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New Store, 1
Our buyer has just returne
bought our opening bill. 1
and by paying spot cash
Dry .Goods, Clo
Wool Dress Goods we have bougi
and designs from 10 to 25 per cei
A Few Specialties in
Dry Goods, Wash Goods & Linens.
One small case light and dark Outing, all they had,
worth and sold right here in Newberry for Oc., 5c.
the yard. These come in short lengths, 10 to 25 yds.
One case standard Percales at 7 1-2c. per yd.
One bale'standard Drill, full bolts, for 6 1-2c. yd.
One bale Sheeting for 3 1-2c. yd.
Solid Calico for quilts for 3 1-2c. per yard.
A big stock Rescue Plaids for 5c. yd.
Canton Flannels, etc.
We have the fleeced on one and both sides and all
colors, very neat designs for Kimonas and dressing
Bought from the people that made them. 25 heavy
gray Skirts for $1.25 up to the $5.00 and $6.00 grade
for $3.98. See our $1.98 number, it. is a corker.
Your Money back if Not Sa
E. L BAILES& CO.,
GIRL IS SAVED BY A00IDENT. launch were drowned, while three men
and one woman, the latter Miss Mabel
Escape From Drowning Which is Al- Cook, a friend and room mate of Miss
together Unique-The Girl Had Day were picked up by the passing
Been Literally Scooped Up craft soon after the accident occurred.
Out of The Water by the The party were returning last night
Scow'd Machinery- from Sheepshead Bay, where they had
Her Story- dinner, and although a stiff gale was
--- blowing and the seas were running
Newv York, September 15.-Miss high, all wvent wvell until the engines
Fannie Day, a young department of the launch gave out. All night long
- store employee of this city, who wvas; the little craft, owned by W. W. Day
one of a party of eight persons in a~ id, of Jamaica, L. I., drifted helpless
naphtha launch which was capsized ly in the bay. The women suffered
in the lowver bay early to-day, had severely from the exposure, for thi
the most remarkable escape from Inight was cold and water was con
death by drowning that any human tinuously breaking into the boat
being probably has ever experienced. When daylight came the men and wo
- Three of her companions were swept men were, overjoyed to find a tuj
to the bottom when the launch, with with twvo scows in tow making di
disabled engines, was run into by a reetly for them. They called loudla
mud scow. Miss Day had gone down for help and signalled their distress
with the others, and when nothing was The tug swept by and apparently the:
seen of her for hours afterwards it were not seen by those on board. S<
was reported that she had met death. close did the tug run that the win<
But when the mud scow .had been dIrove the second scowv against th<
towed nearly to its destination andlanhndcueitoupt.T
the deck hands wvere adjusting theeihocuntofhebawre]
dumping apparatus at the bottom, i h ae na ntn tugi
they w,ere startled to find a handsome- frterlvs tl hysytet
ly dressed young woman in one of thedinostpTheofhemna
pockets. Miss Day had been literallyMisComagetoethloft
ecooped out of the water by the dump- utre anhadcugt tu
ing machinery, which had been left tltetgMCnls rtesa
open after the scow had dischargedthinongsemrEPaoecu
its last load at sea. ' te.Tesrioswr ae
Miss Day was just regaining con- Saltn .I,adsn oa ni
seiousness when dicovered and had be-maywhrteyefsdtfrt
gun to call feebly for help. Two we- dvleteronnmso hs
en ad on man ho wre inthe h andrcuse tto wee et.owned
$4 ,0 ,0 e siccu a sts of eba eea
Th P c for M theirls Stifte" s th u
$40,00,00 of isstckho derpivat fotns is,e by the Stae an<
Fund for everyMis poolicnged ohgelhor of thiCopn.Schldr,aod
proftilfrom whatMpolicyiholdershpay in.
It is40 yers ol. It as e ~io mingooo sess in faorece
themosliera poicis oanLte mp. T riors alefrms taeo
morecas an oe pid.p I suraetoend o. premiud s ptoayng ini
largst dvideds oanycom a y, busiess iothe reusdatofirst
rdo 22, Moudo0
lew Goods E
d from New York and
7his means new fresh go4
means a saving to you
thing, Shoes, Ha
it and expecting every day. A I
it. cheaper than you are accusti
Boys' Knee Pants Suits.
We can give you a very good Boy's Suit, 5 to 15, for
98c. the suit. A better one for $1.48. $2.50 suit
for $1.98 and up.
Table and Brown Linen.
We can give you a 66 in. mercerized Damask for 24c.
per yd., a better one for 48c. per yd.
Brown Linen, the 12 1-2c. kind for 1Oc., the 15c. kind
for for II 1-2c , up to the 25c. kind for 18c yd.
I doz. Napkins for 48c., a better one for $1.20 per doz.
Overalls and Pants.
The best union made $1.00 grade Overalls for 79c.
Lighter weight sometimes sold for $1.00, now 63c.
The best 50c. kind for 42c.
Men's Pants 98c., up to the $5.00 kind for $3.48 pair.
