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THE PRIZE REBUS

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Indianapolis News,Indianapolis, Marion County, 3 January 1878

THE PRIZE REBUS

THE PRIZE REBUS

The First Prize of a $15 Suit of Clothes offered, by the WHEN Clothing Stores for a correct solution to the Prize Rebus published in the Holiday Edition of the INDIANAPOLIS ILLUSTRATED TIMES is awarded to Mr. Chas. J. Negley, Oaklandon, Marion county, Ind. The Second Prize of a $6 Overcoat is awarded to Mr. A. R. McAlpine, Brightwood, Marion county, Ind. No other correct solution received. The following is a correct solution of Rebus:

A due regard for economy in one's expense account is of vast importance to all, who aim to build fortunes in times like the present. The foundation of success ia anchored to a saving and prudent disbursement of money. Recent improvements in the art of ready-made clothing have induced lovers of economy to investigate this branch of trade. Men have come to understand that a genteel fit may be secured without incurring the expense which high-priced tailors are pleased to charge. It is incumbent upon man or boy to purchase clothing from the dealer that offers the greatest inducements. A careful inspection of stock will convince all that time and money are saved by buying from

THE WHEN CLOTHING STORES,
5 & 6 Bates Block and 10 W. Washington st.

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