The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1930 · Page 7
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 11, 1930
Page 7
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I', K l~ ' ' I ' -JtnesDAY, FEBRUARY 11, isso THE IJAILY COtJRim, cbLOB, 'FA. PAGES SEVEN, SPECIAL GROUP PURCHASES 4 DAYS-WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY t FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Shop tomorrow--Be here early! Shop evsry day--and ^.ive and savtf. - - ' - Ifl ' · SPECIAL From 8s80 to 11 A. M. KOTEX Sanitary Napkins 25c Floor) ··HI (Nelson's---3rd MOBNINCt SPECIAL From 8:30 to It A. M. Coty's FACE PONDER 66c i (Nelson's--3rd Floor) MOBNIWt* SPECIAL From 8:30 to 11 A. M. " Be Classic WORK SOAP Nolson's--Main Floor) You Will Be Here If You Know Hosiery Bargains The Biggest Dollar Values Anywhere verybody's £t6re 121 N. Pittsburgh St. Fashion's Cleverest New Spring Hat Stria ATS -- Felt Combinations Two Price Groups \. V jut that wil.1 be long TemetoboVed by in who attend this 'sale tomorrow, , A thousand h) ijid new hints suitable for, 1 wear -now «nl tn the Spi IUK · · · They firj rwl values . , , with their loudhe.'i )t at 1 aw combined with felt, solid i 'strawfi and ivDVtiilties. ' ' ' ; i-^Sniiff-fltting t jtyle* young "syotnen Ukfl . , , Gopue! fvatlro styles tor \ '%ur *r , - - ^ - - ~--"Otis--L.oveJy greens, blues, I ^^···1 tanu arid trowwa, brilliant alijo much lilach. i NpTK-^Sm '^l^^k , ^OIQll IJlU) (tt* ^9 tOt£\ tor wonwn. '**^ WWi * *"'^' tanij aitd I J I T N E Y S H I R T §ALE; HUMMINGBIRD LA RESSE GOLDEN GLOW SILVER STAR Evexy Pair 100% Perfect. · Jrokfjn sizes in eve: 'irantl, but ail si?et5 a ·velf represented fr6i ' : . to 10. Wn urge you to sho|p early as quantitioa arc -Itautcd, About one thousand pair will b dijjjtosed of a,t this sensational low'price--For your-convenience'' we've arranged 4 large tables, one sixe, assorted brands a i- shades to each table. r t Men they're topnotcUersf--"JVliat values! Her* *s the idea'--'pay the regular price-|2.9.' for one--and thea piipk' out another one for . ,,_. , , ,,',. i - ' Ren: singer you're not buying Dollar and a half shirts or two dollar shtrtH, bxibregular $£,,!) · high grade collare, attached'or.necX- , ^an* Hhlrts--only "we "give you ojne extoii J,.«- mofiher f t t c k e l , ' f ' | · + ^ 3 A(X»wt Six Hundiredi Dress Shirts ' Bra, id mew, crisp and cloani fnli cut, tail- orot, onie Jumdred' per cent perfect, shirts that fit and stay fit. When you see them you' 1 KNOW THEY'RE! RJj)Al VALUES-All i2eis» too. Fehrn iry Uudersellinjf Sale Up to $30.00 j 7 ufr Trimmed Oaly I ' Garments In This Lot You · B*st nrty I Tears, $10 (N Bison's -- 2nd "Floor) Fefonwry 'DnderseHIng Sale Up to ,^60.00 High- Grade, iFur Trimmed C O A T S Fne Coate--Out Th*y Go at Only (Nelson's--2nd Floor) You See Them Everywhere from $12.50 to $14.50 At Nelson's You Can Purchase Them at $8.95 I) ew it's and Boys' Department JV§ am Floor-- Are Going the Limit for Bargains Union Suits n'S Winter 2 for$|.75 A Great UnderseMing Sale Special! New! NEW! New! ; Dresses that show the new Important style details ·-- Dresses that aro closely cc,pied after expensive and im- portod models--in fact styl- it)gs that are nothing she/rt · ol' marvolous at this price: $8,95 -- $8.05--$8.95---$8.95 At Nelson's Every one brand new -We've gone the limit! We've set outselvcs for new uncords in value giving--You are tho Judge. We'vo bought plenty; selected only tho most outstanding inodejs and the finest fabrics. Sizes for all. Regular $1.00 an«i $1.25 ··Men's heavy weight, elastic ribbed, winter union, suiti^--pern or random--long ' sleeves,- ·ankle length. Sizes to 46. . . Chir chilia Cc ats Siitos 2 to 4. ' Itegulur $5 Value $8.05 3.95--$8.»5~ip (No' son's) Boys' Wool Sweaters All Sizes .(Nelson's) Men's $1.50 Overalls or (Nelson's) Men's to $2.95 Work Trousers $1.73 (Nelson's) Underselling Sale Men's89c WORK SHIRTS 5 -av7 / ' b\w . cha i«5uil. AH stz.cs double Underselling ;·}«!