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MIK NOHKOhK NKWH : I'MIIDAV , KKBHUAKY 2 1DOB
NEDRA3KANS PREDICTED THOMP
TOLD MEXICO ALL AUOUT HIM
Secretary of Stntc Gnlushn ami W. N.
Muse of Norfolk nrc Credited In mi
Interview In Mexico City With Toll.
Ing About Thompson.
A copy of Iho Dally llocord of Mo\-
Ion City , mi American nownpupor pub
llshod In tlial foreign country , of UN
Issue of Thursday. .Inmiary 18 , lias
boon received by Tlio News from UK
editor of the Kocord. A column story
on tlio front JMIRO tcllH how two No
brankans Secretary of Hlato A. ( la
lusha of Lincoln anilV. . N. Huso of
Norfolk gave to Mexico tlio ne
Hint Mr Thompson would without
doubt he appointed as ambassador Ir
tluvt ( < > iiintry 1'iotii Iho Unlleil Stalen
Their nrodlollou lo Mexico haH been
fullUloi ) within Hie past few days.
\ Hie paper lias arrived here ahead
of Mr HUHO and as Iho latter In not In
town to bond It off , the contents of tin
urtlolo In tlio Mexican paper arc reprinted
printed below :
Among tin1 most prominent mem
bi ra of the Sllllwell party. In the city
are A ( tiilusha of Lincoln , Nebraska
secretary of state ; \V. N. Huso of Nor
folk. Nebraska , editor of the NorfoH
Dally News and onn of Iho moHt prom
ineni newspaper men in inu west , nun
I' M lloncbraUo of Topeka , Kansas ,
cashier of the First National bank.
Mr Oiilusha and Mr. HIIHO are per
sonal frlemlR of David U. ThompHon ,
whose appointment , as ambassador to
Mexico lias presumably been held up
for some reason by tlio senate , and np
to dale lias not been continued. In an
Interview this morning , Mr. ( iiilusha ,
who Is In a position to know , tbrows
considerable. Unlit on ( be personality
of ( be new ambassador and his ap
"I tblnk. " said Mr. ( Jalitsha , "Hint
llio pi'oplo of Mexico and the press
hnvo been mistaken ahonl the appointment -
ment of Mr. Thompson being Hunt lethe
the senate and Hint body has failed to
confirm It. It lias never been sent to
( be senate at all. When It Is yon may
rest assured that It will bo confirmed
without any hesitancy. Mr. Thomp
son IH a warm personal friend of Pres
ident Koosevolt and there Is not a sin
gle objection tlio senate could advance
against sncb an appointment. There
Is no doubt that Mr. Thompson will be
the next ambassador to Mexico and
when he comes you will see a man
who Is the peer of any American over
sent bore by Iho United States. He Is
a diplomat and a natural born leader
of men. Ho has dignity without a
llourlsh and Is a business man rather
than a social leader. Any man win
can attend to his own affairs as sue
cessfully as Mr. Thompson has done
can certainly succeed In the Important
post that will bo .assigned to htm
Americans affairs will never drift
while Mr. Thompson Is at the mast
head , for bis band Is llrm for Amerleii
and Americans. They can so to the
now ambassador and get an audience
"He has no ambitions socially and
believes that the government sends
representatives abroad to bo useful to
their countrymou In a foreign laud ,
rather than for social displays which
liave caused so much complaints
among Americans hero.
