Covina Argus from Covina, California on January 11, 1908 · Page 3
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Shoes list This handsome Gibson Tie, vici-kid oxford is made with oak Goodyear welt sole. A shoe that will stand much hard wear. It is sold extensively at $3.50. Our smajl expense account enables us to sell it at $2.95 By mail 10 cents less. 1183 A very stylish patent Gibson tie with welt oak sole made by a maker famous for his excellent fitting shoes ' • $3.SO 1184 An all patent Gibson Tie. This shoe is sold extensively at $4.00. Our low expense account enables us to sell them at $3.50 11K2 The same shoe as 1181 made with straight lace $2.85 We offer an exact duplicate of 1184, so far as appearance goes. It is stamped $3.50 and was made for a Chicago firm to sell to their mail order trade. They expected to sell it at $3.35. Our price is $2.00 See our new line of women's comfort shoes with rubber heels. $2.00 A women's patent leather oxford which will wear at $1.35 None fitted. We have men's $3.50 solid box calf shoes. Welt waterproof soles at $2.85 We sell good shoes only. Several hundred pairs odds and ends, factory samples, discontinued lines, at prices much under value. We aim to state values exactly- -not to misrepresent. NONE CHARGED AT SALE PRICES. Men's patent calf, vici and calf shoes, 83.50 nnd 84.00 grades, every size, none sent out on approval Women's oxfords, men's nnd women's slippers, childern's shoes, bargain table • Women's shoes, gun metal calf, new lasts. The open winter has left us high nnd dry on the heavier goods: 83.00 values at : 2.00 Old laide.s' Comfort Shoes, lace, congress, high and low cuts, every size, every style; some have rubber heels No Grovers in the lot. 1.50 and IJ5 Utz & Dunn's high grade oxfords and shoes, patent leathers only; every size, not every style, 83.50 and 84.00 values 2.50 Little men's vici kid shoes, 9 to 13 at 1.25 3.50 Men's heavy tan Goodyear welt shoes, viscalized soles finest work shoes made Men's shoes, 2.50 serviceable shoes; for those desiring this grade of shoes a t • • | "t f bargain !• / %J Men's black oil grain high top boots O ^C at <J»£,D These are only a few of the splendid values we offer. Bring your family and fit them out. Wo have many high grade shoes in children's goods that sell nt 83.00 and 83.50 per pair—too high grade —we offer at 82.25 Our shoes are not special snle goods. No pasted inner soles, cheap counters and wretched shoe making. We sell only the besb. Dress Goods Many short lengths in dress goods and many full pieces less than cost, and when we say less than cost we mean it. Not a clork in this store could be hired to misrepresent a piece of goods. If wo hired them to rob you they would steal from ns. Ribbons and Hosiery It hfifi been and will bo our policy to sell those goodH on very close margins nnd to buy only roliablo makes. Nothing in HO easy to imitate IIH good hosiery, nothing HO hard to llnd. Kolinblo makes of hosiery on; ncvor sold nt reductions and w;vur by department stores. W<; novar buy IIOH- iory bec'HUHe it's cheap, and this applies also to Hilkn and riliboiiH. Vou will be bot.lor oft it' you too buy quality. Table Linons We were fortunate in securing a quantity of mercerized table lirioriH. One lot is 58 inches wido nnd when these goods came out Hold for 81.00 yard. We can offer th'iH width at The beat 70 inch at 50c 75c Men's and Women's Underwear Men's ribbed wool underwear at 1.00 Women's sleeveless vests, 75/-» special, per half dozen. . . . IwL Onr entire stock of Onita liuon suits at half price, ns wo hereafter sell only Munsiug and Merodo. Women's 50c fleeced underwaists and pants, ecru only 35c Domestics, Ginghams I5c 50 pieces Toil du Nord ginghams, lull pieces, not remnants 50 pieces 3'2 inch madras.ginghams, light colors, short lengths of regular 25c goods High Class Comforts Our stock contains two dozen fine silknline covered comforts filled with best aorntod cotton. Wo offer them nt 20 per cent off. We offer six only, fanny chocked wool blankets / r\(\ at O.UU 25 ladies' sateen skirts, black nnd colors, hnlf off. They range from 83.50 to 84.50. | 75 }4 price would bo..l»««5 Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overcoats Kxoopt (iraveuet IOH. UcHcripl ioiiH and prieen nn elotliing mean nothing. Yn'i iniiKt, «(•(• for yourself, We art! (iloninK "lit nil clothing. ('I;H( cutn no figure. We offer 100 |niirH rnr-n's work jiantH, Hweel, Orr <V C,'o. 