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NO POISON IN GIIII/S STOMACH.
Chemist Urge** Further Examination
' to Clear Up JVlurebmnn. Mystery.
Ashburn, Qa; ;,^????7.v-The fact
that a chemical examination of the
conti'iitfi of th? slom?ch of Miss Man
nie Marchman, tho young girl who
died so strangely? at her home n?ar
here, has so far failed to r?voal any
poison, ant) tho report that Tan Cleg
horn, the young girl's fiancee, who
disappeared after her death, 1B still
in this neighborhood are the two de
velopments to-day in the mysterious
case which has caused much excite
ment in this section of Turner
Dr. W. J. Dixon, family physician
for the Marchmans, who became sus
picious as to tho causo of Miss
Marchman's death and sont her' sto
mach for examination to Dr. John
Funk, of Atlanta, to-day received the
following note from the latter:
"Up until the present time 1 havo
found nothing In the stomach con
tents to account for the death of the
girl, Miss Marchman. Since tho
stomach contains practically nothing
except mucous, it is very probable
that if tho death was duo to a poi
son, that substnnco was all absorbed.
In ordo, to clear up the mystery, I
would hko to do a more extended
autopsy or examination of the body,
and procuro such organs In which
tho poison is likely to bo found. I
would bo glad to come down to do
the post-mortem examination and
bring back with me such organs as
found necessary to clear up the mys
tery. Yours truly,
That the complete examination of
tho organs suggested by Dr. Funk
will bo carried out, seems to be a
certainty. W. J. Cochran, brother
in-law of the dead girl, has already
expressed bb determination to take
all steps necessary to ascertain tho
truth of the mystery. In all proba
bility Dr. Funk will be asked to
come hero and conduct an examina
tion, which will determine the na
ture of tho drug, if any, that caused
the death of the young woman, whom
Cleghorn had promised to make his
Cleghorn Surrenders, Involves Others
Ashburn, Ga., Nov. 18.-With the
surrender of young Tan Cleghorn
yesterday afternoon, the Marchman
case took a now turn and a brother
in-law of tho supposedly poisoned
girl admitted that they are now
working on tho theory that others
were responsible for her death.
Cleghorn, who ls a well-known
young planter, of neat appearance
and attire and attractive pehsonallty,
denies nil knowledge of the affair,
and though he has talked very little,
ls emphatic that he cay prove his In
nocence, and hints at a plot against
him by certain persons whom he does
not name. Ho is not under arrest,
as there Is un Warrant for h'm.
\v. J. Cochran, n ot hor-ie I iv of
Minnie M&tichirnau, stated that lie ox?
peeled tb develop something within'
th?? n??,\t few days, possibly io Hbb?v
thai dber persont! .vere closely cou-:
hooted with the traged,y. ._._j
Mother Knew of Drug.
It has been talked freely in tho
community that the girl took some
thing to relieve her condition, and
that Mrs. Marchman knew this. It
has also been rumored that Cleghorn
furnshled it, whatever lt was, but
there ls no substantiation of this.
It. has been found, howover, that
Mrs. Marchman threw a bottle of
some kind into tho fire tho day of tho
girl's death, which she admits, but
says it was only an old "pill" bottle.
No other trace of the presence of a
drug has been found.
Tho case continuos to deepen In
mystery and many rumors are flying j
around, none of which promise to
lead to anything tangible. When the ;
body is exhumed It Is hoped that
something definite may be estab
('leghorn's Surrender a Surprise.
Cleghorn talked freely among his
friends Monday, when he came to
Ashburn after giving himself up in
A m boy, HIS arrival here created a
sensation, and, as he walked down
tho street with his nephew, there
were scores of friends to shake his
band, glad that ho had come back.
"I know absolutely nothing of thc
case, and I am Innocent of all wrong
doing," ho declared.
"I would not havo harmed a single
hair of Miss Marchman's head. She
was not engaged to mo. We were
good friends, saw each other fre
quently, but that was all. As for
the trip to Ashburn and poisoned
fruit or candy-that ls all rot. I
never bought her any of either and
saw her oat none.
"As for running away, 1 went
away some time before she was lil
or died. 1 visited in Conyers and
Hu ford. There have been a lot of
lies told on me, but 1 cnn straighten
them all out, and lt Is because I can
that I have returned."
