The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 23, 1918 · Page 8
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May 23, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PACK EIGHT. THE DAILY COUB.ILK, COIN J\ JjJ-iliS \ liiui... MAY 23, 19IS. _ Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend-- Save Them Oh-h-hiih Straws Those jaunty, stylish, serviceable sailors' Soft natural-color leghorns so popular ·with professional and business men. Panamas in every size and all good shapes' Baliluks, those extra fine soft hats for men who want the very best Never such a showing m Connellsville or all Fayette county. $1.50, $2, $3, H $5, HO Sailors $2 to $10--Milans and Leghorns $1.50 to $10--Panamas $3.50 to $10. Still a Sailor for $2 00--and a good one--shoeing no increase m price cuer last iear Other Sailois in mam dimensions--some with soft head-conforming brims--at ?3 and on up to flO Dozens to pick from A five-dollar bill still bins an excellent Panaria, and -nith some ou get a dollar-and-a-ualf in change Special shapes for the smartly dressed young man and men of more consi rvative tastes Leghorns, Milans and Baliluks--those soft straws de luxe--weie ne-ver shown in such variety in Cone 1 Js' 1 ille Pay handsome service returns on even cent invested Get YOURS While the "Pickins" Best--That Means NOW. Beginning Fndaj an iniDortaiu carb season sale of Coats tl at affects even larlies and m aes coa m oui entire Spring stock PJenU time to have the ne\v C oat reads b Memorial Da\ and it the feame h ime reap the benefits of the follow me; savings -One Lot Ladies' and Misses' Coats-Priced Regularly up to $39.75 Now $28.50 Charming Coats stvlcc' to the m i n u t e and , perfectly tailored ait in luucd in UHS lot at (SI avings that an omit in some cases to as much as Sll 1 r t on evei\ purchase \Ve can \. re member of arv other offet oxer made before Decoration Day that begn s to compare with t'ns o n 1 in e i t h n r savings offered or the natural charm of the coats thcmseHes U^er new coloi e ^ p ^ j wanted material ever} good stjle aavanced foi Spring and Summer is i f pies nted sues foi women and misses One Lot Ladies' ane Misses' Coats-Priced Regularly up to $55.00 Now $38.50 Commencing Fruljv \ou aie ofieied one lot of Coata that t o i m e i h sold up to fCo 00 lor onlv «,3S 50 Figure u p the sa\ins. and -.ee if j ou can match it ( elseuheje In thib lot irt Coats for all purposes-sports motoring u t i l i t j and t'rcss No sn liter or more serviceable materi ils h n e been a t h a n t u l t h i s srison and t h e r e rouh'i t b a more handsome a i r i j - of color» It is to e\er-, w u n i ^ n T ad\a it t,f 10 in Lsln.e.f' this group immediately Every Other Woman's Coat in the Store is Substantially Reduced--There Are No Exceptions I N HIS OWN interests of stylish and more economical dressing every man and young man should see our-Spring Suits $15 to $25 to $45 Never in our history Iwve we ha1 a c tock of better tailored Spring Suits These suits bear the Wnght-Metzle'- laoel, our pledge that guarantees jou up- to-the-minute stj le ind tailoring and workmanship of the -\erv best Models here from makers \\ho specialize onh in conservative clothes for business and professional men--just as our ^ oung nvn s st\ les are made lx\ } oung men s specialists l-or nstanct, the model illn'stnitcd I n t o , is onp nt (lip mnrh desired military efftcts "ith tdt fito -eam or unnd hick anil imsccl sleeve shoulders Tiulornl in the handsome new "Glen JiocU" labric it i« i\f eeihdcrlj impuinr wifli n! vonni? men The interest of %\ ell-dressed men \vili re centered in such suits because the; are so richlj topical of the best in clo'bes craft Investigate particularly our"showings at $30 $33 $40 and $45 For Warm Das "MO-WATE" SUITS $12 to $25 \o weight--no lining and just the clothes t bring ^ on the greatest hot-weather comfort you have ever know n Shown m quit* a vauetv of both light and dark-colored fabrics in all sizes 33 to 46 As a Parting Gift to Your Soldier Boy Select a Dressing Case Khiki Dr MI t TT^OS r or \n \ 11 1 N v^ n^n ve bore n s p U u i i i i - v a r u t v m t T n i i n i j., i 1 Mi 1 l i ct, MIKS u }1 - to T 1 "* ' ^ach One -ijieu il c i 4 -*, i in in t;nuM?i!li srnoJ jrmU ( i fchaki 11 nil b i u n d n i l h i arr m Miaki 1 iih*r T h e 1 times in ui } i r u t f ( i l M/ £ n t ^ s ' Do/ens of n her tp[ i li i - f! "U^cMiors for sold pr mi 1m in? n c i h in n s mon*.