A May 8, 1945 issue of The Philadelphia Inquirer. The cost of which is 3 cents.
Some of the headlines to the other stories include....
"In this Great Hour let us thank God."
"Joy, Prayer Mingle as City Hails Victory."
"New Unity is Achieved at Security Conference."
"All U.S. Forces Gain on Okinawa."
"Germany Property Seized by Spain."
"No Victory Salute at F.D.R.'s Grave."
"King Felicitates Gen. Eisenhower."
"Truman to Proclaim V-E Day in 9am talk."
"10 Die in action 17 are Wounded."
"Patton reaches Prague Outskirts."
"General Jodl signs for Germany."
"Shoerner defies Doenitz Order."
"German Rocket Bombs top list of Secret War weapons."
"Hitler Body Hunt still Unrewarded."
There are dozens and dozens of stories such as these and much more. Some ads that appear state that if today is proclaimed V-E day that this store will be closed. A new Dirndl skirt would cost the ladies $2.95 and a new Peasant Blouse is $1.85. An ad for a pair of Mexican crafted slippers states that they are Unrationed for Teens and the price is $3.59. A Joan Kenley blouse is selling for $3.95.