The above design always proves a great attraction. The idea is to represent an Indian camp in the woods, and is executed in the following manner: Construct a tent by means of a pole inserted in the hub of a small sized buggy-wheel. Cover the teepee with red and blue canton flannel or woolen flannel. In front leave a V-shaped entrance, such as always found in Indian wigwams. From the entrance let protrude about half the body of a full-fledged Indian. The dummy may be made by taking a linen duster and stuffing it with paper, with a stick inserted in the neck on the outer end of which wrap cotton batting. Over the face fasten an Indian false face. Now carefully wrap a red blanket around the dummy, leaving only the head exposed. This dummy should be laid at the entrance to the wigwam with the lower part of the body hidden from view by the folds of the tent, and with the head pillowed by a small log of wood. In the corner construct an Indian or Gypsy camp fire. Make a tripod with three rough sticks and suspend the kettle in the conventional fashion. Underneath the kettle spread some sand, ashes and firewood in a semi-careless manner. The floor of the window should be covered with sod if available. If not, rugs will answer; or, green-figured calico puffed underneath so as to resemble grass. If any Indian curiosities or relics can be secured, or a bow and arrow or an old gun, they will lend reality to the picture. Another addition is to make a wooden frame to fit the window and cover it with shirred green calico, and place flush with the window. It may be depended upon that this display will be sure to draw a crowd.