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TIIE ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1912.
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At our establishment Autumn offers only the best there is in merchandise. Our
goods are fresh, our styles are correct, our quality you can count on, and our prices
are as low as good goods can be sold, one price. We depend on a big volume of
business to make our profits; that's why we make prices as little as we can. The '
goods we sell you will satisfy you. We invite you to our store and see what
Autumn offers in Suits, Coats, Furs, Millinery, Silk and Dress Goods, in fact, every
one of our 77 departments has a complete and unexcelled assortment. Note a few
of the great inducements. . ,
Elaborate Display of New Autumn Styles
Planned to Prove Four Important Things
FIRST To give patrons a comprehensive view of the entire range of authentic
new styles for fall and winter in every line of ready-to-wear apparel, dress accessor
ies and materials.
SECOND To prove that for correctness and refinement of style no store in the
tri-cities is so well able to meet the requirements of all classes.
THIRD To prove that for variety of styles and constant succession of new and
different modes that Young & McCombs is easily the tri-cities' foremost store.
FOURTH To prove beyond a question that Young & McCombs does actually un
dersell all other stores on merchandise of the same quality and you save money by buy
New Laces and Trimmings
A special showing In the lace
seotlrm of new Chantllly. Calais,
ami Maltne Shadow Laces. Venire
and Bohemian I. ores. In edgoa
and bands, with all-overs to
match; also Macrame hands and
Point Rosaline Novelties bo much
In demand. Very randsome are
the Jet, silver and (told head anl
angle trimmings, fancy metal nv
ilties. novelty chiffons, nets, etc.,
at espeoiallly low prices.
American and Imported Trimmed Millinery, $3.95 to $50.00
The newest shapes in plush, velvet, imported felt and velours featured or Autumn showing
The styles are so delightful, the trimming effects so unique and varied, description gives but a vague idea of their
splendor and beauty. Especially fetching this season are the new
Oblong effect, with trim
ming toward the back and
underneath the brim. Many with a little edging of ostrich.
The color tendencies particularly favor wood brown, rust color
and other shades varying into tan. Taupe will be worn extensively,
to match costumes and suits.
All the latest untrimmed shapes
In blue, brown, black, white,
gray, purple and red. Very spe
Silk velvet untrimmed shapes,
all black, worn for both street
and dress wear, according to
Are Invitingly attractive with trim
mings of lace, novelty ostrich stick-ups
or a large rose. .
We have a display of trimmings in flowers and feathers un
equalled elsewhere in the tri-cities for magnitude and beauty of as
sortment. Fancy feathers, in single or combination colors, in ostrich
quills, etc., priced
Comprehensive line of shapes
in large, small or medium. Black
and white combinations. They
50c to 5.00
Seventeen inch French plumes
in all the new shades, $3.00
NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODS
Messalines, taffetas, cbarmeuse,
crepe meteor and crepe de
chine. Also new novelty weaves.
Many new designs in foulards.
$1.25 Mesaaline, yard wide, in
white, pink, light blue, brown,
navy, Copenhagen andffc g
Nblack. Yard "Ul
$1.00 Satin Foulards, navy
ground, with white stripes. A
pretty and serviceable dress
$1.25 Black Satin Duchess, full
yard wide. Splendid wearing
quality.. H!aik satin fabrics
very much in demand. f J"f
Y ard U K
Serges in plain or diagonals.
Wide wale weaves, whip cords
in two-tone or plain. Prunellas,
silk poplins and cheviots.
$1.25 All-Wool Storm Serge, fl
inch wide. All colors. An ex
cellen wearing , medium weight
65c Diagonal Wool Serges, 36
Inches wide, good line of all the
newest fall colors. Wear guar
$1.25 S,llk Poplin, 36 inches
wide. All colors. Light weight.
Good for afternoon or evening
Featuring for Autumn Showing 75 CRO
Styles of Tailored Suits at $)&J
A resplendent gathering of suits at $2 5 with all the appearance cf much more expen
6ivo garments. Many of the famcus Wooltex models, fashioned from the new weaves such as
Two-tone Diay:na!s or Whipcords, Mixtures, Storm or French
erges. Doubie Cord Diagonals, Cordelines, Wide Wale Serges
Tbe roats. 32 to 24 itu-b lc ugtliF .,siiov many now ideas, such as Robesrierre collars with contrasting silk or
e!v.t w.': tntnnx.,1 W!h l,utt ns au'l raised belted back. tlot seams and cutaway fronts. Tailored suits in ele
jrar.T simplicity - other elaborately trimmed. Many of thp skirts made with side or small concealed plaits giv
ing uvi'iion mimes, i etching suits tor women and girlish models for the young miss, choice $23.00.
