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TI1K NORFOLK WBKMA NKWS-.IOUKNAL : FRIDAY , NOVEMUEK 0 , 1'JOO , ft
COMMISSARY TRAIN NEAR DONE-
STEEL IS DESTROYED.
IN TWENTY MINUTES' TIME
DLA2E ORIGINATED IN THE COOK
TENT FROM RANGE.
WIND HELPED FAN THE FLAMES
Commissary , Mess and Dunk Cars
Used by Steel Gang on New North
western Extension Out of Doncsteol ,
All Go Up In Smoke In Short Order.
UonoHlool , S. I ) . , Nov. 1 ! . Spocliil to
Tlio NOWH : Word has boon roculvud
In Hoiiostcol tliut ( ho cura used by
the labororH on thu stool gang bud
boon destroyed by llro and that the
olght earn which were equipped for
commlsHary , moss nnd bunk purposes
were entirely destroyed by the Iliuueu.
The ( Ire originated ' Hie car used
for cooking purposes and at thu place
wlioro the pipe paused through thereof
roof from ono of thu ranges. It was
hardly noticed until the whole car
was enveloped In llamou and before
help could be Kucnred the wind had
aided In spreading the lliunoH to thu
other earn , eight In nunibcr , that all
were destroyed la the short apace of
loss than twenty minutes.
The cominlBsary oar had about ? 2-
000 worth of provisions within. It IH
thought that the lost ) , tu the company
will bo about $12.000.
In coasciiuonco of the lire the ho-
tolB In llouesteel were tilled last nliht
with the crow employed on the work
of construction of the line west , and
It will bo several days before other
cars can bo put In readiness for ser
vice to take the place of those do-
O. Mather went to 1'iigor to take a
job of plastering ,
C. A. Mathowfion of 1'llgor Is In the
city this morning.
W. .1 , Cow ! made a business trip to
Omaha this morning.
Mrs. Ira Wheolock went to Fremont
this morning for a short visit.
A line now bread case lias boon In-
tUnllcd In the Craft & Co. store.
Chan. Ulco wont to Wlsuor this
morning on n short business trip.
C. A. Undahl of Hrlstow came down
this morning on business matters.
.1. C. Mink was an early morning arrival -
rival In the city from Ilattlo Crook.
.loo Chore and wife arc visiting hi
the city this morning from Spencer.
John Fetter wont to Hattlo Crook
this morning on a short business trip.
Thos. Hawllngs of WiiUuflold Is In
the city between trains this morning.
H. Kinder came up from West Point
last night for a few days visit In the
! ! . 13. Heed stopped In the city last
night onrouto to Sioux City from Mud
! ' . A. Matson of Madison Is visiting
friends In the city between trains this
Tom Kara of Honostcol Is a bust
ness visitor from out of town this
Misses Lottlo and HosRlo Funk of
Wnrncrvlllo were visiting In the city
Hobort Papsteln of Plcrco Is down
transacting business matters In the
city this morning.
O. W. Ulsh wont to Prague yester
day to complete a water system ho
has been Installing.
P. L. and 13. llcst are In the city
this morning from Stantou transact
ing business matters.
Mesdames DoWolfo and Uanna of
Tlldon were In the city yesterday vis
King during the afternoon.
Miss Ilattlo Ltnerodo is assisting in
the work at the olllco of the repub
llcan congressional headquarters.
Mrs. Jim Holloa nnd daughter ar
rived in the city yesterday from Til-
den , and are visiting at the home of
G. A. Kuhl.
County Attorney .1. A. Van \Vagonen
of Pierce was in Norfolk yesterday
Mr. Van Wagenon is the republican
nominee for re-election and Is booked
Silas Hall had n new cement Hide
walk laid the day before Hallowo'or
In front of his property on Madlsor
street. Several children who were oul
celebrating the night trampled on li
and damaged It so that it will have
to bo relald.
Train No.10 had a small wrocU a
Stanten last night on its way to Oma
ha. Two cars of stock and two cars
of coal were derailed. The now steam
wrecker was taken down to clear nr
the wreckage. Two section gangs anil
the car repairer's gang were taker
down also to assist In the work.
W. 13. St. Edmond left for Omaha to
day on a business trip.
Miss Kilbiirn of Buttle Creek Is vis
Itlng In the city this afternoon.
A. J. Dnnlavy of Tllden was in the
city on business during the day.
