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That came our way last week ver
We are not running fake removal
ity of intelligent buyers'of Newb(
plane methods, once -egain we ask
our bargains. We have clipped t
gest yet. Time nor money will b
Extraordinary Values in Dress'Goods.
We carry as many Dress Goods as any two stores in Newberry,
hence your chances for getting suited are better here. Note the
following Mimnaugh prices:
24 inch Sicilian, a good dust shedder and that don't rub off, actually
worth 75c. y.d., special for this week 47c. yd.
44 inch imported Melrose, a good mourning black, nothing wears
any better, worth 79c. yd , special for this week 49c. yd
42 in. Crepe de Paris looks very much like a silk, very much in
vogue this season, worth and sells everywhere for $1.69 yd., for the
week's quick selling 89c. yd.
A big lot of Gray Dress Goods just opehed, some 54 in. wide in the
lot, and worth up to 89c. yd., for this week your choice 49c. yd.
Don't fail to visit our Dress Goods department.
Special Showing of Silks.
Real wash Silk 36 in. wide, not the usual flimsy kind, but a good
one, worth 65c., now the yd. only 45c.
27 inch China Silks, all shades, such as pink, rose, sky bhe, navy,
black and white, the 59c kind., for only 89c. yd.
A big lot of Taffeta Silks in all the leading shades, worth and sells
everywhere for 50c. yd., for this sale half price, only 25c.
Black Swiss Taffeta Bilk 36 in. Wide good rustling kind, worth $1.50
all over town, Mimnaugh's price is only 98c. yd.
Black Taffeta Silk, guarantee woven in every yard, our $1.00 num
ber now the yd. 79c.
Black Peau de Sole Silk, 36 in. wide, rich, glossy, black, $1.50 value
at 92c. yd.
Five pieces Wash Silk, a borker for 29e. yd., for this weeic only 19c.
Come direct to the silk house of upper Carolina.
GOOD PROMOTERS. ADVERTISING A BOOK.
They Must Possess the Power of In- How The Author of "Valerie'" Cap
spiring Confidence. tured Parisians Long Ago.
San Francisco Chronicle. 0 London Academy.
A story is told about a young fellow We had some notes a little whil
who applied at a big banking estab- ago on the methods which some au
lishmqnt for a position and who upon thors have adopted for the advertise
being told that all the clerkships were ment of their books. A corresponden
filled said quite confidentially, ''I've sonds us an example of this sort o
ever worked at the promoting busi- thing, which is the better worth quo
ess, but can't you send me to some ting because we have never seen I
riend of yours who needs a pro- quote1 in this connection before. It
oter?'' taken from a life of Mine. do Krud
i Strange indeed it is that almost ev- ner, whose novel ''Valerie'' appeare
ery one of the successful promoter's of shortly after Mmne. do Stacl 's ''Oel
* the present (lay is a man who wvent phlineC.' ' ''You kniow~ quite well,'' th
into the exceedingly diffcult work -author wrote to a friend, ''that nie
with scarcely more preparation than thier talent nor genius nor the exe
had gone the venturesome youth of hence of one's intent ions is -sumeier
this yarn. to insure a success. Everything (1
Gifted wvith good address, control of mnands some charlatanism.'' And tl
the .English language, fluency of biographer proceeds to tell us ho
speech and determinatio. 'a man wvho she translated her doctrine into a
embarks in the field has in possess- tion.
