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VOGUE, a charmingly illustrated, high-grade fashion weekly.
Smart gowns its specialty. Intended only for persons who dress well and who appreciate first-class illustrations and literature. A distinctly “different” and interesting periodical. Not a common paper. Social topics and information. Answers to correspondents. Short stories.
Stage and book gossip. Foreign letters. Excellent fashion articles. What and where to buy in the shops. Sub
scription : One year, $4.00. Three months, $1.00. Single copies, 10 cents. No free sample copies. If $4.00 be sent at once with this advertisement, VOGUE will be sent free until January, 1898, besides all of 1898. See corner of this advertisement for special offer.
Also See VOGUE Advertisement on Page 82
CUT OFF THIS CORNER SPECIAL OFFER.–For 26 cents in 2-cent stamps, sent with this corner cut from VOGUE advertisement in December SCRIBNER'S, VOGUE will be sent by mail to any address for the remainder of this year, 1897. Remit to VOGUE, 154 Fifth Avenue, New York. This offer is to make VOGUE thoroughly known to new
OLUME XXII. (July '97-December '97) is now
For a very small charge your six numbers will be bound in one handsome cloth book at any of the following agencies (in strong blue cloth, 40 cents; in buckram, with gilt top, 75 cents):
[If to be returned by mail or express 30 cents extra per volume should be included]
117 Wabash Avenue 340 Washington Street 1113 Arch Street 61-65 West 4th Street 5-11 Peters Street 711-712 Kittridge Building
DENVER-JNO. L. CURLEY,
KANSAS CITY-BRYANT & DOUGLAS BOOK AND STATIONERY COMPANY, 1002 Walnut Street
ST. PAUL-ST. PAUL BOOK AND STATIONERY COMPANY,
SAN FRANCISCO-E. B. BULL,
502 Bank of Commerce Fifth and St. Peter Streets 119-121 Phelan Building 42 Goff Street 516 Oregonian Building
NEW HAVEN-J. M. FLANNERY,
PORTLAND, OREGON-A. L. MCLEOD,
CHICAGO-A. C. MCCLURG & Q.,
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 153-157 Fifth Avenue, New York
The half-yearly contents for Vol. XXII. will be sent to any reader upon request