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ADLER’S Holiday Store -
Big Sales for Each Day in the Week |
If one never would have to do any shopping it would be worth while one hun- t/Ty
dred times the taking of a trip to Adler’s Store. Now as Holiday Goods have bud- jl
ded into full bloom, since they lie around anywhere about in bidding suggestiveness, since everything is turned
over to the life and pleasure of the coming holiday occasion in telling magnificence, it must become a satisfaction
to be a visitor to this great mercantile palace.
Children Delight in the Utmost Pleasure When They Get Into Our Toyland.
The grown people are feasting on the sights of the gorgeous merchandise of all kinds now so liberally dis
played here. The big entrances are swinging now wide open and bid you to participate in the largest sale of
■iei—-.=Holiday Wages- =
Ever Assembled in One Store Building in the Southern States.
Are Toys On Your
We carry in stock now ready on sale about twenty
times as many toys for children’s holiday presents as
ordinary toy stores usually handle.
Dolls of Every Description.
Bisque Dolls, Kid Body Dolls, Unbreakable Dolls, Rag
Dolls, Jointed Dolls, Dressed Dolls and Undressed Dolls.
Prices of Dolls range from 25c to $15.00
Girls' Tricycles, Boys' Bicycles, Swinging Horses,
Hook and Ladder Machines, Speeding Automobiles,
Wooden Express and Hay Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Goat
Sulkies, Steel Wagons, Motor Boats, Sailing Boats, Tor
pedo Boats, Blackboards, Drums, Baby Carriages. Go-
Carts, Doll Cradles, Humpty-Dumpty Toy Circus, Brass
Beds, Doll Cosy Corners, Horns, Revolving Toy Pistols,
Mechanical Railways, every kind of Games imaginable,
Iron Banks and Safes, Soldier Sets, Soldier Armies, Pi
anos, Extension Tables, Bissell Toy Carpet Sweepers,
Building Blocks, Magic Lanters, Mechanical Engines,
Toy Furniture, Toy China Sets, Rubber Balls, Iron Toys,
and all the above and many of such not mentioned are
completeness in themselves.
NOW FOR THE
New Silverware Department.
Nothing like it in newness, variety, ingenuity or ele
gance within many miles around Savannah. Every piece
of Silverware sold here is guaranteed to be as repre
We are distributors of three of America’s largest
Silver Hollow-ware manufacturers. Silver Hollow-ware
is presented here in the most magnificent variety ever
We show quadruple plated Tea Sets $3.00 to SSO
We show quadruple plated Chocalate 5et5....58.50 to S2O
We show quadruple plated Butter Dishes... $2.00 t 057.50
We show quadruple plated Syrup Pitchers $1.50 to $5
We show quadruple plated Bread Tray5....52.00 to $7.50
We show quadruple plated Pudding Dishes- .$2.50 to $lO
We show quadruple plated Cake Baskets $1.50 to $5
We show quadruple plated Silver Cups 49c to $3.50
We show quadruple plated Shaving Cups.... $1.50 to $5
We show Nut Dishes $1.50 to $6.50
We show quadruple plated Candelabras $5.00 to Sls
We show quadruple plated Soup Toureens...s3.so to SlO
We show quadruple plated Waiters $1.50 to sls
Rogers' Silver Tea Spoons $1.50 a Set
Rogers’ Silver Dessert Spoons $2.50 a Set
Rogers* Silver Table Spoons $2.75 a Set
Rogers’ Silver Soup Spoons $2.50 a Set
Rogers’ Silver Knives $2.00 a Set
Rogers’ Silver Forks.... $2.00 a Set
R°g-'rs’ Three-piece Baby Set SI.OO
Rogers’ Sugar and Butter Sets SI.OO
A large assortment of Rustic Indian Goods, now so
ropularlv used for presents. Hand Carved Ink Stands,
Dinner Bells, Clocks, Handkerchief Boxes, Glove Boxes,
t^?E^„? 8 "25c to $3.50 each
We otfer handsomely carved Swiss Clocks at 49c
Fancy Work Boxes at 50c, SI.OO and $1.50
A large variety of Bronzed Clocks to choose from; price
frf >m 51.60 to SIS.OO each
Picture Frames in gold, silver and other metal ware
Fancy Stationery from 25c to 51.60 a BOX
We have a full assortment of Sterling Silver Novelties
in arv variety.
Gold Riags for Children, Misses and Women.