Piques, mercerised goods from 1Oc. to 35c. the yard.
tisfied. Next Door
THE BEE HIVE
Miss Day, when brought to her "I never saw such a scared man
home in St. Nicholas avenue this at- my life. I yelled: 'Tlrow me a rc
ternoon, said that in the party were if you don't want me to drown.'
two Mr. Dodds, Miss Cook and two did so and I wound it around
-married couples, whose names she did waist and arm and he pulled me up
not know. The start, she said, was
brok don. t dybrek te so if The don'tune o a wnes.'
wer sihte, nd,altouh eeryon oand Chrounoud
the ug nr onthe cowssemdwtosee uad ar an lare pulcdschool
made frolisionephena cae anbou tane fbyswo8r aias~
o'clok at keepht.hen otupht, ngin ot etoigi fe
trkedonAtdyra tuhele.ows Th am tu confn tLatpinve
'wengted d,i gatig eer nondoneCronicear ftoe
screamd for eep, ither ally hav le ahn msteno a eenrk
cae tup enor oh slowly, said Mis seful atancaret pu'lbe fcoond
or hayr vsgsigfrbetn them.mraity wer rtohid erousha
t"Thencllyso myhed hiamehind, atltnes of lifeys Chmberlwa
andhould ise ryeno moe.he wasmer- schoo dayzs seemt have en done
- wrly frgtened altheoatupght it alitinguisrhentong.afe
- turned turtce. naAnsatniem d Olve Goldsiet thas kupiv
lietme to e.r so alf' sufaid bys havilds scolteros ance emrk
Day 'Isgping,bthdpenc fo miat nd enuh majoribly wiee the altha
kickillng wvith my mihtandor my.bf they er.Ifnctherei ontac
''Fald, yhedhtsoehn spall narrife. Mr. theamberna
an "Suely ie no core. I bobbs ter- scholas caeer, jto hae tee wi
tokae in an nsa, citeedhep a ociver's Thasmt a lst, ism
in but had onece of tried noughm may psidbly xperiee Gldtoe faul
the sees butn wthey hanroer my dtook latter.ifntee at scho,ifIrmet
j slippery. Finally I secured a resting aright, though he subsequently gal
o place on some chains after having a double-first at Oxford. Those
.swam for an hour almost, high priests of science or philosoj
o ''By and by an old man looked over Darwin, Huxley, Tyndall, Hern
f into the well; he said: 'How the devil Spencer, did not particularly shin
did you get there.' their younger days.
the Company. The Pacifi
Its peculiar legal organizatiol
40 years old, It gives the grea
a cost. Its non-participating rat
iw of California, a guaranteed Safety lowing are the rates per $1,ooo
gto Law and Charter, deieno oHOI,E 20 PAYM
20 $14 65 $22 60
21 150oo 22 95
40 States and Territories. It writes 22 15 35 22 30
23 15 70 23 70
pplicies. It guarantees in the policy 24 z6 05 24 1o
25 16 45 24 55
ieriod than any company. It pays 26 16 85 25 oo
2 17 30 25 45
2 17 75 25 90
29 i S 25 26 410
~ERT NORRIS, 32 2805
Gen Agt. for Soisb Carolinra. 33 a. 28 60
- 4 M f;o' 29
24, Tuesduo 25.
other markets, where he
:ds in every department,
of 10 to 25 per cent -on
Lts and Notions.
-ull line of all the latest weaves
3med to paying.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
Our buyer went on the floor and picked up Ladies'
and Men's Heavy Satin Calf and Kangaroo goods at
the same old price and a few numbers 33 1-3c. off.
We can give you a few numbers jpf Ladies' coarse
Shoes worth today, bought regularly $1.25 at the fac
tory, that means $ 1.50 to $1.75 for you, we make the
lot 98c. These are not in cartoons. Also a few fine
Shoes in the lot at same price. We carry men's Shoes
up to $5.00, and ladies' to $3.50.
One paper Pins I cent.
Two balls Sewing Cotton I cent.
One Coat Spring 4 cents.
Good box Toilet Soap 10 cents.
Beats all Pencil 1 cent.
Big Pencil Tablet 4 cemts.
One pair Lace Curtains for 25 cents.
to West's Big Furniture Store.
Cheapest Store in Town
in We find plenty of evidence that private interests for the public good.
pe people who in the first stages of their Men who are not afraid to take
EIe career make prolonged and exhaustive chances; who are not afraid of failure.
ny demands on their stores of nerve force Men of courage, who are not cow
on rarely attain length of days. Whether ars In any part of their natures.
those demands have been made mere
ly in the pursuit of wealth or for some Men who are larger than business,
more noble object does not matter. wh'jo overtop their vocation.
The result is the same. Thus Napoleon Men wvho give thirty-six inohes for
considlered about four hours ini bed ''a a yard, alnd thirty-two quarts for a
ed- good niight 's rest.'' lie joined the ma- hushel.
viii jority at fifty-one. D)ickens passed P'hillthropists who will not let their
in-~ over at fifty-eight, his grieat rival, rights hand knowv what their loftM
in- Thackeray, at fifty-t wo. Byron achi- hn sdig
ny- eyed his unique reputation in the short Mi h ilnthv n rn
ife- compass of thirty-six, Mozart in thir-ofontyfr)uiesppssad
sti- ty-five, Schiller ini forty-five. The late aohrIl rvt ie
vho Mr. Alfried Beit died at fifty-three. Y'n ciwo~'h ) ret hi
not Men Wonted Today.,n agtro hi opnos
nal Men who cannot be bought.
ns Men whose word is their vote. Flo h ittso orcn
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