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Gouverneur free press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1882-1929, December 08, 1926, Image 12

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* PAGE FOURTEEN GOUVERNEUR FREE PRESS •iV» h^. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1926 Red Star Sales Day-December 15 LEVINSON'S HARDY-STOWELL CO. Christmas Specials for SALES DAY, DECEMBER 15TH Christmas Hose at 98c Pair •-Heiuiaway Silk, semi-fashioned. All good shades. Regular II 25 value . Christmas Gloves at 89c Pair Ladies* Chumoisettes, all sizes, long wrist, warm. Regular $1.00 and $1.50 value. Also Cape Leather, tans and grey, all sizes. . CHRISTMAS PERFUME AND POWDER Steam's Perfume at 79c bottle Several shapes and all odors. Regular price $1.00. Day Dream Face Powder at 59c Box All tin'f H'-gular 75c value Ladies' Handkerchiefs at 10c each Special assortment. Linen ami Lawn LADIES' OUTING GOWNS Regular $ 1.25 value at 98c each Regular $1.00 value at 79c each ___ Ladies' Hats at $1.98 each Regular $3.5<> to $5.00 values. Ladies' and Children's Coats All Coats in Stock at 20 Per Cent Discount VISIT THE BARGAIN ANNEX Christmas Shopping Suggestions Store For the Automobile Moto-Meters Stop Lights inter Fronts Skid Chains Windshield Wipert Robes Batteries Cigar Lighters Tires and Tubes For the Radio Day-Fan and Federal Radios Loud Speakers Consoles Cabinets \B\ Batteries Trickle Chargers Dry Cells Aerial Sets Coleman Lamps and Lanterns FLASHLIGHTS WRENCH SETS The Spooner-Campbell Co. Everything For the Car and Radio Lingerie Crepe 19c yard Good Gingham 19c yard Ladies' Union Suits 98c each Heavy. Size 44. ] Ladies' Wool Hose 49c pair Clean-up of Odds and Ends in Toys . ONE FOURTH OFF Black Germantown Yarn ~ 15c skein Fancy Yarn 15cball BRADLEY SWEATERS Men's and Boys' Pullover Style With Collar These Are All Good Practical Sweaters for Out Door Wear Reg. Price Sales Day $10.00 __ $8.00 8.00 __ 6.00 Keg. Price $6.00 4.50 2.50 Sales Day _$4.35 ._ 3.75 .. 2.00 MEN'S HOSE Christmas Gift Hose of Rayon Silk In Drop Stitch and plain knit. Fancy and solid colors. All sizes. Regular 65c value Sales Day Only, 3 pair for $1.00 Henry H. Ryan & Son Clothing Shoes Haberdashery fiats Phillips Dry Goods Store SALES DAY SPECIALS Big Reduction on Ladies' and Children's Coats 20 Per Cent Off on All Ladies' Coats on Sales Day SPECIAL RACK OF CHILDREN'S COATS $5,00 each ONE LOT LADIES' HEAVY FLEECED NIGHTGOWNS . 98c ONE LOT MISSES' 2 PIECE FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS $1.98 and $2.98 6 YARDS PERCALE FOR Light and Dark -'--- $1.00 DRESS GOODS ALL WOOL CREPE Black. Tan. (iray an^ Blue $1.25 value. \98cl GOODRICH ZIPPERS FOR LADIES AND CHILDRE N Misses' Size 11 to 2 — $3.45 Child's Size BtolOVi- fO QC LADIES—(3 to 7) and $2.98 $4.98 OKLY Vi DOZEN BOYS' WINDBREAKERS Siree 10 to 14 Special at $3.19 REMEMBER— ONLY 6 GET YOURS EARLY CHRISTMAS * it with us ajrain We »:&h to announce that we hare the best line of Christmas Goods ever displayed in the store. If you are looking for a present for the kiddies, brother, sister, papa, mamma, uncle, aunt or your beat friend, you are sure to find something in OUR TOY AND GIFT BASEMENT Motherllealh Wb*\ THE NEW HOTPOINT ELEC SL ixwram Coosty FOR SALES DAY ONLY 25 Per Cent Discount on AB Holiday Goods SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY Gifts of Merit and Quality IFOR EVERY MEMftER OF THE FAMILY