Miss Helen Urldgo returned at noon
from a few days visit In Omaha.
Mrs. W. L. Lehman and daughter
left for Kern City. California , this
-week , where they go to spend the win
Chas. Reed , an extensive stock rais
er of O'Neill , is In the city today visit
C. C. Oow left this morning for a
trip to New York. lie expects to be
gone for a month.
J. W. Harper nnd wife , parents of
J. Earlo Harper of this city , passed '
hrough the city today enrouto to
lainview from Hontrlce.
Mrs. (1. ( ! ' . Idle returned to her
onio In Council HluffH. after having
eon In Norfolk Tor the pant two
loulliH , with her ulster Mrs. Itussoll.
.ludgo names and John Ijirhliw re-
itrned from their hunting trip this
turning. Luck wns with them and
hey bagged olghty-lhreo birds during
ho week. They were twenty-two
illes Houlli of HiiHsett.
\V. 8. Korhan nnd wlfo arrived at
eon from \Vliltoflnli , Montana. They
ame to attend the funeral of Clint ) ,
Irown which was held hero Wedncs-
ay. The funeral was postponed ono
ay In the hope of their arriving In
Into to attend , but train connections
o delayed them that they were tin-
lilo to gel bore.
Tin- Trinity Social guild will glvo a
lance In Manpmrdt hall this evening.
An overturned buggy has been left
n Madison avenue near the postolllco.
t Is apparently the tardy work of
lallowo'cn celebrators ,
The J. N. club met with Miss Klslo
ohiison last night In regular session.
V pleasant evening was passed and
ofreshmontH were served.
Or. and Mrs. C. S. Parker outer-
allied a company of friends at din-
ler last evening and will entertain a
ccond company in the same manner
The now Dudley transfer barn that
s now under construction Is complet-j
til enough to allow the building of the
00111. The barn when finished will bo
mod as a hack and transfer barn and
he Oxnard hotel buss will also bemused
No small amount of excitement was
laiiHcd yesterday afternoon about 4:30 :
vlion HinoUo was seen pouring from
he doom of the Hartford harbor shop.v
Several people thinking It was a llro
tished to the shop only to llnd that
t was a stove that rol'iiHod to let Its
miioko eitcapo through the chlmnoy
The skating rink which was spoken
if a few days ago as being under con
struction for a crowd of boys , IK being
milt by Clyde HocU , who will run It
luring the winter months , charging a
small fee as admission. There will
10 ouo day free for school children
iind another free day for girls and
adles who may want to learn toskato.
I'lio rink will bo protected from the
jold wintry northwest winds by a
ilgh board fence which will bo erected
m the north and west. The rink will
m located on Phillip avenue and Third
Some of the city officials still be-
llovo that O. P. llcrrlck Intends to
make good on his Norfolk sewer con
tract and that ho will yet arrive and.
, lo the work. "Ilo said when ho was'
icro , " says Street Commissioner lllch-
ey , "that It would bo some tlmo before
he could secuio pipe for the job , an
Ihoro were many orders In ahead of
him and In the second place , some of
the railroad freight men declare that
oven If he had the pipes the car short-
igo would have prevented shipping
So far UN the winter Is concerned , Mr.
llcrrlck can work as well In cold
weather as in warm for the frost Is
not a material disadvantage and labor
can be had cheaper In winter than in
HADAR ORGAN RECITAL PROGRAM
Prof. Frey of La Crosse , Wis. , Will
Give Recital Sunday Night.
( I-'ioni Kildio'H Dally. ]
Hev. Mr. Wltto of the Norfolk St.
Paul's Lutheran church , will occupy
: ho pulpit at the Herman Lutheran
church In lladar Sunday morning
when the handsome now pipe organ
ivlll be dedicated. Prof. O. Frey of
\M \ C'rosso , WIs. , brother of Hugo Frey ,
he Hudar teachor. will bo organist
'or the day.
At 7 : ISO p. m. Prof. Frey will glvo
n free organ recital and the Concordlu
land will render an open air concert
nt titO : ; p. m. before the recital. This
low organ was bought at u cost of
$1,100 and was built at New Dim ,
.Minn. , by Vogelpobl & Spaeth. Fol
lowing Is the program which will be
rendered by Prof. Frey In the evening -
March No. u C. Scotson
Sonata No. 0 Mendelssohn
( Choral , four variations , Fnga Grand
Andantino In D Hat No. l..Lemaro
Choral , I > obo den Horrn , with six va
riations I. G. Freeh
Homan/a in D Hat Lemaro
Holy Night Dudley Duck
Offertory In 1) minor Hatlsto
\mlanto Cantablle , from fourth sym
March Triumphal Lommens
DITCH BEING DUG RAPIDLY.
