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friday April 4, isis.
GREAT FLOOD RELIEF
Beginning Saturday, April 5, at 9 a. m. and Continues for 15 Days
The Meyer-Lindorf Co. Inaugurates a Gigantic Sale to Aid in Rehabilitating the Flood-Swtpt District
of Mount Vernon and Surrounding Country mwivi
Telling All About This Sale Are Now
Being Mailed. Many Will Be
Delayed Because of the Washouts
And Bad Condition of the Roads for this
Reason the Sale Will Continue for Two
Weeks in order that all may
Reap the Harvest of this
Great Bargain Event
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Circulars Giving Complete
Merchandise in this Great Sale
; Are Being Mailed To
Every Home in
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Corner Main and Front Streets, Mt'. Vernon, 0., March 25th," 1913.
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9c Linen Toweling, for yard. V VI
10c Huck Toweli, for 7c. I W
Up to $3.50 Lace Curtains, for $1.95
65c Cork Linoleums, for 44c a yard.
95c Ruffled Curtains, for 55c a pair.
1214c and 15c Curtain Nets, for 7c
50c Window Shades, for 29c.
$1.50 Lace Curtains, for 95c a pair
$3.50 Axminster Rugs, for $2.25
$2.25 Axminster Rugs, for $1.59
$10X0 Wool and Fibre Rugs, for
85c All-Wool Carpet, for 65c yard.
30c Matting for 21c yard.,
25c Matting, for 17c yard.
Men's Work Sox; worth 10c, for 7o
a pair; 4 pairs for 25c.
Children's Dresses; worth up to
98c for 50c.
Children's Dresses; worth up to
65c, for 39c.
Women's Dress Skirts; worth $5.00
to $6.00, for $3.95.
Silk Petticoats; worth $3:50, for
$1.00 Wrappers and House Dresses
Women's $16.50 and $18.00 New
Spring Coats, for $12.50.
Spring Coats for Women and Miss.
es; worth up to $22.50 for $16.00.
Coats; worth $15.00, for $10,000
Women's 8llk Dresses; worth
$15.00, for $7.-95.
$25.00 and $27.00 Tailored Suits for
Ladles and Misses, for $19.75.
Embroideries; worth 15c, for 8c yd.
..Oc Embroideries, for 10c yard.
:!5c Corset Covers Embroideries
and Flounclngs, for 15c yard.
Embroidery, Flounclngs; worth 69c
Embroidery Flounclngs; worth to
$1, for 59c yard.
Embroidery Flounclngs; worth up
to $2,00, for $1.19 yard.
40c Dress Linens, for 25c yard.
8llk 8trlped Voiles; worth 35c, for
!5c Dress Linens, for 18c yard.
White Goods; worth up to 25o
yard, for 10c yard.
Pins, 1c a package.
serpentine Collar Stays: worth
10c, for 5c set. '
10c Safety Pins, all slxts. for So.
25c Amber Tooth Brushes. 10c
Colored Embroidery . Edalnn..
worth 10c, for 5c bolt.
1,000 Odd 'Notions; worth up to
10c, choice 1c.
Up to $5.00 New Spring Hats, for
.0 and $6:50 New 8prlng Hats,
$7.50 New Spring Hats, for 13.95.
Up to $1Q New Hats,-for $4.95.
New Spring Hats; worth $12.60,
for $7.95. '
Unbleached Muslin; worth 7c, fop
Best Calicoes; worth 7e, for 5c yd.
Pearl Buttons; worth 6o for 2 1-2c
50c Bleached Sheets, 39c.
To Be Offered at the Most Sensa-
tional Price Reductions in the His
tory of thisPopularStore.
A Sale With a Great Two-Fold Purpose
To aid the thousands in the Flood-Stricken Dis
trict to replenish their needs at the smallest possible
cost and to impress upon the people of this entire com
munity that this store never holds merchandise for a
higher market, no matter what the condition may be.
