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Facts are always more or less forceful.
Here every department teems with just s
are not economical at any price, no matt
afford is in the end the most economical.
good selling. Mimnaugh set the pace fo
high prices and put high class merchandi
THIS WEEK'S BILL OF FARE.
Clip this "ad" out and bring it with you, for we can fill it to a "T".
THANKSGIVING TABLE LINENS.
5 pieces 72-in. extra heavy cream and bleached Table Damask,
choice of several patterns, an extraordinary value, worth everywhere
75c. yd., special for Thanksgiving sale 49c. yd
5 pieces 72-in. double Satin Damask, best Linen on earth, and worth
$1.50 yd., special for this sale 89c. Yd.
200 doz. Napkins 59c., 98c., $1.25, $1.49 up to $3.50 doz.
TABLE LINENS DIRECT FROM BELFAST,
IRELAND, TO.NEWBERRY, S. C.
Short lengths Table Linens 2, 2 1-2, 3, 3 1-2 yds. long to go at half
price. We carry the best stock of Table Linens in upper Carolina.
MIMNAUGH'S BIG SHOE STOCK
Requires a bigger spread i1 advertising space, as this mammoth stock
itself is virtually spreads over the entire store. The renowned Drew
Selby Shoe for Ladies "has a walk over." No such dependable
leather is put in other Shoes for the same money; all styles and sizes
and every pair guaranteed or a new pair for the asking.
10 cases Drew Selby & Co. Ladies' fine Shoes just opened, $1.98,
$2.49 and $2.98. When you want Shoes come direct to Mimnaugh's.
We lead the PROCESSION.
If you are a stranger in New
you have to do is follow the <
Could Not Trust Him. negro who had 'on a new
Atrawordy argument in which struck over the ahead and r
neither score'd, two Irishmen decided long gash on 'ehe scalp. H
to figh-t it out. It 'was agreed, says his way .to the stre.et, whe
the Washington Post, that when eith- standing watehsing 'the row.
er said "I've enough" the fight should came up another negro saw
cease. wound and, with eyes bul
After they 'had- been at it about ten said:
minutes one of them fell, and imme- " 'Ma goodness, Sam!
diatrely yelled, "Enough! I've enough !" your haid.'
But his opponent kept on pounding The other negro 'brought
hiim until a man who was watching holding his 'hat, around fro
them said: 'him, and replied:
"Why don't you let 'him up? He, " 'Haid hell! Look at t!ha
says he's got enough.''"
"I know he says so," said the victor, Reflections Of A Bach<
'between punches, "but 'he's such a It is a good law 'that work
Siar vou can't believe a word he says." tion day.
There isn't so much fun
At Least A Help.wiedathrisnhvi
"Uncle David" was and Oldtown tikyuaegtigi h
character, some of whose sayings Agr hsa wu o
have been put into !black and 'white by t~e are n hnn
Mr. Norton in his "Sketches" of t:hat wa hmbcueo h
vicinity. David used to run -rafts of IOenc tigaotbi
lumber down the Penobscot, and was g~i os' aeaydfe
'wont to boast -that he "always sold to mc fafo o r no
one man, .and when he didn't sell to Yucudhrl vrm
him, he sold to somebody else." 'anbeiv tatseog
Onie day Uncle David was stand- jdeamnsbsns bl
ing on the river bank 'when a stern-wahetashifmly
-wheel steamboat passed. He gazed
long and :htoughtfully at the vessel.,ane Prgah
and then, turning -to a 'bystander, said, Ifteewrnools
in a tone of deep conviction:
"That wheel is a great sa rvice to
that bot."cHoe is the'rie isvin hvt
dioure suittn is usua
Ruind HiHatApeie than an awddingt<
"Lev.e.woth. sad Nil 'Bren,ftoe manre cand beahero no
"has orausedemobhaveussooe ofeth
touhes neroe intheword. Aoeuic th ab t waytoi
few earsago aswithamistre manto oe'mep anyre ifer
sho 'hee ndshllevr oretan Youculf. ady vrm
instnce hat appeed. h ngroe hetheve hme sheaug
and get theayonheseats.sAboit fwoily.
