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NOTICE. - Friday, March 18th,
will be my last Gin Day. H. D. MUS
IC AMP. ll*
SIX MCE BERKSHIRE PIGS
quick salo $5.00 each. GEO. M.
ANSEL, JIL, Walhalla. ll
WANTED-Tenant with Stock for
2-horse farm. W. O. WHITE, Wal
halla, S. 5-tf
FOK SALE-Ono Mule and Bug
gy. See J. D. COI. DEX, ll Park St..
Walhalla, S C._hill
IIA VE YOI'It Cotton Seed Graded.
I will Grade Seed at H. D. HtlS
kamp's Place every Thursday. H.
L. WESTMORELAND. ll?
PARTIES who got sack of Wal
nuts on my place March 1st call and
settle to save trouble. C. C. KEL
LEY, Tamassee. S. C. ll
FOR SALE-Good Jersey Milk
Cows; some fresh, some just coming
In, Will sell Cor cash or on time. S.
N. Bl'TTS, Hattie Creek. S. C. Hi*
WANTED-To Buy-A Terrier or
Small Dog. free from vicious habits,
hut with courage enough to keep
chicken-eating cats out of my yard.
V. F. MARTIN. Walhalla. S. C. ll*
FOR SA LE-Three good, well
trained yokes of Oxen; Log Carls,
Drays, otc. Also, two good Horses.
If interested s.>r write .1. C.
SHOCKLEY, Wesl I nion. S. Cl 1-12
FOR SA LE-Thoroughbred s. C.
Rhode Island Red Eggs, Craig &
Carver strain; $1.50 for 15; ($2
by mail. W. lt. CRAIG, Walhalla.
S. C. 10-tf
WANTED-Live Agents to write
High Grade Accident and Health In
surance. Reasonable rates; liberal
commission. If interested write to
ALBERT MEIBURG, Seneca. S. C.
GOVERNMENT - Inspected Porto
Rico Potato Plants. $1.80 per 1000;
over 5000, $1.75 per 1000, shipping
point. Prompt shipment after April
5th. Cabbage plants, imm?diate ship
ment, $1 per 1000, by express. G. J.
DERRICK, Lancaster, S. C. 11-12'
CLERKS-(Men, Women) over
17, for Postal Mall Service; $1:
month. Experience unnecessary. For
free particulars of examinations,
write"1 J. LEONARD, (former Civil
Service Examiner,) 511 Equitable
Bldg., Washington, D. C. 9-12*
GET BUSY-Keep Busy.-Ia your
Job unsafe? ls it permanent? You
want a lifelong business. You can got
into such a business selling more
than 137 Watkins Products direct to
farmers If you own auto or team, or
can got one; if you are under 50
and can give bond with personal
sureties. We hack you with big sell
ing helps; 5 2 years in business;
20,000,000 users of our products.
Write for information where ?you
can get territory. J. R. WATKINS
CO., Department C. Winona, Minn.
WHEN YOU WANT GOOD BRICK FOR
ANY PURPOSE, WRITE OR CALL ON
US. WE MAKE GOOD BRICK-THAT)
TELLS THE WHOLE STORY-ANDI
Pendleton Brick Co.,
PENDLETON, S. C.
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Manldin Street. Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. 0, Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
A Regular Communication of Blue
Kj?ri. Ridge Lodge, No. 9 2, A. F.
M., will bo hold next Fri
day night, March 18, 1921,
at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brothers .always welcome.
J. B. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
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.J. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. .?.
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- Best patent flour, $10,00 bar
rel. Hutchisons Bros., West Union, S.
-The Parsonage Aid Society of
the Walhalla Methodist church will
meet to-morrow (Thursday) after
noon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Claude
- Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lilly spent
several days in Greenville hist week.
Mr. Lilly having gone on business.
A part of their visit was also spent
among friends at Bosley.
-Don't fail to see our pretty lino
of Easter and spring hats. Norman's
Millinery, Walhalla.-ntlV.-l 0-11.
-Tho many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Strother will he glad to
know that they are both able to be
up and about again, after several
days' confinement to their beds.
- Mrs. Warren Coggeshall, of Dar
lington, passed through Walhalla
Saturday on her way to Tamasseo,
where she will be for a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
- Mrs. Nat C. Nave epent Beveral
days visiting in Greenville last week.
