The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1934 Page: 3 of 8
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Style Reigns Supreme
—IN OUR READY-TO-WEAR SECTION
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—Even in our Wash Dress line of Virginia Hart and Georgians
Frocks at $1.95 and up through the entire line—including Silks
and Wool. -
The High Colors of Brick and Green are in vogue along with
black and brown. S ’
4 4 4 WASH FROCKS r„__ $2.95____$1.95 79c
4'4 4 SILK DRESSES____$9.95 $7.95 $5*95
4 4 4 WOOL DRESSES „ $9.95____$5.95____$3.95
In Ladies’ Hats. Smart hats echo your
personality. Our several dozen hats on
forms will' help you decide.
'•« 7%$* r
BRINGING YOU NOW RARE FALL OFFERINGS
-With all it means in savings in your purchase of choicest merchandise for the coming season.—This Annual Sale prepared for
rour benefit is Store-Wide—covering all departments. You will make substantial savings in dry goods, ready-to-wear, men’s wear,
and frompur many other departments*—It is with the utmost confidence in our prices and merchandise that we invite you to call-
today-and through-out the season—come. *
In Texas -
Quote below price* ‘*U|
which will Intcrcnt the .
ounding the Advance
FashiomNote for Fall.;
Expertly Fashioned By
Ladies’ Full Fashioned
Silk from top to toe.
IS Men’s Fast Color ^
Solid or Fancy.
Ideal Cham bray
Sheer Silk Hose por Xhe J- JQt&
WARM THINGS-LBEAUTIFUL THINGS
FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS. •
‘ You’ll Be Surprised
—to see the Quality and Beauty of those Hose.
They are Full-Fashioned, of Sheer Chiffon—Pure
Silk from top to toe. Colors to blend with shinies
Fall - --—— 50c
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Our shoWing of Cotton Materials is absolutely outstanding
for the Fall Season, beginning with Superb Cambric at s
19c per yard and including Heather Tweed, a cotton suit-
ing in plaids and stripes at 25c per yard. Kan-A-Wah, Crepe
in plaids and Rpman stripes at 35c per yard. Fife Crepe
in plaids and Roman stripes at per yard 39c. Nubbv
Weave Rayon and Cotton Suiting in plaids, Roman stripes
and Heather mixtures, at per yard_________________49c
Saxet; Suiting, in solid colors of navy, black, brown, red,
white and.-royal blue, at per yard _____________39c
Duralin—a pre-shrunk cotton suiting with the appear-
ance of linen in all the wanted Fall shades, per yard ^ 49c
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SSW YOUR OWN
Size 1 to 3
ITS EASY WITH A SIMPLICITY
ALL PATTERNS 15c
36-In. Our standard Nan-
nooK. Pure * bloaehed—
ROBUST WORK SHUTS
Note the quality «f the npater-
'iala, the well slewed on but-
ton*, the triple-stitched Mams, -1
- WORK GLOVES
showing a full line'of lion’s
Glovts, ranging down from
Dress *and Work Glovo* to
the well known drill cloth
glove*, at —I-----10o
iw inpie-»uu’n#u Mams,
the rein/or cod Veni dated arm
do. 12 fan holes, price 7*
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The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, October 19, 1934, newspaper, October 19, 1934; Comanche, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth889044/m1/3/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Comanche Public Library.