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rail and Winter 1904 .
An Opening Sale to Astonish
the Natives.
Heroic efforts to put this sale on a par with the best in the
lane. All that time and energy backed by ample cash can do
has been accomplished by us for the benefit of, our patrons.
Doable the stocks of any previous season, bought under the most
favorable conditions and to be sold most liberally, assures our
patrons the newest and the best in mens' and women's and child
rens' apparel, at prices as low or even lower than the same
grades can be obtained in the largest establishment on earth.
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The HIGH QUALITY STORE
JAMES HUGHES, Proprietor.
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buy 5%^ if a f on ethiVo $ w°' ™ ith e very Purchase of $25 00 or over. You need not
when y° u have bought $25.00 wortîifÿou sXcTI Abs^uîè^F^eT ' h * y a '' e made and
Read the List and Match it if You Can.
Ginghams.
Plain and fancy striped ; a host of new fall patterns from
vhich to select; very best current 12j4c and 15c values for JOc.
Danish Cloth Heavy weight,, worth 25c for 17 l-2c.
Suitings.
All wool Cashmere—Crepes and a beautiful line of fancy
'lutings, in the choicest patterns, which all the big stores in the
rast price from 50c to 75c a yard—here 35c.
Gianite Suiting—44 inches wide—$1 values for 75c.
rilliantines, Mohairs, Etc.
A magnificent showing in plain and novelty; satin finished
ots: these we will warrant to be 85c to $1 values. They are
placed on sale for your kind consideration at 75c and 60c.
\ oiles Plain and satin figured—absolutely new—OOc.
Storm Serges.
A ill be much in demand thi^ season—here you select from
beautiful line of rich shades, which we will warraut $1 values
t « 5c.
Lansdowne
In delicate and rich shades. $1.35 and $1.50 qualities for
<81.25.
Brocades.
Hlack, in satin and wool twine weaves and Persian Voile,
lhe $2.50 qualities for $1.75 and the $2 qualities for $1.25.
Flannels and Zibolenes—Worth $1.25 a yard for 75c.
Silks and Satins.
Here's where this store shines this year, sure enough. The
>ewcst and richest in designs— flowers, plaids, stripes and plain
dors, at a uniform saving of 25 per cent at least.
Broadcloth.
Fatin finished broadcloth, imported—the most elegant and
Jtirable ever shown. Nothing to surpass it in the market any
v 'iere, a splendid quality for $1.25.
Velvets and Plushes.
1 lie fashionable world are seeking velvets and plushes for
r " a ' s an< ' lor trimmings. A fortunate purchase gives us a
glinted quantity of $2.50 grade tor $1.50, and of $1.50 grade for
me.
Mercerized Sateen and Spun Glass 25c quality for 20c.
Ducks, Coverts, Fleece lined'goods for 12 Ac.
Draperies.
Here you will find a splendid line of all the newest dra
nes-Rosalind Silkolenes, Wildwood Art Draperies, the
Jfl &blon Draperies—some handsome designs as low as 12 1-2c.
Flannels.
Pour times the stock we have ever shown before; unlimited
''fictifs; Outing, Shaker and Canton Flannel in light and dark
lat es : uc start the season with a sale price that has never been
QUaled on such staple goods.
JA'gular 8 l-3c quality for 6 l-4c.
Regular 10c quality for 8 l-3c.
Regular 12j£c quality for lOc.
Regular 15c quality for 12 1-2c.
Corsets,
Dur line is complete with the newest and most wantable
■ sets - We sell the Fremont & Co. 's matchless line. Warner's
norside, Carolina, the H. C., the J. F., the D. H., the C. F.
, ' boomers, price any where—price every where—you will
1 °ur.s are uniformly 25 per cent lower than duplicating prices.
81.50.
CROUSE & BRANDEGEE
CLOTHES FOR MEN.
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Ready to wear but custom tailored throughout. What will
not a house do to become famous, and the Crouse & Braudegee
concern have given us cash prices on condition that we promise
to cut our profits, and bring these goods prominently before the
St. Anthony public. It would be presumptions on our part to
compare them with the best merchant tailoring at $40 or $50 or
$75 a suit, but we tell you most emphatically, that these ready
to wear garments surpass merchant tailoring at double the price.
Genuine All-Wool Worsted Suits
That have never before been priced under $12.00, we are
offering now at $9.00.
Elegant Suits in Homespun Worsted and Cheviot
Which we will compare with any shown in competition at
$15.00 are here at $10.00.
