Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, July 14, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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MDFORD MATE TRIBUNE, rEDFORT), OREGON, WEDNESDAY, '.TUBY 14, 1915
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Medf ord's Largest
Store Closes Its Doors
To Prepare Entire Stock of All
Departments for a Quick Clean Up
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This will be the slaughter of good, honest merchandise. The most colossal merchandising event ever placed belre
Closing Out 1
All Millinery at
One-Half and Less
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hats, shoes, furnishings. Everything for women!
of dry goods, silks, millinery, suits, she
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This reliable store known &11 over Southern Oregon, established for years, and beyond a doubt one of the largest stocks! 1
everything carried by the large stored of the cities. Full line of Boys' suits. Full lines of hats shoes, underwear, shirts, 3i
shoes. Full lines of ladies1 suits, millinery, children s underwear and hosiery. Ladies' corsets. Full lines of the thou&ds
said that this stock is being prepared for a hasty clearance. No stone will be left unturned in the effort to dispose of tar
in Southern Oregon.
The Good Name of this Store Stands Behind Every Article
Sold in this Bit; Sale.
JUST A FEW PRICES, GIVEN AS AN IDEA f
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS SPECIALS
f0t Dross Goods 29
75e Dross (loods .'J9
$1.00'J)ross (loods, extra special 59
Entire stock reduced.
Everything going nothing resorved
WASH GOODS BARGAINS
20c Fatfcy Figured Laco Cloths 10
Toe a,nd 18c U2-in. Kuncv Lawns 10
.f5c fcot Ion Crystal Cords 19
$1.00 Untinos, all colors, 10-in 19
50o Bumi Silks, special 29
IHfi liuicios 9c
12Vto Plain Lawns 7
25c; Linen Finished Cloth 10
25o and :5c Wash floods, whito 9
20o Batistes ...36
H5u Fancy Wash Goods .....'..-(
10c ruslin dV
05c Largo Shoots, spooial 39
80 Cotton Towoliiiff 5
10c Unbleayhod Aluslin ...M ..5
BEDDINGEXTRA SPECIAL
05c Cotton Blankets . 49
J!K00 Cotton Blankets 79
$1.33 Cotton Blankets 98
$2.00 Cotton Blankets $1.40
$1.25 Quilts S9
$2.00 Quilts $1.39
$1.25 Comforters ...t 9S
$1.50 Comforters $1.19
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
'13c Children's Gowns 29
03c Ladies' Gowns 49
$1.00 Ladies' Gowns 79
$1.23 and $1.50 Ladies' Gowns 9S
$2.50 Ladies' Gowns $1.75
$0.50 Ladies' Gowns $2.19
05c Ladies' Drawers 49
G3c Ladies' Skirts 49
$1.25 Combination Suits S9
LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS
One lot onsalo 29
One lot on sale . 49
One lot on sale .' 79
One lot on sale 98
Thcso aro values up to $1.00.
EXTRA SPECIAL ON LADIES'
SHOES, 200 PAIRS
$3;00 Ladies' Shoes :. 29
Another big lot $3.00 Shoes 98tf
$3.00 lot Ladies' Shoes $1.59
$3.00 Up-to-I)ato Shoes $2.19
Every Shoe in the houso reduced.
LADIES' APRONS AND DRESSES
G5c Coverall Apron : 29
$1.2o J louse Dresses .
$1.50 Crepe Kimonas .
$12.50 Silk Drosses ...
One lot Girls' Middies
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..$1.19
..$G.50
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PARASOLS
One lot while they last, values to $3.50,
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$2.50 and $3.50 9S-
CORSETS
Ono lot, special ...:. 39
$1.25 and $1.50 9s
" LADIES' FANCY HOSE
50c Fancy Lace Hose 19
15c Plain Black Hose 9
LADIES' VESTS
13c Vests 11
20c Vests 13
25c Arcsts 19
35c Union Suits 24
50c Union Suits 39
75c Union Suits y 595
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05c Long Chamois jjs ..
$K75 Kid Gloos M. ..
LADIES' SUITS WC(
$12.30 and $15.00 Sff....
$18.00 and $20.00 Rji-,
$25.00 Suits at . -J
$30.00 Suits at M
Present your SalesSmt
secure TrASt;
CHIIgta
75c Koveralls . . -S--25c
Children's UoS
25e Boys' Blouses S
25c Boys' JIats M-
25c Children's Vugf r
G5c Boys' Shirts M
G5c Boys' llats .i
$1.00 Boys' nntS
Space does not permit us to go into dotail as to prices. Other merchandise will bo marked in accordance with prices quoted. This is not simply a sale of odds and ends, but it is a sale of every article in tlKj3an'
bargains. A sale so big and so great that tho name M. M. Department Store will ring in every h"iiiu
Be sure and come to the big
gest, the greatest sale ever
held in Southern Oregon.
Nothing will be sold before
Saturday. Doors are closed.
Sale Starts Saturday, July 17th at 10 a. m, prompt, and will coiitinip
M. M DEPARTMENT
Salespeople Apply at Back )r
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