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1 A L
A A aV 1 /I !/>
as a.N spctmi njuuL
' i demonstration week
same) we will gi
some set of ware as ill
Every piece of this
its kind. Not a piece
in every kitchen. It
bought for less than 3
exhibition at 01
FAIL TO SEE IT.
All during this wee
strator direct from the
TORY will be glad t<
- ? -m w A TT^nrr\Tr>i ^ t _
tne MAJ&51 i<u is me
at any price.
COME, IF Y
is heated?WHY the J
You know that old i
once in a while?you
You make no mistal
right and of the right 1
parts being malleable c
every day in the year
lifetime and costs prac
Don't buy the range
see the GREAT MAJI
ranges are weakest.
&/UU I V/VV1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT .OF COMMON PLEAS.
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JOnn SLQCK-IiJctli. a.LIU DCIIUII otAA^auiau, i
H. T. Reniviek, J. S. Remvick, J. A.
Burton, and E. A. Griffin and B. F.
Griffin, as partners doing business
^ +>>q. -fi-rm n^mo pmrt stvle of E.
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A. Griffin & Company, Defendants.
By virtue of an order of court herein.
I will sell to the behest bidder before
the courthouse at Newberry, S. C,
him? hi iiiwimffiir"" lurm
fl 1 f
ement during our ,jiff
only, with every (|(/[M
sold (prices always |nj||
ve free one hand- Wm
. CAN FUR
ware is the best of
that is not needed *
cannot possibly be
>8.00 This ware is
ir store. DON'T W
;k a special demon5
show you "ALL
-SHOW YOU why M
best range on earth
OU INTEND T(
MAJESTIC uses so little fu
a chance to KNOW THIN
VLL IT BE? ??y<
stove eats up a lot of fuel ei
know it costs considerable
:e in buying the GREAT M
i? * ? J A?:_1 HI A T T F A
Kina oi material?ivinbLt/n
:an't break?has a moveable
(browns bread just right all
tically nothing for repairs.
you, expect to last a lifetim
LSTIC?have its many excl
ok the Date. Th
within the legal hours of Bale, on
! Monday, December 2, 1912, the same
I being salesday, the following described
tract of land, to-wit:
All that tract, piece, parcel or plantation
of land lying and being situate
in Newberry county, State of South
: Carolina, containing six hundred and
j eighty-nine and three-fourtbs (t>$y 3-4J
I acres, more or less, bounded by lands
i of Emma E. Carlisle, lands of Mrs.
j Rosa A. Carlisle, lands of Hillary L.
: Felker and ether lands. This tract will
: be sold in subdivided tracts, plats of
r u i
: &/SNGE WITH f\ PCPI
>& IN fVJU SMZ&S AND
) BUY OR NOT
el?KNOW how a range
- ? 1
GS shown by one wno Kno
m intend to continue labor
out cook stove?
ich year. You know you 1
for yearly repairs. Stop an
Tir MAI I FAR
' x IV
[AJESTIC?it's the range \
3LE AND CHARCOAL II
) reservoir and an oven that
over without turning), hea
e "unsigHt unseenyou'll
usive features explained?fi
lis is a Special Iir
which will be exhibited by the Master
on day of sale. |
Also all that tract, piece, parcel or
plantation of land lying and being
situate in the county and State afore- 1
said, containing two hundred (200) 1
acres, more or less, being a part of
the place known as the Mayes place,
and bounded fcy a public road separating
it from lands of P. G. Glenn, by!
: lands of H. T. Renwick, Emma E. Car|
lisle, Hillary L. Felker and other lands.
Said two tracts of land befng all of
; the land conveyed to us by M. A. Reni
shown in center, has snu
of main vessel (shown or
right can be used as an c
RIGHT HAND ?
^ FLUi5H RE5ERV0IR |l
(:- .fe Heavy Stamped Iron
A 88:.:.: lzed Kettle, complete v,
1 an^ ^an(^^e ??lds <
H vh 'M I tt.?. I ..I. ?-. *? a Tptrrfi
I V ^tS HHP I JLXlJDi ivi.itfCiOi tv
a."..i ' B Ized Enameled Puddi
> l "r/i"v?i i^i I Made specially fine
T/RTION I Majestic Set.
