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The entire stock of Merchandise, consisting of Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Caps, Tinware, Crockery, Trunks, Satchels, Etc., of the Surprise Store of Columbus, Hiss., is in the hands of G. W. Groves & Co. They Are FORCED to Close Their Doors ! The Stock is DOOMED and Must Go! The backward season and awful rains have placed the Surprise Store in this condition with $25,000.00 worth of fine uptodate merchandise on hand. WAIT! WATCH! WAIT! UNTIL THURSDAY June 11, 1903, at 9 a. m., when the most tremendous sale of Clothing, Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Crockery, Tinware, Satchels, Etc., will start Goods will go for less thancost of raw material. Nothing will be reserved. The stocK must oe turned into money, xneir loss is your gam 1 This will be the greatest Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe Sale that ever occurred in this City or County. The Surprise Store, after being Columbus' greatest merchandise store, bids good-bye to their doomed stock forever. Furnishing Goods and Hats. Men's Latest Fall Neckwear, price 26c to $1.50; sale price 9c to 38c Men's Underwear, all colors and all erades, prices 75c to $2.50; sale price.. 15c to 98C Men's Strong Working Shirts, price 50c and $1; sale price I9c to 39c One big lot of Men's Fancy Colored Shirts that were $1 to $1.50, will goat 69C Men's 15c Linen collars go at 8C A cart load of Men's Socks 4C Men's very tine Fancy Hose, worth 25c per pair; sale price 8C Handkerchiefs 4C Suspenders 5c Men's and Boys Summer Caps 15C Men's Fine Hats, worth $3 to $4: will go at 69c to $1.48 Dress Goods, Linings and Domestics at great farewell bar- Muslin Underwear. We can save you money on Muslin Night Robes, Corset Covers, Drawers and Skirts. Every garment made up in latest styles and of first quality cotton. Ladies' Night Robes, reduced from 75c 39C Ladies Night Robes, reduced from $1.25 75C Ladies' Muslin Skirts, $1.25 and $1.50, reduced to 46C to 98C Ladies' Muslin Drawers, were 50c; reduced to 35C Wrappers. Priut Wrappers $1.25 and $1.50 Petticoats, reduced to 39c 75c Boy's Clothing. Boy's Extra Fine All-wool Suits, latest styles, in blue and black, worth and sold everywhere at $8.00, sale price $3.98 Boys' Knee Pants Suits as low as Boys' Knee Pants, 35c, all go at Men's Jean Pants, worth $1, at One lot of Men 's Shoes, worth $1.50; all go at One lot of Men's Shoes, worth $1.75, all go at 98c 19c 69c 98c $1.19 One big lot of Men's Shoes, latest styles, worth $2 and $2.50, all will g at $1-48 One lot of Men's Fine Shoes in latest styles, Vici Kid, Patent Leather and Calf, that were $3 to $3.54 : will go at $1-73 One lot Men's Very Fine Shoes, nobby styles in Patent and Enameled Leather, Vici Kid and Velour Calf that were $4.50 and $5; doomed price $2 93 One lot of Ladies' Dongola Kid Lace Shoes, worth $1.50; all will go at 89C One lot of Ladies' Vici Kid Lace Shoe?, worth $1.75; all will go at $1.19 One lot of Ladies' neat styles Kid Shoes with patent and stock tips, worth $2 to $2.25; all go at $123 One lot of Ladies' Latest Stvles Vici Kid and Velvour Finished Kid, worth $2.50 and $2.75; all go at $1 48 One lot of Ladies' Very Fine Patent Leather and Vici Kid Shoes, that were $4 to $4.50; doomed price $2 48 SPECIAL DRIVES IN CROCKERY, TIN WARE, TRUNKS AND SATCHELS. Men's Clothing. Men's Fiue Suits in Cheviot and Velour Finished CHtmimere, price $9.50; sale price $3.98 Men's Fine Suits, Latest Scoth Stripes and Fau'ey Worsted m, price $12.50, sale price $4.98 Men's Fine Suits. Latest Scotch Stripes and Fancy Worn ted, price $16.50; sale price $6.48 Men's Fine Suits. Latest Styles Scotch Strips and Checks, price $22.50 (among these are many tailor made mitit- and uncalled for garments); sale price $9.85 Men 's Oood, Heavy, Durable Overcoats in sevcual shades. This coat is of good material aud warranted to hold its color, price $9.50; sale price $3.98 100 Misfit and Uncalled for Overcoats and Suits, latest sty Its and the newest shades, which were made to measure at $25; sale price $12 8 5 Men's Good Quality Pants 39C Men's Neat, Good Quality Pants, worth $3; sal a price 98c Men's Stylish Pants, all wool, worth $3.50 $1.48 3000 Fairs Men s Dress Pants. These pants are worth from $4 to $6; sale price $2 48 Men's Overallsaud Jumpers, pi ice 50c: sale price 39c Boy's Latest Style Suits that were $4, ages 8 to 14 years; sale price $1.69 Boy's Good Qualitv, all wool Suits, that were $.rj; sale price $2-48 A MIGHTY MOVEMENT OF ALL OUR GOODS. NOTHING RESERVED. WINTER AND SDMMER WEIGHTS MOST GO. FREE EXCURSION to COLUMBUS. Cut this out and bring it with you. We will refund in Cash your Railroad Pare one way on purchases of TEN DOL LARS and upwards. We make this extra inducement as as to close the stock out quick and stop expense. On account of the backward season, the enormous amount of rain and hot weather, Columbus' Greatest Bargain House Finds itself right now at the end of the season with $25,000 worth of Pine Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes and Furnishing Goods for Men, iWomen, Boys and Children. All have been combined by the conductors and will be sold for less than the cost of raw material. G- W- GROVES & CO , Conductors. IT WILL PAY YOU To come one hundred miles to visit this Great Sale of Four Great Stocks under one roof. This gigantic sale begins ou THURSDAY at 9 a. m. and Closes In 15 Days. OPENING DAYS: JI 1 1L 12, 13 and 15, 1901 Columbus' Greatest Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Goods Store now combined under one roof at Columbus, Miss. Watch for the Surprise Store's name over the door if you value money. Dou't miss this gigantic sale of four stocks at retail at Lowndes County's Largest Clothing and Furnishing House. This is a legitimate sale. You all know the Surprise Store. What it says it means. Positively uo poods sold and no one allowed in the build ing until Thursday, June 11, at 9 a. m. This sale will positively close in 15 days. G. W. GROVES St OO.. Conductors. N. B. Merchants from the country or city wishing to purchase portions of this stock must call between the hours of 9 and 10 a. m., as all others will be reserved for our immense retail trade. Wanted 25 Sales People, Women and Men. Mail Orders Promptly Attended To Accompanied By Cash. The Surprise Store Will Be Kept Open Each Night Until 9:30 o'clock to Give the Workingmen of Columbus and Surrounding Country An Opportunity to Take Advantage of This Sale.