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Thursday Morning, June 25, 1914
THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER
I -:? Columbia Tailoring Company's Semi-Annual
The Event of The Summer Season*
No Fabrics Carried Over; Everything
Goes at Reduced Prices.
T is the Columbia Tailoring Company's rule to carry over no fabrics *from
season to season. This prevents the accumulation of undesirable and
out-of-date cloth and assures customers of getting the very newest
fabrics when they place orders for tailoring, ][
As the end of the season for summer tailoring is approaching we have arranged a great closing out sale of all fabrics in stock'; at immense
reductions. To appreciate just what this means one must remember the high grade of the woolens sold by, us,, the high class work turn
ed out in our shops and the very reasonable prices at which Columbia tailored clothing is regularly sold.
We buy cloth, both foreign and domestic, in immense quantities from thejrianufacturers, thus securing the closest prices. Then these fabrics are made up to measure
?ccording to a carefully systematized method, which enables us to do the finest tailoring at minimum cost. We sell tailored to measure clothing direct to men throu
out the country by means of several hundred local connections, thus saving to the customer the middle man's profit. In this way we are able to take your measure and
design and make a suit to your order at a price no higher than a similar suit would cost if bought from a ready made stock. -o'- -
The result of our ^ystenv Our facilities and pur direct selling plan is all to the advantage of the buyer and enables the custorner.tQ.w.e.ar the highest class of stylish
made to measure clothing at ready-made prices. ...... .
Now, for, this semi-annual clearance event we have made some startling prices; There are a large number of special fabrics in this sale; the very best cloth we
could secure to sell at regular prices. "These go into the general reduction. Theprices have been cut and cut deep ; but these summer fabri cs must be closed out.
be,? Wfcd over to next yea^
All $13.50 to $16.$fr Suits for $lfc00
?U $18, $20, $22.50 Suits for $15.00
AM $25, $27.50, $30 Suits for $20.00
These prices ?&e for two piece suits;
made to your measure; a fit guaran
teed or no sale. :: :t :
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i*Annual Clearance Sale Begins Sat. June
Continuing For 15 Business Days, Closing on July 14th.
. 4sflP^*'-. Now don't delay but come in at once and select your suit. Some of the patterns will be sold out
S ?^J^lW out soon and you may not get something you want. Come early, before any of the patterns are vJ'Jy. Ul
S J^^^Sffi??^ls? sold out, and have our entire stock to select from. We have hundreds of fabrics to show you many tC^^f l^?L
ls ^^^M^M pP^* <oi them new cloth put in especially for this sale. ?'; ^^V^^^^/ ^
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1 ? -I- 122 West Whitner Street. ?Jg Jl/ |
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