Grader Will Finish on Upper Portion
Work with the grader and elevator
on the upper portion of Die new ditch
which Is to drain Corporation gulch ,
will bo Unified Saturday. The ditch
is now about three feet deep and
scrupcrs will be applied after the ele
vator work Is tlnisliod. Norfolk aV' '
enuo will be raised about three feet
when the work Is completed and , al
though the ditch looks rather rough
now , those in charge say that no ono
will have cause for anything but grat
Itude when the job is done.
Quinsy , Sprains and Swellings Cured.
"In November. 1001 , I caught cold
and had the quinsy. My throat was
swollen so I could hardly breathe. 1
applied Chamlierluln's Pain Halm and
it gave me relief in u short tlmo. In
two days 1 was all right , " says Mrs
L Cousins , Otterbum , Mich. Cham
berlain's Pain Halm Is a liniment and
Is especially valuable for sprains and
swellings. For sale by Leonard the
DOROTHY" IS NAME OF STORY
WRITTEN IN NORFOLK.
VOLUME IS JUST PUBLISHED
Interesting Story of Indiana nnd South
ern Life , With Wholesome Romance
Woven Into it , Is Latest Literary
Product From Here. ,
Another book has been written In
Norfolk , "llorothy" Is the title ofu
splendidly bound volume just Issued
by the publishers , and written In this
city while she lived hero by Mrs.
Fletcher M. Slsson , wlfo of the for
mer Methodist presiding elder of the
Norfolk district. The story Is a pret
ty , romance dealing with Indiana life
and habits , with enough of dialect to
make It Interesting hut not monotonous
ous and with enough of the southern
atmosphere of the times just after the
civil war , to inuko It quaint. Mrs. Sis-
son was a member of the Wednesday
club of Norfolk. She has written a
number of other books.
Synopsis of the Story.
In the story pralrlo tires and forest
, tires , u Now Orleuns plague , an old
fashioned Indiana spelling bee nnd
other Incidents of civil war times , are
Dorothy was the little daughter of
u southern family. Her fnther was
killed in the war and her mother died
from the shock. She was taken Into
the ' homo of a southern family who
moved to Indiana. Her foster father
was a professor. An old fashioned
southern "mummy" Is In the family ,
norolhy read u great deal and was
educating herself to a certain extent.
The professor established u seminary.
A young man named Robert , uwk-
ward , from a poor family , but very
much In earnest about his education ,
enters the school. He Is attracted to
Dorothy. At a spelling bop Dorothy Is
spoiled down by Robert , which In
creases her respect for him. But Rob
ert bcllovofl ho has no chance in Dor
othy's heart. Ho Is jealous of another
young man named Clay. So ho re
tires from the lovo-raco.
A stranger drops into the village ,
claiming to bo a Methodist preacher.
The profesHor dies. On his death bed
this pretending preacher exerts Influ
ence over the professor to such an ox-
tout that the dying man wills his for
| tune ' to a child saving Institute which
this stranger Is to establish , and Dor
. othy gets none of the money. The
' heroine ' then goes Into a lumber camp
to teach. Friends discover a fraud In
tlio will , take it Into court and devel
op the fact that the stranger who
proleiided to bo a preacher was noth
Ing more than an escaped convict
wanted on charges of embezzlement ,
murder and arson. Dorothy then gets
After five years , In part two , Doro
thy Is found back In the old homo
again , with friends around her ex
cepting Robert , who Is studying medi
cine in New Orleans. Yellow fever
sols in and Robert's mother dies. lie
docs much gallant work among the
suffering and becomes very ill him
self , but recovers.
Dorothy and her friends , during a
camping expedition , are Imperiled by
a forest lire and escape by boats to
an island in the river. The cxporl
enpe is exciting.
Robert noes to Oermany to complete
nodical study. Dorothy goes to Scot
and to visit relatives. Robert learns
hat Clay , his former rival for the
leart and hand of Dorothy , has mar
led another girl mid the hero linme
llately starts out for Scotland where
IP claims Dorothy as his bride.
