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ater variety, Tempting Assoi
.are going to gell you reliable me
Vhera. Any merchant can load
"Cheap, cheap, under price, und
talent to do that, but it take s a r
lect tasty dei.rable merchandis(
tomed to pay. We are not putti
'stock of merchandise in
hustle as we ,never hustlE
We Name a Few of the Many At
tractive values, the Silk Array.
Remember, every yard is new and crisp, never saw the light of day
on a retail counter before. The shadings -re perfect and correct
as to fashion demands for this season. Bolt after bolt of new Plaid
50 pieces Plaid Silks, 85c kind, as a flyer 59c. yd.
85 pieces Plaid Silks, $1.00 kind, as a flyer 75c yd.
Special 86 in. Black Taffeta Silk, the $1.00 kind, special the yd. 79c. yd.
Special 86 in Black Taffeta, the $1.50 kind for 98c. yd
The Dress Goods Department.
Dame fashion has set her seal upon the following colors as the
prominent shades for the fall and winter season: Grey and Grey
Plaids, Garnet, Brown, Hunters, and the Olive, Green, Navy. Marine,
a great many in mixtures in suitings are being used. Broadeloths
and Panama Cloths are specially prominent. It's a fact, I can show
you more Dress Goods than all the stores in town combined. Seeing
WATSON WRITES or , necessary, promptly. I have also ca
IMMIGRANT SHIP. ed the attention of Governor He
-ward to the matter. I will advise y(
Columbia, Sept. 27.-Mr. E. J. Wat- the (lay of sailing exactly how mat
son, the State Commissioner of Agri- thh-d-clas passengers are aboard.
eulture, Commerce and Immigration, "1 wisi again tA) thank you for
who is now in Belgium, has written to yon.lave rendered in this undertakil
Hon. F. P. Sargent, United States and to say that the ultimAte resul
Commissioner Geiteral of Immigration, will give a convincing practical illu
a letter officially advising him of tration of the wisdom of what y(
the date and description of the vessel have been advocationg for some yea
which is to be sent to Charleston by ill c0l"lectiol With the ininigrath
the North German Lloyd Steamship problem of the country. I trust.
Company, in October. Iiiay be permitted to mention that
Jocally the principal interest of the has ben more due to Director vf
-letter lies in the statement made there- Pillis Of tie North G01r1111 Lloyd alm
in that Colonel Watson will probably tile impressions lie sellred while tol
superintend in person the gathering i'l tile S0101'er, States not so lot
.togetller of three - or four hundred that we have seeired the acti
highly desirable immigrants and will on the part of the eompany, than an
return to America with them. aboardtlngle,iehsokditot
the Wittekind. Colonel Watson 's sue- odtnsa(liothfurendI
) eess ini getting the kind of aliens de- cnito httemvmn si
sired and the asslurance of leading mgt(ietoli htha co
Piedmont mill presidenut like Mr. li5eitedsrdrsl.
Lewis W. Parker, of Greenville, Mr. 'UniIhaetelsueome
J1. A. Brock, of Anderson, and Mr. v.igyoinhalsn,heeIamu
Mf. Montgomery, of Spartanburg, that yuwl eacre eryrc
thywill be able to provide large tm,Ibgt ean
exoft shipments for the return trips "eysneeyyus
ofteLloyd boats, together, seem to ".J asn
/make it a certainty that the experi
ment of thy" jyds in sending a boat rigtinuesepoleoI
andproitale hattheComany will d to tmatt ae ma wil adie fo
be ecourged o etablsh e reula tunesbu agman to chek of ea
BreentoChrlcti lne wichh liriyou haeqrenree in thistunertki
forsevralmonhs.woud beo i ssy ptteopl,ie rsuldn
Theleterfolow:lsterno tepersdo or whatpy<
ray promise tormotted takeepleasureat
Lloyd auteoiitiessthattheirsfirstdshiile tou
inon the proposed nStatesuthtAtlanti
,~liewiJalfrmBrmnaiec o, htw hANescd thati
screighf 5,040ttons.sIthis extremely
probaly tat Twillietrn t Ameica haed the deystic rslt..sol
aboad thshp an conequetly ill 'ireti to thae he bylteireo me.
be uabl toconer wth ouers n The i F Chrls tnheres ianou
all pio t he arialoucle inore ather. Tee
In acordane withyour tat n, IHA begato rmin,ero t n
ment to n''Vhatyyoinwordehavyourer
thin reay atCharestn fothe''ian Jaso,b momstsetiloner.''
~ would urge yoryin to tk thprer ea i de hso inerpeto i
tepo here ofvill he no uncessarl yonku muial educatioss Thek.l
ran proialethat that Companywivl
boa everal drt ecahhreular- tern fth lihydla
Beend desChaled lins, wIc ha.es a oe ohi nteslig
formsvall reqesethe o fCa- h ae h paotebge
''Mynt Dear i:e In dicrectnce wi hiprftSkpalisofg
myn cpro iseth you.I to mlakue al in gacep ino ywrtg
inforing fou Ithe een officially
notifed oa the th-ls North GeranTI RNWRDOM
YoLlodutitesta her frt ship
dircta ewdas ftr oureei e , 6u Wes m acek Sftenea
thisin rgardto his tte, hniro to arl ote .
