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,YO? LOOK I
When Your Blood ls Moll ami Rod
People Notice Your Good Health.
PEPTO-MANCAN BUILDS HE?I/ril
l?u!o Face, Dull Eyes, and Drooping
Should?; s Result from
If your blood ls in bad shape it
shows up in your looks and feeling.
Whoa your blood is rich with red
corpuscles your color is better-your
lips ure red, eyes wido open and
bright; your good feeling shows in
Common sense will tell you Dint if
weak, thin blood makes you look life
less, it lowers your vitality, if your
vitality is low you have little power
to resist disease germs. Men, Wo
men ujnd children with rich, red
blood are : "ole to fight ?ff germs
which bring severe illness.
When you feel nm down and
weak, with no appetite and no am
bition, take Fepto-Mangan for a
while. It ts a great blood-building
tonic. You should begin to feel jot
ter within a few days.
Pepto-Mnngan is put up in both
liquid and tablet form. Take either
kind you prefer, because they have
the same medicinal value. But be
sure you get the genuine Pepto
Maugan-"Glide's." The full name.
"Glide's Pepto-Mangan," should be
on the package.-adv.
HKLIiOTTE REUNION ENJOYED.
Survivors of Large Family Reunited
at Two Brothers1 Homos.
A most delightful event look place
on Saturday, Oct. ICth, at the resi
dence of J. M. Bellotte in Seneca,
when all of the surviving brothers
and sisters of J. M. Bellotte met for
a reunion. The day was spent most
delightfully In singing, recitations
and"In telling jokes and talking of
"old times." And last but not least
was the wonderful dinner. It is im
possible to describe it. The tables
groaned under their load, and every
ono enjoyed this wonderful repast.
The names and addresses of the
brothers and sisters are as follows:
Mrs. C. T. Hopkins, Sumter, S. C.
T. W. Bellotte. Walhalla. S. C., R.
Mrs. Susie G. Barrow, Spartan
burg, S. C.
J. M. Bellotte. Seneca. S. C.
Mrs. S. M. Bibb, Seneca, S. C., R.
Theo. E. Bellotte. Adnmsville, Ala.
Mrs.Eleanor Hughes, Spartanburg,
Mrs. S. L. Brewer, Greenville, S.C.
There were quite a number of oth
ers present, including nieces and
nephews, etc. Mrs. R. T. Hall, of
Orangeburg, a niece of J. M. Bel
lotte. was present.
The day was most enjoyably spent,
and late in the afternoon all left by
automobile for the home of T. W.
Bellotte. where the enjoyment was
cpii'luucd until tu? \ve< Mina' hours,
when they returned io Seneca in or
der that euell niight tait? tho train
for their respective homes,
This reunion will long lie remoni
beted by those present. Before say
ing good-bye each promised to have
a repetition of this reunion next year
Father and daughter are tho two
partners in the law firm of Robinson
& Robinson, of Fayetteville, N. C.
COLDS AND FLU
New Elixir, Called Aspiron
al, Medicated With Latest
Scientific Remedies, Used
and Endorsed by Euro
pean and American Army
Surgeons to Cut Short a
Cola and Prevent Compli
Every Druggist in U. S. In
structed to Refund Price
While You Wait at Count
er if Relief Does Not Come
Within Two Minutes.
Delightful Taste. Immediate
Relief, Quick Warm-Up.
The sensation of tho year in tho
drug trade is Aspironal, tho two
minute cold and cough reliever, au
thoritatively guaranteed hy thc labora
tories; tested, approved an I mes;
enthusiastically endorsed hy Hie high
cst authorities, and proclaimed by
tho common people as tea Ihnes ns
Quick and effective as whiskey, rock
and rye, or any other cold and cough
remedy they have ever tried.
All' drug stores aro now supplied
with tho wt dorful new elixir, so all
you have to do to get rid of that cold
'is to step into tho nearest drug store,
hand the clerk half a dollar for a bottle
of Aspironal and tell him to servo you
two teaspoonfuls with four teaspoon
fuls of water in a glass. With your
watch in your hand, take the drink
at one swallow and call for your money
hack in two minutes if you cannot
feel your cold fading away like a dream
within tho time limit. Don't be bash
ful, for all druggists invite you and
expect you to try it. Everybody's do
When your cold or cough is re
lieved, take tho remainder of the bottle
homo to your wife and babies, for
Aspironal is by far the safest and most
effective, the easiest to lake and tho
most agreeable cold and cough remedy
for infants and children.- (Adv.)
