The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 17, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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And Special Prices Lower Than Ever For
The whole city and country will see lower prices than they ever saw before at this great sacrifice
sale. We are going to close out the entire stock and we are going to cut the price still lower in or-
der to do it. Some people may not believe it-say we can't do it, but we invite you to come and see
for yourself. Never before in the history of Hollis was there such big crowds under one roof buying
Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, and now we are going to break the record in low prices. Whether you
have the money to buy or not, we invite you to come and see that we are doing what we say,
We are going to hive all of our new drjss goo<*s marked down sodow that you could afford to buy thorn for dish niurs. You may tJiifilj ■■'its
some big circus come to town. You may think its some bit? revival meeting going on, where every body is saving their sonls, out what obey will
be saving, are those hard earned dollars. You had better hitch up the old hos and come to town with the l est of y. ur neighbors. We bought alf
or our goods at. a bargain and paid for them, and now just to show you what we can do, we are going to turn 'em loose. We never paid the price
the othe<* fellow nad to piy including his discounts and all, in fact our price to you will be lower than that and we will prove it to you if you will
make this store a visit Friday or Saturday. The whole store Will be ablaze with bargains. Everybody knows about this sale, but they will fiud
something new in low prices Friaay and Saturday. If ypu need a summer suito? clothes, a pair of shoos, a new hat or any thin> r in the dress
goods ine, we have 'em here for you. Competition will be.weepiug when they hear of the still lower prices, may tell you it can't be truq^but we
have it here in print ana have the goods to show vou. W& nave "started something and are going to finish it.
I' Toil Haven't Got The Money Gome Any Way
Now don't that cap the climax, when Ihe other fellow wants the cash, we will sell it to you on
time and at less prices than you ever heard tell of in all the days of your life. Now decide for your
self who is with the people and who wants to help the people make this country a success.
Rp With Ik Friday and Saturday Brinf? tl*e *'hole farTlil.v tot-oWn and make this store your home and headquarters while in'
UC ww I LI I UO rilUGJf <IIIU UOlUIUajf. town. The whole store, everything under its great consolidated roof will be or. sale at a
a ; in ti-.; n ''SerVH, i nd > --in prices on them all. There will oe lots of odds and ends that you can bu.v for half the price you have paid
f.rUi.n. be i iein ti i-salf. Its the golden opportunity of-your lives. You will be loosing money if you miss it, because there will be somethings
M ai .\ou Ai l iieeu and h ve t< have and Friday and Saturday they will be marked at prices that you can afford to take them home with you. " '
If you buy a Suit of Clothes, a pair of Shoes, Gloves, Mats or Caps and find they do not fit and
give you satisfaction, bring them back and if we can't fit and suit you we will refunu the money. Any
thin; fairer than that?
We will have plenty of clerks to wait on you and a Dlace to check your wi\y,,s and packages. On the morning of the 20th Mr. J. K. Lunn,
the buyer for thin great store, will leave for the city to ouy a complete new line of Dry Goods. When they arrive you will see the latest Parisian
patterns in Dress Goods, whkt they will be wearing in the most modern cities of today..
Men.-* and Boys Suits in the Wst stjles, made by Tailors' that areknow.it the world Over for superiority in style and workmanship. He
will be in the city when they are so';! and will have them "here in time for you ty select your new Easter Suit. It .-ill bs something new ror H.llis
but when a fellow pavs the cash it r ihe ^oods he hud just as well have tha best and the latest out. Its fcai gain day with us and at the only live
spot in Hollis. Thanking you o ne and all for your liberal patronage during this great Sale, wo wish to remain your friends.
The only !ive spot in
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gains for yoo.
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Roberts, Luther. The Hollis Post-Herald (Hollis, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 17, 1910, newspaper, March 17, 1910; Hollis, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc185617/m1/3/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.