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S'TATE OF Si"'Ti l 0LIN.
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Benjain B. Sloan. namie Sloan,
Willie Sloan. Benjamin Sloan, Jr., and
Marie Sloan, Defendants.
By virtue of an order of the court
herein. I will sell to the highest bid
der before the court house door at
Newberry. S. C.. on salezday in No
vember, 1907, within the legal houis
of sale, all that tract of land lying
and being situate in Newberry county,
State of South Carolina, containing
Thirty acres, more or less, and known
as the Caldwell tract and bounded by
lands of Robert Caldwell, Miss Fannie
Johnstone, J. J. H. Brown and others.
Terms o' sale, one-half of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash, the
balance in one year; the purchaser to
secure the credit portion with his bond
and a mortgage of the premises sold
with leave to anticipate the payment
of the credit portion, the said cred
it portion to hear interest at the rate
of eight per cent per annum from
date of sale. Purchaser to pay for
H. H. Rikard.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
In Common Pleas.
Robert L. McElveen and William
Reeder MeElveen, Plaintiffs,
John C. McElveen and Robert Ern
est McElveen, Defendant&
By virtue of an order of court here
in, I will sell to the highest bidder
before the court house do.tr at New
berry, S. C., on salesday in November,
1907. within the legal hours of sale,
all that tract of land lying and be
*Make your Bar
big shoe store in
save and look at
Men's Odd Pant:
200 pairs Meg's Odd Pants, mn
Cleveland Woolen Mills, worth $2
'work pants at $1.25 pair.
96 pairs Men's Work Pants, big size
3oo pairs Men's Dress Pants, boi
under price, for $2.oo pair.
400 pairs Men's Cashimere Pants
.more, at $2.98 and $3.50 the pair.
72 pairs Men's black all-wool Pant:
$3.oo at $2.00 pair.
Boys' Knee Pants from 25C to $1.<
These come in sizes from 4 tb 16.
Ladies' Long Box C!oaks at $.91
Ladies' Long Cloaks at $3.48 each
Ladies' Long Cloaks, extra val
$6.48, $7.48 and $8.50 each.
36 Ladies Fine Cloaks worth $12
special $9.98 each.
18 Ladies' Cloaks worth $1 8.oo at
1o light gray satin lined Ladies'
worth $20.oo at special $14.oo each.
12 black satin lined Ladies' C10
Children's Cloaks from 980. up.
Cotton Flannel, Outing, E
roo pieces Cotton Flannel, bleach
unbleached, worth 12c., at special 1i
25 pieces good Cotton Flannel wort
at specia18y/3c. yd.
1o pieces extra heavy Cotton F
old price 16%3c., at special 14c. yd.
Cotton Flannel from 7ydec. up.
5,000 yds. cash down Outing,
more at the old price, roc. yd., all c
We Sell It Foi
voalty t t
1ads of James J. Reder. I. Newton
Gary. Nathan P. Whitmire and lands
of th- ,.state of D. L. Gary.
Terms of sale: One-third of the
purchase money to be paid in cashl
and en)u2h in addition thereto to pay
the costs and expenses of this action.
to be taxed by the clerk of this court;
the balance in two equal annual in
stalments from date of sale, with in
terest from date at the rate of eight
per cent, payable annually, bond of
the purchaser and mortgage of the
premises sold to be given to secure the
credit portion, which mortgage shall
contain clauses providing for insur
ance of the buildings and for the pa
Tnent of attorneys fees in case of de
fault of the payment of the debt or
any part thereof. The purchaser has
the right to pay all in cash. Purchas
er to pay for papers and recording of
H. H. Rikard,
Oct. S, 1907.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
0OUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
In ;ommon Pleas.
Ira H. Sheppard and Ja.cob Larry
W. P. Sheppard, William 0. Shep
pard, Olga R. Sheppard, Armenta M.
Sheppard and Leland Hunter Shep
By virtue of an order of the court
herein,' I will sell to the highest bid
der before the court house doors at
Newberry, S. C., on salesday in No
venber, being 4th day of said month,
1907, within the legal hours of sale,
all that tract of land lying .and be
k account grow 1
to sell from-lO0 tc
town. Add thes
your Bank accot
! Calicoes, Pe
ade by 4,700 yds. light blu
.oo for Calicoes at 4% c. yd. f
Percales from 7% c.
ro pieces Bed Tickin
worth 5 pieces Bed Ticking
3 pieces Bedl Ticking
s worth 7 pieces Bed Ticking
4 pieces Bed Tickii
>O pair. worth 25. at special x
One bale colored Hoi
at 5c. yd.
One bale Homespun
each. -25 pieces Cheviots w
Men's and Boys'
ue, at Da
~.oo at 100 doz. Boys' heavy
and Draw ers worth 4oc
special 50 doz. Men's extra
and Drawers at 48c. eac
Cloaks Lde'Eta R
aks at 1oo doz. Ladies' Und
from last year, worth
old price 95c. pair.
Ladies' Under Shir
G, match, fleece lined at 9
dadLadies' Union Suits
>.yd. Tunks! '
h oc., Trunks from $1.25 t<
22 Trunks, size 30,
lannel, $7-50, at $4.98 each.
10 Trunks worth $1.
5 Steamer Trunks, I
worth from $6.oo to $10.00 ei
olored. Trunks from 68c. to
r Less. E.
in''situamte in Newvberry counit
ii "ki,~ \. '.Siwp parVd. GJeon,*
Taylor. and Mlrs. Wells.
