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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,. TJlblWDASf, NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
There's a Reason" For Everything
The Reason For This
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Intelligence is on the Increase
We Increased our Salei of
LAST SPRING OVER 50
These mm will be back asaln for their fall garments brlnglnir their
friends with them Bo ou had better get In at once, while the assortment
of styles and fabrics Is at Its best.
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We have always had the high
est respect for public iitelligence in
our advertising and in our store serv
ice. In this manner we have gained
the public confidence and we aim to
retain it even though we may have to underestimate our select styles.
Our patrons will know what to expect when we tell them that we've just completed
our assortment of the latest styles from
The House of Kuppenheimer
The styles are distinctly individual. There's a grace and drape in their lines that is
pleasing to the eye the memory lingers.
The fabrics reflect high credit on the efficiency of the weaver's art; they are just from
the looms of the famous German, English, and American weavers. And the tailoring, as usual
with all Kuppenheimer clothes, is a little better than seems necessary.
Colors that harmonize with the autumn season; browns, blues,
grays, two-tones stripes, checks.
Every correct model in overcoats is also here; overcoats far dress
and overcoats for storm and hard wear. Regular $25 values, special at .
1013 Pa. Ave.
1013 Pa. Ave.
Last Spring, as has been the policy of the House of Grosner for some time past, they used the columns of The Washington
Times exclusively and they showed a gain of over 50.
We have called you attention lately, Mr. Merchant, to many substantial gains made by advertisers in various lines of
business, giving names, facts and figures.
Is your business showing an increase a satisfactory increase?
Are you using the columns of The Washington Times ?