MOTHER GOOSE. (ADVERTISING) WYANDOTTE SODA AND BELL STARCH RHYMES; OR FATHER GANDER'S SEQUEL TO MOTHER GOOSE written by Two Goslings - by Paul West. Wyandotte, Michigan: Wyandotte Soda, no date, circa 1898. 3 1/3 x 5 1/2", pictorial wraps, 20p. + covers, VG. The text includes traditional Mother Goose rhymes plus rhymes adapted to include mention of the benefits in using Wyandotte Soda or Bell Starch. "Three little maids from school are we / Dressed in lawn and dimity / And to you we bring the news / BELL STARCH is the best to use." Illustrated with charming chromolithographs on almost every page (one illustrations shows George Dewey speaking to a patriotic crowd). The author Paul West is best known for writing the Pearl and the Pumpkin illustrated by Denslow.