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| TEN DAYS DRESS GOODS AND SILK oALE. g
1 jCome with high expectation and even then yon will be surpris- |
% There are thousands of money saving opportunities that stand | \ Di
^ absolutely unrivaled. | ^
|j S750 yards fine colored Drss Good.--, worth 25 and 35c, sale price j
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% 7329 yards fin? colored Drss Goods, worth 40 and 50c, sale price of fin
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-1271 yards fine colored Dress Goods, worth 73 and S5c, sale price g
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All colored Broad Cloth and fine Colored Dress Goods and |j
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$ Silks must go. | their
g Our entire stock of 35 and 39c Black Dress Goods to go at 22c. S 10
Our entire stock of 50 and 69c Black Goods to u<? at 39c. 9 .vorti
P Our entire stock of 75 and S5c Black Dress Moods to ,ir<> at G9e. Eg 10 ]
sj3 t Our entire stock of $1.00 and $1.25 Black D:*e-s Goods at go at g snow?
?g S9 cents yer yard. n jl
30 in Black Taffeta Silk, the $1.25 kind, cut to S9c yard.
g 3(5 in Black Taffeta Silk,, the $1.50 kind, cut to OSc yard. ? ^ ]
ft 36 in Black Taffeta Silk, the $2.00 kind, cut to $1.25. g ]
ANOTHER BIG SILK SALE. ? !ialf *
fj All 39c 50c and 69c Silks placed on a l?iir centre table, your |j j^g
jl choice 29c yard. Come quick, be one of the first choosers. -^-ash
UNDERWEAR OF ALL KINDS. I ^Mte
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p? Men's Women's Boys Misses and Children. The entire stock must p sons s
| go at half price. |j Engli:
i 100 doz. Ladies' fleeced ribbed Shirts and Par>t>. the 35c kin 1 ^ C,
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gj 100 doz Ladies fleeced ribbed bleached Shirts and pants, the | 'em
j 50c kind at 39 cents. 4 27 :
! 50 doz Ladies fleeced ribbed bleached, extra heavy vest and f 26 \
I pants. the 75 cents kind at 45 cents. f i
| 50 doz child's vests and pants, extra heavy, the 25c. and 35c. I - 1"
i kind I5c. | 2 C?
j; 50 doz child's vests and pants, the 40 and 50c kind, at 25c. | - cs
j| 200 doz Men's fleeced Shirts and Drawers, the 50 and 60c 1 B
g kind 37 cents. - g
100 doz Men's fleeced Shirts and Drawers, the 35 and 40 cents g 2 ca
r kind 17 cents. | reduct
? I.Jark the date and mark it well, Saturday January 18, at 9 A. M. ?j days ?
1 TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF EMBROIDERY. i ?/:a
This big lot of embroidery I bought six months ago and paid my |j l?iu
i h.-oney down. It embraces all the new patterns in Swiss and Nain- | 10
? Lot I.. A big lot of Embroidery and Insertion, worth 10 and g 200
3 "2 1-2 cents at only 5 cents. B 100
1 Lot 2. A big lot of Embroidery and Insertion, worth 15 *to 25 I 12 1-2'
a cents, at only 10 cents.
J; Lot 3. A big lot of Embroidery and Insertion, worth 35 to 50c. g Abo
3 at only 19 cents. g wood !
Ij Ail Embroidery piled on bargain tables marked in plain figures | less th
|j aming prices net to nothing. | choice
Oh what a buying and selling
Saturday, January 18th.
Come and join with the big
jolly buying crowd.