DR. HENRY N. SNYDER WRITES
On the State S. H. Association's Work
for Religious Education.
Clemson College, Oct. 18.-Editor
Keowee Courier: The last mail has
brought mo a communication from
Dr. Henry X. Snyder, of Wofford Col
lege, dated Oct. lath, which is so
important and of such vital interest
to all good people of our State that
1 am handing you a copy, with the
request for its publication in your
columns. Very sincerely,
Wm. S. Morrison.
Dr. Snyder's Letter.
Spartanhurg. Oct. 15, 1920.
Dear Sir: Enclosed you will And
copy of the educational program of
tho South Carolina Sunday School
Association, as formulated at tho
meeting of our educational commit
tee oh Tuesday, Sept. 28tb. This
statement of program ls an applica
tion of the general policies which tho
association has always pursued to
our present task in religious educa
As chairman of the educational
committee which formulated this
statement of program, 1 desire lo
commend il to you. It has received
the careful scrutiny of our educa
tional committee, composed of repre
sentative educators in all denomina
tions, and-meets with their full ap
proval and endorsement. Permit mo
to soy that 1 believe it represents a
great forward movement in the cause
of religions education in our State,
and I bespoak for it your sympathe
tic and hearty co-operation.
1 would especially call your atten
tion to tho "circulating library" for
Sunday school workers and pastors.
Catalogues of this library may bo
secured from our general superin
tendent, Leon C. Palmer. I believe
that our Sunday school teachers will
he greatly helped by the careful read
ing of selected books on Bible study
and Sunday school work.
Henry X. Snyder,
Chairman Educational Committee..
South Carolina S. S. Association.
and J DIARRHOEA
L FLUX. Etc.
Youth Master of Dozen Languages.
New York, Oct. 20.- Master of 12
languages, keenly interested In bat
ting averages, but more devoted to
the game of marbles when played
"for keeps," 12-year-old Edward
Rochle Hardy, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward R. Hardy, of this city,
to-day qualified as the youngest
freshman that ever entered Columbia
I diversity. Thc youthful prodigy ls
feet ;'. incite, in he ghi, weighs 14;;
pounds andi i is moihor said, is per
?? normal in sp pottle, habits .ind
r?cr?ation?. He spends ?^rcn* deal
ot* time itt Hi'.- university sn Imming
pool, when not engaged In reading
Babylonian tablets, investigating Hie
four dimensions or delving into other
ertidite subjects. Edwards started to
school at the age of three, bounded
over^breo classes a year, graduating
from high school nt ll. Ills popular
ity and modesty were proved by the
fact that be was elected editor of his
school newspaper and was a leader
in school social activities.
Habitual Constipation Cured
In 14 to 21 Days
.LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 80c
Praying for Retter Prices.
While cotton remains unpicked in
surrounding fields, a large negro con
gregation at a country church, in an
all-day meeting Sunday, prayed for
higher prices for cotton, to prevent
financial ruin and possible starva
tion, according to a report from tho
lower section of the county to-day.
Rather than pay from $1 to $1.;")
for cotton picking, and sell tho fleecy
staple beloV cost of production, many
farmers of, Greenville county have
decided to let the staple remain in
tho fields until better prices are re
Marketing by Truck Profitable.
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 21.-Unable to
obtain cars in which to ship his
wheat, and finding local elevators
filled to capacity, D. C., Hibbard, a
Potter, Nel)., farmer, carried 110
bushels of wheat on his two-ton truck
to Omaha, 480 miels.
The trip required three days. The
total expense was $22.00, or about
21 cents a bushel. The wheat sold lo
the Omaha market for $2 a bushel,
which Hibbard said insured bim a
better profit than he would have re
ceived by selling at home.
There ls a record of a safe made
in Franco In 1 820, which wns alleg
edly fire proof. It consisted of an
Inner and oater sholl of iron, with
non-conducting material between tho
cases. This was superseded by safes
made of oak planking soaked in al
kali and covered with nail-studded
sheet-iron. Tho first real fire-proof
safo was made by Daniel Fitzgerald,
of New York, In 1834. The space be
tween the Iron boxes wns fillet! with
? WOMAN'S BACK
Tho Advlca of Thia Walhalla Woman
la of Ceitr.M Value. ?
