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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1913.
oMtivdv delimited with this totallv different totally uncommon showing of refined clothes for fall wear. Don't
lo nnV rliftVrrnt where won have traded before. It remains for us to prove that we can and positively will
SHOW YOU -FIXER APPAREL AT XOT ONE PENNY HIGHER COST than the most ordinary varieties
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elsewhere Here we show Hart Schaffner & Marx also Society lirana nnest ue Luxe tasnions in uie stunning
new English models in abundance of patterns, delightfully new and classy. These makes we retail here at from
$20 to $35. New Norfolks too, ready.
You men and voung men who prefer paving from $10 to $20 for your fall suit will find a whole lot to crow
about after vou buv and wear one of these exceptionally smart new Clothcraft suits in latest materials and all new
models for fall. Clothcraft suits present all the features of design and tailoring that other higher priced lines do
except the woolens are not so fine naturally can't, be, at the lower prices BUT they are good enough for any
man even at the price range of from
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$10.00 to $20.00
Blue Serge Bigger and better than ever for fall wear. Nothing so fme for business and nothing so neat
for anv and everv occasion. We show the very last word in Blue Serge Suits in the Clothcraft make, being
is garment at
for any and everv occasion. e show the very last word in iue .serge suns in tne v.ioincrdu
.ur No. 4MO Blue Serge at $18.50. Seach the world over and you'll never find an equal to this
S18.50. Smooth as silk, slick as the finest custom-made suit you ever saw. Come and let us sho
Busier and busier grows this splendid Boys' Department always in the head of the procession with newer
stvlesand finer made togs. We are showing those new Extra Pants Suits called DUPLEX (remember the
name), pure all wool with two pairs of trousers at $5 and S6.50. Nowhere can you get such garments at such
prices. .Then we have Norfolks, double-breasted suits, school suits, blue serge suits, simply elegant for the boys at
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Football FREE With All Boys' Suits
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. home Monday after a few days' visit j Church went to Kock Island Tuesday
ALEDO j with relatives. I to spend the day.
V,. C ' .Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Usilton and lit- "
Mr and Mrs. A G P.ndgford left! He son, William, returned to their : to spend a few days with relatives.
Tiiui i Jay for llumtiohlt. Nek. to sp.-nd homo in Piano Sunday after spending Mrs. S. A. Clinch, who has been
p. w;ck"ith .Mr. HridKfoid K fisier, a few weeks with relatives here. j visititiK at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
.Mrs. M. Ilaniin's. -rs. T. O. Winders and two chil- C. N". Vertrees. returned to her home
'sa Kate rnanst went to Chicago iren went to Viola Monday to visit 'in Elmwood Monday.
Wednesday to makt- a Miort vinit with .Mr. Winders' parents, Mr. and Mrs.) Mrs. Leon McWhorter and Miss
Iit.'ndn. Sidwell. Alice Spons'er were Rock Isand visit-
Mrs. Hannah Grady or Galesburg ! ors l uesaa.
ramp Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. j Mrs. L. L. Mclntyre and son, Robert
Mrs. John Limdlmri; and little son,
Jcck, v ho had leen visitinj; at the
homo of their aunt, Mrs. Margaret A. E. Stone.
Ewliig, returned to their home in Keo
kuk, Iowa, Monday.
of New Boston spent Saturday with
Mrs. William Campbell and son, ! Mrs. S. B. Decker.
Muster Marwood. of Trov Grove, re- Mrs. A. Lawson and daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Anna Maker and Mrs. Glenn (turned home Tuesday after visiting ?iary i art, oi a on, came oaiuruay iu
UtiUer of tills city and tln ir Kuest. Miss j Miss Maggie Kctchum. i visit their son and brother, T. J. Law-
Nfttic Norwood of r.urlington. Iowa.' Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bridgford spent 1 son.
v-tnt to Matben ille Wnlnesday to visit Tuesday with relatives in this city. I Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Lathrop left for
Mr. and Mrs. James Mann. ' ! The Mises Lucy and Lydia Taylor j their home in Gary. Ind., Monday after
Mr. and Mrs. Jlomer Mead went to! went to Stronghurst Wednesday to: visiting Mrs. Lathrop's parents, Mr.
Rio Monday to visit Mr. Mead's par-, spend a few days with their cousins, land Mrs. George W. McPherren.
cn'R ami uttend the wedding of their Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murphy. I Mrs. George A. Cooke and Mrs. H.
ri,.-he Howard Mead, and Miss IU-- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bates left Mon- Cobb were Galesburg visitors Monday.
1 Kom v. h i h took place at the Con . day for their home in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kennedy went
crrcatinnal church in that city Ved :Cal.. after visiting with relatives and ; to Reynolds Tuesday to visit their son,
liesday evening. j friends in this vicinity.
