Cleaning, Repairing, Altering
and Pressing all kinds
of Garments for Men and
Women, at home or for
BUFFALO, N. Y.
and good breeding are the privileges of the few; but the
habits of a gentleman may be acquired by any man.
Neatness is not an art requiring the study of a life
time; on the contrary it's principles are simple, and
their practical application involves only ordinary care.
the good opinion of those who surround us is the first
interest and the second duty of men in every profession
of life. First impressions are apt to be permanent; it
is therefore of importance that they should be favorable.
Frequently the dress of an individual is that
circumstance from which you first form your opinion. It
is even more prominent than manner. It is indeed one of
the first things noticed in a casual encounter or during
the first interview. Chesterfield has said that "He
could not help conceiving some idea of the people's
sense and character from the appearance of their dress
which they appeared when first introduced to him."
preparation of this book, it has been the aim of the
maker to give in a concise form, all that is properly
embraced in a comprehensive work on not only keeping our
wardrobes in such a state as...............