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Twenty years ago this month we
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■ THIS CUT REPRESENTS OUR STORE IN 1870. I; ' ■ THIS CUT REPRESENTS Ouif STORE'IN 1890. 5 ; rt
THIRD Street, Just Above the Old Pioneer Bui/din g. Corner THIRD Street and Roteri.
MEN'S : AND : BOYS' : WEAR !
Our Business has grown to be the largest of its kind in the Northwest and is still grow- 1
ing, SELLING ONLY THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY and doing business
on the good Old-Fash ioned Principle of LARGE SALES AND SMALL PROFITS have been I
THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTORS OF OUR SUCCESS.
gg~ We've Won Our Success by Deserving It! **®®
4qs. one-price clothing HOUSE, A&
V V^S. THIRD AND ROBERT STREETS. /&$
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SAINT PAUL MINxN., SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1890. —SIXTEEN PAGES.