"Mr Thompson Is a man of great
will and broad principles , but neither
wealth nor position has marred the
llnest sensibilities of the distinguished
NobrasUan. Not long ago bo gathered
np all the poor people lu Omaha and
gave them a special train outing and
dinner at bis own expense , glad to got
the opportunity and didn't want It
mentioned. Honor and fellow-feeling
have made him the Idol of his state
and bis absence would bo a public loss
to Nebraska. "
Mr. Huso corroborated all that had
been said by Mr. Dalusha , and de
clared that a hotter combination of
heart and brains could not bo found In
the length and breadth of the United
States than David Thompson , and that
Americans In Mexico would bo favored
by such an appointmoiit. "Ho will bo
the ambassador , " said Mr. Huso , "and
when his appointment Is sent to the
senate Nebraska will glvo you a man
who will glvo you an Idea of what a
real ambassador Is lIUo. "
Prom the above , it Is to bo presumed
that Mr. Thompson Is likely to bo ap
pointed yet. If his friends have not
overestimated him , Mexico will get a
man made of the right sort of stuff
who will bind the republics together
with bands of steel and an alliance
that the world will envy. If the Ne
braska gentlemen have measured the
loyalty , tlio honor and capacity of
David E. Thompson accurately It Is to
be hoped that no time will bo lost in
his appointment and continuation.
FREE GARDEN SEEDS.
County Attorney Jack Koenlgsteln
Gets Supply From McCarthy.
County Attorney Jack Koenigstoln
received a mall sack full of garden
seeds today for distribution among
the farmers of the neighborhood. The
seeds were sent by Congressman J. J.
ELKS INITIATE FIVE.
Tempestuous Voyage Over Rough Seas
Five pilgrims were marched across
the burning desert sands and sailed
across tempestuous seas In leaking
ships Saturday night at the Elks lodge.
UK Mmu > few houifl of perlln < ncoun
U ITI | they were duly enrolled as new
incinber IUIIOUK the elect. They Were
,1 Karle Harper. Dr. H. W. Valller , C.
W. Mehiillold , It. K. Williams and Dr.
Kin * of HarlliiKlon.
REVIVAL MEETINGS END.
Mr. Cnntwell Will Open Meetings nt
Plalnvlew Next Week.
The aerie * of revival meetliiKH
which have boon held In Norfolk foi
noveralcckn , cloned hint night and
HvuiinellHt Cantwell , Iho rovlvallfit ,
left today for Ills home In BI. Paul ,
Minn , lie expeclH to return within a
week to mart a series of revival meet-
IIIKH at Pl.ilnvlew under the supervi
sion of llev. .1. .1. Parker.
NO OTHER SORT OF INDUSTRY
WILL OCCUPY BUILDINGS.
DECISION OF INDUSTRIAL CO.
Efforts arc Doing Made Now to Induce
II. G. Leavltt to Invest Here Sonic
Local Cnpltnl Will be Placed Into
There will bo another beet sugar
factory operating In the old buildings
within two years , according to the
plans now maturing among members
of the Norfolk Industrial company.
Until It Is definitely proved that a
sugar factory cannot , no located in ino
building no other proposition will be
Since the removal of the sugar fac
tory the acreage of beets grown lu
the vicinity has Increased steadily.
La Hi. year SUfl acres wore planted and ,
although Iho resnltH were discourag
ing , owing to heavy rains and worms ,
the acreage for this year promises to
be larger than last. As the cause of
the removal of the factory was the
small aeroago of beets grown , condi
tions are now changing so that a now
factory will start with an assurance of
no dllllcully In the very mutter that
was the direct cause of the failure and
removal of the old plant.
It Is planned to Interest $ 250.000 of
nilHldo capital and add to that $150 ,
00 of local capital to make up Ihonow
apltal. The grounds and buildings
> f the present company will be put li
tt their exact valuation and an at
empl bo made to sell enough steel
imong fanners and beet producers l <
irlug up the entire amount lo $ IGO,000
, Vlth this much local capital Interestei
mil divided among men directly later
sled In the welfare of the fac.tor.\
Ittle dllllcrtlly with a short acreage o
leets Is anticipated.
An attempt has been made to Intel
st 11. 0. Leavltt , who owns the fac
: ory at Ames , In the now proposition
He has not shown any great. Interest li
ho proposition as yet but It Is fel
hat his other plants and Improvt
iiontH are absorbing all of his enei
; les at present , hast fall ho doublet
the capacity of his Ames factory ant
this year ho will build a factory noa
North I'lutto. When he has eomplet
ed this project he will probably bo In
position to look over thn Norfolk prop
osition. In the matter of establishing
a weighing station bore he has shown
great consideration for Norfolk and
has shown himself thoroughly in sym
pathy with local conditions. This Is
what the local people deslro In the
management of the factory when It
satrts up again.