SAIDE'S FURNITURE STORE lbs Arch GoTxreraeur, N Y Gouvemeur, Nfew York AUTHORIZED DEALERS Phone 58 TRY IT TODAY The difference between trood and almost-good, RADIO, is like the difference between a watch that keeps time, and a watch that merely runs. Only the best RADIO instruments will bring yon complete enjoyment of the excellent pro- grams now on the air. ATWATER-KENT RADIO DOES THIS That's why ve sell it. That'* why so many people of this eommnnity hare chosen it for their homes. Demonstration, will cost nothing. The time for it is HOW. V. E. WOODWORTH Phone 105-J 22 Howard Street Rayola Silk 69c a Yard A yard wide big selling fabric^ fine silk and Egyptian cotton, 10 colors. Moth Proof Garment Bags 7c Each Have enough to keep each garment clean and away from dust as well as moths. Pure Linen Towels 27c Each 18x36 size—hemmed ends and a loop for hang- iD ff U F- 6x9 Felt Base Rugs $3.95 Each This is a special rug in a popular size at a very special price. Suede Cloth Sport Coats $2.50 Each They are for ladies or men. They come in tai or grey and were made to sell at $4.00. 45x45 Linen Lunch Cloth $1.00 Many were disappointed in not getting one of these last Sales Bay, so we have ordered another lot for December 15. A linen house has promised us also a 36x36 Linen Cloth with 4 Napkins to sell at $1.00 DOLL CONTEST A beautiful doll will be given away again this year to the kiddie receiving the most votes. A vote with every 10c purchase. Enter the name of some child vou would like to receive the doll. i I t\ TWO BIG STORES 127 We»t Main 9 Park Street \We are able to give you here only a mere hint of the many seasonable bargains which we have secured for the 1926 Hol- iday trade. Our close margin prices assure you of a distinct saving on the most dependable merchandise. All we ask la a visit to either of our two stores. SALES DAY SPECIALS ALL WOOL COAT SWEATERS Regular Price $5.00 Sale Price $3.19 MEN'S HEAVY tUMBERJACK BLOUSES kegular^Hce |6.50 . „. . Sales Day $5.50 MEDIUM WEIGHT LUMBERJACK BLOUSES Regular Price $5.00 Sales Day $4.00 BOYS' ALL WOOL LUMBERJACK BLOUSES Regular price $3.75 Sales Day $3.00 RODGER'S Sales Day Specials for One Day Only—Dec. 15th DRESSES—WOOL AND SILK—One lot formerly 110.00 to $17.00. Sizes 16 to 50 Choice of the lot for $5.00 COATS—Formerly $25.00 to $37.50. Only a-few left. Going at $19.75 BRIDGE LAMPS—Will make a nice Christmas Gift. Gilt or Bronze finish. Bases and arms in different designs. 12 inch shades with silk mull lining and silk mull top. Trim- . med with gold braid and flower decoration. Just fifty of them to be sold Sales Day at only $3.50 Each WOOL HOSIERY—About nine dozens of all wool hosiery in heather color only. All sizes and many with rib tops. The original value of these were from $1.00 to $1.50 pair. To be closed out on Sales Day at the give away price of 42c Pair DOLLS—Your /choice of any doll in the store, at just One-Third Off MEN'S 16-IN. High Laced Up RUBBER SHOES U. S., Top Notch, Snag Proof, Hood. Regular price $6.00 Sales Day $5.25 COME IN AND SEE OUR NEW LINE OF MENS OVERCOATS that \were just received, because of the cleaning we had last Sales Day. Prices from $14.00 Up I HAVE JUST RECEIVED TWO CASES OF NASHUA STORM KING BLANKETS of the very beat material. Regular price $3.50. Sales Day $2.50 Every Ptirchaser Purchasing $25.00 or Mqre Will Receive an ALUMINUM Ten Quart Pail BUCK'S PLACE The Pioneer Sporting Goods Store of