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THE ARGUS, FltlDAY, "OCTOBER 26, 190C.
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The Child's Store
because the mother can save money and
get a larger selection.
FAVORITE TRADING PLACE
because we show the up to the minute
merchandise and lots of it.
The Man's Store
because we sell at a legitimate profit
and he knows it
OUR increasing business is the result of legitimate merchandising-.
This store, each year, has grown more popular
because we keep up to the times. Always showing the styles and
models as soon as they appear.
This season our selection is the largest in our history. The range of patterns is greater,
the assortment of models comprises every- known idea that is of any worth. Our prices, as
heretofore, are the lowest, consistent with the quality. In suits we show all the prevailing
fabrics in King Edward Checks, Club Stripes, Velour, Overplaids and a number of other ex
clusive things that we and we only show. It is our aim to show merchandise that is just a bit
different. The result is our store is the largest.
Suits from $7.50 to $27. 50
Ours is the most extensive in this locality. Showing everything that is desirable in
blues, blacks and grey herring bone effect in all the popular lengths and models. This de
partment has enjoyed a wonderful increase over all previous . jears and no doubt the reasons
are the selections and moderate prices. While every clothing merchant is talking advance we
are showing better qualities for the price than ever before. The Loudon will save you from
one to five dollars on an Overcoat or Cravanette.
Overcoats from $5.00 to $40.00
Cravanettes from $10.00 to $2 7.50
YOUNG MEN'S DEPARTMENT
In this department is where we shine and our clothing makes the 3roung men shine. Our
Young Men's Clothing is made expressly for us by concerns that make nothing but Young
Men's Clothing. The- devote their entire time to it and we devote a lot of our time to it. We
have made The London the young men's store and intend. to keep it as such. The accom
pauying cut is "The Harvard" model. .Let us show you the real thing.
Suits from $10 to $25
Overcoats from $10 to $30
CHEAPER ONES TOO!
The London Special $2.00 and $2.50
The Imperial $3.00
The Stetson $3.50
The Dunlap $5.00
A Rid Une of Hals and Caps from SO Cents to S1.5Q
' CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
Ours is the mother's favorite store for children's goods, and it ought to be. We make it
a point to give the best values possible and we take everything into consideration make,
quality, style and last but not least, the price. We know clothing the children is quite an
item of expense, especially at this time of the year when there is so many other things to buy,
like coal and potatoes. Just drop in with the boy and see how much we can save you.
Suits from $1 to $10
Overcoats from $1.25 to $12
Everything else for children at extremely low prices
SPECIAL FOR SPECIAL FOR SPECIAL FOR SPECIAL FOR SPECIAL FOR
SATURDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY
25c $1.00 $1.90 $1.00 $15.00
For Blue Stripe c.. yi r i
RIOIJSF For Wool For Men's For Emery For SUITS
WAISTS UNDERWEAR PANTS SHIRTS WOrth
worth 50c worth $.150 worth $2.50 worth $1.50 $18 to $20
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