The boy's appetite Is often tho
source of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite take Chamber
lain's Tablets. They not. only create
a healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and enable lt to do Its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers, ad.
Five Killed in Seaboard Collision.
Richmond, Nov. 10.-Five aro
known to be dead and many injured
ns the result of a head-on collision
early to-day near Granite, N. C., be
tween tho north and south-Round
Florida and Cuba fast trains on tho
Seaboard Air Line.
All victims wero members of the
train crews and express messengers.
Although the causo ls undetermined,
Information indicates that Engineer
Beckham, of tho south-hound, con
fuscd orders for meeting the north
Is your husband cross? An irri
table, faultrflndlng disposition ls of
ton duo to a disordered stomach. A
man with good digestion la nearly
always good natured. A groat many
have been permanently curod of Bto
mach trouble by taking Chamber
lain's Tablets. For sale by all deal
MATTERS OF NEWS AT SENECA.
Social Calendar Full-Some Business
Seneca, Nov. 191-Special: The
work of the Seneca Light and Power
Company, on Coneross, ls attracting
the public eye now and is a popular
resort for autoists and other riders.
Some iudeed are brave enough to
walk lt, and several parties have re
cently made the trip "afoot." ,
Last week was a full ono socially,
there being several attractive enter
tainments besides the regular meet
ings of tho clubs.
Tho Once-a-Weok Club met with
Mjss Margaret Morrison, and the
meeting proved a very interesting
one. At the close of tho business
mooting a salad course was served,
with coffee, by tho hostess.
The Gossipers hold two meetings
tho past week. Mrs. J. E. Sltton en
tertained thom delightfully on Tues
day afternoon In honor of the bride
elect, Miss Leila Sltton, and on Wed
nesday afternoon Mrs. T. L. Strlb
llng entertained tho Gossipers in
honor of her sister, Miss Rosa Nlck
The Music Club, composed of stu
dents of Mrs. S. K. Dondy's class,
held a pleasant meeting with MIBS
On Friday evening Mrs. C. H. Elli
son entertained the young mombers
ot the high school factulty at an ele
gant dinner. A few members of tho
sterner sex were also Invited, and
uftor dinner tho evening was spout
Mesdames T. S. and T. E. Strlb
ling and Mrs. L. W. Verner will
spend tho week in Atlanta shopping
and visiting friends.
Mr.- and Mrs. Whit Livingston and
Whit, Jr., aro at home to their
friends hore, which fact has evoked
many congratulations from their
friends upon tho arrival of tho young
J. W. Strlbllng spent Sunday night
with his homefolks on his return
from Macon, wh?re Clemson defeated
Mercer In a game of foot ball on Sat
i Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Holloway and
daughter Mary are visiting relatives
at Chappells this week. . '
Mr. and' Mrs. W. O. Hamilton vis
ltod in Greenville last Saturday, mak
ing the trip In their car.
Miss Luelle Hamilto.n left last
Sunday for Ebenezer, where she has
accepted a position In the school.
Mrs. F. M. Cary visited In Green
ville the past week.
Mrs. Wilkes, who has been with
hor daughter, Mrs. S. K. Dendy,-for
some months, left Monday for Nbr
cross. She will go from there to
Chattanooga to spend the winter.
Dr. S. C. Byrd, president of Chi
cora College, occupied the pulpit of
the Presbyterian chiirch last Sun
day, preaching two excellent ser
Beginning next Sunday trains Nos.
41 and 4 2 will run every day in tho
week, including Sundays.
Mr. md Mrs, Bon Harper haye re
turned td Seneca'aud mo ut heine to
their friends on Oak street.
A. hut-ibei ot' h vf al noss ohauges wllj
do madoVher? at the beginning of Hie I B
new year, A mom. Lb ? m Will bo ?ho'F
ii rm-oom poseo of M. A. VVOOd and
G. W. Shirley, Mr. Wood having
bought tho interest of S. J. Craig in
the Craig & Shirley furniture busi
From Bounty I.mid.
Bounty Land, Nov. 18.-Special:
Beautiful weather for cotton pick
(If we only had cotton to pick);
And for gathering corn, but alas!
For the corn that grew up so quick!
The cold, crisp mornings frosh spare
But few are the fat hogs tn kill,
For where cribs are kept clean, clean,
too, are the pens
For lack of wherewith to make ?"
