The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 19, 1914 · Page 3
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 3

Decatur, Illinois
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Sunday, July 19, 1914
Page 3
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OSGOOD DRY GOODS For the Second Monday of the Great Loom End Sale --Hundreds of new, seasonable bargains are offered, in best, most desirable merchandise. New shipments of special purchases from New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Cleveland. By far the most important event of its kind we have ever held. M «·**·*».,. oo. ta^gat^ ««w ·-· t^f^r Free Fares TRAIN fc-aggm Customers should ask salespeople for Fare S3 Refund Sales Slips. One fare with $10 purchase. Return fare with $15 purchase Second Monday of the M a nuf ac t urers' Surplus and Loom End Sales An event that will bring great economies to thousands of people! Broad in its scope-for a quantity of almost every line of merchandise carried in this store has been secured at a "price"--and will go at a " price!" It is of great variety because market conditions are somewhat unusual this year--and the tremendous collapse of one of the largest mercantile establishments of the country, brings price differences on standard merchandise that is most remarkable. We wish to emphasize particularly that merchandise involved in this sale is of highest standards. Monday Finds the "Osgood Store" Ready for Another Record Breaking Day!! No Person in Decatur Can Afford to "Pass Up" This Opportunity!! Come Early for Your Share. GREAT MANUFACTUR- I OHM FNFl ER'S SURPLUS AND LiV-JV-JlVl Eul\U III!

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