Many a won.au?a back has many
achos and pains.
Ofttimes 'tis the kidneys* fault.
That's why Uoan's Kidney Pilla are
eo effective. Ask your neighbor!
Many Walhalla women know ibis.
Road what ono has to say about lt:
Mrs. S E. Powell Walhalla, says:
"Several years ugo kidney troublo
came on mo and my back ached a
good deal. When I bent over, sharp
pains would shoot through me and
specks appeared before my oyo?.
Mornings 1 was as tired as when I
went to bed and I was nervous. My
kidneys didn't act properly. Finally 1
began taking Donn's Kidney Pills and
they quickly cured mo of tho troublo.
I have great faith tn this medicine."
Price 60o. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-he same that
Mrs. Powell had. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Death of Little Bruco Kl rmi.
On the 7th instant the three-year
old son of Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Elrod
died of membranous croup, and after
appropriate burial services, conduct
ed by Rev. M. J. Stansell, assisted
by Rev. L. W. Langston, his remains
were laid to rest in tho New Hope
cemetery. His illness was of short
duration, and it was soon realized
that his condition was of a serious
nature. All that toying hands could
do failed to give relief.
Bruce was a bright, sweet child,
and will be sadly missed in the home
by both his parents and grandpar
ents. Ile had endeared himself to us
with Iiis sweet, smiling face and
cheerful disposition, but He who said
"Suffer little children to come unto
Me," loved him, too, and took him to
live with him. Our thoughts and love
go with him, and it makes heaven
nearer and dearer to know that he
is there. His life, though short, was
not lived in vain. (Jod must have a
purpose in every life and every death.
Possibly He used him as a little mis
sionary to brighten our lives and to
help us on our way. To those who
are bereaved we believe it best to
think of Bruce as being a guest in
the home that Jesus has pone to pre
pare for those that love him, and pre
pare to meet him. While our hearts
are filled with sadness, we bow sub
missively to the will of Him who
doeth all things well. After all, we
shall not have to wait a great while
for our reunion in the great beyond.
Love is so strong;
It Joins our souls forever more;
No matter though the winds of ill
No matter how tho storms of life up
Love is so strong.
Yet love is weak:
lt cannot stand alone amid the strife;
Ti cannot teach our faltering Ups to
lt cannot even saVe one ht.tlo life!
Love ls so wea k
Bur love is fjl ! ()<ig;
Those whom om eyes have lost, love
still sees clear,
And thoughts too deep for speech
ring through love's song,
And love alone can face death's pres
And still be .strong!
If King Dies, Greece a Republic.
Athens, Greece, Oct. 20.-Keen in
terest in the question pf succession
to the Greek throne should Alexan
der's illness terminate fatally, is be
ing taken by the people, although
nothing reliable relative to the sub
ject ls as yet known. The throne will
undoubtedly be offered to Prince
Paul, King Alexander's younger bro
ther, hut it is almost a foregone con
clusion that the conditions accom
panying tho offer will render it un
In case of his refusal it may be
offered to some foreign prince, and
if he declines the situation may be
solved by tho proclamation of the
Meeting nt South Union Church.
Following is tho program of the
fifth Sunday meeting to be hold at
South Union Baptist church on Sat
urday. Oct. 30, 1920:
10.00 a .m.-Devotional service.
(Rev. W. A. Sinclair.) Report of
10.30 a. m.-How to Increase Sun
day school emcioncy, as to (1) equip
ment, (2) organization, (3) teach
ing force. K. W. Marett, J.S.Glymph,
S. L. Burrisa.
11.30 a. m.-Evangelism In our
Sunday schools. Revs. J. A. Martin,
J. W. Willis, C. M. Robinson.
1.3 0 o'clock-How to study tho
Bible. Dr. Ira E. D. Andrews.
10 o'clock-Sunday school address
-Dr. W. A. Strickland.
11 o'clock-Sermon-Rev. J. W.
Willis. Program Committee.
Thera lg mora Catarrh tn this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and for years lt waa sup
nosed to ba incurable. Doctora prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing
to eura with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly influenced by constitutional con
ditions and therefore requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by F. J. Chenar Ac
Co., Toledo, Ohio, ls a constitutional
remedy, is taken internally and acta
thru the Blood on th? Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollara re
ward ia offered for any case that ilaire'
Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Sand for
circulara and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pilla for constipation.
