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The herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1893-1900, November 05, 1893, Image 7

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gEE -)i SALE WILL. CONTINUE: UNTIL. ALL. GOODS ARB SOLD rr 3
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jjtl ♦ When Sheriff J. C. Cline sold the stock of the City of Paris Dry Goods Store ? g —j»
t»— O * I for the benefit of creditors, it was announced that the creditors, in order to * I I
♦ realize CASH, would sell the large and finely assorted stock way below tbe X m
[)) ♦ original cost of manufacture. Some very few took exception and questioned t I ZZ^m
I the statement. Since the beginning of this sale all doubts have been dis- i |
«>— i I ♦ pelled, and nearly every lady in the county will bear testimony to the truth * I
< &£Z LU . ♦ of the'proposition that all goods were sold for less than they have ever been ♦ I V ZZ^
jgf- |V . * heretofore in this state. The fact is that goods have not brought more than ♦ I
tm>— | sheriff-sale prices. Everybody knows what that means. The balance of this ♦ I ~~ "Z^m
♦ stock will be sold for even less—it must be sold and cash realized. This is | I ["" —^»
«, * ♦ no t a stock of goods that has been lyiug in a warehouse for many months, ♦ r—
X thereby becoming almost worthless, and at the same time bringing less than ♦ I I
eili*— (J) ♦ one thousand dollars for the entire lot of old style, moth-eaten trash which ♦ | —<tg
jg"- I ♦ some concern may try to foist on this community. The stock of the City of ♦ I Z*£t
LJ ♦ Paris consists of the largest and finest assortment of first-class Novelties ♦ I —^
r\ % and Staple Dry Goods in Los Angeles. Please remember this. By pur- | I 0
U ♦ chasing at this Creditors' Sale you SAVE from 40 to 75 per cent in good ♦ I — M
f\ t h&rA cash; you get first-class and seasonable goods. If you have not yet | I Z ~m
#9*~ W ♦ purchased, ask your neighbor, who has. In * ' I ■
l-j !House Furnishing Goods! 1 1
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- ! Blankets, Comforts. Window Shades, Scrims, ! 7 3
z I Down Pillows, Table Covers, Bed Spreads, 1 J 3
g - ) j Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, Sheeting, j L |f
!= I 1 Muslins, Prints, Ginghams, Flannels, Lace Curtains. I re|
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7 1 t If you are looking for DRESS GOODS, see the "Novelty Dress Pattern \ I
_ I ♦ Suits," the very latest importations from Europe, and some of the finest ♦ I
, S ♦ that were manufactured for the fall and winter of '93-'o4. At this sale you | Q
r" 3 t can buy two suits at about the same price you would have to pay others for ♦ 9 ~/
"7I ♦ one. Seeing is believing! In plain weaves —Serges, Henriettas, Hop Sack- ♦ I Q
g&~- £- I % ing and Cashmeres —this stock is complete, in all shades and qualities. ♦ I X
S Every yard will be sold for less than import price. Make comparisons with ♦ I U
m*— I others. Be sure and look through the following line of | j Q
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— I Crystal, China, Japanese, Plain and Changeable Surahs, Bengahnes, Satin ♦ | "Jj ~<&
% Duchesse, Plain Satin and Fancy Novelty Silks. The verdict will be: This | jjj _ Z^p
fjH£Z. I is the finest and most complete line of Silks in the city—and prices that no I J iM
♦ other house in California will duplicate. The reason is that the creditors t i
♦ must have the cash, and will sell all the goods for less money than other f I Tf.
1.l ♦ houses can purchase them at. The financial misfortunes of the City of Paris | 8 \J)
j ♦ Dry Goods Store have put money (dollars and cents) into the pockets of the J I A
g — { I purchasing public. Every dollar's worth of goods in this immense estab- ♦ I —^
m~- ♦ lishment must be sold: Bring your cash and you can get $2 in goods for | 11"""
♦ every $1 in money. | 1 0 ~~"
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WILL CONTINUE! UNTIL ALL GOODS AREI SOLD if Z^t
LOS ANGELES TTERALD* SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5. 1893.
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