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Birmingham age-herald. [volume] (Birmingham, Ala.) 1890-1895, July 01, 1894, Image 8

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LOVEMAN, JOS: IvO
The Busiest Stone In Birmingham.
HEAVY LOSSES ARE MADE IN THIS CITY EVERY DAY
by retail buyers that do not read our advertisement nor find out the many advantages we can give them.
WHILE THE THERMOMETER HEOISTERS UNTO 90 DEGREES,
OUR PRICES (;O DOWN HELOW ZERO!
Wool Dress Goods.
—•—
—Imported all wool DeBeige,
green or brown mixtures.
This material is light weight
and a most desirable fabric for
summer wear, usually sold for
from 65 to 75c.
QQp—The balance of our French
Challies, vines, flowers and
many other designs; regular
price 50c.
QQ ^—Special sale of printed Pon
gee, Kiaki and cream-wash
Silks ; regular price 50c.
—36 inches wide all wool
blaek Nun’s Veiling; value
50c.
Great Sale of Duck Suits.
(£| QQ and $2,98—Attractive
^ vjyl i ^ \J styles in almost overwhel
ming variety at prices absolutely
the lowest in this country.
QO and$4.98 —White tailor-1
made Duck Suits.
White Goods.
—«—
12ic—VVhite clotted Swiss, never sold
less than 15c.
22‘c—White, figured, dotted and
striped Swiss, regular 30c.
45c—66 inches wide genuine French
• Organdy, worth 60c.
4c — Chlfeked Nainsook, assorted
patterns, worth 6^c.
7ic—Checked Nainsook, assorted pat
terns, worth ioc.
Special to Close.
19c —Genuine Linen Lawn, the veryl
best quality, pretty patterns;
never sold less than 30c.
15c—Plaid and striped black Organ- '
die, absolutely fast. This goods
cost 25c to import. ‘ (
3ic—13°° yards of fancy Cotton Gimp 1
in all colors, suitable to trim !
wash dresses, worth 7^c.
LACES.
172C Per Dozen—200 dozen narrow ;
French Val. Lace, worth 30c.
45c Per Dozen—150 dozen 4-inch •
Italian Val. Lace, worth 60c.
10c —3 to 4 fnches wide black Silk I
Lace, worth 25c.
5c—White Oriental Lace, new pat
terns, very desirable for dress
trimmings; worth ioc to 123c.
AWNINGS AT $2.75.
Awnings to order for
private dwellings at
$2.75 each and up
wards.
A postal card will
bring our representa
tive, who will give esti
mates.
Awnings ordered now
will be hung when wanted and kept
repaired die first entire season with
out extra cost.
MOSQUITO BARS AND N£TS.
Order Them in Time.
We offer Hoop
Crossbar Net, 90
nches long, at 98c.
Turn-over Frame,
'like cut) Gauze Net,
>0 inches long, *at
Si-38.
Same as above, 100
nches long, $1.75 ;
io8 inches long at
Si.98.
Turn-over Frames (like cut) Bobinet, 90
nches long, $2. 75.
Four Post Frame,
(like cut) Gauze ;
Net, 90 inch long,
$4.23 ; 100 inch
% long, $4.37 ; 108
, inch long, $4.50.
Wash Dress Goods.
55c—Dress Pattern of ten yards
Simpson & Son’s silk finish
Dress Prints in dark and light
grounds, new patterns, worth $1.
10c—40-inch wide Irish Lawn in va
riety of dark and light designs,
suitable and so popular for shirt
waists and dresses; value 15c.
L6c —An entire new line of striped, I
checked and figured Creponets,
new and desirable colorings;
real vaiue 25c.
Domestic Goods.
4c—Heavy brown 7-8 Domestic,
worth 6*0.
7lc—Genuine Tabez C. Knight fine
coft finished Cambric, worth 10c.
L7*'C—24 yard-wide Pepperel bleached
Sheeting, worth 22c.
Hamburg Embroidery.
