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V Washington was the Father o: his g
Country, but Pennsylvania is the "Pa" |
W of States. i
rlf you must get there, rather ride a
"blind mule that will carry you than a
blooded horse that will throw you.
It is a historical fact that Lot's wife
did not turn to salt until she turned to I;
. Friendship is on? mind in two bodies, ft
W Ever hear now Dill Thompson man- I
aged when his pup got ;.er h-ad stuck g
in a pitcher? Xo? Well, there's a |
moral in it.
Bill cut off the pup's head to save the I
pitcher, then had to break the pitcher I;
to get the pup's head out.
There are jewelers wno think they j
save money by not advertising; and 3
Ewhen they nave waited long enougn 10
see the futility of such saving, there's
r.othing left in their stock fit t adver- j
In one of the back streets in Phila-,
delphia is a little jewelry store which
is making progress?witness this incident:
"What's the price of nickel alarm |
"What! Why, how's that? Last week
you told my son they were a dollar."
"Yaw dat is so. Listen; You are a
goot frien\ so I tol' you. Ven I hat
some I sells him for von dollar. Now
L I ain'd got none I sells him for 25
p cents. Dot makes me a rebutation for j
w ciieauness, aim x uuu t, iuusc uuuums.
My German friend is a financial genins!?Jeweler's
Letter to New York Times.
Apropos of the recent suggestion, j
commented on in your columns, that!
condemned criminals be used for medi- j
cal research work, I submit the folowIing
which shows that the idea is not a
In the middle of the sixteenth century
the first anatomical museum was
founded in Wittenberg, Germany, by !
the talented Leonard Fox. In 1569 the i
r ^ AN T\ ATtTAM ' A Artt I
iacuuy was given LUC pun ci iu |
bodies of executed" criminals. Over the
door of the museum Was this incrip- J
lion, which suggests itself to me as be- I
ing a good motto for this new school
of social therapeutics:
Qui vivi nocuere mali; post funera :
Et petit ex ipsa commoda morte .
f sal us.
Here wicked men are found at last in
And here death shows us how to :
lengthen out our days.
Gladstone, when a boy, was visiting
. in the country, and the farmer was ! I
showing him around. Coming to a field
^ that contained a large black bull, the
"There's a fine, strong bull there, i
Master William, and its only two- ,
"How do you tell its age?" queried
* the boy.
"Why, by its .horns/' said the farmer.
"By its horns?" Young Gladstone |
looked thoughtful a moment, then his
face clared. "Ah, I see. Two horns?
Expert In Handwriting:.
Mother was fair, but she wished to
be fairer still. Adorned by nature, she '
sought further beautification. Loveli-j
ness was her great goal.
Invited out to dinner, she stood before
the mirror and, 'having made her
yellow locks a trifle yellower, she;
proceeded to apply the pencil to her ;
eyebrows. This it may be remarked, i
is an age of artificiality, and mother
had reached the age.
The little daughtr stood by and wondered.
T1-V.O+ n-rc vnil writing on i
i>iUtliCi , nuai w.j. v. j w? 0 ,
your face for?"
famous Rhode Island.
It was a geography lesson, a;:d the
teacher-had been asking what some of
the different Scates were acted for.
Looking at one of the little girls, she
"Tell me, Florence, what Rhode
Island is celebrated for."
Foj* a moment the child was silent,
then an inspiration apparently came
"Rhode Island?" repeated 'he little
girl, "is celebrated for being the only
one of the United States that is the |
r- m oil o t
Dr. Lyman Abbott tells a child story,
both sweet and suggestive. Of a lit+1^
ori*T.i Tv-Vir> pomo tr? <?pp him seeking
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church membership, he asked the usual
"Do you want to be like Christ?"
t "T don't know,' was the child's in no-;
cent answer, "but I want to be like
The Only Difference.
The other candidates spent much j I
money and they differ from Mr. Whal- 11
ey only in that they did not win. 1
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J I Mimnaugh
We feel sure in r
ever exhibited in thi
We feel justified in
any standpoint to fi
of yards of fall fabi
i Will You
Hundreds could answer t
there It's nine out of te
Millinery department. We
the price than any other ho
partment on the second floo
The matchless values sho
hand early?don't wait unti
she got at Mimnaugh's, anc
here, they are on sale ail th
Two Big Tab]
Piled high with dress goo
I Serges, black, and all the w
75c, all go at only.?:?
in Serge, it comes in n
in Serge, it conies in n
in new English Suiting
in new English Suiting
)J-. for y?
