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per~p ,q 'wan~
is the planter I proqcss of' flue,
firing, prodhing and .develophng4h'
t4mlat af th
bacco n n 9eetal ad Ini
iedmontC bacco belt, which popn
rizes the chewing tobacco habit.
R., J. Reynoldg Tobieco -Company's
actorieo - rQ located;, in- the famoub,
iedmont flue-eu;ed. tobacco belt, the
finds"4hewing tobacco section kiioin',
n the 'o:id. - This kind of tobaceo re-'
quires less sweetenhig ti : please
cliewers than any other tobaepu
grown. The 'ComiPany 'k location en
ables: it 't9 seegre -the choicest selee
tion 'of this flue-cured leaf, Nyhich are
maiufactured 'under the personal sup
ervisioni of mnent who have made the'
selecting and blending of this parti
cular kind, of tobacco for chewing
purposes their life study.
The Reynolds' 'plants for the man
ufacture of Scehqapps, and other of its'
brands of chewing tobacco, are oper
ated largely by machinery, i1i the
most hygienic manner, and reveal a
system of cleanliness that would do
credit to a model household. The old
adage of "too many cooks' hdlds
good in tobacco manufacturing. The
Company has reduced the handling
of tobacco to a minimum. Automatic
conveyers take the leaf to the brush
ing machines (specially invented for
the Reynolds Company), where, by
an ingenious process, every leaf is
.brushed and cleaned. After this
brushing and cleaning, the tobacco
drops into another conveyor and is
carried to the -,wPtPninV ynno-1na
where the sweetening is applied an
tomatically thereby insuring a unifor
mity and cleanliness impossible by
the ordinary method; and thus, with
the idea of cleanliness always para
mount, the tobacco is conveyed auto
matically from one ipachine to an
other, throughout nearly the entire
process of manufacture.
, The pleasant and appetizing aroma
of the tobacco leaf used, and the
cleanly methods of manufacturing
caused visitors to the Company's fac
tories to expreience their first desiro
to chew tobacco.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COURT OF PROBATE.
J. W. Peterson as administrator of
the estate of Mrs. N. M. Speer, de
ceased, and in his own right,
Thomas E. Peterson et al-, Plain
Jessie L. Peterson, Defendant.
Complaint to sell land in aid of
personalty to pay debts, etc.
Pursuant to a. decree of the Court
in the above stated cause, I will sell
at public outcry, to the highest bidder
at Newberry C. H., S. C., on salesday
in November, 1906, being the 5th day
of the month, during the legal hours
for such sales, the following described
tract of land, situate in Newberry
County in said state, .and being the
tract of which the late Mrs. N. M.
Speer died seized and possessed, to
wit: all that tract containing sixty
(68 46-100) eight and forty-six one
hundredths acres, more or less, bound
ed now, or formerly by land of Mrs.
Chupp W. Abrdms, Jesse Senn and
others. A more full description of
which will appear by reference to a
plat of the same made by F. Weber,
Jr., Deputy , surveyor on November
Terms of sale. Caish-Purchaser~ to
pay for papers-I the terms of sale
are not complied with the land will
be resold at the risk of the first pur
chaser, on. the same or some subse
quent salesday, upon same terms.
0. G. Thompson,
Judge of Probate, Laurens County,
A Giood Piano
IS ALWAYS A SOURCE or
PLEASURE; A POOR ONE AL
WAYS AN ANNOYANCE. YOU
WOULD FAR BETTER GET A
GOOD SQUARE PIANO OF A
FIRST CLASS MAKE, EVEN
IF IT IS A LITTLE OUT or
DATE, RATHER THAN GET
A CHEAP UPRIGHT.
WE HAVE SQUARE PIANOS
FROM $75.00 TO $200.00
AMONG THEM ARE STIEFF,
STINSIWAY, KNABE, HAZEL
TON ETC. WRITE QIIK. ALLt
ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDI
NO. 5. WEST TRADE ST.
CHARIOTTE, N. C.
C . H. WILMOTH,
Is in better fix t
try over, search
that the peopl
money to buy
dreamed of. N
enough to vote,
New goods arri
and hunt up Mi
Silk and Dre
W do not hesitate to say th
portion of the State, and was
towards capturing the Silk an
we ask of you is to take a sea
us show you, you will soon I
Goods, embracing all the new
naugh cut price plan.
