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The Jersey City news. (Jersey City [N.J.]) 1889-1906, December 13, 1889, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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RAILROAD PAY DA7Û»
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Of all Saturdays in the month Pay Day Saturday is the busiest. But of all the Saturdays in the year, Pay Day
Saturday before Christmas beats them all.
THE BOSTON makes it a point to have something extra
on these extra busy days.
A Chance for Every Man on the Railroad to own an OVERCOAT at
Less than Cost of Material.
OVERCOATS AT $8.90.
We shall sell tomorrow about 350 OVERCOATS, Sizes 33 to 44, such as have been sold by us at $10.00, $1£.00»
$15.00, and good iralue at the marked prices.
ALL GO AT $8.90 TOMORROW.
$2.49—Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Ages 4 to 12 Tears—$2.49
former prices, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00.
One lore Hack at the ΙΊΙΕ BOYS' SUITS, Ages 11 to 16,
made of the Finest Material, and sold by us at $15.00,
GOING NOW AT $10.00 A SUIT, JACKETS, PANTS AND VESTS.
OFFERINGS OF OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT:
SO Cases Ladies' Rubbers, 19c, a Pair. One. Pair to a Customer. Sale Continues all Day.
If you want to see a MARVEL ESTABLISHMENT, where Business is continually increasing,
Look in at
THE BOSTON
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43-48 Newark Avenue, - - Jersey City.

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