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Commencing Tuesday, SeptembE
everything that was the least bit
in the rear of our store and whic
to be necessary that the firemen
10 doz Sweet Orr Overalls damaged by fire, some in the lot
not hurt, at choice 67c the pair.
$3500 worth new Fall C.othing came in last week, bot for
the fall and winter trade, such makes as the Griffin brand, Bur
gunder Bros.. and other smart tailors, some of these only have
the vest slightly wet on one cortter. some the pants, but all go
at one price.
10 new Thibet Suits bought to sell for $18.00, your choice
of the 10 suits at $9.77.
12 fancy Worsted Suits, $16.50 value, fire sale price $9.00.
12 silk Thibet Suits, $12.50 value and a good one for the
price,'fire sale price $7.81.
All $10 damaged Suits $7.22.
All $8 and $8.50 Suits, fire sale price, $5.98 and $6.48
All $5 Suits, fire sale price $3.83 the suit.
$1000 worth brand new Odd Pants at a big reductioft.
24 pair wool Blankets, original price $3.48 and $3.98,
choice of the ten pair, these are only wet on one cont2r, al
$2.44 the pair.
One small lot of Jean Pants, made of 9 oz jeans, slightly
wet $1.05 the pair.
We sell it for less. Now rmi
LAW AS TO AUTOGBThBS 'courts will take judicial notice tha
automobiles on highways, especiall;
Xache Drivers Must Exercise Bx- where they are infrequent, have
traordinay Care on Highwa- tendency to frighten animals. Th
Machine Stopped But Engine duty, therefore, devolves upon th
Was Going. drivers of sueh machines to exerens
Grevil Nw.due care to prevent accidents. Th
Greevill New. * amount of care necessary varies wit
Colninbia, Sept. 24.-In the case of ; the various circumstances. Act
Rochester against Bull, decided to- which in a given case might be negli
Sday by the supreme court, th~e court ogence in another might be due cart
-lays down the law regarding the lia- IThrfe,iisamtaboul
bility of automobiles for injuries re- -necesary that what action amounts t
suiting from the fright of animals. due care miust be a question of facl
Mr. Thomas M. Rochester and .his From the evidence it would seemt'
wife, CrlnRehse,oAuatthe present ease is one which i
30, 1904, were going along the road which much care was -required. Th~
leading from the city of Greenville to character of the ground, the expose
SChick Springs in a wagon drawn by situation of the plaintiffs and thei
a mule. As they drew near to the children, the fright of the mule o
bridge leading across Richland creek the present and prior occasion tk
on coming around a sharp curve noise of the machine were all cil
about 75 yards from the foot of the eumstances going to call for the e3
bridge the automobile of the defend-erieomuhce,sheaes
ant was seen approaching it being-then prudsen rofnuhae would carecs
just aboutt to run off the bridge. Whether the defendant in the pre
Rochester at once signalled the driv- ent case exercised sucha care is not
er of the machine to stop. The road absolty evdent that it mybe d'
at tis oin wasnar- adi1 down1 eided as a matter of law. It is
a comparatively stee grade. On the qeto euirywti h r
left hand side is a steep bluff lead- quin pfteurly wind the p-s
ing down to the creek. The automo-wathrfepoelyeusd'
bile, in compliance with the signal wasTherefret properl rtteuse"
was run into a cut in the bank onis "Thare ictlde atr that ifoe
the left hand side and the forward hisence od the juryntihatg if nl
motion of the machine stopped. The autnobile asednth injreo tl
motor, however, was permitted to con- automile cusd he injury Th
tin.ue running and according to the princiat waldee eo iab Thi lr
testimony of the plaintiffs gave forth qaifysanuage or inhs tofail
much noise and caused the whole ma- thef pripa laguae oy o such:
chine to vibrate. The plaintiffs con- thu rincpasler lialed onyprimucl i
tinued their approach, the mule b-1 jures aes weigee proimateley
coming more or less frightened as he* tion cagent egssigne. Ths eec
neare opthe mahie. Weme uwasntrl- had previously charged that a pers
6 mot oposie h beame ncotro would not be liable unless his neg
lable and ran over to the extreme iee wste proximate cause of t
right of the road where he struck a nur.' was g t ayhdsttdh
telephone pole, throwing the plantiffs pinciple" Judgeneryad tted and
from the wagon, and according to the pcharge in gerld terms corect
allegation of the complaint, injuring chrei hld toe crefcdat.ap
Mrs. Roehester. At the conclusion M.Bl,tedfnatapT
of the plaintiff's testimony defend- in this case, is the proprietor of
ant made a motion for a non-trial on Vhick Springs Hotel.
