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A Scene That Was Witnessed by
Thousands of Interested Spectators! J. BLAC: & SONS’ MANUFACTURERS’ * SALE! WERE_you one of the Lucky Purchasers ? Were you one of the thousands of customers who participated in this remark able sale ? If not, we now offer another opportunity greater than ever. The great rush has taken considerable goods from our counters, and some lots have been broken, but we still have a very large stock of Clothing, Fur nishing Goods, Hats and Shoes, and are determined not to carry any into next season’s trade. msdiS** We have inaugurated a cl: : l IMIacle Gr3?a,xj.<±e3? IMIoz?e Glorious Leductions. 0®* Our store has been crowded from morning until night for some weeks past by patrons who have shown in a substantial manner their appreciation ol Bargains. Our buyers are now scouring the Eastern markets, and if the following prices do not move all Winter goods before the arrival of their purchases it will be because you Do Not Care for Bargains: i Iraw ■■!■■■■ n ■ - _ Men’s Black Worsted Suits, regular price >3.50, cut 1 Men’s fine Suits, equal to those made to your meas ure that would cost three times the money and don’t fit any better, Men’s $5 Pants, new, stylish patterns, Men’s $1 laundried Negligee Shirts, late colors and well made, CENTS Men’s Suits, some of them are broken sizes, but there is not a suit in the entire lot worth less than I7.50; they all go at Men’s Overcoats, light-weight, or extra long Ulsters, worth f6 and $7.50, go for The finest Pants in our store, reliable J6, >6.50 and #7.50 Pants, Men’s 35c Stiirts or Draw ers, in broken sizes, CENTS * Men’s $8 and Sio Suits, some of them strictly all wool, --- . I || HIM—————» Men’s Overcoats, all wool, in Sacks or Ulsters, worth #8 and for $5.65 Men’s 50c white laundried Shirts, QQ CENTS OfJ Men’s 50c Shirts or Draw ers, only small lots left, 20 CENTS Men’s regular gr2. 50 and $14 Suits, all wool, go in this sale for ___ Men's $10 Ulsters, all-wool Frieze, for *7.35 Men’s 35c unlaundried white Shirts, 2J CENTS Men’s 50c Shirts or Draw ers, in solid colors and Derby-ribbed, CENTS Men’s fine tailor-made $15 Suits, best value ever of fered, *9.45 Men’s stylish $15 Overcoats, Beaver Kerseys and Mel tons, __ Men’s 50c laundried Negligee Shirts, good valuer CENTS ___ Men’s Shirts or Drawers, in odds and ends, some all wool, 0<T) CENTS Men’s elegant $18 Suits, cus tom-made, $10.95 $2.50 and $3 Pants, all-wool Cassimeres and Cheviots, $1.58 Men’s 60c laundried Negligee Shirts, go in this sale at gg CENTS Men’s Shirts or Drawers, all wool and good values, sold in other stores at $1.25 and >150, gQ CENTS ANY person that wants to economize should not miss thia wonderful opportunity. You will be surprised how much fine goods can be bought for a small amount of money Come early to our GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. • V . | J. BLACH & SONS, 1 0 X :XXB EFIBST A^7~T^-NTTTTr!= 1 Q14 1.,' Birmingliaiii, AJabaina. P8T P. S.—Mail Orders accompanied by Money receive prompt attention.