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The Great Rumbling and Tumbling on Both Sides of the Street Sound the Keynote of Coming Events
EWEN McINTTRE & CO.
i'LACE BEFORE YOU THIS WEEK THE MOST MARVELOUS BARGAINS
That Ever Were Introduced.
The-Losses Taken from First Cost, the Unprecedented Quality of the Goods Offered, the almost incred
ible markdowns, the courage it takes to lose money as we have done, in order
TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE
ISA GUARANTEE OF THE DETERMINATION WITH WHICH THIS SALE WAS STARTED, AND
A SACRIFICE OF MERCHANDISE,
ladies and Gentlemen, hitherto unknown to modern retailing. "We appreciate yonr trade, we admire your liberal responses to our Clearing-out Sale, and thank you most
heartily for it. Our mission is clear. Our values are beyond conception to those who know the value of merchandise.
The majority say it's impossible.' Others say, is it possiblathat we can purchase at IcHTYRE'S such magnificent goods at these ruinous prices?'
Tes, it's a fact; $3,000. and over was ; the loss taken in the Silk Department alone; Why did we do it ? Because we will carry no goods over to the chosen side of - the;
street. lerchandise bought for this side ; will he sold on this side-never on the other.
WE HOW YOU LIKE TO BUY GOODS AT TEN CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
We Offer You That Great Inducement Now.
AO TRUST WHEIT WE EXPECT TO GET A HUNDRED CEFTS Otf THE DOLLAR 01 THE OTHER SIDE YOU WILL KINDLY GIVE US YOUR PATRONAGE THEN AS NOW,
Silks.
We were taught in our early dry goods
training to. be candid with our custom
ers and they would be candid with us.
It will take but a few words to tell this
silk story. Many odds and ends left
during our ten years of retailing, and
although we have marked down this
season's silks to prices that seem almost
incredible, the great loss has been taken
principally on the odds and ends. The
goods are fresh and the greater part
last season's purchasing, and if you can
use any of these at the prices named,
which is less than 25 cents on the dollar
of what they cost us, we will be glad to
have you.
Los taken on silks, $3,000. You can
therefore imagine the bargains to ex
pect. ' '
These lots of fancy Brocade Silks, in
the very finest qualities, selling from
$1.76 to $5.00- a yard, will be sold as fol
lows: -
Lot one, were$1.75to$2.00. Now 75c
yard.
Lot two, were $2.25 to $3. Now $1.
Lot three, were $3.50 to $5. Now
$1.50.
Nothing made more desirable than
the above for sachet-bags, hand-bags,
headrests, sofa pillows, etc.
Brocade
Velvets, beautiful goods, high grade
quality, the finest made, in lengths 2
to 8 yards, were .$1.00 to $6.00; can be
used same as silk for fronts of dresses,
sleeves, etc. . .
Marked down to 98c yd.
Satine
Rhadames, in latest oolors, pure silk.
Bold at $1.00 to $1.50. .
. Marked down to 59o yd.
Watered
Silks, in colors, ranging in price from
,$1.00 to $1.50.
- Marked down to 59o yd.
Black
And Colored Watered Bilks, were 50o.
Harked down to 29o yd.
White
Habutai Dress Silks, were 48c.
, Marked down to 34o yd.
White
Habutai Silks, were 76o.
Marked down to 18o yd.
Checked
Taffeta Silks, in all oolors, 24 inches
wide, were $1.00.
Marked down to 69o yd.
Black
India Dress Silks, were 89o.
Marked down to 25o yd.
Black
Waterproof India Silks, were 62 l-2c.
- , - . Marked down to 42o yd.
Black
Surah Silks, double warp, were 50o.
, ! . Marked down to 29oyd. '
Black
Surah Styks, were 75c. ,
; . Marked down to 8o yd.
Printed
Tpdi" wsr 7R'. . - rr --.
Finest
Black Duchesse Silks, 24 inch wide,
were $1:75.
Marked down to $1.10 yd.
The above are samples of the marvel
ous values you get at this counter.
Prints.
8o and 10c Prints, wide widths.
Marked down to 3 3-4o yd.
Fine
Satincs, in dark and light grounds.
Sold everywhere at 15c. ;
Marked down to 10c yd.