-Miss Addle Tathara ia visiting
among friends in Greenwood this
-Mrs. Lillie Stoddard loft last
week for Greensboro, N. C., to visit
her sister, Mrs. Holland.
-See our bargain tables for chil
dren's kids and men's plow shoes. C.
W. & J. E. ?auknight.-adv.
- Kev. M. M. Ktnard, of Wlnston
Salem, N. C., was In Walhalla for
several days last week, having como
over to look after business matters.
-Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sisk, of
Columbia, are tho proud parents of
a son, tho little gent', .man having
arrived Feb. 28th. Mrs. Slsk before
marriage was 'Miss Annie Roberts,
ono of our Walhalla girls.
- F. P. and J. W. Gurney left Inst
Saturday for Port Orange. Fla..where
they will be for several weeks. J.W.
Gurney has been quite unwell for
some time, and lt ls hoped that the
change of climate will bo of benefit
- For Sale-Cow and calf, one
horse and two-horse wagon and a
nearly new "Harvest King" cooking
stove! T. E. Alexander, Walhalla, S.
- Mrs. J. W. Shelor, Mr. and Mrs.
T. IL Shelor and lillie son. Joe. have
been eon lined to their beds for the
past two weeks with severe attacks
of grip. We are glad to note that all
are improving, and friends will join
us in the hope that they may soon
bo entirely recovered.
-Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Kirkpatrick
are spending some time in Walhalla
visiting at the home of Rev. and Mrs
W. ii. Hamilton. Dr. Kirkpatrick's
many friends are indeed glad to ser
him again and were delighted lo
hear a splendid sermon by him al
tho Presbyterian church last Sun
day morning. They uro receiving tl
most cordial welcome by the peoph
of Walhalla, who hope that Dr
Kirkpatrick's health will be perma
nently benefited by his visit lo tilt?
section of the State.
Try our South Georgia syrup
100 per cen! pure, bought direct
from the mill nt Cairo. Ga. C. IV, &
J. 12. Bnukllight, Walhalla. adv.
Kural Policeman Littleton and
Deputy Sheriff (?us Sullivan had it
little trip into the upper section ol
the county last Saturday, and as ti
result of tho trip there were severa
sources of illicit liquor supply al
least temporarily stopped. In thc
Little River-High Falls section Sat
imlay morning they found a plant
that was in active operation wher
they entered, though no one was ii
the shack. The operators had evi
dently received a late warning ant
escaped merely with their hides. Tin
officers destroyed a sheet-iron stil
of about 20 gallons capacity and i
barrels of beer. They also found tw<
other places where the stills wert
cold, and at these they destroyec
about 000 and SOO gallons of beer
respectively. Going on toward Sa
lem. on Stamp creek, they caugh
Joe ("nully 1 Hughs, who had witl
him I Vii gallons of corn liquor, ant
a "stripped" Ford. Hughs. Hie Fori
and the liquor were brought to jal
in Walhalla, where the Ford was in
terned, Hughs turned in and tin
liquor turned out. Hughs was Intel
released on bond of $200 for his ap
pearance for trial, and he made ar
rangements with the Supervisor am
county authorities for the release o
the naked J. Henry for $50. On Sun
day morning about 1 1 o'clock tin
same officers searched the premise:
of Jim Shelton, between Coneros:
and Oak Grove and found a galloi
of liquor and a number of variou:
kinds of containers, all having beet
used so recently as to have the ful
corn aroma. Shelton was brought ii
and was later released on $2 00 bout
for appearance at trial.