But fair, sunny weather is not all T
wo can claim, tl
And this fact we surely shall find: v>
For tho' the pens lack pigs, and tho
mills corn lack,
Most of us "have axes to grind."
Justin Woolbright and John Comp
ton, of Townvllle, and W. N. Bruce, j w
of Oakway, were guests a few days a
ago of B. E. Bagwell. j g
Willie Strlbllng, of Seneca, spent ! c
Saturday and Sunday with his sister, o
Mrs. Joe McDonald. T
Jay G. Gllllson, of Clemson, spent s
Saturday night with his mother, Mrs. a
J. M. Gllllson. o
Bounty Land school opens to-day,
Miss Adelaide Bulgin, the teacher, of
Franklin, N. C., having arrived here
Tho friends of W. P. Hall will he
glad to learn of his convalescence
from a protracted case of malarial
fever. He has been spending the
several weeks of his Illness with his
mother, Mrs. Martha Hall.
Russ Lawrence, of Pickens, ls vis
iting his cousins at the Davis home.
Mrs. W. J. McDonald ls spending
several days with her slstor, Mrs.
Henry McDonald, In Newberry.
Miss Boat rice Patterson, of Seneca,
and Lizzie McDonald and brother
Willie, of Courtenay, mude a recent
visit to their cousins, Misses Jessie
and Lillian McDonald.
Mr. and Mrs. ft, N. Rankin spent
a short time tho week-end with their |
son, C. K, Rankin, of Jordania.
Mrs. Henry McClollIon, of Fort ;
Valley, Ga., was a recent guest o?'
her sister, Mrs. John Sanders.
Porto Rico's Now Wonder.
From far-away Porto Rico como
reports of a wondorful new discovery
that ls believed will vastly benefit
the peoplo. Ramon T\ Marchan, of
Barceloneta, wrltos, "Dr. King's
Now Discovery Is doing splendid
work here. It cured me about flvo'l
times of terriblo coughs and colds,
also my brother of a severe cold In
his chest and more than 20 othors, ?I
who used lt on my advice. Wo hopo
this great medicine will yet bo sold ?I
In every drug store in Porto Rico." !
For throat and lung troubles it has
no canal. A trial will convince you j'i
of Its merits. 50c. and $1. Trial
holtlo freo. Guaranteed by all drug
WINGS OVER AT, WESTMINSTER
terns Picked Upi About . People Wh<
Como and Go.
Westminster, Nov. 19.--Special:
L very interesting event of last weeli
ras tho "little folks' party," given
y Mrs. J. H. Carter last Friday af
9ruoon from 3 to 5 o'clock in honoi
f little Miss Emily Marett, ol
eneca. After playing several gamesa
neb as "drop the handkerchief," "]
ay,'.' etc., the little folks were hi
lted Into the dining room, where
cfroshments, consisting of hot choc
late, nablscos, candles and fruits
'ore served. The reception roon?
rere beautifully decorated in chrya
ntbeinuuis and roses. The inonu
nd decorations-In fact tho whole
arty-was planned by the little
uest of honor, Miss Emily Marett.
Rev. Lowe, of Dlacksburg, preacb
d at tho Baptist church last Sunday
lorning and evening.
Mrs. G. W. Marett is visiting rela
ives In Atlanta this week.
Mrs. Charles Blakeley is visiting
or brother, Leland Marett, In Se?
en, this week.
Mrs. S. P. Smith is in LaGrange,
a., this week visiting her daughter,
'ho is in college there.
Talley Cromer, of Athens, Ga., was
inoiig the business visitors In town
Mr. George and daughter, Mrs.
ustin, and also bis son, Furrel]
eorge, of Atlanta, visited Mr. and
Irs. G. W. Marett last Wednesday
nd Thursday. They came through
ie country in their touring car and
Irs. Marett returned to Atlanta with
Mrs. E. A. Norris and her daugh
jr, Miss Virginia, were in Atlanta
sveral days last week shopping.
Mr. mid Mrs. W. E. Cheswell and
ttle daughter Mary visited in Atlan
Mrs. Vaughn, of Cartersvllle, Ga.,
i the guest of her daughter, Mrs. S.
The many friends of Mrs. M. A.
erroll will be sorry to hear that she
as been quite sick for the past week,
P. W. Matheson and little son Wil
am spent last week In Atlanta.
