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TIIJS ROCK lSlSV AKGUS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1912.
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145,000 In High-Grade Footwear to Be Disposed of at Once.
This will be the greatest shoe sale ever held in Western Illinois. The largest
mercantile realty deal in Rock Island County, in which our location was included,
forces us to vacate our store room in a very short time, therefore we must sacrU
fice our stock at prices unheard of before.
SALE WILL BE ON IN OUR TWO STORES. It would be impossible for
us to accommodate the people in one store, so we will slash the bargains from our
two stores. Why not cut down the high cost of living by taking advantage of
this sale and supplying the family with footwear of quality.
Remember e Never Held a Fake Sale
WE ENUMERATE JUST A FEW OE THE MANY BARGAINS
Men's oxfords, were $4.00,
Men '8 patent colt shoes, were (t m
$4.00, now $ .4(3
Men's work shoes, solid,
Men's tan elk shoes, welt
double soled ,
Buy Your Oxfords Now
It will pay you to buy your Spring
Footwear during this great Shoe Sale.
Now is the time to buy Christmas
House Slippers at reduced prices.
Ladies' DancingSlippers and Pumps
at SG(o discount off the regular prices.
$4000 Rubber Stock, new, fresh goods at big
redtcuion: Look over our BARGAIN BINS
Boys' high top shoes,
Baby shoes, laee
Girls' school shoes, button
Ladies 'tan.button weU
Sale Prices fe For Cash Only
Our Two Stores
Will Be Closed
All Day Monday,
Dec. 9 and Tues
day, Dec. 10.
December 11 at
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503 Fifteenth Street, Moliire
OPEN WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
1618 Third Avenue, Moline
County Bible society, held yesterday kept for sale at tis store. For some j-f the people -ho might wish to Ly after all persons desiring to secure
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decided that EX O. Vaile, Jr., should ! V. M. C. A., but in order to make tlr put them into a more central location. ! Bible society, may do so by calling at
I i be the depositor for the society ai d j books more easily accessible and to fceaie this action. The transfer will i the Vaile book s'oie on Second ave-
At a meeting of tie Rock Island that the Locks should hereafter be Lring them more folly to tie attention , be Uiade early next week and there-inae. This title society publishes
At Y. M. C. A.
bibles for sale at the exact cost of pub
lication, in order that many who might
otherwise be unable to buy the book
may thus get It at 'he reduced cost.
Action was also taken by the soci
ety at its meeting looking to arrange
ments for a canvass of the city in the
near future by a representative of the
bible society to sell and give away
bibles to those who axe not supplied,