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L1L x THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
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A man's appetite for smart looking overcoats is growing keener every day. He is becoming more fastidious about
their style, pattern and materiaL M. & K. overcoats are bought with this idea in mind we aim to suit the most fastid.
ious, and are showing only coats made by some of the best manufacturers in the most approved styles and patterns of qual
ity, material and are made to fit. And then, M. & K. are prepared to serve more men with better clothing than ever before. Mel
tons, Kerseys, Vicunas, Montenacs, Chesterfields, Mixtures in rough effects, made up in plain box coats, form fitting coats
Tourist belted coats and 52-inch convertible collar coats to select from.
Coacs 512.50, $15, $18 Coats $20, $22.50, $25 Coats $30, $35 and $45
You will miss a big business opportunity if you fail to lock at our varied line of suits also. From the quiet toned fab
rics in mixtures and solid colors for the sedate man, to the ever popular fabrics, which delight the eye of the man who likes
more color in his clothes, we arc showing an assortment of suits for discriminating trade.
The Clothcraft Special No. 4130 blue serge at $18.50 cannot be duplicated for the money. Other Clothcraft a, -
suits, fine worsted in tans, blues, browns and grays, worth $18 $ A 3.00
H S. & M., Society Brand and Garson Meyers' superb band tailored suits . . rt rn
S20, $22.50 up to $35.00
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Coats and Suits
For the leader in distinguishing style, quality, selection and value,
you have to look no farther than the M. & K. The style, quality and
value are always here, but in order to get the selection you can't wait
until the end of the season. Smart new styles in swagger coats of fine
quality, such as are not shown elsewhere in the tricities are seen here.
One of the most pop
son is a full length
shown here in fancy
chillas, Zibleines and
These come some
only yoke lined and
$12.50 to $39.50.
Some sold at
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ular coats of this sea-
I garment such as "
cheviots, boucle, chin-
many fancy weaves.
half lined and some
I range in price from
'i One specially priced
j ll coat in "a Saltz with
I handsome silk frogs
and links and a shawl
can be seen in many, many
models, far more than
satisfactory preference in
roys and velvets, plain
enough to afford you a
serges, cheviots, cordu
tailored or brpid trimmed. In sizes up to 51. at very popular prices. Es
pecially gooa values
has passed into
the current coin
f? of expression.
If a man asks for a
STETSON ' in any
civilized country in the world, the dealer
knows what he wants. The 'STETSON'
is the standard. It stands for beauty, dur
ability, efficiency, and all that is worth while
in the line of hats. It 'looks and it 'lasts.'"
We will back up what Hubbard says,1
so come in and see our splendid new line
of STETSONS for Fall.
Another special line. No - Name
hats, for $3.00.
Boys'1 Coats and Suits
We know that no greater selection of boys' coats and suits
are to be seen anywhere in the tri-cities. We have a reputa
tion for our boys' clothe3 because they measure up to the high
est standard. Exclusive fabrics and distinctive styles are
what make our apparel popular with the boys. They want
stylish and durable clothes as much as the parents want them
to have them.
Besides a Football FREE with
Each Coat or Suit
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Warmth, comfort and smartness
of style combined are to be
found in the beautiful fur coats
and sets, which M. & K. buyers
Lave placed here for the bene
fit of their customers. Such an
assemblage of furs has never
been seen in the tri-cities.
There are sets, muffs and odd
pieces made of Mink, Black
Martin, Blue Wolf, Red Fox,
Japanese Mink, Natural and
Black Opossum, Sable Coney,
Squirrel, Siberian Fox, Cross
and Black Fox. Every piece is
with Skinner's Satin and is guaran-
to give entire satisfaction.
Coat values $50, $60 to $125
Collar values $3.95 to $100
Muff values $3.95 to $75
Sets $5.95 to $200
Beginning with Hallowe'en and running espe
cially through November and December, there
are parties and dress affairs galore to which
we are all invited. Why not be prepared?
When you wait until the last minute and altera
tions have to be made and hurried through it
only occasions general dissatisfaction. The
longer you wait the smaller the assortment is
bound to be, too.
A new line of party dresses for the misses in
all desired colors, made up in plain and brocad
ed charmeuse, velvet and chiffon, has just been
received. They are in great demand and are
being sold at wonderfully low prices. Many de
cided styles in silks and Aeolians are also shown
and greatly desired. Exhibited in Parisian
models and American copies of these models,