoffice authorities keep a record of the transaction and are thus enabled 
to trace your shipment. Registry fee per package is 8 cents in addition to 
the regular postage. We are not responsible for loss of registered mail. 

A PACKAGE SHIPPED BY MAIL CANNOT EXCEED 4 POUNDS, but any 
number of packages may be sent at one time, each weighing four pounds or 
less. If you live at a great distance from the express office, it might be 
more convenient to send an order by mail in two or more packages, each 
weighing four pounds. One book can be sent by mail, no matter what its 
weight. The rate is !^-cent per ounce. 

THE RATE ON MERCHANDISE BY MAIL IS 1 CENT PER OUNCE, on books 
and printed matter, * cent per ounce, and you should allow, in addition to the 
weight of an article, from one to five ounces for packing material, according 
to size of package shipped. 

IF YOU ARE NOT SURE AS TO THE WEIGHT OF THE ARTICLE, 
be sure to enclose enough money for postage; if you send too much we v/ill 
refund balance. 

EXPLOSIVES, POISONOUS OR INFLAMMABLE ARTICLES cannot be 
mailed under any circumstances whatever. 

LIQUIDS OVER 4 OUNCES CANNOT BE SENT BY MAIL. 

SECTION 4. PROFITABLE MAIL SHIPMENTS. ARTICLES SUCH AS 
WATCHES, JEWELRY and other valuable merchandise of light weight, make 
profitable mail shipments. In all cases where other goods are not ordered at 
the same time, we advise that such articles can be sent by mail economically. 

CERTAIN MEDIUM PRICED GOODS, which, being weighty, cost consider- 
able postage for transportation, should, if possible, be ordered in connection 
with other needed articles, sufficient to make up express or freight shipment, 
thus reducing the transportation charges to one-quarter or one-eighth of the 
postage rate and effecting a far greater saving for you. 

WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ARTICLES OF SMALL WEIGHT and of some 
value, sending goods by mail is by far the most expensive means of trans- 
portation, but even in cases where the postage may seem out of proportion 
to the value of the goods, the cost of the goods with the postage added is us- 
ually less than if purchased at the local dealer's and frequently the article 
wanted is not handled by them at all. while our immense stock of merchan- 
dise will supply your demands. 

Paragraph I. 

EXPRESS SHIPMENTS. 

HOW TO FIGURE EXPRESS CHARGES, SEE PA.CES 7 TO M. 

SHIPPING GOODS BY EXPRESS is an absolutely sale method of trans- 
portation and offers the advantages of quick service. It is the most profit- 
able method of shipping goods when the weight is less than 20 pounds. 
Frequently a customer is in a hurry for certain goods and is willing to pay 
the extra cost of express charges over freight, the money we save him mak- 
ing it profitable on such shipments instead of buying the goods at home. 

IF YOU HAVE NO AGENT at your station, all express shipments will be 
carried to the nearest town where there is an agent. If there is no agent 
at your station always state in your order at what station you prefer to 
receive your goods. 

A RECOMMENDATION THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY: If you live 



at a far distant point and wish to order some article of me-chandise which 
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would weigh about 20 pounds and amount to $6.00 or less, on which the 
express charges would be from $1.25 to $2.75, and you require nothing fur- 
ther from our catalogue at the time, show the book to your friends, let them 
add articles they may be in need of and the shipment can go by freight at 
about the same cost per 1 00 pounds as by express for 20 pounds, your pro- 
portion of the transportation charges being then about 60 cents. We fre- 
quently find it greatly to a customer's advantage to ship by freight instead 
of by express, and when we can save them money by changing the shipping 
directions we will often do so, unless the goods are wanted in great haste. 

ALWAYS RESPOND PROMPTLY TO THE NOTIFICATION OF THE EXPRESS 
AGENT AS TO THE ARRIVAL OF MERCHANDISE. We are constantly in 
receipt of requests from them for disposition of packages by reason of the 
fact that consignee does not reply to postal notices promptly. 

IN SENDING US A COMPLAINT REGARDING OVERCHARGE ON A SHIP- 
MENT be sure to enclose the expense bill showing the charges paid by you, 
so that we may avoid unnecessary correspondence if we find tliat you have 
been overcharged. In case of damage to goods, never accept same until 
the agent has made a notation on the face of your expense bill specifying 
wherein the shipment has been received in bad condition. 



Paragfraph K. 

FREIGHT SHIPMENTS. 

FOR FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION AND FREIGHT RATES, SEE PAGES 7 
to 11. Heavy, bulky merchandise, such as agricultural implements, household 
goods, furniture, groceries, hardware, etc., can be shipped most profitably by 
freight. When a shipment weighs 100 pounds or more, the railroad companies 
will charge only for the actual number of pounds. 

HOW TO SAVE MONEY ON FREIGHT SHIPMENTS. Railroad com- 
panies usually charge no more for 100 pounds thpn they do for 20 pounds. 
While the extremely low prices at which we sell our merchandise would 
make even a small order by freight profitable, as you would certainly be 
getting the goods cheaper than you could possibly buy them through a 
dealer, at the same time it would be a considerable saving of money if 
you could make up a larger order, either of your own wants or club together 
with your neighbors, as the freight charges will amount to comparatively 
very little more. The saving that may be effected by anticipating your 
wants and sending one large order instead of five or six smaller orders at dif- 
ferent times is quite an item, and therefore should be taken into considera- 
tion by our customers. 

YOU MUST PAY THE FREIGHT OR EXPRESS CHARGES, but it will 
amount to very little as compared with what you will save in the price. 

IF YOU HAVE NO AGENT AT YOUR SHIPPING POINT, freight charges 
must be prepaid. If you do not know what the freight charge will amount 
to be sure and allow liberally for same. If you send more than actual 
amount required we. will immediately refund the difference. If you have 
an agent at your station it is not necessary to prepay charges, as they are the 
same whether paid by you or by us, as our system of checking rates insures 
for our customers almost absolute correctness in transportation charges. 

WHEN WE MAKE A SHIPMENT to a railroad station where there is no 
agent, we guarantee safe delivery to the station. From the fact that there 
is no agent at the station to receive the goods the railroad company will not 
assume any responsibility if after they are put on the platform they are 
lost or damaged, and we consequently cannot hold them for such loss or 
damage. 

CUSTOMERS WHO ORDER GOODS shipped to a station where there is 
no agent, must make careful arrangements for the care of the goods after 
they are put on the platform; otherwise, they are liable to be damaged or 
stolen. If you cannot make such arrangements we would recommend that 
you have the goods shipped, if possible, to your nearest open station where 
there is an agent, thus making the railroad company entirely responsible 
for the goods until they are delivered to you. 

OVERCHARGES IN TRANSPORTATION. Whenever a customer suspects 
an overcharge on the part of the transportation company, we will be pleased 
to give same our most prompt and careful attention in his behalf, if he 
^/ill send us the expense bill received from the agent, after he has paid the 
charges. Complaints for overcharges are very few, as our system of check- 
ing the rates on freight and express shipments, insures for our customers 
almost absolute correctness in transportation charges. 

IF YOU HAVE REASON TO BELIEVE THAT AN ERROR HAS OCCURRED 
IN THE WEIGHTS, as shown on the billing for a freight shipment, call the 
attention of the agent to the fact, and if possible weigh the shipment in his 
presence, and if it is found that the shipment is billed overweight he will 
make a notation to that effect on the expense bill, whereupon we will imme- 
diately make refund of the existing overcharge. 

Paragraph L. 

INFORMATION ABOUT GOODS SHIPPED 
DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY. 

IN ORDER TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS THE VERY LOW PRICES WE DO, 
prices based on the actual cost to manufacture, cost of material and labor only, 

with but our one small percentage of profit added, prices much lower than 
they could possibly get elsewhere, we find it necessary to ship many heavy 
goods direct from the factory where they are made, and in doing this we 
save the freight on the goods into our warehouse in Chicago, the cartage, 
bandling and ether expenses incident to merchandise passing through the 



store in Chicago, and we give our customers every particle of the benefit of 
this saving in our extremely low prices. Wherever the catalogue states the 
goods are shipped from the factory, the prices quoted are for these goods 
delivered on board the cars at the factory and the customer pays the trans- 
portation charges from the factory. In many cases, the freight from the 
factory will be less than from Chicago, the factory being nearer to the pur- 
chaser. In some cases the factory v/ill be at a greater distance than 
Chicago, in which case there will be an additional freight beyond the 
Chicago rate; but even in such cases the saving to you is very great, for if 
we were to ship the goods to you ourselves we would be compelled to add 
the freight to Chicago to all the goods, and to this add the expense of hand- 
ling to and from the railroad, in and out of our store and other expenses 
incident to general handling of merchandise in the city. 

IT SOMETIMES HAPPENS that a customer orders several articles in one 
order that are shipped from different factories. For instance, he may order 
a buggy to be shipped from our factory in Southern Michigan, a stove to be 
shipped from our factory in Central Ohio, a windmill that will be shipped 
from our factory in Southern Wisconsin. In this case we v/ould be com- 
pelled to make three different shipments. The goods would go direct to our 
customer from the three different factories, but there would be no extra 
freight charge by reason of the three shipments, as each shipment would 
weigh more than 100 pounds and would therefore entitle the customer to the 
same freight per hundred pounds as if the shipments v/ere all made together. 

WHILE THE GREATER PART OF OUR GOODS ARE CARRIED IN STOCK 
IN OUR STORE AND WAREHOUSES IN CHICAGO, and this factory shipment 
information does not apply to small or general merchandise, v/e have found it 
necessary to make factory shipments on many heavy and bulky articles. 
purely in the interests of our customers, in order to give our customers the 
greatest possible value for their money, to enable us to deliver the goods to 
them at our one small percentage of profit direct from the manufacturer to 
the consumer, and your attention is called to the explanation that is always 
made in the catalogue regarding any article that is to be shipped from the 
factory, that you may understand that the freight is to be paid by the pur- 
chasers from the factory direct, and also that you v/ill understand our reason 
for this method of handling certain merchandise. 

WE FREQUENTLY RECEIVE ORDERS which include merchandise, a part 
of which is to be shipped direct from the factory and part direct from our store. 
For example: A man may order a buggy and a harness. The buggy will 
be shipped from the factory, the harness from the store. He may order a 
stove and some stove furniture, cooking utensils, etc. The stove would be 
shipped direct from the foundry and the cooking utensils from the store. 

WHEN AN ORDER INCLUDES SUCH HEAVY GOODS as we ship direct from 
the factory (in order to make the low price), and other goods which we ship 
direct from our store, if that portion of the order which is to be shipped di- 
rect from our store is a profitable shipment (see Paragraph M about unpro- 
fitable shipments), we make two shipments; the stove, buggy or other heavy 
shipment going direct from the factory, the balance from our store. But it 
sometimes happens that that portion of the order to be shipped from our 
store would not be a profitable shipment. It may be for a few cooking uten- 
sils, amounting to $1.00 or $2.00, or a very low priced harness of $5.00 cr 
$6.00, or $1.00 or $2.00 worth of miscellaneous merchandise, on which tho 
freight charges v/ould amount to more than the saving, or difference between 
our price and the price at which the customer could buy in his own town. 
In such cases of unprofitable shipment we use our very best judgment, and 
where we deem that portion of the order that is to go from our house an un- 
profitable shipment, we cancel that portion of the order and return the 
amount to our customer in cash for the goods canceled. 

AS A FURTHER EXAMPLE: The customer may order a parlor <^'iite for 
$15.00 to $20.00, which we ship from the factory, and may include with 'his or- 
der one chair for 90 cents, which we ship from the house. This one chair 
(except to nearby points), would be considered an unprofitable shipment. 
On such an order we would take the liberty of cancelling the order for the 
chair, returning the 90 cents to the customer at once, and we would ship the 
parlor suite to him direct from the factory by freight, with a letter of full ex- 
planation for our action. This article is intended to explain our methods of 
treating special orders only in the interest of the customers. 



Paragraph M. 

ABOUT UNPROFITABLE SHIPMENTS. 

WE FREQUENTLY RECEIVE ORDERS which we term "unprofitable" 

shipments, which means that the shipment would not be profitable to our 
customer. For example: A party living far distant may order a dollar's 
worth of sugar to go by express. The express charges would equal the cost 
of the sugar. We occasionally get an order for heavy hardware, the order 
amounting to perhaps less than $5.00. The goods weigh 100 pounds. We 
are asked to ship them by express. This is usually an " unprofitable " ship- 
ment. An order for a single pair of heavy cheap boots to go a great distance 
by express, or for very bulky woodenware or heavy and low priced mer- 
chandise, such as molasses, nails or cornmeal, might be what we term an 
" unprofitable " shipment for far distant points. 

WE WOULD ADVISE OUR CUSTOMERS to study the freight and express 
rates as given on the following pages, for we do not wish you to send us a 
dollar for anything unless we can save you money on the purchase. 

ORDERS THAT WOULD BE UNPROFITABLE to ship by mail or express 
may be very profitable when sent by freight, but as one hundred pounds is 
usually carried by freight for the same charge as ten pounds, by adding 
other merchandise to your order, either for yourself or by getting your 
neighbors to join you in making up a large order, you can make the shipment 
very profitable. Read Paragraph K on this page before making up your order. 



DO NOT FAIL TO CIVE SIZE, COLOR, WEIGHT, ETC., IF REQUIRED, WHEN WRITING YOUR ORDER. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, .licago. CATALOGUL No. 112. 



Paragraph N. 

CLUB ORDERS. 

TO EQUALIZE OR REDUCE THE COST OF TRANSPORTATION, we advise 
the sending of club orders. Anyone can get up a club. Simply have ycur 
neighbors or friends send their orders in with yours and advise us to ship all 
to one person by freight. If each customer writes his order under his 
own name, it will be a very easy matter for us to keep each one's goods 
separate, and the freight charges will be next to nothing when shared by 
several persons. 

IF YOU LIVE AT A FAR DISTANT POINT and 'wish to order some article or 
articles of merchandise, which, together, would weigh about twenty pounds. 
the value of which may be $5.00 or less, and you find that the express charges 
will be from $1.25 to $2.75. and there is nothing further in our catalogue that 
you require at the time, show this catalogue to your friends. Let your friends 
add twenty, thirty or forty pounds, even fifty or seventy-five pounds of goods, 
then the goods can go by freight at about the same rate as the express charges. 

Papag-raph 0. 

HOW TO RETURN GOODS. 

BEFORE RETURNING THE GOODS to us in any manner, we would ask 
that you communicate with us in regard to them, as we are frequently able to 
adjust matters in a manner that will avoid the delay occasioned by return 
of goods. 

INVOICE NUMBER. Be sure to mention your invoice number under 
ilch goods were shipped to you by us. 

NEVER RETURN GOODS BY EXPRESS if the weight is more than 
twenty-five pounds, as it is cheaper to send heavy packages by freight. When 
you return goods by express or freight be sure to enclose in the package your 
letter of instructions and particulars. Don't forgul we must always have your 
invoice number. Never write us about a shipment and omit the invoice num- 
ber. Don't forget that a letter containing full instructions should be in all 
express and freight shipments returned. Don't forget we must have your full 
name and address, exactly as given in the original shipment, in order to 
prooerly adjust any matter pertaining to an order returned. 

■ WHEN RETURNING A PACKAGE BY MAIL, write your name, address 
and invoice number plainly in the upper left hand corner, providing you do 
not have one of the labels which we furnish when we know goods are to be 
returned. Send us by separate mail the particulars and instructions. 

00 NOT ENCLOSE WRITTEN MATTER of any kind in mail packages, as 
by so doing you are liable to a fine of $10.00 and double letter rate postage. 

THE UNITED STATES POSTAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS require that all 
packages of merchandise sent in the mails must be wrapped or enveloped in 
such a manner that their contents may be readily examined by the post- 
master without destroying the wrapper. Never seal packages returned by mail, 
but tie them securely with twine. 

DO NOT FAIL TO REGISTER MAIL PACKAGES WORTH $2.00 OR MORE. 
Merchandise is sometimes lost when sent by open mail. A package can be 
'ftglstered for 8 cents and if necessar\' can be traced. Do not enclose money 
•1 returned merchandise. V/e cannot be responsible for its loss. 

Paragraph P. 

ABOUT DELAYED SHIPMENTS. 

IF YOU HAVE SENT US AN ORDER FOR GOODS and you think it is time 
t><»v <should have arrived, before writing us concerning the delay please consider 

"ng: 

,< e we are willing and glad to answer all kinds of inquiries, to make 
every possible kind of research, to quickly look up and trace any shipment 
said to have been delayed, we are daily in receipt of hundreds of letters 
claiming that goods have been delayed, when the orders have been filled by 
us with all possible promptness, and have been handled by the railroad or ex- 
press companies with their usual dispatch. The investigation simply shows 
the customer is impatient and has not allowed sufficient time for the order to 
reach us, we to fill the order and the express compa.ny to deliver the goods. 

WE FILL ALL ORDERS with the greatest possible dispatch consistent with 
proper cars and safety. It requires from, two to six days after your order is 
received for us to ship goods. Where goods are ordered that have to be 
made to order or finished after received, such as tailoring, upholstered furni- 
ture, vehicles, etc.. additional time must be allowed. Goods shipped direct 
from our factory, such as stoves, sewing machines, furniture and a few other 
heavy items, require from five to ten days to make shipment, add to this the 
necessary time for the express company or railroad com.pany to carry the goods 
to you and you will seldom, if ever, bedisappointedin the arrival of your goods. 

BEFORE WRITING us concerning goods ordered or before calling for them at 
your railroad station, first consider if you have allowed ample time for your 
order to reach Chicago, the required time for us to fill same, as abovestated. 
and for the railroad or express company to carry it to you. If you will al- 
ways do this, allowing liberal time, bearing in- mind that express and rail- 
road companies sometimes delay goods a few days after they receive them, 
you will seldom, if ever, have occasion to write us concerning a delay. 

IN CASE, HOWEVER, an order should be delayed beyond the time above 
referred to, and you write us, do not fail to m.ention the date on which you 
mailed y^i'T order, the name and address as given in the original order, the 
value and nature of the cash you sent. and. if possible, give us your invoice 
number, for if you received from us a postal card acknowledging the receipt 
of the order, you will find the invoice number on the card mailed you. 

ABOUT MISTAKES. If we make a mistake in filling your order, kindly 
give us a chance to correct it. We tr>' to fill every order absolutely correct; 

DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE SIZE, COLOR, WEIGHT, E 



but errors sometimes creep in. They do in all business houses. You will 
always find us willing to correct ours. Do not fail to write us in case of an 
error; •therv.ise we may never know it. 

CHANGE OF ADDRESS. We would kindly request our customers to im- 
mediately advise us concerning any change of address, as we keep our records 
according to states and towns, and should you order from one town and then 
write from another, we would be compelled to send for further information 
before we could adjust the matter in question. 

Paragraph Q. 

ABOUT UNNECESSARY CORRESPONDENCE. 

WHILE WE EMPLOY OVER ONE HUNDRED STENOGRAPHERS for the ac- 
commodation of our customers, and are willing and glad to ansv/er all letters 
and furnish any special information that may be desired, we daily receive 
hundreds of letters of inquiry about things that are plainly answered in this 
catalogue, hundreds of letters which might be avoided, saving loss of time 
and unnecessary expense. 

IT IS VERY SELDOM NECESSARY TO WRITE US, asking what the freight 
or express charge will be on any article to any point, for. from the weights 
given under each description and from the express and freight rates shown 
on pages 7 to II. you can calculate very closely what the freight or express 
will amount to and save the time and trouble of writing for this information. 

OUR OLD CUSTOMERS rarely ever have occasion to write us, asking v/hat 
the freight or express will be on any article, and new customers will hardly 
ever have occasion to if they v,ill refer to pages 7 to 11. 

LETTERS CONCERNING SHIPMENTS CAN OFTEN BE AVOIDED. We 
receive hundreds of letters every day from parties who have ordered and 
have not allowed sufficient time for the order to reach us, the goods to be 
packed and shipped and for the goods to reach them, (See Paragraph 
P.) Never write about a shipment until ample time has been allowed for the 
goods to reach you. We receive hundreds of letters asking foi* prices or spe- 
cial prices on articles on which the price is plainly printed in this catalogue. 
All such letters are unnecessary, for it only means an answer again referring 
you to the catalogue. 

WE RECEIVE HUNDREDS OF LETTERS DAILY from people who ask us 
if we can't make changes in the goods as advertised, that they want the same 
thing or things with slight changes. This is all irregular and could not be 
furnished excepting at an advanced price, and we have found it impracticable 
to make any such changes, and to all such inquiries we can save you the 
time and trouble by saying that no changes can be made from those made 
plain in this catalogue. Since we answer as many as ten thousand letters a 
day, you will help us where a reply is necessary by answering on the back 
of our letter. 

Paragraph R. 

INSTALLMENT PLAN OR PARTIAL PAYMENT. 

WE RECEIVE HUNDREDS OF LETTERS asking for prices on certain goods, 

especially on organs, pianos and other goods that run into money, from 
parties v/ho wish to buy on the installment plan and' to make settlemei f in 
notes. All these inquiries can be avoided for the reason that our only terms 
are cash, we never extend time, we open no accounts nor allow goods to be 
sold on the installment plan, 

Paragraph S. 

ABOUT CLAIMS FOR DAMAGE. 

WE CAREFULLY PACK AND DELIVER ALL OUR GOODS in good condi- 
tion on board the cars, either in Chicago or at the factory, as made plain in this 
catalogue. We accept a receipt from the railroad company for the goods in 
good order, and it very rarely happens that any goods that we pack and 
ship reach their destination in bad order. 

IF IT SHOULD EVER HAPPEN that any article reaches you marred, scratched, 
broken or in any way defective, be sure to have the railroad agent make a nota- 
tion of such defect on the freight receipt (expense bill) he gives you. You can 
then present your claim for damage to the railroad agent from whom you 
received the goods, it being his duty at that end to take the matter up with the 
officials of that road and collect for you any damage that may have occurred. 

WHILE THE PROPER PLACE FOR TAKING UP ANY CLAIMS FOR DAMAGE 
on goods in transit, either by freight or express, is through the agent who delivers 
the goods, the trouble, delay and expense of writing. us to do this can also be 
avoided. We. however, guarantee the goods v.-e ship to reach you in the 
same perfect condition they leave us, and to be satisfactory to you in every 
way, and if you find them damaged in transit and you accept them and the 
agent hesitates to take and collect your claim for dam.age, you can write us 
enclosing your receipt (expense bill) for the freight charges paid the agent, 
with the agent's written notation on the expense bill, stating what the dam- 
age is. and we will take the matter up at this end, collect the damage and 
send the money to you. It will be impossible for us to consider claims for 
damages to shipments unless the expense bill bears a notation to the effect tfiat 
the shipment was received in bad condition. 

WHILE WE HAVE a large corps of stenographers and corresponding clerks 
in our employ, whose duty it is to promptly and courteously answer all inquiries 
and give all desired information, in order to maintain our extremely low prices 
the cost of conducting our business must be cut down to the very minimum, 
and to do this our customers are especially requested before v.'riting us con- 
cerning freight rates, claims, delays, or before asking us for informa- 
tion of any kind, to carefully consult this catalogue, and if they will do this 
they will find in nine cases out of ten the information can be had or the 
adjustment of damage made, v/ithcut going to the trouble of writing us or 
putting us to the expense of corresponding on the subject. 

rC, IF REQUIRED, WHEN WRITING YOUR ORDER. 



SEARS» ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.il2. 



FREIGHT AND EXPRESS RATES. 

THE FOLLOWING TABLE IS TO VARIOUS POINTS 
IN EVERY STATE AND TERRITORY 

HOW TO FIGURE FREIGHT CHARGES 

SEE PAGE 11 for list of artirk-s and tlicir class, ilicn lirjcl t In' weight 
of the desired article (wliiob we aim tu sive undcrm-atli its desniiii ion in this 
catalogue), and if not {iiven you ran estimatr tlie wci^'lit vt-rv I'lost-ly. Find 
the rate in following talilo under its class, .and jiuiltliily thi' rati' l>y (lie weight, 
and vou have the frei,i;ht I'harses sutHciently correct lor your infiM luation. 

THE KAILKOAUS hare what is called a MINIMUM FREIGHT CHARGE, 
meaning the least amount of money they will haul a freiglit shipment for, no 
matter how little it weighs. In the first column we quote the minimum 
frei^jlit charge or explain how it is made up. 

Note 1. THE MINIMUM CHARGE to t<iwns covered by Note 1 is the 
same as for 50 pounds at the rate under the class to which the article belongs, 
provided it is not less than 5n cents. 

Note 3. .SAME AS NOTE 1, provided it is not less than 75 cents. 

Notes. THE MINIMUM CHARGE to towns Covered by Note 3 Is the 
same as for 100 pounds at the rate under the class to which the article belongs. 



IT 1^ NOT MFPP^^ARY to write us for frelKlilanclexprcMt* ratcH.a»tIiefollowin'4 
II IjnUI n^m.JJMni i^bles ami the iriHtriicllons »<- herewitli i;ive will nho» 
.|iiHt wliat the trfrlKliI aiHl cxpreHH rates are to dllleretit points in tlic I'nited States and 
<'ana<la. Talt4' the nearest town to your own in the lahle hebtw, and the frelg^lil 
rate to your town will Ix* almost. If not 4*\actiy, the same ftir 1 oo poundM. 

EXPRESS CH ARGE S. '" "'" blowing table are glv.n the 
expn-.ss rates for UX) ik>uiium. but for 

shlpmeiils wcitihing Ic^s than that S(;e page 10. Freight Is the cb(*afj*?st 
way to ship oi'ilers weighing :iO pounds or more. .Mak*- your order for iW 
IK>unds, if p{>ssllilc, and get, t he bi-neht of the rninlrnum charge, as Khipnient> 
weighing frotn :i(t to ion jHMtnds usually cost no njore tiiai. 2t> p<^)unds. Where 
two rates are shown, add Iheni together to figure the charges on i>ackag«f8 
weighing 7 pounds or under. For packages weighing m*)re than < [K>und.H, 
figure the i'harges at each rate separately, and then add these amounts fi»r 
the total. 
NO MATTER HOW FAR AWAY >"" '"ay live, we ran still save you money on 

your purchases. I>ISTA N(, K IS NO DRA W- 

U.VCK. Remember, your local dealer must pay the exact same rated freight that you 
pay on the goods, and this cost of freight he must add to the cost of the goods when he 
figures his selling price. But our prices on practically everything in this catalogue are so 
very much lower than the same quality of goods can be had from smaller concerns, that 
after you pay all transportation charges, even to very distant points, we can save you money. 



ALABAMA— 

Birmingham Note 1 

i?rewtiin Note 3 



nin. 

frelorht 
cliarce 



iBl 

trelt-lit 

por 
100 lbs 



Dadeville. 

Decatur 

Gadsden 

Mobile 

Montgomery. . . 

Ozark 

Randolph 

Tuscaloosa 

Whatley 

ARIZONA— 

Benson 

I>uncan 

Flagstaff 

Holbrook 

Phoenix 

Prescott 

Seligman 

Solomanville.. 

Tucson 

Yucca 

Yuma 



ARKANSAS - 

Daleville 

Fort Smith... 
Fayetteville., 

Knobel 

Little Rock... 

Morrillton 

Newport 

Pine Bluff.... 
Texarkana... 
Van Buren. . 
Warren 



BRITISH COLUMBIA— 

Arrowhead 

Field 

Trail 

Kamloops 

Lytton 

Manairao 

Three Forks 

Viincouver 

Yale 

CALI<'ORNI.\— 

Balferfield 

Fresno 

Los) Angeles 

Needles 

Bedding 

Sacramento 

San Bernardino 

Sau Diego 

San Francisco 

yanta Cruz 

Yreka 

COLORADO— 

Alamosa 

CrippleCreek 

Denver 

Eagle 

Grand .Tunction 

Gieeley 

Gunnison ^ 

Kit Carson 

I. a Junta 

Mancos 

Montrose 

Pueblo 

Sterling 

. Trinidad 

CONNECTICUT- 

Bridgeport 

Canaan 

Hartford 

New Haven 

New London 

New Melford 

Putnam 

Willirnantic 

DELAWARE— 

Dover 

Farmingtou 

Middleton 

Newark 

■Wilmington 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA— 

Langdon 

Washington 



No)e2 
Note I 
Notel 
? 1 10 
Notel 
Notes 
Notel 
Notel 
Notel 

fSOl 

2 71 

3 40 
3 25 
3 
3 25 
3 40 
3 0: 
3 05 
3 40 
3 05 

Notes 
Notes 
Notes 
Notes 
Notes 
Notes 
Notes 
Notes 
Notes 
Notes 
Notes 



72 



?1 19 
1 51 
1 82 
1 19 
1 4 
1 10 
1 38 
1 96 
1 6' 
1 48 
1 80 

3 43 
3 99 
3 90 
3 74 
3 72 
3 
3 90 
3 28 
3 52 
3 00 
3.52 

1 3: 

1 30 
1 42 
1 08 
1 20 
1 3; 
1 0; 
1 20 
1 30 
1 30 

1 42 

3 89 
3 53 

3 80 
4' 04 

4 18 
3 05 
3 80 

3 05 

4 24 

3 80 
3 50 
3 00 
3 90 
3 61 
3 00 
3 34 
3 00 
3 00 

3 21 

4 00 

3 1 

2 70 

2 05 

3 56 
3 10 

2 05 

3 20 

1 9!) 

2 05 

4 25 

3 .50 
205 

1 81 

2 05 



72 



frfi^lil 

per 
100 Ills 



SI 03 
1 2; 
1 54 
1 03 
1 

90 
1 26 
1 68 
1 45 
1 28 

1 .53 

3 01 

2 68 

3 40 
3 35 
3 2i 
3 25 
3 40 
3 02 
3 05 
3 40 
3 05 

1 19 
1 06 
1 21 

87 
I 01 
1 14 

86 
1 01 
1 15 
1 06 

1 24 

334 

2 94 

3 32 

2 91 

3 47 

2 65 

3 32 

2 65 

3 51 

3 .38 
2 08 

2 60 

3 40 
3 16 
2 60 
2 90 
2 60 
2 60 

2 79 

3 50 

2 60 

3 26 

1 65 

2 99 
2 05 

1 65 

2 65 
1 65 

1 65 

3 65 

2 95 
1 65 
1 58 
1 65 

71 
71 
71 
71 
71 
71 
71 
71 

63 
65 
65 
63 
63 

62 
62 



3d (III 

rlnHS I rlni8 
rr4.li:>it frricbl 

per ppr 
mollis 100 lb« 



SO 83 
1 04 
1 23 

83 
1 06 

75 
1 03 
1 43 
1 23 
1 04 

1 26 

2 66 
2 49 
2 70 
2 70 
2 90 
2 90 
2 70 
2 71 

2 70 

3 70 
3 70 

99 
87 
1 00 
68 
77 
93 
6' 
7' 
99 

8: 

1 05 

2 

3 36 
3 79 
3 68 
2 

3 25 
3 79 

2 25 
2 79 

2 70 
2 65 
2 20 

2 70 

3 70 
3 20 
3 46 
2 20 
2 20 
2 3' 
2 80 

2 03 
1 83 
1 33 

3 31 
3 15 
1 25 
3 10 
1 

1 25 
3 9: 

2 30 
1 
1 
1 35 

55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
55 
35 

50 

50 
50 

48 

48 

47 
4' 



SO 64 
85 
99 
64 
85 
38 
80 

1 11 
99 
81 
99 

2 10 
2 29 
2 10 
2 10 
2 30 

2 30 

3 10 

2 30 

3 10 
2 10 
2 10 

75 
65 
74 
53 
55 
69 
55 
53 
88 
65 
85 

1 89 

1 72 

2 33 
1 <» 
200 
1 95 

3 33 

1 95 

2 03 

2 10 

3 10 

1 90 

2 10 

2 32 
1 90 

3 13 
1 90 

1 90 

2 05 
2 20 

1 57 
1 ,52 

!r7 

1 83 

1 75 

97 

1 72 
97 
97 

2 42 
1 82 

97 
97 
97 

39 
39 
39 



Sth I 01 h 
clnHS rInHR 
rrelKbt rri>li,Hil 

per per 

lOnlhH 100 lbs 



SO 55 
7H 
84 
55 
71 
4' 
67 
93 
83 
70 
82 



$0 42 
71 
65 
42 
58 
41 
53 
76 
64 
54 
70 



ExpresH 

per 
100 lbs 



S5 25- 
5 25- 

11 50- 
3 35- 
5 23- 

13 00- 
5 25- 

13 00- 
5 25- 



S 3 75 
4 00 
4 50 
3 33 

3 73 

4 00 

3 75 

4 73 
4 00 
4 00 
4 35 

10 75 
9 50 
10 50 
10 35 
12 50 

12 00 
10 75 

10 60 

11 50 
11 00 
11 50 

3 75 

4 00 
3 75 

2 75 

3 50 
3 75 
3 25 

3 50 

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(^"arey vlUe 

Gainesville 

.lacksonville 

Key West 

Pensacola 

Punta Gorda 

Sebastian 

Tallahassee 

Tampa (all rail).... 
Tampa (rail and water: 
via. Mobile) 

GEORGIA— 

Albany 

Atlanta 

Brunswick 

Cairo 

Columbus 

Folkston 

Macon 

Quitman 

Rome 

Savannah 

Stillmore 

Valdosta 

WarrentOD 

Waycross 

IDAHO— 

American Falls 

Boise City 

Gem 

Idaho Palls 

Ketchum 

Moscow 

Mountain Tlome 

Pocatello 

Spencer f... 

ILLINOIS— 

Belvidere 

Cairo 

Danville 

Freeport 

• Joliet 

Litchfield 

Milan , 

Mt. Vernon 

Peoria 

Quincy 

Springfield 

Toledb 

INDIANA— 

Bedford . 

Connersville 

Elkhart 

Evansville 

Ft. Wayne 

Goshen 

Indianapolis 

Lafayette 

New Albany 

Terre Haute 

Valparaiso 

INDIAN TERUITORY- 

Atoka 

Checotah 

Eufaula 

Kiowa 

Red Fork 

Vinita 

W^agoner 

Wewoka 

IOWA— 

Alta 

Audubon 

Bedford 

Bode 

Burlington 

Carroll 

Cedar Rapids 

Centerville 

Council Bluffs 

Davenport 

Des Moines 

Hamburg 

Keokuk 

Mason City 

Muscatine 

Ottumw.a 

Waterloo 

Waukon 

Webster City 





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SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 




KANSAS— 

Atchison 

Council Grove.. 

Dod/je Oity 

Ft. Scott 
Garnett 
Great Bend 
Hartland 
Ijeavenworth. 

Leoti 

Mankato 

Meade 

Norton 

Sawyer 

Topeka 

Wic-liita 

Wlnfleld 

KENTUCKY- 

Ashland 

Burnside, 

Oampbellsville 

Frankfort 

Henderson. 

Louisville 

Maysvilltj, 

Owensboro. 

Paducab 

Paris.. .. 

Versailles. 

LOUISIANA— 

Ale.xandria 

Baton Rouge 

Crowley.. . 

Kentwood 

Lake Cliarles. 

Many... 

Monroe 

Morgan City 

Moreauville 

New Orleans 

Ponchatoula, 

Shreveport 

Tangipahoa 

Winnsboro. 

MAINE— 

Augusta 

Alfred.. 

Bangor 

Brown ville Junction. . . 

Caribou 

Eastport. 

Kennebunk, 

Lowelltown 

Ludlow 

Portland and Lewiston 

Roclvland 

Skowbegan 

MANITOBA— 

Binscarth 
Gladstone 
Pilot Jlound 
Pipestone 

Starbuck 

Winnipeg 

MARYLAND- 

Annapolis 

Baltimore 

Brandvwine 

Elktori 

FinUsburg 

Frederick 

Germantown 

Hagerstown .... 

Port Tobacco 

Roaring Point.. . 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Ashley Falls 

Barnstable 

Bellingbam Jet. 

Boston 

Graniteville 

Hinsdale 

.TetTerson 

Lakeville 

New Bedford 

Provincetown... 

Springfield 

Templeton 

Worcester 

MICHIGAN— 

Adrian 

Alba 

Alpena 

BayCity 

Boync Falls 

Cheboygan 

Detroit 

Enimett 

(*i-;ind Rapids.... 

Tvaliiraazoo 

L:i using 

M:inist<*e 

T-ihpeming 

I'aris 

I 'etnskey 

I\oscommon, 



MINNESOTA— 

Albert Lea 

.\ndubon 

<'rookston 

Duluth 

Edgerton 

Farris 

Hallock 

Mankato 

Marshall 

Menahga 

Milan 

Minneapolis 

Moorhead 

Redwood Falls.. 

Tower 

Winona 

MISSISSIPPI— 

.\ckerman 

lolly Spring 

Jackson 

Meridian 

Mississippi Oity. 

Natchez 

Ocean Springs... 

Port Gibson 

Ro.xie 

state Line 

Vicksburg 

West Point 



MISSOURI— 

<"harIeston 

Chicopee 

Chillicothe 

riinton 

Hannibal 

Independence 

Jefferson City 

Kahoka 

Kansas City 

Kirkwood 

Osceola 

Paris 

Poplar Bluff 

Richards 

Rolla 

Springfield 

St. Louis 

St. Joseph 

MONTAN.4— 

Big Timt»r 

Billings 

Butte 

Chinook 

Dillon 

(.xlasgow 

(ileiidlve 

Great Falls.:-. 

Helena 

Kallspell 

Livingston 

Missoula 

Neihart 

NEBRASK.4— 

Alnsworth 

Alliance 

Battle Creek 

Beaver City 

Chadron 

(happen 

Cmly 

Crawford 

Duncan 

Grant 

H.'istlngs 

Hetningford 

Imperial 

Lincoln 

I>iup (!ity 

Nelson 

Ogallala 

Omaha 

fi-Neill 

Pawnee 

Thedford 

Valentine 

■:VADA- 

.\nstin 

(arson 

Elko 

Eureka 

Hawthorne 

Reno 

Toana 

Winnemucca 

NEW BRUNSWICK- 

Chatham 

Clarendon 

Fredericton 

(irand Falls 

Moncton 

WiOTdstock 

NEW H.\MPSHIRE— 

Berlin 

Colebrook 

Conway 

Dover 

Enfield 

Keene 

Laconia 

Manchester 

Plymouth 

Portsmouth 

Suncook 

Wing Road 



sin 

tr«l^ht 



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per pt-r 

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50 

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1 10 
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1 18 
50 
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1 10 
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25 
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1 86 

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1 58 
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3 40 

3 70 

4 40 
3 40 
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90 
83 
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83 
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100 lb. 



$0 40 
85 
92 
44 
49 
83 
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43 
55 
81 
64 
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45 
78 
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45 
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32 
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1 67 
1 65 
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1 53 
1 75 
1 26 
1 19 
I 70 
1 
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1 85 

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2 a5 

2 10 

2 40 

3 10 
2 10 
2 10 
2 10 

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49 

49 
49 
59 



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$0 80- 



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2 00- 



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51 
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56 
77 
47 
77 
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3 75 
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2 25 

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2 00 

3 00 

3 00 
2 00 
400 

2 75 

3 25 
1 75 



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3 10 


3 75 


4 00 


4 25 


3 75 


425 


4 10 


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200 


2 50 


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2 75 


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2 75 


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550 


800 


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9 00 


2 00- 6 75 


3 75 


500 


300 


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4 75 


4 75 


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300 

2 50 

3 00 

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250 

3 25 
250 
2 75 
325 



SEARS, ROEPUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



9 



NEW JERSEY— 

Bridgeton 

Ohatsworth 

Lafjiyette 

Mlddli'town 

Morris town 

Mullica Hill 

Newark 

Oxford Furnace 

PleasatitvlUe 

Pouipton 

Somerville 

NEW MEXICO— 

Albuquerque 

Oarlsbad 

Clayton 

Las Vegas 

Lordsburg 

Raton 

Boswell 

Santa Fe 

Socorro 

Wlngate 

NEW YORK— 

Albany. . . 

Big Moose 

Boston Corners 

Buffalo 

Canton 

Cortland 

Delhi 

Elmira 

Fort Edward 

Hastings (Oswego Co.) 

Lake Placid 

Lyons 

Malone 

New York 

North Creek 

Nunda 

Plattsburg 

Poughkeepsie 

Kocnester 

Saranac Lake 

Warsaw '. 

Watertown 

Whitehall 

NOKTH CAROLINA- 

Belhaven 

Charlotte 

Clinton 

Fayettevllle 

Goldsboro 

Goldston 

Greensboro 

Halifax 

Hertford 

Mount Airy 

Newborn 

Newport 

Raleigh 

Salisbury 

Shelby 

Wadesboro 

Washington 

Wilkes boro 

Wilmington 

NORTH DAKOTA— 

Aneta 

Bismarck 

Bottineau 

Carrington 

Cooperstown 

Dickinson 

EUendale 

Fargo 

Grand Forks 

Hannah 

Jamestown 

Lakota 

Medora 

Mlnot 

Pembina 

St. John 

Wahpeton 

NOVA SCOTIA— 

Berwick 

Hopewell 

Mulgrove 

- North Sidney 

Oxford Jet 

Pictou 

Truro 

Yarmouth 

OHIO - Bellefontalne. . . . 

Bueyrus 

Caldwell 

Canton. 

Chlllicothe 

Cincinnati 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Coshocton 

Dayton 

Defiance 

Georgetown 

Greenville 

Hillsboro 

Jobs 

Laura 

Lima 

Logan 

Marion 

Ottawa 

Portsmouth 

Steuben ville 

Toledo 

Xenia 

Youngstown 



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55 
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2 75 
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6 75 

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Mitchell 

Pierre 

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2 75 


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3 25 


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5 25 


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4 25 


3 75 


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6 75 
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6 75 

5 75 

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5 75 

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6 75 
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3 25 
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12 00 
11 00 
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10 00 

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11 .50 
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10 00 

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2 56 
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250 
2 25 
2 50 
200 
225 
300 
225 

2 00 

3 25 
2 25 
2 25 
225 
1 75 



200 

200 

75 

1 75 

2 00 
1 75 
1 00 
1 50 
1 25 

1 75 

2 00 
1 50 
1 00 
1 10 

60 
1 25 
1 75 
1 50 
1 SO 
1 50 
200 
150 
175 
1 SO 
300 
175 
1 75 
1 75 



6 00 
600 
80O 

7 75 
800 
7 00 
800 
750 

6 75 
5 25 

7 50 
800 
700 
800 
6S0 



now TO FIGLRE EXPRESS CHARGES. 

Refer to above table for the expre*is rate per 100 poiiixN to the nearest 
town In your state, then refer to the same rate per lOO p<iunds iu the table 
below, and .vou can tell exactly what the express eharpes will be on a packai^e 
welching from 1 to 25 pounds, rtO poiiD<ls or lOO pounds from Chicago to 
your station. For example: Express rate for loo pounds to Fargo, N, D., Is 
*!S3.,50: iy pounds would cost 65 (-ents. 

When two rates are shown, figure the charges for 7 pounds or less, at combined rates; 
if over 7 pounds figure at separate rates and add both charges together. 



SO. 40 
.50 

.60, 

.75 

i.oo! 

LSO 
1.75 
2 00 
2.50 
S.OO 
S.50 
4.00 
4. ,50 
5.00 
11.00 
7.00 
8.00 
'.1.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
IS. 00; 

14.00; 

15.00 
16.00 
17.00 

18.00: 
20.001 





; 
'/ 1 










c 


c 1 


3 


S 1 







S, 


a. 


-■ 


M 


S0.25 


10.25, 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.25 


.35 


.25 


.'£> 


.35 


.25 


.35 


35 


.25 


.25 


.K 


.25 


.30 


.'.» 


.30 


.35 


.30 


.35 


.30 


.35 


.30 


.35 


.30 


.25 


..30 


.35 


.30 


.35 


.30 


,35 


.30 


.25 


.30 


.35 


.30 


.25 


.30 


.;«i 


.35 


M 


.35 


.35 


.40 


.;i5 


.40 


.:i5 


.45 


.,35 


.45 


.40 


.50 



fO.i 



.25 
.30 
.30 
.30 
.35 
.40 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.45 
.50 
.50 
.55 
.60 
.60 



$0.25 



.30 

.:iO 

.30 
.35 
.40 
.45 
.50 
.55 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.60 
.65 
.65 
.75 
.75 
.80 



. 




























ft 


z. 


>a 


t- 


SO .35 


S0.25 


.35 


.30 


.35 


.30 


.m 


.:» 


.35 


.35 


,40 


.40 


.40 


.45 


45 


.50 


.50 


.oo 


..55 


.65 


.65 


.70 


.65 


.75 


.65 


.75 


70 


.85 


70 


.90 


.70 


.95 


.75 


l.Ofl 


■ .75 


1.00 


.40 


1.00 


.75 


1.00 


75 


1.00 


.75 


1.00 


.8(1 


l.Ofl 


.80 


1.10 


.85 


1.15 


.85 


1.15 


.SKI 


1.2.5 


.95 


1.40 


l.Wl 


1.50 



to. 25! 

.:io 

.30 

.35 

.40 

.45 

.50 

.55 

.60 

.75 

.75 

.90 

.90 

1.00 

1.00 

1.15 

1.20 

1 

1.35 
1.50 
1.50 
1.50 
1.501 
1.501 
1.85 
1.&5 
1.75 
1.80 
2.00 



SO. 35 

.30 

.30 

.35 

.40 

.50 

.60 

.60 

.70 

.80 

.85 

1.00 

1.00 

1.10 

i.is: 

1.35 

i.so; 

1.601 
1.75 
2.00: 
2.001 
2.151 
2.151 
2.15 
2.S51 
3.50 
2.60' 
2.751 
3.001 



te 


X 


•3 


■a 


a 


a 


3 


3 


C 




e. 




o 


i'i 






J0.35 


S0.251 


.30 


.35 


.;«! 


.35 


.;i5 


.40 


.45 


.50 


.55 


.60 


.65 


.70 


.70 


.75 


.80 


.90 


.90 


1.00 


1.00 


1.10 


1.15 


1.35 


1.15 


1.30 


1.35 


1.50 


1.30 


1.50 


1.65 


1.85, 


1.75 


3.O0I 


3.00 


2.25 


2.0O 


2.50 


3. .50 


s.ool 


2..5(i 


3.251 


2.75 


3.. 50 


2.75 


3.50 


2.85 


3.50 


3.00 


3.75 


3.20 


4.00 


3.40 


4.25 


3.60 


4.50 


4.00 


5.00 



s 



to. 30 
.45 
.45 
.55 
.70 
.90 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.25 
1.50 
1.75 
2.00 
2 25 
2.. 50 
3.00 
3.50 
4.00 
4.50 
5.00 
5.50 
6.00 
6.50 
7.00 
7.50 
8.00 
8..V) 
9.00 
10.00 



If .vou cannot figure the freight or express charges from above tables, ask 
youragent; he will be pleased to furnish them, if not write us and we will 
give you alt the information .vou desire. 

Express or freight charges add next to nothing to the cost of goods yea 
order from us compared with what .vou will save in price. 

One order will convince you that it is just as convenient and far more 
economical to buy goods direct from us tlian from a local store. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CC Cheapest Supply House un Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



11 



FREIGHT CLASSIFICATION. 



1 stands for First Class. 

2 stands tor Second Class. 

3 stands for Ihird Class. 



4 stands for Fourth Class. 

5 stands for Fifth Class. 

6 stands for Sixth Class. 



THE RAILROADS CHARGE FOR FREIGHT 



vitl rind tlif -M-iX < 



-ir^itf 



Brcnrdlng to lln claflttlflratlon. For ex- 
ample; Stoves take :(rd cla.MB rattr. By 
the neiirest town in your HtaU*. Miil- 



ivliich you can ijet fitim our ciitalotriu* or e«tl?imte pretty 
■ ' ■ " If the 



referring; to papes 7 to lOynv 

tiply the \vf ijiht of the arti< _ . _ . 

Closely) l>y the rate, nnd you will be able to figure the ireight charges alitiowt ti 

following'list does not contain thr article you want, you can, as a mie, use the rate on some 

aitiele of a similar natuie. 

THE CLASSIFICATION ON SOME ARTICLES tr;^'y^f^J^"i^;^Z 

tikes 2n(l ilas-i rate to the western ami Houthern istates. and Srd class rate to the eastern Btatfs, 
lliiv pn's^cs take 'ind class rate to the western states, and class to the eastern staten and 1th 
class to the ^■.•uthe^n stales. 

We al^vays pack and ship our (joodN la a manner that se- 
cures for you the LOWEST FREIGHT CHARGES. 



REMEMBER, 



i'/4 stands lor 1'4 times First Class. 
11/2 stands lor t'/i times First Class. 
D 1 stands for Double First Class. 



2'/2 stands lor 2!4 tim«> First Class 
3T I stands for 3 times First Class. 
4T I standi for 4 times First Class. 



ine wp.l, nnrlhwr.l »n<J ^unllinf.l from i'lile.«o, u.r lh» wcwUra rla«.lfle«* 
He tJie L'luitMilk-Htloii In roluiiin tiiurkrd "WKHT" If you live In any of th<; fol- 



\l/rCT Thcml'raBd' 

nCOIt (ion. Cue theciui>r4llk-ntloii In c'oluiiin tiiurkrd "WKHT" If you live In an: 
lowing' htiitc!«: .\i l/,olia, ArkHiit4ux. HrttlMli I'olunibia. (ullfornla. Colorado. IdnliTT, IlllnolH, In 
(liitn Tt-rrlli)i-y, lowu. KhnhaK, l.oiilHliinu. M<-xlco, MliinnHota. MIkkouH, Montana, .Vebrairka, Ne- 
vutlu, NV-w Mexico. North liiikota. okluhoiiia Territory, Oregon, ,South Ltakota. TexaM, UtAb, 
WdMli)n;.'ton, WImi-ohmIii. Wyomintf, 

PS Of The rallrondH running eB»l anil ndHb.Bul from fltlracn, u.. lb. <>a«t<>rs rlaa.incatloa. Vih; the 
CAO I ■ clasKllicatlon In column inaiked "KAHT" If you ll%e in any of the followjnjf Blat^^n 
t'omipctlcut, lielawure, Uistrlet or r<.lunil»lu. Indiana. .Maryland. Maine, HuiwaetiuHettA. Mlchl- 
t'.'iri. S'ew itruiiwwii'k. New Jiiiiniishlre. .New Jerney. New Voik. Nova K4:otta. iJhio, Ontario, 
rniiisylvanin, vuehec. Khode l»land. Vermont. Virginia, Went VIrtrlnla. 

CnilTU 'l'h<'rnlln>.itl. runnlflir Hfliith and Hnulh.aol fram Chlpaffo. a.r the .nnlh.ra cla«.ltMtlaa. 
OUU I n. c^e the ela-Mttlcatlon In column marked ••SOI'TH" If you live In any of the follow- 
ing stjitcs: Alahamu, I'"lorlila, Georgia, Kentucky. MiMHtUHlripl, North CuroUna, South Carolina, 
Tennessee, 



AUTICLKS 



CLASS 



Ad vert isiuff Matter 

Ammunition 

Anvils 

Asbestos Building Felt 

Axes 

Axles 

Baby Oarriases 

Bam boo Book Backs 

Burb AVire 

Bar Iron 

Barn Door Rail 

Baskets. Nested 

Bath Tubs 

Baans 

Bed Lounges 

Beds, Folainff 

Beds, Iron or Wood 

Bed Slats 

Bed Sprlnss, Spiral 

\ij(\ Springs, Woven Wire. 

Bedsteads 

Bells 

Bellows 

Belting, Rubber, Leather 

or Canvas 

Bicycles 

Uin'ding Twine 

Bird Cages... 

Blankets 

Blinds 

Blowers. Rotary 

Itoats. Bow 

liob Sleds. 

Boilers 

14one, Ground 

Bookcases 

Book Hacks, Bamtioo 

Books 

Boots and Shoes 

Buggies (See Vehicles) 

Bugg.v Bodies, Finished... 
Buggy Bodies, Unfinished 

Buggy Tops 

Bugiiv Wlieels, Finished.. 
Bugt'v Wlicols, tJniinished 

Buil.ling Felt 

iUiilding I'aper 

Bureaus 

Cameras 

Candles 

Candy in Pails.. 

Canned Goods 

Cans, Milk ... 

Cant Hooks 

Carpets 

Carriages... (See Vehicles) 

Carts. Hand 

Carts, Road 

Cement, Building 

Cereals 

Oiiains 

(Chairs, Bamboo, Rattan, 

Reed or Willow 

Chairs, (Jane Seat 

Chairs. Invalid's Rolling.. 

Chairs, Upholstered 

Chairs, Wood or Leatlier 

Seat 

Cheese 

Chiffoniers 

Cliina Closets 

Churns 

Cigars and Cigarettes.. 

Cloaks 

Clocks 

Clothes Bars 

ClothinK- 

Cobbler's Outfit 

Cod Fish 

CofTee 

OotTee Mills 

Commodes 

Condensed Milk 

Conductors. Pipe and Eave 

Trough. W^ood 

Corn Cribs 

Corn Huskers 

Corn Planters 

Corn Sliel lers 

Corrugated Iron 

Cots. Folding 

Couclies 

Crackers 

Cribs. Iron or Wood 

Crockery 



D-l 
.. 1 
...3 






...3 

D-l 

...I 

o 

".'.3 
...1 



...1 
D-l 
...3 
3TI 
...1 
...3 
...1 
4T1 



...3 
...4 

3T1 

...1 



■ 1% 
.I'/j 
.lYs 
...1 
...3 
...3 
...1 
D-l 
...3 

o 
'.'.'.I 
...1 

^:? 



..4 

..3 
..4 

3T1 

■ IVs 
D-I 
D-l 

■ lYu 
...2 
...1 
D-l 



...3 
...4 
.1'/= 
3T1 
...4 
...4 
...3 
D-l 
...1 
...4 
.1'/= 
.!'/» 
2 

'.'.'.3 
D-l 
.I"/. 
2 
'.'.'.3 
...1 



i'A 
.3 
3T1 
...1 
...1 



.4T1 
...1 
...2 

...a 
■1%. 

3T1 

.1 
.1 



.2'/, 
.IH 

■m 
...1 
...1 

...3 
...3 
...1 
...1 

...3 

...2 

o 

2 

'."a 



...1 
D-l 
...4 
...4 
...4 

3T1 
.li/~ 
D-i 
.l'/4 

.m 

...3 
...1 
.IH 
...2 
...1 
...1 
...1 



.]!4 
.I'/c 
...(i 
...6 
...3 
...I 
...1 
...4 
.I'/s 
...1 

..:2 

...4 
D-l 
...1 



.1S4 



3T1 
1 
4 

iTl 



...3 
...6 

■ IM 

■ 1% 
...1 
...1 



...2 

■m 

...2 
...3 

. ..e 

...6 
...2 
...1 
...4 
...4 



D-l 

...1 

.I'/S 
...1 

...3 





CLASS 1 


ARTICLES 


2 

'.'.A 

.iy. 
*> 

;;;2 
...1 

...2 
...2 
...3 

...1 

...3 


..A 
...2 
.IH 
3T1 
...1 
...3 
.114 
...2 
...3 
...3 
...1 
...3 
1 


g 

m 

...6 
...3 
.1'4 

'.'.A 
...3 
...1 

3 

'.'.A 
...3 
2 
'.'.A 
...3 


Crowbars 

Cultivators 

(Jupboards 

Cutters (Sleighs). 


Decoy Ducks 

Deliorners 

Desks 

Disc Sharpeners 

Dishes 

Door Hangers ' 

Door Screens 

Doors. Common, Glazed. . . 
Doors, Glazed 


Doubletrees 


3 


•i 


. 4 


Dressers 

Dried Fruits 

Drills, Blacksmith's Post,. 

Drugs 

Drums 

Dry Goods... 


...1 

...3 

2 

!!'] 

4T1 
1 


...1 

...3 

2 

'.'.'a 

IITI 
1 



2 
' 2 
'.'.A 
3T1 
...1 


Earthenware 

Electric Batteries 

Electrical Goods 

Emery Wheels 

Engines 

Evaporators, Fruit 

Explosives 

Fanning Mills 

Feed Cookers, Steam 

Feed Cutters 

Feed Grinders 

FeedMills 

Felt, Building 

Fence Wire, Barb and 

Smooth 

Fencing 

Fertilizers 

Firearms 

Fish, Canned 

Fish, Pickled or Salted.... 

Flax Me.al 

Flour 

Flower Stands, Wire 

Food, Animal or Poultry.. 

Forges 

Forks 

Freezers — 

Fruit, Canned 

Fruit, Dried 

Fruit Evaporators 

Fruit Jars 

Galvanized Iron '. .. 

Game Traps 

Gas Fixtures 

Gas tin' Calcium Lights . . . 
Gas W.achines 


...2 

...1 

...1 

2 

V.'.l 
.\% 
D-1 
...1 
...3 
. ..2 
' 'o 

'.'.'.i 
...3 

...4 
...3 

;::} 

..A 
...4 
...4 
...4 
3T1 
...4 
...2 
" 2 
...1 
...4 
...3 
.VA 
...3 
...4 

!!;i 


...3 
...1 
...1 
...3 
...2 
.IH 
D-I 
...1 
...1 
...2 


...l 
...3 

...4 
...3 
...4 
...1 
...3 
....5 
...5 

3T1 

...3 

...1 



'.'.A 
...3 
...3 
A'A 
. . .2 
'.'.'.l 
...3 
...2 
...3 
D-l 
...1 
...1 
D-l 
2 

'.'.'.•z 

...2 
...1 
...3 
...3 
...3 


...4 

::l 

D-l 

;;1 

...6 

...6 
...5 
...B 
...1 
...3 
...5 
...31 
...6 
D-l 
...4 
...2 
...3 

. . .2 

'.'.'.l 
...3 

...a 

..-.2 

...2 

...1 

2 


Gasoline Stoves 

Gears. Running 


...1 

1 


...1 
■ "0 


Glassware 

Grain Drills 

Granite & Enameled Ware 


9 

D-l 
...4 
...3 
...4 


2 
'.'.'.2 
...2 
...1 
...6 
...3 
...5 

4 


Grease. Axle 

Grindstone Frames 

Grindstones 

Grits 




D-l 
...1 
D-l 
...1 

2 

•■■i 

■.■.!2 

2 
"'2 

'. .is 

...^ 
"3 


D-l 

.. 1 

D-l 

...1 

...3 

...1 

2 

2 

'2 

!!!2 
'.'. is 
\.'.z 

" ">: 
D-l 

...3 

'.'.'.3 

...b 

...4 

2 
.... 


D-l 
...1 
.IV2 
...1 
2 

2 
'.'.'I 
...3 
...3 
...4 
...3 
...3 
...3 
D-I 

2 

!;.'3 
...3 

..A 

...6 

2 

..A 


Guns. Revolvers, etc 

Hall Trees 


Hammocks 

H ardware 

Harness and Saddles 

Harrows 

Hay Carriers 

Hay Loaders 

Hay Presses, Hand 

Hay Rakes 

Hay Tedders 

Heaters, Tank 


High Explosives 


D-l 

...3 


'.'.'.3 

...i 

..A 

2 


Hinges, Iron 

Hoes 

Hollow-ware 

Hominy 

Horse and Mule's Shoes. . . 

Horse Powers 

liullers. Pea 


Ice Cream Freezers 

Ice Plows 

Incubators 

Iron Beds 

Ironing Boards 

Iron Pipe 

Iron Tires 

Iron Tuyeres 


...1 

;;;i 
2 

'.'.A 
...4 
...3 
...3 


...1 
2 

'.'.A 
2 

'.'.'.3 
...4 
...4 
...i 


...2 

...4 

...1 

2 

'.'.'.3 
...6 



ARTICLES 



Iron Wagon Wheels., 

Kettles 

Kitchen Sinks, Iron 

Ladders 

Lamps 

Land Rollers 

Lard 

Lasts 

Ijanndrv Tubs, Gal'v Iron 

Lawn .^lowers 

Lead Pipe , 

Lime 

Linseed Meal 

Lounges 

Lye 

^lachines, Sewing 

M.agic Lanterns 

Mandrels 

Matting- 

Mattresses 

Meats, Cured 

Milk Cans 

Mills. Cider, Cob, Corn and 
Cane 

Mi 1 1 work (see Sash, Doors 
and Blinds. 

Mirrors 

Mol asses in Barrels or Kegs 

Molasses in Cans or Kits 

IMowers. Lawn 

Mowing i\Iachines 

Musical Instruments 

Music Cabinets 

Nails 

Notions 

Nuts, Edible 

Oars 

Oat Meal 

Oil in Barrels 

Oil Cake Meal 

Oil Cloth, under 13 ft. long 

Oil Stoves 

Organs 

O vens. Sheet Iron 

Oyster Shells 

Pails 

Paint, in Barrels 

PiiinT. ill Cans or Palls. 

I'm per Hangings 

I'i'a rlullers 

Phonographs 

Pianos 

Pictures 

Pipe. Lead 

Planters. Corn 

Plow Points and Shares 

Plows 

Plumbing Material 

Poles. Buggy, Carriage or 

Wagon. Finished 

Unfinished 

Poultry Neltine 

Presses. Cider and Cotton.. 

Pulleys, Iron or Wood 

Pumps 

Queensware 

Range Boilers, Iron 

Refrigerators 

Rice 

Road Carts 

Road Scrapers 

Rolled Oats 

Roofing 

Rope 

Rope. Wii-e 

Ruliheriioods 

Rugs. Woolen 

Saddlery 

Sad Irons 

Safes, Iron 

Salt 

Sash, Unglazed 

Sash Weights 

Saw Frames 

Saws, on Board 

Scales 

Scientific Instruments — 

Screens Door or Window.. 

Seats. Carriage and Buggy 

Seeders. Broadcast 

Settees. Lawn 

Sewing Machines 

Sewing Machines, Drop 
Heaii 

Shafts. Carriage and Bug- 
gy, finished 



CLASS 



...2 
3 



Ay, 
...4 

iJ-i 

.A 
..A 



A 

...4 
...1 

...2 



...1 
...4 
.. 4 
...1 
...2 
D-l 
D-l 



..1 
..4 
..3 
-.4 
..2 
..1 
..1 
..1 
..4 

o 

'.A 

.A 

.A 

.A 

D-l 

1 

1 

4 

2 



...3 
...3 
...5 
.IH 
...3 
...1 
...1 
. ..3| 
...] 
AY. 
...3 

...2 



■a4 

D-l 

...4 
...1 



...3 
...5 
...3 
...5 
2 

'.'.A 
..A 
..A 

...4! 
...1 
...4 
...3 



ARTICLES 



...1 
...1 
...1 
...1 
...3 
...2 
...3 



..3|. 
...3. 



..3 



m D-l 
' 1 

..4 

3 
...3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

4 

3 

4 

3 

4 
...2 

1 

2 
D-l 
I...1 

2 
..2 
D-l 

.1 



.. 3 
...3 
...3 
...I 

...1 
...1 
...3 
...31 

...41 

...1 



D-l 
...1 



...1 
D-l 



CLASS 



S fe S 

"^ a 1 



Shot, in Boxes or Kegs. 

Shovels 

SidelKiards 

Singletrees 

Skeins 

Sleds. Bob 

Sleighs 

Soap 

Soap Powder 

Sofas or Sofa Beds 

Sporting Goods 

Spring Wagons (See 

Vehicles) 

Stalk Cutters 

Stanchions, Cattle 

Staples 

Starch 

Stationery 

Steel Track 

Stereopticons 

.Stove Furniture 

Stove Pipe, ( 'rated 

Stova Pipe, Iron 

Stoves and Ranges 

Stump Pullers 

Sugar 

Sulkies 

Surreys (See Vehicles) 

Swage Blocks... 

SjTup in Barrels or Kegs.. 

Tables, Extensioi.! 

Tables, l^arlor 

Tackle Blocks 

Tanks, Galvanized Iron 
(Set Up) 

Tanks, Galvanized Iron 
(Knoclied Down)Sidesin 
Rolls 

Tanks, Wofxlen (Knocked 
Down) 

Tank Heaters 

Tea 

Tents 

Tent Poles 

Tinware 

Tire Benders 

Tire Shrinkers 

Tire Upsetters 

Tobacco 

Tombstones 

Tools 

Tools in Chest. 

Tops. Buggy 

Toys 

Traps, Animal or Bird 

Trunks 

Tubs. Wooden 

Twine 

Varnish in Cans 

Varnish in W'ood 

Vehicles (such as Buggies, 
Carriages. Spring Wag- 
ons. Surreys), crated un- 
der 30 inches in height 
and 94 inches long 

Vehicles, crated under 50 
Inches in height and 91 
Indies long 

Vehicles, crated over 50 
inches in height 

Vinegar 

Vises 

Wagon Jacks 

Wagons. Farm 

Wall Paper 

Wardrobes, set up 

Wardrobes, taken apart.. 

Washing Machines. 

Waslistands 

Water Closets 

Water Heaters 

Wheelbarrows 

Wheels, Buggy. finished.. 

Wheels, Buggy, unfinished 

Wheels, Wasron. Iron 

Wheels. Wagon, Wtxxien.. 

White Lead.". 

Wind Jlills 

Window Screens 

Wine 

Wire. Barb or Smooth.. 

Wire Fencing 

Wire Rope 

Wooden ware 



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12 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



WHAT OUR BANKERS SAY 







H? 3179. 



^at^<^S^t&!^a>c^'&jXitu 



^,4/t£^ ^/,mf^(^(^ 




OF CHICASO. 



October 24, 1901 



TO WHOM IT 

We 
Roebuck & 
of the Sta 
of over $2 
our city, 
hood of th 
company ar 
fidence, a 
engagement 

We 
dealings w 



MAY CONCERN: 
take pleasure in tes 
Company, of this cit 
te of Illinois and h 
,000,000. They are 
occupying commodious 
ree thousand people, 
e well and favorably 
nd we believe will c 
s made by them, 
commend them to the 
ith the company will 



tifying to the responsibility of Sears, 
y, who are incorporated under the laws 
ave a fully paid up capital and surplus 
one of the leading business houses of 

quarters and employing in the neighbor- 
The officers and stockholders of the 

known to us, command our full con- 
arry out in a satisfactory manner any 

business public, feeling sure tnat any 
be of an entirely satisfactory nature. 
Yours very truly, 




ClIARifS L.UtTCiu.'OHai^r.MtcK iiussmEtrr 

ROOBllt'9l>Ol«IC.VkOK l*l(KMU>KirT 



90. moo 






TkiE C^esf E!M:)irx^i^(}E;]VlvTici]SAiL.JiiA?rK: 



or oificiAoo. 

CAPITAX. @»AOO.OOO. 

SCTXtfliUS $i.ooo.ooo« 



To Whom It May Co 
We take pi 
of Chicago. The 
Dollars and enjoy 
this bank is one. 
and its officers > 
public. 



leoi. 



October SOth, 

Sears I Roebuck S; Company* 
surplus of over Two Million 



noern: 

easure in recommending Messrs. 

firm has a paid up capital and 

s the highest credit with its Chicago Banks, of which 

We do not hesitate to state our good opinion of the house 
and feel sure that it is worthy the confidence of the 



Very truly yours, 



SfkiU^'nyiuxtt::^ 



In writing to either ol the above banlts as to our reliability, be sure to enclose a 2-cent stamp lor reply. 



Cashier, 



WE REFER CUSTOMERS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES TO THE FOLLOWING WELL KNOWN BANKING AND OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS: 



ANTWERP, BELGICni. 

R. Berns. 
BANGKOK, SIAM, 

Windsor « Co. 
BERLIN, GERMANY, 

Dresdner Bnnk. 
BOMBAY, INBIA, 

Latham & Co. 
BUENOS AYRES, ARGENTINE 
REPUBLIC, 

London and Brazilian Bank. 
CAIRO. EGYPT, 

E. Rai88 & Co. 
CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA. 

Standard Bank iff .Soatli Africa. 
CHRISTCHURCH,NEW ZEALAND, 

J. >L Heyn'<iod & Co. 
CHRLSTIANA, NORWAY, 

H. Ueituiaiiit & Son. 

MessrH. Tllo. Joh. Hoftyr & Son. 



COPENHAGEN. DENMARK, 

Ove Hau^sted. 

Private Bank of CopenliaK^n. 
EAST LONDON, SOUTH AFRICA, 

Angus W. Newman. 
GENOA, ITALY. 

Russian Bank for Foreign Trade. 
HAMISURG. GERMANY, 

Dresdner Bank. 

Wulkow & Cornelsen. 
HOB.4RT, 

A. F. Strutt & Co. 
HONG KONG. CHINA, 

MacEHen. Frickel & Co. 
HONOLULU. HAAVAIIAN ISLANDS, 

Bishop &. Companv. 
JOHANNESBURG.SOUTH AFRICA. 

Peycke & Son. 

Standard Bank of Soutli Africa. 
KOBE, JAPAN, 

A. Cameron & Co. 

T. .\. Ctirlstengon & Co. 



LISBON, PORTUGAL, 

London and Brazilian Bank. 
LIVERPOOL. ENGLAND, 

G. W. Wheatley St Co. 
LONDON, ENGLAND, 

G. W. Wlieatley St Co. 

Union Bankof London, (Limited). 
MADRAS. INDIA, 

Oakes & Co. 
MELBOURNE. AUSTR.4LI.\, 

Bank of New Zealand. 
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO, 

Bank of Lon<lon and Mexico. 
NAG.^SAKI. .JAPAN, 

Holme. Kinder & Co. 
ODESSA. RUSSIA, 

Russian Bank for Foreign Trade. 
PARIS, FRANCE. 

G. W. Wheatley & Co. 

Munroe & Company. 
RIO .JANEIRO. BRAZIL, 

London and Brazilian Bank. 



ROTTERDAM, HOLLAND, 

Rotterdaiusc-he Bank. 
SH.41NGHAI, CHINA, 

Lane, Crawford Sc Co. 
SIDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES, 

Duguid & Co. 
SINGAPORE, INDI.*, 

T. (iosling * Co. 
STOCKHOLM. SWEDEN. 

Sundsvalls Enskllda Bank. 
ST. PETERSBURti. RUSSI.\, 

Russian Bunk for Foreign Trade. 
VERA CRl Z. MEXICO. 

Bank of Lfuidon and Mexico. 
VIENNA. AUSTRIA. 

Kais. Kon. Priv. Oesterreicliisclie 

Landerl>ank. 
WELLINGTON, AUSTR.\LIA, 

Bank of New Zealaud. 
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEAL.4NU, 

Soutli British Forwarding Coiu'y. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK <c CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. J 3 



CAPITAL FULLT PAID. 
SHAHt HOLDERS' llAeilITT, 
SURPLUS liUNOIVIDEr PROFITS 






\yda//^m> 



S 10.000.000 
S 10,000.000 
S 5 700.000 



CABIC A.0DRE5S'CITIBANK- 




We also refer by special permission to the largest bank in the United Slates, The 
National City Bank of New York, with a capital and surplus of Fifteen Million, Seven 
Hundred Thousand Dollars. 



THIS IS AH EXACT COPY OF AH ORDER WRITTEH OH OUR REGULAR ORDER BLAHK. 

A CAREFUL STUDY OF EACH POINT WILL AID YOU IN MAKING YOUR OWN ORDER. 



ORDER BLANK OF ^m% 




73-87 N. Desplaines St. 
74-88 N. Jefferson St. 
68-96 Tulton St. 
1-31 Wayman St. 



AZOZO 



CHICAGO, ILL. 



WE DO NOT ACCEPT ORDERS FOR LESS THAN 50 CENTS. OUR REASONS ARE EXPLAINED IN THE 
INTRODUCTORY PAGES OF OUR LARGE CATALOGUE. 



now TO ORDER. 

KinTIPP Tn ( Don't fall to read the Instructions on this blank before ordering, as a careful observance of our rules will greatly aid us In fining 
INU 1 1V-/G IV^ J j^^ ^^ ^ satisfactory manner. AND BE SURE TO MENTION. IN SPACE PBOVIDED BELOW. THE NUMBER OF CATALOGUE. CIRCULAR, OR NAME 

CUSTOMERS. (OF PATEa fbom which yoy select youbJsoods. 
PLEASE 8Em> TO 

3L 



MUU 



iM ir«r7 plaiiU7 vnT 



yjjtLnA. 



eft/. 7 ^ ,.n;^ 



I9'7\y 



ranvncE 



kli4Alw«yi iLgD jour CuU cLrUtlAO OAme.) 



SnOIMD aUMBER 



eoonr. 



I 



STATE 



TkAv 



BELOW Give SHIPPING POWT IF DIFFERENT FROM POSTOFFICE. 



NAME. 



t),\w9. n ^j^ m. hiTw finly whan ahlpmaUt l«-to \t« oi»d« to >Dotber prty. K t>> ywurrclt. le*vo 



9QPPIHQ POIKt 



bera oal7 wbeo uupmsat 



mm. 



4UUUM0C0. 






STATE . 



?Ol(ry. 



tXPRESS CO. . 



II you will leave method 
of ihipment to our 
judgment we will ship 
to tMit advantage and 
by cheapest way pos- 
sible. However il you 
prefer to stat* how you 
want goods shipped 
put an X in proper 
space below. It is not 
necftssary to prepay 
unlets there is no 
agent at your station. 



FREIGH 



LX 



EXPRESS 



OPEN MAIL 



INSURED 
MAIL 



REGISTERED 
MAIL 



TO INSCBE SAFETY, ALWAYS REGI8TKK A IXTTEK 
CONTAININQ CUBBENCY. 

I^^E^ B« Bnre to Btat« hotr much cash yon enclose and tik 
^^V %M3ha% form, by flUlug In proper epacefl below. 



ENCIJOSED FIWP 



Draft or Cbeck 

FoatolBc«> Order .rrr. 

Express Money Order 

S.,B.& Cc'ft Check 

S.» B. 9t Co.'s Credit Draft. . 



Correnoy 

Fostape Suunps 

InKoi'iDDl^riffdlnit 4I.IMI HF aet«pt pnataBf 
alorapn oolj al a dUiounl ..f 5 i-r (-d, «r •' "-'S 
t*BUttolh«iiJi)II«r,»»<ipl«l(ir>l iDourlBr^ecata- 
lOffoe, p»f»8, paroera|.hlJ. XOTAI^ 



/A. 



CO. 



is there a Freight Agent at Your Shipping Point? 



^ 



3A 



3G 



.t,i 

Yes or No) 



ORDffiS TO BE SEHT BY HAtl MUST BE ACCOHPAKIED BV 
CASH IH FUU, WITH EXTflA FOR POSTAGE AHD INSimHCH. 



AFTER VVRIIIKC YOUR ORDEH, CHECK IT OVER CLOSELY TO SEE THAT YOU HAVE WRIHEK DOWK 
CORRECT CATAIOCUE NUMBERS, QUAKTITIES, KAME OF ARTICLES WAHTED AND CORRECT PRICES. 



] t thiTB iH no f reicht<iKeDt at yonr ahlpplng poiut, yon raost 
Aeiid (-xlra iiu>ney epou;;h to prepay freight charges. Wliea 
too niuf-li 'nftney Is 8eDt we always refond the balance. Se» 
famcrsiplt It. ^_^^_^__^^^_^^__^^^^_____^^^.. 

WHEN ORDERING GOODS, ALWAYS CIVE SI2E,C0l-i 
ORS. rO.JO AVOID tflROBS.AHD LOSS OF T1I1E.| 



OUR STOCK IS ARRANGED IN THE SAME ORDER AS CUR CATALOGUE QUOTATIONS. PATRONS WILL THEREFORE GREATLY FACILITATE THE HANDLING OF ORHEHS B» 
IRYING. AS FAR AS POSSIBLE: TO ARRANGE THE ARlVcLES ORDERED AS THEY AR% IN THE CATALOGUE, OR AT LEAST TO COLLECT ALL GOODS OF A CLASS TOGETHER. 



THESE GOODS ARE SELECTED ROm CATALOGUE MUHIBER OR NAME. 



77X 



.CIRCULAR PAPER . 



finmberof article 
tn Oatalog^e. 



"W^fd 



o_ 



iuantlty 
ieslrod. 



/ ^^^^^ e^At 77^<Uf.^/ <' JU/2JL^A.<i^h 



NAMa OF ABT1CLE.1 WANTED 




Uf ff7\llJ rij jU.Cy-c^juTTvUAy ^/ £^ 



Sizes, Colors, etc. 



Price of each, or 
per dozen 



Dollars Cents 

/ S'3 



Extend totals here an* 
then add tills columm- 



rT 



|^Oy£, IF ANY OF ABOVE GOODS ABE OCT OF STOCK BlAX WB HTBSTiXlJlli t 

^^SS^= IF SO KHroi-r MENTION SECOND ASH THIRD CHOXCE./i<4iZ... ^ _j. l. 

SEE OTHEB SIDE OF THIS ORDER BUNK FOR INSTHUCTIONS'ON HOW TO'UKE IIEASUREllEtlTS OF ^RY LINE CF WEARINO APPAHEl. 

If You Do Not Use This Order Blank at Once, Preserve iffor Future Use, ^^'^iifif^t^^^S^^r 

lar order blanks, and they are MOKE CONTEKXENT FOB. TOJT. We toitt be only too glad to send you a new auppflf 
vhen theae are gone, if you wiU drop us a postal card, or teili ineltide them in your next order. 




NOTE THAT CATALOGUE NUMBER IS WRITTEN OUT IN FULL. DO NOT FAIL TO WRITE EVERY LETTER AND FIGURE IN THE CATALOGUE NUMBER. 



t4: SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth. Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 




SEND 

FOR 

OUR 



i These are only a few items from the dif- 

iferent lines in our Grocery Department. 
EVERY LINE OF GOODS IS COM- 
f PLETE IN THE 32-PAGE SPE- 
CIAL GROCERY CATALOGUE 

I WHICH COSTS 15 CEMS A YEAR. 



oROCERr o°u"' Grocery 
^^ Price Listm 

FOR ONLY 15 CENTS <>**'*™P» takeu). «« man our big 33- 

I VII Mill. ■ iM Mbii I w page groff ry price list (issued every 

t\vo uiontlis). for one year to any atldress. We revise our Grocery 

Price List every twti nitnitlis to follow the lowest Cliieag-o market 

on prices, and to give our customers -be benelii of the very lowest 

prices at which the Lifjhest grade gtKXls can be bought for even at 

■wholesale. Prices of groceries are always fluctuating- so rapidly, 

many articles advancing and declining from month to month, that 

it is impossible to quote our complete line of groceries in this, our 

general catalogue, which holds gwd for one year; but we ask 

all who want our complete list with the LATEST MARKKT 

QUOTATIONS, to send us 15 cents in stamps and let us send 

tliem our Grocery Price liist, revL'.ed every two months, for th« 

entire year. Our Grocery Price List will keep vou posted on the 

LOWE'ST CHICAGO PRICKS on everything in ;grocerieg, 

will show you exactly hoi* much dealers have to 

pay for everything they buy and will show you how you can 

on nearly every bill of groceries you buy, OCn fin t<. (Jinfl (]({ a year on all the 

depending upon the amount, and from i^JUiUU l\J O'vUiUU groceries you use. 

the following pages the most staple articles in groceries, which ne invite you to include in making up your order for other 

merchandise, especially if your order is small and you want to make it large enough to make it a 

freight order and thus get the benefit of the lowest cost of transportation. 

WHY WE MAKE A SMALL CHARGE FOR OUR GROCERY PRICE LIST. 

prices. In other words, to maintain our extremely close 
prices, in order to sell on this very narrow margin of 
protit, we cannot att"r»rd the extra expense of printings 
and mailing thousands of free catalogues, a large per- 
centage of which do not do us any gooil. We make 
this charge of 15 cents solely in the interests of our cus- 
tomers, simply to protect them on prices. We do not 
think it is fair to raisPour prices and make our custom- 
ers pay a certain percentage more for their groceries 
simply to p;iy for the free catalogues sent tn curious 
people. t)f course ivt' couki do as many other mail order 
nouses do. we could send out free catalogues and figure 
the expense of these catalogues in making our selling prices. 



THE EXTREMELY LOW PRICES »*„ „re'"^,e;^! 

thing In the grocery line, prices that are always as 
low at* tlie lowest Chlcrago prices, and on some 
goods even less than w^holesale, are flgared so 
clone that we have found it necessary to cat«out and 
eliminate every nonecessary expense. Our large ^2- 
p;it;t' Grocery Price List which we issue every two 
months, is a book that costs us nearly H cents to print 
and mail, and if we sent hundreds of thousands of them 
out free of charge, many of them to curious people who 
have no intention of buying, it would mean a big expense 
to us that we would be compelled to add to our selling 



and find that you 
sa\e from ftil.OO to 



IF YOU SEND US AN ORDER FOR GROCERIES 

815.00 on the single order, flepending upon the amount of tlu" bill, the few 
cents we ask to cover the expense of the price list amounis to nothing as 
compared to the Jl.OO to $.').on >aved on the groceries. You can save il»,5O.0O 
to »100 00 a .year by sending to us for your groceries, as we c|Uote urices on 
tlie very highest grade of groceries against which no house can pos.siulv com- 
pote. Don't fall to send us 1 .'5 cents (stjfmps taken) together with your name 
and address and receive our Grocery Price List fora full year. I f you do not 
care to send us 15 cents send us 3 cents for a sample copy. You can then com- 
pare our prices on all groceries with the prices named by any dealer or by any 
other mail order house: and you will find a big dilT'-rence in our favor. 



LOOK OVER THE FOLLOWING PilBES CAREFULLY. ™»SnsTtr"a1 

ordtT f<>r j^r-MtTirH. \\ .■ will Mirpri.se y''U with the astonishinj^'iy tine quality 
goods we furnish and the mont^-y we can save you. When you order other 
merchandise from this catalogue, include what you need in groceries and gt-t 
the iM-nefit of lowest fr*'ight rates. 

ABOIIT THF^F PRIfiFS There ni*y be a slight variation In the market 
, T , ^"^^^ rniwu^i j,Q tij^HO goods at the time your order 1h re- 
«»'lved. but we will give you the beueKt of the lowest Ctiica^'o 
market price on that daj-. We mnhe this plain, for we must protect our- 
selves against ad^-ances: but we also protect our customers. In case of a 
decline, we refund the difference Ir tash without ni>tlce. 



TEA. 






fa 


lis 

"St 


Japan Sun Dried 










(Uncolored). 










No. TTIS Kxtra choicest. 


39c 


41c 


43c 


45c 


No. 7T13 Extra choice 












36c 
33c 
30c 


38c 
36c 
33c 


40c 
37c 
36c 


43c 


No, 7T14 Choice 


39c 


No, 7T1K Bargain. .... 


37c 


JAPAN BASKET FIRED, BLACK. 




No. 7T30 Extra choicest.. 


46c 48c 


60c 


52c 


No, 7T2 1 Extra choice 


39c 


41c 


43c 


45c 


No. 7T23 Choice 


37c 


39c 


41c 


43c 


No. 7T23 Bargain 


33c 


3SC 


37c 


39c 


Japan-Siftings. 










No. 7T30 Best grade 


80c 


aac 


83c 


84c 


No. 7T31 Best grade Ja- 










pan dust 


19c 


aic 


88c 


83c 


New Tea Siftings. 










No. 7T34 Extra choicest 










siftings. 1-pound air- 










tight packages. 80 lbs. 










inchest 


31c 


38c 


83c 


84c 


Cunpowder Nloyune. 










No. 7T3S Extra choicest.. 


46c 


48c 


50c 


58c 


No. 7T3!> Extra choice. .. . 


38c 


40c 


42c 


44c 


No. 7T40 Choice 


36c 


38c 


40c 


42c 


No. 7T41 Good 


39c 


31c 


33c 


35c 


Imperial Green. 










No. TT*-"* Extra choicest.. 


34c 


36c 


38c 


40c 


YOUNG HYSON-MOYUNE. 










No. 7Tf»0 Extra choicest. . 


48c 


50c 


68c 


54c 


No. 7T51 Extra choice.... 


37c 


39c 


41c 


43c 


No. 7T''^2 Choice .... 


30c 

a7c 


33c 
39c 


34c 
31c 


36c 


No. 7T53 Good 


33c 


Creen Japan. 




No. 7T55 Extra choicest.. 


45c 


47c 


49c 


51c 


No. 7TS6 E.xtraclioice. . . . 


4Ic 


43c 


45c 


47c 


No. 7T57 Choice 


30c 


33c 


3 4c 


36c 


Ooiong -Formosa. 










No. 7T60 Extra choice 


43c 


45o 


47c 


49c 


No. 7T61 Choice 


38c 
3.5c 


40c 

37c 


42c 

39c 


44c 


No. 7T63 Good 


41c 


No. 7T63 Very falrqnaUty 


33c 


34c 


36c 


38c 


pnglish Breal<fast— 










Moning Congou. 










No. 7T68 Extra choicest.. 


47c 


49c 


olc 


53c 


No. 7T69 Choicest 


45c 


47c 


49c 


51c 


NO.7T70 Choice 


36c 


38c 


40c 


1 43c 


N0.7T71 Good 


39c 


31c 


33c 


35c 







No. ' 
No. 7TI01 
No. 7TI02 
No. 7Tlo;i 
No. 7T104 
No. 7T105 
No. 7T106 
No. 7T107 
No. 7T108 
No. 7T109 
No. 7T110 
No. 7T115 




We quote a more complete line of teas In our 
Special Grocery Catalogue. Send 15 cents fDr a 
year's STibacription. 



Our $3.75 Tea Offer. 

For 9.3.75 we fumlnh 
1 pounds of our own 
^pei'lal ly ttelecte*! high 
grade tea In a lO pound 
tin canister. 

Be sure to state the 
kind of tea wanted. 

No.7T*» Oui siH-'iiil priof 
fnr If)-lh. r:inisU-r,,.»:«.75 

Our $2.00 Tea Offer. 

For 

wv fur-, 

n I s li i> 

p <i u n d K 

of our 

own specially selected high gr:id*' 

tea in a 5-pound lln c-nniHter. lie 

sureto state the kinti uf tea wanted 

No. 7T6 Our special price for 

5-pound canister !ff2.0O 

A full line of ure«*n coffee liMted ' 
inonr special grocery list. 

Coffees -Roasted, 

TlOO Mocha, genuine 

Peaberry extra 3Iocha 

Mandahling Java 

Old Government Java 

African Java 

Mocha and Java Blend 

Golden Santos, extra. . 

Choice Santos 

Our Special Blend 

Select Rio 

Santos and Rio 

Peaberry 

No. 7T117 For 8*^.10 
we will furnish lo pounds 
of this our own specUI 
grade of roawted coffee, 
complete with hirge en- 
ameli'U covered lU-p<uin<l 
tin canister. Frice forlO- 
pound can 83»10 

No. 
7T118 

For 
SI. 10 
wc will 
fur- 
nish 
5 Ib9. 
of this 

our 

own special grade of roasted 
coffee, complete with larse en- ^"^^^^z 
ojue led covered 5-lb. tin canister. Price... 



Crushed Java Coffee Compound. 

No. 7TI40 Java Coffee Compound; crushed, 
exrt'llenttlavorcd drink. Druios of 100 pounds, per 
pound, l^cj; drums of 50 pounds, per pound, 12o; 
U'hS thau 50 pounds, per pound 13c 

Cereal Coffees. 

No, 711*4 PoBtum Cereal, 1 dozen 30-oncepack- 
;i>;es, in case. l*er case, »a.*-i5; per package 20c 

No. 7T145 Caramel Cereal. 25 1-pound packages 
incase. Per case, W«.H5; per package 13c 

Chicory and Coffee Essence. 

No. 7T1^0 Clilcory. Hve papers to pound, per 

pound So 

■ ■ ' • .4"ac 



I'ull ruse, 65 pounds, per pound.. . 



'Mc 



.36 


,3 7 


.16 


.17 


.33 


.3* 


.18 


.19 


.15 


.16 


.18 


.19 


.13 


.14 


■lOV, 


.11^ 


.15 


.16 




N0.7TI47 English Chicory, bulk, per pound. 5^c 

50- pound drum, per pound Gc 

No. 7T148 Coifee Essence, Hummel's, in tin 

cans, tidiizen fn a lx)X. per box 81. 40 

Plt (Jozen, 86c; eaob zy,c 

Cocoa. *■*"" "*'"* 

VUVUCI. Full hoi. rallb,.<. 

eer lb. r«r Uo 

No. 7T149 Wilburs Breakfast, W- 

pouiid tins, ti pounds in box S0.39 S0.21 

No, 7T151 Baker's Breakfast, H- 
^)^Mlr^l tins, 6 pounds in b«j.\ 

Xo. 7T153 Epps' Homeopathic, Vi- 
pound tins. 7 pounds in bo.x 

N«. 7TI55 Van Houten's, ^-pound 
tin* 12 pounds in rase 

No. 7T158 Van Houten's, 1-pound 
ting. VZ iMiunds in case 

»o. 7T1S7 Colonial. !4-pound tins, 8 
pounds in Ciise 36 

Cocoa Shells. 

So. 7T163 Sears. Roebuck & Co.'g. Flnestqual- 

ity . 1-pound package 7c 

Chocolate. 

13-poand Boxes. p^JVb. r.«.|... 

No. 7T169 Sears. Roebuck & Co.'g 

Acme Premium Chocolate S0.39 S0.30 

No. 7T170 Wilbur's Premium 39 .Mi 

No. 7Ti71 Paramount, Vanilla, 

' sweet, '-i-pound 20 .3 7 

Vo. 7T173 Crescent Sweet, 5 cukes 
to ^joitnd 19 



.44 


.83 


.39 


.80 


.80 


.43 


.73 


.70 


.36 


.19 



Best 



SI. 10 



Ko. 7T174 German Mireet, H-pound 
packages 81 

No. 7Ti75 Baker's Preuilum 89 

No. 7T176 Baker's, 10-lb. cakes, for 
liakers' use. (We do not seli less than 
10-pound cakes) 

No. 7T17 7 Royal Sweet Chocohite, 
!4-pound packages 19 



.31 



.33 
.30 



.»l 



Cocoanut. 

No. 7T180 Price. for!-pnund package "Oc 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



Pancake Flour. 

No. 7T1185 Uncle Jerry's, cases, 36 <;:ise PKr. 
(2-lb.) packages.. S3.00 Su.09 

No. 7T118G Annt Jemima's, cases. 
36 (8-lb.) packages 2.90 .09 

King's Pancake Flour. 
No. "T1190 Packed 30 (2-lb.) pack- 

ivgesincase S3.00 «o.09 

Packed ia (:Mb.) packages In case 2.10 .09 

Packed 13 (3-lb.) packages in case 1.05 .09 

Oatmeal. 
No. 7T1S00 Oatmeal. A, tine ground. 

Per barrel. '300 pounds 85.25 

Per half barrel. 100 pounds 2.75 

Less than half barrel, per pound OS'/i 

We ran furnish B medium, or C coarse oatmeal 
at same price as A. 

No. 7T 1207 Oatmeal. Our special price for a 20- 
pound sack of fine, medium or coarse, steel cut oat- 
meal 59c 

Oatmeal— 2-Pound Packages. 

No. 7T1208 Our special price fora3-pound pack- 

"iJo.TTiiba Per case of Sti (^-Ib.) packages. Ssi 10 
Rolled Oats. 

No. 7T1220 Rolled Oats. 

Per barrel. ISO pounds S4.80 

Per pound 03 

No. 7T1221 KoUedOats. 

Per yo-pound bag' 3.30 

03 



Quaker Rolled Oat9. 

i 3-pound packages 



Per pound. . 
No. 7T12'44 

Per case of 3 
Per package 
No. 7T12'^5 Ourspecial price for a 3-pound 

package ... 

No. 7T1226 Case of 363-pound packages.. . 

Pearl Barley. 

No. -T1238 Extra fine, per single pound. »0.04,J4 

20-pound sack 92 

100- pound bag 4.20 

No. 7T1229 Alediam Pearl Barley, single 

pound 

30-pound sack 

100-pouud bag 

Beans. 
No. 7T1235 Small Navy, hand picked, bags. 

Per bushel I 

Per pound , Lowest 

No. 7T1236 RedKldney Beans, per bu . i "-iV 

Perpouiid j ^'"' 

No. 7T1237 Genuine Swedish Brown Beans. 

Per bushel i 

Per pound Low^at 

No. 7T1338 Genuine Lima Beans, dried. > "•■•"•i 

Per pound, in 85-pound bags '"■'" 

Per pound, in less quantity J 

Pop Corn. 

No. 7T1245 Rice Corn, Shelled, per pound. SJ^c 
No. 7T1246 Selected and shelled ready for pop- 

por. rases of 40 1-lb. packages, per case Srj.er- 

Price, per package 07 

Peas, Etc- 

Split Peas, per pound... 1 

Green Field Peas. bag.. I L«wi!»l i..rl..i 

Scotch Green Peas f pritf 

Marrowfat Peas, bag. . . J 

Lentils. 
T1254 Lentils, to use in making soups. 



3.30 
.09 



.07 
3.3S 



.035! 
.65 
!.90 



No. 7T1250 
No. iTiasi 
No. 7T1252 
No. 7T1353 



No. 



Per pound 754c 

Hirse German Hulled Millet Seed. 

No. 7T1355 Hlrse German Hulled Millet Seed, 

for soups and puddings. 8c 

Pea-Ose (Pease Meal). 

Oase Lb. 
No. 7T1256 1-lb. package, 3 dozeu 

incase Sl.GOSO.OS 

5-pound linen bags ,07 

50- pound drums .07 

Corn Meal. 

No. 7T1258 YeUow(golddust).extra ] 
quality. 100- pound bags, per bag 

Less quantity, per pound , 

No. 7'!ri259 \thlte (silver dust), 100 T ""'''« 
pounds in bag, per bag I 

Less quantity, per pound J 

Cereal Foods- 

Cerealine Flakes. 

No. 7T1260 Cooked in 1 Minute. Tryitan.iyon 

will like it. 34 (3-lb. ) pkgs. in case, per case...»3.00 

Per 3-pound package 13 

Cream of Wheat. 

No. 7T1361 36(2-lb.) pkgs. incase, percase..»4.10 
Per package 13 

Wheat Germ Meal. 

No. 7T1362 Cooked In 5 minutes. Recipes with 

each pkg. 34 (•3-lb.) pkgs. incase, per case S2.50 

Per package 13 



WE FOLLOW THE 

MARKET CHANGES IN GRGGERIES 

FROM DAY TO DAY AND GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS 
THE BENEFIT OF THE MARKET VARIATIONS. 

We will not charge you any njor^B than the low- 
est market price prevailing at the time yoar order 

Is receivL'kl, 



Grape Nuts. 

No. 7T12G3 Grape Nuts, 3 do/., i-lb. pkgs. in C'lse, 
per case, S3. 70; per package 13c 

Farina. 

No. 7T1375 Farina, none finer, 24 (i-lb.) packages 

In case, per case 81.40 

l-I)ound package, per package 07 

Parched Farinose. 
No. 7T137 8 34(3-lb.)pkgs. incase, per case.. «2.60 
3-i)OUnd package, per packiigc 12 

Shredded Wheat Biscuit. 
No. 7T1279 I'acked 35 and 50 packages to case. 

Per case of 50 packages »5.00 

Per case of 35 packages 3.UO 

Per package 11 

Granose Biscuits. 

No. 7T1380 Granose Biscuits, i^acked 34 pkgs. 

incase. Price, per case 83.70 

Price, per package 13 

Granula. 
No. 7T1384 1-lb., 2 doz. in case, per case.... 82. 15 

Per package .-. 10 

Hominy. 

No. 7T1385 Pearl Hominy, best white. 

100-pnund bag 81.80 

Per pound 03 

No. 7T1287 Hominy Grits, 100-lb. bag 1.80 

Perpound 03 

No. 7T1288 Flake Hominy, put up in sacks of 50 

pounds, per sack 81.30 

I'or pound 0'3 J^ 

Breakfast Foods. 

Cracked Wheat. 

No. 7T1290 Cracked Wheat, extra quality, 34 
(3-lb, ) pkgs. In case, per case 83.50; perpkg... .13c 

Pettijohn's Breakfast Food. 

No. 7TI 391 I'etti.john's Breakfast Food,24 (3-lb.) 
pkgs. incase, per case. JS3.50; per package lie 

Ralston Breakfast Food. 

No. 7T1293 Ralston Breakfast Food, 36 2-pound 
packages in case. 84.50; per package 13c 

Pillsbury's Vitos. 

No. 7T139:5 Pillsbury's Vitos, 36 2-pound pack- 
ages in case. S3. 70; per package lie 

s Battle Creek Cranola. 

No. 7T1294 Battle Creek Granola, 34 1-pound 
packages in case. 83.1.5; per package lOc 

Battle Creek Granose Flakes. 

No. 7T139fl Battle Creek Granose Flakes, 24 
1-ponud pjickages in case. 83.70: per package.. .12c 
Rolled Wheat. 

No. 7T1296 Boiled Wheat in bulk, per box of 90 
pounds, 83.40; less quantity, per pound 4c 



Rice. 



No. 7T1300 Japan. 



prime 

No. 7T1301 Japan, 
choice 

No. 7T1302 Japan, 
pearl, extra fancy 

No. 7T1303 Louisi- 
ana, fancy head 

No. 7Ti304 Caro- 
lina, extra f jincy 

No. 7T1305 Caroli- 
na, bTOkeuandcleanedl 






84.15 
5.30 
7.00 
6.00 
7.00 
3.40 






0-0 



82.25 
2.75 
3.G5 
3.15 
3.65 
J. 90 



§5 



&.0 



81.20 
1.40 
1.86 
1.60 
1.85 
.98 



41 Q i. 
J 5 i 



5c 
6c 
8c 
7c 
8c 
4c 



No. 7T1315 

packages in box. 
No. 7T1316 

pack;iges in box. 



Macaroni. 

No. 7T1310 Imported Macaroni, 35 1-pound 
packages in box. 

Full box. per lb., lie; less quantity, per lb 13c 

No. (T1311 Domestic Macaroni," bulk; 10 pounds 
in box. l*ri».'e, per box 60c 

No. 7T131*3 Domestic Macaroni, good quality; 
35 1-pouud packages in box. 

Full box. per pound, 8c; less quantity, per lb 9c 

No. 7T1313 .\ B C Macaroni, imported; 35 1- 
pound packjiges in box. 

I''ull box, per pound, 10c; less quantity, per lb. lie 
Spaghetti. 

Imported Spaghetti, 25 1-oound 
Perbox. 83.50; perpound 12c 

Domestic Spaghetti, 25 1-pound 

Per box. 81.76; per pound 8c 

Vermicelli. 

No. 7T1330 Domestic Vermicelli, bulk ; 10-pound 
boxes. Price, per box 60c 

No. 7T1331 Domestic Vermicelli, 35 1-pound 
packages in bo.x. Per bo.x, 81.63; per pound. 8c 

No. 7T1322 Imported Vermicelli.finest quality; 
•35 1-lb. packages in box. Perbox, 83.76; per lb.. 13c 

Tapioca. 

No. 7T1330 Rio Tapioca. 1 pound packages, two 
dozen incase. Per case, 83.35; per package... 10c 

No. 7T1331 Flake Tapioca. liagscontain 115 lbs. 
Full bag. per lb., mc; less quantity, per lb 5c 

No. 7T1333 Pearled Tapioca. Biigs contain l.:i5 
lbs. Full bag. per lb., 4i^c; lessquantity perlb..Sc 

No. 7T1333 Flake Tapioca, selected; 34 1-pound 
packages in case. Per case. 81.60; perpound... 7c 

No. 7T1"34 Pearled Tapioca, selected. 24 1-lb. 
packages in case. Per case. 81. 60: pel pound .. 7c 

No. 7T133fi Minute Tapioca. Ready for table in 
one minute. Three dozen in ease. 

Price, per case, S'J. 50; per package 8c 



No. 7TI345 



Sago. 

Fine German Sago. 



lbs. Full bag. per lb., 4}^c; less quantity, per lb. Sc 
No. 7T1346 I'earled Sago, fine German; 



pound packages in 
I'rice, per case, 8 



Itagsconiain 13^> 
b.ac 
24 1- 



.<!<); 



P'r pacl.age 7c 

Gloss Starch. 

Laundry Starch, In 50-lb. tx)xes. P';r 
8I.9U 
»*i6 




No 7T1350 

tX)X 

Less th;iii full Ijox. per box 

No. 7T1351 Seroco 
(;loHS starch. Par:ke(l in 
handsome6-lb. woods!i<I- 
ing cover box. 

Price, per 6-lb.box..35<- 

No. 7T1353 Kxtra 
Ouality GloHH, 5-lb. 
Pasteboard boxes. Pei- 
l)ox 25c 

No. 7T1366 Kings- 
ford's Silver Gloss, 1-lb. packages. 40 package 
liox. I'er package, • 

No. 7T1 356' ■ kin'gsford's' siiver ' Giom,' i 
wood boxes. Perbox jc 

Celulloid Starch. 

No. 7T1360 64 1(1.- pa.-k:iges in a box. Per 
package 80. 08 

I'ercase 4. so 

Corn Starch. 

No. 7T1362 S., R. Sc Co.'s, 40 (1-lb.) packages in a 
box. Per package 80.04}^ 

I'er box 1.60 

No. 7T1363 Kinesford's, 40 (1-Ib.) packages In a 
box. Per package 80. 08 

i'er box 2. TO 



Sugar. 



Lov, »sf; 
PRICK 



■ J , 



Please read !4peolal notice No. 7T1380, when f>r- 
dering sui^ar in 100 pound bags. 
No. 7T1364 Fine Granulated | 

Confectioners* A | 

No. 1 A, nearly while ' 

No. 1 Golden C 

Golden C 

Yellow C 

Dark New Orleans.. 

Cut Loaf 

Cubes 

Seroco Icing Sugar. 

