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January Gearing Sale!
Tuesday, January 20th LOOKING backward at our past successful sales incites us to look for ward to greater successful sales. The motto of some houses is, “Not how cheap, but how good.” The motto of some others are: “Not how good, but how cheap.” The motto here is, “Good and Cheap.” Extra Special All Calico, light and dark colors, at 5c yard Table Lines $1 50 Values at $1 10 1 25 “ 97 1 00 “ 79 75 “ 60 60 “ 48 50 “ 42 Napkins to match at 20 per cent discount American Lady, Royal Worces ter and American Beauty Corsets At a special discount $3 00 Values at $2 39 2 00 “ 1 48 1 50 “ 1 19 1 00 “ 79 60 48 50 “ 42 RATZLAFF BROS., Edgerton 20% Discount On all Blankets and Quilts 15% Discount On all Muslin Underwear 25% Discount On all Children's Coats 20% Discount On all Ladies' Flannel Waists 15% Discount On all House Dresses 20% Discount On all Kimonas and Sacques 20% Discount On all Stamped Goods 1 Lot Dress Trimmings Yl Price 20% Discount On all Fancy Silk Waists 1 Lot of Ladies’ Belts, values up to 50c, now 15 cents 15% Discount On all Mackintoshes Wednesday, January 21st Extra Special Fifty ladies’ white Shirt Waists, long and short sleeves, 90c to $1.50 values Sale Price 39c Wool Dress Goods $1 75 Values at $1 39 ,1 50 “ 1 19 1 25 “ 95 1 00 “ .. 79 75 “ 59 60 “ 48 50 “ 39 Black Cat and Gordon Hosiery $1 00 Values at $ 79 50 “ 35 35 “ 29 25 “ 21 18 “ 15 15 “ 12 No Goods exchanged that are bought at this sale. 2si January Clearance Sale Merges Merit and Economy as Never Heretofore. Matchless Mid-Winter Money Saving makes this Event an Immediate and Unequaled Success. This sale is held in accord with our policy of carrying no goods over. What we buy to sell this season must be sold this season. Thus every ar ticle of winter goods in this store is marked down to a point where its quick selling is assured. This Remarkable January Clearance Sale Begins Wednesday, January 21 Ending Saturday, January 24 Be Here Promptly When the Sale Starts and Share in these Unequaled Offerings.---! BIG DAYS OF BARGAIN GIVING. and Misses’ New Winter Co^ts All the fashionable cloths, clever styles, a good assortment to choose from, at One-Half IPrice No Alteration at these prices and no exchange made after sale. Ladies’ Tailored Suits at J 4 Price Children’s Wash Dresses made of Ginghams and Percales, many styles, atjj2o% disct. Edgerton Skflktd $ Tfc&ft Wisconsin OOXTWS ffIST PBPIiLM STM W 20% Disci. ON ALL Children’s Dresses Wool Flannel Lace Curtains Eiderdowns Sweater Coats Ribbons Laces, Braids Umbrellas Belts, Linings Silk Waists Groceries Universal Flour $1.25 2 pkgs. Jello 15 Napoleon Flour 1.25 Two 5c pkgs. Toothpicks. .05 22 lbs. Cane Sugar 1.00 All 5 cent Soaps—6 bars 25c pkg. Noco brand Oat- for 25 meal 20 Fancy Navy Beans lb 05 All 30 cent Coffee for 25c. For complete list of bargains see large circulars. Sheffield & Voltz Thursday, •January 22d Extra Special in our Shoe Department. 50 pair ladies’ felt and lined shoes, regular $1.75 and sl*so values Sale Price 98c 10% Disci. on all ladies’, misses’, chil eren’s and men’s shoes. Stylish Furs Sets or Single Pieces In all the popular Furs of this season at 1/3 of tl\e Regular F*rice Now is the time to buy. A saving of dollars on every purchase Ladies’ Fancy Dresses in White Embroidery effects, silks and wool, at % off Ladies’ Dress Skirts at V3 Off Babcock^ Clothing Store. U j • s > - U' S ~W>&*K \\&}%>! ■■ ■ j < • •"*•■ , .*tr •• • ' ' ..J*V*y' ■ ' w About This Time you probably need an extra pair of trousers to piece out your winter suit. We have the exclu sive agency for the famous Dutchess Trousers The 10c a button, SI.OO a rip kind. It certainly pays to buy them if you want your full money’s ’ 1 V worth of wear. Dutchess Trousers in regular and full hip style in great variety of patterns, cheviots and worsted from $2.00 to $5.00 pr. Everything in tne store at a special price dur ing this sale. Children’s Cotton Hose 1 lot of Black Cotton Ribbed Hose good weight, 12% and 15c values, All sizes—Sale Price 9c pair Table Damask 56 in. wide, good quality bleached table cloth. Sale Price 19c yard Velvet Corduroy 1 lot of wide wale Corduroys in brown, red, navy and grey SI.OO Quality now 73c Fancy Dress Goods 1 lot worsted Dress Goods 36 in. wide 50 and 60c qualities, many colors Sale Price 39c Wool Drawers 1 lot of ladies’ White Wool Draw ers. SI.OO quality. Sale Price 58c a pair Unbleached Sheeting Good unbleached Cotton, yard wide Sale Price 4J/£c yard Cotton Challies 1 lot of Fancy]’Cotton Challies, fast colors for kimonas or quilting Sale Price 4££c yard Wool Underwear 1 lot of ladies’ Drawers, white wool, $1.60 quality Sale Price 83 c BLEACHED and CREAM Outing Flannels Extra good quality soft fleece 8c value Sale Price 5%c yard Cotton Ribbed Underwear 1 lot ladies’ white and cream Cotton Ribbed Vest and Pants. All sizes Sale Price 20c Suitings and Poplins 1 lot 50 and 60c Silk Figure Tussahs, Plain Silk Poplins in all colors Sale Price 43 c yard Childrens Stocking Caps 1 lot Stocking Caps 35 and 50c values Colors —Choice 15c