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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS
FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1913.
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An event of intense importance to every man, young man and boy
in the entire Tri-Cities presenting unparalled buying opportunities.
Buy Your Boy One
or Two of These
Suits at These Prices
Our $10.00 values, during
this Great July CQ flf
Clearance sale fjJVI
Our $8.50 value?, during
this Great July 2tfZ QH
Clearance sale PvlOU
Our $6.00 values, during
this Great July G U Q(
Clearance safe J7JV
Our $5.00 values, during
this Great July Q
Our S3. 50 values, during
this Great Julv CiQ QH
Clearance sale" POV
Our $2.50 values, during
You men and young men who shared in the values of this same event last year need no further urg
ing. Those who did not secure any of last year's offers certainly missed out so we urge you now with
ali the seriousness and earnestness at our command to COME HERE IMMEDIATELY. These suits
in this sale are ALL BRAND NEW FINEST 19 13 HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX and SOCIETY
BRAND GARMENTS Finest clothes any man can ask for. We have sold hundreds upon hundreds
during the regular season at the regular prices and now these that remain will be turned out of the house
at utterly radical reductions. Remember we guarantee every suit, and the prices are exactly as quot
ed. We haven't resorted to exaggerations nor inflations You can see the regular prices upon each suit,
also the July Clearance Sale Cut-price. Buy at least TWO SUITS while you have the chance. READ!
Staples and Blue Serges 10 Off
Hart, Schaftner y IVTarx Finest
$98 & Suits Offered Now in
LQ OC OU this July Event For . . . .
SOCIETY BRAND SUITS INCLUDED AT
Hart, Schaff ner lMarx Society
Brand S'lEf Suits Offered Now in
Finest 3 this July Event For .
Hart Schaffher Marx and SSSK
$11 Suits in Finest Patterns Of-
Worth $18 or $20
f ered in this July Event For .
Q- r Clothcraft Suit - Si 1 75
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These Reductions Are Bona Fide
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ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
s Secure at Least Two
y Pairs of Trousers
While These Offers
Hold Good. .
Our $7.50 pants, during this
Great July Clear- 9C
ance sale PU5
Our $6.00 and $6.50 pants,
during this Great July
Our $5.00 pants, during this-'
Great July Clear- OA 1C
.ance sale JJT'aaCiD;
Our $4.00 pants, during this
Great July Clear- Q'l
ance sale JO.OD
Our $3.50 pants, during this
Great July Clear- ' fr) QC
ance sale .P.O
Our $2.50 pants, during this
Great July Clear- QT
ance sale 4)JLVaJ
Mrs. E. A. Pratt visited a few dayt
with relatives near Appleton.
Viola Coldy visited a few days last
week with relatives in Rock Island.
J. W. Cookes, the baker, has just in
tailed a new soda fountain.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckberg and
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baby, after spending a week with rela-
n. ana rriencs In Cambridge and
TiwuiiT. ien last Wednesday for their
home in Bloomington.
F. D. Ionard has purchased a Mo
line dreadnaught touring car through
the Osco dealer.
Jessie Poppy went to Davenport last
Wednesday to see her cousin. Lucille
Poppy, who recently underwent a ..
ce6sful operation for appendicitis and
U getting along nicely.
County Clerk E. E. Fitch went to
Chicago Wednesday morning where
he attended a meeting of the rate Com
mittee of the Mystic Workers of the
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Carlson and their
ruest. Mrs. H. F. Nelson and three
l children of Riverside, Cal, left Wed-
nesaay lor a visit at the home of Pe
ter Benson and family in Rock Island.
George V. Rogers spent Wednesday
in Galva and Kewanee on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boettee and
1 children of Chicago, who are visiting
J Mrs. Jioettge's mother, Mrs. M. C. Dix
on, left Wednesday for a visit at the
home of her brother, Eugene Dixon,
and family, who reside on a farm near
James R. Kenefick from Texas ar
rived in Cambridge last Tuesday even
ing ror a visit with his friends.
Arthur Stephens who resides on V.
J. Poppy's farm in Red Oak, is seri
ously ill with lockjaw. Dr. Decker of
Davenport was called Wpdna. .f.
ternoon in consultation with Dr. Wes-
Vern Richardson ul Orion was a
caller In Cambridge Wednesday morn
ing. Miss Ruth Tilleen of Chicasro is her
here for a visit at the home of her
brother. County Judge L. E. Telleen
and family. Vlss Telleen has Just
returned from visiting her brother
Martin who resides in Ohio.
The Misses Etta Terry and Agnes
Lindburg spent Wednasday afternoon
Mrs. Hague and two children of
Boston; Mass., visited at the home cf
Charles Malcolm and family here.
Mr. and Mrs. Sandford Larson and
Charles Wallin, after spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Johnson,
left Wednesday morning for their
home in Nebraska.
Miss Marian Etter of Id2ho arrived
Saturday morning for a visit with rela
tives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Talbot and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Talbot and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Talbot and
family of Galva visited with relatives
Sunday.. . ;
William Lockey and son-in-law, Otis
Kapple, visited with relatives at Ke
wanee Sunday. .
Mrs. Dan Cookes Is eonfinprf tn her
home with quinzy and measles. She
Is so ill that It was necessary to call
Ed Miller went to Galva Saturday to
visit with relaUves.
Mr.: and Mrs. Manguson and daugh
ter Maude of Osco were in Cambridge
Miss'Edtih Neville cf Osco visited
with her cousin, Mae McCurdy.
. R. Louise Fitch is taking care of
three children of Mri: George Fitch
of Peoria while Mrs .Fitch will spend
three weeks visiting her relatives in
Miss Verna Hornecker of Osco viB
Ited with Rath Nelson Saturday and
Sunday. - '
Vern Richardson of Orion was a' call
er in Cambridge Wednesday morning.
The Misses Mamie and Jessie John
son returned Wednesday morning
from a month's visit in Peoria.
Mrs. George Fitch and children of
Peoria visited at the home of E. E.
Fitch in Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Sandquist and
son Leslie left Thursday for a few
days' visit in Henry county, Iowa,
Woman Acta as Juror in Suit.
Peoria, 111., July 4. A woman sat
on a jury in the court of JusUce of the
Peace Hall Wednesday. She is Miss
Jennie Van TasselL a clerk In Justice
Hall's court. The case was orieVhere
a local liquor Ann was suing to re
cover Xiao. Miss Van Hassell did not
have a hcance to participate n a ver-
diet, as an agreement was reached said to be the first woman in Illinois
shortly after the trial began. She is I to act as a juror.
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