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ic?v . i d" DM r 4l 51 3 O C1 Our Great Clearnce Sale will continue another week. We had big sales last week and many of the items advertised were entirely sold out, but we still have lots of good things left and in order to further quicken the buying interest we propose to make this second week's selling even better than the first. With that end in view we have gone through and marked down the balance of our stock of Winter Goods to good b)e prices. You know that our policy has always been to carry no goods over from one season to another. We do this for three reasons : First.It keeps our stock free from old and shop-worn goods. Second.It gives us ready cash to buy more goods with. Third.It pleases our customers to get such great bargains as our Clearing Sales al ways puts within their grasp. A pleased customer is a merchants ioest advertiser. Do you want some hints as to what to expect when the sale opens to-morrow? Here are a few: BARGAINS IN LADIES' FINE SHOES. We have gone through the shoe stock and weeded out all the broken lots, odd sizes and off styles. We have divided these into two lots, numbers 1 & l and marked them at about half price itS1.00 "we offer J"ou your choice of ' any of the styles in Lot No. 1 At SI. 50 ve offer yu your choice of any of the styles in Lot No.2. At 50 ffer fr tin5 sale the v balance of our famous "Fad" $3.00 shoes, these shoes come in both vici kid and patent colt, are all new goods received within the last sixty days and are considered the best $3.00 shoes on the market. In the three lots will be found shoes that sold all the way from $1.50 up to 4.00 the pair. DRESS GOODS. At 79c At 45 c At 30c 52 inch back twilled Broad cloth, has sold all season at S1.00 and $1.25. Can be had in all the popular colors. 36 to 40 inch all wool Veni tian, worth GO cents. 3G inch all wool Flannel Suit ing. Sold elsewhere at 50 cents. At 49c 50 inch black' navy and gray Mohair, reduced from 65 and 75 cents. At 69c At 84c 52 inch all wool Ladies Cloth, worth from 90c to $1.00 per yard. A beau ti f u 1 q u ali ty of Fr en c 1 1 Voil, 45 inch, all wool, in black and blue only. These goods will be very fashiona ble for the coming spring. AtS1.3548 l?ch Fr?chfX?S,tittU' worth every bit of 2.00 per yard, in black and navy only. At 70c SO inch all wool black Cheviot Serge, present value $1.00. At 59c hach all wool black cheviot serge, market value to-day is 85 cents. BIG REDUCTIONS IN WALKING SKIRTS. At ST.00 At 85.50 At $4.85 At S3.75 made Walking Reduced from Fine tailor S k ir t s . 810.00 All our tailor made Walking Skirts 'that were -U '0 and SS.50. The balance of our stock of $7.00 and $7.50 Skirts. The balance of our stock of Walking Skirts that were $5.00 to $6.00. Big reduc tions on all other grades. At Cost We have about half a dozen ladies' tailor made Coat Suits left, made in the lat est styles. In order to close them out we offer them at actual cost. You must be quick to get your size. We also offer at this sale all our chil dren's and misses' Cloaks at from one fourth to one-third off regular prices. BLANKETS REDUCED. At Q9 7 104 wool Blankets, At i O duced ffom $3 5Q At $3.20 IV -I B.aets. re- re- ool Blankets, from $6.00. re- At $4.75 duced fr At $7.50 Extra tine a11 WOC)1 Wank- ets, reduced from $10.00. MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE. During this sale we offer the balance of our stock of Pattern and Street Hats, Feath ers, Velvets, and all other Millinery Goods at from one-fourth to one- half off reg ular prices. CORSETS AT HALF PRICE. For this week only we offer 150 regular $1.00 Corsets of a standard make at 50 cents each, only one to the customer. There are just 150, so you must be quick or you'll not find your size Bargains in Winter Weight Underw ear. Bargains in Table Damask. White and Colored Waistings. At 10C One lot of ladies long sleeve Vests. At 22C 58 inch bleached Table Damask. These popular goods are to be more desirable than ever for the t c n i -, n.,-. t- - e t c coming spring, but wTe make a clean sweep of them all, nothing At 15C nI?S At 29C 04 inch full bleachsd Table Damask, worth) cents. reserved. At 19C gne lot of ladies' full fashioned fleece hned Vest and a oq 64 inch cream linen Table Damask,i50c & 60c values. At 19c mercerized white Madras, reduced from 111 Pants, reduced from 25c and 35c. nL OJt ;JC ana ujC' A t 3Hp ne lQt of ladies' fine winter weight Vests and Pants, a f nq0 72 inch all pure linen bleached Table Damask, would At 29c nAe lot of wlite mercerized madras in beautifuldamask l reduced from 50c and GOc. Ml Utt be good value at Sl.00 patterns, reduced from 40c to yOc. At T)o One lot of ladies' all wool vests and pants, reduced from At )9c The balance of our stock of fine white and colored "u $1.00. Allother grades reduced in proportion to above Other grades proportionally reduced. mercerized madras & vestings, reduced from 00c vv. O.'c A Silk Velvet Bargain. A.t 39c we offer a Silk Velvet that cannot be duplicated elsewhere for less than 