Dr. C. Muller, of Walhalla, has
stunted to Carter's Pharmacy after
lending quite a while with bis home
Mrs. K. W. Marett spent last week
i Atlanta shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Carter, of
Valhalla, visited among . relatives
ere last week.
Guy Simpson is working for tho
Westminster Oil and Fertilizer Coin
Miss Janie Alexander returned
onie Saturday after an extended
lslt to relatives In Georgia.
"There could be no better modl
Ino than Chamberlain's Cough Rem
dy. My children were all sick with
hooping cough. Ono of them was
i bed, had a high fever and was
lughim; ?ip blood, Our doctor gave
icm Chamberlain's Cough Reined y j
nd the first dose eased thom, ?nd
.i c houles cured thom." says 'N raj
.. A. Donaldson/of i,exlng:.?n. MJasjj
Or mile by ni li?ftlqrs. adv.
..._ y . -^.w^
Westminster, Nov. 18.-Editoi
leoweo Courier: Please publish th?
Fourth Sunday, November 24.
At South Union-W. N. Bruce and
I. M. Hester, speakers.
At Pleasant Grove-W. M. Lcm
ions and A. B. Stewart, speakers.
At First Westminster-J. W. She
ir, J. N. Whitaker and Joe Farmer
First Sunday, Deeemlier 1st.
At Cross Roads No. 1-W. M
ominous and A. Gaines, speakers.
At Jordania-W. M. Brown and
'. M. Cary, spoakers.
The speaking at the above place?
ill commence at 10.30 a. m. We
ope for good crowds, and eacli
peaker will be on band promptly
'ho program will be arranged foi
lie remainder of December, and
'ill be mado public later.
J. W. Shelor, Chairman Pro Tem,
W. M. Lemmons, Secretary.
A Great Building Falls
'hen its foundation is undermined
nd if tho foundation of health
ood dlgostlon-ls attacked, qulch
ollapso follows. On the first signs
f indigestion Dr. King's Now Life
'ills should bo taken to tono the
tomnch and regulato liver, kidneys
nd bowels. Pleasant, easy, safo and
nly 25c. at all druggists. adv.
We are get
Goods now tha
and 4-94. It is
10-4, but we on
10-4, and sell it
will make a han
non Y OF FARMER IN ASHES*
< rjnui Suspodted-Four Mk*n Held
on Suspicion. .
Jone....uno, Ga., Nov. 17.-The
di. ried, trunk of a man, identified
later ate 'olin King, a farmer of Clay
ton cou n'y, was found shortly before
dawn Sunday morning, lying in tho
ashes of a burned outhouse on the
groo udp of Hebron Primitive Bap
tist church, at Orr's Crossing, half a
nillo south of here. The man ls be
lieved to have boen murdered In a
row over a card game, and his body
burned to conceal tho crime. It was
Said fha* on Saturday night he had
gone to fonesboro and borrowed
money from a friend, telling him
that he intended to get In a poker
game that night.
PoiVr nen wore arrested, and are
being h< ld on suspicion. They are
Will Edwards, aged 25, and Will
Leo, aged 22, employees at a nearby
cn: tuii ?in; B. E. Lee, aged li), and
Walteri Henderson, aged 22, young
farmerf "f Clayton county. All are
said to^iave boen in the company of
King carly Saturday night.
WH AT'S THE REASON ?
Mun- Walhalla. People in Poor Health
Without Knowing (ho Cause,
Tlibre :tre scores of people who
drag d?t ? miserable existence with
out ionic-mg the cause of their suf
fori??, flay after day they are racked
wiri backache and headache; suffer
from nervousness, dizziness, weak
ness, la a,: nor and depression. Per
haps thi kidneys have fallen behind
in . iel/ work of filtering the blood
and thal n'?y be the root of the trou
ble I.ooh to your kidneys, assist
thjfein it' i heir work-give them the
y h- reed. You can uso no morie
h?klii/ i "c immendod remedy than
Lim n's ; kidney Pills-endorsed 'by
people all over the country and 'by
your beigh bora In Walhalla.
Mrsj Mattie E. Thomas, Knitting
Mill Mili, Walhalla, ? S. C., says:
VV)oan$ Kidney Pills did mo a world
pf good when I was suffering from
kidney ; r ouble, and I can therefore
recommend them. My back ached
liv rei\, and I had pains in my
fjjldos.ttogether with difficulty with
the kidney secretions. Soon after I
tingan using Donn's Kidney Pills,
which. I obtained at Dr. Bell's drug
store I was restored to good health."