ion the qualities that have made D)uring several days, lhe writes, sI
many promoters rich and powerful. made the round of the fashionab
Many of them .wer,e lawyers to begin shops incognito, asking sometimes fi
with. Others wvere life ,insurance shawvls, sometimes for hats, feathei
'agents. One or two sold stock in a wreaths or ribbons, all '"a la Val
sinall way. Gradually each of these rie."' When they saw this beautif
men came to see that carving out a and elegant stranger step out of h
new way for himself would give him carriage with an air of assurance ai
a wider and more substantial future. ask for fancy articles which she i
And then at that moment the promo- vented on the spur of the moment t
teir was born. . shopkeepers wvere seized wvith a poli
But wvhether these promoters have desire to satisfy her by any means
won thAir spurs by organizing big their power. Moreover, the lady woui
concerns or corporations or by sell- soon pretendl to recognlize the artn
ing those already in the field there Is she had asked for. And if the imf<
not one of thenm but will telhyou that tunate shopgirls, taken aback by sul
..most of his sucess was due to his unusual demands, looked puzzhi.l
power to inspire confidence. A pro- Mmne. (de Kruidnier would( smile gi
moter that can't make ''the other eiously and pity them ror their
fellow'' believe in him and in his norance of the newv novel, thus tum
proposition might better be cleaning ing them all into eager readers
the streets. HIe niever will succeed. ''Valerie.'' Then, laden wvith p
The successful promoter must bd chases, sheo would drive off to anotl
* able not only to look men in tlie. eye, shop, pretending to search for ti
but lie must also be able to lAce the wvhich existed only in her imnaginati
Smost discouraging circumstances Aind Thanks to these maneuvers, she s
fight his way through them. ''hi' seeded in exciting such ardent corn
is a wvord the meaning of which hie tition in honor of her~ heroine that
must never learn, a week at least the shops sold eve
And the rewvards They range from thing ''a ha. Valerie.'' Her o
millions to a fee of $7 that was once friends, the innocent ,accomplices
paid to a promoter who successfully her stratagem, also visited shops
promoted the amalgamation of two her recommendation, thus carry
competing bootblacking establish- the fame of her book through
ments Faubourg Saint-Germain and
________________Chaussee d 'Antin.
'Here I'' roared the old lawyer to- - -
his son, studying law with him.-''You 'Soemnaeso.I h
told me you had read this wvork on cvi- ts fgtigrdo i oe
dence and yet the leaves are not cut."'' e curd oM.Cyei
* "Used X rays,'' yawned the versa- ln tt h zr
tile son, and the father chuckled with "Jc hagoetEup.
delight as lie thought what a lawyer "Ys dintko he (
thebo woldmae.-onoR Puch sim.''on Topcslo.Inten
tal2fgttn i f i,oe
ified the saying 14the people know
:ost .sales. With confidence in the
3rry to'discriminate between Con
P the great army of buyers tojudge
he profits from every line and pla
e spared to make every day this v
Dress Linen! Dress Linen!
36 in.' White Linen, medium wei ht, worth 35c., special for 26c. yd.
36 in. White Linen, round threag, soft finish, just right for skirts
- and suits, the 50c kind, for this sale only 35c. yd.
90 in. all-Linen Sheeting, made in Ireland. There are others in
town at this price, get a sample, and you will find a difference in the
quality. $1 25 quality reduced to 89c. yd.
36 in. Brown Linen, the smoothest and best on the town, the 29c.
quality, 19c. yd
27 in. Brown Liien, the all flax quality, the 15c kind, for this week
only 10c yd. Match it if you can.
Another Stunner in Embroidery.
An assortment of about 200 full pieces bought at 50c. op the dollar,
not a yard in the pile worth less than 10c., and most of the Newberry
stores sell them for 12 1-2c , jast to make things lively the 200 full
pieces go on sale Wednesday, not over twenty yards to each cuBto
. mer, 5c. yard. Be on hand when the bell strikes 9 o'clock.
Men's Negligee Shirts.
100 dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, not one in the lot worth less than
69c., and some worth 75c., we place the big lot on sale at one price
for this week 48c. Don't compare this with the 48c. Shirts sold
around town, for my 39c. shirts will match the other fellow.
50 doz. Lion Brand Shirts worth and sells every where for $1.00 and
$1.25, for this big sale 89c. each.
Every pair of Men's, Women's, Boys' and Girls' Shoes in the house
to go at cut prices. , Its part of my religion to cut the price and I am
going to stick to it.
WANTED A RAISE. a watch, then looking at his hand to
ascertain the time he would compare
A Story Of Marshall Field And One his figures with those of his watch,
Of His Pensioners. finding his own always correct.
Many of the People about, the vil
lage who doubted his power and who
Yo t' Compamiio looked upon it as a ''fairy story'
Among the charities of Marshall have by their own observation and ex
Field was a pension list of persons to perinients become convinced of its
whom a stated sum was sent regularly titth,.
each month. With these he was gen- Walter Nason was born in the town
erous, but lie disliked being imposed of P fort years ago and wed
1upon. One man, who had in some way I to Newport. when he was about l
impressed Mr. Field with his deserts, vars of age. IH atotendledl the dis.