Apron
Ginghams,' in choice colors, 38 inch
wide. Sold always at 12 l-2c.
Marked down to 6 l-2c yd.
Buck
Suitings, in pretty light grounds.
Marked down to 8o yd. .
Magnificent
Display of Fine Lawns, in pinks,
blues, etc., 18o goods, for 12 l-2c.
Challies.
Printed effects, were 5c. v
Marked down to 2 l-2o yd.
Soft,
Pretty Cashmeres and Llama Cloths,
worth 20c. Now lOo yd.
Dainty
Effeots in 82 inch Scotch Ginghams,
were 25o. Now 10c yard.
One
Case Domet Flannel . At 3 l-2o yd.
Superb
Bargains. Large size Crochet Quilts,
wore $1.50. Marked down to 98c.
Astonishing.
Extra good Crochet Quilts, were 69c.
: Marked down to 49o.
Saxony
Flannel, very flnef old price 25o.
. " NowlOoyd.
Heavy
Twill Grey Flannel for bathing suits,
; sold st 15o. - Marked now lOo yd.
Scotch
Tennis Flannels, 86 inch wide, black
- and white stripes, quality ,39o.
- Marked now 17c yd.
Outing
Flannels, pinl
v -.' k ;.
DRESS GOODS.
Have virtually placed $1(200 in the
pockets of those who desire to buy Dress
Goods. This great naarkdown is pn new
Dress Goods that must be sold,
wool u
Dress Goods, 84 -.inches wide in dark
grounds, were 25cy and good 'quality
r will be 25o again nejtt fall.,; .
yp4r rtin lwf; J V(l '
Flannels, pinks and blues, were 12 Jo,
. .; i -v Marked now 8o yd.
Woo!
Cheviot Dress Goods, 36 inches wide;
10 pieces nil we have.
These also go at llo ynrd.
Ladies
All Wool Habit Cloth, in all shades'
54 inch, were 50o. Now 35o yd.
Choice
All Wool German Vigonnes, were.TSe,
Now 35c,yd.
All
Our $1.50 to $2.00 fine imported Nov
elty Dress Goods
Marked down to $1.00 yd.
Black
40 inch All Wool Henriettas, 3 miin
bers, marked down from 58c, 75c and
$1.00. Now 39c, 50c and 75o.
Black
Striped Gre
Markei
Special.
Striped Grenadines (all silk)
Marked down to 8Go and $1.00.
100 dozen Bath Towels.
Going at 4c each;
Cottons.
8 bales 36 inch Cottons', good quality.
Now 4o yd.
Cottons.
i bales Brown Cottons, bsst quality.
Going at 6o yd.
Bleached
Cottons, yard wide, fine and strong,
regular price 8o. Now 6 l-2o yd.
Brown
9 by 4 Sheeting, good quality.
At 12 l-o yd.
Best
Brown and Bleached Sheetings ever
offered. At 17c yd.
Hammocks.
Children's Hammocks '
Only -B9o each
Large
- Size Hammocks, extra." good, worth
$1.50. ,-,. Now 98o;
Cotton -
Diaper, 10 yd.'piep, . ; for 29o.
Extra- V , "-v.
. Heavy All Wool r Shirting Flannels.
Old pr;ce S9o.
r 1 Marked now 25o yd
Figured
Drapery Flannels, choice patterns.
' Marked now 12. 1-2 yard.
Linens.
-We offer a special bargain In Cream
Irish Damask, all linen. ". Price was
50o. i Marked now 39o yd.
Special
Extra heavy and wide Table Damask.
A cloth that pays to buy. , Was 62Jo.
Now 50o yd.
Finest
Cream' All Linen Damask, 72inohes
wide. ' Sold at $1.25. ' S .... v. .'
Napkins.
About 500 dozeii Napkins, in , J and
J. All marked doWn to the lowest of
prices. ' ' ! "
Towels.
100 dozen Hack 'Rowels. Nono sold
less than 19c to 2.1c.
Marked now 12 l-2c.
Damask t.
Towels, knotted fi-htge, double row,
open work. Were 17 '
. Marked now 8c eacn.
Boys
Outing Shirt Waists; TvVre 25o.
. .. ' , Now 10c each.
