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S Great RebMMdimi Sale $ t ; u If. To rebuild and remodel our entire store, we are compelled to reduce our stock; hence this sale will be made famous for unusual and extraordi nary bargains. Every dollar's worth of our high grade stock of clothing, dry oroods, shoes, hats and furnishing goods must be sacrificed in order to turn over our store to carpenters and builders. SALE BEGINS MONDAY, JAN. 30TH, AT 9 A. M. Yard wide heavy Unbleached Sheet ing, real value 5c, during this sale 3c. Yard wide Sea Island Sheeting, real value 7c, rebuilding price, per yard, 5c Cnlde.'vhed Carlo?: F1'"e', evtra heavy, value rebuilding price. - er yard, 0c. Bleached Canton Flannel, extra heavv, value lUc, rebuilding' price 7c HLKACIIKi) MUSLIN. Barker Mills, Fruit of the Loom, Rivals, Pride of t he West , Lonsdale Cambric, er vard, 5lAc. " Mc. (c Fast color Calico, per ward, American Indigo 1 ! ue Calico, p. vd., Simpson Black it White ' Crav Turkey Fed," Best i'rade Fane v. " Flannelettes, real value Oc, re building rice, per yard, (iood dark Outing, per vard. Best frade dark' outing, real value 10c, rebuilding price, per pard, 6 Ivxtra heavy Cheviot Shirting, real value 10c, rebuilding price, Best yrade Alamance, real value 7c, sale price, per yard, 4 Dress Goods. A WONDERFUL BARGAIN OF FERING OF AN IMMENSE AS- SORTMENT OF DESIRABLE DRESS FABRICS. Double-lold dress mods in hand some plaids and stripes, real val ue 15c, rebuilding price, per vd., c 42-inch noveltv dress "oods, over- .c 4c 4c 4c 4c be 4c Tc 2 C . c He shot weave, dressy and stylish, re d value 35c, rebuilding price, yer yard, l()c 42-inch all-wool novelty dress foods, ha -'(bome patter s and design , real value 50c, rebuilding pri e, - er yard, 25c. 3(-inch all-wool Fla?" r.el, black, blue, tan and red, rebuilding price, per yard,' 25c Silk-mixed poplins in the lead in y shades, real value 75c, rebuild ing price, per yard, 39c BLACK DRESS GOODS. Double-fold fancy black dress foods, worth 20c, rebuilding price, per yard, 14c. Ball thread, 3 balls for 2 papers pins lor K 2 papers hairpins for lc. 1 box mourning pins for lc Cotton batting, full weight, per lb., (c. Bargains in Underwear Ladies' ribbe ! vest, real value 20c, i t I I ' I i : I i IOC Black and blue whip-cord, 38 inches wide, worth 35c, rebuilding price, per yard, 42-inch figured JSrilliantine, sold elsewhere at 35c, rebuilding price, per vard, 42-inch Mohair and Brilliantine, handsome new figures, 50c qual ity, rebuildintr-price, per yard, Silk finished figured Brilliantine, 85c quality, rebuilding price, per yard, Silk warp Henrietta, 44 inches wide, worth 85c, rebuilding price, per yard, Cambric all colors, per vard, Silisia, all colors, 10c quality, re building price, per yard, Percaline, all colors, 12 li c quality, rebuilding price, per yard, Russellinj lining, 10c. "quality, re building price, per yard. Good ticking, worth 12-'j c, rebuild ing rice, per vard. Full width feather ticking, real value 15c, rebuilding price, p. vd.. 3 - .J v 23c 35 c 60c (0c 3c 7c 10c 7c Oc 11 c Ladies' ribbed vest, value 25c, re building price. -15c. Ladies' ribbed vest, value 35c, re building price, 2c Lad:.-;' ril.de,: union uit, real val ue 5uc, rebuilding price, 35c. Men's undershirts, white and rav, drawers to match, (5 and 75c. quality, rebuildnjr nrice, 40c Bargains in Shoes. Ladies' o-rain and love-orain and don-ola, in lace and button, plain and tip, solid leather, real value SI. 00 and SI. 25 rebuilding price, per pair, 75c. Our entire line of $2.00 ladies' shoes, in common sense, old lady comfort, opera toe, patent leath er, and spring heel, during our rebuilding sale per pair $1.25 Our entire line of ladies' fine shoes (this includes our hand-sewed shoes) in lace and button and all the leading toes, were$2.50, $3.00 and $3.50, rebuilding price p. pr. $2. on Men's fine shoes, laceand congress, were$1.50,rebinldinrpricep.pr. Sl.oo Men's line shoes, were $2.50, re duced to $1.75 Men's fine shoes, hand sewed, were $3.50, reduced to " 5" Clothing Department. Mom's Suit., were S'i.-'.O, re- Hoys' Suits, were 4. reduced Children's Suit, were S4.."0, dmed to to S-'.fiO: reduced to ' 1CK Men s Suits were and Bov' Suits wore :?.", reduced reduced to So.7." t Men'.. Suits w ere S and S'., Hoys' Suits w - re .50, redu. ed reduced to S.s," to ,5 j Men's Suits, were 10 ami S1-, Hov Suits, were ?. reduced Men's Oven-oats, were 4, re duced to -- Children's Suits, were S-.."0, reduced to Men's Overcoat.-., were S", n-- !.. dueed to reduced to Men's Suits were Slo, reduced - - Children's Suits, were .? 1 , re dueed to ? i . ' to Children:. Suit.-, were 7"e., re Children'.- Suit. were r Men' Overcoats, were SO and S7. reduced to S..' Men's Overcoats, were S10, re to Si 1 . 7" ! duced to duced to $7 0c. ltieed to if LAZARUS BROTHERS. ft . - MiiutiM nan jtri'e.