: For Bale by all doalers. Price 50
cents. Fo er-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
Nev, Vor! ole agents for the United
Remember tho name-Donn's
aiitl take no other. adv.
? <iwy?l| ka 1
Ch moe to G-et
Ne\t York, Nov. 6th, 1912.
T. X ('.fid lei & Co.,
CS r t minster, S. C.
?Tho i lo at of Wilson has already
got in ; ; ne work. The woolen
mills aro t panic over the prospects
of! low? r 'ff, and they're rushing
nov, Lo anio d their surplus. We an
tic;) -t< 1 tl movement and got busy
over the v. . is with a proposition to
bu\ (s ?gi; at tho lowest prices.
Quick act " was necessary and here
is the Ursl i suit of our negotiations.
We bough) only those fabrics which
we sh v II our present line, for, In
th!.- A . ou can see at a glance tho
ac ? ifl ... nee in prices.
. ' herefore, in a position to
offer - some very fine bargains
fov Wc ; 1 it only right that you and
you?. rons should get full benefit
Oft tin un o cover" of the mills.
On i? i nclosed sheet we submit
the noni H rs of the fabrics pur
chase! '-her with their reduced
prh ??a. a : it up in your store
please ai give your customers a
hr A touch f post-election prices.
Y rs truly,
ernational Tailoring Co.
rhu: ?rn: '-educed 82.50 to $7.00
per Stol ( ill and let us take your
T."N . Carter & Co.,
WESTMINSTER^ S. C.
ting out a 10-4
t analyzes 10-98
nearer 11-5 than
ly charge you for
??ighty cheap at
Lil zed with that
i in Che spring
losphato & Oil
Don't let thc fumes
spoil ths pleasure
economical Ford v
at minimum cost,
price won't punc
book beyond repaii
These new prices, f. o. b. I
Any errly order will mean
tull particulars from d*
THE LITTLE GIRLS' CONTEST.
Fourth Week's Voting Evidences
Lively Tilt lu Totdoin.
Following is tho result of the vote
up to Monday evening, November 18,
for the most popular girl under ten
Contestant- No. Votes.
. Lucile Todd.1100
Eunice White . 380
Vivian Linier . 80
Tudo Orr . 120
Jessie Alexander . 20
Ruby Duncan . 20
Bertie Morton .550
Francis Kaufmann .... 30
Lillie May Medlin. 50
Viola Childress. 540
Amy Harklns ........ 950
May Goodson . 610
Claro Sloan . 480
Grace 11 amy by . 30
Edna Butler . 320
Guynell Abbott. 360
Ethel Dockins . 20
Lura Orr . 90
Thelma Rankin . 420
Eunice Beatty . 40
Lois Gilstrap .1630
Nora Harklns .,. 370
Ethel Hughes . ..4240
Thelma Thomas .2490
Gladys Holloway. 240
Cora Leo Uamby . 70
Paulino Morton . 250
Addie Nix. SO
Eugenia Mee, . io
El lanbeth Thone . i. l?>
)?8?ib Dioad-.vvjll . 40
Florina Abbott . :;o
Caroline Darby . ?0
Crotie Slatton . 190
Cornella Cannon . 650
Lois Talley . 20
Lillie Reid . 10
Noonie Watkins . 90
Mary Lou Reid . 30
Myrl Watkins . 40
Katie Driscoll . 160
Eleanor Pace. 40
Ruth Hedrick 20
Sara Macaulay . 20
Ruby Crow. 30 .
Eleanor Littleton . 90
Virginia Edwards . 250
Ruby Perry. 80 v
Lura Collins . 10
Moss & Ansel.
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamber
lain's Liniment is cheaper and bet
ter. Dampen a piece of flnnnel with
it and bind lt over the affected parts
and it will relieve tho pain and sore
ness. For sale by all dealers, adv.
Por the convenience of tax-payers
I will ho at tho following places on
the dates named below for the pur
pose of collecting State, county,
school and road taxes:
Westminster, Tuesday and Wed
nesday, December 3d and 4th.
Seneca, Thursday and Friday, De
cember 5th and 6th.
The oillco at Court House will bo
closed on above days.
The books for the payment of com
mutation road tax are now open. Tho
time for paying this tax expires on
tho 1st day of March. If this tax ls
not paid within the time mentioned
all persons Hablo to road duty will
bo required to work on tho public
highways of tho county two days.
