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Birmingham state herald. (Birmingham, Ala.) 1895-1897, October 23, 1895, Image 8

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BE WARNED IN TIME!
DON’T BE HUMBUGGED!
-IN
Buying lm\ or Prisoii Made Stuff
By flaring advertisements thrown out by fakirs to hoodwink the unsus
pecting public. Remember the late Gold Brick Swindle. They look
well and bring good prices, but the purchaser has no recourse.
Watch! Yes, we say watch, and watch with both eyes. Don’t be
dragged into some dark hole and have some old goods that may have
been woven or made in some prison palmed off on you as brand new
goods made for this season’s trade.
Why buy TRASH when you can buy good, honest goods for
less money?
fiEGISTEREDS*
: * 1
FAIR A SQUARE
Men’s black and blue Check Suits, such
as the Fakirs advertise at $3.50, at . .
Men’s dark Melton Suits, strong and well
made, at . . *.
Men’s black Cheviot Suits, advertised as O
$8.00 and $10.00 Suits, at .... O - CJ '
Men’s black Clay Worsted Suits, sacks or
frocks, at .
Men’s imported Clay Worsted Suits, ad- 05 r“7
vertised as #15 and #18 suits, at . . ■
The height of the fashion and a good,
bright, light store to examine them in.
Men’s Suits that no merchant tailor can 05 O
equal for less than #20 to #25 for . . . ^P .
Men’s Pants,
Dark, neat patterns
Men’s all wool Pants,
Good patterns .
Men’s Jersey wool
Working Shirts .
Boys’ Overcoats,
Age 5 to 13 years
Boys’ Knee Suits,
Age 5 to 13 years
Men’s Fine
Derby Hats
REGISTERED^*
‘fair a square"
T
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One Price Cash Clothiers,
1912—First Avenue—1914
Birmingliain,
Alabama

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