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ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUKKDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1903. TWICE A WEEK. $1.Ni A YEAR
HOW WELL I HAVE Si
pen competition with men and si
entitled to any man's trade unles,
cessfully conducted my business
my big store this past two weeks
able to handle the crowds which
stock of Merchandise to select fr<
1Th
Is n
Bla
w it',
N. per
S ;I~
at r
7. 1.
the
IMNAUGW'S Stoni
bolts of Canton Flannel, Slightly
a customer. unly 5c the y,ard.
oo bolt s of Ihe regutlar 1i o(ut intig, n
5oo yds. Drilling to go this week at
ve ry express
E,very day New 'Millinery rolls in.
id Quality for the prices asked have n c
1poi yourself to investigste this magnifice
LADIES WAKl
A CAR1
Di_SUCCEE
CCEE And Increased my business from year
Gooc, Distributor in upper Carolina.
ores who boldly claim that they are entitled to the bu:
I can give him Better Goods for less money than an:
for the past years, and the one and only platform upor
would have put most merchants guessing. I was nol
were scattered over five thousand feet of store space.
>m.
Dress Goods and Sil
EveryOne nowsWho carries the stock o
Every One Knows I can sell every Woman
their Fall Outfit and then have some left.
15 pieces 54 inch Stephens Mixtures for Suits,
Suitings ever shown worth 75c and most stores aE
59c the yard.
6 pieces 54 inch Black Zibiline makes a swell S
3 pieces worth $1.50, tor this sale only $1.12 1
3 pieces worth $1.25, for this sale only 89c.
10 pieces Broadcloth 38 inch all shades worth
15 pieces Broadcloth 54 inch all shades worth 3
Our entire line Black Dress Goods to go at Cut
l you want a Stylish Suit or Ski
s Stylish Jocket
nade of Fine Kersey Cloth in
ck, Caster and Tan Lined
h Satin, full tailored, made
fect fitters, would bring $9.00
nost stores, but my price on
m is
ONLY $5.49.
o has "Old High Priced Credit
soiled, worth oc, for hh, wk -A only o yards to 3
ot over 20 yds. to each cttomner th is w.ck only 6+c.
only 5c the yard.
briqgs Newmillineryu
tu1 1161ink-1-tS art.IIS (111) mla a n ight 01ir H ats l Style~
(111als If No ii art. tiot alread\ one of otir etistonters take it. It
lit stock. $1
OUR BIB SHOE
Is full to the brim. I can and will sell y
profit than any store in this town of any
000 prs. children's Shoes, pebbik grain
000 prs. Ladies' Shoes, button or lace,
same Shoes are sold in town $ 1.50
in town who has the new fall styles, ani
000 prs. ..adies' Shoes, lace, p..tenrt tip
KIRTS-A Forty Foot Table Piled Wtth Ladies' Walki
LO A D OF TRUN}
R In The Can
D$ LIKI
_u sUC
to year until today I stand before the peo
I am justly proud of its record. Victory
iness because they have been here for y,
( other store offers him. This is the platf
which I solicit your trade. The big wav
caught napping. Assisted by sixteen sa
We are the only Dry Goods concern in
k Department.
f Dress Goods and Silks of the town.
Miss and Child in Newberry county
all wool, the best values In mixed ,w
k 85c, Mimnaugh's price this week .
)uit or Skirt.
-2.
75c, for this sale 47 1-2c the yard.
i1.25 for this sale 83c the yard.
prices this week.
rt come to Headquarters.
N IliUsh JOcI
High Novelties in Ca
ter, Tan and B3a
from
$3.00 UP TO
$18.00 EAC
Stores" on Fire. Stop
bales 36 in. White le in ni worth 6A to go
bolt" of ho e S!tI!dl. Calic s t') L'0 aM 0
bolts full 31 inch Iercalc wortih 15 cents, as h
yar d.
A Big Pattic.
5,)(10 alo UndeM,c r .-; I I't k irts o go. oil sialen
[Oubt the higgost lot 1101perskirts %,,)i1 ever sa winl the toy
75. 20 dd. to go onl sale at $1 .19, wortlh $2 25. 5 1(L
DEPARTMENI
Du Good Shoes at less rnargin
description.
,button an d lace, 9 to 1 2 at only
" " " i3 to 2 "
heel or spring heel ( WVolfe B3ro&
and $l.75, we are the only I
d only ask $1.25.
worth $ 1.25~ elsew'here, onl1 y E
ng Skirts, 98c, $1.49, $1.98, $2.49, $2
(S PILED UP
Iinas.
CESS
pie as being the biggest Dry
after victory has been won in
3ars. I don't feel that I am
orm upon which I have suc
e of traffic that swept ihrough
lesmen and salesladies I was
Newberry who have $50,000
ets #*
s-~
k
H.
,Look and Listen.
:tt ony:eyard.
dy,jc y;lrd.
mg ais thecy last for mnliy 1( Cenlts
at Gle.
t. alinlost)youri own prie. This is Withot
nit 25 (10-', to go on) sae avft only 91e, Worth
I > go ()'I stic alt i, wrh$3.(x).
75c.
95c.~
) the
ouse
)8c.1
,98 upt $.0 Ea.
STA R S

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