If It is Impossible to Interest Mr.
Leuvltt lu the local factory an attempt
will bo nmdo to secure some other out
The conditions at Lamar , where tin
old factory removed to , wore anything
but satisfactory according to roporh
that have been received from there
The beets grown by Irrigation provei
low In siiirar contents and the smrai
was dllllcult to separate. So results
were not as good as obtained at Nor
folk. On account of this some sug
gested that an attempt be made to
bring that machinery back to Norfolk.
This , however , lias met with oimsldor-
able opposition and It Is doubtful If
enough of the stock of the Industrial
company could bo Induced to permit
of their return. So the capital for a
new sugar factory must be looked for
BUYS NEW HOUSE.
S. R. Carney Buys Home From E. J.
Godfrey on Madison Avenue.
E. .1. Godfrey has disposed of his
residence on Madison avenue near
Twelfth street to S. II. Carney. Mr.
Carney will make the now house his
home after February 1.
LUIKART RECOVERS RAPIDLY.
Tllden Banker Is Fast Regaining His
Strength in Omaha Hospital.
Miss Stella Luikart left today for
Omaha where she went to visit her
brother , 15. H. I.ulkart of Tlldeu , who
is now recovering from the effects of
a surgical operation for appendicitis.
A letter received yesterday stated that
Mr. Lulkart was recovering rapidly
and satisfactorily from the effects ol
Several Propositions on New Depot
are Placed Before Htm.
Mayor Friday Is a very busy man
Ho has had several informal proposl
tions placed before his notice for the
granting of concessions to the North
western railroad. They will probablj
hold another consultation with him before -
fore the next meeting of the council.
DENVEn COMMERCIAL TRAVELER
SUCCUMUS IN HOTEL.
IIS WIFE ARRIVES TOO LATE
Compelled to Wait In Dcnvnr for n
Train All Day Saturday , While Her
Husband Lay Dying , She Left Home
Just an Hour Dcforc the End Cnmc.
U'llli no one hut a trained nurxo at
IH ! hcilMlilr anil In Iho heart of a conn-
ry whi'ro ho had worked for OIIH >
wcnly years , Sainuol .1. Harrow , a
'iiiiuiifiTial traveler from Denver , died
ale Saturday afternoon In hlH room at
lie 1'aclllc hotel. Ills wlfo loft Den-
er an hour bcforo hlB death In Un
til lie hope that Hliu illicit reach ! IH !
ledslde In tlinii to nee him alive. The
liter InncllncHH of hlH death was
diced iiKiilH anil a aln by Mr. Harrow
IK ho lay ( in Iho borderline ( if con
iHiicHH anil Hpolu ) Incessantly of
if hlH homo and lilH family.
Mr. Harrow was Ili-Bt taken 111 about
on dayn nn < i al Oakdale and WIIH miler -
lor the doctor's care ( hero for cry-
lpehiH for a week. On Tliurndny he
eft hlH bed and came to Norfolk
ifaliiHl Hie advice of thn phyHlclan.
le had but a fortnight's -work before
10 could return to Denver and liiH
family , lie bail decided lo do tlilH
work and then K < > homo and regain his
loaltb , but thn .strain of his trip to
Norfolk was lee Kroat. Thursday
ilKbl be went to bed very 111 and Frl-
lay niurnliiK Dr. Halter was called.
I'lio or.vfdpehiH had worked down onto
iln chest and caused heart compllca-
Inn for which he was treated at once.