"Drop your dollar for Democracy."
OTi?E OF ELECTION.
? South Carolina,
uly ot Oconee.
?o tic . s hereby givon that tho
Genere i 'lection for Presidential
and Vi- residential Electors, Uni
ted St:t^-: Senator and Representa
tivos in Congress will be held nt tho
voting precincts fixed by law In tho
County of Oconee on TUESDAY, No
vember 2, 19 20, said day being Tues
day following tho first Monday, as
proscribed by tho Slate Constitution.
The qualifications for suffrage are
Residence in Stato for two years,
in the County ono year, in tho poll
ing precinct in which tho elector of
fers to vote, four months, und the
payment six months before any elec
tion of any poll tax then duo and
payable: Provided, That ministers
in charge of an organizod church and
teachers of public schools shall be
entitled to vote after six months' res
idence in tho Stato, otherwise quali
Registration. - Payment of all
taxes, including poll tax, assessed
and collectible during tho previous
year. Tho production of a cort! fica to
or the olllical receipt of the olllcer
authorized to collect such tax?e shall
be conclusive proof of the payment
Before tho hour fixed for opening
the polia Managers and Clerks must
take and subscribe to tho Constitu
tional oath. The Chairman of tho.
Board "of Managers can administer
the oath to the other Managers and
to the Clerk; a Notary Publlclnust
administer the oath to the Chairman.
The Managers elect their Chairman
Polls at each voting place must be
opened at 7 o'clock a. m. and closed
at 4 o'clock p. m., except in tho City
of Charleston, where they shall be
opened at 7 a. m. and closed at 6 p.
The Managers have the power to
fill a vacancy; and If none of tho
Managers attend, the citizens can ap
point, from among the qualified vot
ers, the Managers, who, after being
sworn, cnn conduct the election.
At the close of the election the
Managers and Clerk must proceed,
publicly, to open the ballot box and
count thc ballots therein, and con
tinue, Without adjournment, until
the same ls completed, and make a
statement of the result for each office,
and sign the same. Within three
days thereafter the Chairman of the
Board, or some one designated by
the Board, must, deliver to tho Com
missioners of Eloctlon the poll list,
tho box cootaning the ballots and
written statements of the result of
'Managers of Election.-The fol
lowing , Managers of Election have
been appointed to hold the election
at the various precincts in the said
Clemson College-Jesse S. Good
man, J. L. Shelton, J. E. Pickett.
Damascus-L. D. Cox, M. H. Lee,
D. E. Carter.
Doub'lo Springs-Thoa. R. Hunt,
Hugh O'. Symmes, Andrew Ramey.
Earle's Mill-T. B. Ables, L. M.
Richey, h. A. Whitworth.
Friendship-W. H. Crooks, S.Coke
Camrh?ni W p- King.
i . v Play LO?ls Glymph, S. L.
LIM1. ?. H. M'i Lovingood.
. ra-H? --.r. M. v. Olarfc, Ed.
Gantt f). li c??eng?r
s-," -yrimrf..-?.?Arthur Blackwell,
A. .. OH. Vi ul t, K. L. Burton.
Jo? A L. Whitmire, J. M.
Burge 7 'oho Cash.
K.< - J L. Kell, J. Fulton
Bum ,\t; W H. Glazener,
Li Hive; -R. W. Burgess, Jr.,
J. L 'Urell. L. P. Holden .
Lo (hook-J. B. Phillips, Jr., B.
M. Le Coo. W. Matheson.
M.; un- -J. A. Cook, T. A. Spen
cor, fl i/. Adams.
v- C. L. Anderson, W. N.
Girt San j\ Lewis Gaillard.
Oi !0 Creek-J. H. Hunnicutt,
W Vest, Oscar Denton.
Oal ay.lt. J. Myers, S. B. King,
i t Post-L. O. Powell, C. S.
Cha tn 'S, T. L. Garrison.
, Pto donce-=W. E. Giles, W. T.
Hi- V. N. Woolbright.
.n-Ezra Cromer, Levis Jay
ne0 " M. Sanders.
Richland --S. N. Hughs, J. A. Den
dy, Grover Hubbard.
Salem-R. A. Pike, R. A. Talley.
E. B. Haggerty.
Seneca-G. C. Sheppard, W. H.
