The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1919 Page: 4 of 6
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A SAVING STORE
TEXAS DRY GOODS CO
Boys Suits For
A Display of New Seasonable Merchandise
At the Lowest Price Consistent With Quality Offered
.•Ives -nils that will
wird wear th.it teal boys
Of Georgette, Crepe I).' Chin.' a
wash materials. Round, squat'1
V-Neck fashioned in all • f.• • d.
cute* pastel tints triinuiftl 01 .■
tmitlt'i it's and laces, fit'.
................$2.50 to $17
mi roof to sitlf walk, new fixtures, new display
completely re-arranged and refinished with but one
lias been spared to make this a store where it will
.on fan rail your store To have your friends meet
)ur slogan, "Heller Goods for the same money or the
.oil will see anti now is a good time to do your
Rate Fair which begins Oct. titb, make the “'Saving
taken care of without charge.
Fashioned of Tricotine-TriccU-Ue,
wool poplins, serge and satin.
Made in most every new style imag-
inable Rockets, pleats and but i .ns
serve as trimmings- all colors, reg-
ular and out sizes
at ............$4.50 to $21.50
36-in. Serge for 1.
44-in. Shepherd c
42-in. French serf
40-in. Storm sen.
wuol suits id sergt
and id her got a I mat eri
anil double breasted
fil and sewed Norltii'k
line styles as well as
Is some with two pair
sizes 10 to IS years
$7.50, $10.00 lo $20.00
New Arrivals of Stylish Fall and Winter Apparel
Meant Mill Dresses ol Tricotine, Gaberdines, Serge, Jersey,
Satin, Taffeta, Georgette and Crepe Ur Chine, made lip
m the most becoming style; possible. Some with the
modest overskirts, others in the dmight slender lines
which are so popular and still others with vestee effects
with close fitting sleeves. Muttons and cordons are used
as trimmings on some, while others are trimmed with
a touch of while at the neck and culls stylish narrow
belts of self material as well as leather make them all
I he more desirable. The shades are all one eould wish
lo find in dainty dresses and the prices range from
.................................. $14.50 to $39.50
M bold mi abundance of style and attractiveness, of
h fabric a Velours, Silvei lone, Iiroad cloth, Plush,
'•'t and other good materials. Some with the new
t r 1 "U : , oine with lapel collars and others with
nobby -bawl collars. Fancy belts, buttons and pock-
1 Vl :1 triitiniin: s. All are beautifully made and
leia! ip dk I in in s. All colors and shades are
'1°.' >1 to make iliis line complete in every detail.
weiitlerl itl values await your choosing. Prices
- '»‘B ll l,»' .............................$14.50 to $69.50
Autumn Coat Suits
1 liat are real creations of style and merit. Made of such
fabrics as serge, Oxford silvertone, Tricotine, wool Pop-
lin, Velours an.l Iiroad Cloth. The graceful slender lines
and the snug fitting sleeves lend an added charm that is
Irresistible. Some trimmed with buttons, silk cording, and
narrow belts, while the more elaborate models have
handsome fur collars shawl and choker styles___and
fancy silk linings, a touch of embroidery, etc.—-
and the1 vestee effects that are so stylish. All the
new and wanted colorings will be found among these suits
The prices range from....................$19.50 to $89.50
Well made with fancy 1 rimmed
lancy woolens hand-
si mu ly ma
and finished I rim
tilings of but 1.
ms and embroidery
pleats, pockets and
1 others in simple
; Dial are so attractive
for the “L
■ Miss.” The same
nil lias been given
s our line of women
8 to 14 years
to choose from
.....$4.00 to $14.50
One lot of Georgette and Crepe Pe
Chine Minuses various shades and
assorted sizes round, square or
V Neck .....................$3.45
In checks, Plaids anil Stripes —
coal and slipover styles 2 to 14
> ' at................$1.00 to $3.00
Wool, Silk anti mixed coal and
slip-over styles round or V-Neck.
All the new and popular shades that
are most wanted now prices from
...................$2.50 to $14.50
All colors coat and slip-overs
wool and mixed wool priced up-
Out of Town
If for any reason you cun not
come in person, selecl your wants
from this ml write us, and we
will gi\t* ii the same prompt al
lent ion as if you were here.
Prompt, Efficient Service Assured
New Fall Millinery
Our special display of pattern hats are the creations of New York's
foremost designers All the new and wanted colorings priced at
......................................$10.00, $12.50 lo $25.00
Meautiful Zlbeline Sailors in all Hit1 newest shades very nobby and
stylish ................................................$1.50 to $5.00
An elaborate showing of Hatter's Plush and Heaver Combinations.
