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A !1 taLafccJ H M ilKM 1. S3 -i'nin Months ago when prices were at the lowest we made a lucky purchase of a big stock of white goods, consisting of vast quantities of sheer light lawns, dimities, batist, check muslin, organdies as well as the heavier stuffs, such as Piques, madras and linens. If you knew the little price we paid for some of these goods you would wonder how the manu facturer managed to exist. We could dispose of every yard of these goods at a big profit by holding them until later in the season, but we bought them at a bargain sale and they go to you in the same way. The Woman's Store always shares its good fortune with its customers. EVERY ITEM A BARGAIN. Every price quoted in this add is positively from i to -J off actual value. Dont skip the list, don't skim it, each line deserves careful reading. Bear in mind that this is not a reduction sale, there are a few items on which we have cut the price, hut the greater portion of these goods go on sale tomorrow, MONDAY, APRIL 4TH. lor the first time all fresh new goods. All high class merchandise. The relation of the goods to your present and future needs is vital and you've never seen prices with a more resistless pull. The sale will run just one week, closing Saturday, April 9th, 0 p. m. Never hefore were such great values offered by any store anywhere. It will be away ahead of all the cost sales, clearance sales, "Mill End" sales or any other sort of sale ever held in this section of the State. Read the list bring it with you to the store this week and we'll show you every item just as advertised. At 5 cents Good quality chock muslin, j present value 7-V cents. Full! -i inch wide white lawn, worth i s cents at wholesale. j At 10 cents C3 to l)G inch white Pique and satin striped white madras waistiugs, would be a bargain at 15 cents, in fact we have sold hundreds of yards ab that price. Have seven differeut styles to select from. At 7 ' cents Fine sheer India linen, a regu lar 10 cent quality. At 19 cents Beautiful mercerized madras waistings, uever before offered for less than 25 and 30 cents. May be had in ten different designs. At 8J- cents Fine sheer 40 inch white lawn, present worth llH cents. At 11 cents Extra tine quality 40-inch sheer white lawn, if bought aud sold in a regular way would bring 15 cents. At 15 cents Beautiful quality sheer Persian 1 uvn and a sheer white Batist worth every bit of 25 cents per yard. At 22i cents 54 inch wide Fine sheer white wash chiffon; we could dispose of every yard of this goods at 35 cents it would be a bargain at that but we bought it at a bargain aud you shall haye it in the same way. At 25 cents 08 inch wide sheer white French organdie, never before offered for less than 35 cents. At 49 cents Exquisite novelty imported mercerized waisting, reduced from 00 cents. e Must Set ublic's Eye s A little oyer a year ago this firm bought out the company that then occupied this building. Our open ing created a sensation. The new firm inaugurated a new policy and set out to secure its full share of public attention. We will secure it. When ordinary methods answer we use them when EXTRA-ordinary methods are required, We will never be Found Lacking in Resourcefulness. It seems to us that now while the spring season is just opening when the greatest possible volume of business can be turned our way very extra-ordinary methods are required, and to-morrow we must get the public's eyes open to-morrow aud all this week, prices will reach the lowest possible notch. We are going to show you what cash buying and cash selling can do. Its time to get out of the beaten path 1 ILL YOU Picking up money and saving it. That's what peo ple do who trade here. Our prices appeal to the common sense of buyers. A new line of ladies tailor-made walking skirts just received. They go on sale to-morrow at bargain prices. The latest and the best, the cheapest and most desirable, now await the economical buyer. Our spring stock of new parasols and ladies um brellas, are now ready. Upright, that's the word for OUK ORICES, just an HONEST PROFIT that's all. hats go on sale A new line of ladies and children's to-morrow, all the latest styles. You are sure to find just what you want here and our saving prices lengthens your purse. We are agents for America's three best corsets Warner's Rust, Proof, R. fc G. and P. N. corsets. All the new models all prices. Honest dealing, truthful representation, security to buyers, are watch-words eyer with us. LINEN BARGAINS. At 25 cents Fine sheer linen lawn, a 35 cent value. At 39 cents 3G inch white shirt waist linen regular 50 cent quality. At 98 cents Pure linen sheeting, full 2i yards wide, never before offered at so low a price. LACE BARGAINS. A 5 cents We also place on sale tomorrow another lot of those beautiful laces, similiar to those sold at special sale several months ago The lot consists of Valeneines, Torchons, and Point de Paris, inserting and edge to match from one to 3V inches wide, your choice this sale .only 5 cents. HOSIERY BARGAINS. At 18 cents Ladies full regular fast black lace lisle hose, the quality most stores sell at 25 cents. At 15 cents Ladies seamless fast black lace lisle hose, full lace to tue toe. At 33 1- cents Ladies fine imported lace lisle, fast black hose, the quality always sold heretofore at 50 cents. THERE IS NOTHING LACKING That should be here to perfect our Millinery department. It is as nearly perfect as human hands can make it. We take our milli nery business seriously. We believe our patrons worthy of the best that brains and money can supply. Artistic designing, expert trim miug correct fashions an endless variety of shapes and materials, prices modest. Can we do more? Why We Can we C3uc re a t V allies, The values we offer are the result of superior buying. That we do buy ad vantageously is proven by the low prices we make on high class merchandise. The choicest bargains will be the first to go, so come while the stock is full and complete. Put your finger in our bargain piethe plums are plenty and the picking is full of profit to you. The prices quoted in this add are for SPOT CASH and as it will tax our force to the utmost (o wait on trade we cannot cut samples during this sale. These bargains are for the consumer and will not be sold to other merchants at wholesale. 