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LINUS llLANK, EDITOH:
VOL- VI. NO- -12
territorial officers.
Ciiv.iid '. Delegate In Congress'
cinircl! Governor
.. .Secretary.
11 Ui«'i ...
\. Wan I
IMylor
\. I V'
,-|!rtl 'ln|)l
K. nnvfl:.
•\V. Mar::ixa
.Treasurer.
Auditor.
Surveyor (.Umoriil.
Snpt, 1'iibllc Instruction.
Cliiof.IiiKtiee.
U. S.DlstriiH Attorney.
TjnitedStates Marshall.
county officers.
.. I liegister of Deeds.
\. vi-nonal'l-.' Clerk of District Court.
-v.:
..Coroner.
u•'iiriu'i-'
.,i|
um
Treasurer.
•. Sunt, of Schools.
sl'imp•••••••• Surveyor.
viv '. .... Assesson
.iivi'rsc '. ..County Attorney
li'.V.mM-sio'Vors:—Ole A. Knudtson, 1st Dint.
,',,11 i:iiit 2d Dist... Jefferson Sitltler 3rd Dist.
C. At R.
rll.
1
o. 0. Ord, Vost. No. 29, meets at Wes-
r'
,,"sprinKs every Saturday on or before
.'.full moon of each month,
I'icrcc Commander,
iiniti.n Sen. Vice Com.,
r,-uu*is ..Adjutant,
!•'.
k. I'.arrelt
.Quarter Master.
A & A
FECI.TIER LODGE, No. 87.
anted ronumtnications, Friday evenings on
v-M
inrcilic lull moon,. Visiting brethren fra
.„.l!iy invited to be present.
j,\mks
'Vr.r.EitT fiuNDKBSON.
u-..«iiiL'(fn
J.W.Thomas.
li. O.CuimiiiPgs
KKiiorsos, W.*. M.'.
Secretary.
I. O. O. F.
niirlngs Lodge No. 81, Meets every
nidit. brothers of the order from
idler are cordially, invited to attend.
Smith N. lr.
K.
Adam W est.
See.
I. O. O.T.
n\nrOCir Lodge No. ino meets every
JuM'n-evening, at its rooms in tha court
•lou-ic withtlic following officers
sI'oint, Chief Templar.
Vloy T.diieniire,
Wil. .'Donald,
I hiurgess.
Vice Templar
Secretary.
Treasurer.
J. C- A. &• I S-
n„, iM-iiicipal place of business of the Jerauld
v™|i'
Agricultural & Industrial Society, is
ftV-s«iii! ton Siiniij,'^
c. w. urn
President,
Secretary,
Treasurer.
J. C. F. A.
ThcJorauW County Farmers Alliance Holds
,t.s meetings '.it tlio court House in Wessington
^Hvin1U'V
Ilrfiv/nell President
Miles Vice-President,
SlarslinU Secretary and Editor,
c.' V. Martin County Lecturer.
J. c. w. c. T. CJ.
Tlio Jerauld County W. tf. T.'y meets wheu
jillcd Is'Hxccutive'Coihirtittee.
Mrs,I'uuieMiles Wsssiiigton Springs, Pres.
Mrs. 1). H. Waterburv' Cor. Sec.
Sirs. Jlattic Hinford, Lynndale, Hec. see.
Mrs, N. C. Hall, Wess. Springs, 'lreas.
W. C. T. U.
Pioneer Union of Wessiijgton Springs meets
flK'^iidaud -jtli Wed. o£ ui»cji AIo. at the JJ. L.
CllMI'tll,
Mrs. I. II.Dlank fFes
Mrs Marv liateman VieePHjs.
Mrs. Kubv.I. Smart............ Kec. Sec.
lire. C. M. Hpears por, Sec.
frcas.
c.
Tin". Wessington Siirings Wliite Cross Society
meets the llrst Tuesday in nach montli, witli
Uie follnwim (.orps of olliccrs:
T. Linus lilank. President,
I'id. .1. K. Kreuland, Vii:p President,
lliraai C'olfee, Secretary,
-lilt. Thompson, Treasurer.
M. E drar^h.
Services are held each Kabbatji as follows:
Sunilay Kchool at JO o'clock a! in, Preaching
follow
iping
astor.
at
11:00
o'clock a. in', and Class Mt#r,
ill,'. 1'iayci fleeting every Thursday pvWpi
Uev. Charles Vessey Pasl
F. M. Chnrob.
Si-i-vicc? nt the Sriuiin.n'yv Preaching every
nal'liath at 1. M. Prji/fer meeting every
WiMnesday evening at KO'cloek. All are lnvi
W, U. C. COFKKH.
