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THE ROCK ISIlAXTl AUGUS. SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER 30. 1911
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Qns Week Commencing Monday, Oct. 2
Not Only an Opening, It Is the Biggest Advance Sale of
To the u'oman uho has not been in the habit of buying here this opening and sale will be a revelation.
It will convince her of the ideals we have endeavored to express m our Apparel Policy.
Though emhodying the finest style features and quality fabrics, in garment, priced startlmgly law we desire to emphasize that in our opinion no other policy is tenable and we assure you. on the
j. nougn Lmjuynty , verge of a new season, the policy wtll he strictly adliered to.
For 1 7 years the style standard
Young & Trimmed
Never Before so Beautiful,
Never Before so Low Priced
We are showing an assortment of
trimmed flats that are unexcelled for
beautv of styl- as well a- embodying
the choicest ideas of foremost milli
ners abroad. The m-w eolorings for
Autumn and Winter an- combined
in t lie most attraetive ways, iimoni;
which will be found the rieh shades
of wine, purple, old gold, etc.. en
riched with t'nr an-! feather trim
mings. There are also many praeti
ral hats in this st-k.
Popularly priced. S5 to $50
Comprising Millinery, Suits, frcclis, Dresses, Dress Goods and Allied Lines
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Young & McCombs
Silks and Dress Goods
The department is brimminc: over with
the newest Parisian silks, velvets, vel
veteens and eorduroys every fashion
able weave and color.
SPECIAL OPENING PRICES
Quahtv Corduroy. In
ITpavT c"rdel --H, extra g
black and fan. t ! -."
quality, w hilo tli f-
stock lastp, j,t yard
Just received hirdreis rf yards
line, resrular "'..:.!.. a.l tn new
coronation p-trplf-. era:, pirn.,
cream and ruark. v:r
rer,Jlr Joc value,
All Silk Crepe De CUr.e ir.
liht and dark shades
42-in. all-won fancy stripe vone.
lilack with white dots.
J1.50 quality, only, ard
of pnre silk Messa-
f haoes ii.-.rjr s tlvi.
navy, bru white.
Young & McCombs"
Specially Low Priced in Every Instance
Anions the exclusive variety we men
tion new fa!! importations in real Vene
tian tilet. Ihichess. Irih point and prin
cess. All our laces art1 imported.
Pr'ct s cn exclusive 'ticividua; t. at fern,
lace !,..; s hew s in c cr m"..jc,
:c aril tii
r:cc and Or txtal A:iocrs. v.:th
ya;'.'!? t iratcl;.
vo ar.l h::.1
Iut: n toro!'.-.-: a:u! ins.-; .cr. r n:atc!s
fr-.n ? . ."' ' c'r.t- w nit'. . "J 'n
ito yard :.'. tj
rf-dv. Ii5w .Cf. felj'i Orf
By euch eirlnent dealgnera aa: "
T7ie sfor that sells Wooltex. f
WE ISM AN
The exclusive store of 'Worth styles.
Young & McCombs
Our fine selection and exceptionally
good assortment of Northern Furs, in
Fox, River Mink, lilue Wolf, etc., will
be needed soon. ,
Two very specially priced items.
Beautiful American Mink skin, one-half
round muff and elegant four tassel wide
neck piece, handsomely lined with Skin
uer satin. Fall opening $ 50
Beautiful Mink Saddle Muff, lined only
with fine Skinner satin. SftO
Fall opejaing price pOU
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0 1-5 fei
1 i i mr
CO OPERATIVE ST0RE.C0.
Y MM liv
j ." - w. car 1 f
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
Wootex or Worth
'A smart Wooltex Cover-Up Coat. The scarf
"throw" is distinctly new. No fur scarf is need
ed. This model is particularly gracefully devel
oped in reds and olives, favored, by the younger
Women. Wooltex garments
from $25.00 to 4JJ
Precise cutting and perfect tailoring are required
to give the fit and graceful lines of a worth suit.
The "Windsor" is especially pretty and is devel
oped in all wool mannifch suitings, trimmed in
SKinner satin and silk arrow heads. ,
Prices range from $18.50 to pJKJ
- . .v. . . ' 1 i v .u. ( .v,.'v-- ,tK. rwnrruA r.ortH t,f Ajiahl. ! MIbh Uatt! McDonald ...Kock Island : John C. Wallace
, T i. rr. ; P'T itth .:n.:tr ;r? h!5 or a lOtoao-. leet uora up MarK sua ucu i :t.- cau.ea 8? vi'rai a-nuun uirru .x...----
I .i'.'aci".n..n J"..i:!.: in Kioiit I i .it
Ut..-; K,;t. .1 Kit!'-.! -1 ".
So:,rr. a bagcasteiraa e.n ed up dead. The k:u also waa j IllinoU-Mictigan canal, and traffic taa j and the cax.al for CO railea wa? onitl;d j Corr.eliuo Kra-.z .
. ' v -. cfnii Wr,iJaT Twhi. ' r,t water. I
been stopped since Wednesday. Twen-'of water
ty or mere beats are bt-icj: held up on
itter side of the bre-ak. The first fs-
-;ar;y Jafh-d ii: front of an At-:
rr.,. i i. i- train -n Floods Cause Canal Break.
i t';t fur-v to-iav. ' He was knocked' Pecrla. Sej-t. 30. Hvavy raias fcave aure waa south cf JoUet, near Ctasna- J Wliliaa L. Short Rock Island i
Licensed to Wed.
.Traverse City, Micta-
M'-ss Jo?ephine U. Drum
Traverse City, Mich.
M1b Sarah A. Faekey ..Thelps. N. V.
James A. CanCeld Hock Island
Miss Anna M. Kli-Kr Ro:k Island
August Vn Hxi Cordova
jMlfis Mary Hicks Cordori