Dominoes 

Maple Sugar, 1-lb.' bricks. 30-lb 

boxes, per lb.. 12c; less quaDTity. per lb 13- 

No. 7T1380 While every bag of sugar sent ou 
iH carefully inspected and in perfect cooditloi 
when sliipinent is made, yet we occasionally re 
ceive complaints from cu.stomers stating *th: 
when sugar is received the bag is torn, and som* 
times part of the sugar is lost. In order to obviat* 
this, we have concluded to pack su^r in new gral; 
baj^s when so requested. ^ .fi^-v-' '■ j, 

cents per bag of 100 pounas. 

Syrup and IVIolasses. 



No. 7T1365 
No. ;T1366 
No. 7T1367 
No. 7T1368 
No, 7T1369 
No. 7T1370 
No. 7T1371 
No. 7T1373 
No. 7T1373 
No. 7T1374 
No. TT1375 



A barrel of syrup or molasses contains .50;. 
half-barrels, 30 gallons. 



lUonst 




Always give name when ordering^ 
syrupor molasses. Two and one-half 
gaUon kits now take lowest rate of 
freight, sjime as barrels. 

See our Special tirocery Catalogue 
for full line of syrups and njola.sses. 

Extra Fancy Silver Drip Syrup. 

No. 7T1399 Extra Fancy Silver 
■ [ ^ » l HK 1 I*"P S-Vrup. 1-gallon screw top tin 

I K I IH'Ja can. Price, per can 43c 

xlhAnfttfl For syrup in larger packa;;es see 

^!™BHHU following list. 

SYRUP FOR TABLE USE. 
Clover Drips Syrup. 
No. 7T1400 50-gallon b:ir ~, DCr gallon.. .S0.33 
30-gallon Vs-barj-el. pergai.' .'i!i 

10-gallon .laclvet c:in, per can ,'^** 

fj-gallon jacket cjin, per can i.^- 

2V2-gallon kits, per kit 90 

Dew Drop Drips. 
No. 7T1403 50-gallon barrels, per gallon. . .S0.3S 

80-gallon 14-barrels. per gallon 37 

10-gallon jacket can. per can 3.10 

5-gallon jacket can. per can 1.61) 

2H-gallon kits, per kit 93 

Revere Syrup. 
No. 7T1405 .=iO-gallon barrels. pergallon...S0.31 

ao-gallon ^.-barrels, per gallon 33 

10-gallon j:icket can, per can 3.75 

5-gallon jacket can. per can 1.9.'5 

3K-gallon kits, per kit l.u.s 

Rocl< Candy Syrup. 
No. 7T1410 50-gallon barrels, per gallon... S0.58 

30-gaUon 4-barrels. per gallon 60 

10-gallon jacket can, percan •'. "» 

5-gallon jacket can. percan 0.1:. 

2'4-gallon jacket can. per can l.-io 

MOLASSES FOR COOKING AND BAK- 
ING PURPOSES. 

B!acl<strap Molasses. 
This is a low grade molasses, used f.>r bakingoul^ 
No. 7T1413 50 gallon barrels, per gallon. ..S0.15 

iiO-gallon ^-barrels, per g;illou 17 

10-gallon jacket can. percan 2.00 

5-gallon .lacket can, per c:in l.Orj 

2^-g:illon jacket can. per can C*> 

1-gallon tin can, e:ich 37 

(MOLASSES continued on next pa^e.1 



20 SEARS, i?OEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth. Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 




MOLASSES— Con tinned from preceding page. 

Doris New Orleans Molasses. 

For Cooking and leaking. 
This is a prime, new, open kettle, full grain, ex- 
tra stock molat^ses. We guarantee this j;rade to 
give satisfaction in all cases. 
No. 7T1415 50-ga lion barrels, per gallon. ..»0.38 

30-gallon Vs-barrels, per gallon 30 

10-gallon jacket can, per can 3,50 

5-gallon jacket can, per can 1.85 

iJi4-gallon jacket can, per can 1.10 

l-gallon tin can, each 46 

Seroco Fancy New Orleans Molasses. 

For Cooking and Baking, 
We offer our Extra Fancy New Orleans Molasses, 

the best on the market, heaviest weight, fullest 
stock, at the following special low prices: 
■• V>. 7T1416 50-gallon barrels, pergallon. 

' Tallon '^-barrels, per gallon 

gallon jacket cans, per can 

-allon jacket cans, per can 

'allon jacket cans, per can 

-allon tin can, each 

Maple Syrup. 

'^S'->,';uarantee our Maple Syrup to 
be ah intely pure. 

No. 71*1420 Pure New Hampshire 
Maple Sjmip. 50-gaIlon barrel, per 
gallon »0.9'^ 

:i0-gallon i^-barrel. per gallon. .94 

10-gaUon .jacket can, per can.. 9.90 
5-ffallon jacket can, per can . . 5.05 
l-gallon tins, each 1.10 

H-gallon tins, eaeh 60 

Quart tins, each 3)8 

Pure Ohio Maple Syrup. 

No. 7T1439 10-gallnn jackut eans »8.50 

o-gallon jacket cans 4.75 

l-gallon tins... 95 

i'^-gallon tins .55 

Maple Syrup, in Bottles. 

No. 7T1432 Quarts, handsome bottle, extra line 

goods. Per dozen bottles S3. 7 5 

Per bottle 35 

Honey. 

No. ;T1435 Pure White Clover Honey, Strained. 

i-5iiHon cans. ^ dozen in case. Per dozen. ..S15. 50 

Each 1.35 

Extracted Honey. 

Xo. 7T1437 Glass Tumblers, not T>oz. Each 
l?ar©. 1-pound each »1.00 S0.09 

No. 7T1438 Glass Jars, pure, 1-pound 
oach ' 2.0O .30 

Cheese. 

In onrSpeciaHlrocery 
List we list a full and 
complete line of Do- 
mestic and Import eti 
Cheese. 

Seroco Brand Full 
Cream Cheese. 

No. 7T1440 The il- 
lustration gives you an idea of the appearance of 
this cheese. The cakes are 10 ini-lies square by ::;!4 
inches deep, each one has 10 creases, marking it ()IT 
into 10 1-pound sections. Guaranteed absolutely full 
cream and the very best obtainalile. We do not sell 
less than one 10-p6und cheese. 

Price, per in-pound cheese. ®1,50 

No. 7T1443 Young America, full cream, about 

ID pounds each. Per pound , l'*5^<" 

CRACKERS. 
We list a most complete line of crackers anil 
bakery goodri in our S(>e<'l:il Grocery IJst. Send 
15 cents for a years' suhscription. 

20"Pound Box of Crackers , 99 C ents 

, we are of - 



Asa sped 
fering the finest butter, 
soda aiul oyster crack- 
ers on tbe market, in ^- 
pound wofxlen boxes, at 
99 cents, the same class 
of goods that dealer-, sell 
At 10 cents per pouud. 

' No. 7T1460 Price, for 30-lb. l)OX ?ouaiiibCUUs, 99r 

Price, for :in-lb. box Oyster Biscuits 99f 

Price, for:iO-lb. box Butter Biscuits 99c 





CANDY— (C"»t*n"e*l)- 
Clear Goods and Cut Goods. 5-pound box 

No. 7T1556 Sour Balls »0..»a 

No. 7T1557 Lemon Drops .62 

No. 7T1558 Moss Squares 52 

No. 7TI559 Horeliound Squares 53 

No. 7Tlo60 Lemon Squares .53 

No. 7T1561 Jackson Balls 59 

No. 7T1563 Lady Kisses .53 

No. 7T1 563 Mint Kisses 53 

No. 7T1564 Lemon Kisses 53 

No. 7T1565 Molasses Mint Kisses 53 

No. 7T1566 Fruit Drops. .53 

No. 7T1567 Rock and Rye Drops 53 

No. 7T156H Fruit Squares 53 

No. 7T1569 31 in t Balls 53 

No. 7T15 70 Cinnamon Balls 59 

No. 7T1571 Wine Bails .59 

No. 7T1573 Gooseberries 69 

No. 7T1573 Cbicagro Marbles 59 

We do not sell less tbaii a full box of above. 

No. 7T1574 Ambrosia Delicious Chocolate 

Creaiusaud Bonbons. Price, per5-pound box, 81.75 

Price, per 2-pound box.. 75 

Price, per I-pound box 39 

No. 7T1575 Ambrosia Molasses Golf Chips. 

Price, per 5- pound box SI. 35 

Price, per 2-pound box 60 

Price, perl- pound box : 33 

No. 7T1576 Fancy Opera Mixed. 

Price, per 5- pound box 1.75 

Price, per 2- pound box 75 

Price, per 1-pouud box 39 

No. 7T167 7 Chocolate Ice Cream Bare. 

Price, per box of 100 bars 69 

No. 7T157H Chocolate Creams. 

Price, per ">- pound box (no less sold) .73 

No. 7T1579 Java Chocolate Creams, assorted 

Havers. Price, per 5-pound box 98c 

Price, per 2- pound box 55c 

Price, per 1 -pound box. 39c 

No. 7T1580 Fancy Caramels. 

Price, per :")• pound box, assort^^d 60c 

I*rice, per 2H- pound l>ox. one flavor only 40c 

No. 7T1585 Great Drive in Fancy Stick Candy. 

Price, per 30- pound pail, per pound H^v 

Price, :^-pound box for 30c 

No. 7TI691 French Mottoes. 

Price, per 5- pound box 79c 

No. 7T1593 Ice Cream Drops. 

Price, per 5-pound box 64c 

No. 7T1593 Marshmallows. 

Price, per 5- pound box 6-7c 

No. 7T1594 Cream %Vafers. 

Priee^er box containing 100 wafers .'.69c 

No. 7T1595 Old Fashioned Arabian Gum Drops. 

Price, per 5-pound lx>x 64c 

No. 7T1596 Cranberry Dips. 

Price, per 5-ponnd box 63c 

No, 7T1697 Royal Creams. 

Price._per.")-pound box. assorted only 63c 

No. 7T159H Cborolate Bars. 

Price per box of 100 liars, assort* -d flavors 64c 

No. 7T1603 Marshmallon- Bananas. 

Price. i)er bi>x. abmit 5 pounds 64c 

No. 7T1610 American Mint I^ozenges, white. 

r*rice. per ^-iwund box 59c 

No. 7Ti*>ll AVintergreen Lo7.enges, pink and 

white. Price, per 5- pound box 59c 

No. 7T1613 Conversation Lozeni^es, assoile«l. 

I^rice. jx'r 5- pound l)Ox 64c 

No. 7T1630 Ro< k Candy, white, best quality. 

Price, per 5- pound box 59c 

No. 7T1633 Rock Candy, assorted colors. 

Price, per .5-pound box 59c 

No. 7T16*J5 Japanese Cocoanut. 

Price, per box containini? lOOstrips 54c 

No. 7T1635 Cream Dips, assorted flavors. 

Price, per 5-pound box 69c 

No. 7T1636 Assorted Bonbons. 

Price, per 5- pound box *1.10 

No. 7T1661 Maple Creams. 

Price, per 5-pound box 59c 

No. 7T1665 Strawberry Creams. 

Price, per 5-pound box 59c 

No. 7T1670 Flippi Cream Almonds. This is a 

popular candy, a little iarjic^r than a pecan nut. 

almond ceVter with a heavy coat of jjure su*.'ar 

!lavored^with vanilla. Price. per5-i>»iunu box... 75c 



CANDY. 



Send for our Special Grocery List, in wblch 
list a full line ot candy of every description. 
No. 7T1550 Chicago Mixed Candy. 

Price per :iO-pound pail S2. 

Price, per 5-p<^und box 

No. 7T1551 Columbia Mixed Candy. 

Price, per W-pound pail 3. 

Price, per 5-pound box 

Price, per 2-pound box 

No. 7T1653 Kinderp^arten Mixed Candy. 

Price, per iMi-pound nail 2. 

I*rice, per 5- pound box 

Price, per 2-pound box 

No. 7T1553 Gum Drops. 

Price, per 3fl-pound pail . 1 . 

Price, per 5-pound box 

No. 7T1554 Licorice Gum Drops. 

Prl(te, per ;iO-pound pail 3. 

Price, per 5-pound oox . 

No. 7T1566 French Mixed Candy. 

Price, per ;iO- pound pail 4. 

Price, per 5-pound box 

Price, per 2- pound box 

Pric^ per 1-pound box 

See next column. 



. . 64c 



No. 7T1675 Spanish Peanut Stick 

Price, per box of 100 bars 

No. 7T1676 Jelly Squares, crystallized 

Price, per 5- pound box 59c 

No. 7T1677 Jelly Fruit Beans. Price, per .5- 

pound box 50c 

Shelled Nuts. 

No. 7T1678 Almonds, Jordan, shelled. 

Price, 5-pound box, per pound 46c 

Pi-ice. less quantities, per pound 48c 

No. 7T1679 Almonds, Tara^ona, shelled. 

Price, 5-pound box. 35c 

Price, less quantities, per pound 37c 

No. 7T1680 Peanuts, Spanish, shelled, green. 

Price, loO- pound box, per pound 7c 

Price, less quantities, per pound 8c 

No. 7T1681 Peanuts, shelled and salted, guar- 
anteed fresh roasted. 

Price, 50-pound box. per pound 9c 

Price, per 5-pound box 47c 

Price, per 2-pound box 30c 



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Nuts. 
No. TT1684 Almonds, Tar- 

ajroiiu soft shell. 

Price, 50-lb. bo.\, per lb. ..15c 

Less quantities, per lb.. .16c 

.No. -T1685 Almonds, Cali- 

fiiriua. paper sljell. 

Price, 50-lb. box, per lb. . 

r^ess miantities. per lb. . 

Xo. 7T168« Brazil 

Cream Nuts. 

Prico,5U-lb. box. perib...l4e 

Les.s quant itie.s. per lb.. .15c 

No. 7T1«!H> Filberts, new 

ernp. 

Price. 50-lb. box, per lb 12c 

Price, less quantities, per pound , 13c 

No. iTibill Walnuts, tlalit'ornia. .soft shell, new 

crop. Price, SO-pounil box. perpounil 14c 

Price, less quantities, per pound 15c 

No. 7T169» Walnuts, California, hard shell, new 

crop. Price, SO-pound box, per pound 12c 

Price, less quantities, per pound 13c 

No. 7T1693 Pecans, new crop. 

Price, 50-pound box, per pound. 

Price, less (luantities, per pound 

No. 7T1604 Peanuts. No. 1 green, Virginia. 

Price, 50- pound box. per pound 

Price, less (luantilies. per pound 

No. 7Tlfi!>i> Peanuts. No. 1 roasted, Virsrinia 

Price, 50- pound box, per pound 6HC 

Price, less ciuantities. per pound 7 vie 

Mixed Nuts. 
No. 7T1690 Mixed Nuts, fine selection, new Crop. 

Price, 50-pound box, per pound 13c 

Price, less quantities, per pound 14c 

No. 7T1697 Mixed Nuts. ,><.. K. & t'o.'s Christmas 
brand, new crop and a tine selection, put up In 5- 
pound cartons, includin;; a polished nutcracker. 

Price, per 5- pound box 75c 

Chewing Gum. 

We do not sell less than full box. 

No. 7T16«J!> .Vdams- Bla<'k.)aek <;uni, 5 sticlfS in 
package. -0 packages in box. Price, per box 55c 

No. 7T1 70O Adams' New York Rubber Gum, 400 
pieces in a box. Price, per i»ox 59c 

No. 7T1701 Adams' Pepsin Tuttl Fruttl Gum, 
DSquares to tbe bar. 3 bars to the package, 20 pack- 
ages tr) tin- box. Price, per box 59c 

TSo. 7TI703 Beeiuau's Pepsin Gum, 5 pieces to 
package, :.'0 packages to l)ox. Price, per box 62c 

No. 7T1 704 Yankee Spruee Gum, .<> pieces to 
package. ™0 packages to box. Price, per l>ox 60c 

No. 7T17<»(> White's Yucatan Gum. 5 pieces to 
package. 'JO packages to box. Price, pirbox 55c 

No. 7TI707 Ripe Fruit Gum, :.'o 5-cent packages 
in box. I'rice, per hax 65e 

No. 7T1708 Priniley's California Fruit, a)5-cenl 
packages in box. Price, per box 59c 

No. 7T1 709 KIsH Me Gum, 20 o-cent packa.ges In 

box. Price, per box 69c 

If by mail, postage extra, per box, 15 cents. 

Cracker Jack. 

No. 7TniO Prici-. percaseof 21 packages.. S0.8» 

Price, per ease of .'>(i packages 1.55 

Price, per case of lOti packages 2.85 

We do not break cases. 

LAUNDRY SOAPS. 

Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s Celebrated 
Family Laundry Soap. 

For only Si'-i.9.5 for h bo\ of lOO \mrs, a little lesa 
than 3 eent« « bar, we offer our eeb'brated Sears, 
Ruehu<-k & Co.'h Faiiilly l.aunilry SoapaH the equal 
of laundry Hoapn tliat sell everywhere at 5 cents a 
bar, HUfl even more. At our )(|i'.i.9.'> priee per box of 
1 00 bars we feel conlUlent we are ^Ivin^rtueh value 
ill biundry Knap as Ls offered hy no other house. 

Our speelal family laundry soap is put up for us 
under eontraet hy one of the best soap iiianufae- 
tnrers in Chirajcro. a mnnufacturer who sells! tbe 
siiim: soap under another name Hi almost dfiuble <.)ur 

firk'e. Tnet'nst of our family soap Is tisurtMl on very 
arge quantities, on the basis of the artual cost of 
tlie nialeriiil and tli'? labor, to which we add the nar- 
rowest kind of amarirbii^f nrotit. makinKourFamlly 
l.aun<try St>ap the speeial leader of our soap d**- 
partuieiit. Our Family Laundry Soap Is an extra 
thi<-k bar, eonvenlent shape, hard pressed and ml>- 
bed. It is made of selected material.it is strictly 
tirst class in every respect, and there isnoingredieiii 
in its manufacture that will harm the most delicate 
fabric. Jt is a laundry so in that will help to make 
the laundry work much lipnter. Fvery bar Is put up 
uiitler our hindins: Kuarautee, anil if you do not 
IiM<l thhi Koap equal to any soap you can buy from 
your storekeeper at home at 4, i> and 6 cents per 
bar. you can return it to us at our expense and we 
will refuntl your money. 




At our speeial *2.95 price for a box of lOO bars, 
you will make a savintj of at least 50 percent. 
No. 7T17J51 Our special price, per box of 100 

bars :. »s.«r. 

Price, for '60 bars •*-*3 

Price, for single bar .03*4 

Soaps continued on next page. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK i CO., CI apest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CA ALOGUE No.ll2. 



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Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s Royal Mottled 
German Soap. 

No. -T11I56 Sears, Roebuck & « ■ .'s Mottled 
Qeriiian Sojip, per box of 60 l-pound bais 83.18 

l*rice. ptT siugle bar 4c 

Globe Brag Laundry Soap. 

So. 7T1758 Globe Brai; Laundry Soap. Our 
special price per box (54 bars) 83.63 

Price, per bar 05 

White Floating Soap. 

Xo. 7T1'60 White FloatinR Soap. Per box (100 

-tmn.-.- cakes) S3.00 

Per Ixix (.■>(( 6-ouuce calves) 1.50 

Per single (j-oimce cake OS}^ 

Wool Soap. 

No. 711163 Wool Soap. Per box (100 G-ounce 

•akes). batb size 84.00 

Per single 6-ounce cake 04 

Per box (10010-ounce cakes) 6.7 5 

Per single 10-ounce cake 07 

Santa Claus Soap. 

No. 7T1766 Santa Claus Soap. Per box (100 12- 

ouncebars) 83.16 

Per box (3012-ouncebars) 1.65 

Per box (2512-ouncebars) 85 

Proctor & Gamble's Mottled 
German Soap. 

No. 7T1768 Proctor & Gamble's Mottled Ger- 
man Soap. Price, per box 60 l-lli. bars 82.40 

Price, per single bar 04}i 

Proctor & Gamble's Lenox Laundry 
Soap. 

No. 7T1769 Proctor & Gamble's Lenox Laundry 

Soap. Price, per box (100 l--ounce bars) 83.10 

Price, per single l--ounce bar. .0314 

Proctor & Gamble's Ivory Soap. 

No. 7T1770 ProctorA Gamble's Ivory Soap. 

Price, per box (100 6-ounce cakes) 83.75 

Price, per cake (6-ounce) 04 

Price, per box (100 10-ounce cakes) 6.50 

Price, per cake (10-ouuce) 07 

Dobbins' Electric Laundry Soap. 

No. 7T 1 7 73 Dobbins' Klectrlc Laundry Soap. 

Price, per box (100 bars) 84.15 

Price, per single bar 04}^ 

Genuine Imported Castile Soap. 

No. 7T1780 Genuine Imported Castile Soap. 

Price, iJ-pound Ijar, per pound 18c 

Genuine Olive Oil Castile Soap. 

No. 7T I 7 83 Genuine Olive Oil Castile Soap. 

Price, per 2-pound bar, 39c; per 4-pound bar... 57c 
Domestic Castile Soap. 

No. 7T1784 Domestic Castile Soap. Price, per 
2-pound bar. ISc; per 4- pound bar 35c 

No. 7Tn»0 Mottled Domestic Castile, "^i-pound 
cak<!S<]-' in box), per box, 33c: per cake 3c 

No. 711791 White Domestic Castile, }(-pound 
cakes (12 in box), per box. 33c; per cake 3c 

Green Oil Soap. 
No. 7T1793 Green OllSoap. Per 16-oz. jar. .80.18 

Price, per ease of 12 jars 3.00 

Price, per case of 24 jars 3.40 

TOILET SOAPS. 

On account of limited space we do not li st a full 
line of laundry and toilet soaps in this catalog;ue. 
Two pauses of our Special Grocery List are devoted 
to this department. Send 15 cents for year's sub- 
scription. 

Dr. Raub's Celebrated Cutaneous Soap. 

N0.7T1803 Dr. Kaub's Celebrated Cutaneous 

Soap. Regular 25-eent cakes, per cake 8c 

Per box of 3 cakes 31c 

Williams' Jersey Cream Toilet Soap. 

No. 7T1803 Williams' Jersey Cream Toilet 
Soap. Price, per dozen cakes, 81 30: per cake. 13c 

Williams' White Glycerine Toilet Soap. 

No. 7T1 804 Williams' White Glycerine Toilet 
Soap. Price, per box of S cukes. 30c; per cake... .7c 

Persian Bouquet Buttermilk Soap. 

No. 7T1805 Persian Bouquet Buttermilk Soap. 

Price, per box of 3 cakes, 13c: per cake 5c 

Transparent Glycerine Soap. 

No. 7T1807 Transparent Glycerine Soap. Price. 

per box of 12 cakes 40c 

Miller's Clycerated Tar Soap. 

No. 7T1808 Miller' Glycerated Tar .Soap. Price, 
perl>)x of 3 cakes, 33c; per cake 9c 

Fancy Castile Soap. 
No. 7T 1809 Fancy Castile .Soap. Price, per box 
oflricakes ! 45c 

Genuine Turkish Bath Toilet Soap. 

No. 7T1811 Genuine Turkish Bath ToUet Soap. 
Price, per box, 12 cakes 40c 

Congo Coco Toilet Soap. 
No. 7T1815 Congo Coco Toilet Soap. Price, per 

box of 12 cakes 35c 

Cocoanut Oil Soap. 
No. 7T1817 Cocoanut Oil Soap. Price, per box 

of 12 ctikes. . . 30c 

Carbolic Acid Soap. 
No. 7T1819 Carbolic Acid Soap. Price, per box 
of cakes, 30c; per single cake 8c 

Lettuce Soap. 

No. 7T1830 Lettuce Soap. Price, per box of 3 
caiies 83c 




Sulphur Toilet Soap. 

No. 7T1831 Sulphur Toilet Soap. Price, jter 
box of 3 cake.s, 30c; per single caki' «c 

Miller's Tomato Juice Toilet Soap. 

No. 7TI8S3 Miller's Tomato .Juice Toilet Soap. 

Price, per box of 3 (^akes 15c 

No.'lTI833 Handworkers' Cocoa Castile .Soap. 

Price, per box of 12 cakes 50c 

Forest Bouquet Toilet Soap. 

No. 7T1834 Forest Bouquet Toilet Soap. Price, 
per box of 3 cakes 15c 

Fairbank's Fairy Soap. 

No. 7T1830 Fairbank's Fairy Soap. Price, per 

dozen cakes. 45c; per cake 4c 

Pears' Toilet Soap. 

No. 7T1838 Pears' Unscented Toilet Soap. Our 

price, per box of 3 cakes, 37c; per cake 13c 

No. 7T1839 Pears' Scented Toilet .Soap. Our 

price, per box of 3 cakes, 43c: per c;ike 15c 

Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet. 

No. 7T1830 Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet, per 

box (3 cakes), 63c; per cake 21c 

Fairbank's Glycerine Tar Soap. 

No. 7T1831 Fairbank's Glycerine Tar Soap, per 

box, (25 cakes). 95c; per cake 4c 

Cuticura Toilet Soap. 
No. 7T1833 Cuticura Toilet Soap, per box of 3 

cakes, 60c; per c;ike .31c 

Brown Windsor Toilet Soap. 

No, 7T1833 Brown Windsor Toilet Soap, per 

box of 12 cakes, 45c: per cake 6c 

Yule Tide Bouquet. 

No, 7T1834 Yule Tide Bouquet. Packed. 2 cakes 
Yule Tide Bouquet Toilet Soap and a 1-ounce bottle 
of perfume in a handsome decorated box. 

Price, per box ^5r 

Shaving Soap. 

No, 7T1843 YankeeShaving, very choice, 1 dozen 
in box. Price, per box 81.00 

Price, per cake 09 

No. 7'ri843 Williams' Shaving Soap, finest 
made, 6 cakes to the pound. Per pound 38c 

Percake 6c 

Barbers' Shaving Soap. 

No, 7T1844 Barbers' Shaving Soap, per dozen 
cakes. 4 Oc; percake 4c 

(''^"S?'^"^'i) Colgate's Shaving Soap. 

No. 7T1853 Colgate's Shaving 

Soap, 8 cakes to pound, per lb., 30c 

Per cake 4c 

Brooms. Dozen Each 

No. 7T2041 Whisk Brooms, fine 

corn, medium size. Price 81.00 80.09 

No. 7T3043 Whisk Brooms, fine 

corn. Price 1.30 .13 

No. 7T3043 Whisk Brooms, fine 

corn, extra size. Price 1,55 14 

No. 7T3044 Whisk Brooms, for bar- 
bers' use, extra long. Price 2.00 .18 

No. 7T3045 House Broom 3.50 .24 

No. 7T3046 House Broom 2.75 .36 

No. 7T3047 Parlor Broom 3.10 .37 

No. 7T2048 Fancy Carpet Parlor 

Brooms. Price 3.25 .29 

No. 7T3049 Stable or Warehoase 

Brooms. Price 3.50 .32 

No. 7TJ050 Toy Brooms, extra 1.16 .10 

No. 7T3051 Stable Brooms, rattan, 

14 inches long. Price 4.65 .46 

No. 7T3053 Stable Brooms, rattan. 

16 inches long, 6 rows. Price 6.00 .56 

Toilet Paper in Rolls. 

No. 7T2065 Little jewel. A special medium size 
perforated roll, fair grade paper and a big barg^ain. 
Price, per case of 100 rolls. 83.25; per roll 3c 

No. 7T3066 Era. A good size, perforated roll, 
excellent paper. Price, per case of 100 rolls, 83.00; 
peri'oll. ..4c 

No. 7T3067 Climax. A fine large perforated roll, 
very excellent paper. Price, per case of 100 rolls. 
84.00: per roll 5c 

No. 7T3069 Envoy. A very superior and extr:i 
large roll of pure tissue manila. Retails at 3 rolls 
for 25 cents. Per case of 100 rolls. 85.00; per roll. 6c 

No. 7T3070 Winner. The biggest roll of the best 
tissue toilet paper made. Guaranteed. 1000 sheets 
perforated. A special grade at half price. Price, per 
case of ion rolls. »(>.15; per roll 7c 

Toilet Paper in Packages. 

N€>. 7T2076 Clover Leaf. A fine tissue manila 

Paper in sheets. Eiicli packa^'e h:isa riveted hanger, 
'er case of 100 packages. 83. 0<>; perpackage 4c 

No. 7T3076 Crescent. A very nice genuine tissue 
manila toilet pai)er. Large p<ackage. riveted lianger. 
Per case of lOo p;ick;iges, 84.00; per package 5c 

No. 7T20 7 7 Diana. A choice grade of tissue 
manila. Large package, with riveted hanger. Price. 
per cast of 10() packages, 85.00; per package 6c 

No. 7T3078 MayHower. The flnestgradeof Special 
tissue manila. guaranteed to be free from injurious 
chemicals. Very large packages. Price, per case of 
100 packages, 86.15; per pack;tge 7c 

Axle Crease. 

No. 7T3079 

Price, per case of 3 dozen 1-pound boxes 81.3.'> 

Prici*. per dozen 1-pound boxes 50 

Price, per box 05 

No, 7T3080 Price, per 10-pound pail 35 

Price, per half-dozen 10-pound pails 2,00 

No. 7T3081 Price, per 25-pound pail 80 

Price, per half-dozen 25-pound pails 4.20 

No. 7T3083 Price. perkeg,about54pounds. 1.85 
No. 7T2083 Price, per keg, aoout 105 pounds 2.95 
No. 7T3084 Price, per 200-pound barrel. . . . 5.65 



POULTRY FOODS. 

Mica Crystal Grits. 

No. 7T2103 Mica Crystal Grits. 100-lb.sack.7ac 

Cracked Bone. 

No. 7T3105 Cracked Bone. 100-pfjund sack, 

S1.9S;. 50- pound sack. 81.05: 25-rjound »a<;k S6c 

Crushed Oyster Shells. 

No. 7T3I08 Crushed Oyster Shells, pure. In gixjd 
sack. Price, per IW-ijound sack 46<t 

NOTICE: Mica Crystal Grits and Crushed Oyster Sliells 
furnished in 100-pound sacks only, no less quantity sold. 
Beef Scraps for Poultry. 

No. 7T2118 Beef Scraps for Poultry. 100-pound 

sack. 83.00; 50-i)ound sack, 81 .05 ; 25- pound sa<;k 60c 

Beef Meal. 

No. 7T3»19 Beef Meal. lrt0.p<jund sack, SLSO; 
50-pound sack. 81.O0: 2.>-|X)undsack «0c 

Concentrated Meal. 

No. 7T3130 <'onccntrate<l Meal, lieef meal with 

charcoal, fonugreek and ginger. Lgg producer and 

developer. l(X)-pound s;ick, 83,10; 50-pound sack. 

81.16: 25-pound sack 76e 

Raw Bone Meal. 

No. 7T2131 Kaw Bone Meal. 100-pound sack. 
S2.05; 50-pound sack, Sl.lO; 25-pound sack. ..60c 

Broiler Teeth. 

N0.7T2122 Broiler Teeth. 100- pound sack, 

81.35; 50-pound sack, 75c; 25-pound sack 40c 

BUTTER AND CHEESE SUPPLIES. 

In our Special Grocery Catalogue, nve list a fall 
line of Preservaline. Send for our special circular 
on Freezine. 

Chr. Hansen's Rennet Extract. 

No. 7T2J25 Chr. Hansen's Rennet Extract, 1- 

gallon bottles. Price, per gallon 81JS0 

Chr. Hansen's Rennet Tablets. 

No. 7T3136 Chr. Hansen's Rennet Tablets. (3an 

of 100 No. 1 tablets 84.40 

If by mail, postage extra, 13 cents. 
N0.7T2137 Canof 21X1 No. 2 tablets... ...82.20 

If by mail, postage extra, 6 cents. 

No. 7T2138 Sample boxes 50 No. 2 tablets 90c 

Postage prepaid. 

Na.7T3139 Sample lx)xes 24 No. 2 tablets. . .. 60c 

Postage prepaid. 

Chr. Hansen's Household Junket Tablets 

No. 7T3130 Chr. Hansen's Household Jonket 
Tablets, for dainty, delicious desserts; 12 tablets in 
vial. Price, per dozen vials. 81. lO; each 10c 

Chr. Hansen's Cheese Color. 

No. 7T3133 Chr. Hansen's Cheese Color. Price, 

1-gallon bottles, each S1.50 

4-oz. sample bottles, per dozen. 82.90: each 25c 

Laktone Cheese Color. 

No. 7T2133 Laktone Cheese Color. Reliable .nnd 
cheap, does not fade. 1-gallon can (boxed), 8* * ■': 
!^-gallon can (boxed), 81.00; sample bottle ... 

Chr. Hansen's Cheese Color Tablets. 

No. 7T3134 Chr. Hansen's Cheese ColorTablets. 

Price, jjer vialof 12 tablets 20c 

Chr. Hansen's Danish Butter Color. 

No. 7T2145 Chr. Hansen's Danish Butter Color. 

Price, 1-gallon can, S3. 35; 2ii-ounce bottle, 90c; 
9-ounce bottle, 40c: l-ounce bottle 30c 

"Black Death" Bug Killer and Fertilizer. 

It positively kills potato bugs, squash bugs, pump- 
kin tjugs, watermelon bugs, rose bugs, currant worms, 
cabbage worms, etc It will kill allklnds of creeping 
things thiit eat tlie leaves of vegetables or plants. 

What is "Black Death'?" It is an inexpensive 
powder as fine as flour and extremely dilfusible, and 
completely covers with a fine dust all plants over 
which it is sprinkled. In addition to being powerful 
initsetfects to kill all insect life.it also acts as a 
fertilizer, thereby very materially increasing the 
crops of potatoes, etc.. to which it is applied. For 
testimonials see our Special Grocery List. 
No. 7T3000 Black Ueath. 

5- pound package 80. ;•'> 

10-pound package 3* 

15-pound package 45 

25-pound package 75 

50-pound package 1.50 

100-pound keg 3.00 

300-pound barrel 8.00 

Black Death Sifter. 

No. 7T3001 Black Death Sifter. 

3-Quart tin sifter. Just the thing for 
applying Black Death. 
Price, each 23c 

MAKE UP A... 

FREIGHT 
SHIPMENT 

By Including Soaps and Other 
Groceries with Your Order. 

^ve give vou the beneiit of the 
LOWEST M.4RKET PRICE on the 




REMEMBER 

day your order is received. 

We Can Save You Money on Your Groceries, 

AND IT WILL P.\Y YOl' TO ORDER .4LL 
THE GROCERIES YOU NEED FROM IS. 



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SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOCUE No. U2. 



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Laundry Supplies. 

See our Special Grocery List for f lUl line Laun- 
dry and Kitchen Supplies. 

Washing Powder. 

No. "T1855 Grandma's 'Wasliing Powder, per 
case (96 lbs.), !S3.40; per package (-libs.) 15c 

Sfo. 7T1858 Gold D uBt.i4 (4-1 b.) packages in case, 
per case. S4.00: per package lie 

No. 7T1861 Pyle's Pearline. 36 (1-lb.) packages 
incase, per case, S3.00; per package »c 

Seroco Scouring Soap. 

No. 7T1867 The best scour- 
ing: soap on the marlcet„ \Vc 
guarantee Seroco Scouring 
Soap to be equal to Sapolio or 
any other scouring soap on the 
market, .vet lower In price. 

Per bo.x ot 100 cakes. S3.96i 
per cake... 4c 

No. -7T1868 Sapolio. Enoch Morgan's Sons. 
House. W-cent size. Per box (3 dozen), 83.16; per 
cake 6c 

Chloride of Lime. 
No. 7T1869 Chloride of Lime, 1-pound size, 25 
cans in case. Per case, »l. 76; per can 8c 

Lye. 

No. 7T1875 Lewis', 4 dozen in case. Per dozen, 
95c; each 8c 

No. 7T1876 Babbitt's, I dozen in case. Per 
dozen. SI.OO; each 9c 

No. 7T1877 Champion, 4 dozen in case. Per 
dozen, 90c; each 8c 

No. 7T1878 Star Scrubbing Lye, 4 dozen in case. 
Per dozen. 40c ; each 4c 

Bluing. 

No. 7T1880 German Bail Blue, in 1- pound bo.xes. 

Per dozen. S1.50; per bo.x 14c 

Half pound boxes. Per dozen. 81.00; per box.. 9c 
No. 7T1881 Liquid Blue (S., R. & Oo.'s Best). 

Quart bottles, per dozen. 90c; per bottle 9c 

Pint bottles, per dozen, 60c ; per bottle 6c 

Half-pint bottles, per dozen. 36c; per bottle... .4c 
No. 7T1886 Dry Bluing, small sitting top boxes, 

1 dozen in carton. Per dozen, 25c; per box 3c 

No. 7T1886 Dry Bluing, large sitting top boxes, 

1 dozen in carton. Per dozen. 45c; per box 5c 

No. 7T1887 Spencer's Patent Bluing Paddle. 

Very economical. Per dozen, 33c; each 4c 

Spotless Dry Blue. 
No. 7T1888 Spotless Dry Blue. Small 
(wood box, as illustrated. Per dozen 
|boxes, 30c; per box 3c 

Ammonia. 

No. 7T1890 Ammonia. Quart bottles (S., R, & 
Oo.'s Best). Per dozen, 81.00; per bottle 9c 

Pint t)Ottles, per dozen. 65c; per bottle 6c 

Borax. Doz. Each 

No. 7T189S Borax. 1-lb. packages. 81. 10 80.10 
Candles. By box. Per 

No. 7T1900 Electric Light Cand- per lb. lb. 
Jes, 40-lb. boxes, 8 to thepound. lull 
weight 80.10 80.13 

No. 7T1901 Granite Wax Mining 
Candles, 6's, 14 oz., 40 pounds in box 11}4 .1354 

No. 7T1903 Paramiie Wax Can- 
dles. 4's and 6's to lb., 36 lbs. in case. .. .11 .13 

No. 7T1904 Paraftine Wax Can- 
dles, 12 to lb.. 36 lb. in case H .13 

No. 7T1906 'Xmas Candles, 34's, 
36's or 48's. per box. according to size of 
candles, per box .09 

Fancy Candles. 

No. 7T1906 Colored Candles, yellow, pink, 
blue, green and red. same ;xs 7T190(, except not 
decorated. Packed 8 of one color in box. Price, 
per bo.x of 8 36c 

No. 7T1907 Colored Candles (decorated ) , 
yellow, pink, blue, green and red, decoratcil 
with gold leat,as shown in illustration. Leiigih. 
Sinches. Packed 6 of one color in a box. Pri.'e. 
per box of 6 36c 

Laundry Wax. 

No. 7T1919 Cliinese Family Ironing Wax. Price 
per box of 1 dozen, aoc ; each '.JJ^c 

No. 7T1930 Parailine Laundry Wax, 1 dozen 
cakes in box. Per box. 33c; each 3c 

No. 7T1931 Beeswax, 1 dozen cakes In box. Per 

box. 33c; each 3c 

Seeds. Pound 




No. 7T1935 
No. 7T1926 
No. 7T1937 
No. 7T19J8 
No. 7T1939 
No. 7T1930 
No. 7T1931 
No. 7Tin3J 
No. ~T1933 
No. ~T1934 
No. 7T1935 
No. 7T1936 
No. 7Tin37 
No. 7T1938 



Canary. 

Hemp, lOO-lb. lots, 4c. 

Rape, for birds 

Millet, native 

Carawaj'. 



...SO.O.'i 
.06 
.04 
.04 
.13 

Celery 18 

■ ■ ' " ... .30 

.06 
.10 
.08 
.17 
.11 
... 1.36 
... .06 



Anise, It;tlian. 

Flaxseed 

I'oppy 

Mustard, yellow. . 

Fennel 

Coriander 

Cardanion, No. 1. 
Suntlower Seed. . . 



Mixed Bird Seed. 

No. 7T1940 Hemp. Rape. Canary and Millet, 

mi.xed 1-pound packiiges. 60 pounds in" case. 

Price, per case, S3.40; per package 5c 

No. 7T1941 5-lb. Pasteboard Cartons, cuttle- 
bone in each pacUasre. 60 lbs. in case (12 5-lb. boxes). 
Price, per case. 8*3. 30; 5-pound box 23c 



Vnil PAN ^^'^^ more than enough on groceries 
I UU OMIi to pay the freight on a great big ortler. 



IWtATCHES, ETC. 

No. 7T1974 Parlor Matches, about 165 matches 
in slide box, 144 boxes in case. Per case 81.20 

No. 7T1976 Telegraph Matches, sulphur, '200 
matches in each box, 24 bo.xes in a wood caddy, 5 cad- 
dies in a rack, per rack, 81.50; per caddy 33c 

No. 7T197,7 Mascot Parlor Match, 65 matches in 
box. 144 boxes in tin can; absolutely safe and water- 
proof. Price, per can of 144 boxes 75c 

No. 7T1978 Italian Wax Matches, 50 m.atches in 
patent box; vest pocket size. Price, per case (144 
boxes). 81.60; per dozen boxes 15c 

No. 7T1979 Red Top Safety Match, 60 matches 
in box. 1 dozen boxes in package, 60 packa.ges (or 720 
boxes) in case. Per case, 83.00; per dozen packages 
(144 boxes). 70c; per package (1 dozen boxes) 8c 

No. 7T1981 Elazers' Anti-Wind Matches, 20 in 
box, 12 boxes in package. Per dozen packages.. .75c 

Per package 8c 

Stove Polish. 

No. 7T1995 Enamcline Stove Polish, applied 
with a cloth; no smell, no dust, quick and clean. 

Box Doz. Each 
5-cent size, 3 dozen in bo.x — 81.15 40c 4c 

10-cent size, 3 dozen in box 1.80 65c 7 c 

Enameline Liquid Stove Polish. 
No. 7T1996 Half pint screw top cans. Price, per 

dozen cans. 65c; per ^i-pint cans 6c 

No. 7T3000 Rising Sun Stove Polish, 10-cent size, 

pergross. 85.75; per dozen. 50c; each 6c 

No. 7T3001 Sun Paste Stove Polish, 5-eent size. 
Box, ^i-gross, 81.16; per dozen, 45c; each 4c 



S END 15 CENTS 

regnilarly. You will lind it pays to order all 
of your groceries from us. 



and receive our 
big: 3^ pas^ Kro- 
eery price list 



Cigars. 



Send for our Special Grocery List for full and 
complete line of domestic and imported cigars. 
snuOT, fine cut, plug and smoking toliaccos. 

SPECIAL NOTICE— If cigars are to be sent by 
mail WG make an extra charge for postage, as fol- 
lonrs: 

For box of 60, postage extra, per box, 18 cents. 

For box of 100, postage extra, per box, 34 cents. 

Seroco Stogies. 

N0.7T3178 Per 1.000 8 9.60 

Perboxofioo l.OO 

Pollack's Crown Stogies. 

No. 7T3181 Per 1.000 813.50 

Per box of 100 1.45 

Cheroots. 

No.7T3t84 Perl.OOO 813.60 

Per box of 100 1.36 

Lucke's Telescope Cigar. 

No. 7T3 1 85 Per 1.000 81 5.60 

Perboxofioo 1.70 

Lucke Rolled Cigar. 
No. 7T2186 The Lucke Rolled Cigar, packed.SO 

inabox. Per 1.0i«.l. 818.50; perlioxof,TO 81.0O 

If by mail, postage e.xtra, per box, 18 cents. 
No. 7'r2187 Del York. Per 1.000. 813, 50: per 

box of 50 70c 

If }iy mail, postage extra, per box, 1 8 cents. 
No. 7'r3188 MuyGracias. Per l.OOO, 813.75; per 

box of 50 ■i3c 

If by mall, postage extra, per box, 18 ceDt8* 

The Princess. 

No. 7T2313 The Princess. Per 1,000, 816.50; per 

box of 50 83c 

If by mail, postage extra, per hex, 18 cents. 

The Claudius Imperator. 

No. 7T3313 Tlie Claudius Imperator. Perl.OOO 

.«17.00: per box of .'.(1 90c 

If by naall, postage extra, per box, 18 cents. 

Nickel Leader. 

No. 7T3314 Nickel Leader. Per 1,000. 813.00: per 

boxof.W 63c 

If by mail, postage extra, per box. 18 cents. 

Navy Success Cigars. 

No. 7T3215 Navy Success Cigars. Per l.OflO. 

811.26; pcrl)oxrf.-0 68f 

If by naatl, postage e.xtra, per box, 18 cents. 

Lucke's Imports. 
No. 7T3216 Lucke's Imports. Price, per 1,000. 

839.00; per box of 50 81.60 

If by mail, postage extra, per bo.x, 18 cents, 

Lucke's Little Cigar, 
No. 7T2'.J'il Lucke's Little Cigar, Price per 

1,000, 814.50; per box of 50 90c 

If by mail, postage extra, per box, 13 cents. 

Brevos Esquisito Grande. 

No. 7T2233 Brevos Esquisito Grande. 4^4-incll, 
packed 50 in a box. two bundles. 25 cigars each, 
strictly hand made from the best Porto Biean to- 
bacco, medium colors; a rich lO-ccnt Havana smoke 
at a 5-cent price. Price, per 1,000. 835.00; per box 

Of50 ,81.80 

If by xuall, postage extra, per box, 18 cents. 

Cleopatra Cigars. 

No. 7T2223 Cleopatra Cigars. Price, per I.OOfi, 

833.00; per box of 50 81.65 

If by mail, postage extra, per box, 18 cents. 



Cinara Cigars. 

No. 7T3249 Cinara Cigars. Per l.OCiO. 830.00; 

pcrboxof50 81.55 

If by mail, postage extra, per box, 18 cents. 

Celebrated Yankee Squire Brand Cigar. 

No. 7T2*'50 Yankee St|uire Brand Cigar. Price, 

per I.OtKi, 823.36: per box of .50 81.36 

If by mail, postage extra, per bo.x, 18 cents. 

Plug Tobacco- 

S., R. & Co.'s Sweet Navy Tobacco. 




No. 7T3361 S., K. & Co.'s Sweet Navy Tobacco 

12-pounti butts, per pound 34c 

0- pound butts, per pound. 34c 

Less quantity, 16-ounce plug 36c 

Out of Sight Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T3363 Ont of Sight Plug Tobacco. 24- 
pound butts, per pound 34c 

13-pound butt.s. per pound 34c 

Less quantity. 1'2-ounoe plug 38c 

J. T. or Big Chunk Plug. 

No. 7T2266 J. T. or Big Chunk Ping. 21-pound 

butts, per pound 35c 

lOVi-iMmnd butts, per pound 36c 

Less quantity. 7-ounce plug 17c 

Boot Jack Plug. 

No. 7T3366 Boot Jack Tobacco, 4-pound butts, 

per pound 76c 

Less t|uantity,5S-ounce plug 27c 

Spear Head Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T3367 Spear Head PlugTobacco. 30-pound 

butts. p#r pound .' 4c 

18-pound butts, per pound 40c 

6-pound butts, per pound 40c 

l/ess iiuant.it y. Id-ouuce plug 41c 

Piper Heidsieck Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T2269 I'ipcr Heidsieck Plug Tobacco. 14- 
pound butts, per pound 60c 

7- pound Luitls. per pound 60c 

4-pound butts, per pound 60c 

Less <iuanttty. 5'-j -ounce plug 31c 

Old Honesty Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T'i271 Old Honesty Plug Tobacco. 15- 

pound bult.s, per pound 41c 

7v;-pound butts, per pound 41c 

Less quantity, 15-ounce plug %Zc 

Jolly Tar Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T3'-7 3 Jolly Tar Plug Tobacco. 16-pound 

butts, per pound 35c 

K- pound liutts, per pound 36c 

Less quantity. 4-ounce i)lug 9o 

Climax Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T3374 Climax I'Ing Tobacco. 24-pound 

butts, per pound 40c 

I"2- pound butts, per pound 40c 

li- pound liutts, per pound 40c 

Less quantity, ll!-ounce plug 

Plantation Twist. 

This is a natural leaf old 
time twist for ciicwing and 
smoking. P;iclced in 15-pound^ 
nails, 16 twists to tiie pound. 

No. 7T3275 Plantation 
Twist. Our price, full pail, per pound 

Less quantity, per pound 32c 

Star Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T3376 Star PlugTobacco. 24-pound butts, 

p« r i)ound 40c 

l2-poun(i butts, per ixiund 40c 

5-poui;d butts, per pound 40c 

Less quantity, 16-ounce plug 41c 

Mechanics' Delight Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T2277 Meclianic*'' Deliglit Plug Tobacco. 

10',i-poi.nd liutts, per pound 42c 

Less quantity. 5',)-ounce plug 15c 

Horse Shoe Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T227 8 Horse Siioe Ping Tobacco. 24-pound 

butts, per pound 40c 

1*2- pound butts, per pound 40c 

6-pound butts, per pound 40c 

Less quantity, 16-ounee plug 41c 

Honey Dip Twist Tobacco. 

No. 7T3380 Honey Dip T-.vist Tobacco. 10-pounil 

pails, per pound 40c 

5-pound drums, per pound 40c 

Less quantity, per pound 41c 



41c 




31c 



SEND US YOUR GROCERY ORDERS 

with the understanding that we will 
give you the benefit of the state of the 
market on the day your order is received, 
no matter if the market prices a'e way 
below these printed prices. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth. Chicago- CATALOGUE No. 112. 



23 



Standard Navy Plug Tobacco. 

Bo. 7T2381 standard Navy Plug Tobacco. 28- 
pound butts, per poimd 36c 

U-po»Dii butts, per pound 3oc 

Less quantity. 14-ouuee plug 34c 

Battle Ax Plug Tobacco. 

No. 7T3283 Battle Ax Plug. 28-pound butts, 

per pound 34c 

W-pound butts, per pound A*f 

less quantity. U-ounce plug 33c 

FINE CUT CHEWING TOBACCO. 

No. 7T3890 S., I{. & Co.'s Bed Rock. Our special 
price, in 10- pound pails, per pound 31c 

Ko. TTaaai S.,K.&Co.'8 Manila Girl. Ourspecial 
price, in in-pound iKiils. per pound 33c 

Ho, ITi'iU'i S.,B & Co.'s Beats All. Our special 
price, per pound. In 10-pound pails 3ftc 

No. 7T4a93 S., R. & Co.'s JIayllower. Our spe- 
cial price, per pound, in 10-pound pails 43c 

>o. 7T2294 S., B. & Co.'s Honey Uew. Our 
special price, per pound, in 10-pound pails- 44c 

No. 7T3395 S., R. & Co.'B Maple Leaf. Price, 
per pounil. in 10-pound pails.. 4yc 

No. 7T.iJ96 Sweet Burley Fine Cut. Price, per 
pound, in 5-pound pails or 1-pound drurus 44c 

No. 7T*'398 Sterling Fine Cut. Our price, 10- 
pound pail^. per pound 40c 

SMOKING TOBACCO. 

No. 7T2307 Big Havana. Price, full case of W 

pounds, per pound 37c 

Price, less quantity (six packages), per lb 28c 

No. 7T3308 Hard Times Sjnoking. Price, in lull 

case of ~0 pounds, per pound 36c 

Price, less quantity, per pound 37c 

No. 7T3309 Valley Smoker. Price, in fuU case. 

25 pounds, per pound 25c 

Price, less quantity, per pound. 36c 

No. 7T3310 Beck's Hunting Smoking Tobacco. 

Price, per pound, any quantity 33c 

No. 7T2313 Seroco Cigar Clippings. 

Price, per pound, any quantity 33c 

No. 7T3313 Sweet Clippings. Price, per pound. 

any quantity 35c 

No. 7T3314 Sweet Kentucky Smoking. Price. 

pet pound, any quantity 35c 

No. 7T3316 Flow Boy Smoking. Price, per 

Ijound, any quantity 36c 

No. 7T3317 Duke's Mixture. Price, If^-ounce 

packages, per pound 35c 

No. 7T3318 Briar Pipe Smoking. Per pound. 34c 
No. 7T3319 Corn Cake Smoking. Price, per 

pound (including pipe) 33c 

No. 7T3330 Yum Yum Smoking. Per pound, 36c 
N0.7T3333 Fashion Cat Plug Smoking. Price. 

per pound 37c 

No. 7T3330 Genuine Durham Bull. 

Price, 1-pound cloth bag's, per pound 52c 

Price. 15-pound cloth bags, per pound 56c 

Price, 3H-ounce cloth bags, per pound 57c 

Price, 1 s^-ounce cloth bags, per pound 59c 

Price, small 5-eent trial packages, each 4c 

No. 7T3335 Seal of North Carolina, Granulated. 

Price, l»3-ounoe cloth bags, per pound 57c 

Price, 31-ij-ounce cloth bags, per pound 55c 

Price, s-ounce cloth bags, per pound 46c 

Price, 1-pound wood drum* 44c 

No. 7T3339 Mall Pouch Smoking. Price, per 

pound 36c 

No. 7T2341 Sweet Tip Top Smoking. Per lb., 36c 
No. 7T2343 Old Tip Top Smoking. Per pound, 34c 
No. 7T2345 Badger Smoking. Per pound (8 or 

16-oz. packages) 30c 

No. 7T3346 Peerless Smoking. It is put up in 

pack.ages of either 1-lb., y.-lt3. orSS-oz.. as desired. 

Per pound 33c 

No. 7T2348 Seal of North Carolina Cut Plug. 

16-ounce wood drums, per pound 56c 

8 ounce wood drums, per pound 61c 

1% or 3S*-ounce pouches, per pound 65c 

No. 7T2349 Myrtle Navy Cut Plug. 3»^-ounce 

pouches, per pound 41c 

No. 7T3360 Golden Sceptre Smoking. 1-pound 

tins, pi'r pound... S0.98 

H-pound tins, per pound 1.05 

34-ounce tins, per pound 1.10 

I'i-ouuce tins, per pound 1.20 

SNUFF. „ , 

Per lb. 
No. 7T2352 Maccaboy, 2, 5 and 10-lt). jars..«0.50 

1-pound jars. 55 

No. 7T2353 Kappee, 2, 5 and 10-lb. jars 50 

1-pound jars -55 

No. 7T2354 Norrkoplng, 2, 5 and 10-lb. jars .50 

l-poundiars 55 

No. 7T2355 Garrett's Scotch Snuff, 1-oz. 
tins. Per dozen, 70c; each 06 

W., R. & Co.'s Improved Butter Color. 

No. 7T21S5 Large, SI.OO size, per bottle «Oc 

Medium, 50- cent size, per bottle 38c 

Small, 25-cent size, per bottle 18c 

Butter Paper. 

No. 7T3157 Manila Waied Butter Paper, grease 

proof. 12x18 inches. Per ream of 480 sheets.. .39c 
9x12 inches, per ream of 4.«0 sheets 14c 

Parchment Dairy Paper. 

C ut In the sizes as quoted and p;it up in packages 

of 1.000 sheets. 

No. 7T2169' Price. Price, 

Size 1,000 sheets 5,000 sheets 

6x6 S0.29 »1.40 

8x 8 58 2.83 

fix 9 78 , 3.74 

8x1! .81 3.92 

9x12 .88 4.25 

10x10 -91) 4.30 

12x12 l-!8 5.60 





KlROSENC 



Kerosene Oils. 

We sell Kerosene Oil in barrels or cans as (jnoted 
below. Barrels contain about r»2 giilhins. 

S., R. & Co.'s Special Family 
Kerosene Oil. 

A barr(*l of this oil containing 
52 gall<inH will cost you but 
#5.7 2 and the barrel is free. 

We ship the oil in either full 
Itarrelsof bi gallons or 10 gallon 
cans; when we ship the 10 gallon 
cans the can is extra, and while 
the can is a very desirable article 
to have, convenient in man.v 
respects about the farm and 
house, still it is ftir more econom- 
ical to bu.y the oil in full barrels. 
Our special prices are as follows: 

No. 30T2490 In full barrels of 
52 gallons: price.per galUm. ,11c 

No. 30T3491 Price for 10 gal- 
lon can. including the can free (can alone costs us 

50 cents) S1.75 

S., R. & Co.'s Family Safety Kerosene 
Oil. 

Guaranteed In any state; gives beautiful white 

light, l-'inest oil made. 
No. 30T2492 Piii-e for barrel, per gallon. ...llj^c 
No. 30T2493 Price for lO-K-ailon can, incluiling 

the can free (can alone costs us 50 cents) S1.80 

Stove Gasoline. 

No. 30T2512 Stove gasoline, 74 degrees, deodor- 
ized, barrels only. Price, per gallon 12c 

Engine Gasoline. 

No. 30T2513 Engine Gasoline. Barrels only. 
Price, per gallon 12c 





SPECIAL NOTICE, No. 30T2524 

We sell any quantity over one gallon, but 



Perfect Harness Oil. 

Cans an4l Half IJarreU Kxtra. 
FleaHe reati m|m-iUI notice. No. HOT2524. 
No. 30T'^554 Perfeet llarneHHOil St>. l,r:<jnlaiDS 
no acifl. Il preserves th<- It-atlicr ar:d keeps H pli- 
able. Price, ijer k'lil ion _ 30c 

S., R. &. Co.'s Harness Oil. 

Is guantiileefl e(|iial lo itnytlilnt; 
in the mark<*t for Koftejiint; and 
preHer\in}; the lirather, harneHn, 
et<'.. thniitfh it 1h Hold at a lower 
prlee than any other make. 

No. SoT'^filo riiit cans, per 
dozen. »l.ar.; each I'-ie 

No. 30T'-i57i Quart cans, per 
dozen, »*4.a5; each 2*ie 

No. 30T'^fi7'^ Gallon cans, per 
dozen. «r..oO: .;ach aOc 

No. 30T''i573 5-gallon cans, per 
can ... 

No. .'lOT'.i'iT* 10-pa!loii r-atis. jter ran 

Harness Dressing. 

No. aoT'Jj'VK''! Frank Miller n liarnens 
DreHMiiif;, for harness. «a*l(!le!?. fly 
nets. etc. OiveH a heautifnl liniHb« 
(loeM not lone its luster. LMrcctiODS 
fur use on every packajre. 

i'rice, quarts. S4e: pinl cans. each.l9o 

AVei^^lit about, pints. 1 pound; 
(juartH. '^'/^ pounds. 

Carriage Top Dressing. 

No. 30T3584 Frank Miller'n Urens- 

lug for l»ug"gy and carriage lops. Oives 
an elastic, durable, jet blaek water- 
proof kIo88. Can be easily used on 
the finest stock. Dlreclionson eachcan. 

Price, '2 pints, each 35o 

Price, pints, each 39c 

AVeiji^ht, about 1 pound. 

Acme Red Seal Carriage Top Dressing. 

No. 30T"^586 The best ever u&ed for 

preserving,' tups ol bugfiie^ an'! carriages. 

Gives an elej,'-ant gloss and makes the 

leather waterproof. Vj-pint cans. 

Weight, about ^ pound. 

Price, per 1-pint can 

AVelght, about 1% pounds 
Price, per 1 -quart can 





iOresSI|* 



uotliing: less than one fi:aIlon 
Barrels contain 52 gallons. 
No chargre for barrels when ordered in or- 
iginal barrels. 

On orders for less than barrel, we make 
the following charges for packages: 

So. 30T2624 H-barrel 81.00 

10-gallon jacket cans.. .55 
5-gallon .jacket cans. . .30 
3-frallon jacket cans.. .25 
2-gallon .iacket f.'ans.. .2.^ 
1-^allon Tin cans . — -lo 

Lard Oils. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. Please 
read special notice No. 30T2524. 

No. 30T2525 Extra Winter Strained 
Lard Oil, used e.ttensively by plumbers, 
brass spinners, etc. For al I kinds of lub- 
ricating- and for miners' lamps, railroad 
lanterns, etc. Per gallon 80c 

No. 30T2526 No. 1 Lard Oil, used for 
lubricating: and mi-xing. a very good oil, 
but not so white and clear as tlie winter 
strained. 

Per gallon 51c 

Neatsfoot Oils. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. Please Read Special 
Notice No. 30T2524. 

No. 30T2530 Pure Neatsfoot Oil. used in dress- 
ing leather, oiling guns, etc. We are headquarters 
and sell at right prices. Per gallon 78c 

No. 30T2531 Extra Neatsfoot Oil, commonly 
sold for purest. Per gallon 58c 

No. 30T2632 No. 1 Neatsfoot Oll.Pommonly sold 

for e.X'tra. Per gal Ion 50c 

Cylinder Oils. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. Please Read Special 

Notice No. 30T2624. 

No. 30T2540 Extra Value Cylinder, 
the very best cylinder oil; the jobbing 
price of tliis kind of oil in single b.arrel 
is 7.5 cents per gallon, and often times 
more money. Per gallon '. " 3Sc 

No. 30T2a41 Eclipse Cylinder Oil. 
630 degrees tire test, gravity 22. 

Per gallon 35c 

No. 30T2542 Eureka Cylinder. 
used for cylinders and heavy ma- 
chinery. Our price 32c 

No. 30T2543 Pure Natural W. Va. 
Lubricating Oil; the best below zero, will 
coldweather. I'ergallon 

Engine Oils. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. Please 

Read Special Notice No. 30T232.4. 

No. 30T2550 Dynamo Engine Oil. 

Per gallon 3.">»- 

No. 30T2551 No. 1 Red Engine Oil. 

Perga-llon 2^,- 

No. 30T25o2 No. 2 Engine Oil. 

Pergallon 20( 

Separator Oil. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra, Picas, • 
Read Special Notice No. 3<iT25i-l. 
No. 30T2553 Best Separator Oil. Per g.t!I,.r..2 7c 





I7o 

..23c 

42e 



Weight, about 2'4 pounds. 



n 



West's Carriage Top Dressing 

A top dressing that is second to none. 

An article that will dry in a few hours an i 
give the top a soft and glossy appearan-,- 
Will not crack or harden the finest leatdei 
or rubber top. If you have a top that loo!: - 
rusty a can of No. 1 will make it look like 
new. 

No. 30T2588 Price, No. 1, « pint -::.c 

No. 30T2589 Price, No. 3. 1 pint (iOc 

No. 30T2590 Price, No. 2. H pint 38c 

No. 30T2Syi Price, No. 4. 1 quart. 8«c 

Machine Oils. 

Cans anil Half Barrels Extra. Please 
read special notice No. 30T-'524. 

Per sal. 
No. 30T2580 Excelsior 

Machine Oil S0.21 

No. 30T2581 Summer Black 

Oil 13 

No. 30T2582 15 degrees 14 

No. 30T2383 Zero 15 

No. 30T2583 Castor. No. 3, 

for luoricating. etc I.IO 

No. 30T2586 Castor, lulnicating 27 

No. 30T258" Castor, machine 24 

No. 30T2588 Castor, machine Xo. 1 21 

Spirits Turpentine. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. 
Please read special notice No. 30T2524, 
No. 30T2589 Spirits Turpentine Market price. 

Cup Grease. Per Pail. 

No. 30T2590 10-lb. pails SI.OO 

2.i-lh. pail, hard or soft 2.25 

5n-lb. pail, hard or soft 4.11; 

Sewing Wachine Oil, Benzine, Turpen- 
tine, EtC.-In Botiies. 

Per Doz. Bottle. 
Sewing Machine Oil. 





No. 30T2603 

4-oz. bottle... 

2-oz. bottle 

No. 3OT3602 

2-oz. bottle 

No. 30T2608 



.S0.85 S0.09 



S-.veet Oil, 4-oI. bottle. 



.50 

I.IO 

.65 



.05 
.10 
.07 



Walrus Sewing Ma- 
chine Oil, 4-oz. tin caus.with oiler spout; 
best quality oil 90 -10 

Harvester Oil. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. 
Please read special notice No. 30T2524. 
For thrashing machines, windmills, iiarvesiers. 
mowers, and heavv farm machinery of all kinds, ia 
highly recommended bv tliose who have used it. 

No."30T2(>21 Bbls., 52 gals., per pal 26c 

We also furnish Harvester Oil in one quart tin 

cans. Per can *?-i^ 

Per dozen cans l.*5 

/ Mather Thousand Mile Axle Oil. 

J^ A pure lubricant, free from rosin or 

i^ A-i— S j grit, especially prepared for carriage 
;;nd waston axles. Especially adapted 
to our ilather l.OOO Mile A.\le. Gu,ar- 
anteed to run longerthan any other oil 
or grease made. 

.^ No. 30T2625 Price, per 'pint.. S0.2O 

Is No. 30T'-626 Price, per quart 30 

•^- _^^-^ Xo. 30T262 7 Price, pergallon 1.00 



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24 SEARS, ROEBUCK 4c CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



Coach Oil. 

NO.30T2630 QaartcaD8.doz.,S2.SO; each. 80.26 

Gallon cans, dozen, 87.50; each 65 

6-g^aLlon Jacket Can, per can !J.60 

Half barrel, 30 £;alloD8. per gallon 41 

Barrels, 53 galloDs, per gal Ion .39 

Linseed Oil. 

We will give our cub- 
tomers the benefit of the 
lowest market price. 

Cans and Half Barrels 
£xtra. 

Pleane read special notice 
No. 30T^524. 

No. 30T3641 Strictly I 
Pure Bulled Linseed Oil. 
Per gallon. ..Market Price ; 

Barrels contain 53 gallons; ^-barrels, 30 gallons^ 
and cans as wanted. 




ABOUT FREIGHT 

AND EXPRESS. 



IT IS SELDOM NECESSARY TO WRITE CS TO 
ASK WHAT THE FREIGHT OB EXPRESS 
WILL AMt)UNT TO. THE WEIGHT OF AL- 
MOST EVERY ITEM IS GIVEN UNDER THE 
DESCRIPTION. 

BY REFERRING TO y"" •■"° set the rate of 
Ol ncrc nnina hi freight and express to a 
BIfCC T Tn II point near you in your 
rAUCj I lull state, which tvill be almost, 
if not exactly, the same 
rate as to your nearest railroad station. From 
this you can calculate almost exactly what the 
freight or express will anaount to on any ship- 
ment to your town, and you will find it will 
anaount to next to nothing as compared to what 
you -will save in price. 



Boiled Java Oil. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. 
Please Read Special Notice No. 30T3S24. 
No. SOT^eso Use exactly the same as boUed lin- 
seed oil. Needs no drier. Dries in 24 Lours. 

Price, per gallon 35c 

This oil will not mix with white lead or zinc, only 
mineral paints for roug-h work, such as barns, 
fences, etc. 

Raw Java Oil. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. 
Please Read Special Notice No. 30T!!6S4. 
■iOT8651 Raw Java Oil. Use same as raw 
linsL. : Requires «5 per cent jjood drier. 

Price, per gallon 33c 

This oil will not mi,\ with white le<ad or zinc, only 
mineral paints for rough work, such as barns, 
fences, etc. 

Baltic Oil. 

Cans and Half Barrels Extra. 
Please Read Special Notice No. 30T3534. 
No. 30T3653 Baltic Oil. Use same as boiled 
Java. Adapted for all colors except white; ^ives 
white a creamy tint. Used by car and bridge paint- 
ers. Price, per gallon '.J9c 

This oil will not mix with white lead or zinc, only 
mineral paints for rough work, such as barns, 
fences, etc. 

Sperm Oil. 

No. 30T3653 Sperm Oil. Quart can 36c 

H-gallon can 45c 

1-gallon can 85c 

Signal Oil. 

No. 30T3654 Signal Oil. Expressly for lantern 
use. No charge for can. Per gallon can, 69c; per 
H-gallon can, 33c; per U -gal Ion can 18c 

Pine Tar. 

No. 30T2684 Genuine North 
Carolina Pine Tar, We furnish pine 
tar in barrels of 50-gallons each and 
in sealed tins as quoted below. We 
buy this tar direct, and you will find 
our prices tlje lowest. 
50-gaIlon barrel, per barrel .86.00 

yuart cans, per dozen l.oo 

yuart cans, each 10 

Half gallons, per dozen 3.00 

Half gallons, each 30 

Gallons, per dozen 3.00 

Gallons, each 38 

Coal Tar. 

No. 30T3685 Per barrel S5.B0 

1-gallon cans, per can .37 

Elastic Waterproof Cement. 



No. 30T3690 For repairing 
leaks on all kinds of roofs, gut- 
ters, eave troughs, etc. You can 
apply it yourself ,vith a putty 
knife or paddle; no tinner o'r 
roofer required. Where once 
applied it wjll stay The weather 
does not affect it and it will l;ist 
for j;ears. 

Price. 5-pound cans 6.'>i 

2-pound cans -iSt 




THIS NEW COMPLETE PAINT COLOR SAMPLE BOOK S!'p1!tPcVi?|g.'>'' 

WE WILL SEND OUR NEW COMPLETE PAINT SAMPLE 
BOOK, the most complete paint book ever 
issued, toany one who is interested, by mail, post- 
paid on application. Our pamt sample book, as 
illustrated, contains samples showing the actual 
color of every shade of paint and also full informa- 
tion regarding paint, how to calculate the quantity 
needed, what colors to select, trimmings, etc., will 
post you thoroughly on paint and painters' supplies, 
and will enable you to buy paint at the lowest pos- 
sible prices. 

WHILE YO U ARE PE RFECTLY SAFE J."„2?°1',"„1 



order selected from the list below, we know there 
are many who prefer to see the actual colors before 
ordering, and for those we issue our complete paint 
sample book in colors, and will send it free to any 
address on .-ipplication. 

OUR PAINT IS ALL GUARANTEED. J'estVa^n? 

it is possible to manufacture. Our prices of 45 
cents and upwards tor the best grade of paints are lower than you can get from any other concern. 

The freight rate on paints is very low. and you will find that after you have paid the freight, the saving 
will be enormous over regular retail prices. If you wish to see the actual samples of the paints, do not 
fail to send to us for this FREE PAINT COLOR SAMPLE BOOK. 




BEAR IN MIND ^oTbte't-hT nfT '" """"^ "'" 



of your l>uiUl 
Good paint is a 



ings, vehicles, inaplements, etc 
profitable investment. 

Ready Mixed Paints. 

Send for Illustrated Color Book and Hints on 
Selecting Colors of oar Seroco brand mixed paints. 

We fully guarantee our prepared paint to give 
better satisfaction as to durability and appearance 
than any paint mixed by h;ind. 

We guarantee every gallon to be full weight and 
measure, and to give perfect satisfaction if properly 
used. ;ind any failure to do so will be made good. 
Don't be afraid of these paints because the price 
is low. 

One gallon of this paint will cover (two coats) 
335 square feet of surface. 

Always order by color 
number as well as cata- 
logue number. 

No. 30T3693 
301 French Gray 
303 Lavender 
303 Straw 
'204 Pea Green 
305 Light Drab 
200 Canary 

307 Lemont Stone 

308 Pearl 
209 Beaver 

310 Pink 

311 Milwaukee Brick 

313 Quaker Drab 
813 Nile Green 

314 Olive Drab 
3 IS Cream 
316 Fawn 

217 Pure Blue 

218 Bunr 
319 Terra Cotta 

330 Apple Green 

331 Leather Brown 
322 Pure Gray 
223 Light Blue 
22 4 Maroon 

225 Bronze 

226 Willow Green 

Prices for above colors. 
1-quart cans 



HllfTG^ADE 



POINTS i 

RE/Oi'DY MIXED 




327 Drab 

328 Olive 

229 Red 

230 Brown 

231 French Yellow 
233 Lead 
235 Light Stone 
337 Dark Gray 

240 Yellow Stone 

241 Green Tint 
243 Light Siate 
344 Sky Blue 
346 Colonial Yellow 
350 Azure Blue 
IW Inside White 
OW Outside White 
BIk Black 

Each Gallon 
.80.38 

2-quart cans 63 

1-gallon cans 98 

.Vgal Ion buckets B0.95 

10-gallon kegs .93 

35-gallon half barrels .88 

50-gallon barrels .85 

Special Colors. l gal. 2qts. Iqt. 

333 Myrtle <;reen »1.«0 80.95 80.50 

334 Vermilion 3.35 1.20 .66 

236 Emerald Green 1.80 .96 .50 

247 Carmine 1.80 .96 .50 

Send for complete Paint Color Book. 

Ready Mixed Floor Paints. 

Made from the very best pig- 
ments, by the latest and most 
improved machinery. Abso- 
lutely the best floor paint 
I made: guaranteed to please or 
can be returned at our expense. 
Paint will dry in one nignt. 
No. 30T27 00 
S30 Leather 
5*0 Lead 
560 Maroon 
660 Oxide Red 
510 Yellow 670 French Gray 

530 Terra Cotta 580 Floor Yellow 

1 gallon, 98c; half gallon. 53c; 1 quart 88c 

Price for larger quantities same as Liquid House 
Paints. 

Roof, Fence and Barn Paint. 

Very dnraltlc mineral paints, finely ground and 
thinned with linseed oil. Colors: 
700 Oxide Red 730 YeUow 

710 Lead Color "40 Brown 

720 Drab 750 Maroon Gallon 

No. 30T3710 1-gallon cans 60c 

5-gallon kits 66c 

2o-gallon barrels 60c 

50-gallnn barrels ..' 46c 

Send for complete Paint Sample Book. 




Seroco Graphite-Creosote Paint. 

For Barns, Roofs, Iron Work, Etc. 
This paint is a new article on the market and we 
believe it to be tlie best barn paint obtainable. As 

a preservative it cannot be excelled and we recom- 
mend it in every way for shingles, tin or iron. root's, 
structural iron work, bridges, barns, elevators and 
posts or timbers to be put under ground. Creosote 
is acknowledged the best preserver of wood and 
graphite lias long been known to be the most dur- 
able pigment for a paint either above or under water, 
whether salt or fresh. It is spark proof and will 
resist fire, which makes it a valuable paint; also 
water and rustproof. Will stop leaks, prevent cor- 
rosion and is free from acids. One gallon covers 
about 300 square feet of tin. iron or any smooth sur- 
face, or 100 square feet of shingles and 150 square feet 
of canvas or felt. Put up in 1 gallon cans, 5-gallon 
kits, one-half barrels containing liOgallons, and bar- 
rels containing 50 gallons. Made in five shades. 
Color card mailed on application. 

360 Dark Red 363 Dark Lead 

361 Brown 364 Black 

362 Willow Green 

No. 30T2720 1-gallon cans, per gallon 70c 

5-gallon kits, per g:illon 65c 

'^-barrel. 30 gallons, per gallon "Sc 

l-barrel, 50 gallons, per gallon 53c 

Buggy Paints. 

No. 30T3770 Grouncl in the best 
coach varnish. Ready for use. Pre- ^. - — ^— 
pared expressly for painting buggies, fllGH GHAOE 



coaches, carriages, garden cnairs, set- 
tees, benches, etc. One coat will make 
a beautiful and durable hnish. No 
varnishing required. 
Give number of color. 



SEROCO 

Paints 

Buggypain^ 



600 Yellow 
610 Vermilion 
630 Light Wine 
630 Coach Green 
White 



640 Brewster Green 
660 Blue 
060 Wine Color 
670 Coach Black 

Each 



Quartcans 80.60 

Pint cans 30 

Half-pint cans 30 

Wagon Paint. 

No. 30T377 2 For wagons and farm machinery. 
Ready for use. Red. green, blue, black or yellow. 

Gallon cans 81.50 I Quartcans 80.46 

H-gallon cans 80 j Send for color card. 

Enamel Paint. 

No. 30T3780 In twelve beautiful and delicate 
shades adapted for general decorative porpoHes. 

Especially desirable for picture frames, chairs, 
tables, flower pots, wicker work and bric-a-brac. 
Dries bard in lorty-elght hours ivlth a very high 
luster. These goods are especially adapted for bi- 
cycles and come in the following shades: White, 
ultra blue, veriiiilion, rose, ivory, terra cotta, dark 
green, maroon, azure blue, (Jeep blue, yellow or 
black. Dozen Each 

V,-plntcans ..88.00 80.30 

1-pin t cans 40 

1-quart cans .76 

1-gallon cans 2.50 

Aluminum Enamel. 

No. 30T3781 Alutuinuui Enamel, finished with a 
beautiful aluminum silver white. Is very durable. 
The best on the market. Dozen Each 

J-pintcans 81.76 80.16 

;4-pinteans 2.40 .33 

Vi-pintcans 4.60 .40 

1-pintcans 7.35 .65 

Seroco Gloss Enamel for Interior Use. 

No. 30T2782 This enamel produces a beautiful 
luster on Avails, plastered or xvoo<i.and is a desir- 
able article for kitchens, (lining rooms, bed rooms 
and hospital w^ards, as it Is easily cleaned. This 
enamel will produce good results when applied by 
an^ careful, intelligent person. Interior enamel 
pamts have always been held at a high price and 
on ly a few could afford to use this paint ; but we bring 
it before the public at a slight advanceover the price 
of ordinary house paints and guarantee tne enamel 
to be the best. We furnish it in twelve shades, as 
follows: Pearl, light slate, cream, apple green, pea 
green, nlle green, light blue, dark blue. lavender, 
pink, lilac, carmine, also white ivory and black. 

H-pintcans 80.13 

1-pintcans 24 

1-quart cans 46 

H-gallon cans 78 

1-gallon cans 1.48 



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! Wire Screen Enamel. 

No. 30T2783 Green Wire Screen 
Enamel. Keady for use aud easily 
applied; does not clot; mosht'S of 
soreens, -and one coal, j;ivcs to old. 
rusty screous a rich, brilluuit and last- 
ing finish. 

Price, ^-pint cans, each lor 

Price, 1-plntcans, each — 30c 

Black Clant Iron and Roof Paint. 

No. SOTS'! 85 Black Giant Iron and Koof Paint 
cannot be excelled for general durability and pre- 
servative qualities. It is made especially for cover- 
ing all kinds of metal wtjrk, dries rapidly with a 
hard, glossy bla-ck finish, and is absolutely water and 
acid proof. This is a paint universally used by rail- 
roads ancl steamboat companies for smoke stacks, 
bridges, etc., and should not be confounded with 
cheap mineral or black paints. The best paint for 
iron work, all purposes. In black only. Will cover 
from 900 to 1,000 square feet of surface, smooth metal. 
per gallon, making it an economical paint to use. 

Price, l-galloncans SI. 00 

Price, 5-gallon jacket cans, per gallon 85 

Price, 10-gallou jacket cans, per gallon 80 

Price, 50-gallon barrel!, per gallon •tH 

C Stove Pipe Enamel. 

No. 30T''T86 G stove Pipe En- 
amel. Especially prepared for use 
on stove pipes, stoves, furnaces. 
f t, . .J grates, steam and water pipes, boil- 

ijj STOVE n" '- ers. smokestacks, garden tools, iron 
--*" fences, brackets.etc. One coat pro- 
duces a brilliant black finish ; very 
elastic. Will not crack, chip, peel or 
burn off. Ready for instant use. 
Price, '^J-pint cans. Weight, ?i- 

pound. Each 15c 

Price, 1-pint cans. Weight, Im- 
pounds. Each SO. 36 

Price, l-galloneans. Weight, -Ug pounds. Each, l.«0 
Bonnell's Nubian Iron Enamel. 

No. SOTS'* 87 Bonnell's Nubian Iron 
Enamel. When the enamel on iron 
mantels, fenders. Are fronts, regis- 
ters, locks, etc., has worn off and the 
bare Iron begins to show and to rust, 
a coat of this enamel will make it 
look like new. Steam and fras pipes, 
radiators, fire iron stands, coal buckets, 
stove pipes, sinks, ranges and any other iron ware 
which is liable to decay by rusting, may be beautified 
and made to last very much longer by a coating of 
Bonnell's Nubian Iron Enamel, Weight, %-pound. 

Price, per can, with brush 14c 

Pure French Ochre in Oil. 

No. 30T3793 Pure French Ochre in oil for prim- 
ing. Price, 100- pound kegs, per pound. 4c 

Price, ^.'i-pound kegs, per pound . ,, 

Price, r.2'/2-pouud kegs, per pound 

English Venetian Red in Oil. 

No. SOT'^'JOS English Venetian Ked, especially 
adapted for painting brick buildings 

Price, lOO- pound kegs, per pound 

Price, 25-pound kegs, per pound.. . . 
Price, 12>4-pound kegs, per pound.. . 

Zinc and Putty. 

No. S0T3'i'95 Pure Green .Seal French Zinc, in 

oil. VZ'A and 2o-pound cans. Price, per pound . . . 1 3>/4c 
No. 30'ra796 Pure Green .Seal French Zinc, in 

oil, 1 to 5 pound cans. Price, per pound. . — 15c 
No. SOT'3797 Zinc in Oil. American Snow White, 

13H and 25-pound pails. Price, per pound 7c 

Putty. 
No. 30T3'J98 Putty in bladders, 10 to 25 pounds. 
Price, per pound 354c 

White Lead. 

No. 30T2800 Standard White Lead in Oil; 

kegs 13'/i, 25, 50 or ion pounds. We do not recom- 
mend the use of this lead for other than Inside 

work. Price, per pound 4c 

No. 30T2803 Great Western White Lead inOil; 

a special grade of surprising quality. Kegs of 
12V4, 25. 50 or 100 pounds. Price, per pound 454c 

Seroco Brand Painter's White 1 ead in 
Oil. 

No. ;!0T2804 Guaranteed. Kegs of 12Vs. 25, 50 or 
lOOpourids. Price, per pound 5}^c 

No. .iUTSSOS Ked Seal, Sliipman, Southern 
Collier or Eckstein pure lead in oil. KcgsoflSH, 
25,5(1 nr 100 pounds. Price, per pound 6c 

Pure Colors in Oil. i-ib. .5-lb 
cans cans 
NO.3 0T3810 Drop 

Black S0.15S0.70 

No. 30T3812 Coach 

Black 15 .70 

No. SOT'iSlS Prussian 

Blue 

No. .iOT'J^l* Ultramarine Blue 

No. 30T'-2815 Italian Sienna, raw or 

Imrned 

No. 30T3816 Turkey Umber, raw or 

burned 

No. 30T3817 Van Dyke Brown 

No.30T'i8l8 Clirome Green 

No. 30T3819 Scarlet Vermilion 

No. 30T3830 Tuscan Red 

NO.S0T3831 Venetian Ked 

No. SOT3833 Indian Ked 

No. S0T383S Chrome Yellow 

NO.30T3834 Yellow Ochre 

No. 30T3825 Graining Colors (an- 
tique, mahog-any, cherry walnut 1154 .55 



Oil stains. 

No. 30T3840 Perfect Imitations of natural 
wood <-herry, rostnvood, maliogan,v, walnut, llgiit 
oak, aiiti<|ii4^ oak or fhirk <»ak. .Specially Intended 
for rellnishing w(W)d work in the Int.erlorof houses. 
('an lie applied to any surface. Klnishes without 
a gloss. 

I'l-ice. 'i-pints cans, per can SO. 17 



I'lic 



34 

.43 

.77 

1.40 



1-piiit cans, per can 

Price, l-(iuarl cans, per <'an 

Price, '/^-gallon cans, per can 

Price, i-gallon cans, per can 

Varnish Stains. 

No. S0T3841 Varnish Stains. Perfect Imita- 
tions of natural woods cherry, roHewoo<l, mahog- 
any, %valnut, light oak, antique oak, or dark ash, 

Specially intended for refinishing wood work and 
adapted for either houses or furniture. Finishes 
with a gloss. 

Price. W-pint cans, per can WO. 17 

Price, 1-plnt cans, per can ''24 

Price, l-(iuart e:i.ns, per can .4.3 

Price, ?4-gallon cans, per can 77 

Price, 1-gallon cans, per can 1.40 

Whiting. 

No. 30T3847 Bolted. Barrels of 300 pounds. 

Price, per pound Ic 

Price, in less quantities, per pound IJ^c 

Dry Colors. 

We handle only best qualities. Rbl. 

No. 30T3850 Kochelle Ochre, per lb. 

ton pounds »0.01>4 

NO.S0T3851 Yellow Ochre, 

■too pounds 01 

No. S0T3853 Italian Buff (light) 

500 pounds 01 

No. 30T3854 Imperial English 

Venetian Red, 338 pounds 01'4 

No. 30T3855 Snow White Wood 

Filler. 5.M1 pounds 01^ 

No. 30T2857 White Ochre, 550 

pounds 015^ 

No. 30T3858 Lampblack, Ger- 

mnntown. 80 pound 09 

No. 30T3859 Burnt Pmber, 350 

pounds 05 

No. 30T3860 Raw Umber, 350 

pounds. 05 

No. 30T3861 Burnt Sienna, 350 

08 

lied Lead O6I4 

Kaw Sienna 08 

Clironie Green, best 
Chrome Yellow.,.. 
_ French Gray or 

Slate, 400 pounds to barrel 01 

No. 30T3867 Ultramarine Blue. . .06 



pounds. 
No. 30T38G3 
No. 30T386:! 
No. 30T38K4 
No. 30T286.'5 
No. 30T286<i 



.4c 
.4c 



4c 
.4c 
.4c 



Per 

lb. 

S0.03 

.03 

.03 

.03 

.03 

.03 

.10 

.06 

.06 

.09 
.10 
.09 
.10 
.15 

.03 
.07 



Pint 
30c 




.36 


1.65 


.17 


•SO 


.13 


.55 


.13 


.55 


.13 


.55 


.14 


.65 


.18 


.85 


.16 


.75 


.08 


.35 


.14 


.65 


.18 


.85 


.08 


.35 



Aqua-Resco Washable Paint. 

No. S0T3869 Onl.v requires mi.Ying with cold 
water. Weatherproof, sanitary, tireproof. A dry 
powder. In white and various colors. 

A washable cold w.ater paint for the interior paint- 
ing of residences, and on account of its sanitary na- 
ture and fireproof qualities, it is admirably adapted 
for the exterior and interior painting of factories, 
warehouses, docks, public buildings, breweries, sta- 
bles, air shafts and court yiirds, and can be applied 
on sand finished walls, stone, brick or any solid 
surface. 

Aqua-Kesco as a weatherproof paint is nearly 
equal to oil paint at a fraction of the cost for all e.\- 
terior piiinting where oil paint liHS heretofore been 
used. When Aqua-Resco is applied to a solid surface 
it will not rub off or peel away, but forms a perma- 
nent finish which can be recoated from time to time 
when necessary. Tf applied as a primer for oil paint, 
one coat of Aqua-Resco will be found to cover 
equal to two coats of oil paint. Lime in walls will 
not destroy the Aqua-Resco colors, therefore no 
sizing of the surface is necessary. Aqua-Kesco is a 
su bstitute for oil paint, and should thus be used, and 
not as a calcimine. The average covering power of 
Aqua-Resco Paint is from 20 to 80 square feet, ac- 
cording to tlie surface t« be painted. Full directions 
with each packag'e. 
White. 

Bhls., .350 lbs., per lb S0.06 

Kegs, 100 lbs., per lb 07 

Kegs, 50 lbs., per lb 0~'A 

Kegs, 25 lbs., per lb 08 

Pkgs., 101bs.,perlb O854 

All Colors Except 411 and 413. 

Bbls., 8.50 lbs., per lb -0754 

Kegs, 100 lbs., per lb 08 

Kegs. 50 lbs., per lb 09 

Kegs, 2t lbs., per lb 0954 

Pkgs., 10 lbs., per lb 10 

No.s. ill and 413. 

Bbls.. 350 lbs., per lb 1054 

•II72 

13 

1354 

13 



Kegs. 100 lbs., per lb.. 
Kegs, 50 lbs., per lb. . 
Kegs, 25 lbs., per lb.. 
Pkgs., 10 lbs., per lb. 

Mexican Graphite Pipe Cement. 

Pipe Joint Compound. 
No. SOTS 871 For use In joints of radiators, 
steam and hot %vater apparatus, gas pipes in streets 
and buildings, for bolts or screws, and for general 
use of gas fitters, plumbers, engineers and ma- 
chinists. Mexican Pipe Joint Compound does not 
"set," and joints can remain for months and years 
and can then be easily removed, rendering unneces- 
sary the bracing of .ioints, couplings or tools. 

1 -pound cans. Price, each 'S? 

5 -pound cans. Price, each 95 

ISi^-pound cans. Price, each 2.15 

25 -pound cans. Price, each 4.20 



Pure Mexican Graphite Paint Paste. 

No. 30T2873 To 1254 pounds (1 gallon) paste, add 
:{ gallons l>olled oil, iitaklng 4 gallons Pure Mex- 
ican <;raplilte Paint, reaily for use. Will cover LOW 
square feet smooth metal iH;r gallon. Will not(;ra<k. 
blister or rx^el off; Is not affected by heat or cold, 
smoke, st<ram. moisture, acids, alkali or brine, or by 
climatic chaiu^es. For use on roofs, stacks, iKillers. 
!>rldges, structural Iron w<»rk of any kind. 'J'hK 
paint Is manufactured from pure grjLtihlU; and abso- 
lutely pure linseed oil. is a dark 8lat« color. 

5 -pound cans. Price, each »0.».'5 

12Vi-pound cans. Price, each 3.15 

25 -pound cans. Price, each 4.30 

Dry Graphite Plumbago. 

No. 30T3H75 For lul)rlcallng and painting pur- 
poses. .\ir llrjaled plumbago, per pound 8c 

Mexican Graphite Plumbago. 

No. 30T2K77 For foundrteg, stove polish and 
paints. Per pound 4c 

VARNISH DEPARTMENT. 

Our prices <jn varnishes, the same as on all kinds 
of paints, are tile very lowest consistent with good 
<|uallty. 

Acme Furniture Varnish. 

No. 30T29OO No. 1 Acme Furniture Varnish. 
You can use this vartdsh to brighten up any kind of 
old furniture; will dry hard over night and gives a 
fine luster. 

5 gallons 1 gallon H gallon Quart Pint 
*4.00 90c 50c 30c 20c 

Extra Acme Furniture Varnish. 

No. S0T2901 Extra Acme Furniture Varnish. 

This is used for the same purposes as our So. 1 Acme 
Furniture Varnish, but is a better quality. 
5 gallons 1 gallon Vt gallon Quart Pint 
»5.0O Sl.lO 60c 35c 26c 

Acme Interior Varnish. 
No. 30TS90'3 Acme Interior Varnish. An ex- 
cellent varnish, suitable for use on all kinds of fur- 
niture or any inside work; has a very heavy lK>dy, is 
light In color and dries in from ten to twelve hours. 
5 gallons 1 gallon H gallon Quart Pint 
S5.00 SI. 10 60c S5c 25c 

Extra Light Acme Interior Varnish. 

No. 30T2903 Extra Light Acme Interior Var- 
nish. Same as our Acme Interior, only a better 
quiLlity of goods, and especiall.v used where a fine, 
deep luster is desired. 

5 gallons 1 gallon Vs gallon Quart 
S6.50 SI. 40 75c 4Sc 

Acme Durable Floor Varnish. 

No. 3CT2904 Acme Duralde Floor Varnish. Is 

especially adapted for finishing floors, either hard- 
wood or painted; is very tough and elastic; will 
stand repeated washing and will not turn white. We 
claim it IS the best floor varnish on the market. 
5 gallons 1 gallon H gallon Quart Pint 
SIO.OO S2.10 SI. 15 65c 40c 

Acme Hard Oil Finish. 

No. 30T'3905 Acme Hard Oil Finish. This var- 
nish is intended for general Interior work; is easy 
working, light in color, will dry quickly and can be 
rubbed In forty-eight hours. 
5 gallons 1 gallon !-i-gallon Quart Pint 

S5.50 SI. 20 6.5c 40c 30c 

Acme Extra Light Hard Oil Finish. 

No. 30T2906 Acme Extra Light Hard OU Fin- 
ish. Same as our Acme Hard Oil Finish, only a bet- 
ter cjuality of goods. 
5 gallons 1 gallon ^i-gallon 

S6.50 SI. 40 75c 

White Varnish. 

No. 30T3907 Acme Pure Imported Damar Var- 
nish. This varnish is used on any article having a 
white enamel finish; is made from a fine quality of 
Damar gum; is heavy bodied and will dry well 
5 gallons 1 gallon H-gallon Quart 

«7 50 SI. 60 85c 50c 

Acme Liquid Wood Filler. 

No. 30T3908 Acme Liquid Wood Filler. A filler 

for close fiber woods; is transparent and does not 

need to be rubbed off; is equal to one coat of varnish.- 

5gaUons 1 gallon H-gallon Quart Pint 

S6.00 SI. 30 70c 40c 36c 

Acme Black Asphaltum. 

No. 30T2909 Acme Black Asphaltum. Can be 

used on castings of every description where a bright, 
quick drying black varnish Is required; is heavy 
bodied and dries very quickly. 

5 gallons 1 gallon 14-gallon Quart Pint 
i3.50 80c 45c 30c 30c 

Acme Extra Turpentine Japan Dryer. 

No. 30T3910 Acme Extra Turpentine .Japan 
Dryer. Is especially adapted for house paieter's 
use: is a strong, elastic dryer. 
5 gallons 1 gallon H-gallon Quart I mt 

%4.00 90c 50c SOc 20c 

Acme House Painters' Japan. 

No. 30T'i911 Acme House Painters' Japan. A 

.lapan used for drying and hardening paint. 

5 gallons 1 gallon ^-gallon Quart 

S3.00 "70c 40c 36c 

Acme Oil Shellac. 

No. 30T3913 Acme OH SheUac. For a first coat 
on new work; has good body and can be sandpa- 
pered in six .to seven hours. 
5 gallons 1 gallon H-gallon 

S6..50 SI. 40 75c 



Quart 
45c 



Pint 
30c 



Pint 
35c 



Quart 
4Sc 



Pint 
13c 



Pint 
SOc 



26 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



S., R. & CO.'S ACME CARRIAGE 
VARNISHES. 

Acme Wearing Body. 

No. SST2913 Acme Wearing Body. An elastic 
varnish, very durable and luis a liigh luster: pale in 
color. It is reliable and safe to use in the vvanuest 
and coldest weatlierw; sets slowly enoa^b to accom- 
plish stitisfactory results on the largest surfaces; 
dries dust tree in from 13 to 16 hours; will harden 
well in two to three days. 

1 gallon >.i gallon Quart Pint 

S3.00 »1.60 90c 65c 

Acme Medium Drying Body. 

No. 30T8914 Acme Medium Drying Body. For 

finishing when time will not permit the use of our 
best wearing body; also for under coats; it dries 
hard in from 36 to 4N hours. 

1 gallon ". gallon Quart Pint 

»2.75 SI. 50 85c 50c 

Acme Elastic Gear. 
No. 30T3915 Acme Kiastlc Gear. Used in finish- 
ing under parts and wheels; uniform in its working 
qualities; it acts in 8 to 8 houns and dries hard in 48 
hours. ^ 

1 gallon VJ gallon Qjiart Pint 

S3.85 S1.55 «5c 50c 

Acme Heavy Gear. 

No. 30T8O16 Acme Heavy Gear. Is a heavy 
bodied varnish; very durable and will dry over 
night ; is for one coat work. 

1 gallon V4 gallon Quart Pint 

$3.65 S11.45 80c 45c 

Acme Hard Rubbing Body. 

No. SOT'^HtT Acme Hard Rubbing Body. This 
varnish is m;ide from the best material, is light in 
color and u.sod for under coats for bodies and gear- 
ing; dries out of the way of dust in from s to 13 hours 
and will ru-b In four days without sweating. 
Igallon H gallon Quart Pint 

S3. 1.5 *1.50 85c 50c 

Acmo Medium Rubbing Body. 

No, 3013918 Acme Medium Rubbing Body. For 

undercoats of gearings and botiies; of a very tine 

quality. Dries quicker than our hard rubbing body. 

Igailon H-gallon Quart Pint 

S3.60 1*1.45 80c 60c 

Acme Quicl< Biack Rubbing. 

No. 3OT3910 .Vcme Quick Black Rubbing. 

Made from our Medium Rubbing Varnish and drop 
Slack. Will rub in two or three days without 
sweating. 

1 gallon H gallcHi Quart Pint 

»3.3r> «1.15 95c 60C 

Acme One-Coat Coach. 

No. 30T393O Acme <»ne-Coat Coach. When one 

coat is priicticiible, can be used for general carrhige 

' -l'. VVill dry out of the way of dust in about 13 

Is light colored and makes a, very fine finish, 

ami 13 very durable. 

Igallon ;,J g;illon Quart Pint 

83.50 Si. 45 80c 45c 

Acme Wagon and Implement Varnish. 

No. 30T393 1 Wagon and Implement Varnish. 

For agricultural implements. w;igons and general 
outside work. Light in color, he;i.vy bodied, has a 
fine luster, wears well, and will dry in from 10 to 13 
hours. 
1 gallo-i y, gallon (Juart Pint 

iSl.tJS «Oc 5(>c 30c 

Acme Japan Cold Size. 

No. 30T3933 .-Vcme .lapan Gold Size. A very 
superior dryer for binding, drying and hardening 
colors; is strong and light in color. We recommend 
its use in place of Japan for all good work, as it is 
far better in every respect. 

Igallon H gallon Quart Pint 

S3.35 «>1.30 <>5c 35c 

Acme Extra Coach Japan. 

No. 30T3923 Acme ICxtra Coach Japan. For 

drying and hardening paint. This .lapan ini.xes with 
oil and is in every respect a superior dryer. 
Igallon y. g;illon Quart Pint 

81.75 95c 60c 40c 

Class Cutters. 

NO.30T6527 RevolvingStecl ^r'»=T Wg , —' 

Wheel Glass Cutter, metal VUUIIP iililB"i 
handle polished and bronzed, e.\tra quality cutting 

wheel. Price,ca'b 4c 

No. 30T6528 Revolving 
Steel Wheel Glass Cutter, 
bronzed, with knife sharp- 
ener, corkscrew and can opener combined. 

Price, eacli **** 

No. 30T65:?8 A fine dur- " 

able Glass Cutter, with putty 
Ijnife on end. 

Price, each <c 

, No. 30T6533 Glass Cut- 

UAiiSJUmill'lii*'"""''* tcr. Damascus Coal Carbon 
Disc Wheel Glass Cutter. 
The finest revolving wheel ghiss cutter made,, rose- 
wood handle, solid .steel head. I'rii-c, v:icli 15c 

No. 3 O T 6 5 3 4 
G o o d e 11 ' s Im- 
proved Glass Cut- 
ters witli turret head. The cutters are carefully 
hardened ;nid ground by special process. Polished 
and nickel plated frame; turret head, six cutter 
wheels, which can be inst:intly revolved to place. 
Nickel plated ferrule, rosewood finish handle. 
Prioe, each 3<Sc 




suae? 

ru. 



© 



Glaziers' Diamonds. 

Our Glaziers' Diamonds are innde of the best 
quality g^euuine diamonds. The mountingfs are 
ni ade in the very 
bestpossible manner, 
highly finished and 
heavily nickel plated. We guarantee our diamonds 
to reset not less than fourtimes and give good sat- 
isfaction, provided they are sent to us to reset. 
NEVKR CUT TWICE IN THE SAME PLACE. 

No. 30T0535 Ebony Handle Keyed Diamond, 
for single thii_-k glass. Price, each S3. 65 

No. aoT«>538 The Standard Ebony Handle Keyed 
Diamond, for siug-lo thick g-lass. A good diamond 
for ordinary use. Price, each 1K2.90 

No, 30Tt>541 Cocoa Handle Keyed Diamond, tov 
single thick ^lass. A very cheap diamond wJien 
ciuality is considered. Price, eacii S3. 25 

No, 30T6543 Superior Cocoa Handle Keyed 
Diamond, A very fine diamond for general use. 
Will cut double strength glass. Price, each. . .S4.35 

No. 30T6546 SnakcTTood Handle Extra Superloi 
Keyed Diamond, Cuts anything except plate glass. 

Price, 'each S5.95 

No. 30TB549 Superior Cocoa Handle Keyed 
Plate tilass Diamond. A very superior cutter for 
general use. and will cut plate glass. Each SO. 00 

No,30T655 3 Snake wood Handle, Extra Superior 
Keyed Plate Glass Diamond. Cuts any kind of 
rough or polished ^)late glass. Dealers have always 
charged an exorbitant profit on this class of dia- 
monds, selling them as high as S20.O0. By con- 
tracting for a large number and selling them at our 
usual one small profit, we are able to make the price 
only »10.95 

Auy one can cut glass with this 
tool successfully. Genuine dia- 
mond, tlnished in the best manner 
and metal parts nickel plated. Hold 
the diamond, as shown in illustra- 
tion, against the ruler. Place it per- 
penili'-utarly on the glass, so it rests 
on the diamond and guide wheel, the 
wheel towards you. Press on it 
gradually, until it makes a singing 
sound, not a harsh noise. Draw over 
the glass slowly and uniformly. 
Never cut twice In the same place, 

No, 30T65 55 Ebony handle. Will 
cut single strength glass. Price, each 82.95 

No, HOT0556 Cocoa handle, Superior Diamond 
A very fine diamond for general use. will cut douhle 
strengih^lass. Price, each 84.35 

No. 30T655 7 Snakewood handle, extra Superior 
Diamond. Will cut anything excepting plate glass 

Price. v.icU 85.95 

*. « P*J*ty Knives. 

No.30T65ll''Putty Knife 
with stiir blade, sq u a r e 
point, cocobolo handle, lap bolster, strongly riveted. 
A superior tool. Weight, 4 ounces. Price, each 15r 

No, 30Tfi513 Putty Knife with spring blade, 
square point, cocobolo handle, lap bolster. Strongly 
riveted. Weiglit. 4 ounces. Price, each 15c 

No, 30T6516 l»utty Knife. 
with stiff blade, bevel point, 
cooobolo handle, hip bolster. A 
high grade knif<'. Weight. 4 ounces. Piiee. each. . 18c 

No. 30T«520 Putty Knife with spring blade, bevel 
point, cocobolo handle, lap bolster. Weight, 4 ounces. 

Price, each 18c 

Scraping Knife. 

^ No. 3 0T65 3 3 Scraping 
Knife. Best steel^blade, coco- 
bolo handle, lap' holster. 
Weight, 5 to 7 ounces each. 

