The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 26, 1930 · Page 15
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 26, 1930
Page 15
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WKnVKSDAY, FmsRTJAKY 20, TOSO. $·1135 HAIL.* co OR ran. i, coi^ NKC J LS'VTL,JLE. PA PAGE FIFTEEN. Ide.... Fulton . . ,, . Pioneer SHIRTS Among therr you will find many Shirts that are regularly sold at $2.50. Many of them new S lifts, bought at a speia1 price Otheis are Shii s that have been soiled from h a n d l i n g . Madra-s, broadcloth, percale, silk stripes and other materials. In white, plain colors and fancy patter is. Collar attached stjle. Boys' Shirts and E louses--2 for $1.50 Puritan and K. '·. makes--Good-looking patterns. Made of longwearing, fast-color per-ales. Full cut, well stitched. Regulaily priced as high as $1,50. Thursiay and Friday our Community Dollar Days! This great yearly event has^always been an outstanding occasion at Goldstone'?. Th}s year is no exception! Every item on this page is a mone saver.... and these are just a few of the many you will find here. $29.50 to $32.50 TOPCOATS $ 1675 Tako yo sr pick! Oar enttro stock of Topcoat. 1 , that remained from fall selling included. Aetna savings of almost ONE-HALF! In colois and styles that will be popular for Spring, Regular $35.00 Values Suits and O'coats $ 1 7-50 \ One big grtup of winter Suits at a radical price reductio i. Made by Cortley, Rugby and other well known makei-s Single and double breasted garments in styles for men of every type. ONE DOZEN OVERCOATS, sizes 32 to 36 $1.00 COOPER'S UNIOiN SUITS The famous Cooper make, A heavy ribbed garment in kmg leg, long sleeve style. Made of boft'carded cotton in ecru a'id gray. All sizes. Regularly prk 'd at $L',00. ATHLETIC UNION SUITS Two nationally advertised garments Always sold at $1.50. B. V. D. and Varsity makes. Scienti 1- cally styled for utmost, wear and comfort. TO 85c FANCY TRUNKS 2 for You may have plenty of shir s , , . but lay in a supply of the: e Tandy trunks for immediate ai. "1 future use. Made of broadclotu, tnudraa and other fabrics. 1 Choice of Varsity, Ide or Kayirrook PAJAMAS We sold dozens of pajamas last Dollar D ty for $1.00. Excellent garments, loo. I'.ut th !e Pajamas are far superior to anything ,we' r e even seen at the price. Some are sub-stan 1- ards . - . but its almost impossible to detf ;t the flaw. Others are higher priced pa jam us taken from regular stock. The. colors as d patterns are very attractive. Sizes A to D. BOYS' CRICKET SWEATERS 'Every boy vants a cricket sweater. Bvery boy needs one for Spring days am 1 nights. These were formerly priced to $2.50. Sixes 26 to :4. BOYS' SI .00 CAPS * r Whoopee" Ca )«t Suitable for dress or sports ^ear. In vivid shades of red, giceii and blur. These caps are very serviceable and popular with the boys. 2 for $1 BOYS' TOPCOATS Now buy the youngster a new Topcoat for spring. Wvery gar- meirt is an exceptional A r alue. Formerly priced at $(5.00. Sizes to 7. Society Club HATS Hundreds of Connellsvillc men are wearing Society Club Hats. Always sold at $5.00 and $6.00. These have been slightly soiled from handling. All .sixes. .45 To $2.5O Vsilues S C A R F S Buy yourself a new scarf for next, season at this re- dured price. Choice of domestic and imported scarfs in p a t i e n t s that will be pop- i t l d t next \oar. $ I .00 Phonix Fine O S E 2 pairs Phoenix Hose , . . the choice of well dressed men . . . in silk and Bilk and wool. In a variety of pleasing patterns. Regular 75c and $1.00 grades. Men's Cricket SWEATERS 3 Ideal for sports wear, Made. of light weight wools in pleasing patterns and shades --Regularly priced at $5.00. Sizes for juniors and young men. $..·$.45 L L Sfl ifr , D S Title Trust Bldg. Connellsville, Pa. TO $3.00 VALUES KNEE PAP4TS Here is a Dollar Day item that will appeal to overy mother who has to buy trousers for one or more boys. Kntire stock is offered at t h i s price. Some may be slightly soiled but the "ma- jpriry are clean and fresh. All wool fabrics m light and dark patterns. Sizes 7 to 15. TO $18.5O BOYS' SUITS Odd lots and broken sizes taken from regular stock.' Some are slightly soiled. All genuine values. Sixes 8 to 18. $4-^5 i SI ill

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