The Sunday Morning Herald. (Amarillo, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 24, 1910 Page: 2 of 12
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A Greater Store
THK SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. SUNDAY APRIL 24 1910.
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r ving to the fact that it has been impossible to get a satisfactory lease on
c present buildings we are compelled to
'Dispose of our entire stocli of Ladies Wear
Regardless of Cost and Original Selling Price
This sale witt start nest Wednesday morning. Nothing will be reserved?
fixtures and everything included
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H ST . Isaacs) recently eamr from California ti renew the lease on the present quarters with the intention of rev
mo y- rsg the building at the expense of the firm The present rental $350 per month was offered for a ten
ycr 'eise and the lessees agreed to remodel the building at their own expense and equip one of the finest stores
if : state. The rental asked in excess of our proposition was more than any conservative business house
could give if they expected tomaintain a reasonably low price standard.
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Our plans are not frustrated; they are only "delayed.
We will eventually have a store of which we and the
people of this city can be proud and will continue to
maintain our leadership as Amarillo's biggest best and
In the meantime we shall continue in business in the north half of our present quarters now occupied by our
men': clothing We hayen't the room there for our big stock of ladies' apparel so we have decided to close
out all that remains at once. Our big sale of ladies' wear wilj start promptly on Wednesday morning. We
are sacrificing everything to move these goods out at once and we Want your co-operation. We are going to
meet you more than half way in the matter. Don't think of buying a single article of Ladies' Wear until after
the opening of our sale on Wednesday morning.
We thank you for your past patronage and feel that
you are with us in this move for a greater store for a
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A Greater Store
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