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title: 'The times dispatch. (Richmond, Va.) 1903-1914, November 19, 1912, Image 10',
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People who want
the finest in stock
who strive to sell
their customers the best
style and value, have to?
day, fixed in their minds
this Quaker Maid trade?
mark. It is a mark that
stands for honest endeavor
in the making and selling
of hosiery tor women,
men and children.
It is a trademark that be?
comes a mark of trade
increase for every dealer
that displays it?a certi?
ficate of greater value to
everv consumer ? the
foundation of goodwill on
both sides of the counter.
Attached to every pair,
and stamped in gold on
the toe, is the name?
house of" Young,
Smyth, Field Co.
Mr. Calvin M. Smyth
Mr. IsaacS. Smyth, Jr.
join with other
chants and manu?
Richmond on the
occasion of the
Fourth Trade Ex?
in wishing the busi?
ness men of the
South a year of un?
are famous for wonderful wearing qualities, even in the
lightest, sheerest weights?for close hug about the
ankle, and ease in foot?for brilliance and fastness of
dye?for excellence of finish?for the newest touches
of style and appearance?for fairness of price.
Every grade for women, men, children ? and each
grade the greatest possible value?the best that the
finest mills can make. At retail from 25c to $3.50.
Young, Smyth, Field Company
Also Makers of the Famous Smythfield Worsted Underwear
We are Wholesale Merchant
Tailors to the Trade, establish?
ing agents and helping them
to clothe the Good Dressers of
TVh'T? not now r, pr< -?nt?H u< desire to
make m u eoofM-ction?
Mr. Ch..* \. \!?.rri-. rnsr Pp .lent, i~ .t
mernbtr of th* fhil.tej* !;.h' 1 R-isv -> \f. ;.\
Excursion, and will \*- K|ar| r, v|,.,Kr h.tnrj
with hi* >outh*Tn <u>tom'r- .in-i mnt n?w
one* A'k for hin? or writ'- u .
TRAYMORE TAILORING CO.
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ARTH! K II ',AM.K.
VVe |?rrv .?n<I '?n \t^rv?^f
633-35-37 Arch St.,
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List of Participants in Fourth
j Philadelphia Trade Expansion
I Trip to South.
BIG INTERESTS REPRESENTED
People Sounding Praises of Their
Town Through the Laud
Hon. Kudolvr. Blankenburg;, Mayor
of Phils Iclphtu.
EJward Jamrs Cattell. representing
Wiiy.tm K Lucas, president Mer?
chants' an I Manufacturers' Association.
Fin!, y Acker, president Chamber Sd,
Calvin M, Smyth, president Young
Htny to-Field Company. Hosiery. No
t !i ;? s .,*?.?! I'r. i. i wear
If J. I Li..:, assistant cashier First
Sat! ':iaj Htir.fc
Howard I ash, vie -- president Traacs
m* n's fttlsnsl Hank.
A. M Parks. The A. M. Pa ks Com?
pany. Oils. I
Joseph J. McCaffrey. McCaffrey File
Company, president Hardware Mer?
chants' and Manufacturers' Associa?
C. Stanley Preach, Samuel H. French
& Co.. Faints. Varnishes. Bull . .
Leonard T Beale. John T. lentis ac
Rros. Co.. White and Red Lead
H. II. Whyte. sales manager H. !\.
Mulford Company, Mariuf..oturin?j
C W. S?mmern eld. secretary Mer?
chants' and Manufacturers' Associa?
L. B Gardiner, manager V>ralr?eril
& Armstrong Company. Silk Threaos
Charles E. Morris. Traymore Tailor
ing CompojiN. Clothing.
Henry Pfromm. Kohn-Adicr Coin- |
pany. Millinery and Ribbons.
D. V. Brown, Wholesale and Manu?
W. H. Podesta. D. V. Brown. Whole- !
sale and Manufacturing Opticians.
A Reed Mclntire, president Mclntlre.
Magee & Brown Company, Optical |
Joseph I. Meany. Joseph I. M. any &
Cm, Inc, Boots and Shoes.
C. B. Carter, secretary National As- !
sociation of Hosiery ana Underwear ?
Frank S. Evans, manager wholesale ,
department Strawbritge & Clothier, i
W. C Brown. Dry Goods. Mill Ends
J. I? X Smythe, J. I* N. Smy the Com- j
party. Paper. I
George S. Lenhart. secretary and di?
rector Atlantic City Publicity Bu?
Alfred H. Mehl, Yarnall Paint Com?
Charles Z. Tryon. Edward K. Tryon.
Jr.. A Co.. Sporting Goods.
Henry C. Stewart. Westmoreland
Chemical and Color Compat.y.
Henry Bell, president Bell. Walt &
Co., Inc., Boots and Shoes.
