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Los Angeles herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1900-1911, April 30, 1908, Image 12

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$75,000 COMBINATION
BANKRUPT SALE
The Greatest Bankrupt Sale of High-Class
Merchandise Ever Held
€CO Ann BOOTH=NEIQHBOURS STOCK
lk I I ii 11 1 Formerly Sold on the Premises of This Great Combination Bankrupt
%y\J\J fVVV sale
$1 C (\(\(\ L H. BLACKMAN BANKRUPT STOCK
JL 'Jf \J\J\J Formerly Sold at 340 South Spring Street
In addition to the above stocks there will also be on sale about $10,000 worth of
merchandise that was delayed in transit, which the TRUSTEE secured from the East
ern creditors at 35 cts. on the dollar, making this the trade event of the Pacific coast.
These two mammoth bankrupt stocks were secured from the
REFEREE IN BANKRUPTCY of the U. S. COURT, and in order to
close out both stores with the least possible expense the Trustee
has ordered both stocks to be sold under one roof.
The Goods Must Go—Value Will Not Be Considered—Cost Cuts No Figure—
It's Simply a Case of Settling Up Both Stores.

By combining these two mammoth stocks under one roof the buying public
will receive the benefit of the tremendous assortment of the highest class of Men's
Wearing Apparel ever offered for sale on the Pacific coast at a minimum cost of
merchandise selling, thus insuring to the buyers THE MOST MARVELOUS
BARGAINS ever shown.
Showcases and Fixtures for Sale Cheap—Everything Must Go
Great Combination Bankrupt Sale N6w Going on at the Old Store of
Booth=Neighbours Clothing Co.
306 South Spring Street ■"■■•. '
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 30, 1908.
PART II

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