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;ase of New Goods Pouring
A big Torchon Lace Sale. S . 1
iling tii'e big 10 days sale we will sell Torchon Lace, nut a yd M |
i lot worth less than 10. 12 1-2 and 15c. at the yard 5c. g 8
FINE FIGURED MUSLINS. . .. 1 f SfSl UntlPP i W MM
re is another competition killer. One complete counter full B ^SJ^lJlWs a s U 1 i O |
e Lawns. Batiste, etc.. fast colors, worth from 10 t<. l-"> cents B B
ard. bunched totreiher at one price, only 5c. yard. ?j g
TABLE LINENS QUILTS AND TOWELS. 11?* TCT^SKT
; months ago we began scouring the linen markets with a view | ?^V8FVtillI!2' SOlCl 111 I jSf
inging together the cream of the world's production at little 8 ?/ ? | JjSS^
X) you. Scotland, Ireland, England and Germany have sent i - | >fg
best- I tiiG crfpat IvSirn-1
full pieces table Linen (bleached) white as the driven snow. B * j|
1 75 and S5c. for tire ten big days sale, at only tlie yard 49c. | 11 *11 H -jjj&r
pieces table Lilu.n. full two vards wide, ^hite as tin: driven | il^llO'Sfl 69 |p W1 g f 1
worth $1.00 and $1.25. for the big ten days sale, the yd 00c. j 1AQ?US" OCUC Will | fti- 'j&r
pieces table Linen( unbleached), full two yards wide, not ever I - - _ gs
,1s each buyer ?l the yar.l 42 l-2c. 1 Jjg Jqj. ?DOt CaSll. I
REMNANTS OF TABLE LINENS. | |
)ig 'Center table piled with remnants of table linens. 22 l-2c. I j** ? ,?< I B Here is where we a.re the
>i:r center tabic piled with remnants of table linens 2. 2 1-2 j i \|0 ffOQCIS "Will *130 a house in town that has a ti
>rice. I S dumped in the big 10 d
TEN DAYS WHITE GOODS SALE. \ | j j g with "salvage" trimmings.
known far and near that we carry the most exquisite lot of g COctlT^OCl OX* 1 these prices they'll go faste
goods in the upper part of the state, there is not a want in j| 3 y?n fail to attend this big H
goods but what this magnificient stock can satisfy ana at B 1 fl and pay double. The great
; you will be able to secure them you should lay in your sea- I sent on approval, g held in the town.. It will j
iupply of nainsook and batiste check nainsook, plain nainsook g H S^?0 Sa*6'
;h long cloth, camfcric.piques, dimities. French lawns, linger- a "%7 1 1 H (';,ses a":!^ slippe
oth. etc. I i our money back 1 *? ?*>?-1# ***?
jig 10 days sale enables you to own linen at almost the price ?j B ('aso?i s'loes :!n^ slippe
:otton material. Note the Jim Mimnaugh prices and match j| *? ^ ? ?a B 5>a'<> $1-39.
if you can. | li JOU Wftllt it. | K' cases shoes and slippy
in linen suiting. for-this big 10 days sale. 12 l-2<\ N j? >19S.
n linen suiting for this big 10 days sale, round thread 22 I-2c 9 ('ase;i mens Rrogan shoe
n linen suiting, for this big 10 days sale, very fine. 35c. g ?i- -- . ?n. ~.u, ?j 1'' cases mens \ ive BIuclu
2 yds ".ide linen sheeting, the $1.25 kind, cut to S9c. B 9 10 cases mens \ ice Bin eh
ises 40 inch white lawn. 12 l-2e kind, cut t? S l-2c. 1 I 1? men< Yicc'
rses 40 in white lawn. 25c kind, cut to 15 cents. I Ti/T 1 *Hr% /"J 4- 8 ' (:lses niells y^ce
ED SPEEADS AND TOWELS AND PILLOW SLIPS. 1 ivi ar k in e a at e | 5 <* - ? v?
Don't mis thc*e bargains they will be ripe and juicy. ' ^ DAYi
ses large white bed spreads, bought for this big sale at a big 1 . ^ Pour hundred pair of blai
ion. not one in the lot worth less than $1.50 for this bi- 10 S 1WT CJ F"iC l"t" 1 a an(* so^
ale. if they hold out. SHc each. B iVlOll rv L vv w 1 9 ioo pair 10 1-4 white cotto
se large 12 1-2 marseilles bed scpreads. worth >2.1"'. wii] be fi | to (i!?c.
i tins big 10 days salv at $1.39 each. B * g ^ ^ S 100 pair 11 1-4 white grav
pile !".;ge r. unwrj-aro?. u?r:h fi:-ns >J.50 10 -4 i\.r this 5 \ f2gz g ffl | i I ffl Eft | II I cut to !)Sc.
days sale. $2.50 each. 10 1 ^(M-' r,a^' ^ 1-1 while gray
12 Pillow cases worth 25c. for this big sale 12 l-2c. each. B ? B cut to OSc.
d?'/. large bleached cotton and huck towels, ii:e l?.>c kind 10c B e 100 pair 11 1-4 white erav
d"Z large bleached cotton and huck towels, the 2"c kind a _ ' 9-^1 1 _ |j cut to $1.98.
| ai 9 U ClOCK 1 50 pair all ,KHd?)