Tile book Is a splendid mechanical
production as well as an Intensely In
ere.sttiig artistic bit of literature.
Mrs. Sisson 1ms woven the romance
in the story so that not a line of the
look lags In Interest , It is a volume
which will bo enjoyed by young or
A novel feature of the book are the
Italics used to emphasize important
lues in points of crisis.
Judge Hoyd of Neligh is in the city
Mrs. ,1. \v. Morgan returned from'1 '
A. C' . Williams made a business trip
to Madison today.
.1. C. Lai kin wat. a passenger for
Tllden this noon.
U. C. Mlnard and wife are visiting ,
in the city from Stuart. .
Mrs. Ethan Allen of Stanton was a"
Norfolk visitor yesterday.
A. Anderson of Hrlstow was In the
eli.x between trains today.
Frank Heels made a short business
trip to Nellgb this afternoon.
Dr. Meredith made n professional
trip to tSanton this morning.
( Jeo. Brooks of Hazllo Mills was In
the city visiting this morning.
The Misses Hendrlckson are In the
city from Wluside visiting friends.
Myron Whitney and'W. . R Blotzo
Randolph spent the night In the city
George Burnett of Plainviow was a
business visitor In the city this morn
Sheriff and Mrs. J. .1. Clements won
In town during the morning from Mad
Dave Blue of Newport came down to
transact business matters In the city
Mrs. H. G. Dlgnan and children lef
this morning for a few days visit In
Miss Lula Johnson loft at noon fo
a few days visit with her parents a
Aug. Born , n student at the busines
ollogo went to Tllden at noon to
pond Sunday with his parents.
Frank Ambnister of Stanton was a
imliH'Hs visitor In the city yesterday
Minn Matilda Fox came up from
iVnrnorvlllo last night to spend Sun-
ay at home.
C. 13. Anderson mid M. A. Schultof
Vlsner " .ere In the city thlti morning
A. F. Hnlleal came down from Na-
> cr ( his morning , and waH In the city
Mrs. ( lOilldn of Neligh was In town
Saturday enroiito to Pintle Center
A'hero she goes for a few days vlalt.
Mrs. M. Keleher , who has been vis-
ting her son , J , A. Kelohor , loft this
nornlng for her homo In Danbury ,
C. W. lOvans left at noon for Stati
on , wlioro he went to organize an
intl-horso thief association this after-
Mrs. Guy Warner and two children
> f Spauldlng arrived In Warnervlllo
ast night to visit Mr. and Mrs. S.
"Tho Little Outcnst" company ar
rived at noon from Omaha where they
! ilayod last night. They appear at the
Air. and Mrs. Joseph Fox and Mrs.
'Yank Duffel , sister of Mrs. Fox of
Morgan , Minnesota , will spend Sunday
n Madison with the Goodwator family
Misses Bertha and Helen Brown loft
nt noon for a few clays visit In Albion ,
Homer Williams Is homo from Fre-
nont to spend Sunday with bis pa
Silas Hull of Curlock , S. D. , Is down
his morning looking after business
The Norfolk high school football
cam went to Madison Saturday morn-
ng to meet the county seat warriors
on the gridiron there Saturday after-
J. Simpson passed through Norfolk
ast night on his wny homo from north
ern lown , wlioro ho has been oxchang'
ng Indian ponies for largo horses , to
be shipped to his homo In Valentino.
The largo corpa of stenographers
who have been employed at the con
grcsslonal headquarters In this city
finished work yesterday afternoon , the
campaign fight having practically come
o nn end.
Tickets for the Auditorium will here
after bo placed on sale nt the Norfolk
Dook and Stationery store at 9 o'clock
on the day preceding n show. The
sent sale for "Tho Little Outcast , "
went on Saturday morning.
John Bridge is in the city visiting
; it the homo of his parents , Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. H. Bridge. He has been compelled
polled to abandon his work In a Mln
noapolis bank because of falling eyes
: uul ho now contemplates going west
in the vicinity of Spokane , where his
sister , Mrs. McCornack , lives.
In accordance with a custom estab
lished many years ago In Norfolk when
the city council Issued an order to that
effect , , city clerks have always fur
nished all official newspapers of the
ity with a cojiy of council proceed
ings within twelve hours after ad
journment , up until yesterday when
no copy of the proceedings was fur
nished to this newspaper , thus ac
counting for the fact that proceedings
lid not appear In these columns.
