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You have our personal guar
antee on every article you buy
of us. Adjustments quickly
made. No long wait.
Fall Footwear in Attractive
2665—A very modish 14 button boot
with cravenette upper, patent colt vamp,
military heel, 2 to 7, in A, Band widths.
This is only one of the dozens of pretty
new shoes we are showing. It's a pleasure
to show them. Stylish models at $3 to $5.
If you want the satisfaction and com
fort of a perfect fitting shoe, try this de
Most Stylish Suits
Suits are very practical and this season
they are both beautiful and low in price. While
all the new ideas and latest models are here on
exhibition, we want our patrons to see them.
Scarcely any two are exactly alike yet each
bears the unmistakable^print of the fall of 1915
The fabrics that are receiving most atten
tion are Gabardines, Poplins, Serges, Broad
Cloth and Cheviots. Blue is decidedly first
choice in colors with African brown, Russian
green, black and fancy mixtures coming in for
Our Suit prices range from $12.50 to $27.50,
though we can supply them for much less or
get more expensive ones on three of four days'
notice. At from $15.00 to $18.00 we show most
At $18.50—No. 420, novelty suit of gray
mixture, jacket is modified blouse effect with
clusters of pleats at bottom of back, finished at
waist with small belt. A small belt across the
front confines fullness. Neck finished with self
reveres and turn over collar of black velvet.
Skirt has pleats at side and high waist line
At $16.50—Suit of green mixed suiting,
semi-fitted jacket fastens close to neck with
black velvet buttons, collar of black velvet, gor
ed skirt with cluster of pleats at sides.
At $25.00—A very attractive suit of brown
fancy suiting. Fronts are clearly fastened with
self straps and buttons. Collar and cuffs are of
navy velvet. Skirt is made with yoke, panel
back and pleats at bottom, belt finished waist
Furs Of Unusual Beauty
This promises to be a great fur season. In
spite of the excessively warm weather much in
terest is being shown and several sets and sep
arate pieces have been selected. The one decid
ed novelty is the Melon'' muff.
Martin, mink, skunk, fitch, fox, coney,
.opossum and seal include all the most popular
furs and they are all here in the new shapes.
Women's sets are on display at $4.75, $9,
$12.50, $15.00 and up to $42.50.
Single pieces are priced at $3, $4, $5, $6 and
up to $22.50.
This season we have added a most excellent
line for little folks and misses and the prices
are very moderate.
If you have an odd piece to match or an old
one that requires repairing bring them to us
and we will give you the benefit of the services
of the best furriers in this country.
New Plain And Plaid Silks
The ever beautiful silks are even more splendid than usual this fall. The plaids in vivid colors are the new
est but the messalines, taffettas, and silk poplins are just as strong in the fashion plates as ever.
26 inch .Plaids are $1.00 and $1.25. 40 inch Poplins (silk) $1.35.
26 inch Messalines and Taffettas, $1.00. 36 inch oil boiled Taffetta $1.50.
Silk crepes and crepe de cheins in all colors are favorite materials for dressy waists and are priced at
$1.50 to $1.75.
THE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1915.
d.W. Hanstfe Company
New Goods In Every
Yes, Madam, all over this store are new stylish garments the very latest ideas from
New York and Chicago. You can see and feel the actual garments and try them on. The
model and shade that is most becoming to you can be selected with absolute certainty.
.You will be carefully and correctly fitted by salesladies who are just as particular about
the appearance of their patrons as are the patrons themselves.
Every Model Authoritative
This is the acknowledged Style Store of Southern Iowa. Every article pertaining to
women's wearing apparel, no matter how inexpensive, must be in accord with the prevail
ing fashions. We point with pride to the dozens of splendidly dressed women who rely
on this store season after season for their Gowns, ('oats, Suits, etc.
Prices Must Be Most Reasonable
On each article we make a small profit, that's understood. But in many cases our
profit is less than the express charges from New York to Leon would be on a single suit.
We are in direct competition with the big city stores and our prices must be very low or
this big business could never have been built. You'd rather rpend youi money here than
send it 1,000 miles away if we can show you stylish correctly made garments at the right
prices. Seeing is believing we want to show you.
Pure Silk Hosiery
Women's hose of genuine
silk thread that we give our
personal guarantee on is the
kind you want. In either out
sizes" or regular in numbers,
8V2 to 10 in black or white. The
In the regular sizes we also
show light blue, pink, cham
pagne, green, red, maize and
palm beach. Pair $1.00.
Niagara Maid Pure silk $1.50
extra heavy glove silk, four
inch silk hem, heavy, but soft
toe and heel. Excellent wear
ing qualities and fit guaran
teed. Also lace knit in black
and white, 8 to 101/!'.
While these wuu.u«
They are made of the soft
est flannelette with a nap that
withstands washing. The same
skill and care that is given to
the finishing on lingerie waists
is given these garments. While
they are cut full length and
wide they really fit and the ef
fective trimming adds to their
The gowns are shown in
pure white and in neat stripes
at 75c to $1.50.
The two-piece pajamas are
here in both white and striped
at the pair, $1.50.
Slumber Garments for
children in sizes 2 to 8 years, at
50c, 65c, 75c and 85c.
Don't hesitate to quote cata
logue prices. We buy where
we can do best. It's your duty
to do the same.
Gossard Corsets $2 to $8
Corsets fitted by ex
perts ami necessary al
terations made free,
vou our Gossard Booklet.
Exclusive Models In Coats At
In style, trimming, fit and jauntiness you
will find these garments different from the or
dinary. In fact they are extraordinary to the
point that there is an exclusive air of refine
ment. In price they are noticeably less than we
have shown in former years and yet in no case
has quality been sacrificed. They are the same
high grade Palmer Garments.
Blues, blacks, dark brown and green are
very stylish colors. Plain weaves are very
good as also are some of the heavier mixed
suitings. Most of the coats button up closely
under the chin in semi-military effect making a
very pretty practical winter wrap.
Plush is a strong factor again this season
in black and brown and are effectively trimmed
Our prices range from $10 to $25 and every
garment is new and snappy. Even if the price
is low the style and quality is tJiere and we
want you to see them now before the collection
At $10.00—Young ladies' snappy coat of
fancy gray plaid coating, set in sleeves, close
fitting cut-in belt effect, convertible collar of
black velvet, pockets and cuffs trimmed with
At $15.00—This model of diagonal mixture
of gray, tan and blue has convertible collar,
side pockets with wide loose belt across front
and sides and front trimmed with fancy bone
At $18.50—An Ulster, fashioned from navy
cheviot. The back is pleated and shows a belt
at waist line. Front may be buttoned close, and
neck is finished with an "Early Victorian" col
lar of black velvet.
ments have many excellent
qualities not common to the or
dinary kinds, they cost no
Until the advent of
the Gossard, with their
unique front lacing fea
ture, women never
knew what corset com
fort or individual style
Model 250—It has a
medium high bust,
rather straight outline,
lightly boned and long
enough to corset the
figure from the waist
down splendidly. In
service and style it is
out of the ordinary. $2.
bust in novelty c(
normal, hip and brf
lines straight. Design
ed to corset the average