-hadl a check each thirty days for $25. 'tret school at Oilman, after which hi
SHe had gone far from Mr. Field 's fo'uund employment in dlifferent mills
_ mnemory, but. remained on the list, at one of whiech he is working att the
e is pension made him quite ''an eli~- rsn ie
gible party'' in the circle in wvhich he isttme
lived, and at. last he yielded to the
blandishments of his landlady, an el- Happiest People In Europe.
dlerly, priosp)erouls wido'w, andl marriedl inverybody 's Magazine.
hier. If it be in harmony withI one's stir
''Now, Hlenry,'' she said to him rounidings to work and1( to thrive ai lit
next day, ' 'we 'll just be having your t he and to rear children, to have libi
pay raisedl. You can't keel) twvo as erty and security and be tolerant, an:
o easily as you can one. Mr. Field is a self respjecting constit.ute any nmeas
erich man, and lie will understand that. uire of happiness, then the Swiss ar
.You go down and tell htim you need all odds the happiest p)eole in lie
a$50 a month nlow. '' rope. Such, I think, is- the jitdgmeui
e' Away went Henry, and after mutch of ill observers that have been mue
ut argument and persuasion obtainedi ae- aimong them. You can test it by a sin
ess to thte inner office of the great pule reference. From every other mi
imeichanit, where lie stated his case. tio in Iturope there is emigratior
Mr. Field became interestedl at onice- fromi Switzerland little or none.
'A widow, ehi?' ''he inqutired smil- all limes about 300o,000 Swiss are
ting. 'Ddh.akyou or y'ou her'?'' foreign coutrtiies learning languiag<
Well, sir,'' st ammneredi Heniry, ''1 or miethods(1 of combining travel wil
a guess she didi lead ii up to it.'' wo.rk, but. they comie hiomei, aliwa:
Ho''1w l is she?'' I hey come homenl. The I ypical Swi
Abuoul fo'rty, sir.'' iiever thIinks of maiikiing permianwl
''I)id she suppoic,rt, hers~elf?'' reidnc out side of~ Swi trand it
ad "Yes, sir. .h a i bo.dn if I nlce tinking so, lhe chiianges bI
house. I hoardled wi th her. I. do yet, inda wheni ien- mkes~ iriniI ihereofP.
ini fact. '' .Ivh)ybod's Matgazinie.
vAh 'ys,' said Mr. Field. "So
ofyon wvant a raise, do you.? Let me see. AFwFrtAdHns
How much wats your penisioni? Twen- AFwFrtAdHns
ety-five dollars? Well, you woni't have The fo,llowing firist iiid ad ivee w
at to pay ant hoard now, so sutppQtse we eivon at a mael tmg of maolIway si
make it twelve and a half? 'That, will gonts:
in. keep you in spending mony.' "' I),n't put your~ finger oni an op
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~o Has Watch Made ByaNatui'ii, no,' mnt.' bm' in t.
ry- Abbeville Medium. .. ' tospbleigdn'doehep
li.vhreiiam nvg atNewport, int with whiskey, brandy, rum
in Maine, who has the mysterious abihi- gin ; don't- hind or cover a won
on ty of beiing able to tell the accurate with a hanilkerchief r rag (if y
mg time of day by simply looking in the cannot get a first aid packet use ele
the palm of his hiamid as another would at oIld muslin that has ijeen dippedl
the his wvatch..hiin waefoafwmnte
No one has b)eenl able to learun his do't in w atiento up ewheinhe
method, and ini fact lie himself cannot very' st paleteakt ;p wdon' waih
ble explain the source of his power .Tis wound, lando wa don't 'remove sh
it uincaiiny knowvledge is not of recent,
to origin, hie having used it for many Thlese hints are m'eant. for pul
years. inst ructio)n for those of the laity v
When he first began to use this may have occasion to extend first
uld gift, a lie conosider it he purchase noAcidns
e of Trade
a good thing whern they see it."
matchless values and the capac.
imercial "Wind Bags" and high
for themselves as to the merits of
nned to-make this week the big
teek a corker.
Two Cake-Takers in Persian Lawn!
100 full pieces 45 in. Persian Lawn, beautiful qualit.y, worth and
sells every where tor 20 and 25c for this wek's quick soling 12%c yd.
100 full pieces 45 in. Persian law, you can't match it in Amerca
for less than 35c yd., for this sale 22 1-2c. yd.
A Big Embroidery Sale.
A big counter of several thousand yards fine Cambric and Swiss
edges and Insertions, in beautiful patterns and designs, not a yard Ii
the lot worth less than 1fc., and some worth up to 26c. Be on hand
bright and early Wenesda:: morilng, rand you can buy all you please
for 10c. yard.