-New and choleo lino of sprinj
millinery; all newest patterns li
hats, ribbons, trimmings. Prices ar
right. Norman's Millinery Depart
-Tho many friends of M. C
Crane, of tho Cheohoe section of ou
county, will be grieved to learn o
his death, which occurred at hi
home on tho 8th instant. Miles Co
lumbus Crane was born in the Chec
hoe section July ll. 1852. There
fore, had he lived until next July
ho would have been Oft years of ag<
In 1879 he was happily married t
Miss Lizzie White, of tho Cheohe
community, who, with ten childrer
survives him One son preceded hi
father to the grave a number c
years. The surviving children arc
Hen j. F. Crane, of Cheohoe; Mr:
Rosa Nichols, of Camp Oak; Mr:
Effio Willis and Mrs. Maude Deed
of Anderson; Ambrose and Georgi
Misses Aurell and Manila, and Rt
maine, of Cheohoe. and DeWitt, (
Anderson. There are also two si:
tors Mrs. .Naomi Ridley, of Wostmit
st er Kt. 1, and Mrs. Nancy Lay. <
the Cheohoe section, besides mar
other relatives and a host of friend
lo mourn his death. Mr. Crane wt
a strong believer in the doctrine i
(ho Presbyterian church, having i
early boyhood expressed belief I
the saving grace of Christ and e
pressed his preference for the Pre
byterinn faith, though ho had nevi
identified himself with any churo
He was a farmer by occupation. 0
gaging In farming from early ma
hood. He was a man of broad min
kind and gentle, always meeting h
friends with a smile and always
readiness to assist those in need. I
possessed a good memory, and w
an interesting conversationalist.ha
ing stored np much valuable Info
mntion, especially with regard
tho upper sections of our county
an historical way He waa a lovh
husband and affectionate father,
good citizen, and his Ufo was tb
of a clean, honest, upright mnn.
his death Oconee has lost a valuali
citizen and an honest, conscientlo
man has gone to his reward. Fun
ral services were held at (he Kapil
church in the Cheohoe section, t
services being conducted by Rev.
L. Hudson, after which the reniai
were lowered to their last resit
placo to await (he resurrection of t
All about the big gala week at Columbia, March 28-April 2.
WHAT IS THE
Palmafosta week, to bo held In
Columbia, S. C., March 38 to April 2,
ls tho first of tho annual gala wooka
to bo held eaoh spring In Columbia
for tlio entertainment of tho people
everywhere In this section. Tho
various forniB of amusement and
entertainment aro provided for by
a fund raised by the business inter
? ests ot tho city of Columbia. The
* appropriation this year is nrounC
$30,000. this does not include the
cost of exhibits, floats, decorations,
otc. furnished by Arms and Individ
Tho program of Palmafosta ls
planned to intcrost ovcrybody. At
tho steel building on tho state fair
grounds, which has been especially
equipped and decorated at ft cost of
$10.000, will be held tho South Caro
lina Spring Automobile Bhow, dis
playing tho latest in cars, trucks,
tractors and automobllo equipment.
In tho steel building annex, which
has been equipped with ft stago,
scenery ftnd electrical effects and
provided with seating capacity for
several thousand people, will bo held
the Spring Fashion Show, where
professional models will exhibit tho
Intest In apparel for mon, women
In addition to these lVaturos.
there will bo exhibits of all kiri??
i>\- leading Columbia retailers, sill
?n. ;i:;>-nis ?ind manufacturers, a
>. i variety of ?oods of all kinds
? i; g shown. Tho world fa in OU 8
Si : li "Kilt?os" batid and soloists
will render two program.-: dally,
moon and evenings. Thc
au ty Queens" selected by tho
;. ?plo In . ich of thc 45 South Caro
II; i counties will be Introduced, and
> will i>o elaborate displays of
liroworha featuring persons and
IIVI nts notable In South Carolina
During the week three ipa m mot h
parades will paus through tho
streets of Col um ola, thc trades dis
play ?nd float parade, tho floral
parado, featuring tho "Beauty
Queens" from tho various counties,
and tho baby parade. Professional
float builders and decorators from
Now York and Philadelphia have
been busy for weeks preparing for
theBo feature parades.
For more than two months the
citizens of Columbia havo boen busy
aa bees preparing fer this great
week of pleasure, fun and amuse
ment that will not pr?sent a dull
moment from the tim? the merri
ment begins on Monday morning,
March 28, until mldnigit of Satur
day, April 2. ^
The Scotch ? ? Kilties"
A Great Organisation.
Arrangement? have boon mado
for tho appearanco here of tho
world famed "Kilties" band to give
two dally programs when they will
Introduce atl their special features
that have made thom famous. Th?
