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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1925)
FRIDAY MORNING.-FEBRUARY 27 1925?
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TUesNew Basement "Store WUkljTte
Goods Notions, Novelties 'All
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EXTRA! EXTRA! li
f And la time. for onr Opening: Sale comes yards! and yards!
and yards of fresh new piece goods for, spring and summer
dresses, underwear, etc ,
j -Mill Ends or shortlengths of standard fabrics that are
by-words In eYery household. h
36-inch fast color Indian Head Suiting?
36-Inch Rumson's fine percales t .'.
All linea Stevens crash toweling .......
36-inch Toiles, newest shades .'. . . . . . . . .
36-Inch zephyr stripe lingerie charmeuse
36-lnch Anderson's Ming Ting crepes ..
36-inch fast color plain suitings
, . .33c yd.
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. ... .15c, yd.;
,.'.. .20c yd. ;
X '. . .49e yd. "
.'. i. .69c yd.-'
and'many other like bargains
1100 Yards New Silksi
98c Yd. I
Sport Satins Brocade Crepes Radiums
Sport Prints Charmeuse Changeable Taffetas
Canton Crepes Failles Messalines ?
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For this opening, we're arranged to show the newest
'spring hats at prices that are within reach of ereryone.
It's time to buy new spring xnillinery--especIaUy at these
'low prices. ... i
New( straws, taffetas and
, combinations -Will ' be found -in
this lot with . the rery
newest , trims of flowers 1'
ribbons' and silk motifs
new shades are offered in
pastel ' and bright hues.
k Every one
a ,'new spring
All new spring hats In
straws and silks with new-
' est trimmings, an exception
al range priced exception
ally low. See these Saturday.
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A new department featuring everything for home mak-
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v New julor straw braids, 10 yards. ,05c bolt
.New Buckram frames '.'.; .'.Cl5
; New un trimmed straw shapes t ... j .... . .$1.05
v New-flowers, feathers, wreaths. . . i .23c and up
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Women's Silk Hosiery
'! 89c Pair 1
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New shades such as beige, blush, bearer, cinnamon, tan,
grey, also black and brown all sizes. . j
5c Each ' j
New to lies and woven border cottons In qualities tar
V .. v above the regular 5c . klnd. i ; . .
Buy them by the dozen', I: '
Buster Boy Blouses j
Fine Percales in light with fine stripes, also khaki colors,
tor everyday wear all sizes.
Plain and Brocaded Corsets
These are durably made of pink coutil, all siies In the lot.
Brassieres made ot coutil in flesh color ; at 23e each.
-Women's spring and. summer anion suits in bodice-ind
.tailored tops at 50c
Good quality fine knit vests at 25c each.
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Our buyers thoroughly searched the New York. mar ketsobtaining bargains in ready-to-wear that far sur
passed our expectations. Wonderful fabrics and fashions.'". All priced so low that everyone can afford to indulge
in them. Look them over, examine them closely, then compare- them with catalog prices We positively know we -
can save you money. .fin
NEW SPRING COATS
f ' :$!0.00: r
The new spring tans are here in. the newest straight line
effects. ' A slight trim of buttons' or braid is the only trim
ming on these smart models. Try them on note their fine
NEW SPRING COATS i'
At this price we show an exceptional line of new spring
coats. One may choose the very latest tan or perhaps a soft
grey, handsomely fashioned of woolly fabrics In plain " andT
self or black plaids.' To see them is to want them. j
NEW SUSPENDER SKIRTS
The. new suspender skirts will Interest the school girl, for
they are "It", in the fashion world. These are plain or plaids,
., In ereft woolens. See them Saturday! '
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'i " - ONE LOT OE WOOL DRESSES V
By far the best bargain we've been able to find in dresses.
Fine silks' and woolens in this big lot priced so low that your
early attention is suggested. ; (AH good styles). . ,
Very smartly fashioned of plain suitings', these come in all .