Mis. George Bitts and little daugh-l Mrs. M. Candor, Mrs. S. Gil more.
vt. Katherine, of Woodhull returned j Mrs. W. H. Morrison and Miss Bertha
if Cnlnrartn Snrins Pol .
You Truly." Mrs. W.
Ralph Kennedy and family.
Miss Cassie Crittenden of Biairs
town, Iowa, who has been visiting at
why you should see our new fall showing of natty, styl sh footwear that you find here,
so satisfying to your fancy and purse.
Ask to see the extremely new "French" lasts for women, with the new "kidney
heel' made in patent leather colt with dull kid top, $4.50 the pair. Many other styles
in round toes made in all leathers, also in satin.
Don't let prices get you, look for quality. That's our aim.
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the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Freise,
went to Monmouth Monday.
Mrs. C. G. Scott and daughter, Miss
Kathryn, went to Keithsburg Monday
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Scott.
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Eakin' took place
the marriage of their daughter, Miss
Carrie Margaret Eakin, to George Wil
liam Allison, both of this city. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. J. B.
Pollock in the presence of only the
immediate family and a few intimate
friends. Preceding the ceremony An
drew Aitkin o
sang "I Love
J. Cunningham of Chicago, the bride's
sister, played the bridal chorus from
Lohengrin, as the bridal pair entered.
The ringbearer was the bride's little
nephew, Drummond Aitkin, who car
ried the ring in a calla lily. The bride
wore a gown of white voile trimmed
with embroidered bands of the same
material and carried a shower bouquet
of bride's roses. Following the cere
mony refreshments in two courses
were served. The bride is one of
Aledo's most popular young ladies,
both in church and social circles. She
is a graduate of the Aledo high school
and of Monmouth college. Mr. Allison
is one of the substantial business men
of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Allison left j
Tuesday evening for a short wedding
trip and will be at home to their
j friends in their beautiful new home
on North Spruce street after Nov. 1.
Among the guests from out of town
were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Aitkin and
family of Colorado Springs, Col., and
j Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Cunningham and
i son, William, of Chicago and the
j Misses Edna and Anna Allison of Se
! Mrs. I. Kennicutt returned to her
home in New Windsor Wednesday!
'after a few days' visit with Aledo)
! W. A. Hefferman returned to his j
home in Chicago Monday after mak-j
ing a short visit with relatives in Mil
lersburg. Mrs. Hefferman and son re
mained for a more extended visit.
Mrs. A. T. Caldwell and little son.
Allen, arrived home Monday from
Biggsville where they had been visit
ing Mr. Caldwell's parents.
'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Church and
i daughter. Miss Edith, were Rock Island
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Detwiler went
to Chicago Wednesday to spend a few
! Mrs. E. Lewis went to Galesburg
Wednesday to visit Mr. Lewis, who
.underwent an operation in the Gales-1
; burg hospital Monday.
j Mrs. D. M. Wilson went to New j
I Windsor Wednesday to spend a few j
days at the home of her cousin. Mrs.
i E. Barney.
J Mrs. C. E. McPherson of Pittsburgh,
i Pa., left Monday for her home after
i making a short visit with Mr. rndj
jMre. W. H. SchreitUag. ' - . - j
i Mrs. Cora Trask and sons, Clarence 1
and Ernest, spent Tuesday in Rey
nolds with Mrs. Trask's brother and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Jones.
Mi, and Mrs. James O Marrow went
row will work for thetC. B. & Q. Rail
Miss Erma Cole of Woodhull and
Miss Murl Tiniberlake of Alpha re
making a short visit with their cousin,
Miss Augusta Lockwood.
Mrs. Lydia Bruce of Artesla, N. M.,
to Galesburg Monday where Mr. O'Mar-1 turned to their homes Monday after (Continued on Page Thirteen.)
Hand in Hand with
uiruuu irc u uvyus
is Good Luck on Baking Day."
Wheat I sow and wheat I mow:,
And get Zephyr Flour as white as snow.
You make it into the "staff of life"
So healthful, wholesome, white and light. ,
When the wheat and the miU'inu are right the flour is right and the baking is f-ght.- In the up-to-data
mills where Zephyr Flour is made from select hard wheat there is an analysis made every two hours as
the flour comes from the rolls. And a baking is made from the flour every second hour.
No wonder Zephyr Flour is uniform. No wonder
that housewives and bakers who once make its ac
quaintance are never satisfied to use any other flour.
Bake with Zephyr Flour
Eat More Zephyr Flour
Bread and Pastry.
from the Hard Wheat Land)