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~_J Wf® een a3 ked time and again how we can afford to sell goods—right in the very bloom of the Fall Season —at
M '•?- 'Z?~~as==r iZ> r~--^~' * ■ prices that are admitted lower than ever before. Here is the key to the secret: Mr. John Claflin, of the world- ®
® famed house of H, B. Claflin & Co., says in the New York Evening Post of September 30: "Through the -present depres- ©
® \hl LP I «)\ lIVI T ° Se " OUP goodsfor less mone y sion in trade the business of the wholesale merchant has fallen off'at least 40 per cent." Forty per cent less business ©
•Jgj " -»—' 7*X 11 v B than any house in California! . means 40 per cent, too much stock—4o per cent, of liabilities that cannot be met until this 40 per cent, of overstock is Jgj
jr.: "" It is a broad-sweeping, much- f turned into cash. Take the clothing business for instance—annual sales in the United States perhaps $20,000,000—40 w
meaning claim—but we have proven it in the past—we * percent means $8,000,000 of unsold clothing. Do you wonder that the largest purchasers of clothing in California — J-?
f shall prove it again this week I In each department we \ Jacoby Bros.—can and do buy thousands and thousands of dollars worth of the choicest clothing made in the country — ®
© announce this week most aggressive—most stupendous at 75c, at 65c and 60c on the dollar? Jacoby Bros, is the only clothing and shoe house in Southern California that has a @
© resident buyer in the Eastern market. He is right on the spot with ready cash to take advantage of all special offerings. jgj
jjj Special Bargains p OP This Week a Royal Collection of Genuine Bargains! |
© Positively UnequaJed in This Market. . ™ " zT . _ zT . _ ' .„, _ . _ "~z a ™T ©
© . s , „ -. ~ - „ Ladies' Qxfords! K» Wonderful Sale of Galifor- ®
© l^Wft^ 1 In Men's rail ~ - —— = ©
Ladies' & nla Underwear! sr%SSnBS: 1
@| if- \W\ ". <•-v.'"'"'?;'>' •SUITS I========= worth $1.50, our SS_ — shirts and Drawers, dfi&f
117Im 1 \ » u (k, \/ I U :_-__=!_ orico f eOc 500 strictly all-wool, flno woven flannel. Furnishers' price .'. \V'-if( i ™
}S> ' HiVV. W If 10 V; X „ 0 b . pair Tan Oxforcia, $125, our price *690 Men's California Scarlet Flannel Un- | ) \tg] J^jUkf- F ffs
• • X rHHIi 111 nt le\ 7r> Men's All-wool cheviot Bnltt in (•JXTOPds' • in all the different dershirta and Drawers, best quality © oz. (roods, heavy I", R
® " - ,iin g le - breastea in brown and * styles, light and weight. Furnishers' price $1.75, our price *$1.19. I S^Tj^M^^S l^^ lP @
© f *Vfl ° J PUK Pray color.-when you pay lor them at wopth $2 and $1 . 50> our prloe , 81; 300 pair fine DongO^hand 3 -' I J fe '/I ®
X '-Us V' Up f _ -^-^-# other stores S.s.r.o, you ge t good value turned Oxlords, all the diTerent toe 3, widths and sizes, worth | I J M _ \M/«__ j, _ _ |I_ ' WBW'if W
© rbuTja"cobv Bros name'a price to heat Sl-50. our prioa *$1; 260 pair French Dongola hand-made Ox- UnUKPWCaP. II lIIT6P U II" - B83S«( ©
'fT< —: — ■ m — >f. " fords, made by Krippendorf & Dlttmiu of Cincinnati, sold by 1 Jiff> B V tj ft-• l_ W
©' All rnniftrtition in the State * other shoe storea at $3 and $2. SO, our price •••<01.5O; 250 pair _ - efMW UDI ®
.. All competition lit me OlClll • Adams & Patthißale hand-m...d0. cloth or dongola top, Dn3 Two cases winter weight Merino Un- ' w
J 8 : »n m.... hi sin.i. rh.,int Snit. Oxfords, worth $2.50, our price $1.50. ut>l 1111 • dershirts and Drawers, all sices, ..- -sragi i ®
®—fio Men s AU-wool Single-breasted Cheviot Suits- » - Camel's Hair color, woven neck J^K , -Zltr- ——J W
