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E'-;'T"ABLJSlT P-M-) 1865, tl li-'V OCTO 1"0", 1" fif
We Sell Cheaper...
...Because We Buy Cheaper.
Buying in large quantities
for spot Cash enables us al
ways to get lowest figurus
and greatest inducements
for buying. Manufacturers
who are anxious to dispose
of large quantities of mer
chandise quickly gives Mim
naugh first choice, other
merchants wonder and don't Z
see how we can sell at our
prices and stay in business
but it's very simple, they 0
never have the opportunity
of buying like we do, they are (f
usually figuring for longtime T
instead of "cash and dis
count" while Mimnaugh cap
tures the cream with ready
It takes a rich man to draw 0
a million dollar check, a
horse to draw a cart, a
pretty girl to draw attention,
a toper to draw a cork, a free (J
lunch to draw a crowd, and (I)
bargains to draw big trade
at Mimnaugh's, here's where
am going to open the eyes
of the people and I want to
tell you right now I didn't
steal these goods, we know
how and where to buy, and
WE have plenty of CASH to
pay for them with . . .....
EVERY TRAIN IS BRING
With a Force of 12 Clerks I am Prepare
YOU CAN'T MISS THE STORE
Hats of all kinds. I proved to hun
dreds last spring that they had been
paying too much for their hats. This
winter I am better fixed for you than ever
before. The values I show are beyond
reach of any other merchant. Look at
other folks' high priced Millinery and
then look at Mimnaugh's. I am o
to sell you your hats for less than any
merchant can buy them. This is an
other case of what's one man's loss is
the other fellov/s gain. I am the leader.
Use your sense and save your dollars at
%, Ir lrrs at
SHOES! SHOES! SiOE S!
I have not had room or time to tell you
about the different kinds of Shoes I keep
but it will be a sight to you to see one
side of my store filled up to the ceiling
with nothing but Shoes. I carry moire
Shoes under my tables and counters
than most of Newberry merchants carry
in stock. Come and look and let's hear
what you think about it.
CAPES ad JACKETIS.
Twenty-five hundred dollars worth of
Capes and Jackets for one-half the
others ask. For the last six months I
have been preparing for this winter's
business and every time a bargain was
offered I bought it and paid my money
down so as to have it for you this fall
CHEWAPER THAN ANYBODY ELSE.
What other merchant had the ready
cash to do this? What others couild call
in all their neighbors and get up enough
of money to do it and if they could who
had the nerve? I don't have to juggle
around the banks of Newberry trying to
get money to pay bills. I have sufficient
Dress Goods and Silks.
Thousands of yards of Dress Goods
and Silks to be sold regardless of value.
If you want a sty lish dress come direct
to headquarters whether you are a
millionaire or a pauper; "Lilly White"
or a Rosy Black. All stand on the
same level at Mimnaugh's Cut Price Store.
My would be competitors sigh for
good old times when they could charge
you what they pleased for Trunks.
Mimnaugh's small profits and big busi
ness has put this antiquated theory to
the wall. A car load of trunks to select
ING US NEW GOODS.
d to Give You Prompt Attention.
.FOLLOW THE CROWDSL
TO (i T) Till' PLLS.
N A 1*11h I\ i Il N .1 N. r : N i; - rI !A '
nIt t - . ' t.' I i i . . I Lh It'l. A ll.tt
t .1t b r
rI n re at t Is t I* .s I Ia i h e eI lld
to the nocos-,i,v k)f th Il)vImovrat:- i n
South iarolii go i: to th Ip oI 1s Iald
vo itin; in the generai leel cioll. Tho
i,gers f io)! hIy have booln forei -
ob ilited oit on sem vral ovccasiol:,
It! Iy at i lite hint Ieeting of tle
Stato e."Im Init'(- \ 'hero, its vI iu%
CeO i in h I: tI- , S . t h I )l loera't ic
ma111jority i!i So lrgo nally "imply ro
mlainl at homew IIII( tho geneltral vive
iI vote is rilivilolusly small. ''lhe
b im i ,cl now that diniger to
a'pesetation ini ong lurks inl
ah neglect. of pimbliv dhity, ial ill
. o t linI thil appoal for a lar1ge
.rdut 3 isbeing Imlado.
Evoln tho natiomal cha11irn-in halils
taklveI tlle mitter up1 as is shown by
itl. follwing let r received vesto r
dhy by the Stato chairmIIat:
Ch in o, l!t, (ht.1-', 11000t.
Ionl. W11ib1 Jlvnes, Colunbia, S. C.
My Dear Sir: If ooo elvet, Mr.
Bryanl, 1t,ual it selms nlow that the
chatnIces a Ire very mu11](ch1 in our favor
to do so, VO ought to do so by tho
largest possild, 1in1j''rity. 1.Ileco, it
is absolutely necessA;ar. that wo got
out. overy possible voto for him inl
I aml lipprelenlsivo that in our
overwhlmnini)g DJ)lIoerat icd States
illitly (f our peoldt will I carolss
about, going to the polls; that (te
s211ao con11ditions will provail in such
.tepubl icII States ats Iro absoltely
hopeless, blut this ought not to hu
Tho iecessity for a full tnrtiout on
the part of the Democrats and a full
Vi given ought, to bo improssed
upon our friends (overywlero, and
when thir attention is calleI to it I
foel sure that wo will g t a full vote.
