MRS L A CRISER
FINE MILLINERY AND NOTIONS - MAIN STREET

  The attractively arranged display of exquisite millinery to be seen at this establishment is now being sold at cost. Mrs Criser is already preparing for the fall opening, which will occur on or about Oct 1st. Patrons are therefore offered an opportunity impossible to duplicate, in obtaining the most stylish 1898 millinery creations at wholesale prices and less; although summer is but just arrived.
  It is fully realized that no maintain the high reputation attained during the past twelve years, by these parlors, stock cannot be carried over from season to season, and Mrs Criser is reducing prices to the lowest notch this early merely to provide against that contingency.
  As usual, a personal visit will be made to Baltimore by Mrs Criser and her daughter, Miss Clara, to inspect the fall shapes and styles and make purchases and patrons may expect the fall opening to be one of the most complete and perfect displays that has ever occurred in Keyser.
  Mrs Criser is assisted by her two daughters, the Misses Clara and Nellie, and Miss Etta Clary, thus insuring the prompt completion of all orders. An enviable distinction has been accorded this establishment in regard to taste and many of Keyser's best people feel satisfied to leave everything to Mrs Criser's judgment in millinery matters.
  The stock carried comprises notions besides millinery, and trimming of hats is a specialty. A visit to these parlors will easily demonstrate the claim made of offering unusual bargains in summer millinery.

TRANSCRIBED OCTOBER 27, 2001 BY PATTI MCDONALD

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