Boys'
Percale Shirt Waists. Were 45c.
Now 25c.
Children's
Hats were 25c, Now 12 l-2e.
Headrests,
Silk lined, were 50c, Now 25c each.
Windsor
Ties, fine China Silk in Pretty spots,
were 25c, ' Now 12 l-2e,
Ladies'
Satin Bows and Four-in-IIands, were
60cr .New 25c.
Ribbons.
Fancy Ribbons, all silk, were 50o,
Now 19o yd.
Moire
Ribbons, satin edge, all silk, No. 22;
At 10c yd.
Fans.
Palm Leaf Fans, i Only 9o dozen.
Best
Quality.Satin Palm Fans, 2 for 3o.
Japanese
Opening Fans, Only 5c each.
Japanese
Fans, were" 25o, Now 15o.
Belts.
Fine Worsted Belts, silver buckles,
were 39o, ' Now 19c.
Silk
Belts with silver buckles, were 69o,
Now 42c.
Soaps,
Large size,, 8 cakes for lOo.
Only 4o;
Curling Irons
Stockinet
And Pure Gum Dress Shields,
. ' : ; Only 5c pair,
Extra
Size Niokel Buck Horn Combs, were
15c,- " ; Now 8c.
Men's Turnish'gs.
The grandest and greatest opportu
nity to buyFurnShings of all kinds that
men , have had in years.! Don't . miss
thi sain,-don't pmr.double price, don't
Men's
French Ralbriggan Shirts nnd Draw
ers, were 50;:, Now 2!)o each.
Men's
Extra fine French Balbriggau Shirts
mill Drawer.", Whirls lung and short
sleeves, with pearl button, were 5!lc,
Isow 4e each.
Men's
Camel's Hair Shirts and Drawers,
with pearl buttons,
Now only 42c each.
Fine
Zephyr and Madras Cloth Negligee
Shirts, worth $1.75 to $2.25,
Now $1.29.
Offering in Men's Outing Shirts, were
09c, Now 42c each.
Remarkable
Bargain and a sure seller. All our
$1.0(1 English "Oxford" Negligee
Shirts in beautiful pal (eras,
Now 09c each.
Bathing Tights, were 25c, Now 15c.
Men's
And Boys' 2-picce. Navy and Black
Jersey - Bathing Suits, were $1.00 and
SI. 25, Now G9c.
LACES.
Anything that we coidd say here
could not half express the enormous
bargains placed at your disposal. In
short, the values actually surprise our
selves, but here they go.
3,000 yards Point do Irlande Daces
and Point Venise Insertions. Some
actually cheap at 12 l-2c,
Going at 5c yd.
2,500 yards in wider widths, cheap at
20c, Going at 10c.
Extra
Wide Net Top Laces in white and
Butter, were 40c, Now 25c yd.
Real
Point Venise, 9 inch, white and But
ter, sold now in this city at 98c,
Marked down to 59c yd,
Real
Point Venise in a beautiful pattern,
old price $1.75, , Now 95o yd.
Lace
Pillow Shams only 25o pair.
Latest
Style Ladies' Chemisettes in colors,
were 25c, ; Now 12 l-2o each.
Ruchings.
All our 25o Ruchings Now 12 l-2o.
All
'- Our 25o Embroidered (Ladies') Hand
kerchiefs' Now 12 l-2o.
Gloves. ,
Ladies' Black Silk Mltls, were 25o,
" . . " NOW 15c. t
Ladies' v
BLANKETS.
About 50 cases Blankets to bo sold at
this sale. Every pair at about half
their actual value. Last week we sold
more Blankets than in December, Jan
uary, February, March, April and May,
which goes to show the real merit o(
these, the most wonderful bargains of
this sale. : . I
Hotels, shore cottages and housekeep
ers from everywhere should not miss
this sale. '
75e Blankets now Me.
!); Blankets now 4!)e.
fcl.00 Blankets now 59o.
$1.75 Blankets now 8!)c.
S'L'.SO Blankets now 61.50.
$3.50 Blankets now $1.98.
$5.00 Blanket now $2.75.
And so on up to $10.00 pair that wore
2:.'.5Q.
Ladies'
Fine All Silk Mills, were 59c,
Now 39c pair.
