The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, April 03, 1919, Image 1

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This beautiful boxy 1
coat suit with fancy 1
vesting, front decor- |
; ated very elaborately 1
| with fancy buttons, 1
I plain front, skirt I
I gathered at back with 1
buttons and loops I
gives a chic and styl- 1
y ish effect; one of the 1
y ; leading numbers at I
: $50.00.
If you are in the 1
market for a new 1
spring outfit I would 1
^ appreciate showing 1
you these high class I
lines of merchandise. 1
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This is one of the
I many desirable dress
I es now in stock. This ;
II is a beautiful brown
I taffeta gown with soft !
/> I I roll collar, vest front
I taffeta sleeves, full |
I gathered skirt at I
I waist line, draped I
I with self sash decor^- i
S I ted notted ends and |
I tassels. Peggie bottom.
I One of this season’s
* | |j| snappy numbers.
Decoratio: .
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I “This group reminds me of some Delightful Sales Room I saw some where.” “Oh, I know,
Dearie, at P. J. McManus’.”
“Say, Girlie, don’t he keep up the chic styles.” “You just bet he does. He’s got some
Isn’t that clever little cape on the left a darling for thirty dollars? And it is so serviceable,
too—made of navy serge with convertible fronts, and lined with black satin. The cherry satin
facing gives it a chic appearance and it gives the effect of youth while it also has the lines that
stand for class and dignity.
If you like black taffeta and want to spend about forty dollars for a suit, the one illustrated
in the center has a winning charm. It looks pretty when the coat is unbuttoned because it’s
lined with fancy silk—then the tan faille silk is also fetching. Its boxy back is appreciated by a
great many women and the self-cording gives it a delightful finishing touch.
But, oh, for something that is really elegant, just look at that model on the right made from ]
navy tricotine and full lined with fancy silk. A loose panel in the back and a convertible sailor ]
collar—both beautifully trimmed and embroidered with silk fringe, are a few other features
—and just a few as you will see when you examine the coat. Of course it is not for knockabout j
wear—it’s a real dress-up coat and as it will cost you sixty-five dollars (and worth it) you’ll j
take extra good care of it; won’t you?
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The first requisite 1
to a woman well I
dressed is a Gossard 1
Second and a very §
desirable one a Gos- 1
I sard Brassier.
Third, the most im- 1
portant of all, Bloom- 1
ars, if those who wish I
to appear as a copy of 1
the group here in I
shown. I assure you ||
the girls in the movies |
will have no edge on 1
The diamond that 1
sparkles can not excel |
you, the critical eye of 1
the passerby is sure- I
to appreciate you, and 1
the boy with the coin 1
will entertain you.
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This gown of sheer
| Georgette beautifully
j draped in combination '
j Fullard at waist line
with sash in back, full
sleeve with belt dec
orated with buttons,
cuif lined in colors.
This one would induce
you to buy.