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I I V - 1 1 II I JnilUuJ' YOLUMEIX. COOKEVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1911. NUMBER 37. P' I TTTf O O O o o o d. B r Cookeville's Leading Store Announce Their Formal Showing of FALL FASHIONS September 19th, 20th and 21st Autumn 1911 Millinery A more pleasing exhibition of Autumn millinery has never been offered.. Pat tern and tailored hats, rich colors and and color combinations: that include all the coronation shades, gold, empire, sapphire, purple, kings blue and strik ing black and white effects. Soft silks and velvets a sheath, a bow, a wing or an ornament all in the daintiest . ar rangement. You will find style and ' variety as well as littleness of price of more than passing interest. . Miss Sarah Henson and assistants will take, pleasure in showing you thru this department. - A Superb Display of - new r an Diiits and C We are confident that no such com pleteness has ever marked an advance showing as is evident in our present arry of Fall suitsf and cloaks. In every feature-materials, designs, colors and trimming effects. The tendencies of the season are emphatically asserted. You should certainly avail yourself of this opportunity to view a most re markable advance exhibition of Au tumn fashions , An interesting feature in connection with our ready-to-wear department is the fact that we alter and fit all garments free of charge, Mrs. Nina Embry Having charge of the alterations. Your presence is most respectfully urged PINCUS BROS. . - ' ' mm.