Leot's miiake thle tnojorit y gteat,
overwiel inl;g, in spiring, so thlat
tnot onl' stiand th1at th peoplo aro
bobind thei in underiakin,tg thro
forIm tlit lr o m1II ucI neded.
W rito to 'ouriI (OilIt y connitt 1 tees,
your luclI pol it icians, to oilr tnews
papr,, and utgo that. thit ho dotne.
I send a copy of this lttler to h1101
Imoihe. of the nlatilmonl commtitt.e
anld to thI chairmant of tlie D elmo
(criatic Stato contituithtoo iiin eh Sl ate,
and hope thec best resuilts may coun
from it. Yours very t ituly,
Jamestct K. Jiones.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signaituro of A4 '7 4,
Olen. Waceer 5.:',. stc 5 s .tmi act At wacys
Montlgomiery, Ala., )Oct. I9. le
gardling the stiatemtent mtadec in a ro.
Cent spec'(h b y G ov. ~o5oevet thalit
ho w~as glad to see such mn as (Gen.
Wholee su pportm rg P residlet Nie
K inley in the( p)rosenkt camrinpaign,
Gen. WVhealer said today:
"Gv. IRoosevelt is hionest ly miits
takhen. HI ado11( thea statomonett on
the strenigthI of a publicat 0ionmade
by aiman ini a Now York d ist rict uno
friend ly to rite, t hat I haud (delivered1
ai 1iOpub1lican i speech at Florenee.
"In1 Conigress (hero is only onue
membler who has so long andu so cont
sistenitly as I have supp ortedl the
Democoratc measurosllt*~. TJhero is no
need'~ for tme to (10ny the (so s tato
tmonts TIhe peolo of A labamatli do
riot, doubt my fealty to thle Domno.
Boarm the hanmiYcu lav Aways 13x,.
'P.dM 02 i. fa WOOLLEY O
Ataa 0sa O 114 hNarh F.w a
urtile appeardIt i I o1111u per M
maIiri I i : I w a titr fr. t ien
i:Aii. ( u bjfct but lh ro haw; i ele
asli g i' renil si a~i~ Iu i~ alryi
ailIl ~ proal an r at num11( tings
ht e ou ht .it to h:.eo kfnli aid.
Our1 f.-imd Chip: vem-: mInd thiltks
thI;:0 I ils ih i tIo tl, hant o r poplo
wSii uptlii a-il diill leing to11 rid4
h II1 1 it'' .1 1i t* tI sa i,tfte)r i Ia I g lIe
c"rin Iii; HWn1,09 tt Is
theso otilori:i chder., aildilleiro i
ligion. (nit r ft in(l has a t dealnt il
t. >na bout thet( originl of mormonl
in.WC, roadily supposo that 'vveryN
t11111 it Ir nlads anly lit fill aind tries
to koel up with tho oinws is famililia
with tho oh sory o tih lok writ
it- I by a cc.rhlil invialidl andk! it not
hi ulIdish'd adt tho inanuscript
limiy falling into the' hlands of Joo
Siith that ni aed fillbe III triu but I
havo this to SayN aifter. loading tho
book of morit)lll, yoIl prononnee1(! it
1i et io I it I t p r t a l t i if
teor all i t i - onlIy num's[C. produclitionl.
Yi ul inih 1t thiIn Ik thon a i t is
plssib IIhat olet owny I f tliblo is
tho production of mortal lItIo.
H0 would ho jst Ii vasv 6) beliv-o
that. thi.i story abhout this unlpuiblishod
Work is lintdo up1) of itle of Je
Smits n m'1ilies, ws it is to beliovi
thatt Jm% Smlith ulsed titw unpublishwd
Work of anlother to accvomllplishI hi.
pu rpos. AnI iy nimn t lt will st idy
tI r i iious, I I litto ry of th it r ldt
dspecially for thf It, 2w0 yiars and
test it, hv. th 11 te achings of ouir.
Ilvior Io ilust comno to th conicl
Sion that wo must ( owh we ll w1
go to prscult even if Ith a plyno
doctrino m liiI ef4pecilly when it- car
ries with it, tho iulo of Jesuis Chris(,
or- anyt hing vlso, unle1tss- wo haV01posi
Civo proof. Wo hlav ai pmrfeict righit
t > dIil'orI, at righlt to criticiso, at right
to dmtu proo , imt. when it cots
to porsocuting by suh ats whipping,
killing, burning down chuilrethes, i t.
May Glod grati that w havo non
of thla' in Iu' righit hoero. LOL ime
sayi' that this is nlot sololy h reply to
my1) friends I don't ismae to sit)y
dhat it) advocatod such aosuires is
I hivo oescriboed abovo bt, I havo
roai1d a good Imanly pivce writte
aaiilst, m1orm111allisi that did ILadvo
rato sich onlysures.