'wil fnd hathe vil gldlydo n What0 a Weighlold Ma rld r.
oth prosd nvew outh mtatie
. lie wil sal frm Brmen irec toAN
tments.in each department and gI
rchandise for less m"ney than the
up his store with trash; the'lowest
[er..sell, etc.," for 'Its all Cheap Good
nerchant that knows his business ti
and lay it before. the people for lel
ng it on too thick when I say we ha
upper Carolina under one
d before. Now watch u
Mimnaugh's Trade Winners.
While other merchants are talking high prices'an cotton goods Mim
naugh's prices still remain the same.
2 cases good beavy Outing worth 7 1-2c for 4 1-2c yd
52 in Broadcloth, all shades and blagk, worth he world over 75c,
special for 49c
5 balen White Homespun, the 6c. kind for 4 1-2 yd.
5 bales 36 in White Homespun, the 7 1-2c kind or 6c yd.
8 bales 86 in White Homespun, the 8 1-2c kind, for 6 1-2c yd.
2 cases 'heavy Outing, worth 10c, for 8c yd.
1 case heavy Outing worth 12 1-2c, for 10c. yd.
100. Boys' Knee Suits worth $2.00, as a leader this week $1.89 a suit.
27 Cases of Men's and Boys' Hats
Gives this big store the most complete and up to date Hat stock in
Best A G A. Feather Ticking, 20c. kind 12 1-2c yd.
Hickory Shirting, !Oc kind for 8c yd
5 4 Oil Cloth. 50 pieces to select from, 12 1-2c yd.
50 large Rugs, new bright colors, for 98c each.
100 pair Lace Curtains, full 3 yds long, 69c pair.
200 mercerized Black Dress Skirts, $1.50 kind, 98c. each.
A look through this big store is time well spent.
1E FASTEST GROWING STORE IN NEWBERIR
- Death of Jonathan Martin. STORE YOUR
Y_ Mrs. Jane A. Long, of Johnstone
Academy, received a telegram yester- The Standard Warehouse Cor
lday announcing the death of her bro
d ther, Mr. Jonathan Martin at his pany offers its splendid facilities to
i home in Houston, Texas. He died
'esterday morning at 7 o'clock. Mr.
Martin moved from Newberry to Warehouser located at Columbia,
Texas about twenty-two years ago.
I-e was a native of this county and Greenvile, Greenwood, Orange
m taiglit school here for several years. burg, Anderson, Newberry.
1fHe was sixty years of age. He leaves
ita wife and several children. LOWV STORAGE RATES.
(1 Te Moer Cni~~u. AB3SOLUTE SAFETY.
Iiss 1aTkner, who haO been with WE INSURE YOUR COTTON.
tile Adxwer Company for two or three
pis with them again this sea- Receipts good as gold.
son~ ~ ~ ~~~~th amr and widhealed ose e nqir o ors of malna .o
Waehuss octd t olmba
ofThe odertii Co t an
the kowefr Coman for. two or~ thre
sand lfo keepn pae th seeher
iendry n. the ope in fal- Sertranddr ~aeos
lEvinery ilne s lestable ishmentoryurctt
tsake o the wdstin thdcny-and a
isvwenyh hirags alles ner ira- Tk ocac u f
Nais, ime Certa St aong arus
Cole's ombinatompny Drilubiand PlateC.
Goods,Beltin, Ste m Fortinur,cMtton. er
e uiTev LaestHrwrer.r n h iy
A s- -
eater values, in other words we
same -goods are sold for else
grades of merchandise, and yell:
3, in.fact it dosen't require much
) go into ;he broad markets, se
3s money than they are accus
Lve the largest and best bought
ruff, and we are going to
You see if we don't.
Yd. Wide Androscoggin Bleaching
At 5c. a Yard.
If you will buy $5 00 worth of any kind of Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats
or Clothing from us this week, we will give you 20 yds of the above
bleaching at 5c. the yd.
Our Big Shoe Department.
One side of my store packed and jammed with nothing but Shoes.
Here you find more Shoes and more kinds of Shoes than all Newberry
can show. There is no newspaper big enough to describe each and
every Shoe that we keep, but we will say this big Shoe business has
been built up by selling good Shoes. It's part of my religion to get
the very best Shoes for the price, and this season I have outdone all
former efforts. We guarantee every Shoe that we sell to give satis
faction, if not, we are ready to right them. No other Shoe store in
Newberry can show you such an immense stock, nor can they match
the Mimnaug- prices. I have bought enough goods to supply the
adjoining counties as well as greater Newberry.
DOUNTESS OLGA VON HATZ- NOTIOE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
FELDT dersigned will, oi the 3oth (lay of
October, 1906, make a final settlement
AND A BIG FEMININE ARRAY IN the estate of Mnry Anne Montat
THE NEW YORK CASINO deccasad, and will iiinedi.ael.y tile
after apply to Jtidge of Probalte for
SUCCESS letters disniLmory as adinistrato0s
E of' said estate. All per1sons having
"TH(E LITTLE %ai estate will
NoTH L Trties is h e Said estate un
Octoero90m ake p a fa e ttemn
on th estte of Ma efry Ibt.(Ane Mond
decesd Sale aly,
Ufsad e t . A S hllu per i.
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GILLVW COMED. r D el y
lnv,K C1'1IM VILT vr lAll $1 PRE) T i mn dl 'I~10
IAI~S INOULD- tl lohn M.A Scumid frt. hnft
BELIAUTMY HRS OnyDUiie0-me f ote
TIO P EOPEN THE ESL,0~~Claa ) tm hsopr
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