Ills condition rapidly KI'IIW serious and
n I lie afternoon he became delirious
While In this condition he not "lit of
led and came down Into Hie lobby ( if
Miss CMovolaml was then called Ir
nurse him and did not leave his bed
sldo until his death late the next , after
noon. To her In bin half-conscious mo
mi'iits he turned for relief from Ins
IneoHsaiit pain and suffering. Tin
Unlit , which lie had made awalnsl UK
pi.\slclatis ! and his disease , he gavi
up and willingly did everything thn
was asked of him. He spoke of hif-
IKMIIO In Denver and of bis family , am
lamented the fact that ho could no
lie there instead of in the hotel. Ills
consciousness at no Unit ) was grcn
onmiKli fur him to roali/e that , he hat
only a few hours to live and yet lit
roall/od blindly thai ho was very slcl
.Meanwhile , Mrs. Harrow , of when
be spoke continually , waited Impa
llently from early Saturday morning ,
until I In the afternoon for a train U
bring her to Norfolk. As she left he
homo for l.ho train a telegram reachec
her announcing thai Mr. Harrow hat
but u few hours to live. In the futil
hope that ho might live until sh
reached Norfolk she took the trait
only to receive word of his death
little later. She was mot at the tral
by a number of the Knights of Pythias-
of which Mr. Harrow had been a mem-
Mr. Harrow was also a member of
ho Royal Arcanum. Ho was fifty-four
ears old anil loaves a widow and sov-
children , one of whom la married.
They all live In Denver. The children
vro : William F. ; Mrs. Allc Motzgor ;
Mary K. : Alpha f ! . ; Hosalio ; Samuel
I. ; and Ida Frances. Ho was well
iiiown throughout this territory , hav
ing traveled through It as a salesman
for over twenty years. Ho was em
ployed at the time of his death by the
leaner , Strohl Co. , of Cincinnati.
Mrs. Harrow returned to Denver
with the hotly this morning. No ser
vices were helil In Norfolk.
"Called In. "
Wo , the travbling men present in
Norfolk , Nebraska , at the tlmo of the
death of our fellow traveler , Samuel
.1. Harrow , hereby express our sincere
condolence to the bereaved family In
the following resolutions :
Whereas It has pleased Almighty
( ! od to remove from his Hold of labor
and "call him In" for his eternal rest
our fellow traveler , Samuel J. Harrow ,
Therefore be It , Resolved by this
body of travelers , That wo express our
heartfelt sympathy and extend our aid
and assistance to his bereaved wife
Ho It further resolved , That owing
to his long and faithful service , the
traveling fraternity has lost In his
death an earnest brother traveler , and
his wlfo anil children a kind and lov
ing husband and father.
Committee : Alonzo Long , E. E.
Miller. .1. N. Skaggs.
Thanks Traveling Men.
Mrs. Harrow wishes to thank the
traveling men assembled in Norfolk ,
Neb. , 'for their kind expressions of
sympathy and resolutions of condol
ence In her great bereavement and
also wishes to thank them most hear-
Nlly for their handsome lloral tribute.
Their resolutions will bo preserved
with care ami placed among the treas
ures of the widow and orphans.
H. Klosner Will Return In a Week.
Buys Goethe Home.
H. Klosuer will return to Norfolk
this week to take up the duties of su
perintendent of the cemetery assocla
tlon. Ho will live In the former home
of his son-in-law , H. Goethe , which he
Opportunities knock in the want col
umn each day. . Watch the want ads
TILDEN TARESJHIS VICTORY
Gun Club Went to Meadow Grove Yes
terday and Won Second Contest.
Mentlnw drove. Nob. , Jan. 27. Spe
rlul to The NOWH : With an Ideal tiny
tun ! before n largo crowd , the Tllden
mid Meailow drove gnu cltibn Indulged
In a very pretty content with a victory
for Tlldeu yo turday. An each loam
IIIIK now won a contest the next and
docldliiK shoot will ho full of lutoront.
Tllden O. Ingram HO , F. Carson OR ,
S. Hotaford > ll ! , II. Snldor ! ; ! , C. Wurx-
biichor 31. Total IS5.
