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How About The 25th?

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Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
December
Year
1894
Copyright
Public Domain
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You are undonbtedly thinking about Christmas and wondering what gifts yon can select that, will be pleasing and appropriate remembrances to your many friends. I have been t hinking of Christmas for months past, and have been selecting the most choice things trom hundreds of faetones, whose designers have vied with each other in producing a multitude of things that are used in the furnishing and adornment of the home. ' A tour through my three floors, which are now filled to overilowing, wilt reveal so many things that will be suitable and appropriate that the matter of selection becomes a pleasure instead of a task. There is always a satisfaction in deciding upon a gift that you are contident will give pleasure to the recipiënt for its artistic and useful qualities, as well as for the expression of thoughtf ulness and good will of the giver. What can be more acceptable as a token of friendship than something which adds comfort and beauty to the home? It is my constant aim and study to gather together the choicest line of goods from the leading markets, and know there is not another stock like my own between Detroit and Chicago. It embraces low priced goods, medium priced goods and expensive goods. You can spend an hour or two without a dull moment in strolling through my departments. You will find it a sóurce of pleasure to be able to read the price on every article in plain figures, and it is a matter of satisfaction to know tbat this price is the lowest one possible, that those who are well posted, and those wtio are not posted, man or child, all get equal satisfaction here; thafs the foundation upon which this business has been built. 1 have anticipated the wants of all for the cowing glad season. and have given special consideration to the financial part of the question, which nieaus that all prices have been crowded down to the lowest limit. My stock is large, but many of the most choice things will be picked u; by the early buyers. I urge you not to delay. but to make your selections as early as possible. Goods can be ordered now and set aside for future delivery, if desired. , Look at some of these prices: Upholstered fíackers at $2.75, $3.00, H3.25, $3.50, $3.75, Ï4.00, $5.00, and very iine ones up as high as 10 and $15. Parlor Suits: $19, $25, $32, $40, $50, $75, and $100. Onyx Stands as low as $5.50. Music Stands and Cabinets from $2.50 upward. Easels as low as 75c, $1.00, $1.25, etc. Prices on all other goods as low in proportion. MARTIN MALLER Telephone 148. 52 S. Main & 4 W. Liberty Sts., Passenger Elevator. Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News