The Old Shoemaker: R. S. Adams 1842
Posted By: cheryl moonen (email)
Date: 9/24/2017 at 18:13:46
Thursday, February 16, 1843
Paper: Hawk-eye and Iowa Patriot (Burlington, Iowa)
The Old Shoemaker.
R. S. Adams has removed to his new brick building, on Main Street, nearly opposite the Post Office, where he has opened a fresh, and extensive stock of
Boots & Shoes, &c.
Consisting of ladies fashionable Morocco, Prunella, and fine Calf, Boots, Shoes and Slippers; Men’s extra fine, fine, coarse, fine and coarse Boots, Shoes and Brogans; Boy’s and Children’s Boots and Shoes;
Buffalo and other Over Shoes.
Leather Traveling Trunks.
Leather of all kinds, at wholesale or retail. Findings for the trade, and every variety article in his line. Also, custom work done to order, with neatness and dispatch as usual.
The Subscriber takes this opportunity to thank his old CUSTOMERS, and the PUBLIC in general, for their former patronage, and hopes to merit a general share of their future favors.
R. S. Adams
Burlington, Jan. 20, 1842
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