S E
W sMu^tnij (Springs Young Polks' Society of
(Iirhtian KiideavVir will lueett cacir Tuesday
'•"•"liii!! at tin* M, 12. Cburcll. VIliceFs.
-VWistine l.al'uiut,
lv:'.ra Smart,
'-ulu Smart
A. t. Sturgess,
President,
^Vice President.
Secretary.
Treasurer.
MAIL AND STAGE LINES,
Wcssington Spciitg^, a^l WooUsccket
I't' -V"1 WcssiiigVoi] Springs Daily, at
7
fqO AM
Ai'i'ivi-s at Woonsoclict '10:30"AM
Leaves Wiiaiisoeket. 2:00 I'M
Arri»".sat Wessington Springs," 5:30PM
Wessington Springs and Wbite Lokti
I-"a\es Wessington siir's.M. W. F. at
8:00
AM
Arrives at Cniw uake ,, .,11:30 AM
I'S Crow Lake AL W. F. 1:00 1'
it :vi s:u Wessington Sp's,, ,, ,, 4:00 PM
'-"iiiiocls at Crow Lake with White Lake stage.
Wessington Springs and Miller,
'.'•ayes Wessington Sp's. Mon. Fri. at 7:00 AM
Arrives *t ilillcr TkOOPM
('B0.
Tue,.Sat
if
V'aycsMhtef
Arrivos at Wesslftpia aSp'i.
X. lotion, Proprietor.
:00 Ail
D:00 I'M
Waterbury and Wessington Springs,
\vv \'V,'1),ll'y. Daily at 7:00 AM
i,
Sit,
'?ssinuton Springs
An ivlS
4i
XV.
An nei at Waterbury
12:00
J,s,ln«t":i spriltus 1:00 PM
«:0
()1'M
1'. Jones. Proprietor.
P. K, ItAlUtETT. I'.
Railroad Time Tables.
c. M.
&
st, P.
At Alpena—Passenger South at 9:14 a m.
Passenger North at 4:.~G in.
Freight North at 10:20 a m.
... Freight South at 3:58 m.
^^'socki't— Passenger North at 4:35 m.
1'as.sengcr South at '.I:.'!5 am.
Passenger liast at 9:35. am.
''i eight North at 0:3.j a m.
Freight South at 4r.'3." m.
.. I'r.-iglit Iv.isl at y:i.i a in.
ivivifS ill-1-3
iu, l,rvijilu
l!Tives
Tha fanners of Diikotn having suf
l'orcd in the legislation of two years
ago because of the indigontion, cf cer
tain of the legislators, it is earnestly
hoped that the
"member from Jerauld"
will keep his bowels regular during
the present session.
THE OTHER SIDlv
••The American (Constitution must
be preS'.'rved.
i'hesearu the.'.Vijrtl.- Chat head the pe
tition \vh '.'h v.-ss circulated for igna
turi'cs, a shefi'lime since., .It ivas done
for no other than an honrabla and le
gitiniiite purpose, and in the interest
of those wiuv love thn so much prized
liberty which our fathers iDorec! and.
died to maintain.
The petition respectfully requests
the following rights:
Not to pass any bill in regard to the
obsen ance of the Sabbath, or Lord's
Day, or anv other religious or eeclesi
lstical institution or rite nor to favor
in any way the adoption of any resolu
tion lor the amendment of the nation
al constitution that would in any way
give prefer?nce to the principles of
any one religion above another, or that
will in any way sanction 'legislation
upon the subject of religion but that
the total separation between religion
and the state, assured by cur national
constitution as it now is, miiy forever
remain as our father.vesty.blished it."
The senLiment of the petitiou is
nothing Jess than the:-free right to
ones conscience, that should be cher
ished by every individual upon this
'.abil.able globe, and maintained by
voice and pen.
The petition upholds truth und right
eousness. and is opposed to any article,
,)r amendment, to the contrary in what
er form in regard to religion.
-Every man who conducts himself
Mi a goon citizen is accountable aloile
to tlodj for his religious faith, and
should be protected in worshiping God
according to the dictates of his own
conscience."—George Washington.
•'Leave the matter of religion to the
family alter, the church, anil the pri
vate school, supported entirely by pri
vate cpntributions. Keep the church
and the state forever separate."—U. S.
Grant.
"Congress shall make no law respect
ing an establishment' of religion, or
prohibiting the free exefcise thereof."
-U. S. Constitution.
If Senator lllair's proposed amend
ment to the national constitution does
not provifle for the establishment and
maintainance of a national religion,
then no religion was ever established
or maintained in this world.
As no religious tenets, doctrines, or
beliefs can be taught in the school, ex
cept giiQh qs are cpr»»gn tc r.U denom
inations of the Christian, religion, it
will follow inevitably that £h,ore shall
be ollicially called a nation^ council
ot the churches io decicle what wife the
principles common to all, ancl to estab
lish a. rJatiqnjil creed, which shall be
enforced ,aivEl inculcated by national
power in all the public schools in the
United States. That is exactly what
Senator Hlair's constitutional amend
ment assures, so surely as it, or any
thing sitnijar to it, shall ever be adopt
ed.
Yours ff)r,eqtial rights and liberty of
conscience, Amer. Citizen!
GRAND SPELLING CONTEST.
The editor, o-fr^he XrueT llepublican.
Kinclly offers Alden's Encyclopedia as
capital prize to the township contain
ing the best speller in the county.
This Ldizc to b,e competed for year
ly. the banner township retaining the
books for one year.
Mr. Jilosser further offers one year's
subscription of tht True Uepublican
to the best speller ip each township.
Co. Supt. Minford offers a copy of tin
Eclectic Geography to the capital prizi
winner.
A committee of seven were appoint
ed to complete arrangements,
The committee have decided on the
following points:
The contest will be written. One
hundred words are to be selected lrom
the first 75 pages of McGuffey's lievised
Speller, and in case of tie 25 additional
A-ords
from the next 25 pages of the
book.
The number of applicants lrom any
one township is limited to four, these
will be selected by a contest in each
township.
Final contest will be held in
court house at Wessington Spring:
about March the lirst, l8S0.
OF
he
COMMUNICATIONS-
107™
the weeds and grass oi
Some frost in
late perhaps some one tried to make a
en-
blizzard but tailed to Iiml
Mr. and Mrs. .lames l-ost-. aic
tertaining their son who °v'.
i-'ieiii i.b.iut a wtek a.j'.i.
pleased with our lino weathef that ie
THE
PEOPLE, FROM
THE
thinks he will stay in Dakota till l'.tOO
Mrs, Maxwell, landlady at the Cot
tage Ifouse in Woonsocket, has been
Visitiug friends in I'leasant. Arthur
came up Liter and furnished some ex
cellent music at the literary.
The senate is progressing as well as
can be expected. The womans suf
frage bill passed by a good vote, but
the president used his veto power and
returned it to ihe senate. A bill'
thanking Hon. O. S. Gilford for his ins
terest and assistance, received a/unan
imous vote. The house was well filled.
George Knieriem attendui ttVe G. A.
R. rally at the Socket last week.
Af Dell Sowerwine smiles to think
he'H be obliged to buy another piece,"
of'land and a. team. Two boys, one
farm and one team don't work well.
Some two weeks since.
Mark Eaton didn't go for good he's
home again. 'i r.p.sim:s.
teach rsI
nstitut E-
To be held at Waterburv. Jan. l'.tth,
ISS'.i.
I'rogrm: 111in.
iisic.
10:10 Intellectual Arithmetic, lij{
Shi nip and f. S. Uinford.
lOiotj .Mathematical (Jeography, S E
Austin.
11:40 I!ecitatioii, (I. 11. Lehman.
Noon.
1: .Music.
1:10 Test spelling of worda from
I". S. Constitution. Co.Supt.
1 -0 Dictionary Work, J. r. Wicks.
2:00: ]5'nsineos, letter note, bill
each teacher to furnish one: of each
for examih.ition by critic.
2:30: Program for last day of school,
each teacher to give model of his most
successful clasiOg day.
3:00: Reading circle work, Fred 11.
Luke.("
Committee.
The following is the program for the
Central Institute to be Tteld at the
school bouse at Wessington Springs,
the fourth Saturday ot Januarry 188!).
How to teach primary numbers, and
what errors to avoid, Mrs. E. C. Nor
dyke.
Least Common Multiple, jts nature
and use.—T. L. Syhjte.
