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THE SCRANTON liKIBL'iS--THLKWJ)Ay. OCTOBER !). 1i)0L.
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The Progress of Our Business Methods
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Ready and complete for Fall business. We don't care to call it an opening, because such hackneyed phrases are not in keeping- with this
progressive store. We simply ask the favor of your presence to examine the productions of the "Atterbury" tailor shops, to see the results of
constant research in the markets for the best, to favor us with your opinion and criticism of many new styles and creations that are exclusive
with us. The perfect harmony we've created between our organization and the best manufacturers is fully explained in the results
Closed Saturday next
'till 6 p. m.
The Continual Growth of Every Department Under This Roof.
Closed Saturday next
'till 6 p. m.
The "Atterbury System
Of Clothes flaking
You've either worn clothes made by this system or know its virtues by the
testimony of many who have, among which, we have no doubt, are some of
your friends. This season the "Atterbury System" is one step hig-her nearer that goal
of perfection which this organization of designers and tailors have set before them. The
progression of ideas and the working out of many problems connected with this new sys
tem of clothes making- has been the only means of bringing it to its present high standard.
If you have worn these clothes you can best appreciate what we mean by this progression.
You know the "Atterbury" suit or overcoat of last season. You also know by our many
explanations what to expect of the "Atterbury System" this season. If for some reason or
other you have neglected to inquire abo'ut this new system of clothes making, why not give
us the opportunity and pleasure to explain it. This season's "Atterbury" clothes will re
veal to the custom tailor and to you many improvements in the art of designing and
making" fashionable clothes for men.
In our popu!arpriced Fall Suits and Overcoats you'll find the same
high standard of workmanship, and considering our cloth qualities, we
have no trouble in convincing" you of the value offered at .
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TSie Perfect Shoe for Men.
Men who have worn
"H avian" shoes need no ex
planation of their manufac
ture their stde. They have
received the indorsement of
many leading shoe dealers in
all parts of this country and Europe.
Therefore, we do not hesitate to say
"It's the Perfect Shoe for Men"
It shows the progress of the shoe
makers' art. It's taken time to bring
this shoe to the standard we wanted.
The manufacturers' co-operation in se
curing the proper sole leather and select
ed and picked skins for the uppers has
helped to produce a man's shoe that we
honestly believe has no 4j "J Effc
eniial at this nrice . PJL J
Oi the Ground Floor.
This season, mc.e than ever before,
you'll find the harnry between this store
and the manufactu :r means a great deal.
It shows itself in '.he construction of our
Children's Nove.ties la our Youths'
Clothes. There': rhe '.one and combining
of color that givr. that rich and pleasing
effect, cloth patterns and qualities th-it- are
selected the best from the manufacturer
the best from us.
Norfolk Suits from $3 to $6.50,
Vestee Suits fro.n $1.75 to $6,
and many other styie, rhar await the favor
of your criticism. I v. our windows you
will find some samples f these exclusive
designs in Boys' Clothva.
The Little Gent Shoe, a boy's shoe
that has style and strength to withstand the
wear. All leathers, from $1.00 to $2.50
THe Perfect Shoe forWomen
We said in our last writing-
on "Sorosis" Shoes that
the women of London and
Paris were giving this shoe
considerable attention, twelve
new "Sorosis" stores being
added to supply the demand.
The appreciation shown by
the women of Scranton for this
famous shoe is very gratifying
to the manufacturer to us. The
new lasts for Fall are displayed
in our exclusive "Sorosis" de
partment, with fitters to meas
ure your feet. "Sorosis" shoes
are always the same
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While this department shows the largest assortment of popular styles at popular prices, it also has
the monopoly in this city of many decidedly new and exclusive shapes, those shapes that are seldom
seen outside the exclusive hat store of the larger cities. "We do not charge you for the name." Our
prices are according to the quality of hat you buy, from $1.50 to $4.00, and they come to you direct
from the manufacturer.
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Complete Outfitters to Men and Boys.
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