Salt Lake Tribune, 20 Feb 1890

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> to bj effect JM re a i my recommend to I npmpn liliUSilUli us Share Your Loss. Hat? our line? Kw) you are en«tl7rtothe'bBst tbe'market »^ r0d8 ,; lt 7 iBth ° sel0 ^ o mention tho fact, to miy one familiar with Salt Lake City, that onr stock raS SECOND TO^XOXK found in America.. Ye.. B ay in the world. Our advice: Got the best. "-^'"""" Jilvprty to smile at your nnforlnnate victim. v _v**;*RE _v**;*RE YOU ft LOSS! The way we inland to do H is ». .-. ifueiiig, for your benefit, a Jiberul Hat and Shoe Sale. Pst^^f^^ r\fK <n.M •• "_ -. .. . OFF ON OFF ON ILL HUTS! GFFEE Limited lo lODaysOttly. ^^XA^~s-^ *^~- ; ~--~-_ ~^Wo ~^Wo intend to have our Shoe and Hat Departments Crowded while this Gigantic Sale is in Progress. TRQOlWrSHOWlPRING ANB SUMMER.SIYLESilggQ or HATS also SHOES, which wo ordered by wire, to be shipped at once for. this Special Occasion Onr Hat Department! fn charge of Salt Lake's most popnlar and gentlemanly salesman, Mr. Frank B. Ransohoff, is the attraction of Goldsmith & Co. Constantly stocked with full sices of tho most noted brands of Fur, Felt, and Saxony Wool Hats. Tho hat we much brag of is worthy of mention: •'THE EXCELLENT," For which we are the only authorized agents for the West. - Their shapes aud qualities are pronounced unexcelled unexcelled by any in the laud. Try one. The Imported Derhy, London, Euf;la- rt, Which wo import, direct, for onr own consumption, is beyond a d-ii.bt the Quest $3 Derby sold. A jwlijo ^f hats will claim it-equal to a $5 ordinary hat, bought in a regular hat store. '•Goldsmith & Co.'s Own." Wo manufacture several brands of hats, from tho purest of stock only, including our own . "Goldsmith's Pocket," and besides, snch'as 1 "DUNLAP," I "KNOX," "MILLER," "YOUMAK"," etc. Tho latest craze for tho coming spring aro following shapes: Tho "Ray.zlo Daz/lo," The "Bull Do/e," Tlio "Wide-Awnke," The "McGiuty," In Crusher* Our Shoe Department! Is well looked after by the genial and polite Mr. Wm. L. Nicol, a gentleman who has made his mark in the leading cities of the country. We can sar right hero that no house kuown to u carries so many varieties of celebrated makes as we do. The average estab lishmect handles but one of-the pro duct-ions we mention. Kvorybody li acquainted with tho famous Curtis & Wheeler, Rochester If. Y., Shoe, Made of imported stock, and hand- sewed, which is equal to any custom ehoo made. And here we introduce Hanimii & Sous, JTew York, Need no comment. Tried from Main to California, and pronounced "th flnest." "Buckingham & Heclit" Branded OH every shoo or boot tnrnei out by these "Nonpareils." Hand sewed and Goodyear Welt their spe cialties. Chas. Heiser, Baltimore, Mel. The shoe that will fit any. shape of foot, owing-to the tenderness of th leather aud the flexible soles they use ] In Our Window Display You will flnd three well-known brand of shoes, to which wo applied th knife very seriously. A Line oi'B. Call' Shoes Cable screws, retailed formerly a $2.50; marked in plain figures now, a .$1.75. A Lino of Fancy Dress Shoes In congress, russet tops. A beauty worth rogularJy $3.50, Out Dowi to $2.50. A Line «f '-BurL" Calf Shoes In laco, button and congress, eol everywhere at ifl.uO, Displayed a $3.00. Pu1;eut LeaHior Shoes On Specialty

Clipped from The Salt Lake Tribune20 Feb 1890, ThuPage 2

The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)20 Feb 1890, ThuPage 2
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