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There will be a box party at or near:
Clayton Memorial church Friday evening
at S.30 o'clock, given for the bene-:
fit of the Y. P. C. U. of Clayton Me-i
inorial church. The public is invited, i
NOTICE OF SALE.
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE WESTERN
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROT
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* In the Matter of Miss Nannie J. Simpson,
IBy virtue of an order of sale made
in the above stated matter, the under^
* signed as Trustee in Bankruptcy of j
Miss Nannie J. Simpson, will sell at |
tlie Court House door in the Town of
Newberry, County of Newberry, State
of Soath Carolina, on salesday in November,
1912, the same being the 4th
day of November, during the legal
hours for sales, the following real
estate, to wit:
Thirty-nine lots, consisting of about
four acres, the same being situate in j
the Town of Prosperity, Newberry |
^ County, and fronting on Washington j
street, and bounded on the south and I
east by lands of S. W. Duncan and lot j
formerly owned by Miss Nannie J.'
Simpson, on the north by lands of Dr. j
R. L. Luther and others.
Also, all the undivided one-half interest
of Miss Nannie J. Simpson in
all and singular that certain tract or j
plantation of land, lying and being in
Newberry County, South Carolina, con>
f taining 262 acres, more or less, about
four miles west of Prosperity on the
Ridge Road, and bounded on the north
A by the estate of $. J. Kinard and J. P.
S ^Kinard. on south and west by lands of
Kirs. Alice Long, A. M. Crosson, W. M. j
|^3obb, east by lands of J. P. Kinard :
and others, and west by lands of E. L.,
Strauss, D. 0. Wilson, L. A. Babb, Mrs. j
Henry Beard and J. D. H. Kinard.
Terms of sale: Cash, purchaser to j
pay for papers.
J. E. Crymes,
* * October 3, 1912. Trustee. !
>0TICE PRIMARY ELECTION. I
In accordance with the rules and
constitution of the Democratic party,
a second primary election is hereby!
ordered to be held on Tuesday, Octob-j
er 15, 1912, for the following county;
^ One member 01 me nouse ui reyic- ]
County superintendent of education, j
Magistrates for townships Xos. 10 i
Two county commissioners.
Also attorney general for the Stata j
' of South Carolina.
The polls will open at 8 o'clock and
v close at 4 o'clock. The same manag-j
ers who held the election on August 27
are hereby appointed to hold the elec- j
tion on September etaosihrdlueaoishr j
tion on October 15,( under the rame j
rules and regulations. The boxes for j
county offices and the tickets will be i
T-oo/iir fnv Histrihntion on Saturday. I
October 12. The managers will call
\ * at the office of the secretary, Mr. F.
R. Hunter, for the same,
t Fred. H. Dominick,
B County Chairman.
Frank R. Hunter,
Hat Question of Quality
r In The MONUMENT
should be settled absolutely
to your satisfaction before
the order is placed because
the memorial is to
be a lasting, beautiful one.
Placing the order with us
assures you of this question
being settled perfectly
?our marble and granite
and our designs and lettering
leave nothing to be desired.
OUR PRICES ARE MODERATE
; P. F. BAXTER & SON
' Newberry, S. C.
Br?IT' TTtMir-'i fi>r vr.V - , v ,r > . ni
I Each Value
At no time have we tri
I sale as now. We make
I goods and prices at othei
! than you have been offer*
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IDZ id. wool uress uuous.
Say have you seen the new oak Serge
Black and Navy Blue, full 52 in. wide,
special this week 9Sc. and $1.25
Ladies Stylish Coats.
Made in mixtures and other good
Coat fabrics. Some bound with braid
and satin lined to yoKe. .mi sizes iur
>vomen and misses, specially priced
for quick selling $5.00, $8.00, $10.00,
$lo.00 and up to $2?>.00.
New Ssparate Skirts.
300 new Separate Skirts go on sale
this week. You never in all your life
saw such a pile of beautiful Skirts,
materials Chiffon, Panama and Serge.
Ail sizes from 22 to 36 waist. We can
fit ary size.
I Wnm Cnrnifnf m fa Cny Wn_
1*1 jwcaici Vvuaio i ui ?* v~
men, Misses and Children.
Big valuee in Sweater Coats priced
low. Just tlie thing for cool mornings.
Pure wool Sweater Coats in red. white,
Iblar-k and ovfor 1 gray, 98c., $1.49, $1.98,
$2.49 and up. ;%
1 H/ITH A 1
Rises 11 turn}
ed so hard to put forth such
this request, that after you I
r stores, come here, and if w
wp'II fake nff mir haf to fl
WU IV <kS 11 ?M11V v? w. ..
il competition. :
Startling Sale of
0 Tailored Stylish Suiti
'ices about half the true
t of Tailored Coats ar\
n is seiaom seen rn an
iwaysi shaped hacks, ^
y late style represented
, Whip Cord, Mannish
mgs. Today our readyds
alone in the local fie
of the largest and mos\
)1ina. Every garment w
Special Suit Sale this w
50, $15, $18.50, $20,
$30, and j
be pleased with our Millinery. H
fiolfl fViic? "fnT tnP "i.lTYlft.
CCliO OHIO Wiv XVJ. wiiv .....?
stepped into a hat factory when
Visit this department and see wh;
OUR SHOE DE
Our big Shoe Department is comple
Shoe and you will buy the best footw
:an continent. We guarantee every ]
Xou save 50 cents on every pair you 1:
$1.98, $2.49, $2
"The Store That's
effnrte tn crivp thp npnnl
viivi 11; iv y?v iuv ji w|/i
iave looked over town and
e don't sell you your fall
ie man that sells you. W
5 to select from, all
ir value. An assortid
Suits the like of
y store awaits you.
straight fronts, and
in the finest mate
Serges and Novelty
Id, and is known as
t complete in upper
e guarantee a perfect
22.50, $25, $27.50,
ry Exhibit We?
Second Floor wi
Vins the blue ribbon for *-ear
le and low price. Our Mil- than
iry Department is in charge *entda
;he most tasty and capable der3<
igner. When you see the out*
s that we are showing and 8
t were designed and made 10
her direction you too will 5
undreds of new Hats go on so
- - - - 10c.
You will think you haye
you hit the second floor. $1J
at is what. Sc
:te. Buy a Selby or Irving Drew
ear for the money on the Ameripair
that goes out of our store.
>uy this week
.98, $3.50 and
m vv? mm, v A
le a genuine bargain |
! inspected closely the I
bill at a lower price |
e throw our challenge
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Ve Get 'Em skinned a
Me W th Oar Famous
iv Mimnaugli can show you more
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Hosiery, Shces, Hats and
ling, Men's Odd Pants and Trunks
any store in this whole section
when it comes to prices I don't
ny merchant, north or south, un- . 1 m
?11 me. ""hats why the side show H
s of Newberry Move Out, "Bust
and Sell Out
in. Sea Island, worth elsewhere
c., with 10 yard limit, at
bales Riverside Checked Home,
worth 8 J-2c., sale price . .7 l-2c.
bales 36.in. heavy White Home
i, worth 8 l-2c., sale price <c. e n
pieces good heavy Outing, worth &
and 12 1 -2c., sale price 8 l-2c.
>.00 Men's Suits $10.00. I
ooped in from a Baltimore conwho
needed the cas*?. You will
k'the' "Jew" gave me these Suits
n you see 'em.
st 100 in the 'ot all new models,
ce , $10.00 I: