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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1913.
Young & McCombs Tri-Cities' Largest Quality Department Store Young & McCombs The Coolest Department Store in the Tri-Cities Young & McCombs
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Wc CAN and WILL make this Friday BEST is the word that has gone forth to each department, manager in this store. It is a slogan
of price cutting such as you never before knew Look at the values advertised on this page and judge them as mere samples of the bar
gains to be thrown out for Friday Others not advertised are equally as great, and, in fact, many offer even more wonderful chances to save
, money From peak to pit this store is ready for our Greatest Bargain Friday. No phone or mail orders on special sales items. Come!
An Astonishing Final Clear Out of In Complete Readiness For Our
Laces, Bands, Appliques
7 to 9 inch -wide, heavy weight,
In cream and white. Values to"
$7.50 per yard, at just z price.
Ratine Trimming Edges 9c
Suitable for linen or ratine
dresses. Choice of pink, blua, lir.-
en or white. 18c value, for Fri
day, 9c yard.
25c Swiss Edges Friday 10c
from 3 to 6 inches wide suitable
for dress or lingerie purposes in
sertions to match. Worth 25c yard,
for Friday only 10c yard.
We're routed out all the soiled Art
Linens in the Needlework Store, and
will Bel! them Friday at half price!
Far too many kinds to quote de
scriptions, 'or Individual prices. There
re hundreds of dainty Scarfs and
t'enters that need only a Monday to
make them correct. Regularly 20c to
$4, for half-price.
Needlework, Second Floor
In the Clearance
Samoset Chocolate Box Candies, Be
Assorted Chocolates. 1 lb. Box. 38c.
Chief of Them All. 2 lb. Box. 76c.
Assorted Chocolates. 1 lb. Box, 45c.
Candy, Main Floor
AH Linen Dresser Scarfs, escal
loped edges and open work designs,
Size 18x54, $2.25 value, each $1.19.
Size 18x45, $1.98 value, each 98c.
Size 18x45, $1.75 value, each 75c.
All Linen Center Pieces, trimmed
in linen lace, centers embroidered.
Size 24 inch, $2.75 value, $1.35
Size 45 inch, $3.98 value, $1.98
All Linen Center Pieces with es
24 inch, $1.39 value, each 75c.
36 inch, $2.25 value, each 98c.
Linens, Main Floor
Eleached 9-4 Sheeting, 1 71
28c grade, Friday, yd .1 jC
Stocks are far too heavy,
and e have determined to
eftect a stirring riddance,
Friday, by such means as
$1.50 Wilson Bros.'
Shirts in all sizes.
Special for Bar
gain Friday, 93c.
Shirts with attach
ed collars, worth
up to 75c, Friday,
75c White Balbrig
g a n Undershirts
and Drawers, Shirts
with silk facings.
Special 49c a gar
ent. 50c Underwear in
balbriggan or por
ous knit, 37c a gar
Men's Wear, Main Floor
At Home with the Jardines Lilian Bell
The Black Wolfs Breed Harris Dickson
Blindfolded Earle Ashley Walcott
A Box of Matches Hamblen Sears
Brukexpeare George A. Lawrence
By Force of Circumstances Gordon Holmes
TU-j City of Delight
The Corslcan Lovers
Diana of Dodson's . . .
Dimbic and I
"tin iHH 12
-Bert Leston Taylor
E. F. Benson
Charles Felton Pidgin
Elisabeth Visits America- ...
The Federal Judge
The Fighting Bishop
The Forge in Forest
The Fortunes of Fifi
Franoerka .'. .
The Game and the Candle ..
A Gentleman of Quality
The Golden Hope ,
Haael of Heatherland
The Island in the Air
Charles K. Lush
Herbert M. Hopkins
Marie Van Horst
Charles G. D. Roberts
Molly Elliott Seawell
Molly Elliott Seawell
. Eleanor M. Ingram
Frederic van R. Dey
. . . G. Frederic Turner
... Robert H. Fuller
. .. Herman K. Viele
... . Ernest Ingersoll
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Fields Are Ripe With Saving Opportunities and Women
Will Be Gleaning Friday
A test of the good housekeeper is her cleverness in choosing the time
to "stock up" on wares needed in her home. Friday she can buy ahead for
six months from large stocks ol nerfect merchandise at savings averaging
a third. She is finding now: ,
Farafine, 8c per lb.
Pure refined Parowax for seal
ing jellies, lb. package, 8c.
Ice Cream Freezers, $1.69. 1 qt.
Schram Fruit Jars Schram
Fruit Jars, 1 qt. size, Friday spe
cial, 4c each.
Gold Band Teacups and Saucers
Friday only 9c.
Decorated Fruit Plates regular
price 10c, Friday 5c.
32 to 26 inch Tub ' Silks in - neat
stripes and cluster stripes on white
and blue and cream grounds. 58c qual
ity, Friday only 35c.
27 inch plaid Tissue Gingham, 19c
quality, Friday only 12'ac.
at Savings of a Fourth.
Men's and women's Suit Cases and
Traveling Bags of good solid oak
tanned cowhide, with brass trimmings
and leather linings. Some have hand
stitched edges and corners. All are
remarkably well made. 25 off for
Friday. West Aisle, Main Floor
100 Piece Dinner Set
Finished in gold line decorations,
Linen Tablecloth at 29c. (Two
yard limit) ; none to children
Boys $5.98 Suits, $3.89.
Boy's $3.50 Suits, $2.29. -
Swift's Pride Soap, 8 bars for 24c.
Swift's Pride Washing Powder,
' 26-lnch Umbrellas for 39c, (only
a few left).
Women's 18c and 20c Hosiery 10c.
Women's fine ribbed Union Suits
Embroidery at 4c a yard.
Five Men's 10c Linen Handker
chiefs for 25c.
Five yards Apron Gingham for
29c (limit 10 yards).
USE A TRANSFER!
Ho, for a canfp by river, lake or woodslde! A most cool and refreshing
thought. Yet people have been known to take camp chills which brings
us to the question of Camp Blankets;
Greatest Bargain Friday on
the Second Floor!
ing of $1 KJQ
Sizes 6 mo. to 14 years. T
Surely no mother had ever expected
to buy a pretty, stylishly-cut White
Dress for so little! Yet here are many
styles, embroidery and some lace trimmed, made
of lawns and other hseer white materials in plain
white. . Carefully cut and made. Easily washed.
Fine fitting models. Slightly soiled in the store,
but all will come out of a tubbing fresh and spright
y as when -ew. Worth $1, for 59c.
" For These:
Colored Suits; Ev
ening . Gowns ;
White Wool Suits;
Silk Dresses and
All Linen Coats or
Suits, Choice, $2.89
. Women's Princess Slips, made
of a very good cambric, trln&
med with torchon laoe and rib
bons. Pin-tucked flounces, too.
A good $1 value, Special for
Friday, 59c '
$1.50 values 98c.
$1.25 values 75c.
9Sc values 63c
75c values 48c.
59c, 89c, $1.50.
$1.75, $2, $6.
- Wool Blankets,
slightly soiled, $4.50
to $18 values, at
Just Half Price.
To Make Room for New Goods Now on the Way:
In Babel t George Ade
Joan of Oarloch t .. Albert Kinross
Judith Grace Alexander
Tho Key to Yesterday Charles Neville Buck
The Lady Without Jewels Arthur Goodrich
The Last Woman . Ross Beeckman
Lawrence Clavering A. E. W. Mason
Lazarre Mary H. Catherwood
The Legionaries : Henry Scott Clark
Like Another Helen George Morton
The Master of Appleby Francis Lynde
Montllvet Alice Prescott Smith
My Friend rrospero Henry Harland
My Lady Teggy Frances Aymar Mathewa
Old English Ballads Hamilton Wright Mable
Old English Love Songs . . . Hamilton Wright Mabie
The Other Side of the Door . . . Lucia Chamberlain
The Pioneer Geraldine Bonner
The Prince of Europe .. Ouida (Louise de la Ramee)
The Prisoner of Mademoiselle ... C. G. D. Roberts
The Ranche on the Oxhide Henry Inman
Reminiscences of Peace and War . . .Mrs. R. A. Pryor
The Road Builders Samuel Merwin
Robert Tournay William Sage
A Rock In the Baltic . Robert Barr
Rosnah Myta Kelly
The Scarlet Empire David M. Parry
The Seventh Noon Frederic Orin Bartlett
She That Hesitates Harris Dickson
A Sister to Evangeline C harles G. D. Roberts
Son of the Wind Lucia Chamberlain
The Spectre of Power . . . Charles Egbert Craddock
The Splaadid Idle Forties Gertrude Atherton
The Straw Rina Ramsay
Tattle Tale tf Cupid Paul Leicester Ford
the Apple of Discerd Earle Ashley Walcott
The Tysons May Sinclair
Virginia of the Air Lanes Herbert Quick
The Way of the Gods John Luther Long
Special Sale of '
25c Brassieres 19c
Made of strong muslin, yoke of em
broidery, lace edging, reinforced un
der arm, four bones in frpnt, cross
over back, just the thing for the new
low bust corsets; can also be worn
Instead of tight fitting corset covers;
hold bust firm and from falling over
corset. Sizes 34 to 44. Special, 25c
value, for all day, Friday, 19c.
Poise, that intangible, indefinite
something which reflects restrained
vivacity in the maid and queenly bear
ing in the matron you can scientific
ally attain when you wear a Gossard.
One of the most gratifying instances
of modern corsetry is to witness an in
different, careless figure quickly chang
ed to comeliness and beautiful lines
by wearing a correctly fitted Gossard
Corset. Thousands of women are so
improving their figures every day.
You can improve yours by beginning
now but insist upon being correctly
fitted. Corset, Second Floor
75c to $4.50 each
Buffet in golden
and fumed oak
$12.50 to $8l00.
Dining Room Tables, 6
foot, grain oak polish
finish, from $12.75 to
m a h o g a ny,
C i r c a 8 sian
en and fumed
from $6.50 to
Iron and Brats Beds
ranging in price from
$2.25 to $40..00, at a
consist i n g of
and Tables, 25
All Leather Fur
niture and Bed
Friday morning we will place, gain, on sale at a price lower than has
been quoted in the Tri-Cities previously, all of our untrimmed Panamas.
Values up to $10. Cus
tomers who. are bargain
wise will- decide on the
above for mid-Summer
and . early Fall wear,
knowing that these Pan
amas should retain their
fresh look for years, and
give them several sea
sons' wear, twisted into
almost any shape desired
to suit the face or new
styles. Choice, Friday
Millinery, Second Floor
Choice of All Our Men's Business Oxfords
Dressers in ma
fumed oak fin
ishes from $9.75
in golden, . ma
oak and waxed
oak finishes from
.$8.25 to $32.00.
Choice of any Women's Oxford in the store, $2.
Odd Line of , Odd Line of
Women's Oxfords, Child's Oxfords,
Choice Friday, $1.49. Choice Friday, 69c.
Boys' Oxfords, patent
or gun . metal finish,
values to $3.50, choice
Hair , Goods Special Prictcr
Our Hair Goods Department is patronized by discriminating women.
The strict policy we consistently adhere to In offering only reliable human
Hair in the latest fashionable dressings, etampB this parlor as a leader In
La Trefle Toilet Water, $1.00 value,
Trailing Arbutus Toilet Water, $1
New English Bath Tablets, 20c val
Other articles all greatly reduced.
For Friday we will sell regu
lar $1.25 and $1.50 velvet and
tapestry Carpets in rug lengths,
iy2 yards in each rug, at 25c
each. Third Floor
. Sanitary Cou ches, full size, $4.75 value for $3.69.
Remember! All Summer Furniture, Friday only.including Hammocks,25 off.
3d, 4th and 5th Floors
All around Trans
formations of Natural
Wavy Hair, a great
boon to women with
thin hairr Value $4.00.
Special at $1.90.
Free Hairdress with every purchase of $1.00 or more in our Hair D-
partment. Second Floor
At $1.90 We Offer
24-inch Switches of
natural wavy Hair in
all colors, value $3.00.
Special at $1.90.
SO-inch natural wavy
3-stem Switches. This
Switch can be used as
one switch or as three
Value $6.00. Special
Tri-Cities Largest Quality Department Store
Young & McCombs
Co-Operative Store Co., Rock Island, 111.
We Undersell Because We Underbuy
Many little help3 for the Sum
Strip of 36 Initials, 5c.
Roberts' Gold-Eyed Needles, 5c pkg.
Thimbles, 1c to 5c each.
Button and Buttonhole Strips, 15c.
Mrs. Newcombs' buttonhole, 15c yd.
Dutch linen Tape, all sizes, 4c bolt.
Roberts' Scissors and Shears, 25c
Embroidery Edge raid, 1214c to
White and colored Finishing Braid,
10c to 25c bolt.
Vanta Twistless Tape, 10 yard bolts
Kohinoor Snap Fasteners, all sizes,
Wire Collar Supports, 1c each.
Twin Bone Collar Supports, card 5c
10.T Pins, 8c pkg.
Omo and Kleinert Shields, 20c to 50
Bowstring and Coates Thread, 5c
Corticelli Silk Thread. 10c spool.
Mr. and Mrs. Kred Avery are visiting
st the horns or Urt Avery tun
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simpson and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Genung were
guests last Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Walthers of Zuma.
Ai3. Sophia McConnell gave a vari
ety shower ia honor of Miss Hattie
Williams last Saturday evening. A
large crowd attended and enjoyed a
good time. Miss Williams became the
bride of Frank Simpson Tuesday
evening at the home of the bride's par
ents,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams.
The. Bethel Ladies' Aid society will
met at the home of Mrs. Fred Fillmer
next Wednesday afternoon, July 30.
New York An order citing the
American Tobacco company and the
United Cigar Stores company to ap
pear !a the United States court of ap
cit court's dissolution 'decree against
Judge Hand. The two companies are
directed to show, cause why the cir
cuit court's Ulssolutioa decrea agajnat
the socalled tobacco trust should not
be corrected to conform with tha man
date of the United States supreme
All the ( Ers all the tim The