Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 31, 1933 · Page 9
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Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa · Page 9

Ames, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1933
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THURSDAY, AUG. 31, 1933. BUY BETTER IN AME9 ;j "...Another Reason Why I'm Going BACK - to - SCHOOL W earing a Grin (Written by one of the boys) 9t $1.95 1 just got the kind of Tweater I've always /anted. So wooly ... ^ l»«t I won't need to •wear a coat' 'til Xrnas! And when the fellows »ee the classy color, arey with red (the browns, greens and blues Were peachy, too) they'll be jealous as the deuce. Mum said it wasn't at "all expensive" and kind of grinned, too! |p "...Another Reason Why I'nf^Gomg. BACK- to - SCHOOL, Wearing a Grin' (Written by one of the boys) 79c Kaynee Blouses are going up in price, Mother says. That's why she's going down to Tilden's to buy me six new ones tomorrow . . . Kaytiee Blouses are the only kind she lets me wear now. We tried some cheaper ones, but they don't fit good and they wear out too fast. : . : j "...Another Reason Why I'm Going BACK - to - SCHOOL W earing a Grin" (Written by one of the boys) >:::S Mother's going to get me a pair of fjlsf knickers when she gets the blouses. I saw the kind I want at Tilden's the other day. They're all-wool Tweeds just like college men are buying and they have knitted cuff bottom;? the man said would never get stretchy. Big pockets too. Mom said $1.95 was almost a dollar less than they were somewhere else, and the man said that if they had to buy more now Tilden's would have to get more lor them too. OUR PRICE POLICY Tilden's is playing fair. As prices continue to rise, ours must advance or we will be forced out of business shortly. But we will not raise prices until market conditions force us to do so, and then no more than a fair increase based on our increased costs. Give Them Clothes •They'll Be Proud to Wear I Any child will be careless of CHEAP clothes. It's more economical to buy good ones aside from the fact that a few cents more often buys twice as good material m children s clothes. Children take care of things they like. They are careful of clothes worth caring for. : S& '-SSJ* ^e'i'.ftrioes are still so low, fe the year to start your children to school with Tuden^Juahty; clothes.;, : '. . ; ,; ; - ' , COTT Especially Designed for the Junior Miss! AYS - • -WOOL FOR COOL It's only,'a -matter of a few minutes and a surprisingly few dollars to outfit daughter 7 to 16 years for school on our 2nd floor. We suggest that you choose several of the new cotton dresses and at least one sweater and Tskirt outfit. All are priced now below replacement coat. New Cotton Dresses Fast oolofrage*- 7 to .16^ears. New Wool Skirts 98c Just like Mg sister's, agea 7 to 14 lyeara, . . $1.79 School-girl Prints At ,last, prlntpd cottons especially designed for younger girls — Schoolgirl Prints. If you've been wondering where to find clever, original fabrics for your young daughter's school wardrobe, see our collection of School-girl Prints . . . They're fast color, with a new permanent finish. YD. New Sweaters In lovely colors and", new neck-Hnea. $1.98 BACK to BOOKS Witt, BAGS That Can Take Punishment! Our Fall Sale LONG TROUSERS for Boys and Young Men $1.95 and $2.95 Young men's models exclusively in this sale—-22- inch bottoms, wide waist-bands, patterns and fabrics chosen especially for the young fellow who likes to get some ftm out of hJa clothes. Well made, of course—at Tilden's. And lots of them to choose from. Get yours this week. Men's Store Stout fellows, these heavy canvas rubber bags that can take all sorts of school- day and after- school punishment . . . and yet survive for the Graduation t Fitted with 5 tablets and a pencil jboxt heavy strap closing as illustrated $ in, blue, tan,, tereen or red. TILDEN'S "Dependable Since 1869"-,Ames

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