Terms of sale, one-third of the pui
chase price to be paid in cash and th
balance payable in one and tw
-qual annual installments, with ir
terest from the day of sale. at th
rate of eiaht per cent. payable arni
ally. to be secured by the bond of th
purchaser and a mortgage of th
premises, that the purchaser at th
Are you going to Columbia o1
the 16th to hear MNme. Sembricl
sing-it will undoubtedly be a trea
well. worth the eight or ten dollar
that it will cost you.
When you return from Columbi:
stop by Newberry's Victor Stor
and hear Sembrich sing FREE
the VICTOR does it.
Yes, come-just shut your eye
and enjoy again that velvet smootl
and luscious voice: just shut you:
eyes and see again that wonderfu
woman who has surpassed perhap!
every artist of this generation ir
her absolute mastery of technica
Sembrich, Melba, Caruso, Eames
Patti and the other 'great artist,
sing only for the VICTOR.
We have all size Victors in stock
!ro.oo to $ioo.oo. Ask about oui
monthly payment plan.
Art and Variety Store,
Newberry, S. C.
>y trading at thic
25 per cent. ct
a nickles, dimes
mnt, and see it gi
lt For [
e and red standard We:
r Saturday only. in Nev
id. up. n our
g at special 5c. yd. tember
at special 8)/c. yd. Just
at special 9C. yd. Button
at special roc. yd. $3.00 I
ig, slightly soiled, One
6%4c. yd. Bluche
nespun, worth more, at 98c.
at 7%4c. yd. *worth
>rth roc., at 9C. yd. 124
Undershirts and worth
fleece lined Shirts One
at 25c. each. Balbri~
beavy Under Shirts 200
tervests, carried over We
'5C., today at same T. B. ]
ts and Drawers to for Lac
I9C. each. .and C
> $1o.oo. line of
linen lined, worth for the
75, at $1.25 each.
teavy brass bound,
$15-04- ~ $10-00
L RBAILES &
ayfor papers with leave tot
11 1 . R)ikard,
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL ES- I
e! TATE. t
By virtue of the power and auth- i
ority in me vested as the Executor of <
e the Last Will and Testament of Yates
I C. Myers, deceased. I will sell at pub- t
We want part of your
business. We can be found
at corner of People's Na
tional Bank. Come and see
and get your share of the
bargains. Close profit and
quick sales is our motto.
We carry a general line of
merchandise. We pay
highest prices for cotton
seed. Give us a trial and
Yours for business,
KINARD & KIBLER,
Prosperity, S. C.
store. We posi
eaper than any
and dollars you a
h~ave the biggest line of New Shoes
rberry. No 21 to 50 year old Shoes
house. The oldest Shoe we have
Lot be over 13 months old, as we
here with a brand new stock Sep
received, 72 pairs Men's pat. calf
Shoes, sizes 6 to 11, worth $3.50, at
lot, 244 pairs, Ladies' Dongola,
r and plain toe Shoes worth $1.25,
pairs'Men's first split Brogan Shoes
$1 6.5and $I-75at old price, $1 25 pr. t
Men's Cap Toe Creedmore Shoes,
$1.50, at $1.25 the pair. (
lot Men's Vici Kid, Blucher cut
it $1.25 pair.
lot of 124 pairs Ladies' *Vici Kid
~gans worth $r So, at $1.25 pair.
-airs Men's box calf and Vicis *orth
t $1.98 the pair.
den's, Ladies' and Children's Ox-(
t and below cost.
also carry such standard makes as
larry, American Health, the famous
House Shoe of the Brown Shoe Co.'s
lies, the Wolf Bros. Shoe for Ladies
bildren, every pair guaranteed tot
I leather, the John Michel special
nd $3.50 Shoes for men, also a full
the Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes
>airs Irish Point Lace Curtains worth
pair at special $4-5o and $4.oo pair.
ie oitcrv to the 'hilhest bidder, be
)>tv.ee thc i a1 urtI s of sale wa
he 4th day of November, 1907. (be
ng Salesday in said month) ihe ful
owing described real estate, of which
he said Yates C. Myers died seized
nd possessed, to-wit: All that tract r
if land in No. 9 Township, Newberry c
.,ounty. South Carolina, containing(
hirty-t'wo acres, more or less, bound
d by land of the estate of S. A. Hun- c
er, lands of the estate of Benjamin
sichols and others.
Terms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to c
)ay for papers.
S. M. Myers,
,xecutor of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Yates C. Myers, deceasel.
Newbeyry, S. C., Oct. 1st, 1907.
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VILL CoST YOU THIS MUC
'OR $10.00 A GooD BUSIh
$15.00 A BET TERBSU
$25.00 THE EST Po1
'OR $6.00 A GooD RAiN
$10.00 A BETTER R4
$15.00 THE BEST Po1
What can we sa:
.man cannot wi
)f this depdartml
/elvets, the beaut
nake to him one a
)ut the artistic, di
he one who is to
ion separates ar
>art. Come, and
he shapes, styles
ire in great abun<
teed glasses come to headquarters, the
nly exclusive manufacturing optical
Lole in South Carolina with the latest
lectrical appliances for making test in
omplicated eye troubles. You get skill,
xperence; you get what your eyes need.
,very thing we-do ganteed to give
atisfaction. We do gaahigh class work
t reasonable prices When in the city
all and consult with us Be sure to drop
a Fair week.
ROBBINS & NOBLE,
639 Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
letween Ehrlich Shoe Store and Boll &
. Co.'s Jewelry Store.
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