W. J. Schroder, Co. Treasurer.
WE WANT to buy one-half million
Dogwood and Persimmon Shuttle
Blocks, from 12>/fc to 23 Inches In
length. Prices rango from $200.00
per thousand downward. See D. L.
Norris, Manager, Tho Southern Shut
tle & Bobbin Co., Westminster, S. C.
LAND BA HUA INS.
Deep, rich soil, producing In abund
ance every year the crops that toi)
tho market and never glut it. Pure
artesian water and salt, air make tho
lowest death rate on record. Winters
delightful and summers cooler than
In Illinois. Lands yield 2 5 per cent
yearly profit on present prices and
double in value overy three to five
years. Rainfall 4 2 inches, well dis
tributed; but Irrigating water abund
ant If desired. Unlrrlgatcd corn
yields 40 to 60 bushols per aero;
Irrigated 75 to 100. Idenl cattle,
hog, mulo and dalry and poultry I
country. Great for fruit, melons and
winter truck. Fish and game plen
tiful, big and little. Write for book
let giving experiences of big farmers,
little farmers, old settlers, now set
tlers; In good years and bad years;
from one year to twenty-five years, as
told by tho farmers themselves.
MAGILL LANI) CO., Hay City,
of burning money
of thc ride. The
/ill take you there
And its purchase
turc your pocket
)etroit, with ali equipment,
an early delivery. Get
M ?X j| jj?Jl
R. C. Carter.
For Sale in Bulk:
My entire stock of Dry
Goods, Clothing and
When stock is closed
out store room is for rent.
Best stand for Dry Good&
in Oconee County.
M. S. S
?> .? T, ? .)? >_
SALE OP PERSONALTY.
I, Mrs. M. Etta Cox, Administratrix
of the Personal Estate of Norton Cox,
deceased, do hereby offer for sale, to
the highest bidder, for Cash, at the
late residence of Norton Cox, de- .
ceased, near Snow Creek, Oconee
County, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
22, 1912, nt 10 o'clock in tho fore
noon, and? until sold, all of the Per
sonal Property IQ said estate, con
Ono second-hand Ford Automobile,
ono Traction Engine Saw Mill, ono
lot of Farming Implements, one lot
of Blacksmith Tools, one lot of Car
penter Tools, ono Cotton Gin and
Press, ono Gasoline Engine, ono lot
of Lumber, three or four head of
Mules, eleven head of Cattle, Planer
and Resaw, lot of Wheat and Oats,
one pair Wagon Scales, Wagons,
Buggies, Household and Kitchen,
MRS. M. ETTA COX,
November 13, 1912. 46-47
JUDGE OF PROBATE'S SALE*
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
(In Court of Probate.)
Pursuant to a decree of tho afore
said Court, in the case named below,
I will offer for salo, to tho highest
bidder, In front of the Court Houso
door, at Walhalla, S. C., on Monday,
tho 2d day of December, 1912, be
tween tho legal hours of salo, tho
tract of land below described:
Aaron Pettigrew, in Ills Own Right,
and as Administrator of tho Es ta to
or Robert Pettigrew, deceased,
Mary Pettigrew, Eddie Pettigrew,
Juli i Reece, Emma Brown, Ellen
Edwards, Rosa Lee Pettigrew, Vi
ola Cunningham, Hattie Beatty,
Pearl Watkins, Son Jennings, Ed
die Jennings and Annie .T?nnings,
All that certain, ploco, parcel or
tract of land, situate, lying and ho
ing In tho County of Ooonee, and
Stato of South Carolina, on tho east
sido of tho Blue Ridge Railroad, ad
joining lands of John Harbin, ostato
of George Hamilton and others, and
containing olght acres, moro or less.
Terms of Sale: Cash on day of
sale. That In the event of failure of
purchaser, or purchasers, to comply
with the terms Jf salo promptly that
tho Judge of Probate do resell tho
said promises 0.1 the same or some
convenient saloaday thereafter, at tho
same place and on tho samo terms as
heretofore set out, at the risk of the
former purchaser, or purchasers, and
that ho do continuo so to do until he
has found a purchaser, or purchasers,
who shall comply with tho terms ot
Purchaser to pay extra for papers.
D. A. SMITH,
Judge of Probate for Oconee County,
Novembor 13, 1912. 46-48