-. U l t s d ancs and n ill in bill lies One Lot Ladies' Dresses Regularly Pi'ced to $22 50 One Lot Ladies Di esses Regularly Priced to $32 50 Limited Number AUTO CASINGS 25% Off List Price These are the well known a?id liked Pennsylvania Auto Casings with the long mileage guarantee Autoists n i l ! find this saving j ver welcome these davs of high motoring costs and should lo^e no time m investigating this offer For Outdoors SWEATERS' $1.50 to $12.50 Men s and Bovs styles and sizes A. special Men s Sweater in neathei regular $10 00 -value at 7 50 Come in and trv on thf new Tom WVP jacket--a nw, coal for sports T\ear that retails at SPECIALS! In Ladies' and Children's HOSIERY r no P\ R vrnmtr fit r Ik boot hr-,o bHck \ hit inri sonic col ?rs c \ ilu vp nil nl l i pair. It P M H s J r f n s fi c f 111 i bo^p mod um i r d h a \ v ibbM *- ^ f 1 o 1 ' A cciiln pnre 0c t. pit ml at *c ! piir 1 * M Oft {·)0 f MR-- ?o non s u p ilk 1 i ' "ih lifek i ) i Q i u l l n t 1 u u m emfc « 1 fno Si7cs *i o 10 ii b l i r k - i 1 « i Uf "II 7 . Tain**. ^1 T» p u r ' psir-i M H) \ T more V in t h r o p ! pair 1 ? to one cuMm i -- 1 C 0 P U R S w o m o n ^ lino h^lr host ir =170=; S ^ t o ^ 1 r r« i r - i It S " ( f i a ( a ( i n pair 1 pjurs *I 00 f t P U u ^ nftn ' · f i r \ i^ nl n r?l c l | rish norr bn^e ^ill 1 i n 3 OP c \ i l u e ;pf?ia! ai JSf p»ir \ot a sample Dresa in either lot ° e~\ garment bemc; chosen from our own regular stocks and marked down for this sale Disunctne models in - lh sTge and comb] lations M\ led for e^ er\ purpose \ o w o i lan 01 miss needing anothei IILW frock should miss seeing the-^c groups One Lot Ladies Suits Regularly Priced to $39 75 One Lot Ladies' Suits j Regularly Pnced to $55 00 Two tmpoitdiu lots of women's and misse^ Spring silts tnit challenge the admiration of all who see then Tne savings aie unusual for 'o earlv in the season and should haie -vour immediate attention In additioi to these pxira special lots e'verN other suit in the store--ladies misses and stout woDien s models--is subatautialh reduced in price There ire no exceptions Profit as j ou bu\ Kayser's | MARVEL FIT BM9N SUITS For Women TO THE WORKING MAN wonder why it is that workirg clothes are constant!} gett ng scarcer and higher in price But when j ic stops to considt r that the governmoi t has taken over a big percentage of the materials from which overalls are made and m man} instances portions of the factories where thej are made t is all ven plain Tie have on nand at the present time large stocks of good \vorkins; clothes--not as large as we tl like to have them--but laige enough to permit hundreds of men to profit by our lower prices before present supplies are exhausted Our advice to you is buy now and bivv a plenty --Full Crcvv. cv. (iim)itj, plain Ijluc- S2.50 each. --Full Crew, stifel stripe. $2.25 ac)i --''Our Own'' "W.ik*, $1.50 each. --Hickor) Stripe, $1.00 eaeli. -Liuon Snit Ovei.ilis. $3.00 path. -550}s' Overalls. 50c, 00(., $1.00 ojuh. -Bnjs- Slip-Overs $100 paoh. Boys' Khaki Pants, $1.00, $1.50. --Von's 1 ork Pants $2.50. --Men's Khaki Pants $1.25 to $3. --Vt ork Caps 15c to 50c. --Dress Pants ;p to $10. r niched ^ h I p i n l N i \ \ flit 1 j K = un 1 - ! ^ ill ind r\ce I r n c \ n i t r n v. uid c 1 -- li;ps rr main ( n f t i n f h (U^td 2. -- ^IIli stat CIM s an ] 1( room ^ -- f i o t t h is inudt slronu: ( -- DOIlMt 1 ' O X H ^U^^t I . -- Hatl. tail n il a a r r n m r than t r f n l G -- N o slirnnnr troin Hit o [ i u u l i ( r i » Band or -.lull t p lniv -lull t n m m i i l I n t o Inr and ritri s t / f s at ^U , ·51^(1, SI ~ , md "-200 This is the week to do youi utmost for the .merican Brave American lads in France are paying you back manv fold every day. 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