N. B. Kelly, secretary Cnamber of
Isaac j>. Smyth. Jr. treasurer
Young-Smyth-Field Company, Hosiery. [
W. Fred Monroe. Monroe Bros. Ar'
Co.. Boots and Shoes.
William II. Weimer. Jr., Weimer,
Wright de Watkns Company, Boots and '
Frank X. Johnston, manager of sales '
John Lucas A Co. Paints and Var- ?
Charles c. Beyer, Miller, Bain, Beyer '
& Co.. Dry Goods.
Herman Loeb. director Department
of Supplies, Philadelphia.
A. P. Chapman. Bow en Dungat' Com?
pany. Millinery and Hi boons.
J. L O'Brien. Public ledger.
John F. Skill IS las. John F. iicllvaine
Company, Boots and Shoes.
Edwin Wright. DeCou Brothers' Com?
pany. Boots and Shoes.
Ossrsjs L. Mitchell. George L Mitch?
ell A staff. Advertising
ft S. Loncaker. T. P. A.. Pennsylva?
nia Railroad Company.
E> Miner Fen ton. Fenton La.be] Com?
pany. Inc.. Labels and Advertising
SUckers (gummed;. *
Edwin W. PurneU, J. H Welsh *
Co.. Mats and. Caps.
E. H. Peterson. T H. Peterson *
Co.. Merchant Tallora
It G. liegest? r. Philadelphia Press.
Walter G. Dong. Berth American.
F. N. Dunham. South.? i Hallway.
Charles Nahm. Nahm Bros.. Boots atid
Philip ?. Tilden, manager chemical
sales Harrison Bros. * C?k. In';.. Chem?
icals and Paints.
Hiram Reedy. H. B. Hanford Com?
pany. Goodyear Glove Lubbers
John H. Schoneld. Sullivan A Co..
William J Braalgan. Uorbrar Moto-|
srraph Company. Motion-Picture Mau
i.fa< t irers.
Charles A. D'irer.. K?!>f Vanufae
tu--ng Companv. Vir um Cl<-an< r*.
A. Jon*>? Yo.-ke. ??to Eiacnlobr sc
Bros. Ci^-ir Mar ula*l urer*.
E. H. Chrl?t, Raymond Cor?.Xa>, '
H.tbert Alston. Ueorge F. Sceaiou. <
Young-Smyth - Field Company. ..o
ti.ms. Ifotsery. I'ndeiweer.
K .'i ng Te|eKraph.
R.?t>-rt I'tddle. second. Btddl. Hard?
ware Company. Hardware J
E. T ?Irlswold. Corbln-Cebtn*-! \y<*.
C<:npan>. Locks and Hardww?.
V. C V. illtams. !'? nn'yivanle Kell-'
.? M W Hr.gr?. c.ionneo? n .
Morgen H Thomas. Girrett-Bo.
i--in f'rr.ranv. Paper
I. Irwin i*cott. Scott Paper Com?
pany. Toilet Papers.
Thomee J Armstrong, manager
SSM sal's. Harrison Bros a Co.. Inc .
' h<-mica Is and Paints i
John C II? iobey. James Spear Stove
end Heat Company. Heaters, stoves
H Metlvaln BMdle Henry C SjfrSdle
A OSj. Woolens.
Joseph Kehn. M K>hn a Son. Shins.
1 t li phis flee id
C W Tseng. C. W Toofg a CO.
- - ?.. Maeufs -?-.r ? ra
leorpe W Scott, Bower. Hungen
Cr,tapany. stimnery sad Rlkbtee
rrsak W. NesT. Sepplee Hardware
H W gnelHIev MhefMer Tyler C??m
t %nv Notions Hoab ry. eCrwear
1 'unl.f lawr'W, Jr. president
la? ffw Mrl'iM.n f'nmpaay. Vamtsb
Braos C MrPnOd?-* rtee-pr?-s?eewt
lee^ea??-kw-Psddes) Cesnaeme. vor-1
Famous Sine* 1842
Made in Philadelphia and shipped direct to retail stores everywhere
acting as our sales agents You will find them in leading stores every-'
where. In Ric mond Whitman's are sold and lecor, mended by
ANDREW G. BRIGGS. 204 Hewilstr Pbce.
G0NNE11A BROTHEKS, 825 L Breat St
CHILOREY DRUG COMPANY. Firs! ui Bread Streets.
L K. SHEPHERD i CO. 409 East Bread Street
STEPHEN F. WHITMAN & SON. Inc., PHILADELPHIA
Makers of Whitman's instantaneous Chocolates
Look for the
//e fs Aboard the Philadelphia
Trade Expansion Special Train
V < ' ? ? ???
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John T. Lewis & Bros. Co,