In all tin* newest sailor blocks at............$9.00, $10.00 and $12.50
A witle assortment ol fancy trimmed Hats Lyon's Velvet, Black and
popular shades ......................................$5.00 to $10.00
Children’s Hats in pretty tailored models and dressy designs In
all the dainty new colors ..............................$1.50 to $5.00
A complete line of knitted Toboggans and Tams, all the highest
shades that are so popular this Fall ......................50c to $2.50
A complete assortment of blankets
eoiion mixed and wool in solid
coloiv, vilh fancy borders and
pl-ii handsomely bound, sizes
io T2xsI and the prices are very
economical now is Hie lime (o
buy your blankets for the win-
New Autumn Footwear
Wotnen's Fine Hoots or Hlack Kid, Mrown Kid and clever two-tone
creeks Louis. I1 tench and Walking Heels and with i|,e gracefiM
nlove fitting lasts. I lit1 prices range from............ S5 00 to eiim
Growing Girls' Roots of Kid and fine Calf for both’dress and ser-
\ice we,u sound, well made shoes that are made to give service and
satislact ion, '1 be prices are ................. <t;g nn i tinnn
Misses Lace Shoes, comprised of the best ’standard iiijkes A$ vide
var.eiy o styles and widths that will please the most exacUng
S ,°n inf PTs,We SiZ,'S 8V‘- lo 2 111 ••-$3.50 to $5 00
• n? -°n. S",M‘S KM- with white Kid tops
C b.innipagne Mil tops, and Grey Kid lops, also Gun-metal Million
shoes il at have a world of durability. Priced al $1.50, $3.50 and $4.25
A I all line ol Infants soil shoes, white, black and two-tone effects
pretty Bootees and First Steps at very economical prices.
The Texas Dry Goods Co
1400-1402 Elm Street
DALLAS, TEXAS [
A SAVING STORE
At Exchange Place
PROMPT DELIVERY FREE
ANYWHERE IN texIT~] DALLAS, TEXAS
12-in. All Wool French Serge
42-In. Ottoman Cords for dresses
and suits ............
48-in. Wool Tricotine for dr
and suits................SS1 "0
f>4-in. All Wool Plaids for coats
50-in. Heavy mixed Green Coat-
ing . . .’..................$4.00
50-in. Heavy mixed Brown Coat-
IS-in. Poan Velvets for hats and
scarf s .........$1.50
18-in. Plush for Throws, collars and
22-in. Dress Velvets..........$2.50
54-in. Plush for Coats........$9.50
36-in. Silk Poplins ...........$1.25
36-in. Meldings guaranteed satin
36-in. Satin Messaline........$2.00
36-in. Black Dress Satin
..............$3.00 and $3.50
40-in. Charmeuse, grey, green, bur-
gundy and while .......$4.50
-10-in. Extra heavy Navy Blue
Japanese Crepe in solid colors and
stripes, .just the thing for school
dresses, fast colors, at ........65c
Peter Pan Ginghams for school
dresses, fast colors, yard .... 50c
New Ginghams, 27 inches wide,
good line of patterns..........25c
32-in. Ginghams in new Scotch
plaids, small c heck, and stripes,
for dresses al ...............50c
New Zephyr Ginghams. 32 inches
wide, fast colors ..............65c
32-in. Devonshire Cloth, fast colors,
for school dresses.............50c
New Mercerized Poplin Reps in
all the popular shades, at ......75c
New plaid wool effects, very pretty
for the school dress, at .......30c
We will refund (he round trip
of your railway fare i any point
within a radius of 50 mill ^^^0'
Dallas, if your purchase atm^jnts
to $2.5.00 or more.
Your cotton is valuable. Protect it
ith one of my insurance policies.
Personally we try to stay sane, but
sometimes we fear we are about to be
seized by tbe craze for easy money.
One of the strangest tilings in i
world is why a little man seems
prefer a cigar as big as a rolling |
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YOU KNOW THAT
YOU ARE GETTING
WHEN YOU BUY
ii 4 n n i \r / 1 rn / v a
I 1 \ I Il irN U 1 i/r
having so much rain it is with
I real Ii u ift'li pleasure that we set
i d i • San pei p trum behind the clouds
j once more.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Sunday,
j t.v rybody is urged to come and bring
j onn oi your friends with you.