Now its to thosi vlIrs rhi theyo o
prea ii for nothing ec., according
to moriai history and oher reliablo
SmRTis Of inforaitttion it is truo that
they do lifpy thoilr own faro olit of
thell,irw for i t itile
Oto theiy IrI i only il aictivo servic
aot tr war . litt. is hunpl a hsacll
toith ilaws fof the'ir chl uc lthe ariii
inof o bui'jltl!ilP t rg t hem fr, iendit
are afr:do ha t ofe-tenth t hat theyl
teir oblers1 t., auske ii any p
pou iigese. Ii used for e supr of 1-i
fahes poorhscoit and nodytoecto the
poord adfmnotherlrVi~io chaidritabe
purpios. Tlao h ormani ar lind Ch0
hi a very ihntabeliec popl. 'f'er io
ot m o ait. for it disosero of ths
m0'attend hae isU whn thel.s fro
and ti 1(OrP thir (Iing rs t soords
of'rie preaher moi thor an put
art raior ait fofr yoaniot otl
scar1 o ibraou 1%ti <1uck thanOii aty
hing ylo. rioe dov hardt.ii ocs
thano Oiitoralt 01moro toorm ore
('cnsidr a abs ight w o vthe
facesin 1( tif ounotr,i anoro aih
niedal thearivioo ri of ndg thn
can'tit son it1( for ot it.oro. Tse
poor then hae boontl turne so romh
stanhger ay f ao now not~i
My friet SIneh arguiieit ats that
is really in his favor, for God hafs
vory ofteIn slAeltd just such persons.
\\ ho wor ('b1i.st's A postlvs woro not
nearly iali if t>t allt of lwIy origin
Itld a caratr- \\t')ho wa St Paul bo
forl our Savior vonverted im111 for his
OVl good purpose.
Wo cliain t, ho (lristians. \Vo
s!y that. w do not, nod missionaries
here. But tih! my frionds, look
round us ol ;dl sides, and What do
you Soo? Ymu moo it great lack of
soiithing, and that, vory thing is
(irstinity or religion. Don't bo
fooled aund think that becaulso you
a1re a n0mber of the church, or have
beoil sinc1 you woro (ulito smill, that
i 1kes you It Christian. Oh, 110!
Ut u1s Iirst. got right, ird then wo
cnil got othors right or help thon to
get right, and lot the first thing
wo do ho to lity asido all croed per
In writing this pieco I know that
I am poing to bo misunderstood by
S01110. I ilso kiow that. I htvo taken
tho tinpopilar sido of tho subjoct or
<quest ion. But let it, bo undorstood
that, I ftill not. inl dofmiso of m1orm1on -
ismn am simply writing in dofenso
of roligiois liborty. Froedom of
thought id of spoelh is o of tiho
gIraIldest privilogos of our country,
and it. is a privilego that wo ought
to bo proud of, yes, too prond of to
iry to triamiplo it under foot. I am
110 miom1on. 1 am as far from it as
It Ny onII. I vouldl not alccept the
lo-t rino of tIho liorIonl church, but
t Ilho sitillo tim1o I aim not prepared
t( leiouniwo their doctrine as a whole,
110*or0 so thun it great, mantiy othors.
Now, inl conclusion, lot m11o say
that I am not. seking it controvorsy
by 1y Ileals, anlld will not have ly
thing m1oro to say onl thio subj0dctiun
som1o 011 jumlips clean Out of
tliir boots and trios to wipo mo off
of tho faco of the vart.h. Good
1)igh. FAlI PLAY.
Bears the IhI he Kind You Ilavo Always Bough
Ix mimtM o,r oitn fro -si ti, Utifctt-l .statem.
'I'ho following iblo is an exhtibit
of tho numbor of balus of cotton ox
ported from tho United States to tho
principlo importing coit.rios during
the commercial sisons onding Aug.
31, 1-) and HAR)
As ind:cacteod by th a1 ibovo tatble,
the exports to iall foreign countrit s
dluring theo 'onnorcial yoar I 19
100 wJJ)~ oro I ,4(00,:2l.1)bales loss t han
in 18's 09., itll the( prinrcipa t1coun-"
1. re:, wvith tho (xception of Boilgiuim,
('anitk', and .Jatpan, showving a de
creasoi in~ thlo (Anumpt ion of Ameri
outa. cotton. Theli (deCronlso int oxports
to t ho Unitedl Kvingdtom of 1,1 75,804
batles is phIonlomronal and1( readily ac
coun1ts for tho p)r'ent cotton famnir o
The1 dleeronsio of I ,-100,324 bies to
atl countries (does not md(icatto IL at
tho consRumIptiont of Ameorican cotton
is 0on thle dec(liInO in thoso countri( a,
but simpl1)y thatt the cotton crop of
the Unitod Statos of 189)9-1900 was
insullicienlt to moot the reqiuirements
of their mills. This is proved by
tho vory small am)iount of stocks in
tho Unmted Statos att the closo of the
yoetr and( the further fact thrt the
Europoan mitts woero running to their
full catpacitios so long as cotton was
to 1) hiad.
Bot.ri tho hit iNd 1 tI:iu M'. tuI ;t