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Clothing “Ladies’ Suitings” in green, grey and brown, of heavy tweed, usually sold for seventy-five cents per yard. One autumn’s sale price was forty cents. Ladies’ fall and winter overcoats, of tweed and other fabrics, usually sold for eight to twenty dollars each but were on sale at a third off the usual price. Raincoats for the fairer gender were on sale for up to thirteen dollars apiece. Ladies’ dresses featuring Serges, Prnamas and heavy Corduroys were available for up to ten dollars. Beautiful dresses are on display in the Millinery within the Beere Exhibition Hall.