5TVLES. ^ 1
^EDUCATION lies in
rv-f a rannrn 1 o fiootaH T?
bbbbbVI U lUllgV/ JLd XXVsltVWV* I.S.
is made inside and outsit
*? ? ??' ?"~ MIiiaIXIA -fn ol
ing, UUnilllg vaiuauic iuvi
lave trouble in getting it to
id think, and figure. Woul<
LE AND CHAR
.rStU TUP D FPTTT ATTON
T (111 1 11 LLJ JL% JU/JL V/ X i A A. JL w A i
RON?riveted together pra<
don't warp?that's why th<
ts 15 gallons of water whil
euro tr? hp Hisfinnointed
L/Vs 0UJ. V LV WW ^
nd out why the MAJESTK
citation to You af
"wick by deed dated October 2, 1912,
and recorded in Book No. 10, at page
440, except the tracts heretofore conrpvpH
hv us to J. A. Burton, by deeds
I * I
dated October 27, 1909, and December j
I 12, 1910.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, the
I balance in equal installments of one
I and two year, with interest on the
credit portion from the day of sale at
j the rate of S per cent, per annum, mj
terest to be paid annually, the credit
portion to be secured by bond of the
: purchaser and mortgage of the premA
>ii a i
.uv a ru
ia??a aMMaBBawMiawMMEg. t ?
lTRN COOKER, STEAMER, CULLENDER AND
ill feet which admits water at the bottom. Nothii
i left), at the same time draining off all the water,
ordinary Cullender. It also fits on top of main vea
Extra THE MAJESTIC 18-oz. Ail
Marble- Copper Nickel-plated Tea
rirh cover Kettle. Handsomely nickeled on
on co^er. outs'de, tinned on inside.
Ill ' il
'I'M If. MAJPISTlf! Patent
nj: Pan. Never-burn Wired Dripping
for the Pan.?Size of pan 14H in. x 20 in.
Made specially for the Majestic Set.
i wii immmmmaBnatBmmmmmmmmmtmmmmam inn??a?i
NOW how the water is h
le. This education may se
and destroying high pric
bake just right, in fact, spoi
in't it pay you to buy a got
COAL IRON R
-ask your neighbors. Th
:tically air tight?lined witt
e MAJESTIC uses so little
e breakfast is cooking?pro
L Come to our store durin
"! ie ?l strnnwr than otl
^ VWV jo O?
id Your Friends;
ises, which said bond and mortgage
shall provide for ten per cent attorneys
fees in case of collection by suit
or by an attorney; with leave to the
purchaser to anticipate the credit portion
in whole or in part. Purchaser
' ?. /\y> n f ? rt rr COTTIO
10 psy IUI" yiipci o emu Duuiv,
H. H. Rikard.
November 7,1912. Master.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that I will
make final settlement of the' estate of
T. Augustus Bouknight, deceased, in j
the Probate Court of Newberry County,
1 9 I
r ^?~^ii .
DRAINER?The Perforated Cooker,
ig can burn. Pood can be lifted (XL*
The Steamer or Cullender shown on
sel. and ia used as a steamer. j
THE MAJESTIC li-oz. All
Copper Nickel-plated Coffee
Pot. Handsomely nickeled on
outside and tinned on inside. *
TWO MAJESTIC Patent
Never-Burn Wired Dripping
Pans. Size pan 9 in. x 12 in.
Made specially ior the Majestic Set.
NOW how the oven
seated?HOW the top
>rve you in the future.
:ed food with that old
I n UnfoU K?*ao/1 ovorv
i a uaicii. yjx uivuu x/ t vx j
>d range?a range with
en, too, its made just
i pure asbestos board?
? fuel, bakes just right
perly handled lasts a
g demonstration week
ier ranges where most
Stat? of Soatli Carolina, at 11 o'clock
ill tiit; iuicuwu, uu mvuivu?jr, i/wauirac
2, 1912, and immediately thereafter apply
for letters dismissory as administrator
of said estate.
D. E. Cannon,
October 30, 1912. Administrator.
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
Have you overworked your nervous system
and caused trouble with your kidneys
and bladder? Have you pains in
?oins. side, back and bladder? Have you
a flabby appearance of the face, and under
the eyes? A frequent desire to pas3
Tf en Williams' Kidnev Pills will
e ?P/uroist, Frice 50c.
, iLLIARlS .MFG. CO., Proys.. Cleveland.Ohio