UMBRELLA AND PARASOL SALE. | * 1 cut 10 *?9Snt
500 parasols, all styles handles, fancy handles, natural k g 25 pair all wool (Elkin)
bandies, and inlaid silver handles, not one in the lot -rorth g B cut to $3.40.
an SI.50 and some worth S2.00 for xhe big 10 da:.s s?-2- your 1 S 25 pair ail wool (Elkin)
28c. | a c.ut to $4.9S.
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In On Every Train
^lOTE SHOE^O^K. ^ CLEAN SWE^ A T?.TMT^T ^
strongest in bargain giving. The only || ^i jr^ I |'! l^f f\"
2n thousand shoe stock to select from B IM ] I I C: * b
ays sale this big stock is not paraded b
We conduct our <_>wn sales and at I
x than if they were on your feet. If B 0
days sale its your own loss why wait p . ?
est 98 cent shoe and slipper sale ever ? Saturday, Jan. 18th. the first day of the sale I intend to sell P
iay you to come 100 miles to this big 1 every cloak in the house.
g Ali $0.50. $S.50 ami $1 <U>o cloaks to go at only $3.9S.
rs worth $1.25 and some worth up to | A]1 ^and $15.00 cloaks to go at only $7.93.
le 11 P:,ir- g o() short tan an 1 black jackets worth $4.00 and $5.00, to go at 1
rs worth $1.7-") and $2.00 for the big 8 c] <)^
I 25 short ian ami black jackets, worth $6.00 to $S.00, to go at
rs worth $2.2") to $2.50. for this big B ,JS
*. the *1.30 ami $1.75 kin.i, cut to 9Sc. I CORSETS. HOISSRT AMD NOTIONS.
;r shoes, the $3.00 kind cut to $1.40. B 50 do/.. corsets R. i\: (J. and C. & B., short, medium and long,
er shoes, the $2.50 kind, cut to $1.98. 8 worth G5 and 75c.. for this big sale 39c.
er shoes, the $3.00 kind, cut to $2.25). B nil doz. n:i>>.-s and childs ribbed stockings, sizes 5 to 9, worth B
r shoes, rhe $3.50 kind, cut to $2.85. B for the bitr 10 days sale, limited 5c. a pair.
shoes, the $4.00 kind, cut to $2.98. 1! 100 doz. Ladies' black stockings, worth 10 and 12 1-2, for this
3 BLANKET SALE. | j,i~ >:,!e 7cg
100 !<>z. men s iuil!' is<;si-. broivn and black, the 10c. kind 5c. pair.
ikets to select from, every pair must ]no (\u/ ladies' lawn hemstitched handkerchiefs, worth Sc.. for
) days sale. ^ ^ B the big sale 3 3~k-.
n blankets. uoith *1.00 and $1.25, cut ]((() doz. men's lawn hemstitched handkerchiefs, worth 10c., for
the big sale 4c. v
cotton blankets, worth ->1.50 Lo ->2.00. T'no greatest bargains ever offered, the lowest prices ever named.
These bargains are competitions killers and makes trading elsecotton
blankets, wortn *1.50 to *2.00, -^here a positive extravagance.
cotton blankets, worth $2.50 to $3.00. MIMNAUGHS GREATEST SALE PRICES.
2 cases Androscoggins Bleaching (limited) 10c.
North Carolina blankets. $1.00 kind. 5 bales 36 inch sea ;sland. 10c. kind 7.1-2c.
North Carolina biankcts, $5.00 kind, B Turkey red table linen 19c.
North Carolina bankets. $<.00 kind. 9 40 inch Newberry mills hom?spun 7c.
^ C/t ! Railroad fare paid to pur1%
| chasers of $20.00 or over.
pyf i The only way to down
MIMNAUGH is to kill him.