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/m ? \ V made
V\ ' I \ '( worth
\# j ! /v Lot 2.
(L I A > mater
r ?j/\ \ r ' Suits<
fij/ X I / Lot 3.
m / ft i $3o-?(
I > with
II I I week,
I o J % j i 1 50 1
J j / ' I ?= mater
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Come here for your new ]
hundreds to select from, bk
full and half lined with wai
Coats. We want you to 1
garments we carry. You k
house in town who carry
ready-to wear garments,
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naking the assertion
s part of South Carol
saying tnac no woma
xil to visit this store.
*ic of every descriptio
Buy Your Hat He
he question by saying we have
;n chanc6s that you will too if yo
can and do offer you more style
use in this section of the State,
r and see what's what.
Dress Goods Offei
uld crowd this big store to its c:
1 you hear your neighbor speak o
I then say I wish I had gotten so
e week until 12 o'clock Saturday i
es as You Enter th
>ds bargains, New Wool, Bedfor
Til T~\ /"I 1 1
rantea snaaes, jjress uoous vaiues
avy and black, $ 1.25 value, sale pr
avy and black, $1.89 value, salep:
rs, full 54 in wide, $1.00 value, a
r full 50 in wide, $1.25 value, at..
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y-to- v? ear l/epartment. hi
/ould make no difference to you
'ing suits might be unless you too
u would not buy unless you did in
,7our own eyes how well or better
f statement. Lot 1 consists of In
according to most fashionable lii
less than $20.00, take your choice
Here are Suits that will surprise
iai a big variety of cloths and coL
worth $25.00, take your choice fo:
This lot will appeal to those wh(
) to $35.00 for a suit made over
long cut-away coats, draped ski
at choice the suit
Misses' and Ladies' Tailored Suit!
ial all-wool Serge, black, navy anc
lye satin. You should certainly i
is line, $15.00 and $16.00 tailored
Fall Coats. We have an(j r
ick broadcloth Coats, all si2
rranted satin, mixed
snow the high class We
rtnw wp arp thp rvnlv I We
a complete line of stairo
pn? m _ mi
1 he Store Ihs
_~.a _jl_ ?
that no such a stoc
ina as is being show
n with a nee4 in our
u visit this big
and quality for
Visit this de
'in g. / Jf
jpacity?be on m
if the bargains if | jW
me of that, be
e Store \ M
d Cords, New
worth 65 and
rice 81.39 ' fWll
t 69c c&u'i
latchless Suit Values.
of how great values the
k the time to investigate,, of
vesug'aie. ^ume anu see i tit
does the actual suits back
iperial Serge Cheviots, all
les, not a suit in the lot
(for suit $13.75 va
you, made of beautiful ~~
orings, beautiful Tailored
r S2rt.no ha
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) had thought of paying th
the very latest models ?
rts all to go on sale this
s by Saturday's express,
1 brown, Coats lined with
.-v->~\ro lira T~iqt>q onrl \TC\
LildlYC a AJCC iilJ ^ iltiV/ UXJ.U j
suits at choice $11.50 ca
Sutton and Blucher Shoes,
>est in town for the price, Vici
Jun Metal Shoes, $2.00 value,
:es, choice $1.43
are Ready for the Crowds.
i have more goods piled up
; than most of the little sidestores
of Newberry carry in
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i s /\iways ousy
Mimnaugh's j J
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;/c oj mercriutiuise wuo
n across our counters.
' line can afford from
I Suits and thousands
fx *0 //v J
New Sin Petticoats $2.49 j
We'll place on sale one hundred
these matchless Petticoats, beau
'ul Satin Petticoats in the leading
ades, American Beauty, emerald,
een, navy, brown, black, $4 00
lue at $2.49
One lot Apron Checked Ging,ms
worth 8$c, special 'at only
e yard.... 5c
40 in Newberry mills white homenv?
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No other three stores can show
u such an immense stock, nor
n they match our prices.
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