Suits at $35.00.
Made of every popular weave shown this season,
iiany with Robespierre collars or plaiiiQ'J J Cf
coat collars. Coats decidedly cutaway . s)OD.UU
Suits at $29.00.
Wide hw, s -i g e, cor J.'llne, mixture, whipcord,
1 reucli and Mrii srgi mid two-to'i diagonal
suits, exciuisi'ely tailored garments in fl
latest fail fnst'lens )mw)J
For afternoon or evening wear, Beautiful Evening Dresses.
$14.95 to 330
Mad of chiffon, satin or messaline, some with exquisite over-drapes of bu
gle iiet, colors nre fink, linht blue, lmcnder, gray, white etc.
Women's and Misses' Dresses, $14.95.
Vade of good quality merges, w hipcords, etc. In all colors and C 1 4 " "
ail trimmings. Good looking, all of them Ol.'j,"
Women's Silk Dresses at $12.00.
Vade of messaline. with Robespierre collar and long sleeves, edged vith
luce. In drab, brown, navy and black. CI T tii
Triced at '. 01--.UU
In Chinchillas, Velvets and other
new materials, in the
latest styles, J5.00 to
In Zebelines, Corduroy, Chinchilla,
two-toned materials, plush, etc..
A large assortment,
New Arrivals in Women's Waists
$ 3 . 3
On of the models la very pretty,
made of tine fine voile, lace col
lars, long tucked sleeves, some
with Irish crochet trim
mings and Insertions
Chiffon Draped Waists, with i.ace
yokes and lace trimming OJT
very dressy effects
Messaline and Taffeta Silk Waists,
made in newest styles, with high
necks and long sleeves, the famous
Bern hard make, very specially
priced, CO OZ
14.95,' 13.95 and .7J
English Walking Coats
Striking and graceful are the "Johnny" coats,
Made of plain and plaid materials.
Coats made of large checks and mixtures,
wost colors at
Coats of two-toned diagonals, Mackinaw plaids, fancy
mixtures, bouches and checks
Coats of Mackinaw plaids,
mixtures, large checks
GLOVES FOR FALL WEAR
Young & McCombs' Special Gloves,
two-clasp, real kid gloves,
all shades $1.50
"Young & McCombs' Special" 16
button length kid gloves, in black
and white $3.50
Silk Lined Cashmere Gloves, in tan,
gray, black and navy brown,
50c and 25c
shades . . .
'Mocha", in all
Women's Shoes Fall Styles
Tan Calf 14-button Model, made over new wide toe last, light stitched
edge, medium height, Cuban heel, good fitting ( 4 (VkSi.
o'hers' price $3.50, our price $!. 77 CP
Stylish Patent Leather Boot, with white top, plain toe, new stage lust, Cu
ban heel, elegant for dress wear. Regularly $4.00,
now priced at
English silver almond tray,
$1.50 to $2 00 fJQp
value special ,UF Jr
Children's Heavy Winter Coats
in light and dark colors, prices
ranging from $6.50 to $12.00. We
have only a small selection. Will
put on special sale price,
$3.98, $4.50 and $4.98
Children's Caps, assorted sizes.
worth 50c to $1.00 each, special
sale price only 15c and 10c
Men's Heavy Fleeced Underwear,
in shirt and drawers, special
6ale price 39c
7-inch pattern cloth, beautiful round 15-inch band Madeira luncheon nap
designs, heavy double satin damask,. kins, all linen, beautiful eyelet work,
fur regular $3.98 quality,
special sale price ,
I worth $5.00, special sale
Hair dress in the
latest styles with
each switch pur
chased. Natural wavy hu
man hair switch
es, $2.25 values
now ... $1.69
Our work guar
anteed to give
15c Swiss 9!2c a yard.
"C. T. N." Curtain Swiss, yard wide.
fancy Jacquard patterns and
coin spots Third floor.
$18.00 Velvet Rugs, $12.75
Velvet rugs, size 9x12 feet, a large as
sortment of patterns, at a big bar
gain. Third floor.
Evangeline rag rugs, 27x57 inches,
closely woven, very
special at g7c
These Goods For
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