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Evening public ledger Philadelphia, Thursday, September so, ipso:
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Comes already sweetened
Its own sugar is developed in the
baking. It solves your sugar prob
lem among ready-to-eat cereals.
Order a package from
Its flavor appeals and
tkere is no waste.
Fbstran Cereal CoJncBattW CredcMfch.
1632 CHESTNUT STREET
"A Good Bed"
Oh, for a good bed! Why,
the way some people speak of
it you might suppose good
bedding was a most difficult
thing to get, yet anyone can
have the most luxurious rest
ful, sanitary Mattresses and
Box Springs produced by sim
ply remembering Dougherty's
Faultless Bedding peerless
in comfort and lasting economy.
Luxurious nox Sprlnc. llrllnhle
Itnlr Mattrtsora, Mahogany Ilfil
ttrndft, llr Urdu, KnglMli Down
Furniture, Lamp., Dainty Illanketn
Mid ComfortnblFS At hltp Enamrl
Nurirrjr Accessor!?, etc., etc.
Nor Ta I9c
"America's Greatest Battlefield"
Sunday, October 10th
Stxrlal Train lrTM Rendlnc Terminal nt
awg :I3 A. M.. topplnr nt Columblii Avr .
irmnnrrs. Hontlnsdon St.. Mnnnrnnk. Consholiockrn
IIIUIIII1L' and orrltown (De Knlb st.)
Ilrtnrnlnr lmvr rrtt?Miinc .1 00 r. M.
Ticket mar be nurchned prior to date of
excursion, Onnsult agent.
PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAILWAY
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r0U will find here tho, largest stock In
1 this city of Commercial Stationery and
general omco requirements
Pens iwnclK Inks, mucllnpe. cra'erq.
fountain pens, stick flies, clips, pins,
Our Fountain Ten Depirtmont Is nt our
serioe for cleaning1, repairing and filling
or any Information jou desire
When you want Commercial Stationery,
you want It right away and jou'U And
eerythln(r ou want In stock at 52D
WILLIAM MANN COMPANY
529 MARKET STREET
New York Offices: SGI Broadxvay, Founded in lSi8
On days when your thirst mounts
with the thermometer when you want
a drink to quench the most persistent
thirst, ask for Peacock Ginger Ale,
Do not overlook the health feature of
Peacock The high quality ginger and
flavors that go into Peacock are specially
processed to insure their purity. And
the water, before it is properly carbon
ated, is sterilized and twice filtered to
remove all impurities.
Peacock will give you an entirely new
idea of how good ginger ale can be
made Your druggist or grocer sells it
in 1 5!2 -ounce bottles.
Whtn you want Root Ottr,
Birch Bttr, Sariaparitla or
Ltmon Soda.ora'tr PEACOCK
WEISBROD & HESS, Philadelphia
Store Hours 9 to 5.30
Always this: Economy is in the price you pay
not in the high price some store says the thing
MARKET i CHESTNUT It EIGHTH I NINTH
Philadelphia, Thursday, Septomber 30, 1920.
October will be the greatest value -giving
month the Gimbel Store ever knew.
523 Women's and Misses' Suits
Least Saving: $15
Greatest Saving: $50
Average Saving: $35
Twenty-six styles for Women and sizes ran all the way from 34 to 53!
Twenty utterly different styles for misses typical misses' ideas besides. Sizes
ages 14, 16, 18 and 20.
Every Suit Has a Huge Collar of Fine, Beautiful Fur
TTie Fabrics warm, winter-textures soft-to-touch; perfect for tailoring,
indescribably lovely: Ylamas, duvet de lainestinseltonesgoldtones, velours
Such Wonderful Browns! And such variety of browns! Blues by
the score, too. And dryad. And plenty of black. But the loveliest
browns that ever established a "brown season!"
The Furs Scotch mole, French seal (dyed French coney); Australian
opossum and nutria. "The Styles fur-trimmed or embroidered
or both! Plenty of that clever French stitch
ery. Plenty of latticed tucks. Plenty of stun
And oh, the evidence of luxury that those
wonderful silk linings provide! $54.
And 367 Suits
Least Saving: $15
Greatest Saving: $35
Average Saving: $25
Eighteen styles among women's suits. Nearly
all embroidered. Forty "Samples" included.
Twelve utterly different styles, besides, in
misses' suits. Some fur-trimmed.
'Tinseltones. Goldtones. Silvertones. Duvet
de laines. And wonderful Trico-
Browns far and away in the
lead. But blues galore especially
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Valour Suit, 3M Tluoa, Suit at M colUrad Suit, 9S4
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Woman's Sootob Kolo-trimmed
Durrt da Ijalna Suit, 994
Silases' Wutrlo-oollsred Valour
Gimbels, Salons of Dress,
Five Thousand Percale Shirts at $1.68
That's big gun No. 2 for this October idea of valufe-giving.
NfcWAork make a good onegood styles or pat
ternsfoil Gimbel standard, which means comfort
fit.without girdingfive-button fronts.
; Why? How?
Found a holder of percales who had to turn them into money
-that is the road by which so many real bargains come. The
saving is from the high cost of the percales to a price enough un
der today's market to tempt us to buy.
All sizes; soft double cuffs single- and cluster-stripe fabrics.
$ 1 .68. --Gimbels; Shirt Section and Grand Aisle
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