"Kilties" is recognised as one of the
best musical organizations In the
world. They present muslo o? every
typo, but of course, they oxcol In
the music of the heather. Every
member ls a finished musician, and
a soloist, and the onscmble of tho
band is so harmonious and so de
lightful that tho muslo lovers will
have a raro troat. Tho special fea
tures include a noted Scottish tonor,
bag plpors, Scottish dancers, solo
ists, otc. Just ns they aro presented
in tho highlands ?of Scotlnnd.
For Information of any kind,
write tbt h*ads of tho various
committees, they will be glad to
serve you In any way.
It will be gt?ftt^ don't mts? lt.
Come to Palmafosta,
For Palmafesta Crowds.
Columbia Chamber of Commerce
Conducting H oom Registry. II ??rtela
and Instaurants Will Not
# Hals* Their Rate*.
A special commltteo of Palma
festa association ha? been appoint
ed to look out for the oomfort and
convenience of visitor? during Palm
afesta week, March 28 to April t.
Visitors planning to go to Colum
bia for tho big week may And rea
sonable accommodations by com
municating with tho Columbia
Chamber -of Commerco, whore a Hst
of prlvnto homos and boarding
houses offering ronsonablo rates
1ms been registered.
Restaurants and public dining
rooms havo agreed to make no In
crease In their regular charge.?,
and a special commltteo will see
that this rule ls enforced.
For the convenience of those
planning lo make tho trip to Colum
bia by automobile, special arrange
ments havo been made for parking
cars within tho fair grounds. Cars
so parked will bo safely taken caro
of by special attendants.
The baby parado will bo hold
March 30, ami will be led by a giant
stork. Tho floral parado will bo
held on March 31, and thc trades
display parado on April 1.
\ Tho baby is to bo given particu
lar attention during tho wook, re
ceiving just about ns much atten
tion as tho boautlos now being
chosen In tho various counties, ino
baby adjudged tho most perfect in
tho stato is to receive a prlzo of
Other prises in connection with
tho baby'? part in tho big wook
aro aa follows: Bost decoratod float
in baby's parado, first prize, $60;
second prize, $25. liest docoratcd
baby carriage, first prize, $20; sec
ond, $10. liest decorated doll car
riage in parado $5. Best decorated
bicyclo in parado, $5. Tho oivic
league of Columbia offers a prlzo
of a silver cup to tho bost baby In
Hie) lind county.
In the floral parade, tho prises
will bo as follows: Best decorated
car, $100; second prise, $60; third,
$26; fourth, $16; fifth, $10. with
honorable mention for other cars.
In this floral parade the prise
beauties from tba oountles axe to
Ip the trade? display parade, a
prise of $100 for the bo?t deco
rated float 1? offered; second prise,
$60; third, $25; fourth, $15; fifth. $10,
CHOOSING A QUEEN
By moans of popula.- voting oon
tosts in every count) In South
Carolina one representativo young
woman has boon ohoson in each
of the 46 countlos to represent
her county In the contest for Queon
of Palmafesta. #
Tho young women will be In
Columbia for the big wook as the
guest of the Palmafesta asso
ciation and during tho week tho
general public will be permitted
to select from their number tho
Queon of Palmafosta.
Every admission ticket to the
Palmafosta will entitle tho holder
to ono voto in tho queen contost.
This foaturo promises to bo one
of tho most interesting events o?
?hc week. Tho queen is to re
ceive H grand prlzo of a complote
Spring Outfit, from head to foot.
Moving pictures will be taken ot'
tho queen and lier entlro court.
Tho Columbia . Chamber nf Com
merco will find yon comfortable
rooms at reasonable rut on, write
Como to Palmafosta and forgot
Palmafesta will display the great
est number of different makes of
automobiles over nsscmblcd In the
All Conimbia ls waiting to groot
and entertain you. .
For Information about Pnlma
f cut. , write thc li end .1 of com?
T. E. TOROWBR
W. A. COM3 MAN
W Flnnncc Chairman. _
ll. V. RI.RRIUGE *
Chnlrmnn of Amusements.
J. M. GREEN, SUI.
Exhibit Space Chnlrmnn.
J. M. GREEN, JU.,
Trade? Parado Chairman,
K. WM. CAPPBIJMANN
Floral Parade Chairman.