•erviceably trimmed, in gray and brown shade ex- Ro»Am!nr> We are making shirts, ribbed bottom drawers, laced and tane seams. Fur- ©
©cellent vvear-resisting material-could_get 510.00 * C\C\ V>reaT DaPMSI] OS things hum in our ntshers' price 75c, our price *35c. Men s all-wool Scarlet ,* flft
for them for the asking-but Jacoby Bros, name a / jso«cfv/ — Ladieo' Shoe De- Knit Undershirts and Drawers, winter weight, colors fast. - ®>
(5) price to beat all competition in the btate partmont. We of- Furnishers'price SI.OO, our price *30c. Men's French Bal- ~Rr n c J A
Xrr • <.J -'■ 5H In \/t s*.r%'c Foil i I J • 9 fer 300 pair of briggan Undershirts and Drawers, silk finished shirts, draw- jatuoy will, present JSSJ
@ Oft ft \ 111 IVieil S 1 ail in LtaOieS Ladies' Genuine ers faced and tape seams, sizes of shirts 36, 42, 44 and 46, | with their Compliments dur- (3)
••i V? E BlW'» ~— --- - ■■—-— Po'.be Goat and drawers to match. Furnisners' price SI.OO. our price 59c. ■ jj- ~,,,/./,//,, /;///, f// • •
® ' A^TtX??''' a altU * V' •■ ——————— Kid But- Men's all-wool Scarlet Knit Undershirts and Drawers, win- tug ims io me lime JOIKS,
W'- If vl»3S> ''liwlMiwi'V K> II or ff ton Shoos, worth ter weight, soft finished, Australian wool, shirts double a Drum with every Boys' w
(8> _ DUTIOn every cent of back and front, sizes of shirts 34 to 48, drawers to match C„.v n«,„~* n „t ®
=== . " ' $2.2sands2,this Furnishers'price «2.50, our price 81.35. b lilt or Overcoat sold. M
R tTU-JJ* " V * Vr-ii t 1 65 Men's Single and Double-breasted —^———————— week at *$1.25; L ®
rZ* \ll it 11 PI II ft 'frT^ssf l ?. , . : , r , ■ 450 Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Shoes, patent leather tips, , — _ [I T?X \ '
*-wVi- w "l. VI 1 "" !ed ' chevlot and Suits- all sizes and widths, latent style toes, every pair guaranteed ■ • - , 0 , HJ • • 'jfi ©
©jy&Ar*- Wu.» r'r.' 1 ffifflM we "- flttin g garments-they would be in to give reasonable wear, worth $2.25.0ur price thiswoek cJUST TO 3IIOW OUP rlOSI" \S .))// fe)
rsn: JX'^aJm'''• L o ' v -— ,/t).- fl <■ , , .i™. , t „„,;„ „, ..« *$1.45; 275 pair fine Dongola Button tahoes, fln3 cloihtops, ~ i x \VJ / //
(S) ordinary times a bargain at 815.00- ma de by the Utica Shoe Co., patent leather tips, all sizes and " — ' l_ /Si
™ • _^?^^!^ >1 but Jacoby Bros, name a price to beat widths, new style toes, worth $2.50, our price this week $1.75; s> m v Power we will sell Men's Bockford Seamless Half . -.- y J 8 ;
fS) " " ~"' „ „ ISO pair Armstrong & C >'s flno hand-made French Dongola 1 J Hose, brown and blue mixtures. Furnishers' price / (8\
W Alt CO»l fell/ion ill the State -9*9.90 Button Shoes, very flexible, in sizes 2to 4 only, AA, A and B tI.OO, our pros 80c per doz. 75 doz. heavy all- i I
© ■ widths, wcrth $4.50 and $4, this week at $2; 480 pair BP. wool Shaker Socks, colors fast black. Furnishers'price 350. /JL ®
•_• —SOO Men's Single and Double-breasted Sack Reed's fine nand-mado French Dongola Shoos, in ail tho latest our price 17c. GO doz. Mont* J<a3t Black Balbriggan Half -<U t >/... . •
(& Suits and 4-button Cutaway Suits—in Oassimeres, style toes, all widths and sizes, extra good value at $4, our Hoee, celebrated Hermsdorf dye, spliced heel and toe flno ©
©Scotch Cheviots and Silk-mixed Worsted, fine rf» ■% V* price this week $3. gaucro. Furnishers'price 25c, our price nic per pair. Men's V m 'X
tailor-made, worth $17.50— Jacoby Uros. name *K[ / BOlia colors Balbrig K an Halt' Hose, regular made, brown, > ©
® a price to beat all competition in the State -4"/ ■ • «LJ . « - a The o-reatost val- B slate and drab colors. Furnishers' price 20c, our price *110 f" "_ I 1 _ .. .
