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Macy's 1908 Advertisement - Marvels of American Merchandising

R. H. Macy & Co.'s Attractions Are Their Low Prices

Broadway at Sixth Ave. & 34th Street to 35th Street NEW YORK

Apart from the splendid displays of merchandise in the ninety odd departments of this great store, visitors will find much of interest in the way of store conveniences -- Parlors, Writing Rooms, Public Telephones and one of the largest Restaurants in the world. Store hours-8 a. m. to 6 p.m.

Macy's Low Prices Are Marvels of American Merchandising

AS a straight line is the shortest distance between two points so a straight cash business is the shortest route from producer of merchandise to consumer.

For fifty years this has been a strictly cash store. For fifty years its underselling supremacy has been conceded.

Today it is the largest retail store under one roof— a store with 2412 acres of floor space, over 5,000 employes in the building and over 10,000 in the building and in the various manufacturing enterprises which serve as feeders for the Macy store.

These Macy enterprises produce more merchandise than is manufactured by the combined organizations of all the other department stores in New York City.

New Yorkers know the store, and appreciate the fairness of its system. The size of the store and the facilities for taking care of its patrons are evidences that they manifest their appreciation. Non-New Yorkers are like , New Yorkers in that respect once they visit this famous establishment.

The Macy Mail Order organization puts the Non-New Yorker and the New Yorker on a level in sharing Macy advantages. Catalogues mailed postpaid upon request.

R. H. MACY & CO., New York, N. Y.

CUNARD DAILY BULLETIN, R.M.S. "Etruria" Friday, September 11, 1908, Page 9

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