Meadow ( Srovo Dr. H. U Kindred
< ( l , d. U. Warrlck . ' 10 , Fred Weiner 11.
John llanllng 25 , F. K. Evans 110. To
tal IS I.
NORFOLK DEALERS DISTRIBUTE
MANY EQUINES ABROAD.
BUYERS COME FROM ALL POINTS
The Business of Raising Horses Has
Developed Wonderfully In This Sec
tlon Within the Past Few Years.
Railroad Facilities Help.
D. D. Hriinson sold a carload ol
miles lo a Sioux City horse dealer
During tlio course of a year a largo
lumber of horses and mules nro ban-
lied by Norfolk horse dealers. Last
vear SOO head wore sold by D. D.
triinson and H. C.'Sattlor , who own
ho two local barns. These animals
were picked up in the surrounding
oiintry within a ratlins of 150 miles in
ots of two and three or a half dozen
iroiight Into Norfolk , put Into shape
mil sold to dealers from St. Louis ,
\ansaK City , Omaha ami Sioux City
Pho bulk of these animals were
Iran ght. animals and farm horses
riie.lr value aggregated $125,000.
Horse raising among Iho farmers li
Nebraska has never reached the dig
nlty of a business. Most of the an !
mals are raised as it happens to bo
convenient for Iho farmers , who real
Ixo a nice prollt on their Investment.
However , there 1ms boon a gradual
bettering of the grade of animals marKeted -
Kotod lu the past few years and some
farmers are beginning to look upon
horse raising as a legitimate business.
The railroad facilities of Norfolk
glvo It a decided advantage over sur
rounding towns and it will undoubted
ly prollt eventually from the Increased
Interest In horse raising In northern
Nebraska. At present dealers In
Crolghton , Stanloii. West Point , Col
umbus and other nearby towns nro
doing an extensive business in hand
ling horses. The opportunities of con
ducting the business in Norfolk , how
ever , are so much in favor of Norfolk
thai in time there will be a large In
crease over competing towns.
NEW BATH TUB AT CENTER , NEB. ,
HAS NEW RULE.
MEN CAN'T USE IT THURSDAYS
According to the Center Register.
Thursday is Now Ladies' Day nt the
Bath Tub In Saunders Hotel Annex.
Courtesies Extended to Patrons.
Center , Neb. , .Jan. 27. "Wo are re-
imested to announce to the ladles of
( . 'outer that Thursdays will be Ladle * , '
Day at the now bath room In the Saun .
ders hotel annex. None but ladies \\iil I
bo allowed to bathe that day , and they
are Invited to take advantage of th j
new uiu. livery cmiiiusy win ne
shown patrons. "
This is tlio announcement of tl.c
modern Improvement which hasr :
rived at Center , Knox county , Nebras
ka. The above was the notice pui
lishiid In the local paper , the Cent <
Uegisier , last week , and hereafter th *
ladles of this thriving village , which . -
the county seat of Knox county , \\U !
bo given an opportunity to dip m
the steaming waters of the new bath
This is the first bath tub that has.
reached Center. It Is located In a bar
her shop , sailed "Saunders Hotel An
nex. " When It tlrst arrived there was
a war among the men and women 01
l bo town as lo what days should be
allotlcd for each sex , just as there is *
always war belween them when .1
bowling alloy strikes town as to wluon
day shall be given over to the ladies
to batter the alleys and spend then
The owner of the new bath tub
went Into consultation with the nu i-
of the town , and the men with tlu-.t
wives , and as a peace treaty has coin-
the announcement this week that ih >
ladles may bathe on Thursdays , in
days before their mothers used to
bathe them when they were babes.
Center Is fifteen miles from a rail
WANTED By manufacturing cor
poration , energetic , honest man to
manage branch office. Salary $185.00
monthly and commission minimum in
vestment of $500 Imstock of company
required. Secretary , Box 401 , Madison
WANTED Bright , honest young
man 'from Norfolk to prepare for pay
ing.position in Government Mall Ser
vice. Box One , Cedar Rapids , la.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT C. C.