1 * B n ■•■lire iViorS «2. groatost vai- d per pair. Mens French Balbngizan Half Hoae. unbleached, ' %.'feJ <s^-^=: @
®' * I» IV>l^n 9 f< —IH " V^> -* 1 J ««f wiu prevail gfl ue Kaugo , epi i CG d heel and to c, all sizes. Furnishers'price '■ W
M 1 IPS !iL.Lll^" S rgl! = ::r = Z T k paS I nic per pair. ' g
® .. ; - 1 [Ik ! ' CL Art leather Shoes, m I J ®
®' ' I fT'W- I bnOfi congress an ibais, i W
1 "'• • • -3UI ii> I different toes.bro- S S-lc>nf!s<»<?|irhSi>fsi IMsM" ©
®A nt I H 375 Men ' 3 si "g' e and Double-breasted DeDaPtment! I These! Men's Colored Border Linen Handkerchiefs, large Jacoby Bros, will presen* W
i A* J\k 'I ' '^' 1 Sacks and Cutaway Suits—in Knclish * , $2 en a pair, they I variety of colors and patterns. Furnishers' price 25c and with their compliments dlir"
I £ite2i 2iS price thls week $2 95; 4QO pa . r Men , s G I 35 °' ° ur price nic - ing this week, a useful Pencil ©
®i jU V -lL4t: U P elegantly trimmed, sell at $30.00— Shoes, congress and ba Is, all styles aud sizes, no shoo 3tore in I ' « nn n • , Tin* with »->erv 7?/n/c' <?«»7 m- (Si
B but \, acol , v liro9 , name a price to b~ tbe State would ask less than 84 tor toam, our prioa this week B Sale Of Men S ShiPtS. MaVr s M S
® 1 —" ' ' ' H 83, 175 pair Men's Shoes, congress and bals, made \\ » * Madras pair of Child s Shoes sold. (§)
«s All competition in the Stale n fe y the celebrated Rockland Oc, full sizes, al styhs of toos, Q a ■" „ ."VT; - bh -f ts _ .X
w utm n u £ e luiQa Qthar stores quote as a bargain at 83.50, our | laundered collars and cvffo; they come m sohdblues, stripes, , (g)
'/a . . I price this week *$2.50; 220 pair Rockland Oalf Shoes, con- I oheoia and figure, all sizes. Furnishers' price SI.OO our , j — , > S
® -50 Men's Fall Overcoats-full lengths, black and g gress and bals, ext.-a light uppers, a bargain at $3.50, our fi price-44c. 45 doz. Men's Outing Shirts, in Madras, cloth , , i * t ©
JSS\ tan Cheviots, substantial linings—they look ltke a fll /> "7P" I price this week $2.50; 3GO pair Rooklaad hand-made Calf | aud sateen, puff Dosoms, made up in first-class styio, full I ) W?Jtm*\ " w
m «10.00 coat-Jacoby Bros, name a price to beat ZDO./ B Shoes, congress and bals, all size •, all styles of toes, worth $5, B sizes, large line of colors and patterns. Furnishers' prloe •jSaßj > @
©all competition in the State *4-rwe« v-r a our prioe thia wee k *$3; 500 par men's hand-male French I ?1 25 > oul ' P rloa 59c - Men's Black Sateen Shirts, colors -W% W
. ._ . _ i Calf Shoes, the latest style of Piccadilly bal s, usually sella for jj guaranto d, good quality Sateen, reinforced shoulders, ®
e £*^X& sr Z'7 il £*m*ht lln p2»|i 8 $3, our prioe'this week $4; 300 pair Men's Kip Plow Shoos, B eewod wioh silk thread, aU sizes. Furnishers price $1.35, pZrWm A
8111 S> B dlt 1 worth $1.75, our price this week »$1.25; 100 pair M »n's Mil- § our price 89c. Men's Unlaundored White Shirts, Wamsutta <rJMI ©
® ! '\£A?- : h liflm\ *' f r,r- 1 waukee Oil-grain Boots, worth $4, our price this week «$2.50. | niusiin, reinforcedlront andback, 4-ply linen bosom, perfect ' / MtoSSPm (Si
• ;.fA /; I BL 4»V"-.Tiw- ■' >-~-v - h I fitting, sizes 16, 16 X, 17, 17.'- and ia Furnishers'prioe 65c, U ®
® OYePCOatS lln OIII» ?inirl Wewmopso out § our prioe BBH. @
rS t Rlbrn\ / the -— jj! 38 8 lllil cillO this weak soo fj BROS! —
S:W IivJtTSItJJ-K. «S Men's Serviceable Meltcn Over- j ' Pebble 0 Goat 1 F>|». Sanitar y. Pure TJndoT ' -\ I Wwjjhj" 8
® Al A\,'* ( lU P ( ! — ™ 9 Dongola ttih I ' a wear. We want every mart / @
'X* /■XV.>f-<\-«ii >ii l . I. *JQe-<ai\ coata-all the different shades of | ff« hllilPCn S Shoes, which are I — ■ who appreciates comfort and I / I . J B *.