Width of blade. Inches 2^ 3 ^H 4 

Price, each 35c 42c 48c 54c 

No. 30T«534 Wall 
Scraping Knife, stitf 
blade. 3-inch square 
]>oint. beech handles, 
hhipping weight. 7 
ounces. Each 12c 



No, 30TG5 35 Spatulas or Painters' Fallette 
Knives, lap bolstered cocoa handles. 





Length of blade, inches.. 
Price, each . 



4 
18c 




Patent Pending. 



8 10 

23c 38c 63c 

No. 30T6526 Perfec- 
tion Knife Grip. The 
invention of a practical 
paper hanger strength- 
_^^^,„ ens tlie blade. Easy on 
hand, will cut eight thicknesses of paper or shade 
cloth easier than a knife without the grip will cut 
one. It is made of aluminum, can n-^ver wear out. 
get out of order or break. Fits any knife. 

Price, each, without knife 26c 

No, 30T6529 Paper Hangers' Square Point But- 
ting Bnife. same as illustrated above, without 
grip, extra quality steel, wood handle. Shipping 

weight. 'A ounces. Price, each 20c 

No. :i0TG530 Paper Hangers' Kound Point But- 
ting Knife, best of steel, blade 3 inches long. 

F*1ce. each 20c 

No. 30T6531 Paper Hangers' Straight Edge, 
walnut and maple, made of a number of pieces to 
prevent warping, 7 feet long. Shipping j^^k 
weight. 4 nnunds. Price, each. Sl.OO ^ ^ 



No. S.ST'V'O Pi»per Hangers' Shears, 

with black japanned handles. Warranted. 

Whok- length, inches 12 

Lengt h of cut, inches 7 

Price 9~c 



14 
81.20 



BRUSHES. 



In our line of brushes listed below, we aim to 
quote Huch as are more commonly used* These 
goods are all of durable (luallty. 

Camel's Hair Brushes. 

NO.30TG5U0 Camel's 
Hair Lettering Pen- 
cils, rose bound, fine 
quality. Hair. 1 inch Ion . 

Sizes 13345(57M 

Price, eaeli 2c 5Jc 3c 3c 3c 3c 4c 4c 

Priee. per dozen. . . . 16c l»c 3 Ic 23c 35c 2«c 34c .J.s.,- 
No. 30TtiS(i3 Superflne (Quality Camel's Hair 
Lettering PencUs, red and green silk and silver 
binding. Hair, 1 inch long. 

yzes 12345678 

Each 3c 3c 3c 4c 6c 5c 6c 7c 

I'rice. |;erdozen.l9c 33c 38c 34c 44c 50c 56c 63c 

No. 3<1T6566 
I C a ni e 1 's Hair 
Striping Pencils. 
Kose bound, tine quality; liair. 2 inches long. 

Size 12a 45 BVs 

Price, each 3c 3c 3c 3c 4c 4c 5c 6e 

Price, per dozen. 19c 33c 36c 31c 38c 44c flOc 5tii- 

No. 30T6569 Camel's Hair Strlplnc Pencils. Red 
and green silli and silver binding-, superfine tiuality : 
liair. 2','i inches long. 

Size 12 345678 

Price, each 3c 3c 4c 5c 6c 'Jc 8c 9c 

Price, per dozen.... a4c30c38c48c 59c69c 81c91<' 

No. 30T6573 Camel's 
Hair Swan Quill Pencils ^ 
for lettering and strip- i 
ping. 

Size, inches H ii 1 

Price, each 5c 5c 6c 



jlBPWBH 



IX 

6c 



IH 15i 
6c 7c 



2 
7c 



8c 



pirdozen.4lc 44c 50c 66c 63c 69c 76c 81c 
No. 30T6576 Camel's 
"^'"'^'^B^iwMiii.i.iii i"'i'r Flat or Sword Strip- 
Jcrs. Sijuare ends, tin fer- 
rules without handle, for 
viurk. Hair, l',s to 2^i inches long. 




1 
6c 



2 



;5r 



3 

8c 
90c 



4 

9c 
9«c 



Mze 

Price, each 

Price, per dozen 63c 

No. 3 0T6578 
Camel's Hair Dag- 
ger Stripers. 
Diagonal ends, copper wire bound, small cedar han- 
dles, for carriage work. Hair, m to 2H Inches loii^' 

Size 12 3 4 

Price, each SO.ll SO. 13 »0.13 «o.l4 

Price, per dozen 1.13 1.35 1.46 i.5o 

No. 3OT05SI 



Ing Brushes. 

Size 

Price, each. 
Price, per dozen 



Polished hantlli-'S. 



Camel's Hair .Hark- 



4c 
38c 



4c 
40c 



Pru'c. per dozen £ 

No. 30T6683 Camel's Hair -. 
.actinerinu Itrushes. Pol- ^^ Wammmmm 
^lie{l handles, finequality, round. 

Size. ...^, 1 a '3 4 

Price, wich 4c 4c 4c 6c 



5c 
44c 



4 

5c 
50c 



i 6 
7c 9c 

Price, per dozen 34c ."JSc 44c 5Gc 7Gc 94c 

-^ No. 30T6;85 Camel's 

M M ^ S^^^^"gii=a^ Hair Lac<|uering Brushes. 
Polished handles, finequality. Hat. 

Size ?« y« ft Ji Tt 1 

Price, each Oc 7c 8<' SO. lO S>0.13 S0.I5 

I'rice. per dozen. 60c -3c 85c I.IO 1.33 L.^O 

Mottling Brushes. 

N<>.3I>T65;>0 PuiiCamers^ __^_— 

Hair .Mottling Itruslies or {;=i^|°l liijJ^SSIIlS 
Spalters. Short cedar han- 
dles, tin ferrules, finequality 

Size. Inches 1 1',, 2 2ii 3 

Price, each 14c 31c 28c 3«c SOC 

No. 30T6593 Color 
Brusll, same as .No. 
30T659O, brass hou?i I 
a thicker brush. 





Size, inclie; 
Price, each 



38g 



3Sc 



2/2 
5 6c 



3 
75c 




1 

I 9c 

_ ^Blenders 

No. 30TC596 Round 
Badger Hair Blenders or 
Softeners r4»r graining and 
oil paititing. polished handles. , 

Size 1 2 3 4 5 6 

Price, each 16c 19c S5c 34c 41c 47c I 

Size 7 8 9 10 U 12 ' 

Price, each 59c 66c 75c 94c SI. 13 1*1.38 

No. 3«>T6697 Flat 
Knotted Badger 
Hair Blenders, pol- 
ished handles, set 
in bone. 

Size. in. 2 2^- 3 3H 4 iV. 5 ftV< 6 
Each S0.63 .«"! .94 1.13 1.35 1.38 1.50 1.75 1.88 

Flowing Varnish Brushes. 

No. 30T66!>9 Uadgcr 
Hair Flowing Varnish 
Brushes, for fine var- 
nishing, carriages, 
pianos. etc. Singlethick. 
Chiseled. Tin ferrules. 

Size, inches 1 

Price, each 33c 

No. 30TC603 Fitch 
Flowing Varnish 
Brushes, superfine 
quality, single thick. 
Tin ferrules. ( 

Size, inches 1 IH 2 Z'i Ji 

Price, eairh l"**^ 23c 31c 39c 47o 




2V4 
56c 




SEA 3 , ROEBUCK 6t CO., Cheapest jiupp ly House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



27 



Vdinish Brushes. 




No. 30T«. - lat 

^Vaniisli nruMlieu, 

black liuutlltis, tiu 
ferrules. 

6o He 



3 
10c 






1 

I'rice. .-acli 3c 

No. 30T6010 
lixtra Flat Bristle ^ 
\ arnish Krusbi-s."^ 
double thick, L'liiiiL'si- 
bristles, s t a i ii e il l^- 
handles, tin ferrules 

Size, inches 1 IS 2 3Vi o 

Price, eai'h 5c 7c Oc lie 14c 

No. 30T6614 
Bristle Flowing 
Varnish Brushes, 
stained handles, 
with tiu ferrules, 
black Chinese bristles, chiseled 

Sb.e. inches 1 I': 

I'rice, each 6c iic 

No.3<>T6BH> .\n ex- 
tra fine, extra thick, 
soft elastic Chinese 
bristle (lowing var- 
nish brush. Some- 
thing for the painter who does i;t)Od work. 

SiziN inches 1 1'4 2 2V4 3 

Price, each 13c 19c 2Hc 38c 50c 

Davis Patent Wood Grainers. 

No. 30T(i624 The Davis 
Patent \Voo<l (Iralners, are 
composed of two rolls, G^ 
inches lo length and IJ^ Inches 
in diameter. The one which is 
corrugated can be used to imitate 
any khowu grrowth of wood. The 
other is used to reproduce 
growths of quartered oak. They 
are very easily handled, and re- 
i|uire but very little practice to 
laake one fully proficient in 
'■ their use. and with proper care, 
^i(,^ \ such as all tools require, they 
^KE*»j will last for years, as there Is 
^^' nothins togetoutotorder. Plain, 
simple directions pai'keil with each set. Weiijbt. 1^ 
ounces. Pri'e. per pair #3.00 

Steel Grainers. 

No. 30TU835 Taylors' Enjerlish 
Graining: Combs. Rest quality 
steel. in sets of IJ assorted. ] to 4 
Ini^hes, in tiu compartment case. 

Price, per set Sl.OO 

Marking Brushes. 




No. 30T6630 Bristle Marking 
Brushes, round p'jiished handles. 

Size 1 3 3 

Price, each 3e 3c 3c 

Price, per dozen. .. aoc 32c 35c 

Sash Tools. 

No. 30T6G31 Ex. E.X. 
FreD<-h Sash Tools. All 
flue white bristles, wire bound 

Size 1 3 3 4 5 6 

Price, ea. 3c 4c 5c 6c "c 8c 
Perdoz... .'.Oe .'STo 50c 6nc T5c 




10 



9c $0.10 $0.12 $0.14 
90c 9.«c 1-05 1.28 1.50 
No. 30T6634 Extra 
^Quality Flat Bristle 
Artists' Brushes or 
Fitch Tools, white bristles.blaek bandies, tin ferrules. 

Size, inches V. % 1 u^ IVJ 

Price, e.ach 5c 7c SO. 10 So.t4 so. 17 

Per dozen 43c 73c 1.05 1.50 1.87 

Paint Brushes. 

Length Given is Length of Bristles Clear of Bind- 
ing or Ferrule. 
NO.30T0G37 
Round Paint 
Brushes, wire N 
boun<l. white bris- t] 
ties outside, mixed '- 
renter. 

Size 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 

Lenpth. inches... 3 3Vi 3K Z% 4 414 
Price, each 23c 35c 38c 31c 38c 41c 

No. 30T6640 
Ro u n d Paint 
Brushes, wire 
bound. All best se- 
lected Russian 
bristles. 
4-0 5-0 

1.06 SI. 31 



1-0 2-0 
3?4 3 'I 
50c 63c 



3-0 
4'.i 
78c 



6-0 

4'i 

SI. 50 




.Size 

Length, inches 

Price, each. 

No. :S0TB643 Oval ig 
Paint Brushes, all 
white Russia bris- 
tles. Wire bound. 
A brush that will do a good iob and wear well. 

Size 1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 

Tjength, inches. 3>, 'i\ 4'« i\ i'% i% 

Price, each. 5:;c 69c 81c S1.13 .S1.38 81.50 

Oval Varnish Brushes. 

Length Given is Length of Bristles Clear of Bind- 
ing or Ferrule. 

NO.30T6647 Chiseled 
Oval A'arnlsh Brushes, 

very elastic; best select- 
ed black Chinese brig- 
ties; nickel plated rinars. 
2-1, 3-0 4-0 5-0 6-0 
2'^ 3 3 3H 3Vi 

41e 47r 53c C.'lc 75c 




Brushes. 




Wall 

L © n ;7 t li givt'n is 
length of l>rlstl<'s<'l<'ar 
of binding or ferrule. 

No. 3()T«(;30 Wall 
Brush. A good work- 
ing brush, all Chinese 
bi is: tes, tin ferrules. 
Ia ii^'lli, inches ... 

W'idlli, inches 

Price, (;ach 



NO.30T6064 Wall 
Brusii. All black 
Chinese bristU^s, 
solid center. This 
brush will do goofl 
woi'k, metal boun^l. 

3M 4 4K 5 

3 'iH 3H 314 

38c 60c 63c 7.''.c 

No. '3<tT6658 Extension Wall Brush, brass bound, 
white okatka bristles, full, stilf. springy stock. Our 
^tatidt rd brush for painters' use. 

Si/.e 6 

Witlth. Inches 3 

Length, bristles... 37a 

Price, each 69c 

Size. 10 

Width, inches 5 

Length, bristles... 3 

Price, each S1.68 

No.30T06(iI Stuc- 
co Paint Brushes. 
Full stock, no plug, 
very full and still'. 
extra long, and 
veiy best selectetl 
white Ilu s s 1 a n 
bristles, leather bound, 
and forstucco work. 

Sizes, inches...."... 3H 

Length, inches i¥. 



Plasterers' 
Brushes. 

r.f .30T6711 

'•■ll PlaHtererd' 

^^ ■ 




Size, inches 
Length, inches 
Price, each 




Used mostly by frescoers 



Price, each si. 00 

Calcimine 



4 
si. 35 



4H 
4', 

n.5o 



5 

4^8 

SI. 73 




Wid tli, inches 
Length, 



Brushes. 

Length given Is 
length of bristles 
clear of binding 
or ferrule. 

No. 3016668 Cal- 

cinilne Brush for 

common work, white 

casing, w i t h gray 

center. Metal bound. 

7 8 

3^ iH 

31c 38c 

White bristles. 



Ijeng*h, inches 
Pric" ei'cli 



Price, each 35c 

No. 30T6673 Calcimine Brush. 

Metal bound. Excellent quality. 

Size, inches 6 7 8 

Length Z% 3% 31^ 

Price, each 680 sic SI. 00 

No. 30T6675 Selected Russian AVhlto Bristles 

Calcimine Brushes. Brass bound. 

Size, inches, 7; lBngth,4?B. Price, each 81.69 

Size, inches. S; length, 4=8. Price, each 3.06 

No. 30TG080 

Neiv York Style 

Calcimine 

Brushes. E.xtra 

heavy. Specially 

>»'b'cted ICussian 

bristles, finest 

w o r k m a n s h i p. 

Metallound. WUl 

last a lifetime. 




.Size, inches, 7; length. S-'b 
Si7e inches, 8; length, 5'', 




Price, each 83. 00 

Price, each ,. 3.38 

Whitewash Brushes. 

No. 30T6685 Whitewash Brosh, 

white tampico stock (nota bristle in 
it). The stock is soft and white. 
.Metal bound. Used for whitewash- 
ing fences, out buildings, etc. 

6 7 8 

2H 3 3 

9c 10c 13o 

Whitewash Brush, all American 
A fair quality brush for corn- 
Width. 7^i inches; length 



11 ■lllllil 

Width inches. 
TiCrigtli. itirhe.s 
Price, each .... 
No. 3llT«l>«8 
bristle, white outside, 
nton work. Leatherbound 
of bristle. 3^9 inches. 

Price, each 35c 

No. 30T6693 Whitewash Brush, all white bris- 
tles; looks well and works well. Metal bound. 

Width, inches 7 8 9 

Length 25^ 3 3'i 

Price, each 31c 47c 63e 

No. 30T0695 Extension W^hitewash Brush, all 

white bristle. Metal bound. Exceedingly good value 

at the price. 

Width, inches, ,1; length, inches, 3^1. Each...S0.94 

Width, inches. 9; length, inches. 3'^. Each... 1.13 

No. 30T'>609 Whitewash Brush, all white Russia 

bristles; extension style. Metal bound. A brush 

that's used by many calclminers and whitewashers. 

Width, inches 8 Shi 

Length, inches m i% 

Price, each 81.69 83.07 

Stucco Whitewash Brush. 

No. 30T6704 Stucco Whitewash Brush. Wide 
and heavy for whitewashers' and plasterers' use. 
Made of the finest white Okatka bristles. Leatlier 
bound. 

Width, inches 9 9 9 

Length, inches 4S ^H ^% 

Price, each 82.63 83.37 S4.50 



2 

4 

83.33 





9 


10 


7", 


7 Si 


4?, 


4 '4 


81.80 


83.00 



Brush. All gray 
! bj;,l.',. Will hold lots of water, 
ir will and givo KUtlsfacdou- 
ii her bound. 

Slz,- 1 

Width, Inches ''/, 

Length, Inches 'd% 

Price, each 81.73 

Painters' Dusters. 



No. 30T0T~0 
Painters' l>iisterh. 

(iray bristle, blacl. 
outside. Raised 
center. 

Size 

Length, inches. .. 

Price, each 

Paperhangers' Brushes. 

No. 30T0734 Pap.^r- 
hangers' S in u o 1 1> < i. t.' 
Brush. Two rows sti 
< hinese bristles, 2S 
ini'hes long. W ire b«jund. 
Width, inches 10 13 
Price, each. .liOc 94c 

Paperhangers' Knotted Paste Brushes. 

No. 3(IT0735 The Best Brushes .'Mannfactared- 

Knots 8 

Width, inches 7i-4 

Length of bristles. Inches. 4!4 
Price, each S1.60 

Brick Liners. 

No. 30T672f) Br 

Liners, white bristles. 

Size, inches 2 2^ 

Price, each 6c 7c 

CLUE. 

No. 30T3565 High Grade Flake Cabinet Glne. 

Especially adapted for all the requirements of the 
woodworking trade. Will join oak and all other 
hard woods as well as soft wood. Also used for 
printers' rollers, emery wheels and sand belts ai -1 '^ 
a first class glue for cabinet makers. 

Price, per pound 33^ 

JSo. 30T3566 Flake Carpenters' Glue. ' A good 
glue for all around work and for general use by car- 
penters and others desiring a first class medium 
priced glue. Can be used for book binding, veneer- 
ing and on sand belts. Price, per pound... . 18c 

No. 30T3567 Calclminers' Glue is a white flake 
glue intended for calcimine only and is the very 
best glue made for that purpose. Price, per lb.. ..16c 

No. 30T3568 Special Glue, a flake glue suitable 
for use on soft wood and for book binding, paper 
boxes, veneering, sizing, calcimining and for all 
l.urposcs where a strictly high grade glue is not re- 
quired. Price, per pound 13c 

No. :!0T'J.^69 Ground Glne, is thesamestrength as 
No.:ai1'2 6:- but being ground is prepared for use very 
qui.Uly. Price, per pound i3b 



LePage's Liquid Ci' 

No. 34T983 LeP— . .; 

wa.ys ready for use. 





Size. 


y~ gill. 


Price, each 


J 3c 


Size, 


1 gill. 


Price, each . . . 


l.-ic 


Size, 


Vs pint. 


Price, each.. . 


. ■-'< c 


Size. 


1 pint. 


Price, ea.-h 


".li" 


Size, 


1 quart. 


Price. e;i.-l; 


< Oc 



Roofing Brushes. 

No. 35T303S RooHng Brush 

Mixed gray stock, 4 inches lung 
Wire bound. 

Knots 2 3 

Price, each ...38c 66c 

No. 35T3039 Roofing Brush 
of superior qualit}'. Gray mixed 
center, cased with black Chinese 
bristles. Wire bound. A brush 
that will do lots of work. 

Knots 3 3 4 

Price, each 63c 94cS1.19 

Clue Brushes. 

No. 30TG7 35 Glue Brushes. 
Made entirely of melal and 
tiristle and will stand the constant shrinking and 
swelling that glue brushes are subjected to. Iron 




handle, brass ferrule and all white bristle. 

.Size 2 4 

Length, inches 2% 3 

Price, each 33c 31c 

Furniture Polish. 
No. 30T3925 Furniture Polish. For cleaning 

and polishing all finished wood surfaces, furniture. 

pianos, store and office fixtures, carriages, bicvcles. 

etc. This is not a varnish, but a liquid for deJiuing 

and polishing varnished surfaces. We guarantee 

it to please j-ou for this purpose. 

Per dozen 

Price, ft-ounce bottles ;: 83. OO 

Price, le-ounce bottles 3.33 

Price, H-gal Ion cans 

Price, gallon cans 

Orange Shellac. 

No. 30T'^935'^ Orange Shellac. 

Price, i^er pint can 80.40 

Price, perquartcan 70 

Price, per H-gallon can 1.35 

Price, p'r gall. in cmi 3. Jo 



6 

3H 
47c 



r.:irh 

SO.-13 

.30 

1.3s 

3.00 



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SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. ||2. 



Wall Paper Department, 



Note Our Very Low Prices on Border Paper, 



WITH A VIEW "' placing onr cagtomers In a position where tliey can 
mill M llfcw j,„y „all paper in the very latest styles at the very lovrest 
prices, where they can buy the best paper in all the very latest 
colorings and designs, new for the season, direct from the factory at manufac- 
turers' prices, prices that barely cover the cost of miiterial and labor, with but 
our one small percentage of profit added, we have been attracted by several 
concerns that have grown large in the exclusive wall paper business, selling 
wall paper direct to wall paper hangers and to the consumer. We have known 
that their methods of handling were e.xpensive and they must necessarily 
get an abnormal profit, they must add to the cost of making and printing wall 
paper an excessive profit. We have therefore studied the wall paper question 
very carefully, we have investigated the possible sources of supply, the meth- 
ods employed by exclusive wall paper handlers and others in the buying and 
selling of wall paper, and we have found, as we expected, that wall paper is 
indeed generally sold at very large profits. With these facts before us we 
started out with a view of arranging for a source of supply, where the goods 
could be purchased in the very best qualities, in the very latest and handsom- 
est effects at the very minimum of cost, where all unnecessary running ex- 
penses were eliminated, and adding our one small percentage ot profit to this 
cost we call your attention to and offer you herein a line of wall papers in the 
very latest effects, the same styles and qualities as you will find in the best 
exclusive wall paper houses in this and other large cities, and yet we offer 
tliese goods at about one half the price charged by the retailer generally. 

DIRECT FROM THE MILL in buying waU paper from us you prac- 
mncm rnum inC miLLi tlcaUy buy it direct from the mill. We 

have made our arrangements for supply with a big wall paper manufacturer 
in this city. Taking our contract he has arranged his contract for materials, 
colors, etc., to accommodate our order. He has increased his facilities, and by 
materially increasing his output by reason of our order, he figures that he can 
reduce the cost of raanufai-ture, giving him an advantage on tlie goods he sells 
to the regular wholesale trade, and for this reason can alford to turn the paper 
over t.o us. what we require, at factory cost. We give you tlie benefit of this 
arrangement. We only asli you one snaall proiit above the actual cost to us. 

OUR GUARANTEE We guarantee the wall paper we advertise and sen 
wMii Mwnumi I ^i.i to be exactly as represented an<l to prove perfectly 

satisfactory, and if you order any wall paper from us. and you do not find it 
all and even more than you expect, and such value as you could not possibly 
get elsewhere, you can return it to us at our expense of freight charges botn 
ways and we will return your money. 

ABOUT THE WALL PAPER TRUST. Agreaterpart of the wan paper 

"***"* ' ■■■■■ iiwfcfc 1 wi fcn ■ iiww I ■ niaimfactnred In this country 

today is contrtdled 1»>- a conibinatiiiii whicli entleavors to fix prices that are 

out of reason. Wo wish to say that the mill that supplies us is not in the trust. 
There is no combination, no arrangement, no calculation for more profit than 
enough to pay for the making and our one small profit added. 
SAMPLES ^^ 's«»e a book of wall paper samples, a boolc contain- 
wwmr fcfcwi ing ^n „„r leaders, aU the new novelties, an the most de- 
sirable tilings in our line of wall papers. These samples are good size, 

_«— from which you can 

, \r-> V^^W^VI^' ■ -aSl select your paper just 
ej50 ^ UT/ff the same as if you were 

-^^^-f y\ \ / /*- in our store st'lecting 

t!ie paper from stock. 
'i'his boolc of samples 
will be mailed, post- 
it g e prepaid, upon 
application. If you 
uish to receive a 
lull line of sam- 
es of our best num- 
(Ts in wall paper for 
thisseason send forthis 
turn mail, together with 
will be surprised at the 




sample boolc ai'.d the Ixxik 
coni(tlete instructions on 



will 111- sent 
pa]jer hail;; 



you liy 



ViiU 



values represented in the samples contained in this book. 

OUR BIG WALL PAPER BOOK ^o" dealers, agents, canvassers. 
van piu WHLL rwrcn puu^ p^p^^ hangers, painters, contract- 

ORS. ETC. For the Ijenetit of people who deal in wall paper, for paper 
hangers, contractors, etc., and also for such of our customers as wish an ex- 
tra large line of big samples from which to make their selections, we issue this 
very large book of wall paper samples, a book 18 inches square and about 
114 Inches thick, containing an Immense line of the most staple and fancy 
wall papers, in all the new designs, all fully described and priced on each 
sample. As this book is a very large and expensive book to get np, one that 
Is made especially to Interest careful, close buying dealers, paper hangers, 
contr.actors. etc.. we require all applications for this big dealers' wall paper 
book to be accompanied by 25 cents. We ask 25 cents trom each applicant as an evi- 
dence of good faith and to help pay for cost of tlie book. We prepay the express on the book. 

TO PAPER HANGFRS I' you are a paper hanger you cannot afford to be 
■ w TMri-n iiHiiui-na. „it,,„m tjjig ^ig sample book. It shows the hand- 
somest line of wal 1 papers for this season and at prices much lower than you are 
now paying. With this big book of samplesyou can make closer prices on your 
work and bigger profits to yourself, for you will find our prices much lower 
than the prices you are now paying. This big book is issuecl especially in the 
interest of ^vail paper hangers. 

TO WALL PAPER DEALERS. I' y"u are a dealer in wall paper you cannot 
m WHLL THrLR ULHLtnj. afford to be without our dealers' big book, 

for the lino of samples cannot be equaled by any line you are now carrying. 
Vou will find our prices so much lower than the prices you are now paying 
that you can control the sale of wall paper in your section and still make 
more profit than you are now making. 

TO AGENTS AND CANVASSERS. }L^^"t^''°'" soliciting orders f„r 

wall paper in yoar section, do not fail 

to pend 25 cents for this dealers* bigr book. Vou will tiud the line handsomer 
and better thau the line you are showing- and the prices are very much lower. 
From our big book you can no doubt sell wall paper at what your paper now 
costs you and still make a handsome profit. 

TO CONTRACTORS, RENTAL AGENTS, PAINTERS AND OTHERS ^h° 

wall paper iu quantities, we es|ii'cialiy urj:etliat vou send L'.'i cents for the 
dealers' big book. Vou will be surprised at the prices and ,at the big line we 
show. You will fii^d that at our prices you can afford to repaper rooms that 
otherwise would not be papered. You will find the expense of re-papering 
will be very different fniiii what it would be at the price you are now paying. 

tliose who wish wall paper to 

redecorate rooms iu tlieir own 

homes. If j-ou simply wish to bn.v paper enough to repaper one. two or 



SPECIALLY TO OUR CUSTOMERS . 



three roomB in yonr own home, and wish to make a selection from our 
entire hne, one of the biggest assortments of wall paper shown by any maker 
of new p.atterns and designs for this season, and at prices very much lower 
than any other house can furnish, instead of sending for the small sample 
book, send us 25 cents for this our big dealers' book. 




liiiiHiiiPiniiiiiiiiiiiiill 

ilifli«»IS"'fillll«!llllill9 



fU^.. 



pfp^ „ ^^ 




THIS BIfi BOOK <^'*>^^*l measures 18xlK inches. 1^ feet square. Each 
I niij Will UVVI\ sample is 18 locties square. The book welfifhs about five 

pounds, is one of the largest and handsomest and most complete books of wall 
paper samples published. The lxx)k contains an immense line of all the very 
latest designs in handsome colorinjrs for this season; large samples of wall, 
border and ceiling papers for all purposes, for homes, bedrooms, diningr rooms, 
balls, kitchens, etc.. for public buildings, churches, schools, lialls. etc. Every- 
thing very complete and at prices heretofore unknown, prices much lower than 
ever before, prices less tlian dealers can buy elsewhere in any quantity. 
PCCADC ORDFRINfi ^^^H paper elsewhere. If yon wish the big: line, 
**^' ^^"^ Vimfcinnu ^vitli large samples IS inches square, one of the 
biggest bttoks published, send 3.5 cents for the dealers' hook. 

WHY WE RECOMMEND YOU TO SEND 25 CENTS I^mpie n'it.k.'ta {"h? 

small book it is impossible to give an idea of the haiidHonie tlenigns an<l 
pattern effects, especially of the larger patterns, nor does the small book 
contain samples of borders or ceilings; whereas if you send 25 cenis for the deal- 
ers' big l>ook, a book that contains samples IKxlH inches square, you can see 
the entire pattern, all the colorings an(i blendings. and the big book also con- 
tains samples of the borders and ceilings to match the side wait paper. 
ir Vnil WANT Tn K UnW i^»^ exactly the design. Just the size of the pat. 
ir lUU WMIll IU miUW ^.^^^ ^,| jj,^ colorings, etc.. if you wish to know 
Just wiiat kind of border and ceiling paper will be furnished to match the wall 
paper, we recommend by all means that you send 25 cents for the big book. 

TO REDUCE THE COST ^' **^^ 25*cent dealers* wall paper book to next 
m n^uwMfc infc w^t ^^ nothing:, we advist^ getting your neighbors inter- 
ested, one, two or even four or five, thus reducing the ci>st of the book to each 
one of you to but a few cents. 5 to 10 cents, and you will find you will save the 
cost of the book many times over on your first order for wall paper; besides 
you will have the s.atisf action of selecting from one of the largest books pub- 
lishctl. from an immense line of samples including samples of border and ceil- 
ing as well as side wall paptT. .-iamples IH inches square, from which you can 
see just what the patLt-ru and colorings are. 

SAMPLES NOT NECESSARY IN ORDERING. ?Znr?:\.rZl,%7r:;i 

experleiK't'ti Willi juipcr man, an expert in the selecting of harmonizing' 
stiades :in<i designs, an'l witliuut si-nding for samples, if you will select the 
paper wanted from the following illustrations and descriptions, and will tell 
us for what kind of rooms tlie paper is wanted, give us an idea of color and 
pattern, let us know the color of the carpet, furniture or otlier decorations of 
the room, we will give you the service of an expert di'signer :ind wall paper 
maker in selecting the most harmonizing wall paper for your want?. He will 
give you the best values In our house, and you will, we are sure, be better 
pleased with his selection than if you yourself were selecting: it from 
samples. All our old customers who have liought wall paper from us almost 
invariably leave the selecting of harmonizing shades and colorings to tla- 
expert in this department, and they tell us they get much better effects, and bel- 
ter satisfaction than when they themselves malie the selection from samples. 

RULES FOR MEASURING A ROOM. ;!'f''?h'rro*r.^,'7{.^e^'*"„?i'.?rp?;'^'; 

two; njultipiy tlie result by the height €>f the room in feet. To allow for 
doors and windows, multiply the height of each by the widtli; add same to- 
gether and deduct from amount. Then divide by »W^. The result is the num!>er 
of double rolls required for side walls. This rule makes all necessary allow- 
ance for waste and matching. 

FOR SIDE WALL. 

Example: Room 15 feet long. 12 feet 
wide, 9 feet high. One window, 6x4 



feet; one door. 
3i^x4 feet. 



1 window 6x4=24 

1 door 7x4= 3H 

1 window 3Hx4=U 

~66 



iXi feet; one window, 

15 plus 12x2=54x9=4^6 
66 
60)420 
Double rolls.. " 



FOR CEILING. 

The number of rolls required forceil- 
ingis ascertained the same way. divid- 
ing the number of square feet by 60. 

Room 15 feet long, 12 feet 



Kxample 

wide. 



15x12= 190 



tfO)lfiO 
Double roll* :t 



Wall paper weighs about 1*4 pounds per double roll. Always state what 
room paper is for. We do not trim wall paper because the edges beiPT ex- 
posed, if damaged in transit, would render perfect matching impossible. 

Our prices, unless otherwise stateil, are always for double rolls. Wall 
paper, unless otherwise specilied. Is sold only by the double roll. -All papers 
have borders antt ceilings to match. 



SEAI , ROE Bl . :K & CO., C heapest Su pply H ouse on Earth, Chicago. :;ATAL0CUE No.n2. 
This Wall Paper only 2 Cents Per Roll. 



39 



At 2 cents per single roll or 4 centH per double roll we offer this hand- 
some uiill paper in new desig^ns for this season, the ('(jual of wall napoc Mint 
st'llsai more than double the price; a bi^ iniprovt'ineiit over our last year's 
widely advertised 2H-oent paper, a reduction iti priee of Yz eeiit per single roll, 
and improved in quality, a handsomer and lictter pattern than over before. 
You should see the samples of the wall, border and ceiling paper of this 
numbertoappreciate the value we are giving, and we therefore ur^e that 
you send ^5 cents for the dealers' big book and get Lhest big IH-Inch bquart 
samples. 



r^.^ 














Our 



a LOtxi ttiis iUuslration, -how iiij; t ht- siilc mill paprr, tin h4»r(l* r and ceil- 
ing paper, you can got at least 8ome idea of the ell'eet brought out in this our 
Cheapest paper, our special 2-cent leader. "Wbile you can order direct from 
tbecatalogue illustrations and descriptions with every assurance that the 
paperwill be in every way satisfactory, we especially recommend that you 
send for our hook of samples, either 'sending; for the sample book or 35 
cents for the dealers' big book which gives samples of border, ceiling and wall 
paper, and shows you all the colors and pattern effect. To tliose who do not 
wiHh to wait to send for samples we will say this is a 9-ounce paper, with a 
lighten am ground, with handsome scroll and fretwork in terra cotta, with 
beautiful spray and bouquet effect in nile preen, brought out with nice mica and 
bronze effects. This paper has a 9-ineli bor<ier and ,a ceiling in very neat scroll 
effect in garnet anti turrjuoise blue on a light cream background. If you order 
from tiie catalogue without waiting for samples, we guarantee the paper to 
please you or we will return your money. 

Afe furnish this our specially advertised wall paper at the following: 
special prices: 

No.j30T3300 Price for side wall and ceiling paper, per sing-le roll 8c 

No. 30T3308 Price for side wall and ceiling paper, double roll 4c 

Jio.' 3ot:3304 Price for 9-inch border to match (4 yards for 1 cent), 

W '■ --yard 'Ac 

NOTE OUR LOW PRICE ON ALL BORDER PAPER. 

Our Special 9-Cent Wall Paper. 

The Price is Small But The Value is Surprisingly Cood, You 

Would Ordinarily Pay For Such a Paper 
^ 15 to 18 Cents. 



??-5-yS«5^aV;Wy;':;¥^^^^ 




From this illustration, engraved from a 
pliotos:rapli, slkowin^ the wall, border and 
eeilin;; paper, you can get some idea of the 
bcruuifiil effect brought out in this fine imi- 
tation of granite wall paper. It is a paper 
we offer at 9 cents per roll in competition 
with paper that sells generally at two to four 
times the price. This is one of the hand- 
sonaest imitations of granite made, a paper 
with a drab background, well covered, one 
tliat requires no matcliin^,,and is especially 
suitable for kitchens, dining rooms and bed- 
rooms. The border is 9 inches ^vide with 
a drab bacliground, with granite effect i)ro- 
duced by small designs in dark red and olive. 
Tlie ceiling is tan bacltground, dotted with 
white bright olive green and black. Tliis 
piper requires no matching in hang:ing, 
IS out of the latest styles and a combination 
ot sub wall, border and ceiling, which we can 
,;u II uitee to please. Yon can order this 
paper clirect from tlie cataloffue, with every 
issurince that it will be found entirely 
s 11 isf ictory, and our small sample book 
shows this paper up as well as the large book. 
Is thf le is no large pattern, but to get a large 
siiiiph otside wall, border and ceiling we 
would especially urge that you send 25 cents 
iortlu de.alers'"big book. You will be more 
th tn pleased with tlie line shown in this book. 

No. 30T3306 Price for side wall, double 
loll 9c 

No. 30T330S Price for ceiling to match, 
doubli roll ,..9c 

^o. 30T3310 Price for 9-inch border, per 
single yard 54" 

NOTE OUR LOW PRICE ON AXL 
BORDER PAPER. 



New 9-Cent Crean Tile 
Wall Paper. 

At Our 9-Cent Price, Dealers Can 

Buy From Us and Sell at a 

Nice Profit. 

Tlie illiiHtration sliowlnf; tlie wall, borrlcr 
an4l el'iliii;; paper will Klve you rtfiiiie Idea 
ol the haiitlsfiiite ell'ef;t hrou|;lit out In this, 
our new 9-ceiit paper. This Ih an entirely f, 
ne« deslffii for this season, a beautiful tile " 
pittern, in medium green ground with ma- 
roon outline and dark gieen Hller. This 
paper is especially desirable for halls, bath 
1 lotns. aiso for bedrooms. In tact, a gocxl all 
purpose wall paper. Our Hpeelal prlcre of 9 
lents per doable roll is aljoul om-half to 
iini Ihird the price asked by others. The 
sni ill sample book will (five you a fair idea of 
tliis paper, but In order to show the pattern 

li irly we give you a sample of both side 
w Ul. hcirder and celling, and we advise, In 
s iKJing for samples, that you send25 cents 
f 1 t lie dcaler.s' big book. You can, however, 

III r direct from the catalogue with every as- 
sui uicc that the paper will give perfect sat- 
isf I -tion.and if not, that you can return it 
to us and we will return your money. 

No. 30T3313 Price for side wall, double 
toll 9ci 

No. 30T3314 Price for ceiling, per doublet 
loll Set 

No. 30T3316 Price for 9-lnch border, perf 
single yard .Jj 

NOTE OUR LOW PRICE ON AIX 
BORDER PAPER. 




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CE IL. M r. I -' f- Jf^, r- ^^ 











Our 9-Ce nt Popular Home Paper. 



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For a rich, yet modest paper for the 
home, an all purpose paper for living 
rooms, etc., kitchen, dining room, library, 
parlors, bedrooms, halls, for an all purposf 
paper, in a neat new shade and new design, 
we offer this handsome paper, made on a 
French gray ground, at 9 cents per doable 
roll, in competition with paper that sells 
L'enerally for 2.3 cents and upwards. This 
paper is made on a dark French gray back- 
ground with beautiful festoons of daisies 
in a delicate shade of old rose, with green 
foliage. It has a 9-inch border to match, 
with very light nile green ground, with 
festoons of daisies and green foliage. ' ' 
same as in the side wall. The co' ■ ■ 
very nicely blended and graduate . ^ 

dark shade of French gray to a l.^,-.. nile 
^^reen at the top. The ceiling has background 
in a very light shade of nile green with 
c-lusters of daisies in a delicate shade of 
pink and white with green sprays. Our 
small sample book gives you a very 
;;ood idea of the side wall paper, although 
it will not show the whole pattern effect. 
The dealers' big 25-cent book will give you 
<t large sample of side wall, ceiling and 
border, but you can order direct from the 
catalogue without first writing for a sample, 
witii every assurance that the paper will 
please you in every way or we will imrf.' 
iliately return vour money. 

No. 30T3318" Price for side >•. : 

aimljlernll ' '.Oc 

No. 30T3319 Price f . eiilng, per 
doulileroli 9c 

No. 30T3330 Price for 9-inch border. 
per single yard J^c 




■£ ore br^ »' 



I c E I L I M c jj? ■ ji>f.- '^LL—^^2lSz 



Our New 9-Cent Turquoise Blue Combination 

Paper. 

Entirely New For This Season and 
a Handsome Design. 

From the illustration showing the side 
wall, border and celling paper you can 
get some idea of the pattern effect brought 
out in this new design. The paper is extra 
good weight. The colorings are the very 
bestandthe paper is offered at from one- 
half to one-third the price charged by 
dealers generally. It is a very rich tur- 
quoise blue combination, suitable espe- 
cially for halls, dining rooms, bedrooms, 
small stores, etc., and is brought out in a 
dark choke effect with light blue and silver 
scrolls. The border is 9 inches in width, 
blending harmoniously in colors with the 
side wall, while the ceiling is a handsome 
contrast in a much lighter shade with nile 
green background and very handsome sil- 
ver and dark blue scroll effects. The small 
sample I book ■will give you a good 
idea of the side wall paper, although the 
dealers', big 2o-cent book will be necessary 
to get a large sample of the side wall, ceil- 
ing and border. Many of our customers, 
however, order direct from our catalogue, 
knowing that thev will get just what they 
want, or we will immediately return their 
money. 

No. 30T3323 Price for side wall, per 
doubleroll 9c 

No. 30T3334: Price for ceiling, per 
doubleroll ^ 9c 

No. 30T3336 PFice for 9-iuch border, 
per single yard 5^c 

NOTE OFR LOW PRICE ON ALL 
BORDER PAPER. 




30 



SEARS, ROEBUCK «t CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE Nu.H2. 




Our 9-Cent Marie Antoinette 
Paper for Parlors. 

For a handsome, new^ stripe effect, in a 
ricii paper, at a low price, for parlors, bed- 
r joms, libraries, halls, iu fact, for an all pur- 
pose paper we especially recommend this new 
number. This is a Marie Antoinette stripe on 
I drab background. The flowers are treated 
in different shades of purple, producing- a 
\ ery dainty effect. 

Tlie great value of a striped pattern is to 
cliange the appearance of a room having a 
low ceiling, making it appear much higher. 
This is a very rich, dainty paper, and must 
be seen in the sample to be appreciated. The 
border is a handsom-e 9-inch border, the colors 
I lending perfectly with the side wall from a 
%iry light shade of cream to a soft drab, 
I i-autifuUy decorated with purple and green 
fli iral and striped effect. Theceilingis a very 
Ir^ht cream background with neat leaves of 
^ urn and purple rosebud effects. 

l-rom the sample book you can tell 
* \actly what the side wall paper will be; 

r you can order direct £fom the catalogue. 

it'h our guarantee tliat the paper will plea^*- 

Mu; or. from the dealers' big book, j'ou can 
I a good idea of the side wall, ceiling and 

)r(ler. 

No. 30T3338 Price for side wall paper. 

(■ r double roll ye 

No. 30T3330 Price for ceiling, per double 

,11 »c 

Price for 9-incb border, per 



No. 30T3333 
ngleyard ■•■j_ 



Our New Special 7-CentCilt Paper. 



Our9-Cent dimmer Terra 
Cotta. 

At 9 cents per double roll we offer this 
handsome new number, a heavy weight 
paper, a rich terra cotta background brought 
out with beautiful new shades of red and 
fe'reen finished in two handsome shades of 
(glimmer silver and nile green. This paper Is 
especially suitable for halls, dining rooms, 
bedrooms, churches, public rooms, etc. 
It has a very rich border in which the 
colors are handsomely blended. The ceil- 
ing has a background of very rich warm 
salmon shade, with very pretty designs 
in darlc red and green. The illustration 
^ives you an idea of the general ap- 
pearance of the side wall, border and 
•'ilirg effect, and from the small sample 
book j'ou can get a fair idea of the paper, 
but to see the whole design of the side 
wall, border and ceiling you should have our 
big 2o-cent dealers' book. Many of our cuh- 
tomers order without ftrst sending for 
samples, for they understand they get sui-h 
values as they could not possibly get else- 
where, and we guarantee the paper to please 
or we will immediately return your money. 

No. 30T3334 Price for side wall 
double roll. 

No. 30T3336 Price for Getting, per 
roll 

No. 30T3338 Price for 9-iuch border, per 
singie yard f^c 






Our Big: 12^ Cent Leader. 

At 12J4 cents per double roll for side wall 
and ceiling paper, and 1 cent per single 
■^ Vitrd for 18-luch border, we offer this as one 
I the biggest leaders iu our line, one of tlie 
iindsomest papers shown this season, a paper 
li'.' equal of anything you can buy from deal- 
l^ generally at 30 to 50 cents per roll. Tlils 
■^ a paper that must be seen to be appre- 
iated, and unfortunately the small sample 
Kiok (villnotdo it justice. To see the rich 
i)Httern effects the harmonizing colorings and 
design worked out in the big 18-inch border 
:ind the ceiling, you must have our dealers' 
^ l'ig35-cent book. You will surely save from 
=M , -'> to 30 cents on every roll of this paper you 
^ buy from us. Our special price of 12j^ cents 
per double roll barely covers the cost to 
manufacture with but one small percentag-e 
of profit added. It is the lowest price ever 
made on this grade of paper. The illustra- 
tion showing the side wall, border and ceiling 
will give you but a slight idea of the pattern 
or value of this paper, Tliis is a conventional 
design, on a very striking, rich Jacqueminot 
r<»se red colored background, with an un- 
der print of a corresponding shade of rose red. 
A very striking feature of this paper is the 
olaek and green scroll. The border is 18 inches 
wide. It is the same colors as the side wall, 
:ind gradually turns at the top to a very deli- 
cate straw shade, blending perfectly with the 
ceiling paper, which has a soft straw ground 
with very large outlined medallion scroll 
effect, the flower worked out in white, pink 
and green. 

This is an all purpose paper, suitable for 
parlors, libraries, dining rooms, halls, public 
l)uildingsof all kinds. It is one of the richest, 
handsomest, newest and best things in our line 
and one of our biggest leaders for this season. 
No. 30T3340 Price for side wall, per dou- 
ble roll 12^<- 

No. 30T3342 Price for ceiling paper, per 

double roll isj^*- 

No. 30T3344 Price for 18-inch border, per 
single yard Ic 




At 7 cents p«r double roll we offer this handsome gilt wall papor. A 
btantiful new pattern for this season in a cream ground with a beautiful 
s'M-. U ctfe'-t in two sliades of green, with gold outline, as the equal of wall 
paper thai sells everywhere at IJ cents to 25 cents a double roll. 

This, our special number, is entirely new for this season. It has a soft 
cream background with beautiful scrolls in two shades of green, with gold out- 
line. The 9-inch border to match is made in a similar design, tliough larger. 
The ceiling is a lighter tint, with much more delicate scroll work; tlie whole 
effecting a handsome combination, making a paper especially suitable for light 
parlors or bedrooms, also suitable for libraries, dining rooms, etc. It Is also 
e.'=;pecially recommended for hotels; It is, in fact, an all purpose gilt paper and 
offered at a price heretofore unknown. 

No. .30T3346 Trice for side wall paper, per double roll , 7c 

No. 30X3.148 Price for ceiling paper, per double roll "c 

No. 30T3350 Price for 9-lnch border, per single yard ^c 

Our Special ll-Cent Embossed Paper. 




For 11 cents per double roll we offer this ricli, embossed paper in au 
entirely new design for this season, In competition with wall paper which 
sells for from 25 cents to 50 cents per double roll. Our special price of 1 1 
cents for double roll barely covers the cost for material and labor, with bu* 
our one small percentage of profit added. I'nderstand, you can order direct 
from the catalogue descriptions, with our guarantee ;,hat the paper will pleas© 
you or your money will be immediately returned to you. or we will send you 
bur small sample book, showing samples of the side wall paper, or, on receipt 
of 25 cents we will send you the big dealers' book showing samples of this and 
our complete line of siue wall, ceiling and borders. This is one of the hand- 
somest new light shades for this season. It is an embossed paper made with 
a light green background, a beautiful scroll pattern printed with gold, silver 
nnd patent green bronzes. The celling paper is in a lighter shade with a 
- ery light green background, harmonizing perfectly with the wall and border. 
This handsome embossed gold, silver and bronze hnlshed paper Is especliill/ 
t uiiable for parlorr., libraries and bedrooms. It is, in fact, a handsome, 
delicate, al I purpose p.aper. suitable for almost any room in the home. 

No. 30T3353 Price for side wall, per double roll J J<-' 

No. 30T3364 TVii-e for coiling paper, per double roll *J" 

No. 30T335G Prico for (»-in('.b boracr, per single yard *< 



1-- 



SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO., Cheap est Supply House o> arth, Chica go. CATALOGUE No.l 12. 
22 Cents Buys a Regular 50-Cent Paper. 



Hi 










.n.mfTli to dei-oratf any ruum, such paper as will only be found in t 
;:i!,liionatjlo city stores, a paper that is oft^n furnished bv paper ha 
3iir,s ranging as high as 75 cents to Sl.OOper double roll. Our speci;il 



Price for side wall, per 

32c 

Price for ceiling, per dou- 

23c 

Price for 18-inch border. 



For 33 cents per double roll we offer this as one of the richest, heaviest, 
'" .,.V,'""°'i'!,.''?.'!''*'.'L'*'*P'^''''* "°,**'« market, a, paper rich enough and good 

the most 
angers at 

. , y ,,- ,, , , per doulile roll. Our speci;il price of 

.. rents lor double roll barely covers the cost of material and labor, with but 
™r one small percentage of profit added. Don't fall to send 25 cents for tJie 
Icalers big book it you think you will be interested in this, one of the richest 
wallpapers made. Ihe pattern is such that it can only be appreciated by 
;i« i'.^l'^i 3*^ sample in the dealers' big book, both a large sample of the heavy 
lis-ini.h border and the ceiling. No description we could offer would do tlifs 
•paper justice It is a paper that must be seen, e.xamined and compared with 
pafue wlfare*^ ivi^ *'"° **' *''^''® *'™^* *^^ ^"'^'^ "''' ^^'^ '° ^PPredate the 

W,^*"*'''^'" V'f "lustration we ha ve endeavored to give you just a little idea of 
..he style of this paper as shown in the side wall, border and ceiling. It is 
positively oneof the richest, handsomest and neatest things for this season, 
buch a paper as you C9uld not get from any other house The side wall is 
■Jlfi J:??™" '°°^l''®^'*'"' drawn on a rich heavy maroon background. Ithas 
ftil?^ i*" °"i" «en"^'', brought out by lighter shades of red, surrounded by a 
bleasmg combination of ditterent colored bronzes. The border is 18 inches 
Korriei il rieco^^'JSrT/! '''<:;'?'''"g softly into rich pink at the ton. The entire 
s?^„?L f. ?, ^''"'^ after the^ same style as the wall paper in lieavy colored 
flecnraf'pd\!iVS''hf '',?"'"''">"" ""^ ""^^ '■'''J'"*'' ^•"'='™ ceiling pa, jer, which is 
bffert? This u a v^rv^'i^h'""n'''' scroll work and gold bronze and green floral 
8irects. This IS a very rich all purpose paper. It is one of tlie richest uaners 

nd"i^s'nnrt1'c?in'°^ ^"T'i ^",'^' /""'"S '■°°°>S, pubUrbSndings of all'ifiSds' 

feor»l„?t,hi^"' w'^ adapted to lodge rooms, etc.; there is nothing that will be 
taore suitable. If you do not wish to wait to write for the big dealers' 36- 

tf,^L,?f°^^^^' ''".'"■ '^'■•'•"'*'"'<'° *>''■«<'* ^'O'" th« cataioBTTe and we will 
Tuaranteotho paper to please you or we will immediately return your money. 
•»• ^Z , , ^V >H~ T-J No. 30T3358 "-' - ' •> ■■ ■' 

double roll 

No. 30T3360 

bleroll 

No. 30T3363 
per single yard 3c 

Our Special 22-Cent Cold 
Finished Embossed Paper. 

This design is entirely new for this 
season, one of the richest shown by any wall 
paper maker. Our 22-cent price is about 
one-third the price charged by dealers gen- 
erally. This is a paper that sells every- 
where for from .TO cents to 75 cents per 
double roll. Nothing but a large sample 
will give you an idea of the colorings and 
pattern effect worked out in this new 
number. If you send us 36 cents for 
our dealers' big book, you will get a large 
sample of tlie wall paper, the 18-inch 
border and the ceiling from which to make 
a Sflectloii. Or you can send your order 
dire.-t from the catalogue with the under- 
standing that if the paper is not perfectly 
satisfactory, much greater value than you 
could get elsewhere, you can return it at 
our e.xpense and we will immediately return 
your money. The illustration gives you an 
idea of the beautiful pattern effect as 
worked out in the side wall, border .and ceil- 
ing. This is a new »nd handsome embossed 
floral paper on a delicate cream ground. The 
combination of rich colors and'bronze used 
in the new rococo scroll adds greatly to the 
pleasing effect. For a ricli paper for a 
parlor there is nothing nicer made. It is 
also suitable for libraries, dining rooms, 
halls and other rooms, and especially 
recommended as a very rich -gold bronze, 
floral embossed paper for parlors. 

No. 30T3364 Price for side wall, per 
double roll 33c 

No. 30T3366 Price for ceiling paper, per 
double roll 22c 

No. 30T3368 Price for IS-'inch ' border, 
per single yard 2c 




C 22-Cent Leader. 

The ill -atlon will give you Honte Idea of 
the hari, .l/.lng pattern <!irert wcjrked out 
in the w.-: ,, IH-lnch border and ceiling. This 
paper Is ;t French (fray ground with a ni-w 
(-TtM-n St lipe ellrct. It has amasslve rococo 
scr(jll simviunding.ant^mplregreen wreath. It 
islinisliid ill the s.ame designs as the wall pa- 
per, till- . ■,,!,, rings rnniiiDg froiu a rlrh r-mpiri- 
gn-cll 1'. -A. scift l:i,n, the wlioli- h.-uillsolni-ly liij- 

ished ill t'lilil, 'I'hi- ceilinfr paper is a rird i;in 
grounil with beam iful green, gold and floral 
siToll.'in.i wre;ii h designs. This paper Ise.H- 
peclally recoiiiiiii-ii(U-il f or large rooms, sui'li 
as churches, lodges, halls and other public 
places. It Is adapted for Tmima in hotels, etc. 

No. 30T3370 Price for side wall, per dou- 
ble roll 2J*c 

No. 30T33r8 Price for celling, per double 
roll '4)ic 

No. 30T3374 Price for is-lnch border,' per 
single yard 3c 

Our 20-Cent Embossed 
Bronzed Paper. 

At 20 cents per double roll we olTer this 
bronze paper. In an 
entirely new 
design for 
this si-ason 
as the equal 
o f p a |) e r 
that sells 
^■"eiierally at 
jii cents to 60 
'■cuts per 
double roll. 
Tile sample 
in the small 
book will 
g i v e yo u 
an idea of 
the coloring 
and (jualily, 
but to get 
the pattern 
and all the 
lesign in the 





side K'all, ceiling and heavy 1-in.h bordcryou 
should send 25 cents for the dealers' big iKXjk. 
Or, you can order direct from the catalogue 
description with ourguarantee tbatthe paner 
will please you and be found better than you 
can buy elsewhere at double the price, or we 
will Immediately return your money. 

In the illustration we simply give you i 
slight idea of the new, harmonizing pattern 
1-11 ("ct worked out in the side wall, border and 
celling. The paper must be seen, exan-i!i's< 
and compared with paper that sells at - 
the price to appreciate the value v 

Tills is a rich, embossed paper. . .-.ei. .n 
three shades of bronze with a moss green 
choke on an apple green ground. It is one of 
the richest colorings and handsomest designs 
in a new green sha:de that is shown this sea- 
.son. The border matches perfectly the side 
walls and ceiling, is also in three shades of 
bronze with moss green and apple green 
ground, the heavy green blending into a deli- 
cate light green. The ceiling is a beautiful 
liglit green, richly embossed, relieved bv a 
handsome medallion of green, white and gold. 
This paper is suitable for parlors, halls, libra- 
ries, in fact an y room where a ver y rich era- 



bussed gold linisli paper is wanted. 
No. 30T3383 .'^ide wall. perdouble roll. .20c 
No. 30T3384 Ceiling, perdouble roll... 20c 
No. 30T3386 18-inch border, single yard 2c 

Our Rich 22-Cent Tapestry 
Leader. 

At 32 cents per double roll wo offer a ._ 
tapestry wallpaper the equal of papers that Dli^ . 
sell generally at 60 cents to 76 cents per Nf >Kr 
double roll. This is one of the richest num- —■^''^'^ 
bers in our line, a paper you must see, e.xam- 
Ine and compare with other papers to appre- 
ciate the value we offer. A small sample, 
such as is furnished in our booklet, will 
give you but a slight idea of its appear- 
ance. To get the full pattern and samples of 
the border and ceiling as well, you shoubl 
send 25 cents for the dealers' big book, or 
order direct from the catalogue underour 
guarantee that the paper will prove entirely 
satisfact<iry or your money will be immedi- 
ately returned to you. 

In this illustration we have endeavored to 
give you some idea of the style of this pa- 
per, both the wall, border and ceiling, ami 
nothing but the big samples will show you the 
real value we furnish. This is a new tapestry 
design on a pure Vernon green background, 

the rich combination of maroon and old gold , 

colors in the .set figures produces a striking ITbohd e r 
effect. Tlie surrounding scroll is silver and ~ 
green bronze, affording a harmonious con- 
trast. Tills is one of the papers tiiat is be- 
ing offered by the most fashionable citv 
dealers, and such a paper as you will not flnil 
in country towns. The heavy 18-inch border ._ 
is decorated similar to the wall paper, with ife, 
very large free hand gold and silver scroll of- pj» 
fects, the colors running from a dark Vernon 
green to a soft shade of light nile. The ceil- 
ing is a rich light nile green, relieved by 
beautiful red, gold and silver scroll effects. 

No. 30T3388 Price for side wall, per dou- 
ble roll 22c 

No. 30T3390 Ceiling, per double roil ' /i-ic 

No. 30T3393 Price for 18-inch border per 
single yard 2c 




32 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



» 



WATCH, DIAMOND AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENTS. 

WE WANT YOUR ORDERS FOR EVERYTHING IN THE WATCH, DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LINE. 



WE CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION *<> o^r very complete llnes of watches. 
WK WM^^ OrsmM L mi I en I IWn Diamonds and Jewelry, goods that 
win appeal to the most refined taste. There is perhaps nootliBi- merchandise 
in whicli so mucli reliance must be placed upon the dealer. Ci)ntidence must 
be had when liuyinff watclies and Jewelry, and to inspire that degree of con- 
fidence in us 

WE GUARANTEE EVERY ITEM AS REPRESENTED OR WE 
WILL CHEERFULLY REFUND YOUR MONEY. 



we acknowledge no competition. Our 
watcli <tepartment is the largest and most 



IN WATCHES ESPECIALLY 

complete in the world, and 4mi' prices by reason of our purchasing power 

are tiie lowest of any. quality considered. 

SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S Special WatcU Movements are the perlec- 

JKMnj; nw^mtWIV W VV, J ,io„ ^r mechanical skill, made especially tor 
us after our own original design and in such large quantities that we get them 
at a price wliicli enables us to sell them to you at what other dealers very 
often ask for cheap and unreliable watches. 



TERMS. 



OUR GUARANTEE! ^'*'' "^^''^ S"'"* ""e<l. sUver or soUd 
^^wi« «i«««J-m<-«l« ■ ^^. gold watch we give a certitlcate of 
gaarantee. With gold filled watches the certificate guarantees thecase to wear 
and keepits color for two, five, ten. twenty or twenty-flvc years, and the move- 
ment to be an accurate timekeeper for five years. This guarantee is given in 
addition to tlie guarantee which is fitted in the back of the watch case. As to 
the value of our guaranty, we will refer you to the first page of this book under 
the head of OUK KELIABILITY. 

While nearly all of our customers send cash in full with 
their orders and we recommend sending cash in full with 
your order, for in this way you will save the small charge of ia to .ill cents that 
the e.xpress companies ask on O. O. D. shipments, for those who prefer this meth- 
od of shipping we make this special C. O. D. ofl'er: On receipt of 50 cents we 
^111 send any watch to any address by express C. O. D.. sub.ject to examina- 
tion. You can e.xamine the watch at your express office and if found perfectly 
satisfactory, exactly as represented, then pay the express agent our price and 
collection and express charges, less the 50 cents sent with the order. If the 
watch is unsatisfactory, return it to us and your 5(1 cents will be refunded. 
While we are perfectly willing to send any watch to.'Liiyone by express O. O. D.. 
subject to examination, on receipt of only 50 cent s deposit . we urge our custom- 
ers to send cash in full with their orders, always with the understanding and 
agreement that if the watch is not found perfectly satisfactory. It can he im- 
mediately returned to us and we will refund the money. 

tf^MD PRICES lu^^'atchesand Jewelry we buy EVERYTHING 
*^*"* ' ••■^'*"»*» direct from the manufacturers in large quanti- 
ties for spot cash. As we sell for cash, having no bad debts, we are satisfied 
to sell at prices wliieli the retailer pays, and, on a large per cent of goods, for 
much less money. , 

MAIL SHIPMENTS ^^ recommend sending Jewelrj, 
""*'^ Oni|-|TIKl»IO. Watches, etc., by mail, as it Is per- 
fectly safeand farthecheapest. Postage is 1 cent per ounce. A watch packed 
for shipment weighs from 6 to S ounces; chains, rings and other small articles 
of jewelry about 2 ounces. Packages amounting to SI. 00 or over should be 
registered, which costs 8 cents extra, as this is the safest method. Be sure to 
send enough for post.age. and if any balance remains we will return it to you. 
WBBKOe OumuPlklVC 25 cents win carry any watch 

EXPRESS SHIPMENTS. *» ""y p"" "f *»»« united 

States by express. 
We sell our watches only In the combinations quoted In 
||)J(/ I ICEa **"^ cataloffue and will only supply the case and move- 
ments as quoted under each watch. 



REGARDING ENGRAVINGS 
ON WATCH CASES. 



P|\|^D A\#ll\l^ Cash iu full must accompany all orders when 
^■■^^■*'* • ■■■**■ goods are marked with engraving. We charge 

for eii;;ravlng in script on jewelry, watches, etc., 2!4 cents per letter; in old 

English, small, 5 cents per letter; small script monograms on jewelry, etc., from 
35 to 7") cents. In writing orders when goods are to be engraved, write or draw 
plain letters, so as to avoid mistakes. We cannot exchange goods after they 
nave been engraved. 

It sometimes happens 
that we are oat of the 
exact engraving on watch case or- 
dered, but we aim to carry exact de- 
signs. When the exact en<;rri viiip- cannot be had. we always have a very simi- 
lar one. wliicli \vc will t:ikc tht.- lilterty of sending rather than delay your order. 
It beinff uinlcrstvuxt, joii can return same if not perfectly satistieu. 

UfATCH REPAIPINCl ^^® ^^"-^ * thorouglily equipped 
•"^ ■ \^i» r%^|-»%IIAII«^i«> mechanical department, which is 

fitted with all of the latest tools and appliances for the repairing of all kinds 
of watches. We have a large force of thoroughly skilled watelnnakers under the 
supervision of a very competent foreman, and any watch sent to us for repairs 
will receive very careful and prompt attention. Our charges are about one- 
half wliat is usually charged liy tlie retail dealers, but the work will be done in 
a very superior manner. We cannot give an accurate estimate of the cost of 
repairs without a thorougli examination. Our charges are merely enough to 
cover cost of material and labor. None but a thoroughly competent watch- 
maker should ever take a watch to pieces, for the chances are that he will ruin it. 
In sending a watch for repairing be sure to send it by registered mall; mark on 
theoutsitieof the packagejfour name and addres.s. and write us at the same time 
tliat you have done so. giving full explanation regarding trouble with watch, 
ppUCUPCD tliat your watch should not run longer tlian one and one- 
JlfclTlfaniPCn half years without having the old oil cleaned oft* and fresh 
oil applied. This must be done at the expense 
of the purchaser. Our charge for cleaning and 
oiling a watch is 75 cents. The regular retail 
price is SI. 50. 

THIS FINE WATCH BOX FOR 25 CENTS. 

No. 4T1470 This picture, made from a photo- 
grapli, shows one of our flne silk plush lined and 
covered watch boxes that we supply for 25 cents 
extra with any watch puchased or us. This price 
is actual cost. AVe carry them to accommodate 
customers only. 

No. 4T1-470 Price, each 35c 

YOU CAN MAKE MONEY SELLING WATCHES, ETC., Jr^'^in? ';n?n *'*''' '"Y '*'«V' ^r. ***^, ^^""^ "'' *^'" T'TJ *''*" "r "^L^^T ^j»;» ««"«»? 

— — ' " from 30 to 100 per cent profit and has large expenses in the way of rent, clerk liire, f uel^ 

light, etc., you can readily see that you c ould undersell him an<l still make a handsome pr€>ht for yourself. 

A GOOD CHANGE TO MAKE MONEY ^^^^^^^^^ 

WITH A VERY SMALL INVESTMENT. 

YOU CAN BECOME A WIRE ARTIST AND MAKE RINGS, PROOCHES. BRACELETS, ETC.. WITH VERY LITTLE PRACTICE, 
AND SELL THESE ITEMS AT A PROFIT OF NO LESS THAN 300 PER CENT. 

AT $1.98 WE WILL START YOU IN BUSINESS. 

^CUn lie C!t QD and we will ship yoo by express our entire Wire Worlcers' Outfit, exactly as UluM- 
<»unw v« .iHiJW trated. This outfit consists of the foUowing Items: 

1 pair .Snipe Nose Pliers. 1 pair Ronnd Nose Pliers. 1 pair .Side Cutting Pliers. 

1 File with Handle. 1 ounce Gold Plated Wire. (H-ounce round and ^-ouni.'e square). 

J4-Gross Plated Washers, assorted. 1 Lot Assorted Shells. 2 Sample Names. 

Follow the principle used In mailing these names and you wiU linow the entire art. 

1 Drill (not sliown in 11 Lustration). 




N0.4T1400 Price (Shipping weight about 4 to 5 pounds). 

Order Ijy Number, 



$1.98 



No. 
No. 
No. 

No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



4T1403 
4T1404 
4TJ406 
4T1408 
4T1410 
4T1413 
4T1414 



PRICES OF GOLD PLATED WIRE AND WIRE WORKERS' MATERIAL. 



I'rice, per ounce. 
i'rice, per ounce. 
Price, i)er ounce. 
Price, per ounce. 
Price, per ounce. 
Price, per ounce.. 




b. 



1st quality round wire. Sizes, 16 tt) '^1 gauge. 
2<i quality round wire. .Sizes, 1<> to Ji 1 gauge. 
3d quality round wire. Sizes, 1 6 to '^1 gauge. 
1st quality square wire. Sizes, IS to a a gauge, 
ad quality square wire. Sizes, 18 to 23 gauge, 
3d quality square wire. Sizes, 18 to 22 gauge. 
Solid Silver wire. Sizes, 16 to 31 gauge. Price, peroun 

No. 4T1416 Solid Gold wire, 8-karat. Sizes, 16 to 

31 gauge. Price, ptT pennyweight 50c 

No. 4T1418 Solid Guid SVire. lll-ltarat. Sizes, 16 to 

31 gauge. Price, piT penny weight 60c 

No. 4T1430 Solid Gold Wire. 14-karat. Sizes, 16 to 

31 gauge. Price, per pennyweight 80c 

No. 4T1432 Jump Rings. 1 gross assorted sizes. 

Price, per gross 13c 

No. 4T1434 Soarf Pin Backs, for mounting quartz, 

etc. Price, per dozen 45c 

No. 4T1436 Pin Tongs, for repairing brooches, as- 
sorted. Price, per gross 60c 

No. 4T1438 Gold Plated Swivels. Gents' size. Price, 

per dozen, 45c; each 5c 

No. 4T1430 Gold Filled Swivels. Gents' size. Price, 

per dozen, » 1 .50 ; each 15c 

No. 4T1433 Gold Plated Swivels. Ladies' size. Price, 

per dozen, 45c; each ; 6c 

No. 4T1434 Gold Filled Swivels. Ladies' size. Price, 

per dozen, S1.50; each 15c 

Gold Filled Bars. Gents' size. Price, per dozen, Sl.OO; each 10c 

Gold Filled Hars. Ladies' size. Price, per dozen. .75; each 10c 

Gold I'iated Bars. Gents' size. Price, per dozen, .35; each 5c 

Gold Plated Bars. Ladies' size. Price, per dozen, .35: each 5c 

Gold Plated Toggles. Lad*es' or Gents' size. Price, per dozen, 30c; each 5c 

" '■"""■' ■ ' Price, per dozen, *1. 00; each.. 10c 

Price, per dozen 76c 



Wire. 
No. 4T1403 to No. 4T1430. 

No. 4T1436 

No. 4T1438 

No. 4T1440 

No. 4T1443 

No. 4T1444 

No. 4T1 446 Gold Filled Toggles. Ladies' or Geats' size 

No. 4T1447 Gold Filled Dumbbell Pattern Batt'un Backs 




No. 4T1 448 Gold Plated Button Backs. Per dozen . . 

No. 4T144i> Gold FlUed Button Backs. Price, per 
dozen 

No. 4T14SO Gold Plated Stnd Backs. Price, per dozen 

N0.4T1451 Gold Filled Stnd Backs. Price, per dozen. . 

No. 4T1453 Gold Plated Scarf Pin Backs. Price, 
per dozen 

No. 4T14S3 Gold Filled Scarf Pin Backs. Price, per 
dozen 



No. 4T1454 
No. 4T'456 

per ounce 

No. 4T1467 Soft Solder. 

No. 4T1458 

No. 4T145» 

No. 4TI460 

No. 4T1461 

No. 4T1462 



Gold Solder. Price, per pennyweight 

Silver Solder. In !4 -ounce sheets. Price, 



60c 
30c 
36c 

20c 

.70c 
.20o 

.80c 
..6c 
.46c 
.46c 
.26c 
.50c 



Price, per bundle 

Catches for Brooches. Price, per gross. . . 

Joints for Brooches, Price, per gross 

Ear Wire Drops. Price, per dozen 

Ear Wire Screws, Price, per dozen 

Brass Kivetlng Wire, assorted sizes. 

Price, per bundle 

N0.4T1463 Brass Blow Pipe. Price, each 

No. 4T1464 Soldering Coppers. Price, eacii 

N0.4T1468 Soldering Fluid. Price, per bottle 

No. 4T1466 Soldering Tweezers. Price, each 

No. 4T1467 Binding Wire. Price, per Spool 

No. 4T1468 Gold Plated Jobbing Plate. Perounce.. 
No. 4T1469 Jobbing Stones, assorted, Contalningall 
colors and sizes in imitation of genuine. Price, per gross. . 75o 



..5c 
10c 

.20o 

.160 
16c 
lOc 

.75c 



w 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 33 

1 . ^"^ want of |ipa«e wecan llluntrateonly thnmoHt oHeful and denlrable, and wehaTPb«>encomDell«<l 

ATCHMAKERS' TOOLS --^""-^^ --' --^^^^^^^^^ Th,«.,.xt., however, are an of stardi^ 

....AND MATERIALS 



^•^.Jl .^'"^.■^'':'.'* "'thebeHt quality. We will he glad to<|.iot« prlcfi. on watchmaker.' lath*^ 
liil, f „ ^ 1 I thui-e IsanythlriK you want that you do not (Ind IIMistrutcd, send us your order «u^ 
cloMiig market price for same, and kIvo an accurate description. If you do not know what tbe cob 



is. be s"ure to encYose en^r^y and w.^ Vlll n^^^ 

L' /?.". ''"^'r'' ^'i'""?, ordering. When ordering material for repal?-, always seid a si^lipfc l} 
If not, fully describe the size and make of watch or clock IVjr which parts are Intended. 



possible. 




I Alcohol cups eacbSO.36 

Anvil (jewelers') each 

Blow Pipes, common brass each 

Blow Pipes, with balls each 

Blow Pipes, nickel plated, with ball.... each 

Bench knife (jewelers') each 

Buffs. Leather Flat each 

:HBufrs, Kelt Flat each 

Brushes, watch or clock each 

Burnishers,Jewel each, 86c to 

English, best quality, assorted 



.75 
.35 
.30 
.50 
.50 
.05 
.10 
.30 
.75 

.75 
.95 
.16 
.35 
.30 

.35 
.38 
.30 
.45 
.60 
.lO 
.30 
.36 
.35 
.30 
.35 
.85 
.40 
.19 
.35 
.18 
.35 
.15 
.16 
.15 
.16 
.15 
.15 
.30 
.35 
.35 
.36 
1.00 
.lO 
.05 
.75 
.40 
.50 
.30 
.30 

.15 
.35 

1.75 
.35 
.88 

1.35 
.36 
.10 
.36 
.05 

l.OO 



No, 
139 
140 
141 
142 
150 

34 

169 

5 

47 
143 

29 
144 
145 
146 
151 
1 

40 

36 
33 
31 
32 
38 
28 
30 
57 
37 
3 



Lamps, Alcohol, faceted glass.medium.ea. 

Mainsprings, Watch each, 8cj per doz. 

Mainsprings, Clock, 1-dav each 

Mainsprings. Clock, 8-d.iy each 

Mainspring Punch, improved each 

Mainspring Winder each 

Mainspring Winder, Swiss make each 

Mallet, Jewelers' each 

Movement Holder each 

Oil, Watch or Clock per bottle 

Oiler, Watch each 

Oil Stone, best Arkansas, in box each 

Pin Slide, common medium each 

Pin Vise, hollow handle each 

Punch. Mainspring, English each 

Punch, Mainspring, (3 punches) per set 

Punches, set of 24, with hollow stake, in 

hardwood box complete set 

Pliers, round each 

Pliers, aat each 

Pliers, Stubb's best side cutting each 

Pliers, cutting, regular Swiss each 

Poising Tool each 

Roller Remover each 

Ruby Pin Setter each 

Screw Holder and Drivercombined...each 

Screw Holder each 

Screw Plate, 36 holes 



S0.60 
.96 
.15 
.45 

1.35 

1.50 
.35 
.80 
.75 
.30 
.15 

1.00 
.35 
.75 
.45 

1.00 

1.35 
.35 
.35 

1.15 
.60 
.85 
.75 
.35 
.50 
.15 
.75 



Screwdriver. Watch, large eachSO.ljI 

™ Screwdriver, Watch, medium each .IS 

21 Screwdriver, Watch, small each .15 

24 Screwdriver.Watch, adjustable, 4si7.e9, set .86 

8 Second Hand Holder, nickel plated, each .40 
170 Silverware Polish, the celebrated "Elec- 

troSilicon," per dozen boxes, 80.96; each .08 

153 Stake, Riveting, hard steel each &S5 

43 Saw Frame, Swiss, extra quality, nickel 

plated each .88 

154 Sawsforabove per dozen .10 

7 Soldering copper each .20 

157 Soldering fluid, per bottle each .18 

158 Solder, silver per oz. .80 

159 Solder, gold Uk per dwt. .78 

4 Screw Stock and Dies per set 2.00 

50 Tweezers, fine each .38 

50H Tweezers, hand removing e.ich ^.88 

51 Tweezers, medium each .38 

52 Tweezers and hand raiser combined., each .48 
46 Vise, Bench each .70 

53 Vise, Hand each .75 

45 Watch Cover Glass ( each .36 

161 Watch Glasses, hunting style, fitted, each.. .10 

163 Watch Glasses, assortedhunting,pergross 8.76 

164 WatchGlasses.thick.openface, fitted, each .80 

165 Watch Glasses, thick open face, per dozen .60 

166 Watch Keys. Birch's each .80 



A BIG CUT IN WATCHMAKERS' TOOL SETS PRICES. 

OUR COMPLETE WATCH TOOL SET, PRICE $7.50. 

THE TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS -,\^raT;,l'^a'i'e/'l'^*f. "E^e^y^ Z^^'oTt^^^V^r^^L^f^ptl^ 

_- _ ji, JvMrtt work, making it absolutely necessary to nave at 

^\j^g „ i,i„iiii,^M^. ' d^T ifUiini It-ast as great a sfkction as we illustrate in our 

^JF^^ — ^~ — , -_■■ — T*J fl^=^ complete set. Tlie material of our totals is made 

of the very finest procurable; the most expert 
t<xilniakers, skilled in their art, the only c.iv.a 
employed in the productionof this merchandise. 
EACH TOOL ^^^^ through a rigid in- 
kNVii ivvi* gpection before leaving oar 



eutHblishment, so that we are assured of them 
beinff received by our customers in perfect 
condition. Our mechanics here who do our watch 
work use our own manufacture of tools and 
the work done by us is excelled by none. Thla 
eet for S'7.50 consists of 36 separate and 
diHtinot pieces. Any man of average mechan- 
ical skill can learn to rectify the majority of 
causes that make a watch stop. The set not 
alone includes tools necessary for watch re- 
pairing;, but likewise includes a complete set of 
tools for silverware, lewelry and clock repair- 
ing. We kno\v that yon Would not fail to 
be pleased with your purchase if you con- 
clude to favor us with an order for one of 
these Avonderful watchmakers* and jewelers* 
sets. 

No. 4T1 Price for complete set, ^ 
including text book 9'«Ov 




No. 4T1 Complete Tool Set, S 



S4 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



GENTS AND UPWARDS FOR AMERICAN WATCHES 




NICKEL, METAL, ELECTRO PLATE, SILVER, COLD FILLED AND 
SOLID COLD WATCHES AT PRICES HERETOFORE UNKNOWN. 



SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON EVERYTHING IN THIS DEPARTMENT 

MADK rOSSIBLK BY LARGKK PURCIIASKS ANI> LARGER 
CONTKAi'TSTIlAN KVKR BEF(JRE, MEANS LOWEST I'RICES 
KVEK »>1'<)TEI> BV I'S OR ANY OTHER HOISE 



OUR PRICES 



Are Prices Uiiknoivn to Othem. 
A <5rfat leaving to Buyers. 



REMEMBER, 
LOOK CAREFULLY AT OUR BARGAIN PAGES 



WE ARE ALWAYS REAI>Y TO REFUND YOUR MONEY IF Ol'R 
GOODS ARK NOT KOIND AT ALL TIMES AS REPRESENTED. 

of watches scattered throiigli this department. 

paj^-e is a money saving, nniiioy making surprise. 



Every bargain 




No. 4Ta 



CUT AGAIN. 

No. 4T2 

84GENT AMERICAN 
WATCH. 



Far better than ever and yet only» 
H4 cents. 

A g;entleiuan*8 stem wind tvatch 
for 84 cents. 

This is a nickel plated metal watch, 
stem wind and pendant st.l. regular 18- 
size, open face case. A patenc lever 
movem4^nt, and runs 30 to lit) hours with 
one winding. 

Guaranteed American made and a 
very good timekeeper; movement is 
strong in construction, and will stand 
mu'"h roui^lu^r usage than a finer and 
hlghiT priird watcli. 

Keniemlier your boy with one of. 
these 84-ceut watches. Nothing will 
please him better. 84 centn is little 
money and far lesH money than the 
watch can he bfmght for elsewliere. 

No. 4T3 Price, only 84c 



ALASKA 




SILVER ALL AMERICAN 
OPEN FACE WATCH. 



.10 



FOR AN AMERICANSTEM WIND 
AND STEM SET iii<kel niove- 
iiteiit au<i American case, 
we believe Is a I.. <> W K K 
price than was ever Itefore 
iiu<ite<l by any liouse iu any 
quantity, and making this 
priceof $2.IO"i' an ali-Amer- 
ican watcli, one that can he 
guaranteed (or time and for 
wear, we feel sure will insure 
us an immense trade. For 
this reason we have contracted 
with the manufacturer for a 
very large nnmVier of these 
wafches. whidi alone makes it 
|)t)ssible for us to make this 

$2.10 price. 

UNDERSTAND, Z,^,%^ 

$2'I0 yon have both in t he4-ase 
and ill tite movement astrii-tly 
up t«»ilate Ameri4'aii Watoli, 
oiu-t hat is(juarmiteeii for wear, 
jfuaranteetl fi*r timekeeping 
qualitte.H, and >.nch a \vatch as 
has never before been shown at 
anythinglike tlie price. 

ALASKA SILVER CASE. 

THIS HANDSOME CASE AS ILLUS- 
TRATED in wliat is known as 
ALASKA SII.VKR. It is a 

composition of several metals. 

giving the watch tlie appear- 
linre of coin silver; and in fiu-t. it is in appearance and In every wav except 
Intrinsic value tbeeciual of coin silver. It will wearand retain itseolnKilver 
color for a lifetime. It is handsomely finished as shown in Illustration, 
In a rOKRr<J ATKI) PATTKKN with fancy heavy beaded edge. It is open 
♦•'-. fall lS-si7.e, stem wind and stem set, and is fitted with a heavy 

edge crystal. 
A I $2 10 WE FURNISH THIS CASE COMPLETE WITH MOVEMENT in what we 
n i «p&iiu j.j^d ^,j.,jj back and snap bezel. The front and l)ack snap on. 

WE FURNISH IN THIS WATCH AT OUR SPECIAL PRICE OF $2.10 

'-jeweled solid nickel stem wind ami stem set move- 
ment. These movements are made by the New York Standard Watch Tom- 
pany. of .fersey Oity, N. J. Every movement is g'uaranteed by the manufac- 
turers for five years, and they issue a tive-year guarantee w'itU the watcli. 

nilR ^DFftlAI AND HERETOFORE UNHEARD OF PRICE OF $2.10 COMMENDS 
VUn ortVIHk THIS WATCH to all th.ise who require a reliabh- time- 
piece and American case that will not tarnish, for very little nioiu'y.and 
S2.IO is a price based on the actual cost to produce, with but our one 
vmall profit added. 

Hn ATI CAUC IITATAU AC IDflUC ^'*'* *'**" *'*'** hinged in 
IIUt4tf OAMt IfAllin Ad ADUVt* front ami snap Uaok. ».>. so. 

We recommend this hinged or jointed front case at $2.20. 

The 10 (?ents additional which we charge you is the exact difference in the 
cost to us, and we believe the wat<;h is well worth the difference. 

No. 4T7 Our .sppcial price $2.20 

ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHKS OVOTEU ON PAiiES 38 and 64. 



MOVEMENT. 



No. 4T9 

THE PADISHA. 

Manufactured by the New England 
AVatcli Company. 

AT ^1 07 THIS NEW ENG- 
Al Vlib I LAND WONDER. 

A genuine American made 
watch. It ruiisthirty to thir- 
ty-six hours with one wind- 
ing and keeps good time. It 
is stem "Wind and stem set. If 
properly handled and cared 
for It will last for year s. 
The case is plain polished 
nickel plated. The move- 
ment is one of the mostsimple 
known. It comes in both 
nickel and gilt, hastheduplex 
esc.-ipement. both pivots fitted 
with genuine jewels. While 
we do not guarantee this 
wal'h for the price, $1.27, 
we know you will be entirely 
satisfied. 
No. 4T0 Price » I .y 7 





No. 4T9 



SWISS CALENDAI 
WATCH 



No. 4Tia 



If you own one of these watchei 
you will not find It necessary t< 
consult an almanac or ask anyon 
to tell you the day of the month] 

The case is nickel plated, an*' 
fitted witli a heavy beveled edg( 
glass. 

The movement is Imported 
stem wind and stem set, jeweled 
t'vlinder escapement, hard enam' 
eled dial, and in addition tobeini 
complete In every respect as 
I imelicept.'r, it has a 

COMPLETE 
CALENDAR 

which \vork8 automatically, ai. 
wa.vH Indicating correctly tb< 
<lay of the uioutb. 

No. 4T18 Price S4.7t 



SOLID SILVER, GOLD FILLED 
AND GUN METAL 

MOON CALENDAR 

■ ■■_l_^^,. Tills watch Ih made iu 
UU J|T|>U Snltzerland aud in a 
■W H I V ll I luechauhal wonder, 

" ■ but at Llie same time is 

offered .it a price wljich is within 
the rcacli of all. 

The case is solid nUver, Ijeauti- 
fully engraved, and titled with 
heavy beveled ed>;e glass. 

The moveuieut is si em wind 
and stem set, patent leverescape- 
ment, jeweled bearinj;s. and in 
additlDQ to being a complete 
timepiece, it is also a COMPLETE 
CALENDAR, indicating the day of the 
week, day of the month, month of the 
year, and the changes of the moon. 
At the saijic time it is so simple 
that it is not more liable to get 
out of order than an ordinary 
watch. It is fully guaranteed Ijy 
both the niauuracturers and our- 
selves. 

We can furnish it in open face only. 

X0.4TI4 .'^olidsilver $8.65 

No. 4T16 Gun luetal, 
same as aliove ' $6.00 

No. 4T1H Cold filled. 
20 ye.'irs ^a:iranu-i-ii $18.50 




Mo. 4T14 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.H2. 



•.in 



I8SIZE GENTLEMEN'S WATCHES. 



^^ OUR GOLD FILLED WATCHES 

The cases on these watches 
are made of gold filled stock, 
two solid gold plates soldered 
over a plate of composition 
metal, thus making the case 
solid gold on the outsideand 
solidgold ontheinside. They 
are manufactured by the Phil- 
adelphia Watch Case Co., of 
Riverside. New Jersey. They 
are warranted by the maker 
for the term ol two or five 
rs according tothethick- 

nessof the gold 

plates used. 





We give with 

each watch sold 

our own guarantee. 

to substantiate and 

verify the manufacturers'. 




OPEN FACE AND HUNTING STYLE. MADE IN ELECTRO 
PLATE, SILVER PLATE, GOLD FILLED and SOLID SILVER. 

OUR SOLID SILVER CASES 

We guarantee to be pure coin silver 
through and through, and give ourwritten 
(guarantee to that effect. 

Electro Plated and 
Sliver Plated Cases 
These cases are made by 
the electro plating process. 
This is the cheapest known 
process of platino and we do 
notrguarantee the wearing 
^ability of them. They may 
wear lor one month or six 
We offer these electro 
plated and silver plated 
cases for just 
what they are_ 



No. 4T«0 
No. 4T3-4 



Electro Plated. 
Open Face, Screw Back aud Be/.el. 

Hunting; Style. 



These 
cases 
are 
often 
used 
by un- 
scrupulous mer- 
chants and fake 
concerns and offered ai, 
"high grade gold filled 
and solid silver," but we tell 
you plainly jutt what ihey represent. 
Gold Filled, Guaranteed for i years. Gold Filled. Guaranteed 1 

No. 4T24 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. No. 4T"3H Open Face, Screw- 

No. 4Ta6 Hunting Style. No. 4T30 Hunting Style. 




THE MOVEMENTS 



quotetl on thl!« pa^e are all of representative makes. They are all well known tlin 
them fur u term of tiveyeai-s against defective maleriul or workmanship. 



WE PIT TUESE CASES VVI i II lUE 
FOLLOWINO MOVEMEXTS. 



3 Jeweled Netv York Staadard 

7 Jeweled Selh Tfauoiai. 

~ Jeweled liampdeo 

11 Jeweled Hampdea 

FbU 12 Jeweled EDtiKalKRK, S. R. JtC.'a Special 

flake 

Bull 15 Jeweled Uanjuden 

Fwll 15 Jeweled SEARS, RUKBUCKAl'U. SPKCIAI. 



No. I 

4Tao! 



No. I 
4T22 



No. 

4T!ia 



Ko. I 
iTSt 



No. 
4T24 



S2.3e t2.44 t2.69 S2.B4 $3.34 (3.94 $3.64 



3.08 
4.2S 



4.BS: 
6.53 
6.15: 



3.13, 
4.30 
5.20 

4.60 
6.SS 
6.20 



3.26 

4.45 
5.35 

5.05 
6.73 
6.351 



3. S3 
4.70 
5.60] 

5.30 
6.98 
6.60I 



4.03 
5.20 
6.10 

5.60 
7.48 



4.63 
6.80 
6.70 

6.40 
S.OS 
7.70 



LADIES' 6-siZE WATCHES AT PRICES GUT IN HALF. 

MERCHANTS AND DEALERS CAN BUY CHEAPER FROM US THAN ELSEWHERE. 
IT$0 on FOR LADIES' ELECTRO PLATED CASES. We do not guarantee them. 
m ■ <pfcn#w They will not we:ir o\er two to three moothH; great; sells at 



84.95. You can inul^e S'i.O.^ on eu^-li one sold and otter a bargain. 

SOME LADIES LIKE SILVER WATCHES. ^:^::^^^ti^^S:Z 

engraved and perfectly tini:-,licd in evtry detail. We warrant them. Our guar- 
antee goes with eacli wati_-h sold. Open face solid silver at $3.80; Hunting 
?:'y^®i AT ^^ fin *^**'' ^^'***'f*' t»-size Gold Filled Watches complete with 



94.30. 



movement. They are guaranteed gold filled, perfect in every 



respect. We warrant them to wear and retain their gold appearance for a term of two years 
AT $3 9S for a 5-year Gold Filled Case and an American made movement, complete 



watch. This case is made by one of the most representative case makers; 
bis guarantee accompanies each case and our own special written binding guarantee 
MItewise. covering a period of five years on both case and movement. 



WE FIT THE CASES UKEOU « 1 TH THE 
FOI.LOWI\<; «.tSlZE MOVEMENTS. 



4T4'.! I 
4T4S I 



4T4e 



3 J«w«red Net* Yorii Standard orTrentun $2.9C $3. SO $3.95 S4.30 



Jeweled Xo. 300 tirade llnmpden 4.74 

11 Jeweled EDGKUbKE, 8. IE. & Co. '» S|<eciBl Slake j 4.90 

11 Jeweled No. 20t; Grade Hampdeu 6.12 

Vull IS Jeweled SE.IHS, HOE»t (K & CO.'S SPKCI.iL ' 6.35 

full 1& Jeweled Xo. I'lri (Irade Hampden .'.... j 7.06 

lull 13 Jeweled SKAHS, KOFItl ( k 3i CO. 81'M'IAL. Kipeclallr made. 

ThU UlbeBreatext watrh talueeverniade I 8.60 



5.64 5.79 6.14 

6.80 S.OS 6.30 

7.02 7,17 7.62 

7.25 7.40 7.75 

7.96 6.10 8.45 

9.50 9.65 10.00 




ugbout the country. We warrant each one of 

YOU NEED NOT LOOK 
FURTHER = 

YOU CANNOT GET THESE 
VALUES FROM ANY OTHER 
HOUSE FOR ONE-THIRD 
MORE MONEY. 





Solid Silver. 
Silver Plated. No. 4T3li Open Face, Screw 
No. 4T33 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. Back and Bezel. 

No. tT.<4 lliintina Style. No. tT38 Hunting Style. 




Electro Plated. 
No. 4T40 HuntliiK Style, 



.Solid Silver. 
No. 4T4*'4 Open Face. 
Mo. 4T44 Huutlni; Style. 



Tills iiigii f;rade 
15-Jeweled move- 
ment tilted in any 
one of tiiese cases 
at S6.35 to 97.76, 
uccordluK to case. 

Gold Filled. Guaranteed for 5 yrs. 
So. 4T46 HuutInK Style. 



Guaranteed 1 
8 Hunting St 



36 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



THE WORLD RENOWNED DOEBER SILVERINE, 18-SIZE WATOHES at prices never heard w befbre. 



PLAIN 
OPEN 
FACE 

$2.44 

AND UP. 



No charges for 
repairs on watch- 
es or clocks will 
be allowed unless 
our written con- 
sent is first se- 
cured in advance. 




PLAIN 
POLISHED 
HUNTINC 
CASE, 

$2.76 

AND UP. 



No. 4TS0 Open Face, Jointed Case. 
No. 4T52 Open Face. 3 oz., Screw Back & Bezel. 
No. 4T54 Same style as No. 4T52. 
Made in 4 ounce. 



No. 4T56 Hunting. Engraved Case. 




No. 4T58 Screw Bezel and Solid Back. 



No. 4T60 Hunting. Plain Case. 




Thlsillustr.i- 
tiOQ shows our 

18-SIZE 
SEARS, ROE- 
BUCK & CO.'S 
SPECIAL 
17 JEWELED 
MOVEMENT. 
We recom- 
mend it as 
t li e greatest 
movement of- 
fer ever made 
for perfection 
of make and 
accuracy for 
time. 



PRICES OF WATCHES COMPLETE. 



7 

7 

7 

11 

FULL 12 

Full 15 

FULL t5 

Full 1 7 

Full 17 

Full 81 

Full 21 

Full as 

Full 83 
FULL 17 



.Jeweled New York Standard, Trenton or Century 

Jeweled Setli Thomas 

Jeweled Hampden 

Jeweled Hampden 

JEWELED EDGEMERE, SEARS. ROEBUCK 4 CaS SPECIAL MAKE 

Jeweh-d Hampden 

JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK 4 CO.SSPECIAL;.'.''.'.'.;'.;;..'.'.'..!; 

Jeweled Diieber Grand Hampden, Adjusted 

Jeweled New RailMay Hampden, Atljusted, .'.' ]'.'.,',. 

Jeweled .John Han cork Hampden, .Adjusted....! 

Jeweled Special Railway Hampden, AdjuHted.' ...'.".'.!... 

Jeweled New Railway Hampden, Adjuitted. . . 

Jeweled Sjierlal Railway, Hampden, .Adjudteci 

JEWELED SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO S SPECIAL, ADJUSTED. THE 
GREATEST WATCH VALUE EVER OFFERED 



No. 
4T50 
4T5!e 



S a. 44 
3.13 
4.28 
6.20 

4.40 

6.58 

6.20 

9.80 
16.80 
19.23 
20.85 
23.30 
28.96 

lO.IO 



No. 
4T54 



8 2.53 
3.22 
4.37 
6.29 
4.49 
6.67 

6.29 

9.89 
16.89 
19.32 
20.94 
23.39 
29.04 

10.19 



No. 
4T58 



8 2.67 
3.36 
4.61 
6.43 

4.63 

6.81 

6.43 

10.03 
17.03 
19.46 
21.08 
23.63 
29.18 

I0.33 



No. 
4T66 
4T60 



8 2.76 
3.45 
4.60 
6.52 

4.72 

6.90 

6.52 

10.13 
17.12 
19.55 
21.17 
23.62 
29.27 



No. 
4T64 
4T6l» 



8 3.14 
3.83 
4.98 
6.90 
5.IO 

7.28 
6.90 
10.60 
17.50 
19.93 
21.56 
24.00 
29.06 



I0.42 I0.80 



THE ONLY 4^-OUNGE SILVERODE CASE MANUFACTURED V^e WORLD. 



No. 4T62 




WE HAVE THEM. YOU CANNOT BUY THEM ELSEWHERE. 

nilARANTFF *'»'•»<'"'*«* to welirh 4^ ounces without the movement. An 
uwniinil I bh estru heu^y ftllviTode wutfk is often called for by men who 

ngii|4>U lu heavy work, ami to supply this demand we have had make this extra 
ht-avy I'j-ounoe dustaiid damp pruc)fBilvero.le case. This case Is made to stand 
800 pounds t-lrain; in other words, your movement is safe In this ca-se. no matter 
what might happen. The composition of thU watch ia of the heat grade of 
ellverode coinposUion metal, in 
every way except in intrinicvuiue, 
tlie equal of coin bilver. It is 
guaranteed to wear and retain its 
feet coin silver color for a life- 
time. This case is open 
fiice.Bcrewbackandhezel, 
dust and damp proof, our 
special price, 41%. 65, in- 
cUitfef; this case and n 
7 jeweled stem wind 
and Btein set quirk 
train movement 
manufactured by tlit- 
HETII THOM A.S 
WATCH COM- 
PANY and stamped 

CENTURY 

Guaranteed by a writ- 
ten (fuarantee for 
five >ears, but with 
caie will last a life- 
tini. 

AT ^^ fi^S fitted with the 17 Jeweled Locomotive SDecUI, 
Ml ^UiOw exactly as llluHtruted and detHrlbcd. 

asLt-tut-d nickel ami gilt movement; ruby jewels in raised settings, 
ti an, straight line e.-u^apement, expnoed pallets, compensation 
quick balance, stem wind and set, harii enameled dial, locomotive 
on movement and dial and movement stamped "17 jewels adjusted " 
Has the appearance of a J^S.OOfcailroad moveiuent. 

ORDER QUE OF THESE WATCHES Zt^^/aTt 

In every way as described, return It and we will 
refund yonrmoney. We can fit in this case any move- 
uieut you desire as quoted below: 

WITH THE 12 JEWELED EDGEMERE. SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE « d RO 

WITH THE FULL 15 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK 8. Ca S SPECIAL MAKE 6 15 

With the Full 17 Jeweled New Railway ]raiii(><l< u. Adjusted 17 20 

With the Full '31 Jeweled Special Kailway IlUmpden, Adjusted . 21 25 

With the Full 33 Jeweled Xew Railway Hampden. Adjusted 23*70 

With the Full 23 J«>wele<l Special Railway Hampden, Adjusted sS'^is 

WITH THE 17 JEWELED SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.S SPECIAL, SPECIALLY' ADJUSTED,' NiCKEL. !.:.':. ! fOSO 
This watfli case fitted witb inir special Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s 17-jewclcil luovfmeiit is such a watcltas can- 
not be procured elsewhere as to tiuality, for both durability and time keepinf;. at three times the amount we 
ask. $I0.50 Is our price tor a specially adjusted, solid nickel. 17-Jewcled high grade movement. 

ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QIOTED ON FACES 38 TO 




COLD ONLAID. 

DUEBER SILVERINE CASES. 

Prices Quoted Above, $3.14 and Up. 



No. 4T64 

Stag 
Onlaid. 




No. 4T64 Open face, screw back and bezei, stag onlal^l 
No. 4T66 Same style caase as bove, engine onlaid. 
64. 



I SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chic ag o. CATALOGUE No. 112. 37 

18 -SIZE SOLID SILVER WATCHES, open face and hunting styles, in all weights . 



FOR A HEAVY. STRONG, SUBSTANTIAL WATCH CASE. ,';; '^p7„"?f5 



the watch Miovement, there Ih nothiop^ superior to a Kulid Kllver watch cane 
proj>*'rly eOHMtruct€id. These raset*, of solid eoln sIIvit, are made un<ler a written 
i»i£;Ded contructt every detail In the specifications Is carried out to the very letter 

W© offer you an 

absolutely per- 
fect case at 

prices that 

speak for 

t hemselvcs. 

The quality of 

these gcxjds, the 

prices we ask 

are the bust ar- 
gument to con- 

Tince j;ou that 

competitors can 

not buy at our 

selling price. 



$5.34 

TO 
$32.97 




A large number ol person, prefer carrying 
a silver watch instead ot a solid gold, 
gold filled or plated. We am to carry 
merchandise suited for everybody and lor 
all purposes. 
We sho« com- 
plete lines. 
*ilh prices 
that astonish 
the wholesal« 
and jobbing 
trade. 




OPEN FACE. SCREW BACK AND BEZEL. 
No. 4T''0 3-ounce Plain FollHhed Case. 
No. 4T'' 3 As above. Hantl engraved. 
No. 4T~4 4-ounce Plain I'olirihed Case. 
No. 4TT6 As above. Hand eug^raved. 



OPEN FACE, JOINTED FRONT AND BACK. 
No. 4T78 3-ounce Plain Polished Case. 
No. 4T80 As above. Hand engraved. 
No. 4T82 4-oonee Plain Polished Case. 
No. 4T84 As above. Hand engraved. 



CHARGES 

REPAIRS 

WATCHES OR 

CLOCKS 

WILL BE ALLOWED 

UNLESS OUR 

WRITTEN CONSENT 

IS FIRST 

SECURED IN 

ADVANCE. 



HUNTING STYLE. 

No. 4T86 3-ounce Plain I'olished Case. 

No. 4T88 As above. Hand engraved. 

No. 4T<>0 4-ounce Plain Polished Case. 

No. 4T9'-5 As above. Hand engrave<I. 

No. 4T**4 B-*iunce Plain I'ulislied Ca^e. 

No. 4T96 As above. Hand engraved. 



We Fit These Cases with the Following 18-Size Movements: 



7 

7 

7 

H 

ULLt2 

FnlllS 
.^ULL IB 
'nUlT 
'1IU17 
'nUSl 
FnUSl 

'ansa 

"nil S3 
ULL 17 



Jeweled New York Standard 

Jeweled Seth Thomas 

Jeweled Hampden 

Jeweled Hampden 

JEWELED EDGEMERE. SEARS, ROEBUCK &cb.'SSPECIAiL 

MAKE 

Jeweled Hampden 

JEWELED SEARS. ROEBUCK 4 CO.'S SPECIAL.'. 

Jeweled Dueber Grand Hampden, Adjusted 

Jeweled Ne^v Railway Hampden, Adjusted 

Jeweled John Hancock Hampden. Adjusted 

Jeweled Special Railway Hampden, Adjusted 

Jeweled New Railn'ay Hampden, Adjusted 

Jeweled Special Railway Hampden. Adjusted 
JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL. Especially 

Adjusted. This is the greatest watch value ever offered . 



4T7 3 


4T70 


4T86 


4T74 


4T80 

»5.64 


4T78 


4T102 


4T82 


S6.34 


S5.62 


S6.16 


6.33 


6.03 


6.21 


6.8S 


7.48 


7.18 


7.36 


8.00 


8.40 


8.10 


8.28 


8.92 


7.60 


7.30 


7.48 


8.12 


9.78 


9.48 


9.66 


10.30 


9.40 


9.IO 


9.28 


9.92 


13.00 


12. 70 


12.88 


13.52 


80.00 


19.70 


19.88 


20.52 


22.60 


22.20 


22.38 


23.02 


24.06 


23.70 


23.93 


24.67 


26.50 


26.20 


26.38 


27.03 


32.16 


31.85 


32.03 


32.67 


13.30 


I3.00 


13.18 


13.82 



4T76, 4T84 


4T98 


4T90 


4T106 


86.46 


»6.26 


7.15 


6.95 


8.30 


8.10 


9.22 


9.02 


8.42 


8.22 


1O.60 


10.40 


iO.22 


I0.02 


13.82 


13.62 


20.82 


20.62 


23.32 


23.12 


24.87 


24.67 


27.33 


27.12 


32.97 


32.77 


14.12 


13.92 



4T100 
4T108 



B7.09 
7.78 
8.93 
9.85 



9.05 

1 1.23 

I0.85 
14.46 
21.45 
23.95 
25.50 
27.95 
33.60 

(4 75 



4T94 


4T104 


»8.04 


»6.82 


8.7 3 


6.51 


9.88 


7.66 


10.8O 


8.58 


lO.OO 


7.78 


12.18 


9.96 


II. 80 


9.58 


15.40 


13.18 


22.40 


20.18 


24.90 


22.68 


26.45 


24.23 


28. 90 


26.68 


34.55 


32.33 


15. 70 


13.48 



4T88 4T92 4T96 



S5.98 S6.90 i8 8.50 

6.67 7.59' 9.19 

7.82 8.74 10.34 

8.74 9.66 11.26 

7.94 9.06 10.46 

10.I2 11.04 li.«4 

9.74 I0.66 12.26 

13.34 14.26 13.»6 

20.34 i 21.26 23.86 

22.84 23.76 25.36 

24.39 25.31 26.91 

26.84 27.76 29.36 

32.49 33.41 ^ 35.01 

13.64 14.56 16.16 



THIS CASE 
FITTED WITH 

OUR 
t2-JEWELED 
DGEM ER E 
MOVEMENT 



$6.26 

TO 
$33,60 




No. AT9B 3-oance Case. Open Face, screw 

bacfe and bezel, gold Inlaid case. Prices of 
watch listed above. 
Ko. 4T100 4-oaDce Case^ same as above. 



