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The Jacksonian. (Jackson, Ga.) 1907-1907, March 22, 1907, Image 1

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CALL ON J B EDWARDS & SON FOR FRESH MEATS AND FISH OR PHONE 58 VOLUME 26. r* BIG STORE ...Our Time Is Yours,J corrwtoHT tr \\ A, 1, KIRSCHUUM * CO. Hjf A Talk on Clothes LET us show you why our blue serge suits will wear longer, keep their shape and col of better than any others you can buy. If you want a blr k suit for Sunday, better learn about our black Thibets and soft-finish worsteds that will not grow rusty or shiny. Let us explain the London cold-water shrinking process that preserves the life of the wool. A. B. Kirschbaum & Cos. introduced this method from England, shrink all their wool ens thoroughly before the clothes are cut, so they hold shape and good looks longer than any others. If you are a young business man or a college man, see our nobby student styles and get away from the hackneyed or* •dinary looking clothes that most stores offer young men. We have hats, underwear, haberdashery and all the be ongings of dress. We show you new and distinctive things without asking fancy prices for tbem- ggggg?**?&* THE CARMICHAEL - ETHERIDGE - SMITH GO. THE JACKSONIAN. JACKSON, GEORGIA. FRIDAY, MARCH, 22, 1907. Whenever You’re Ready to Pick Out That New Suit WE want a chance to talk to you about your Spring cloth es, We believe we can come nearer than anybody to giving you what you want, in the way you want it, at the price you want to pay. Don’t make up your mind about Spring wearables until we have spread before you some of the values in our new assort ment. Let us slip on a few Sack Suits (Sprirg models), new brown or neat gray effects. Stand in front of the mirror and examine the fit and general effect and see what is be coming to you. •owrmawf v k • iiirknwvm * co. '•* Qood Clothes Exhibit Worth The At tention Of Every Man Who Has Spring Things To Buy : : : : ■ The New Styles are ready and you’ll never have a better opportunity to see 111 the at once. The man who buys early has the advantage of variety to choose from and he gets more use of his clothes. There are points about tbe inside tailoring of these clothes that ve can’t expect the average buyer to appreciate until lie wears them; but no man can fail to note the fit and fine appearance of such suits the in stant he tries them on, and their superiority to the general run of clo thes for which the ordinary clothing store will ask him just as much, or even more money. This is one place where you wont get any sour looks because you d °Now U we ask you to come in and see what we have done and give us your trade if you find we deserve it. gggggggggggggg A Talk on Clothed Consider this your store —for your comfort and service. Feel at home here, see what w have to offer, hear what we have to say, and talk back as much as you please. And remember, what you buy here must be satisfactory! If anything is wrong we will make it right—so dont be a stranger. We show any number of ex clusive weayes and patterns— fancy cassimeres, worsteds, cheviots —the new stripes and checks, quiet plaids and neat mixtures, and the best values in blue and black suits to be found anywhere. Manv of our garments are from the workrooms of A. B. Kirschbaum & Cos. Philadel phia and New York the largest and best-equipped tail oring establishment in the U.S. We never tried harder in our lives, worked longer hours, or looked over more goods, than we did this Spring in getting together this stock of clothing and men’s wear. gggggggggggggggggggggg NUMBER ia