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other banks hero ?
A-I 40 not know, I have heard so
Q--Did you ever make any effor
to get that business?
Q-Do'you know how that busines
is controlled by the bankcs?
A-Only by what I have heard.
Q-How have you heard they go.
A-Chiefly by going on the liquo:
Q-The banks do that?
A-Generally thb officers of tli
Q-Tho go on the bonds of the
liquor dealers )Viich they filed with
Q-What bank officers go on thes
A-I have never seen any of th
- Q-It was stated, or I have the, im
pression, that your bank has neve
courted the dispensary business a
A-That is correct.
Mr. 0. 0. Davis on the Stand.
When Mr. Robertson had finishe<
testifying, Mr. Lyon put up Mr. C. C
Davis of Newberry, a man whos
closely fitting lips .and steel blui
eyes showed that lie was a man wh(
would stick to what he believes to b
his duty. Following is his examina
tion by Mr. Lyon:
Q-Mr. Davie, where do you liv<
A-I live in Newberry, sir.
Q-What is your business, Mi
A-Building and dealing in build
Q-How long have you lived it
Newberry, Mr. Davis?
A-About twenty-three years, sir.
Q-T*enty-three years. Mr. Davis
do you know Mr. H. H. Evans o
A-I. do, sir.
Q-Did you ever have occasion t
build or to remodel a house for him
A-Well, I have done very littl
work for him.
A-Very little, sir; I have don
some but not a great'deal.
Q-You have done some but not i
Q-Well, what building did 'yoi
work on for lilm?
A-I- did the plumbing of thq
buil#ing that is now-his presen
Q--His present residence?
A-Yes, his old residence, but ver,
Q-You have been on friendl
terms with him, I suppose ?
A-Oh, yes, sir.
Q-Mr. Davis, (lid you ever hav
a conversation with Mr. Evans o
did he ever tell you in the course 0
a conversation that he had receive
rebates or graft or anything of the
kind out of the dispensary?
A--Well, I (10 not remember thu
lie ever said that lhe received rebate:
lie has never denied that lie gc
money, butt he has never sp)oken c
it, I think, in that way.
Q-Well, sir, how didl lie.speak c
it, Mr.. Davis. You hiad a conve1
A-The only thing thant I r'emen
her that lie spoke of was that hi
friends made him presents of dii
ferent things and money and diffei
ent other presents.
-Q-That wvas the liquor men, Mi
Q-Mr. Davis, did he ever exhibi
any moniey to you at any time whic
he said was a present?.
A-Well,. I have seen a good der
of money. I do not know that hi
ever said it was a present, simr. The
is, he has shown me money severn
Q-Well, sir', what sort of mone
was it he showed you?
A-I think it was mostly greer
Q--Greenbacks mostly ?
Q-What do you remember th
denominatiions of the bills to hay
A-Pretty much all denominationi
Q-What was the largest?
-A-Thousand dollar bills.
Q-Did you ever see,.him with moi'
than one. $1,000 bill?
A-Oh, yes, sir.
Q-At one time?'
Q-Well, 'Hir, state how many yoi
can recollect hating seen.
A--I dlo not knowv, sir. I conk
not tell. He paid me a bill the othe1
day and I 0aw hiw with some thous
and dollar bills and I tried to couni
it an.d I saw three. I thought this
thing wvas ever with or I would nio
have tried to cont it.
Q-Ho pulled that out of hi
A-.-Ie had it in a purse. It is th<
This is a Mirpnaugh Sale, pur
of business, but we are going
blooming town "from center,
imitate the great bargain sale
they all failed. The Fun
everything and come to this I
give a sale that will do the gr
Silk and Dress Goods Sale.
t 36 in. Black Taffeta Silks worth and sells for $1.25
yd., special 69c. syd.
36 in. Black Taffeta-Silks worth and sells for $1.50
yd., special 98c. yd.
36 in. white wash China Silk worth and sells for 65c.
yd., special 35c. yd.
36 in. white wash China Silk worth and sells for 75c.,
r special 42 1-2c. yd,
36 in. Black China Silk, just the thing for summer
waists, 85c., special 59c. yd.
r 25 pieces Black Dress Goods, all the latest styles
f and dust shedders, you can't match a yard in town for
, less than 65 to 75c., take your choice of any yd. in
t the pile 42 1 -2c. yd.
tAnother big pile worth 85c. to $1.25 yd., for this
Ssale 69c. yd.
'Now is the time and Mimnaugh's is the place.
Hosiery at 5c. Corsets 19c.
-120 doz. Misses and Boys' Ribbed Stockings, all
sizes from 5 to 9 1-2. There's not a pair in the lot
-worth less than 10c. and 12 l-2c. Not more but less
Sthan five pairs to each customer, 5c. a pair.
40 doz. Men's Socks, (black only) five pair to each
customer, 4c. a pair.
50 doz. Corsets, long, medium and short, worth and
sells for 40c., this sale 1 9c. each.
50 doz. Corsets, long, medium and short, worth and
sells for 65c., for this sale 39c. each.
A Terrific Sacrifice.
SMimnaugh's low prices wipes all competition from
Sthe face of the earth. Here they are:
Standard Calicoes, including the Simpson's mourn
ing black and white and silver grays, all of which we
put on sale at only 4c. the yd.