'H gnodu, regular price. 81.50, nt j f\f\ I.UU Boys' and Men's Sweaters '2fj per cent off on IIHUI'H and OI/.VH' swentc.rH, Thi* dnnn not include ijr coatH. Fancy Ribbons We offer 250 pieces finest silk ribbons, woven. Do not confound these with ohenp mercerized goods with printed patterns. Ours nro silk nnd every pnttcrn is woven in the goods. Those ribbons sell at 81.00 to 82.00 per yard; our price 50c Burlaps We will hereafter carry lar^o quantities of burlaps in all colors at city prices. Buy at homo and savo yourself trouble and worry. Fine Shoes We nre receiving our spring stock, comprising tho largest afsi>rtmont of good shoos ever shown. Our now shoos comprise some of tho best makes in tho country. Utz & Dunn. Barry. Brockton Co-op. W. L. DongliiH. Foltor's high grade infnnt'H line. Every stylo of fumiy and high! top shoos, including skuffors. China 25 per cent discount on nil chinii; nothing reserved. Boys' and Men's Pants 2.00 1.25 50c 5.00 82.00 for boys' bicycle double seat corduroy pants 81.25 for boys' blue sorgo all wool knoo pants 50c for boys' knoo pants 85.00 for boys' corduroy flUitH A complete) lino of man's punts, new pug top leather goods. corduroy trimmed For Autoists Auto bnlH. Allto gloVOH. Auto duHtorn. Buckskin Rubber Boots 1.00 for buckskin rubbor boots; advcrtlHcd nnd Hold ovary- whoro nt 85.00; now .... 4.00 Golf Shirts 50c 1.00 Every 7f)o golf Hhirt Work Gloves lien! Napa-tiinned inon'H work glove in tho world ... Suit Cases 25 per cent off ot) nil Hull earn.:;. Mats A good lino of riicn'H haUi; now cleun goodK inndo fur u LOH Angohm deparliiient, Hloro thnt hadn't tho money to ]ii«y for them. Choice 1.00 Muslin Underwear ;()()() pieiM-N high grndo iniihlin nndeiwear, Hitni['le>t; OIJCCH are II-HH tlniii the cunt of I lie goudH. Ladies' Skirts, Shirtwaists and Coats \Vi> offer 50 now mid Iniiitl.snino Hilk shirt wnlHlH that, were bought to HO 1 1 at: 810.00, C A A for .................... «>.UU They roprosoni; a coiiHidornblo loss, but experience al\vnyH comes high. Wo ofl'or (50 whltn lawn waists, regular HU.rilV nnd | AA 82.00 wnists at .......... I.UU Another CIHHO of experience. None charged, sent out on approval or o.x- chnngud. Childron's hoiii'skin ooatB. Moro 2.00 & 2.50 Also largo sl/.os, 30, !)8 nnd 40 in ladles' oontH. Boo them nnd seo tho Notions Mpool cotton 5c, Hilk fonthorbnno lOo. Do Long hook and oyo Ho. Good Goods We Sell JJuUnriok pntturnn. Morodo iindorwonr. MuiiHing iindorwonr, Nii'/,iu uliUi wai.stn. Kon'lH WillHtH. It. A, (M. COl'HOt.H.. MnryHvlllo, California, blniikots nnd undoiwonr. A oomploto lino of JOHN B. HTKTHON JJATH, first LINE ovor Hold in thin city. Tho tendency for mtvem! yours among nearly everyone IIHH been to Hoc.uro goodn dump, Tho prleo IIHH |ji!i!ii tint ii]iii!iicL that IIIIH boon do |.<OII(fo<l Upon til Illllld) Hill ON. If tho jirleit wcie low, ((utility did mil, inn!,- tor. II, WIIH thin whloh lod to tho adulteration of food products to u point which iniidn It noooHHiiry for tho government to intorforo, 'I'llin sumo ndultornlion nnd frnud utill goon on in th«) dry goodH nnd leather trades. Ho hid hiiB It bocomo thai, homiHt inndo goods cnn scarcely bo Hold. Loaded HilkN, londinl oott.oiiH diiii londcd huil.luir H|ioolnl Holon and ro- dui'Mii |iric,i:H on rul.ton goodH aro nil thnl ini:r(;hanlH think in nocftHHiiry to ofl'or. In our doaliiigK with you wf will iniiki! no Hlnloiiiont not u fact. Wo wiil offor only roliablo goodH and Ninth ri'diir,! iunc a4 svo oft'or uro not on H|i(-clal nalrs goodn, but roliablo THE BROADWELL STORE CO VINA

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