-the lovely colorings for the new season. Unexcelled for spring
uu ouuiwci wi, w greens, new oiues, new tans, ail are
here at this low price.
NEW SPRING DRESSES
' - $10.00 s .Q;Y.7" 7 -
Our range of dresses at this price takes in a wide-variety
of fabrics in silks and woolens such as Crepes, Crepe Satin,
Repp, Canton, Taffeta, Twill, ,Serge, tc-. -.New ; shades of tan, -rust,a
green, blue, grey, also navy and black (Some party
frock's In this lot). . " " u . - v. "
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NEW SPRING DRESSES .
Mostly silks in the new shades of rust, henna, and flesh
beige; etc. Direct from large fashion centers these show the
new tunics, circular flounces, godets, etc. Also in this lot a
fine showing of navy wool twills and serges.
NEW KNIFE PLEATED SKIRTS
A new shipment of tan knifepleated granite skirts. Very
smart and always in good taste. These come in the new short 1
lengths every size will be found here. 41 " ' "
NEW1TUB FROCKS' ...
Fast color ginghims with lace, embroidery' and "piQue trim
mings. New greens, orchids and rose are included.
GINGHAM HOUSE DRESSES
' " 88c -
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These at 88e should attract the thrifty housewife, for ging
ham frocks are not usually sold at this price. Quite a range
of colors from which to choose. All sizes.
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: Saturday, February 28thi will be Grand Openii Day for our enlarged N(
square feet of floor space will be devoted to this urerpriced merchandising ur
keeping it stocked with freshest new merchandise abe found in the big marl
ed from' New York last week? after having spent six Weeks combing the marls (
"Cash in hand" "quantity purchases" and the abiliy to make quick decision
ing this large stock at such low prices! Saturday Te will prove our contentic
bought, is half sold." - We invite you to come with the expectation of gcttir.
we'll not disappoint you. Remember this, EVERY TRANSACTION 3IUST S
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Beginning Saturday, Feb.
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5,500 Pieces of Merchandiss !
Most every family in Marion, Polk, Linn and Yr.r.,
hill counties will be interested in this SAMPLE SALi:
The merchandise offered coders a wide range of we a
ables, and is the salesmen's samples from a larg-e v, t :
known jobbing institution. In this showing of sample
you can outfit yourself andfamily in underwear, ho
iery, furnishings, dresses, tiddies, sleepwcar, bed fur
nishings, notions, jewelry 10 velties, purses, etc., r;t
one-third to one-half savin?! Nearly all sizes in tl.
immense sale. Men's sizes 34 to 42; women's siz
36 to 44; infants and children's sizes, 6 months cr.J u;
Our display tables tell the story complete. Coma c ::rl
It Will Pay You to Come a Bisi
Savings Will Pay Your Exp 2:
Doubt, Waes Bssi
Men's Knit Underwear
Men's .Nainsook Underwear
Men's Cotton Hosiery
Men's Silk Hosiery
Men's Wool Hosiery
Men's Wool Sweaters
Men's Suspenders' .
Boys Knit Underwear
Boys' Nainsook Underwear
Boys' Knit Underwaist
Boys' Drees Blouses'
Boys' School Blouses
Boys Cotton Stockings
Boys' Wool Stockings
Boys' Neckties '
Miscellany Pillow Slips
Miscellany Table Runners
Miscellany Notions 1
Miscellany Jewelry '
Miscellany-; Trimmings I
Miscellany Sewing Sun
Miscellany Leather Goods
Women's Knit Underw
Women's Nainsook U
Women's Silk Undr rw, .
Women's Silk Sweaters
jvomen's Wool Sweater
f.Vomen's Wool Scarfs
Women's Silk Scarf 3
Women's Cotton II: v
Women's Silk IIcsLry
Women's Wool lie ' rj
Women's House Drc
Women's IIcu-j Ajr:. ;
Women's Blou?: i
Women's Kio-t C :