W. D. LEVER, JR.
Chairman of Committee oa
MUS. T. E). THROWER
Raby Genteel and Raby Parade
S13. NICKE lt SON
lon Show Comm lt ie?
Por Information about hotels,
room* and accommodation*, vnrlt*
??eeretary Columbia Chamber of
just. A large concourse of sorrow-'
ing relatives and friends were pres
ent to pay the last sad tribute to the
-Sacked hulls (full weight i, S"ic.
per 100 pounds. Host yellow C. S.
meal, $2.00 per 100 pounds. C. W. !
& J. E. Bauknight, Walhalla.-adv.
-W. O. White left .Monday morn
ing for Florence, where he will be
for several days attending the State
meeting of the Woodmen of the
-Ex-Sheriff W. M. Kay, of Sen
eca, was in Walhalla Monday for a
short while on '-usiness. This was
the first time wo had seen W. M. in
our town for quito a while, though
it is possible that ho has slipped in
without our knowledge. He is quite
as "fat and sassy" as ever.
-You have had trouble with your
battery, but it was not a Willard. One
Willard will end your battery trou- J
bles. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-adv j
?-A. P. Martin has been commis
sioned as registrar of vital statistics j
for Center township, he having re-1
ceived his commission Feb. 1st. He j
ls very anxious that the vital statis
tics of his section be kept accurately,
and to this end requests all persons
who have knowledge of births and
deaths In that territory to report
samo promptly to him. Mr. Martin
gets hts mall on Westminster Rt. 2.
-Rev A. P. Marett was a recent
visitor to The Courier office, and wo
were glad to learn from him that he
has accepted pastoral work at New
ry, where for the present, year he
will have charge of tho Newry Bap
tist church. Rev. Marett Is one of
the prominent ministers of the Bea
verdam Association, and ho has a
host of friends who wll he glad to
know that ho ha? taken charge of
the important field embraced by the
-Others have been tried and
found wanting. Tho Willai 1 battery
never fails. Hughs Garage, Walhal
-Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lovell, of
Clinton. Iowa, are in Walhalla for
a short while visiting at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. IO. L. Herndon. They
are now on their way home from an
extended visit to Florida, where they
have spout the past winter. They
will spend some three or four weeks
in this part of tho country, visiting
relatives and friends in the upper
section of Oconee and at points In
North Carolina before leaving for
their Iowa home.
- Miss Eloise Strother, In her
usual gracious manner, delightfully
entertained the members of the Paul
Mayne Circle on March 4th. This
was the annual business meeting of
the Circle, and the following officers
were elected for tho coming club
year: Mrs. C. W. Bauknight, presi
dent; Mrs. S. L. Veiner, 1st vice
president; Mrs. C. F. Hetrlck, 2d
vice president; Mrs. C. W. Reid, re
cording secretary; Mrs. J, C. Nev
ille, assistant recording secretary;
Mrs. E. li. Herndon. corresponding
secretary; Miss Hloise Strother, I
treasurer. The hostess, assisted by'
Mrs. J, W. Bell, served a delicious
salad course The Circle will meet ;
with Mrs. .las. il. Darby on Friday,
- Mi.-;* Carrie Darby and Miss
Kant, ol' Centra), spenl last week
end with .Miss Darby's sister, Mrs. M.
-Try our beet pulp for your milk
cow. lt will increase your milk. C.
W. &. J. H. Bauknigllt.-adv.
- Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Allen are
entertaining their second child now
-a boy-who arrived last week, on
March 7th. Mr. Allen, the father, is
a mute, and yet this child is one of
tho very most precocious of which
we have heard. Within a few hours
after its arrival in this world, still
crying lustily, tho sympathetic doc
tor inquired, more to himself than
to the kid, "Baby, is anything hurt
ing you?" and the child quit crying
at once and said absolutely nothing.
- It is now County Auditor Ralph
M. Pike. Mr. Pike received bis com
mission some time ago, and on the
opening day of the recent session of
Court he assumed the duties of the
office. He had been for several weeks
familiarizing himself with tho rou
tine work of tho olilce, and he has
made a host of friend" here during
! the short time he bas been among
the people of Walhalla. On the same
day that Mr. Pike assumed the du
ties of his office, Ex-Auditor D. A.