What are the essentials of Geogra
phy.—Miss Ejla Hewitt.
First weeks impressions of school
teaching.—Chas. Ford.
The use of music in the common
school.—Miss Ida Nesmith.
Natural qualifications of the school
teacher.—E Xordyke.
Essentials to good reading—Geo O
Williams.
Select Heading.
How much technical Grammar
should be taught .in the common
school—J Wicks.
S.team Heating of Passenger Cars.
To the Chicago, Milwaukee and St:
Paul Kailway belongs the credit for
first having brought the matter of
steam heating pf cars into general no
tice to that com pan belongs the cred
it of being the first "Western road which
has brought its expsriment to a suc
cessful issue, and to that company the
traveling public will be indebted for
its taking the initiative in equipping
its principal through trains with this
comfort-producing and life-saving ap
paratus.
In order to explain the manner in
which the cars are heated the following
is furnished by Mr. George Gibbs, Me
chanical"engineer of the Chicago, Mil
waukee & St. Paul Railway.
The steam is taken direct from the
locomotive boiler through pressure reg
ulating and safety valves, which allow
low pressure steam only to pass back
tc the cars, through the main train sup
ply pipe and thence to the heating pipe
in each car.
The direct supply pipe is carried
through the top of the cars, and flexi
ble connections made over the cente
of the platforms by means of automat
ic couplings and hose, liy this con
struction. complete immunity from
danger of scalding in case of accident
is secured: the reducing and safet)
valves making over pressure impossi
ble and the automatic coupling on top
of cars allowing harmless escape of the
steam, and instantly breaking connec
tion to locomotive.
The direct train pipe is tapped it
each car by a branch pipe, which com
municates with radiator piping alon
the sides for heating surface. In addi
tion to this, provision is made for prop
erly ventilating cars by an arrangment
in each of "indirect heating" radiators,
very similar.to stacks in the cellars oi'
houses heated by steam, so that tin
motion of the train iorces in large vol
umes of heated fresh air.
This feature in connection with a de
vice used for automatically regulating
the temperature "to a fixed point, say 70
degrees, assures the highest attainai le
ter climate,
V1'1 a ha a in
PEOPLE, FonTHE PEOPLE."
WESSINGTON SPRINGS, JERAULD COUNTY, DAKOTA, JAN. 11 IBM!.).
BUSINESS CARDS
H. C. SHOUSE, M. D.
Hoiaeopatliic Pliysician and Siirgcon,
PLA NKINTON, DAKOTA. 3-14tf
L. TURNER, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
i«r
Wessington Springs Dakota.
Olliee, North Siile Main Street. l."0
"IfA." IV!."wATM IAS, WlTpT
(Graduate of the University o£ Pennsylvania—
Class oi lSOu), olTers his professional vviees.
A full line ot
PURE DRUCS AMD MEDICINES,
Iso, Stationery, Toilet Artieles, Garden Seeds
Points, Oils, Class. Putty, &e.
wEssi'xGtfo si-luxes, DAKOTA.
JOE DOCTOR,
WI101.HSALK UK.Vl.Kl IN'
ALL KIKDS OF GRAIN, SEEDS & COAL.
Woonsocket. Dakota.
cTw7mcdonald,
Attorney at Law and Notary Fublio
Wessington Springs, Dakota.
Conveyancing promptly and earefully atte.id
ed to. Will practieo in all the Territorial courts
Collections remitted as soon as made.
THOS. H. NULL,
Attorney at Lav & District Attor
ney fcr Jerauld Connty.
Practices in all
Territorial Courts and liel'ore the Interior De
partment. Collections promptly attended to.
ALBERT (HJNDERSON.
A TTORNEY AT LAW.
-£i»AYill practice in the District,
Probate and Justices courts. .Collec
tions a specialty.
Wessington Springs, D. T.
HARNESSSHOP!!
Just Across From The "l'ost-oflice.
Wh^re You Will Find Every
Thing You Need In That Line
WASHING.
Olf.INU AND llliPAIUl Nti A SPKCIAI/1Y.
C- HALL. Wessington Springs-
JEWELRY SHOP.
Clocks cleaned and repaired
AT
E.H. Ford's.
Spectacles, Umbrellas, And Jewel
ry Of All Kinds, Neatly Repaired
ALBERT GUNDERSON,
AX THE
JERAULD COUNTY BANK,
WILL MAKE
Real Estate Loans.
