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We have weeded out and ticketed with
reel tickets a whole lot of good shoes of lines
where we have not a full assortment of
sizes and'lines which we cannot rebuy, at
prices which ought to make them move at
season. Every customer who bought Perfection waists was pleased.
White lawn and linen, beautifully embroidered, well made, best
fitting garments in America, prices from
We have the finest seclection of this famous line, now open for your inspection.
$1.00, 1,25, 1.50,1.75, 2.00 and up.
The prices quoted above are at least 25 per cent less than you have
paid for anything similar before.
TAILORED IN THE CELEBRATED
WORKSHOP QJT WORTH
We investigated the claim and found it to be correct. We placed our order and were suprised at the splendid values we
received. The entire stock was cleaned up and we did not have more than two or three waists left at the end of the
Special Spring Bargains
There has never been a season when we|have had a better assortment of high class goods to offer to our
customers. Special attention is called to our SKIRT and WAIST departments. Without seeming to boast,
we are convinced that we have better values to offer than any competitor in the valley. The Alexander Black
"WORTH SKIRTS" are exclusive in design, best workmanship, hang and fit perfectly. Our reputation for
carrying the best line of skirts is not confined to Warren alone, but extends all over the north end of the valley,
The WORTH SKIRTS are priced from $5.00 and up, depending on the material and make of the garments.
Every woman is interested in shirtwaists. We wish to say just a little about our line. Two years ago we received
a tip from a reliable source that the PERFFCTION SHIRT WAIST was by far the best on the market for the money.
The line contains a large number of styles in the popular "Peter
Pan" designs, with negligee, collars and made without collars as
well to fit laundered collars.
A beautiful lawn waist, heavily embroidered three rows in
front, easily worth $2.50, the special price (1J1 7
We desire th&i the ladies look at this line. We cannot say to
much for it and firmly believe that your judgment will be the same.