Orrville Courier Crescent, March 29, 1929

Orrville Courier Crescent

March 29, 1929

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Issue date: Friday, March 29, 1929

Pages available: 8

Previous edition: Tuesday, March 26, 1929

Next edition: Tuesday, April 2, 1929

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Publication name: Orrville Courier Crescent

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Orrville Courier Crescent (Newspaper) - March 29, 1929, Orrville, Ohio R!ea<?hed and Unbleached Muslin ....... l'oli iiM k vvui'ih ii»<v Japanese Bath Rdom Rusr^ Large size. Worth $1.50. Special 79e each mé AMARCH 25th to 30th Inclusive .'»•■r -A Complete Showing of Spring Fashions in Which Is Revealed Every Dominant Fashion NoteYOU ARE INVITED S^f before in ail the iyearfe of our M we able offer values such as these tha;t go on sale this Tuesday^ lastir\g^tl^oughouf the week Groups of at and You wift wonder how it can br done. Coats worth $15 to $22.50. il-LàrgejShipments of New Dresses are Here for Easter At tlie Mòst Réittarkably Low Prices on Record.Dresses Grouped at $4 98, $9.a5 and $14.95 \ Rogulariy selling at $7.50 to $22.50. / Our resident New York buyer at 455 SeventH Àve^ known to the retail trade as the country's busiest shopping center, states'ifi a letter "the Jarge lot of dresses we shipped to you for your ope is one of the most outs^nding this organization was ever »ble to 'distribute amongst its hundreds of retail merchants scattered throughout the-four corners of America."" The letter also reads, "tell the trade that nowhere, may it be a town of one thousand or a city of a million, will there be mere elaborate looking dresses i/resses mclude rial crepes, primed crepes, georg- shown at tnese exceedingly low prices, ettes, ensembles, etc.Beauty Maid, High Class»<i BloomflcW ____Dresses, which this »tore has featured for year; Priced Special at $19.75. $25, $29.50 OPENING SPECIALS To follow our usual worth w4ul event. In looking over our records we find that our Style Show Week sales exceed any sales week in the year. custom, we shall again make it the-stor^ajyear's greatest sellinpr LOT ONE y .A. B. C.English Prints Full 36"ifiches wide Selling regularly to 35c yd. Special25c per yard LOT TWO Odd Lot of Figured Rayon Dress Fabrips Full 36 inches wide. Regularly sold to $1.25. Special 39c per yard ACCESSORIES Kayser Silk Gloves, Kid Gloves, ^ Beaded Necklaces, Neckwear, Fancy Dress Ornaments Hand Bags Coat and Dross Flowers, etc. All specially priced. LOT THREECurtain iGrOods For kitchen^ bedroom, etc. Worth 15c. SpeciallOc per yard LOT FOUR Fancy, Ruffled Bedroom Curtains Worth $1.50. Special - 89c per pair LOT FIVE 36 and 40 Inch Wm. Anderson's .Figured Dimities, Figured Batistes and Figured Voiles Guaranteed fast cplors. Selling regularly at 50c a yard.Special 39c peTTard ^ LOT SIX ^One Case of Bleached Pure Linen Toweling . With new colored borders, blue, rose, green and vellow ULegularly selling at 25cSpecial 5 yards for $1.00 While you are here be sure to inspect our very excellent line of New SsAg Hosiery which can b^fad in all the smart fashionable shades for the season. Spe-cial attention is called to our, Kajrser- and Phoenix line at " 98c to Per Pair ;