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Friday, September 2, 1910. 7
ff Acclaimed by joyous throngs to be the
greatest sale Texas ever beheld ! Only
I the immensity of stock and size of sales -force kept excited massmeeting of Furniture and Carpet
I buyers from fairly fighting for the NEVER TO . BE FORGOTTEN VALUES.
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$10(000 worth of Fur
niture, 'Carpets and Rugs
at amazing nine - day
Dont compare it with any other sale you ever heard of on earth. Contrast it. Bring to mind
the greatest Furniture and Carpet bargains you have ever seen or read about and multiply them
about three to four times! That's the sensationally important meaning of this glorious event.
The very heart and soul
ripped out of prices.
Cook relentlessly follows
imperative orders to sell.
Every golden promise tested by yesterday's crush and proved beyond every shadow of doubt
by the mighty rush of selling that began the minute the doors opened and grew in volume
throughout the day. In the name of your pocket book don't jump to the false conclusion that these
values fciook too good to be true." Don't think that our boiling enthusiasm has led us to paint
this opportunity in over-glaring colors. Be wise enough to see with your own eyes.
Cook is the factory surolus seller of 10 bi eastern factories. $100,000 worth of efoods have
been consigned here to be soldin 9 daysand Cook seils if he has to virtually give the goods away. Labor Day store closes at noon. Store open Saturday
' . night untiL 10. TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
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Tliree-Piece Parlor Suite,
Chase Leather Covered
Spring Seats, worth $38.
Chase Leather Couch, full tufted, oak frame,
worth $35, , sale price . . .' . . ." . .
3-pieee Bed Eoom Suite, Oak Dresser and AAA av-
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$14 All-wool 9x12 In
grain Rugs, Sale Price
$24 50 Brussels Rugs,
9x12, Sale Price
SoM Oalv Buf f ett, Hand Polished;
Hundreds of Library Ta- !
bles Less than half price.
$12 Solid Oak orN Early En-
' glish Library Table,
Dining Table, Solid Oak, H'and Polish
ed, worth $32, sale price . ....
Big bargains in Stoves and Ringes, Go-Carts, Refrigerators,
etc. "Graniteware, Tinware, and A1 Kitchen Utensils at
Give-Away Prices. Mattresses, Carpets and All Dra
peries are reduced.
$35 Solid Oak, Hand Pol
'ished Librar Table
Carved Claw Feet;
$12 Enamel Beds -ith Biass
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