No. 4T102 3-onnce plain pol- 
ished Case,dast and damp proof, 

screw bezel, solid back. 

No. 4T104 As above. Hand 
engraved. 

ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PACES 38 TO 64. 



No. 4T106 3-onnce Case. Open Face* 

screw back and bezel, gold inlaid case. Prices 
of watch listed above. 
No. 4T108 4-oiuice Case, same as above. 



38 



SEARS, ROEB UCK & CO.. Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. H2. 

\TPROor 




$5.29 AND UPWARDS 

FOR THE HIGHEST GRADE 
SCREW BACK AND SCREW BEZEL 

DUST PROOF, GOLD FILLED WATCHES MADE 



OUR SPECIAL 
GRADE 
20- YEAR 
GUARANTEED 
COLD FILLED 
CASES, THE 
FINEST MADE. 



THESE GOLD FILLED CASES 



are made under contrart for us by the best goUi 

ailed rase makers in America, and we believe are 

without exception THE 15i;ST GOLD FILLED CASES MADE. k.i»»i- 

_ -,. * » i in n ■ and euaranteed abRoIutelT 

OPEN FACE. 18-Size. Screw Back and Screw Bezel ^u^t proof, stem «ind aud 
stem set; made from two plates of solid Bold over an inner lined plate of hard 
comnosition, and is guaranteed by special certificate, which accompanies every case, 
to wear and retain its color tor 20 years. All cases are beautifully engra ved. deco- 
rated Dolished aud finished. The best gold flUed watch possible to turn out. 

' *^ and up. according to movement, is a great 

OUR SPECIAL PRICE OF $5.29 reduction and far lower than the same grade 

of watch has ever been sold. 

vnil T»tfC un BICK BK.4K IN MISD. if after you receive one of these 
TUU I am: WU ^ilO^■ „.atches. you don't find It exactly as described, return 
It, and we will refund your money. 

YOUR CHOICE OF CASES L^i" s.^? pHce^' nT^'^ed""^ "' '""^ ""'""""^ """7- 

7 jeweled New York Standard * f-^? 

7 leweledSeth Thomas i"?- 

7 jeweled Hampden or Elgin '•'•: 

U jeweled Hampden ■•••■ :-■■■-■■:,, '*•"•' 

FULL 12 JEWELED EDGEMERE. SEARS, ROEBUCK 4. CCS SPECIAL 

MAKE.. ,-_,_,,,,_.,,.,,, ■•■:::.■■.•.".■■..;..".. 'a!^ 



GUARANTEES 



^S' 



FULL 15 JEWELED HAMPDEN OR ELGIN 

FULL 15JEWELED SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. 'S 

FULL17 JEWELED DUEBER GRAND HAMPDEN. Adjusted... 

FULL 17 JEWELED NEW RAILWAY HAMPDEN. Adjusted 

FULL 21JEWELE0 JOHN HANCOCK HAMPDEN, Adjusted... . 
FULL 21 JEWELED SPECIAL RAILWAY HAMPDEN. Adjusted 

FULL23JEWELE0 NEW RAILWAY HAMPDEN. Adjusted... t, «„ 

FULL 23 JEWELED SPECIAL RAILWAY HAMPDEN. Ad|usted.^... _ „pF-,., . v 

FIILL17 JEWELED SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO. S SPECIAL ESPECIALLY 

FULL17 'EWELED^SEARb^.ROtBU^^j^ *^*j^ ^^^^^ EVER OFFERED 12.95 

^"We guarantee aU of the above movements for five years. 

For fuU description of the above movements, see introductory paces o' 
d.partment. No charges for repairs on watches or clocks will be aUowed 
unless our written consent Is first secured in advance. 

ELGIN .VND WALTHAM WATCHES OlOTED ON PAGES 38 TO 



SPECIAL 9.05 

13.65 
19.«r, 
S3.0H 
2.3. :o 
88. 



Gl. 




tl 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheape st Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CAT ALOGUE No . 112. »» 

I $10.25 AND $12.30 FOR 18 -SIZE GOLD FILLED WATCHES. 



ORSE TIMERS 



20-YEAR COLD FILLE 



-AT- 



PRICES CUT IN HALF 

We 8how only tw^o dentf^iift, the rt-cnlitr horse 
in«T and the combination horne timer, watch 
ikI minute reg^ister conahined. 

We are quoting prices that makes either one a 
\RK BAKGAITs'. We wlli save you at least 
1) p»>r reut on a horse timer. 

We Guarantee them Accurate in Every 
Detail or Money Refunded. 

are tried and tested. We 
know they give satisfar- 

on. We have testimonials from some of tlie 
lost eminent race men in the country verifying 

hat -we claina for them. 



No. 4TI20 

ORDER BY 
NUMBER. 



UR HORSE TIMERS 





No. 4TI*';o 
^ HORSE TIMER ONLT. 

It haa start, stop and fly back arrangement, op- 
rated from the crown. It is also provided with 
alnule register. It has a metal case, neavily nickel 
dated, plain polished, and fitted with cylinder es- 
3.pement, imported movement. Just the thing for 
hose who do not care to invest much money in a 
Imepieoe for races of any kind. 
No. 4T120 Our special price 84.50 




Is a perfect watch with Horse Timer and Mln- 
ite Rei^ter combined. The movement Is thor- 
mghly well made In every respt^ct, is full jeweled, 
iuick train, patent lever escapement, expansion 
)alance, beats fifth seconds, and warranted an accu- 
rate timepiece. The stait, .stop and fly back are 
>p©rat-ed from the winding crown. 
Our special prices with above movement: 

No, 4T123 Solid nickel case 815.50 

No. 4T134 Solid coin silver case 30.00 

No. 4T186 lO-karat gold filled case 31.O0 

Ko. 4T13S U-karat gold filled cftse 35.00 



18-SIZE, OPEN FACE, SOLID BACK, SWING RING. 
Guaranteed for 20 and 25 Years' Continuous Wear. 

Till-: II.MNUIS WArrif <:AKK <<>.. of Kluin, III.. manufa* turer* 
i>r ihi-Kt) <-HH4'H, (-(iiil riictH to rcpla<'e with a brand im-u (fold filled 
VHH*- of Hiiiiie Ht^ !«• and (crade, aii3' tut*' nt thfir caHcn worn tlirou^h to 
the ImMc metal within '-JO or UG years. 

TUF CU/IMR RIMft ^ new Imprttvtunnint on ffttld iUlftd csMen, innk- 
inc ^-vvviiiu nireu i„„ jt^ p,,j,^ii,i,. to prmlu.'.-. an ahsolut4;lv du^tand 

i;nl ID 



rJiiriii) pt'x if wiitrli rase, j'rm can examine; the movemen 

ring r;L-.i* without dlnicully. 

See iiliisiralion. The front or 

bezel stTcwM utT. The back Is 

solid, made of one pirce. Tlie 

movfen.fiit is fastened in the 

center ling which Is .securely 

ioined U) the case by a strong 

liinge. To examine the works. 

lift up the swing ring (illustra- 

tirm slmws tlie ring partial I v 

liftrdi, to replace In casi;, 1' i 

liimdrop ha(_i*c in first posilion. 

iind .s<T<'W on lM/,el. 



a ttwiog 



THE COLUMBUS 

MOVEMENTS . . 



No. 4T130 GoldFllled. Guar- 
anteed for 30 years. 

No. 4T132 GoldFilIed. Guar- 
anteed for 35 years. 



we quote 
are equal 
in t i me- 
k eepi n k 
and finish to any manufac- 
tured, Tlie manufacturer 
claims thr-y are the best in 
America. They personally [:uar- 
anteeevery wat<;h bearingtheir 
name. 

We give our own i^rrltten 
binding; g;uarantee. warranting 

every Columbus watch we sell 
for a term of five years against 
defective material or workman- 
ship. 




DESCRIPTION OF THE COLUMBUS 
MOVEMENT. 

It has 35 fine jewels, nickel plates, 
straight line escapement, jewels In 
settings, safety pinion, Breguet hair 
spring, polished regulator, quick train, 
nicely finished and damaskeened. A 
money maker for the trade. 



PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR WATCHES COMPLETE. FITTED WITH THE NEW 
COLUMBUS 18-SIZE MOVEMENT: 



Full 1 5 Jeweled New^ Columbus 

Full 17 Jeweled New Columbus, Ad.justed, 
Full 31 Jeweled New^ Columbus, Adjusted. 
Full 23 Jeweled New Columbus, Adjusted 
Full 25 Jeweled New Columl>us. Adjusted 



Xo. 4T130 


No. 4T138 


Warranted for 


Warranted lor 


20 Years. 


25 Years. 


S10.2S 


812.30 


14.30 


16.36 


25.56 


27.60 


29.60 


31.66 


32.30 


34.35 



N0.4TI36 
N0.4TI38 

$5.00 




NOW $5.00=Y0UR CHOICE 



We give you the advantage of it. The 
manufacturers reduced the price to us 



ANOTHER 5 PER CENT CUT. 

this amount. Last season we sold this watch for $5.25 

EITHER LADIES' 0-SIZE OR GENTS 

16-SIZE, HUNTING STYLE, 

order which ever you want, 6- 
year (guaranteed gold tilled 
huutinjr case, in ladies' 0-size or 
gpntlcmen's 16-size, both in 
hunting style, fitted withi .jew- 
eled American made move- 
ment, not a cheap importfd 
Swiss movement, but one of the 
latest American productions. 

DESCRIPTION OF THE 

AMERICAN MADE MOVEMENT: 

Fitted in cither a ladies' or 
KentU'moii's size, 5-year guar- 
anteed pold tilled case. This 
movement has 7 rnby jewels, 
cut balance, patent safety pin- 
Ion and barrel and double sunk 
No. 4T136 .second dial. We give our writ- No. 4T138 

ten binding guarantee with 

every one sold, protecting yon for a term of five years against defective material or workmanship. 

Ki-onninTinu nr mere These cases are manufactured by the celebrated Illinois Wat<-h Case Co. 

DcSkKlrllUN Ur UAotOi Each case is accompanied by their personal guarantee. These cases are 

made of two plates of solid 10-karat gold, covering an inner composition of base metal, and are g-uaranteod 

to wear and retain their gold appearance for a term of five 

vears. They are engraved and chased after the very latest 

gold designs. They have the antique bow, they both are 

stem wind and stem set, in fact 

FOR $5.00 YOU HAVE A WATCH THAT COULD NOT 
POSSIBLY BE PURCHASED BY ANY RETAIL JEWELER' 
"OR TWICE THIS AMOUNT. 





♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦■»♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦ 

YOU CAN SELL THEM 

AT $10.00 EACH 

and still olTer a bargain. 



■»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-♦♦♦♦♦♦» 



This Is a pictare of the 
movement we fit In th« 
ladles' case, complete 
watch, 05.00. 




ELGIN AND W.*I.THAM 
W.*TCHKS (JIH)TKD ON 
PAGES 



This Is a picture of the moTemen* 
we fit In the gents' case, complet* 
watch, So.OO. 



*0 SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.. Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



18-SIZE HUNTING STYLE AND OPEN FACE SCREW BACK AND SCREW BEZEL CASES. 



WARRANTED TO WEAR FOR 20 YEARS. 



OUR $7.48 PRICE 




for a SEARS case guaranteed for 30 years, fitted with 
the 12-jeweled Edgeiuere niorenient, is offeringr watches 

at unheard of prices. At ^^^^^^^^^ 

Si5.53 to S34.55, your 

choice of cases, Fahys, 

Dueber, Sears and £lg:in 

Giant, standards for^vork- 

nianship and quality, fitted 

with our 1 7-jeweled ad- 
Justed nioTeni^nt means a 

saving'toyouo noleasthan 

40 per cent* 



kk 0(0 flO "r**** move. 

ni VIUIIU inaSEARS 

CASE .. . 



$5.52 

TO 

$34.55 




GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. 
No. 4T140 Open Face. Screw Back and Bezel. 
No. 4T142 Hunting Style. 



$5.52 

TO 
$34.55 




GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. 
No. 4T144 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. 
No. 4T145 Hunting Style. 



I m and position, paK-nt 
initfiniiet-er reirulator ecn- 
iiiue ruliv jeweled pin. nijrli- 
ly poliMiifd bevetfd edjred 
j><rcwi..fuHy p' ni»'<'tinirthi'*t 
band, Bafety pinion, double 
(lunk white fnanieled dial 
and sunk second hand dial. 
I'he Hupt'rior coniit ruc- 
tion of Ihl* moTeuitnt 
adapts It to I he niott ex- 
ac-tlnf Aerylee. 



GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. 
No. 4T148 Open Face. Screw Back and Bezel. 
No. 4TI&0 Hunting Style. 



UnUf llfC nn ITO Bybuvlneln large quantities, paying spot canli, savins all 
nUIf fiC UU III there iHtii l>e itave<l and Ix-ini; Hatlslied ultli uue small per 

cent of proltt, iiiucli less than others can do business on. 

WE C.\N, WK KNOW HOW, we oiler you advantages In buying to be had from no 
other tirm. 

WE RECOGNIZE NO COMPETITION ON WATCHES, BECAUSE WE REALLY HAVE NONE. 



Nn rUADRrC for repairs on watches or clocks will be 
nu t»nAHUCO aHowed unless OIB WRITTEN CONSENT 

is tlrst secured In advance. 



$5.52 

TO 
$34.55 



We lit these cases with any of the following movements. They 
are all guaranteed lor a term of five years. 



FULL 



7 Jeweled New York .Standard 

7 Jeweled Seth Thomas 

7 Jeweled lla.npilen 

1 1 Jeweled llaiiipden 

12 JEWELED EDGEMERE, SEARS, ROEBUCK ft CO.'S 

SPECIAL MAKE 

15 Jeweled lliiinpden 

15 JEWELED SEARS. ROEBUCK ft CO.'S SPECIAL.. 
17 .leweled I>uel>er <;rand Hampden, adjusted. .. 
1 7 .leweletl New Railway Hampden, adjusted. . . . 
S 1 Jeweled *}olin }ianco<-k Hampden, adjusted. . . 
SI Jeweled Special Railway Hampden, adjusted 
23 .Jeweled New Railway Hampden, adjusted. . . . 
23 .leweled Special Railway Hampden, adjusted 

17 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL, 
ESPECIALLY ADJUSTED. This Is the great- 



Open 
Face 



est watch value ever olTere^l 



S6.se 

6.21 

7.36 
8.28 

7.48 

t*.U6 
9.28 
12.88 
19.88 
22.31 
23.93 
26.38 
32.U3 



13.18 



Hunting 
Style 



•8.04 
8.73 
9.88 

10.8O 

lO.OO 

12.18 

II.80 
15.40 
22.40 
24.83 
2G.4S 
28.90 
34.6S 



(6.70 



GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. 
No. 4TI52 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. 
O. 4T154 Hunting Style. 



ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PAGES 38 AND 64, 




I 



GUARAi^TEED FOR 20 YEARS. 
No. 4TI56 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. 
No. 4T158 Huntino Style. 



$5.52 

TO 
$34.55 







GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. 
No. 4T160 Open Face. Screw Back and Bezel. 
N».4T162 Hunting Style. 



This Is the picture r.f our, 
1 Kdicemeroruil IS-jeweled 
B movement, enn^ravcd by 
lour ariist direi-'t frtmi tlie 
I movement. The Ed^-enure 
T Is solid nickel throutrh and 
through. The top plott is 
iK-autifully dnmu?keenedin 
^'•Id and nickel. It has 12 
ruby jewels, each jewel set 
In flnely polished netting. 
Bripht polished patent reg-- 
ulator, double cut expan- 
sion balance wle«l,K*'n- 
Uine Brequet hair sprint:, 
ealety barrel, patent safety 
pinions and |iro Id i n e 
timing screws. The 
entire movement I* pvr- 
feetly flnl*hed In everj 
detnlli timed aud regu- 
lated. 



GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. 
No. 4TI64 Open Face. Screw Back and Bezel. 
No. 4T166 Hunting Style. 



GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. 
No. 4T168 Open Face. Screw Back and Bezel. 
No. 4T170 Hunting Style. 



SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Ch icago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 41 




18-SIZE 



YOUR CHOICE 
I OF THESE 

18-SIZE CASES H $7.59 

FOR GENTS' HIGH GRADE 

OOLl> FILLED HUNTING 

WATCH there Is nothing made 
that will in any way compare 
with It at the price. 

OUR BINDING GUARANTEE 

Every case Is covered by a 
bindlDg 20-year8' certificate of 
roarantee (see illustration of 
guarantee), by the terms and 
conditions of which If any piece 
or part gives out by reason of 
defect In material or workman- 
ship, or If the watch chances 
color, or If the gold wears off In 
any place or part, RETURN IT 
TO US and we will Bend you a 
new eai«, 

MOVEMENTS. T^^Tct^S'^ 

HIGH GRADE AMERICAN 
MOVEMENTS and from our 
S7. 59 watch upward, they are 
goaranteed five years by special cer- 
tificate ol guarantee, which accom- 
panies each watch. 

DESCRIPTION OF CASES. ^*"*'' '"Smlar IS-slze Hunting style, 
=^ ' stem wind and stem get, made of two 

Slates of FINE SOLID GOLD over fine hard composition metal: are well fln- 
bed, beautifully engraved In their seven different styles, as Illustrated on 
this page; allhavefancy beaded vermicelli edges, as shown in illustrations. 
OUR OFFER. Selectany case wanted BY NUMBER. Select move- 

ment from list below and we will send yon the watch. 

Examine it, and if found different in any way, return it at our expense 
tiod we will Immediately refund your money. 

Prices lor the above Cases Complete with the lollowing 13-Size Movements. 

7 Jeweled New York Standard S 7.69 

"Jeweled Seth Thomas 8.85 

V Jeweled Hampden or Elgin 9,43 

11 Jeweled Hampdfin 10.35 

FULL12 JEWELED EDGEMERE, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S 

SPECIAL MAKE 9.55 

FULL IB JEWELED HAIVIPOEN OR ELGIN 11.73 

FULL16JEWELEDSEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Special 11.35 

FULL 17 JEWELED DUEBER GRAND HAMPDEN. ADJUSTEOr 14.9.5 

FULL 17 JEWELED NEW RAILWAY HAMPDEN. ADJUSTED 21.90 

FULL 21 JEWELED JOHN HANCOCK HAMPDEN, ADJUSTED 84.38 

FULL21 JEWELED SPECIAL RAILWAY HAMPDEN, ADJUSTED 86.00 

FULL231EWELED NEW RAILWAY HAMPDEN, ADJUSTED 27.50 

FULL 23 JEWELED SPECIAL RAILWAY HAMPDEN, ADJUSTED 34.10 

FULL 17 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 
ESPECIALLY ADJUSTED. THIS IS THE GREATEST WATCH 

VALUE EVER OFFERED (5.25 

Fitr Full Description ol above Movements, see introductory pages to tins 
Department. 









fe. 








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■ 








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This i0 an Illustration of our fine 
Sears, Roeback & Co.'s 16 Jeweled 
Special, complete with case for 
SI1.35. 



GUARANTEED 
YEARS 



42 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



DESCRIPTION OF SEARS CASE. J,15 .^^^^\^ra1.n;%l;'°a&ere'.i^.„U;^''.'i! 

posKloQ, making a case with gold outside and gold inside, practically, but in intriiiBic value, a* 
good as an extra heavy solid 
gold case. The SEAKScase 






18-SIZE HU NTING STY LE AND OPEN FA CE SCR EW BACK AND SCREW BEZEL, i4-KARAT GOLD FILLED CASES, TATn^i 

Ucentswill ^t^^^^S^^ .^^^^B^^^^ We^carry only the representative makes, Fahys.Sears, Oueber, Elginand Illinois Commander. 

carryanyone 

ol these 

watches to 

any part of ___>„ _^^^ _^^ 

the United '' ^E . WM/ ^ JCgjE^^-r-' '^ ^HS^f^^Sfn^^L .^SHIR'^^t^^ '■^ tis.ss. ntted with the ^^ ,^^ 

States by ^^|^*Sffp^ Mw^'^^ ^^^ ^'J«SikP^^^^t^wHm ^^^^|l|ljd|sl^^^ Sean*. Koebucti &Co.'Bmove- ,^^r ^V^ We 

He9_IStere0 B ^ mWr.J\iJ^ --i^^^SlSS^i^^Wm^mi ■ll IB^^ m lator, adjusted, double sunk Bo iS^SSfe* ^ *°'* 

^dial, perfect in every detail, mO t^U^^nulA N<V the 

gives you a watch second to '^^^pMBMP^>jy .k»««..^ 
none, a watch that will last ^I^MftHM^H^ ScARS 

youa lifetime; you can show ^^^^^^^^ Wfcftllw 

It to your friends with pleas- 
ure, you can be proud of it. 
•1&.2& is ottr price for the 
complete 
wo^ich. 



Description of Sears, Roe- 
buck & Co.'s 17-)eweled IB- 
Size Specially Made Move- 
ment. 

Solid nlekel throach and 
through, 17 JewelH, ad. 
Justed. Full plate, fancy solid 
gold dam a.skeened finish, It-vpr 
escapement, five pair g<)M 
settings, full compensation 
double cut expansion balance 
wheel, adjusted to Isochron- 
Ism and position, patent mi- 
crometer regulator, genuine 
rub" jeweled plo. highly pol- 
Ishec bevel edge screws, fully 
protecting dust band, safety 
pinion, double sunk, white en- 
ameled dial and sunk second 
hand dial. The superior con- 
structioD of this movement 
adapts it to tUe most exacting 
service. 





WARRANTED FOR 26 YEARS. 

No. 4T196 Open Face, Screvr Back and 
Bezel. 

No. 4T198 Hunting Style. 

No. 4T200 Open Face. Plain Polished 
or Engine Turned. 

No. 4Ta03 Hunting Style. Plain Pol- 
ished or Fngine Turned. 






„ WARRANTED FOR 25 YEABS. 

No. 4T«04 OpenFace.ScrewBacfcsndBezel. 

No. 4Ta06 Hunting Style. 

YOU CAW PICK ANY OF THESE DESIGNS AND HAVE THE BEST. 



WARRANTED FOR 25 YEARS. 
No. 4T208 Open Face.isrrew Back and Bezel. 
No. 4T210 Hunting Style. 



WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE FOLLOWING 
18-SIZE MOVEMENTS 



7 Jeweled New Yorlt .standard. 

7 .Teneled Seth Thomas 

7 Jeweled Hampden '.'.'.'.'.'. 

11 Jetreled Hampden 

Full 12 Jeweled EDGEMERE, SEARS.' ROEBUCK ft 
CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE 

Fnll 16 Jewelfd ll:iiiipden 

Full 1 5 Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECYaL 

Full 17 .Jeweled OueberUrand Hampden, ad 
Justed 

Fnll 17 Jeweled New RalltvayUiinipden, ad- 
justed 

Fallal Jeweled John HanrorkHainpden, 
adjusted 

Full 81 Jeweled Special Railway Hampden, 
adjusted 

Full 'ii Jeweled New Railway iianipdeo, ad- 
justed 

Full -iZ Jeweled Spetiul Railway Hampden, 
adjusted 

Full 1 7 Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO/S SPECIAL. 
Especially Adjusted. This is the greatest watch 
value ever oWered 

THE mnuufaeturcr'a guarantee soca 
with each t-mte .old, tocethcr with 
our own Hpeelal written blndlnic Kunr- 
antee. We doubly protect vou. Sfleit any 
one of tlii-sc watches, senci ns your oriler 
with the distinct unilerstunding that att,-r 
the watcti is received, If it (s not In everv 
way exactly a-s represented, perfectly satis- 
factory and most e-i:cellent value for the 
money, you can return it to us and tto will 
refund your money. 



Open 
Face 



S 7.S9 

8.88 

9.43 

10.3S 

9.55 

11.73 

11.35 
14.98 



Uunting 
Style 



8 9.89 
10.S8 
11.73 
18.66 

11.85 
14.03 

13.65 

17.25 



21.9JS 84.26 

24.38 ' 26.68 

i 

26.00 28.30 

28.4S 30.76 






WARRANTED FOR 25 YEARS. 

No. 4T''J IB Open Face, Screw Back and 

No. 4T'il8 Hnntl ngStyle. [Bezel. 



WARRANTED FOR 25 YEARS. 
No. 4T312 Open Face, Screw Backand Bezel. 
N0.4T214 Hunting Style. 



IF NOT 
SATISFIED 

with 

Your Watch 

try a 

SEARS. 



THIS IS THE PICTURE 
OF OUR 

SEARS, ROEBUCK 
& CO.'S SPECIAL 
MOVEMENT. 

IT IS A FULL 
16- JEWELED 

HandBomely dam- 
askeened, patent 
regrulator and es- 
capement, safety 
pinion, jewelM get in 
settlngs,emarant«ed 
for live yeArs and 
one of the best high 
grade movements 
i>i«nn>fti-r>-n r-«« a. l.^.«. ■- OH the market. We 

v„ .irr^oJfi?"**'!.^'' '^2" 25 XS'^S- .,„ . », WARRANTED FOR 25 YEARS. fit in any of these WARRANTED FOR 25 YEARS. 

£"iS22S J>Pen,'[a<'e:Sfen' Back and Bezel. No. 41224 Open Face.Screw Back and Bezel cases, at SI 1.88 and No.4T228 Open Face,Screw Back and«eieli 

No. 4T226 HnntlngStyle. 913.60. No. 4T23a Hunting Style. 




Ma.4T222 HnntlngStyle. 



SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Sup ply House on Ear th, Chic ago. C ATALOGUE No. 112. 4 3 

THIN MODEL 16-SIZE OPEN FACE AND HUNTING GOLD FILLED CASES. 

GUARANTEED FOR 25 YEARS. 



|I0 



EC our price for the new 
■"W SKARS OPEN FACE 



CASE, fitted with the IS-jeweled 
Edgemere movement, cannot be 
met by others. Screw back and 
screw bezel cases are practically 
daet and damp pro<if. They are one 
of the most popular cases on the market. 




■ T0IC 4 C Oui'Searscase, fitted 
HI JlOi^g with this 17-jeweled 
high grade movement. It has the 
straight line lever escapement. 17 
genuine ruby jewels In gold set- 
tings. Patent micrometer regula- 
tor, genuine ruby Jeweled pallet, 
double cut compensation e,\pan- 
sion balance, solid nickel plates, 
full dust band, hard French dial 
and beautifully damaskeened. 



$8.75 

to 
$18.35 



$8.75 

to 
$18.35 




Regarding En- 
gravings. wegen- 
erally have exact 
pattern. When 
not, we will send 
a very similar 
design. 



"They keep time to 
the second,' is what 
the inspector said o I 
our S EA RS, RO E- 
BUCK&CO'S Special 
Movement. It is spe- 
cially adjusted. 




$8.75 

to 

$18.35 




GUARANTEED FOR 85 TE.%R8. 

No. 4T238 Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 

No. 4T!i40 As above, Plain Pol- 
ished or Engine Turned. 

No. 4T348 Hunting Style. 

No. 4X344 As above. Plain Pol- 
ished or Engine Turned. 



GUAKANTKEI) FOR 25 YEARS. 

No. 4T'-J40 Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel. 

No. 4T348 Hunting .Style. 

OUR SEARS CASE IS THE BEST. 

one of these higli grade SEARS CASES, 



GUAKANTEEUFOR26 ¥EAK». 

No. 4T250 Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 
No. 4Ta53 Hunthig Style. 



See the 
prices 



fc.r 

any 

iieiit. 




SEE THE NAMES OF THESE GOODS. 



NEVER BEFORE 



JOSEPH FAHYS ELGIN COMMANDER 

JOHN C. DUEBER and SEARS 

have representative makes of goods been offered at our lefts than 
wholesale prices. DO YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY? Youoan 



buy watches of us and sell them at 30 to 50 per cent profit and still 
be "offering: watches for less than your local dealer asks. 

Ask your dealer for prices. <'om- 

pare tlieiu n'lth ours, g^rade for 

reat saving, a wonderful profit, don't 



S8.75 TO $18.35 

according Uj n 

$16.25 

OR 

$18.35 

Fitted 
with o u .- 
1 7 .jeweled 
ad justed 
moTemen t 



WE COURT INVESTIGATION. 

(^rade, and if you do not find a 
buy from us. 



WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE FOL- 
LOWINC 16-SIZE MOVEMENTS. 



OPEN 
FACE 



88.75 



S10.86 



I0.55 



GUARANTEED FOR 35 TEARS. 
No. 4T354 Open Face, Screw Back 



and Bezel. 
No. 41256 

THE BEST 

IS THE 
CHEAPEST. 
BUY THE 

SEARS 

CASE. 



Hunting Style. 



7 jeweled Illinois 'Watch Case Co.'s Movement.. 
FULL 12 JEtAIELED EDGEMERE. SEARS, ROEBUCK 

& CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE 

FULL 15 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S 

SPECIAL I 12.25 

FULL 17 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK &. CO.'S { 

SPECIAL. ESPECIALLY ADJUSTED 16.25 

GREATEST WATCH MOVEMENT EVER OFFERE D. ' 

ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PAGES 38 AND 64 

No charges for repairs on watches or clocks will be allowed 
unless our written consent is first secured in advance. 



HUNTING 
STYLE 



12.69 



14.35 
18.35 




GUARANTEED FOR 86 YEARS. 
No. 4T358 Open Face. Screw Back 
and Bezel. 

No. 4T360 Hunting Style. 




14 cents will carry any one of these watches to 
any part of the United States by registered mail. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S 
SPECIAL 16-JEWELED MOVEMENT. 






$8.75 

to 
$18.35 




GUARAN'TEKU FOR 26 TEARS. 
No. 4T262 Open Face, .Screw Back 
and Bezel. 

Mo. 4T264 Banting Style. 



GUARANTEED FOR 26 YEARS. 
No. 4T266 Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel. 
No. 4T268 Hunting Style. 



This is the picture of our 
Special Full 15 -.Jeweled Move- 
ment. Each jewel is in set- 
ting. The plates are gilded a 
tine Roman color. Cnt expan- 
sion balance n-heel. Patent 
pinions and we guarantee It 
to give entire satisfaction. 



GUARANTEED FOR 28 \KAB8. 
No. 4T270 Open Face. Screw ^ck 
and Bezel. 
No. 4T272 Hunting Style. 



4A SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



TAKE VOUR CHOICE 
OF CASES. 



12-SIZE THIN MODEL COMPLETE WATCHES AT $9.25 TO $13.95 

OPEN FACE, SCREW BACK AND BEZEL OR HUNTING STYLE CASES 
WARRANTED TO WEAR and 



ACCORDING TO STYLE OF CASE 
AND GRADE OF MOVEMENT. 



""'•" ULLtU retain their solid gold appear- 
ance for the period of 20 years. Uur written bind- 
ing guarantee goes witii every watch we sell. 

^-=-^ CO OK for oar cele- 

OtQ OR .^Maa^. ^9tCO brated higrh 

iff^.^^ ^^ '^^ grade, 10 RUBY JEW- 

ELEU EDGEMERE 



HDW OUR GOLD Fll I Fn warranted 30 years cases are made. Two thick sheets of solid 

WWII MM 1.M riLktu jj heavy enough to wear for the given time, are soldered over a layer of 

"■•■■' " - ■ ••■■' to that of solid gold. By this 



extra stiffened composition metal, making a case equal in wearing ability to 1 
method of manufacturin{; we offer you a case solid gold outside and solid gold 



$13.95 

for 

Complete 

Wat«h. 




Cil EC for the 



MOVEMENT, fitted 
with any oneofthehand- 
somely engraved open 
face cases, illustrated 
here. 




• you 

same 
gh grade 
movement, fitted in 
the same grade of de- 
signed case, hunting 
style. 



Inside. 




THE 1«-SIZE WATCH is the most popular 
size made. It does not require a large size watch 
to get correct time. You need not weigh down 
or bulge out your pockets. Vou get the accuracy, 
quality and size most convenient. 



)|Q.4T290 Hunting style. No, 4T294 Hunt.ng Siyie. 

NO. 4T292 Open Fac e, Sc rew Back and Bezel No. 4T296 Op;n Face. Screw Backand Bezel 

$9.25 and ^aT-Ti^- REGARDING THE 

$11.55 i^^:::^^ emgravinbs, 

we generally have the 
exact pattern as illus- 
trated: il not, we send a 
very similar design^ 



No. 4T298 Hunting Sty.e. 

No. 4T300 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel 




No. 4T302 Hunting Style. 

No. 4T304 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel 



No. 4T306 Hunting Style 
No. 4T308 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel 
Open Face 

7 Jeweled Elgin or Waltham 

lOtFeweled EDGEMERE. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE 
16 Jeweled Elgin 'or "Waitliam 




OUR 12-SIZE 

10 Jeweled 

EDGEMERE 

will give 
CORRECT TIME. 



No. 4T310 Hunting Style. 

No. 4T312 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel 



S 9.81 
9.25 

1 I.IIS 



H 


unting Style 
gll3.ll 




11.55 
13.0S 



GENTS' 16-SIZE Hunting and Open Face, 20-YEAR COLD FILLED WATCHES. 




$10.55 



for the hlfclkent 

grade 16 -size 

30-year, guaranteed gold 

, complete with a 13 jeweled 

Movement meanH a greatsav- 

-a price much lower than Is 

any other house. 

~ for your choice of cases in 

open face, fitted with a gen* 

eweied Kdgemere Movement. 



ALL 

OPEN FACE 

CASES 

on this page are 
Screwy liaclc 
and Screw Bez- 
el, dust and 
(lamp proof 
.style, . 

NEVER 
BEFORE 

in the hintury 
of the watch 
case business 
has the small 
or 16-slze case 
sold so well as 
at the present 
time. 



No. 4Ta50 Hunting Styfe. Gold Filled. 

No. 4T8&2 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. Gold Filled. 




CHARGES FOR 



REPAIRS ON 

WATCHES OR CLOCKS ::i;i'rss"Tur 

written consent is flrst secured In ad- 
vance. 

GUARANTEED «>ff*>«»t Grade Gold 
wwwnHii I fcfcw Filled Case and accom- 
punylngeach case Is a binding 30-year 
gnarontee, by the terms and conditions 
of which, if the c:ise wears through or 
changes Its 
color w^lth- 
In 30 years 
we will re- 
place It free 
of charge. 

WE 
CONTROL 

The prod- 
uct of the 

factory on 
i liese 16-size 
II unting, 
:.ii-yt'a,rGold 
i'i I led Cases, 
which alone 
makes it 
possible for 
us to make 
this incom- 
parably low 
price. 



7 jeweled Illinois Watch Case Co. Alovement 18 6.3018 8.75 

7 Jeweled Klgln or Waltham I 8.30 10.76 

FoU 13 Jeweled EDGEMERE. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 

MAKE I 8.OOI1O.55 



No. 4T354 Hunting Style. Gold Filled. 
No. 4T356 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. Gold Filled. 
Open Face Hunting 




AT $9.25 YOUR CHOICE OF ANY 12-SIZE OPEN FACE CASE 

SHOWN ON THIS PAGE, FITTKD WITH OUR 

EDGEMERE IVlOVErVIENT. 



No. 4T358 Hunting Style. Gold Filled. 
No. 4T360 Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. Gold Filled. 

Open Face Hunting 



15 Jeweled Etcin or Waltham 

Full 15 jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 

FuU 17 Jeweled SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL, enpectally 
made. The ^reateHt watch value ever offered 



ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QCOTF.U ON PAGES 38 to 64. 



S11.70 W14.35 
9.70| 12.25 

l3.7o! 16.28 



ji 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



45 



OUR 16-SIZE THIN MODEL, SOLID SILVER AND SILVERINE WATCHES. 



* SOUO SILVER CASE FITTED WITH AN AMERICAN MADE '^"IV^t,"*^ f'"' 

S4.96. Youcan 

save 35 to 35 per cent by buying: your watches from u». Why not get a 
n-atcb that is reliable in every respect. We give you our written, bindinj; 
guarantee with every watch we sell to be as represented. The lU-size 
watch Is a size smaller than the popular 18-9iz6. It does not weigh down your 
vest; It (its the pocliet; it's the gentleman's size. The correct size for your 
young son. It's the doctor's size watch ; In fact, it pleases. 

all and is adapted for all 



$3.60 

TO 

$12.45 




REFER TO 

PRICE LIST 

BELOW. 




WE HAVE REDUCED THE PRICES ho that we win Hell thouBands of tb«m. 
-— — — You need not buy until you have Lnree- 

tlg:atecl. I'rice theHe watrhoH at the jewelry Mtore; don't buy unless you And 
what we »ay 1h true: 35 to flO per cent cheaper than what they ank* Order 
one of these watches, we will ship to y«Mi by express or mail, mall Ih the 
cheaper way, and If not as descrlbcl ami not as you expected, return It and 
we will refiind you jour money. You take no risk in ordering goods from us. 



16-SIZE 

SILVER AND 

SILVERINE 

CASES. 




If Goods Prove 
Unsatisfactory 

return and we wi 
change or cheerfully 
refund your money. 
We desire satisfied 
customers. 



$4.00 



$13.25 




No. 4T380 Silverine. 
Screw Bacl£ and Screw Bezel. 
Ko. 4T383 .Solid Silver, same as above, 
SPECIAL 
16-SIZE 




No. 4T384 Solid Silver, Hunting 
Style, Gold Ornamented, Hand Engraved, 
Gold Filled Fancy Center. 



No. 4T386 Sllverlne, 

Joint«d Back and Front. 

No. 4T388 Solid Silver, same 

as above. 



No. 4T390 SUverlne. Hunt- 
ing style Case. 

No. 4T393 Solid Silver. 

No. 4T394 SoUd Silver, en- 
gine tnrned. 



We fit these cases with the following I6-Slze 
Movements. 



7 Jeweled Illinois Watcli Cawe Co.'s Movement. 

1 2 Jeweled EDGEflAERE. SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE. 

1 5 Jeweled SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 

1 7 Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL. Especially Made. 
Greatest Watch Value Ever Offered 



The 



No. <T38II 
Ho. 4T386 



S3. 60 

5.40 
7.10 

II. lO 



4T3S0 



S4.00 

5.80 
7.50 

II.50 



*4.95 

6.75 
8.45 

12.45 



So. 4T38S 



SS.SO 

7.30 
9.00 

I3.00 



Ko. 4T:<9I 
."io. 41894 



S5.76 
7.55 
9.25 



So. 4Tt84 



«I7.86 
9.60 
II.30 



13.25 I I5.30 



No. 4T396 

Tlie illustration shows 

the Diamond Set Watch. 



IF YOU CONTEMPLATE MAKING A PRE$ENT 



THINK OF IT AT $8.50 



LADIES' 0-SIZE l^'^'^AtU, WATCH FOR $8.50 

A DI.\MOND SET WATCH SUCH AS TOU PAY Order 

DOUBLE THE MONEY FOR EL„SEWHERE. No. 4T396 

ADIAMONDSET.GOLD FILLED CASE ^i^'^er'So^e'Sffe'Jel 'ellnlt 
wliolcsale In quantities at anytliing like IS8.60. WE TAKE ALL 
THESE CASES the factory makes in order to get the price, and 
98.50 is actual cost to us under season contract witli only our one 
small proat added. THE DIAMOND ALONE which Is set In the 
case would retail in many jewelry stores for more than we ask for the 
complete watch. 

to yoar wife, your 
sister or sweet- 
heart, nothing can be more appropriate. 1S8.50 is our price, you could 
not with twice as much expended make a grander showing. 

A GENUINE 20-YEAR GUARANTEED 
FILLED CASE, SET WITH A GENUINE 
DI.\MOND. Fitted witii t he celebrated Atlas movement S8.60 is the price. 
DESCRIPTION OF CASE Case is ladies' O-size, one size 
UCOUmr-l IV/W \jr WMOC.. ^^^Uer than the regular ladles' 
6-size and the most popula r, handsomest and neatest size ladies* watch 
made. A genuine diamond which is hand- 
somely cut and polished is set in back of watch, 
case is HIGHEST GRADE GOLD FILLED, 
made from two plat€s of solid gold over an 
inner plate of hard composition metal, and is 
guaranteed by special certificate of guarantee 
to wear and hold its solid gold color for twenty 
years; case is hunting style, ha.s handsome 
antique bow, and is one of the VERY BEST LADIES' 
O-SIZE DIAMOND SET GOLD FILLED CASES MADE. 
MOVEWENT. The Atlas Movement is 
made by a celebrated watch factory under the 
name Atlas, so as to be able to make a lower 
price than on their regular line. It is7-J6weled, 
O-size, stem 
wind and 



The illustration shows 
the Atlas movement. 



SEND US $1.65 



Stem set, 

luic^c train, patent pinion and escapement, and is guaranteed an ac- 
laratie timekeeper for fi%'e years and with ''are will last a lifetime. _| 

)ur $1.65 Ladies' 6-Size Open Face Nickel Watch 

and mall charges, 13 cents, S»1.77 in 
all, and we will send you this watch 
exactly as pictured, e-vactly as described. 
rUIC WATnU '^ solid nickel through and through and the case 
111^ if M I wn -will ^vear forever. The movement is made by one 
•t the largest companies. It is stem wind and stem set. You need not 
pea tile watch to wind or set it. The size is same as illustration, the 
aeal size for any young lady wishing an inexpensive watch for everyday 
:se. It Is a good timekeeper and while wo do not guarantee it, we know 
t will give entire satisfaction. 

12 CENTS EXTRA IF SENT BY MAIL. 

'hf watch will reach you in perfect order and with ordinary care will 

k'ear and prove satisfaetory for years. 

II CC Is our price. The best watcli for the money ever offered in a 



No. 
4T400 
Order 



Ladies' 6-Size, Nickel American Mad« Watch. 



ELGIN AND WALTHAIW WATCHES QUOTED ON PAGES 38 to 64. 




GENTEEL THIN, 
12-SIZE. 



BOYS' OR GENTLEMEN'S 
GOLD FILLED WATCHES. 




$7.30 

No. 4T398 
la-Size 



A small, thin, i^en- 
teel, high grade, 
twenty-year gold 
filled watch, the 

comine; size, thick- 
ness, snape and style 
for boy or gentle- 
^ift man; the neatest, 

^^^^^^^j^^^ most per- 

^^HBiBBB^£*4. feet wat<;h 

made. Onr 
special 

price 
S7.30 and 
upward, 
accord i ojp 
to grade 
of mov^ 
ment. 




No, 



THIS 12-SIZE GOLD FILLED CASE iL1?l^r''J,^ 



the very finest 14-karat solid jltoIiI case, extra thin 
model,"l3-size. two sizes sm;ilU-r tban tbe regular 
16-size and three sizes smaller than the regular IS- 
size. Plenty large enough for any gentleman, not 
a load in the pocket, but a thin, light, neat wat^-h and 
far more sensible than a heavy watch, also a VERY 
POPULAR SIZE for boys. 

THIS CASE IS THE HIGHEST GRADE GOLD FILLED 



warranted for twenty years, .% ctTtJtioate of tiuar- 
antee accompanying eaoii case. It is bunting style, 
fine engine turned in perfect imitation of solid gold, 
has solid grold antique bo^v and crown. 
We lit in this case the following movements: 



7 Jeweled New Yorit Standard or Trenton.. . . 

7 Jeweled No. 200 Grade Hampden 

II Jeweled EDGEMERE. SEARS. ROEBUCK 

& CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE 

11 Jeweled No. 206 Grade Hampden 

FulltSJeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK &CO.'S Special 

Full 15 Jeweled No. 213 Grade Hampden 

Full 17 Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPE- 
CIAL. Especially made. Tills is tiie greatest 
watch value ever oflered 



8 7.30 
9.14 

9.30 

10.6-4 

I0.75 

11.45 



I3.00 



46 SEARS, ROEBUCK &COm Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No, 112, 



BKAUTIFUL PATTERNS 

made by these four represen 
tative companies. 

OUR SEARS CASE 



FOR 
20 YEARS. 



'"I" P SEARS, DUEBER, ELGIN GIANT AND FAHYS 

We have selected the MOST | GUARANTEED OUR WRITTEN BINDING GUARANTEE 

Goes out with every case sold. 
YOU ARE DOUBLY FROTECTED, 
IS POSITIVELY A MASTERPIECE in the watch case manu- 
facturing art; it has positively the perfections of all, w^ith the 

faults of none. We fruarantue this case to be the most 
modern and up to date case manufactured; it is made 

A A Mg' MHEI^Si^K^^H U'^<^^*-'^ ''^ new method, used by no other. 

$wi4v vHS^i^E^filSRw ^^ '^^^ two plates of lO-karat solid 

gold, thiclc enough to wear for twenty 
years, covering a plate of base metal. 
#IC CA %^ .m^ ' extra stiffened, giving thecase greater 

$]OiDII ^w^f strength and durability. The pend- 

ants, joints and centers are reinforced, 
giving the case greater wearing power. 
Each case lias the latest antique 
bow; they are all hand eng^raved 
and hand chased. 

▼▼ T T ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ 

THE 
NEW 

SEARS 
CASE 

Excels in 
Quality and 
Perfection 
of Finish. 




GOLD FILLED, HUNTING AND OPEN 
FACE, SCREW BACK AND BEZEL, DUST 
AND DAMP PROOF CASES. 

$6.45 TO $16.50 

Picture of our 13- 

Jeweled EDGEMEKK 

fitted in our .SEAKS 

CASE for 



GCABANTEED FOR 30 YEAKS. 

No 4T420 Open Face, Screw Bacic and BezeL 

No. 4T4'/J3 Ab above, Engine Turned or Fluiu Polished 

No. 4T424 Hunting Style. 

No. 4T4a6 Aa above, Engine Turned or Plain Polished, 




GCARANTEEU FOR 20 YEARS. 

No. 4T428 Open Face, Screw Back and B«zel. 
No. 4T430 Hunting Style. 



OrARANTKEU FOR 5 
No. 4T4.T3 Open Face, Screw 
No. 4T434 Unnting Style. 



fitted 

witli 

the 

12-Jeweled 
Edgemere, 




EVERY CASE IS THOROUGHLY INSPECTED 

leavinjc oureBtablishment. SECONDS CANNOT PASS; they are Immediately broken 
ap, stripped of their gold and thrown iuto tlte melting pot. 



for blemishes or imperfec- 
tions before leaving the 
factory and af^ain before 



O YEARS. 
BacIc and Bezel 



THE 
SEARS 

Is the 
lates t 
and 
boflt made 



THE OPEN FACE CASES SHOWN ON THIS PAGE ARE ALL 
SCREW BEZEL AND SCREW BACK. 



WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE 
FOLLOWING 16-SIZE MOVEMENTS; 

7 JEWELED ILLINOIS WATCH CASE CO.S MOVEMENT 
FULL 12 JEWELED EDGEMERE, S£ARS, ROEBUCK 

& CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE 
FULL 15 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S 

SPECIAL 

FULL 17 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK &. CO.'S 

SPECIAL. ESPECIALLY MADE 

THE GREATEST WATCH VALUE EVER OFFERED. 



OPEN 
FACE 


HUNTING 
STYLE 


S6.45 


99.00 


8.25 


I0.80 


9.95 


12.50 


13.95 


I6.SO 



GrAKANTEEI) FOR 20 TEARS. 
No. 4T4.'56 Open Face, Screw BacIf and BezeL 
No. 4T438 HuntioK Style, 



Qtteil 
with 



ELGIN 



AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED 
ON PAGES 38 TO 64. 



17 Jeweled 

Adjusted 

Movement, 




Case No. 4T4.S3 fitted wltli our 

17- jeweled 

SEARS, ROEBCCK & CO.'S 

SPECI.41. FOR S13.95 

ii4 bound to give you entire 

satisfaction. 





♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 






Our 16-SIZE 
SPECIAL 




si^'^S 


i SEARS, 




E^jA ■ ^Kk 


L ROEBUCK 
1 & CO.'S 
i MOVEIWENT 


1 ^ 


P 


y is a master- 
' piece in the 
watch 
making 
art. 





♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 

<JIIAR.\>"TKED FOK 30 VEAKS. 
No. 4T444 Open Face, .Screw Bacli and Bezel, 
Vo. -^446 Uuutiug Style. 




GUAKANTEEU FOR aO YEARS. 
No. 4 T440 Open Face, Screw B»cl< and BezeL 
No. 4T443 Hunting Style. 



GUARANTEED FOK aO VEARS, 
Xo. 4T448 Open Face. Screw Biicl< and BezeL 
Vo. 4T450 Hunting Stylt 



"-----'' GUARANTEED FOR 80 YEARS. 

No. 4T453 Open Face, Screw Bacli and Bezel 
No. 4T4S4 Hunting Style 






SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., C heapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 47 

'lR*i*u"NT*5Krs^^?l DUEBER HAMPDEN COMPLETE WATCHES 

25-YEAR WARRANTED FILLED CASES. 



U/F nPFFR AT CM 7'9 "r^^ i8-size hampden watch 

lYL Urrtn hi Ol'ril^ CO.-S complete watch. The case 

is goiusnteed 14-karat gold filled aud warranted for a term of 35 years' 
wear. The movement is the General Stark, 15 jeweled, e.xactly as described. 
Never before in tlie history of the watch business lias such values 
"^een offered for the money. 



THE MOVEMENTS. 



$14.72 

OR 

$15,18 




AT $17.48 



WE SELL the 

SAME CASE (itted 

with the Daeber 

Grand movement, exactly as described. 

THE ENGRAVINGS ^.".e^UVe^r" ''■ 

Hampden Complete Watches U 
handwork. 



Description of the 

Dueber Grand 

Movement. 

Nickel, 17 ruby and 
sapphire jewels i n 
romposition settings, 
adjusted, Breguet 
hair spring, patent 
regulator, mean time 
screws, bright flat 
screws, elegantly en- 
i^raved and damas- 
keened, ^old letter- 
ing, Arabic or Roman 
dial, red marginal 
figures. 




We can recommend any one of the moveiaenta 

quoted as being an accurate timekeeper, perfectly 
finished in every (letail, stem wind and lever set, all the latest modern Im- 
provements being employed. They poHitlvely are up to date in every respect. 
Weguaranteethema^alnstdefective material and workmanship for a 
lerm of five years, if the watch is handled carefully it will wear a 
aatural lifetime. 



Description ol the John Hancock Movement. 

Nickel, ti 1 One ruby and sapphire 
jewels in gold settings, escapement cap 
jeweled, compen- 
sation balance, 
fold screws, ad- 
usted to temper- 
ature, isochron- 
ism and position, 
Breguet hair- 
spring, mean t ime 

f^rews, new mod- 

. micrometer 

egulator, bevel 

ead screws, pat- 

ut center pinion, 

nely polished 
.teei work, double 
sUnk glass enamel 
dial, elegantly 
finished nickel 

f)lates with gold 
ettering, the best 
finish through- 
out, very closely 
timed. 



No,4T463 Open Face Jointed Case, 

14-karat gold filled, warranted 25 years. 

No. 1X464 Hunting Style Case, 
same make and quality as above. 
Description of the General Stari( Movement 

Nickel, 15 ruby jewels in composition 
settiiigs, Breguet hairspring, mean 
time screws, patent regulator, bright 
flat screws, engraved and damas- 
keened, gold lettering, Arabic or Ro- 
man dial, red marginal figures. 



No. 4T466 
No. 4T4ti8 



Open FaceJolnied Case. I4KGoId Filled, warranted 25 years. 
Hunting Style Case. Same make and quality as above. 




Compare our prices with those of others and be 
convinced that we are tlie cheapest. 



With 15 jeweled General Stark 

With 17 jeweled Dueber Grand 

With 17 jeweled Dueber Watch Co.. 
Witli 21 Jeweled John Hancock. 



No. 4T462 
No. 4T-»66 
No. 4T470 
Open Face 



814.72 
17.48 
23.00 
89.45 



No. 4T464 

^o. 4T468 

No. 4T472 

Hunting 



815.18 
17.95 
23.46 
29.90 



No. 4T470 Open Face Jointed 

Case, warranted 25 years. 
No. 4T47 3 Hanting Style Csae, 

same make and quality as above. 

No charges tor repairs on watches or clocks 
will be allowed unless our written con- 
sent is first secured in advance. 



6-SIZE SILVERINE. open face or hunting style. 



$2.90 

TO 

$8.92 




Open Face Style. 
Hanting Style. 



SOMETHING NEW. 

OUR 6-SIZE SILVERINE WATCHES in 

hanting and open face style. SUverlne is one 
of the newly compounded metals. It looks like 
silver, wears like silver, has the same color and 
appearance as silver, but is very much tougher, 
and costJij less. At 82.90 to 88.92 we are offer- 
ing these silverine ladies' watches, 

WE HAVE HAD MANY INQUIRIES 

for this sort of a watch and have 
sold by letter a great many of theui. 

This prompted us to have made for us 
a larg-e quantity at a price that we 
heretofore have been unable to g-et. 
We are thus able to offer these as- 
tounding-ly low figures. 

THE MOVEMENTS 

are all representative makes, eaoh 
one of them is guaranteed an accur- 
ate timekeeper and 

WE FULLY WARRANT THEM 
FOR A TERM OF 5 YEARS 

aguinst defective material or work- 
manship. 



6-SIZE SILVERINE. 



7 jeweled New York Standard or Trenton., 

7 jeweled No. 200 Grade Hampden 

H jeweled EDGEIWERE, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S 

SPECIAL MAKE 

11 jeweled No. 206 Grade Hampden 

F«U 16 jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.SSPECIAL 
Foil 15 jeweled No. 213 Grade Hampden 
F«ni7 jeweled SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL. 
Especially made. This is the greatest watch value ever offered. 



I2-$IZE SILVER AND SOLID NICKEL WATCHES, 

LATEST STYLE. NEWEST MODEL. y^^^^^ 

HUNTING CASE OR OPEN FACE. /ifammlk tC Qfl 

THKSK WATCH CASKS are solid siiv<^r or solid Bl WUffP )mI VWi»IU 

nickel through aud through, fitted with the ^^rg^MW ^'^aMy TO 

lO JEWELED EDCEMERE MOVEMENT, >Mjja!F^ ' 

manufactured for our especial use and guaran*eed h i S SoaDw 

for a term of five years, makes an idful watch. It Is — rst^msm^ ▼ "^. 
large enough for time keeping, yet small 
enough not to bulge or weigh down the 
pocket. This size watch is recognized by 
all experts as being perfect. 

Description of the Edgemere Movement. 

19-QI7F op^D face or hunting; nickel. 
' ^*wlIC bright polished damaskeened 
plates; 10 fine ruby jewels, Breguet hair 
spring, cutbalance. patent pinions, bevel- 
ed screw heads, exposed winding- arrangre- 
ment, double sunk dial, moon nands and 
red marginal figures. 



AT $3.75 AND $4.75 

WE OFFKR ONK OF THE GKKATEST 
OF BARGAINS IN THE WAT OF X 

BOYS' SOLID SILVER WATCH 

Either way, open face at $3.75, or hunting at $4.75 each. 

THF^F WATnHFC are the ideal size for a l>oy. Tbe 
■ nb«b HMIUnEO g3(^,.^ j.i2„ ^^ picture. They are 
sntid .silver throuffh and thri>uifh. stem wind and stem 
. set, beautifully hand engraved, porfwt joints, close fitting 
lids, beavy and durable. 

JUST THE KIND OF A WATCH 
YOUR BOY SHOULD HAVE 

ELGm AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PAGES 38 TO 64. 





No. 4T480 Nickel. Open Face 
Screw Back and Bezel $5.90 

No. 4T482 Nickel. Hunting. .. 6.22 

No. 4T484 Silver, Open Face 
Screw Back and Bezel 7.22 

No. 4T486 Silver. Hunting... 8.05 

ILLUSTRATION SHOWS 

t he Kilpeiiiere >Ioveinent 
fitted ill any one of the 
above casesat $5.90 to $8.05, 
according to style and kind of case. 



Boys* Size. Solid SUrer. 



THE MOVEMENTS OF THESE WATCHES 

ARE IMPORTED SWISS ONES. 

THEY HAVE 7 JEWELS "le bridging beaatlfuljy 
inCI nHIC I dCnCLO, damaskeened, perfectlj 
liiiLshed throughout and will keep very gtx>d time. Never 
liefore h;is such a splendid watch been offered for anyttiog 
ike the price. 

$3.75 IN OPEN FACE OR $4.75 IN HUNTING. 

ORDER BY NUMBER. 

Please your boy : order one and let him have a gemiin* 
Solid Silver Watch. 

No. 4T488 Hunting Style 84.78 

No. 4T490 Upen Face 3.78 



48 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



FOR 25 



LADIES' 6-SIZE GOLD FILLED CASES, GUARANTEED y».s. 



IF YOU WANT 



TO OWN THE BEST GOLD FILLED 

WATCH MANUFACTURED, buy one of the 

celebrated makes we illustrate here. Sears, Dueber, Joseph 
Fahys and lUinoU Commander cases are positively the best, 

THEY ABE GUARANTEED izr:inr:.r/\treiZi^^'i 

g^uarantee the movements for a term of five years against 
defective material or workmanship, but they undoubtedly 
will wear as lonf? as the cases. You can afford to buy the best. 
S3.05 aiid Upwards is our Price for these Watches. 




Money Cheerfully Refunded 
if goods are not found 
as represented. 




AT $10.05 

OUR SEARS CASE 

fitted with our 11- 
Jeweled 6-size 
Edgemere gives you 
the best case made 
and 5-year guaran- 
teed movement. 



WE OFFEA YOU 



il 



A GREATER VARIETY OF CASES AND 
MOVEMENTS THAN YOU FIND IN EX- 
CLUSIVE JEWELRY STORES; oar styles are the latest; every 
watch is guaranteed by us; we oflfer only reliable goods, and 
when you consider that our prices are far below any kind oX 
competition, we should certainly receive yonr order* 

We Believe In Buying and Selling the Best. 
When You Have a Sears Case, You Have the 
Best. 



12 Cents will carry any one 
of these watches to any 
part ofthe United States. 




Anybody can afford to 
buy a watch. See 
the prices below. 



$8.05 

TO 

$(3.75 



No. 4T500 14-K. 
r»nted 3S years. 



Filled. War- 



No. 4T504 Raised Gold Ornameota- No. 4T'>06 14-K. Filled. War- 
tton, 14-K. ailed. Warranted 26 years, ranted SS years. 



Bear in mind you can buy nothing better In 17-jeweied ^tade than the SEARS, ROEBCCK & CO.'S MOVEMENT 



$10.80 

TO 

$20.20 






We defy competition in 
the prices of goods 
quoted. 





Regarding the engravings: 
We generally have the ex- 
act pattern, if not. we will 
send a very similar design. 



No. 4T510 Raised Gold Orna- 
mentation, Fahys* 14K. Filled. 
Warranted 25 years. 

Mo. 4T5I1 Same as above. Dia- 
mond set. 

SEARS, ROEBUCK&CO.'S 

SpecLal 6-Size Movement. 

KUkeL, vprj elal>ormt«lr designed, 
4aaM«k«eaed ftnUh, 17 Jeweled, fall 
«amp«Ba«tluB baUnce whet-l, patent 
mfe^ aealer plaloo, nibj rullcr and 
paU«l egCHpemcal, bla* b**eli>d «dge, 
UgUj' poliihed sercwft. 



No. 4Tr»13 Fahys* 14-K. FUled. 
Warranted 25 years. 




We Fill Our Orders with 
the Utmost Care and 
Promptness. 




■tfreimeat eno<tlMt« of threi- Kepnrate 
Wi(^«8, artlKtlc&lly arroDfcid, iilsln 
wtitt^ hard eoameled dial and fanrf 
lila»M«el band*. We abcoluti-'T E:DRr> 
ABtbeJt to glTc pcrfMt ■atlaraetiuo. 




No. 4TG14 Fahys' 14-K. FlUed. 

Warranted 36 years. 
No. 4T&1B Same make. Knglne 
turned. 




No. 4Tftl8 Sears' 14-K. FiUed. 
Warranted 25 years. 




No. 4T'>20 I -1-K. FiUvd. 

Warranted 25 years. 
No. 4T522 Same make, 
piaiii engine turned. 



This Is the plctare of our 
11- jeweled Kdjjeniere we 
fit In these canes at S 1 0.O5 
to SI 6.50. We. warrant it 
an accurate tlmelceeper. 

At $10.05 to $16.50 our Edge- 
mere 11 ieweled movement fitted 
in any one of these cases means 
a bargain. 




These cases are all 
hand engraved and 
hand chased. 



$8.05 

AND UP. 




No. 4T.^>34 14-K. FUled. 
Warranted 25 years. 



No. 4T526 Sears' 14-K. Filled. 
Warranted 25 years. 



WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE FOLLOWING 6-SIZE 
MOVEMKNXS. 



7 JEWELED N EW YORK STANDARD 

71EWELED HAMPDEN 

11 JEWELED HAMPDEN 

EUU. nJEWELEDEDGEMEfiE. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL MADE 

FULL 15 JEWELED HAMPDEN 

FULL tS JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK &. CO.'S SPECIAL • „ .-i „, v : ,; . 
FULL 17 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL. The Greatest Watch Value 
«»er oflered 



Nos. 4TS08 4T516 4T52S 
4T600 4T612 4T518 4T624 
4T606 4T514 4T620 4TS2G 



9 8.06 

9.89 

11.27 

I0.05 

12.20 

II.50 
13.75 



No. 4TS04 
No. 4TS10 



S10.80 
12.64 
14.02 

I2.80 

14.95 
14.25 

I6.50 



No. 4T811 



814.S0 
16.34 
17.72 

I6.5Q 

18.68 

I7.9B 

20.2O 



ELCIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PACES 38 TO 64. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 4» 



/ 



EOLD 



3 



^J 



Vri 



X: 



:i^ 



TRADEft 



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.■siM 



tftfl-^ 



'■ms,^ 






^* 



w 






No. 4'i'3 J3 



DEDUCED 
-ROM . . . 

BiMJo$6.85 



vy 



No. 4T535 



'AD 0C OC THIS YEAK, THE SAME WATCH QUOTED 
Ull VUlOw LAST YEAR AT S8.50. This la a price much 
iwer than the jobber -who sapplies your regular dealer buys them 

t. Last year the sale for these watches was so great that we were 
Hie to make a new contract, in which we take the entire product of 
;e faot<jry. at a cost less than ever heaid of before. 

VEBY CASE MADE TO OUR OWN SPECIFICATIONS 

ND DESIGNS. The factory that makes them Is the largest and 
lost reliable watch case manufacturer in America. The concern 

IS the reputatioQ for the manufacture of the highest grade gold tilled 
fcsea. Tbeir name alone is a guarantee for quality. 

fE SAVE YOU ONE-HALF IN PRICE. ^^\f::V^J^rlVitf. 

material and labor, with only our one small percentage of profit 
Ided. Three profits are saved and you own the watch on the basis of 
;tual cost to make, with but one manufacturing profit added. 

YOU ARE PROTECTED BY A WRITTEN GUARANTEE WITH 
ANY OF THESE WATCHES YOU PURCHASE OF US . . . 

ESCRIPTION OF CASES Madeof twoplatesof soUd gold over fine 
fcjwniriiwn wr vwjfcji jj^rd comp<Kition metal, are thoroughly 



No. , -^ . 
4T537 Y 



N 



^^ 



ell made In every respect and beautifully engraved. They are warranted 
f guarantee, wl ' 
f) to wear and 



7 certifii.-ate of guarantee, which accompanies every case {see copy of guar- 
iteeln piciun*) to wear and retain their color for TWENTY YEARS. So 
r as finish, quality and design are concerned there is nothing made that 
ill surpass them. You must not get the impression on account of the low 
■ice that Ihey have an appearance of clieapness, for such is not the case, 
aey are in appearance, style, finish, durability and service, equal to any 
Lse made. 

llllY dJCTAUFPC of ours ovrn one of these w^atches. They are sat- 
lilll I Vm I VlflfcllO igfied in every way. We i^now you would be. We 
low by actual test exactly what these goods are and so can conscieu- 
auAly recommend them to you. 




This is a Picture taken 
direct from our 6-size 

15 Jeweled Movement, 

a movement we can guarantee to give 
entire satisfaction. 

Price, $10.30 

Fitted in any case illustrated liere. 



f^^ 



'4^ 



»\ 



No. *T539 



7 lEWELED NEW YORK STANDARD OR TRENTON * 6.85 

7 JEWELED No. 200 GRADE HAMPDEN OR ELGIN 8.69 

II awELED EDGEMERE, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 

MAKE 8.85 

VI JEWELED No. 206 GRADE HAMPDEN 10.07 

, IILL 16 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL I0.30 

I iILL IB JEWELED No. 213 GRADE HAMPDEN OR ELGIN 11.00 

! IILL 17 JEWELED SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 12.55 

Q ESPECIALLY MADE. This is the greatest watch value ever made. 

' IDNSIOER OUR GUARANTEE. Every case covered by special certificate of 
».»»».»fci. wii 141.....W.1 1 fcfci guarantee for twenty years. Every move- 
' lent fcaaranteed for live years, and so covered by a bindine guarantee. ELGIN 
- .TD WALTHAM W.\TCHKS QUOTEU ON PAGES 38 TO 64. 






No. 4TB 5 



No. 4TS I 



50 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.112. 



LADIES' 6-SIZE lO-KARAT COLD FILLED CASES. 



AT $7.35 YOUR CHOICE OF CASES, ANY ONE ON THIS PAGE, FITTED WITH THE NEW YORK STANDARD MOVEMENT. 



GUARANTEED BY THE MAKER FOR A TERM OF TWENTY YEARS. 

THE OLDEST MANUFACTURERS of sold aued cases, clalm that a 
« nfc vt.u^it I mnnurHU l uncn a go,,, puej ^.^se such as we iUns- 

trat* ia equal to any 8oli<t pohl one nianuf aotared, except in intrinsic valne. 

The name of Sears upon anygiild filled case and sisTied by the 
manufacturer is a guarantee of its perfection and durability. 
Twenty years is practically a lifetime, but we believe with the 
■wear that the average lady gives a watch, they will last lOyears. 

OUR WRITTEN BINDING GUARANTEE 
coes with each and every watch we sell ; the manufacturer 
Uliewise warrants them to be exactly as represented. 




13 cents will carry 
a ladies' ^vatcli to 
any point in the 
United States by 
registered mall; 
35 cents to any 
point by express. 



No. 4T562 10-K., Gold Filled, 
»0 yvoTS guaranteed. 
No. 4T5S4 Engine tnmed. 




THE MOVEMENTS ™" '^'^'" these watches are the best in the land, 
""• — "'wit.mfcn I J positively none better. We guarantee them to you 
for a term of five years against defective material or workmanship. 

FOR flMElTEEPING Q UALITIES. ^7^;i,';-m\*XrnS?„''r''a 

w^atch that is recogrnized as the correct thing, we can recommend 
the 6-8ize cases manufactured by Joseph Fahys, Sears, John C. 
Daeberand Illinois Watch Case Co. Giant have no superiors. 
IP YOU WILL ^^ over our prices carefully, compare tliem 
IF I UW fWlUI, ^ith tlie prices on these goods asked by deal- 
ers everywhere, you will not only send us your order but you - 
will wonder how^ we can make such remarkably lo'w prices. 



OUR 6-SIZE 17-JEWEL 

movement is the most re- 
liable ladies' size move- 
ment made. 



$7.35 

to 

$13.05 



No. 4T656 10-K., Gold Filled, 
no years guaranteed. 




No. 4T557 lu-K.. GuldFUle 
20 years guaranteed. 



No. 4TS60 10-K., Sears' 
Filled, 20 years guaranteed. 



rafuys 




REGARDING THE 
ENGRAVINGS 

We generally have the 
exact pattern. II not, we 
will send a very similar 
design. 




You will not be disap- 
pointed in the 

Timekeeping Qualities, 

of the 



Special Movement. 




EVEKY CASE 
GUARANTEED 

...FOR... 
20 TEARS. 



cmB 



$7.35 

to 
$13.05 



Na 4T563 10-K.. Gold 
Ft]le4, 30 years guaranteed. 




No. 4T564 lO^K., Gold Filled, 
20 years guaranteed. 



No. 4T568 lO-K., Gold FUled, 
20 years guaranteed. 

No. 4T57 Eugiue turned. 



N0.4T573 10-K., Sears' Oold< 
Filled, 1^0 years guaranteed. 



$TJS 
$i3J5 




COMPARE ^^^ watch prices with those 
y vmrNiib quoted by others and note the 



dilference In our favor. 




No. 4T574 10-K., Gol 
Ftll«d, SO-years guaranteed. 



This is a picture of our 
6-Slze Sears. Roebuck & 
Co.'s 16-Jew«led Move- 
ment. A movement we 
can recoiumend as an ac- 
curate timekeeper. This 
movement fitted into a 
Sears case at 910.80 is a 
bargain. 




SEE OUR PRICES; "»ake no mistake. Any 



from »7.35 to ]iftl3.05. 



I one of these watches 




S7.35 

to 
$13.05 



No. 4T5Tti 1(»-K„ Gold 
Filled, ^O years guaranteed. 



This is a picture of our 6- 
Size Sears, Roebuck &Co.'8 
Special 17-Jcweied Move- 
ment. We guarantee this 
movement to give you al>- 
solute satisfaction. Fitted 
into the Sears case at 
SI 3.^5 makes it a rare 
bargain. 




No. 4T57H 10-K., Seam' Gol< 
Filled, 20 years guaranteed. 



WE FIT ANY ONE OF THESE CASES WITH THE FOLLOWING 6-SIZE MOVEMENTS AT $7.35 TO $I3.05. 

7 Jeweled New York standard or Trenton Q 7.3J 

7 jeweled N©. 300 Grade Hampden 9.11 

11 Jeweled EDGEMERE. SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO. 'S SPECIAL' make!. '.!!!.'!!!!!!![!'.!'.;;*.'.;;;;;;;! '.!!"*.;;!!!i!!!*.l!l!!!!'.'.!;!;!!'.!!'.'.!',ir.r.l!Ili'.'.'. 9.3! 

1 1 jeweled No. t>06 lirade Hampden 10 fl' 

Foil 15. jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & co/s SPECIAL !..'...!.".'.'.'.'.'..'."!.*.'.'!*'*"!."! .".'!!.'!..'."!;!.'•!"!." [i!!!!,.!!;. I.".!;.... lO 8< 

7uU 115 Jeweled No. 313 Grade Hankpden * ' * llIS' 

P«a rT Jewrfed SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 'S SPECIAL. ESPECIALLY WADE. "This'ts the greatMt watch' Wine ever offered' '!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"!'!!!!!"!!! <3.0I 



EI^GIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PAGES 38 to 64. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 51 



L4DIEd' 0-»IZE COLD FILLED WATCHES. 

GUARANTEED FOR TWENTY-FIVE YEARS' WEAR. 



MANTTFACTrRED BY THE MOST REPRESENTATIVE 
GOLD FILLED CASE MANIIFACTUKEKS IN THE WORLD. 

rHF nUALITY DF THESE CASES ^ ""' highest. They are H-karat 
IHt yUMLIII ur intoc uhjej gold filled, pruardnteed to wear for a 
>erin of 35 years. Nothing superior made. No case better in ttie niarltet. 

rhey lead tiiera all. Tlie size is the very latest and best adapted for ladles' 
ise. The designs are artistic copies of the highest grade solid gold patterns, 
rhe general finish is the same as in solid gold. They are hand engraved 
ihroughout. The antique bow and crown, lips and joints are perfect In every 
letai 1 

THE GUARANTEE GIVEN: Eacli case (s warranted by ttie maker, 
»Dd Tve send, togetlier withi tills, our own special binding guarantee. 

DESCRIPTION OF OUR 0-SIZE, 15 JEWELED EDGEMERE MOVEMENT. 



THF NFW ^FAR^ HA^F lias tlie perfections of all with the fanlto of 
inc ntw otHno wHot ^^^^ Vou cannotmake abctterselection. You 
cannot have a higher grade gold filled case. You will have a watch that will 
satisfy you. Two heavy plates of the finest grade of 14-karat gold overlying 
an extra stiffened composition metal makes the Hc^rs case pf^itively, with no 
exceptions, one of the highest grade and best watch cases ever placed ui>on 
the market. Kemeraber, the cheapest Is not always the best, but we claim our 
Sears case is without a question the best. At »ll.eo for a Seant case, 
our 15 Jeweled Edgemere movement, as shown In Illustration, gives you a 
watch case of the highest grade and a movement with accurate time keeping 
qualities such as could not he procured fordonble 1 he price. 

Our $ 1 1 .60 price leads them all for such a watch. 

Solid nickel plates through and through, 15 finely polished ruby jewels, cut balance, 
lever escapement, patent pinion, perfect in finish and detail, and warranted for 5 year*. 



S8.30 

TO 

S11.60 




REMEMBER /;.. 

are not .siitistied 
after buyiug, re- 
turn the n'atch 
and we vrlll re- 
fuud the money. 




No. 4T600 

14-karat. Guaranteed for 35 

years* wear. 



No. 4T601 
14-karat. Ouaranteed for 35 
years' wear. 




12 cents will carry 

ladies' watch by 

registered mail to 

any part ol the U. S. 



<WK^i 




No. 4T610 

14-karat. Guaranteed for 35 

years* wear. 



No. 4T613 
14-kaiHt. Guaranteed for 25 
years' wear. 



S8.30 
TO 

SlljfiO 




Try our Edgemere 
Movement and be 
satisfied. 

We carry only the 
most celebrated and 
standard goods 
made. 




No. 4T618 

14-karat. Guaranteed for 35 

years' wear. 



Nos. 4T630 
14-karat. Guaranteed for 25 

years* ivear. 

No. 4T6 3 3 Plain Engine 

Turned. Same qiialit.v. 



REGARDING THE EN- 
GRAVINGS, WE GENER- 
ALLY HAVE THE EXACT 
PATTERN; IF NOT, WE 
WILL SEND A VERY SIMI- 
LAR DESIGN. 




This is a picture taken 
direct from our 15- jeweled 
Edgemere,the on ly and best 
15 jeweled movement on the 
market. We warrant it for 
five years. 




This is the picture of 
the Atlas movement we 

Ht in any of these cases 
for S8.30 to S14.75. 



Hand engraved, hand chased 
and genuine antique bow. 




This is the picture of 
the 7 jeweled grade 0-size 
Suffolk. 





The higher thegrade 
the better the time. 
We advocate higher 
jeweling than the 7 
jewel grades. 



$14.75 

TO 
SI 8.05 




No. 4Tfi03 Gold Ornamented. 

14-lcarat. Guaranteed for 35 

years' wear. 



No. 4T608 Gold Ornamented 

and Diamond Set. 

14-lcarat. Guaranteed for2S 

years' wear. 




Latest designs and 
prettiest patterns 
are the only ones 
we carry in stock. 




No. 4T614 
14-karat. Guaranteed for 
36 years' wear. 



No. 4T616 

Set wltti 4 Genuine Diamonds. 

14-karat. Guaranteed for 36 

years' wear. 




The Sears cases 
we can recommend 
for elegant finish 
and durability. 



$8.30 
TO 

$11.60 




No. 4T634 
14-karat. Guaranteed for 
35 years' ivear. 



No. 4T626 

14-karat. Guaranteed Jor 

35 years' wear. 



WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE FOLLOWING 0-SIZE MOVEMENTS 

AT $8.30 TO $I8.05. 

WE RECOMMEND THE 15-JEWELED EDGEMERE MOVEMENT AND SEARS CASE 

AT SII.60. 


N.I. 4T60O No. 4T618 
N... 4T601 No. 4T630 
No. 4T610 No. 4T633 
No. 4T612 No. 4T624 
No. 4T614 No. 4T62W 


No. 4T602 
No. 4T616 


No. 4T608 


1 jeweled Atlas 


S 8.30 
9.80 

11.60 


811.05 

13.55 

14.35 


• 14776 


7 Jeweled Suffolk 


16 25 


FuU 15 Jeweled EDGEMERE, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE 


I8.05 



T'. SIN AND WALTHAM IVATCHES QtTOTED ON PAGES 38 TO 64, 



53 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOCUg No. H2. z 

ANOTHER CUT IN PRICES 

ON 

LADIES' HIGHEST GRADE 0-SIZE GOLD FILLED WATCHES 





^ 




^^'"'oj 




i^^^^ 


$10.40 

high grade 


Buys our 15 jeweled Edge- 
mere.fi tted in any of these 
cases you may select. 



ONLY $7.10 



for your choice of these beaatifally engraved, hig^h grade cases, as shown 
below, Btted with the genuine 7 Jeweled ATLAS MOVEALENT. 



The Latest Styles. All Selected from This Fall's Designs. Never Before Shown. We Own the 
Exclusive Right to These Patterns. You Cannot See Them Elsewhere. 

TUIEI IfC niCCCQCIIT DATTCDUC flC PACEC to select from and all the latest designs. fVe namestly be- 
IWCHC UirrCnCni rmiCnna Ur UMJKJ w^ms that such a handsome, high grade, gold UUed watch 

was never hefore olVered for as little money as 817.10. It is a price that others would find impossible to duplicate, a 

price that Is made possible only by reason of our immense outlet for high grade watches. 



THESE LADIES' . HAKDSOME . 0-SIZE CASES . ;;."\Z*?if 1"';^.: 

market. They are made by the most reputable watch case manufacturer In 
America, made by tiie highest grade metliod there is, on lieavy plates of solid 
gold over an inner plate of hard composition metal, and are guaranteed by our 
special certificate to wear for twenty years. They come in tlje 0-size. one size 
smaller than the remiiare-size. the most popular, stylish and handsome size 
for ladies' wear made. They are beautifully engraved and decorated and the 
latest style antique bow and winding crown or stem wind and stem set hunting 
■ Pie. 



case styii 



GUARANTEED FOR TWENTY YEARS. 



nilR I AniCC) UCW n CI7P 20-vear guaranteed gold tilled watches 
UUn LHUICO new WJIfcC ^t ST.IO and upwards are the grreatest 
values ever ollered in the highest grade gold filled watches, made In this 
popular and stvlish small size. 

CCC TUC DDIPE I ICT RCI nUI 87.10 to 814.00 for any caa« 11- 
atC inC rnlbC LIOI PCmn. lustratedon thl» page, fitted with 
any one of the high grade movements as quoted. 



Aim nBATrnTlUC nrrrn. if, after TOC examine the W.VTCH TOU get, yon do not tind it in kvebv way ] 
UUn rnUlbUlIlk UrrClfS represented and warranted, return It to us, and we wiU REFUND YOU THE PURCHASE PRICE. 




THE 

EDGEMERE IS 

OCR LATEST 

MOVEiMKNT 

B.4.KUAIN. 




CHARGES FOR REPAIRS on watches or 

cloclis will be allowed unless our 

written consent Is first secured in advance. 

^fllU price ever Icnown 
^H^^H^ on any case fitted 
with the 7 -Jeweled Atlas 
movement. 



THE GREATEST WATCH 

VALUES IN THE WORLD. 



No. 4T64a 



rOU CAN 

HAKE MONEV 

SELLING 

THESE 

WATCHES. 





TOU HAVE 
VOUR CHOICE 

OF CASES. 



No. «T643 



This Is tlie picture of our 15 
jeweled Waltham, O-sizo. 

We fit in any case on tliit page, 
(14.00. 





SELECT 

ANY 

MOVEMENT 

AS QUOTED 

BELOW. 






tin yin^">^ °"'' '^ ie^eled 

No. 4T647 No. 4T649 9 1 U ■t'U Edgemere. fitted in No 4T651 No. 4T664 

any of these high grade case* 

OUR O-SIZE y^^^^v ""' "•*' ««lect. JEWELERS 

EDGEMERE AT ^ ik .^^^^^Ss>^ .i^-^&v ASK 

MOVEMENT HAS K (lSjnaf>g ..^^Sfiia^^ /r-nr-TXv 50 PER CENT ^ _^ , 

15 FINE '^^^U^^^ i^^aKfeSli^^ ^-^MCi^ MORE FOR *&,[t?&VC! 

RUBY JEWELS, ^^a^ iW^r^KS^iaW \^^5a»»^ watches ^gf'SiS'ij 

OF 

^^^ SAME GRADE. 

mfl' ''^ .^& Mam \^sSS^^K^kS^^"^(^^^i It is American made. It has ""'"'' "■- *^«i l*...B 

wA' ^^'St iMiCF <inMln!^^H^3K^" \va!^K} " 8°® ruljy jewels, solid 

'iti'' ' ^t^ .[mBf vaHwKBI BEfe j^gg? AlTSy nicl;el damaslccened plati'S. 

fc't ^^^^^^^%^^^~ _a^B^ ^Sip^wMiiiS^S^^S^y' perfectly cut expansion bal- 

~~ ""^^^^^^^^^F >NKr^^«B^^R^^^^Kr lance wheel, genuine lever %^?^'TI/'^".>^Cl4^ 

^^^^^^^^ ^^M^^'^BBK&flC^ escapement, lever set and ^^^^-'t^^"*®**"^'-^: 

^ ^^alHl^ ^^^ perfectly finished through- ^S^^^ 

^^^^s^^s^^^ out. Fitted in any case here ^""«ae 

No. 4T656 No. 4T6Si"» for $8.60. No. 4T659 No. 4T661 

WE CAN FIT THESE MOVEMENTS IN ANY OF THE ABOVE CASES. 

1 Jeweled Atlas ,.8 7.10 I Full I 5 leweled EDGEMERE. SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S Special Malce S40.4O 

7 Jewded SolToIli 8.eo Full 15 Jeweled Elgin or Waltham 14.00 

7 Jeweled Elgin or Waltham 10.30 | 

WE GUARANTEE ANY OF THE ABOVE MOVEMENTS FOR FIVE YEARS. 

ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PAGES 38 TO 64. 




SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.n2. 63 



LADIES' 0-SIZE lO-KARAT GOLD 
FILLED WATCHES 

GUARANTEED FOR 20 YEARS. 




AJ $7.60 10 $13.20 




according to the prices listed below, we 
offer tlieee tiandsome, beautifully eiig^raved, 

———^^-^^^^^•^^^^^^ guaranteed watrhes, rnado by the most re- 
&pon>,ible aiiu representative manufacturers, at prices tliat are l)eIow any liind 
ot cempetition. At S7.60 to S13. 20, according to the movement selected, you 
can buy from us a ladies' 0-size, lO-iiarat case, 20-year guaranteed watcli, the 
equal of what would cost you elsewhere 30 to 30 per cent more money. 

MERY MOVEMENT WE OFFER IS HIGH GRADE. ZZe^^^rdn- 

not be excelled. It is the very latebt de8lgu and highest grade, and perfect 
in every way. 

EVERY CASE IS A GEM OF THE ENGRAVER'S ART, Hpe^ci^ '^^t- 

tention to the liaudwonie SKARS' C.\SE, as shown below. Every case repre- 

seDts a standard fur quality. Whether you select a Dueber. Fahys, Sears 

12 CEXT-S WILL CARRY ANY ONE OF THESE WATCHES TO ANY 



or Giant case, you cannot make a mistake. We would not handle them If tliey 
were not high grade as represented. There are no better cases made. We can 
save you so much money on thctse watches because we buy the cases and the 
movements direct from th« manufacturers in the lar^st quHutities. They do 
not go through the usual change of hands and continuous proHt« from manu- 
facturer to Jobber, to retailer, etc., as Is usual with watches handled by the 
ordinary metliods. Our volume of sales enables us to ask a smaller margin of 
profit than other dealers can he content with. 

mTft nilDI IPATC these watches anywhere you please and note tiie 
III UUrLlwHIC difference In price In our favor. All we ask Is a 
comparison uf mir goods and prices. Uo not forget that our written binding 
guarantee togetlier with that of the manufacturer goes with every watch 
sold. Understand, while you must send the full amount of cash with your 
order, if the watch when received does not prove entirely satisfactory in every 
way, you can return it to us and we will Immediately return your money. 
P.\RT OF THE UNITED STATES BY MAIL. 28 CENTS BY EXPRESS. 



$7.60 

TH.) 

$10.90 




We will treat you 
as we would like 
to be treated were 
we in your place. 




Regarding the en- 
gravingswe gener- 
allvhave the exact 
pattern. If not, we 
will send a very 
similar design...... 



No. 4T67 3 
Guaranteed (or 20 Years. 




No. 4TG74 
Guaranteed for 20 Years. 



$7.60 

TO 

$10.90 




THESE PICTURES 
SHOW THE EX- 
ACT SIZE OF 
THE WATCHES. 





Pictures show 
tlie exact size 
of watch. 




We know that you 
would be a steady cus- 
tomer if you bought 
once. 



$7.60 

TO 

$10.90 



No. 4T678 Colored Gold 

Ornamented. 
Guaranteed for 20 Years. 




No. 4T«»2 
Guaranteed for 20 Year*. 



FOR PRICES SEE LIST AT 
BOTTOM OF PAGE. 



No. 4T684 
Ooaranteed (or 20 Years. 



FOR PRICES SEE LI.ST AT 
BOTTOM OF PAGE. 



Jfo. 4X686 Engraved. 
No. 4T688 Gold Ornamented. 
Guaranteed (or 20 Years. 



No. 4T689 
Guaranteed for 20 Years. 



$7.60 

TO 

$10.90 



We fill orders 
with prompt- 
ness and care. 




N<i. 4T0i<4 

No. 4T695 Plain Engine Turned. 
Guaranteed (or 20 Years. 




No. 4T696 
Guaranteed for 20 Years. 



TRY OUR 15-JEWELED 
EDGEMERE MOVEMENT 

$100 ^oSM 

Fitted in any one of these Cases 





These cases come 
with assorted 
engravings, a 
the new designs 



$7.60 

TO 

$i0.9D 




No. 4T«90 
Guaranteed (or 20 Years. 



No. 4T693 
Guaranteed for 20 Ye«n. 



This is the picture of the 
15 jeweled Edgemere Move- 
ment. We advocate IB JEW- 
ELED MOVEMENTS. 




For prices on 
these cases with 
different move- 
ments, see price 
list below. 



$7.60 

TO 

$10.90 




No. 4T698 
Guaranteed for 20 Years. 



No. 4T700 
Guaranteed for 20 Years. 



WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE FOLLOWING O-SIZE MOVE- 
MENTS: 

WE RECOMMEND 15 JEWELED MOVEMENTS. 



7 Jeweled Atlas . . . . 

7 Jeweled Suffolk 

FULL 15 JEWELED EDGEMERJ SEARS. ROEBUCK t'cO.'SSPECULMAKE: I! I! ! 



PRICES OP COMPLETE WATCH. 



NOK. 4T«ra. 4TT64, 4TBTH, 

4T«Ka, iTfiH4. 4T«H«, 
4T(iM!> «T«!"(>. 4T«!»S, 
4Tli!>4. tTKHr., 4T«»6, 
4T»>IIK. 4T.UO. 



« 7.80 
9.10 

I0.90 



No. 4T678 



No. 4T6SS 



S 9.4S 
10.95 
12.75 



S 9.90 
11.40 
13.20 



g4 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 1 12. 




This Is the picture 
made direct from the 
phot(%raph of the 15- 
jeweled Diadem 400-size 
Hampden Movement. 



i£ 



THE FOUR HUNDRED" 



Smallest American 
Watch Made. 
Handsomest 

IN 14-KARAT SOLID GOLD AND 14-KARAT GOLD FILLED. GUARANTEED FDR 25 YEARS' WEAR. PRICEsTrEDUcVd AGAIn! 

"MOLLY STARK" IS THE NAME OF THE 7 JEWELED HAMPDEN MOVEMENT. "DIADEM" IS THE NAME OF THE 15 JEWELED HAMPDEN MOVEMENT 
WE WARRANT THESE GOODS BEING EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. 



$16.55 AND $19.35 l-„l*-.t!— ^ g"ii''i^°ii' «^''— 
HIGHEST GRADE GOLD FILLED MODEL. ^fl^U'^'^ltoi 

Case Co., at Canton, Ohio, from extra heavy plates of 1 4-karat 
solid gold over an Inner plate of hard composition metal, and 
is guaranteed to wear for 35 years. A written binding 25 years' 
certificate of guarantee signed by John C. Dueber himself 
accompanies each case, by the terms and conditions of which 
if the case wears through or changes color within 25 years it 
........ ..... ...... . .....will be replaced with a new one FREE OF CHARGE. 

WHEN YOU BUY A WATCH FROM U S f"" f'V'"'^"'^'*,'" ",1^^ ™- 

:iii — "*"" — y^ spect. We guarantee It to you 



toJ)elneyery way as represented. If not found so after a most thorough 
exambkation, RKTUKN it AT OCR EXPENSE and we wlU cheerfully 
refimd your money. 



$11.00 AND $13.80 '^"'"^^P^'^'^'o'le^accordlngtograde 
^ '.^v <yi«j.«v> „, n,o,ement lor gold tilled. 

THE DUEBER "4nn"-SI7F IstheeiactslzeasUlMtrated; 

!"'■ ""'•°'-" HUU ailC all the rage in large cities: very 

damty, very handsome and just as durable, just as accurate 
as the largest sizes. 

THESE "4nn"-^l7F HA^F^ are stem wind and stem set 
^ . J " hunting cases, elaborately en- 

graved, decorated and ornamented as shown in Illustrations, 
made with the latest style handsome antique bow. 

IN Id-KARAT SO! in fidl R y" '**''•"'"■»*«•» second to none. They have 
in If ^HnHI OULIU OULU j„st ^een put on the market and are meeting 



with great success. 

DON'T PAY RETAIL PRICES for watches when you can buy the 

latest "400"-size complete wilh a 7 jeweled movement for $11.00. 




Remember, 
for 50 cents 
less than price 
quoted we can 
furnish open 
face case. 



Ko. 4T7aO 14-K. sued. No. 4T78* 

No. 4T72S 14-K. solid gold. No. 4T736 

REGARDING EN- 
GRAVINGS. We gener- 
all)iha»e exact patterns, 
when not procurable we 
will send a verisimilar 
new design. 






No. 4T7 34 14-K. filled. 
No. 4T736 14-K. eoUdgrold, 



The higher the 
grade the more 
accurate the 
time. 




Gold tilled case 
813,80, with IS 
Jeweled Hamp- 
den movement. 




Solid gold case 
fitted with IS 
jeweled move- 
ment, S19.35. 




$8.43 

AND 

$8.86 



Nq. 4T738 14-K. filled. No. 4T743 14-K. filled. No. 4TT46 14-K. tilled. No. 4T7I50 14-K, filled. No. 4T754 14-K. tilled. 

No. 4T740 14-K. solid gold. No. 4T744 14-K. soUd gold. No, 4T748 14-K. solid gold. No. 4T763 14-K. solid gold. No.4T76a 14-K. solid gold. 

SOLID GOLD -Prices for complete watch : {u/ccriTTUPCPr*AGrcu/iTUTUc cm I GOLD FILLED— Prices for complete watch : 

Full 7 Jeweled Molly Stark Hampden Movement $16.55 ! . „,.,' T -^7, Vl,^ ..J.,?.ir..J"« fuH 7 Jeweled Molly Stark Hampden Movement. .$| |.O0 

Full 15 Jeweled Diadem Hampden Movement 19.35 i LOWING 400-SIZt MOVEMENTS: | Full 15 Jeweled Diadem Hampden Movement 13.80 

ALL OF THE ABOVE MOVEME NTS WE «1!.1lR.\NTEK FOR A TERM O F FIVE V'EARIS. 

l2^IZE^ND O-SIZinyiAPOLEdNCOLD FILLED CASES. 

GUARANTEED FOR A TERM OF TEN YEARS. 

Prices Cut to Less Than Wholesale. 

■aCUCD BEFORE has a 1U-YEAR gold filled case been 
'^^* ^" — " offered at the price we are asking. The very latest 

sizes shown here. 16-size, 12-sl2e la Open 

tftR 0/\ Face or Hunting style and 0-size. ttie 

^»'*»**' >^ts>34t>v latest gentlemen's Size, boys' size and la- 
TO /v\nm^'w[ <^'cs' size. The Napoleon Case is manu- 

AQ r%Jt If W^a^J) factured by the celebrated Illinois Watcb 
90*s.4 ^^Jf^^JJF Case Company, of Elgin. 111., manufac- 
turers of the Elgin Giant and 
Elgin Commander gold filled 
cases. 

tf>C Q/^ for a gentlemen's 
■ ■ 16-8l'-e gold flUed 
watch, hunt Ing style, fitted with 
an American made movenjent, 
is ^ price unheard of before. (Mir 
1S5.30 price for this 0-slze H - 
karat 10-year gold filled case tit- 
ted with the celebrated 7 jewflt-l 
Atlas movement means a saving 
to you of no less than 50 per cent. 

REIVIEIVIBER °SL"h*"Mi 

oiier holds 

good with any of the ^vatcheB 
you may select. If goods are 
not found as represented, return 
them and we will refund 
money. 






No. 4T760 16-Slze Hunting StyU. 
No. 4T76a Open Face, Screw Back and Bezel. 
With 7 Jeweled American 4T760 4T768 
Made Movement. $5,80 $5.38 

With 12 Jeweled Edgemere 
Uovement 7.60 7.18 



No. 4T764 1%-Size Hunting Style. 
No, 4T766 Open Face, .Screw Back mud 
Screw Bezel. 

4T764 4T766 
With 10 Jeweled Edgemere 

Movement S8.85 $8.43 

ELGIN WATCHES QUOTED SN PAGES 38 TO 64. 



No. 4T769 0-Size. 

With 7 Jeweled Atlas 

Movement --$5.30 

With 7 Jeweled Suffolk 

Movement.-' 6.45 

With 15 Jeweled Edge- 
mere Movement- -.. 8.24 



THE MOVE 



refund yout,, . 
MENTSjfi 

iny of theMJI il 
t,«nn of fivA *' ■* 



We guarantee a,ny 
movements for a term of At* 
years af^alnst defect In nuiterlAl 
or workmaDtbip. 



2 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Ear t h, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 5 5 

LADIES' IMPORTED CHATELAINE WATCHES ^MET.rEN^'Jir 




PRICE OF EACH COMPLETE. 



WE ALWAYS LEAD IN 
STYLES 

and PRICES. 

THAT'S WHAT BRINGS 
OUR SUCSESS. 




SEND SO CENTS 

and we will lend 70a 
anj wntch C. O. U., 
tha halanre paykble 
aftf^r wnU>li la re- 
called aod foaod 
b%t la factor J. 




BUY WATCHES 

AND JEWELRY 

OF A FIRM THAT 
HAS A GOOD FI- 
NANCIAL STANDING. 



No. 4T780 

Ladles' Nickel Open Face 
Cbatelalne Watch. Oase Is 
pialn polished and same size as 
illustrated; is stem wind and 
stem set, has an imported cyl- 
inder escapement movement, 
and is a good timekeeper. 

Price 88.75 



We are always 

UptoDate. 
Therer; Latest 

CUN 

METAL 

WATCH 



$2.35 




No. 4T78a 
I.adleB' Open Face Silver 
Chatelaine Watch. Size of 

watch, same as Illustrated. Oase 
is of solid silver, beautifully en- 
graved and perfectly fiiiishedin 
every detail. The movement is 
a tine imported 7- jeweled Swiss 
cylinder one, stem wind and 
stem set. The extra fine finish 
and jeweling of this watch in- 
sures excellent timekeeping 
qualities. 
Price 84.00 



A BARGAIN 



No. 4T784 

Ladles' Solid Silver, Kn- 
grravett. Open Face Chatelaine 
Watch, is stem wind, pendant 
set, has fine quality 7-ruby 
jeweled Imported cylinder es- 
capement movement witli sec- 
ond hand. This watch is fin- 
ished better and has heavier 
case than No. 4T783, and has 
secondhand. Price 84.85 

No. 4T786 Solid Gold. 
Same as above. Price.. 810.00 




No charges for repairs on watches 
or clocks will be allowed unless out 
written consent is iirst secured in 
advance. 





No. 4T788 

Ladles' Solid Silver Bunting 
Chatelaine Watch. Is stem 
wind and stem set and fitted 
with a fine 7 ruby Jeweled im- 
ported cylinder escapement 
movement. Case is full en- 
graved. Watch isagood time- 
keeper. Price 84.56 

No. 4T789 Solid Gold. Same 
asabovf. Price 818.60 



LADIES' 

SOLID 

SILVER 

O-SIZE 

WATCHES 



No. 4T7 90 

Open Face Ladieo' 
Solid Gold Chatelaine 
Watch. Oase is beauti- 
fully hand engraved. 
Movement is high grade 
and jeweled. Fancy 
decorated dial and goul 
hands. Price 88.0O 

No. 4T791 Same as 
above. Hunting style. 

Price 810.50 



OPEN FACE 
OR HUNTING 
STYLE at the 
SAME PRICE. 




No. 4T793 

No. 4T7 98 Gentlemen 's Size Gan Metal Watch 

for 88.35. Is made of lineo-xidized gun metal and 
will wear a lifetime; especially adapted for mod- 
est people. The movement has cylinder escape- 
ment and is finely jeweled. It is manufactured 
In Switzerland. We would especially recommeml 
this watch to those desiring a cheap and durable 
watch, and fortlie price quoted it is a wonderful 

bargain. Price 88.35 

No. 4T794 Ladles' Size. .Same style. AlKJUt 

one-hal f the size of Illustration. Price 88.35 

' We Guarantee to Satisfy you or Refund Money. 



No. 4T796 

No. 4T796 Our Latest Genuine French 
Enameled Chatelaine Watch for ST. 50. The 

case is gold filled, beautifully enameled in either 
blue, ruby red or green. The chatelaine matches 
the wateli. The movement is an imported one, 
made in Switzerland, perfectly trued and ad- 
justed; we guarantee it to give entire satisfaction. 
The picture is two-thirds size of watch. 

At 87.50 for the complete outfit, case, chate- 
laine and watch you have a bargain at least 3a'/3 
per cent cheaper than any local jeweler could 

possibly sell it. Price 87.50 

If by mall, postage extra, 16 cents. 



...THl... 

PICTURE 

shows the 

EXACT 
SIZE.. 



No. 4T798 Open Face. 
No. 4T799 Hunting Style. 

AN AMERICAN MADE WATCH m this smau size, 
made of silver^ has 

been wanted by thousands of ladies. So as to make 
our catalogue complete, so as to positively quote all 
kinds and styles of watches, we show here the 
eniallest silver American watch made. These 
cases are solid silver through and through, hand 
engraved; they have the antique bow; the entire 
case is perfectly finished in everv respects They are 
stem wind and pendant set. we guarantee the 
movement for a term of five years, and the case 
will last your natural lifetime. We fit these cases 
with the following movements at prices quoted: 



PIUCES (jl OTED HERE ARE FOR THE COaPLETE 
HITCH, OPEN FACE OK HGKTLNG STYLE. 



7 Jeweled Atlas 

7 .Jeweled Suffolk 

Full 15 Jeweled ED GEM ERK, Sears, 
Roebuck & Co.'s Special 



4T7 98 
4T799 



S5.25 
6.75 

8.55 



$12.75 



FOR THIS LADIES' 10-KARAT, SOLID GOLD, OPEN FACE 
MINIATURE CHATELAINE WATCH. BEAUTIFULLY ENAM- 
ELED AND DECORATED. 
The Latest Development in Watch Ornamentation. A Genuine Work of Art. 

TUCCB WATfillF^ tlioug^h miniature iu size» are 
I llfcwfc IfMl wllfcOy good timekeepers. Tbey are 
made of solid gold, beautifully enameled in colored 
enamels, either ruby rt*d, turquoise blue, sapphire blue 
or emerald green, as desired. On the back of each watch 
Is an exquisite enamel miniature picture of some 
woman famous in history. The fidelity with which the 
portrait likeness is carried out in the naturifl colors of 
flesh, the garments, hair, headdress, etc., is something: 
wonderful. The enamel is of the very best quality, 
warranted not to peel or chip off. 

mUnifCMFIiTC used in these watches are Im- 
"mttintni J ported from Switzerland. 

Thuy hiive siven fine garnet jewels, polished pivots and 
adjusted cylinder escapement movement, perfectly fin- 
ished and adjusted train, well oiled, well timed and each 
watch perfectly regulated before leaving the house. 

me- 
piece, and at 
the Haiiie tliiip a lutiulHome pl«'<'«t of Jewelrj'. nothing 
could be mure suitable or would be more appreciated 
than one of these genuine, miniature, solid gold, enam 
eled and decorated watches, and atour price of »12.76 
for the complete watch, exHCtly as illustrated and 
described, it is a value not to be approached elsewhere. 
No. 4T80O Ladles' Holld Gold Knameied and Deco- 
rated Chatelaine Watch. Price, complete #13.75 




From this small 

ilastration, which 

-.liows the exact size 

f the watch, you can 

'' a m some idea of its 

lainty appearance, 

'it no picture can do 

. ijstice to the beauti- 

'ul enamel and deco- 

L rati ve effects. 



AS A BEAUTIFUL GIFT FOR A LADY , ^i^ll^f^f^*,!" 



75c PHOTOGRAPHS ON WATCH CASES AND DIALS. 