« Lunch Kits and Vacuum Bottle 99c All tne'tnl lunch kit and pint botlU\ complete." (Molsou'.s---l^irst .'loon Underselling Sale Leather Palm GLOVES Heavy leather palm, work gfvvca, t n r d .Icnit .Wrist, . . . · ... .-. (N'eisou'a--Ptrst . Floor.)'.·· Undersellliag Sale Boy» y TROUSERS School kaiclcers -its dark sorvlca- · able patterns.'.Sixes lo '.17. "'"· 's--First Floor) Underselling .Sale- Close Out HOUSE FROCKS C ar up to $.1.9G zt'ss. ·; ··· ·· · · · · · ' ; -··'·'· '· (Kolson's--First Floor.) Sale Women's $1.00 FLANNEL GO\VNS 51 c Good iiiuvl I ly s.t riK«4. tlamieli -.tte--· ("Nelson's---P;irst Floor) . 15chne Fashion By Grace Jewels An ftC» ''Three K's' 1 may lay Hife for a solid education, but U t« *· proper «tndy of "Three -0V thfet determine* what (iejjfeo o* fasbiorx a woman Illustrates in h«r f*rt. 'These-three 0**; in Dame Fashion'* mind, are Chic, Charm on*- Cub. P e r h a p * ·om* on6 would b« In 1 ' cllnSrtl to r*t« Om»h flrst, bnt after all, Grace J.-Aimtlh there are way» to malte small cnsli function no w«ii .Its effects may quite equal large "Chic" Jumped over to America from 'Paris-land, and even If uonoetlKie* pronounced I Eke a cue-day chick, over here, Ju yet becoming recosnlMd M ft definite clothes quality. Charm, after all, probably, deatrrcih the first place. This lg the quality which has ttlwaya been a' factor with the story fjook harolne, whether nil's wears a milkmaid'* gown, or tin artist's paint-spattered nnaoclt. The dean of women at a Inrjfe unl»*n»Ity recently declared, "Charm Is on« of the main essentials to a succwwful Career for a woman,'whether her pro- · fesslon IsnAa har into a horn* of her own, a life of social-contact only, t a bnolncss venture." Then she goes on to *ny, atftj all .business 1 ' and professional women cnn: 'take notice, "It. Is e»Umated that a 1 · woman's charm 18 recponstblc for 90 per cent of her bastlneea coattcls, though her efficiency muit ROOD manifest Itself." So Ito buying hat, gown, shoes--any article of .wearing apparel, be sure In yonr mind to rim orer the "Thi'ee GV--and think wqe», dally about Ifcat matter of adding to · yonr charm. - 'So fur 88 barn* Fashion «*n observe or prophecy, the same rale fields In the spring that was food earlier-for gowns to be from four to six inches below tho knee, No French designer seems to wish to ma lr« afreet sweepers from his models. Kne«i-- .always a doubtfully: beautiful part of! ;Uie nnntomy-rlmve' tanisHed, and no one much mourns their disappearance. Small designs ID. flowered goods are th evidence--and how;' engaging thoac, little botdres and Eton jacket* wet, They see'm, somehow, to give a reason for the higher'- waistline. For tfaere could no more be a long and flopping; Eton jacket- than tbero could bo' found a loose and flapping coat on it' .West Point cadet Dame Fashion had certainly a good* broad smile when she heard that there is a possibility of a revival, of the, sailor hat! Buck in th« days so long gone when she »w» In boarding school,.if anyone cad asked the flutn- T)er of ffirls, attending, and. the number of eailor hats In the dormitory hnll, the two numbers would have matched exactly. There bare been plenty of sporadic sailor hat days Eince, but none like the nineties, when the sailor hat was uniform, wear for simple outdoor occasions. But the sailor hat called fttr a bat' pin. And how sad It would be to have; to go back to. those detestable «plkcs! Perhaps this clever age will Invent a; pneumatic fastening, Jtor without, ;somcthlng of t'he kind tins p«8«ot-day: ^htghwayfi may blossom. llk« the rosei-.- .wtth blown-off sailor hats from Crumble seat and open CBL*. (ffi. !»», W'Bste«Ncw»»*p«r !·*··,» Daytime Outfit of Tan Cloth Coat, Fur CoDw At a recent New York style »h«w art Intcrefittnfl daytime outfit consisted' of a tan cloth coat with fox fur col- )ar, a brown etraw hat and choec of brown kid. Not All Black The black dress that Is not all black! but has Q . lace yoke, lace bodied, a^ silver or gold lame yoke and sleeves' "of some other contrasting touch in new and stylish In this elegaut Now Order Your SPRING SUIT Entire Stock Reduced 10% of Feb. 8 to 15. 133 Hmith

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