MEDICINE MANUFACTURED HERE
Among the other constructive indus
tries In Norfolk which are tending to
nako this more Important every day
as the disti Uniting center of the north-
.vest . and which bring currency Into
Norfolk instead of sending It on to
Omaha or Chicago , Is the manufactur-
ng of medicines. This industry has
leen going on here for the pist eleven
months ami it has proven so success-
fill that the bulk of products Is bolng
The manufacturing of medicines In
Norfolk Is done by the Harper Medi
cine company of which A. H. Klesau
Is president , J. 13arlo Harper secre
tary and Herman Klesau treasurer.
This firm was incorporated almost
i year ago in the sum of $3,000 for
en years. The products include sy-
up of sarsaparilla , kidney pills , colic
lire , cough cure , castorla , liniment ,
old tablets , liver pills , healing salve ,
.oothache drops , kern cure , rat poison ,
barb wire liniment , spavin cure , extracts -
tracts und toilet creams and other
preparations. The company has two
men out on the road constantly soiling
their products throughout this terri
tory , and the business Is growing.
All of the business done by this
manufacturing concern means just
that much business ndded to the clear
ings of Norfolk banks. It Is therefore
a help to Industrial Norfolk nnd is a
factor In Increasing the city's com
U Is n satisfaction to the people of
Norfolk to know that the pure food
laws are strictly obeyed and that noth
ing but pure products nro turned out
of ' this city.
Every manufacturing Industry In
Norfolk Is the prldo of the entire com
munity and this Is ono of the produc
DEATH OF MRS.J , P , JAMISON
Postmistress at Jamison Since Town
Was Started Old Settler.
Butte , Neb. , Nov. 3. Special to The
News : Mrs. S. P. Jamison , one of
Hoyd county's first settlers , died at
her home In Jamison , Neb. , lust night.
She was appointed postmistress of
the Jamison postofllco when that of-
lice was established and had over
since hold that position.
She was the wife of S. P. Jamison ,
who was at ono time sheriff of Boyd
county. She Is survived by ono son
and three daughters.
VEILED SHOTS OF LINCOLN MAN
AT SCIENTIFIC FIND.
HE BELITTLES GILDER'S WORK
Jealousy Believed to be at Bottom of
Attempt to Detract Importance From
Gilder's World-Wide Discovery of
"Nebraska Man" Bones.
Lincoln , Neb. , Nov. C. Special to
The News : The attack of 13. E. Black
mail , of the state historical society on
H. F. Gilder , nn Omaha newspaper
mail , who recently unearthed what has
boon declared by the most eminent
anthropologists In the country to be
the skeleton of u primitive man , and
the discovery to be ono of the most
important made throughout the world
In this line In years , Is causing some
little surprise about the university of
Nobruskn to which Mr. Glider hns pre
sented the crania and skeletons.
The sentiment expressed hero is
that the attack Is entirely uncalled for
and while it Is not likely Mr. Gilder
will answer it It looks as if it was in
spired by Jealousy.
Glider Known World Over.
By a turn of the spade Gilder came
Into International prominence in a
day. Ho Is a brother of Richard Wat
son Glider , editor of the Century mag
azine nnd of Miss Jcannette and Joseph -
soph D. Gilder , editors of Putnam's
Monthly and the Critic , nnd of the
late Colonel William II. Glider , well
known as an Arctic explorer. Being
Interested In American archaeology
Mr. Gilder has pursued the study along
the method which a newspaper man
would naturally apply. lie starts af
ter a fact and verities it before he
gives the matter publicity. Ho has
road everything ho ca lay his hands
on pertaining to the study and is in
correspondence with scientists and
archaeologists of national reputation ,
by whom he Is regarded as a conserv
Ho has made no claims for the age
of what will bo known In scientific
circles the world over as the "Ne
braska man , " but scientists who have
given the strange crania attention and
study declare that it was deposited
where found several thousand years
Barbour and Ward Elated.
Mr. Blackmail tries to belittle the
importance of the discovery , but his
attempt will fall short of Its object.
Dr. E. H. Harbour and Dean Ward of
the university and Dr. M. H. Everett ,
the well known archaeologist of Lin
coin , are elated over the fact that the
Nebraska man is to remain in Nebras
ka ami they are free in stating that
the skeletons are a priceless acqulsi
tlon for any museum.
