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.MONDAY, MAKCII 9, 1914.
THE SALE THA T ' YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR
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Every article is marked down
without regard to the former cost
or the intrinsic value of the goods,
their superior excellence or new
ness. This is a Genuine Bankrupt
Sale at which merchandise of char
acter and standard which will be
PLACED AT THE MERCY OF
The public of the tri-cities know
my reputation as a bargain giver,
as I conducted a big sale last year
in one of the largest stores in this
I promise now to give the people
the Greatest, Genuine Bargain
Feast ever held in this state, and
my word can be relied on. It's up
to you now to get busy.
J. C. ADAMS. Sales Director.
Look for the
404, 406 15th Street, ffl"
Look for the
Of High-grade Dry Goods, Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Linens, Flouncings, Embroideries, Laces,
Ribbons, Gloves, Underwear, Hosiery, Shirtwaists, Toilet Articles, Handbags, Notions, Perfumes, Mus
linwear, Corsets, House Dresses, Ladies' Fine Suits, Coats, Dress Skirts, Silk Dresses, Furs, etc., etc.
Thousands of Dollars Worth of High Grade Goods
E SACRIFICED-PRICES SLASHED UNMERCIFULLY
THERE have been sales numbers of them held in the Tri-Cities, but never before such a
Sensational Bargain Treat as this Bankrupt Sale. Absolutely no old goods. Berglund
and Company always have had the reputation of handling only A No. 1 goods. Such is the con
dition of this magnificent stock right now, everything up-to-date, consequently people who attend
this Monster Sale will have the Bargain Treat of Their Lives. Nothing like this in magnitude
or honesty of purpose has ever been held in the Tri-Cities before. People are going to come for
50 miles around to stock up. Cost or value has not been taken into consideration at all, but the sale
prices placed on the goods will open the eyes of the public, regarding what the word bargain really means
IT WI L PAY YOU TO HELP CARRY THESE GOODS AWAY
FOR SALE PRICES
Watch for the Big Yel
low Poster Bill which
will be left at your house
for the Big Yellow Post
er Bill with Sale Prices.
They tell the story. -
We must sell out everything in this big store. In fact we are commanded to do so. Extreme
circumstances cause the most remarkable sale that has ever been opened to the people of this
community. Never again in a lifetime will such an opportunity to save money on Good
Merchandise present itself. Prices of all goods, whether herein mentioned or not, have been
mercilessly slashed. Never were such great values demoralized so utterly, so unsparingly.
REGARDLESS OF THE
This sale is of extraordinary importance both to you and to us. You get immense values for your
money and we accomplish an end that is to sell out the stock.
THIS Sale is a Scientific Slaughter of the Entire Stock, such as the public never saw before.
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tion Dry Goods, Silks, Ladies' Swell Suits, Coats, etc. Everything you need at prices you would
scarcely believe possible. If you will come, use your own eyes,-and be your own judge, you
will find to your satisfaction, that it will be policy for you to stock up for future needs.
We Mention a Few" of the Many Bargains That You May Readily Grasp the Scope of the Savings Possible
Calico at 3c a yard; Ladies' S10 and $12.50 Long Coats at $1.95, alj good styles; $1.25 House Dresses for 59 c; 10 yards bleached muslin,
10c quality for 59c; 2lAc Huck Towels 6c each; 50c Table Linen 29c; 8c Apron Ginghams at 4c yard; $1.50 Dress Goods at 79c yard;
S1.50 yard-wide Silk at 95c yard; Jap Rose Soap, 3 "bars for 19c; 15c Handkerchiefs at 5c each; $1.00 Corsets (one lot) at choice 39c; $2.50
Shirt Waists, new styles, at 95c; 50c Underwear at 27c; 20c Table Oilcloth at 1 lc, all colors; 2xAc Hosiery, per pair, 6c, and thousands of
other big bargains. Watch for Big Yellow Poster Bill with the rest of story. If you don't receive one, notify us and we will mail vou one.
IRRESIS TABLE, TREMENDOUS LOW BARGAIN PRICES THAT WILL SHAKE
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Don 't be confused, no
where else at any time
have equally as good
values been offered.
Hesitation may mean that vou will miss pettin the verv article thnt vrm wnnf-cnmo
All of your friends will be here. The sale will continue until the stock is sold out.
MAKE NO MISTAKE LOOK FOR THE BIG YELLOW SIGNS AND BANNERS.
BERGLUND & COMPANY
402. 404, 406 1 5th St., Corner 4th Ave.. Moline. HHnoU
LIJLJI WARREN H. RECK. Mzr. J f ADAMS s.i..
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WED. I liL AT 9
March 11 til A. M.
STORC OPEN DAILY .
9 a. m. to. 5 p. m. Saturday lt.
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REVENUE OFFICERS STOP
nitt ottn mi UMivuto
L'&ited &Utai rreeu cBicer bmr
en In Darecport th lut tw day
invfrstlcatlns tlr so-called "dollar and
free beer dances" that have been
scheduled tn Saturday and Sunday
nlghtM. The promoters bare been
warned that they are in violation of
law and that a repetition will remin
In proecutlon. The custom has been
to charge II admission and give away
the beer. "No club made ud of hon
est working meQ will be disturbed.
They may organize for a social time
ar.l have tbeir refreshments, but ih-y
must not sei; tickets to outsiders."
declara4 one of the officers Saturday
in referring to the threatened prose-cu'loiis.
Mrs. Slaughter's Funeral.
.Funeral of Mrs. Lulu Slaughter, col
ored, was held yesterday afternoon at
2 o'clock from the McKinley Baptist
church. Kev. J. v. Whitfield had
charge of the services. Burial was in
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faithful fri.Td l-ft Hulkx D"
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till dratv on ili.it itrar Stories.