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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, so
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. t
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. E
Jas. F. Epting, Sr., individually and s
as administrator of the personal w
estate of Lula B. Epting, deceased,~ of
Lewie L. Lane, William L. Lane, Ver- 0t
ner Lane, Drayton L. Lane, Jas F. se
Epting, Jr., Harry D. Epting and F.
M. Schumpert, as public guardian ofme
Guy H. Boddie, a minor, defend-I
By virtue of an order of the courtb
herein, I will sell before the court t
house at Newberry, S. C., within the
legal hours of sale, to the highest bid
ler on salesday in December next, thegP
same being the 5th day of said month, t
all that lot, piece or parcel of land
(being the home place of Lula B. Ept- l
ing, deceased) lying and being situate
ini the Town of Newberry, county and s
State aforesaid, containing three acres, b
more or less, bounded on the north by tv
Boundary street, on the east by Dray
ton street, on the south by lot of J. F.
Epting, on the west by lot of J. Q
Whitman, - Schumpert, Mrs. T. E.
Epting and - Timmerman.
Also all that tract or piece or par
cel of land lying and being situate in
the County of Newberry, State of
South Carolina, containing one hun
dred and thirty acres (130), more or
less, bounded on the east by road'
which is the continuation of Drayton tl
street in the Town of Newberry, on di
the north by the lands of W. A. Cline, Je
deceased, on the west by J. H. Chap- bi
pell, on the south by the lands of Jno- th
A. Senn and others, the same being de
the tract of land conveyed to Lula B. Is
Epting by W. W. Hodges, judge of pro- th
bate, by deed dated February 7, 1896, vi
and recorded in Book No. 8, page 189- la
Also all that lot, piece or parcel of th
land, lying and being situate in the of
Town of Newberry, State of South C:
Carolina. containing 3 32-100 acres, tv
more or lesS, bounded onl the west by o:
Drayton street, on the north by lands fc
ofthe Farmecr's Oil Mill. on the east|R
HAVE ON DISPL
st and Pret
ught to N
go out of the Fanq
ght these goods, an
ed at very close p
is in beautiful
d Brush Trays,
izes we are Giving A
na to the amount o
Some Nice Christmas Pi
for a Few Things in the
uth by land of Brooks Mayes. The
ree acre lot, the home of Lula B.!
ting, first above described, will be
d in sub-divided lots, plats of
i~c will be on file in the master's
ce on and before the day of sale.
Terms of sale: One-third of the
irchase price in cash, the balance in
ie and two years, in equal annual in
alments. The credit portion to be
cured by bond of the purchaser and
rtgage of the premises sold with
ave of the purchaser to anticipate
payment of the credit portion in
oe or part. The credit portion to
ar interest from the day of sale at
e rate of seven per cent. per annum,
id annually. Said bond and mort
~A to contain a stipulation of ten
r cent. for attorney's fee in case,
saaie is collected by suit or put
to the hands of an attorney for col
ction. The home and the home lot
which Mrs. Lula B. Epting died,
ized and possessed must be insured
rthe purchaser for not less than
ro-thirds of its value and the insur
ice policy assigned to the master as
H. H. Rikard.
Master Newberry County.
Master's Office, Nov. 10, 1910.
OTICE OF SALE OF THE HOME
PLACE OF THE LATE JAMES
Fr the purpose of division and set
ment among ourselves, we, the n
~rsigned, heirs at law of the latb
mes H. Dennis, will sell at New
rry court house at public outcry to
.e highest bidder therefor, on sal es
ty in December next (December 5,
0) during the legal hours of sale
.e following described tract of land,
z: All thatatract or plantation of*
nd situate in No. 8 township near
.e Town of Newberry, in the County
Newberry, in the State of South~
rolina, containing one hundredi
~enty-nine and one-sixth acres, more
less, and bounded by lands of or
rmerly of, Chas. T. Paysinger, -
oof, Pinkney Sum'mer, G. M. B. Ept
rices. You will
way with every
f $1 and over
-esents at Low Cost
eased, the same being the lands con
eyed to James H. Dennis by Mary E.
R.. Hollingsworth. et al by deed re
corded in the clerk's office at New
erry, S. C., in.Deed Book No. 13, at
Terms of sale: One-third of the
purchase money in cash, the balance
n a credit of one year with interest
rom day of sale at the rate of eight
per cent per annum, payable annually
Lntil paid in full, to be secured by
the note or bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises sold, said
:nortgage to contain a stipulation to
pay ten per cent as attorney's fees in
case the mortgage debt is collected
by an attorney, or by suit. Purchaser
to py for all papers and recording.
May E. R. Holingworthi
Jane E. Whitman.
Luther H. Dennis.
J. Thompson Dennis.
Lella A. Dennis.
E. Idailia Dennis.
Florence A. Paysinger.
Mower & Bynum, Attorneys.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
las. F. Epting, Sr., individually and as
administrator of the personal estate
of Lula B. Epting, deceased, Plain
Lewie L. Lane, William L. Lane, Ver
ner Lane, Drayton L. Lane, Jas. F.
Epting, Jr., Harry D. Epting and
F. M. Senumpert, as public guardian
of Guy H. Boddie, a minor, defend
All persons holding claims against
Lula B. Epting, deceased, are required
by an order of the Court of Common
Pleas herein to present the same duly
attested, to me, at my office at New
berry Court House, S. C., on or before
the 15th day of December, 1910, and
creditors are enjoined from presenting
their demands in any other proceed
H. H. Rikard,
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with Napkins to mat
Prices $10, $12
Linen Damasks in ti
center with border, e
exquisite designs 7
Napkins to match e
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will keep cheerful f<
of the "Lady of the]
Good substantial I
50c. to $1.00 the pJ
.place for initial, $3.5
Our line of choice
cheering blankets c
Prices from $3.50 to
light and warm, $6.0'
Abeautiful line of
and black, and as W<
as a Christmas gift
and durable, from 54
Any of These Would
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My One Glad
olloped and bordered,
ch---"just too lovely".
and $18 the Set.
ie piece, plain, plain
tnd others with most
'5c. to $2 the yard.
ach at $2 to $4 doz.
istmas present which
)r months the hearts
uck Towels, all linen,
~ir, and the best we
idered Towels, with
0 the pair.
all wool, warm and
an not be surpassed.
beautiful for coloring,
) to $8.00 each.
Hand Bags in brown'.
rthy of consideration
as any thing--useful
)c. to $4.50.
Be Constant Reminders.