To reduce the mammoth stocks of New Spring mer
chandise, which were bought expecting the most pros
perous season in Mt. Vernon's history, but which hopes
have been shattered by the great calamity which has
befallen this locality.
We emerge from the past month's devastations
with a phenomenal value giving event that will throng
throng the store to overflowing with huge crowds of
eager buyers. Just the goods most needed and wanted.
Just the merchandise in greatest demand at this time is
offered in this sale at less than the present wholesale
prices which have been raising at a rate almost as rapid
as the devastating waters.
AS WE BUY SO WE SELL
We are members of a very powerful Syndicate,
comprising some of the best and largest storcw in this
country, and buying in conjunction with the other
stores of thiq syndicate, enables, us to command tre
mendous price concessions not given to the ordinary
stores. We have also secured numerous sample lines
and surplus stocks of new Spring Goods at our own
Never before in our history have we shown such
big stocks of fresh, new and fashionable merchandise.
Every department in the store is just chock a block
with fresh, new, beautiful and fashionable spring goods
from the foremost style and industrial center of the
country. Everything that is new and good, every new
idea, every smart style, every new weave and shade is
here in bounteous and unmatched assortments.
Railroad Fares Paid to all out of town purchasers of $10.00 or over
ror a radius of Fifty Miles
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The Store aTha$ Serves
Best Percales; worth 12 1-2c, for
New Dress Ginghams; worth
12 1-2c. for 8 1-2c yard.
18c Zephyr Ginghams, for 12 1-2e
Up to 98c Battenburg Scarfs and
25c Crepe Plisse, 14c a yard.
Hills Muslin; worth 10c, for 8c yd.
Best Apron Ginghams;, worth 8c,
for 6c yard.
Kindergarten Cloth; worth 25c, for
25c Wash Goods, for 15c.
12 1.2c Pillow Cases, for 10c each.
Mercerized Poplins; worth 25c for
Bleached Muslin; worth 8c, for 6c
Cretonne; worth 15c and 18c, for
12 1-2c Sllkollne, for 10c yard.
Ladies' 50c Silk Stockings, for 29c
Children's 15c Stockings, for 10o
Men's 25c Summer Underwear, for
Men's 50c Summer Underwear, for
Long Kimonos; worth $1.25, for
$1.50 Crepe Kimono for $1.19.
New Spring Dress Goods; worth (1
to $1.25 yd., for 69c yard.
Poulard Silks; worth 85c, for 69c
65c Wash Silks, for 44c yard.
11.00 and $1.25 rancy Silks, for
Hemstitched Hdljfs.; worth 5c, for
811k Ribbon, 3 to 5 Inches wide, for
Clark's Spool Cotton, 4c a spoot.
12 1-2c Huck Towels, 9c each,
15c Turkish Towels, 10c each.
12 1-2c Linen Crash, 8 1-2p- yard.
$1.00 Table Linens, for 69c yard.'
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25c Net Gulmps, for 10c.
25c Lace Jabots, for 10c.
Hand Crochet Shopping Bags;
worth $1.25 for 50c.
Venice Lace Collars; worth 50c
Long 811k Lisle., Gloves; worth $1,
26c Seco Silks, 15c yard.
76c Foulard Silks, for 60c yard.
50c Bedford Cord Dress Goods, for
35c yard; ,
be White, Skirls, for 60c.
$1125 Whltr Skirts, for 79c. i,
$1.50 White Skirts, for M. ,
76c Muslin Gowns, for 5c.
$1,80 and $1.10 Gowns, for 75c.
$1.60 and $1.N Gowns, for Wc.
?5c Corset .Covers, for 17c.
39c Corset Covers, 'for -25c.
59e and 75c Corset Covers, for 50e.
26c and 29c Muslns Drawers, for
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39c Muslin' Drawers,. for 25c.
50c and 68e Muslin Drawers, 39c,
$5. to $6.50 Silk Waist, for $3195.
Up to $1.50-Wh.lU Waists, .'for 69c.
$2.00 to $2.50 Whiter Waists, .for
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