The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1909 Page: 4 of 10
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Thousands of Dollars to be Tolled Out to
The Buying Public Of Harmon County.
ri-rHnn<sANn<s nf dollars for the buvinr public, to be awarded to every human soul in the saving on every purchase made
Trtthein Oklahoma. Bear in mind, friends, that we are forced * "cmh-
tors to ralse this money a'id thc great sacrifice we are making is the only possible way for us to pay our indebtedness.
We knew that the people would appreciate real, genuine bargains, and assist us to raise the cash. The first four days
te apectttio^TiMK goods have been carried from our house than ever before.. he
hktorv of our business in the same length of time. This terrific buying has been a welcome surprise to us, and we appre-
ciate the oatronase. This terrible onslaught upon our immense stock, while it has broken many lots, including ever)'dollar^s
u/rtrfh nf Immpr <rnnd« in the store Positively these prices will astound the buying public and paralyze competition. The
S iSr,'JSw shout for joyTioVSrn V M f P Mic. Prepare, make ereryUrtaj ready to attend be
Great Sale sSav You will be doubly repaid. Even you who visited the Sale already and realize the tremendous ba ga ns
this double reduction has in store for you. We promise you greater and grander barga.ns
?haneverb^ESrt new to be forgotten. Come, bring the children and stay all day.
...BROKE IH. THE
Hundreds of Dollars Worth of Merchandise Missing
h doubt the greatest crowd ever ^'re.sorein Hoi be(ore was such an anxious crowd awaiting a chance to avail themselves
the doors until they broke out the big four foot glas . r<jached fa|. Qut jnto the street, and as the doors flew back, the multitude
of real, genuine bargains. At .^, "1 nndvteor Twenty minutes after the doors opened great reductions were the talk of the to^"-
rushed in and started buying with vimi anc'vigor. h rs Hundreds of people flocked into the store buying with such eagerness that long
The news spread like wild fire and for fi !g struck it. Hundreds upon hundreds of dollirs worth of goods were missing,
before the hour for closing the More which a real money saving bargain brings. 'Well, this is
which means hundreds of satisfied eu. -on . <™ods were sold as advertised." Many were heard to say they ODtamed the greatest
the first time "IV '®'e (jyerybodv"^"! saV^sfied^ aii^so are we. Now comes the greatest gala day of a.l-the grand double reduction
Saturday pi sure and be on hand, come early and stay late.
BRAVE FIGHT OF A LADY FOR HER PORTION.
tance was called and the young lady taken home. Hi^rejs y 'For four days the crowds have kept flocking to the store
drink and last but not least, the greatest bargains ever offered mortal man.
RE.'UFMBER THE GRAND GALA DAY AND BARGAIN FEAST SATURDAY, AUGUST 14th.
W', B aM'"- M" A"" T""*"'
Lillian Coley, Ci*rtie lidwan^s, Mrs. 1. J. Chaplor, Lilla Joe Groves.
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Thacker, John Riley. The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1909, newspaper, August 12, 1909; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185541/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.