Mr. Gilder takes the same pride in
the great state university as does its
faculty and it is known ho refused at
least ono offer which ran up in the
thousands for the skeletons.
Drs. Harbour and Ward are prepar
ing a statement which will be printed
in a scientific journal telling just what
effect the llnd will have on science.
The reconstructions of the skeletons
hns already begun and when they are
in exhibition shape they will bo "on
view" at the university museum In a
cabinet made especially for them.
New Style Oil Tank.
Anthos & Smith have recently In
stalled a new oil tank in their store
room , the first of its kind to come to
Norfolk and it Is a great improvement
over the old stylo. It has a guago
which can bo sot for any amount and
when set at one of these places a
crank Is turned and the exact measure
Is pumped forth Into the can. It also
has a computing device which enables
thorn to sell oil In small quantities
such as 5 and 10 cents worth without
anj inconvenience to themselves.
Miss Vorna Oliver left Sunday for
Heno. Nevada , where she Is going on
nn extended visit with her father , Pe
ter Oliver , who Is In the mining busi
James Clark , who had a sale Tues
day on his farm in Highland , will move
to t town after the election , Ho has his
farm f rented to Win. Nathaway.
A surprise party was given to Mrs.
Chas. ( Schrocder Wednesday by rela
tives tt t and friends. The occasion was
the t -111)1 ) birthday.
Frank Heeler , who has been sick
| with y appendicitis , Is better and was hi
,1 , town again Thursday. Ho reports the
it arrival of a little lady at his home.
Oscar Reeves was In from School-
craft Thursday to see the Bryan show.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoltenborg of
Blakely were visiting relatives hero
Henry Host , who has been hereabout
about ono month with Fred Kloldor ,
went to Norfolk Friday to see friends.
Chas. Martin und Dave Marr depart
ed Friday for Stuart for hunting sport.
Order of Hearing on Original Probate
In the county "court of Madison coun
ty , Nebraska. The State of Nebraska ,
Madison County :
To all persons Interested In the es
tate of Gottfried Klesol , deceased :
Whoreaa , there Is on file In the coun
ty court of said Madison county , nn
instrument purporting to bo the last
will and testament of Gottfried Kio-
sol , late of said Madison county , deceased -
ceased and Fredorlcko Klosol has
( lied her petition herein praying to
have said Instrument admitted to pro
bate , , and for the Issuing of letters tes
tamentary , which will relates to both
real and personal estates :
I have therefore appointed Monday ,
the 19th day of November , 190C , at 1
o'clock In the afternoon , at the county
court room in Madison , in said county ,
as the time and place for hearing nnd
proving said will , at which time and
place you and all concerned may ap
pear und contest the probate and al
lowing of the same.
It Is further ordered that said peti
tioner give notice to all persons Inter
ested In said estate of the pendency
of the said petition , and the tlmo and
place set for the hearing of the same ,
by causing a copy of this order to bo
published in the Norfolk Weekly
News , a newspaper printed , published
and circulating In said county , for
three weeks successively previous to
the day set for the hearing.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and official seal this 23rd
day of October , 1900.
[ Seal ] Wm. Bates ,
Keal estate Is the commodity ever
lasting ! More Is made , by more people
ple , In buying and selling real estate
than any other business in the world.
Your turn to turn an honest dollar In
ical estate may have come look over
tlio classified ndp
You Mifst flot Forget
We sire constantly improv
ing in the art of making Fine
lowest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
We also carry a Fine Line
I. M. MACY.
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dence , 109 North Tenth street , 'phon
Labor statistics show that nc pay the
highest wages to shoemakers in St. Louis
because we require the best workman
ship there is.
This means that e get our nick of
the best workers and i\r find that the
best is thu cheapest in the end.
The combination of the fine t wmkmaashi | > with the ideal assorting
and grading ol leather ( made possible by our mating many classe of
shoes ) has reMilied in our making -norc fine lioea than' any other
Hoii'-e in the West.
In our dress shoes from $3.50 to Jfi.OO you will find die leather of the
finest texture , the lasts the very latest and best lilting and the
workmanship the highest grade.
lYfWtf MORE FINE SHOES THAfi ANY OTHER HOUSE. INTHE W STj
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