A large variety of Brooted Combs, Chatelaine Bags,
Fancy Belts, Etc. # I
Fancy Gilt Clocks
In the largest selections ornamented in all kinds of oddities
and productions of highest workmanship.
Gilt Clocks, usually sold at $3.00, here at $2.00
Gilt Clocks, usually sold at ss.oo, here at $3.50
Gilt Clocks, usually sold at s7xo, here at $5.00
Gilt Clocks, usually sold at SIO.OO here at $7.50
Silver Manicure Sets
In fancy leather cases, suitable for man or woman, small or
large. Manicure Sets are offered here in large varieties from
$2.98 to 515.00 each.
Special Razors from the world’s best razor
— makers can be had here.
Roberts* Parabola Razors, the best in the world, at
$2.00, $2.50 and $2.98.
Gillette’s Safety Razors $5.00
Gilford’s Celebrated Razor Strops, the seal of public ap
proval 50c, 75c, SI.OO, $1.50
Full assortment of Sterling Silver Back Military. Hair, Clothes
and Hat Brushes, from $1.98 to SIO.OO
Sterling Silver Hat Pins from 25c to $5.00 each
Ink Stands, Soap Dishes, Cut Glass Novelties, Fancy
Ladies’ Ready- to- Wear
Suit and Cloak Department.
Take the Elevator for the Seeond Floor.
We have planned a sale in the Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear
Department for each day during next week. There is a
grim determination on our part to end this season without
a single garment of whatever description on our hands.
Suit by Suit, Cloak by Cloak, Costume by Costume,
Skirt by Skirt, Robe by Robe, Child’s Garment by Child’s
Garment, everything must fall to the inevitable doom of
C *1 f| QQ will buy Tailored Suits worth up to $27.50.
*r > Xl* ](■ matters not of what description they may
be, they have the fit, workmanship and style of the high
priced suits, and only good material is used in such. Does
this appeal to you, lady ? Do you know what it means?
To give you nearly $3.00 worth for your SI.OO.
C/Q OA stands this week for the most elegant imported
L a< ji es ' Suit it has been our pleasure to
show you this season. Can you feel at ease to remain at
home while this goes on?
CA stands this week, it matters not how small
H* ' " •'JX3 tpij s typ e ma y seem to you, for the biggest
values Ladies’ Tailored Suits ever known here.
You would certainly pay $35.00 for any of the suits here if
you needed one, and ybu would think the price to be reas
onable at $35.00, but we are strongly convinced that $i7.50
would please you better, and here are your wishes realized.
<£H QQ It matters not how doubtful the figure may
look to you, this price gives to you Ladies’
Tourist Coats up to the $i5.00 mark. Don’t be skeptical,
we have no reason to trap you in a coat bargain without we
give it f o you. Listen to such prices as these and remem
ber that not one single item bears even the vestige of a doubt
of true representation.
Woolen Waists, formerly $2.98, now .. $1,98
Outing Flannel Skirts, formerly soc, now 35c
Flannelette Gowns, formerly $i.25, now 98c
Silk Taffeta Petticoats, formerly $i5.00, now $9.95
Mannish Mixture and Panama Cloth Skirts, formerly
#7,50, now $5.00
Ladies’ Sweater Blouses, formerly fl.So, now $1.58
SAVANNAH. GA.. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1904.
Twenty new patterns Just arrived,
beautiful designs in solid mahogany
and quartered oak, also Mission pat
terns in Flemish. A few more
solid golden oak, with three tone and
solid color, upholstered cushions, at
Mission Style Morris Chair, with
genuine Spanish Rohn leather, remov
able cushions. Regular price, $22.60,
In all leather, solid mahogany,
Birch, quartered Oak, Birdseye Ma
ple, Tuna, Mahogany and Flemish
Oak. This line is the finest display
ever exhibited In this city and prices
are guaranteed lower than any in the
market. They range from
$1.98 to S6O.
Ladles’ Writing Desk, Solid Oak
$5.49 to $45.00.
Combination Book Case and Desk,
Y. O. Oak
$14.00 to SOO.OO.
Book Cases, Oak and Mahogany
$13.98 to $50.00.
Grarvlfathers’ Mission Clocks
Parlor Tables, Oak, Flemish and
09c to $25.00.
Hall Chairs, Elegant Variety, all
$3.98 to $15.00.
