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!WW« rV*#-4., ... raar^C-wj £•'v/n'-: 'Xr&l* «iSS® ^OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY •V* V*J! %v-i v,V trr .ny.,n'iniixwiw!i|,jji.i.),. !$ OUNG MEN in college, Young Men in high school, Young Men in busi ness or professional life Young Men who are well on in years, but who like to be smartly dressed: All such men appreciate the importance of clothes the value, from a social or business point of view, of having your clothes fit well, tailored right, correct in style and of real quality of materials. None of us, men of any age, can really afford to neglect these matters and it is so easy to be just right about them that nobody ought to be excused for neglecting them. When you can come to this store—convenient to get to, with a cordial welcome ready 7 for you—and get into one of our. or Overcoats, there's no excuse for you if you're not as well dressed as any man you ever saw. The clothes are right in every particular the important thing to you about Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes is that you know they're right as well as we do. .jr Young Men especially will like the new Shape-maker Suit an entirely new idea in clothes-making the trousers will not slip down even if you wear them without a belt. You'll find this Shape-maker a help to the eredt, athletic figure which nearly all men are glad to hate. We want to show you this new, unique idea in clothes—an exclusive Hart Schaffner & Marx creation—and sold only by Hart Schaffner & Marx dealers. We've got it, and you'll want it when you see it. -f ..pj.w'iiwpwpi'wp t-* PLUCK, PROGRESS, PERSEVERANCE AND PATRIOTISM IN POLITICS VOL. LII. NO. 3. CRESCO, HOWARD COUNTY, IOWA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1910 $1.00 PER YEAR j& .£. Ky\. v,..JL',.•••-• *•.-.•••••'«• -v """.** J~ #k ***..^ "•f- Jfi 2*1-' -£fc '^X /J&TV*1' ^1 V? iiiii iiPiS !-k. v5vf»^l:)KV»^h »*ri %*•«.. *7r Copyright Hart'Schaffner mv.:: rn^-p-:- Y,- & Mars .-. 'i' "2"'' ,. V'"' & Marx Suits 3 'J, If your boy wants a suit it, will do you a dollar's worth of good to see our $2.50 Suits (Knicker pants). They will equal any suit you can find for, $1.00 more. Xtra Good Clothes For Boys The Best Made Boys' Clothing your boy ever wore. Every suit must give satisfaction or anew one SS.OO to $7.50 HATS See sormM of the K:- our window. They are V,^ Strictly New. ••«•, V•• v. 'V.-S'.' [lUMMHHHIWlHUII 7 Have a Big Lot of Straight Pant Suits, all high grade merchandise, $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. We are going to sell them at HALF PRICE. Men's Gloves Did you buy a pair of our sample gloves last fall or this spring? Have another bunch. They are good. Every pair must be good or we give you another pair. $1.00 Gloves for 85 cents Sweaters Sweaters Buy a Bradley Coat Sweater and you will be satisfied. They co& no more than cheaper makes: PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Boys Caps at half price. We bought a Big Lot of Boys' Caps, all worth 50 cents, and are going to sell them for 25 cents. la. 1 v' ".."V* «"A«* If •n?nu •m-- yTRAGOOp 50c Caps for 25 cts. "v-J.",. T' \. 0 :, *s^t •f H" I a if