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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1912.
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EXPOSITION OFmfI- Afternoon Dresses
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Young & McCombs herewith announce their grand spring opening commencing
newest of spring attire in a wealth of new styles. You will v-onder that such diversity of
simple when you consider that we draw upon the finest designers in Paris and we are not
ourselves of the worthiest creations of all.
Spring Apparel for Clever Women Dresses,
To reproduce Paris creations is but a matter of copying, of following footprints, of
accomplish this end, at the smallest possible expenditure, the great American masters of
of the original model, which is perhaps the most difficult feature of reproducing imported
in this spring's styles have been allowed to pass into our salons without first being examined
A Visit to Qur Store Reveals the
Correctly at a Moderate
But suits, cloaks, dresses and millinery do not come heralded alone. The entire store
Never before have the people of the tri-cities been offered a treat like this. No expense has
third anniversary one long to be lemembered. Our summer undermuslins, assembled on second
diversity and price -desirability, are one. of the most important contributions to Young &
With these are being shown an unique collection of newest model waists. Our corset
the lingering glance of the adniring visitor.
From here a visit to the third floor reveals carpets, rugs, curtains and draperies
realized by inspection. Interior decorations and wall paper, showing all the new spring
Salons of Beautiful Enchantment in the Basement fo
So widespread is the love for beautiful china and glass that it is not surprising that Young & McCombs have taken
of fine wares. Here are .found fine English and French rock crystals, gold-encrusted china and rich plates. On the first
tpring showing of shoes, linens, dress goods, "Onyx" hosiery, neckwear and a display of he finest merchandise ever
MUSICAL PROGRAM IN THE EVENING
Monday, March 25, afternoon and evening, showing th8
splendor can be assembled in one store. The solution is
inclined in favor of any one or two designers but avail
Suits, Coats and Millinery
reaching a conclusion along established lines. But to
style must exercise attention with an understanding
modeh?. Certainly none of our collection of rare beauty
by America's greatest modistes.
Possibility of Dressing
will be ablaze with splendor,
been spared to make our
floor, which for daintiness,
McCombs' great fashion show,
department too, will not escape
whose beauty can only be
patterns, are shown on the
China and Glass
such pride with their basement and its wealth
floor your particular attention is called to our
shown in the tri-cities.
We extend to one and all a cordial invitation to attend our THIRD ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION AND
FASHION SHOW MONDAY EVENING, March 25, Nineteen Hundred and Twelve.
JLCO OPERATIVE STORE CO.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Ermklne W. Robinson, et al., to John
. Bond, lot 16. Grennell'i addition.
utb Rock Island, $:50.
E. H. Guyer to William and John
Holland, tract in 6ublot 3 of 9, Le
Claire Reserve. $700.
Esther S. Eells, et al to Rar Bar
nett. lot 9. block 2. Smallejr'g sub-division
of lot 5, southwest quarter, sec
tion 2. 17. 2w, $350. .
David W. Hunt to Herman F. Meyer,
lot 20. block 1, Hunt's first addition,
Julia Leberman to Renne DeSmet,
lot 4. block 7. B. Davenport's addition.
Rock Island, $700.
E. H. Guyer to George H. Jordan, lot
11, block 9, BuXo.-d & Guyer 's addition.
Rock Island, $345. , ,
W. L. Velie to JlarOn R Carlson, lot
137. Emma D. Velie 's addition, Moline,
Swan Wilson to William J. Park, et
aU north half lot 7. block 6, Osborn s
second addition. Moline, $2,000.
Joseph J. Worker to Lewis A. Tyler,
- Frank J. Hunt oon to James E. Weir, ' let 2, block 5, town of East Moline,
west half lot 9, Hinricb's sub-division. $150.
South Rock Island, $350.
I wlt A. Tyler to EL H. Gayer, lot 2,
block 5. tosrn cf East Mclise, $450.
H0IH3 R. Warren fo Samantba E.
Parker, lot 22, ArenscLleld's additioa,
Pleasant View. $ J50.
. New York Announcement was
made Friday, that the listing commit
tee had decided to discontinue quot&-
tions on the curb of all the subsidiary!
stocks of the Standard Oil company 4
The difficulty in obtaining information!
as to the earnings, surplus and asset
of the 34 companies Is said to be the
reason for the action,