3ic—100 pieces colored Embroidery
in red or navy blue, worth 7IC.
L5c—I25 pieces of Hamburg Em-1
broidery from 6 to 9 inches wide,
value 25c.
Gents’ Furnishings.
—♦—
A Q>-\—Men’s unlaundried Shirts,
3-ply, reinforced linen bos
om, double back, patent inserted
sleeves, good muslin, well made
and perfect fitting ; fully worth 75.
QC ~, Each—Men’s genuine Egyp
O tian Gauze Shirts and Draw
ers ; regular price 60c.
<M C/°v Per Dozen—Men’s Hand
vPli^W kerchiefs, warranted pure
linen; worth $2.50.
Ladies’ Furnishings.
Q Q ^—Ladies’ Percale Shirt Waist,
0^/0 pleated back, ruffled and
pleated front; value 50c.
QQ—Ladies’black Batiste Waist,
Oi/L fast color, perfect fitting, well
made; value 75c.
QQ-,—Ladies’ imported fine Ging
OC/O ham Bonnets, large size, as
sorted patterns; worth 50c.
—Children’s embroidered or
corded white Mull Hats,
worth 50c.
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LOVEMAN, JOSEPH & LOEB, __
212-:—The Mammoth Nineteenth Street Store-214

I “TIE LEADERS!” AREAISRIRT WRIST SALE ROW Of! Take a Look at our See Many Different
Every Ladies’ Shirt Waist in the house to be sold at less than cost in this sale, barring none—every one must go. We depend on the style, quality and our extremely low prices to
make them go. Summer Dress Goods going with a rush. We are slashing the prices right and left. “The Leaders” have decided to open up their Summer Clearance Sale on
the ad of July, consequently everything is reduced, prices cut intwo—call at once ! Save money by buying from “The Leaders.” It will pay you to examine their stock before buying.
lvemember our Clearance bale that begins on the 2d oi July, tomorrow
morning. Be on hand. We will save you money on all your Dry Goods,
Millinery, House Furnishings, Shoes, Silks, White Goods, &c., &c.
$100 “wTv. $100
THIS IS NO LOTTERY SCHEME BUT A
DONATION OF $100
TO * OUR * CUSTOMERS.
We Will Give You an Exchange Coupon
With Each Dollars Worth of Goods purchased at our store
and when twenty of these coupons are presented by any one
person we will give $i in merchandise for them.
We wrant everybody to avail themselves of this offer,
and inform their friends that all may be “right in it.”
We are leaders of everything in our line, and our prices
on goods, grade for grade, can’t be equaled anywhere.
Come and see us and bring all your friends.
We’ve got the cash and want to distribute it. Ask for
Uyour coupon with every dollar’s worth of goods you buy.
Coupons Given with Cash Purchases Only.
jSuIpjjiii'atBd j&a j&It
—♦—
People are aware of the benefits SEA BA THS impart
to the human system, but as the masses of people do not
live near sea shores to take SEA iVA TER BA THSy
chemistry has come to the assistance and supplied the human
family with those blessings that nature left undone. )
SULPHURATED SEA SALT
is a combination of natural healing properties to invigorate,
the system and for the Relief and Cure of Rheumatism its*
effect is equal to Hot Sulphur Springs Baths. f,
I This HYGIENIC SALT offers many other advanH
ages in its use, and should become a general household'
article. It is recommended by prominent specialists for the^
cure of Itch, Prickly Heat and all Eruptions of the S£fr» anit
! Scalp. It has no equal in its general effect for strengthe1
ing the nerves and giving tone to the entire bodily structure
lyy-Directious lor Uae on Every Package.
CAHEEN BROS. & COMPANY,
SOLE AGENTS,
Cor. 1st Avenue and 21st Street, Birmingham, Ala.
"WE-A-ieJE LIKLA^nDIEIEiS XXST make^1ndeetain i:
IPTThe Old Reliable People’s House !*1£S
CAHEEN BROS, f CO,I (BIRMINGHAM, ALAj
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