-Standard Shirting Prints will be sold Saturday and
Monday, at 4c. yd.
"Red Seal" and A. F. C. Ginghams, we have thou
e sands of yards for this big two days' sale, buy all you
please 8c. yd.
2 cases 40 full pieces Androscoggin Bleaching, sold
-the world over for 10c., for the Mimnaugh two days'
sale 7c. yd.
Standard Table Oil Cloth, the 25c. kind, for this
sale 12 l-2c. yd.
One case yd. wide Bleaching the 7 1 -2c. kind,- for
this sale 5c. yd.
The Only Way 'To
e and simple. We ain't
to give you a Two DE
to circumference." All
s that Jim Mimnaugh
Starts Saturday J
)ig two day sale. Mimn
eatest good to the grea
Table Linen, Bedspreads and Towels.
5 pieces Turkey Red Table Damask, the 26c. kind,
to go at 18c. yd.
5 pieces full bleached Table Damask, the 85c. kind,
to go at 19c. yd.
6 pieces unbleached Table Damask, full 2 yds. wide,
for this sale 39c. yd.
100 large white Bed Spreads, worth and sells th4
world ovei for $1.50, two spreads to each customei
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 98c. each.
100 large 12 1-4 Marseilles Bed Spreads, you can'l
ch to m i for $1 98, special, not over 2 to eaci
customer, for $1.:39 each.
50 large white Marseilles Spreads, the $2.50 anc
$3.00 kind, one to each customer, $1.98 Be sure anc
visit our Quilt counter.
100 doz. large Cotton Towels, the 8c. kind, for thii
sale 4c. each.
100 doz. large Cotton Towels, the 15c. kind, for this
sale 10c. each.
100 doz. large Cotton Towels, the 20c. kind, for this
sale 12 1-2c. each.
Parasols and Sunshades.
nThese Parasol Bargains can only be found at Mim
144 each.Parasols- worth 50 and 60c., for this big sala
s10 fine Parasols worth 85c. and $1.00, for thiu bij
100 ie P aaras worth $1.25 and $1.50, for this bij
50 fine Parasols worth $2.00, for this big sale $1.49
Mens Shirts and Drawers.
b10 doz e9Men's Negligee Shirts, worth 75c., for this
S0 duz Men's Negligee Lion Brand Shirts, the $1.01
an 1 $1.25 kind, 79c. each.
60doz. Men's (elastic seam) Bleached Drill Drawers
50 doz. Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers
35c. kind, 19c. per garment.
A big lot of fat ones in the lot.
This Mammoth Shoe Stock.
.Here is where we are the strongest in bargain giv
mng. None but dependable Shoes sold by us, and
fifteen thousand dollar stock to select from. All ga
at such cut prices as will make every cow in the
woods groan at the low valuation placed on their skins
10 cae bLadies 8fine pat. tip Oxfrds, the $1.25 kind
10 cses Ladis fine pat. tip Oxfords, the $1.75 kind
for case adis fine pat. tip Oxfords, the $2.50 kind
5 ases L as fne pat. tip Oxfords, the $3.00 kind,
10 cases Mn's Sunday-go-to-meeting Shoes, the $1.5(
5 ae en's fineci Kid Shoes, the $2.50 kind
At theegrices they'll go faster than if they wer4
y A U
"busted" nor are we going out
tys Sale that will shake this
kinds of little and big stores
originated in Newberry, but
"orning, June 9th.. Quit
augh learned long ago how to
IE DO IT!
Clothing and Men's Odd Pants.
We have received hundreds of Men's Suits at ex
actly half price, and we propose to bombard other
One lot Men's Cheviot Suits in neat brown and gray
patterns, former $6.50 patterns, for this big sale $3.75
Another big lot Men's Fine Suits worth $8.50, for
this sale $5.98.
Another big lot Men's Fine Suits worth $10.00, for
this sale $7.75.
Another big lot Men's Fine Suits worth $ 12.50, for
this sale $9.00.
Men's Pants, the kind that sells at $1.50, for this
sale 98c. pair.
Men's Pants, the kind that sells at $2.00, for this
sale $1.49 pair.
Men's Pants, well made, stylish and all the latest
patterns, $3.00 kind, for this big sale $1.98.
rMen's Finest Pants, custom made, $5.00 Pants, for
.this sale $2.98.
Good $3.00 Trunk for $1.98. Fine $7.50 Trunk
$4.98. Extra fine $10.00 Trunk $6.75.
Ladies Black Under Skirts.
Ladies' Black Sateen Under Skirts looks like silk,
extra wide, worth $1.50, one sold to each customer
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 98c.
Ladies' Black Under Skirts, worth $2.00 and $2.50,
for this sale $1.39 each.
Immense Millinery Sale.
Where did you get that "stylish Hat"? At M.'m-.
naugh's, of course.
Every express brings in new Millinery. A few days
ago I bought a big lot of fine Millinery at 50c on the
dollar. While other stores are trying to rush off old out
of date styles Mimnaugh Is selling fresh new Millinery
at the lowest figures.
Boys' Knee Pants
Knee Pant, al szes, from 6to 14,ta re acturaleO.values, a
ugh Ls To Kill Him.