HUGHES ANNOUNCES IT. j
SIZE IS NOT YET DETERMINED
New Trains Will be Put In Opcr.itlon
on the Main Line of the Northwest
ern to Accommodate People Bound
for the Shoshone Reservation.
"Norfolk will have a now passenger
depot , " according to rieneraJ Superin
tendent C. C. Hughes of the Chicago
& Northwestern. "Tho depot will he
largo , enough to care for all possible
business I and will bo absolutely mod
ern. " Heyond this Mr. Hughes refus
es to make any statement for the pros-
This tlepol will bo built on or
iifiir the slto of the old depot , which
was burned several months ago. The
sl'/o of It Is dependent upon the grant
ing of certain concessions by the elt > .
These concessions are now being for
mulated and will ho placed before the
city council within a few dn.\s for de
liberation. It Is possible that , If the
railroad company can secure the con
cessions which it desires , the new de
pot will be largo enough lo accommo
date the business of all three roads
should they deslro lo use it.
The Commercial club has labored
with the Northwestern ofllclals for the
building of a Union depot or , at least ,
one largo enough to be made into one
at some time In the future. In part
the ( plans of the Northwestern will
probably satisfy the desires of the
club and give them what they wish.
Whether the depot will follow out any
one of the propositions o [ the club Is
not fully known yet. If tlio conces
sions asked of the city are granted the
now depot will possibly fulfill these
It. IB very doubtful If the new depot
will bo of brick as It Is not the cus
tom of the Northwestern to build any
but frame depots. With ( ho exception
of the Deadwood and Fremont depots
on the Nebraska , Wyoming and Dako
la lines practically every depol is a
frame at rupture. It Is doubtful If the
Northwestern can be induced to
change Its policy in this case , despite
the heavy pressure which has been
brought to bear upon It.
Regarding additional passenger ser
vice on the'main line of the Northwest
ern It Is Impossible to secure any in
formation beyond tlio fact that ne\\
trains will bo put in operation ovoi
the line about May 1 , to continue din
ing tlio opening of the Sboshono res
ervatlon. The reservation will he
thrown open to settlement June 1.
As soon as the Influx of settlers he-
gins now passenger trains will be
scheduled on the main line and will
be continued as King as there is any
necessity for them.
This ireans that there will undoubt
edly be additional train service from
Omaha , and probably Chicago , to the
\Vyo-ning terminus of the Northwest
ern for all tlnio after May of this year.
With the rapidly increasing passenger
service on the main line ami the sud
den incr > u-f following the opening of
the Sboshone reservation It will bo Im
possible lo handle the business wi'b
tlio present accommodation and all of
the provisional service put on in M.iy
cannot be taken off but will have to
be made permanent in part at least.
; GLOVER MOVES TO ARLINGTON
Stock Food Man , Who Lived Here foi
Swe Time , Left Today.
A. L. Glover , who has live.l In Nor
f'folk ' for sii'iio time , making bis rosi i-
deuce at the corner of Eleventh strei t
and Madison avenue. Is today moving
lo Arlington , Neb. , to make his futun (
ihome. . Mr. Clover during his resi i-
deuce liftv. I'Plier'i ill Tie business
of . < .111iiu ; s'i- ' . lid.Is tn fir K-a ol
northern Nebraska. He Is well known
at Pierce and other points roundabout.
Mr. Glover's parents reside nt Arling
ton ami have extensive Interests in
MISSIONARY SOCIETY ELECTS.
Officers are Chosen for the Ensuing
Year Plan Entertainment.
At a meeting of the Woman's Mis-
xlonnry society held January 19 , the
following were elected ofllcors for the
Mrs. A. F. Clark , president ; Mrs. .T.
[ I. Elsoffer , vice president ; Mrs. , I.A.
Ilnllantyno. secretary and treasurer.