OLD LP AXS HENE WE D.
We make a specialty of this class of
loans If ypur old loan is due, or about
to become due we will clpar your title
and make you anew loan in the sljprt
est possible time.
F1XAL PltOOF W01{IC DONE.
XKW LOANS MADK ON FINAL PllOOF,
JNTKKEST AS LOW AS TJ-IE I.OAVKST
TITLES EXAMINED ANW PKltFE(TKl).
CALL A^D GET JiAT.ES.
Wessington Springs Dakota
CHICASq
T°§t.paui
Fa64 Mail Line With Vestilmled 'rain.i he
tweuj."Cnieago. Milwaukee, ht, I anl and ^im
nuapniis.
^Trans-Continental Route '"'V'Viii1,1.
Chicago. Council hlutls. Oinalisi ami the a i!u.
''oasr.t
Great National Route iM'twron Oii:*
go, Kansas City and St. .1 •b« ]m. M».
5700 Miles Of Road p-.iehinjr ail priu
cipal joints in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minm.M)(.i.
Iowa, Misswuri and Dakota.
For maps, tinio tables, rates of passage and
freight, i*te.. apply to tlio nearest sralnm
of the Chicago* Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway^ or to any Hailroad Agent anywhere
In the World.
R.Miller, A V. H. Carpenter,
General ^lana^ej'. (iwfl I'ass and 'J let. A^t.
I I.I.WAli Iv KK, V/1SCOXSIN.
fl3^"Kor information in reference to lands and
towns owned oy
LL*e
('J1 11
diF
*m IS dw $
Wessin«to:i
*4 ComprtitloH tai Iho
yoxi
......... rcakUig
SEWING
LWA I'K 1:1: &
S'r. Paul Kailwa CoiniKiny. write to
Halkjan,Land Coot ndssu)ner,.^»ilwuuKee, is
eonsin
larovEB 6,000,000
of the largest and most nUablebouse, and the uae
Ferry's Seeds
M. FERRY & CO. are
acknowledged to be the
argest Seedsmen
In the world.
D. M. FEREY & C'o'a
llluatrated. Descrip
tive and Priced
SEEO ANNUAL
For 1880
^Will be mailed FREE
to all applicants, and
to Just- year'a customers
^/withoutnrdenngit.
Earliest Cauliflower 1
la cslsteace. should Ben J'or it. AiMre&b
O. MR. FERRY&CO.,
Detroit. Mich.
I0W THEY ALL WANT
Fop
It does
such
W .11 ii' |J IM pi Ea
LnlihLA
Free Methotiist Seminary.
This institution is lo.jiitf.l at. thi foot On WESs N:T( I I I,T,S, t'i
fin": to the Kast :i Wfil wiitcr ani! l.t-atii.tfta pniirift couttlrv.
r»:ir nro prtilclics in the midst or whose Ti!.sil iJil'RS, and l?
K.S(HTK HOCKS, onu is mudo Io'i'orgut i'«r tin tliiic, ili.st it fc-.a, iuw
to the'open prairie.
'L'his schooil is l«en i'ounil"d 1'or thn purpose of tiitordin-r :tn opport.uni-'
tv to a to a in am it on at ii is vi an in ii
that would aid in forii.'iu!' a. Christ i-isara'jt'-r.
Hooni is provided for thosi who wish to board in the buildimr and thus
vail themselves of the benelits ot beinjr a member of the .s'eliool fair.ilw
whi.-h is conducted upon the plan of a well regulate:! Christian hoiis.-hc.ki'
'I'h.e fall term closes Is'ov, SsHilRbS. The, winter term i)e'\ ti to March
spring term March f.'iith to ,Tr.r.e 15th. v..-
.For further information address, K.
Sprlnsru.-
THE 1
P.U
10.
:ti
ll
acc.ordiu^ to yourneuUs.
aci'.orillim'
rosilivi*ly none Konnlno unlcM having mir unmo an.I price .etaini^d vjlninly mi iio *olcs Your
retailor vili supply you with shoes so stampcij If you insist, upon his ctoi'n^ so ir^"vouVfo'not .soin'
retailers will coax
into buying inferior siiot.'.s up-m which liicy make ti larger prcil«.
'OAps MEMS'
$3 SHOE
UNEXCELLED IN
STYLE
UNEPUALLEIJ
DURABILITY
AND
3
SHoij3
quality ot factory products. In our line- we arc the lur^t numuCncdn ci-.- iti'the CJuiicd State.-.
