The Clothier and Furnisher Volume 82

The Clothier and Furnisher Volume 82

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ... will be simply haphazarcl clothes unless there be a Master Mind to chart the styles and a perfect organization to direct the tailoring processes step by step. "HIGH ART" Clothes are not " haphazard" garments. No style ever "happens, into existence in our creative style shops. We take no "hazards." "I-IICl"I ART" styles are first thought out in the trained brains of our stylists--then wrought out with painstaking skill and care on paper--then brought out to perfection in the cloth. And the quality is always there! "I-IICI-I ART " styles beckon invitingly to particular dressers rather than to careless guessers. We want your business on what we know as exemplified by what we show. New models, prepaid, for a postcard Strouse OI Brothers Baltimore---Maryland Thomas Jefferson once said, "If you want a thing done right do it yourself." Maybe! But how about letting the fellow do it who knows how to do it better than you? The easiest man in the world to sell the first time may become the hardest the next time. But honest 1/a-lue keeps his humor the same all the time. =i= =1: The man who zigzags is seldom straight. The merchant who studies his windows from across the street, soon finds more people passing in his door, and fewer passing by. =i= Easy Street is usually at the top of a hard hill. i= =i= VVonder of whom Emerson wrote: "What you are speaks so loud I can't hear what you say." =i =i= Ideas are the motor. Fossilized methods, the brakes. Throw open the clutch and let the motor buzz! =i= Goods sold under false pretenses always come back--but the purchaser--never again! = Don't be afraid of being called ASK any live hatter if he believes in...
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  • Paperback | 206 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 376g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236828887
  • 9781236828880