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Star Clothing House

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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
April
Year
1890
Copyright
Public Domain
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Was Movisg Day. [ [ VV Aü H UiÍ UU. 1 ü U UuLJÜÜ . Was Hoving Day. WE WILL CONTINUE IT AT THE We are Bound to Move not olives) A a Pile of Clothing. WE START THE BOOM. CATCH IT ON THE WING. FmST--Our great Solt at $1 .1 75 THIRD-Greatest Boom of all: SSffiE is still on. We closed an entire lot from Leiand, ■-■■■ j-t n n f ■■ to Live custc-mers extra value, and have bunched Rice & Co., Boston, at Less than cost of material, II 1 8 about 50 suits for men into one lot at the ridicuand open the fun with a $15 Suit at $1 1.75. Don't ful K U H " T " " TravdThf JSntey$ov?Lmine all the so-called barcome two weeks from now and expect to find 11 11 gains, then compare with these two drives, and see how thej them, but come at once. w L. 1 1 u W fc# loom up in comparison. One Cent for Seed ! One Gent for Seed ! People feel poor some are poor, some pretend to be. Now we propose to take $1 1.00, $12.00, $12.50 and $13.00 Suits,- place upon one table- sell for even $10.00 but give you back ONE GENT FOR SEED. Your Suit costs you $9.99. One cent left for the next purchase. Your poverty, whether pretended or genuine, cuts no figure. SPRINGOVBRCOATS--The finest the market affords. All the latest fads. Top Coats, Box Coats, Cheviots, Meltons, Silk-lined, Velvet Collars, Strap Seanis. We have them all. PANTALOONS-Yes, All Wool, Yard Wide, never rip, only f2.50. No fancy pnces, but subitanOUBCHILDRJEN'Se PARLOR IS A GEM ! Single Pants, 25c to 50c. Childrens Suits, $1:25 to $5.(0. Come to oor Parlor, avoid the confusión of the other departments, take your time and see the handsomest garments ever in Ann Arbor. OUR HAT DEPARTMENT is larger than some whole stores, and yet is crowded from floor to ceiling. Rieht prices make happy customers. WORKING MEN, We have about 100 dozen Overalls, recently bought from a bankrupt manufacturer, which we shall make as another leader for Spring. CüTTON SOCKS, bought in case lots at case prices, only 10c, elsewhere 15c, 2 for 25c. HANDKERCHIEFS, direct from the importer. Our price, 10c, 3 for 25c. Importer says, "Sells for löc aoiece " SUSPENDERS by the gross, only 25c. See them. This does not teil it all. The entire paper would be necessary. Last spring was the best m the history of our business. The spring of '90 must surpass it. We are aching for your trade. We are bound to have it. We have the goods. We can make pnces. stabt Jrr onsroE fob hbadq,tjarters. A. L. NOBLE, LBADING OLOTHIBR AND HATTBR, -:- -:- ANN ARBOR

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