Book Bests, Burnt Wood
59c to $2.50.
Indian Stools, all woods
Taberetts of Flemish Oak
Pictures, elegant variety
50c to $20.00.
Side Boards, beautiful line
$12.50 to SIOO.OO.
Dressing Tables, latest styles
$7.50 to $25.00.
Dressers, fine assortment
SIO.OO to $125.00,
Metal Beds, best makes
$5.49 to SIOO.OO.
Bed Room Suits
$1.50 to $250.00,
$5.50 to SOS 00.
Novelties are shown on our furni
ture floor In endless variety, we spec
ially Invite you to visit our furniture
floor and examine stock, every cour
tesy will be extended you whether you
wish to purchase or not.
Always Call Fog
Trefousse Kfd Gloves f SX.SO and $2.00
Tampa Kid Gloves .! SI.OO
Couvoisier Kid Gloves $1.50
Dent s Walking Gloves $1.50 and $2 00
The Candy Department
As previously advertised, we are sole agents in this
Powell’s New York Candy
Which is sold in all styles of Can ly construction at 5c a
box, 10c a box, 25c a box, 35c a box and 50c a box.
Peters' Chocolate, the genuine Swiss good eating
Chocolate, is sold here at sc, 9c, 14c and 29c a package.
In the Gents’ Furnishing Department
We are offering now the choicest things for Men’s Holi
day Presents. Magnificent Bath and Smoking Robes.
Special Holiday Neckwear, Suspenders; special Handker
chiefs in Silk, Linen and Cotton, put up attractively.
Shirts, Gents’ Jewelry and other articles of equal at
The Book Department
Books of all kinds are sold here for special holiday
goods. Boys’ Books, Girls' Books, Children’s Books,
Books of standard authors for men and women.
Beautiful Gold and Silver Picture Frames, Photo
graph and Postal Card Albums with invisible music
boxes attached thereon.
In the Notion Department
Fancy Work Boxes of all kinds, Needle Cases, all
kinds of Pictures and House Mottoes.
The Art Department
Needle Work of every description. Burnt Wood Ma
chines, Notions, Scarfs, Mantel Draperies, Pillow Shams,
Fancy Covers, Pillows. Cushions and Pillow Tops.
Stamped Needlework. Rustic Indian Goods made by
hand and polished highly. Indian Novelties of all de
scriptions. Cosy Corner specialties.
Our specialty The Ladles' PATRICIAN SHOE,
which is sold in full 100 of the largest cities in America.
It is the best shoe that money can buy at any price, and
gives absolute satisfaction.
The Silk and Dress Goods Department
The only house on this side of Washington which
carries a complete stock all the year around. We are
the sole distributing agents for about twenty-five Silk
and Dress Goods Mills, among which are the choicest and
very best qualities of silk manufactured in Europe and in
this country. For a silk dress consult us all along the
line. What our silk stock fails to have is not the silk you
want to buy. Moneybaks in Taffeta and Peau de Soie.
Grandmother Taffetas, Maison’s Peau de Soie, six differ
entbrands of Liberty Silk, Sterling Taffetas, Mousselines,
Chiffon Taffeta, Messalene Silk, Crepe de Chine and
every kind of silk used in this enlightened age.
We offer for Monday 10 pieces Guaranteed Taffeta
and stamped guaranteed, at 39cayard.
27-inch Black Guaranteed Taffeta at 69c a yard
21-inch Colored Crepe de Chine at 45c a yard
Watch for the Special Dress Goods
S?!? Next Wednesday.
2,000 yards of Colored Dress Goods will be brought
out at one price, many of which are below the cost of
Special Blankets Monday are $2.69
Comfort specials are 98c
Quilts at .. 69c and 98c
4-4 Fruit of the Loom Domestic a yard
Danish Cloth t2 l /ic a yard
18-inch Birdeye 39c a piece of 12 yards
Good quality of Long C10th.... 89c a piece
Beautiful Silkoline, yard-wide 10 and 12'jcyard
Tricot Flannel for Waists 23c a yard
Embroidery Flannels 49c, 65c and 89c
TABLE LlNENS—Special sale of such, 72 inches
wide 98c a yard
Splendid Towels at 19c worth 25c.
The Millinery Department
We are offering now on account of the lateness of
the season, 500 Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, some
oi them would be cheap for $1.50, at 39c
All trimmed and Untrimmed Hats can be had now
at slightly less than half price.
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