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Search the town from the
you find a stock of mercha
quickly supply your wants,
this great bargain center.
lar favor that rushes to thi
if you can, that has turned
The Big Bargaiq Whei
AT 9 O'CLOCK !
Mimnaugh's Quick 5
It's the spirit behind the gun that does the work.
Any Tom, Dick or Harry can tell you they cg
Mimnaugh, but why don't they do it?
36 in. Percales, new fall styles, other stores chai
price 6c. yd.
36 in. good, heavy Sea Island, other stores cha
price 5c. yd.
Good heavy Outing, fall styles, other stores charl
price 4 1-2c.
54 in. Broadcloth, all shades and black, other si
naugh's price 45c. yd.
Table Oil Cloth, other stores charge 25c., Mimns
40 in. Newberry Mills Homespun, other stor'
naugh's price 6 1-4c. yd.
30 in. Newberry Mills Drill, other stores chart
price 6 1 -4c. yd.
Heavy Canton Flannel, other stores charge 1 5c., 19
Good Calicoes, other stores charge you 5c., Miff
The big' store is literally packed with goods fr<
b,ack, both floors.
The Big Cloak Dopc
This is where we do the
wagon rolls in new Cloaks
The following can't be match
New lot Long Coats, wol
go this week as a leader $1
~ ~' Another lot worth $12.
/*~ ~ ~ $10.00..
$7 50 is the price we has
450 Ladies' Fine Jacket
your choice $5.00.
500 Ladies' fine Jackets
trimmed, worth $3.50 to'$4
week for $2.98.
- 60 Little Baby Cloaks
?Cord and nicely trimmed, 8
For any want in Dry Goo
its the biggest in the town
v The Crowd
Southern depot to the Skyscrap
ndise to equal MIMNAUGH'S, wit
it's no wonder that the people th
Competition is powerless to ste
s big store. Judge all things by r
loose more good, ripe, juicy barge
3starts Again Wednesday
SHARP. BE ON HAND RAIl
teppers! MEN'8 CLOTHING Al
No matter what you want in 1
here first, we guarantee to save y
n sell you as cheap as 350 Men's Fine Suits, worth
special for this week $7.50.
~ge 8 1-2c., Mimnaugh's 325 Men's Fine Suits, worth
500 Men's Fine Suits, worth
ge 6 1-2c., Mimnaugh's All kinds of suits for all kinds
e, 8 1-2z., Mimnaugh's Ba a
ores charge 85c., Mim- We own direct from the "Bla
ughs price 12 1-2c. yd. te sif t2 et ar
~s charge 7 1 -2c., Mim- wt y~a fsligtig o
~e 8 l-2c., Mimnaugh'sA Stne
imnaugh's price 10Oc. yd.
naugh's price 3 1 -2c. yd.Wepaeosle10flpi
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ed esewhre or teprie.willinery allnover the Milnr' h
2epac.00.e10 ul i
>emathe font or $1.0 cahbsnesealsesti
dllo t wors to 65w7,ondrs
inpiececk6 in. tan, nicelyr
ade lseWhte $3o9.r0thirepricearo.n
th49 $1.98 and $u800 to seil$.8 0 arLr
ds, illiery,Cloinery Sholin ndv
er and no where can
h twenty odd clerks to
rong by thousands to
m the current of popu
esults, think of a store,
tins than Mimnangh's.
Morning Oct. 18th,
4 OR SHINE.
1D ODD PANTS-2ND FLOOR
Clothing, whether for men or boys, come
o 1from $2.00 to $4.00 under anybody's price.
$10.00, and most stores charge you $12.00,
$13.50, special $10.00.
$7.00, special $5.00.
of boys, from 3 to 17 years old. Bring the
t Hosiery Sale!
:k Cat" Hosiery Mills three hundred dozen
makers tried to make us promise to hold
but such a promise wouldn't be in keeping
: less, as a bargain lot of the "Black Cats"
s week at 17c. pair.
Sin Dress Goods!
ces colored Dress Goods, not a yard in the
35c., take your choice of any yard in the lot
Taffeta Silk worth $1.50 yd., not over a
~cial 98c. yd.
ALL MILLNERY SALES!
r Millinery -
rho is doing
wool by Southern men.
> Blankets, full 10 1-4 worth $5.00, special
i Wool Blankets, full 11 1-4, worth $7.00,
~e cotton blankets worth $1.75, $2.00 and
ch customer, $1.50 a pair.
H ats hunt the big store,