An ever present reminder of 
your relatives or friends, in 
the form of a photog:rapli on 
the dial or back cap of yoar 
watch, at a trifling expense. 
The work is done by the Photo- 
graphic Enamel Process, and is 
as perfect in detail and finLsb as 
the best cabinet 
photographs, and 
with ordin ary 
'■are will last for- 
ever. Remem- 
ber to s ta t e 
plainly w^ h e r e 
the picture is to 
be placed, back 
cap or on dial. 
No extra charge for group if 
the pictures are all on same 
photo. "W'hen group picture is 
wanted and pictures are on sep- 
arate photographs, add 75 cents 
for each extra figure. Send us 
_,__^^^^___ your watch by mail or express. 

The above is a sample of photograph work oarefully packed in a smaJl 
on the cap in back of watch. strong box, well wrapped in 

^ some very soft material (cotton 

batting or similar substunce is best), together with a photo to copy from (size 
makes no difference). As soon as the work is done we will return the watcti 
and picture uninjured. It usually requires about a week or tec days after we 
get the watch and picture to<'ouiplete the work. 







ce SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



BOSS 10 and U-KARAT. 



$7.65 

TO 

$39.15 



I6AND18-SIZE. «rHu^rt! 

Ing Style. Warranted to vrear 

for a period of 20 and 25 years, 

AT 

AND 
UPWARDS 



.65 




BOSS^CRESCENT GOLD FILLED WATCHES 

IN 10 AND 14 KARAT QUALITY. 



BOSStOandM-KARAT. 



THESE OPEN FACE CASES 

AKE SCREW BEZEL ANU 
SCREW BACK, RENDEKING 
THEM 

DUST AND 
DAMP PROOF- 






18-SIZE. BOSS GOLD FILLED. 
No 4T850 Open Fare, Screw Back and 

Bezel. 30-Year 10 karat. 
No. 4T8S3 Hunting, 20- Year. 10 karat. 
No. 4T854 Open Face, Screw Back and 

Bezel, 35-Year. 14 karat. 
No. 4T«56 Hunting, 2S-Year. 14 karat. 



V) n a~ 




$7.65 

TO 

$39.15 





18-Blze. Boiia uiuKel, 17 jewels, 
straight line lever escapement, ad- 
justed. Full plate, fancy solid gold 
damaskeened finish, five pair gold 
settings, coTnpensatlon full double 
cut expansion balance wlieel, ad- 
justed to Lsochronism and position, 
patent micrometer regulut^jr. gen- 
uine ruby Jeweled pin, highly pol- 
ished beveled edged screws, fully 
protectlng-dustband, safety pinion, 
double sunk, white enameled dial 
aLd sunk second hand dial. The 
superior construction of this move- 
ment adapts It to the most exact- 
ing service. 



18-SIZE. GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T858 Open Face. Screw Back and 
Bezel, 30- Year. 10 karat. 
, No. 4T860 Hanttnj?, 20-Vear. lO karat. 
No. 4T863 Open Fare, Screw Back and 

Bezel, 25-Year. 14 karat. 
No. 4T864 Hunting, 25-Year. 14 karat. 

BOSS AND CRESCENT CASES 

Are Known and Recognized Throughout the World as Standard. 
THERE ARE NONE BETTER TO BE HAD AT ANY PRICE. 

JEWELRY STORES IN LARGE METROPOLITAN CITIES ^V«"pTay" « Tn- 



18-SIZE. BOSS GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T866 Open Face, Screw Back and t 

Bezel, 30- Year. I O karat. 
No. 4T868 Hunting. 3D- Year. 10 karat. 
No. 4T«70 Open Face, Screw Back and i 

Be/.el, 26-Year. 14 karat. 
No. 4T873 Hunting, 35-Year. 14 karat. 



dowH antl cases. CrpKCent and Bonn Gold FlUed Watcll Cases at prices 
25 PER CENT HIGHER THAN OCRS. 



We fit tliese movements in any of the 18-size 

cases. 

Prices are (or complete watches. 



Full 
Full 

Fall 
Full 
Full 
Full 
Full 
Full 
Full 



7 Jeweled New York Standard 

7 Jeweled Selh Thonaas 

7 .Jeweled Hampden 

1 1 .Jeweled Ilatiipden 

12 Jeweled EDGEMERE, especially made (or 

SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO 

16, Jeweled Hampden 

IS Jeweled SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S espe- 
cially made 

17 ,Jeweied Dueber Grand Hampden. . . 

17 .Jeweled Nev Railway Hampden . .. 

21 Jeivele<l .John Hancock H:impden.. 

21 (Jewelefl Special Railway Hampden 

23 Jeweled New Railway Hampden... . 

23 tjewele<l .Special R:«llway Hampden 

17 Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.S SPE- 
CIAL, especially made. The greatest 
wateh bargain ever ofTered 



No». I Nos. 
4T850I4T852 
4T858 4T860 



4T8«fi 



$ 7.65 

8.30 

9.50 

10.10 

9.25 

11.20 

II.OO 

13.95 
22.90 
24.70 
26.30 
38.30 
33.90 



4T8U8 

$10.00 

11.65 

11.85 

13.45 

11.60 

13.55 

13.35 

16,30 
85.25 
3 7.05 
38.65 
30.65 
36.25 



Nos. ( Nos. 
4T854!4T856 
4T862 4T864 
4T«^0 4T872 



$10.55 
11. 20 
12.40 
13.00 

12.15 
14.10 

I3.90 

16.85 
25.80 
28.00 
20.20 
31.30 
36.80 



$I3.90 
13.55 
14.75 
15.3S 

14. 50 
16.45 

16.25 

19.20 
28.15 
30.35 
31.35 
33.55 
39.15 



I5.30 17.85 t8.40 20 75 




16-slze, solid nickel, fancy gold dam- 
askeened Hnish. 17 genuine ruby Jewels 
In solid gold setting.s, slraigbl line lever 
escapement, exposed to view winding ap- 
paratus, the steel parts of which are 
highly polished and chamfered; patent 
micTonietHcr res"ulator, five pairs of extra 
solid gold settings and gold train. genuine 
ruby pallette jewels visible to view, and 
ruby roller Jewel, patent safety center 
pinion and barrel. Oompensatlon double 
cut, full expansion balance wheel, ad- 
Justed In accordance to variations of the 
temperature, fully protectingdust band, 
double sunk, genuine hard French en- 
amel dial. This movement will excel the 
highest grade movements on the market. 



BOSSIOandU-KARAT 



$8.71 

TO 

$21.00 




SIZE BOSS AND CRESCENT WATCHES. 



WE OFFER MOVEMENTS OF ES- 
TABLISHED REPUTATION ONLY. 



are 
o ^v n 



MOVEMENTS THAT HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF TIME U"„'*, 

to be REI,1.\HLE and .\CClR.\Ti;. \\V have sold our watches In every 
locality, some of them can surel.v be fftund rigiit in yourown nelghl>or- 
hood. Ask your friend or neighbor what he thinks o'f the SEARS, ROE- 
BICK & CO.'S SPECIAL MOVE.\IENT, for we are willing to accept his 
judgment. 

DON'T BUY A WATCH UNTIL YOU HAVE 
INVESTIGATED THE MOVEMENTS 
* WE ILLUSTRATE ABOVE. * 



We fit the following movements in the 16-size 

cases at prices quoted. 

Prices are for the complete watch. 



16SIZE. BOSS GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T874 Open Face, Screw Back 

and Bezel, 30-Year. 1 K. 
?Jo. 4T876 Hunting, 20- Year. lO K. 
No. 4T878 Open Face, Screw Back 

and Bezel, 35-Year, 1 4 K. 
No. 4T880 Hunting, 25- Year. 14 K. 



7 Jeweled Illinois Watch Case Co.'s 
Movement 

Foil 12 Jeweled EDGEMERE, OUR SPECIAL 
MAKE 

FnU 15 Jeweled SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.S SPE- 
CIAL 

Foil 17 Jeweled SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.S SPE- 
CIAL, especially made, the great- 
est watch offer ever made 



Nos. Nos. 
4T874I4T876 
4T883 4T884 



$ 8.71 $11.36 

I0.55il2.80 
I2.25|I4.50 

16.25 I8.50 



$11.81 

I3.30 
15. CO 

1 9. CO 




Nos. Nos, 
4T878 4T880 
4T886i4T888 



ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PAGES 38 TO 64. NoiTTssrHuntfnTis-vetr. i*b. 



16-SIZE. GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T883 Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 30-Year. lOK. 
2I.OO No. 4T884 Hunting, 20-Year. 10 K. 

No. 4T886 Open Face. Screw BtMA 

and Bezel, 25-Year. 14 K. _ ,n 






SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOCUE No. 112. 



57 



ADIES' GOLD FILLED WATCHES, 0-SIZE and 6-SIZE for $8.62 and upwards. 



GUARANTEED TO WEAR FOR 20 AND 25 YEARS. ACCORDING TO GRADE OF CASE. 




Q^^^> 



We can engrrave yonr 
name in script at 3^ 
cents per letter on any 
watch. 




1 3 cents will carryany 
one of these w^atches to 
any part of the United 

fivtutes. 




No charijes for repairs 
on WHt4;h€?H or cIocIch 
will he alloivefl uuIckh 
our written conHent is 
first securedin advance. 



$9.97 

and 

ap. 



6-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 
«o. 4T898 Warranted 95 years. 




6-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T900 Warranted 30 years. 




6-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T906 Warranted 35 years. 



6-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T910 AVarranted 35 years. 



BOSS AND CRESCE NT GOLD FILLED CASES T^^^^IZ'^Z"^. "^.T^^i; 

brtUr ciin lie houijlit. The inctliod of makin;;, liniKli and wearing atdlity can not be 
excelled. Tliey are exart couuliTparts of solid jrold 14-karat cases, worth four times 
the price we ask. None but an expert or a well Intormid jeweler can tell the Boss and 
Orescent Gold Filled Cases from the highest grade solid gold ones. 

REMEMBER, THE MANUFACTURERS GUARANTEE 
EVERY ONE OF THESE CASES. 

we guarantee for a term of five years 
- against defective material or workman- 
ship, liach one U regulated and thoroughly oiled before leaving our establishment. 

The make of a movement means much. We only carry such makes that by long 
experience we know are accurate and reliable timekeepers. 



THE MOVEMENTS Q UOTED BELOW 



6-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 

No. 4T914 
Warranted 35 years. 






20-YEAR 


25-YEAR 


THESE PRICES ARE FOR THE 6-SIZE COMPLETE 
WATCH, CASE AND MOVEMENT. 


Nos. 
4T900 
4T016 


Nos. 
4T898 
4T906 
4T910 
4T914 


7 Jeweled New York Standard 


S 8.63 
10.33 
11.79 

I0.22 

'?3°1? 

I4.50 


8 9.97 


7 Jeweled Hampden .... 




1 1 Jeweled Hampden 


13 14 


Full 11 Jeweled EDGEMERE. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECJaL MAKE 

Full IB Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 


1 1.57 


Full 16 Jeweled Hampden . . 


Tall 17 Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.S SPECIAL. Especially made. 
This is the greatest watch offer ever made 


15.85 




The higher the ^§^fa^>}« Try onr Edge- 
grade the better J^^^^^i^ mere Af ovenaent ^W 
the time. We ad- W fjjfffhg. iB and be satistied. ^' 
vocate higher m^mj^jl^^^ We carry only 
Jeweling than ^%ir Ttlf^ the most celebrated 
7 -jewel grades. ^t"# and standard good* 

made. 



t 





l.atest designs 
and prettiest 
patterns are the 
only ones ^ve car- 
ry in stock. 



6-SIZE GOL' FILLED. 

No. 4T916 
Warranted 30 years'. 




WE FILL 

ORDERS 

WITH 

PROMPTNESS 

AND 

C A B £ . 




0-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 
O.4T930 Warranted 35 yrs. 



^s^g*- 



HI ..m.;lo^ ?.°'-° ''"■'■^■■'•^ -r 0-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 0-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 0-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 

JN0.4T933 Warrantea35yrs. No.4T934 Warranted 30 yrs. No. 4T936 Warranted 35 yrs. No. 4T938 Warranted 35 yrg. 




AT $12.30 



FOR OUR O-SIZE 15-JEWELED 
EDGEMERE 



FITTED IN EITHER A BOSS OR CRESCENT 
lO-KARAT GOLD FILLED CASE ::::::: 



means offering a reliable timekeeper and a representative case for less 
than trash is usually sold for. Our own written, binding guarantee together 
with that of the maker of these cases goes with every one we sell. You are 
doubly protected. 



GOLD FILLED. 
Warranted 30 yrs. 





20-YEAR 


25-YEAR 


THESE PRICES ARE FOR 

THE O-SIZE COMPLETE WATCH, 

CASE AND MOVEMENT. 


Nor. 
4T934 
4T940 
4T943 


Nos. 
4T930 
4T933 
4T936 
4T938 


7 .Jeweled Atlas 


S 9.00 
10.50 

12.30 


910.40 


7 Jeweled Suffolk 

Fnll 15 Jeweled EDGEMERE. SEARS. ROEBUCk & CO.S 
SPECIAL MAKE 


11.95 

13.55 




This is the pictureof our 
new 15- jeweled Ed^emere 
Movement. We warrant 
it an accurate timekeeper 
for fipc years. 

FOR $12.30 OR $13.55, 

According to grade ot case. 




ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES QUOTED ON PAGES 38 TO 64. 



O-SIZE GOLD FILLED. 
N0.4T943 Warranted 'JOyrf. 



58 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 

Gentlemen's Elgin and Waitham i8-Size Gold Filled, Solid Silver and Silverine Watches for $5.08 and upwards 




REMEMBER 

Our goods are ex- 
actly as illustrated 
and described. 
You run no chance 
in ordering 
from us. 



OPEN FACE AND 
HUNTING STYLE. 




ALL OPEN FACE CASES shown here are screw back and screw 
H1.I. urt.li THUt WHai-a i,e^p,_ j^^f ^^^ damp proof. Onr Gold 

Filled Elgin and Waltbam Watches at $7.48. The cases used 
on these watches are all of reliable and celebrated make. Tliey are 
g:uaranteed b]r the manufacturers. 

20 years on the 10-karat cases and 2R ^ 

years on the 14-karat. We give with ^^ fctSiN 
the malvers' warrant 

OUR OWN SPECIAL WRITTEN 

BINDING GUARANTEE 

with every one sold by us, to the 
8anie efl'ect. 



SOLID SIL.\ KK.~3 and 4-oiince. 
Nfl.4T1000 Open Face, Screw Back and 
Bezel, 3-ounce. 
Huntlni;, 3-onnce. 
Open Face, Screw Back and 

Bezel, 4-oance. 
Hunting^. 4-ounce. 



Ko. 4T100i8 
No. 4T1004 

Ko. 4T1006 



No. 4T1010 



No. 4T1012 
No. 4T1014 



No. 4T1016 



GOLD FILLED. 

Open Face, Scre^r 
Bezel, SO-year. 

Iluntlnc:, 20-year. 

Open Face, Screw 
Be/.el, 25-year. 

Hunting, 25-year. 



Back and 



Back and 




GOLD FILLED. 
NO.4T1018 Open Face, Screw Back and 

Bezel, 20-vear. 
No. 4T1020 Huntlnt;. 20-year. 
No. 4T1022 Open Face, Screw Back and 

Bezel, 25-year. 
No. 4T1024 Bunting. 25-year. 



Full U> 
Full 17 




WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE 
FOLLOWING 18-SIZE MOVEMENTS: 



Jeweled Grade Elg-in or Waitham 

Jeweled Grade Kl^n or Waitham .. 

Jeweled Grade Elgin or Waitham 

Jeweled O. M. Wheeler. Eltrin or P. 
a. Bartlett Waitham. adjusted 

Jeweled Appleton Traey Waitham, 
adjusted 

Jeweled B. W. Raymond Elgin, ad- 
justed 

Jeweled "Father Time" Eljrin or 
Crescent St. Waitham, adjusted.. .. 

Jeweled Van Guard Waitham. ad- 
justed 

Jeweled B. W. Raymond Elpn, Made 
In Open Face Only 

Jeweled Veritas VAgln, Made in Open 
Face t>nly 

Jeweled VerlUa EUin. Made In Open 
Fare Only 



It.. 

4TI034 


4TIOI6 


Koi. 
4TI000 
4T1010 
4T1018 
4T101!S 
4TIUS0 

• 7.48 

8.08 

11.42 


4T10OT 


Noi. 
4T10«» 
471040 


No.. 
4TI004 

4'nuus 


Koi. 
4T1011 
471020 
4T1028 
4TI0M 

8 8.83 
1 I.IO 
13.47 


Koi. 
4T1014 
4Tia22 
4TI030 
4TI0S< 

8 8.48 
11.08 
13.42 


a 


s.os 


• 


8.43 


8 7.88 

8.18 

1 1.82 


8 7.88 

e.8B 

1 1.82 


• 8.23 

8.78 

12.10 




a 




X 


13.28 


13.38 


13.78 


13.80 


18.30 


18.28 




e 




% 


18.80 


18.80 


18.00 


18.28 


20.88 


20.80 




B 




a 


22. 1 7 


22.27 


22.87 


22.82 


24.22 


24.22 




3 




r 3 


23.78 


23.88 


24.28 


.\ot 


28.80 


28.78 








& 


28.00 


28.10 


20.80 


rarBl.hfd 


3 I.OB 


31.00 




e. 




?• 


Not 
furnlihed 

Not 
farnUhrd 


Sol Jl.dr 
Kol n.rtp 
%ol nxtr 


Vol 
furnUhrd 

Xol 

fnrnl'thr.d 


Nol nadr 
.Vol M.de 
Nol n.dr 


Nol a.de 
Nol «ad. 
Sol ll.dc 


28.78 
31.00 
33.28 ' 



No., 
4T101S 
1T1034 
4T1082 
4T10M 



• 11.73 
13.30 
18.87 

17.80 

22.78 

28.42 

28.00 

33.28 

Nol nw]» 
Sol n.d« 
No4 nui. 



THE SEARS CASE IS GROWING IN POPULARITY. 



THE DEMAND I'^^'Z^ty-. 

Our customers who Imve 
bouj;ht theno know a |;ood 
thiiii; and adrlsc tlielr 
friends to buy the 

SEARS CASE 

when they buy a 
watch. 



OOJLD FILLED. 
No. 4T1O30 Open Face. Screw 
Bezel, 20-year. 
No. 4T1.088 Hunting, ao-year. 
No. 4T1030 Open Face. Screw 
Bezel, 35~year. 
No. 4T1033 Hunting, 35-year. 
THE SEARS CASE IS THE NEWEST 
AND BEST QUALITY GOLD FILLED 
CASE ON THE MARKET. 

THE METHOD OF MAKING. 

The designs, tinlHh and wear- 
Ing ability is ^aperlor to any 
gold filled watch sold by 
others. We recommend them 
to all of our customers who 
want the best gold filled watch 
OD earth. 

RFAD THI^ I'HE IVIKTHOD 
ntAU inia. ^^ MAKING 

THF; SEARS CASE. Two 

sheets of solid gold are hard 
soldered over a heavy sheet of 
extra stiffened composition 
metal, thos producing one 
solid sheet, from this sheet 
oar Sears gold tilled cases are 
made. They art warranted 
gold filled, solid gold on the 
laslde and solid gold on the 
outside. The 10-karat quality 
Is guaranteed for a term of 20 
years hard wear aud Sft years 



Back and 
Back and 





FOR S7.48 J^JkI 

80-year Open Face 
<iold Filled Case and 
an Kli^ln or Waitham 
movement or )9t9.53 
for the same move- 
ment Htted in the 

SEARS HUNTING 

•STYLE CASE 
means you can own 
the best for LITTI.E 
IttONEY. 




SII.VEBINE. 

No. 4T1034 Open Face, Screw 

Back and Bezel. 
No. 4T1036 Uuntlog. 



SOLID SILVER. 3-oiuice Solid SUv«rOp«n 
Face. Screw Back and Bezel, Gold lo- 
Uld Subjects. 

No. 4T1038 Engine Inlaid. 
No. 4T1040 Stse Inlaid. 



GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T1050 Open Face. Screw Back 

and Bezel, 30-year. 
No. 4T1062 Hunting, 30.year 
No. 4TI054 Open Face, Screw Back 

and Bezel, aS-yesr. 
No. 4T1056 Hunting, 95-jna. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



5S. 



2E?4TLEMEN'S ELGIN AND WALTHAM WATCHES, $5.74 AND UP 

^ «« /^^???^ 12 and 16-SIZE 

$1.99 

to 

558.65 




GOLD FLLLED. 
Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 30-Year. 

No. 4T1073 Hnnting, ao-Year. 

No. 4T1074 Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 36-Year. 

No. 4T1076 Hunting, 25-Year, 



Open Face and Hunting Style. 

REMEMBER, all of our Open Face 
Watches are serew bezel and 
screw buck. This nitxlel of case is 
dust and damp proof, the bent ItiiKl 
of a case to protect the nioveuieut 

with. All em- 
ployees of rail- 
roads, occupy,- 

infi responsible 

ixjsiiioiis.usethe 

Open Face Screw 

Back and Sc rew 

Bezel Dust and 

Damp Proof Cases 

i'hey know it i^ 

■ lie best < 1^ 

Hiadetoproif i 

. jiluable mo\ * 
nents. ' 

OUR GUARANTEE 

GOES WITH 
EVERY ONESOLD 

We will replace 
with a brand 
new case any 
Sears Gold Filled 
Case that sht)ws 
the gold worn 
down to tlie 
composition 
metal within 20 
or 25 years, ac- 
cording to grrade 
of case. 




0-year Warranted, Gold Filled Open Face 
16-size Elg^ln or Waltham Watches 



$7.99 



16-SIZE. GOLD FILLED. 

No. 4T1080 Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 30-Year. 
Hunting:, 30-Yeap, 
Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 35-Year, 

No. 4T1086 Hunting, 35-Year. 

30-year Warranted, Gold Filled Hunting, 
16-8ize Elgin or WaltUam Watches 



No. 4T1 082 
No. 4T1084 



SILVER, SILVERODE AND 
COLD FILLED. 

20 AND 25 YEARS GUARANTEE. 

Ol'K iiOIA) MI.I.KM SEARS 
<'ASK. i(* being carried by many 
of i»ur cuHtonierH. We have received 
a great nuiither of Haltering tcHtl- 
moiiialH praising the beautiful Hp-hHrtta 
pearance and great endurance 

in sti'f HR t ii 

anfl wearing 

aliilityof these 

watches. 

SEARS CASES 

are made open 

lace, s<-r*_*w !)(;/,- 
pi ;in(l i>actc. 
Tlicy b.avc;i,ll 
t ill- modern im- 
provements and 
the latest meth- 
ods in thejnan- 
ufacture of 
Itiein are em- 
ployed. 

The Sears Case 
comes in Opf^n 
Fjiccor Hunt- 
ing .Style as 
desired. W e 
always carry 
a complete 
line of them. 
SOIME PEOPLE 
prefer the Hunt- 
ing Style Case. 



is YEARS , 



Warranted 

(or 

20 a>H) 28 

years 




16-SIZE. GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4Tllon Open Face, Screw Back. 
and Bezel, 30-Year. 
Hunting. 20-Year. 
Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 2.^-Y'ear. 
Hunting, 35-Year. 



No. 4TI102 
No. 4T1104 

No. 4T1106 



$9.95 



$5.74 



PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR THE WATCHES COMPLETE. 



Nt FIT THE FOLLOWING MOVEMENTS 

IN ANY OF THESE 16-SIZE CASES 

AS ILLUSTRATED: 



7 Jeweled Grade Elgin or Waltham . . . 
jII IS Jeweled Grade Elgin or Waltham... 
nil 17 Jeweled Grade Elgin or Waltham... 
ull 17 Jeweled Royai Grade Waltham. Adjusted., 
uli 17 Jeweled No. 164 Grade Elgin. Adjusted . 
ull 17 Jeweled Riverside Grade Waltham. Adjusted 
ull 17 Jeweled No. 155 Grade Elgin. Adjusted. . 
ull 23 Jeweled Vanguard Grade Waltham, Ad- 
justed 

ull 21 Jeweled IMo. 156 Grade Elgin or Riverside 
Maximus Grade Waltham, Adjusted 



4T1108 


4T1110 


4T1113 


4T1114 


Nos. 


Open 


Hunt- 


Open 


Hunt- 


4T1070 


Face 


ing 


Face 


ing 


4TI08O 


Silverode 


Silverode 


Silver 


Sliver 


4TI lOO 


8i5.74 


S6.09 


S 6.75 


« 7.35 


S 7.99 


T 


X 




a 


10.40 


10.90 


11.60 








s: 




a 


14.85 




e* 




» 









e 


17.15 




>^ 




*^ 








H 


21.03 




B 




fi 






25.80 




f 3 




' 3 






6 


25.80 








































cr 




V 




9 




9) 

9 


34.30 




p. 




a. 




% 




a 


65.80 



Nos. 
4T1074 
4T1084 
4TI104 



S 9.85 
13.50 
16.68 
19.03 
23.97 
36. lO 
27.70 

36.10 

57.10 



Nob. 
4T1072 
4T1082 
4T1102 



» 9.95 
13.65 
16.75 
19.05 
23.93 
36.02 
37.56 

36.30 

57.30 



Nos. 
4T1076 
4T1086 
4Ttl06 



SI 1.55 
15.16 
18.36 
30.66 
34.43 
37.52 
29.06 

37.30 

58.66 



O-year W^arranted, Gold Filled Open Face, 
13-gize Flgin or Waltham Watcher 



$9.25 



80-year Warranted Gold Filled Hunting, ^lA eC 
13-si7.e UIgin or Waltham 'Watches..... ..vlU.Ow 



PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR THE WATCHES COMPLETE. 



WE FIT THE FOLLOWING MOVEMENTS IN ANY 12-SIZE CASE, 
AS ILLUSTRATED BELOW : 



7 Jeweled Grade Elgin or Waltham 

■ull 15 Jeweled Grade Elgin or Waltham 

'ull 17 Jeweled No. 188 Grade Elgin or Royal Grade Waltham. 

■ull 17 Jeweled Riverside Grade Waltham 

■ull 19 Jeweled No. 189 Grade Elgin 

■UII21 Jeweled No. 236 Grade Elgin 

■ull 23 Jeweled No. 190 Grade Elgin 



Nos. 


Nos. 


Nos. 


4T1130 


4T1134 


4T1183 


4T1138 


4Tll.i3 


4T1130 


4T1138 


4T1143 


4T1140 


4T1150 


4T1154 


4T1153 


W 9.35 


SI 0.66 


SI 1.05 


11.10 


13.60 


13.90 


17.35 


18.75 


19.15 


34.30 


35.60 


36.O0 


28.40 


29.80 


30.30 


43.10 


44.50 


44. 90 


65.30 


66.60 


57.00 



Nos. 
4Ttl36 
4T1134 
4T1144 
4T1156 



SI 1.66 
13.60 
19.76 
26.60 
30.80 
45.60 
67.60 




Ifi-SIZE. SOLID SILVER AND SILVERODE. 
No. 4T1108 Open Face, Screw Back and 
Bezel, Silverode. 
Hunting, Silverode. 
Open Face, Screw Back and 

Bezel, Solid Silver. 
Hunting, Solid Silver. 



No. 4T1110 
No. 4T1113 



No. 4T1114 



19.25 

TO 

157.60 



THE ENGRAVING. 

Kegarding the en- 
gravings, we gener- 
ally have the exact 
pattern: if not, ^ve 
will send a very 
sinallar design. 




18-SIZE. GOLD FILLED. 
4T11S0 Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 20-Year. 
Hunting, ao-Year. 
Open Face, Screw Back 
and Bezel, 8S-Year. 
Hunting, 36-Year. 




THF HIGHEK 

THK GBAOE, THE 

BETTER 

THE TIME, 

WE .\DVOC.\TE 

HIGH GRADE 

WATCHE.S. 





14 CENTS 

will carry an.v of these 
watches by registered 
mail to any part of the 
United States. 




. 4Tlt38 

. 4TI124 



To. 4T11S8 



18-SlZE. GOLD FILLED. 
No. 4T1138 Open Face, Screw Back 

and Bezel, 30-Year. 
No. 4Tlt30 Hunting, 30- Year. 
No. 4TI 138 Open Face, Screw Back 

and Bezel, 35-Year. 
No. 4T1134 Hunting, 36-Year, 



18-SIZE. GOLD FILLED. 13-SIZE. GOLD FILLED. 

No. 4T1138 Open Face, Screw Back No. 4T1160 Open Face, Screw Back 

and Bezel, 30-Year. and Bezel, 30-Ye«r. 

No. 4T1140 Hunting, 20-Year. No. 4T1163 Hunting, 30-Year. 

No. 4T1143 Open Face, Screw Back No. 4T1154 Open Face, Screw Back 

and Bezel. 35-Year. and Bezel, 36-*e«r. 

No. 4T1144 Hunting, 85-Tear. No. 4T1166 Hunting, 35-Tear. 



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60 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



SIZE AND 6 SIZE £|^Q||f |^|||o WALTHAM WATCHES FOR $9.25 AND upwards. 



LADIES GOLD FILLED 

GUARANTEED 



FOR 20 AND 25 YEARS, ACCORDING TO GRADE OF CASE. 



\ 



No chareca for re- 
pairs on watches or 
clockH win be al- 
lowed unleiiM our 
written consent l« 
OrMt secured lu ad* 
yance. 





THE LATEST 
DESIGNS 

IN CHASING AND 
ENGRAVING 



If our eoods are 
not exactly on rep- 
relented and dc- 
Hcrlbcd, return 
them and we will 
cheeH^lly refund 
the money. 




- i 5 Y tAKS u 




A Ladled' Watch 
l» one of the ino«t 
b e a u 1 1 f II 1 and 
serviceable pre.- 
ents you can 
niake your wife. 




GOLD Fl LED 0-SIZE. I GOLD FILLED 0-SIZE. I GOLD FILLED 0-SIZE. I GOLD FILLED-0-SIZE. 

K0.4T1176 ■Warranted 30. Trs. No. 4T11T9 Warranted »5 yrs., No. 4T1 1«0 Warranted 20 JTS. No. 4T1 1 84 Warranted 20 yr8. 
No.«Tin7 Warranted a.'iyrs.i Geuuiue Rose Diamond. iNo.4T1183 Warranted 35 yrs.i No. 4T1 186 Warranted 36 yrs. 

ALLOF THE CASES SHOWN ON THIS PACE ARE HUNTING STYLE ONLY. 

mOft VCAD niADkUTCCn PACT is made of two sheets of 10-karat eold, hard 
^U-lEMn UUHnMn I tCU OMOK soUlered over a sheet of extra stilTened compo- 
sition metal. Tlie sheets of pold u^ed are so tliiclt that they are warranted not to wear 
down to the ooaiposition metal within 30 years. 



GOLD FILLED-0 
No. 4T1188 Warran 
No. 4T1190 Warran 



i-SIZt. 
ted30yrs. 
ted 35 yrs. 




mitt! vCkD niADAIITCCn PACE is made of sheet* of 14-karat i;oId. The 
/D-ICAn UUHnHWICCU %iH9^ rant theseoasescarrycovera period of 353 



rant these oases carry covera period of 3 5 years. 



WE FIT THE FOLLOWING MOVEMENTS IN ANY OF THESE 

0-SIZE CASES. 
THE PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR THE WATCHES COMPLETE. 



GOLD FILLED^)-SIZE. 
N0.4T1193 Warranted 35 yrs. 

Three Genuine Rose Diamonds.. 



7 Jeweled tirade Klein or Waltham 

Full 18 Jeweled tirade Klgln or Waltham 

Full 16 Jeweled Lady Waltham Grade Waltham 

Full 16 Jeweled No. 68 Grade Waltham 

Full 17 Jeweled No. 30O Grade Klgln 

Full 17 Jeweled Riverside Waltham 

Full 19 Jeweled No. 301 tirade KiRin 

FuU 19 Jeweled No. 7 Grade Waltham 

Full 19 Jeweled Riverside Maximns Grade Waltham. 



Nos. 


Nos. 




4Tin6 


4T1177 




4T1180 


4TI183 
4T1I86 


No. 


4T1184 


4T1179 


4T1188 


4T1190 




4TI194 


4T1196 




S10.52 


811.22 


811.82 


14.30 


14.90 


15.50 


15.36 


15.95 


16..')5 


16.80 


17.50 


18.10 


17.35 


18.06 


18.65 


35.22 


25.93 


36.63 


36.80 


26.50 


27. lO 


39.43 


30.13 


30.73 


35.30 


35.90 


36.50 



No. 
4TH92 



812.15 
15.76 
16.78 
18.33 
18.84 
26.67 
28.11 
30.68 
36.36 




GOLD FILLED-0-SIZE. 
N0.4TH94 Warranted 20 yr«. 
No. 4T 11 96 Warranted 25 yr». 




REGARDING THE 
ENGRAVINGS 

We generally have 
the excact pattern. If 
not, we send a very 
similar design. 




13 cents will carry a 
lailies* watch to any 
point in the IJnlte<l 
States i>y registered 
mail; 35 cents by ex- 
press. 



GOLD FILLED-6-SIZE. 
No, 4T1200 Warranted 20 years. 
No. 4T1303 Warranted 25 years. 



GOLD FILLED -6-SIZE. 
No. 4T 1 204 Warranted 35 years. 

Set with (ienuino Urilliaiit < 'ut 
Diimond. liaised Ornamentation' 




GOLD FILLE0-6-SIZE. 
No. 4Tl-!06 Warranted 20 years. 
No, 4T1208 Warranted 25 years. 



GOLD FILLED-6-SIZE. 
No. 4T1 310 Warranted 20 years. 
No. 4T1312 Warranted 35 years. 




RIIV TUC RCCT and you wiU select the SEARS case as the best gold filled case 
PU 1 I nC PCOI manufactured. The SE.VRS case l>olng the latest gold Hlled 
case on the market, it has all the modern improvements. Th(^ designs are copied from 
tire newest designs in solid gold rases by skilled engravers. The method of making the 
Sears case is up to date and only modern machinery is used. The amount of gold used 
on the Sears case is greater than on any other case made. 

mRECT ORITFRinN Wehavesold thousands of sears cases and no doubt 
PCOI uniluniuni gome friend or neiglibor in your community owns 

one. Ask him or her w hat they think of the SEARS case. Judge from what is said. 
We are willing to accept the decree, we know it can mean nothing else but an order 
from you for a Sears case. 

12 CENTS WILL CARRY ANY ONE OF THESE WATCHES TO 
ANY PART OF THE UNITED STATES BY REGISTERED MAIL. 



WE FIT THE FOLLOWING MOVEMENTS IN ANY OF THESE 

6-SIZE CASES. 
THE PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR THE WATCHES COMPLETE. 



rninPlllFn R <!I7F 7 Jeweled Grade Klgln er Waltham 

»r„ x-rf^l 4 lvar?»nted 20 vears IB Jeweled Gr-ade Elgin or Waltham 

Soitlliie WarSStldin-ears: Full 16 Jeweled Lady Waltham Grade Waltham. 



Nos. 
4T1200 
4T1806 
4T1210 
4T1214 
4T1318 



8 9.36 
11. lO 
14.60 



Nos- 
4T1303 
4T1308 
4T1313 
4T1216 
4T1220 



8 9.86 
11.70 
16.10 




815.11 
16.91 



GOLD FILLED-e-SIZE. 
No, 4T1218 Warranted 20 yeaM. 



^80.26 No. 4T1330 Warranted 35 yeart. 



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SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112 



AT 



AND UPWARDS, 

(8-SIZE HUNTING STYLE 



SOLID 14-KARAT GOLD WATCHES. 

rCUTI irllFII'C cm in Rni n W ATPHPC ark M<>KK rorULA It THAN EVER. Their popu- 
UCil I LCWICn a JULIU UUI.U nH l OnCO i^rlty being <lue to the fact that our priee today, 
for a solid 14-karat gold watch is as low as wliat dealers foruicrly sold low quality gold or goI<i 
Blled watches at. 

IN ARTISTIC DESIGN, WORKMANSHIP AWD FINISH ^.T^'LVi'^Zr.S^rf^^'tu^.kl.Yu'i 

QOt being entirely for seeuriiiii low priees, but to suL'uru the finest quality of a gold case in addi- 
tion OUR WATCHES AKE SOLID, 14-KAKAT GOLD THROUGHOUT, GUARANTEED 
UNITEn STATES MINT ASSAY. We do not handle iiny lower quality of gold case than 14-l<arat. 

lu DiiVlliC A cm in nni n WATPU ^oc have an article of intrinsic value on 

in DUIIHO M JW^IU UU^U ITH mn which money can be realized much easier than on any 
other article of nierchaudise; and wlien you consider our very low price on our one small profit plan. 



527.28 




dirt'Ct from nianufaL-turer to con 
sumer, we know you can always 
obtain very near the full value of 
vour watch when disposing of it. 



Every Gold Case we sell is 

stamped: 

"Warranted H-Karat U. S. 

Mint Assay." 



OUR FIRST 
REPUTATION 

was made by our 
low prices on 
watches. We 
still maintain 
tliat low price 
reputation. 




This is the pic- 
ture ol our 18- 
siie 

SEARS, 

ROEBUCK 

& CO.'S 

SPECIAL, 
specially adjust- 
ed 17-jeweled 
movement. 
Note prices 
quoted. We are 
cheaper by 33)6 
per cent for tlie 
same grade ol 
movements sold 
by others. 




The EDGEMERE has 12 
extra fine ruby jewels. We 
know it Iteeps accurate 
time. You will be satis- 
fied with it. 



$27.28 

TO 

$53.10 



WHEN YOU BUY 

A WATCH 

FROM US 

you have that 
feeling o f se - 
curity which 
comes f ro m 
patroiii7.ing^ a 
reliable house. 



Nu. 4X1350 Medium Weij^ht. 



No. 4T1363 Heayj' Weight, Plain Polished. 
No. 4T1354 Medium AVeight, Kng-ine Turned. 




4T1355 Medlnm Weight, 



PRICE OF COMPLETE WATCH. 



7 Jeweled Setli Thomas 

7 Jeweled Elg:in or Waltham , 

Full 13 Jeweled EDGEMERE. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE 

Foil 16 Jeweled Elgin or Waltham 

ISill 15 Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 

Full 17 Jeweled No. 349 <;rade Elgin or No. 85 Grade Waltham 

Foil 17 Jeweled Dueber Grand Hampden, Adjusted 

Full 1 7 Jeweled G. M. Wheeler Elgin or I'. S. Bartlett Waltham, Adjusted 

Full 17 Jeweled Applet on Tracy Waltham, Adjusted 

Full 17 Jeweled New Railway Hampden, Adjusted 

Full 17 Jeweled B. W. Raymond Elgin, Adjusted '. 

Full 21 Jeweled Father Time Elgin or Crescent St. Waltham, Adjusted 

Full 31 Jeweled .lohn Hancock Hampden, Adjusted 

Full 21 Jeweled Special Railway Hampden, Adjusted 

Full 33 Jeweled New Railway Hanapden, Adjusted 

Full 21 Jeweled Vanguard Waltham, Adjusted 

Full 33 Jeweled Special Railway Hampden, Adjusted 

Full 17 Jeweled SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL, especially made. The greatest watch value 
ever offered 



No. 4T)354 



S34.53 
36.50 

25.80 

38.00 
27.60 
30.35 
31.30 
32.00 
37.00 
38.20 
40.50 
42.00 
40.70 
43.35 
44.70 
47.00 
S0.35 



No. 4T13S0 
No. 4Ti355 
No. 4T1358 



$27. 38 
29.25 

28.55 
30.75 

30.35 

33.00 
33.95 
34.75 
39.75 
40.95 
43.35 
44.75 
43.45 
45.00 
47.45 
49.76 
63.10 



No. 4T1352 JjJ: l^llll No. 4Ti:60 



S33.63 
35.50 

34.80 

37.00 

36.60 

39. is 
40.30 
41.00 
46.00 
47.20 
49.50 
61.00 
49.70 
51.35 
63.70 
66.00 
69.36 



S40.53 
43.50 

41.80 

44.00 

43.60 

46.36 
47.30 
48.00 
63.00 
54.20 
66.50 
68.00 
66.70 
68.25 
60.70 
63.00 
66.35 



31.50 34.25 40.50 47. 50 67.00 75.00 



860.03 
63.00 

61. 30 

63.50 
63.IO 
65.75 
66.70 
67.50 
72.60 
73.70 
76.00 
77.60 
76.20 
77.78 
80.20 
83.50 
86.85 



No. 4T1362 



868.03 
70.0O 

69.30 

71.60 

71. lO 

73.76 
74.70 
76.50 
80.50 
81.70 
84.00 
85.50 
84.20 
86.75 
88.30 
90.6O 
93.86 



$40.53 



(86,35 




No charges for 
repairs on 
watches or 
clocks wilt be 
allowed unless 
our written con- 
sent is first se- 
cured in advance 



ENGRAVINGS. 

We generally have 
the exact pattern, 
but if we are out of 
it and it is not pro- 
curable we will ship 
a very similar design. 




"They keep time 
to the second," is 
what the inspector 
said of our SEARS, 
ROEBUCK & CO.'S 
Special Movement. 
It is specially ad- 
justed. 





No. 4T1356 Extra Heavy 
Weight. 



No. 4X1368 Medlam Weight. 



NO.4T1360 Extra Heavy Weight. Colored 

Gold Ornamentation. 

No. 4T1363 Colored Gold Ornamentation, 

set with Fine Large Diamond. 



No. 4T1364 Extrm Heavy Welffht. 



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SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. il2. 



12 AND 16 -SIZE THIN MODEL SOLID BOLD 14 KARAT WATCHES, 

AT %94 Rft nP ^O^i Ti OPEN FACE OK HUNTING STYLE. Thelatest la-slzesoUdgold 14-karat, warrantedUniteil states AssBT. Thecaseisfittei 
Wl »ttiuu vn ig^Xiitf with a genuine Eigin or Waltham 7-Jeweled grade movement; GUARANTEED AN ACCURATE TIMEKEEFER FOB i 
TERM OF 5 YEARS. THE 12-SIZE WATCH IS THE LATEST SIZE AIADE, and is tlie Smallest gentlemen's size, a size larger than the largest ladlei 
size, the most popular size used in large cities. 
IF YOU DESIRE '^ ^^I-^LL size W.ATCH, one that does not weigh 



down your poclcet, one that is not bulky and is an as- 
•ured timekeeper, BUY THE LATEST 13-SIZE WATCH. 

PRICES POSITIVELY LESS THAN WHOLESALE. 

PUB lO-JEWELED EDGEMERE MOVEMENT r>illr''THKSK^l 

KARAT SOLID GOLD 13-SIZK CASKS at !»'-J4.30 to «S**.05, means a price 
equal to40 percent less than your lucul dealer asks lui au inferior watch. 



i the smallest gentlemen's size, a size larger than tbe largest ladiei 

AT ^2fi Rfl ^'« offer our solid gold 16-Mlze Ifi 
M I ^fcPtim with our new 12-jt*weletl KdgeB 

$26.80 IS THE PRICE OF THE WATCH COMPLETE 



latest model watch, fitter 
mere luoveuient. 



REMEMBER: We carry nothing but 14-karat quality in out 
solid gold cases. 




i2-SIZE HUNTING AND OPEN FACE WATCHES. 

I4-Karat Solid Gold Watches. 



THESE WATCHES 
have good weight cases 
guaranteed to wear 
AND GIVE ENTIRE 
SATISFACTION. 



$34.2! 

TO 

$82. 0( 



Plain or Engine Turned. 
No. 4T1370 Hunting .Style. 
Wo. 4T1372 Open Kaoe. 



WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE FOLLOWING 12.SI2E ^J^ EMENTS 
WARRANTED FOR 5 YEAR.*". 

7 Jeweled Grade Eli;iu or W:tlt]imii 
roUlO Jeweled EDGEMERE. SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL V 
Full 15 Jeweled Grade Klglu or Waltham 

Fall 17 Jeweled No. I SK Grade Klglu or Royal Grade Waltham 
Fall 17 Jeweled Riverside Grade Waltham 
Fnll 19 Jeweled No. I KM Grade Elgin 
Full Zl Jeweled No. -J.Se Grade Elgin 
FnU a3 Jeweled No. IIK) <;rade Elgin 



$32.30 

UPWARD 



B.W.C.CO. 



AND 




No. «T13g6 Extra Heavy Weight. 




16-SIZE HUNTING THIN MODEL 14-KARAT SOLID COLD CASES. 



This is Our New 16-Size 
Sears, Roebuci(&Co.'s 

Special 13-Jeweled Movement. 

See the description. It Is 
full 15-jewcli'd, set in set- 
tings, solid gold plated, Ro- 
man color, beautifully 6n- 
ished. patent pinion and es- 
capement, liiifh grade tinish 
thrtiughout, guaranteed for 
live years. 



No. 4T13g8 Plain or Engine Turned. Medium Weight. No. 4T1390 Medium Weight. 



WE FIT THESE C.*.SES WITH THE FOLLOWING 16-SIZE MOVEMENTS. 



7 Jeweled Grade Elgin or Waltham 

1% Jeweled EDGEMERE SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL MAKE 

Full 15 Jeweled Grade Elgin or Waltham 

Fnll 16 Jeweled SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL, enpeelally made .'.'.'.'.'."'.'.'.'.'.'.';".".".'.".'.';."" 

yuU 17 Jeweled No. ^41 Grade Elgin or No. 630 Grade Waltham 

Foil 17 Jeweled Royal Grade Wiiltliam 

FnU 17 Jeweled No. 154 Grade Elgin 

Fnll 17 Jeweled RiverHid* Grade Walthnm 

Fnll 17 Jeweled No. 155 Grade Elgin , 

Fnll (3 Jeweled Vanguard <irade Waltham 

Fnll 81 Jeweled No. 156 Grade Elgin or Klvenlde Maximn* Grade Waltham 

Jnll 17 Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK k CO.'S SPECIAL, especially made. The greatest watch value everoirered. 



PRICE OF COMPl.EfE WATCH. 



NO.4T1390 



8 27.O0 

26.80 

30.60 

28.50 
33.60 
36.76 
39.6U 
42.60 
44.00 
62.00 
7!4.0O 

32.50 



No. 4T1388 



( SR.OO 

28.80 

3-i.50 

30.50 
35. 60 
37.75 
41.60 
44.60 
46.00 
64.00 
74.00 

34.50 



No. 4T1386 



m -.i-i.so 

32.30 

:i«.oo 

34.00 

38.0U 
41.-.i& 
46.00 
48.00 
49.60 
67JI0 
7 7.60 

38.00 



We Guarantee all of the Above Movements for a Term of Five Years. 



I 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



«» 



LADIES' SOLID I4KARAT GOLD 6-SIZE WATCH FOR $14.30. 



JOBBERS >MD DtAlMS CAMNOT UMOEBSTAHD :■.? 



iiow we ar« able 
> iiiakt^li<* price. 

fVe are puBitlvely selliui; theiu clieaper ttkau what tliey buy tlieut for. Order 
oue and be convinced. The i^oods art- exactly as rein-csi-ntfcl in every detail. 
None but the j^eruiine aitiele seut. iS14,30 for asolid j^nld il-si/.e csmie, U-karat 
tiue, fitted with tlie New Standard movemeot. Ameriraii made; has 7 jtiwels. 
Well tinishud in every respect and is a good timelieeper. At :S14.30 it 
lueanfl a leaving to you of no le8N tliau 50 per cent. 

UAW WF nn IT AT THF PRIHF '^^^ '>*^<"'y '*>* eatslly told. \Ve buy 
nUW WC U^M II Ml inc rniUCi cheaper, our expenses for handling are 
le^s. and \vr are satistied with sniaMer profits than others. Remember,* 14. HO 
to 837.00 are t lie prices on these watL'hes, according to grade of movements. 
You can make money Imyingr from us and selling tlie goods. When you buy a 
watcb from us, you positively are buying^ it at wholesale prices. 



IF YOU ARE NOT CONVINCED, ■^r»".t.°a^.V.:!!".rf';.;The^\^^^^^^^^^^ 

i>r(l«T tlu- \\;»lfh, In riurtul lo give Llie exact cataloj^ue Duiiil>t^i aud 
movciiiiiit, waiiWd, and if you do not Hiid after thorough cxaniiDatlon. by com- 
p;iiliiii it witli any of your frieuds' watclits, by coiuparinfe' it witli any watch 
in any j»;w«^Ir-y st^ore, the 

BEST AND CHEAPEST SOLID GOLD WATCH FOR THE MONEY 

you ever saw or heard of. return it and we will immediately refuud your uiouey. 
nCCPDIDTinil nC PACCC These eaiieHar«iitaiu|ied ax f«llo»»: --War- 
UCOlinlrllUB Ur bHOCOi ranted 14-karati;.S.A8Hay." They are solid 

lliiuu;;li and llirougli. Vciu;n.-not lakinsany risl< wtiatever. The en^iavln* 
is liandworli, the finish and designing the latest and best. Antique bow, cniwn 
and stem used. These caseB are up to date, uew and tasty. 




OUR ll-JEWELED 
EDGEMERE 
MOVEMENT 

maiiufaetured ex- 
pressly for us and 

fitted in uny one of 
tliese cases at from 
ajilCSU to !IS31.30, 

enables you to pur- 
chase a 

High Grade, 

Excellent 

Timekeeper 

at prices less than 
trash is ofl'ered by 
others. 




No charges for 
repairs on watches 
or cloci<s will be 
allowed unless our 
written consent is 
first secured in 
advance. 



No. 4T1404 



This is a jiieture of our 
17 -jeweled Sears. Koehuek 
& Co.'s special 6-si'/e iiiove- 
ment. We warrant It an 
accurate timekeeper. 




VnUR WIPE would be proud In 
iwvn ¥»ii> on ning a fine watch. 



Why not please her? 



Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s Special. 




This is a picture of our 
l.'i-.ieweied .Sears, Roebuck 
& Co.'s special 6-size 
movement. We recoiu. 
uieud it. 



No. 4T1408 




St6.30 to Si31.30 
with 1 1 -jeweled 

Kdgeuiere. 

S'^O.OO to S35.O0 

for the highest ^rade 

17 -jeweled 
Sears, Koehuek & Co. 
.Special. 



No. 4T1414 

Genuine IManiond Set and 
Colored (iold Ornaniented. 




No. 4T1410 

Colored Gold Urnamented. 



We can consclentlouslsr 
recoinn»eud our Sears, 
Koehuek & Cu.'s Special 
Movements. 




For a 

e:oud cheap watch buy 

our Edgemere. 

It has 1 1 jewels. 





No. 4T1416 

Genuine Diamond Set and 
Colored Gold Ornamented. 



No. 4T1418 
Genuine Diamond Set and 
Colored Gold Ornamented. 



No. 4T1430 

Genuine Diamond Set :^ 
Colored Gold ttruameo' 



WE FIT THESE CASES WITH THE FOLLOWING 6-SIZE 
MOVEMENTS. 



7 .Jeweled New York Standard or Trenton 

7 Jeweled No. 300 Grade Hampden 

7 .Jeweled Grade Klgln or Walt ham 

11 -Jeweled No. '406 Grade Hampden. 

Fall 11. Jeweled EDGEMERE, SEARS. ROEBUCK 4 CO.'S SPECIAL IWAKE 

Full 15 .Jeweled No. '^13 Grade Hampden 

Foil 15 .Jeweled <;rade Klgin or Waltham 

Full 15. Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL 

Full IB, Jen Pled Lady Walt ham Grade Waltham 

Full 17 .Jeweled SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL. Kspeclally made, 
This Is the jcreatewt watch value ever ottered 



Nos. 
4T1400 
4T140a 
4T1404 
4T1406 



«114.30 
lt>.14 
17.00 
17.5iJ 

I6.30 

18.46 
18.7S 

17.75 
aa.oo 

20.00 



No. 
4T1413 



S17.30 
19.14 
■iO.OO 

19. 30 

21.45 

20.75 

8 5. GO 

23.00 



No. 
4T1410 



No. 
4T1408 



S19.80 
•^1.64 

ts.ut 

2I.80 

•43.96 
-.24.26 

23.25 

27.60 

25. SO 



S'.i0.80 
•ii.tii 
•.J3.50 
'.i4.0S 

22.80 

-44.95 
-45.25 

24.25 

-48.50 

26.50 



No. 
4T1414 



S24.80 
26.64 
3 7. SO 
38.02 

26.80 
28.95 
39.25 

28.25 

33.50 
30.50 



No. 
4T1416 



S36.30 
28.14 
29.00 

39.52 

28.30 

30.45 

30.76 

29.75 

34.00 



No. 


N. 


4T1418 


4T1 


*37.30 


S39 


29.14 


31 


30.no 


38 


30.52 


32 


^^a^n 


^A. 


31.76 


33.i 


30.75 

36.00 

33.00 


32./ 

3t.< 
35.' 



64 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOCUE No. 112. 



"$12.60,; 



LADIES' 0-SIZE SOLID 



KARAT GOLD WATCHES 



Guaranteed Exactly as Represented and Described. 



AT $15.80 TO $30.30 



FITTED WITH OUR 15 JEWELED 
EDGEMERE MOVEMENT... 



ESPECIALLY MADE FOR US. A MARVEL OF WORKMANSHIP AND 

EXCELLENT TIMEKEEPING QUALITIES IN ANY ONE OF THESE CASES 
MEANS A WONDERFUL SAVING TO YOU. 



nilAI ITV These cages are solid gold 14-karat fine. 

V""'-" '' as follows: ~ • ~ ■ 



Each case is stamped 
"Warranted 14-K. U. S. Assay." You are positively 
[irotrcteci and need have no hesitancy in buying-. 
CTFM AND RDW are antiqne style. This new fashion lends a beauty and 
oiciii HU M avn flnisiie(j effect to the case second to none. 



WORKMANSHIP AND FINISH see""* *» "<>"«• The engraving is hand 
WUHMYlHWanir MWU riman ^^^.^ r^.^^^ designing the very latest and 

up to datu. The entire case finished in an absolutely perfect manner. No 
rough edges and no loose joints. The lids fit snug and securely, making the 
case practically dust proof. 



J 




to. 



No. 4 
Colored Gold 
Set with Gen 



'ri480 

Ornamented, 
uine Diamond 



No. 4T1483 

Plain Case, set with three 
Genuine Diamonds 



16 Je^veled Kdgemere move- 
ment. Why not buy a fine jew- 
eletl movement when we offer you 
this bargain at less than 7 jeweled 
watch prices. We warrant this 
movement for a term of five years 
.as an accurate timekeeper. 



WE GUARANTEE ANY OF THE MOVEMENTS BELOW FOR A TERM OF FIVE YEARS. ■ 



SEE PAGE 32. 

No. 4TI484 
Alx>Te case IB 
set with two 
genuine dia- 
monds and 
three rubies, 
plain or satin 

finish, made with any name. This ca.se is made 

to order and takes alwut six to eight days. 

We can supply no other combination of 

stones than the ones mentioned. 



FIT THESE CASES WITH THE FOLLOWING OSIZE MOVEMENTS: 
PRICE OF COMPLETE WATCH. 



7 

! '■> 

!,'«18 

pi IS 

111 17 
ull 17 
illl 19 
fill 17 
&1 19 



jeweled Atlas 

jeweled SulTolk 

jeweled tirade Elgin or Walttiain , 

jeweled EDGEMERE, SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO.S SPECIAL MAKE 

jeweled Grade Kl^^in or AValtliam 

jeweled L,a«ly Wultliani Grade Walthaxn 

jeweled No. 6S Grade Walthain 

jeweled No. 200 Grade Elgin 

jeweled Riverside Waltliam 

jeweled No. '301 Grade Elgin 

jeweled No. 70 Grade Waltham 

jeweled Riverside Maxiaius Grade WaUham 



IT II 50 
4T145a 



$18.50 
14.0O 
16.00 

I5.80 
19.50 
20.60 
81.60 
83.50 
30.00 
31.50 
34.00 
39.60 



Nos. 
4T14e4 
4T14Sa 



$15.00 
16.60 
18.50 

18. 30 
■il.iO 
23.00 
84.00 
25.00 
38.50 
34.00 
36.60 
48.00 



Nob. 
4T14S8 
4T1460 



No9. 
4T146S 
4T1768 



$18.00 
19.50 
81.50 

2I.30 
85. OO 
26.00 
27.00 
28.00 
36.60 
37.00 
39.50 
45.00 



$18.60 
20.10 
22.10 

-2I.90 
25.60 
26.60 
27.60 
28.60 
36.10 
37.60 
40.10 
45.60 



No. 
411464 



$19.80 
30.7O 

83.70 

22. 50 

36.30 
87.30 
28. 30 
39.30 
36.70 
38.80 
40.70 
46.30 



So. 
4T1476 



$30.40 
31.90 
33.90 

23.70 
3 7.40 
38. 40 
39.40 
3O.40 
37.90 
39.40 
41.90 
7.404 



No. 
4T1474 



$31.00 
32. 60 
34.50 

24.30 

38.00 
39.00 
30.O0 
31.00 
38.60 
40.00 
48.50 
48.00 



Ho. 
4T14IS 



$33.80 
83.70 
35.70 

25.50 
39.30 
30.30 
31.30 
33.30 
39.70 
41.30 
43.70 
49.20 



No.. 
4T1470 
4T147e 
4X1480 



$34.00 
25.60 
27.50 

27. 30 
31.00 
33.00 
33.00 
34.00 
41.50 
43.00 
45.60 
51.00 



No. 
411482 



$33.40 
3 4.90 
26.90 

26.70 

30.4O 
31.40 
33.40 
33.40 
40.90 
43.40 
44.90 
60.40 



No. 
4T1484 



$87. OO 
88.50 
30.50 

30.30 

34.00 
36.00 
36.00. 
37.00: 
44.60: 
46.00: 
48.50 
64.00 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicag o. CAT ALOGUE No. 112. «» 



WANT JEWELERS, GENERAL MERCHANTS WHO HANDLE WATCHES, '^'^^ everybody to send 



us THEIR WATCH REPAIRS. 



rtfil I PAY THF IFWFLFR ^^^^^^ ^'^ send hU repairs to □» and have the work properly done, with new material of the rij^ht kind, than to patcb 

I 'tl^*' r M I I nc iicnul.tn up the job with old material, soft solder or material which does not lit, as Is the custom whero th«ro Is not a large stock of 

iM'teti material auti a good outHtof toolsathand. We have a lar^e force of skilled watchmakers who are thorouf^hly exp^^rlenced In all kinds of compU- 

aoh repairs, with a very large st<iL'k of material, with parts of all the different makes and sizes of watches at their command, which enables them to r&- 

roken watch to condition equal to new. Kach workman has a complete and very expensive set of tools, and in addition to these the workroom Is fitted 

I uiiiiiy special machines which are indispensable for many kinds of work. After the necessary repairs have been made, each watch Is carefully inspected 

» regulated by the foreman, who is an expert in his line. Our prices being from one-half to one-fourth the reg^uiar prices, there is a large profit left for th9 

iBT or an equal saving to those who send their watches to us direct. 

yFMRFR that a watch should not run longer than one and one-half years without having the oil cleaned off and fresh oil applied. The balance 
HICniPCn ,vheel of all modern watches makes 18.000 beats per hour, 43i000 per day or 157.7B8.O0O per year. An engine or sewing machine will be oiled 
ral times per day, but we have known people to carry a watch for ten years without having it cleaned or fresh oil applied. Usually, a movement thus 



ited is of no value, being entirely worn out. Take good care of your watch if you wish it to perform Its duty properly, for It Is a very delicate machine. 
" ' ■ J... .-.« *- rr,, , »-■■__.._,«.. ..„ We give below a list of charges for repairs which will bo subject to change in 



harge for cleaning and oiling is 50 cents. 
i cases. 
iors. Barrel, American 76c to SI. 00 

jurs. Barrel, Swiss, plain 1.00 

lors, Barrel, Swiss, solid rat- 

13t 1-SO 

lars. Pallet, American la 

|ors. Pallet, Englfsh 1.25 

lors. Pallet, Swiss 1 .00 

jors. Center, American 1.00 

mnces, American Expansion 

81.50 to 8.75 

liinces. Am. Steel or Nickel. . . .50 
Htnces, English, Steel or Oom- 

isition 1.00 

liinces, Swiss, Composition... .75 

liinces, Swiss, with screw 1.25 

litiires, Swiss, Expansion, cut 3.00 
l.relB,American(fltted),81.00tol.25 

lirelg, bwiss, gilded 1.60 

lilges, Swiss, plain l.OO 

llns, English 75 

l.uing, ordinary Swiss, Du- 

isx or American 50 

lining, ordinary English 1.00 

I ks, Swiss, plain 25 

Iks, Swiss, self-acting 60 

I ks, American 25 

cets. Hairspring (pinned in 

id trued) 60 

ynders, fitted 1.25 

yaders, fitted, extra short. ... 1.76 
laiagnetlzlng Watch Move- 

Itnts. ordinary 1.50 

MiagnetizlDg Watch Move- 

ints, finer grades S2.00 to 4.00 

iB, Swiss, without seconds... 1.00 

in, Swiss, witli seconds 1.60 

tit Bunds, American 25 



The regular retail price is 81.50. 



Forks, Fitted, Swiss Ancre 81.60 

Fojks, Fitted, Swiss S. L. & Fine 2.00 

Forks, Fitted, American 75 

Gilding Plates or Farts each .60 

Gilding the whole Movement 

82.00 to 3.00 

Hairsprings, ordinary flat 75 

Hairsprings, Breguet 1.50 

Hands, common each .10 

Hands, fine each .20 

Hooks, Barrel, for Mainspring.. .25 
Jewels, American, Cock or Foot 

(with settings) 60 

Jewels, American, 3d, 4th or 

'Scape 60c to .75 

Jewels, Endstone, In setting 60 

Jewels, Cap, Swiss, (with plate). .26 
Jewels, Swiss, 3d, 4th, 'Scape or 

Balance, set In plate 50 

Jewels, Swiss, 3d, 4th, 'Seape or 

Balance, Fine Ruby 1.50 

Jewels, Swiss, Center, Fine Ruby 

inCiold Set 3.00 



Set- 



.35 



.75 
.50 
.75 
.60 



Jewels, Roller 

Jewels, Pallet, Set in old 
tings, American 

Mainsprings, Swiss 

Mainsprings, English, with hook 

Mainsprings, American 

Mainsprings, Repeaters, etc 

81.00 to 1.60 

Pallets, Common Swiss 1.50 

Pallets, Fork and Arbor, com- 
plete, ordinary 3.00 

Pallets, American 1.00 

Pallets, Fork aud Arbor, com- 
plete, American 81.25to 2.60 



Pinions, American, 3d, 4th or 

'Scape 80.7 5 

Pinions, American, Center 1.00 

Pinions, American, Center, Pat- 
ent, complete with Wheel 2.00 

Pinions, Cannon 50 

Pinions, Swiss, 3d, 4th,or 'Scape, 

ordinary 1.00 

Pinions, Swiss, 3d, 4th or 'Scape, 

fine 81.75 to 2.00 

Pinions, Swiss, Center, ordinary. 1.60 

Pinions, Swiss, Center, fine 2.00 

Pinions, Swiss, Cannon 60 

Ratchets, English, Swiss or 

American 60 

Regulators, Swiss, ordinary .50 

Regulators, Swiss, fine 1.00 

Regulators, Swiss, Including 

Cap 1.60 

Regulators, American .60 

Regulators, American, Patent, 

with Index 1.00 

RoUer Tables, Swiss, English or 

American 50 

Staffs Balance, American, 75c to 1.35 

Staffs Balance, Howard, etc 2.50 

Staffs Balance, English, ordi- 
nary 1.25 

Staff's Balance, English, fine 

81.60 to 2.60 

Staffs Balance, Swiss, ordinary 1.26 

Staffs Balance, Swiss, fine 2.50 

Stop Works, each 26 

Studs, Hairspring, ordinary 25 

Studs, Steel, for Sprung over 

Balances. American 50 

Wheels, Am. 'Scape and Center.. .76 



Wheels, A merlcan, 3d or 4th 80.60 

Wheels, Am., Minute or Hour... ' .26 
Wheels, Am., Winding. .. .60c to .75 

Wheels, Swiss, 'Scape 1.26 

Wheels, Swiss, 3d, 4th or Center .69 
Wheels, Swi.ss, Minute or Hour. .60 

Wheels, .Swiss, Winding 1.0« 

Wheels, .Swiss, Winding, cut to 

match 2.0O 

CliangingKey Wind Movements to Stem Wiml. 
Waltham, Elpln, Hampden or 

Kockford, 18-size 87.0O 

Waltham, Iti-slze 13.0O 

Howard, 16 and 18-slze (Number- 
ed above 30,000) 9.60 

Changing Key Wind Cases to Stem Wind. 

Silver Cases 81 .60 

Gold Cases 2.50 

Watch Case Work. 

Bezels, In stiver Hunting, Fitted .75 
Bezel8,ln Sliver Open Face.Fitted 1.2* 
Bezels, In Gold, Ladies', Fitted. 1.75 
Bezels, in Gold, Gents', Fitted. . 2.50 
Joints, in Silver Cases, Single.. . .40 

Joints, In Gold Cases, Single .66 

Pendants, on Silver Cases, Stem 

Wind 1.26 

Pendants, on Gold Oases, Stem 

Wind 2.50 

PoUshing Gold or Sliver Oases.. .36 
Springs, Lift or catch 60 

On all other jobs of case worit, 
-which are numerous and varied^ 
prices cannot be quoted exact, but 
they will always be found the loweet 
for work well done. 



FFN WATCHES ^^^ ^^iit' vitt> instructions to put them in good order we 
li;n WW I wnfcg will do everything necessary to put them in good running 
>lition, but when the Instructions are to repair a certain particular part of a 
s:b, the repairs will be strictly confined only to the part or parts specified 
owe cannot hold ourselves responsible for anything further that may be 
Bssary to insure correct running of the watch. In sending any part of a 
B'h, if your Intention is to fit same yourself, do not instruct us to fit same, 
Dilndly use the word "select." This prevents misunderstanding your wishes. 
f an idea of the cost of repairs cannot be obtained from the above list, 
II the watch to us and on receipt of same we will examine it, quote cost of 
irlns and hold for In.structlons. SHIPPING DIRECTIONS— When 
pin^' watches or Jev.elry for repairs or e.xchaiiK*'. mark plainly as follows; 
;s, ROEBUCK &CO.,Wa.ch Repair Dep't. Fulton, Desplaines. Wayman and Jefferson Sts., 
igo.lll..and in upper lef tha.^.dcorner putyour own nameandaddress, prefix- 
lie word "From. Also inclose a card in the package with your name and 
■e^'i and state that the watch Is for repairs. At the same time write us a 
I -.tating that you have sent a watch (by mail or express) for repairs, what 
ir-, you want made, or that you wish us to quote post of repairing. 



PAftlflNR rnR CUIDMFNT Watches should be wrapped In som* 
FHWIVinU run jnirmcnit b„,j materUl (cotton batting is good), 
and packed in a strong \n>\, atiout 2x3x3 Inches. If more than one watch, 
the box should be larger. 

p>C|| UflTII THF flRRFR niust be sent for all repair work. If you do 

wwjn HI in infc wnw^n ^gj know what the cost will be, send what you 

think will more than cover it and we will refund the balance. If to be returned 
by mail, send 7 cents for each watch for postage and 8 cents extra for registry. 

WE BUY OLD GOLD AND SILVER -,iP^„\m*^fy.'"itekt°'''/o11* 

T/Jc; U-kar:it ;;olii. r>6<', and 10-karat gold, 40c per pennyweight. Silver fluc- 
tuates in value, but at the present time is worth 50c per ounce. 
DO NOT NEGLECT ^** write your name and address on upper left 
W nv I lifcUfatWI hand comer and in any packages you send to us. Aa 
we receive hundreds of packages daily, failure to follow our instruction* 
might cause trouble In Identifying your package. 



LADIES' SILVER FILLED PURSES. 

These purses are close mesh and extra strong. Tops all 
have raised ornamentations, top chains all soldere'i. The 
material used to maite them is genuine German silver, 
covered witli solid silver. You cannot 
wear them out, they are better and 
stronger than solid sil- 
ver, In appearance they 
are the same. Thesizes 
; given is from side to side 
t and top of clasp to bot- 
tom of bag; 
size does not 
i^ Include the 
lin. 




SOMETNINQ NEW. 

LADIES' SILVER FILLED BAG TOPS. 




I/adies' bag tops, sliver filled, 
warranted to give entire satis- 
faction. These bag tops come all 
ready with the find- 
ings, so you will 
have no difficulty 
in sewing the bags 
on. The designs are 
the very latest. 



No. 4T1490 Width, 5H 
inches. Price, each . . 96c 



No. 4T1485 No. 4T1486 No. 4T1487 No. 4T1488 No. 4T1489 

*T1485 Length.S inches; width. 5'^ inches. Price,each »6.76 

JT1486 Length, 6H inches; width, 4H inches. Price.each 4.60 

S ~ Length,6 inches; width, 33i inches. Price,each 3.75 

T1488 Length. 5 inches; width, 3'i Inches. Price.each 3.37 

IT1489 Length.* Inches; width, 2!4 Inches. Price.each 1.60 

6 






No. 4T1491 Width, 5 
inches. Price, each. 9Bo 

SEE NOTION DEPARTMENT 

FOR STEEL BEADS 

USED ON BAG WORK. 



No. 4T149S Width, 
4Ji inches. Each 78c 



No. 4T1493 Width, 5 
Inches. Price, each 89c 



If by mail, postage 
extra, on purses, lOc. 

If by mail, postage 
extra.on Bag Tops, 6c. 

Insurance or regis- 
try extra. 




494 Width, 
Each .70c 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.il2. 



GENTLEMEN'S FINEST QUALITY 




GOLD FILLED, ROLLED GOLD PLATED, ELECTRO 
PLATE, WHITE METAL, NICKEL AN SOLID SILVER 



VEST CHAINS 



] WE WARRANT OUR CHAINS to be exactly as represonted and described. Great care lia beei 

■ ..MiiiiMni Mwn wiiHiiia exercised in selectiug the designs shown below. Only chain man 

ufactured by reprcKeutative manufacturers are offered you. They have stuud the test of time. W 

know you cannot buy better chains anywhere. All regular vest chains sold by us are of the regula 

tlon leng^th, lH inches. Kach chain hasthe reg:ular bar, swivel and drop attachment for eharm. 

nllD PIIADAMTCC Each chain sold carries our printed fi:uarantee on a small tag attached to the swivel. If by mail, postage oi 
UUn UUMnMniCC i Gentlemen's Chains, 3 cents; registry 8 cents extra. 



No. 4T1503 Kound Polished Face Uuks, soldered. Eolled gulo 
plate. Warranted to wear six years. Prioc,each 95i 




No. 4T1501 Two-strand Curb, with tips and slide, solid sterlinir 

, silver. Price, each 83 75 

No. 4T1503 White Metal, as above. Price,' each.'. V." ".V. .40 




No. 4T150.5 Curb Chain, with tips. Solid sterling silver. 

Price.each SI 70 

No. 4T1507 White Metal, saiiu- as a'b'ove.' ' "Priee/each; ! '.'.'.'. .20 




- : No. 4T150i) Alternate rolished and Fancy Trace Links. Solid 

ir : silver. Price, each SI 715 

": N0.4T1611 Solid White Metal. Prkc 'eai-'li 



.30 




No. 4Tiei3 Fancy Kope Pattern, solid sterling silver. 

I'rice. eacli 

No. 4T1515 Solid White Metal. "Pr'ice.'each! 



S3.50 
.36 




No. 4T151~ Solid Nickel, Soldered Links. Price.each. 



...45c 



^"^m^^^ 



No. 4T151K FlneGold<;iit Fancy rattern; not warrautcd. 

Price, each 45c 



-a N0.4T1531 Fancy Boston Links, brlRht polished rolled gold plate. 
53 Warranted to wear si.x years. Price.each SI. 65 



No. 4T1583 Fancy Cable Links, something new. gold filled, bright 
polished, soldered links. Warranted to wear ten years. 
Price, each S2.85 

©10 

I u « 

'6"» No. 4T1535 Fancy Cable, phihl polished. somethillK new, gold 
: filled, soldered liiiUs. Warranted lo wear uii years. Price, each. S3. 75 




■'TJ*. 



a&@ 



'" ^ No. 4T1527 Fancy Links, plain polislied, hand engraved, gold 
•O.H filled. Warranted to wear ten years. Price, each S3. 90 



No. 4T1539 Fancy Boston Links, plain polished, gold filled. War- 
£ t». ranted to wear ten years. Price.each S3.00 

c 
(Mi 




"C^ No. 4T1531 Fancy Chased Soldered Links, bright polished, gold 
S»^ filled. Warranted to wear ten years. Price, each S3.00 



No. 4T1533 Fancy Chased Sohiered Links, bright polished, gold 
eg! filled. Warranted to wear ten years. Price.each B3.00 




0-^ No. 4T1535 Three-strand KoUed Gold Plated Curb Chain, en- 

*2 graved tips and slide. Warranted tor six years. Price.each — 83.35 








No 4TI537 Two-strand Rollefl Gold Plated, engraved tips and 
slide. Warranted tor six years. Price.each SI. 85 



No. 4T1604 Fancy Center Boston and Square Links, bright polish- 
ed. Ivolled gold plate. Warranted to wear s.-x years. Price Sl.lC 



No. 4T1506 Fancy Bright PoUshed Rope. Kolled gold plate 
Warranted to wear six years. Price, each S1.3C 




No. 4T1608 CJiaseu Trace i^inks, alurnated with bright polishid 
Rolled gold plate. Warranted to wear six years. Price.each SI. -3 



NO.4T1510 Very fancy Links, with small trace link coiiiiecuoas 
Rolled gold plate. Warranted to wear six years. Price.each Si. 30 




No. 4T1.'>13 Chased Trace Links, alternated with plain trace. 
Rolled gold plate. Warraulid to wear six years. Price, each. ..SI. 4" 




No. 4T1S14 Fancy Kngraved Trace Links, hard soldered. Kolled 
gold plate. Warranted to wear six years. Price.each SI. 55 




No.4Tlol6 Plain Soldered Bright Polished Trace Links. Rolled 
,'old plate. Warranted to wear six years. Price.each SI. 65 

© ; 

Ni7. 4X15 1« Fancy Chased Soiuered, Bright Polished Trace 
Links. IJolliil gold iilate. Warranted to wear six years. Price.81.86 





No. 4TI530 Kolled Plate. Plain. Bright PoUshed, Gold Soiuered 
Trace Links. Warranted to wear six years. Price, each 81.50 




No. 4T1533 kolled. Plate, Bright Polished, Hand Engraved, 
Trace I..inks. Warranted to \year six years. Price, each 81.35 




No. 4TI534 RoUed Plate, Bright Polished, Hand Engraved, 
Trace Links. Warranted to wear si.x years. Price.each 81.30 



No. 4T1536 RoUed Plate, Bridle Chain, Trace Links. War- 
ranted to wear six years. Price.each 81.54 




No. 4T1528 Rolled Plate, Plain Polished, Boston Links, very 
strong and durable. Warranted ti> wear six years. Price, each. 81. S8 



No. 4T1530 Gold Filled Curb Chain, s.)ldered links, bright pol- 
ished. Warranted for ten years. Price.each 83. oo 



No. 4T1533 Gold Filled, tJold Soldered, Loose Links, band en- 
graved. Warranted for ten years. I'rice. each 83.15 



No. 4T1534 Gold Filled , Gold Soldered, Curb Chain, brignt finish. 
Warranted for ten years. Price, each •3.35 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.|l2. 



67 



SOMETHING ABOUT OUR HIGH GRADE GOLD FILLED CHAINS. 



UARANTEED FOR lO AND 20 YEARS. The stock U 

gold^ tilled. The same process iu making the sU><_'k for our gold filled 
•^ icbalns is used by the gold tilled oaso makers throughout the country. 
■>: The gold filled wire u«ed on these chains is manufactured by filling in 
fl a solid gold tube with base metal, thus producing- a tube solid gold all 
^ around with a filling of a specially compounded material. This tube 

is drawn down by draw plates to the size desired, then cut up Into small 

pieces and made into links. 
" I Thedeglgrns are simpleand practical, copied from solid gold ones. 

In finish and general appearance they are exact counterparts of the 

finest 14-karat solid gold chains made. 



Ih 



The solderlngr- Mo3t of these chains are sold- 
ered. That is, «very link is closed and tlien liard 
soldered with sol i<l ^old solder, where necessary. 
When chains are not soldered we state the fact under the Illustration. 

The linlsh. So as to produce that htautiful. solid gold effect, all 
flat links are lapped upon an emery charged lap wlieel, tlius producing 
fine, sharp corners and perfectly smooth sides and angles. 

Length of chain. All chains shown on this page are of regulation 
length, about 12 inches. The best bar. swivel, and drop attachment 
for charm used on every chain. 



V 




Ho. 4T1551 Gold Filled, California pattern, roman and 
brieht finished links, not soldered. Warranted 20years.S3.'J5 

yo. 4T1553 Gold i'illed, ship's cable soldered links, brlsrlit 
polished. Warranted forSOyears. Price, each S3.40 





>o. 4T1555 Gold Filled, extra strong Boston square links, 
not soldered, bright polished. Warranted for 20 years. .*3. 50 



J. 4T1557 

prnved linl; 



Solid Gold front, bright polished. Land en- 
it snkier.^d. W;irr;infpd ■:» years. Each. .1*3. flo 




No. 4T1S69 Gold Filled, soldered, fancy square link cable, 
bright tinished. Warranted for 20 years. Price, each. .S3. 95 




No. 4T1561 Gold Filled, fancy bright polished, soldered 
tr-.'o links. Warranted for2n vears. Price, eacii S4.15 



No. 4T1563 Gold Filled, lai)ped, bright, soldered, e.xu.. 
heavy and strong curb links. Warranted for 20 years.. 84. 00 




No. 4T1565 Solid Gold front, bright polished, hand eu- 
pr'i ved fancy links, not soldered. Warranted 20 years.. 84.50 



±■.0.4X1567 Gold Filled, bright polisl,ed, chased, soidere . 
trace links, very durable. V.'arranted lor 2U years. ilia..»4.!8o 




No. 4T1569 Gold Filled, soldered, fancy square link cable, 
bright finished. Warranted for 20 years. Price, each.. 84.00 




No. 4T1.571 Two-strand Kope Chain, goiu tilled. En- 
graved slide. Warranted tor 30 years. Price, each S3. 41" 




No. 4T1573 Two-strand Curb, very heavy, engraved slide 
and tips. Warranted for 20 years. Price, each 83.60 




No. 4T157S Three-strand Gold Filled Curb Chain, hand 
engraved slide. Warranted for 20 years. Price, each. .83.50 




No. 4T1577 Three-strand Curb Chain, liand engraved 
slideand tips. Warranted for 20 years. Price.each... .84.15 




No. 4T1579 Three-Strand Curb Chain, hand engraved 
slide and tips, gold filled. Warranted tor 20 years. Each. .84. 18 



imi 






0—0 



No. tTlGSO Gold Filled. bri;,'lit Dolished, gold suluered 
trace links. \Varraiit(-d lUyears. . .82.33 ^^^ 



No. 4T1553 Gf)ll Filled, gold sol- 
dered, bright polished rope chain. Warranted lOyears.82.35 






polished \\ // •? 



No. 4T1554 Gold Filled, gold soldered, bright . 
ropechain. Warranted tor 10 years. Price.each 8a. 60 

No. 4T1556 Gold Filled, gold soldered, bright finish, 
trace links, extra strong. Warranted for 10 years 82.7 



No. 4T1558 Gold Filled, gold soldered, bright finished 
curb chain, e.xtra size. W.-irraiitod for 10 years. Each.. »3. 00 



No. 4T1560 Gold Filled, gold soldered, bright polisiied 
trace links very durable. Warranted tor 10 years 83.15 



C^llO 



No. 4T1563 Gold Filled, hand engraved, gold soldered 
f;incytrai-e links, very beautiful. Warranted 10 years.. S3. 25 



No.4Tl.''>(>4 Gold I'illfd, gold soldered 
bright polisiied fancy flattened trace links. Warranted for 
lOyears. Price.each 83.35 



No. 4T1566 Gold Filled, bright polished, gold soldered, 
hand engraved, loose link curb chain. Warranted 10 yrs. 83. 40 

No. 4T1568 Gold I'llled, small fancy curb, chased centers 
and soldered. Warranted 20 ye.ars.... 81.2.5 



No. 4T1570 Gold Filled, soldered fancy trace links, side 
flattened, very neat. War. 20 years. 81. 55 



N0.4T1573 Gold Filled, fancy square shaped curb, sol- 
dered. Warranted for 20 years. Something new. Each..81.85 



^^^ 





N0.4T1576 Gold Filled, fancy double trace links, gold sol- 
dered and bright finish throughout, very substantially made. 
Warranted tor 20 years. Each. ..83.56 





No. 4T1584 Gold Filled, gold soldered, hand en^^^fed 
loose curb links. Warranted lor 20 years 83.80 "<''^'**'-" 



f^^n 




No. 4T1586 Gold Filled, gold soldered, fancy long Boston 
links, bright finish throughout. Warranted 20 years.. 84.00 



EH> 



No. 4T1574 Gold Filled, gold soldered bright fin- 
ish loose curb links. Warranted tor 20 years. Eacli .83.60 ' 



No. 4T1578 Gold Filled, fancy soldered Boston links. 
Warrant»-d for20 years. Each. ,. .83.75 



No. 4T1580 Gold Filled, brightfinish Boston links. War- 
ranted for 20 years. Pri.-e, e.acu 83.58 



No. 4T1582 Gold Filled, bright finish, fancy California 
chain. Warranted for 20 years 83.60 



'SS SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ri2. 




DICKENS' DOUBLE 
VEST AND 8)^-INCH 
SINGLE PONY VEST 

CHAINS. 




NO.4T1804 BoUedgold 
plated pony vest.warrant- 
iil for 6 years, plain pol- 
shed sardonyx charm. 

Each Sl.OO 



No. 4T1806 Gold 
filled pony vest, war- 
ranted for 20 years, 
bright polished sardo- 
nyx charm. Ea.. 83.00 



No. 4T1807 Gold 
filled pony vest, war- 
ranted for 10 years, 
bright polished sardo- 
nyx charm. Ea..»1.86 



No. 4T1808 Gold 
filled pony vest, war- 
ranted for 20 years, 
bright polished blood- 
stone charm. Ea.82.fi 8 



No. 4T1809 Rope 
chain, gold filled, war- 
ranted for 20 years, red 
onyx stone, engraved. 

Each 83.S0 



NO.4T1803 Gold filled, warranted 

ft)r20years, charm set with sardonyx. 

Each 83.00 




4 



No. 4TIH10 Fancy clean, gold 
filled, warranted 20 years, each 
alternate link twisted, fancy 



No.4Tl81^ Chased links, gold 
filled, warranted 20 years, en- 
graved border, charm set with 



81.88 red i-orneiian stone. Ea. .81.90 



N0.4T1814 Fancychased 
link.s, g"old filled, warrant- 
ed 20 years, engraved onvx 
charm. Each 83.18 




No. 4T181B Fancychased 
links, gold filled, warranted 20 
years, cameo cut, red onyx 
stone charm. Each.-.. .•1.60 



No. 4T1818 Strong links, 
told filled, warranted for 20 
years, beautiful cameo cut 
cornelian stone charm.. 81. 80 



rill 

No. 4T18'J0 liosum linl, 
chain, gold filled, warranted 
for20vears, engraved, intaglio 
cut charm. Each 83.O0 



No. 4T1823 laucy chain, 
gold filled, warranted for 20 
years, engraved, intaglio cut 



No. 4T1884 l)ural)le, pol- 
ished links, gold filled, war- 
rant 20 years, engraved, red 



.83.10 I cornelian charm. Ea. .81 '0 




No, 

ble link.s. gold 
ed for 20 years, 
stone charm. 



filled, warrant- 
head engraved 
Each 83.88 




.4T1 



Gold filled, sol- 
dered, double rope, warranted 
for 20 years, pearl set charm. 
Each 83.75 




.»o. 4T1830 Gold fiUeu, sol- 
dered, fancy cable, warranted 
ftir 20 3-e:irs. red onyx set 
charm. Each 83.75 



"No. 4T1832 Gold fllleil. sol- 
dered, engraved curb, war- 
ranted for20vears. greenonvx 
set charm. Each. . ,. ..83.iio 



io. 4T1834 Gold tilled, sol- 
dered cable, warranted for20 

years, anictlivst set charm. 
Kacli " «2.R0 



.V0.4T1836 Gold fined, sol- 
dered, square link eurb, war^ 
ranted for 20 yeai'S. 

Each MB. 70 




No. 4T1838 G«ld 
filled pony vest, war- 
ranted for SO years, 
brown onyx set charm. 



Eacli. 




No. 4T1840 

Gold tilled, 
rope pattern pony vest. 
70 onyx set charm. Each.. 



83.U0 




No. 4T184S 

Gold filled 

pony vest, warranted 

for 20 years, bright polished 

sardonyx set charm. Each. .83 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.lf2. 



69 



GOLD FILLED, ROLLED PLATED AND SOLID GOLD MOUNTED FOBS. 




TKESe FOBS >BE OF THE FIWEST SILK WEB. SS™A: .,"3"""' """ "•' 



No. 4T1863 Solid Gold Front Slide, bliffht finished, hand 

engraved and handchased; silkfob, 3 inch witie, 7i-a inches lonpr. 

Price, eacli » 1.25 





No. 4T1854 Rolled I'laled .^louulini;, l>eautiflll stone 
charm; sUkfob, IH inches wide, 6!4 inches long. Frice, each, 60c 




No. 4T1S56 Gold Filled Soldered Links, 

charm; sill^ fob, t3 ini^lies ionjx, \ iucli wide. Pric 



red sardonyx 
'. each, »:^.^l<> 




No. 4T1868 Gold Filled Slide, raised ornamentation, very 

fancy; silk fob, 1^ inches wide, 6H inches long. Price, each, 70c 

No. 4T1860 Same style. Solid Gold Bar, Toggle and Slide. 

Price, each S4.00 



finest solid gold, 

gold lilled and rolled i>Iated stock. Tint fob is one of the most heaullful and practleal 
gentlemairs ehahtH for Sunday and dress wear. The sale of theiii is increasing; continually. 
Tiiree cents will carry any one of these fobs to any jiart of the United States. Insured 
or registered mail e\ tra. 

BE IN LINE. EVERYBODY IS WEARING A FOB. 





No. 4T18GU Gold Filled, hand engraved and hand cliased, 
extra strong, something very beautiful, amethyst set charm; 
silk fob, 15i inches wide, 7 inches long. Price, each Sa.OO 




No. 4T1864 Golil Filled, liaiid enslaved anil Igiiiil 
extra strung, sinnt-tliing very Ltcaiitiful, ann.tli.v^l sfl 
silk fob, 1''8 inclies wi<l(-. 7 inclics long. Price, eacli 



ised, 
liarm; 
S3.0U 




No. 4TIH08 Roman Finished .Secret I.ocket Pendant, set 
with 4 rhinestones; fine black leather fob, 7 inches long, IH 
inches wide. Price, each S1.5JO 




No. 4T1870 

BEST QUALITY ROLLED GOLD PLATED, GOLD FILLED AND SOLID GOLD MOUNTINGS, FOR GENTS' AND LADIES' HAIR AND SILK VEST CHAINS. 





No. 4T1873 Hair chain braided to order, in two pieces like above. Each, Sl.oo 
When yon send In your hair to be braided be sure and 
nlitens when you do so and put your name and address 
on package. 



N0.4T1874 Hair Chain braided to order, in two pieces, like above. Each, Si. B^ j 





No. 4T1876 Best qual- 
ity rolled gold plated, 
hard soldered. Per set. 
Including swivel 70c 



No. 4T1878 Best 
quality gold filled, fancy 
chased and ornamented. 
Price, per set, including 
swivel 70c 



N0.4T1880 Bestquali- 
ty gold filled, engraved, 
octagon shape, set with 

Pearl and two garnets. 
er set, including 
swivel SI. 10 




No. 4T1882 Best quali- 
ty gold filled, fluted pat- 
terli, engraved. Per set, 
including swivel 05c 



Wt 2 
No. 4T1884 Finest ' 
quality gold filled, fancy 
lluted pattern, chased 
and polished, with pearl 
and two garnets. Per set, 
iui;iuding swivel. ..S2. 35 




No. 4T1S86 Fine solltt 
gold fluted pattern, en- 
graved. Per set, includ- 
ing swivel So. Off 



No. 4T1888 Silk Vest Chain, gold filled mountings. Lciit;tli. IJ in.) 
Price, each. 







No. 4T1890 Siik Vest Ciiain, three strands, gold filled mountings. 
Len^h, 9 inches. Price, each 8Br 







M^^MfSm 



No. 4T1896 Silk Vest Chain, fancy braided, gold filled mountings 
Length, 7 Indies. Price, each . ^« 




No. 4T1896 Silk Vest Chain, gold filled mountings. Length, S inches- 
Price, each 81.3* 

1 




No. 4T1894 Slik Vest Chain, gold filled mountings. Length, 11 Inches. 
Pitee, each 70o 



No. 4T1 897 

Price, each 



Sitk Ve«t Chain. 



mountings. 



Length, 9 inche* 
SI. a* 



70 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 
LADIES' COLD FILLED AND * jgp^ ROLLED PLATE GUARD CHAINS. 



^®®®@@@@@©®©l 



^ 



No. 4T1903 Flat Cable Links, extra strong, soldered links; 

■warranted for twenty years. Price, each 

^ ,^**, No. 4T1904 

,,@^^^-©^^^^@=6&f^^-@Flat Soldered 
^ jS^yfPfc, Cable Links, 

I ig<»VXj'<^^ extra strong, 

Sl^ y^X sold slide set 

^'^'S^&•S^'^i.S^^.£'^^eiJi^=^yL-^iJF^.£=^''"t^ie:n pearls 

andoneopal; warranted twenty years. Price, each $4.00 

No. 4T1905 

sBoston Sold- 

-ered Square 

Links, solid 

-gold slide set 

3with four 

pearls, five 

Price, eachr. .S3.80 

No. 4T1906 

MwraDoubie Sold- 

'^ered Curb 

jLinks, solid 

gold slide set 

with three pearls and one opal ; warranted twenty years. Price.»3.76 

.,1// No. 4T1908 

■.Wi".^ Gnarled Sold- 

iered Single 
^Ourb Links, 
ssolid goldslide 
set with one 
genuine rose 

83.76 

No. 4T1910 
-Extra Heavy 
ISoldered 
JSingle Curb 
'Links, solid 
gold slide set 
warranted twenty years. Price. »3.85 
^«^ No. 4T1913 

,/3fc ^a>./s»/3^/^.y\*^^A^^^^^.Round Sold- 
^^^^^^LXP^^'^ered Cable 
.inks, solid 
3j^old slide set 
•^Zlfv^ with one gen- 

ii uine rose 

di.imond; warranted twenty years. Price, each »3.60 

/V No. 4T1914 

5f2!^-'0'^-0-©-0-S^>Op^«4Boston Sold- 



opals and three rubies; warranted twenty years. 



di3^ 



gold filled; solid gold slide set with two opals and two pearls; 

Ilit4.00 

No. 4T1935 

Fancy Chased 

loose curb,: 

hand chased,' 

soldered linlcs, 

gold filled.'" 

solidgold slide" 

set with four 

opals and four 

pearls; warranted for twenty years. Price, each. S4.00 ' 

No. 4T1937 .OC«^'* 

> Plain Close, -«s.<^-« 

C" Curb Link; 
^ soldered, gold? 
© filled, solid'' _ 

■5 gold slide set with ^^rf^ seven pearls and one turquoise; war- 

^ ranted for twenty years. Price, each $4.00 | 

S No. 4T1939 ~ 

B Fancy Flat-^ 

£ lened r, n n -; eV*'-^ff/*"VTl"'^:^'V^r^-^-^— ^-^— "i- 3"?^ri?*Lfi'a"^ 

Curb Chain,^^^^i^^'©^5|5^^,j-,^_,^_,^_,^^^^^|)_J3 



2 soldered links, 
■ gold filled, 
M solid gold slide set 
a g ranted for twenty years 



diamond ; warranted twenty years. 



Price, each,. 



131^= 



with five pearls and one ruby ; 



'■»■»—' ^ ^^^^Xc^^ er 



;»' ^ No. 4T1940 

2 f. Fancy Rope" 

2 P3 Chain, sol Id 

e^ links, gold 

• g filled, solid 

^ gold slide set 

M 3 with six pearls 

a and two opals; warranted for twenty years. 

S s No. 4T19t3 

5 S Fancy B'lat-i 

^ * tened: Trace' 

tr" Links, some- 

S * thing new, sol 

> f dercd throu 



with six pearls and one opal; war- ' 
Price, each 83.65 



Price, each S3.S0 



dercd throughout. 



^^^^=^'^^&^^^S^^"S"^£*a2"S'O^Llnks. solid 
^ gold slide set 

with nine fire opals; warranted twenty ye.T-s. Price, each 83.58 

No. 4T1916 

«^ ^= _ — . _Pl!it Soldered 
^e^HSO^Oable Links, 
XXr^rfS^^very fine solid 
S'^^'^^^^^goia slide set 
with two fire 
nty years. Price, 83. 45 
No. 4T1918 
Fancy Sold- 
ered Trace 
Links, solid 
gold slide set 
iity years. F.ach,»3.35 
No. 4T1930 
Fancy Sold- 
ered Trace 
Links, solid 
warranted six years. Price, eacti,. 82.37 
No. 4T1923 
Fancy Sold- 
ircd Trace 
fl.,inks, solid 
gold slide set 
. Price. 88.40 
No. 4T1924 
^Pialn Sold .'red 
^ < ^ f^ O V a 1 Links, 
^extra strong, 
solid gold slide set with ten pearls and two rubies; warranted for six 

years. Price, each 82.30 

No. 4T1926 

i,Plain Soldered 

'aide Links, 

JjE^J^5.@«-iolid gold slide 

^1 set with four 

" pearls and 

tijee rubles; warranted for six years. Price, each 82.15 

No. 4T1928 
Fancy Gnarl- 
'.1 d Trace 
Links, solid 
gold slide set 
with two 

Price 81.98 

No. 4T1930 
Fine Silk 
Guard, gold 
filled slide, 




2 • opals; warranted for twenty years. 

^ No. 4T1944 

•i M Plain, Kound 

sa Link Cable. ^J( 

W. soldered 



2"^ 
2^ 



gold filled, solid gold slide set with 1 hree 



Price, each 



83.40 












pearls and one turquoise; warranted for six years. 




throughout, 
T - gold filled, ( 
j; B solidgoldslide~ 
~ * set with ten 

pearls and two emeralds; warranted for twenty years. Price. . ..83.25 

No. 4T1946 

Fancy F 1 a t -°__i_™, , ,™ !«.=,» -.».-j«s35»c=riK^jfc.> ^^i 

tened Trace'^^^^^T^MlRir^^^^^^^^^^^&^l 
Links, solder-: — - — ll®li-;*-JiJK-.'^"— =-— ----'-^^'-"s:'^^"^''! 

ed through-'^ 
. > out.gold filled, ^^ 

^ » solid gold slide set with four pearls, two rubies aiid one emerald: war- 
C* a No. 4T1948 jfff=s!m^ ranted for twi-nt.v years. Price, *:*. 15 

"" Fancy Loosei 

Round Traci 

Links, solder-"^^»t> ''^'^ 
ed through- 
out. gold filled, 

solid gold si ide set with opal ; warranted for twenty years. Price, 83.10 
R „ No. 4T1950 
* S FancyGnarled' 

2 k Lapped Trace-™=¥ JI^SU r'' ' '^ '' ^'''""**""'^^'^'~°^ ^^5&»^ 
" S Links, gold r^i^MjfSvJa-— »_a.L-»_i»,-»--iiSiy*^' 
HB filled, solid «,.n, ~. 

S f gold slide set with ^^i*"^ four pearls and one garnet; warrantecl for 

>^ twenty years. Price, each 83.30 

^ > No. 4T1962 

HP* Plain Loose' 

B ~ Curb Links,' 

KH soldered' 

^S throughout ,^^^ 

j; B gnldfilled, solid gold ■^ ""^ slide set with ten pearls, extra strong 

»• S chain; warranted twenty years. Price, each S3.2S 

5 > No. 4T1954 
K H '^ e r y fancy. 

5 flattened, hand 
Jj 9 chased, solder- 
; i* ed, Boston 
US links, go Id 
5 S fllU-dsoiidpold 

B B slide set with three pearls; warranted for twenty years. 
2 g No. 4T1956 ...jr^ 

M C Plain Loosei_)f=^_jfi4 4] 
an r- Trace Links.' ""^i'V* 

* s o 1 d e r e d. /gr-*'^ -* 

2 throughout, •"«» 

^ go Id filled, solid 

B No. 4T1958 

§ Very Fancy 

^ Trace Chased 

> Links, sold 





Price, 83.00 




gold slide set with three opals; warranted 
for twenty years. Price, each. ...83.10 



Price, each 68c 

No. 4T1932 

Fine Silk 
Guard, gold 

filled slided. Price, each 80.18 

N0.4T1933 Fine SilkGuard, solid goldslideandswlvel. Each 1.60 

No. 4T1934 
■Fine Silk 
(Guard, gold 
[filled buckle, 
Es 1 i d e and 
swivel. 

Price, each 40o 

Postage on chains, 3 cents; postage on goard chains, 4 cents ; 8 
cents extra for registered mail. 




< ered through- 

5 out. rolled 

n plate, solid gold slide ; set 

J, No. 4T1960 

2 Extra Heavy 

5- Flattened 

Cable, gnarled 

chain, not sol- 
dered, rolled 

plate, rolled plate 
No. 4T1962 

Plain Loose 

Trace Links. 

s o 1 d e r e da 

through out, 

rolled plate, rolled 

ranted for six years. 





with three opals; warranted for six 
years. Price, each 82.60 




slide; set with two pearls and one garnet; 
warranted for six years. Price 81.90 




plate slide; set with four pearls; war- 
Price, each S1.7S 



I 



SEARS, ROEBUC K & CO ., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



SOLID GOLD lO-KARAT AND 14-KARAT LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CHAINS. '''%7nV':s\llll^lS^'- 

As an ln'irlootn iKilliins is morp appropriat*' than a solid gold chain to keep In your family forever. In ordering state the si/.n and quote quality of gold. The 

length of our ladies' ^'■uard riiaius is ahout 50 iuclies. 

^erilS w rial MS. I'lWtaf^*^ **xtriioii f;<'iit.l4*iii(*fi'HcliaiiiK, 'i i-nntH; 8 ft-iitHextrH for rec^tnter- 

<'<! oriiiHur<*fl lii»il. I'oHluf;** on ]a<lit'H' ^uarilM, 4 reiitH; H 4renlH extra for 
reglHtered or luunred niaU. 




Do. 4T19'0 10-lfarat, 10 iuelies Ion;;, bftwi'cii S ami li pwt. Price. .1*4. 66 
lJo.4Tl!>'Jl 14-karat, 10 inches louK, between 5 and 6 pwt. Price.. 6.8S 



Ho. 4T1 !»■?!{ 10-karat, 10 Inches long, between 5 and B pwt. Price.. 85. 65 
■No. 4T19"3 ]4-karat. 10 inches long, between 6 and 7 pwt. Price.. 8.45 



Ho. 4T19'J4 10-karat, 10 inches long, between 7 and 8 pwt. Price.S 7.85 
Vo. 4T19'?5 14-karat, 10 inches long, between 8 and 9 pwt. Price. 10.95 



No. 4T19'<6 10-karat, 10 inches long, between 7 and 8 pwt. Price. .S.1.90 
:No.4T1977 U-k,irat, 10 inches long, between 7 and 8 pwt. Price.. 8.45 



Jfo. 4T1978 10-karat, 10 inches long, between 6 and 7 pwt. Price. .S6.00 
J(o. 4T1979 14-karat, 10 inches long, between 7 and 8 pwt. Price.. 8.50 



Jio. 4T1'.>«0 10-karat, 10 inches long, between Hand B pwt. Price.8 7.50 
3<o. 4T1981 14-karat, 10 Inches long, between 9 and 10 pwt. Price. 10.9O 



©e^ 



JTo. 4T1982 10-karat, li inclieslong.hotwciu 19aiid ::0pwt. Price.S15.00 
J*o. 4T1983 U-karat, l::inclieslong,betWfen:;iand:i;pwt. Price. 81.00 



No. 4T1984 10-karat, 10incheslong,betweenli;andl.3pwt. Price.S10.50 
-No. 4T1985 14-karat, 12 inches long, between 15 and 16 pwt. Price. 15.85 



Jfo. 4T198e 10-kar.at, 13 incheslong, betweeulSund 14 pwt. Price.810.50 
3(o. 4T1987 U-karat, 12 incheslong, betweenl_anJ15pwt. Price. 14.S5 



-•No. 4T1988 10-karat, 12incbeslong,betweenUandl5pwt. Prlce.»ll.25 

Jfo. 4T1989 14-karat, 13incheslong,betweenl6andl7pwt. Price. 16.15 

'Jfo. 4T1990 10-karat, 10 inches long, between B and 7 pwt. Price. .86.50 

3fo.4Tl»91 14-karat, 10 inches long, between 7 and 8 pwt. Price.. 8.45 



3fo. 4T1998 10-karat, 12incheslong,between23and24 pwt. Price. 818.00 

No. 4T1993 14-karat, 12incheslong,between25and26pwt. Price. 24.75 

No. 4T1994 10-karat, 12incheslong,betweenl5andl6pwt. Price. 18. oo 

No. 4T1995 14-karat, 12incheslong,betweenl"andl8pwt. Price. 17.25 



No. 4T1996 10-karat, 12incheslong,betweenl5andl6pwt. Price.812.00 
No. 4T1997 14-karat,12incheslong,betweenl7andl8pwt. Price. 17.35 



No. 4T1998 10-karat, 12incheslong,betweenl4andl5pwt. Price.S10.50 
No. 4T1999 14-karat, 12incheslong,betweenl6andl7pwt. Price. 16.15 

No. 4T2000 10- 
karat, regulation 
length. 