Gouverneur . HEADQUARTERS FOR ELECTRIC TOYS SKIS, SKATES, SNOW SHOES, TOBOGGANS SEE THE NE W CHILD'S SLED BOXES and RUNNERS FOR BABY CARRIAGES AL L MODELS ATWATER-KENT RADIOS The Radio That Pleaaes All EVERY CHRISTMAS TREE NEEDS THE BELMONT TREELITER BUCK'S PLACE PARK STREET -PHONES—171-J DAWLEY'S BREAD The Best Ingredients make - The Best Breads Special Orders for Special Occasions AT ALL GROCERS ~ Notice features sad sturdy y in place, attaches to tit prevent* short cir- of fuses. lets which supply car- stringers, electric trains appliances. 5 A well in the center for water to keep the tree fresh sad prevent needles from falling. 6 The colored floodlight! produce a unique and beautiful effect OSWEGATCHOE LIGHT & POWEbCO. - MEN'S FLANNELETTE WORK SHIRTS 98c MEN'S AND BOYS' OVERCOATS BOYS' MEN'S $8.75 and $11.75 $14.75 and $19.75 MEN'S AND BOYS' SHEEP LINED COATS BOYS KEK'g $6.75 and $10.75 $8.75 and $11.75 MURPHY & FRANK / Gouverneur'i Greatest Clothiers BE SURE AND VISIT lATZMATS PR£4NVENT0RY SALE STARTS DECEMBER 9 >AY. DECEMBER ( IEPEYSTER! FRACTURES 1 WfflLEATWC Cfinton Maxim Injured 1 Drawing Timber an Now In Hospital Birtli of a Daughter to Mr. a* Everett McUwee of Huuuwa I* Aaaouced. Depeyster, Dec. 7.—Ann< M!?K 8 £ ave beeu received o birth of a six and one-half daughter Tuesday. November Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mcllw< Hannawa Palls, N. y., at t £ dam Hospital, named Mary J well-wee was formerly Miss Walker of this town 1 Mrs. Gaylord Pleetham whc (an operation and was in Hei IS™ Pl i a L f ° r 8everal weeks hJ •turned home. in IKI'K r Ly « e who was °P er *t •n Hepburn Hospital for appenc •November 26, is out of the ho *r an J ec0Ver,ag at the home o F^ Parent8 ' Mr and Mrs. prison of Ogdensburg. • Clinton Maxim while drawing K?«o, f ° r Thoma 8 Smlther* had toisfortune to break his ankle • K y »« ?£ h sympathy is extendi F e JT*\ l £ e ten *nt on the Sml |arm at the time of the Are whe I\ ™? n tor several years. H< m family of seven and when the •Whi ur ? ed « hl8 only means t0 »ort his family was to work ot Iftal Won He , Was ta * en t0 the •Hal Wednesday afternoon-. • Prank Fleetham was in Og< «urx Friday and called on fri •na relatives at % the hospital. A £ thur ™ Parle 7 and children a i Mrs Farley at Hepburn Hos ednesday. Miss Doris Maxim r as ^L 01 \** 118 tor th e family da r rs. Farley's Illneas had to re ame to remain with her mo hlle her father is in the hosr Mrs. Amber Conroy has been g a severe case of lumbago \eumatlsm. Emery Smlthers has receive ephone from his father at Def< ring they are quarantined as an had small-pox. Madeline Hill spent Wedne« ternoon with her grandmo •nroy. > The nurses school conducted •s. Margaret Pool will comp >lr course Tuesday afternoon iugn there s has been much sicki v roads and bad weather, tl been a good attendance am •5°i! ed .» t . hey WJ11 be greatly b< m by this course. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fieldson \\d to Carthage Sunday and st day with Mr. and Mrs. Cha e Methodist Episcopal Lad held a quilting party in rch parlors Tuesday afternc ^Per was served from 5 until ire served. Merrill Putman, Miss Doris i nley Maxim called on Mr. Ma: urday. TS. Ida Crelghton and daught 23, aad Leola wer e in Ogde ' Friday. now on display, rifts the family. Abo a full ROOM and BED R001 COXWELL CHAIRS, WINDSOR CHAIRS, al CHAIRS, MORNING S£ mmm

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