In Good, Better and Best
We are offering lines in all the new weaves up to $30.00.
Men's Shirts.
1 he Elgin brand in negligee and stiff bosoms; the patterns
this season are the handsomest we have ever seen. We will fit
you better than ever before, for we have all lengths of sleeves as
well as all sizes. 7 he tall man—Die fat man—the regular built
man—all can be suited. The Elgin Shirts sell at $1.25.
Neckwear.
^ We start the season will a sensational sale. From Cutter &
Crossette Neckwear Co., we secured a grand lot of neckwear
made of their silk and satin ends; one or two or three of a kind
only, but all 75c and $1. values, which are here for your inspec
tion at 35c.
Furnishings
Men's all-W'ool $3.00 Underwear, Bought underpriced to be
sold for the suit, $2.25.
Men's Mission Flannel Double Breasted Overshirts, $2.50
qualities, we are offering at $1.50.
Men's and Boy's Sweaters, our $1 grades for 65c.
Men's Heavy Wool Fleeced Underwear, worth $2. a suit
we are offering at $1.25.
Men' i best 50c grades of Hand-knit Heavy Wool Socks we
are selling for 35c.
Men's best Blue $1.25 Flannel Shirts, we have on sale at
90c.
Men's best 50c Golf Gloves, per pair, 35c.
Our Men's "Champion Hats "
An agency hat which has sold all over the country at $3,
stiff and soft, all the newest shades and black, Our price $2.5CL
SHOES.
EDERHEIMER, STEIN & CO.
Boys' Clothing,
The toughest wearing—the best fitting—the choicest patterns
and the lowest prices. Could you possibly want a better combination?
The nobby, cute, fancy styles for the little chaps of 3, 4, 5, and
0 years and so on, and the more manly styles for bigger boys.
Plain weaves and fancy weaves.
Good at $1.95.
Better at $2.95.
Best, as High as $15.00.
Our Millinery Department.
Is teeming with all the newest and s wellest ideas. Model hats
from Paris, model hats of America's best workers side by side for
your criticism, inspection and selection.
In mens' Shoes we have the famous F. Meyer—the Rice &
Hutchins, and the Watson—Plummer lines. Prices ranee from
$1.25 to $2.50.
' Boys' and Youths' Shoes.
The "Hard Knock'' and the "Rock Bottom'' made for solid
wear, $1.25 to $2.00.
Special mention should be made of the John Sturteman
shoes for women and misses. The foot-form shoe, shoes made
for style and for wear, the best on earth at their respective prices
Women's. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50.
Misses', $1.50 and $2.00.
A Grand Display of>Ladies' Fall and Winter
Coats, Suits, Waists and Skirts.
The best to which we have ever invited inspection. We
ask you to call and criticise and try on to buy if you are tempt
ed, but you need not buy because you look nor keep because you
buy. After comparison you can return and money will be re
funded without argument, if you believe you have not fared as
well or better than elsewhere.
Notions and Fancy Goods.
This department is almost in holiday attire; such a gather
ing of the small things needed by every woman, lias never before
been exhibited under any one roof in St. Anthony.
Bags—The popular hand and wrist bag, 25c to $7.50.
Collars—Embroidered linen, silk, lace and chiffon. Even
new fad is included in our great showing, 15c to $7.50.
Belts—Kid, leather and silk. There are many new and
charming ideas in the belt exhibit, 35c to $1.50.
Pompadour back and side Combs, Hair Pins, Shirt Waist
sets, in the cowboy style—Japanese fads, pearl, gun metal and
rolled gold. It would require the entire advertisment to enum
erate prices; again we tell you, there are some glad surprises in
store for you.
Fascinators, Hoods, Circulars, Wool Caps, Infants' jackets,
etc., tells another chapter in this store's preparation for the fall
and winter season of 1904.
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New Fall Dress Goods
\\ e ha\e purchased tins season in larger quantities, in order
to obtain the best prices direct from the makers and the mills
\Ve have spent more cash and we have gone into deeper debt,
than ever before, and we will lie honest enough to confess that
the sales must he doubled in order to meet our obligations
promptly. We are prepared to cut prices from the beginning of
the season and make buying here so tempting that our ambitions
must be realized.
Ladies' Furnishings and
Notions
In such elegant abundance that prevailing upon customers
to buy will be a thing of the past with this store. A mere
inspection will convince all, that there is pleasure and profit in
buying here; a new policy of underselling will tempt the most
ardent bargain hunter.
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