Smith was sworn in as Dope i y Clerk
- Easter cards, stationery, can
dies. Norman's Drug Store, Walhal
la.-ad v.-10-1. 1,
I -Little Fay. (he three-year-old
i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Can
I troll, of Bosnian, X. C., died at (heir
! home on March 2, 1921. after an
illness of two weeks from maesles,
which turned into pneumonia. All
that i( was possible to do for (he
lillie sufferor was dom?, but to no
avail, and Cod called the little one
to be with Him. Funeral services
wen- conducted hy Bev. A. .1. Man
ley and the little body was quietly
laid to rest in the old Toxaway corn
el cry lo a wa i I ibo resurrection day.
Tho bereaved ones, who are known
lo many in Coonee, have (he sym
pathy of all in (heir sorrow.
-Tho best is Hie cheapest, and
that is the Willard. Hughs Carago,
-Last Saturday afternoon, after
the inquest before tho Coroner wa^
completed. Mrs. Della Cantrell, wini
v *.s before the jury on an Investiga
tion in regard to the finding of thc
body of a dead child,which Mrs. Can
trell was alleged to have disposed
of by throwing into a swampy place
n short distance from tho highway
while out on an automobile drive
and which was admitted hy her, sh<
was released from custody, the jur>
being unable to lind any evidencf
tending to show (hat the child was
alive when born. The case attracted
considerable Interest locally.
Make Eversfield Hog-Tight
Good Fencing protects your live stock and growing crops.
Alter harvest you can pasture fields as desired. From year
to year you can rotate crops scientifically. In fact, good fenc
ing is essential to modern, profitable farming.
Electrically Welded Farm Fencing
helps put farming on a business basis. It puts fields
entirely under your control, enabling you to farm
( them most profitably.
/ There are heights and designs of "Pittsburgh Perfect" fencing
?i for every farm purpose. It is a perfected fence of uniform
fi; high quality, and every rod guaranteed. The electrical .weld
R makes it a one-piece steel fabric of great strength and dura
? fcUity AScc us for your fencing, barbad wire, staples, etc.
' C. W. Pitchford,
- Finest cabbage plants, 25 cts.
Norman's Drug Store, Walhalla.
- Miss Ida Pitchford, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam (5. Pitchford, of Green
ville, spent the past week-end with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. N.
-Some time last. Saturday night
the store of .lohn W. Oliver, near
(own, was broken open hy parties at
present unknown, who ?tole ono '18
pound sack of Hour (ind one 24
pound sack of Hour, between eight
and len dollars in pennies, a quan
tity of cigars, candy, crackers, etc.
During tho same night (ho Coneross
Exchange store, known to many ns
Barker's store, was also entered and
candy, crackers, chewing gum, etc.,
were taken in some quantity. The
?store safe was taken from the build
ing and rolled some 50 feet into (ho
grove Just back of (ho store, where
[efforts were made to loosen Ibo lock
j plate, a goose-neck hoe having been
I used in this endeavor. The safe was
j loo much for them, however, nnd
it was intact when found Sunday
morning. No arrests have been made
in either of these house-breaking
- Pest patent flour, $10.00 bar
rel. Hutchison Bros., West Union, S.
I C.- adv.
Othor Locals on Fourth Page.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that un
der the authority vested in nie by
the Internal Revenue Laws of the
United States, one Essex Roadster
Automobile. Motor No. 46546,which
was captured in Oconee County on
tho 5th day of March, 1921, while
being used transporting alcoholic
liquors, will be declared forfeitod to
(ho United Slates thirty days after
tho first publication of this notice.
Any and all persons having any claim
in or (o said automobile must fllo
(hem with Ibo undersigned on or be
fore the dato above named.
March 16, 1921. 1 l-l 3
NOTICE AS TO FILING COUNTY/
All persons holding claims against
Oconee County will please tako no
tice that, same must be in tho hands
Of the Clerk of the Hoard, duly item
ized and sworn lo, not later than tho
Thursday before the First Friday
in each month, or they will bo laid
over until (he next meeting of tho
Hoard. This ls a positivo require
ment and will be strictly enforced.
J. C. SHOCKLEY,
J, B. S. DENDY, Clerk. 9-13