Source: North Manchester Journal, April 18, 1895, Display Ad
HERE TO STAY
LOW PRICES, ALL THE STYLES, BIG VALUES
THE BANKRUPT CLOTHING CO.
Warvel Building, Opposite Postoffice,
Is now in Grand Bargain Shape. Immense Displays of Fresh, Stylish Spring Goods. We
will show Bigger Stocks, Grander Varieties and Values than ever. Everything
in the store at prices that are simply irresistible.
A GREAT PURCHASE! A GREAT SALE!
BANKRUPT STOCK BOUGHT FROM THE SHERIFF.
A fortunate opportunity came our way and enabled us to buy $27,000 worth
of Clothing for SPOT CASH at about half price, which we now divide in two Grand
Bargain lots. One for our large Toledo establishment, the other for our favorite branch at
NORTH MANCHESTER, INDIANA.
Seeing is Believing, Then Why Not Look at Them?
SALE NOW OPEN.
Men's Good Business Suits, well wearing, good fitters, $2.85, worth $5.00.
Men's Suits, stylish looking and well wearing, $3.25 regular value $6.00
Men's Suits in all sizes and styles, neat colors, conscientiously made and trimmed, $4.75 regular value $9.00
Men's Fine Imported Clay Worsted Suits, Frocks and Sacks, equal to fine tailor work, $10.50, worth $18.00.
250 Men's Fine Dress Pants, latest styles, neat colors, all sizes, $3.25
450 Men's Cassimere Pants, all sizes, $1.75, good value at $3.00.
Men's Good Substantial Working Pants, look well and wear well, 75¢, worth $1.25.
Boys' Pants, Medium and Dark Materials, well sewed, 65¢, worth $1.25.
Children's Knee Pants, all sizes, 19¢.
Boys' and Children's Department
Four Very Remarkable Sales.
Boys' Long Trousers Suits, from 13 to 19 years, dark and medium colors,
$2.65, worth $4.25.
Boys' Fine Double Breasted Suits, sizes from 14 to 19 years, $6.00 worth $12.50.
Boys' Two Piece Suits, cut Double Breasted, all ages from 5 to 15 in handsome Gray, Brown and Black Cheviots, $2.25, regular price $4.00.
Children's Two Piece Suits, all colors and sizes, 85¢ to $1.50, worth $1.50 and $2.75.
Furnishing Goods Department.
Men's Fine White Laundried Dress Shirts, 48¢ ,
Men's Negligee Shirts Laundried, New Spring Styles, 48¢, worth 40, 50 and 75¢.
Spring Hats that are in Style at 95¢ to $2.00, worth from $1.50 to $3.50.
25 dozen Hats at 48¢, worth $1.00.
Water Proof Collars and Cuffs, all Styles and Sizes, 10¢ to 18¢.
Study Prices Carefully, Come in the Morning if Possible. Remember the
Always for Bargains.
Warvel Building, Opp. P.O.
BANKRUPT CLOTHING COMPANY.
North Manchester, Ind.
Source: North Manchester Journal, August 1, 1895
The Bankrupt clothing concern, which has occupied the Warvel building for the past six or eight months, has packed its goods and shipped them to Monroe, Mich. Business has been dull for some time past is the reason assigned. Mr. Goldberg, the manager, who by the way is a very pleasant fellow, says they may return to this place next fall.