Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 11, 1902, Page 7, Image 7

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    THE OMAHA DAILY I1EE: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1002.
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Here are pictures of the 35 Salesmen who sold in 1902
from $100,000.00 to $237,000.00.
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CHARLES P. LADD, Honse Salesman,
SALES $202,629.00.
TWENTY-FIRST STREET FACTORY.
W. F. McELROY. Superintendent Capacity 8,500 Pairs Dally.
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THE HOME OF THE AMERICAN LADY, AMERICAN
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For 1902, Year Ending Dec. 10th. $7,031,070.72
, A Gain over 1901 of $423,538.05
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Additional Factory Space now contracted for Our
Output will shortly:! be 31,000 pairs.
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Our Salesmen whose Faces appear around the border and those whose names are given below constitute
the greatest body of Salesmen on earth.
(The Figures given under the photographs represent the total Sales of each Salesman for the year.)
F.J.ADAMSON,.... IllinoU. H. V. BOOTH,. ...... .Mississippi. . T. CROTSTDER, Txs. E.R.HALE, low. V. C HUNTER, .... Pennsylvania. W.F. SHERMAN, ..... .St. Louis.
F. P. BABCOCK... Oklahoma Ter. C W. BRANCH, Nebraska. F-Cf01'T""V.Indl0a J. P. HAM, Ohio. J. H. JORDAN. Iowa. CEO. C STERLING Michigan.
H. V.BACON,". Indian. D. P. BRILL, Ohio. X '' P.M. HARRIS, Arkansas. V. B. LYONS, Pennsylvania. J. V. TOMMERSON, Oieon.
T. E. BARBOUR . , . Kentucky. "W. D. BYRN
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Kentucky V. M. WHEELER, Montana.
. ..... Nebraska. M. T. COLEMAN, South Carolina. ROBT. GALLAWAY . . Virrfntu H. S HOWELL, V.Virginia. F. A. ROSS, Florida. R. V. VTKOFF, Dakota.
J,....MississippU HORACE CREEK, Illinois. R. C GALLAVAY,... .Virginia. C P. HUFNAGEL, Viaconsia. J.L.SELIG Illinois. V.aVILLIS, N. Carolina.
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SUNLIGHT FACTORY.
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W. M. SLOAN, SupL
Capacity, 10,000 Pairs Dally.
THE HOME OF THE HIGHLAND CALF AND WATCH VS.
ST. LOUIS. THE WORLD'S FAIR CITY 1904.
ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
OFFICERS: and MBECTOfiS:
A. D. BROWN, Pres. CHAUNCEY LADD.
W. F. McELROY, V.Pres. J. M. SLOAN.
II. L. BRADY, Sec'y. W. M. SLOAN.
R. F. SPENCER, Treas.
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