C L EVERHART
CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER
NEFFLEN BLOCK, MAIN ST
As manager of the New York Clothing House for three years,
Mr C L Everhart became widely acquainted with the people of this
section, and since the establishment of his own business, March 30th,
last, has met with immediate and surprising encouragement.
He intends to become recognized here as "Keyser's introducer of new styles and novelties in men's wear". Frequent consignments of neckwear, shirts and hats are received and if there is anything new on the market it makes its first appearance in Keyser at this conveniently located store. the clothing dept is well stocked and offers a wide range of choice, but a much large stock will be carried this fall. In fact, Keyser's dressy men will find this display a little superior to anything heretofore offered them.
The newest 1898 shapes and styles in straw, felt and stiff hats, is a leading feature of the business. Other necessities for men, such as umbrellas, leather grips, trunks, etc., are carried.
The energetic and popular proprietor of this business fully realizes that in the innovation of novelties and the introduction of styles lie his future success, and that in supplying the very latest ideas in men's wear he will attract and hold trade. Under the personal management the store will consequently be found up to date in all departments and ahead of its competitors in most. Enterprise and economy go hand in hand, and Mr Everhart purposes to demonstrate that the best is literally the cheapest.
There are in every community a thrifty class of people who prefer to buy strictly for cash, where their money will go farthest. this establishment specially caters to this trade, and customer are given the benefit of the amount usually expended on clerk, hire, bookkeeping and the interest of capital saved by doing a cash business.
Mr Everhart is a native of Harper's Ferry W Va, and a young man who possesses al the essential of success, enterprise, industry and integrity. He is rapidly acquiring an enviable position in Keyser's business circles.
TRANSCRIBED OCTOBER 29, 2001 BY PATTI MCDONALD
RETURN TO KEYSER
TRIBUNE JULY 1898
RETURN TO MINCO NEWS
RETURN TO MINERAL