® i f'"y Wuoll PICK It 1 ' §i V^'lBlVla good value at 1 health to know that we are tho agents for the best under- ! .1? f @>
•• r .'-uf\' brown—a garment made to sell at SI 1— 9 ■ ■■■■■■■ ■■' —'■—-» fg? 25 our price ' wear in the world. It is wool, nothing but wool, pure Aus- I / X 'i ,wj* J-^mirK
© . . . „ —" " ; I <-n b v w •*si.2s; 150 pair tralian wool. It is constructed on sound hygienic principles. I Pjj. %f y ©
8 c a Shoe Bepaptmentjot Mi M o,. h cto,,d ? t -/ b --; a §
•gT Jill Competition in the Otate ... I ■ ' ~—-' sizes ll' to 2' and comfort is 110 ezcuse tor negleoting any meeas oaleulat- (3 <¥ I B •// j. >n"
J 8 ! •"""** P worth $1.50, our price this week $1; 400 pair of Misses Grain j od to preserve or increase these desirable conditions. The j JCICOJy &rOS. Will prts&nt ©
fS) —48 Men's extra quality Melton Overcoats—in the for Oil Grain Button Shoes, sizes 11 to 2, worth *81.50, our price j strongest man of today, by a singlo Imprudence or slight g with their Compliments dur- 'iflSv
X different dark and light shades of brown and gray, - I this week $1, sizes B,'i to 11, worth $1.25, our price *800, sizos I unconscious exposure, may be feeble and sick tomorrow. I . . . rp ™
ffi) full lengths, perfect fitting-substantial sleeve and j 6to 8, worth $1, our price *60c. Beware of vile mutations. Physioians recommend Dr. I "\K (Ills cjeeh., a lOy 1 00l w
•Tj body linings—usually sells at $ 12.50—Jacoby rh O Jg I Jaeger's undorwerr a3 tho best. j Chestwitll every Suit ™
© Broa. name a price to beat all competition in the BOyS 9 Knee PaOlS SUItS, < Or Boys' Overcoat Sold. ©
.© r-> , . I^l'-"'«'»".«/,"' ', b- „ — — | SHIRTS, SL»OUSES AND ,/, ,- ®
® » ; in lVien S l all 4to IS years. Lotl. 2 Btylos in Gray aud Dark Plaid Serf g ©
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® OVerCOatS yiot worth 85.50. our price this week $3 85. Lot 3. 2 styles = I < S
™ , „ m . pla^.« raya I n to l '°^ n T lll : W i >o^ Every garment suaranteed not to rip * ,Y. ®
(8) •j/f r |n(> prlQ3 T 6611 43 f b - Lot f, 4^ leS - D ormoney refunded. The Noxall garments are perfect fit- B «C
- ; €VTVliJlir*V I 180 Men ' s Drab Kersey with g ray P ir ' ohec *' aa i n gray striped Oaasimere suits, double- °i n g an / mado from strong, wear-resisting materials. Try S ; \ ®
/a 'A L ./C \ll fl M I)I II I I'WVi i breasted, worth $4.50, cur price this week $2.90. Lot 5. 2 x{ '; n Ti7n.,r»nt««T,rf ™i -cikar nr. r>thnr= i «'* V»T
™ "7X/\ff- \fiil ' I ■ T[' l Gt uo " ar - re g ular «"»E°t. tancy styles in plain brown and dark gray Cheviot Suits, double- Noxall gaiir.onts and you wear no others. I ©
©rXli ."tlS'-Wn o I \ B<">»ta«»tial linlnge-an eleeant garment breasted, worth $5, our prioe *$3.45. Lot 6. 5 styles in light g ' &Jfff&fr~? '(Si