800 Boys' Knee Suits, age 7
choice of any in the pile thl
300 Men's fine Overcoats, $'
200 Men's Fine Overcoats, $
100 Men's Fine Overcoats, $
300 doz. Men's Fine Hats to
A Big Cut Price Sale of
The biggest single shipment of U
other three stores can show such
There is not a strc
O0 all K
The best values we have ever g
fat- and near, they make their we
and,fixed determination to underi
350 Men's fine suits, worth $xo.<
275 Men's fine Suits, worth $r2.
o.do busi*ess than any oth
the towns and recall the p
can you find a stock of n
e throng by thousands t
goods at low prices tha
o accumulation of odds ar
L ut everything in the t ig s
Ved the past week and still
rnnaugh, the man who brol
ss Good Department.
at our collection is the jargest in the upper
carefully selected as to style and with an eye
d Dress Goods business of this section. All
,t at our Silk and Dress Goods counter, and let
be convinced. Tremendous stock of Black
weaves, and everything marked on the Mim
Boys' Knee Suits.
to 16, worth every cent of $2.00, take your
is week for.$1.39.
7.50 kind, to go at $4 98.
10.00 kind, to go at $6 98.
15.00 kind, to go at $9.49.
go this week at half price.
Men's Ladies' and Piilldren's Underwear,
nderwear of all kinds that ever hit Newberry. No
an immense stock, nor can they match our prices.
ugh is Doing
nger or more up-to-date shoe de
:> the square inch than this depa
*One customer tells another about Mimnau
BIG CUT PRICE SHOE
ao cases Mon's every day Brogan Shoes, $r 39 kind, lea
25 cases Alfred Dean's best Brogan Shoes, the $r.75 kin
:oo cases Children's Shoes 49c., 75c., 98c., $1.25 and $:,
25 cases Ladies' Fine Shoes, Pat. Tip, lace, $1.50 kind,
25 cases L. adies' Fine Shoes, Pat. Tip, lace, $2.0o kind,
--o cases Ladies' Fine Shoes, Pat. Tip, lace, $2.50 kind,
-5 cases Drew Selby & Co 's Lade' Fine Shoes to go al
All Drew Selby & Co.'b $2.50 Sh'oes to go.s.r $i 98.
All DrE W Selby & Co.'s $3.o0 Shoes to go at $2.49.
All Drew Selby & Co.'s $3.50 Shoes to go at $3.00.
350 pairs Men's fmne Shoes worth $3.oo, and some in the
We sell more Shoes in a day than most of the Shoe dealc
'or Men and Boys|
iven are now being offered in this department, From
~y to this big store. I entered this fall with a full
eil every concern here and we are doing it thoroughly.
~o, all bunched on a big table, your choice $7.419.
;o, all bunched on a big table, your choice $9.98.
Up The. Big
er concern wawb
lace you have se e-i,
ierchandise to equa
o this great bargain
n the little side stor
id ends, outlawed a
Ptore brand new. C
they come. Hitch t
<e up high prices in
Big Cloak Departm
Twenty five hundred dolla
of Cloaks, Jackets and Ca
landed. You all know w
the Cloak and Jacket bus
the town. I buy direct f
makers and plank my monf
that's why I've got them all
on the Cloak business. )
got them skinned iT
little side show stores (
Main up to the old time h
on upper Main street. Yc
astonished at such a pile o
Misses' and Children's
Here you find every co
style that's popular, I wil
our Jacket for less price'
ouse dare name.
>artment in the up-coun
rtment is doing. I'm sel
gh's Shoes So then the Ball is Ke
E S/ALE THIS WfEEI<
Is for this week for 98C. pair.
d, special fo,r $z.85.
Sr 98 Palir.
cut prices this week.
lot worth $3.50, for this sale $2.49 a pair.
rs of Newberry Bell in a m
You should buy your hat at Mimnaugh'
matchless for extreme moderation in pri<
edged. Day after day we are proving o
tion not to be undersold. Every hat cre
lines of Fashion, with the finest material
which makes the Hat look like it was mi
this week for every occasion Mimnaug
erry. Hunt the coun
and no where else in
I this. Its no wonder
center with plenty of
es of Newberry ever
ftyles, hard sizes, old
ise after case of new
ip and drive to town
I|IU 01 ijU 0 .
u will be
I sell you
try or one that does more
ling piles of them.
;, because the styles and values we sell are
e. Our reputation is widespread and gilt
ur supremacy, (lay after day our determina
ated here is worked out on the most exact
s and yet there is always an artistic touch
de for you, and you alone. New -II'ts shown
h leads in stylish millinery.