The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 29, 1926 Page: 3 of 12
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Among the Sport Frocks
iMi[M'rbly simple^ as arc all of the season\s sport iidmIi-Is.
1 hese little frocks arc <lushilii>lv votithful. Developed in
crc| ellni, one ot the .smartest new materials ami follow-'
ing in all its refreshing details, the winter silhouette.
Opening Price $10.75
Service Chiffon Hosiery
Qkirta axe shorter. By this token hosiery is more im-
portant than ever. The instep, the ankle, the call mu;.t
never have a wrinkle. The texture must be flawless
and elear—and the color—well, you'll have to come in
4nd sop how lovely the shadintrs are. Flesh, grain,
'stroller tan, tuscan, moonlight—more shades than the
modest rainbow ever thought of showing. At-- £
Feminine Footwear \
.Bvery womau wants to look chic and clever—but not
vulgarly so. Our beautiful shoes are tastefully dashing
and colorful, but always within the confines of taste.
Have you seen our new assortment T
v M , n
For the slim vouthl'ul figure these linis-ic ii and >1
in sets arc an ideal costume lounilalion. Ninon'It
daintily lit t inn t hi-v lire easy to launder, and re I
their lovely shades of coral maize, orchid, rose
and white after repented washings. At
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
NEW STORE IN ALBANY
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30TH
—What a world of suggestion in these fed words—what
a wealth of possibilities tcr Albany and surrounding
country—A COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE right
at your door selling quality merchandise at the lc west
possible prices. WINKLER'S are now operating a chain
of Stores with buying power second to none. We are re-
ceiving new goods by Express. Freight and Truck. All
merchandise will bear the WINKLER stamp of Quality.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY
WHERE QUALITY REMAINS AFTER PRICE
What Color Are
Ail the shades that are warm and
rich and shimmering have a place in
the season's silk display. Crepe
^atins ot intriguing weaves and
e.hnnsring hucsa kittens ear crepe,
velvet and novelty -.netal cloths.
All of the.in bid for a place in youf
winter wardrobe—and you'll find
Ihem charmingly adaptable to the
newest patterns, A yard
$1.45 TO $2.95
Far fflie Just Beginners
Five school dnys in the week null*
real demands on the little folks'
wardrobe. Why not have plenty of
bright new apparel from our offer-
DRESSES $1.95 UP
8w«at«ri—Dainty little woolens with
stri|H's and pray bandings. Some of
them button snugly down the front
and can be worn on cooler days.
Wash Frocks—Finest sturdy ging-
lia.us share honors in this group of
junior wash wash proof frocks. At
Warm Wool®ns—Flannels and s oft
twills for the very small girl. A bit
of snwking or a few dainty tucks
give them a grown-up cleverness. A?
These neat and becoming drcsrss
ate made of gingham, linenes und
Ichambray, They are all full c.ut
with deep hems in straight line and
belted models. Blue, pink, orchid
98c TO $1.95
Fine Ribbed Underwear
Snug union suits with soil cotton
Jiliish next to the body outside. It
has a comfortable smoothness fill
its own and is perfect for wear un-
der the new close-lit ting Crocks, at
A Sport Oxford For
A very smart contrast of novelty
tans and pluin leathers makes this
outdoor shoe most popular for
school folks. Wearing them every
day rain or shine doesn't dim
their .-martnc.ss a liit. At
Plenty of Towels
An abundance ol' towels imikes house
keeping .n,uch easier. These heavy
lurkish towels arc plenty l)i^ enough
and have just the ritrlit roughness
to leave the skin flowing. He sure
to order |ilent\ at
SOME OF THK FAMOUS LINLS OF MERCHANDISE
WE WIIX SELL
Sunshine and Peggie Paris Coats; Campen and La Yiiv*
Dresses; Relding',-: Silks; Mousing and t'hemix Hose; .1.
& K. Selby and IJuster I rown Shro«; Munsingwcar;
Gossard Corsets; Hart Schaffncr & Marx.andStyle Plus
Clothes; Edwin Clapp, Kdnions Shoes. Justin Roots;
Manhattan Shirts; Cooper and Munsing Underwear;
Lamb-Knit and Rugby Sweaters; Stefsnn and Dobbs
Hats—and many other remarkable and nationally ad-
Our Immense Assortment of
CONTAIN A COM-
OF THE SEA
The many hlonsed und dol-
man styles are so becoming
and in many variations
oi' Inline and trimming that
even wo,aan can Mud at
le-ist o.ic model that suits
her specially well.
Mere is an exceptional as-
sortment of the most favor
ed models at lower than
Suits That Are Styled to Please
Single and double breasted
models for young men are
in two-button and three
button styles and in men's
conservative three button
coats. The materials ar^
fine cheviots, cashmeres,
serges, worsteds; most of
them hand-tailored. A very
Choose your Overcoat From Our
Outstanding Stock ^
You can pick at random
frou\ our stock of co*ts and
rest assured that your
choice is right. Of course
you can cIioasc your model
too, it' you want to, but you
don't have to be careful bc-
cao.su they're all strictly
seleetd garment# in the cor-
rect blues and browns.
They're great values at
$32.50 to $65.00
A Sport Oxford for Junior Girls
Plenty of Towels
^ "ii "ill find it incredible that any o.xl'nrd with the trim
stylish lines of this model can be so comfortable. The
can wear this shoe anywhere with the assurance that
your I out wear is as correct as it is comfoi table. In me-
ilii'in w< iglit tanor black calfskin.
$6 45 to $10.00
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McCarty, Richard H. The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, October 29, 1926, newspaper, October 29, 1926; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth401161/m1/3/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.