the ground that there was absolutely
* no evidence showing negligence on The Yellow Jessm.ine.
his part. Judge Ernest Gary refused jShe knows but joy, the joy tl
the motion and the case was submit-| springs from earth;
ted to the jury, a verdict for $45 be- IExultantly she vaunts her gold
ing given in favor of the plaintiff, blooms,
The defendant appealed. Whose laughter fills the green
The first exception relates to the swamp with mirth,
alleged error of the trial judge in And scatters light through all
refsig ano-i ad the su- wildwood glooms,
preme court considers whether or not Elizabeth Howard West, in Ui
there was evidence to 3ustain the Remus's Magazme.
ae.Chief Justice! Pope, writing -_______
the opinion of the court, says:.e epemur ~ oso
We think it is a fact of which er people's money.
0 FR E
B E E HI
r 24, when the doors open at
camaged by fire or water cause
made its way through our bad
turn on the water in our store.
The fire only got through one window and
only burned goods on one table. These we
will pack up and store away. Only smoked
and wet goods will we sell.
REMEMBER THE DATE
when the doors open.
Our buyer has just returned.from New York
and Philadelphia, the dry goods center; Bos
ton, the shoe market; Baltimore, the domestic
market. In a few days our fall stock will com
mence to roll in, which is second to none in
quality, and at a saving of from 10 to 25 per
cent on all you buy.
3AILES AND COM
rlv occupied by Kibler, Dennis furniture stoi
&Wi.l liamson's jewelry store. We are agen
tOWL, EUNG TE BELL. STINGLESS BEES.
~When People Heard the Tolling They They Have Stining Apparatug
a Thought There was a Ghost in are too Busy to Use It.
New York Tribune. . tingless bees are the latest:
e Persons residing in the village duetions of the department of
were startled out of their slumbers culture, in Washington, Lais
s about 1 o'clock this morning by thes Philadelphia Press. That visitc
- tolling of the bell in the little Meth-1 the Capital City may be served
- odist' church. The church bell sum- jhoney from the White House
y mons the village bucket birgade,when! dens and public flower beds is a
o there is a fire in the neighbo'rhood. At peet held out by the local .i
the first tap of the bell the farmers which are considering the ins
awoke and hurried to the church, tion of apiaries on their roofs.
n buckets in hand. The tolling con- it is not beyond the possib
etinued, but in an erractic manner. that hives of the busy workers
Attimes four dr 'five strokes of the be kept soon on the front' pores
r bell would be given in rapid succes- many households, urban or
n sin, to be followed by an interval of throughout the country, sup
.e silence. There was no sign of a fire sweets and pointing the rising
-anywhere. 'At the chureh practically ations to home industry.
- everyone living within sound of the The new introduction, which
a bell had gathered, yet within all was from Asia Minor, is known .s
. dark, while the bell in the tower con- Caucasian bee. The name is d
s- tinued to peal out the ,alarm. It from its native locality, andi
o caued a shiver to run down the phasized by habits of life whiei
- backs of the bravest, this. honeymaker dietinetly a
a Finally Henry Van Ness, the sex-* white man's bee. It is eivilize4
>-ton of .the church, arrived. He sus- nified and high-toned. It rushe
it peted some uncanny agent at worka reluctance into anything that s
and refused to open the doors. He 1of warfare, having, in place<
>f said he knew it was a ghost, and he belligerent instincts of others
rwouldn't face it ,under any circum- e lass, a p?edisposi'tion to arbito
estances. Giles Van Riper said he jIt must not be inferred, ho
ie would go in if Van Ness would give that the Causea-ian has no st
ehin the key. Van Ness passed it over, all, as has been erroneously.
to' A lantern was then procure~d and Physically it is constituted mi
eVan Riper, with a few of the bolder are other bees, -and has an eqi
nnsin the crowd, clirnbed to the pacity for inflicting a woud
y belfry, weapon is sheathed in peace a
u- As the leader open the 'little trap ed only in cases of extreme
Lrt door in the roof some great white oh- geney.