Arrangements were made for anoth
er Ktereoptlcon entertainment which
rt'lll be given Thursday evening , Feb
ruary S. The subject will piobablybo
DUO of our new possessions.
Want ads powerful , rapid workers
Miss Bertha Loescher Entertains Pre
paratory to Leaving Norfolk.
Miss Hertha Loescher entertained n
number of friends Sunday evening.
Miss Loescher will leave for Califor
nia with her father In a few days , jl
where they will make their permanent
homo. A brother Is already seltled
TO START CUTTING SCHOOL.
Mrs. M. E. Parker Has Gone to Kear
ney to Assist in Work.
Mrs. M. E. Parker of Madison , who
has just finished a course In Work's
Cutting School , loft today for Kear
ney , Neb. , where she will assist lu
starting another school which will be
under the supervision of Manager
MR. BURTON TAKES CHARGE.
Final Transfer of Jewelry Stock Takes
The final transfer of the jewelry
stock of W. n. Vail to George II. Bur
ton of Ossion , Iowa , has boon made
and the businost will now be conduct
ed under the latter name. Mr. Hurtou
will make his home in Norfolk. Mr.
Vail will also remain In Norfolk- . ,
NEW LAUNORYJTARTS SOON
Company Holds Options on Four Build
ings Deal Soon to Close.
Within a few days active steps will
be taken toward the starting of the
new laundry in Norfolk. Mr. Ship-
man is expected bore to look over the
situation and close the deal for the
building. Options are held on four
buildings. As soon as selection is
made from these the machinery will
bo shipped and work begun toward
fitting up a modem laundry.
The firm , which lias not been incor-
lonited yet , will probably be known
as Shipman Brothers , Woodard & Co.
Some local capital will bo interested
In the project.
The oulside parties Interested lu
the deal have been in the laundry busi
ness for a number of years. They
have a large plant at Rock Rapids ,
Iowa , and also at several other points
Anvoin4 ppnillnu pKolch n'l'l rtc rrlp ! i < > n niny
qulritly > . < u-cr'iiit ! our opinion free whn her an
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equipment on all our bicycles. Stronyest guarantee.
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any
one without a cent deposit and allow | Q DAYS
FREE TRIAL before purchase is binding.
SOO Second Hand Wheels < * < * .
taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores , OM 10
_ _ . _ . _ _ a'nakes ' and modi-Is , irood as nu\v
NnT RIIY a Weyclo un.ll liavo written
nil you for our FACTORY
ill ! [ 1UI
PRIDES AND FREE TRIAL OFFER. Tires ,
equipment , sundries ami sportInir trooils or all kliuls. at half regular price. In our
big Irea Sundry Catalogue. Contains n , world of useful Information. Wrlto for It.
Regular prfco $050 per pair.
we will Sell
You NAILS , TACKS
a Sample OR GLASS
Pair for Only OUT WON'T THE LET AIR
NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES
Result of 15 years experience in tire making. IIUI EASY RIDING , STRONG
Ho danger from THORNS , CACTUS
SeriousI DURABLE SELF UCAI tur-
PINS , HAILS , TACKS or CLASS. Serious /I , ' "I-'NG
punctures , like intentional knife cuts , can bo9 FULLY COVERED byPATENTS
vulcanized like any other tiro. II BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
Send for Catalogue "T. " sbowlne all kinds and makes of tires at JiOO nor nalr and
also Coastcr-Hrakes. Hullt-un Wheels and lllcycles-SunUrius at Half the umual of Icon.
Notice the thick rubber treail "A" and " "
nuncturo strips 11" and "U" ThU Urn will
V mmAll nK ana Easr Iuainir < Wo W1U slllp c- ° - DON APPROVAL
i Wo will allow a ts * h discount of 5 * ( thereby tnaklne tbo price 14.50 per pair ) If
send examination. full oh wlh ordof. TJrcs to bo returned at our expense If not aat&factorr you on
HEAD CYCLE CO. Dept. J.L.
. , . . . CHICAGO , ILL.
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