PARASOLS.
The losses here are great, but wo
have the satisfaction .that our custom
ers never got such splendid bargains in
oilier stores.
i?(i.5() Parasols
$4.50 Parasols
$'1.50 Parasols
$3.00 Parasols
$2.50 Parasols
$2.00 Parasols
$1.50 Parasols
And a special
Comment
now $1.50.
now $1.50.
now $1.25.
now St. 00. -s
nbw $1.00. ;
now $1.00. -,'
now 75c.
lot at 50c.'
is unnecessary.
Ladies' Hosiery.
Special offering in Black and Tan
Hose, At 120 pair.
Ladies'
Richelieu Ribbed Hose, black and
tuns, cheap at 37jo, Now 25c pa'r.
Ladies' -
Lislo Thread Hoso, ribbed and plain,
were 39c, Now 29o pair.
Black
Sat in Rhadames, 24 inch wide, wen
$1.00. Marked down to 69c yd.
Chenille
Special.
Ladies' Lislo Thread Vests, V necks,
all shades. Only 19c each.
Particular
Attention called to 3 cases Ladies'
Jersey Ribbed Vests, V neck, short
sleeves, nicely trimmed, worth 39c,
Going at 25o.
Children's
Jersey Vests, low and high neck and
short sleeves. A bargain at 19c each.
CLOAKS.
Sensational markdown on Jackets,
Capes, House Gowns and Ladies' Shirt
Waists.
75e Ladies' Waists now 39o,
$1.00 Waists now 49c.
$1.50 Waists now 69c.
$2.50 Waists now 98o.
Ladies' Silk Waists now $2.39.
Portieres, dado top and bottom, dou
ble knotted fringe, were $3.50.
Marked down to t?2.25 pair.
500 pairs Lace Curtains in beautiful
patterns, ranging in price from $2.50
to $3.50.
All marked down to $1.50 pair.
Carpets.
Tapestry Ca rpets, 3 to 0 yd pieces.
Marked down to 45o yd.
Ladies'
Mackintoshes marked down , from'
$4.50 to $2.25. All perfect and war
ranted. '
Upholstery
Goods, 50 inch Jute covering, best
satin finish -cloth.
Basement
Reductions.
Crystal Sauce Dishes 3c.
Crystal Banded Tumblers 3o.
Plain Crystal Tumblers 3c.
Wine Glasses So.
Crystal Pepper and Salts 3o.
Crystal Table Sets 10c.
Crystal Cake Salvers 19c.
Crystal Berry Dishes, footed, 6o,
Individual Sauce Dishes 2o.
Individual Cream Pitchers 4c.
Soap Dishes with mirror 5o.
Pie Plates 2c.
Jelly Cake Pans 2c.
Wash Basins, large size,
Chamber Pails 2oc.
Clothes Baskets 25c.
Carpet Sweepers 16o.
Clothes Wringers 15c.
Chinese Ironing Wax 2o.
Mot h Balls 3c.
Packing Camphor 19o.
Varnish Stains, in Black Walnut 12j(
Light and Dark Oak, Cherry, Mahog
any, 121 a
Furniture Polish uo.
Lunch Boxes 25c.
Ostrich Feather Dusters 5c.
English Decorated Semi-Porcelain
Cottage Dinner Sets only $4.50.
English Decorated Dinner Sets, 112
pieces, only $6.98.
3c,
Arrangements have been made with Mr. j
Deibcl to f urnishtho following menu
Cold Roast Beef,
Cold Lamb, Ham and Tongue,
Corned Beef, Bread and Butter,
Tea, Co ffee, Milk, Cake,
Ice Cream,
Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry,
Orange Ice.
The above lunch will be served free
to Out-of-Town and City Patrons who
trade in our store the greater part of
the day.
Notice.
J Carpenters and Masons gay the NeT
Building will be complete October 1st.
Therefore we must hasten this Great
Closing-Out Sale. We trust you ap
preciate our motive when we say most
emphatically that all the Merchandise
In this Store Must and Will be Sold
before September 1st. Nothing but
New Goods for tho New Store, and
nothing but Sacrifice upon Sacrifice
to clear up the stock.
Prices wlU seU the stuff. We'll glva
you prices ; you give us your trade-
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