75 cents. Just common cotton velveteen is worth 50 cents. THE REMNANT CLEARING. Among the chief attractions of the sale will be the great collections of remnants and odds and ends that have resulted from the great selling that has been going on all this season. Remnants of silks, remnants of dress goods, cotton goods, white goods, aces, embroideries, lace curtains, underwear, dress trimmings, and all other remnants have been placed on remnant counters and marked to SELL regardless of cost. No doubt the entiro lot will be closed out this week. Don't put off coming to this sale. This is positively the last week. Next week we take stock. t After then comes the announcement of NEW SE'KING GOODS. FREE ! FREE ! FREE ! We are pleased to announce to our friends and the public that we have made arrangements with a large Eastern concern which enables us to give to each and every customer of The Woman's Store an Argo jmr. trait, size 10x19, absolutely free of charge when their cash purchases have reached a certain amount. These portraits are the newest things in oil and will last a life time. Come in and let us explain it to you. Uo. member, in addition to this offer we also give a piano ticket with each purchase of Si. 00 The piano contest closes January 22d and will be given away at noon on that day to the customer holding the winning number- 1 7 V V o T MAN9 R. E. LEIGH. FFVL J.-i n i JT 7TX - - X7X - 7TT . TTT 7T TT TTT TTT " 9mm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mrnrn mmm m R IL o ,-- f ) '3 4 . 4S. t ' :.t t.- I ?1 iX5 "",'3 4 1 , - t I " f Notice to the Public. During our absence our real estate business will be in the hands of competent manage ment and parties interested in real estate can call at this office and secure all information and prices, etc. Our Mr. Maer will spend Saturday in Columbus when possible and will give his personal attention to this branch of the business, tf Sturdivant & Maer. Stationery supplies, inks, etc., in quarts and lesser quantities at Mayo and Weaver's drug store. Job Printing for the New Year. Are you needing any printing for the New Year? If so, let us give you an estimate on the same. We will be glad to sub mit samples and quote prices on anything in the printing line. Telephone us and we do the rest. Now ready with oysters for the homes of Columbus. Telephone your orders and have fresh oys ters delivered promptly. The only oyster place in town which receives fresh shipments twie each day, in the morning via Ar tesia, in the afternoon via Mont gomery. P. Geraud. Since the death of General Longstreet, the papers over the country have made the statement that General Gordon was the only surviving Confederate Lieu tenant General. We are authen tically informed that besides General Longstreet, there were appointed to be Lieutenant-Generals in the provisional army, whose appointments were con firmed by the Senate, Am brose P. Stewart, appointed, June 23, 18G4; Stephen D. Lee, June 23, 16G4; Wade Hampton, February 14. 1664; Simon Boli var Buckner, September 20, 1864. Of these, Lee, Buckner and Stewart are still living, Hampton having preceded Long street to the grave several years ago. There was no record of the appointmont of either General Wheeler or General Gordon. They were both courageous and gallant officers and ranked as Major-Generals. General Lee has the distinction of having been the youngest Lientenant-General in the army. He was chief of artillery under his illustrious kinsman, General Robert E. Lee, and it was he who fired the first shot of the war at Charleston. General Lee is now president of the Vicksburg National Park Commission. Simple Colds. Cease to be simple, if at all pro longed. The safest way is to put them aside at the very beginning. Ballard's Horehound Syrup stops a cold and removes the cause of colds. 25c, 60c, and $1 a bottle at Johnston &Caine's. The National Commercial Teacher's Federation met in ses sion in Cincinnati on December 28th. Among the able represen tatives from the I. I. & C, were Miss Roudebush and Miss Poin-dexter. Wednesday night's rain was badly needed in this section of the State. Stock water was be coming scarce, on several farms the wells having become dry. The past season has been an un usually dry one, less rain having fallen than for years, while other sections have received a liberal supply. Although it is yet too early for croups to be effected by drought, stock was beginning to suffer. Following the installation of of ficers next Wednesday night, the Woodmen of the World will enjoy their annual oyster supper. The fire department was (:!; . out Friday night by an alun; from Ward Four. They respond readily and found the bla. t 1 In the stable of Mr. D. S. McCi n ahan. The prompt action of i,v standers prevented a serious con flagration. The fire is sup!-;- :' to be of incendiary origin. Irregular bowel movements lead to chronic constipation. Prickley Ash Bitters is a re!:.;K system regulator; cures per. manently. Lyon's fine candies, luscious chocolates at Mayo k Weaver's drug store.