Barron, J. N. Hopkins.
South Union-Ottie Burrlss, W. H.
Crawford, Raymond Tate.
Tabor-J. A. Knox, W. T. Tan
nery, ErvIn Spencer.
Tokoena-W. H .Simmons, W. T.
Stephenson, O. D. Boggs.
Tamassee-Otto S. Cantrell. .7. A.
Rutledge, T. R. Chatham.
Tugaloo Academy-D', L. Cothran,
T. DeWitt Powell, Charles T. Smith.
Walhalla-John E .Bauknight, W.
A. Grant, w. F. Mllam.
Westminster-R. B. Honoa, De
Witt J. Miller, T. D. Marett.
West Union-E. P. Hutchison, Jas.
F. Neville, Elijah Gillison.
Wolf Pit-Jesse Lay, Jr.. Geo. M.
White, Jr., W. H. Alexander.
Tho Managers at each precinct
named above aro requested to dele
gate one of their number to secure
the box and blanks for tho election
on SATURDAY, October 30, 19 20, at
the Court House in Walhalla, S. C.
JAS. M. MOSS,
MRS. J. A. STECK,
MRS. S. K. DENDY,
Commissioners of Federal Election
for Oconeo County, S. C.
Oct. 20, 1920. 42-43
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Hair Braid Shot, from Girl's Hoad.
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 2-.1.-A hold-up
of a New York Central railroad train
in the railroad yards hore early to
day resulted in the wounding of a
trainman and netted thc bandits less
A shot fired by one of the robbers
grazed the head of Mary Jane Smith,
13 yoars old, of Cleveland, who,
prompfVd by curiosity, disobeyed the
.command of tho bandits that all tho
passengers remain In their seats or
borlhs. A braid of hair was shot from
thc hoad of the Smith girl.
V V V V V V V
We Sell this J
Ditch er on the v
10-Day Trial Plan v
WE kno w how mach
timo, money and
hard labor thia
machino will Save you.
tarma. That's why wo
offer 10 days' trial and a
positivo guarantee with
every sale ot
Jr* arm Ditcher
Run Bomo V-ahapod ditches
or throw up aonio terracos
With it. You'll aar lt's ono of
tho moat useful Implemento
on your (arm.
It Alla apmilltea.tavola bumpa,
gradea ronds. Lasts a uro
timo. bocauBO all-stesl. Ad
justable for narrow or wida
cut. KoYcrilblo-Uuowa <Ut|
to either aldo.
Try H tO ?fay*-j
money back it .voe?
mmntil, but you womfe
M. BLOW X ? SON,
Walhalla, S. 6.
The Zuyder Zee or South Gen was
formerly a lake and was united willi!
the North Rea by Inundations in the
twelfth and thirteenth centuries .
The Korean alphabet bas fourteen
consonants and eleven vowels.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OE OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant lo decree of the afore
said Court, in the case mimed below,
I will offer for stile, to the highest
bidder, in front ol' the Court House
door, at Walhalla. South Carolina, on
.MONDAY, tho 1st day of NOVEM
BER. 1020 between the legal hours
of sale, the tracts of land below de
John T. Lay and J. D. 1 larkins,
C. C. Kelley, T. .V. Kelley, Lillian S.
Kelley, Mrs. Marion K. Tait, T. R.
Kelley, Anna 1. Kelley,
All that certain piece, parcel'or
tract of land, situate, lying and being
in Keowc? Township, Qcbnoe County,
'South Cl! roi i nu. on Ta maison Creek,
J adjoining l?ndt of Mi?>,-> Nettle .lnnea,
ajjd ??!?:ii;:'nii." .-.xly ftpr?s? moro DI
I All of tho undivided Interest of
'C. C. Kelley in or to all that certain
, piece, parcel or tract of land, situ
ate, lying and being in Keowoe Town
i ship, County and Slate aforesaid, on
Little River, siiid t.rret conii,.,?sl::g
i about OHO acres, and being tho os
I tate of Mrs. Anna 1). Kelley, mother
of C. C. Kelley, and formerly a part
I of the Christopher Jones tract of
Terms of Sale-Cash on day of
sale. That In event of failure of the
purchaser, or purchasers, to comply
i with tho terms of the sale forthwith,
I the Master do re-sell the said prem
I lsos on the same day, or ?lo re-ad
? vertlse and re-sell tho said promises
on the following Snlesday, or
some convenient Salesday thereafter,
at the same place, and en the same
terms os heretofore set out, at tho
I risk of the former purchaser, or pur
chasers, and that ,lie continue so to
do until be bas found a purchaser,
'or purchasers, who comply with tho
! terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
j and stamp.
