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The business of H. S. PETERS'
OS BROTHERHOOD OVERALLS
(Trade Mark Registered) is not the "growth of a night.” It has been slow, but always steady. Might have grown faster by bluff, brag and gift enterprise methods, but I prefer doing business on merit and principle, even though it takes longer. So I make overalls that for careful attention to every point which adds to comfort, service and neatness, are without equal and I stand by every garment I send out.
The Patent Safety Watch Pocket, fleece lined, can only be had on my goods, and I'll gladly tell you all about them if you'll write me. Insist upon having
If you will send me your name I will send you a booklet explaining the Co-operative Producers' Club plan. Its members are sharing rich, ground-floor oil profits monthly, amounting to 60% and even 200% per month.
It's absolutely sure and absolutely honest. No stocks.
JAMES A. DAVIS,
Oil Operator, Elyria, Ohio.
PRAOTICAL SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Giver 4- to 5000 flashes before renewal. Can be carried in pocket.
PRICE, Complete, $3.00. Extra Renewals only 80c.
AMERICAN ELECTRICAL NOVELTY & M'F'G CO.,
268 Contre St., New York. When writing to advertisers, mention this Journal.
OF OUR UNION MADE
Consisting of Overalls and Coats, made of the best materials in either Plain Blue Denim, Blue and White Striped Twills, or Brown and Black Checked Duck with Cap to match with patent leather visor, to the first Railroad man who secures us a good merchant to handle our line of J. & C. GARMENTS in a city where we are not already represented; the first one who sends in his
order with the railroad man's measure secures the suit for the railroad man free to introduce our line and advertise same. Who will be first on the list?
Oshkosh Clothing Manufacturing Co.
Home of the Carhartt Overall
CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY OF NEW JERSEY.
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When writing to advertisers, mention this Journal,
F ALL men who wear working
clothes none are more fastidious than the Locomotive Engineer. Not only do his requirements
demand full-cut and well-designed garments but his intelligence is not satisfied with work that is unmechanical in principle or faulty in execution; and withal the pride in his profession and the fact that his calling makes him notably conspicuous, prompt him to look most carefully to the neatness of his working garb.
No higher endorsement could therefore be given the RED SEAL goods than to say that Engineers are their best patrons; basing our aspirations on the support so liberally accorded us during the past year we hope during 1903 to place a RED SEAL in every cab west of the Alleghany Mountains.
Of the many styles of RED SEAL garments the Railroad King Overalls and Jackets are what their name implies.
Illustrated booklet with full particulars on application.
Wien writing to advertisers, mention this Journal.