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ALL-DAY SATURDAY CLOSING
DURING JULY AND AUGUST
Begins with us next Saturday, July 9th.
Hearn inaugurated this custom in 1899
to give employees extra time off with
pay to spend out-of-doors. Now it is
widely followed by other stores.
Store Open Tuesday, 9 to 5.
FOURTEENTH STREET Gri?btUbU 1627 WEST OP FIFTH AVF
A WORD TO SUMMER VISITORS
GIFTS to take back home to your family
and friends may be tastefully and inex?
pensively chosen from our great assort?
ments, including many rare and beauti?
ful foreign things of Hearn importation.
I. Better selection here because, unlike most stores, we
do not take stock until August 31st, and meantime
our large Assortments ar3 fully maintained.
II. Now while others are taking stock and shortening
assortments' ff ! ? R~N buyers are instructed to buy
new merchandise for cash wherever market conditions
hold out special advantages, which we pass on to
our customers in the way of money-saving values.
The Following for Both Tuesday and Wednesday
Close Out Purchases of
Two Manufacturers9 Surplus Stocks
for Women and Children
Two noted manufacturers whose stock taking occurs in July offered us
their surplus at great price concessions. Finding that qualities were
up to Hearn standards and that quantities were equal to our require?
ments, we purchased these lots at extraordinary savings.
In order to make sure that these values are the best this season,
we have compared our prices with those in other stores and are
free to state that you will not find their equal for savings any?
We have selected from the lot ten representative items featured
below for Tuesday and Wednesday. Besides these are a host of
others just as good.
Extra Size? included.
Nainsook and Crepe?white and flesh?fancy laces, embroideries, medallions, ribbons or
fancy stitching?well made and sewn.
Extra Sizes included.
Women's Modesty Drawers
Regularly $1.38 and $1.68 ,
May really be worn as drawers and skirt
in one?trimmed with fancy laces and
Fine Nainsook?round neck?trimmed
front and back?fine embroideries^ fancy
lace and medallions.
ed hem and six fine tucks
or lace edge?ruffle and
Round, V or square neck?
neat embroideries or lace
and inserts?several ex?
Women's Bloomers and Stepins
Pink Nainsook or plain and figured crepe.
Ruffle of good embroidery
Women's Bloomers and Stepins
Nainsook or Crepe?plain or figured.
Cool, dainty assortments
iceable and comfortable for Summer
Children's Batiste Slips?lace and
broidery?sizes 6 to 16 years?
Children's Cambric Night Drawers?low
neck and short sleeves?sizes 1 to 10
years?were $1.38. .87
Children's Cambric Drawers?with em?
broidery trimming and tucks?sizes 1
to-12 years?were .68 and .78.. .41
Children's Lingerie Slips?with elaborate
yokes of lace medallions, edging and
inserting?6 to 16 years?
Children's Batiste and Crepe Bloomers?
were $1.38 and $1.48. .97
Children's Muslin Drawers?hemstitched
hem and tucks?1 to 10 years?
were .38.,. m\g
Japanese Blue Print
Table Covers, Scarfs
The cool simplicity, pretty color and decorative design
give charm to any .Summer table. The special price
reductions of thic sale enable you to purchase at Values
greatly below the worth of these attractive pieces.
Table Cover*? ! Size 72x72?were $2.17 . . 1.64
Size 48x48?were $1.07.. .78
Size 54x54?were $1.44..1.14
Size 60x60?were $1.67. .1.34
17x54 in.?were .54.... .38
were .00 dosen.70
brought this exceptional
Special Purchase?be sure
you get the benefit of it?
buy now for future needs.
Cool Frocks for Warm, Sunshiny Play Days
Little Tots' Tub Dresses
Gingham and Chambray Dresses in Empire and belted
styles, some with bloomers, and prettily trimmed with
contrasting color. Sizes to 6 years.
Little Tots' Fine White Dresses?yoke, Empire and belted
models?collars and embroidery trimming.
Sizes to 6 years." Were $2.34. 1.58
Young Men's Suits
Broken assortments of suits, including best models in
cheviots, cassimeres, Palm Beach suitings; mohairs
were $9.74. 5.50 I were $16.50. 9.50
were $12.50. 7.50 I were $184.108.40.206
Boys' Wool Suits?gray, brown, green and homespuns and
cheviots?single breasted models with yoke back and
inverted pleats?some with extra trousers.
8 to 17 yrs. Were $10.50,
Misses' or Girls' SMOCKS
Picturesque styles in blue, rose and white with fancy
stitching in contrasting colors?and embroidery.
14 to 20 years.
Prices Greatly Beloic Value
Were $7.00 Yard 3.65
Were $5.75 Yard.. 2.75
These ribbons are a veritable inspiration for fashion?
ing all sorts of lovely things for yourself or your
house or for gifts. Hats, girdles, vestees and dress
panels, bags, cushions and what-not may be made for
a song, and look just as though they came from Paris.
Velvet flowers in various colored satin grounds, all velvet
ribbons, roman stripes crossing a gold underweave, metallic
gold and silver brocade on black or blue grounds are some
of the lovely ribbons this price will buy for you.
MORNING SPECIALS-?Tuesday and Wednesday, Until 1 P. M.
1 o prevent tlea'eis biiving, quantifie* restricted. No Mwl or T>*lrphor>c Ordrr?.
