October 20, 1900. In the window of a provincial grocer's shop this week, a somewhat novel display has been made, consisting exclusively of brushes and similar goods arranged as artistically as possible as to attract the notice of passers by. The effect is to call particular attention to the sale of such wares at popular prices by the grocer in question, and it is a good thing to bring the public's attention to departments in this way. A fresh attraction is also provided for effective window display; new ideas may be developed if the experiment turns out to be a success. {{COUNTERPOINT }}