hunded f tem wre rowing If ahere wen stree . ra
againt thedoor nd qurellig.shener rdeommndl
Those behind" wereepushing.bThdgexercrse
door as inimmient dnger fbe diaontmrenhrto. p
i"gebaveniwo hen said Neilicemren,wl ikhcue'e ub
"arse o us~e scen a, boega beat thefhe adante
tougthes negroes bacnwth wl. On A nr
The stronger the fact thegreater
uch facts. Poor goods mad' of poi
er how cheaply priced, only the bE
This big stock fairly bulges with j;
r modern merchandising in this t<
se within the reach of all than any s
Underwear for Men, Women & Children,
Case after case rolling in on almost every train.
If you want Underwear cheap come to the big stcre.
1 case "Wright's Undershirts and Drawers, all wool,
worth $1.00 a garment elsewhere, here only 75c. each.
100 doz. Ladies' and Misses' Union Suits, this week
200 Little Children's vests. worth 25c., this week
each 12 1-2c.
We have more Suits than we have boys.
385 Boys' Suits worth $2.00 and $2.50, this week for
100 more Men's Overcoats received by express, worth
$8.00 elsewhere, here only $5.00 each.
JACKETS AND CLOAKS.
Every express rolls in new Cloaks. It is- astonish
ing to see the piles of Cloaks we do sell, the right
goods at the right prices tell the tale.
berry and don't know w
:rowds and you will havE
hat, was f
eceived aI***@*$ $ $ $
e worked PaoEhbt
re. I 'was duiaoExi i
the scalp * street, opposite Masonic Memple.
~ing out, OUR PIANOS
'are of the standard makes and are nmarked
Look at *rom *r225 up.
his hand yaYosenmaou5O
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~lor.1428 Main Street,
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the force of many a strong argument,
:r material, ill fitting or ill made garments
st, the very best your pocket book can
.ist such economies. Goodbuying means
>wn, and..1 have done more to knock out
tore that ever done business in Newberry.
PRICES TO CATCH AND HOLD THE CROWDS.
25 pieces A. C A Bed Ticking, worth 20c., special 14c yd.
100 full pieces Canton Flannel worth 15c., special 10c. yd.
50 full pieces Canton Flannel worth 8e , special 5c. yd.
200 full pieces Outing, new fall styles, worth 7 1-2c , special 4c. yd.
25 full pietes red twilled Flannel worth 20c., special 15c. yd.
25 full pieces red twilled Flannel, worth 35c., special 25c
100 full pieces Calicoes, worth 61-4c., 10 yds. to each customer 4c. yd.
100 full pieces Percales, worth 10c., 10 yds. to each customer 7 1-2c. yd.
BLANKET AND BED SPREAD SALE.
100 pair 10 1-4 Blankets, worth $1.50, special this week 98c. pair.
100 pairs 11 1-4 Blankets, worth $2.00, special this week $1.39 pair.
50 pair 10 1-4 Blankets, all wool, worth $3 00, special this week
50 pair 10 1-4 Blankets, all wool, worth $4.50, special this week
50 large Rugs to go this week at half price.
25 large Art Squares, special this week $3.49, $5.00, $6 50, and up
to $10.00 each.
ALL KINDS OF TRUNKS.
It's a fact. I can show you the biggest pile of Trunks in town.
You don't have' to take my word for it, just step up stairs and see
here Mimnaugh's store is, all
no trouble in finding
For Safe Prescription Work,
For All Sick Room Goods,
For the Best Hair Brush,
For Warranted Tooth Brushes,
For All Good Toilet Articles,
For All Good Talcum Powders,
For Lazel!'s-The Best--Violet
Talcum--6 Oz. Bottle 25c.
For a Satisfactory trade or your