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DKl'GGiST GIVES MOSEY BACK.
? ? Dodson's Liver Tone (iets a Four
Square Guarantee From G.
Mayes Drusr Store.
When an articL- is sol'* a druggis.
who is willing to give it his p rsonal
guarantee, it's a mighty strong proof
of r^al merit.
s exactly tne case wun uou\
sons Liver Tone. It is a pleasantit
tasting, vegetable remedy for a' slow
and sluggish liver. Since Dodson's
Livar Tone came on the market the
sale of calomel has gone 'way down.
The reason is simply t-his: Dodson's
Liver Tcne is safe ^nd harmless and
guaranteed to be satisfactory?Calo
mei is oiten uncertain, sumcuuico
dangerous, and no druggist wants to
guarantee chat it won't knock you out
of~a day's work and maybe send you
T to bed.
H ? W. G. Mayes sells Dodson's Liver
W Tone and guarantees it. For you and
W for your children, it's a good thing to
keep a bottle always in the house.
[ W. G. Mayes will give you your
money back , if you think Dodson's
Liver Tone is not worth the price.
"Keep your liver working and your
liver will not keep you from working,"
is good advice to go by.
Z. F. Wright is hereby nominated
as a candidate for re-election as mayor
\ of Newberry and will abide the rules
of the democratic party.
LAXD FOB SALE.
Notice is hereby given that the heirs
at law of Sr E. Hawkins, deceased,
will sell at public outcry to the highest
bidder before the Gfturt House at
Newberry, S. C., on salesday in November
1913, (Nov. 3) for distribution
among the heirs, the following desk
cribed real estate:
W One tract of land situated in the
[ county of Newberry and State of South
1 Carolina, being a part of the old
V Cureton place, containing Sftv-five
f (55) acres, more or less, and bounded
B by land of G. F\ Stockman, S. J. Kann
Terms of sale: cash, purchaser to
piy for papers and recording same.
S. P. Hawkins,
Sallie 3. Hair,
Nancy Smgley, I
Eugene Hawkins, j
H Linnie Lepford,
WBf Heirs at law of S. E. Hawkins deF
EXECUTORS' SALE OF LAND.
Under authority vested in us by the
last will and testament of Mrs. U. A..
Amick, deceased, we will offer ?for sale
at public auction to the highest bidder,
| before the Court House door at New'
berry, S C., during the legal hours
I v. of sale, on Monday, salesday, the 3rd
j day of November, 1913, the following
I described tract of land, to wit:
' ati that tract, of land lying in New
' berry county, State of South Carolina,
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L | reasonable.
[ I Because we car
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Because any a
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condition, and yoi
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containing forty-six and 6-10 (46 6-10)
acres, more or less, bounded by lands
of Dr. J. J. Dominick, a public road J
| separating it from lands of Mrs. S. P.
I Tavlor and Arthur Quattlebaum,
Innris of the Dominick sirls, lands of i
C. S. Nichols, and others.
j Terms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to ;
pay for papers.
O. W. Amick,
T. D. Amick.
Executors of the last will and testa- j
j ment of Mrs. U. A. Amick, deceased.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COOTY OF NEWBERRY,
i Court of Common Pleas,
' Belton Stockman,
noArnra p "Rnniwflrp as executor of i
j ?wi ot ,
the last will and testament of G.;
Michael Werts, deceased; 0. W.
Long, Clements M. Werts, Frank j
Werts, C. J. Purcell and P. E. Scott,!
By virtue of an order of court in
the above entitled case, I will sell at
public outcry before the courthouse
at' Newberry, S. "C., k on Monday
I November 3rd, 1913, the same being
I salesday, within the legal hours of
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sale, to tne nignest oiuuer, luc iu?- ;
I lowing property:
j All that tract or parcel of land lying
and being in the county and State
1 aforesaid, containing fifty-one and
sixteen one hundredths acres j
(51 16-100) acres more or less, bounded
b5T other lands of the estate of said
G. Michael Werts, lands of- C. W. j
Suber, Mrs. H. E. Werts and Sim i
| Floyd, the same being the identical'
j tract* of land conveyed to said G. j
! Michael Werts by the Newberry Land 1
I and Security company.
Also sixty-five (65^ acres of land, in
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- wctIU UUUiHJ auu uiaw, t/vu**v?w. ?
i lands of J. A. Burton, Mrs. D. B. j
i Wheeler and Little river, tne same
! being the identical tract of land con|
veyed to said G. Michael Werts by,
Bessie H. Williams by deed dated Dec. I
6, 1902, and recorded in Deed Book ;
Xo. 12 at page 22.