Price 88.85 

Without ch,a I'm. 

Price 86.50 

No. 4T8001 14- 
karat. regulation 
length. 

Price 812.00 

Without charm. 
Price 89.50 

No. 4T8008 10- 
karat, regulation 
ength. 

Price 88.85 

Without charm. 

Price S6.60 

No. 4T8903 1 4 - 
karat, regulation 
length. 

Price 812.00 

Without charm. 

Price 89.60 





Ladies' Chains. 




No. 4T8005 Fine solid gold, 14-karat, soldered, bright polished trace 

linlis, Roman colored slide set, with three pearls. Price, <'ach 810.95 

No. 4T8000 lO-lcuiil, same style as above. Price, eacli 7.70 



No. 4T3007 Fine soliii gold. 14-liarat. soldered, briglit polished trace 

links, slide set with eight pearls and one opal. Price 87.87 

N0.4T2008 10-karat, same style as above. Price 6.85 




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No. 4T8009 Fine .solid gold, 14-karat, polished lapped cable links, sold- 
ered throughout, slide set with four pearls and one opal. Price.. . .813.40 
Xo. 4T2U10 10-karat, same Style as above. Price lO.OB 




No. 4T',J01.3 Fine solid gold, 11-karat, soldered rope pattern, slide very 

fancy, set with one diamond. Price 820. OO 

Ko. 4T3014 10-karat, same style as above. Price 14.00 




No. 4T8016 Fine solid gold. 14-karat, soldered, bright polished, lapped 

cable links, slide set with two pearls and one opal. Price 819.90 

NO.4T8017 10-karat, same style as above. Price 15.00 




No. 4T8018 10-karat, fine solid gold, plain jmlished links, ruby set slide. 
Not made in 11-karat. Price 86.80 



No. 4T8019 10-karat, fine solid gold, plain polislied, .strong soldered 
trace links, three pearls set in slide. Not made in 14-karat. I'rice 87.50 




No. 4T80ao 10-karat. fine solid gold, fancy bright polished, soldered 
links, heavy weight, opal set slide. Jsot madeln 14-karat. Price 88.8S 




No. 4T3021 10-karat, fine solid gold, Roman colored, chased soldered 
links, pearl set slide. Not made in 14-karat. Price 86.30 







No. 4T8028 10-karat. fine solid gold, bright polished, soldered links, 
three pearls in slide. Not made in 14-karat. Price 87.00 

No. 4T8023 10-karat, fine solid gold, bright polished, soldered links, 
two pearls and one turquoise set in slide. Not made in 14-karat. Price S8.00 

No. 4T3034 10-karat. fine solid gold, bright polished, soldered chased 
links, genuine rose diamond set slide. Not made in 14-karat. Price 87.60 



No. 4T2026 10-karat, fine solid gold, bright polished, soldered curb links, 
opal set slide. Not made in 14-karat. Price 84.76 

No. 4T3O026 1-karat, fine solid gold, bright polished, soldered trace 
links, ruby set slide. Not made in 14-karat. Price 86.00 

No. 4T2037 in-karat. fine solid gold, heavy, bright polished, soldered, 
(.rn-""ented trace links. Not made in 14-karat. Price 89.60 




7g SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 

BEST QUALITY NECK CHAINS, SOUP gold, gold filled and genuine ambeb 

OUR NECK CHAINS are the newest and best on the market. Only tasty designs carried in our stock. We show the two popular lengths, the regular 13-inch 

. chain and the new 22-inch chain. All chains illustrated on this page have soldered links. They are strong and durable. 

OUR GOLD FILLED CHAINS ARE WARRANTED TO WEAR FOR 20 YEARS. OUR SOLID GOLD CHAINS ARE WARRANTED SOLID GOLD THROUGH AND THROUGH. 











No. 4T8038^ 

Gold flUed 13- 
inch chain, Ko- 
man colored 
heart, set with 
turquoise. 

Price. ..»1. 18 



No. 4T3089 

Gold filled 13- 
Inch chain, 
fancy Roman 
colored gold 
pendant, set 
with ruby doub- 
let stone. 

Price. ..»1.B0 





No. 4T2031 

Gold filled 13- 
Inch chain, 
fancy Roman 
colored gold 
pendant, set 
with almandine 
stone. 

Price. ..81.40 



No. 4T3033 

Gold filled 13- 



No. 4T3036 

Gold filled 13- 



Inch chain, inch chain, 
fancy heart fancy pendant 
pendant, set set with 5 ruby 
with genuine doublets and 1 
opal. white stone. 

Price. ..»1.60 Price. ..»1.68 



No. 4T8038 

Gold filled 13- 
inch chain, 
fancy pendant 
set with 3 pearls 
and 1 genuine 
opal. 

Price.. .81.70 



No. 4TS039 No. 4T3040 

Gold filled 13- Gold filled 13-ii 
inch chain, Ro- chat n, brig! 
man colored pendant set wit 
pendant, seta pearls and 1 tui 
with 4 pearls quoise. Chain oi 
and 1 turquoise, namentod with 

Price. 81.60 turquoise balls. 
Price, ....*1.8 






No. 4X3038 Gold 
filled. 13-inch chain, 
S pearls and 1 ame- 
thyst. Price.. 81.75 



No. 4T2041 

Solid gold 13- 
Inch chain, Ro- 
man finished, 
fancy links. 

Price... 8 3. 00 



No. 4T3043 

Solid gold 13- 
inch chain, 
plain trace 
links, 6 pearls 
and 1 ruby cen- 
ter. Each.83.50 



No. 4T304S 

Solid gold 13- 
inch woven wire 
chain, set with 
12 pearls and 1 
real diamond. 

Price... 86. 40 



^ 



No. 4T3047 No. 4T3049 No. 4T3052 No. 4T3056 

Solid gold, 13- Solid gold, 13- Solid gold, 13- Solid gold, 13- 
Inch, plain in., heavy plain in., very heavy inch, soldered 
trace links, curb links, balloon links, rope chain, 
13 turquoise pendant set set with 4 pearls set with 1 gen- 
and 15 pearls. with U pearls, andl large ame- uineopal. 

Each... 84.60 Each... 85.36 thyst.Ea.86,00 Each. ..84.75 



T l I A-»-iU<—l»« JUg C= 



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j_»_»_» .1. I I .a_ji- g 




No. 4T2056 

Solid K-old,i; 

inch, soUlere 

rope chain, n 

pendant. 

Price... 83.0 

No. 4T2057 

As above, 2: 

Inch. 

Price . 85,7 

No. 4T3068 Solid gold, Roman finish, soldered trace links 
three heart pendants, each set with turquoise. This chain is par 
tlcularly adapted for babies and chlMren. Each 82.61 



dC 



n-X, 



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No. 4T2069 Genuine Amber Bead Necklace. This Is a genuine amber bead necklace of fine quality, strung on linen cord. 
The beads are beautifully cut and very transparent. Price 81.26 





No. 4T2060 Gold fill- 
•41 22-inch chain, plain 
Wtln finished, secret 
Ipchet. Holds two pic- 
Cores. Price 83.40 



No. 4T3062 Gold fill- 
ed 22-lnch chain, satin 
finished, two pictures, 
secret locket; set with 
8 rhinestones and 1 opal. 

Price 82.76 



No. 4T3063 Gold fill- 
ed 22-inch chain, fancy 
Roman pendant, set with 
18 fine rhinestones. 

Price 81.50 



No. 4T2064 Gold fill- 
ed 22-inch chain, fancy 
Roman pendant set with 
3 pearl drops, 1 large tur- 
quoise matrix and 2 
pearls. Price.. .81.98 



No. 4T2065 Gold fill- 
ed 2:3-inch chain, fancy 
pendant, set with 1 large 
amethyst and U pearls. 

Price 82.65 




No. 4T306e Gold fill 
ed 22-lneh chain, fane, 
Roman pendant set wit 
1 drop pearl, 1 large am 
ethyst and 3 pearls. 

Price 81.81 




No. 4T2067 Gold fill- 
ed 22-inch chain, bright 
polished, secret locket; 
nolds 2 pictures. Set with 
16 pearls and 1 rubv. 

Price 1*3.20 



No. 4T2068 Gold fill- 
ed 22-lnch chain, Roman 
colored, secret locket; 
hoIds3])icturcs. Set with 
t2near!san(l 1 turt|Uoise. 

I'rire .#2.60 



No. 4T3069 Gold fill- 
ed 22-inch chain, plain 
satin finished, secret 

locket, holds 2 picture.s. 
Price 83.26 



No. 4T3070 

Gold filled 22- 
inch soldered 
rope chain, 
no pendant. 

Price. 84,00 
No..4T3070ii 

A s above, 
solid gold. 

Price, 86.50 



No. 4T3071 

Gold filled 22- 
inch chain, 
no pendant. 
Price. 81.30 

No. 4T207154 

As above, 
solid gold. 
Price, 83.00 



No. 4T207 2 

Gold filled 22- 
inch chain, 
no pendant. 
Price. 81.80 

No. 4T207254 

As above, 
solid gold. 
Price, 84.50 



No. 4T207S 
Gold filled 23- 
inch cbalD 
no pendant. 

Price. 83.0* 

No. 4T2073JS 

As above 
solid gold. 
Price, 83.7e 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 73 



SOLID GOLD, GOLD FILLED AND SOLID STERLING SILVER DRACELETS. 




No. 4T3078 Child's or Baby Bracelet, g-old filled, bright finished, the 
very latest engraved bangles, soldered links. Piice, each SI. IS 

No. 4Ti081 Child's or Baby Bracelet, sterling silver, same as above, 
bright finished. Price, each S1.95 




No. 4T9086 
No. 4T3089 



No. 4T3083 Misses' Gold Filled Brace- 
let, plain polislied links, with raised orna- 
mented and polished lock, length 5 inches. 

Each S0.50 

Solid Sterling Silver, same as al)ove. Each 50 

Solid Gold, roman color, same as above. Each 3.00 




No. 4T'309T Gold Filled 

Bracelet, best quality, fancy 

chased links, raised. ornamented 

and polished lock. Each.»3.00 

Xo. 4T3098 .>i»niestyle. ^olid g. lid. En.h . .. .J 5 00 





Vii^ ibueu lucK. j:.acii 9.s.<*o 

No. 4TS103 SoUd Sterling Silver, same style as aliove. Each.... 1.7S 
^^=^^^ No.4T'.J104 Samestyle, solid gold. Each 6.50 



No. 4TJO<.l9 Gold Filled Rrace- 
let, Ijest (juality, with fancy chased 
links, raised, ornamented and pol- 
ished lock. Each S3.45 

Each l."* " 




P^ 




No. 4T2106 Gold Filled Bracelet, 

best quality, plain polished liidis and 
lock. Each »2.25 




No. 4T3109 Gold Filled Bracelet, 

best quality, flattened links, fancy 
chased, raised, ornamented and pol- 

islied lock. Each S'J.OO 

No. 4T'3H3 Solid Sterling Silver 
Bracelet, flattened chased links, raised, ornamented and satin lock. 

Each S2.5S 





No. 4T2 114 Gold Filled Bracelet, bright pol- 
lished square hand chased links, something 
novel; raised, ornamented, polished lock. 

Each S3.00 

No. 4T2115 Solid Sliver Bracelet. Same as 
^a.bove, but not 'dinscd link's; plain cnJin finishfd lock. Ea.S2.35 






No. 4T3119 Fancy Gold Filled, hand 
,, chased, hand engraved, soldered throughout, 
^ raised ornamented locj;, the very latest pat- 
tern. Price, each S8.75 



No. 4T3120 Gold Filled Bracelet, loose 
curb flattened links witli chased center, with 
raised, ornamented and polished lock. 

Each SI. 75 



AT $2.50 HiiS-IS 



4T2(22 



WONDERFUL BARGAIN. 



We still own a good quantity ol these bracelets, bought at a »ery low price. We give you 

this opportunity to own one at less than dealers pay lor the same thing ol the jobber. 
If by mall, postage on these bracelets, extra, 3c; registry and insurance extra. 




No. 4T3123 Solid Silver Bracelet, hand en^avcd and hand chased, six 
solid silver heart pendants, each set with turquoise and opal. Price, for 

complete bracelet B2.50 

No. 4T'J134 Gold 
filled, bright polish- 
ed, patented, beauti- 
fully ornamente^l 
spring bracelet. 
Fits any size wrist. 
Picture shows brace- 
et stretched to % 
size; springs back to 
one-half the size 
shown. Thisbraceiet 
is abrand new Idea. It 
fills a long felt want. 
Price, each.. .83.6(1 

NETHERSOLE BRACELETS. 





No. 4T3153 
Gold Filled, 

bright polished 

embossed hearts. 

Each 81.96 



No. 4T3156 
Sterling Silve**, 

plain polished, 
embossed hearts. 

Each 81.85 

No. 4T3157 

Baby size, same 
as above 85c 



No. 4T3159 

Sterling SUver, 

bright polished, 

embossed hearts. 

Each 68c 



No. 4T8161 
Sterling Silver. 
handchased,hand 
embossed. 

Each 90c 

No. 4T316a 

Baby size, same 

as above 45e 




No. 413163 
Sterling Silver, 

bright twist. 

E^ch 65c 

No. 4T3164 
Baby size, same 
as above 46c 



If by mail, postAge extra, 3 cents. 



No. 4T8165 
Sterling Silver, 

embossed fancy. 

twist.extra heavy 

Each 86c 



No. 4T2168 
Sterling Silver, 
hand enTaved, 
hand chased, 
bright polished. 

Each 81.75 

No. 4T2169 
Gold Filled, same 
as above. 
Each S3.50 



No. 4T31T4 

Sterling Silver, 

light weight, 

plain polish, 

bright finish. 

Each 65« 



74 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



GOLD FILLED RINGS AND SILVER, GOLD 
FILLED AND SOLID GOLD THIMBLES 

HOW GOLD FILLED RINGS ARE MADE 



HOW TO DETERMINE THE SIZE; 

Cut ft Strip of thick paper so that the ends will exactly meet, when 
drawn tightly around the second joint of the lin^rer. 

Lay one end on the diagram at O and order the size the other end 
indicates. 






RING SIZES. 



w 



SEE OUR 

PRICES ON 



fK offer you here a page of gold filled rings. We believe it would be inter- 
estint' to yon and much more satisfactory before makine a purchase of a 
froUl tilli-fl rins; to know just how they are made. It would seem to the aver- 
age ijersoii and even a mechanic that it would be a difficult prohlem tocompletely 
Jehvelopa pieceof hard composition metal with solid j.'old, and at Ihe same time 
turn out and place the goods on tlie market at such a low price. The operation, 
however, is very easy when it is un<lerst<«)d. To start with, a piece of solid gold tube 
from! '4 to 2 inches in diameter is taken and the hole on the inside mail4- perfectly smooth, after which 
a piece of hard fine composition metal is placed on the inside of the tube so as to fit the openmg per- 
fectly *otiie fine gold solder is now placed in the crevice and the wliole is inserted in the furnace. 
As soon as the two pieces are heated sufficiently the solder flows int<i the crevice, after which it is 
removed from the furnace, and after it is cold the two original pieces are one. 

One end of this piece is then hammered and drawn out, so as to make it a little smaller, alter 
which it is inserted in what is called the draw plate, which is a long steel plate with 
a number of holes in it of such shape as the pieces which it is desired to make. 
These holes are graduated in size, at one end being very large and at the other end 
.small The piece of material to be worked on is inserted in the larg-e hole first, and 
with a pair of tongs it is drawn through; this reduces the piece, when it is again 
hammered at the end to make it small enough to be inserted in the next smaller 
hole and in turn drawn througli tliis. The edges of the holes are all polished so as , . 

not to scrape but to press the metal. This drawing hardens the metal to such an 
extent that after drawing it through several times it would break easily. It is then annealed by in- 
sertinff it in the fire and allowing it to cool g-radually. After the piece has been drawn out to the 
* reouired shape and size, one end is bent around a steel mandrel until it has formed a circle 
of the size the ring is to be made. It is then cut off at the proper plai-e and both ends are 
carefully surfaced in order to bring them tojfether and make a perfect joint, and on tliis 
joint is placed .some fine gold solder and the ring inserted in afurnace sufficiently heated to 
i^ cause the soliler to flow into the joint. The ring is then polished carefully on a 

cotton liulT wheel with trlpoli and rouge, after which it is ready for the market. 
Solid gold rings are made in the same manner with the exception of the composi- 
tion metal on inside. ,. , . 
The market is fliKided with cheap brass rings which are electro gold plated, 
and are called rolled plate or rolled gold plaie, and which are utterly worthless. 
In gold filled rings we handle nothing but the very best. 

BEST QUALITY 14-KARAT GOLD FILLED RINGS. 

If by Mail, Postage on Rings, 2 Cents Extra. 






WILL BE FURNISHED 
IN SIZES 5 TO II 




No.'tT2238 I'lainoval No.4T2241 I'l 
band. Each ... 60c band. Eac-h 



^a^^si^ 







No. 4T2244 I'lainoval 
band. Each S1.30 



No. 4T2247 Plain oval 
band. Each . . »1.65 



No. 4T2250 I'lain flat 
band. Each. . »1.30 



No. 4T2253 Plain flat 
band. Each....»l.~0 



No. 4T2Zab 1 1 at band 
chased. Each....80o 







No. 4T2259 I'latband No. 4T2262 Flat band 
chased. Each... .76c chased. Each. ...80c 



N0.4T2265 Hai band, 
fancy engraved and 
embossed. 
Each Sl.OO 



No. 4X2268 Klatband, 
fancy engraved and 
embossed. 
Each SI. 30 



N0.4T227I rial hand, 
engraved and em- 
bossed. Each..»1.40 



No. 4T2274 Flat band, 
fancy engraved and 
embossed. 
Each S1.55 



N0.4T2277 Flat band, 
fancy engraved and 
embossed. 
Each 81.70 



DON'T FAIL TO GIVE SIZE 
OF RING WANTED. 



SECOND QUALITY GOLD FILLED RINGS. 



FOR THE PRICE NOTHING 
BETTER OH THE MARKET. 










No iT2280 Plain oval No. 4T2283 Plain oval No. 4T2286 Plain oval No. 4T2289 Plain oval No. 4T2292 Plain flat No. 4T2295 Plain flat N0.4T2298 I'Matband 
band Sh .. 45c baud. Ea.h 60c band. Each »Oc band. Each. . ..Sl.OO band. Each 90c band. Each... 81.0O chased. Each... .60o " 






N0.4T2301 Flat band 
chased. Each 5So 



N0.4T2304 Flat band 
ctlased. Each 60c 



N0.4T2307 Platband 
chased. Each C5c 






No. 4T2313 Flat band 
chased. Each — 75c 



No. 4T23i6 Mat band 
chased. Each — 8.'>c 



No. 4T2319 Flat band 
chased. Eai-h.. .9So 



SILVER, GOLD FILLED AND SOLID GOLD THIMBLES. 



IF BY ATAII., POSTAGE 
EXTRA, 8 CENTS. 



DON T FAIL TO G'VE SIZE 
OF RING WANTED. 










No. 4T2322 Solid 
silver. 
Each 16c 



No. 4T2323 Solid 
silver, heavy. 
Each 85c 



No. 4T2325 Solid 
silver, beautiful- 
ly engraved. 
Each 45c 



No. 4T2326 Solid 
silver, hand en- 
graved. 
Each 36c 



No. 4T2329 Gold 

filled, warranted. 

Each 60c 



No. 4T2331 tiold 
filled, engraved, 
warranted. 
Each 81.00 



No. 4T2332 Solid 
10-karat gold. 
Each 81.9S 



No. 4T2335 Solid 

14-karat gold. 

Each... 88. 7« 



SEARS, ROEBUCK «t CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. il2. 



75 



BABIES' AND CHILDREN'S COLD SET AND BAND RINGS. 



I BABY RINGS ARE MADE IN SIZES 

OP full instructions tor measurement ol ring size, see bottom ol page. 

BABY RINGS. 



FROW O TO 3. MISSES' RINGS IN SIZES FROM 5 TO 8 ONLY. 

When cash in full is sent with order the rings can be sent by mail, postage, 3 cents; registered mail, 8 cents extn. 



Sizes from O to 3 only. 




Ni>. < J 

use tiianiund. 
;ai-h....»1.50 



N'o. 4T2363 

I prarl. 
Ka.-li 55c 



>4». +X^364 
1 emcrakl doublet, 

8 pearls. 
Each 81.00 



Nil. ■tTa: 65 

1 turquo se. 

EiL-h 70c 



No. 4T3369 

Each 30c 



Xo. 4T237S 
Each 40c 



No. 4T23 7 5 
Each 5!»c 



No. 4T'i3 7 i 

Each 76c 



No. 4T2378 
Each 68o 





Nil. ,i;j«-J No. 4T2383 

Each 80c 2 turquoise, 1 

pearl. 

Each 65c 

lON'T FAIU TO GIVE SIZE 
OF RING WANTED. 







No. »r.:3»4 

I ffarnet. 

Ea.-h 68c 



No. ir.i386 

1 tuniuoise. 

Ea-li 80. 



No. *Ti388 

1 jjarnet. 

Each 78^ 



No. 4T'43!»3 

I ;;arnet. 
Each 58c 



MISSES' SOLID GOLD RINGS. Sizes from 5 to 8 only 



Nfi. 4T-43U8 

1 turquoise, 1 

pearl. 

Each 94c 



No. 4T5:405 

Fancy Diountlng, 

hand engraved, 

rose diamond 

Each S1.2B 




No. 4T2411 

1 carbuncle. 
Jach si.oo 






No. 4T3414 

9 pearls, 1 ruby 
Each SI.4J 



>o. 4x'^415 

1 opal. 

Each SI. 70 



>o. .4'l.*.i4l6 

1 ruby. 
Each »1.60 



No. 4T3417 

r> pe iris, I turquoise. 
Ea-h SI.OO 






No, .*x ^-t'^ti 

1 tire opal, 2 pearls. 
Each »l.«o 




No. 4T3419 

G pearls. 1 gar- 
net, fancy. 
Each 95c 



No. iTiiil 
5 pearls, 1 ruby. 
Each 81.45 



No. 4T-483 
10 pearls, 1 tur- 
quoise. Fa. S1.3S 



E.ach 



No. 4T3487 

1 pearl. 



SI. 35 




No. «i.-/i4i8 
1 Are opal. 
Each "• 



No. 4r-;-4*.iy 
En'.:raved set 
with pearl. 
Each. 





No. 4i;«4»0 

1 pearl, 2 turquoise. 
" ' 88e 



No. 4T3433 

1 opal. 
~aeh S1.06 



1 almandlne, 2 pearls. 
Each 88c 



No. 4T-43.> 

1 almandine. 

Each SI. 5 




No. 4T3431 

1 sapphire. 
Each ...SI. 40 



No. 4T»43a 

1 carbuncle. 
Each 80o 




No. -A^a-i'Sty 

Engraved band. 
Each S1.35 



No. 4T3437 

3 garnets. 
Each SI. 10 



No. 4T.:438 

Engraved band. 
Each SI.20 



No. 4T3*39 

1 ruby doublet, 2 pearls. 
Each" 81. as 






Ao. *x.i**0 

F.neravedband. 
Sach 65c 



No. 4T-44 1 

Engraved band. 
Each 70o 



No. 4TJ442 

Engraved band. 

Each 70c 






Engraved band. 
Each 75c 

SILVER^RINaS. 



.^^SnmKa 



No. .14,44 No. 4T3445 
Engraved band. Oval band. 
Each 80c Each !»8c 

DON'T FAIL TO GIVE SIZE 
OF RING WANTED. 



No. 4T-^446 
f>igraved band.' 
Each 81.00 




No. 4T3453 

With Chri.stian 
endeavor bangle. 
Each 80o 



No. 4T3456 

With Epworlh 
Ijeague bangle. 
~ ..20c 



Ijeagui 
Each. 



No. 4T3458 

Engraved, set 

with g.arnet. 

Each 50c 



NO.4T2460 

Engraved, set with 

t arnet. 
Each 76c 




DON'T FAIL TO GIVE SIZE 
OF RING WANTED. 





No. 4Ti465 

Engraved, set with 

3 rubies. Each... 90c 

No. 4T2466 Set 

with 3 emeralds. 

Each 80c 

ROLLED COLD PLATED RINGS. 



No. 4T3463 

Engraved, set with 3 

garnets. 
Each 80c 




No. 4T-4 7 

Snake pattern, set 

with 1 fine ruby. 

2 emerald eyes. 

Each 88c 



No. 4T347* 
I almandine 

Each 35c 

No. 4T3 4 7.> 
I ruby. Each. 25c 
No. 4T3476 1 
?merald. Ea..25c 



No. 4T2477 

1 turquoise. 

Ea.-h 25c 

No. 4Ti478 
1 rhinestone. 

Each 25c 



No. 4T3480 

1 fine brilliant. 

Each 45c 

No. 4T3481 
1 ruby. Ea.'h.45o 

No. 4T2482 1 
emerald. Ea..46c 






No. 4T3483 

1 fi!ie amethyst. 
Each "30c 



No. 4Ti4 86 

2 rubies. 2 pearls. 
Each 40c 



No. 4T2490 

9 pearls, 

1 turquoise. 

Each 60c 




No 4T3492 

Hi pearls, 3 rubies. 
Each 80c 




No. 4T3495 

Fine ruby 

doublet. 

Each 40c 






No. 4T34 99 

12 pearls, 1 opal. 
Each 70c 



No. 4T3500 

8 pearls, 1 ruby 

doublet. 

Each 50c 




HOW TO DETERMINE THE SIZE OF RING WANTED. 

Cut a strip of thick paper so that the ends will exactly 
neet, when drawn tiglitly around the second joint of the 
Inger. Lay one end on the diagram at O ana order tlie 
iize the other end indicates. 



No. 4T3501 No. 4T-.")U4 _ 

Brilliant and ? Fine intaglio. No. 4T3507 

garnets. fancy. Carbuncle. 

Each GOc Each 60c Each 70c 

,,,,,, THESE 5 RINGS ARE GOLD FILLED. 

\\\\\lll;//'/' GUAK.\NTEEU TO SATISFY. 




No. 4T3S13 

Cameo Sardonyx. 
Each 76o 



RING SIZES. 




0^'''//^ 




Tt — O 31 -X t- '.O , 



No. 4TJS14 

I 1 I'liin.'sl.me. 
U Each 60c 



No. 4T35 1 5 

I emerald. 
Each 68c 



No. 4TJ.'>l<J 

:i ral.i.'s. 
Each 70c 



No. 4T'i.^l 7 

3 rliinest.nu's. 
Each 50c 



No. 4T-.^il8 

^ ^!l!ne^t.lnes, 1 
turquoise.Ea.66o 



76 



SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



FINEST QUALITY SOLID GOLD BAND SEAL AND GENTS' SET RINGS. 



POSTAGE ON RINGS. EXTRA, 2 CENTS. 
By Registered Mail, tOc. 




No. 4T8628 

Sold Initial. S3.15 

No. 4T3'>31 
Clold loitial, 4 dia- 
monds S4.ao 



No. 4T3534 

Gold Initial. .S3.35 

No. 4T3537 
Gold Initial, 5 dia- 
monds S4.75 





No. 4T3640 

Gold Initial «3.00 

No. 4T3544 Gold Ini- 
tial, ediamonds. . .»6.35 



No. 4T3554 

Gold Initial 85.10 

No. 4T3555 Gold Ini- 
tial, li diamonds... S8.50 
WE SUPPLY ANY INITIAL. The rings abovefurnished with Odd Fellow, Masonic or Knights of Pythias emblems at same price as quoted for initials. 



No. 4T3547 

Gold Initial Si6.75 

No.4T3.'551 Gold Ini- 
tial, 6 diamonds... *9. 50 



No. 4T3B56 

Gold Initial »7.36 

N0.4T3557 Gold Ini- 
tial, 6 diamonds. .SIO.OO 









No. 4T2563 

Flat Belcher, set with 
Kubv Doublet. Ea..«3.50 

No. 4T3558 No. 4T3559 No. 4T3560 No. 4T3561 No. 4T3563 No". 4T3564 As above. 
Seal Ring. Each,!B1.50 Seal Ring. Each.S3.00 Seal Ring-. Each,»4.86 Seal Ring. Each,»4.2S .Seal Ring. Each,»4.50 set with Emerald Doublet. 
Alonogram 30c extra. Monogram 35c extra. Monogrram 50c extra. Alonogrram 50c extra. Monogram 50c extra. Each $3.50 



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(0 



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tXi o f, 

5 = g 



\ 




No. 4T3566 
Gypsy Ring. Set 
with 3 Ruby Doublets 
Each »3.98 



No. 4T3568 

Carbuncle. 
Each »3.7( 




No. 4Ta6«!» 
.Set with Ruby Doublet 
or Emerald Doublet. 
Each 83.50 



No. 4T3571 

Tiger Eye Cameo. 
Each 81.75 



No. 4T3573 

Tiper Eye Cameo. 
Each iS3.oo 



No. 4T3573 

Onyx Intaglio. 
Each 83.15 




SOLID SILVER RINGS. 



No. IT^." 
Tiger Eye (.' 
Each 



ameo. 
83.15 



DON'T 

FAIL T< 

GIVE 

SIZEOI 

RING 

WANTEI 



No. 4T3576 No. 4T3578 

Solidsilver. Ea 60c Solid silver. Ea. 50c 

No. 4T3577 Gold No. 4T367854 Gold 

Topped Shield. ..80c Topped Hearts. ..70c 







No. 4T35 79 No. 4T3r.81 No. 4T3683 No. 4T3583 No. 4T3584 

Solidsilver. Ea..40c SoUdsilver. Ea..33c Solid silver. Ea 3»o Solid silver. Ea .. 46c Solid silver. Ea. 61 



FINEST QUALITY SOLID COLD PLAIN AND ENGRAVED BAND RINGS. 





mm 



'€ 



JJU** 





2 dwt. 
No. 4T3586 10- 

karat 81.30 

N0.4T3587 14- 

karat 1.60 

No. 4T3588 18- 

karat 3.00 



3 dwt. 
No. 4T3589 10- 

karat 81.80 

No. 4T3590 11- 

karat 2.40 

N0.4T2591 18- 

karat 3.00 




5 dwt. 6 dwt. 2 dwt. 4 dwt. 6 dwt. 

NO.4T3393 10- NO.4T3595 10- NO.4T3598 10- NO.4T36O110- No. 4T3604 10- 

karat 83.00 karat 83.<i0 karat 81.30 karat 83.40 karat 83.' 

No. 4T3593 14- No. 4T3506 U- No. 4T3599 14- No. 4T3603 14- No. 4T3605 14- 

karat 4.00 karat 4.80 karat 1.60 karat 3.30 karat i-' 

No. 4T3594 18- No. 4T3597 18- No. 4T3600 18- No. 4T3603 18- No. 4T3606 18- 

karat 5.00 karat G.OO karat 3.00 karat 4.00 karat f>. 



No. 4T3608 No. 4T3C11 
Each 93c Each * 1 




Q 
UJ 

I- 

Z 
< 
03 J 





No. 4T36J4 No. 1T3615 No. 4T3018 < No. 4T3620 No. 4T:n33 

E;ich 81. lo Each 81.30 Fach 81.35 J Each 81. 38 Each ■*!. 



O 



u. 
O 





No. 4T3635 No. 4T3G37 

Each 81.56 Each. 




No. 4T3630 No. 4T3633 No. 4T3636 ||| No. 4T3639 No. 4T3<i43 . 

Each 81.68 Each si. 75 Each 81.78 ^ Each 81.80 Each ■*!.! 



No. 4T3644 No. 4T3647 
Ba«h *1.9S Each 81.96 j Each 

U. 




o 

Q 




No. 4T3663 No. 4T3663 
Baeh 83.36 Each 83. ■ 



No. 4T3665 No. 4T366G No. 4T30G9 No. 4T3673 No. 4T3675 
Each 83.58 Each 83.65 Each 83.75 Each 83.80 Each 8»- 



ti SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.. Cheapest Supply H ouse on Earth. Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 77 

.LADIES' AND MISSES' FINE * 

ISECT OUR LINE OF RINGS. ^"^^ *''* •*y'* "' settlnes, the stones 

used and general get up or them. Tlien 

e le low prices we are asking, compare any one of them with those of your 
£;ls, and remember, they are solid gold turoacli and through. 

ours are not the best and you are not saving money. DON'T BUY. 




», 413 700 En- 
's ed mounting, 
t) nerald sets. 

IC »1.35 

S.4T3'01 Tur- 
O'sut. Ea.,»1.3S 
S. 4T2'03 Kuby 
1.35 




S.1T21-.J5 Fancy 
01 ting, 4 pearls, 4 
Ires. 

si.oo 




TC.1T2743 Fancy 
31: ing. emerald 
d (by. 
•c S1.S8 




S.|4T3761 Plain 

oi: ing, 3 alman- 

it 14 pearls. 

ic' 83.00 




!CdlT278a 2 ru- 
isll emerald, 1 

c! ss-eo 




»0 4T2803 Pol- 

ieii mounting, 1 
ei d, 16 pearls, 
d •4.75 



Plain 
U;inj.4fire opals 
i "olivines. 




84.60 



:2845 Polish- 
lain tooth 
J' ng, extra 
y: ruby set. 

b •a.ao 




»• T8861 Pol- 

■1 li?ht weight 

■ • 2 tur- 

j earls. 

...S1.60 




NO.4T8703 Fancy 
mounting, ruby doub- 
let set. Eaoh..»!{.00 

No.4Ta704 Emer- 
aIddoublet.Ea.S!J.OO 




No. 41^7 38 Fancy 
mountiu" 1 ruby 
doublet. Each . 8 1.00 

No. 4T87 89 Emer- 
ald doublet. Ea8 1 .9o 




N0.4T8746 Bright 

mounting, 5 emer- 
alds, 8 pearls. 
Each 8^.75 




No. 4Tai62 Plain 
mounting, 6 pearls 
and 3 turquoise. 
Each 8ie.90 




N0.4T3788 Fancy 
mouatlng, trumpet 
shank, ruby set. 
Each 8%.eo 




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111 

t- 
Z 
< 



111 

N 
« 

III 

> 

a 
o 

h 



< 

IL 

Z 

O 

O 



No. 4T3806 Fancy 
mounting, 4 tur- 
quoise, 7 pearls. 
Each 83. 7S 




No. 4T3830 Polish- 
ed mrjuntlng, 3 opals, 
4 rublei. Each 84.00 




No. 4T8848 Plain 

mounting, 5 opals. 6 

pearls. 

Each 84.36 




POSTAGE ON RINGS, 2'CENTS EXTRA. 



SOLID COLD STONE RINGS... 

GET A BIRTHDAY RING. ^"^ *T27I7 U a birthday nng for 81.98, th« 

best value ever oiTered. The stones used, accord 

Ing to month, are as follows: .January, (Jarnel; February, Amethyst; Mtknb, 
Bloodstone; April, Diamond Doublet; May, Emerald; June, Agate; July 
Ruby; August, Sardonyx; September, Sapphire; October, Opal; November' 
Topaz; December, Turquoise. Take your choice, $| 98 each. 




No. 4T3710 En- 
graved mounting, 3 
almandint-. Ea.8f.46 

No. 4T2711 Ruby 
doublets. Ea..81.46 




No. 4T3730 Heavy 
fancy m o u nt i n g , 
large fire opal. 
Each 83.10 




N0.4T3749 Fancy 

mounting, 3 rubles, 3 

moonstones. 

Each 83.60 




No.4T.J767 Bright 
mounting^] emerald, 
6 pearls. Each,8S.60 




NO.4T3790 Fancy 
mounting, 12 rubles, 
Spearls. 
Each 83.78 




No. 4T3809 Engrav- 
ed mounting, 1 opal, 
1 almandine, 6 pearls. 
Each .83.80 




No. 4T3831 Polish- 
ed Tiffany mounting, 
3 large fire opals. 
Each 86.00 




No. 4T3851 Plain 
mounting, 1 ruby, 12 
brilliants. 
Each 8«.76 





N0.4T3713 Heavy 
fancy mounting, 3 
amethysts. 
Each 82.26 




No. 4T2734 Plain 
mounting, raised or- 
naments. 3 pearls, 2 
garnets. Each, 82.16 




N0.4T2758 Fancy 
mounting, 3 alman- 
dlnes, 10 pearls. 
Each 82.00 




No. 4T3770 Bright 
mounting, 4 pearls, 1 
ruby. Each.. 82.60 




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m 



N 
PI 

O 
•n 



N0.4T2794 Fancy 
mounting, 2 rubles 
and 2 whole pearls. 
Each 82.76 




Z 

c 

> 
z 

H 

m 

o 



No. 4T2815 Fancy 
mounting, 2 rubles. 
2 pearls. Each, 84.00 




No. 4T!«»a6 Fancy 
mounting, 1 emerald, 
12 pearls. 
Each 82.76 




No. 4T3854 Bright 

mounting. 3 emeralds 
2 rubles, 8 pearls. 
Each 83.16 





No. 4T3 716 Fancy 
mounting, amethyst. 
2 pearls. Each, 81.66 




No. 4T3737 Fancy 
mounting, 1 tur- 
quoise, 6 pearls. 
Each 8a.*a 




o 



■q N0.4T2768 Plain 
> mounting, 4 rubles. 1 
— pearl. Each. 83. 78 




No. 4T2773 En- 
graved mounting, 1 
large ruby. 
Each 82.38 




N0.4T3795 Polish- 
ed Tiffany mounting. 
5 fire opals. 
Each 8S.S0 




No. 4T3H16 Plain 
mounting, 4 opals, 1 
olivine. Each. 83.00 




No.4T»»3I Plain 
mounting, 6 genuine 
fire opals, B pearls, 1 
ruby. Each... 84. is 

Hi 




No. 4T2856 Engraved 
mounting, rhinestones, 1 
turquoise. Each 82.30 




No. 4T2863 Pol- No. 4T'i864 Pol- N ,. 4T3866 Pol- No 4T28BB P.,1 

mountlni^''6 0D"al's^''5 '^^^^, "^'"l "«,'8" '^"^^ "ght ^veig'ht is?ed Hght^^wef^h," 

Mar?, I'a^h '^■1 ao S."i"?"°f K°^S\\^ mounting, 3.a||des, 6 mounting! 3 opals, 4 

pearls. Hach. 81.60 pearls. Each. 81.60 pearls. Each^Lso pearls. Each. .81.60 

DONT FAIL TO GIVP. SIZE OF RING^ANTED. 




N0.4T2717 Ptolt 

Tiffany fire opal. 

Each 81.98 

No. 4T3719 Gen- 
uine diamond. 
Each 840.0«i 




NO.4T3740 Plala 
mounting. 4 garne^ 
( pearls. Each. 82.71 




No. 4T2768 Plain 
mounting, 1 larga 
opal. 
Each 83.00 




No. 4T3778 En- 

f;rav6d mounting, I 
arge amethyst. 

Each 8a.aa 




No. 4T380O Polish ■ 
ed mounting, fanCT, 
10 rubles, 5 rS 
pearls. Each... 84.40 




No.4T2824 EngraT- 
ed mounting, 11 
emeralds, 10 pearls. 
Each S3US0 




No. 4T3843 Fancy 
mounting. 4 rublea 
5 whole pearls. 
Each 84.0O 




No. 4T'3860 En 
graved mounting, 4 
pearls, 1 almanaine. 
Each 83.00 




No. 412868 Pol 
ished light weight 
mounting 12 pearls. 2 
rubies. Each. .81.60 



79 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 



112. 



Crystalline Diamond Rings, Studs, Earrings and Brooches in Solid Gold and Gold Filled Mountings! 



THE CRYSTALLINE DIAMOND. 



A new and wonderful discoTery of „ 
chemist. It surprised everybody, It is the 

nearest approacli to tlie genuine diamond ever discovered. Only experts can 

see tlie dilTerence between our Crystalline diamonds aud tlie genuine diamonds 

from tlie Kimberly mines in Africa. 

BRILLIANCY. Oar Crystalline diamond looks like a diamond and 

wears like a diamond. At night it gives out a peculiar phosporescent ligUt. 

Few genuine diamonds have this peculiarity at all. 




WE SET MANY OF THESE STONES »"*«>« "^""""nK^ onrselves. Itlsom 
" " ' — Si! — iin-ut. uiuiiuu especial care to see that every piece 1 

carefully inspected for faulty stones or settings. 

Tile stones used in this entire line are of the same quality. Ton cannot 
appreciate the perfection of the Crystalline diamond, nor can we describeor 
picture the beauties of this stone on paper. 

YOU MUST SEE THEM TO UNDERSTAND THEM, 




No. 4T3905 Solid — No. 4TJ908 riolid 
gold. Each 84.35 tt gold. Each....»4.00 





No. 4T3930 Solid 
gold. Each ....S3.35 

No. 4T3923 Rolled 
plate. Each 50c 




No. 4T29S6 Solid 
gold. Each S3.00 O 

No. 4T3939 Rolled H 
plate. Each 60c 



No. 4T«933 Solid 

gold. Earh....S4.50 

No. 4T3935 Rolled 

plate. Each 65c 




No. 4Ta938 Solid 
gold. Each....«3.00 

N0.4T3941 Rolled 
plate. Each 60c 




No. 4T3944 Solid 

O gold. Each....»3.85 

H No. 4T3947 Rolled 

plate. Each 54c 



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IL 



o 

Q 




No. 4T8956 Solid 
gold. Each.... 91.40 



No. 4T3959 Solid 
gold, fancy mount- 
ing. Each S1.15 



No. 4T',J963 Solid 
gold, fancy mount- 
ing. Each »1.85 



POSTAGE ON EARRINGS, 2 CENTS EXTRA 



No. 4T3965 Solid 
gold, plain mounting. 
Each 90c 

No. 4T3966 Same 
style, gold filled. 

Each. 



No. 4T3 968 Solid 

fold, plain mounting. 
;ach S1.25 

No. 4T3969 Same 
style, gold filled. 
iEach 55c 




No. 4T39T1 Solli 
gold, plain mounting. 
Each 83.oe 

No. 4T2973 Same 
style, gold filled. 

Each 600 




No. 4Xj>»iO Gold filled, sat 
with 7 stones. Each 65c 



NO.4T3033 Gold tilled, rose 
finish, set with 7 stones. 
Each 78c 



NO.4T3034 

with 9 stones. 



Gold til led, set 
Each 95c 



No. 4T3036 Gold filled, set No. 4'r.i"as» Gold fllled.set 
withSstones. Each, ...81.15 with 25 stones. Each.,.»l.SO 





POSTAGE 

ON 

BROOCHES, 

2 CENTS. 

8 CENTS 
EXTRA FOR 
REGISTRY. 





No. 4T3035 Solid gold, set With one No. 4T3036 Solid gold, 
gtone. Each 83.75 seven stones. Each 



set with 
....86.00 



No. 4T3038 Solid gold, set with one No. 4T3040 Solid gold, set withooj t, 
stone. Each 88.00 stone. Each 87.W f 



m 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.112. 



79 



He buys them at the right place at the right price. You get the benefit of our purchaalng power and knowledge^ 



iENUINE DIAMONDS IN SOLID GOLD RINGS, LOCKETS, GUFF BUTTONS, LINKS AND SCARF PINS, ''lo^^^%^^^it:' 

Jever before in the history of the jewelry business have such values in Genuine Diamonds, set in the highest class mountings and illustrated on this page, been offered. 

1IIR niAMflNn^ ^^ Import them ourselve^t direct from Amsterdam, the greateut diamond market in the world. Our buy«:r mukeH thiH foreign tr)|» 

knd only pay us our one 
mall per cent of profit 
kdded to the actual cost 
»f the goods. 

80SE DIAMONDS 



Mo. 4T305;i 

2 rose di;imonds 



ire of the eauie luate- 

'ial as any genuine dia- 

nond. The difference 

between the rose dia- 

nond and any other is 

,nlyln the cutting. Ko8e ^nd a "garnet'i': 

liamonds are cat witli Each 83.76 

lat bottoms and faceted 

ops. When not Btate<l 
ose diamond in the de- 
cription, the diamond 
saregularcut brilliant. 

INY ARTICLE HERE, 

IF BY MAIL,, 

>OSTAGE EXTRA, 4 

CENTS. 




REGISTRATION OR 
NSCRANCE EXTRA, 




T3056 No. 4T3059 

2 very fine rose dia- 2 very fine rose dia- ^ 
monds and 2 fire monasand2lar{ie fire S 
opals. Each....»4.85 opals. Each.. ..87.50 



No. 4T3060 

3 fine rose diamonds 
fancy mounting. 
Each 86.50 




No. 4T3068 

6 very lint' rosedia- 1 diamond fancy 
moudsaud 1 fire opal, mounting. 
Each 88.35 Each. 83. 7S 



*o74T307T 

2 fine rose diamonds 
and 2 emeralds. 
Each 84.10 



No. 4T3074 

2 fine rose diamonds 
and I large opal. 
Each 85.75 




4T 

2 fine rose diamonds 
and 1 almandine. 
Each 84.95 



o. 4T3080 

4 fine rose diamonds 
and 3 fire opals. 
Each 86.85 



No. 4T3083 No. 4T3086 

8 fine rose diamonds 6very fine rose dia- 

and 4 almandines. monds and 1 emerald 

Each 89.95 doublet. Each, 87.50 




No. 4T3090 1 rose dia- 
lond, solid gold. Holds 
De picture. Each 86.00 



No. 4T3098 1 rose dia- 
mond, solid gold. Holds 
one picture. Each 86.75 



NO.4T3094 1 diamond, 
solid gold. Holds one 
picture. Each 89.00 



No. 4T3096 6 rose dia- 
monds, solid ffold. Holds 
one picture. Each81)S.60 



NO.4T3098 1 diamond, 
2 emeralds, solid gold, 
onepicture. EachSlS.SO 



NO.4T3099 1 diamond, 
solid gold. Holds two 
pictures. Each.. 814.00 




No. 4T3100 1 diamond. 
)lld gold. Holds two 

ictures. 

Euch 87.00 



No.4T31031diamond, 
solid gold. Holds two 
pictures. 

Each 87.00 



No. 4T31031 diamond, No.4T31«4 Five large No.4T31051 diamond, 

solid gold. Holds one rose diamonds.solid gold, solid gold. Holds two 

picture. Holds one picture. pictures. 

Each 88.50 Bach 88.50 Each 87.50 



No. 4T3106 Fivelarge 
rose diamonds and one 
emerald.solid gold. Holds 
two pictures. Ea.813.S0 




No. 4T3108 Solid W- 
irat gold; 1 rose dia- 
ond. Per pair.. 83. 36 



No. 4T3109 Solid 14- 

karat gold; 1 diamond. 

Per pair 86.50 



No. 4T3110 Solid 14- No. 4T31ia Solid 14- 

karat gold; 1 diamond. karat gold; 1 diamond 

Per pair 87.35 Per pair 85.00 

SCARF PINS. 



No. 4T3114 Solid 14- No. 4T3 115 Solid U- 

karat gold; 1 rose dia- karat gold; 1 rose dia- 
mond. Per pair.. 84. 75 mond. Per pair. .. 84.6<> 




No. 4T3116 

Joman finished 
'escent, 1 rose 
' tmond. 

iach 81.75 



N0.4T3117 

Roman finished 
Knot, 1 fine cut 
diamond. 

Each 83.75 



No. 4T3118 

Bright finished. 
1 fine cut diamond 
and 4 pearls. 

Each 83.95 



N0.4T3119 

Roman finished 
Knot. 1 fine cut 
diamond. 

Each 84.80 



No. 4T3120 

Bright finished 
1 fine cut dia- 
mond. 10 pearls. 

Eac-h . .84.75 



iMo. 4TJ131 

Bright finished, 
green enameled, 1 
fine diamond. 

Each S3.40 



No. 4T3133 
R(^mau finish, 1 
fine diamond. 
Eieh 83.80 




No. 4T3133 

Roman finish. 1 
tine di.amond. 
Each 83.90 



N0.4T3134 

opal. 12 rose 
« ra(mds. 
■ach 87.80 



No. 4T3135 

1 tunjuoise, 6 
rose diamonds. 
Each 84.50 



No. 4T3136 

Fine Roman 
Knot, 1 rose dia- 
mond. Ea.. 83.86 



No. 4T3137 

Bright finished, I 
fine diamond. 6 
pearls. Ea. 83.95 



No. 4T3138 No. 4T3139 

Bright finished. Bright finished, 

1 fine diamond. 6 enam'd. 1 Hnedia- 

pearls. Ea.83.76 mond. Ea.. 84.00 



No. 4T3130 No. 

Bright finished. Bright fin 

1 fine diamond. 3 1 fine dia 

pearls. Ea.84.35 pearls. 




so SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply Hou se on Earth, Ch. 

FANCY COMBINATION RINCS. 



'U. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



GENUINE DIAMONDS, RUBIES, EMERALDS, SAPPHIRES, OPALS AND 
EXTRA FINE DOUBLETS SET IN SOLID GOLD 14-KARAT MOUNTINGS. 
....THE DESIGNS IN OUR FANCY RINGS ARE MOST ARTISTIC AND BEAUTIFUL.... 

IN RpnARD TO THF nUMHISin^ quoted below, where It does not state roao 
IW KLUAnu in IHt UlftlVIUWUa diamond, the diamond Is a regular cut brll- 



mnjc THF PRICF^ They have never been quoted as low before— prices that 
nuic in c rnii/co. ^g ^re able to give on account of importing not alone 
diamonds, but rubies, sapphires and opals from their native countries. 
RFMFMRFR *'''® ^''°°^^ ^^ ^^'"y carefully selected, carefully weighed, thor- 
ncnicniDcn „„j,hiy inspected for flaws or blemishes, and we insure our 
customers receiving )?oods exactly as we represent and describe them In our 
catalogue. 



liant. The regular cut diamond is the most brilliant and . therefore, the 
most costly. These rings are especially adapted for engagement rln^^, 
presentation and graduation gifts. 

U/F r»N MiKP Tn nnnPR ^"y designed ring desired, either cluster or single 
wci,nra IHHIVC luunucn stones, at prices we guarantee the lowest of all competitori. 




N0.4T3141 IRose 
Diamond, i Buby 
Doublets. Ea. 83.85 



No. 4T3148 2 Rose 
Diamonds, 3 Tur- 
quoise. Ea....S4.50 



No. 4T3145 6Eose 
Diamonds, 1 Ruby 
Doublet. Ea.. 85.60 



N0.4T3149 1 Dia- 
mond. 
Eacb 83.85 



No. 413158 1 Dia- 
mond, 1 Emerald and 
1 Ruby Doublet. 

Each 84.25 



N0.4T3155 1 Dia- 
mond, 1 Emerald 
Doublet. Ea... 84.80 



No. 4T3158 1 Dia- 
mond, 3 Emerald 
Doublets. Ea.. 84.95 




N0.4T3168 4 Rose 
Diamonds, 2 Emerald 
Doublets. Ea. 86.85 



N0.4T3165 1 Dia- 
mond, Emerald and 
Kubyeyes. Ea.86.50 



No. 4T3166 2 Dia- 
monds. 1 Turquoise. 
Each 86.95 



N0.4T3173 1 Dia- 
mond. 2 Opals. 
Each 85.46 



No. 4T3175 4Rose No. 413178 2Dia- No. 4T3182 IDia- 
Diamonds, 3 Ruby monds, 2Ruby Doub- mond, 1 Genuine 
Doublets. Ea. 87.00 lets. Each. ..89.00 Ruby. Each... 86.80 




■ No. 4T3186 2 Dia- 
monds, 3 fenulne 
Rubies. 
Each 87.40 



N0.4T3188 2 Dia- 
monds, 2 genuine 
Olivines. 

Each 87.50 



N0.4T3191 IDia- No. 4T3194 1 Dia- 
mond 2eenuine£ap- mond. 2 genuine 
phlrcs. Each. .87.00 Rubies. Each.. 87. 60 



N0.4T3197 1 Dia- 
mond. 
Each 86.00 



N0.4T3198 2 Dia- 
monds, 1 Fire Opal. 
Each 89.00 



No. 4T3803 1 Dia- 
mond, 3 genuine 
Rubles. Each. 89.85 




NO.4T3806 3 Dia- 
monds, 2 genuine 
Rubies. Each. .89.50 



No. 4T3809 2 Dia- 
monds and 1 Opal. 
Each 87.50 



N0.4T3812 3 Dia- 
monds. 
Each 813.00 



No. 4T3815 2Dla- 
monds, 1 Garnet. 
J^ach 815.00 



No. 4T3318 2Dia- 
monds.2 Hne Almand- 
ines. Each.... 89.00 



N0.4T3831 5 Dia- 
monds. 8 genuine Ru- 
bies. Each.. .888.60 




N0.4T3884 2 Dia- 
monds, 2 Emerald 
Doublets. Ea. 89.85 



No. 4T3389 6 Rose 
Diamonds,? Ruby 
Doublets. Ea.810.50 



No. 4T3838 2 Dia- 
monds and 1 large 
fire Opal. 

Each. 83.50 



N0.4T3836 6 Dia- 
monds and 1 Opal. 
Each 888.50 



No. 4T3837 2 Dia- 
monds and 1 large 
Fire Opal. 

Each 811.50 



No. 4T3843 4 Dia- 
monds, 1 Fire OpaL 
Each 811.00 



No. 4T3288 2 Dia- 
monds, and 2 Imita- 
tion Turquoise. 

Each 813.5* 



#^^^ ^ 



No. 4T3846 2 Dia- 
monds, 1 large Tur- 
quoise. Ea. .811.85 




No. 4T3848 4 Dia- 
monds. 3 Emerald 
Doublets. Ea..»13.85 



No. 4T3851 12 Dia- 
monds and 1 Sapphire 
Doublet. Ea.. 828.60 



No. 4T3253 2 Dia- 
monds. 2 Fire Upals. 
Each 813.80 



No. 4T3866 4 Dia- 
monds and 1 large 
fire Opal. Ea.8l6.oo 



No. 4T3358 3 Dia- 
monds and 3 genuine 
Rubies. Each.S18.00 



N0.4T3864 4 Dia- 
monds, 3 Fire Opals. 
Each S14.00 



No. 4T3867 4 Rose 
Diamonds. 3 Fire 
Opals. Each .88.25 




No. 4T3369 Slarge 
Diamonds and 3 small 
Diaaionds.Eu.830.00 



No. 4T3870 4 Dia- 
monds, 2 Imitation 
Turquoise .... 823.00 



N0.4T3872 lODia- No.4T3874 8 Dia- 
monds, 1 Fire Opal. monds. 4 Fire Opals. 
Each 816.78 Each 830.00 

DOH'T FAIL TO GIVE SIZE OF 



No. 4T3276 2 Dia- 
monds und 1 Ruby. 
Each 815.00 

RING WANTED. 



No. 4T3880 5 Dia- 
monds and 4 Fire 
Opals. Each. 886.00 



No. 4T3383 8 Dia- 
monds and 3 Fire 
Opals. Each. 831.00 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



81 



3ENUINE DIAMONDS and SOLID GOLD I4-karat MOUNTINGS. 

UB REFUND EXCHANGE AND OUARAWTEE CERTIFICATE. 



ITH EVERY DIAMOND WE ISSUE A WRITTEN BINDING GUARANTEE 

Ith u furtlior agreement that you can at any time return any diaiuond you 
ay select from tbl3 page, and exchange It for any other diamond or other 
-tide of jewelry at the same or a higher price. 
E FURTHER AGREE ON THE RET URN OF ANY DIAMOND purchased 

^^— ^^— ^^^^^^_— ^^^^^^— ^^^^^^^^ from 08 wHh- 

1 GO days of purchase* when so requested, to refund in cash your fuii pur- 
lase price and we further agree at any time after 60 days, on return of any 
amend to us, when requested to do so, to return your full purchase price 
SB XO per cent. 
aU CAN BUY A DIAMOND FROM US TODAY AT $4.10 TO $171.00 

id you can keep it for three months or three years or longer, and if you so 
3sire return It to us and we will refund you in cash the full amount of 
oney you paid us for it less 10 per cent. 

lAMONDS ARE A SAFE INVESTMENT. Tou have the benefit of every ad- 
— ^-^— ^^— ^^— — ^— — — — ^^^ vance in value and the guarantee 
lat you cannot possibly lose more than 10 per cent. 



OUR CASH REFUND PLAN MAKES TH E PURCHASE "' ?„'»'''"''"'' /?- 
■ pecially desirable, 

for it is a safe way of saving money. If you invest $10f). 00 in a diamondyou 
know that at any time you can return ft to us and receive In cash (90.00^ 
being your net cash purchase price less 10 per cent. The same applies on any 
priced diamond. 

OUR DIAMOND DEPARTMENT «» under the direction of an expert In this 
^■.— ^— ^— ^^^— ^— ^— ^— — line. We make our own mountings and do 
our own setting; so you are insured against the possibility of a diamond t>cinj( 
chipped or cracked while being set by clumsy or inexperienced workmen. 
Every stone is carefully weij^hed in a pair of scales that drop to the wei4?bt 
of a hair, and you receive a diamond weighing exactly the weif^ht quoted. 
In filling an order it will be sometimes necessary to send a stone which 
weij^hs a fraction more or less than the one ordered, but In such cases the 
price will be changed accordingly. 

DIAMONDS, BEAR IN MIND, NEVER WEAR OUT. They are indestructible, 

except that by a chemlca] 

process they may be reduced to their primitive elements. 

WE ASK A CAREFUL COMPARISON OF OUR GOODS with those shown 
-^ — — — — — . by other concerns, 

which will do more toward showing the value we give than any other argument. 




i\,-carat, 
..84.10 



44T3293 

Each 

44T3894 fs-carat. 

Each we-ao 




44X3311 ,'i-carat. 
Each »r.40 

44T33ia !«-carat. 
Each 811.60 







44T3396 jij-carat. 
Each 84.10 

4413897 .^-carat. 
Each 86.30 



44T3399 i\,-carat. 
Each 86.00 

44T3300 H-carai. 
Eai^h 810.95 



44T3303 iij-carat. 
Each 86.36 

44T3303 i-a-carat. 
Each 811.00 



44T3305 „\-carat. 
Each 87.00 

44T3306 H-carat. 
Each 810.96 



DON'T FAIL TO GIVE SIZE OF RING WANTED. 





44T3314 sVcarat 
Each 87.75 

44T3315 >«-carat 
Each 810.76 



44T3317 >i-carat. 
Each 811.50 

44T331S iVcarat. 
Each 816.76 





44T3330 H-carat. 
Each 811.50 

44T3381 A-carat. 
Each 816.78 



44T33S3 H-carat. 
Each 811.35 

44T3334 jSj-carat. 
Each 816.60 




44IJ5308 5»,-carat. 
Each 87.75 

44T3309 H-carat 
Each 810.7S 




44T3336 Ji-carat 
Each 810.75 

44T3337 M-carat. 
Each 831.8S 




•4T3389 J^-carat 
Bach 811.50 

44T3330 !4 -carat. 
Each 833.00 




44T3347 Ji-carat. 
Each 833.36 

44T3348 9i-carat. 
5ach 836.40 




44T3365 


5C -carat. 


5ach 


.879.35 


44T3366 


i4-carat. 


Jach 


.851.00 


44T3368 


!i-carat. 


Each 


...833.60 





44T3333 I's -carat. 
Each 815.75 

44T3333 ,»5-carat. 
Each 837.60 



44T3335 ,»,-carat. 
Each 816.35 

44T3336 A-carat. 
Each 838.00 





44T3338 ,aj-carat. 
Ea<-h 816.76 

44T3339 A-carat. 
Each 837.50 



44T3341 Ji-carat. 
Each 831.35 

44T3343 A-carat. 
Each 838.00 



DON'T FAIL TO GIVE SIZE 




44T3350 "i-carat. 
Eacli 831.75 

44T3351 ?, -carat. 
Each 836.16 





WANTED. 





44T3353 )4-carat. 
Each 831.76 

44T3354 ?s-carat. 
Each 836.16 



' 44T3356 3^-carat. 

Each 836.00 

44T3357 A-carat. 
Each 846.30 



44T3359 3,.carat. 
Each 836.60 

44T3360 ,'^-carat. 
Each 844.80 



X -carat. 
Each 890.00 

44T3370 >^-carat. 
Each 849.35 

44T3376 «-carat. 
Each 830.75 




1 carat. 
Each 8114.36 

44T3378 5i-carat. 
Each 866.50 

44T3380 7^ -carat. 
Each 801.65 




. o^*^^'"''"'''' *"y "'** diamond in almost any style of mountine Usted 
I .30.00 percarat; 3 carat 81OO.00 to 8135.00 per carat, dependine on 



44T3381 1-carat. 
Eiich 8114.60 

44T3383 Vi-carat. 
Each 851.00 

44T3385 li-carat. 
Each 879.25 




44T3386 IM-carats. 
Each 8140.60 

44T3387 1-carat. 
Each 8113.86 

44T3389 Ji -carat. 
Each 877.-6 




44T3344 ),(-carat. 
Each 830.75 

44T3345 %-carat. 
Each ~S48A>0 




44T3363 )/,-carat. 
Each 860.75 

44T3363 ?s-carat. 
Each 866.30 




44T3393 i;<-carats. 
Each 817 1.00 

44T3393 1-carat. 
Each 8115.00 

44T3394 5i-carat, 
Each 879.75 



above. We can also furnish larger diamonds than listed,144 carats, 81 10.00 to 
rat, depending on the style of mounting. Prices on anything special will be quoted on applicatioo. 



»a SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest SuppSy House on Earth, Ghleago^ CATALOGUE No.il2. 



&ENUINE DIAMOND EARRiNCS, STUDS, BROOCH PENDANTS AND BRACELETS. 



WE TAKE PAKTICULAl 
PAINS WHEN MATCHIN( 
STONES IN EARRINGS. 




No. 44T3400 Weight, per pair, 
t'c-carat. Per pair.. ST. 3S 

No. 44T3403 Weight, per pair, 
;4-carat. Per pair... Sll.90 



NO.44T3406 Weight, per pair, No. 44T3410 Weight, per pair, No.44T3418 Weight, per pair. No. 44T3424 Weight, per pair 
>6-carat. Per pair. ..S11.50 14-carat. Per pair. ..S38.50 Ji-carat. Per pair. ..«69.30 1-carat. Per pair S95.0C 



NO.44T3409 Weight, per pair, No. 44T34]5 Weight, per pair. 
M-carat. Per pair... »81. 75 !i-carat. Per pair. ..830.75 



pair...*oa.j;u i-carat. rer pair. 
No. 44T3421 Weight, per pair, No.44T3427 Weight, per pair 
l-carat. Per pair...8101.0O X-carat. Per pair.. .S69.8( 




No. 44T3430 Weig-lit, per pair, 
li4-c.arat. Per pair..S153.00 

No. 44T3433 Weiglit, per pair, 
IVi-carat. Per pair.»188.00 



No. 44T3436 Weight, per pair. No. 44T3442 \VeiK-lit. 

2-carat. Per pair.. S2S3.00 S^-carat. Per pair. 

No. 44T3439 Weight, per pair, No.44T3445 Weight, 

15i-carat. Per pair. .8178.00 2M-carat. Per pair. 



Derpnir, 
SaTS.SO 



per pair. 
8251.00 



No. 44T3448 Weig-ht, per pair, 
3-carat. Per pair. . 8331.00 

N0.44T3451 Weight, per pair, 
■1-carat, Per pair.. 8440.00 



No. 44T3454 Fancy Drop 
hand engraved, smali dii 
miind center. 

Per pair S9.6 




N0.44T3457 Weiglit, per pair. No. 44T3463 Weiglit, per pair. No. 44T3469 Cluster; 8 dia- No. 44T3472 Fancy Star; No. 44T3475 Fancy Koma 

Vi-carat. Perpair.. 840.00 9i-carat. Per pair. .,873.70 monds. 1 ruby center. briglit polislied, diamond Knot, diamond center. 

No. 44T3460 Weight, per pair, No.44T3466 Weight, perpair Perpair 839.40 center. Perpair 88.5 

tt-carat. Perpair ..819.50 1-carat. Per pair.. .8100.50 Perpair 810.75 




No. 44T3478 Stud. 

Weight, I'j-carat. 
Each 86.00 

N0.44T3481 Stud. 

Weight, H-earat. 
Each 810.75 



No. 44T3484 Stud. 

Weight, ii-carat. 

Each 816.00 

No. 44T3487 Stud. 

Weight, M-carat. 
Each 821.25 



No. 44T3490 Stud. 

Weight, Jn-carat. 

Each 838.66 

No. 44T3493 Stud. 

Weight, ^-carat. 
Each 8S2.00 



No. 44T3498 S t u d . 

Weiglit, H-carat. 

Each 851.25 

No. 44T3499 Stud. 

Weight, fi-carat. 
Each 864.75 



No. 44T3B02 Stud. 

Weight, ?i-carat. 

Each 877.75 

No. 44T3S06 Stud. 

Weight, 7a-<'arat. 
Each 890.35 




No. 44T3508 Stud. 

Weight, 1-carat. 

Each 8113.50 

No. 44T3511 Stud. 

Weight, i;4-carat. 
Each 8167.60 



N0.44T3B14 Stu< 
Weight, 2--carat. , 

Each 8333.a 

No. 44T3517 S t « 1 
Weight, 2!.,-carat 

Each 8236.7 




No. 44T3520 Rose gold fin' 
o' "' 
carat. Each . 



ish. Weightof diamond, A- 
" ■ ...87.75 



No. 44T3523 Bright finish. 
Weight of diamond, Jg- 
carat. Each 814.85 



No. 44T3534 Bright finish. 
iVeight of diamond, 14- 
carat. Each 834.75 



No. 44T3526 Bright finish. 
W el g h t of d i amon d, %- 
carat. Each...„ 843.00 



No. 44T3538 Bright flnls 
W^ e i g h t of diamond, V 
carat. Each 864.0 





BROOCHES OR BRACELETS DO NOT COM 
UNDER OUR REFUND CONTRACT. 



No. 44T3530 Bright finish, 1 fine 

diamond and SO pearls. 
Each. 838.00 



N0.44T3533 Solid U-carat Gold Chain Bracelet, Roman 
tinislied, set with fine large uiamond In fancy and orna- 
mented cliased center, very heavy. Each 835.00 

WHEN YOU BUY YOUR DIAMONDS FROM US l^y^ 

doubly protect ■■!: First^Our guarantee as to the perfec- 
tion of the diamonds. Second— Otir contract of refund. 




No. 44T3534 Bright finish, 

i fine diamond and 63 pearls. 

Each 818.00 



No. 44T3536 Bright finisl 

7 iiiie diamonds. 
Each 846.0 




No. 44T3538 Brifrlit flu- No. 44T3540 Bright fin- 
ish, 1 fine diamond and 38 ish. 1 fine diamond and5ti 
pearls. Each. . ..813.00 pearls. Each... .817.00 



No. 44T3543 Solid 14-kar::t Gold Bracelet, 
Roman finisiied, snuare ho.\ links, fancy raised 
ornamentation, solid gold safety chain with 
bangle, set with 3 diamonds. Each 818*50 



No. 44T3544 Bright i 
Ish, 1 fine diamond and72 
pearls. Each. ..S18.0O 



No. 44T3546 Bright flc 
Ish, 1 fine diamond and :: 
pearls. Each....81o.0 



CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



83 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago 

:TNE~C0LD filled CENTS' CHARMS, SET witF most popular colored stones 



TUC QTnUP? are securely fastened, thereby preventing theloss of setting. We can conscientiously recommend 
Inb alUWta ^oney is to be expended. Orders alwayl promptly and carefully filled. The postage on any charm, 



We can conscientiously recommend a gilt of this sort, when but a small amount of 



3 cents extra; insurance or registry extra. 




N0.4T36-9 No. 4T3681 Bright 

'ancF swinging polished, two bnlliant^ 

a'e/topaz set. and two emeralds, liand 

Price 30c engraved. Price. ..» 1.00 




No. 4T3685 Fancy 

mounting, double 

stone set, tiger eye 

and moss agate. 

Price 36c 




No, 4T3687 Painted 
Dog's Head, cornelian 
stone bacli. Price.. 35c 



No. 4T3690 Fancy 

mounting, engraved 
stone setting 45c 



No.4T;56ft3 Compass, 
fancy mounting, no toy, 
but sc ie mi tic ally a(> 
curate. Price ..-.SLoO 



No. 4T:i<i'J6 
Lantern rliarm, 
ruby glass. 
Price 50o 




No. 4T3698 Bright, 

polished, fancy views. 

Price .30c 



No. 4T3703 Fancy 
No. 4T3699 Fancy mounting, engraved 
mounting. engraved, stone setting, 
cornelian setting.. 75c Price 45c setting. 



N0.4T3711 Bi- 
cycle Lamp, set 
No. 4T3705 Fancy No.4T3708 Fancy with bril liant, 
bale, engraved stone stone setting. emerald and 

settine. Price 75c Price 36c ruby. Price. .40c 



No.4T3iiJ Cnnjpass 
e.xtra fine, fancy 
mounting. Price, *1.45 




ND.4T3715 Bright No. 4T3716 Bright I 




4T3717 Anvil No.4T3731 Bri 



Inished largo topaz polished, garnet eyes, charm, stone mounted finished, intaglio No. ■ 
et. Price 80c Price 3Sc( base. Price 30c stoneset.Each,»l.oo Compa: 



4T3733 Fine 
Price, 45c 



No. 

fine, 

No.;4T3736 An- and 

chor. Price 50<^ opal, 



4T3729 Extra 

four brilliants 

one genuine 

. Price, »3.60 




. N0.4T3731 
nish, bead 
pal set. 
Price 



Bright 
border. 



No. 4T3~34 I'\incy 
No. 4T3733 Fancy mounted Horse's Head, 
Horse Shoe and Horse, stone base. 
Price 900 Price SOc 



No. 4T3738 Com- 



N0.4T3741 Mall N0.4T3744 Fancy No.,4T3747 Oom- 

Pouch engraved, genuine pass. 
Price 400 stoneset. Price. .85c Price ^"^ 




N0.4T37 49 Bright 
QlBh, fine compass. 
Price »1.80 



No. 4T3750 Fancy 
mounting, bright pel- No. 4T3753 Fancy 
ish. Pointer Dog. genuine stone, hand cut 
Price 45c Intaglio. Price SOc 




N0.4T3756 Fancy 
mounting, painted 
setting. Price... 30c 



N0.4T3758 Satin 
finish, four rhl ne- 
stonesets. Ea 'h.SOc 



No. 4T3764 Bright 
No. 4T3763 Bicycle finish. Faith, hope 
Charm. and charity. 
Price 50c Price *"* 



No. 4T3774 
N0.4T3768 Com- No. 4T3771 Engraved, 
ass, fancy mount- Chased roman with brilliant 

F, very accurat*. center Heart, setting, 
rice 85c Price.. 30o Price... 35c 




N0.4T3777 Team of 
Horses, well finished. 
Price 70c 



N0.4T3786 No. 4T3788 Bright finished. 

No. 4T3780 Hand Carved Horse, Fancy engraved revolving cylinder. Smith & 

heavy gold plated, with ruby eyes, with three Wesson style. 

Price 81.85 stones. Ea.,S5o 



Price 33o 



84 



SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CAT ALOGUE No.112 

ILLUSTRATIONS ON THIS PAGE SNOWS THE 
ACTUAL SIZE OF GOODS. 




FINEST QUALITY LOCKETS 

Solid Cold, Gold Filled and Rolled Plate. 

POSTAGE ON LOCKETS, SCENTS 
EXTRA. 




No. 4T3790 1 

flllBci, ]« inches 



in polished, 
long. Eacb.S; 
As above, 1 

long. Ea 



roll 
;.6i> 
Inc'i 
25 




No.4T379,J I'lain polish- 
ed, gold fillirt. diameter, 1^ 
inches. Each 83. OO 

No. 4T3793 As above, 
diameter, )% inches. .81.60 

No. 4T3794 As above, 
diameter, IVS inclies..S1.40 



No. 4T3795 Goidlilled, 8 rhine- 
stones, 1 turquoise, diameter, !%• 
Inches. Each S2.0O 

No. 4T3796 As above, diameter, 
IM inchei. Each SS1.60 

No. 4T ' 797 As above, diameter, 
1-inch. Eacli....»1.40 



No. 4T3798 Gold filled, 8 
rhinestones and 1 ruby. 
Each »1.50 



No. t£.S»0!i 

Gold front. 

No. 4X3800 Gold fancy mount- 

front.hand engraved, Ing, hand cn- 

}our stone settings. erared. 

Each 60o Each. ...75c 




No. 4T3804 

Gold front, 
hand engrav- 
ed, three stone 
settings. 
Each 66c 



No. 4T3808 K". 4T380H 
Gold front. Gold filled, 



engrav- 



hand 
ed. 
Each 40g 



Roman color, 
ornamented. 
Euch....66o 



No. 4 T 3 8 1 O 

Bright poll-shed, 
band engraved, 
set w i t h 5 bril- 
liants andlf^enu- 
Ineopal 81.35 




No. 4 T 3 8 1 3 No. 4 T 3 8 1 4 

Gold front, satin Gold front, gold 
finish, five fancy ornamentation. 

stonesets. Each 81.20 

Each 81.86 



No. 4 T 3 8 1 6 

Gold front, raised 
gold ornaments, 
brilliant center. 
Each 86» 




No. 4T3818 Gold 

■out, bright polish- No.4T38«0 Plain No. 4T;{»a3 Solid 

1, hand engraved, satin finished, bril- gold front, hand en- 

-aled, very fancy. liantrenter. graved, set with opal. 

Price, each. .81. 15 Each 68c Each 81.35 




No. 4TJ834 Gold No. 413886 Gold No. 4T3888 Gold N»*T3 830 Very heavy, 

front, raised gold fronts hand en- front, gold orna- raised ornamentation, 

ornamen's, brilli;int graved, swinging mentation. Ea..7 6 solldgoldfront.engravjT 

center. Each.. 81.80 bale. Each 9Hc baled. Each 81JJ6 




No. 4T3833 Gold No. 4 T 3 8 3 4 
ailed, bright polish- Solid gold front, 
ed, set with opal. Roman finish. 

Each 81.80 baled fancy stone 

set. Each... 81.48 



No. 4 T 3 8 3 6 

Locket., engraved, 

brilliant setting. 

Each 75c 



No. 4 T 3 8 3 8 

Solid gold front, 
engraved, baled. 9 
fancy stone sets. 
Each 82.28 



SOLID COLD LOCKETS. 

POSTAGE ON LOCKETS 3 CENTS EXTRA. 



MONOGRAMS ENGRAVED 



No. 4 T 3 8 4 

Solid gold front, 
fancy border, en- 
graved, 4 al man- 
dines. 1 pearl. 
Each 81.75 




N0.4T3 848 

Locket, solid 
gold front, sap- ^_^ 
phire, ruby, and fjo. 4Ti>»44 Solid 
brilliants, hand gold front, hand en- 
engraved. 8 1.85 graved. Each 89c 





No. 4T3930 Satin 
finished, hand en- 
gr.aved, for two pic- 
tures. Each...»t.3£ 



No. 4T3933 Satin 
finished, hand en- 
graved, for two pic- 
tures. Each. ..81.50 




For 35c to 75c Extra 






So. 4T3o46 Solid 
gold front, hand en-; 
graved, fancy mount- 
ing.gfancysets. 81.75 





No. 4T3 945 Satin 

,^ finished star with 

No. 4T3!»36 Satin No. 4T3939 Satin No. 4T3948 Bright diamond spark, for 
finished, hand en- flni.shed, hand en- polished, hand engraved, onepicture.Ea.83.60 
graved, starsetwith graved, for two pic- fancy baled, for two pic- 
opal, for one picture, tures. Each. ..88.50 tures. Each 83.50 

Each....... 82.75 



No. 4T3948 Satin 
finished, hand en- 
graved star, set with 
5 pearls and 1 ruby 
doublet, for one pic- 
ture. Each... .83.86 



No. 4T3949 Satin 
finished, plain, for 
one picture. This 
locket Is beautified 
Ijyamonograni. 

Each 84.00 



No. 4T3 951 Roman 
satin finished, pl.ain, 
for one picture. This 
locket Is beautified 
by a monogram. 

Each 85.O0 




No. 4T3953 Satin 

No. 4T3962 Satin finished, raised col- 

finlshed.raisedrococo ored gold ornamen- 

border, one picture, tatlon.two pictures. 

E.ich 84.50 Each 86.65 




No. 4T3956 Satin No.4T3957 .Satin fin- No. 4T3958 Satin fln- 
finlshed, plain, extra ished, raised colored gold islied, raised colorfl^l 
heavy, two pictures, ornamentation. Two gold ornamentation, two 

Each 86.66 pictures. Each. ..86.76 pictures. Each. ..86.79 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 86 

SOCIETY EMBLEM CHARMS, GOLD AND GOLD FILLED. 



QUR CHARMS *"'•' "'■•■"'factureil of the best materials procurable. The enamol Is guar- 
""" «"""■""* am fid luird tnaniol, it wiU notohlp or wearotf. These charms are warranted 
to give absolute satisfaction in eveiy particular. Our success as a mercantile firm was ouly 
brought about by honest iiu-1 hods and honest dealings. We know that if you buy onco from us 
fou will always bo a steady customer. 

FO.STAGE ON CHARMS, 3 CENTS EXTRA. 

PLEASE NOTE WE CARRY MANY DIFFERENT EIWBLEIVIS 
QUOTED UNDER EACH DESIGN SHOWN. 




No. 4T3965 Gold 

filled. Masonic and 

add Fellows. 

Price S1.15 

N0.4T3967 Same as 

ibove, solid gold. 

Price B4.00 

No. 4T3968 Solid 

fold, Masoniconly. 
Price 88.78 






No. 4T3B60 Gold 
filled, enameled. 
Woodmen of Amer- 
ica. Price »l.oo 

No. 4T3961 Gold 
filled. Woodmen of 
the World. Ea. Wl.OO 



No. 4T3962 

Gold filled. 
Elks. 
Price, 81 .20 



No. 4T3963 QOld 
filled, Woodmen 
America. Price.. S"* 

No. 4T3064 Gold 
filled, Woodmen ol 
the World. Price, 88c 



No. 4T3970 Gold 
filled, enameled. 
Knights of Pythias. 

Price 81.85 

No. 4T3973 Same as 
above, uniformed 
rank. Price.. .81.85 



N0.4T3974 Gold filled, 
enameled and engraved. 
G. A. R. Price 81.35 

No. 4T3975 Same as 
above, ?j size. Price .90c 

No. 4T3976 Same as 
above, solid gold. 

Price 813.00 



No. 4T3977 Gold 
filled, enameled and 
en^aved. Independ- 
ent Order of Odd Fel- 
lows. Priee...81.50 

No. 4T3980 Same 
as above, solid gold. 

Price 812.00 





N0.4T3982 Gold 
filled, enameled 
and engraved. 
Sods of Veterans. 

Price 80c 

N0.4T3983 Same 

above, solid 

gold. Price. 84.50 



No. iTioKi u.iiied 
jlate, hard enameled, 
^ucieutOrdtT United 
iVorkmen. Price 35c 
NO.4T4019 Same 
ityle. Masonic. 

Price 35o 

NO.4T4032 Same 
ityie. Independent 
Jrder of Odd Fellows. 

Price 35c 

NO.4T4025 Same 
ityle. Knights of 
'ythlas. Price. .35c 




No. 4T10iS Pearl 
emblem, onlaid, filled 
mounting. Independ- 
ent Order of Forest- 
ers. Price 45c 

No. 4T4031 Same 
style. Woodmen of 
Americ.1. Price. 45c 

N0.4T4034 Same 
style, Maccabees. 

Price 45c 

No. 4T403 7 Same 
style. Ancient Order 
United Workmen. 
Price 45c 

No. 4T4038 Same 
style. Woodmen of 
the World. Price, 45o 



No. 4T4040 Ptarl, 

fold filled emblem, 
[odern Woodmen. 

Price 65c 

No. 4T4043 Same 
style. Masonic. 

Price 65c 

No. 4T4046 Same 

style. Knights of 

Pythias. Price. 65c 

No. 4T4049 Same 

style, Odd Fellows. 

Price 65c 

No. 4T4050 Same 

style. Woodmen of 

the World. Price, 65c 

No 4T4051 Same 





N0.4T3984 Gold 
filled, enameled 
and engraved In- 
dependent Order 
of Foresters. 

Price 81.00 

N0.4T3985 Same 
as above, solid 
gold. Price.87.50 



No.4T3986Blua 

enameled, gold 

filled. Masonic. 

Price 81.2S 

No. 4T3987 

Same as above, 

solid gold. 
Price 83.75 



NO.4T4052 Gold 
filled, hard enameled 
and engraved. Junior 
Order United Ameri- 
can Mechanics. 

Price 81.50 

No. 4T4053 Same 
style. Knights of 
Pythias. Prices 1.50 

No. 4T4054 Same 
style. Modern Wood- 
men. Price. ..81.50 

No. 4T4055 Same 



style. Foresters ofstyle. Odd Fellows. 
America. Prlce,65o Price 81.60 




'O.4X4103 Solid 
old, hard en- 
meled and en- 
raved. Ancient 
irder United 
I'orkmen. 
Price 83.75 



No. 4T4106 Solid 
gold, hard enameled, 
engraved. Odd Fel- 
lows. Price.. ..83.75 

NO.4T4109 Same 
style. Masonic. 

Price 82.75 

No. 4T4I 10 Same 
style. Knights of Py- 
thias. Price. .82.75 




No. 4T4056 Gold 
filled, enameled. Odd 
Fellows Encamp- 
ment. Pri<-e 85c 

No. 4T4058 Same 
style as above. Odd 
Fellows. Price.. 85c 

NO.4T4060 Same 
style. Ancient Order 
of United Workmen. 

Price 85c 

No. 4T4062 Same 
style. Masonic. 

Price 86c 





No. 4T4112 

•■^ o 1 i d gold. 
Masonic, 
thirty -second 
degree. 
Price .82.00 



No. 4T4] 15 

Daughters of 
Rebekah, solid 
gold. 

Price 83.00 




No. 4T4076 Gold 
filled emblem, set in 
black ony.x. Masonic. 

Price 81.00 

NO.4T4079 Same 
style. Odd Fellows. 

Price 81.00 

NO.4T4083 Same 
style. Knights of 
the Maccabees. 

Price 81.00 

NO.4T4085 Same 
style. Royal Arca- 
num. Price. .81.00 



No. 4T4086 Golv 
filled, hard enamelet 
and engraved, Im- 

B roved Order of Red 
[en. Price 75o 

No. 4T4088 Same 

style G. A. R. 

Price 7So 

No. 4T4090 Same 

style. Odd Fellows. 

Price 7Sc 

NO.4T4092 Same 

style. Catholic Order 

of Foresters. 
Price 75« 




/. 




0.4T4135 Solid 
>ld. Masonic. 

Price 85.00 

No. 414126 As 

X)ve, stone cen- 

■ s,Price.. 84.00 

ftUet 127 Same 

gold 

n.35 



No. 4T4129 Solid 
gold, enameled. 
Knights of Pythias. 

Price 87.00 

N0.4T4131 Same 
as above, gold filled. 

Price SI. 45 




N0.4T4117 Solid 
gold, hard enam- 
eled, engraved. 
Eastern Star. 
Price 83.35 



No. 4T4119 

Solid gold, 
enameled. 
Knights of 
Pythias. 

Price 82.00 



N0.4T4121 

Solid gold, en- 
ameled. Odd 
Fellows. 
Price. 82.00 



No. 4T4123 

Solid gold hard en- 
ameled, engraved. 
Odd Fellows Ea^ 
campment. 
Price 83.7a 



No. 4T4133 Solid 
gold, hard enameled, 
engraved. Knights of 
Pythla-,. 

Price 89.00 



No.4T4i;i6 Solid 
gold, hard enameled, 
engraved. Knights of 
the Maccabees. 

Price 89.00 

N0.4T4137 Same 
style. Knights Temp- 
liirs, solid gold. 

Price 88.00 




N0.4T4139 SoKd 
gold, extra lieavy, 
enameled colors, 
hand engraved. 

Price 812.00 



N0.4T4141 Solid 
gold, enameled, hand 
engraved. Odd Fel- 
lows. 

Price 89.00 



N0.4T4143 Extra 
heavy, black onyx 
10 rubies, &diamonds. 

Price 821.00 



86 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chica go. CATALOGUE No.ll2 

GOLD AND GOLD FILLED 
EMDLEM PINS AND BUTTONS. 



Al* 



THIS YEAR WE HAVE ADDED MANY NEW SVCIETY PINS TO OUR 
READY IMMENSE STOCK OF EMBLEMATICAL GOODS. 

r=-.« J *^ *^°"!?? '''T '"•^''•^'■y particular as described. We warrant tliem to give entire Bail 
n%rfi^^' '' if H?*' loality of material and workmanship used in their constmctlo 

iS^i^ I"„=*; l.'a't<^r you examine the goods you do not find them better than othera a 
onerlngat 35 to 40 per cent more, return them and we will refund your money. 

TWO CENTS WILL CARRY ANY ONE OF THESE PINS TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BY MAIL, INSURANCE OR REGISTRY EXTRA 
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD QUOTED ^J^^)EK WOODMEN OF AMERICA. 










No.4T41Se Gold 
?,?'f''\'^^®'''^?'<'P."®''- , 5'''*'i"'"^'*"-*T4160 GoldNo.4T4164GoldNo 4T41680r,lfl ~ ~ No. 4T4180 No. 4T4184 

engraved''"' *"' Sfved'"''"''^""" ?"''''• M,^^°"i = . '^''f.J} ^,^0° ' "^ £"«* O d d F°e\^ No. 4T417b Gold Gold filled Odd GoldfiTled Sdd 
engraved. graved. enameled. and Odd Fellows, lows, enameled, filled. Odd Fellows, Fellows. En- Fellows. No.4T4187 Go 

*""'" *"" ^'^'^" **" Each 50c enjimeled. Eal-h 40c enameled. graved. Ea..40c Eaeb )85c filled. Ladies 

Each 40c No. 4T4183 No.4T4186 Maccabees .. .61 



.40c Each 45c Each 

N0.4T4154 Solid N0.4T4157 Solid No. 414163 Solid Each 40c No 4T4170 SoHd " 

a&)ve. *'""'' "^Ibo^e. '"^f^i.!" ^""^^ "^ ^ ?°; i'^tll? S"""! SP 1 dT s a m e a s No.4T4178 Solid Solid gold, same Solid gold,same No- 4T4189s8l 



Each. 



.60c Each 75c 



above. 





•'s above^ gold.sameasabove. as above. as above. gold. Same-. 

<>« Each 75c Each 70c Each. ..81. 18 Each 50c above. Ea.. SI. S 




NO.4T41&0 Gold No. 4T4193 Gold 

Pvfhia?°'®'"'°^ ?."?■'*■• K'^iglits of No. 4T4 196 Gold 

4j<=^4x-9iso"i1d" b?!iT4i-9isS?d" ni'.\^Trf;;!J4^a' 

^..'i^.u "^^?::f:^:^ ^te-SS 



No. 4T-t200 Gold 
fiilefi. Modern 
Woodmen. 

Eai-h 40c 

No. 4T4303 .Solid 
gold, same as 
above. Each, 75c 
No. 4T4303 Same 
style. Woodmen 
of the World, solid 
gold. Each.. 75c 



No. 4T4 304 Gold 
filled. Modern 
Woodmen. Ea.40c 
No. 4T4305 Solid 
gold, same as 
above. Each.. 88c 
No. 4T4306.--'.ri.e 
Style, Woodmen 
of the World, solid 
gold. Each.... 88c 





No. 4T4230 Cold 
filled. Catholic Order 
of Foresters. Each75c 

No. 4T4333 Solid 
gold, same as above. 

Each ©1.35 




No. 4T4307 Gold 
filled. Woodmen of 
America. 

Each 65c 

No. 4T4308 Solid 
gol d . Same as 
above. Each.. 70c 



No. 4T4309 Gold 
filled. Ancient Or- 
der United Work- 
men. Each 60c 

No. 4T4210.Solid 
gold. same as above. 

Each 90c 




No. 4T4316 Go 

filled. Red Men. 

Each 5( 

No. 4T4318 Sol 
gold, s ame i 
above. Each, 9< 





No. 4T4334 
Gold filled. Inde- 
pendent Order of 
Foresters. 

Each ,60c 

No. 4T4336 
Solid gold, same 
as above. 

Each 88c 



N0.4T4338 Gold 
filled, AnclentOr- 
der of Foresters. 

Each 60c 

No. 4T4330 Solid 
gold, .same as 
above. Ea.*1.35 



N0.4T4333 Gold 

filled. Catholic 

M. B. Associa- No. 4T4336 Gold 

tion. Each. . 50c filled, Klks. 

No. 4T4334 Solid Each 65c 

gold, same as No. 4T4338 Solid 

above. gold, same as above. 

Each 88c Each »1.40 



No. 4T4340Gold 
filled, Maccabees. 

Each 50c 

No. 4T4343 Solid 
gold, same as 
above. Each. .880 



No.4T4344Gold 
filled. Christian 
Endeavor. 

Each 50c 

No. 4T4346 
Solid gold, same 
as above. 

Each 95c 




N0.4T43 4 8 Go 
filled. Epwort 
League. 

Each 6( 

N0.4T4249 Sol 
gold, same a 
above. Each, 7{ 




NO.4T4250 Gold 
filled. Rathbone 
Sisters. 

Each 75r 

N0.4T4351 Solid 
gold. As above. 

Each »1.40 



No. 4T4353 Gold 
filled. Daughters 
of Rebekah. 

Each 50c 

N0.4T4353 Solid 
gold, same as 
above. 

Each Sl.OO 




N0.4T4254 Gold N0.4T4356 Gold 

filled. Daughters filled. Degree of 
of Rebekah. Uonor. 

Each 75c Each 45c 

N0.4T4355 Solid No.4T4357 Solid 
gold. As above, gold, same as 

Each S1.40 above. Each, 88c 




No. 4T4358 Gold 
filled. Eastern Star. 

Each 50c 

No. 4T4359 Solid 
gold. Same as aliove. 

Each »1.15 



No. 4T4366 

Gold filled. 
Royal Neigh- 
No. 4T4364 Gold bors. 

filled. Eastern Star. Each 75o 

Each 75c No. 4T4267 

No. 4T4365 Solid Solid gold. Same 
goUl. Sameasabove. as .above. 
Each »1.75 Each....»1.50 




No. 4T4376 Gol 

filled, plain badge. 

Each 50 

• No. 4T4378 Soil 
gold, same as aliov 

Each SI. a 



SOLID GOLD AND GOLD FILLED EMBLEM BUTTONS ^°'.L''.^°J^'?2.":L!:; HALF SIZE BUTTONS MADE IN SOLID GOLD ONLY 



ORDER BY Nl'MlJEK. 




ColdFilled, 28c each 
Half Size, 55c each 



ORDER BY NCMBEB. 



No. 4T4380 
Gold filled, 
Masonic. 

No. 4T4383 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4383 
Half Size. 



No. 4T4284 
Gold filled. 
Odd Fellows. 

No. 4T4386 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4387 
Half size. 



No. 4T4388 
Gold filled. 
Knights of 
Pvthias. 

>Jo. 4T4290 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4891 
Half si7e. 



No. ,i4^93 
Gold filled. 
Ancient Order 
U'ted Wkm'n. 

No. 4T4394 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4395 
naif size. 






~;o. 4T4396 
Gold filled, 
JI a c c a b e es. 

No. 4T4298 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4399 
Half size. 



No. 4T4300 

Gold filled, 
Red Men. 

No. 4T4303 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4303 
Half size. 



No. 4T4304 
Gold filled, 
Woodmen. 

No. 4T4306 

Solid gold. 
H:i If size not 
made. 



No. 4T430 

Gold filled 
Elks. 

No. 4T431 
Solid golc 

No. 4T431 
Half size. 



No. 4T4313 

Gold filled. 
Foresters. 

No. 4T4314 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4315 
Halt size. 



No. 4T4316 

Gold filled. 
Foresters, of 
America. 

No. 4T4318 
Solid gold. 
Half size not 
made. 



No. 4T4320 

Gold filled. 
Catholic Or'er 
of Foresters. 

No. 4T4333 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4333 
Half size. 



No. 4T4324 

Gold filled. 
Royal Arca- 
num. 

No. 4T4326 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4327 
Half size. 



N0.4T4338 Blank Badge, 
can be engraved in design 
suitable for any kind of 
presentation; border is 
beautifully engraved by 
hand. Price, in solid sil- 
ver S3.00 

N0.4T4339 Solid 
gold 6.00 




No. 4T4330 

Gold filled. 
Royal League. 

iJo. 4T4333 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4333 
Half size. 



No. 4T4334 
Gold filled, 
G. A. R. 

No. 4T4336 
Solid gold. 

Half size not 
made. 



No. 4T4338 

Gold filled, 
Sons of Vet- 
erans. 

No. 4T4340 
Solid gold. 

No. 4T4341 
Half size. 



No. 4T434 

Gold fil lee 
Patriotic Son ' 
of America. 

No. 4T434 
Solid go' 

Halfs" 
mft4t* 






SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE WOcn2. 



Hti 



GENTLEMEN'S SOLID GOLD AND GOLD FiLLED CUFF BUTTONS. 

FOR A SMALL SUM OF MONEY THE GOODS LISTED ON THIS HAUE ARE VERY APPROPRIATE GIFTS FOR GENTLEMEfy 
Thess groods are made frr-ju the iii^jbeBt grade or uiaterial and gaaranteed to ur by the manafactnrsr. We In turn g^oarantee thezn to (tw yov 

thorou£:ii satisfaction. 
POSTAGE ON CTTFV BUTTONS, 3 CENTS EXTKA. REGISTRATION, 8 CENTS EXTRA. 










N0.4T437S Fancy 
I iBiald stone. 
Per pair . . 



.35c 



No. 4T4381 Fancy 
hand painted setting, 
fancy border.PairSSo 



No. 4T4384 Raised 
ornamentation, hand 
chased, Ferpair.35o 



No.4T4387Eai3ed 
ornamentation, hand 
chased. Per Dair.35c 



No. 4T4390 Raised 
ornamentation, hand 
chased. Per pair.36o 



N0.4T4393 Pol- No. 4T4396 Ealsei 

Ished and engraved. ornamentation and 
Per pair 3S!e engraved. Pair, 40o 









N0.4T4399 R 

ornamentation 
cneraved. 
per pair 



aised No. 4T4400 Raised 
and ornamentation and 

engraved. 
.45c Per pair SOo 



NO.4T4403 Hand 
engraved intaglio, 
very neat and dura- 
ble, stone set. Pr.SOc 



No. 4T4406 Raised 
ornamentation, hand 
chased, bright and 
Roman finisli. Pr. 60c 



No. 4T4409 Raised 
and colored gold, or- 
namented and e n - 
graved. Pair 96c 



N0.4T441? liana 
engraved intaglio, 
very neat and dura.- ; 
c'lC. stone set. Pr. 66c ' 




>o. *X4415 RolisS 
plate, bright finish, 
band en;^aved. 
_ Per pair 30- 




Ho. 4T4418 Raised 
ornamentation, 
bright and Roman 
finish. Per pair. 60o 








No. iT44^1 Solid 
gold front, hand en- 
graved. 

Per pair 70c 



No. 4T443 
ornamented 

graved. 
Per p 




4 Raised No. 4T4437 Solid 
and en- gold front, hand en- 
graved. 
75o Per pair 70c 



No. 4T4430 Solid 
gold front, fancy bor- 
der, plain center. 

Per pair 95c 




• Nc. 4T44 39 

Solid gold 'ro'jt, 
hau d engra 7ed, 
fancy border, 
bright finish. 

Per pair 8Sc 





N0.4T4433 Raised 
ornamentation, 
bright polish. 

Per pair 65c 



No. 4T4443 

Solid gold front, 
hand engraved, 
bright finish, very 
fine. 

Per pair.. SI. 15 



No. 4T4445 

Solid gold front, 
bright and Rom an 
finish, hand en- 
graved, verv ele- 
gant. Pair.»1.35 



JNo. ^«T4i36 Kals€< 
ornani,- :jtation, 
bright and Soman 
finish. Per paiT..7So 





No. 4T4448 

Solid gold front, 
bright and Roman 
finish, hand en- 
graved, very ele- 
gant. Pair.Sl.35 



No. 4T4449 

Pearl- gold band 
ornamentation. 
Per pair 31c 



No. 4T4451 

Solid gold front, 
bright and Roman 
finish, hand en- 
graved, very ele- 
gant. Fair.Sl.B5 



No. 4T4455 

Pearl, gold band 
ornamentation. 
Per pail 38c 



No. iT4457 Soli; 
gold f ron t, bright an(3 
Roman finish, faana 
engraved, very ele- 
gant. Pair....S1.4£ 




No. 4T4460 Ladies' 
or boys' solid gold 
front, hand engrav- 
ed. Per pair 75c 




No. -it:'* 63 Ladies' 

or boys , solid gold 
front, har.o engrav- 
ed. Per pair 75c 




No. IT4466 Solid 
gold front, satin fin- 
ished, hand engraved. 

Perp.air ..S1.60 



No. 4T4469 Solid 

gold, satin finished. 

Per pair S2.50 



No. 4T14 

gold, satin 



- H-US 





I Solid 
— , — . — finished. 
Per pair S2.50 



No. 4T4475 Solid No. 4T4478 SolIC 

gold, polished center, gold, satin finished. 

Per pair S3.86 Per pair »4.5C 



SOLID GOI O DUJVie BELL PATTERN CUFF LINKS. 




No. 4T4479 

Solid gold, raised 
ornamentation. 
Per pair S1.65 




No. 4T4480 

Solid gold, raised 
ornamentation. 
Per pair S1.90 





No. 4T4 181 

Solid gold, raised 
ornamentation. 
Per pair... .S3.00 



No. 4T448S 

3olid gold, set with 
fire opal. 
Per pair S3. 30 



No. 4T4483 



Nc. 4T4484 
Solid gold, raised 

„ ,-■,-■ --TT . ornamentation, set 

Solid gold, made .jvith fire opal. 

^^^y- . .„ .„ Perpair SS.5C 

Per pair S3.40 




No. 4T4 4 85 

Solid gold, raissJ 

ornamentation, eitn 

strong. ■-' 

Perpair SiiJiC 





No. 4T4486 

Solid gold, raised 
ornamentation, extra 
fitrong. 

Pei pair 83.70 



No. 4T4487 

Solid gold, raised 
ornamentation, 
bright finish. 

Per pair. S3.75 





No. 4T4488 

.Solid gold, set with 
genuine rose dia- 
mond. Perpr., 83.40 






No. 4T4489 

Solid gold, set with 
genuine rose dia- 
mond. Perpr. ,S4.36 



No. 4T4490 No. 4T4491 Solid 

Solid gold, colored gold, with e.iitra large 

ornamentation. extra genuine rose dia- 

heavy. Per pr. S4.86 mond. Per pr., 86.00 



No. 4T4 493 Solia 
gold, set with 4 rose 
diamonds and 1 gar- 
net. Per pair, Sf.sa 



88 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House en Earth, Chicago. CATALOCUE No. 112. 



BEHTS' DUMB BELL PATTERN CUFF LINKS "* ^.P.^'-i^n.V-Jill .tV'u.l?^^ 



FILLED STOCK. 
Llnkm Kitra, S Cents. 




No. 4T4500 

Masonic. 
No. 4T450a 

Odd Fellows 



No. 4T4504 

Knights of Pythias. 

No. 4T4506 

Redmen. 




No. 4T4508 

Woodmen of America. 
NO.4T4610 
Woodmen of the World. 




No. 4T4.5I8 

Carved pearl, lever 
end. Per pair .. .18c 



8oUd gold front, band ensraved, your choice, per pair SI. 50 

.^<%!Wlfr^^ Order by Number 





No. 4T4520 

Rolled plate, gold, 
atone set. 
Per pair 36c 



No. 4T453* 

Rolled plate, en- 
graved. 
Per pair 40c 




No. 4T4.534 

Solid gold front, 
bright finish, hand 
engraved. 

Per pair 81.00 





No. 4T4536 

Solid gold front, 
bright finish, hand 
engraved. 

Per pair 81.0O 



.\>-ii)i^iiiv 



No. 4T4548 

Gold filled, chased 
satin finished. 
Per pair 66c 





No. 4T4560 

Gold filled, Roman 
finished, set with 5 
brilliants and 1 gar- 
net. Per p:iir. 1S1.50 



No. 4T4568 

Gold filled, raised 
ornamen tati on , 
3 pearl settings, en- 
graved. 

Per pair Sl.OO 




No. 4T4564 

Solid gold front, 
bright polished, hand 
engraved. 

Per pair »1.60 




No. 4T45R0 

Gold filled, Roman 
finished, band en- 
graved, emerald and 
brilliant set. 

Per pair 81.40 




No. 4T4582 
Solid gold front, 

bright polished, hand 

engraved. 
Per pair 81.12 




Mo. 4T4593 

Gold filled, set 
with 3 pearls. 
Per pair.. 8 1.00 






No. 4T453* 

.Solid gold front, 
hand engraved, 
bright finish. 

Per pair 80c 



No. 4T4626 

Gold plated, lever 
end, Roman finish, 3 
opals. Per pair. 60c 





No. 4T4538 

Gold filled, hand 
chased. 
Per pair 50o 



No. 4T4540 

Gold plated, lever 
end, bright finished, 
set with 2 amethysts. 

Per pair 45c 




No. 4T4552 

Gold fil led,emerald, 
ruby and brilliant 
set. Per pair 65c 




No. 4T4554 

Goldfilltd.handen- 

graved, brilliant set. 

