. jY MAN'S
Including oi fine $20.00, $22.50, &25.00 and 27.50 garments. We're overloaded and compelled to
unload at o;;ie." The Big Store's rigid policy of hurrying out all surplus stock, regardless of the loss incurred thereby,
will -durinc:' this. sale be emphaticallv.and imoressivelv enforced., We have taken our entire stock of fine suits, rang-ino- in
price up to J27.50, and made one gigantic lot to close out in this Great CASH CLEARING SALE at $14.85. The original ,
price tickets are on each and every suit. These suits were made to our especial order by Strouse & Bros., Rosenwald &
Weill and' the Arnold-Louchheim Co., and embrace the choicest of the season's newest and nobbiest styles, in plain
and fancy shades, sizes 33 to 44;, a price, style and fit for every man in this vicinity . . . .
10,00 and $12.50 Men's Soils
. : for $4.95
About 40 good; all-wool j .suits ''that
formerly sold at from $10.00 to "$12.00
each in this unequalled bargain lot.
This consists of broken sizes, odds, and
ends and discontinued . brands and
styles, but the man who .is ... looking" for
unprecedented values will not have " to
go further. Choice
Men's Fine Shoes
Ten lots of men's fine, hand-sewed
shoes, in all about 300, pairs. All toes
and leathers; best makes, such as the
Bostonian; Florsheim, Giesecke and
Eclipse; formerly sold at $5.00 to $5.50.
Put in thjssale at one price, for choice
TRAOE rfRK REG'O.
Big Price Reduction
On Men's New
The following shoes are well-known
brands and come in all style toesgun
metal, vici and shiny leathers: .
48 pairs Men's Bostonian $5.00 Shoes,
96 pairs Men's Florsheim$5.oo Shoes,
41 pairs Men's J. E. French $5.00 Shoes
25 pairs Men's Giesecke $.oo Shoes, .
150 pairs Men's Bostonian, French and
Giesecke 4.00 Shoes
' . choice
J I -
GREAT SPECIAL SALE OF NEW EMBROIDERIES AND LAGES
1000 yards fine, hand-loom Cambric and Swiss Edges and Insertions,
, in a complete assortment of all widths in matched ; sets, including
open and blind patterns. An offering' of unsurpassed value and
magnitude. Prices made low to induce trade during January.
." You'll be surprised when you see the quality at the price ,
. Per yard...' .-..lOc
Odds and Ends, Remnants, etc. The past busy season has left
;us with many remnants, short lengths and odds and ends, com
prising desirable goods from every department of The Big Store.
Come, take your pick from the long bargain counters
at :: Half Prices
Special Prices on Lace Curtains.
Carpets at Cost.
We have a few hun
dred yards of good all
wool carpets which we
offer during this sale
and Comforts reduced
20 per cent
: during this sale. .
A large lot of Japan
ese and Chinese Matt
ing remnants of vari
ous lengths at half
price to close out.
BIG DISPLAY OF NEY SPRING WASH GGODS
A great offering in Wm. Anderson's Scotch Ginghams, in asen
range of plaids and stripes, at per yard .t-Sl.J1
Keal seal and 1011 de JNorred Ginghams, permanent ' colors ank ly
dreds 01 styles, at per yard. .
Utility and Zephvr Ginehams.. None better at the
Per yard...... Z . r M,re;ror
J . --iitli Mr.
Spring Percales and new Calico in an endless array cVs"; N
colorings. ' 'od.
New Cambrics, Suitings, Galatea and Waistings, specially v)liai
New white mercerized Waist Cloth, 40 inches wide. ' 'at ln
Per yard ' aN
40-inch India Linen, special per yard..i;.....MJ,1)J in-
500 yards real Linen Torchon Laces and Insertions,
gain we have ever seen in laces at, per yard
. - leni was
At Cost and Mucin Less.
All our Ladies' and Children's Cloaks are going almost at your own price. A good selection to choose
Slaughter prices rather than carry over.
, s Dora
s p liave
. . ,' have
29 Ladies' all-wool tailor-made suits carried over from last spring and past fall. . Some with long and others with short coats.