wK*?*l'&'- ; i.? 1 IC\O ' P TTT" " „ »'?—■■'-■ i and dark brown plaid, dark gray stripe and fancy figure a - j «% « I "/C^"'' »vrt&» ™
® W ° S at eight for wool Cheviot Suits, doublo-braastod, double seat and knee, HOW ABOUT BOYS' KNEE PANTS B , 'fSi
[■ but Jacoby Uros. name a price to beat wonh $6, our prico this week $3.95. Lot 7. 3 stylos ingiay, j —■■■ ~; ',ril,'T.'.'.'»l.———l..,™— I 'C^--^7^T^s|l«V ■•
@ . " .... ... „, , ~ ! "~ light and dark brown hair line Cassimere Suits, all-wool, j Lot 15. 200 pr. Boys' Serviceable Knee Pants, 6t014 I ' ' (8)
• • All competition in the otate SlO.OO B doublo-broasted, worth 87, our pries this week $4.95. year ?. Worth4oo, our price this week *lee. tot 16. 300 1 'V/ ' ff'^W^^W^^W^^
02) i iii I « ■ m in w . pr. Boys' Serviceable Knee Pants, in three colors, 5t015 I 'f/ \ 4 ' ®
JjjT —100 Men's medium and regular weight Kersey g S">fll VSi B „(Tt y-g O » SKIT ST, years. Worth 85c, our price for this week *45e. n 'S<'4--?kt''' Wn-Qt V' **« 'X*
Jg/ and Melton Overcoats—blue, black, tan and I J H-J <LM I H Oil 13 «Jt» aSe | «A ®
Jg\ gray, with silk sloeve linings—same quality sold -f O) P"» I '' " '"*"* 1 „..~—ZSSI~i SZI , n.—n.. 'Ii , M S ffi v ~JX%^fi/^j y ' r-\
?' last season for $17.50-but Jacoby Bros. nainc,a Il3to 20 years. Lot 9. 2 styles in brown, black and gray ROYS' FURNISHINGS. Lot 23. Boys' Pe- | S ±J&MWI ®
© price to beat all competition in the State 1 1 striped all-wool double and twist Suits, double and single- ! cale Shirts, assort- I f (8)
W . g breasted, worth $10, our price this week $6.95. Lot 10. 4 — "~ ™~ ed colors. Worth » %»y M
VS? g Btyles in dark brown and gray plaid and striped Cheviot, a 500, 75c and SI.OO, wo will closo out this week at *22c. Lot ' / ''" /V-*'-" 4 " -* (S)
a£ O Li 0 7 I very serviceable suit, worth $6, our price thi* week 5 53.75. 24. Boys White Laundered Shirts, all sizes. Worth SI.OO, cv- T -T
™ I )1 < ST)L(I/\) S Lot 11. 2 styles in dark brown plaid Serviceable Suits, worth this week at 45c. Lot 25. Boya' Gray Merino Undershirts fiu.ooy jjios. win present
i./t'Ul/vuy t//t/ g $5, oul -price thi? week $3.45. Lot 12. 2 styles in light and and Drawers. Worth 50c, our price this week 25c. Lot with ilieir compliments dur-
JSs; I dark plain gray Cassimere Suits, worth $9, our price this week 26. Boys' Brown Shawknit Stockings. Worth 35c, this • -> • ;. u t, n ~.{ pr i ©
/ I $6.75. Lotl3. 2 styles in gray and brown small cheok, all- week at *10c. Lot 27. 520 doz. Boys' Waists, in assorted '< lUetK -> an tniponta .
|/[/ IJZCi/UIX/O I I wool Scotch Tweed, double-breasted Suits, worth $13-50, our § colors, sto 14 years. Worth 400 and 600, tnis week at Doll With every pairof Ginls ®
® I Prt<» thta week «»P. | * 250 . Shoes sold. ©
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