One of our traveling salesmen who now visiting tho shoe reiuitcrs of the l-'acilio roost and lio"'-y
Hountuin Region writes from there iollows
"1 am more than satisfied with the results of my trip. I have thus far succeeded in pheing our fu!i
line in the hands of'A No. dealers in overv point I have veiled." He yoes on lo "This is
wpleiiHiil region for us to sell shoes in, beeansc nu»r, of the retailers are chari',in' their riM'omers .-it
retail about double the prices which the shoes have cost, at wholesale. Thp oonsepu'-ueo is tint the.
people who wear shoes are paying six or seven dollars a pair r«»r shoes which are iiof v/.u has much our
•IA3IKS WrEAXS' S3 mid JS-I- rtllOKS. Our sliocs with thoir rv low ruudl pih es c.rupo'l on the
doles of every pair are lu-cak^ig down the high prices which have hitherto ruled la t! i.mrhviK here
and when a'retailer jmts a full line of goods' in liis stock they at oncc Ue.^in to oil"
Now, kind reader, just stop and consider what the above sncmjio
assures you that you keep on buvlng shoes 1 tearing no inanufjict urer-J
on the soles, y^u cannot tell what vou are gelling and v«.ur retaih*r is p:
what your shoes have cost him. Now. can vou ait».rd thi wliii.
burnatnea^d the fixed retail price upon the sdlt our slmes before Uv
cannot be made to pay more for your shoes than they are worth
Shoos from our celehi ned lactorv arc ctohl by \vMie-a».voU» rrtni!
the couiitry* Wo will place them easily within yqur reach in any
Stui
cent In a postal card and write to us.
JA31ES MEA&8 & CO., 41 Lincoln St., Boston. Iter
SJfJCOLK, WESRASKA.
Pur©-bred Fr.ehcli ©raft (Fereheroiii or g^lormari)
Artb EfcSCSUS# SH!RE
li ew lmnortutions constantly received. nsuiv.ayj wflc-o.r-, '.e ii ».•.}.•.• SfitJ for
A WISE WOMAN
Bought the Splendid
HIGH ARSV3
JUNE
SINSEi
BECAUSE IT WAS THg S'EST.
beautiful irorlr.
Sampls Machine Mss,
EVERY MACHINE WARKAfilED FAR 5 YEARS.
Agents Wanted in UnoecnsM Territory,
ME IAN0FACTURINS
CO
BELV5DERE, ILL.
Thoi3t!5rJj!i
i:i:-:ucd ilii'-c.-.
V5*\ for itll who pur
ohase the luxuries or tho
«WKSS neuestilioa of lilc*. Wo
can ololhc you and furnish you with
nil U':i5 ueca.isary aucl vmnocessary
uppluinco.s to ride, walk, dancc, sleep,
cat, 11 sh, hucr, work, go to churcn,
or stay at hou'.o, and in various sizes,
styles and qna'atities. Just ilgiire c-uf
what is required to do all those thins:'.
CGSifuSTABLY.
nr-cl Jr°u
cai1
II. iI,.\,K, A£S0£:I.A'nj
'PI
OUB IATSS3T IMPEOVEMENTS
of
NO- .'iiK5
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Vi'est is a lino rolling prairie doited with 'arn
Still farther to tin:
houses.
In addition to natural advantage of location it.has the benefit o!' Htnnr in
a strong prohibition county.
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Trade,'M aiitl ff you have nof se^n our latest huprovofl *»6orjs voii
cariuot iniatflm* how lively ir.i'lc i^. or l.ovv hnni our comiciii.ors have to work k«:ep within 'iiiriit «»f* u?s
Ask your retailer for the .iAMES MKANS' SUOii, or
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JA.UIiS KANS* hiC SliOK
fflKES MEAWSi
$4 SHOE
CANNOT FA1
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THE MOST ,^
FASTI
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Such has been thn recent progress in our branch of industry that arc now al !otonfRrm that fhc
James Means' $1 Shoe Is in every respect equal to the shi-» whit-honly a few voars a^ro were v- il» .1 atcicrh*:
or ten dollar* If you will try on a pair you will bo ronviurj-.l thai we ilo not cvaj^^-rau-. Ours arc ihe
original and $4 Shoes, and those who initials our svsit»m of Uusinus-^ aro unalJ«M.ocm».'.*•:•.• v. it
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