Original prices from $15.00 to $25.00. Your choice in this sale ....
to have a
fl and his
'.tiring the late
more than tle
was always ex-
"ty be what it
life, and later
""near the good
The Wednesday Club,
A very interesting meeting of this
club was at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Cobb on Church street Wednes
day in honor of Mrs. Pearson, of Rip
ley. The game resulted in the winning
of first prize, a stickpin set with pearls,
by Mrs. Wallace Moore, and the award
ing of consolation, a Christy picture, to
Miss Laura Cathey. Refreshments in
three courses were served. . Visitors
were Mrs. Hibbitts, Mrs. Watson and
Mrs. Pearson. :
Christmas Cantata To, Ee Repeated.
In response to a number of urgent
requests the M.' E. Church choir has
consented to repeat the cantata next
Sunday evening. January 24, beginning
at 7 o'clock. An additional feature to
the original program will be a solo dur
ing the intermission by Miss Julia Park
Buggies, an accomplished violinist of
Boston. Thechoir.will also lie assisted
by Messrs. .Fletcher Tate and Buford
Hurt on cornet and clarinet. : . . .
Beginning Jan. 23 and continuing
until Feb. 2 there will be a Convention
of the. Christian and Missionary Alli
ance at the Alliance Chapel on North
First street. The speakers will be Rev.
J. E. Ramseyer, Fort Wayne, Ind.;
Rev. L. B. Padgett, Humboldt,. Tenn.;
Miss Kate E. Priscoll, returned mis
sionary from Soudan, Africa. '
Services at 2.80 and 7 P- in. A cor
dial invitation extended. ,
First Christian Church.
'. The regular preaching services will be
held at the First Christian Church Sun
day morning and night, conducted by
the pastor, J. J. Castleberry. The pub
lic generally is invited to attend these
services. The Sunday Sdhool meets at
9.80 o'clock and ill the members and
their children are requested to come. - :
a City Council.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen
met hi regular session last Tuesday
evening with the following proceedings:
J. P. Verhine, W. P. Nash, O. Sprad
liii and others petitioned for permis
sion to by tiling along Ea-st High
street, south of their residences, west on
High street to Waddell street and west
on Waddell to the big ditch and to emp
ty into the 'ditch on north side of the
N. C. & St. L. Ry., said tiling to be for
the purpose of carrying the offal from
water closets, the wish to place in con
nection with them and at their own ex
pense. ' Continued until next meeting.
T.P.Noah filed bond as City Mar
shal and same was accepted. ,
J. A. Hefley filed bond as city treas
urer and same Was accepted.
. Too Much Face.
You feel as if you had one face too
many when you have neuralgia, don't
you? Save the face, you may need it;
but get rid of the neuralgia by applying
Ballard's Snow Liniment. Finest thing
in the world for rheumatism, neuralgia,
burns, cuts, -scalds, lame back and all
pains. Sold by NaiUing Drug Co.
re to be laid
Cary, nise was given
Preuetf, promise was
F. P.; brother seems
. Married. ; '
Mr. Fernando Fuzzell and Miss Lena
Hogan, of the vicinity '.north of town,
were united in marriage this week. The
young people are well known and are JS my little collection
esteemed by numbers of good friends 'lose hy wishing those
who extend congratulations. ; many blessings and a
.""I "Z rtT . . .r to depart from this
, Judge Jones Court. ,er t-ord is loosed and
' Attorney-General Caldwell was suffi upon to embark for the
iiig this week from heart trouble, ' ;
being too ill to attend court, Maj.tN-v McAlister Cloak!
Holmes was, by agreement of coii " "
for the State, assigned to act as SuJ.e Sl,its Sowing out of
Attorney. The selection (of the eater fire in Chi.-ago
was complete.1 Wednesday ovenint .y one of the con
the evidence in the trial of Ed Ma?pa",es' whi,'h aSre'J to
was taken up Tluirsday evening.
saeh person lost.
jury is as follows: Joe. L. Rogers,
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