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Not Expected to Live.
Mrs. Frank Feigle was no a l
e wai not expcited to live :Iroll
the night. Her brother, Mr. W. A.
McFall. went to (GreenvilL, eer .
Death of Olin Burley Livingston.
Olin Burley Iiving4tm. he onl
of Mr. ani Mr( . W. 0. Living
s:on. (ied at their nome in No.
tonwshi. on Tuesdaziy !miirin! a t
eight o clock of heart dropsy. age
four years and ine months. Th
remains were brought to St. Paul's
church, of which church the parents
are members, and on the following
day were laid to rest in the church
grave yard there, the Rev. J. A.
The little fellow seemed 'to be in
good health until the night before
his death at which time the disease
was discovered. All was done for the
little suffered that lay in the power
of the parents, and physician, and
friends. but God knew best and took
the little soul to Heaven where there
is no pain, sorrow. nor trouble.
The parents have the sympathy of
the entire community in this great.
trouble that has come to them.
N ws rrom Excelsior.
Excelsior, December 10.-Excelsior
Sunday school will meet Sunday af
ternoon at the usual hour. We hope
to have a full attendance as the
school will be reorganized for an
Mrs. Mary Suber has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. B. Thomason.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Wilson, of
Newberry. spent Sunday with Prof.
J. S. Wheeler's fa.mIly.
Mrs. J. S. Wheeler and children
speAnt Wednesday with relatives in
Mr. Levi Schumpert and wife have
moved to her father's for another
Miss Janie Belle Werts and little
brother, Master Willie, of Saluda
eounty, have been visiting in this sec
-Sorry to learn of the serious ill
ness of Mr. S. J. Kinard.
Misses Lahlage Wheeler, Maggie
Stone and Oline Wheeler spent Sat
u,rday night with friends in Zion see
tion and attended services on Sun
Made from the long leaf pine. The
greatest remedy to present time. For
sale at Mayes' Drug Store.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Plea..
W. Baxter Iiinard, Grace Kinard,
Fannie 3. Sligh, Alva C. Kinard' and
Robert M. Kinard, PlaintifEs,II
Gussie Epting. Grace Kinard. the
yournger, Fred Kinard and Emmie
Complaint for Partition.
By order of the court herein, I will
sell a.t public action, to the highest
bidder, at Newberry Court House dur
ing the legal hours of sale, on Mon
day, 4th January, 1909, all that tract
f land lying in the county and State
foresaid. containing fifty (50) acres,
ore or less, lying on the west side
f The road leading from Newberry
o Pomaria, and bounded by lands of
. Baxter Kinard, Laura Koon, and
thers, the same being part of the
nd formerly belonging to John G.
'nard, -and by him conveyed to
Terms. One-third of the purchase
ney to be paid cash, the balance
n a credit of one and two years, the
't portion to be secured by bond
f purchaser. and a mortgage of,the
emises sold,. with interest thereon
omi day of sale, at the rate of 8 per
entunm per annum, with leave to pur
haser to anticipate payments, the
urehaser to pay for papers and re
ording of the mortgage.
H. H. Rikard.
ee. 10, 1908. Master.
~11 delin'uent taxes may be paid
mn to 21st Dece-r.her with the penalty
f ten per cent. After that execu
ens will be placed in the hands of
he sheriff for collect4ion.
J. J. Langford,
Eug. S. Werts,
Clerk and Treasurer.
All delinquent taxes may be paid
to 21st December with the penalty
ten per cent. After that execu
ns will be placed in the hands of
sheriff for collection.
J1. .J. Langford,
[t's the most astonish
aest merchandise, on!
wvalls and empty coun
What's left is thrown <
lul sacrifice at prices
wvail about what has h
oortunity and get a m
ffered in this sale, bt
& All st:
% All st:
*1 Big d
sa A. C.
9 - It's
Packed and Jam:
>re from Top to E
unter Mobbed With C
ing butchery of pric:es that ever dumfound
ion stands aghast at the Mimnaugh slaughte
y one object in view, sell the entire stock cle
ters. No price too low to sell it now, it's a ce
)ut on the bargain.tabFes for the last four da:
:o keep the buying at fever heat. So rather
appened, it would be batter to rejoice about
ove on yourself. We not only guarantee t
it we offered to refund money to any unsat
ng is reduced. COME: : : : :
s rice Outling on the Second
ins that outdo and overwhelm all competing efforts. We war
oney and w'ant it quick. Hundreds of Men's Fine Suits, Od
and Overcoats regardless of loss, no rnatter what it cost.
1 bolts all wool Kentucky Jeans, 33 1 -3c kind, sale price 22 1- 2c yd.
mndard 10 and 12 l-2c Outing, saIe price the yard 8 1-3c.
ne Riverside Plaid Homespun, worth 8c, sale price 5c yard.
mndard Percales, worth 10 and 12 1 -2c, sale price 7c yard.
uble fluffy Blankets, $1.25 kind, sale price 79c.
>uble 1 1-4 fluffy Blankets, $2.00 kind, sale price 98c.
oubie 11-4 fluffy Blankets, $2.50 kind, sale prece $1.89 p:r.
Wool 1 1-4 Dixie, Elkin, North Carolina Blankets, sale price $2.98.
scoggan Bleaching, full 36 in wide, sale price 8 1-3o yard.
A. Feather Bed Ticking, instead of 20c, sale price 12 1 -ac yd
No Let Up la the Barr aias.
i sale tht' an unparalleled success. Greatest Shoe crowd
ier bwarmed the store. Buying is at fever heat. Savings ar4
ise. It's the greatest price slashing Shoe sale this town ha
novWn, every kind and style and leather, nd best of all, there ar
of every size. It's dollars in your pocket to think and ac
y. Every i,air goes regardless of value.
ed the people of
r of the world's
ar to the naked
se of necessity.
is of this shame
than weep. and
the present op
F 3co ?