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Mr. A. L. Noble

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Parent Issue
Day
19
Month
June
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

The readers of the Argue have oiten read with interest the varlous announcemonts of Mr. A. Tj. Noble in our advertising columns and we doubt not many linve found tiiem profitable. And now that Mr. Noble is pushing lus business mo . vigorously as to uso a supplement of nis own to the Argus, we deern it only proper that the paper should say something oí Mr. Noble himself. It is not often that one active business man covers nll ficlds. Yet now and then in this country we ïind a man of fertile resources who does not confine his energies eimply i o hisown peculiar line of trade. Sucli a man is apt to engase in various enterprises for building up the city in which he lives. In Ann Arbor, we 'ind our own hustling clothier. A. L. Noble, without in the least neglecthlg his business as a elothiw, engaged in various other indusiiii'ii. Por instar.ee, he hns almost the solo managcmeni of the Electric Light Company, being srcretary, treasurer and manager. He is a large owiner of the stock and the whole management of the corporation is left to his judgment. Mr. Noble has also recently been eleotetf'a director of the Ann Arbor Street Bailway. He is a stoekholder in the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti street railway, in the Ann 'Arbor Agricultural Works, in the Michigan Furniture Company and is always intereste.d in every enterprise tending to build up the city. Mr. Noble is a thorough worker In anything he undertakes. He never contents himself wiih shnply putting io his money for he gives his personal attent ion to his investments. He is ome of the few business men who can be eounted on beinjr almost always present at the meetings of the Ann Arbor Business Men's As,iociation. It is this very activity in business which has pushed Mr. Noble to the front. It is his falthful di.-charge of ftfll duties and his high sense of personal Integrity, which has secured for him the confldfnee of the community. The pcople have come to know that when Mr. Noble says anytnlng he means it. He was th very mam to Bell off the stock of a large elothlng firni in a. few weeks. And so, with the knowledge that Wagner & Co. desired to go out of. the ready-made clothing business and to confine tluir efforts largely to merchaut tailoiinff it can créate no surprise that Mr. Noble was the man to step in and take the stock. It is not surpriRing either that the Bale so far has proven a rema rka Ule success. Por Mr. Noble is a íirm heliever In the efflcacy Of printers ink. And his success in lts use is largely due to the fact thnt he always keeps the prèmises made In his adveiv tisemonts. Mr. Noble' push, tnoftraghnesa and and the orlginnlity of his methode are shown in this supplement, prlnted for his especial use aud benefit and tlioroughly dlstributed throughout tho connty. He wishes everyone to know of the great opportunlty offered to ave money on clothing and he takes this effective way of maklng it public. As a public splrited man, as a good citizen, as a fftie business man, a careful mamager, a Jndiclous ádvertiser, a reliable dealer, a money sa ver for the people, a.n all-around man, Mr. A. L. Nolle is a credit to the, city In which he Uves. ! Fríeuds outside of our regular business etrcle are reachlng after our bargains. Neighbors, noliïy each other. Guatomera are our besl advertiwers. People ar coming long distances. We gladly wt'lcome all. Hot weather elothlng dilutea to circus lemonade prices at Noble's. Mr. Rob. Heywood wants to see the Boys before thoso barsains are gone. Mr. Pred Binder eonies In as a general assistant while buin"Hs ia ru hing. Mr. E. 1). Alley will bi pleased to meet his old-time Dextor friends during this sale. Straw hats are actttolly taklug legs and walking away irom the Star Clothing House. Our book-keeper will gladly write nufnerous receipts for those vruose names and accounts appear on our books. ! "Standing room only"' has been the proper sign to hang out during the many rushes at the st'ir Clothing House. Mr. Eobert Reyer, a thoroughly fxperit'nced clothing man, has kindly conspnted to assist w, until the ryclone passes. The latest report that. the recent heated term was caused by the whirlwin.l that strnek th? Star Clothing House is nll a fake. Had a stranger looked int o the Star Clothing House on Saturdny night, lie wauld snrely have Imagined that a whirlwind had struek the place.