Kul us Collins worth was prospecting
hi Koine, Texas last week,
M . s Louise Pearson visited home-
led. Sal unlay and Sunday.
L H Samuel left a few days ago
lor Vu. tin. Lexus, where lie will spend
Mi ■ t*sic Miami had Miss Davenport
as in r guesi Sunday.
I • Hi Margaret Estes, who has been
n -irk, is much better at ibis writ-
ta Collinsworth, who at-
scitool in Plano, visited home-
'.uunlay and Sunday,
on Former entered Hardin’s
y i hool, at Dallas Iasi week.
K. C Fortner was a Van Als-
isitor Iasi week.
e Lorene Yarbrough visited
s here Sunday.
uul Mrs. E. M Estes made a fly-
p to Frisco Sunday afternoon,
mil Mrs, Land and Mr. and Mrs.
. of Kenner, visited Mrs. Jesse
worth Sunday. SUNSHINE.
"NLug. pecan gathering and all
trespassing of any kind is for-
on on my faint. Offenders will be
■ ■ i' ll i I'ganlless of who they are.
\V. P. ALDRIDGE.
unlay a (rude was closed by
1 ' K. Dickerson bought from
I Ci. Turner the dwelling on
Main Street, known as the F.
■ r old home M r. I ticker-
1 old his home in the north-
. "i tin city io Oliver I high
, In will soon move with his fam-
o his newly purchased home.
Mis. L. B. Weaver and daughter,
Miss Malta, were shopping in McKin
Miss Ellen Bobbins was the week-
end guest of her cousin, Miss Pansy |
Masters, of Parker.
Knight Mliliken and Miss Henrietta
Ingram were married last Saturday
evening at Hie home of Rev..I. B. Jack-
son, ol Allen. The groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Milliken, of this
community, and thw bride is a daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ingram, of near
Allen. They are both popular young
people. We wish them every success
throughout life. They will make
their home in this community.
Mrs. Sebe Williams was shopping
in McKinney Wednesday.
Joe Arnold left Sunday for Baylor
l niversity, Waco, where he will take
up his studies for the ensuing year.
William Arnold Jr. is suffering with
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carter enter! lin-
ed the young people yvitli a party Sat-
Raymond Wilson is quite sick with
Arthur O’Brien returned Saturday
from a few days’ visit to Hugo, Okla-
J. E. Miller and Ed Lane were busi-
ness visitors to Dallas Saturday.
Frank Blazer, of McKinney, visited
his cousin, Sam Nelson, and family,
Mr. and Mrs, Chaddiek and daugh-
ter. Katberine. were Dallas visitors
Subscribe for your magazines now*.
I have some attractive clubbing of-
fers, good only until November lit.
MRS. H. M. BLANKE,
The Star-Courier is sorry to lea n
that Verna Williams, seventeen- eat-
old son of Mr. and Mrs. J f> Wil-
liams. is ill with tvpboid fever
300 clean syrup buckets. Will pay 10 cents each for.
Just Received—A fresh barrel of new Kraut.
Plenty of Pineapple of all kinds.
Fresh Dates. Freeh Pancake Flour. Fresh Potato Chips.
Domino and Powdered Sugar. Chase & Sanborn’s Coffee.
C. J. HAYDOM
W. M. HEDGCOXE, Manager.
“One Hundred Shows in One”
AUTOMOBILE SHOW tT
A Palace of Pleasure Cars
Sedans, Touring Cars, Runabouts, Sport Models, Limousines
All the Latest Ideas in Speed, Endurance, Beauty, Comfort
Fleets of Sturdy Trucks for all Hauling Xeetfs
A Delightful Community Social Center
Music A Majestic Art-Fountain Dancing
$20,000.00 in Purses Death-defying Speed Demons
Interesting AUTO POLO Exciting
Match Games Afternoons and Evenings
Between Picked English and American Team
Train Loads of Tractors and Trailers
That Make All Farm Tasks Easy
ADMISSION TO GROUNDS, 50c.
*' N’ 8uT1P*on» p'e9t' W. H. Stratton, Ssc.
STATE FUR oftfib
WUXS.OCTOBER 6^19 |9|
my farm or
for any oth-
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f who it may
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The Plano Star
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DR. E. L. BURTON
Practice Limited Tn
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT—GLASSES
Office 210 South Tennessee Street
McKinney, Texas .
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The Plano Star-Courier (Plano, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 3, 1919, newspaper, October 3, 1919; Plano, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth570417/m1/4/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.