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Rock Island Daily Argit
VOL. XXXIX. NO. 81-
HOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, JANUAHY 2?, 1S01.
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When we make a cut, we cut and
and slash everything that
comes our way.
The Red Letter price is the selling price.
The remainder of our Winter stock must
and will be sold.
The London never carries Goods over from one season to another, even if we have to give them
away. Everybody will wonder at the great cut we have made in each Department. The object we have
in view we are determined to carryout, viz: CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE WINTER STOCK BE
Come early and get first choice. Sale begins Monday morning, January 5th, 1891.