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The herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1893-1900, June 02, 1895, Image 6

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THE TiriE
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Talk About Clothes * ™ D ♦ ♦ "Hot Shot" for All
Have you ever noticed what widely different gar- £t> 1 ' y a • «
ments for male wear come under this title? Every man 1 4. J flA'fl'fl Afl 111
.must have Clothing; but there are clothes and ciothes. * • W_ WUIIipCII lIUII 111
There are clothes that simply satisfy the demand for
decent covering, and<dothes again that gratify' the taste - - , * mr . ti ~ . r . ,
that comes with culture and progress. Py good rights olllt bale Will COtTie IO atl hllU • n A A.A *
there ought to be no clothing that does not come up to Wi\ VA OT ll 1 fl 0"
this latter standard. But there is. We do not keep it, VIVIIIIIIg
but you have seen it with its general appearance of
slovenliness and ill comfort. We have clothing for all Such excellent Men's Suits as we are now selling for the modest sum of
classes—merchants, artisans, laborers, clerks, etc.; clothes We now pour "Hot Shot and Canister" into high prices
for all purposes—working clothes, traveling clothes. . for Boys' Good Clothes,
dress clothes, etc., etc. We take justifiable pride in sa\- Wk
ing that we have no clothing lor any class or occupation M
that will not. in every particular, satisfy the taste of the M 111 I M
buyer and give him that sense of comfort that is never • ffl
felt save in good-fitting, well-made clothing. Of course S S S m Incf -frw *\
there is nothing haphazard about this. We go into the y «JUaL IUF d
market looking for the clothing just suited to the various
requirements of our trade. First of all we lav it down
that, irrespective of other considerations, our clothing L/£LVS ™"
ot every class must be made on the best models- that it » .1 ,• ■ ,• cj ■ v 11 »i -11 —i
, ■. , • 1 , ■ a., 11 aiu uuu 11 Ate the peers to those found at most stores for $15.00. Strict v all-wool, well-made
musthavegoodstyle.be well fitting and well made. ••
Th»n u/a im mm i„» ,„..,♦ <ii • i and ashionable Up-to-Date Garments.
Ihen we go into the specific requirements ol each kind 1 We wi n scl | our Bo ys' Clothing at prices which will defy
ot clothing. Here s the workmgman, the artisan, to , ■ A •. . uxi 1 1 «.
mi 1 1.1 any house in America to touch, let alone beat,
eonsidei. We know what he wants. His clothing ■ £ \T^ 4ll W/n^-d
-must be oi stout material, the seams must be well ft 1 I Utl VV CHI I SL =— — _ „
sewn, and the patterns neat, but not too bright. We
look into each of these points. That is why our arti- g (t* A f WILL BUY Boys' Good Wearing
sans'and working clothing is in such demand. Then GOOCI Stilt ■■■■ m j% W JUS- ll aTld Well Made Suits, worth $3.00.
cmnes ottice clothing. We know what the merchant M •TTt_J Come if only to see'em.
wants. His clothing must be of good material and of a
style, make and pattern that will give him the best p is- That will look well and give you splendid "service," take time by the forelock and
sible return for his money. We watch his interests and select one or two before this sale comes to a close—which it surely will within a ™m,r»,™/r, ,0 , ~,.„
see that the goods we buy mccl all his requirements. very few days i T WILL BUY Boys Splendid All-wool
And so it goes through all the rest of the story. We l\ /A 1 Suits tnat are st y lish and form fit
provide for farmer, mechanic and business man: we *\Jhm<9 il/ ting. They're good value at ;$4.00.
look after every detail in every line: see that dress suits
are dressy, business suits are neat, working suits strong, fes.
etc. rhese things are only common features of every xfo jm m . _ wn 1 ditv d • c • n c m
~ • , • D a xv' c • i>' /T** 1Q mmAim m /Ti At™ WILL BUY Boys Semi-Dress Suits
season s buying. But there are some features special v X W m \%Wk 23 m Im* J v • , ■ , ,- ~ .
„. ~ •■, • r» ■i\ 1' H m fgyk Eg /■ that are the very pink ot fashion,
notable 111 this season. One is the great variety of styes B m l«.Hr» I m„«,;„„ ; , r - ( ,
,„ t „ ii t a * 1 1 j.- f fikS J' B • f A sQ tS Nothing 111 town like em lor ess
and patterns we are able to offer for the selection oi m *r • S S M #5 qq
buyers. In this our stock is unusually strong, and we M
confidently felieve we can gratify and satisfy every -
buyer. The other important feature is prices. We have
a large stock, and we must no! let any question of price WILL BUY Boys' Fine Dress Suits
hinder prompt selling. To be on.the safe side, we have , „ , , ,-. ,n. T., j* c.. c m i n • /tft A AF" fit to wear on any occasion They
nnr nr ; ~ 1 „.,, ~ tlllt tU , ,■ ,• ~ sal we now ask you for Fine and Richly Taiored Suits for Men of a sizes, tastes M* A AWW , , - ULL ' U ,'°"- , 1 nc >
put pi ices down so close that the quotation oi them . . ' %/fl. /I come in all the latest styles and pret
will carry conviction of cheapness tv every man who and good judgment. We are actually robbing ourselves to slaughter such %PTT«TtXJ tiest effects. Worth ' every cent
sees the goods. of c 0 to 7ioo .
Elegant and Dressy Suits _
GREATEST VALUES Of I NINETEENTH GENTURY at such a paltry figure but we got our o,,er S to sen them at that low SEE Oi WINDOWS FILLED WITH BARGAINS
price from headquarters. They're worth from $18.>0 to ,$20.00, but out they go at
the picayune "No Price at All" of
Our Store One Price
Has Yellow Awnings, and is at the corner TillflTFFM lIAI I H 110 1111111 MIMTTV U HIT fITIITO I AND THAT THE LOWESI No Com
,;.ssas- irllnlLtfl UULIfIKS HNU HINtIY-N HL btHio |
CHICAGO CLOTHING CO.
B. DUNNING, Manager
• 125 AND 127 NORTH SPRING STREET. •
juOS ANGELES HEEALD: SUNDAY MORNING, .TTJNE 2, 1895.

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