W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconee County. S. C.
Oct. 18, 1020. 41-43
You're as Sick o
.ts Well at You
How's your iivort Are you
Have you dizzy spells, dull
mouth, foul broatht If so, y<
and Blood Syrup; which has
your sort over since the good
scribed it away back in 1852.
You're as Old 01
as Young as Youi
i If you would stay young in hoalth
'caro for your blood. Dr. Thacher
into your blood ; pur i fi os and curie
By H t om. Also koops your Bowels op
bined. Good for tho whole family
AndV Anton, Thompsonville. Pl.. wrofc
Aug. 81,1018i "I foal that I should sand li
roy testimonial for Dr. Thach?r's Livei
Medicino, whloh I have used for tweWi
yoara. Before I used lt I eould not do i
whole dara work t because I was so weak ii
my kidneys, but I am now strong am
Soi? Pro??, A Mb.. THACHER MEDI
Walhalla, S. C.
-NOW LOCATED IN
Old Post Office; Building,
OPPOSITE PIEDMONT MOTOR CO.?
on quick order, First-Class
Service, Drop in and get?>
Meal or Lunch,
J. BURT (?ILL1SP1I:, Prop.
Walhalla, S. C., Sept, 27, 1920
All tax-payers are hereby notlllod
that tho Tax Rooks will bo opon on
ami ntte'r FRIDAY, tho 16th ot Octo
ber, 1920, until January 1st, 1921,
for the collection of all taxos duo tho
County, without penalty. After that
date lhere will bo a penalty charged.
All people owning dogs will please
take notice of change In Dog Law.
Every dog must now havo a Tag
with number, which 1 will havo for
you. Each Tag and numbor will cost
you $1.20, which will bo good for
one year. Each man's nanto nnd his
number will be registered, and overy
do;; must have Tag by January 1st,
I ?21. R. H. ALEXANDER,
39-46 Treasurer Oconoo County.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
DruftOsts rotund money if PAZO OINTMENT fall?
tacuro I tch hui, mind, bleeding or Protruding Pilos.
Instontly icllovca Itching Pilca, and you can ?et
restful Bleep after tho first ODDllcatton. fr icc 60c.
N?T1CE OP FINAL. SETTtLEMENT
Notice ls hereby given that tho un
dersigned will make application to
V. F. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconeo County, in tho State of South
Carolina, at his ofllce at Walhalla
Court House, on Saturday, tho 30th
doy of October, 19 20, at ll o'clock
In tho foronoon, or ns soon there
after as said application can be
hoard, for leave to make final settle
ment of tho Estate of Mrs. E. M.
SLOAN, Deceased, and obtain Final
Discharge as Exocutor of said Estate.
S. R. EARLE,
Executor of tho Estate of? Mrs, E. M.
Oct. 6, 1920._40-43
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
?Notice ls hereby given Ihat the un
dersigned win make application to
V. F. .Martin, Judge of Probate for
Ouquee County, lo tho State of South
Carolina, af bis office nt Walhalla
Coin ??O?SC, on TUESDAY, tho 2d
day of NOVEMBER, 1920, at ll
o'clock In tho forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as Bald application can be
heard, for leave to mako final settle
ment of tho Estate of F. W. COMP
TON. Deceased, ?nd obtain Final Dis
charge ?.s Administrator of said Es
tate. V/. R. DAVIS,
Administrator of the Estato of F. W.
Oct. 6, 1920._40-43
NOTICE OF~ FI NA Ii SETTLEMENT
Notice ls hereby given that tho un
dersigned will make application to
V. F. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconeo County, In the State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court House, on Saturday, the Cth
day of November, 1920, nt cloven
o'clock In the forenoon, or ns soon
thereafter as said application can be
beard, for leave to make llnal settle
ment of tho Estate of James M. Hun
nicutt, Deceased and obtain Final
Dicharge as Executors of said Es
tate. S. M. HlINNICHTT,
, C. C. HUNNIOUTT,
Executors of the Estato of James M.
Oct. 13, 1 920. 41-44
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