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What About Your Summer Frocks! ! If tou have not bought them, call and see the Dainty Wa«h Fabrics being offered at big savings on former prices. Even if you have already made your purchases you will be tempted to make more when you see the value we are offering. PRICES! DOWN! PRICES! Overstocked Lines. New Goods. Special Savings. A Great Summer Opportunity FOR YOU. OTTOMAN CLOTHS, 80in wide; in Saxe, Purple, Reseda, Vieux Rose, Green, Amethyst, and Black. Usuallv 2/3. Now 1/6. MERCERISED TAFFETAS, with neat self-corded stripe; a nice soft material; in good shades of Grey, Saxe, Reseda, Navy, and Sky j 28in wide. Usual price, 1/3. Now 10Jd. CREAM DELAINE, All Wool; 28in wide. Very special value. Usual price, 1/11. Now 1/ yard. SPIRAL POPLINS, 40in wide ja. very lustrous material; in Saxe, Vieux Rose, Purple, and Reseda. Usual price, 2/11. Now 1/3 yard. WHITE SWISS ROBE MUSLIN, 48in wide. Usual price. 1/11. Now 1/3 yard. JAPANESE CREPES, speoial value, 80in wide: in new shades of Pink, Vieux Rose, Navy. Grey, Reel, Skv, T3T.i:- r,:— l± o.„ t>™j„ rr { __i co> llid Now Bjd. WHITE FOR PATTERNS. WRITE FOR PATTERNS. D.LC - Dunedin New Goods Spring Bhaveopenedeiß.E". Opawa and Corinthio all the Latest Novelties in Gentlemen's wear. We invite inspeotion of CHRISTY'S Hard and Soft FELT HATS in the Latest SHAPES, also the NEWEST in STRAWS. Our Stock is replete with NECKWEAR. Onr goods Look Well, Fit Well, and "Wear Well, TAYLOR'S CITY HATONEUM, . 199 Rfcttray Strife

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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