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Birmingham state herald. (Birmingham, Ala.) 1895-1897, December 17, 1895, Image 8

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M X X/E HAVE worked hard for the leadership in our line. We have won it. We have \ UH
iyi VV dealt fairly with both customer and competitor. Customers tell us almost every - »
Of] "X IT IT s~\ day we have the most beautiful China Store in the city. We can’t enumerate everything "X 7T 7”Ofl ^
M \/ \/ f—J —you will have to come and see for yourself—but here is a few of them: \l \/ ny
,, ... LAMPS—Silver, Dresden, Onyx, China, Brass, Nickle, Bisque. M
M _A DINNER SETS—French (Havilands), Carlsbad, Royal Blue, Semi-Porcelain, T X lUl
iyl I OQ M | TEA SETS—French, Carlsbad, Semi-Porcelain. I OQ / j | hy|
DO * iV//CAVA • Opal with gold finish, IVedgzvood Jasper, Venetian Glass Vases, Cut Glass, Du
Of] Carving Sets, Cake Plates, Chocolate Sets, Bisque Figures and a thousand things Of]
lUj \ suitable for Holiday Gifts. * / M
I CHAMBER SETS. j
ns !
We have the largest stock of Chamber Sets that we have ever
carried. We bought them in large lots from the factories and can (
sell them at the lowest possible price. We can suit you in style and
price. We have them rang'ng in price from $2.50 up. See them jtt
before you buy. A substantial Christmas present.
; “The Cupid.” j
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Considering the cost, nothing gives the •
home a greater air of refinement and (!
good taste than to have the flowers (J
nleely arranged about the house in hand- rf
sorpo Jardinieres. In addition to the <(i
"Cupid,” we have quite a number of j
other new styles now in stock. Ii
See them before you buy. They are (!
beauties.
A Christmas present useful as well as
ornamental. (=
I FIVE O’CLOCK TEAS. |
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Stylish, ornamental, useful. * They burn alcohol. No smoke;
no smell. They keep the tea hot throughout a meal and will have a
cup of tea ready for a caller in a few minutes. They are also
i splendid for a sick room. A dainty Christmas present.
SILVERWARE! SILVERWARE!
LfiJ Ask to see Nut Bowls, Fruit and Cake
Stands, Orange Spoons, Fruit Knives,
iMl Pickle Stands, Salad and Berry Spoons,
InJ Ladles, After Dinner Coffee Spoons and
Hi Cream Sets.
Our stock of Silverware Is larger now than
ever before. We carry a full line of Rogers’
goods and the cheaper brands, and can sell
them cheaper than usual simply because we
buy them at the factories in quantities, and
are not dependent upon the profits in this
line alone, but we carry It along with our
goods on a small margin.
Nothing nicer or more lasting for a
Christmas present.
5jj /^YUR STORE is one continuous array of dazzling beauty, s*
S'jl V./ and the best part of it all is the prices are within the [HJ
1 reach of every one. M
| You are invited to come and see our stock whether you M
!ij buy a thing or not.
! Alexander-Sawyer Company j
| 1918 Second Avenue. uu
Birmingham’s Favorite Clothing Emporium! '
Our Good Values the Magnet Thatdrawpin evry,avenue of merJcanti.le eir
________^_ deavor. Jousy clerks, acoming and going of
lookers and buyers, rapid sales and satisfied customers, prove that we are receiving deserved recognition at the hands
of the buying public. We are giving our customers full returns for their money, and they are not slow in catching on
to our way of selling. Late additions of new and stylish goods for each of our departments makes our stock complete
in every detail for the approaching Holidays. Our usual LOW PRICES have made for us thousands of new
customers. We are encouraged in having inaugurated these great reductions in all our departments, finding that the
continued increase in our business will more than make up for loss of profits.
Our nobby AA Q, ii+o in scluare and round cut
SACKS are CPU.WvJ OUlLo ready sellers.
wwcha o.h^r=i Cheviots at $7.50,
#10.00.
(T'lC Will pay for a stylish Prince Albert Suit, usually
sold for #22.50 to #25.00 elsewhere.
<TQ Will buy a Suit made from black or fancy Worsted,
Cassimere, Thibet or Clay Worsted in all the newest
styles.
(£| O OUR price for an Imported Clay Worsted,
S'I Cheviot, Cassimere, plain and fancy Mixtures;
single or double-breasted Sacks or Cutaway Frocks.
Those $5.00 Suits
B ringers. Out-of-town customers are beginning to become
interested in them. We propose to make as many friends as
possible to make by selling a good thing for little money.
Our large line of Ct> I f) ft/0) Q. , |J-0 must be seen to be
appreciated. Many vIO.UU OUI Lo hundreds to select
from; tailored to perfection. Style—Sack or Cutaway Frocks
JUDGE OUR CLOIHING by its price and quality combined—not one without the other. You can find the same garments everywhere,
but quality or price taken alone is a poor index to worth. Reputation counts for something, because it takes HONESTY and MERIT
to acquire it. We buy our goods of REPUTABLE MAKERS. Our guarantee for goodness goes with everything we sell. Does it not
pay better to trade at such stores as ours that say to you: “Your money back if you are not entirely satisfied 'with your purcehas?"
Men’s and Boys’ Overcoats and Boys’ Reefers! Mackintoshes for Men and Boys!
WE ARE surprised ourselves at the volume of business we are doing in this Special Department. The reason is olain
N E l/V GOODSy UNIQUE SI YLES and LOWER PRICES than any otherjhouse. Our $5 Melton Over
^ coat, usually sold at other houses for $8.50, has found full appreciation judging from the large quantities we have sold^
By buying your Overcoat from us a saving of 30 per cent is absolute and settled when compared with other dealers
pi ices. Notably so in this season s Overcoats are the English Kerseys, in black and blue, combine elegance and sav
—^ ing, at $7.50 and Si0.00. We have the tailor-made Montagnac, Beavers, Cars, Meltons, Schnable, Chinchillas and
Vicunas from Si 2. 50 and upwards. Choose at random from the immense outspread in this Great Department and
you will find Correct Styles, Newest Materials and Lowest Prices.
Boys’ and Children’s Suits, Reefers and Cape Overcoats—On Second Floor. Take Elevator.
No other store can show you such a large selection for boys and children. Boys’ Clothes made to wear, made to fit and at the smallest prices.
BOYS’ KNEE PANTS SUI 1 S at 7oc, 95c, $1,25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. A new assortment just received especially lor the holidays in all sizes.
BOYS’ LONG PANTS SUITS at $ ,50, $3.00^_$3.50J_$4,00, $4.50, $5.00 and upwards. Now is your time to select your Boys’ Suits and Reefers in order to keep the boys warm
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