onl jet, armed with claws could'hbe seen. It has been domestieated foi
li- "Ghosts, sure," he exelaImed, and centuries and cut off from th
he crabled out of the building with Imoner breeds that naturally
ii ~the remainder of the company. honey, brig-anid-like, in some
is For a few minutes after the bell Vain cave or tree. Throught the
pealed vociferously and then all was turies of isolation its sweet an
still.ill ble disposition has been des
;he No one in the crowd could be in- until it now goes forth ini
duced to investigate further.4 They world to take the place for v
lingered around until daylight, whis- has been fitted.,
perit their fears to one another. A When placed on a busy st
iat" second ascent to the tower revealed plies its trade in peace and ini
Ithe fact that a flock of pigeons had with no passerby, man or
Len made their home in the belfry and a Apiaries on the tops of high
huge owl had discovered this fact. 'buildings have become not
[ng' The bird of prey had made an attack of late years in many of th~
on the pigeons, and in some way had cities.
its become entangled in the branches of
the loose strands of the bell rope, New York, Buffalo, Milwau
tele awhih had bvecome frayed with years other cities are the great
I of se. Icentres. In 1905 the United
of use.produced 136,000,000 bushels
yth- Every time a man bets with a ro- ley; si states raising the b
man h win, asthey do every year. These a
530 o'clock we will put on sale
d by the fire soon Sunday morning
< door and window and causing it
1,000 pr Men's Brogans, worth $1.65 and $1.75, for $1.25
The best line of $2.50 and $3.00 Ladies' Dress Shoes in the
city. Ask to see our line of Children's and Boys' Shoes. We
guarantee all men's fine shoes above $2.00. Give you the
best one in town under this price. We are agents for T. D.
Barry's fine Shoes for men, John Michels $3 and $3.50 Shoe
for men, the Brown Shoe Co's Shoe for men, ladies and child
HATS-Few Panama Hats, the $7.50 kind at $1.66 each.
50 doz Negligee Coat Shirts, worth 75c, only the boxes
soiled, at 42c each.
100 Marseilles Bed Spreads, worth $3.50, slightly soiled, at
$1.82 1-2 each.
76 velvet Rugs, worth $2.00 at $1.50.
3 wool Art Squares left, 9x9, worth $7.50 at spec1 $5.01
SP -A: N
-e, later by Shelley, and Summer, furniture and
ts for Standard Patterns
fornia, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa,
but the following year the production Mr Mui Lo hav you any imna6iat
went up to 178,000,000 bushels. tio in you mae- an en
......inside you,any danlcelyour feet. WeflH
tntr- Te eperene oflif-Wh then ge a VICTOR TALKING -MA-: ~
tr- Te eperenc oflif-Wht aCHINE, -it will hit you all over, for
agri- jfool I've been !-Puneh. -there's scarcely a faculty or an emotion
te in your enmental or physical make
rs to 1 REGIsTRATION NOTIVE. up bu wlbeinspired by the VICTOR
with Notice is he'reby given that the A record in the morning before break
ar- books of registration for the Town of fast will be, by far, the best tonic you.
pros Nebery, . C. ar no opn ad could use-f r instance "I'm Crazy 'Bout
pro- Nwbery,S. ., re ow open an ,'by Collius & Harl anlill
otes, heundrsgne as. upevior f split your sides," or if youpree Grand
tala- egsine for Sthevs on will Opera-say Rigoletto Quartet, Act 114
keep said books open. every day from sung "y Caruo n Hoer,p Gleran -
iiis9a. in., until 5 p. in., (Sunday ex- o- the late Tamago. Anything on. the'
ma cepted) including the 1st' day of, De- VICTOR from teridiculous to the sub
ies of camber, 1907. lime, by a mer huQe o m thgeod
rural, Eug.Sts, -fl small.payment down and a small sum
>ligSupervisor of peisrtin month. We have all sizes jot you;
ener- rio.oo to $ioo.oo.
arvdprices towards new Instruments. No 4 -TO.
s em- Club rates, to offer, but we Plods. n luvrey~ oe
rank better Instruments fo~r the same or
s the less money, then those at club rate Newberry, S. C.
1, dig- offers._________________
with Write Malones Musie House Co
macks lumbia, S. C., for special pries~ and BST PENCIL pad on the market at
f the terms. -Herald and News office.for 5c.
SNATIONAL BANK OF NEBERYs.c
dh as +0 0. -
zalca- Q oo -A
but its '. ,3 -1
e com- - ...
hiehit Whry You Should Have a Bank Account.
reet, it FIRST-It enables you to pay your bills by check.
braer SECOND-It is conducive to system in your affairs.
office ' THIRD-It will help your credit, and bring you In>
iu contact with the best business men cf the communmty.
e geat e solicit your account.
kee and DRCO S
nating iM. A. Carlisle. H .M sly alse
of bar- J- A. Blackwelder.RotNris Ge.oh tne
ig op, . . athes. S. B,. Aull. Jos. H. Hunter.