Oklahoma Farmer (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 17, 1909 Page: 5 of 16
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OKLAHOMA FARMER. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 7, 190 9.
TON OF COAL FREE!
To Introduce our Twentieth Cen-
tury Method of selling coal direct
from the mine to the man who burns
it, we olfer every reader of this paper an oppoitunit) to
secure one ton of coal al)solutcly free. Cict the fite 1 ><w e
offer you today if you are interested in savin-
ton of coal you burn. Itmeansdollarstoyou. ohNU Inh bUurUn.
Besides giving this ton of coal FREE to all who order at once-
wo an* iiiiiki'n^tlu* most sensational rut in prices ever known in the eon
Coal Trust Prices Smashed
FREEDOM FROM THE COAL TRUST!
Send for the wonderful free book today. It
gives you the opportunity to throw off the
shackles of the greedy Coal Trust. It tells you how you can
buy coal direct from the mine*at the wholesale price; how you
can save from Si to $3 ^ ton on your coal. YY rite foi the
hook and read it, and you will never buy another pound
of trust coal.
It tells you about the terrible, crushing ways of the coal trust. It tells you hrnv
you have been compelled to pay much more than you should pay for inferior coal. It tells
Ton why coal prices have been going up—tip-up; why you have been robbed year after year-why you
H&Vo* IT TODAY.
DIRECT FROM THE MINE
rt^SuSKr. iKK.?!E£.r £■
thing else that burns coal you can buy direct from the imne. Evegboty
should And out all about this greatest coal offer. The free book oal 1 acts
tolls von all. Just ask for this book and it will be sent to you free, prepaid.
Even it you never intended to buy any coal from us you should get this book
and read it.
Unn'l ha robber! longer by the coal trust. Here is your chance to buy your coal direct
bripb' '^certl'Vlian yoli^ve^ bmisrht before an 1 at a smaller^rice than you ever paid the coal . rust.
Get Out* Wfhokes&Bc Prices %v/i ??ee*8«n* q> i?'h
away. Y..u should send fo£ J1 j | ^ "J' vLiVuoHi'.V'^'' >our order in <• coal no
CCcV",^V^r^i™ron coal ,f. Write today and *e,
special wholesale offers.
After a Careful Investigation, Recommends We
Harman Coal Offer to its Readers
We have investigated the Harman Twentieth Century method of selling
coal direct to the man who burns it and we recommend thi* liberal otter to all
our readers. You should write to the Harman Coal Company. It is waging a
vigorous war against the coal trust. It is selling coal direct to the consumer
at the wholesale price. ■
Bv the Jlarman method the coal is shipped direct to you from the mil •
Trust jobbers and dealers with their huge profits are eliminated. It is a brave
fight for one firm to undertake against the powerful coal trust, and if y>u
your eoal cheaper you should write.
Save from $1 to $3 a Ton
WE MEAN JUST WHAT WE SAY. "We can sell you coal from $1 to $1! :i ton
cheaper than the coal trust evei sold it 1" you and w. send you better Our
coal is so much better than the stony, slaty, dusty coal you have been buying
that there Is no comparison, and while you save from $1 to $3 In actual money
on every ton, you in reality save much more than this for our coal lasts longei
anil gives more heat. _nv
vou'Tivc"'' There 'is no'switching of cars, no handling', no
jobber's laborers; then you pay the dealer a profit ; then >ou pay the dealei .
laborers, and finally you pay a large sum for a lutie pile of coal and a big
pile of profit. That Is the reason we can save you so much mone>. in it
is the reason why you should send for our free book 'Voal Facts and
learn all about this sensational plan of sel.lng ■•"al I his I k tills
vou how easy it is to save $20, $40, $60 and more ever> year on
your coal. And while you are saving you get better coal man
vou ever burned before.
Serd This Ccupon TODAY
IS GOOD FOR THE FREE BOOK
"GO A I. 1- ACTS "
Just put your name on'the coupon and tear it
oft' The i>ook will be sent to you free- on the
next mail. It tells you In thrilling language
of our great battle to stop the coal trust rob-
bery. It tells you of Robbery. Extortion,.
Blood Money, Blacklists, Tribute and
Oet this Book and read this most
interesting story • FREE. SEND
> " O AN . . .nN
A- \ ^
HARMAN COAL GO,
160 Harrison St,
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Greer, Frank H. Oklahoma Farmer (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 18, No. 24, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 17, 1909, newspaper, November 17, 1909; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc88262/m1/5/: accessed May 21, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.