No. 40, 60 and 80 Taffeta Ribbon 1Oc. Yd.
We have enough ribbon to stretch to California, all shades and
black and white, not a yd in the lot worth less than 15c., and most of
it sells for 20c. yd., 40, 60 and 80 to go on sale for only 10c. yd.
Every express rolls in new millinery. More Hats and prettiest
Hats, that is the verdict of hundreds of customers. There is a
snappy style about our Hats that makes them so much desired by
correct dressers, judging from the gain of now, pleased customers
each day. We believe you will find hore at Mimnaugh's the Hat
that best becomes you.
Mimnaugh'leads in millinery styles and low prices.
Gliding Boat is a Novelty. hilk Twain Hiys- Ie gool aid
Tho old plistille ot, d fill( yol will ho lo''esukne." aond Ullelo
4ra111(es" seems to have suggested the Soloion sllys
latest novelty in iavigationa, aniad glid- '4liel(er be aile il good eonilly
ing boat. The flat stonle which im (1is i miliblo il bid
tlrownl into the w%,ater at a suitbilile T'e rendy lender gelerally I1i141
angle is seen to glide for it Short space oit. ( h il 11l gel H hi Oloe l1
over Ile sia'llee without imin rsiol. it grt dil 111 ill 11l old milying
And it ppears that by giving it nt ilit 'le %'o goes i-hlatrowing, goes
asu1itable foria and sped it cana be
made to glide in a simiilair way, thus Pltmxe lilts over Yom tesic! I r yol
aivoidinig a greit ( deali of the frielion liiveli it deml oil yenlr looldlig glis
iivolved in p1lowing thlie water inl tile II' yol lllwen'( i g gloss, over
usual wivy. A it nipt s had been 1)ie- Voi bml! I Voll lim-eol't a h)141,
vioulixy amade iilong Ithe same 1line withl- i.nx oyu inr i i et
4iit ianiy ciensilou piraitei Hlneess,k(li yynH)Ia ouiiyac
have sol vedl the problema of maiki ng iiaaialai 11li.i ii ) iit l
gil iing boiat,.I lis vexsei ixs iw'enty Noe iaxe i otieieil iiI
feet long by ten'i feet wide, an id 4'i)n- ~liiiil ~Iu o i tydi i x
planex. It. ix very light, thle framte- we o itiigh ia,diaj i tlio
w,irk bleinag of alium aium tunbex. Thi~ e yii1 liiilxi i ia .4 tltEi
naryP' ii atooile motor11 OPif I welvye iiIleli ii e
-haorxe powera, anad thlieboat enarriex I we ee ui i ai 141i'tiii rf
persons. When('i it. stts th e subnwr14'- 1agIh'iy
ged planes' plo4w the wiiteri. Ax it we w au ledVadITo o
-goex oni, however, I lay <p ik ly rixe, i ' i eti e.ae ib l,O thtitg
e iiid soon1 the boailt ix gliding ona thetiuat a'14wlteynmayIHrV
- xsurfac(e, xcearcel y touiniig thle waiter.itTeraeIi xwleatmy I
t it attahi axspeedl of twetty-five milesxluixll.
Ii an hour,arterswain'fayt-l"1111(goodianh
xt ~ ~ed itIi li gPii ex. Clyeou wil b xoine one. tourie Uleit u
L bevile Meium. We tdr hed 1,one i i ood U compan
The Syingsof Slonio. 'he rediiaay vu l aiderkgener ll t
aarn eioftuhi heodayn
Nevr o iul) luxaiex it i i'l* tPal dS,e ithi over0 your t d iek ! fyo
live. Tny II kiiiy4ii 4~'4ii l mvena ii~'t ixes y oiitur looking gVlai ay
at.ICeiudingA ugelIci I ie eiil youir. i44ilwdZ ! 1i(hyo him'l a hi, e
~ ~ ~ iuait next Ato4y<mr benetri lHuaa aurt
41411Imema wr,tiatidiallOr il yaorbsn fied
forliitiI Id'ixlifO t te 'Vi-dii Never(,I answer$'I. aldverisements 4)Pl that
~~~leuiyel H *o h(itt,takpromiskx eto pay ou hi ~rtyia dollars a
wit i e)Jtlx)i id ial n(' '2. a 4l 't fr ds yt i uiirlii.
~BetStov st a nd Furnitur
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