Also twenty-eight and two-thirds'
acres (28 2-3), more or less,
in said county and State, i
bounded by lands of G. W. 1
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SUDer, lanas OI J51H1 nuvu, me liu;i
one acre tract above described and the
public road to Newberry, tie same bej
ing the identical tract of land conveyed
to said G. Michael Werts by
Sallie E. Werts by deecl- dated April
23rd, 1899, and recorded in Deed Book
j No. 9, page 361. t !
i Terms of sale: One. third of the pur1
chase money to be paid in cash, the
balance in one and two years, with interest
from day of sale at the rate of
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eight per re-nt per annum, interest
payable annually, the credit portion to
be secured )>y bond cf the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises sold, I
with leave lo the purchaser to antici
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irantee satisfac- 1
y sale we make. 1
irticle bought of |
t any time, in good 1
] get what you paid I
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it Drug Store and be
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pate payments of the credit portion knocked down to him, which shall be
in whole or in part; the bond and i forfeited upon his failure to comply in
mortgage to contain a clause provid-iten days with the terms of sale, and
ing the collection of ten per cent at- property shall be resold at his risk,
torneys fee in case the mortgage is ' Purchaser to pay f^r papers and for
placed in the hands of an attorney for lctu'ul,'s
foreclosure; the purchaser to be re- . H. H. RIKARD,
quired to pay $100 to the Master i:n- Master, j
mediately upon the premises being 1 Xewberry, S. C., October 8, 1913
Two Hundred Twenty-Five Dollars in cash v/ill be f
given away at Anderson the third Tuesday 11 July,
1914 to the Farmers of Newberry, Anderson, Abbeville,
Greenwood, Oconee and Pickens Counties.
D TtltT DFCT DITQUFI HF NP\A/ fROP OATS.
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ist Best Bushel of Oats in cash $75.00
2nd Best Bushel of Oats in cash 50.00
3rd Best Bushel of Oats in cash 40.00
4th Best Bushel of Oats in cash 30.00
5th Best JSushel of Oats in cash 20.00
. 6th Best Bushel of Oats in cash 10.00
CONDITIONS GOVERNING CONTEST: I
ist. EVERY Contestant mu;t use AMDERSON PHOSPHATE
& OIL CO. FERTILIZERS.
2nd. EVERY Contestant must state variety of Oat, date of
r ^ -r ?i_:i:
sowing, prepaiation or son, amount ui reruiiz.ci uxu, auu
date of HARVEST.
3rd. EACH Contestant must deposit with me one bushel of
Oats as entrance fee to this contest on or before NOON THE
THIRD TUESDAV IN JULY, 1914.
We will pay freight charges on any bushel of Oats sent in.
Judges?Hon E, J. Watson, Commissioner.
W W. Long, State Demonstration Agent.
For further information, write % FURMAN SMITH,
Anderson, S. C.-'
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j For Fancy China,
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also Hain and decorated
Cut Glass, Sterling
Lamps and Ornaments.
"Better Goods at Same Money."
Book & OTORE
? HOUSE- > oo? THINGS
State Agricultural and Mechanical
Columbia, S. C., October 27 to October
GREATLY REDUCED RATES VIA
Premier Carrier of the South.
Tickets will be sold Oct. 25 to 30, and for Trains
^ 1 1 1 -1 J-- -nrvrm nhoY1 |
fscneauiea to arrive lAuumuia uawc x*wu
31. I1 inal limit November 2nd, 1913.
In addition to regular trains, Special Trains will
be operated October 29th and 30th, on the following
Round Trip Rates.
Lv. Newberry 8.00 a m $2.05
" Prosperity 8.17 am 1.85
" Pomaria .. 8.37 am 1.75
" Peak 853am . 1.55 -r
" Alston 9.00 am 1.50
Ar. Columbia 10.10 am
Returning leave Columbia 6.00 p m. Rates include one admission
to Fair Grounds. v
Manv New Attractions. Excellent Exhibits.
Automobile Races Thursday, October 30.
FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY
IHENAME A L L A NHAS BEEN
SYNONYMOUS WITH EVERYTHING THAT IS
BEST IN THE JEWELRY TRADE, y
The same lofty ideals upon which this business was
established obtain today, namely:
"NO UNRELIABLE MERCHANDISE AT ANY PKlLt.
"TRUSTWORTHY GOODS AT LOWEST FIGURES."
DIAMONDS - '
Oil-/ V Dl\ TTI
Repair Departments in charge of most skilled mechanics.
Every job guaranteed.
James Allan & Co.
. Write for free catalogue Charleston, S. C.
Teach Your Dollars to Have More Cents
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No More No More
No Less No Less
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No More No Less
No extra charges for extra sizes,
double breasteds or Norfolks made
to youi individual measure in our
1109 Caldwell St. H. E. Digby, Mgr.
Opposite Newberry Hotel