$5.97 Satin Nightdresses.2.95
In flesh and white, slightly soiled
tailored and lacs trimmed styles.
SILK UNDERWEAR?SECOND FLOOR.
$3.18-$3.48 Step-in Drawers..... .2.47
Crepe de chine, satin, radium silk,
in flesh?tailored and lace trimmed
$2.75 Cretonne Curtains.97
With center valance?twenty styles
Values That Emphasize H g-A-.r% 'S Reputation
for f |
The increasing demand and interest in yard goods sets like a current
toward this store so famous for nearly a century for its great assortments
and low prices in fine materials.
The important drop in the wholesale market has enabled us to buy fabrics
of greater beauty and variety at lower prices than has been possible for a
The following specially featured items are examples of the scope, fashion,
quality and economy of Hearn yard goods :
New Summertime Weaves
39-inch Crepe de Chines?smart colored
stripes in various styles and colors?will
launder perfectly?were $220.127.116.11
Odd Lot of Fancy Canton Crepes and
were $2.45 and $2.95.?....1.95
natural color.Special .97
36 and 40 inch Georgette Crepes?large as?
sortment of staple and fancy colors?you
will be able to find just the one you want?
Fancy Poplins?yard wide?
smart colors.. .?......... 1.25
Smart Summer skirtings.
48-inch All-Wool Cream Serges?
if-inch All-Wool Cream Yachting,
Flannels?firm, good wearing quality?
More fashionable than in many years.
Handkerchief Linens?44 inches wide?
Apace with the Vogue of All White
40-inch French Chiffon Voiles?
40-inch French Chiffon Voiles?
44-inch Voiles?were .60.?....??.. .48
45-inch Imported Organdies
45-inch Imported Organdies?
were .80. .68
40-inch Organdies?were .58.mm .38
36-inch Skirting Gabardines?novelty and
plain?2 Va yards makes smart sports
Hearn's Goodwear Poplin?
36-inch Check and Stripe Novelties?
of voiles and lawns.Special .24
Unrivalled values from the Largest Wash Fabrics Department in the
Fancy Voiles .35
Were .45 and .53
A most unusual value?conventional and Art Nouveau patterns on
light, medium and dark grounds.
Another Shipment of Organdies?all the season's favored colors and also
the staple shades. Specially priced at from, yard. a25 *? 1.00
Other Bargains from the Wash Goods Section
Dress Ginghams?stripes, checks, plaids and
plain colors?were .30. 21
Genuine Khaki Cloth?famous for its fine wear?
ing quality?unexcelled for rough and tumble
Imported Shirting Madras?white grounds?
various colored stripes?were .57. ...... .28
IMPORTED DOTTED SWISSES?white with self and contrasting dots
colored grounds with self dots?were $1.47.
Imported Scotch Ginghams?splendid range of
plaids in the smartest color combinations_
were .75-. 4g
$].; omen's Tailored Blouses..1.12
Y. ; . ?s ?-mart; tub fabrics, in
whitsi and dainty colors.
Women's Fine Lisle and
Cotton Union Suits
loose or tight knee??
Regalar sizes?were .97..... .77
Extra sizes?were $1.07. .87
KNIT UNDERWEAR?MAIN FLOOR.
New Feather Pillows
20x28?were $1.02. .77
21x28?were $>1.17 .90
$ 1.98 Spreads .3.37
9te Lawn Dressing Sacques.7ti
Pretty figured pattern:?, with and
without collars?sizes 36 to 52.
20.- Cotton Toweling?.
All white and blue borders
37 ct. New Cretonnes.19
4,000 yds.?36 ins. wide?chintz and
. . .12'/2
$1.24 Little Tots' Rompers
To 6 yrs.?colored chambray and
BABIES' DRESSES?SECOND FLOOR.
10-yard piece?for dainty under?
wear and infants' slips.
WHITE GOODS?MAIN FLOOR.
S5c Crinkle Crepes?Yard.26
Many dainty styles and colorings.
WASH DRESS FABRICS?BASEMENT.
57c Silk Mixed Pongees.38
35-inch?all leadings colors.
WASH DRESS FABRICS?BASEMENT.
38c Women's Mercerized Hose.27
Burson make?regular size and
some out size?rib top cotton?sec?
onds of 50 ct. quality.
21c Unbleached Muslins.13
$1.45 Women's Silk Hose.1.14
Black and cordovan?all sizes?
thread silk?mock seam,
SILK HOSIERY?MAIN FLOOR.
$1-97 Costume Serges.1.30
Copenhagen, brown, navy blue?
54-inch?sponged and shrunk.
DRESS GOODS?MAIN FLOOR.
$2.45 Charmeuses .1.87
40-inch?bright satin face?street
and evening colors; also black.
Models in blue, pink, brown, navy and lavender,
with iarge shawl collar and vestee of white organdy
with Vandyke edging. Sash of self material piped
Sizes 36 to 46.
Box?loom Crepe Kimonos
Quite the prettiest kimonos for travel or home
wear are these models of serviceable box-loom
crepe. They are trimmed elaborately with de?
sign of ruchings and silk fruit. Colors are rose,
Copen, light blue, lavender and wistaria.
A variety of effective styles
without which no Summer
coiffure is complete.
Combs are artistically set
with colored stones to
match your costume
of Cool, Crisp Organdy
and colored?were .47 yd .32
Organdy Dress Flouncing?
with four rows of ruf flings?
40 inch?were $1.84.. 1.32