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1 1. ,1 'J Ti.7r J V .1 A- i J ' ."3 J . ' M J. 'A V, -l V'?-". ' iB n Villi 4 4 4 J f j J ft 4- 4 M. j"-K,; V- - J V .1. )L, vA.X W; i, j Big Removal- Sa e Consolidation Beginning Monday, Jan. 11, The entire stock of the Verhine Store will be sacrificed for two weeks only. Then we consolidate what is left with the main house. Rather than have the expense and trouble of moving so many goods and the fact that we will not have the room for two such mammoth stocks, have decided to throw the whole stock on the market at cost and less, con sisting of Dry Goods, Millinery, Notions, Carpets, Matting, and Shoes. The high class of goods handled by the Verhine Store and the fact that all kinds of goods are advancing in price, should make this sale doubly interesting. You will do well to anticipate your spring needs. 2000 yards Chambry, regular price 10c; removal price 5c. $uuu pair Lace uurtains, some slightly imperfect, regular goods worth from $1 to $i per pair; removal sale price from 59c to 79 edits. 2000 yards Table Oil Cloth, worth 20c per yard; remo'val sale price 10c. 5000 yards Sea Island Domestic; removal sale price 5c. 1000 Ladies' Heavy, Fleece-lined Vests and Pants worth 35 cents; removal sale price 22c. 500 dozen Ladies' and Children's Stockings; removal sale price 8c 10,000 yards best Calico (spring goods just opened), will be 6c to 7c later, in this sale 5 cents. 8000 yards Hamburg and Swiss Edgings and Insertion; 4000 yds Torshon and Yalencines Laces. These items are seasonable and will be an investment. Remnants, Odds and Ends of all kinds, in large piles on center counters, will be a special feature! W ool Dress Goods, fancy and plain Silks will be sacrificed. Table Linen, Napkins and Towels at prices you will be glad to pay Carpets, Rugs and Matting and a large line of remnants of Matting will be sacrificed. ' Millinery of all kinds, including Ribbons, Velvets, Feathers, Plumes, Ladies' and Children's Street and Trimmed Hats at less than one half Eastern Cost. We will not move or carry over a single hat if possible. SHOES Shoes for Ladies, Child ren and Boys. Our stock is practically complete and made by reliable shoe makers, such as Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co. and the Gibson Girl Shoe Co, They all go in this sale. 100 Ladies' All-wool, Tailor-made Suits, last season's . styles, all silk-lined, all iu one lot; choice for only $5.00; W e will open for this Bale a Dew line of Spring Calico, Gingham and Percales. , Trusting we. may be favored with your presence at this sale, and thanking you fr your past generous patronage. Sincerely yours, organ & verhine 60. P. S. A clearing sale of all winter goods, remnants and odd lots to make room for Spring goods at the Big Triple Department Stores (Morgan & Hardy Bros.' stand) will last 30 days. Remember this includes Dry Goods, Cloth ing, Shoes and Millinery. tr ot .CM A 1 r 1 J J r yty mv vi utM.n,iMJ;,Ul,i- ,ii,Jg tf.jf.i.a ,l,,..iL. f 0 L ' 7 JL-X.