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About St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1908)
CLOSING OOT SALE
Of the Prall Mercantile Company's stock of Dry Goods, Furnish
ings and Shoes by Lewis Bros. & Co. of Spokane
We were more than surprised with the results of the first few opening days of our sale. Crowds such as
never visited one store in St. Johns before are flocking to the
Big Money Saving Sale
The people of St. Johns know that the Prall Mercantile Company was in business but a few months and that
their stock cannot be anything but new and fresh, and that this was St. Johns' leading store for high grade goods.
They also know that when a store of this character and a stock of this kind is sold at the low price of 48 cents on
the dollar and must be closed out in 13 days' time that it means large savings to them on necessities of the home.
Come and be benefited before assortments are broken. Fortune is knocking at your door. The bargains you
want most arc the ones most wanted by all. Don't delay. People from a distance are attending this Great Money
Saving Event, as the saving on a single small purchase more than pays the car fare. He on hand early and get
the cream of the bargains.
Several pieces of Summer Dress Goods
ami Calicoes, worth 7, K ami ioc,
your choice jkt yard 5c
Ladies' Driving (Hove worth 75c for .39c
A complete line of i. 25 Parisian Cor
sets in all si.es, yours lor .89c
50c and 75c values of same 39c
Hosiery values to 350 19c
20c values of .-.aine i;o
A good I.I, Unbleached Muslin 4c
Wright's Health Underwear for men
and hoys, extra 50c values for 29c
A strong Hue of Pants and Overalls.
Remnants galore; come and pick 'em out.
Laces sorted in lots at 4c, 5c, Cc, 7c,
11c and 19c; worth double the money.
15c and 20c supporters far. 11c
35C girls Tain O' Shunters. 9c
25c and 35c girls' gloves 1 ic
Straw Hats, values to 25c, at 5c
Men's work shirts, worth 50c to 75c. . . .39c
Regular He handkerchiefs 4c
We are heavily stocked on quilts and
wool and cotton blankets; 75c quilts
for 39c; $3.50 quality for $2.39, etc.
100 working gloves, horse hide 79c
A thousand and one 5c and 10c arti
cles priced at ic, 2c and 3c.
Prices on llrown Shoe Co.'s shoes are
being unmercifully cut:
$3.00 Ladies' Shoes , $1.49
Si. 50 Children's Shoes 98c
600 Shoes for 39c
Men's $4.50 patent bolt Shoes $329
Tan Oxfords for men and ladies.
Towels, toweling, napkins, tabic linens,
rugs, spreads, sheets, lace curtains, belts,
combs, staple jewelry everything marked
at a price that makes it move at a glance.
Our clerks are bus , so be on hand early.
Don't be a dead one and wait until the sale is over and then wish you had bought this or that that you hap
pened to need. Predict your wants, write them down. Rich or poor, this sale is of vast importance to you. BE
A UVE ONE.
PRALL MERCANTILE CO.
LEWIS BROS. & CO. of Spokane