Per pair 65c 





No, 4T45C6 

Gold filled, Roman 
rose finished, emer- 
ald and ruby set. 

Per pair 8fio 



No. 4T456S 
Solid gold front, 
hand engraved. 
Per pair 81.46 





No. 4T4584 

Gold filled, raised 

colored gold, chased. 

Per pair 66c 



No. 4T4686 

Solid gold front, 
lever end, set with 2 
opals and 1 turquoise. 

Per pair 81.38 






No. 4T4514 

Hard enameled 
dog. Per pair... 35c 



No. 4T4S16 

Red carbuncle set. 
Per pair 25c 





No. 4T4528 

Rolled plate, pearl, 
gold thread. 

Per pair 30c 







No. 4T4542 

Gold plated, lever 
end, bright polished, 
setwith2rhiuestones. 

Per pair 40c 




No. 4T4566 

Gold filled, 2 em- 
erald sets. 
Per pair. ...... .60c 




No. 4T4670 

Solid gold front, 
band engraved, 
bright. 

Per pair 81.55 




No. 4T4593 

Solid gold front, 
hand engraved. 
Per pair 86c 



No.- 4T4594 

Goldfllled,2white 
stones. 2 emerald 
seta. Pair. .81.00 



No. 4T4595 

Gold filled, bril- 
liant set. 
Per pair 95c 




No. 4T4588 

Gold filled, hand 
chased, Itoman fin- 
ished, sapphire set. 
Per pair.. .81.25 




No. 4T4518 

Gold plated, levc 
end, Roman finish, 
rubles. Per pair. .46 




No. 4T4530 

Gold plated, lever 
end, Roman finish, 3 
rhinestones. 

Per pair 48c 



No. 4T4632 

Gold plated, levc 
end, Roman finish, 
emeralds. 

Per pair 50 





No. 4T4544 

Gold filled, lever 
end, Roman finish, set 
with 3 garnets. 

Per pair 60c 



No. 4T4546 

Gold filled, leve 
end, bright Unlshec 
set with opal. 

Per pair 65 





No. 4T4568 

Gold filled, raised 
ornamentation, pearl 
set. Per pair 65o 




No. 4T4660 

Gold filled, orna 
mented border, 
brilliants. 

Per pair OS- 



No. 4T4572 

Dumbbell link.s, gold 
filled. Per pair. 60c 

No. 4T45 74 .Solid 
gold. Per palr82.26 

No. 4T4676 Solid 
silver. Per palr.60o 




No. 4T4578 

Solid gold fronti 
bright polished, hanc 
engraved. 

Per pair 98< 





No. 4T4590 

Gold filled, Roman 
colored, set with tur- 
quoise. 

Per pair 81.20 



No. 4T4691 

Gold filled, hano 
chased, amethyst 

75€ 



No. 4T4ri96 

Gold filled. Roman 
finish, brilliant, em- 
erald and ruby set. 
Per pair. .81.46 





No. 4T4597 

Solid gold front, 
bright polished, 
hand carved. 

I'er pair. 81.20 



No. 4T4508 
Solid golfi front, 
hand carved, 
bright polished. 

Ill- |,inr..S1.20 



No. 4T4fii>9 

Gold filled, bright, 

finish, brilliants 

and garnet set. 

"er pair. 81 ■ 



SEARS, ROEBUCK fit CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



8J> 



STUDS, COLLAR BUTTONS AND LADIES' WATCH CHATELETTE PINS. 

COLLAR BUTTONS 



BEST 
QUALITY 

nilR Qni in ROI n '^''^S^^*' stone ^et Htuds are the nohbiebt and iiioMt fa^h 
wUn OULIU UULIf lonable on the market, genuine stones beltij; used, 
most brilliant ;ind tinest cut to be found, Grmly set in solid gold settings, the 
jame way as a diamond is set 



u*- ijiiote are the iiiont staple patterns made. 
The quality, we know, will give ab8olat« satte- 



faetion. 

If by mail, poBtajce extra, 3 cents; registration 8 cents extra. 

SOLID GOLD SINGLE STONE SET STUDS. 



WE HAVE ADDED 



to our line of stud sets 

a very handsoiue gold 

tilled line for negligee shirts. This stud set 
la made on the same plan as a small collar 
button, but is especially adapted for negli- 
gee shirt fronts. The desigus we have 
selected are the ones tised by our swell 
dressers in all large cities; simple but neat 
patterns. 




No. 4T4653 

Solid ^old 

mounting. 

Genuine 

opal. 

Each..»1.35 





No. 4T4658 

Solid gold 

mounting. 

Ruby 

doublet. 

Each.Sl.eo 






No. 4T4664 

Solid gold 
mounting. 

Ruby 

doublet. 

Eacii.. 81.35 



No. 4T4667 

Solid gold 

mounting. 

Emeraidi 

doublet. 

Eacli..»l.T5 





No. 4T4«'J0 

Solid gold 

mounting. 

Sapphire 

doublet. 

Each..«1.90 



No. 4T4673 

Solid gold 
mounting. 
Almandine 

stone. 
Each..»l.»« 



, Ho. 4T467e 

Pearl front, 
■oiled plate back, 
wparable- 

Per Bet 20c 







>o. 4T46r9 

Pearl front, 
roUed plate back, 
separable. 

Per set 80c 




So. 4T4682 No. 4T4686 No. 4T4ti88 

Carbuncle set, Carbuncle set, Gold front, en 

rolled plate back, gold filled back, graved, gold 

separable. separable. filled back, sep- 

Pcrset 85e. Per set 60c arable. 

I Perset 60c 



>"o. 4T469t 

Pearl front. 
;oId ornamenta- 
tion, hand en- 
2Ta\ed, s e p a r- 
ible. 

Per 8et fiOc 



No. 4T4694 

Plain polished, 
gold flllfd, sep- 
arable. 

Per set 45c 




>o. 4X4697 

Negligee gold 
filled, solid posts, 
raised ornamen- 
tation. 

Fcrset 45c' 



"So. 4T4?00 

Gold filled solid 
posts, negligee. 
Perset 45o 




No. 4T4708 >o. 4T4706 

Gold filled. Gold filled, 
raised oinamen-ruby turquoiae, 
tation,aeparable.!and pearl seW 

I'er set 40e:s^pa,!ible. 

Perset 86e 




Ko. 4T4T09 

Gold filled 
iright and 
ta ti D finish, 
"uby Bet, sep- 
irable. 

fwset.. i5e 



>o. 4'14na 

Gold filled, 
ruby set, sep- 
arable. 

Perset ..55o 




No. 4T4TI5 

Gold filled 

set ttithmbies, 

.eparable. , 

Perset...70e 



No. 4T4718 No. 4T47ai 

Gold filled Solid go 
set with pearlt-, heads, set with 
leparable. ru bies, separ- 

Per set... 75e able. 

Per set.. $1.26 




>o. 4T4ta!5 

Solid gold beads, 
raised ornamen- 
tation, separab le . 
Perset..*l,60 




No. 4X4734 

Gold filled, set 
with opals, 
separable. 
Per set.. 50c 



No, 414725 

Gold filled. 
Roman color, set 
with rhinestones. 
separable back. 

Perset 40e 



No. 4X4726 

Gold filled, 
Roman color, 
bft with rubies, 
separable back. 

Perset...50f 



>o. 4X4727 

White enamel, 
for full dress,, 
separab 1 e 
back. 
Per set... 40c 



No. 4X4788 

Gold filled 
Roman colored 
knot, set with 
rubies. 

Perset 65c 







No. 4T4739 

Gold filled, 
mounting, set 
with fine rhine- 
stones. 

Perset. .ftOe 



SOLID GOLD COLLAR BUTTONS. 





^^^^^ 



^^ 



No. 4TiT30 No. 4T4733 

Sail top, medium. Ball top. high. 

Each 90c Each ..» 1.00 









No. 4T4136 

Flat top. low. 
Each.... 90c 



No. 4T4739 

Flat top, medium. 
Each 95c 



No. 4T4743 
Flat top, high. 
Each »l.oo 



No. 4T4745 

Lever top, medium. 
Each 80c 



No. 4T4748 

Lever lop. large. 
Each Sl.io 



No. 4T4 751 

Lever pointer. 
Each Sl.lO 





COLD FILLED COLLAR BUTTONS. 



^\\\ii//* 







Flat Top. 
N0.4T4754 

tolled plate. 
Iaeb....l0c 
No. 4T4757 

Gold filled. 
tach....35c 



BaU Top. 
No. 4T4760 

Rolled plate. 
Each. ...10c 
No. 4T4763 

Gold ailed. 

Each.... 35c 



Lever I'earl Back. 
No. 4T4 766 

Rolled plate. 

Each 15c 

No. 4T4767 

Gold tilled. 
Each **5c 



Lever ftledium. 
No. 4T4769 

Rolled plate. 
Each....l0c 
No. 4T47 73 

Gold tilled. 
Each.... 35c 



Lever High. 
N0.4T4775 

RoUed plate. 
Each... lOc 
No. 4T47 78 

Gold filled. 
Each.... 35c 



Lever l*ointfr. 
No. 4T4781 

Rolled plate. 
Ea.;li . lOc 
No. JT4784 

Gold tilled. 
Eacb....25o 






Separable. 
No. 4T4788 

Solid goUi fn^ilt. 
Each... 35c 



.Separaole. 
No. 4T4790 

(■old tilled. 
Each... I5c 



LADIES' WATCH CHATELETTES. 



Ladles are using chatelettes to wear with their watches. You can improve tlie ap- 
pearance of your costume by wearing one of our swell chatelettes to bang your wateb 



o, or, if you desire, you can use one of these nobby plus as a l)rooch. Illustrations show the exact size. They are all gold filled and are guaranteed t 
entire satisfaction. If by maU, postage extra, on chatelettes, 3 cents. Insurance or registry extra, 8 cents. 




MO.4T4800 Gold No. 4T4802 Gold No. 4T4804 Gold No. 4T48O0 Gold No. 4T4S08 Gold No. 4T4810 Gold 

Ued, Roman color, filled, bright finish, filled, bright finish, filled, bright finish filled, bright finished, filled,rose gold finish 

ard enameled . ■ j , - . , ^ . , , . . ., .. _ t ■_ „. 

Price, 




N0.4T4813 tjold 

filled. rose gold finish. 



n^meled. tieaded edge. set with tour pearls, chased, beaded bor- beautifully ornamen- hand burnished, set raised ornamenta- 

, each 50c Price, each 60c Price, each 76c der. Price, each.. 98c ted, hand engraved, set with opal and seven tion. set with tour 

with pearl and tur- emerald doublets. amethysts. 

•luoise. Each.. .SI. 06 nii-o, each .»1.30 Price. each... Bl.35 



BO SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago . CATAL OGUE No. Hit. 

LADIES' ROLLED PLATE AHD GOLD FSLLED 

WAIST SETS, 

AND SIDE AND BACK COMBS. 



THE DESIGNS ILLUSTRflTEP ?LV"ao?S*".o1S'^riSSrde7.S 

For beauty and perfertion of ficiish, nothing better manafactored- Tl 
best quality of ^old tilied stock, Snest selected stoner lu the settiisr- 
most skilled labor in putting the goods together, beautifully engrave 
and chasing in the ornamentation, a more fashionable £^nd t 
far better grade of work than is ohoTFU hy tlao r:V©rap:3 Jowoloff cr oth( 
dealers in small towns and cities. 




N;>.4T4:t>65 i'taxrl engraved, 
dumb bell pattern. 
Price, per set 30c 




No. 4T-4H70 Gold filled, raised 
embossing and chasing, set with 
opals, button set. 

Price, per set S1.38 




No. 4T4883 Pin set, gold filled. 
fancy border, Roman finish, set 
with turquoise. Price, per set.. 7 2c 



■OO' ■i 



No. 4T4898 Solid gold front 
waist pin set, hand engraved. 
Price, per set $3.00 




No. 4Ti»3 7 (Jarbuncle set, rolled 
phite, dumb bell pattern. 
Price, per set 40c 




N>. 4T4860 Gold filled, hard en- 
ara?led flowers, dumb bell pattern 
Very fashionable. Per set 80o 




TJo. 4T4»7.'i I'iii set. gold Hlled, 
fancy raised center, brifrht finished, 
set wlth^tarnet. fancy mosaic bor- 
der. Koman finish. Very artistic. 

Price, per set 81.00 




No. 4T4877 Pin set, gold filled, 
fancy raised border and ornamen- 
tation, Iloman finish. 

Price, per set 70c 



rF BY MAIL, POSTAGE ON WAIST SETS, 3 CENTS EXTRA. 




N0.4T4884 Gold filled, Koman 
gold raised ornamentations, hand 
engraved and hand chased, set with 
hand cut emerald. Per set.. *1. 38 




No. 4T4886 Pearl, made in 
Itation of buttons, gold threaded 
center. The latest fad. 

Price, per set 68c 




No. 4T48U4 Gold tilled, fancy 
fluted, Koman finished waist pin 
set. Price, per set 74c 




No. 4T4896 Solid gold front, 
and engraved, bright burnished 
pin set. Price, per set. 99c 




No. 4T4864 Roman color, gol 
Slled, hand engraved and ban 
chased, raised ornamentation, al 
mandine set. Price, per set 6C 




No. 4T48-9 GoM filled, raise 
embossing and chasjiig, Koms 
finish: consists of 3 pina, 1 colli 
button. 1 pair cuff buttons and » 
cf waist buttons. Per set 9( 



t^sir^^^ 




No. 4T4890 Gold filled, raist 
emtx)ssing and chasing, Konc 
finish, consists of 3 pins, 1 coll: 
button, 1 pair cuff buttons and 
setof waist buttons. Per set. 81.0 




No. 4T4898 Gold filled, Roma 
color, artistically ornamented, s€ 
with turquoise. Per set 81.1 




LADIES' SIDE AND BACK COMBS. 

The settii]g:B are securely fastened so mi 
as to prevent loss; in fact, we believe the ^' 
finest hair ornaments ever made, con- 
sidering the wonderfully low figures we 
are quoting for this high grade of mer- 
chandise. We can send by mail any 
one of these combs for 3 cents ; registry 
or insurance would cost extra. 




Ladles' combs are again in vogrue In the styles illustrated below. The latest de 
signs, it will be noted, arc set with most brilliant white stones. We gnarantce tb 
,,(1 stones that we set in these conibs to be ,,s\il,j,] . , 
yjjl tlie most brilliant and the very finest cut i^>0|iiliili 
that are procurable, and our prices are '^' 
wholesale. These jeweled combs are "^ 
especially adapted for afternoon and 
evening wear. The shell part is made ev- 
ceptlonally tine, being highly polished 
and very strongly made. 

■v.v\iM,r.M,l,llil,MiM.T.Iil,|,l.lll,l,lililjC^, 






No. 4T4899Fancy Back Comb 1 No.4T4901 Fancy Side Comb, I No.4T4903 Fancy BackOomb, | No.4T4906 Fancy Side Comb. pat. I No.4T4909 Fancy Back Oon 
■et -with 28 brilliants. Ea.»1.35 | set with 11 brilliants. Pr.81.00 ] set with 8 brilliants. Each.. 76c 1 arrng'd. teeth, 9brilliants. Pr.»l.»5 | set with 20 brilliants. Ea.*!.' 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



91 



'BARF. STICK PINS AND HAT PINS. SOLID OOLD, GOLp^FlLlH„»ND,ROLLED PUTE. 




POSTAGE EXTRA ON SCARF PINS AND STICK PINS, 2 CENTS; HAT PINS, 3 CENTS. INSURANCE OR REGISTRY EXTRA. 



tnfe 






No. 4T5008 

Rolled plate. 
Bright finish- 
ed, beaded 
edge. Ea.aic 



No. 4T5009 

Rolled plate. 
Anchor, pearl 
set. Each. 30c 



No. 4T5011 

Rolled plate, 
Fancy chased, 
enamel (lower, 
pearl set. !S3c 



No. 4T5013 

Rolled plate, 
Chased, Ro- 
man finished, 
emerald cen- 
ter. Each.aOo 






x^^^l''/,. 




No. 4T5013 

Gold filled, 
Bright finish- 
ed, chased, 
opal set. 45c 



No. 4T5015 

Rolled plate. 

Chased, with 

ruby center. 

Each....35o 



No. 4T">016 

Gold filled. 
Bright finish- 
ed, opal set. 
Each. . 40c 



No. 4T5018 

Gold filled. 
Tiffany set- 
ting, white 
stone. Ea.37c 



No. 4T60S4 

Gold filled. 
Tiffany set- 
ting, white 
stone. Ga.40c 



.o. 4T.>035 

111 K 1 1 e d , 
ight finish- 
opal set. 
lacb — 46c 










No. 4T3087 

Rolled plate. 
Cluster, 4 
rubies, 4 white 
stones, 1 pearl. 
Each.... 40c 



No. 4T3038 

Gold filled. 
Rose gold fin- 
ish, garnet 
stone eyes. 45c 



No. 4T.5030 

Gold filled. 
Rose gold fin- 
ish, emerald 
set. Each. 60c 




x>,V^/, 



No. 4T5033 

Gold filled. 
Rose gold fin- 
ish, garnet 
eyes. Ea.65c 



No. 4T5034 

Gold filled. 
Hose gold fin- 
ish, large tur- 
quoise set.SOc 



>\lllil////. 



No. 4T5036 


No. 4T.>039 


Rolled plate. 


Rolled plate. 


Pearl, 2 bril- 


Three gar - 


liants. 


n ets. 


Each.... 25c 


Each.... 3 5c 



No. 4T5043 

Rolled plate. 
One brilliant, 
bright p o 1 - 
ished fan. 40c 



No. 4T505i 

Rolled piat«, 
Fancy 5 bril- 
liants, 1 sap- 
phire. Ea.50o 



No. 4T.'>057 

Gold filled. 
Rose gold fin- 
ish, large opal 
set. Each.85c 



No. 4T.';0G0 

Gold filled. 
Bright orna- 
ments, opal 
center.Ea.45c 





No. 4T->066 

Rolled plate. 
Horseshoe, 
9 brilliants. 
Each... 50c 



No. 4T50«9 

Rolled plate. 
Horseshoe. 7 
rubies, 8 bril- 
liants. »1.00 



No. 4T5073 

Rolled plate. 
Cluster. U 
brilliants, 8 
rubies, 1 pearl 
Each.... 85c 



No. 4TS075 

Rolled plate. 
Battle Axe, 
blue enamel, 
2 rubies, 1 
brilliant. 
Each....3 6o 



No. 4TS081 

Gold filled, 
Horseshoe 
and arrow, 
9 pe.arls. 75o 



No. 4T5083 

Gold filled. 

Fly, 3 pearls, 

1 fancy stone. 

Each 40c 





SOLID GOLD SCARF PINS 



I.No. 4T5100 

j D 1 i d gold 
,eart. almau- 
I ne center. 
Each.... 80c 




No. 4T5103 

Solid gold, 
bright p o 1 - 
ished, emer- 
ald setting. 
Each 85c 



No. 4T5107 

Solid gold, 

hand eng'ved, 

genuine opal. 

Each.. SI. 10 








No. 4T3093 

Gold filled, 
Fancy, bright 
finish, pearl 
center. Ea40« 





No. 4T5113 

Solid gold, 
ruby and em- 
erald setting. 
Each..»1.30 



No. 4T3116 

Solid gold, 
very fancy, 
bright pol- 
ished,13 pearls 
Each..iS1.35 



No. 4T5135 

Solid gold 
1 emerald, 
sapphire and 
ruby setting. 
Each..S1.35 



No. 4T5128 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
genuine opal 
center. 
Each..»1.50 



No. 4T5131 

Solid gold, 
very fancy, 
amethyst, 'S 
brilliants. 
Each.Sl.60 



No. 4T5143 

Solid gold. 
Fancy Bird, 
4 pearls, 1 
ruby. 
Each. 81.25 



No. 415146 

Solid gold, 
13 brinianta, 
ruby center. 
Each.Sl.se 



fo. 4TS153 

olid gold, 
•ight cut and 
igraved, al- 
' andine cen- 
■r. Ea.Sl.90 



No. 4T5155 

Solid gold 
Fancy Sickle, 
2 turquoise, 2 
pearls. 
Each.S2.00 



No. 4T5168 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
large genuine 
fire opal. 
Each, S3.25 








20LD FILLED HAT PINS. 



^ki^uV^ 



No. 4T5161 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
knot, emeral.l 
set. 
Each, SI. 10 



No. 4T5164 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
Roman col- 
ored rore. 
Each, Sl.l.j 





No. 4T5167 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
a 1 m a n d i n e 
center and 4 
genuine fire 
opals. SI. 30 



No. 4T-'5173 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
star and cres- 
cent, 6 pearl 
sets. 
Each. S1.45 



No. 4T5176 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
racer's horse- 
shoe. 
Each, SI. 80 



No. 4TS183 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
1 ruby and 4 
pearl sets. 
Each, S3.10 



No. 4T518B 

Solid gold, 
bright finish, 
10 genuine 
pearl sets. 
Each, S2.35 






o. 4T3191 Very fancy 
lUed plated, 6 white 
one settings, f ji n c y 
one center. Each, 35c 




No. 4T319^ Goldfilled, No. 4T5193 GoldfiUed. No. 4T5194 Gold filled, 

very fancy, hard enam- very fancy, set with 13 very fancy cluster, set 

eled in colors. white stones and 1 with IT emeralds and 13 

Each 60c large amethyst. Ea., 56o white stones. Each. 60c 



lo. 4T3197 Goldfilled 
Uncy hall, Roman finish. 
I't with 8 pearls and 1 
' rge ruby center. 
Each 65c 






No. 4T3195 Goldfilled, 
very fancy, Roman color, 
set with 20 emeralds and 
14 brilliants. Each.Sl.25 




No. 4T51«6 Goldfilled, 
Roman finished vibrat- 
ing top. 2 large rubies. 22 
fine cut brilliants and 8 
small rubies. Each.Sl.60 



98 Goldfilled 
. Roman finish, 
emeralds and 9 

90c 



No. 4T5199 Goldfilled, 

satin finished ball, set 
with 20 emeralds and 20 
fine cut brilliants, very 
attractive. Each.. 81.16 



No. 4T5300 Gold filled, 
fancy cube, set with 6 
large turquoise and 36 fine 
cut brilliants. The very 
. latest design. Ea., 81.60 




No. 4T5201 Goldfilled 
ball, Roman finished 
vibrating top, set with 
36 fine larae cut bril- 
liants. Each S1.60 



No. 4TS2o:4 Goldfilled, 
setwitheiarffe sapphirea 
and 43 brilliants. 
Each •1.7B 



9Z SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.112. 

LADIES' LACE PINS, MOURNING PINS, CUFF PINS, BABY PINS AND PIN SET} 

MATT. CHARGES on I/ace Pins, Moamlng Fins, Caff Fins, Baby Fins and Sets, 2 cents extra. 8 cents extra, by Insured or registered uiaU. 




iro.4T5303 Lace Pin, solid gold Irout. Each. 30c 



No. 4T6204 Lace Fin, solid guld Ir'.uit, engraved. 
1 garnet. Each 45o 




No. 4To306 Lace Fin, solid gold front, engr.„] 

Each 83( 






MO.4T5307 Polished Jet Lace Pln.witb small gold No. 4T5S08 Jet Lace rin, polished and fancy 
on«*ment set with real pearl. Price, each 76c engraved. Price, each 30c No. 4T3209 Jet Lace Pin, polished bal Un £ 

CUFF PINS AND CHILD'S BIB AND BABY PINS, ETC. Prico.each . ,;^ 



9^!^m^i 




Ho. tTi-HU Gold filled, 2 
b/UUants, 1 garnet. 
Each 200 



No. 4T5211 Solid gold 
front, engraved. 
Per pair 40c 



No. 4T5213 Gold front, 
raised ornamented ends. 
Per pair 56c 



No. 4T5213 Solid gold 
front, engraved. 
Per pair "oo 



No. 4T5314 Solid 
front, engraved. 
Per pair 



No. 4T5215 Solid gold 
tront.. 1 garnet, 1 pearl, 1 
•apphlre. I'erpair 85o 



No. 4T5216 Solid gold, 
Roman color, hand en- 
graved. Per pair Sl.OO 



No. 4T5217 Solid gold, 
Roman color, set with S real 
pearls. Per pair 83.60 



No. 4T5218 Solid gold, 
Roman color, raised orna- 
mentation. Per pair.. »3.00 



No. 4T6319 Finesolld 
polished center, be a 
edges. Per pair »U 



No. 4T5331 
Solid gold front, 
buid engraved. 
Price, per pair.SOo 



No. 4T5334 

Solid gold front, 
band engraved. 
Price, per pair. 68c 



mm^^mm, 



No. 4T5237 

Solid gold front 
set with pearls and 
turquoise. 

Price, per pair. 800 



No. 4T5349 

Solid gold, Roman 
;olor, beaded edge. 
Price, per pair.95o 





No. 4TS358 

Holid gold front, 
Boman color, hand 
engraved. 
Price, persetof 3..800 



No. 4T5359 

Solid gold front, 
Roman color, hand 
engraved. 
Price, per set of 3, 85c 




No. 4T5263 

Solid gold, Roman 
color, raised orna- 
mentation set with 
pearls. 
Price, perpaLr.81.30 




(il«ilif'i»'.i 



No. 4T.';261 
Solid gold front, 
bright finish, set with 
pearls. 
Price, per set of 3,95o 



^ 



No. 4T53G3 

Solid gold front, 
Roman color, hand 
engraved. 
Price, per sot of :i,96c 




No. 4T5264 

Solid gold front, 
bright finish, set with 
pearls and turquoise. 

Persetof 3.. .81. 30 



No. 4T5356 

Solid gold, Roit 
color, ha;id engr:ed 
Price, per palr.S it 



No. 4T5365 

Solid gold fill, 
bright finish, set ti 
pearls and turqu le. 

Per set of 3., »U 




No. 4T5267 Gold filled, hand en- No. 4T52C8 Gold front, bright fin- No. 4T5370 Solid gold front, Ro- No.4T5371 Solid gold front. Ro| 
graved, bright finish, soldered chain, ish, hand engraved, soldered chain. man finish, bright hand engraving, finish, bright hand engraving, sold'" 
Price, eaA 60c Price, each 80o soldered chain. Price, each 95c chain. Price, each 




No. 4T5273 Solid gold front, bright 
finished, hand engraved, soldered 
Obaln. Price, each 81.15 



N0.4T3374 Solid gold front. Roman 

finish, bright engraved, soldered chain. 

Price, each 81.20 



No. 4T5376 Solid gold front, bright 
finish, soldered chain, set with tur- 
quoise. Price, each 81.30 



N0.4T5277 Solid gold front, RoiiB 
color, brightengraving, soldered cho. 
set with turquoise. Price, each. 8110 




No. 4T5379 Solid gold, Roman color, 
beaded edge, soldered links. 
Price, each 81.75 



No. 4T5380 Solid gold, bright finish, 
hand engraved, soldered links. 
Price, e,ach 81.75 



No. 4T5282 Sol id gold, Roman color, 
beaded edges, soldered linlcs. 
Price, each 83.50 



No. 4TS384 Solid gold, Roman ■ 
hand engraved, soldered links. 
Price, each S- 



Yoor Order. 



GENTLEMEN'S GOLD HEADED CANES, $3.50 TO $I3.00. 

Guaranteed Best Quality Gold Headed Canes, Mounted jon Fine Polished Genuine Ebony Stiri^s, 83.60 to 813.00. Cash in Fall Must be Sent ^^ 

Canes Cannot go by Mall. 
_ ^ No. 4T6394 Polo crook, beauti- 

No. 4T5290 Round head.raised orna- 
mentation and hand engraved, plain pol- 
ished top, S -inch stick, 10- karat gold. 

Price, each 84.35 




No. 4T5392 Round head, fancy 
raised ornamentation and hand engraved, 
plain polished top, ^-inch stick, 14-karat 
gold. Price, each 86.60 




No. 4T5290 



No. 415392 



ful ■ raised ornamemation and head 
engraved, polisheil ends, %-iDih s'ick 
10-karat. Price, each »y.95 

No. 4T5295 Same in 14-karat. 

rrice,each 813.00 

No. 4T5298 Round head, raised 
ornamentation and hand engraved, 
plain polished top, %-inch slick. 10- 
karat gold. Price, each 83.50 

Any of the above tnonntings can 
oe engraved with any name or inscrip- 
tion in script at 2", cents per letter, 
or old English at 514 cents r'- letter. 




No. 4T5394 No. 4T5398 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.li2. 



93 



ADIES' FANCY ROLLED PLATE AND COLD FILLED BROOCHES. 



POSTAGE ON BROOCH PINS 2 CENTS EXTRA. INSURANCE OR REGISTRY EXTRA. 
SEE INTRODUCTORY PAGE IN THIS DEPARTMENT FOR INSTRUCTIONS. 





Gold No. 4T5306 Rolled 
from plate; brigrht finish 



No. 415301 Rolled plate; 



Ho. 4T6303 

led; copied 

lid gold pj — __ „ . - . 

•\ with 1 genuine and 8 pearls; very colored leaf; set with 4 rhlnestones. 
nl. Each....«1.30 beautiful. Each. .68c Each , 64c 



copied from plate; brigrht finish; No. 4T5307 Koiled plate; best No. 4T5308 Kolledplate; flUed : fine quality; 
gold pattern; set with 16 garnets quality; rose colored flowers and very fancy; set with 6 imita- bright polished 



No. 4T5308 Rolled plate; 



No. 

filled 



4T6310 Gold 
fine quality: 



tioii diamonds and 1 imlta- beaded edges. 

t ion opal in center. Each,40c Each 69c 



No. 4Tfi318 GoM 
filled; Roman flntib; 
set with 6 brllliantB 
and 1 almandlne; 
somethingdalnty 

Each ..«•• 




J0.4T5318 Gold No. 4T5384 Gold No. 4T5327 Rolled 

ed; enameled In filled; Roman finish; plate; Roman finish, 
ors; set with 1 gen- set with 4 brilliants raised ornamenta- 



leqpal; very mod- and 5 pearls. 



Each 76c center. Each. 



tlon; brilliant set and 1 amethyst 



No. 4T6337 Bomaa 

, finish; raised omamen- 
No. 4T6330 Gold No. 4T5338 Gold No. 4T6336 Gold tatlon ; set with 12 brfl- 
filled: Roman finish; filled; bright pol- filled: Roman and Hants and 7 alman- 
setwith 24 brilliants Lshed beaded edges; enameled finish; set dines. 



Each 84c 



set with 8 ruby dub- with 5 pearls. 

lets. Each 76c Each 58c 



Each.. ..„»1.00 




0.4T6338 Gold filled; 
laian colored; hand 
( sed; set with 1 large 
I ethyst and 6 pearls; a 
' r design. 

u.h •1.08 



No. 416340 Gold 
filled; Roman finish; 
set with 21 brilliants 
and 8 olivines; very 
artistic. 

Each 81.15 




No. 4T634a Gold filled; 
Roman colored; fancy 
chased; set with 36 fine 
rhlnestones and 1 garnet. 

Each •1.88 



No. 4TS348 Boman 

No. 4TS346 Gold finish; set with 8 beB- 

fllled; fancy Roman Hants and 8 alman- 

color; chased; ex- dines; very attractlTB. 

No. 4T6344 Gold filled; quisite design; set Each 6»o 

Roman finish; very dainty; with 12 pearls and 1 

beautifully enameled; set turquoise. 

Irith 8 pearls. Each 68c Each SLSe 



o. 4TS350 Solid gold 
I It; Roman and l)right fln- 
l hand engraved ; some- 
t '? very substantial. 

• 1.00 




No. 4T5360 Gold 
filled; Roman colored: 
No. 4T5364 Gold "V,2j P/JSIll^J^ ^^ one of the very lateA 
filled; bright pol- ^*<i2tj«»-^ No. 4T5358 Solid designs. This pin Is 
lshed; very substan- No. 4T53C6 Solid gold front; gold front; bright pol- beautifully ornament- 
No. 4T5358 Gold filled; tially made; set with Romanandbrightfinlsh;hand lshed; hand engr.aved,- ed with 1 large opal 
briglit finish; set with 43 10 pearls and 1 large engraved; set with 3 garnets; you can not wear It center, 1 large pearl 
brilliants; most gorgeous turquoise matrix. something very strong. out; set with 17 gar- drop and 3small pearls, 
efi'ect. Bach il.SO Each »1.50 Each SLSO nets. Each »1.86 Each BUfO 






;>. 4T5362 Gold 

J'd; hand chased; No. 4TS364 Roman and 
»mn colored; set enameled finish, set with 7 
■» 1 1 line amethysts. l)rilliants and 6 pearls. 
•"'' S1.45 Each 40c 




No. 4T6368 Gold filled; 
No. 4T5366 Relied plate; hand engraved; hand chased 
Roman and enameled finish, and raised ornamentation; 
set with 5 brilliants and 1 set with 1 genuine opal; very 
garnet. Each 4Bc artistic. Each •1.36 

MOURNING BROOCHES. 




No. 4T5370 



No. 4T5378 

No. 4T53 78 Solid gold 
front; Roman finish; band 
engraved; set with 1 tur- 
quoise, 1 pearl and 1 garnet; 
very strong. Each SLUM) 

No. 4T5370 Solid gold 
front; Roman finish; haDQ 
engraved; set with 3 gar- 
nets; this pin will last a life- 
time. Each •1.00 



U.^!^ 



(■. 4T8374 Brooch Pill, 
1 1( enamel and jet orna- 
its. Price 35c 







No. 4T537G Brooch Pin, 

black enamel wreath. 
Price 60c 



No. 4T6878 Brooch Pin, black 
enameled branch with fine jet 
flowers. PrI.e 90c 



No. 4T3380 Brooch Pin. 
black enamel anti jet fl<iwers. 
peari center. Pi-ire ...SI. 15 



No. 4T5388 Brooch Pin. 

fine black »*namel set with 4 
real pearls. Price •1.3S 



94 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. ll 

FANCY SOLID GOLD PENDANTS, BROOCHES AND CROSSES. 



These s:'»od8 are set with pearls ami varioas popular stones. For the priro you i.-annot duplicate these goods anywhere else. 
They are solid gold through and through, guaranteed to you in every particular, and if not as described, money will be refunded. 



IF BY MAUj, P0STA(;K 
lEXTRA, a CENTS; 
REGISTERED MAIL, 
8 CENTS EXTRA. 




No. 4T5137 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, green enameled, 
set with one pearl. 

Each S3.7S 






No. 4T5438 

Fancy Brooch or 
Penriant. Roman finish, 
solid gold, one tine gen- 
uine rose diamond. 

Each 83.85 



No. 4T."> f.39 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, colored gold pansy, 
set with pearl. 

Each »4.16 



No. 4T5430 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, colored gold leaves, 
set with 4 pearls, 1 ruby 
doublet. 

Each »a.40 





No. 4T543I 
Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, set with 7 pearls. 
Each «3.50 



No. 4T5433 

Fancy Brooch, soil 
gold, colored gold tlowe 
set with pearl. 

Each S3.S 





No. 4T5433 

EnameledFancy Brooch 
or Pendant, solid 

gold, almandine center, 
;oman color. 
Each S3. 75 



No. 4T5434 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, new rose gold fin- 
ish, set with 5 pearls. 

Each 83.00 




No. 4T6435 

Fancy Solid Gold 
Brooch, colored gold 
leaves, hand engraved, 
set with 3 ruby doublets. 

Each 83.95 



No. 4T5436 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, colored jrold flow- 
ers, set with ruby 
doublet. 

Each 83.65 



No, 4T6437 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, set with ruby cen- 
ter. 

Each 83.65 




No. 4T5440 

Very fine fancy Brooc 
or Pendant, solitl gol 
colored gold ornament 
20 pearls, 6 large almai 
dines. Each 85.C 



No. 4TS444 

Fancy Brooch, solid gold, 
almandine center. 
Each 83.00 



No. 4T5445 

Fancy Solid Gold 
Brooch. The very latest 
design, set with 5l> pearls 
and 1 ruby doublet. 

Each 86,50 






^ 



o 



^^ 



4T5447 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, Koman finish, set 
with ruby center. 

Each 83.40 



No, 4T6450 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, ruby center. 
Each 83.36 






No. 4T5459 
Fancy Brooch, solid gold 
enameled, almandine center. 
Each 83.00 



No. 4T5468 

Fancy Solid Gold 
Brooch bright finished, 
set with 6 pearls and 1 
ruby. Each 84. as 



No. 4T.'5403 

Fancy Solid Gold 
Brooch, absolutely new 
in design, set with .W 
pearls and 1 ruby dou- 
ijletfortheeye. Ea.»«.35 




N0 4T5465 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, 6 ruby sets, large 
amethyst center. 

Each 83.50 



No, 4T5463 

Fancy Brooch, solid 
gold, colored gold leaves, 
set with 12 pearls, 1 ruby 
center. Each. .. 84.00 

"w 

No. 4T5468 

Fancy Solid Gold 
Brooch, Roman color, 6 
pearl sets, almandine 
center. Each 84.30 



No. 4T5466 

Fancy Wreath Broo 

solid gold, 5 pearls set 

Each 83. 




No. 4T5471 

Fancy Brooch, sol 

gold, Koman colori 

flowers, pearl and alma 

dine centers. 

Each 83.) 




No. 4T5474 

Fancy Solid Gold, Roman fln- 
^h, hand engraved, hand 
(based: set with 1 fire opal, e.\- 
Ira heavy. 

Each 86.50 



No. 4T547 7 

Very Fancy .Solid Gold 
Brooch, Roman finish, hand 
engraved and hand chased: 
set with 6 whole pearls and 
1 large fire opal. 

Each 88.35 



No. 4T5480 

Fancy Solid Gold Brooch, 
Roman finish, hand en- 
graved and hand chased: 
set with 18 pearls and 1 large 
fire opal. 

Each 86.50 



No. 4T5483 

Very Fancy Solid Gold 
Roman Finished Sunburst 
Brooch: set with 9 very line 
fire opals. 

Each 810.60 



No. 4T5486 

Very Fancy Solid Gold Broo 
Roman finished, hand engra\ 
and hand chased: briglit < 
throughout: set with 48 genu, 
pearls and 1 large fire opal. 

Each 816. 



SOUO SILVER, ROLLED GOLD 
PLATE AND SOLID GOLD CROSSES. 




No. 4T5489 

Rolleil plate, 
wigraved. 
Each 35c 




No. 4T5490 

Solid gold. 

Each .83.00 

No. 4T8491 

Solid Silver. 
Each... ...81.10 



No. 4T5493 

Fine solid ster- 
ling silver. 
Each 60c 



No. 4T5493 

Solid Gold. 

Each 84.00 

No. 4T5494 

Solid Silver. 
Each ..83.50 



No. 4T5495 

Solid gold front, 
fancy engraved, 
satin finished. 

Each 80c 



No. 4T5496 

Solid gold. 

Each 83.76 

No. 4T5497 

Solid Silver. 
Each 81.35 



No. 4T5498 

Gold filled set 
with 10 alman- 
dines and 1 bril- 
liant. Each... 90c 



No. 4T5500 

Fine solid go, 
fancy engrav. 
satin finished. 

Each 83.1 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth. Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 96 



?a\*.\y 



COLD FILLED AND SOLID COLD EARRINCS AND DROPS. 

POSTAGE EXTRA, 2 CENTS. REGISTERED MAIL, 8 CENTS EXTRA. 






o. 4Tjt>03 No. 4TS606 No.4T5G09 No.4T5613 No. 4T5615 No. 4T5618 

iold ailed Gold ailed Solid gold Solid g-old Solid gold Solid gold 

oprings.en- hoopriiigs.eii- fronts, hand fronts, hand fronts, hand fronts, en- 

jyed, solid graved, solid engraved, ball engraved, ball engraved,ball graved. Ball 

) Id wires. Per goldwires. Per pendants. Per pendants. Per pendants. Per pendants. Per 

ir 36c. pair, 45c. pair, 50c. pair, 50c. pair, 65c. pair, 65c. 



No. 4T5631 

Solid ,"old 
fronts, rnine- 
stone, solid 
gold wires. Per 
pair, SI. 15. 



No. 4T5624 

Solid gold 
fronts, en- 
graved. Ball 
pendants. Per 
pair, 85c. 



No. 4T3627 

Solid gold 
fronts, band 
engraved. iiall 
pendants. Per 
pair, 65c. 



No. 4T5628 

Solid gold 
fronts, band 
engraved, ball 
pendants. Per 
pair, 65c 










o. 4T5633 

iolid gold 



No. 4T5636 

Solid gold 



onts, en- fronts, en- 



No. 4T5639 

Solid gold 
fronts, escal- 



No. 4T5645 



gold 



Very fancy 
■ ailed. 



No. 4T5648 

Solid gold 

-- , -- fronts, hand 

avedr'Ball graved, witli loped set.with engra\Bd.Ball turcjuoisecen 

indants. Per garnets. Per garnets. Per pendants. Per ter. Per pair, center. Per ter. Per pair, 

Jr, 93c. pair. Sl.OO. pair. 15c. pair, 75c. 70c. pair, 60c. 65c. 

I 14-KARAT SOLID COLD EARRINCS, DROPS AND SETS 



No. 4T5648 

Gold ailed, 
ornamented, 
m oon ba 1 1 



No. 4T5651 

Gold filled, 
orn amented, 
turquoise cen- 



No. 4T563G No. 4T5661 

Solid gold Solid gold! 

fronts.liand fronts, hand 

engraved. Per engraved, set engraved, set 

pair, 50c. with tur- with ruby. 

quoise. Pr.65c Per pair, 65c. 



No. 4T5655 

Solid gold 
fronts, hand 








ro. 4T5663 

Solid gold 
I r r i ti g s , 
ight polish- 
. Per pair. 



:^^' 



No. 4T5666 

Solid gold 
hoop rings, 
f ac eted and 
polished. Per 
pair, 98c. 



No. 4T3669 

Solid gold, 
plain hoop, 
earrings. Per 
pair, Sl.OO. 



No. 4T3673 

Solid gold, 
with real 
pearls, ball 
pendants. Per 
pair, SI. 10. 



No. 4T5675 

Solid gold, 
pearl center, 
ball pendants. 
Per pair, 
Sl.OO. 



No. 4T5678 

Solid gold, 
fancy, tur- 
q uoise center, 
ball pendants. 
Per pr., 81.36. 



No. 413681 

Solid gold, 
h^nd chased 
ball pendants. 
Per pair, 
81.48. 



No. 4T5684 

Solid gold, 
polished cube. 
Per pair, 
81.00. 



No. 4T5687 

Solid gold, 
plain polished 
ball. Per pair, 
81.35. 



No. 4T5690 

Solid gold 
enameled^ 
garnet cen- 
ter. Per 
pair 81.45 



;/ 










-^. 




No. 4T5696 

Solid gold, 
fancy setting 
rhinestone 
set. Per pair, 
81.45. 



No. 4T5699 

Solid gold, 
fancy setting, 
rhin-e stone. 
Per pair, 
81.50. 



No. 4T5702 

Solid gold 
setting, fancy 
top, rhine- 
stone. Per 
pair, S1.65. 



No. 4T5705 

Solid gold, 
fancy set- 
ting, rhine- 
stone. Per 
pair, 83.O0. 



No. 4T5708 

Solid gold, 
rhinestone 
setting. Per 
pair, 83.35. 



No. 4T5711 

Solid gold, 
fancy set, 
rhi nestono. 
Per pair, 
83.35. 



No. 4T5714 

Solid gold, 
plain setting, 
rhi n e stone 
set. Per pair, 
83.50. 




NO.-4T3730 

Solid gold, 
engraved, 
very heavy 
rhi nes tone. 
Price, 84.50. 



No. 4T5733 

Solid gold, 
fancy cup set- 
ting, genuine 
pearl set. Per 
pair, 81.60. 




o 



No. 4T5733 

.Solid gold, 
fancy mount- 
ing, ruljy set. 
Per pa i r , 
83.00. 



No. 4T5735 

Solid gold, 
fancy setting, 
ruby doublet. 
Per pair, 
83.35. 



No. 4T3741 

Solid gold, 
chased, Rom- 
an color, ruby 
sot. Per pair, 
83.35. 



No. 4T3747 

Solid gold, 
fancy cup set- 
tin g , opal 
cen t e r. Per 
pair, 83.00. 



No. 4T5750 

Solid gold, 
very lieavy 
fancy setting, 
opal set. Per 
pair. S3.50. 



No. 4T5763 

Solid gold, 
plain polished 
ball. Per pair, 
81.35. 



No. 4TS756 

Solid gold, 
Roman knot, 
pearl center. 
Per pair, 
81.60. 



No. 4T5763 

Solid gold, 
fancy setting, 
rh i n e s t o n e. 
Per pair, 
83.00. 



No. 4T5768 

Solid gold, 
three leaf clo- 
veralmandine 
set. Per pair, 
83.35. 




o. 4X5771 

•iolid gold, 
graved, al- 
andine set. 
e r pair, 
|8.55. 



No. 4T57 74 

Solid gold, 
fancy setting, 
a 1 m a n d 1 n e 
set. Per pair, 
n3.75. 



No. 4T3776 

Solid gold, 
set with 13 
rliinest o nes, 
one turquoise. 
P'rpair,S3.50 



No. 4T5780 

Solid gold, 
plain setting, 
large opal set. 
Per pair, 
83.95. 



No. 4T5783 

Solid gold, 
Roman knot, 
set with al- 
niandines. Per 
pair. SI. 30. 



No. 4T3795 

Solid gold, 
fancy setting, 
set with ru- 
bies. Per pair, 
S3. 70. 



No. 4T5798 

Solid gold, 
fancy setting, 
Roman color, 
opal set. Per 
pair, S3.50. 



No. 4T5801 

Solid gold, 
plain setting, 
set with 
pearls. Per 
pair, SI. 30. 



No. 4T5807 

Solid gold, 
fancy Roman 
colored knot. 
Per pair, 
S3.10. 



NO.4T5810 

Solid gold. 
fancy Roman 
colored knot, 
set with opals- 
P'rpair,S3.3S 



MOURNINC OR JET EAR DROPS WITH SOLID COLD WIRES. 








>.4T5813 Ear Drops, 

tballs, solid gold wires. 
Per pair 50c 



No. 4T5814 Ear Drope, 

jet flowers, solid gold 
wires. Per pair 65o 



No. 4T581 6 Ear Drops, 

jHt flowers, ,gold ear 
wires. Per pair 75c 



No. 4T3818 Ear Drops, 

jet flowers, gold wires. 
Per pair 70r 



No. 4T3830 Ear Drops, 

jet cube, gold wires. 
Per pair 45c 



No. 4T5833 Jet Ear 
Drops. 

Per pair 60o 



96 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES. 

WK HAVE SELECTED NOVELTIES MOST APPROPRIATE FOR A 
GIFT OR PERSONAL USE. 
In making a gift, we believe that it is best to give a useful article, so we 
have endeavored to list only such articles. All those goods are made of the 
finest Bterling silver. The prices quoted are extremely low. Bear In mind 
tbat oar novelties are all !)35-1000 fine. The engraving and chasing 
is hand work. They are sufBciently heavy to be well able to stand continual 
usage. If goods are not exactly as described we always cheerfully refund 
money. _^ 




No. 4T5854 Ster- 
ling Silver Hat 
Mark, 2 inches long. 

Price 35e 

If by mail, postage 

extra, Z cents. 




No. 4T5879 Sterling SU- 
ver Baby Ring, ]J^ inches 

In diameter, silver bells, 
pearl ring. 

Price 80c 

If by mail, postage extra, 
3 cents. 





No. 4T3881 Sterling SUver 
Stamp Box. 

Price 68c 

If by mail, postage extra, 
3 cents. 




Ko. 4T5836 Sterling Silvir Glove Set, 
flvt- pleces,ljox5x4inches. Price, complete set 
If by mall , postnge extra, 10 cents 

_-l No. 4TS887 
■"^ Sterling Sli- 
ver Button Hook, TVi inches long. 

Price, each 98c 

If by mail, postage extra, 5 cents. 



Kev. 4T5829 Sterling Silver Paper 
Cutter, 7^ Inches long, fine pearl blade. 

Price, each :.«l.lo 

If by mail, postage extra, 4 cents. 

Sterling Silver '^Sl^^*»<^&B«) 
Tooth Bmsh, 7H Inches long. 

Price, each 'Of 

li by mall. postage extra, 3 cents. 

No. 4TB833 
'Sterling Sli- 
ver Curling Iron, length, 7 inches. 

Price, each 70c 

If by mall, postage extra, 6 cents. 
TTn ITFTftTtTir i . i,.,, 
SterUng Sil- ^i^^^ ^'^- 
»er Paper Cutter, RH inches long. 

Price, each 85c 

If by mail, postage extra, 4 cents. 
)f— »- fi . .„- No. 4T5837 

^J^S^IIIil IW^^ Sterling Sll- 
Ter Manicure File, 6 inches long. 

Price, each »0e 

If by mall, postage extra, 4 cents. 
No. 4T6839 
Sterling Silver 
Button Hook, 5 H inches long. 

Price, each *<»« 

If by mail, postage extra, 3 cents. 

mstri, m No. 4T5841 Sterling 

^^S^^™mI Silver Letter Seal, 
length, 3 inches. Any Initial cut, 15c 

extra. Price, each "Oo 

It by mail, postage extra, 4 cents. 
N0.4T5843 
Sterling Silver 
Letter Opener, 

i\ Inches long. Price, each 35o 

If by mall, postage extra, 3 cents. 
No. 4T5 84S 
Sterling Silver 
Paper Cutter, 
m inches long. 
Price, cacb..80c 
If by mail. post- 
age extra, 3c. 

urg"l5vlr*Vo^*ke-t liill^^ 

MustacheComb, 4 inches long. 

Price, each ■ »l-0" 

If by mall, postage extra, 3 cents. 

>H__,,;„-_^K^eB)ft No. 4T6 849 Ster- 
^=-=*9^SSi*sip'' ling Silver Mani- 
cure Cuticle Knife, 3-^ inches long. 

Price, each ■ ■ ■»«'<' 

If by mail, postage extra, 3 cents. 

Mo. 4T6863 Sterling Sll- I 
ver Cane or Umbrella{ 
Flate. Price, each 28c 

If by mail, postage extra, 2 cents. 



:'onsisting 

81.66 



No. 4T5856 Ster- 
ling Sliver E m- 
broidery Scissors, 
length 4 inches 

Price 9Sc 

If by mall, postage 

extra, 4 cents. 

N0.4T3856 Ster- 
ling Sliver .Scissors, 
lentrth, 5\4 inches. 

Price, »1.H> 

If by mail, postage 

extra, 4 cents. 



No. 4T5858 Ster- 
ling Sliver Desk 

Knif e,5 incheslonK- 
Price sne 

If by mail, postage 
extra, 3 cents. 



No. 4T3883 Sterling 
Silver Mounted Needle 
Emery. 

Price, each 88c 

If by mail, postage ex- 
tra, 3 cents. 



No. 4T588S Ster- 
ling Sliver Baggage 
Check, very heavy. 

Price, each 48c 

If by mail, postage 
extra, 3 cents. 

No. 4TS889 Necktie Clasp, ^js^ 
=4 inch long. Price, each. . .34c @^fe 
If by mail, postage extra, 3o. N==^ 

No. 4T5892 Sterling Sil- 
ver Match Box. Place for 
photograph. Length, 2% 
Inches; width, IH inches. 

Price, each »2.25 

f by mail, postage extra, 
3 cents. 

No. 4T15893 Same in 
silver plated. 

Price, each 80c 

11 by mail, postage extra, ?t cents. 



Baby's Sterling Silver Comi 
and Brushes. 







4TjtSS>5 



No. 4T5860 Stering Sliver Boudoir Set, 3 

pieces— button hook, cut Icle knife and nail file. 

Price .(If by mall, postage extra, Sc.j... 68c 



N0.4T5895 Sterling 
Sliver Match Box. 

Price »1.00 

If by mall, postage ex- 
tra, 3 cents. 

'^ No. 4T5896 

Sterling Sil- 
\eT Match 
Box. 
Piice.Sl.lO 

If by mail, postage 
extra, 3 cents. 



4T5896 

No. 4T8897 Ster- 
ling Silver Match 

Box. Price 81.20 

I f by m ail, postage 
extra, 3 
cents. 



4T5H9: 
No. 4T5899 Sterling 
SlUor Match Box, ex- 
tra heavy. 

Price 81.30 

If by mall, postage 
extra, 3 rents. 





4TS-.99 





No. 4T6801 SterUng Sil- 
ver Necktie Clasp, 1 inch 

long. Price, each 40c 

If by mail, postage extra, 3 cents. 

No. 4T586a Sterling Sil- 
ver Stamp Box. 

Price, each 60c 

If by mail, postage extra, 
3 cents. 



No. 4T.'>863 SterUng Sliver Paper 
Cutter, 8'f. inches long. Piice.. .81.10 
If by mall, postage extra, 6 cents. 



No. 418864 SterUng SUver Shoe 
Horn, T"/, inches long. Price. ...81.06 
If by mail, postage extra, cents. 

N0.4T3865 Sterling 
Silver Coat Hanger, 2 

inches long. 

Price, each 50c 

If by mail, postage ex- 
tra Scents. 

No. 4T'j871 ^ . .-. «n 7^ | » 

Sterling Silver ^^^ 

Ink Eraser-Si^ inches long. Price, 95c 

If by mail, postage extra, 3 cents. 

No. 4T587 7 

Sterling Silver 

Nail Polisher, 

S'-i inches long. 

Price 66 c 

If bymali.post- 
Hge extra, 4c. 





No. 4T5908 Sterling Silver Em- 
broidery Set. three pieces. 

Price.. 81.30 

If by n>all. postage extra. 6 cents. 




No. 4T5975 Hair Comb and Brush. 
complete with box. 

Price, per set 84.00 

If by maU, postage extra, 6 cents. 

No. 4T5976 Sterling Silver Hair 
Brush, 7%. Inches long. 

Price, each 83.76 

If by maU, postage extra, 3 cents. 

No. 4T697 7 SterUng Silver Comb, 
7!4 inches long. 

Price, each 81.25 

If by maU, postage extra, 3 cents. 




No. 4T5959 Sterling Silver, Bab- 
Comb. Price, each 6 

If by mail, postage extra, 3 cents 

No. 4T5960 Comb and Brush, co: 
plete in silk lined box. 

Price, complete set 81. 

If by maU, postage extra, 8 cents 

Silver Key Ring. 

No. 4T5963 Sterling Sil- 
ver Horseshoe Key Ring. 

Price, each 58o 

If by mail, postage extra, 
2 cents. 

Silver Clothes Brush. 





No. 4T59G4 Sterling Silver Brus 
8^< Inches long, 1% Inches wide. 

Price, each 82.: 

If by mall, postage extra, 6 cents 

Silver Hat Brush. 

No. 4X5968 Sterll 
Silver Ladles'Hat Bruj 
5y4 Inches long. 

Price, each 81.) 

If by mall, postas 
extra, 4 cents. 

Silver Cigar Cutta 

No. 4T6969 Sterlli 
Silver Pock- , 
et Cigar Cut- I 
ter, IJi-inch ' 

long. Price 6. 

If by mall, postage extra, 3 cents. 

Silver Darner. 

NO.4T3970 Sterling Silver 
Stocking Darner, 5Mi Inches 

long. Price, each 60o 

If by mall, postage 
extra, 6 cents. 

Silver Bell. 

N0.4TS971 Sterling 
Sliver Table Bell, i 
Inches long. 

Price, each.... 81. 10 

If by mall, postage 
4T3tf71 extra, 5 cents. 

Silver Book Marl(. 

No. 4T6972 Silk Ribbon SterUt 
Silver mounted Book Mark. 

Price, each " 

If by mall, postage 
extra, 3 cents. 

Silver Carters. 




NO.4T0973 Sterling Silver 
Mounted Garters, Bne silk 
web, plaid effect, something 
nobby. Price, per pair, 81.40 
If by mall, postage extra, 
6 cents. 



4T58 




No. 4T5974 Sterling Silver MouB 
ed Garters, set with handsome rut^ 
fine silk web. Very handsome. 

Price, per pair 83.0 

If by maU, postage extra, 6 cents. 




SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 07 



L&DIES' GOLD FILLED AND SILVER FILLED BUCKLES AND SASH BROOCHES. 







'lO. 416028 fJKsh Buckle, 

r'e finish, gold flUed. 

rice 65c 

' o. 1T6031 Sa»h Buckle, 
g'le style as above, gray 
^■er filled. Price 55c 




No. 4T6034 Sash Buckle, 

rose finish, gold tilled. 

Price 65c 

No. 4T6037 Sash Buckle, 
same style as above, gray 
silver filled. Price 65o 



No. 4T<'<> •<) .ShkIi Buckle, 

fancy raised ornamenta- 
tion, rose finish, gold filled. 

Price 70c 

No. 4T6043 Sash Buckle, 
same style as above, French 
gray, silver filled. 
Price 60c 



No. 4T6046 Sash Buckle, 

very rich design in raised 
ornamentation, rose finish, 
gold filled. Price 75c 

No. 4T6049 Sash Buckle, 
same style as above, French 
gr.ay, silver filled. 

Price 60c 




No. 4T<;05;i Sanh Buckle, 

extra si/.e; select design; 

rich raised ornamentation; 

rose finish; gold filled. 

Price 81.00 

No. 4T6065 Sash Buckle, 

same style as above, pray 
^' ir Mn.-d. Price 76c 



FOUR CENTS will carry one of our sash buckles to any part of the United States of America. 






o. 4T6058 Sash Buckle, Roman 
g d filled, set with eight turquoise, 
( ht emeralds and two rubies. Very 
^ geous effect. 

rice. SI. 40 

■our cents will carry any buckle to any 

art of the United States of America. 



No. 4T6001 Sash Buckle, very rich 
embossed design, rose gold finisn. set 
with six turqutjise and one large center 
stone, gold fi 1 led. 

Price 50c 

No. 4T6063 Sash Buckle, same as 
above, French gray finish, silver filled. 

Price 75c 



No. 4T60IJ4 Sash Buckle, Koman 
finish, beautifully ornamented, set 
with eight small rubies and two large 
center ones. 

Price »1.10 

Four cents will carry any one of these to 
any part of the United States of America. 



No, 4T60G7 Sash Buckle, very at- 
tractive sash buckle, gold filled, orna- 
mented rose colored gold finish, richly 
embossed latest design. Parisian iir,- 
portation. Price 81.10 

No. 4T6068 Sash Buckle, same as 
above, silver filled, French gray fin- 
ished. Price 81.00 





O.4T6070 

3 rose finish, 
ty-one turq 

I rice 

, O.4T6073 
J ive, silver fi 
1 ed. Price 



Sash Buckle, gold'fln- 

very artistic, set with 
uoise. French design. 

Sl.OO 

Sash Biuckle, same as 

lied, French gray tin- 

90c 



No. 4T6076 Sash Buckle, gold filled, 
richly embossed, rose gold finished, 
set with four rubies, newest design, 
Parisian importation. Price SI. 35 

No. 4T6079 Sash Buckle, same .as 
above, set with four emeralds, silver 
filled, Ii"rench gray finish. Price. SI. 10 



No.4T608a Sash Buckle, gold fill- 
ed, Roman tinisli, set with fourteen 
turquoise, richly embossed, very ar- 
tistic and attractive, French design. 

Price S1.05 



Four cents extra by mail. 



No. 4T6085 Sash Buckle, gold filled 
rose gold finish, new departure, some- 
thing artistic, beavUifully embossed, 
the latest craze. Price 70c 

No. 4T6088 Sash Buckle, same as 
above, silver filled, oxidized. 

Pfice 65c 












0.416091 Sash Buckle, silver filled, rococo 
Vder, French gray finish, attractive design, set 
yh large fancy center stone. Price 65c 



No. 4T6094 Sash Buckle, in black for mourn- 
ing. Price 55c 




b. 4T6101 Sash Buckle, 

I 'isian importation. richly 
crossed, rococo border, 
1 ■ bas relief in center, 
% i filled, rose colored fin- 

i Price 68c 

O.4T6104 Sash Buckle, 
Sie as above, silver filled, 
<: iized. Price 58c 




No. 4T6107 Sash Buckle, 

gold filled, rose gold finish, 
beautifully embossed, 
double dragon design, some- 
thing new. Price 40c 

No. 4T6110 Sash Buckle, 
same as above, silver filled, 
French gray finish. 

Price 40c 




No. 4T6097 Sash Buckle, gold filled, Roman finish, 

set with seventeen rubies, something very attractive, 

one of the latest ideas. Price 60c 

No. 4T61O0 Sash Buckle, same as above, silver 
filled. French gi-ay finisli. Prii-e 50c 





No. 4T61 13 Sash Buckle, 
very latest, dragon effect, 
gold filled, rose colored fin- 
ish, French idea. 

Price 81.00 

No. 4T6116 Sash Buckle, 
same as above, silver tilled, 
oxidized. Price 96c 



>o. 4T6119 Sash Buckle, 

gold plated, Roman colored, 
richly embossed. Price. 40c 

No. 4T6133 Sash Buckle, 
same as above, silver plated, 
French gr.iy tinish. 

Price 40c 



No. 4T6135 Sash Buckle, 

gold plated, fancy emerald. 
Roman finish, set with seven 

amethysts. Price 46c 

No. 4T6138 Sash Buckle, 
silver plated, French gray 
finished. Price 45c 



LADIES' SASH BROOCHES. 




|4T6129 Sash Brooch, gold plated. Each. 60c 
7 



No,4T6130 Sash itrooch, rolled gold 
plated, set with 3 turquoise. Each.. 68c 

IF BY MAIL, POSTAGE EXTRA, FOUR CENTS. 




N0.4T6131 Sash Broocu, roll gold plated, Each.66o 



/ 



^8 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ljZ. 



SOLID GOLD PENS AND PEARL HOLDERS 



MADE UNDER CONTRACT FOR US. THE SPECIFICATIONS ARE CARRIED OUT IN EVERY DETAIL. 



nilR PFN% Ann Uni DFR^ the best on the market. We know what is beet in 
wwn r^n j HWW nwuw^nji a pen and we know what is not. The manufacturer, 
following the exact details of our contract, produces for us. at a price cheaper by 25 per 
cent, pens that are worth 50 per cent more than the best pen sold by others. Pens are 
made first to write with. This is the great idea in making them. Our pens write. They 
will wear. We have them made of solid gold throuff^h and through, heavy and well tem- 
pered. The pointsof every one of them are tipped with genuine iridium (sometimes called 
diamond pointed). Iridium, a very hard metal, being applied at the writing point of a 
pen. gives it a wearing period of practically a lifetime. It costs many more times the 
rice of gold, but a small amount is necessary to tip the points. The pearl sticks, gold 
lied holders and noses are made and selected from tlie best stock to be purcliase<I. 
Buy one of our pens and holders and you will not alone have a pen that will write, but will write well, 
and practically forever. WE WARRANT EACH ONE OF THEM. 



K 



AT to OR 25 CENTS EXTRA WE WILL FURNISI 

A FINE PEN BOX. 




10 cents niorocciiine covereti. 'in cents for a genuine silk plus 
covered, lined with plush, with any pen you select. 




BEST QUALITY SOLID GOLD PEN IN GOLD FILLED AND EBONY DESK HOLDER. 

,„ , „ . No. 1 Pen. No. 2 Pen. No. 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. ."J Pen. No. 6 Pen. No7Ii 

110.416178 10-karat gold Pen with Holder S0.60 $0.65 S0.70 S0.75 S0.90 Sl.OO »l 8 ' 

JJo. 4T6181 16-karat gold Pen with Holder 70 .75 .90 1.00 1.15 1.85 16 




BEST QUALITY SOLID GOLD PEN IN GOLD PLATED AXD EBONY SLIDE HOLDER. 

„ ._„,-, ,„ , ^ ,^„ , , „ ,o No.lPen. No.2Pen. No 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. 5 Pen. 

No. 4T6184 10-karat gold Pen with Holder SO.80 so.86 «0.95 Sl.oo »1.15 

No. 4T6187 16-karat gold Pen with Iloldir 90 .95 1.15 135 i 40 




No. 6 Pen. 


No. 71 


S1.35 


Sl.l 


1.60 


l.f 






BEST QUALITY (iOl.D I'EN 



No. 4T6190 
No. 4T6193 



No. 4T619e 
No. 4T6199 



No. 4T6302 
No. 4T6205 



10-karat gold Pen with Holder.. 
16-karat gold Pen with Holder. 



N <;oLD FILLED 

No. 1 Pen. 
.... B0.76 
.85 




SOLID GOLD PEN IN BEST QUALITY GOLD FILLED AND PLAIN PEARL SLIDE HOLDER. 

No. 1 Pen. No. 2 Pen. No. 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. 5 Pen. 

10-karat gold Pen with Holder Sl.oo Sl.lS »1.30 »1.40 »1.50 

16-karat gold Pen with Holder 1.10 1.35 1.40 1.65 1.75 




AND I'L.VIN PEARL DESK BOLDER. 

No. 2 Pen. No. 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. ."> Pen. No. 6 P. 

80.90 80.95 Sl.lO 81.35 81.5 

1.00 1.15 1.35 1.60 1.8 



No. 6 Pi. 
81.7' 
2.0 



S^S^s:^^::^^^^^ 



SOLID GOLD PEN IN BEST OU-iLlTY GOLD FILLED AND F.VNCY TWIST CUT PEARL DESK HOLDER. 

No. 1 Pen. No. 2 Pen. No. 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. 5 Pen. 

10-karat gold Pen with Holder 80.95 81.10 81.35 81.40 81.60 

16-karat gold Pen with Holder 1.05 1.35 1.45 1.65 1.85 



No. 6 Pi. 
81.81 
2.01 



SOLID GOLD PEN IN BE.ST QU.VLITY GOLD FILLED AND FANCY ONE-H.ALF TWIST CUT PEARL DESK HOLDER. 

No. 1 Pen. No. 2 Pen. No. 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. 5 Pen. No. 6 Pi. 

No. 4T6S08 10-karat gold Pen with Holder 80.95 81.10 81.25 »1.40 81.60 81.8, 

No. 4T63U 16-karat gold Pen with Holder 1.05 1.36 1.45 1.66 1.86 2.0 



No. 4T6214 
No. 4T6317 



No. 4T6220 
No. 4T6333 



SOLID GOLD PEN IN BEST QUALITY GOLD FILLED AND F.'VNCY TWIST CUT PE.ARL DESK HOLDER. 

No. 1 Pen. No. 2 Pen. No. 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. .5 Pen. 

10-karatgoldPen with Holder 81.00 81.15 81.30 81.45 81.66 

16-karat gold Pen with Holder 1.10 1.30 1.60 1.70 1.90 




SOL.ID GOLD PEN IN BEST QUALITY GOLD FILLED AND TWIST PEARL SLIDE HOLDER. 

No. 1 Pen. No. 2 Pen. No. 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. 5 Pen. 

10-karat gold Pen with Holder 81.20 81. 40 81.50 81.60 81.86 

16-karat gold Pen with Holder 1.30 1.60 1.75 1.85 2.10 



No. 6 P.. 
81.8 
2.1 



No. 6 P . 
81.9 
3.8' 



SOLID GOLD PEN IN BEST QUALITY GOLD FILLED AND RUSTIC CUT PEARL DESK HOLDER. 

No. 1 Pen. No. 2 Pen. No. 3 Pen. No. 4 Pen. No. 5 Pen. No. 6 P(. 

N0.4T622G 10-karat gold Pen with Holder 80.95 81.10 81.25 81.40 81.60 81.8t 

N0.4T6229 16-karat gold Pen with Holder 1.05 1.25 1.45 1.65 1.86 2.0, 

No. 4T6230 




DESK SET. 



We gruarant**e all Kuotis sold by us to j^ivci-ntire satisfaction. 
Tou run no risk wliatever. 4.>ur terms are cash uith order. 



Consisting; of Pearl Paper Cntter and Pearl Ha 
died Penholder and Solid Gold 16-K No. 1 Fen 

Cutter and Penholder made to match, ornament' 
with gold filled wire work. 

No. 4T6230 Price, with box complete $2.0 

If by mail, postagre extra, 3 cents; registry or insurance extra. Be sure to Bta 
how much is inclosed for postage* and follow Instructions in front of book 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. Oty 

PAUL E. WIRT FOUNTAIN PENS. 



BEF ORE LISTING A LINE OF FOUNTAIN PENS ->V— i^V■^:?■^■■f.^■!.^.y■.!°- 

pisni of all makes, and have spared no pains to place at tho disposal of our 
i^'ustomers, the fiuest fountain pens luauufactureil. The const turt ion of 
these pens is of sui'h a siuipleand praeticU kind that itis utterly iin|»ossiblo 
for one of them to become out of order, and cause more trouble to the writer 
und destroy more copy than the entire thins is worth, instead, of being a 
L'ouvenienco malting it in reality an absolute inconvenience. 



THE PAUL E. WIRT FOUNTAIN PEN "ta-is at ,.,«., «a.i without a peer. 

Jt IH iiioHt Kiiii|)l(4 and practical In 

couHtruotion as to operation anil beauty of worknaanMhfp. Their popularity 
rests upon the fact that their ink feed device is the most perl'er-t and simplest 
ever discovered. Do not buy inferior imitations, but get the oritrlnal, genuine 
article. They areelegant. siinpl(\ clean and durable; every fountain Is Htted 
with a U-karat solid gold pi*ri. Kach one is warranted by the manufacturers, 
and we guarantee tlieiu to you perHonally to l»e tfie flncHt and luoHt 
practical p4'n inmle. 



I r/l *^ 



? C* 



:^^ 



No. 4Tt>353 Chased case, slip nozzle, medium length, 
Htted with No. '^ tine, meilium or stub gold pen. I'rice. .*1.10 , 

No. 4T6356 Chased case, medium length, regular nozzle, 
fitted with No. 2 fine, medium or stub gold pen. Trice SI. HO 






pen. Price 



.No. 4T(!'4.1!» Tuperca.ie, r(>;uhi]- ^i/.i.-, cliusud, litteii 
with N'p. ;i(in(!,niudiumiir.stul>;.''iM |,t;n. Price.. »1. 98 

No. 4T<iaB3 TapercaHt.clia.^eil, tegular size, gold' 
mounted, fitted with Nn. 3 tine, medium or stub gold 

»a.7o. 



No. 4T6865 Hexagon, regular plain rase, fitted with 
No. 3 fine, medium gold or stub pen. I'rice 1S3.50 , 

No. 4T6a68 Regular hexagon, special size case, fit- 
ted with No. 4 fine, medium or stub gold pen. Price. .S3. 75 

No. 4T6371 Regular he.xagon. special si?e thick I'ase. fitted with No. 5 fine, medium or stub gold pen. Price.. 83.00 




No. 4T6274 Regtilar size case, gold mounted, 
fitted with No. 3 fine, medium or stub gold pen 

I'rice «3.3S 

No. 4T627454 Extra size case, geld mounted, 
8».40. 



No. 4T6375 L.adies' pen, gold mounted, 
fine chased taper case, fitted with No. 3 fine, 
medium or stub gold pen. Price S3. 00 

No. 4T6376 Ladies' pen, full gold tind sil- 
ver mounted, thin taper case, fitted with fin 




size thick case, fitted witli No. 4 tine, medium or ,~,tuit u't'ld pen. Ttit 
No, 4T6383 Hexagon case, gold mounted, e.xtra special size thick 



^^waWffW^JiSfttrimmcd, fitted with No. 3 fine, medium or stub gold 

■M mimi iiiijf I'"" Price 83.0» 

No. 4T6380 Hexagon case, gold mounted, special 

•use. fitted with No. 5 fine, medium or stub gold pen. Price....... 4!oo 



SOLID COLD, COLD FILLED and STERLINC SILVER PENS, PENCILS, HOLDERS and PICKS 




No. 4T6386 Solid Sterling ^^llver Holder, tje.aiiiiviily olia.sed and lapered, very pretty and stylish. Price lifil.is 




Gold Filled and Ebony Telescopic Holder, with best quality iridium pointed Pens. 
No. 4T6390 10-karat Pen with Holder, No. 3 Pen, 80.95; No. 4 Pen, 81.00; No. 5 Pen, 81. 3<); No. 6 Pen, 81.40; No. 7 Pen, 81.55. 

N0.4T6391 16-kar;iM'eR with Holder. No. 3 Pen. 1.15; No. 4 Pen, 1.25; No. 5 Pen, 1.45; No. 6 Pen, 1.65;No.7Pen 1.85. 




No. 4T6393 Gold Filled, Improved Telescopic Pen Holder and Combined Screw Fencii. When it is desired to use the pencil the pen can 
be slid back Into the holder by means of a band on the outside, and the pencil can be brought into position. 

16-karat Pen with Holder. No. 3 Pen, 81.70; No. 4 Pen, 81.95: No. 5 I'en. 83.10; No. 6 Pen. 82.45. 



No. 4T6295 Fine Gold Filled, Fancy Chased Toothpick and Ear 
Spoon. Price 81.25 

Nos. 4T6396 and 4T6398 are made of fine gold filled throughout, and 
are exceptional value for the money. The Pick and Ear i~poon can be 
drawn inside of the ease when not in use. 



No. 4T6298 Fine Gold Filled. Fancy Chased, 
Cut Stone Head Toothpick. Price 85c 



No. 4T6298 




DESK SET. 

No.4T630a Desk Set, consist- 
ing of pearl pen, pencil and plusb 
covered and lined box. Pen is 
solid gold, 16-karat, No. 1 size; 
pencil is pearl with gold filled 
trimmings. 

Price, for complete set, 

$2.50 

If by mall, postage 4 cents. 
Keglstry extra. 



GOLD PENS REPOINTED IZl^Z-^l^Z'tJi 

cliarg^es. 



LONG NIBS. 



5.1, 

J.2, 



nest Quality Solid Gold Pens. 

No. 4X6301 LONG NIBS. 

16-karat 

80.45 

.50 

.65 

.75 

.90 

1.00 

1.20 

1.45 



).5, 

').e, 

>.7, 

'). 8, 




10-karat 
80.35 
.40 
.45 
.50 
.65 
.75 
.00 
1.10 
fo. 4T6305 STUB. 
>. 4, Not made 80.75 
>. S, Not made .90 

1.6, Not made l.OO 

). 7, Not made 1.20 

If by mall, postage extra, on Fountain Pens, Holders and Picks, 3 cents; 
'eglstry or Insurance extra. 




STUBS. 




If Jewelry In returned for exchangee, or any other reason, b« 6ure to 
follow lu8tructions in front part of this book. 



lOO SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



OUR SILVERWARE DEPARTMENT. 



THE GROWTH OF OUR SILVERWARE DEPARTMENT 
HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL. 

THE REASONS •*' silverware is sold on honor and confidence, we have 
*"^ nuHJVmi only carried such makes as we know to be of such honest 
materia! and workmanship that there couid be no question as to its wearing 
abiiity. When we sold an item we knew that it was going to give entire satis- 
faction In every particular, 

THE MAKES OF THE GOODS WE OFFER: OUR SEARS, ROEBUCK &CO.'S FLATWARE, 
are made under special contract. A full description and prices quoted on 
page 103. 



THEC. ROGERS' SILVERWARE. Ask your Jeweler or any other authority and 
he wUl tell you that there is none better. Whiie it is a fact that there are a great 
many fake Kogers' brand of flat ware on tlie market and unscrupulous concerns 
oflFer them as the original and only Rogers' goods, playing: upon the ignorance 
of the people, we stake our reputation on the goods of this brand we quote and 
offer you. so do not bo misled by tliese fakirs and tlieir trash silverware 

TH E 1847 ROGERS BROTH ERS' FLAT WAR E. There can be no question as to the 
make of these goods. They are known from one end of the world to the othes 

THE W. F. ROGERS. Manufactured by the C. Rogers, a new brand that 
they are putting on the market. We give our unqualified guarantee as to the 
merits of these good s, considering tlie price. 



lUail Cliarges on Knives and Forks, About 36 Cents Per Dozen. 
Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s Special Brand 12 
^dwt. Knives and Forks. 



iSERBS ROEPUCK h CO 
|r£i 7^ 12 [IWT. 



W. F. Rogers' 12-dwt. Knives and Forks. 




No. STi>36'j Aledium Shell Pattern Knives. 

Price, prrdozen 82.75 

No. 5T0fi63 Medium Forks to match. Price, 
per dozen 8.75 




No. STH-T 64 Medlnm Plain Pattern Knives. 

Price, |>ir dozen 88.60 

No. 5Tti5ti6 Medium Forks to match. Price, 



per du 



:.60 



C. Rogers & Rros'. 12-dwt. Knives and Forks. 



No. 6T6,'>Ha Medium Knives, plain. Per dozen, 83.45 
No. 6T6583 Medium Forks, plain. Per dozen, 3.45 




No. 5T6.'>84 Medium Knives, shell. Per dozen. .82. 55 
No. 6T6585 Medium Forks, sliell. Per dozen.. 3.55 

Rogers'. 1847 Brand 12-dwt. Knives and 
Forks. 




No. .".T.-llili .ll.ilium Knives, plain. Per dozen.. S.3.00 

No. STtJotn J>le<tium I'orks, plain. Per dozen.. 3.00 

No 5T'ir>iiS Dessert Knives, plain. Per dozen.. 2.90 

No. 5T<l"'<i9 Ix-KMi-t Fi>r';s, plain. PetdnzcM.. 3.0O 




No. (^TUnTO Meilliim Kntves.shell. Per dozen.. 83.1 o 

No. 5T(;.'>71 Medium Forks, shell. Per dozen.. 3.10 

No. STIi.^'S Dessert Knives, shell. Per dozen.. 3.00 

No. 5TCr>73 Dessert Forks, shell. Per dozen.. 3.00 




Medium Knives, fancy. Perdozcn, 83.10 
Medium Forks, fancy. Per dozen, 3.10 
Dessert Knives, fancy. Per dozen, 3.oo 
Dessert Forks, fancy. Perdozcn. 3.00 

£ 




No. .5X6586 flledium Knives, plain. I'cr dozen, 83.35 

No. 5T6587 Medium Forks, plain. Per dozen, 3.35 
No. 5T6588 3-Fiece Carving .Set, sam* style. 

Perset 3.15 

No. 5T6589 Dessert Knives, i)lain. Per dozen.. 3.15 

Ncj. 5T<i5i)0 Dessert Forks, plain. Per dozen.. 3.15 

No.5Tti591 Fruit Knives, same style. Per doz. 2.35 



1847 
RQCtRS BRO^ 



Hbjj^ 



No. flT65!)3 Medlnm Knives, shell. Per dozen, 83.35 

No. 5T6.">!)3 Medium Forks, shell. Per dozen, 3.35 
No. 6T6594 3-Plece Carving Set, same style. 

Per set 3.35 

No. 5T6595 Dessert Knives, shell. Per dozen.. 3.35 

No. 5T65!)6 Dessert Forks, sliell. I'er dozen.. 3.35 

No. 5T6597 Fruit Knives, same stylo. Per doz. 3.35 

Seroco 8-dwt. Knives and Forks. 



No. r>Tt;.">^« 
No. 5T65 7 
No. 5T65S0 
No. 5T6581 



Medium Knives, beaded. Per doz. .83.10 
Medium Forks, beaded. Per doz.. 3.10 
Dessert Knives, beaded. Per doz.. 3.00 
Dessert Forks, beaded. Per doz.. 3.00 



SEROCO 
WARBftNTEC 




No. 5T6508 Plain Medium Knives. Per dozen, 82.00 
No. 5T6 >!»» Plain Medium Forks. Per dozen, 2.00 





Sterling Plate Knife and Fork Sot. 

No. 5T6608 
Plain pat- 
tern, regular 
si/e. sterling 
«-chvt. silver 
to the dozen, 
knife and 
fork set; 
e .\ c e 1 1 e n t 
-^-^_.>^.^__^-^»^^__^ value- 
Price for complete set 81.3S 

No. 5Tl>608i^ As above, 4 dwt. silver to tlie 
dozen. Price 81.83 

Beautiful Child's Set for 25 Cents. 

No. 5T6619 
Child's Set, three 
pieces, silverplat- 

ed. Price 35c 

Postage e.vtra, 13 
cents. 



THE ADELL SILVERWARE 
IS A NEW PRODUCTION. 

THIS W.4RE Is made of 
10 per cent nickel, then 
"leavlly plated with pure 

silver. 

WE CAN RECOMIHEND IT TO 
YOU AS A WARE THAT WILL 
GIVE SATISFACTION CON- 
SIDERING THE PRICE. 

No. 6T6609 Aden Tea 

Spoons. Per set of si.x. ..46o 
No. 5T6610 Adell Table 

Spoons. Persetofsi.v 93o 

No. 6T0611 Adell Medium 

Forks. I'er set of six 93c 

No. 5T66I2 Adell Dessert 

S .^ons. Persetofsi.\ 87c 

.\o. 5T6613 Adell Dessert 

Forks. Per set of six 87o 

No. 6T6614 Adell Butter 

Knife. Kacll 18o 

No. 6T6615 Adell Sugar 

ADj:!,!, FAiiKliS. Shell. Each 14c 

.ho'^t^VTo'pTt N'o-r.-reeie Adell llerr, 

a Tea Spoon exact Spoon, in box 48c 

size. 




A Rare Bargain. 

Complete Silver Plated Carving Set for S2.90. 




If by mail, p<»stage e.vtra. 35 cents. 



-No. 5T6600 
Clit ving Set, 

three pieces, 

etched h a u - 

dies. 

Price.. S2.90 

No. 6Tti601 

Carving .Set, 

t li ree pieties, 

plain handles. 

Price.. 83.50 



Our 20-Cent Set of Nut Picks and Cracker. 

No. 6T6603 Nut Set 

silver plated, six picks 
and one craciier. 

Price 30c 

No. 5T6603 .Same as 
above, nickel plated. 

Price 30c 

No. 5T6604 Nut Set. 
silver plated, six picks 
oiiXy. 

Price 15c 

No. 5T6605 Same as 
above, uiclcel plated. 

Price I 2c 

If by mail, postage 
extra, 30 cents. 



Butter Knife and Sugar 
Shell. 

In Handsome Box Complete 

for 30 Cents. 
No. 5T6617 Victoria pat- 
tern, very tasty. 

Price, per set 30c 

If by mall, postage extra, 
10 cents. 





Our $1.95 Knife and Fork Set. 




No. 6T6606 
Set of six each 
Faucy Kiiive§ 
and Forks, 

engraved 
handles. Both 
iht; knives and 
forksaremade 
of solid steel 
and finished in 
a very tlior- 
oug:h manner. 

i'rice. per 
set 81.96 

If by mail, 
postage ex- 
tra. 35 cents. 



Our $1.26 Silver Plated Knife and Fork Set. 



No. 6T6607 
Victoria Pat- 
tern, Knife 
and Fork Set. 
the knives are 
plain handles, 
but the forks 
are engraved 
like the V^ic- 
toria tea 
spoon ; six 
knives andsix 
fnrks in box, 
fomplete. 



IVire »1.26 




Tf hv mnil. T^oAtncTP extra. 35 centSr 




Child's 



Our 40-Cent 
Set. 



No. 5T6618 Richmond 
ChUrl's Set, three pieces. 

Price, per set 40o 

If by mall, postage extra* 
12 cents. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. lOl 



4LAdKA 5%ll VFPU^ APF-A NEW DISCOVERY 



HE CHEAPEST AND BEST FLAT WARE MADE 



The Alaska Bllver- 

^ ■ware is not plated, 

at Is the saiue 8oUd metal through au»l through, and will hold the samo 
)lor as long as there is any portion of the goods left. Do not be deceived 



a any dealer who undertakes to sell you any of the numerous imitations uf 
lis ware, that are sold on the market for more money than we ask for the 
^nuiiu- The genuine Al;iKka Silv«'rvvare <'aii he ha<i only of us. 

EFOBE TAKING HOLD OF THIS NEW DISCOVERY Vnl'ula^n" 



.— ....^ ^_ _.... .■_.»KLA. ■■«».. ^_,_ri noth- 

_ to 

lorouglily investigate tiie properties of this luetal, and to test the same in 
fery conreivalile manner, to satisfy ourselves thatit was all that it was 
spresentud to he. After having made all sorts of experiments, and it stood 
11 tests, we made a contract with the factory to handle the goods. It has now 
)en about two years since we began to handle this line, and it has not only 
roved from experiment to be as represented, but with two years of actual 
JTvice in the hands of many thousands of our customers, who send us the 



most flattering recommendations in praise of these goods, and with tbera{>ldly 

increasing sales, we feel that we cannot recommend it too highly. 

THE METAL IS VERY DENSE AND TOUGH. iren='u'ifrs..^vlr'{'i£^e«': 

beaut if lil ix)Iisli ami rt-ijuiri'^ no c.-Ln-. .iMiin-s-,!! vt-r plat-edware. You can BCrapd 
kettles or pots, or subjfrt il \<> any kind of s-Tvir.- withntit, fi-:ir of damage. 

WE HAVE THIS YEAR ADDED A BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVED p^^,',^ 

equal in anpt-arance and artistic tinish to any of the best silver plated or solid 
sliver goods on tlie market. The engravings are as tine as can be made, th* 
handles of an oval shape, and will bo furnished atonly a slight advance over 
the prices of the plain pattern. Tlie immense quantities of these goods we 
handle, and the condition of our con I ract dire<'t witli t he facl^)ry, puts us In a 
position to furnish this genuine AlusUa Silverware at a slight advance 0T6i 
cost to m-iuufacture. 



Hereafter all these Goods, except the Knives, will be Stamped 
'Sears, Roebuck &. Co.'s 

Alaska Silverware." 




Fancy Engraved Table Spoon. 




^PFPIAI nrPFR* ^ complete set of 26 pieces, conniHting of 6 knives, 6 
wrCUIHL Urrbfli forks, table Hpoons, 6 tea spoons, 1 bugar sheil and 1 

butter knife. Plain tipped pattern, all in a beautiful lined plm^h case |i 

for$4,50. Fancy engraved puttcrii. $4.77. 




; teaspoons, 6^ inches; dessert spoons, 7>4 inches; table spoons. BH inches; dessert forks, ? 
8 inches; medium knives, 9 inches; sugar shells, 5?i inches; butter knives, i inches. 



OUR SPECIAL PRICES. 

Any of these goods can be sent by mail on receipt of price and additional amoimt named to pay postage. 



». 6T663S 
>. 5T66a6 
>. 5T6«i.!7 
>. 5T66'^K 
>. ST663H 
>. 5T6630 
). 5T6631 
>. 8T6fi:!3 
•. 5T66.t3 
>. 5T66.i4 



, so.ni 

.51 

.85 

i.oa 

1.03 
.85 
93 

1.00 
.15 
.15 



No. 5T0fi40 
No. 5T6641 
No. 6T6643 
No. oT6643 
No. 5T6644 
No. 5T0645 
No. ST6646 
No. 5T6647 



Fancy engraved pattern like all but the fork above 



Coffee Spoons set of H dozen, 80.80 



Teas 



dozen, 



1 Spoons set of H 

Dessert Spcxins set of H dozen, 

Table Spoons set of % dozen, 

Medium Forks (regular size) set of H dozen. 

Dessert Forks set of H dozen, 

Sugar Shells each, 

„^ Butter Ivnives '^'i'^",'^ ^ 

Postage on the above goods, it to go by mail, will be extra per half dozen 

as follows: On coffee spoons, 5 cents; teaspoons,6 cents; dessertspoons or 

■ ■ " cents each. It is cheaper to senc 

You run no 



.90 
1.19 
I.IS 

.99 

le 

16 



Plain tipped pattern like fork above. 

Coffee Spoons set of K dozen, 

Ti;:i Spoons set of H dozen, 

Di'ssrrt Spoons set of '/, dozen, 

'I'abli; Spoons set of H dozen, 

Medium Forks (regular size) set of H dozen, 

Dessert Forks set of Vs dozen, 

Plain Handle Dessert Knives set of ^i dozen. 

Plain Handle Medium Knives set of Yi dozen. 

Sugar Shells each. 

Butter Knives..- each. 

ks, 12 cunts; table spoons or medium forks, 15 cents; dessert or medium knives. IScents; and sug-ar shells or butter knives, 
6m by express, if you have an e.xpress ofKce near by. 

The standard of quality and tinish of the above goods are guaranteed by the manufacturer to us, and wo guarantee them to our customers. j^a 

■k whatever in purchasing this ware, for if you do not find them to be exactly as represented, they can be returned to us and your money will be relunoeo, 
I sure to state catalogue number and pattern wanted when you order. 

REMEMBER WE SEND WITH THIS SET A BEAUTIFUL PLUSH COVERED SILK LINED CASE TO HOLD IT. 



/ 



ioa SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supp ly House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 

OUR SPECIAL BRAND AND C ROGERS A BROS.' 

FINE SILVER PLATED WARE. 



A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. IT WILL PAY YOU A LARGE PER CENT OF PROFIT TO INVESTIGATE AND COMPARE PRICES. 




HANDSOME 
HEW DESIGN 

POSTAGE on 

goods illustrated 
and quoted on 
ihis page will be 
fcxtra per half 
dozen as follows: 

On coffee spoons, 5 cents; tea 

spoons, 6 cents; dessert spoons or forks, 12 cents; table spoons, 15 cents; sugar shells or 
butter knives, 2 cents each. It is cheaper to send them by express, if you have an express 
oflQce near by, when buying quantities. 

Tipped 

Pattern 

per doz. 



..THE.. 

WELL KNOWN 
SILVERWARE 



No. 6T6660 Teaspoons Al plate S2.00 

N0.5T6661 Teaspoons Triple plale.... 2.83 



No. 5T66G3 Dessertspoons. Al plate 

No. 5T*Jt>G4 Dessert Spoons. Triple plate. 



No. BTOefiG Tablespoons.. 
No. 5Tt>l>ti7 Tablespoons.. 



A I plate 

Triple plate. 



No. 5Tfi<>68 Dessert Forks. Al plate 

No. GT<»*369 Dessert Forks. .Triple plate... 

No. 6TB670 Medium Forks. Al plate 

No. 5T6671 Medium Forks.Triple plate... 



3.54 
4.70 

4.00 
6.64 

3.54 
4.70 

4.00 
6.64 



Shell 
Pattern 

Per doz. 
S2.00 
2.83 

3.54 
4.70 

4.00 
6.64 

3.64 
4.70 

4.0O 
6.64 



No. 5T6673 Coffee Spoons. Al plate, in boxes, not made 2.13 

No. BT6074 Oyster Forks. Al plate, in bo.xes, 2.74 2.74 

Each Each 

No. 6T6676 Berry Spoons. .Al plate, in bo.xes, .85 .85 

N0.8T6678 Sugar SlieUs....Al plate, in boxes, .35 .35 

No. 5T6680 Butter Knives. Al plate, in boxes. .43 .42 

No. 6T6683 Cream Ladles.. Al plate, in boxes. .47 .47 

NO.6T0684 Gravy Ladles. ..Al plate, in boxes. .60 .60 



Milton 
Pattern 

Per iluz, 

S3.24 

3.06 

4.00 
6.18 

4.48 
6.10 

4.00 
5.18 

4.48 
6.10 

2.30 

2.95 

Each 

.94 

.38 

.43 

.67 

.73 




Victor 
Pattern 

Per doz. 

S2.34 

3.05 

4.00 
6.18 

4.48 
6.10 

4.00 
6.18 



Shell 
Pattern. 



Clyde 
Pattern. 



Victor 
Pattern. 



SPECIAL HIGH GRADE TRIPLE SILVER PLATED TABLEWARE 



WE OFFER 
these goods 
to ovircuato- 
mers with every 
assurance that 
they will give 
•at U faction. 




THESE AR] 
high gradi 
r e 1 i a b 1 

goodB, aod CD 
prices are mac 
below what I 
usually asked fc 
equal grades. 



IN ORDER THAT WE MAY GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS such value in strictly 

.-..^___^_^_— — ^^— ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^— ^— high grade silverware 
as they could not possibly get elsewhere, we have had made by one of the 
largest and most reliable silverware manufacturers in America, an immense 
quantity of strictly high ^rade triple plated silver knives, forks and spoons. 
TMP Qll VPRWARF '® made after our speclticatlons and each piece con- 
Itic aiLVcnwftnc tains a larjior amount of silver than is used on any other 
standard plated ware on the market. 

THE DISPOSITION OF MANUFACTURERS ^^^d's^^nd*y:J^ho?d"t"a't\''higler 
price, and in order tliat our customers might have the very best, we have 
gotten these goods out under our own specifications; we know just the amount 
of silver that goes on every piece, we Know we are perfectly safe in issuing a 
binding guarantee and we are able to make the price based on the actual 
costof material and labor, with but our one small percentage of profit added, 
which will mean a great saving to our customers. 

IF YOU BUY OUR SPECIAL BRAND WARE IZt^^ZS:^ I'^l 'J.n'y.''Thf sn^er 
that ^oes into the plating of these goods is jVoo tine and is the highest grade 
used in silverware. 

DIFFERENT FROM ALMOST ALL OTHER SILVERWARE, m^dl by Tmano! 
f»ctorer of long experience in the manufacture of gold filled watch cases and 
Is made on the same principle as gold filled watch cases are made, and while we 
term it silver triple plated it is really silver filled. It is made from two 
heavy plates of coin silver over a base of hard metal, and is a goods there is 
practically no wear out to. 

uic Anuicc vnil DV Al I ucxuc '" ordering tableware to select our own 
Wt ADVIbb TUU BT ALL WtAHia gpecial grade. You get infinitely more 
value for your money than you can in any other grade made. In advertising 
the other known grades of silverware we are compelled to pay the manufac- 
turer a large profit and of course we in turn must fret from you the cost to us 
with our one small profit added, which compels us to ask 50 per cent more for 
other grades Inferior to our own. 

OUR FIRST CONTRACT WITH THE MANUFACTURER '"as made'nlariy f?ear 
ago. and the enormous sale we have had the past season has warranted us in 
making preparation for a much larger supply the coming season, and in doing 
this we have been .able to reduce the cost of production and we give you the 
benefltof this great reduction in the prices we quote you in this catalogue, 
Wblch are much lower than we were able to quote last season. 



THE SECURITY WE OFFER YOU. 



If yon flndafterex- 

amlnatlon these 

goods are not as described and warranted, you are at liberty 
to return them and we will cheerfully refund your money. 

This is the great value page of our silverware department. 
We expect more advertising from this page than any other page i 
In our jewelry department. We are giving such values in these i 
goods as has never before been attempted ; we know every cus- | 
tomer who receives any of our special brand silverware will be 
so well pleased with It that he will recommend our house to his ' 
friends and we will receive more orders from his neighborhood. 



OUR BINDING GUARANTEE. 



We guarantee every piece of 
our special brand silverware 

to be the highest grade silverware on the market, regardless of 
price ; we guarantee it to outwear any other silver plated wear 
on the market, and we hold ourselves In readiness to make 
good with new any silverware that proves defective by reason 
of material or workmanship. 



OUR SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES. 



At SI. 75 per dozen we fur- 
nish tea spoons superior to 
anything you can buy elsewhere at double the price; at S3.10 
we quote dessert spoons superior to anything you can buy 
elsewhere for$o.OO; for *3. 45 we furnish tablespoons superior 
to anything you can buy elsewhere for $6.00. 



No. 5T6687 Tea Spoons Extra Plate 

No. 5T6689 Tea Spoons Triple Plate 

No. 5T6690 Dessert Spoons.... E.xtra Plate 

No. 5T6691 Dessert Spoons. ...Triple Plate 

No. 5T6692 Table Spoons Extra Plate 

No. 5T6693 Table Spoons Triple Plate 

No. 5T6694 Medium Forks Extra Plate 

No. 5T6G95 Medium Forks Triple Plate 

No. ST6696 Dessert Forks Extra Plate 

No. 5T6697 Dessert Forks Triple Plate 

No. 6T6698 Sugar Shell Extra Plate, each 

No. 6T6699 Butter Knives Triple Plate 



Tipped 


Glasgow 




<^% 




Pattern 


Pattern 


= 1 




Per doz. 


Per ioz. 


'-M 




SI. 75 


81.86 








2.40 


8.56 








3.10 


3.46 




^^ 




4.00 


4.60 








3.46 


4.00 








4.80 


6.16 








3.46 


3.76 








4.80 


6.15 








3.10 


3.45 




4.00 


4.60 


Tipped 


.30 


.36 


Pattern. 


.36 


.40 









M 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply Ho use on Earth , Chicag o. CATALOGUE No. 112. 103 

ROGERS & BROS.' FINE SILVER PLATEdIvArI. in silk lined boxes. 





No. 5T6^1'' Windsor Carving: Set, t-luiieii haiidies. 

rice, per set S3.00 

NO.5T6730 Plain Carving Set, same as above. 

rice.perset S3.75 



No. 5T67a-J Win. N,,r Fruit Sot. six fruit knives 
and six nut piclis. it.-li. .1 liunillrs. Price 83.50 







No. 5Te"38 Regent Orange Set, pearl No.6T6730 Regent Berry Set.six 

No. 5T6734 Keetnt Cliild's Set. NO.6T0730 Keceiit iiullvidiial Butter handled knife. Price, per set 81.60 forks and one spoon. Price. .83.75 

rice.perset 98c Spreaders, set of si.\. I'lirf !!«3.13 _______ -„•■». ...»«....«...<« »,_ j *,, -i^<vc 

*^ *^ DnCTARF FVTRA AC Ffll I HWC when goodsare sent by mail: Coilee Spoons 

cents: S;ilad .Sets, 6 cents; Fruit Sets, 25 cents; Butter Spreaders, per set, 7 
cents; Orange Sets. O cents; ('iiil<l's Sets, 7 cents: Jelly Servers, Berry Spoons, 
C';ti<e Servers, (.Jnivy Liidles, Ktc, 5 to 6 cents. 





No. 5T6733 Regent Coffee Spoons, 
itofslx. Price 81.50 



No. r.T<;734 Regent CoffeeSet, six 

spoons :iik1 ciiif p.iir sug-ar tonps. set 
complete. Price 83.13 




No. .■)TI17.T0 Regent Salad Set, 

fork and spoon. Price 8S.S6 



No. 5Tfi73« Victor Suear Sin 11 and 
Butter Knife, gilt bowl. I', i s. t Sl.OO 





u^tlf^i^'c"- ^ '<■*';■• ^'ra^T Ladle, No.5T6743 Victor Jelly Server, pilt No. 5TG714 Regent Berry Spoon, 
Itbowk Price, each 85c bowl. Price, ea<^h SlToo gilt bowl. Price, each ...81.35 

No. 5T6743 Victor Jelly Server, No. 5T6745 Regent Beinry Spoon, 
plain bowl. plain bowl, t'rice, each 81. lo 

Price, each 8Sc 




No. 5T07.10 Hecenl < ake s,.r\.r. 

gilt bowl. Price, each SI. 54 

No. 5T6747 Regent Cake Server, 
plain bowl. Price, each 81.16 



No. 6T6748 Newton Pattern Child's Set, 

sari handled knife, three pieces in set. 
Price, per set 81.65 



Meat 

...88c 





No. 5T6750 Newton Pattern Cold 
Tver, ^old tines. Price, eac-li 



No. 5T0753 Newton Pattern Three-Plece 
Set, consisting of sugar shell, cream ladle and 
butter knife, gold bowls and blade. 

Price, per set 83.30 




No 5Tb754 Newton Pattern Combination 

Three-Plece Set, berry spoon, jelly server and 
cold meat server, gold bowls and blades. 
Price, per set 83. 3.'! 



No. 6T6766 Newton Pattern Pie 
nlfe, gilt blade. Price, each .... 81.50 



No. 5T6J5J Milton Pattern Berry 
Spoon, gilt bowl. Price, eiicli.. .81.35 



No. 5T6758 Nentou Pattern 
Butter Knife, <;ilt blade. 

Price e-icli fi5c 




No. 5T6763 Newton Pattern 

igar Shell, gilt bowl. 

Price, each 5Gc 






No. 6T6765 Newlon I'attern 
Sugar Tongs. Price, each 70c 




No. r»Tti "- *i*» N e wton Pattern Gravy 
Ladle, gilt bowl. Price, each. .81.00 



No. 5T6767 Ne" ton I'attem 
Orange Spoons. Price, per set 
of six 81.36 





No. BT6768 Regent Pattern Sonp 

»dle, large size. Price, each 81.96 

No. 6Te76B As aboTe, medium size, 
rice, each 81 .80 



No. 5T6770 I.iirge Cold Meat Fork, gilt 
tines, Milton pattern. 
Price, each 80o 



No. oT6773 Newton Pattern Berry 
Spoon, hand engraved, gilt bowl. 
Price, each 81 .60 



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104 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.. Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 



WE HANDLE A 
COMPLETE LINE Or 



ROGERS BROTHERS' 1847 GOODS 



BUT OUR SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT US TO LIST MORE THAN A PORTION OF THE SAME. WE, HOWEVER, HAVE REPRESENTED ONE OF EACH STYLE ( 
NEARLY ALL THE STYLES IN WHICH THESE GOODS ARE MADE, WHICH INCLUDES THE VERY LATEST AND BEST PATTERN! 

We ll8t the {roods In two grades, namely, what Is known as the Al plate and the triple plate; the latter of which U tl 
better of the two. Bear in mind that the i^uods which we quote and describe are exactly as represented. We do not substltu 
other make of goods, as many unscrupulous tirms do. 




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THESE GOODS HAVE A REPUTATION THE 
COUNTRY OVER FOR QUALITY AND DURA- 
Bl LITY -^^^ 



YOU WILL FIND THE GENUINE AND CELE- 
BRATED ROGERS BROS.' 1847 SILVERWARE 
IN THE FINEST HOMES EVERYWHERE. 



