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How Can We Make Your Fall
Clothes As Inexpensive As Possible?
That's our problem; we're here to serve you in
clothes; we want to do it better than an
we get the best clothes for wear and st,
beat that. We have them in
Hart Schaffner and Marx and
High Art Clothes
If we sell them on close margins, we're giving you
more value. We're doing it.and 'we're here to prove it.
See Our Early Showing of Overcoats
Don't Treat 'em Rough!
rieres some good advice that w
ny:. ~~money for you: Take care of your clothebuhte
often, hang them up on a good hanger atlihtk l
heavy articles out of the pocketskeys, e
alternate your suits-wear one a few da
off. Good clothes deserve good care; yul ewl
. paid if you "treat 'em" with care.
Boys Cwolothes for Fal/
~---~Real Economy means buying Real Quality.
Derbies ight Posture
Feels BOYS' CLOTHES
FALlSos Are designed to stand the
FALL HOESroughest wear and tear.
Bostonians It is not how much money
Leonard you put into your boy's
Shaw & Dean clothes but how much wear
SHIRTS he gets out of them that
Neckwear "RIGHT POSTURE" Boys
BeltsClothes wear much longer,
1 - Pajarnas
Pajaas clothes per season- -aMoney
heShtSaved. Everything in fur
nishings for boys.F
SATISFACTION Econm Clo ing QuaMity.
ALWAYS Cash Clothiers "Suits Me"S
LAURENS, S. C. GREENWOODAr dg t.o
roughest wer ndter