1 WOMAN'S R. E. LEIGH. l i If M ti i 3 n li jj-jr fir" Miss Allie Stevens returned Sunday afternoon to Greenwood after a short stay with relatives in this city. Mattings in Japanese and China weaves, just received, at Selig's. Patterns and qualities the best. Fifty cents per yard to the cheapest. Willie H. Wood, Jr., son of Mr. W. H. Wood, has been yery sick but we are glad to report him better today. Just received a ton of alabas tine. Decidedly the best and most sanitary liuish for walls. For prices, etc., see Mayo & Weaver. Miss Lizzie Whitfield will be found at Buder Bros', during the present month assisting in their spring trade. Carriage paint; oak, walnut, cherry, rosewood, mahogany ftnd bog moss varnish stains, ready for use. Sold at Johnston & Caine's drug store. m Mr. O. B. Locke leaves toiay for St. Louis where he goes to accept a position with a promi nent wholesale grocery firm. Mr. Locke has for some time been with the firm of T. J. Locke and Son in this city and is a young man worthy of the great success we wisli for him. Mr. C. H. Ayers has awarded the contract for a pretty cottage just back of his home on Second Avenue North. This step means that all of the fine building lots on this street will soon be built up with good homes and cottages for it is one of the prettiest streets in Columbus. For the great game of base ball on Saturday the Ladies' Aid Society of St. Paul's church will serve light refreshments on the grounds and will appreciate the patronage of the public. Cakes and ices and coffee and sand wiches will be served and the re freshment booth will be made as attractive as possible. Board of Supervisors Meeting. The regular meeting of the Beard of Supervisors for the month of April was hold at the Court House - beginning last Monday morning at nine o'clock with the following present: Hon. Battle Bell, President of the Board: Messrs. S. W. Caldwell, Win. F. Barksdalo, K. P. I lairs ton and C. II. Jordan, associate members; D. I). Kit-hards, c leric, and T. A. Eggle.-ston, sherin", when the following proceedings were had : The minutes of the last moot ing were read and approved. Albert ToLston was appointed road overseer in place of Sam Hodge for Koad No. District No. 1. The petition of W. H. Davis, .1. N. Dobbs and others, asking that their lands in District No. 2 be added to the stock law dis trict was granted. The petition of J. W. Smith. J. T. W. Hairston and W. S. Mus- tin asking that a road to Chow der Springs le laid out, was granted. Peter Beckwith was appointed overseer of the Chowder Springs road in District No. ,". in place nf Jim Smith. The report of S. M. Nah. County Superintendent of Kdu- catiou, was received and III d. The report showed pay cei tiii- cates issued amounting to sJ, 55(5.50, and ten white and nine colored schools visited in the past mouth. M. J. Sharp was appoinh d road overseer of IJo.nl No. 15, District No. 1, in place of doe Mehaffey. II. II. (Hunter was released from the payment of poll tax, his assessment being erroneous. Allen Jordan was appointed overseer of Koad No. IP, District No. 2 in place of D. L. K-rvin. The clerk was ordered to issue a warrant for '5 12, the amount due the Artesia School District. The petition of D. A. Burgin. W. V. Council and oilers asking that the County buy a piece of land in Maybe w I -locking the public road was granted and the Clerk was ordered to draw a warrant for 10 payable to Mr-. A. E. Pritchford for the same. L. G. Vaughan was appointed overseer for Koad No. 2 in Dis trict No 1 in place of Will ( J upton. E. D. Egger was appointed overseer of Koad No. 11 in Dis trict No. 1 in place of Ed. Stew art. J. W. Savage was appointed overseer in place of J. K. Smith for Koad No. 5 in District No. 1. Wiley Johnson was appointed overseer of Koad No. 7 in Dis trict No. 2 in place of .. E. Shackleford. Bey. Leigh was apps intt d over seer of road Koad in Dis trict No. 2 in place of Will Sim mons. Burton Shedd was appointed overseer of Koad No. ! in Dis trict No. 2 in place of Nick Shearon. Frank Thompson was appoint ed overseer of Koad No. U m District No. 2 in place of J. M. Gibson. The hands on Mis. Cok-man's place in District No. ;; were or dered to work Koad No. 21 in the same district. The Sheriff was uuthori.'-d to advertise and sell all lands not advertised and sold at the regu lar time. The session of the Board yes terday was short and little (;f im. portauce was transacted With the exception of allowing a num ber of bills. It was ordered that Dr. N. Ik Wood be appointed doctor for paupers in District No. 1 at a salary of 10 per year, payable quarterly. Ordered that tho settlement, between attorneys for and against in the case of .Mrs. lias kerville be ratified. Ordered that Benjimin Frank lin and Ida Adell Kced be bound to J. W. and Mollie Knssell un til of age. s.y No further" business corning before the Board a motion to ad journ until next month was made and carried. A Dandy for Burns. Dr. Iiorprin, I'ana, Ills., wriu.-: "I have used Ballard's Snow Lini ment; always recomm. nd -.1 it to lay friend.-;, as I am eon!idcnt there is n better made. It is a dandy for lmnis. Those who live on farms arc f -i ri 1 -ly liable to many accidental cuts, burns, bruises, which lu?ul raj. idly when Ballard's Snow J.iniimnt is ap plied. It should always bo !..e;Mn tb house for cases of eti:errt -nc.v. " - ."0c, $1 bottle. John-ton & Came.