PRICES PER DOZEN. Tippc-a 

N0.5T6792 Tea Spoons. J Al Plate «a.a9 

No.r>T6793 Teaspoons. / Triple Plate 3.«4 

N0.5T6794 Dessert Spunns. ( Al Plate 4.05 

No. 510195 Dessert Spoons. / Triple Plate 5.40 

N0.5T6796 Dessert Forks, l Al Plate 4.05 

Ni>.5T6797 Dessert Forks. I Triple Plate 5.40 

No.r.T«798 Tablespoons. ( Al Plate 4.59 

No. 5T«J799 Tablespoons. ( Triple Plate O-** 

No.STBSOO Medium F'orks. \ Al Plate 4.59 

No. 5T6801 Medium Forks. '( Triple Plate 6-48 

NO.5T6803 CoB'ee Spoons. Al I'late not made 

N0.6T6804 SugarShells. AlPlateonly. Price, each .-36 

NO.5T6806 ButterKnlfe. AlPlateonly. Price, each .45 



No. BT6792 The New 
Aron Pattern. This pict- 
ure shows the exactsize of 
the tea spoons on this pape. 
balance of pieces are in 
proportion. 




Shell 


Aron 


t'olumbia 


Berkshire 


Loti 


S2.29 


S2.56 


«2.56 


»2.56 


«2.l 


3.24 


3.51 


3.51 


3.51 


3.t 


4.05 


4.59 


4.59 


4.59 


4.1 


5.40 


5.94 


5.94 


6.04 


S.( 


4.05 


4.59 


4.59 


4.59 


4.< 


5.40 


5.94 


5.94 


5.94 


6.( 


4.59 


5.13 


5.13 


5.13 


6.1 


6.48 


7.02 


7.02 


7.02 


7.( 


4.59 


5.13 


5.13 


5.13 


6.1 


6.48 


7.02 


7.02 


7.02 


7.< 


2.43 


2.54 


2.54 


2.54 


2.1 


.36 


.40 


.40 


.40 


.4 


.45 


.48 


.48 


.48 


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No. 6T6808 Portland Jelly Knife, in lined box. Each.. .82c 
If by mall, postage extra, 3 cents. 



NO.5T6810 Savoy Long Pickle Fork, In lined box. Each, 6( 
If by mail, postage extra, 3 cents. 




No. 6T68S4 Rogers Bros.' 1847 Fruit Knives, 
beaded handle, set of six in box. Price 81. 40 





No. 6T6863 RoRers Bros.' 1847 Iterry Spoon. 

Berkshire, gilt bowl. I'rice. each 91.50 

Aron or Lotus pattern same price. 




N0.5T6846 Koeers Bros.' 1847 Berkshire Gravy 
Ladle, in box. Price, each 82c 

No. 5T6848 Rogers Bros.' 1847 Berkshire 
Oyster Ladle, in box. Price, each B1.76 

No. 5T6850 Rogers Bros.' 1847 Berkshire Med- 
ium Soup Ladle, in box. Price, each »2.10 

No. 5T6852 Rogers Bros.' 1847 Berkshire Large 
Soup Ladle, in box. Price, each »2.40 

Same price as above in Aron, Columbia or Lotus 
style. 



Tfe. 8T6858 Rogere Bros.' 1847 Aft«r Dinner 
Coffee Spoons, Lotus pattern, per set of 6 in box. 

Price 81.45 Same price as above in Aron, Columbia or Lotus No. 6T6864 Rogers Bros.' 1847 Child's Set 

Can furnish in all other patterns at same price. style. Columbia pattern. Price, per set 81. 3< 

Postage extra, as follows: When goods are to go by mail. Coffee Spoons. B cents; Tea Spoons, 6 cents; Dessert Spoons or Forks, 12 cents; Table Spooni 
or Medium Forks, 15 cents; Berry Spoons, 8 cents; Gravy Ladle, lO cents; Meat Fork, 10 cents. 




No. 6X6856 Rogers Bros'. 1847 CombinstM 
Sugar Shell and Batter Knife Set, In box, Berli 
shire pattern. Price, per set 81.0' 

.Same price as above in Aron, Columbia or Xx>t1] 
style./ 




No. 5T6860 Rogers Bros.' 1847 Cold Meat Fori 

in box, Berkshire pattern. Price, each 80.7; 

N0.5T6861 GiltTlnes l.Ol 

Aron or Lotus pattern same price 




SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 105 

SOLID STERLING SILVER FLATWARET 



THE WEIGHTS ON STERLING SILVERWARE. J^tt^^-Jr^:^-^::::i 

heavy weights that you caunot wear them out. You can will tliuiii to ycmr clilldruii. 
They can be used for generations. Our prices have been reduced oa sterlings silver- 
ware. We ask you to compare our prices with the prices on as heavy a goods and as 
beautiful designs as we offer with anytjody else. WE BAR NONE. AH the fancy 
pieces have gilt bowls and are beautifully ornamented throughout. Each one comes in a 
separate box. You need not buy an extra box to put our fancy sterlluf; silver flatware 
pieces in when you make a presentation. Each piece of sterling silverware we sell is 
stamped "Sterling .Silver." Remember, in our entire silverware di'iiartnu-nt you are 
getting merchandise manufactured only by representative makers. K:u-h omu is a stand- 
ard for quality. Each maker guarantees the merchandise he makes, .uid we in turn give 
our unqualified guarantee and verify every statement made regarding this merchandise. 



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OUR TERMS ARE LIBERAL, ^^^af^^ta^i 

chances with an. Order any piece of .silverware 
you deslri', and if after you receive it you find 
it in any way, shape or manner different from 
what we have described and said for it, return 
it to us by mail or express, we will pay the 
expense for the returning, tlie expense of 
shipping, together with what you paid for 
the article. YOU ABSOLUTELY WIU. 
NOT BK ONE CENT OUT. 




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No. ST6903 
VENUS PATTERN. 

Tea Spoons, 6 
ounces to the dozen. 

Table Spoons, 18 
ounces to the dozen. 

Medium Forks, 17 
ounces to the dozen. 

Dessert Forks, 15 
ounces to the dozen. 

Dessert Spoons, 15 
ounces to the dozen. 



No. ST6903 
CAMBRIDGE PATTERN. 

Tea Sptions, 8 ounces to 
the dozen. 

Table Spoons, 18 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Medium Forks, 17 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Dessert Forks, 15 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Dessert Spoons, 15 ounces 
to the dozen. 



No. 5T6903 
KENILWORTH PATTERN. 

Tea Spoons, 8 ounces to 
the dozen. 

Table Spoons, 18 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Medium Forks, 17 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Dessert Forks, 15 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Dessert Spoons, 15 ounces 
to the dozen. 



No. 5T6903 
LITCHFIELD PATTERN. 

Tea Spoons, 6,'-4 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Table Spoons, 30K ounces 
to the dozen. 

Medium Forks, 20H 
ounces to the dozen. 

Dessert Forks, U]4 
ounces to the dozen. 

Dessert Spoons, UH 
ounces to the dozen. 



No. 5T6903 
TIPPED PATTERN. 

Tea Spoons, 6 ounces to 
the dozen. 

Table Spoons, 18 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Medium Forks, 17 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Dessert Forks, 15 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Dessert .Spoons, 13 ounces 
to the dozen. 



CBtalogo. 
Ho. 



"Him 

No. 5T0903 
WARRICK PATTERN. 

Tea Spoons, 8 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Table Spoons, 18 ounces 
to the dozen. 

Medium Forks, 17 
ounces to the dozen. 

Dessert Forks, 15 
ounces to the dozen. 

Dessert Spoons, 15 
ounces to the dozen. 



5T6903 
ST6904 
5TBU06 
5T6906 
6Te907 
5T6908 
5T6909 
5T6910 
5T6913 
5T6913 
6T6914 
5T6915 
5T6916 
5T6917 
5T6918 
6T6920 
5T6921 
5T6923 



Tea Spoons Set of six 

Dessert Spoons Set of six 

Table Spoons Set of six 

Dessert Forks Set of Six 

Medium Forks Set of six 

Coffee Spoons, Gilt, with silk lined box Set of six 

Sugar Shells, Gilt Bowl with silk lined box. Each 

Butter Knives, Gilt Blade with silk lined box. 

Sugar Tongs (small size) with silk lined box. 

Sugar Tongs (large size) with silk lined box. 

Berry Spoons, Gilt Bowl with silk lined box. 

Cream Ladles, Gilt Bowl (small size) with silk lined box. 

Cream Ladles, Gilt Bowl (large size) with silk lined box. 

Gravy Ladles, Gilt Bowl with silk lined box. 

Cold Meat Forks, Gilt Tines (snia '.size), with silk lined box. 
Cold Meat Forks, Gilt Tinisdaise -ize), with silk lined box. 

Oyster Forks, with silk lined box Set of six 

Salad Sets, Fork and Spoon, with si. > lined box Per set 



Each 
Each 
Each 
Each 
Each 
Each 
Each 
Each 
Each 



TenD. 
Fattpra 



S2.55 
6.38 
7.65 
6.38 
7.23 
2.25 
1.35 
1.70 

Not made 

Not made 
3.20 

Not made 
1.25 
3.00 

Not made 
1.90 

Not made 

Not made 



Tipped 
Patlern 



S2.5S 
6.38 
7.65 
6.38 

7.23 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 
Not made 



LICelinfId 
FatlerD 



S2.83 
6.52 
9.22 
6.62 
9.2 2 
3.31 
1.25 
2.13 
1.56 
1.90 
4.15 

Not made 
3.20 
3.45 
3.00 
3.60 
5.30 
6.70 



C.mbrlds« 
raUt-m 



S3.40 
6.38 
7.65 
6.38 
7.33 
3.44 
1.35 
3.00 

Not made 
1.60 
3.95 

Not made 
1.60 
3.25 
1.75 
2.85 
4.06 
7.35 



KenllwoHh 
Pattern 



S3.40 
6.38 
7.65 
6.38 
7.33 
3.13 
1.35 
3.00 
1.35 
1.60 
3.95 
1.35 
1.60 
3.35 
1.75 
2.85 
4.06 
7.35 



Warriek 
Fatiera 



S3.60 
6.76 
8.10 
6.75 

7. as 

3.18 
1.35 
2.00 
1.35 
1.60 
3.95 
1.35 
1.60 
3.35 
1.76 
2.85 
4.06 
7.36 




W. F. ROGERS' 
SILVER PLATED WARE. 

WE CAN RECOMMEND THE W. F. ROGERS' FLATWARE TO YOU AS BEING THE BEST TO BE 
HAD ANYWHERE CONSIDERING THE PRICE. C. ROGERS & BROS. ARE THE MAKERS OF THESE 
GOODS; THEY PUT THEM ON THE MARKET TO COMPETE WITH THE MANY CHEAP BRANDS NOW 
BEING SOLD. 

Tipped Shell Oxford Alton 

Pattern Pattern Pattern Pattern 

Per doz. Per doz. Per doz. Per do*. 

NO.5T6930 Teaspoons Al plate SI. 12 81.12 81.50 81.13 

No. 5T6933 Teaspoons Triple plate. . . 1.88 1.88 3.26 1.88 

N0.6T6934 Dessert Spoons.. Al plate 2.06 2.06 3.70 3.06 

No. 5T6936 Dessert Spoons.. Triple plate... 3.54 3.54 4.28 3.54 

No. 5T6938 Tablespoons. ..Alplate 2.35 3.35 3.00 2.35 

No. 5Te940 Table Spoons. ...Triple plate... 3.75 3.75 4.53 3.76 

N0.5T6942 Dessert Forks... Al plate 3.06 3.06 2.70 8.06 

No.6Te944 Dessert Forks. ..Triple plate... 3.54 3.54 4.30 3.54 

No. 5T6946 Medium Forks. Al plate 2.25 2.25 3.00 3.25 

N0.5T6948 Medium Forks.. Triple plate... 3.75 3.75 4.53 3.78 

Each Each Each Each 

N0.5T6949 Batter Knives. .Al plate 38c 38c 38c 38o 

No. 5T6950 Sugar Shells.... A 1 plate 35c 36o 35c 36e 



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106 SEARS, ROEBUCK & C O., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 

OUR $4^82 INITIAL SILVERWARE SET. 



Efts CA R9 weoffera26-piece<!etof sUverware, 
run QHiOt engraved with any Initial, complete 
witli case, the equal of anything you can buy any- 
wbere at three times the price. 



NO RISK IN ORDERING ONE OF THESE SETS. 



Examine and compare it. If you havenotabar- 

gain, return it and we will refund your money. 

Express charges will amoQat to next to notiiing as compared with what you will save in price. The ex- 
press charges will ^^^^ average for 500 miles, 35c; 1,000 miles, 50c. Greater distances in proportion. 











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TUiC cm in Cll UCn MCTAI '« t'>e nearest approach in composition 
Itlia aULIU OlUCn IWCIHU metal for tableware to the pure coIb silver 
tliiit liasi'verl>efn attained. T hi;* composition silver is one solid metal through 
and through, euaranteed to ret ain its perfect silver color and to wear forever. 
IT Wll I llCUCn TAnUiCU Itis8tronEerthansilver;moresprinsy;you 
II If ILL nCICn IHnnidni ran scour it with a briok; you cannot harm it. 

THIS SILVER COMPOSITION m.M\. '::::^^^'z:;.iit^^^^r^i^,''£^i 

wliosumiliesthemtousinininienseriuantities; is in appearance, finish and every 
way (except intrinsic value) etiual to coin silver. In appearance it cannot he told 
from solid coin silver, it must be examined by an expert to detect the dilTerence, 
Wc can lurnish the pieces separately, engraved with any letter, at the prices quoted here. 

No. 5T697a Teaspoons. Price, per set of six "VSr 

No.5T6i)73 Tablespoons. Price, per set of six VVi 

NO.BT6974 Medium Forks. Price, per set of six \'i\ 

No. 5T6976 Dessertspoons. Price, per set of six J-JS 

N0.5T6977 Dessert F€>rk8. Price, per set of six W 

N0.5T6978 SugarShells. Price, each -J* 

No. 5T6979 Butter Knives. Price, each *" 

For Knives Seo Page loe. 



No. 5T6970 CONIPLETE SET, WITH CASE, $4.82. 



AT S4.82 WE FURNISH THIS 26-PIECE SET °^J."pVi?i«!!rt'rclJ: 

as the greatest value ever offered in this class of goods; in fa^t, our 84.88 
price Is based on the actual cost to us in immense quantities for casn 
with but our one small percentage of profit added. 

nn llftT PnUDIIDC TUIC ourcompositlon silver initial ware, with anj 
UU HUI UUmrWnE iniO, ^f the cheap plated ware that is offered it 
cases We could furnish a 26-plece set of cheap sUver plated ware with 
cheap case similar to the cases that are being furnished by some bouses al 
SI. SO to S2.00, but we believe our customers want a higher grade ot gooa. 
and we have received so many letters of commendation for this class or gooai 
the past two seasons that we have decided to increase our contracts and onei 
the goods in sets of twenty-six pieces at even a lower price than we have evei 
before been able to sell the same class of goods without the case. 

Postage on these goods, if to go by mail, will be extra per half rtozen ar 
follows: Teaspoons, 6 cents; dessert spoons or forks. 1 3 cents: tablespoon! 
or medium forks, 15 cents; and sugar shells or butter knives, 8 cents eacn 
It is cheaper to send by express, if you have an express office near by. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. io7 



FINEST QUALITY QUACDUPLE 
SILVER PLATED WARE. 




THESE GOODS MAKE 
MOST APPROPRIATE 
WEDDING GIFTS. 





No. 5T7055 Brenkrast 
No. 5T7043 " ■'■' NO.5T7047 Pickle Caster No. 5T7053 B r e a k f a s t p*"*®''' engraved bottles, 

Pickletasterand No. 5T7046 Pickle and Fork, imported, hand Caster, three bottles, very fancy raised ornamented 
Tongs combined. Caster and Tongs decorated colored glass bowl, handsome, genuine cut Rlass, L'^'^^'v, -'V'/ini'"? ^ No. 5T7058 Cracker Ji»r. 

imitation cut combined, burnished fancy handle and feet; height, fancy handle, decorated. leet; height, 10 inches. P°<7 engraved, satin Hn- 

crystal class, base and top, fancy 8!4 inches; width, 7 inches. raised ornamentation. a,.'"' .■•,■■ ■,• ■ ■ '* ., ," 'sm-d; heiglit, 13 inchea. 

fancy handle; handle. Price. 83.85 Price 81.98 Price S3.50 Shipping weight, about t, lbs i'rice 81.7S 

height.lO'/. inches. Shipping weight. Shipping weight, about 3 lbs. Shipping weight, aboutG lbs. ..^nMati. ^^hlpping weiglit, about 7H lbs. 

Price 96c about 3 pounds. 

Shipping weight, 
about 3 pounds. 

I last notice what pretty goodj 

a small sum will buy In 

this department- 




No. 5T7060 Salt and 
Popper, fancy feet, blue 
decorated bottles: 
height, 3^ inches. 

Price 81.10 

Shipping weight, 3 lbs. 





No. 5 T 7 O 7 3 
Toothpick Hold- 
er, gold lined, 
beaded edge, sat- 
in finish 75c 

Postage extra,4c. 



No. 5T7075 Individual Ca«t«r, 

three fine imitation cut crystal 
bottles. plain satin finished framf, 

length, 7 Indies. Price SI.3S 

Shipping weight, about 2^ Ib& 



No. 5T7 064 Salt and Pep- 
per, bright finished stand, 
crystal tiottles. 

Price 81.00 

Shipping weight, about 2 lbs. 



No. 5T7065 Pickle 
Caster and Tongs, 

decorated colored 
glass bowl, fancy 
frame and feet; 
height, 11 inches; 
width, 6H inclies. 
Price 81.60 



NO.BT7068 Pickle 
Caster and Fork, 

fancy imitation cut 

flass bowl, fancy 
rame and feet; 
height, 11 Inches; 
width. 6 inches. 
Price 81.29 





No. 6T7093 Caster, 
five fancy l)Ottles. fancy 
handle, fr,ame satin fin- 
ished with bright hand 
enffraring; height, li 

inches. Price 81.65 

Shipping weight, 7Vi lbs. 



No. 6T7078 Caster- 
Ove bottles, fancy han- 
dle, hand engraved 
frame, bright base; 
deight, 15 inches; width, 
i inches. Price 96c 

Shipping weight, 
atiout 7!4 lbs. 



No. 5T7083 Caster, 

five bottles, fancy tiandle, 
hand engraved frame, 
bright burnished base; 
height, 15 inches; width, 
7!4 inches. Price .81.70 
Shipping weight, 7H lbs. 




No. 5T7087 Cjster, five 
engraved bottles, fancy 
handle and feet, hand bur- 
nished, open bead work 
frame, something new and 
beautiful; hei,'ht, 14 in- 
ches; width, 6V4 inches. 

Price 83.64 

Shipping weight, 7V4 lbs. 



No. 5T7090 Caster, 

five engraved bottles 
with crown cut stoppers, 
fancy handle, rococo 
bordered frame and base, 
hand burnished through- 
out; height, 17V4 Inches; 
width, "H Inches. 

Price 82.80 

Shipping weight, 7H lbs. 



No. 6T7093 Caater, 

five fancy cut bottles, 
fancy handle and frame 
satin finished with bright- 
hand engraving; height. 
16 inches. Price-. -83 Jse 
Shipping weight, "H lbs- 



No. 5T7094 
Spoon Tray, with 
bale handle, plala 
bright burnished 
gold lined; length, 
7H inches. 

Price 81.60 

Shipping weight., 
about 4 lbs. 



No. 5T7095 Cruet Set, 
our bottles, imitation hand 
ut crystal, fine hand bur- 
ished, quadruple plated tray 
""^ fancy rococo border 



7ith 



'idth, ft inches. Price.-8l.7» 
Shipping weight, atxiut 4 lbs. 



No. BT7096 Salad or Nnt 

Bowl, gold lined, fancy rococo 
border and fancy feet, bright 
hand burnished througtiout; 
height, 3H inches; width, 9 

inches. Price 83.45 

Shipping weight, about 4 lbs. 




No. 6T7097 Salad or 
Nat Bon-l, Ijright hand bur- 
nished inside and out, fancy 
beaded edge and fancy feet; 
height, 4H Inches; width, 9 

inches. Price 81.75 

Shipping weight, about 4 lbs. 



No. BT7098 Spoon Tray, bright 
burnished, ornamented with beau- 
tiful rose border, gold lined, fancy 
handles and feet; length, 9 inches- 
Price 82.00 

Shipping weight, about i lbs. 



No. 5T7099 Salad or 
Nat Bonl, gold lined, satiQ 
finished, hand engraved, 
hand burnished throughout^ 
beautiful fancy feet and 
open bead worked base; 
heicrht, 6 inches; width, 7^ 

inches. Price 84.85 

Shipping weight, about 4 Ibo-/ 



108 SEARS. ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.n2. 



BEST QUADRUPLE PLATED SILVERWARE— CUPS AND NAPKIN RINGS. 

THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY. EACH PIECE IS WARRANTED TO BE EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. 



THIS WARE IS Q UADRUPLE PLATED 



with pure silver on g^enuine 
_ _ Britannia metal. Britannia 

nn«tal is a w^hlte composition metal* same color as silver, hard and durable. 
lis. will not corrode and is without question the best metal used in hollow 
^ver plated ware. 



SEE THE PRICES WE ARE QUOTING. 



Examine our denigrns. If ac 

found the very latest pattern 

if our ware is not the very best and the quotations the cheapest of mw 
don*t buy. * 






No. BT7119 Child's Cup, 

bright anlshed, gold lined, 
beaded and embossed; height, 
8M inches. Price Si. 75 





No. 5T7123 ChUd-8 Cup, 

satin finished, gold lined, hand 
engraved; height, 3 inches. 
Price »1.50 



No. 6T7135 Child's Cup, 

ftlaln, bright finished, gold 
ined; height, 3 Inches. 
Price 81.40 



No. 6T7138 Child's Cup, 

satin finished, hand engraved, 
gold lined; height, 3 inches. 
Price. S1.40 



No. 5T7132 Child's Cu) 

satin finished, hand engrave* 

gold lined; height, 3 Inches. 

Price 81.3 




Mo. 5T7I35 Child's 
Onp, plain, bright fin- 
iBMd, beaded borders, 
gold lined; height, 2 
inches. Price 81.30 



No. 5T7136 Child's 
Cup, satin finished, en- 
graved Baby, gold lined. 
Height, 3H inches. 

Price 88c 




No. 6T7138 Child's 
Cup, satin finished, hand 
engraved, gold lined; 
height, 2W inches. 

Price 81.10 




No. 5T7140 Child's 
Cup, satin finished, hand 
engraved, gold llhed; 
height. 3 inches. 

Price 81.00 



No. 5T7143 Child's 
Cup, satin finished, hand 
engraved, gold lined; 
height. 2^ Inches. 

Price 90c 



No. ST7146 Child 
Cup, satin finished, ban 
engraved, gold line( 
height, 2H inches. 

Price SC 




NO.6T7140 Chlld'sCnp, No.5T7 150 Chlld'sCup, No. GT7153 Cup and 
aatln finished, bright cut gold lined, satin finished. Saucer, colonial pattern, 
engraving, fancy handle, hand engraved; height, 2?i fancy handle and feet, 

gold lined; height, 214 inches. g-old lined, 
lohes. Price.... 80c Price 60c Price 83.SS 

Postage extra on plain band napkin rings, boxed, ready 
for shipment, 4 cents; fancy rings and cups, about 8 cents; 
cups and saucers, aliout 12 cents. Silverware takes urst 
Class express and freight rates. See front of book for 
further Instructions. 



No. 6T7153 Mustache Cup and 
Saucer, satin finished, fancy rococo 
border, bright iiand engraved, gold 
lined ; heiglit, 3^i inches. 

Price 82.50 



No. 6T7156 Cup and Saucer, fai 

cy emixissed. iiand burnished, edgi 

lieaded, gold lined ; height, 3H inche 

Price 81.9 




NAPKIN RINGS 

FROM 

15 CENTS TO $1.65. 



No. 0T7161 Napkin King, 

beautifully ornamented, plain 
bu3rnlshed, revolving wheels; 
length, m Inches. 
Price 81.20 





No. 6T7169 
Napkin King, No. 5T7 17 ^ Nap- 
N0.6T7166 Napkin Ring, hand satin finish, kin Ring, plain, 
igraving, beaded edges, engraved, satin finish, gold lined. hand engraved hand chased. 
Price «6c Each 81.66 Each 15o Each 30c 



No. 5T7164 Napkin 
Ring, satin finish, bright 
en 




No. 5T7175 NapU 
Rl"ng, hand engravei 
b.'ire foot boy; gold llnei 
satin finish. Each, 81.4 







No. 6T7176 Napkin 
Blng. Very fancy, hand 
engraved; height, i'4 in. 

Each 76c 



No. 5T7181 
ChUd's Napkin 

Ring, plain, hand 
chased. 
Each 2O0 



No. 5T7184 
Napkin Ring. 

satin finish, en- 
graved "Fath- 
er." Each.SOc 



No. 6T7187 
Napkin Ring, 

satin finish, en- 
graved ".Moth- 
er." Each. .60c 



No. 6T7190 
Napkin King, 
satin finish, and 
engraved, extra 
scroll design. 

Each 65c 



No. 5T7 192 
Napkin Ring, 

satin finish, hand 
engraved, fancy 
border. 
Each 65c 




No. 6T7194 Nsl 
kin Ring, satin fli 
ish. hand engrave* 

Each 48 




No. 6 T 7 1 9 6 
N»pkin Ring, 

•atln finish, hand 
engraved, fancy 
border. 
Each 76o 







No. 5T7197 Napkin 

Ring, satin finished and 
burnished; bright, en- 
gravin;g; height. 2y, 
Inches. Price J5c 



No. 6T7199 Napkin 
Ring, fancy base, open 
working; height, ZH 
inches. 

Price 60c 



No. 5T7300 Napkin 
Ring, open work border, 
satin finished, bright en- 
graving; height, IH 
Inches. 

Price 46o 



No. 6T72 03 Napkin 
Ring, satin finish, bright 
hand engraving, hand 
burnished; height, IX 
Inches. 

Price 48c 



No. 6T7206 NapW 
Ring, pierced patten 
something new, ban 
burnished shield ; heigb 
1% inches. 

Price •• 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE Wo. 112 109 



BEST QUALITY QUADRUPLE PLATED SILVERWARE. 

BEAR IN MIND THAT ALL THE SILVERWARE WE ILLUSTRATE AND SELL IS PLATED WITH PURE SILVER ON THE VERY FINEST SOLID WHITE 
BRITANNIA WARE AND IS WARRANTED TO GIVE YOU ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED. 

IT Uf 11 I RF NnTFn that ""•■ prices are extremely low and can only be made by us on account of buying large 
II WILL PC mil cu quantities during dull season of manufacturing, and we give you the benelit. We bcR leave to 
state that if at any time the goods are not found to be all that we claim for them in every way and In every particular, 
and exactly as we have described them, we will cheerfully refund the money on receipt of returned merchai)dise. 







No. 5T7887 Crumb Set, satin finish- 
ed, hand engraved. Each 81.40 




No. 617230 Gravy Boat with 
Plate, fancy legs and fancy or- 
nament border to the boat and 
plate, satin titiished boat, gold 
lined; 4 inches high and 9 inches 
long. Price, each 84.86 



No. ST7234 Bread Tray, full satin 
finished, hand burnished edges, fancy 
rococo border; length. 12 inches; width, 
6H inches. Price, each 81. 20 



No. 6T7236 Cmmb Set, satin 
finished, bright hand engraved, fancy 
rococo border, ebony handle on 
scraper. Dimension of tray, 9x7 
Inches; scraper in proportion. 

Price, per set 82.00 





No. 6T7235 Cheese Ulsh, fancy satin 
finish, hand engraved cover, ornament- 
ed base with handsome cmtjossed silver 
feet, tine (tint glass plate upon which the 
clu'c.se rests so that It does not come in 
(■(intact with the metal, fancy handles, 
making a very beautiful and useful table 
ornament. Price complete 81.75 



No. 5T7238 Bread Tray, full satin 
finished, fancy rococo border, extra good 
quality. Length, 13 inches; width, SMs 
Inches. Price, each 81.85 




No. 5T7237 Crumb Set, bright 
burnished, beautiful repousse bord- 
er, ebony handle, nimensions of 
tray, 5x9 lnches;scraper in propor 





No. 
Dish. 



5T7239 Bread Tray or Celery No. 6T7244 Cake Basket, satin fln- 
FuU satin finished, fancy border, ished. gold lined, fancy inlaid trimming. 



and ornamented burnished feet. Length', Height, 10 inches; width, 9mnches. 



Price, per set 82.60 11 inches; width, 6 Inches. Price 81.98 Price, each 81.20 




No. 5T7246 Cake Basket, full 
burnished base, gold lined, fancy 
rococo border, fancy handle. 
Height, 13 inches; width, 9 inches. 

Price 81.66 



No. 5T7347 Cake Basket, 

extra hand engraved, full bur- 
nished base, satin finished, very 
heavy weight basket. Height, 
9 inches; width, 9 inches. 
Price, each. 83.50 




No. 6T7349 Cake Basket, satin 
finish, ornamented border; height, 
9M inches; length, lO'i inches. 

Price, each 82.75 






No. 6T7 250 Cake Basket. 

bright burnished, fancy base; 
height, lO'/s inches. Each. .83.85 



No. 5T7 2 5 4 Card Re- 
ceiver, very fancy, plain 
burnished edges, raised 



No. 6T7 2S6 Celery Dish, fine 



ornamented center,fancy crystal glass bowl, fancy handle and 
base. Each 81.65 f^et. Height, 6'/, inches; width. 5H 



No. 6T7252 Cake Basket" 

satin finished, hand engraved, 
fanch boi'fler, feet and handle. 
Height, gV, Inches; width, 7% 
Inches; length, 10 Inches. 
Price, each 81.40 



Price, each 81.89 





SILVERWARE takes first 
class freight and express 
rates. See front of book for 
furtlter instructions. Weight 
of cake stands, boxed, about 
4 pounds; nut bowls and bon 
bons, sliglitly less; baking 
dislies about 9 pounds, 
boxed; tfie transportation 
charges amount to almost 
nothing compared to the 

SAVING IN PRICE. 




No. 5T7258 Salad Bowl, im. 

itation cut crystal glass bowl, 
beautifully ornamented frame, 
with rococo border. Height, 7 
inches; width, 6H inches. 
Price, each 81.69 



No. 5T7 260 Berry Set consists of three pieces as illustrated. Cream pitcher 
Is 2H inches high, sugar bowl, 3 inches high, berry bowl 3 inches high and "H inches 
In diameter. This set is made in the fluted pattern, l)eautifuny bur- 
nished. All pieces are gold lined, fancy beaded edge and fancy 
Weight, ready ^ haridles on the sugar and creamer 

Tor shipment, £St Price of complete set S4.25 

about 12 pounds. 



No. ST7276 Cracker Jar, satin 
finished, hand engraved, fancy 
border, burnishecl top; height, 6 
Inches; diameter, 5 inches. 

Price, each 82.60 





No. 6T7278 Baking Dish, satin 
finish, with porcelain inside dish; 
diameter 9 Inches; height, 6 Inches. 

Price, each 82.90 



No. 6T7281 Baking Dish, satin 

finished, and engraved, with porce- 
lain inside dish; holds two quarts. 
Price, each 83.75 



No. 6T7284 Soup Tureen, plain 

burnished, fancv raised ornament- 
ed tiorder and base; height, SH 
inches; capacity 3 quarts. ____ i 
Price, each 87.70 



no 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 



= BEST QUALITY QUADRUPLE PLATED SILVERWARE. = >s plated with the purest silver on the finest souo 

Y^x^"' Y""*'"*" " ri.mtt.u wikitnuHnbi v^Hug „^j^y^ Britannia ware, we guarantee each 
*" piece to give entire satisfaction or money refunded. 





N0.6T7885 Batter Di8h, 

satin finish, hand engraved, 
fancy handle. Height, 6 
inches; width. 7 inches. 
Price 81.16 



No. 5T7286 Botter Dish, 

full satin finished, hand bur- 
nished edges, fancy handles 
and feet Heigrht, 7 Inches; 
width, 8 Inches. Price.. 81.4S 




No. 5T7287 Batter Dish, No. 6T7888 Berry Set, three pieces, consisting of sugar bowl, 

extra well ftnished, hand en- berry bowl and cream pitcher, bright polished, raised ornamen- 

eravea, rococo border, fancy tation. Height of t>owl, SV, inches; capacity, 514 pints. Set boxed 

leet and handles. Height, f. weighs, ready for shipment, about 15 lbs. Price complete.. .88.85 ' 

inches;width, 7 inches. »-i.itr> ' h . ^^ 





No. 5T7890 Syrap Pitcher, with plate, ——.—^ 

No. 517889 Syrup Pitch- Pitcher, with plate, satin finished, hand No. 5T739a Syrnp 

•er, with plate, extra wellfln- full bright burn- engraved and hand Pitcher, satin finish, ~„,,,„ni d » i., .. 

Ished, hand engraved, rococo ished, perfectly fin- burnlshedtrimmings, fancy handle, plain No.5T7393Bntterpish, 

border, fancy feet and hand- ished in ail respects, fancy rococo border, spout, hand engrav- hand engraved, satin finish 

le. Height, 6 inches; width, Height,6in.;width, 4 flelght, 4mn.;width, ed. Height, 5 inches, and ornamented border. 

4 >i Inches. Price 88.25 inches. Price, 81.76 4in. Price.... 81.65 Price 88.40 Height,7 inches. Each.83. 30 




N0.5T7294 Butter Ulsh, plain 

polished, glass rest, beaded fancy 
border. Height, 6 in. Price. .83.60 






No. 5T7295 Cheese or But- No. 6T7296 Syrup Pitch- No. 6T7897 Butter Dish, 

ter Dish, hand burnished trim- er, satin finished, hand bur- satin finished, hand engraved 

mings, satin finished, bright Ished trimmings, hand en- top, burnished base. Height, 6 

hand engraved top, imitation graved spring lid. Height, 8 Inches; width, 7H inches. 

■cut crystal plate. Height. 7 in.; Inches; width at base, 3H Price 81.75 

width, 8 Inches. Price.. ..81.48 Inches. Price 81.40 



N0.5T7298 UutterDlgh, plain 
polished, fancy leaded border, 
silver plated rest, fancy handles. 
Height, 5!4 inches. Price.. 86.40 




No. 5T7299 Berry Dish, 

bright polished base, fancy 
feet and handle, fine imita- 
tion cutcrysalbowl. Height, 
" ■ • " • •l,7» 




TJo. 5T7300 Fruit .Stand, clear 
crystal glass bowl, frame extra well 
finished, fancy ornamentations. 
Height, 914 Inches; width, 8 Inches. 



No. 5T7305 Berry orFrult Dish, 

crystal gla.ss bowl 9 inches in 

No. 6T7308 Sug;ar Bowl. No. 5T7304 Sugar Bnwl diameter, hand burnished 

Combination sugur bowl and and Spoon Rack, holds 12 frame, fancy feet, beautiful ro- 

_ _ spoon holder, holds 12 spoons spoons, satin finish, engraved, coco border. Height, 6 inches; 

„ , No. 6T7301 Fruit Stand, on rack, satin finished, burn- Price 81.86 width, 12 inches. Price 81.60 

-»^"<=6 Kl-es fancy colored glass bowl, 10 ished top, beautiful beaded 

Inches In diameter, frame border, fancy handles and 
satin finished and hand bur- feet. Height. 714 Inches; width, 

nished. Height, 12 inches; 5H inches. Price.. 82.00 

width, 5 Inches at b.a-se. 
Price 81.30 





No. 5T7306 Berry or Fruit Di8h,fancy handle. 

raised ornamentation, beautifully scalloped 
phina dish, ivhite on the outside and pink on the 
Inside and beautifully ornamented in raised gold 

work. Price 85.80 

We cannot give yon a description that will fully 
describe the beauties of this dish nor does the 
lliustr.ation give more than an idea of it. 
■hlpment, about 2 pounds 



NO.5T7307 Fruit Stand, im- 
itation cut crystal bowl, 9 inches 
in diameter, satin finished and 
hand burnished bowl. Height. 
1014 Inches; width, 5 inches at 
base. Price 81.30 




No. 6T7308 Fruit Dish, pink opal 
bowl, raised ornamentations, bright 
base, fancy feet, ornamented border. 
Height, lOinches. Price 83.60 



Nci. ^TlSOQ Fruit Stand, Imita- 
tion cutcfystal glass, bright bur- 
nished base. Height, 12'4 inches; 
diameter, 8!i Inches. Price, 82.85 



NOTE— The butter dishes listed are from 5'4 to 7 inches in width. Silverware takes first class ex- 
press and freight rate; see front of book for further Instructions. You run no risk In sending cash In full 
with your orders. We guarantee safe delivery of every piece. Butter dishes weigh, boxed ready for 
Berry dishes weigh about 3}^ pounds each, boxed about 9 pounds. Syrups and spoon holders, boxed, about 8^ pounds. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO-, Chea pest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. C ATALO GUE No. 112 



111 



lUR FOUR-PIECE TEA SETS LEAD THE WORLD. 



r $10.00 TO $4.75 



accurdiiif; to quality, we offer these 
four Mtylen in four-piece tea. Het« as 
KXTRA liOOU VALtES in tliis kind 



', ware. These goods are especially desirable for wedding presents. 

OUR SIO.OO QUADRUPLE SILVER 
PLATED TEA SET. 




' No.STTSlO For SIO.OO we will sell you this Quadruple Silver Plated 

» Set. Quadruple plate is one plate heavier than triple plate, and we guar- 
iteelt to wear and give entire satisfaction. You cannot buy a betterquality 
teven though you paid 520.00 or f-o.iX). Tliis set is hand engraved, satin fln- 
hed, has fancy feet and made extra heavy throughout. The set consists of 
coffeeor tea pot, capacity, about two quarts; sugar bowl, cream pitcher and 
oon holder. These pieces made in proportion to the coffee pot. 

Price, four-piece set SIO.OO 

No. 5T1311 Syrup pitcher to match, extra 3.75 

No. 5T1313 Butterdish, extra 3.00 

No. 5T7313 Tray, extra a.'' 5 

Weight of set, packed for shipment, about 30 pounds. 

Our $8.75 Four-Piece Tea Set. 




No. 6T7314 Our 88. 75 Four-Piece Tea Set Is made of the finest Brltan- 
la metal, triple plated, and with care will wear a lifetime; It is hand 
agraved, hand chased, satin finished or bright burnished throughout. The 

;t consists of four pieces: Tea pot, sugar ijowl, cream pitcher and spoon 
older. At S8.7.'> it cannot be duplicated elsewhere. It is made expressly for us 
I large quantities on a cash basis, therefore we are able to quote this re- 

larkably low price 88.75 

No, 3T7315 Can supply Butter Dish, extra 3.75 

No. 3T7 316 Syrup Pitcher, extra 2.35 

Weight of set, packed for shipment, about 30 pounds. 

Our Wonderful $4.75 Tea Set. 





No. 5T7318 Our Wonderful S14.75 Tea Set. We 
have but a few left; while they last only 9^4.75 for 
the four pieces, consisting of tea pot. sugar bowl, 
cream pitcher and spoon holder: each 
piece is satin finished and beautifully 
hand engraved; spouts, handles and 
other parts fancy embossed. For»4.75 
you cannot do better in the way of 
purcliasin^ a handsome gift. The set 
is well worth Si^. 00; we cannot sell you 
either the syrup pitcher or butterdish: 
they are all sold, we can procure no 
more of them. Remember, for the en- 
tire set. four pieces, tea pot. sugar 
bowl, spoon holder and cream pitcher. 

Price, per set )S4.75 

Weight of set, packed for shipment, 
about HO pounds. 




Tea Set at $6.75 




No. 5T7319 This tea set consists 
of four pieces, tea pot, cream 
pitcher, spoon holder an<l sugar 
bowl. Made of the best Britannia 
metal, quadruple plated. The pat- 
tern is entirely new, strictly up to 
date. This tea set is bright hand 
burnished; handles, feet, spouts, et(^, 
have the same bright finish. You 

cannot buy a tea set that is more . w i. 

easily icept clean. 86.75 for the four pieces is our price. You cannot buy 11 
equaf elsewhere for twice that sum. We guarantee this 86.75 tea set to give 

entire satisfaction. Price, per set , '70 

NO.5T7320 Butter dish, extra J-'" 

N0.5T7331 Syrup pitilier to match, extra ••••.■■•••■ .- ^•"" 

Weight of set, packed f or shipment, about 30 ponpdg. 

Candelabra and Ecclesiastical Goods. 

VIATICUM CAllINET OK HOMK ALTAK SKT. 

At Keducid Price of 1S3.15. 





No. 6T7333 
Finest Quality 
Quadruple Sil- 
ver Plated Can- 
dJesticks. colo- 
nial pattern, 
bright burn- 
ished; height, 
8% inches. 

Price, per 

pair 83.36 No. 5T7326 Viaticum Cabinet or Home Altar. The cab- 

Shipping weight, j^^^ j^ .^ j ^f j,,,. woodmaker's art. Is constructed of highly 

about 456 lbs. polished hardwood, is handsomely trimmed, and has a silver 
cross on each door. It can only be opened by pressing the spring catch at the 
top of the doors. The interior of the cabinet is upholstered with a rich shade 
of purple. In the cabinet, set up and ready at all times for instant use, are 
the following articles: One silver combination candelabrum, crucifax and holy 
water fount, gold lined; the crucifix is detachable; one silver cup, gold lined; 
silverspoon; silver handle holy water sprinkler; glass holy water bottle with 
cross and crown- two rubrical candles and two linen communion cloths; in 

fact, absolutely complete. Price, for complete set 83.16 

Weight of set, packed for shipment, about 35 pounds. 




No. 5T7333 
Finest Quality 
Quadruple Sil- 
ver Plated Can- 
d le sticks. 
Beaded edges, 
fluted pattern; 
height, 7^ 
Inches. 

Price, per 

pair 83.35 

Shipping weight, 

abou4 V/2 lbs. 






No. 5T7338 Combination 
Crucifix Candelabrum, for 

two candles, and holy water 
fount, i;i Inches high, raised 
orn:im6nts, bright and satin 

finish. Each... 81.75 

Shipping weight, about 6^ lbs. 

Church Service or 
Communion Set. 



No. 5T7330 Finest Qual- 
ity Quadruple Silver Plated 
Candelabrum. Bright burn- 
ished, fluted pattern, tine 
crystal glass base; height. loH 
inches: spread. II inches; five 
lijjhts. Price, each S4.35 

No. 5T7331 Same pattern 
and size as above, four lights. 

Price, each S3.90 

No. 5T7333 Same pattern, 
and size, three lights. 

Price, each S3. 35- 



Weight 


of corn- 


plete set 


packed 


for shi 


p m e nt. 


about 15 


pounds. 




No. .'>T7343 Flagon, 3 pints, burnished. 

Shipping weight, about 8 lbs. Price, each SS.40 

N€». 5T7344 Baptismal Bowl, burnished 

Price, each 2.35 

No. 5T7345 Same as above, gold lined.. 2.85 
N0.5T7346 Goblets, burnished. Each.. 1.75 
No. 5T7 34 7 Same as above, gold lined. . 3.10 
No. 5T7348 Plates to match set, each.. 8.0O 
The above set is guaranteed to be the l>estqual- 

Ity made. 



113 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATA LOGUE No. 112. 
BEST QUALITY QUADRUPLE PLATED SILVERWARE. 



Is plated with pure sliver on fine sol 
white metal, and warranted. 

THESE GOODS WERE SELECTED AS BEING APPROPRIATE FOR WEDDING, BIRTHDAT OR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. 






No. 517364 Shaving 
fHue with IJrush, brig-ht 
burnished, fluted pattern, 
with fancy feet and beaded 
border. Heitflit, 4 inches. 

Price, complete 1S3.00 

Shipping « eight, 1 !^ to albs. 



No. 5T7350 Shaving Mug 
and Brush, fluted pattern, hand 
burnislied, fauey top border. 
Gold lined. Height, 278 inches. 

Price, complete »1.«8 

Shipping weight, 1}^ to 2 ll>~ 



No. 5T7359 Jewel Box, 

satin finished, baud enjarruv- 

ed. Heig-ht, 2y, inches; 

length, 4'/j inches. Each. 75c 

Shipping weight, l^to 

2 pounds. 



No. 5T73U3 Soap Box, 4 

inches long, bright polished, 
raised ornamentation, gold 

lined. Each SI. 80 

Shipping weiglit, l^to 
a potinds. 





No. 5T7371 Jewel Box, hand engraved, 
satin lined, satin finished, burnished through- 
out. Height, 2H Inches; length, 7 inches. 

Each S3. 75 

Shipping weight, about 3 pounds. 





No. 6T7368 Cigar Box, ornament* 
baseand lid, satin finished thrnughou 
Very appropriate gift for gentlemen. 

Each 86.2 

Shipping weight,!^ to 2 pounds. 



FOB A BEAUTIFUL. 
GIFT AT A BARGAIN 
PRICE, SEE TOILET 
SET No. 5T7385 FOR 

S5.00 




N0.5T7 37 4 Chaflng Dish, ebony 
trimmings, bright nickel finish, 
capacity, 3 pints. Complete. ..r.*}. 75 
Shipping weight, about 10 ..us. 



N0.6T7377 Stamp 
Box, raised ornamented 
border and top, satin 
finished. 

Each Sl.OO 

If by mail, postage 
extra, 4 cents. 



No. 6T7378 Smoking Set, contain 
4 pieces; all pieces satin finished an 
hand burnished. Tray Is 7 Inches 1 
diameter, cigar holder 3H inclies higl 
balance of pieces in proportion. 

Price, per set Sl.O. 

Weighs, ready for shipment, about 
3 pounds. 



No. 6T7383 CurUng Set, burnished 
throughout. Length, 5Ji Inches. Very 
serviceable. 

Each 82.90 

Shipping weight, about 3 pounds. 






No. ST73S7 Sugar Dredge, 

hand engraved, satin finished, 
tani'y chased handle. Height, 4V4 

Indies. Each S2.25 

Shipping weight, about 1^ lbs. 



No. 6T7385 TolUt.Set. Conslstsof 
3 pieces in plush lint-dbo.x. IlasS-inch 
French beveled mirror, tf Inches In 
length; hair brush is 9 Inches long, 
13 rows of bristles; comb Is 7H inches 
long and has 1-inch teeth. The com- 
plete set is beautifully cmlxi.sscd with 
the poppy pattern (li^wer and scrolls. 
Name plate is hand burnished. 

Price, complete 85.00 

Shipping weight, about 6 pounds. 



><). ox; 388 
Flaslt. 4 inches 
long. Plain satin 
finish. 

Each 81.25 

Shipping weight, 

about 2 lbs. 



..T ,-,.„„. . .... .. .. o N0.5T7393 Mnstarc 

No. 5T7392 Ice Pitcher, hand Pot .plain pollshid.glas, 
engraved and chased, polished bowl. Price, each, «1.2< 
and satin finished. Each.. 82.95 Slilpplng weight, abon 
Shipping weight, about 10 lbs. iL pound. 





No. ST740I Ink Stand; 

beautifully embossed base, 
flint crystal bottle; height, 
2W Inches; width, 5V2 inches. 

Each 95c 

Shipping weight, about 
2 pounds. 



No. 5T7404 Inkstand; 

fancy top and base, flint 
crystal bottle; height, S!4 
inches; width, 3 inches. 

Each 50c 

Shipping weight, about 
2 pounds. 






NO.6T7410 WritingSet; cutglassbot- 
tles, very fancy t^ops; length, GVt inches; 
satin finished. Each 84.50 

Shipping weight, about 3 pounds. 



No. 5T7413 lull 
Stand; cut glass; 
heavy silver top; 
height. 3Si inches. 

Each S1.7S 

Shipping weight 
about 2 lbs. 




No.5T7 4n Puff Jap, 

hand burnished cover, 
beaded edges, imitation 
cut crystal Jar. Height, 
4 inches. 

Price 8Sc 

Shipping weight, 3 lbs. 




NO.6T7407 Ink Set; embossed 
base and top, cut glass ixittle; 
height. 4 inches. Each 82.00 

Shipping weight, about 3 lbs. 




No. 5T74I9 Tobacco Jar, 

satin finish; Imported Bo- 
hemian glass, fitted with 
patent moistener; height, 

BH inches. Each SI.95 

Shipping weight, 3 lbs. 



No. 5T7^al Collar Button 
Box, hand burnished, hand en- 
graved, beaded edges. Height, 
ZH inches. 

Price 65c 

Shipping weight, 2 lbs. 




No. 6T7426 Per- 
fumery Atomizer, 

bright finish, raised 
ornamentation, 
fancy feet and top. 
Height, 6y, inches. 

Price 82.85 

Shipping welglit, 
2 pounds. 



No. 6T7428 Tobacco 
Jar, latest idea, gold filled, 
height, 7!4 in.; diam..61n. 

Each 81.60 

Shipping weight, 3 lbs. 



No. 6T7429 To- 
bacco Box, band bur- 
nished and satin fin- 
ished. Gold lined. 
Height, 4^ inches, 
capacity, V2-pound. 

Price 81.68 

Shipping weight, 
about 2 lbs. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2. 113 



OUR CLOCK DEPARTMENT. 



■PEST AND MOST RELIABLE MAKERS. 



We list clocks made by the 
_ following- concerns, namely : 

aterbury Clock Company, Waterbury, t'onn. ; New Haven Clock Company, 
^w Haven, Conn.; Ansonia Clock Company, Ansonia, Conn., and the Set h 
lomas Clock Company, Thomaston, Conn. Bear in mind that the Water- 
ry Clock Company has no connection whatever with the Waterbury Watch 
impany; it is a very much older concern. 

fERY CLOCK THAT WE SELL IS GUARANTEE D ^^^''ndwe" warrant 



them to our customers. Any clock bought from us that is not in every way 
satisfactory can be returned and it WILL BE EXCHANGED OR MONEY REFUNDED. 

WE SELL OUR CLOCKS AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. J^hat^^J.^^,';]"!'. 

Eing cliarges will advance our prices to anywhere near the price you would 
ave to pay the retail dealer, because he likewise must pay transportation 
charges and must add same to the cost of theclock when lie sells it to you. We 
wish you to investigate tiie matter yourself and be cuuvinced that we can 
save you from 30 to 50 percent on clocks. 





Nickel Alarm Clock. Made 
at LaSalle. 111. 4-inch dial. 
Similar to No. 5T750i; a very 
good timekeeper. 

No. 5T7500 Each S8c 

Shipping; ^veight, ^ pounds. 
Heacon. Nickel Alarm 
Clock; height, 6;4 inches; 
width, i\i inches; 4- inchdial; 
made by the celebrated New 
Haven Clock Company. 
Shpping weight, 2 pounds. 

No. 5T7603 Each 72c 

Tile Pirate. Nickel alarm 
clock. Made by the Ansonia 
Clock Company. Same size 
as al)Ove. 

No. 5T7503 Each... 75c 
No. 5T7503 Shipping weight, 3 pounds. 

fSo. 5T7504 Hust- 
r, Li u m i n o u s . 
fickel Alarm Clock, 
ith luminous dial; 
eig-ht 6'/4 inches; 
idth iH inches; 4- 
[Ch dial; niatiuf ac- 
red by the New Ha- 
■n Clock Company. 
tie dial on this clock 
luminous, and will 
lOW distinctly the 
me in the dark. The 
arker It is the 
•ighter it glows. 
No. 5T7504: 

Each 78c 

lipping wt., 2 lbs. 
No. 5T7506 Lu- 
inons Pirate. Same 
seas above. Made No. 5T7504 

r the Ansonia Clock Company. Each 80c 

No. 5T7509 "Must Get 
Up." Nickel Alarm Clock; 
height, S's inches; dial, ^'A 
inches; made by the Water- 
bury Clock Co. This clock 
has very large bell on the 
back of the clock ; the alarm 
runs five minutes with one 
winding; can be made to run 
a short, medium, long, or 
e.xtra long time, and can be 
stopped at pleasure. 

No. 6T7509 Each.. SI. lO 
Shipping \veight, 2 pounds. 
No. 5T7510 As above, 
spasmodic, alarms every H- 
NO.5T7509 minute for 15 minutes. 

Each (Shipping weight, 2 pounds.). ... ..S 1.10 

No. 5T75ia The Fly Alarm Cai- 
idar. Height, about 6V4 inches; 
al, 4 inches; one-day clock with 
Llendar and alarm, mauufac 
ired by the New Haven 
lock Company. Move- 
ent, very fine grade 
ver; a clock that we know 
ill give entire satisfaction 
every respect; has fine 
rge nickel alarm bell on 
ip, entire clock beautifully 
irnished,the calendar very 
lely adjusted, and thor- 
jghly inspected before 
aving our establishment, 
xs e.\tra long alarm ring or 
mbe regulated by winding 
Dparatus for short ring. 

No.6T75ia Each 98c 

Shipping weight, 2 pounds. 

SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.'S SPECIAL. 

Sears, Roebuck's Special. 

Nickel Alarm Clock. Height, 
6!4 inches; dial, 4 inches; 
made expressly forusbyone 
of the largest clock com- 

Fanies In the United States, 
t goes through a thorough 
inspection before leaving 
the factory and again before 
leaving our establishment 
by one of our expert watch- 
makers; a clock we can 
conscientiously recommend 
to you as being everything 
an alarm clock should be. 

No. 5T7514 Each. . . .80c 
Shipping weight, 2 pounds. 

NO CHARGES FOR REPAIRS 
N WATCHES OR CLOCKS WILL BE ALLOWED 

UNLESS OUR WRITTEN CONSENT 
18 FIRST SECURED IN ADVANCE. 

8 






CELEBRATED PARKER ALARM CLOCK. 

No. 5T7616 It has the 
shut <iIT attachment: you can 
st'fp till' alarm at will. The 
niovi'iiieut can be taken out 
without taking the clock 
apart, one of the very latest 
improvements. 

The alarm runs nearly five 
minutes with one winding. 
It is one of the most perfect 
alarm clocks on the markt-t ; 
it is manufactured by the 
celebrated Parker Clock 
Co., of Meriden, Conn. The 
name of Parker on any clock 
is a guarantee of perfection. 
Height of clock, 41/2 inches; 
depth of clock 'iVa. inches. 

No. ST'JS 16 Price S1.30 

Sliippiug weight, boxed, about 3 pounds. 




BEAUTIFUL 



OXIDIZED ALARM 
FOR $2.30. 



CLOCK 



The New 

Long Alarm 
Clock rings 
from 20 to 30 
minutes, but 
can be switch- 
ed oft" any 
minute desir- 
ed. This clock 
will not tip 
over; no bat- 
tery neces- 
sary; abso- 
lutely noti-ou- 
ble. The case 
is finished in 
oxidized cop- 
per, beauti- 
fully finished, 
in fact, mak- 
ing an or- 
n a m e n t 
that would 
grace any 
pa r 1 o r 
mantel- 
piece. 

Height, 
10 inches; 

dial, 5 inches; movement manufactured by the cele- 
brated Seth Thomas Clock Company, and is guar- 
anteed to give absolute satisfaction In every re- 
spect. Kuus 36 hours with one winding. The steel 
parts are fish oil hardened, brass parts wrought by 
hand, full conical pivots, patentpinions, agatedrawn 
hairspring, agate drawn main spring, thoroughly 
timed and adjusted. It is a clock longed for by 
thousands. It fills along felt want. If not exactly as 
described in every particular return it and we will 
refund your money. We guarantee It to reach our 
customers in perfect condition. 

No. 5T7518 Price S3.30 

Shipping w^eight, 3 pounds. 





No. 5T7533 The Kepeater 
Intermitting Alarm Clock, 

manufactured by the Ansonia 
Clock Co.; runs thirty-six hours 
with one winding; dial 5 inches 
in diameter. Alarms for twenty- 
five minutes at intervals; twenty 
seconds of alarm, then fifteen 
seconds of silence. 

No. 6T7533 Pi'Ice,each,»l.35 
Shipping 
welglit, % 
pounds. 



Wasp Alarm Clock, lever es- 
capement, runs one day with 
one winding; stands 3'-4 inches 
high; dial 2 inches In diameter; 
is manufactured by the Water- 
bury Clock Company and is 
guaranteed to keep correct 
time. 
No. 5T7533 Price,. . . Sl.lO 
Shipping weight, IJ^ pounds. 





Wasp One Day Time, lever es- 
capement. Dial, 2 inches in di- 
ameter; runs thirty-six hours 
with ouQ winding; manufactured 
by the Waterbury Clock Com- 
pany; is gniaranteed to give cor- 
rect time. 

No. 5T7534: Price, each. .,.80o 
Shipping weight, 2|^ pounds. 



Very Artistic 
Hronze Figure of 
Horse, true to life, 
for mantel or top of 
mantel clocks; 8H 
inches long at base. 

No. 5 T 7 5 3 5 

Price 90c 

Shipping weiglit, 3 
pounds. 





AV cU Kxecuted Bronze 
Figure of I>og, for man- 
tel or top of mantel clock. 
It makes a beautiful and 
graceful ornament. 
Length at base, 7i4 
inches. 

No. 6T7637 Price 75c 
Shipping weight, 3 lbs. 



A Beautiful Ornament 
Bronze Figure of Lady for 

mantel or top of mantel 
clock. Height, W» inches; 
width. 7H inches. 

No. 6T7536 Price. . .76c 
Shipping weight, 3 pounds. 




BRONZE 



GILT 

$1.15 




A$3.00 CLOCK FOR $1.00 

Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s SEROCO. This beautiful 
bronze clock, solid metal through and through, stand- 
ing 13 inches high and 9!4 inches broad, weighing when 
boxed about 7 pounds, at the unheard of price of SI .00 
in bronze, SI. 15 in full gilt. The movement is a lever 
escapement movement, oil tempered steel parts and 
hand wrought brass parts, conical pivots, the hair 
spring agate drawn; runs for 36 hours with one wind- 
ing; In fact, a movement that we guarantee to give 
absolute satisfaction. The case is a masterpiece, rep- 
resenting the emblems of Hope and Plenty, Hope being 
represented by a heroic figure of a woman with Greek 
drapery, resting her hand upon a cornucopia that rep- 
resents Plenty. The base of the clock is made up of 
three graceful scrolls meeting at a base upon which 
the figure of Hope stands. A Deautif ul wreath of roses 
in strong- relief connects the two designs, that of Hope 
and Plenty. To sell this clock at this unheard of low 
price, a price that does not represent one-half its true 
va.ue, we had to contract with the factory that makes 
them in such large quantities that the price of a single 
one is practically lost sight of. The design Is copy- 
righted. It cannot be procured elsewliere. If the 
clock is not the greatest bargain that you have ever 
seen or heard of, anu ii It does not in every way, shape 
and manner come up to our description and thor- 
oughly satisfy yon, return it to us and we will refund 
you the entire amount of your remittance. 

No. 5T75SO Price, in bronze 81.0O 

N0.5T7521 Price.lngilt 1.10 

Shipping welglit, 7 pounds. 



114 SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No.i l2. 

CIMC: ^ADIMETT /^l A/^lfC - MANUFACTURED BY THE GREATEST 

rlnlb wADlllIb I OHJOfVo- clock makers in the world. 



WE GUARANTEE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM IN EVERY PARTICULAR, AND 
IF GIVEN THE CARE THAT ALL CLOCKS SHOULD HAVE, WILL LAST A LIFETIME. 



This 8- Day Clocic for $2.00. 




THE KICHALD Is made 
by the Waterbary Clock 
Co., in either oak or wal- 
nut as desired. It runs 
eightdayswitlione winding, 
it stands 22 inclies liigli. has 
6-inclid!al,strilicstlie liours 
and half hours on a wire 
bell. Case is beautifully 
carved and perfectly made 
in every detail. 

No. 5T7525 Price, 83.00 

No. 5T7536 With alarm. 
Price sa.30 

No. 5T7537 With cathe- 
driil gong, no alarm. 

Price S2.30 

No. 5TT528 With cathe- 
dral gong and alarm. 

Price, S2.60 



Special 
Value 
For 
$2.50. 

No. 511546 THE 
VCLCAN. Height, 
23!4 Inches; dial. 6 
inches. Very line 
movement. Manu- 
factured and guar- 
anteed by the Anso- 
nia Clock Company. 
Frame hand engrav- 
ed and carved, ric'h 
top ornamentation, 
highly polished 
throughout. Walnut 
only. 

No. 5T7546 

Price «3.50 

No. 5T7547 With 
alarm. Price. .S3-80 





No. 5T7550 With gong. 



Nothing Finer 

for $4.00. 

Our Price, 

$2.15. 

No. 5T7549 THE 
ESTELLE. Fancy 
Cabinet Clock; Sa'/a 
inches hij^h; dial, (i 
inches: made in oak 
only; beautifully 
carved and orna- 
mented: fine eight- 
day movement; made 
by the Ansoniji Clock 
Company : strikes the 
hours and half hours 
on wire bell. 

No. 5T7549 

Price »3.1S 

No. ST764354 With 
alarm. Price. 83.45 
Price 83.40 



The Kranton, $2.50. 



A new pattern 
elRht-day clock, 
made by tlie Water- 
bury Clock Com- 
pany and is guaran- 
teed to give entire 
satisfaction. The 
case is made of solid 
oak, stands 23 inches 
high, embellished 
with beautiful gilt 
ornaments, which 
lend a beauty to this 
style of a clock, un- 
equaled by any other 
style of ornamenta- 
tion. The dial is 6 
inches in diameter. 
Tlie pendulum is of 
corrugated brass. 
Theclock runs eight 
days at one winding, 
strikes the hours and 
half-hours on a wire 
bell. Weight, p.acked 
for shipment. ab<^ut. 20 pounds. 

No. 5T7551 Price 

No. 5T7553 With alarm 

No. 6T7553 




82.50 

Price 3.75 

With gong and alarm. Price.. 3.95 



This Choice Bargain at $3.15. 

Another rare specimen of clock perfection man- 
ufactured by the Celebrated Waterbury Clock Co. 
No. 5T7555 This clock 
not alone gives you the 
time for eight days with 
one winding, but likewise 
gives you the date of the 
month, the temperature 
of the weather and the 
condition of the atmos- 
phere, having barometer 
and thermometer attach- 
ments, as shown in the 
picture, and likewise 
strikes the hour and half- 
hour. This clock can be 
supplied in either oak or 
walnut. Itstands27inches 
high; weighs, boxed ready 
for shipment, about 17 
pounds; dial is 6 inches in 
diameter. The movement, 
one of the best manufac- 
tured, Is warranted an 
accurate timekeeper and 
we guarantee It to give 
entire satisfaction. The 
pendulum is e.xposed, the 
glass is beautifully decor- 
ated, and we believe it is 
one of tile choicest of 
clioice bargains we are 
offeringthis season. 
No. 5T7555 Priceof clock compute 83.16 

THE ELDENAN 
Eight Day Clock, 
suitable for the office, 
workshop or the 
house. Ithasacom- 
plete calendar at- 
tachment, showing 
the days of the 
month. It strikes 
the hours and half 
hours on a wire bell. 
The case stands 23 
Inches high, beauti- 
fully embossed, is 
made in either oak or 
walnut by the Water- 
bury Clock Co. and is 
guaranteed an accur- 
ate timepiece. The 
glass is handsomely 
decorated. The pen- 
dulum is a fancy one. 
N0.5T7556 Price, 

82. 70 

No. 5T7657 Same 
with cathedral gong. Prio 




Our $2.65 Cabinet Clock. 




/ .M>.»; f J,M.v.i.i i . i .MJ > > i >.W 




!i«:i.()o 

THE DIKE Cabi- 
net Clock, made by 
tile Waterbury CIock 
Co., in either oak or 
w;ilnut. It runs eight 
days with one wind- 
ing, it strikes the 
hours and half-hours 
on a wire bell. The 
case stands 23 inches 
high, Is beautifully 
carved and orna- 
mented. The dial Is 
6 inch^'s in diameter. 
This clock is war- 
ranted to give en- 
tire satisfaction. 

No. 6T7563 Price, 
. .83.50 

No. 6T7563 With 
cathedral gong»2. 80 

No. 6T7 56354 With 
alarm altach'tS3.80 



No. 5T~.'><i+ THE 
QUEENSLAND. 
Handsome Cabinet 
Clock in oak or 
walnut, as desired; 
latest design; fancy 
carved and orna- 
mented case; height, 
32 inches; dial, 6 
inches; eight-day 
movement; guaran- 
teed by the Water- 
bury Clock Company, 
strikes the hour and 
halt hour on wire 
bell. 

No. 5T7564 
Price 82.60 

No. 5T7565 With 
alarm. Price. .82. 85 

No. 5T7566 With 
gong. Price... 82.75 





No. 5T7568 
No. 5T7569 



With alarm. 

With cathedral gong. 



No. 5T7567 THE 
FLORIDA. One of tlie 
most complete cioclu 
ever offered to the 
public. It has an eight- 
day movement, guar- 
anteed by the Water- 
bury Clock Company. 
Strikes the hours and 
half-hours on a wire 
bell. It also has ther- 
mometer and barom- 
eter attachment. The 
case is of solid oak or 
walnut, as desired; 
beautifully carved, 
with ornamented door 
and fancy glass. The 
pendulum is likewise 
ornamented and very 
fancy. Stands22 inches 
high and has a si.x-incb 
dial. 

No. 5T7567 

Price 82.66 

Price 3.00 

Price... 2.86 



A Bargain 
for $3.65. 

NO.5T7570 THE 
SKYLARK. Fan- 
cy Cabinet Clock 

in solid black wal- 
nut only; very 
f.'incy ornament- 
ed and carved 
case; height, S6?i 
inches; dial, 8 
inches; fitted with 
eight-day move- 
ment; made by 
the Waterbury 
Clock Company; 
strikes hours and 
halves on wire 
bell; with calen- 
dar. 

No. 5T7570 

Price 83.65 

No. 5T7 57 1 
With cathedral 
gong.Price,83.95 





Our $4.50 
King 

Clock , 

Would Retail 

for $10.00. ' 

No. 5T7fi73 TH^ 
KING. A very 
fancy Cabinet Cloclc 
oak or ^valnut^ 

Fancy carved, with 
bronze ornaments 
and fancy French 
sash. Height, 245* 
inches; dial, ii inches; 
with eight-day move- 
ment; made by the 
Ansonia Clock Com- 
pany; strikes hours 
and halves, with fa.n-i 
cy pendulum. j 

No. 5T7 573 I 

Price 84.80 

No. 5T7574 With 
cathedral gong. 
Price 84.68 



A Handsome Parlor 
Clock, $4.50 

No. 5T7576 THE 
PKETOX. Very fan- 
cy Parlor Clock. C:ni 
furnish in either oa!;, 
walnut or mahogany, 
as desired. It is 24 
inches high; hasaslN- 
inch dial, finely carved 
ease, plate glass mir- 
rors and cupids at 
sides. Has an eight-day 
movement and strikes 
the hour ,and half- 
hour on wire bell. 
Manuf.actured by the 
Waterbury Clock Co. 
No. 5T7576 

Price 84.50 

No. 5T7577 with 
alarm. Price. ..84. 80 

No. 5T7 578 With 
gong. Price... .84.80 




The Mantel Clocks oti this page weigh, boxed, from 22 to 30 pounds. Compare our prices with those you would have lo pay any jeweler or dealer if you wish to know how much you cai 
save by buying ol us. No charges lor repairs on Watches or Clocks will be allowed unless our written consent is fifst secured ,n advance. 



II 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago. CATALOGUE No. 112. 1 15 



CUR 
HEW 



ACME QUEEN CATHEDRAL GONG CLOCK SSV^'lo $5.75 

LAST TEAK WE SOLD THIS CLOCK FOR 86.90, BUT ON ACCOUNT OF IMMENSE SALES WE WERE 
ENABLED TO GIVE A LARGER ORDER, AND PAYING SPOT CASH, WE WERE ABLE TO CUT THE 
COST THIS AMOUNT. WE ARE GIVING VOU THE ADVANTAGE OF IT "..... 



vROM THIS LARGE 
if ILLUSTRATION. 

which is engraved 
II ourartisl direct from 
photograph, you can 
rm some idea ol the 
}pearanceol this 
ock and figure, 

it must be 
lenlobe appre- 
ated. 



AT $5.75 




THIS OUR SPECIAL $5.75 CLOCK roXl>a..tr„fa7.'!i, 



No. 5T7600 



we f<irnlsh this clock complete with handsome bronze Hpure, eza(!tly Ba 
illu8tratc(i. At 84.75 we furnixh the ciocli oniy, without the lironze ligare. 
Order this clocl<, and if yiiu do not find It all and evt-n more tlian we claim for 
it, such a clock as you could not i)iiy clsewliere even at douljle tlie price, you can 
return it to us at our expense and we will cheerfully refund your money. At 

85.75 we ofTer tills hiR, liandsome clocli, complete, with large bronze figure as illastrated, as the greatest 

value \ve liave ever oll«5reti in a i»igi» grade catliedral gong 8-day clocl£. 

is a clock that we believe combines the 

good quaiitiesof all lilgh grade Waterbury mantel clocks, with 

the defects of none. This clock is covered by a Ijindinjf guarantee, and if any piece or part gives 
out hy reason ot defect in material or workm.anship, or for some reason tlie clock fails to run 
accurately, it can be returned at our expense and wo will cheerfully refund your money. 

AS A GIFT, A WEDDING OR A BIRTHDAY PRESENT 

yon cannot select anything more appropriate. One of these clocks will be useful as well as 
ornamental, and will last a generation. Notiilng handsomer for mantel ornamen- 
tation; nothing more useful than our 85.75 Acme Queen Parlor Clock. 

WHILE WE OFFER MANY RARE BARGAINS '■> <""' '^^""^ department, oirei 

IiniL.fc nt urr^n mnn l nnnc PMnUMina jhe^j ^t the manufacturers' low- 
est prices, prices as low, and in many cases even lower than dealers can buy in quantities, 
this our Special Acme Queen Cathedral Gong 8-day clock, complete with figure, at 
85.75 is the greatest clock value in our catalogue, and we recommend this clock in 
preference to all others. It is a handsome clock for mantel or shelf; for an ornament 
for the home there Is no clock made that will compare with it at anything lilte the 
price; as a timekeeper there Is nothing better. 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION. 

SIZE— Height of clock, including figure, 20 Inches; clock only, II54 Inches; 
figure only, SJ^ inches. Length of clock at base, 17!^ Inches; length of clock at top, 
15 inches. Diameter of dial, 5^^ inches. Length of bronze figure, 9 inches. 

This large, handsome bronze, nnarblelzed metal clock is made in two colors, 
black and green, in imitation of lilackand Mexican onyx, and it so closely resembles 
the genuine Mexican onyx that it cannot be detected except by an expert. Better 
than the genulneonyx, it can be cleaned with adamp cloth without injury and is guar- 
anteed never to warp or crack. This is an eight-day clock— runs eight days with one 
winding — and strikes the hours and half hours upon a perfect cathedral gong. 

This clock stands on large handsome bronze feet. It Is ornamented with lion 
head bronze side ornaments, heavy bronze panel ornaments and bronze center or- 
naments. It Is furnished with a handsome Mosaic dial In heavy gilt, 51^ Inches in 
diameter. This clock is one of the highest grade made by the Waterbury Com- 
pany. It has blued steel hands, the movement is highly polished wrought brass. 
All steel parts are oil tempered. Has the latest improved regulator and pinions, 
safety barrel and escapement. Weight, boxed ready for shipment, 36 pounds, 

NO.5T7600 Price, Acme Queen Cathedral Gong Clock $5.75 



FOR OUR 




PARLOR 
SPECIAL 



THIS CLOCK ?A>!.:.'V„; 

S3,60 Is about one-half 
what yon would pay your 
local dealer for the same 
sized clock. A clock an 
beautifully ornamented, is 
Bold by the clock com- 
panies to the retail dealers 
forS4.35. We have made a 
purchase of an immense 
quantity ; the entire cloclt is 
manufactured expressly for 
us by the renowned Water- 
l)ury Clock Company, 
located at Waterbury, Con- 
necticut, and eacn and 
every one of them is thor- 
ou^rhly guaranteed in every 
respect, and we warrant 
them to give entire satisfac- 
tion. 

DESCRIPTION OF CASE. 

I lls CLOCK CASE IS MADE OF WOOD, ;rrauon"^^mrtau«n^"f 

Tck marble. Thisclock, wiped with a damg^cloth at intervals, will always 
1< p as new. It is guaranteed not to chip, warp or wear off, and always re- 
t IS its appearance of genuine black Italian marble. 

1 C PI tlfV IC nRIIAIICUTCn with four handsome gold plated scrolls. 
_i CtiLUUK 10 UnilMmCnlCII it stands upon beautiful metal feet made 
t natch the scroll work. The dial is one of the very latestproductions, fancy 
r 000 embossed pattern. The numerals are Arabic ones. Height of clock, 12y, 
1 bes; width of clock, 9y inches; depth of clock, 4/3 inches. 

DESCRIPTION OF WOVENIENT. 

1 E MOVEMENT FITTED IN THIS CASE '^^TrlnlLTZ^lZenll 

J m eight days with one winding. It is made of the finest tempered steel and 
»iid wrought brass; it strikes the hours on a cathedral gong and the halt 
jbirsonabrassbell. You can always know the time without seeing the clock. 
1 ! hands are very fine hand sawed blue steel of the Fleur de Lis pattern. 
This clock, boxed ready for shipment, weiglis about 15 pounds. 



tj charges for repairs on watches 
clocks will be allowed unless our 
rltten consent Is first secured In 
iynnce. 



No. 5T7615 Remem- 
ber, our price for this 
beautiful clock is but.... 



$3.60 




OUR 

QUEEN 
CLYDE 

MANTEL 
CLOCK 



FOR 



$ 



3.J5 



NEVER BEFORE IN THE HISTORY OF THE CLOCK BUSINESS WAS 
EVER SUCH A FINE CLOCK OFFERED FOR THIS PRICE, $3.15. 

The wholesale clock dealers cannot buy a clock anywhere as fine as this one 
for 30 per cent more than we ask. We are able to offer this clock at the price 
because of a special concession from the manufacturer, on account of our great 

fiurchase from them of other goods. They do not make a cent profit when sell- 
ng this particular clock to us. 

DESCRIPTION OF CASF The clock case Is of wood, well seasoned and 
''^**'"'' ' '*"' ^' *»""*•■ guaranteed not to warp or crack, it is enam- 
eled in black, then polislied to a high gloss. 

THF nRNAMFNTATinil ^ beautiful gilt border of the rococo pattern 
int; wnnMHifcn IM I iwni m.ade of metal sets off the top. This is entirely a 
new idea in clock ornamentation, no other clock has it. The front of the clock 
on the base is ornamented by three beautiful gilt metal scrolls, two fine 
columns, one on each side of the dial, made in exact imitation of marble, lends 
a rich appearance to the clock; the dial is 5'4 inches in diameter with orna- 
mented sash. 

This clock stands 10^ inches high and is ISJ^ inches wide at the base. 

mMdVFMFNT is manufactured by one of the most representative 
"mwfcl"^" I clock makers in the United States. On account of the 

cut price we cannot give name. It runs eight days with one winding, strikes 
the hours and half hours on a soft toned wire bell. Weight, packed ready 
for shipment, about 16 pounds. 



No. 5T76I6 Price 



S3.15 



116 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth. Chicago. CATALOGUE No.ll2 




Regular Eight-Day Clock with Per- 
petual Calencfar Attachment 
for $6.40. 

No. fiT762 7 This 
clock iB manufactured 
by the celebrated Wa- 
terbury Clock Com- 
pany. Can be supplied 
in eitheroak or walnut. 
Stands 3H'i inches high. 
Is an eight-day clock 
and strikes the liour and 
half hour on a cathe- 
dral g"ong. It has the 
calendar attacliment, 
as siiown on the lower 
dial, which is a perpetual 
one, marking even the 
leap years without hav- 
ing to be reset. The 
dials are 8 Inches in 
diameter, mak i ng it pos- 
sible to see either time 
or date at a considerable 
distance. This clock is 

Particularly adaptedfor 
ining rooms, libraries 
and offices, although it 
can be used anywhere 
where a clock is neces- 
sary. The movement used In this clock runs for 
elgnt days witli one winding. We warrant it to be 
an accurate timekeeper and one of the best move- 
ments ever placed on the market. The parts are 
made of finely wrought brass and oil tempered steel, 
making It not alone most accurate for timekeep- 
ing, but gives it great durability. '»'he case Is 
beaatifuUy liand carved and embossed. In fact, a 
rare specimen of the cabinet maker's art. The glass 
In the door is decorated in black and gold, com- 
pleting the rich appearance of the entire clock. This 
clock would bring in the aver.age retail store no less 
than SIO.OO. See our price, S6.40. We absolutely 
guarantee it to give entire satisfaction. Weight, 
boxed for shipment, about 25 pounds. 
No. 5T7637 Price 86.40 

$3.00 Buys a Calendar Clock with 
Barometer and Thermometer. 

No. 6T7631 CALENDAR 
EIGHT -DAY CLOCK with 
thermonaeter and barometer. 

This clock has been 



Special 
Price, 
$5.00 





Second 
to none 
at the 
price. 





No. 5T7643 The New Par 
ker Pedestal Alarm Clool 
with shut ofT attachment 

Heifrhtof clock, einches; widtl 
of dial, 3V4 inches. By this lat 
shut ott' improvement you cai 
stop the alarm in an instan 
without interfering with til 
running of the clock. OlocI; 
boxed ready for sbipmeiil' 
weighs about 3'/^ pounds. r 

No. 5T7643 Price Sl,4l 



Octagon Lever, oak, 
or walnut octagon 
case or round nickel 
case. Movement is 
patent lever, is made 
by the Waterbury 
Clock Company, and 
is a good reliable time 
piece. This clock is 
especially desirable 
for offices, schools, 
churcheSj etc. . . i. 

No. 5T7646 One-day, 4-mch 

Price ..... •> 

No. 5T7649 One-day, 6-inch dial, time only. 

Woio-i.t hnvpd 2.S nounds. Price »!' 




dial, time on] 
Si.;i 



Weight, boxed, 26 pounds. Price. 



one of the greatest 
bargains t ii a t we 
have ever been able 
to offer to our cus- 
tomers. We buy 
them in immense 
quantities for spot 
cash, and the price 
at which we offer 
them will save you, 
we believe, fully 50 
per cent over the 

S rices asked by retail 
ealers. The clock 
will be furnished 
with solid black wal- 
nut or antique oak 
case, as desired, 
beautifully carved 
and ornamented. 
The height is 24 
Inches with dial 6 
Inches. The move- 
ment is one of the 
best made, and is 
warranted to be an accurate tinoekeeper; has a 
complete calendar attachment which works auto- 
matically and always indicates correctly thedayof 
the month. It has a perfect thermometer 'on one 
side and on the other a barometer. The barometer 
always indicates the condition of the atmosphere 
and always correctly foretells the probabilities of 
the weather. It is eight-day and strikes the hour and 
half hour on a wire bell. We cannot furnish It with 
alarm; in fact, an alarm should not be used on a 
cabinet clock. This clock will last a lifetime if 
properly cared for and we will guarantee satis- 
faction in every respect. Weight of clock, boxed 
ready for shipment, 17 pounds. 
No. 5T7631 Price 83.00 

A $10.00 Eight-day 
Clock with Cathe- 
dral Cong for 
$4.50. 

No. 5T7634 SENECA. 
Oak or walnut as desired. This 
clock is one of the productions 
of the Waterbury Clock Com- 
pany, and will keep time as 
well as any regulator manu- 
factured. It has an eight-day 
movement of polished brass 
that is tested and examined 
thoroughly before leaving the 
factory and tested again before 
leaving our establishment. It 
strikes the hour and halt hour 
upon a cathedral gong. 6-inch 
dial. Height of entire clock is 
33?^ inches. Has a fine wood pen- 
dulum, so it is not affected by 
heatorcold, and we believe this 
clock is second to none in style. 
Weight, boxed, 17 pounds. 
Ko, 817634 Price •4.50 



No. 5T7636 CCCROO CLOCK. Case is made of 
German oak or walnut, ornamented with inlaid 
ash, ebony and mahogany. Beautifully hand carved 
throughout, strikes the hour and half-hour on a 
gong the cuckoo appears and calls at the same time. 
Height of clock, 21 inches; width, 14 Inches. The 
movement is m.ade in the Black Forest, Germany, 
of the finest tempered steel and polished brass, finely 
finished and adjusted, guaranteed to be a good time 
keeper. The two weights are copper finished iron 
ones and the hands and figures are of bleached white 
bone. One of the most artist ic ornaments for a par- 
lor ever made. Weight, boxed, 25 pounds. „, .„ 

No. 6T7636 Price S5.00 



German 
Cuckoo 
Clock. 



Our Special 
Price, $7.30. 





8eth Thoma 
This is tlie gem 
ine old reliab 
Seth Thorns 
Weight Cloc 
made by the Se' 
Thomas Cloc 
Company, ( 
Thomaston.Con 
The case has ros 
wood or walnt 
finish, with 
day weight strl 
movement;heig 
25'A inches. 
No. 517651 

Price »4.i 

N0.6T7653 Wi 
eight-day welg 
strike niovemei, 
height29J41nchi 
Weight, boxe, 
37 pounds. 

S-o. 5T7663 
I'rice •8,' 



DROP OCTAGON. 
Has solid oak or tine 
veneered case. Move- 
ment is made by the 
Waterbury Clock Com- 
pany and is thoroughly 
reliable. Is designed 
tor offices, schools or 
churches. . 

No. 5T7658 Eight- 
day, 10-inch dial; time 
only. Price S3.96' 

No. 5T7661 Eight- 
day, 10-inch dial: time 
only, with calendar. 

Price S3.25 

No. 5T7e64 Eight- 
day, 10-inch dial; 
strikes hours and 
halves, with calendar. 

Price ..S3. 80 

No. 5176(87 Eight- 
day, 12-inch dial; time 
only. Weight, boxed. 
25 pounds. Price,»3..o 




No. 5T7640 CCCKOO. Case made of German 
oak or walnut, hand carved bird top, hand carved 

oak leaves. The entire carving on this clock is done 
by hand by the natives of the Schwarzwald, Ger- 
many, and is especially fine and artistic. The fig- 
ures are accurate and lifelike. The njovement is 
made of the very finest tempered steel and highly 
wrought brass. It is finely finished and perfectly 
adjusted. The weights are copper finished iron ones 
Tlie hands and figures are bleached white bone. It 
strikes the hour and half hour on a gong.a cuckoo 
appears and calls at the same time. Height. 18 
inches; width, 14 inches. Weight, boxed, 20 pounds^ 
No. 5T7640 Price »7.dO 




No. 5T7676 



Nos. 5T7658 to 5T76'^ 

No.5T7670EI|;- 
day, 12-ineh d; 
strikes hour il 
halt hour. 

Price »3» 

N0.5T7673EI t 
day, 12- inch d i 
time only, with.- 
endar. Price.Sa" 
NOTE-The hell 
of the clocks v<> 
10- inch dial Isl 
inches; la-lB 
dial, 33!4inch< 

No. 5T76« 
Regulator. I' 
solid oak orbal- 
some veneered and i J 
fine finished ca' 
Height, 32 inches, ' 
12-inch dial; has very 
eight-day movem<" 
with calendar; mad* 
the Waterbury C» 
Company, has wood '• 
duluni rod, which is » 
affected by chang*^' 
temperature, and ' 
very fine time p^^ 
makes a very Bne(* 
clock or regulator. 
Weight, boxe< 

Sounds. ,j 

:o.5T767«Prlce.t" 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chicago 



CATALOGUE No. 112. 117 



Beautiful Gilt Mantel, Desk or 
Bureau Clock, SI.IO. 

No. 6T7703 or No. 5T7703 
Order by number the clock 
yon want for 
81.10. Runs 
3 6 hours 
with one 
windiag. Has 
3-inch dial, 
with fine 
French bevel- 
edglass.Clock 
stands six 
Indies high, 
and is manu- 
factured by 
tlieWaterbury 
t'looli Co. We 
guarantee this 
Weight, boxed 




, 5T7703 



No. 5T7- 



t)Ck to give entire satisfaction. _ . 

lady for shipment, about 2!4 pounds. „. , „ 

,No. ST7703 Price Sl.lO 

NO.ST7703 Price I-IO 

he Sardis Mantel Clock for $4.75. 

WITH HAND PAINTED PORCELAIN 
PLAQUE. 

No. BT7 705 A new cre- 
aon of the Waterbury 
lock Co. Runs eight days 
1th one winding; stands 11 
iChes high; width. 6% 
LChes. The case is Ronaan 
Ut, with hand painted 
jrcelain plaeque. The dial 
2H inches in diameter, of 
'Ory colored hand painted 
Drcelain. The sasn is fine 
lit and fitted with beveled 
lass. A more dainty, beau- 
ful clock cannot be imag- 
led. It Is the ideal clock 
)r your parlor mantel. As 
wedding present you can 
ot select a better gift. 
Jelght, boxed, ready for 
jinment, about 25 pounds. 
Ho. 6T7705 Price. 84.75 

$7.00 Webster Mantel Clock. 

18 EQUAL WOULD COST «lO.0O TO 813.00 
AT RETAIL. 




Our $4.15 Iron Clock. 

No. 5T7713 

THE 

TWEED. The 

case of this 
very hand- 
some clock 
B cast of line 
Rrraiiii'd Iron. 
' I is polislicd 
and enariiclcd 
to the highest 
degree. It is 
almost Impos- 
sible to tell it 
from a gen- 
uinemarble 
lock.Man- 
I f ac tured 
,11(1 guar- 
anteed by the New Haven Clock Company. Has a 
tieautlful 6-inch dial with fancy figures. On the 
front of the clock there is a hand cut scroll and on 
the sides are ornamental grifiins made of bronze. 
It rests upon bronze feet. Eight-day movement and 
strikes the hours and half hours on a gong, 
boxed, 20 to 23 pounds. 
N0.5T7713 Price 




Weight, 
84.16 





At SI.OO the Webster Mantel Clock, made of 
ironze, by the Waterbury Clock Co. This clock 
uns eight days, strikes the hours and half-hours on 
. deep toned cathedral gong. Stands 12H inches 
Ugh; width. 14?i inches; dial, 4>< inches. As a par- 
oromament this grand clock is unsurpassed; the 
leslgn is a masterpiece, executed by master artists. 
?he carving is elaborate and well defined, the figure 
8 life like; in fact, we cannot by words or illustra- 
tonhalf do justice to this our great Webster clock 
iKgaln. Weight, boxed ready for shipment, about 
pounds. _. „„ 

No. 5T7 707 Price »7.00 

No. 5T7708 Same as above, done In rich roman 
;old plate. Price »9.00 

The Durham Design, $4.50. 

li LOW PRICED AND YET A FINE APPEAR- 
ING AND GOOD TIME-KEEPING CLOCK. 

No. S T 7 7 1 O 

This clock is 

made by the 

' Waterb'ry Clock 

Co. The case is 
highly enameled 

Eolished wood, 
as dead black 
columns with gilt 
bases, caps and 
ornaments. An 
entirely new de- 
sign. Makes a 
I handsome ap- 
pearance i n 
any parlor or 
dining room. 
I It strikes the 
lOurs on cathedral gong, and the halt hours on metal 
lell, thus distinguishing the hours from the halt 
lours. It is warranted to run eight d,ays with one 
finding. Keeps accurate time. It has S^-inch 
I, with ornamented sash, is 11^ inches high and 
Inches wide. Weight, boxed, ready for ship- 
it, 17 to 20 pounds. 
b. 6T7710 Price •4.50 



Our $3.50 Eight-Day Clock. 

Our Duchess. 

The case is 
handsomely en- 
ameled wood with 
gilt ornaments 
and gilt engrav- 
ings. An exact 
duplicate ot a 
French marble 
pattern and is 
manufactured by 
the Waterbury 
Clock Co. It runs 
eight days and 
strikes the hours 

on a deep toned , , ,, 

cathedral gong, and the halt hours on a metal bell 
Has handsome S's-lnch dial with ornamented sash. 
Height. lOH inches; width, 12H inches. Weight, 
boxed, 20 to 24 pounds. _„ _ 

No. 6T7713 Price 83.50 

A Special $5.30 Bargain. 

A VERY HANDSOME DESIGN. 

lNo.5T7718 
One of the 
richest ap- 
pearing clocks 
ever placed 
upon the mar- 
ket for the 
money. It is 
manufactured 
and guar- 
anteed by 
the Wa- 
terbury 
.('lock Co. 
iThe move- 
ment is a 

brass one, highly polished in all parts, pivolii, hair 
spring and main spring of the finest temijered stee_l, 
and guaranteed to bean accurate timekeeper. It 
strikes tlie half hours upon a brass bell, beautifully 
toned, and the hours upon a cathedral gong, llie 
height is 10% inches, width 16H inches. It is hand- 
somely embellislied by gilt ornaments and marble- 
izing. and would last a lifetime if taken care of. 
The dial of this clock is one of the most beautiful 
in the market and is 5!4 inches in diameter. Aratii.- 
figures, and a French rococo sash. Co or ot the 
clock is black, being an imitation of black marble. 
A soft cotton cloth keeps this clock renewed for 
years. Weight, boxed, 20 to 25 pounds. _, ,-- 

N0.5T7718 Price 86.30 

Handsome Iron Clock for $4.85. 

BEAUTIFULLY ORNAMENTED. 



$3.25 Buys a $7 .GO Walnut Clock. 

No. 6T7723 
THE COR- 
INTH I A N. 

A very 
ban d s o m e 

walnut frame, 
hand e n- 
gravcil and 
handcarved 

height of 
clock, 1854 
in c lies; 14 
inches wide; 
dial, 5Vi 
Inches Id 
d i ameter. 
Has a cathe- 
dral gong, 
a halt-hour 
slow strik- 
ing arrange- 
ment. The 
movement is 
an eight- 
day, guaran- 
teed by the 
A n so n i a 
Clock Co. 
This clock 

a very handsome American perforated dial. 

Weight, boxed, 20 to 35 pounds. 
N0.5T7733 Price »d..«« 

Our $6.00 Mantel Clock. 




has 






No. 6T77 31 THE GEORGIAN.*. A very hand- 
some Iron clock with columns of marbleized Iron on 

each side. Has beautiful rich gilt scroll engravings 
on the front of clock. The dial is a very handsome 
gilt French effect with fancy ornamented hands. 
Has beautiful raised ornamented iron feet. The 
entire clock is thoroughlv polished and enameled to 
represent black marlile. F.ight-day movement;strikes 
the hours and half hours on a cathedral gong. 
Height. Wi inches; width, 144 inches; dial, 6 inches. 
Weight, boxed, 20 to 25 pounds. 
N0.5T7731 Price 84.85 





The Levue Mantel Clock, manufactured by the 
Waterbury Clock Co., and is guaranteed to give en- 
tire satisfaction. Tills clock runs eight days with 
one winding, strikes the hours on a cathedral gone 
and the half hours on a metal bell. Clock Is 11 inches 
high and 13i4 inches wide; the dial iVn inches in di- 
ameter, dial sash handsomely ornamented. The ca.se 
is a beautiful design in black enameled iron, with 
bronze columns, column caps and bases, feet and 
massive ornament below the dial, done in fine gilt. 
Weight, boxed ready for shipment. 20 to 25 pounds. 

No. 6T7 735 Price 86.00 

Rare Value fc $6.50. 

No. 5T7729 
THE STOCK- 
WELL. Very 
handsome 
iron c as e, 
black enam- 
eled and pol- 
ished to rep- 
resent mar- 
ble. It is 
trimmed with 
beaut iful 
scrolls of gilt 
trimmings 
with raised 
and chased 
ornamentations constituting thescrolls. The height 
of the clock is WV, inches; width 13H inches; dial 5 
inches. Tliedialhasa beautiful border of French 
design. The movement is an eight-day movement 
with a half hour gong striking attachment. Made 
by the Ansonia Clock Company. Weight, boxed, 
20 to 23 pounds. 

No. 6T7 7 39 Price Sb.50 

A $12.50 Clock for $5.75. 

No. 5T7 733 
THE 
BALMOR.iL 

Iron frame, 
enameled in 
black, highly 
polished 
throughout, 
beautiful gilt 
ornaments at 
both sides 
of dial and 
bottom, 
rests upon 
feet like- 
wise made (s^ -' 
of fine gilt bronze, richly chased and ornamented. 
Height ot clock. lO'ii inches; width. 13?i inches; dial. 
6 inches. We can supply either pearl or white dial 
as desired. Movement is an eight-day movement, 
strikes the hours and half hours upon a cathedral 
gong. Manufactured and guaranteed by the New 
Haven Clock Company. Weight, boxed, 30 to 25 lbs. 
N0.5T7733 Price •5.76 




118 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO., Cheapest Supply House on Earth, Chica go. CATALOGUE No.li2. 
Rich Imitation Onyx Clocl< for $4.50. 




NO.ST1750 ONRONT- 
NO. Manufactured by 
the world famed Seth 
Thomas Clock Company, 
of Thomanton.Conn. This 
clock is finished with the 
wonderful adamantine 
Unlsh, equal to the finest 
genuine onyx or marble 
clock made. It will not peel 
or chip off, as cheap enam- 
el on iron or wood clocks 
at times do. A soft, damp 
cloth renews it. The top 
of the clock Is the beauti- 
ful Queen Anne style, the 
base beautifully orna- 
mented with fancy Greek 
feet of solid metal, at the 
sides the clock has two 
ornaments of solid bronze 
representing the head of 
an African lion holding a 
ring hanging pendant 
from its mouth. The sash 
of the clock is a beantif ul 
_,, J, , , ,^ .. French rococo design. 
The dial is a beantif ul plain dial with Arabic figures. The clock itself is one 
of the finest movements manufactured by the Seth Thomas people and is f uUy 
warranted in every particular. It goes eight days with one winding. Has 
beautiful cathedral gong upon which is struck the hours and half hours. If 
not exactly as described and the most wonderful bargain that you ever saw 
return It to us and we will refund the amount remitted. ' 

No. 5T7 7 60 Price, each (Weight, boxed, about 20 pounds. ) S4.50 

Rare Value for $4.75. 

N0.5T7759 Abeautiful mi i , ,,, 

adamantine finished bSS^^S^il^LS-^isihl^jr:^ .:r.0--1"' . 5 5:_ _ ___^^^ 
clock manufactured by ^^T^^^^r^H^^^^BHB^BBBBftP***^*piiSi 
tbe Seth Thomas Clock 
Company. The movement 
of this clock is a very fine 
hand wrought brass move- 
ment, oil tempered steel 
parts, agate drawn hair 
spring and main spring, 
conical pivots, patent pin- 
ions, in fact, a movement 
such as we know and can 
warrant to give aLjolate 
satisfaction In every re- 
spect. The case has a 
wonderful adamantine 
finish which never dulls, 
but Is always beautiful as 
If newly polished. It 
guaranteed not to wear 
orchipoff; wipe it with a 
damp cloth when you wish 
to renew it and tne clock 

will shine forth as when it left the factory. A beautiful figurehead of .lupiter 
In solid bronze ornaments the sides, bronze feet molded In the shape of lion's 
claws, beautifully hand engraved and hand chased. Hand engraved scrolls 
of various designs ornament the front. The dial is a very beautiful genuine 
porcelain dial, 5 inches in height, with Arabic figures. This clock stands II 
Inches high and U inches long, and would not fail to give vou perfect satis- 
faction. This clock goes eight days with one winding; strikes the honrs 

and half hours upon a cathe- 
dral gong. Warranted to keep 
accurate time for five years, 
but with care will last a natu- 
ral lifetime. Weight of clock 
when boxed is about 20 pounds. 
No. BT7759 I'rice S4.73 



Our Edgemere Queen Mantel Clock at $5.20. 





A MOST 
HANDSOME 
ORNAMENT 

No. 6T7754 
Price, complete... $5. 95 

No. 6T77S5 
Clock, alone, without 
figure $4.95 

No. 5T7753 
Figure alone, price.$1. 00 



5T7754 




No. 5T7766 OUR EDGEMERE QUEEN mantel clock. Thelatestai 
newest design In clocks. This is one of the Seth Thomas Clock Oo 's lat« 
productions. The case is mahogany, covered with a transparent mat«rl 
called adamantine, guaranteed impervious to dust, damp and age. A dat 
cloth keeps it new and polished forever. It is always glossy, always as d< 
and one of the richest appearing clocks ever placed on the market. 

Dimensions of clock-Height, IIK Inches; length, 16H inches; depth,( 
Inches. The movement is one of the latest Improved Seth Thomas cloi 
movements. It is guaranteed to keep accurate time. It runs eight days wl 
one winding, the parts are guaranteed fine wrought polished brass and ( 
tempered steel. It strikes the hours and half hours upon a cathedral gor 
The case not alone having this wonderful adamantine finish, but is orn 
niented with two gilt Hon heads, one each end. The front of the clock is orn 
mented by four beautiful columns, topped and based with fine gilded met 
orn:inienls. The entire clock rests upon four beautiful gilded feet, exactly 
shown in illu.stratlon. The dial is one of the latest Parisian patterns, gifdi 
and beautifully executed; the design is brought out most elaborately. Dial 
^'i Indies In diameter, making It possible for you to see the time from qult€ 
distance. We consider this one of the most artistic, one of the most beautif 
clocks on the market. It embodies the perfections of all, and the faul 
of none. Weight, boxed, about 20 pounds. i 

No. ST7 766 Price, tacli gg.j 

Beautiful Mantel 
Clock for $5.50. 

No. 5T7 767 DANDY, 
very handsome mantel cloc! 

a most excellent imitation c 

Mexican onyx, and unless It 

examined very closely no oi 

would believe that It was m 

a real onyx clock. It holds 

beautiful polish and wit 

proper care will last allfi 

time. If the case gets solU 

or dirty it can be wiped o 

with a damp cloth. Has fane 

bronze feet In artistic deslg 

and side dragon head mett 

ornaments. The base is tl 

Corinthian style base. Length of clock 17 Inche 

height, im inches. Has an eight-day movemen 

made by the old reliable Seth Thomas Clock CoB 

pany of Thomaston, Conn. Strikes honrs and ha 

hours on cathedral gong bell: regulated bypater 

regulator without touching the pendulum. Weigh 

boxed, about 20 pounds. No. 5T7767 Price »S.8 

A $9.00 Mantel Clock for $5.00 




Clock and ornament boxed ready 
for shipment weighs 25 pounds. 



THE BEAUTY 

ONE OF THE FINEST AND 
MOST BEAUTIFUL CLOCKS 
EVER MANUFACTURED. 

Wecontrarted with the factory to use an im- 
naense quantity and we believe we will use 
three times the numljer ordered. We quote 
^'^ ■ •* ""heard of before, for a clock of 
this high standard of make. The case is a 
grandly constructed piece of work; 
height, without ornament, 11 Inches; 
base, 17 inches; with ornament, 
clock stands 19 Inches high. 
The movement is manufac- 
tured by the Seth Thomas 
Clock Company, of world wide 
fame, and is guarsinteed to keep ac- 
curate time. It runs for eight days 
with one winding. The parts are 
made of fine wrought polished brass 
and oil tempered steel. It strikes 
the hours and half hours upon 
a cathedral gong that is toned 
with the church bells. The case Is 
adamantine finished and highly 
polished and can be cleaned with- 
out Injury with a damp cloth; no 
other make clocks have this won- 
derful flnisb. You can al- 
ways keep your clock as 
new. Foot and side orna- 
ments are of highly bur- 
nished bronze. It is, in fact, 
a cl'"H:k for the price such as 
you havo never seen before. 

No. 5T7754 Price, 
complete with figure. . 8S.96 
No. 5T7766 Price, 

without figure 4.9S 

No. 6T7 753 Figure 
alone, price 1.00 




No. 5T7781 LEONARD, manufactured by til 
Seth Thomas Clock Co., a clock company so wel 
known throughout the United States that to enlarg 
upon their reliability would be a waste of space. Tfr 
Leonard Is one of the very latest designs; it has th 
wonderful adamantine finish. The base of this clocl 
measures 17 inches; beautiful bronze ornaments em 
hellish the sides; the base isornamented with beauti 
ful hand chased bronze feet. The front of the clocl 
is beautifully engraved by hand.and then Inlaid wltl 
gilt, making a beautiful contrast between the blacl 
and the gilt. The top of the clock is made in imlta 
tlon of beantlfol green onyi, so perfect an imitatlo 
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A Final Reckon- 
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The Boy Knight 
Bonnie Prince 
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Jack Archer 
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Boy Life on the Frontier. 

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Swiss Family 
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The Dalton Brothers. 

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\o.3T3'~<>6 Hound In paper. Price 20c 

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Famous Frontiersmen, Pioneers and 
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The Younger Brothers. 

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Woodland Favorites The Prodigal Son 

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Christ Walking on the Sea 
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1 series of five books illustra- a,— - — "- ■ ■■ ■*^., 

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Our Lord's Paraliles 

3ur Lord's Miracles 

Dur Saviour 

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Fuss In Boots. 
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Mother Hubbard Cinderella 

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Story of Jesus 

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Mother Goose Complete Melo dies. 

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Palmer Cox's Juvenile 
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Bible Stories for Chil- 
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Sunnyside Farm ABC Book. 

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Bells of London Town. (Contains flags, sig- 

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Finishing Touches. 

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MEDICAL WORKS. 

Advice to a Mother. 

On the niana^eiucnt of Her ciiitiiren and on the 

Treatment on the Muaient of Some of Their More 

PreBsiiigr Illnesses and Accidents. Revised by 

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Advice to a Wife. 

On the Manageiueat of Her Own Health and on 
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Creative Life; 

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Dr. Foote's Plain Home Talk. 

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Karezza. 

Kthics ot Marriage. By Alice B. 
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Koradine. 

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A Manual of Nursing. 

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Tlie Ladies' New Niedical Guide. 

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