The El Campo Citizen (El Campo, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1919 Page: 5 of 8
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First Display of Fall.
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Monday, Aug. 25
We are receiving jots of new Fall Millinery, Skirts, Waists, New
■ts, Bradley Sweaters, New Blankets and Corn-
Dress Goods, Ne^
forts.. New Fall $>hoes, foot supports, New Warner Corsets and
Brassiers. TruiiMs, Suit Cases and Hand Bag. Notions of all sorts.
THE PARISAN SHOP
A WORD TO OUR PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMERS
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We have tried to keep you posted as best we could per-
taining to our line of business and beg to statg that it is
all but impossible to get Monumental stock at all, hencs
all the quarries, as well as all tne retail'dealers are far
behind with orders. v . - -o.
We orderecf a big stock last fall and winter, it has at
last arrived. Now this is over fifty per cent sold and the
balance will "be in a short time. We would be glad thgt
you. write us at once, if you intend having a stone erected
this fall of* winter so we can get the order at once. We
are in a position to erect most any style stone ia a short
time now, but it wilF be only a short time until we will
be out of someof the most popular sizes... Hence we ad-
vise that you write us at once, or the better plan would
be to come* to the shop where you can see what you buy.
Ih either case do not delay, for we are like all the rest
in our line, very limited as to getting STOCK.
A WORIXfO OUR BOHEMIAN CUSTOMERS
Knowing that most of you will want your work up on or
before -November 1,1 d 19, we would advise that you
write or call at ohce, so we will have time to get $ : c-
out on time. When writing plefcse give details as to Ihe
best placelo caH, at your borne or office. When,living ,u
the country, please give details as to how to get to y. -r
place. We will be glad to hear from all, assifrinr :.r
that we will do our best to please you.
To insure delivery, do not delay in getting you ~ V ?
in, no matter where yop buy, it will be the same .
BAY CITY MONUMENT WORKS , ■ S
• Bay City, Texas. <
New Hats, New Shoes, New Caps, New Ide Shirts, Collars, New
Bradley Sweaters, N$w Trousers, New Suits, Ties, Belts,Underwear,
Gloves, Socks, Handkerchiefs. Get that million dollar look. A
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Royal Tailored Suit from us does the work.
e Members of “The
and retail merchants (One In
The Oread of a Possible Fife ti
Is Vagus Compared With
The vivid recollection of afire in
turselves together for the sole purpose of buying our
west possible price. The distributing point for this
ited at Houston and within a few days we will have a
< of these goods fresh, clean from the best factories in
im in going into this chain of buying power is to
goods for less than we could otherwise sell them and
About f li
- & •'* -js at' m
Y^ith a majority of prop-
erty owners one fire is
sufficient to demonstrate
the value and importance
section is 1
be able to
make a pr<
stock of Flour, Pickles, Preserves, Ham, Sausage, Cel
urnips, Rhubarb, Grapes, Apples, Lemons, Oranges
and Eggs. We sell for Cash and don’t spend a hun-
i month on a delivery so we can and do sell for less
it in Cartoons Each Week in Our Windows
The Texas Motor Co.
is now open for business and will
appreciate a share of your patron-
We do first class repair work and
Give us a Trial. *K |
Special Equipment for For^l Cars
J. W. SELF, Manager
FIRE !S YOUR PROPERTY
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Ballew, W. L. The El Campo Citizen (El Campo, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, August 22, 1919, newspaper, August 22, 1919; El Campo, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth902684/m1/5/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Wharton County Library.