THREE hundred years ago, Hendrick Hudson, an adventurous
Dutch sailor in a little ship called the "Half Moon," sailed up what
is now the harbor of New York, and up the great river which now
bears his name.
Two hundred years later, a hundred years ago, Robert Fulton, amid the jeers and ridicule
of his fellow townsmen, who said he was a crank, and couldn't possibly do it, made a voyage up
the same historic river, from New York to Albany, in the ' 'Clermont," the first vessel ever pro
pelled by steam.
And now the country is celebrating these two historic events in a great pageant; the two
clumsy little vessels, reproduced in exact size and appearance, are to be saluted by a great fleet
of warships, assembled from all the big navies of the world; and civic and military parades and
commemorative exercises are to be held in honor of these two history events in the progress of
You'll read about it in the newspapers. Meanwhile, we've discovered something, too.
We've found that
are the best clothes made: that we can serve our fellowmen to best advantage by supplying
these clothes. It's a discovery which a lot of others have also made; more men who dress well
wear these clothes today than any other make; and the number is steadily increasing.
You can join in this sort of a celebration; you can wear these clothes; you don't have to
engage in any voyages of discovery, nor endure the ridicule of your friends; you can be as well
dressed as any man in America, at a small expense of time and money, by coming to this store
and getting into Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes.
THE WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD. WENATCHEE WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1909.
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
All their fabrics are all-wool. Grays and blues are the leading colors for suits; the variety of patterns is almost endless.
We have overcoats also in many new fabrics and models; and want you to see them. Suits $20 to $45 Overcoats $16.50 to $60
This Store is the Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
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