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And Cost It Shall Be!
A PLATN STATEMENT OE FACTS
During thc many years that wc have been in business in Seneca, wc have conscientiously avoided spectacular methods and pursued our way with precision and
zeal. We have endeavored at all times to buy at the lowest price dependable goods and sell them in turn at fair and honest prices. We have in a measure ac
complished our expectations, and with thc opening of the New Year wc will enter upon the next lap of our well designed plans. Facts are easily explained?,,
friends, and here's how: After January 1st, we will handle EXCLUSIVELY Men's Furnishings, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes, Hosiery, Etc..
Between now and that date we propose to sell, AT COST PRICE everv yard of piece goods in this store. It is not necessary for us. to quote prices here*
You are familiar with the prices of Silks, Crepe de Chine, Cheviots, Percales, Outings, Canton Flannel, Wool Goods and White Goods such as sold here and.
elsewhere for months, and you may judge your saving by coming to this store and seeing our COST for yourself. Everything not related to what weare to
handle after January 1st must go. Everything! Ladies' Suits and Children's Coats, Ladies' and Children's Underwear, Ladies' Waists,;and all Ladies' Ready
to-Wear is reduced in this close out sale. Come early and get first pickings. The stock must and will go at actual wholesale cost,, purchased at the low
est market price. J* J> J* ?6 j> jt, j* 4*? ?4M . 4*
We are grateful for past liberal patronage and want to continue to serve you after Jan. 1st? at MARETT'S GENT'S? FURNISHINGS-, andi
SHOE STORE. You can now buy Hart-Sehaffner fi? Marx Clothes here at a saving price, and we.solicit your
business, J* Every Suit Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction or Your Money Back.
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IN THE CENTER OF A GOOD TOWN,
SENECA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
TRUSTEE'S SA lils OF HEAL
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
By direction of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, in the case of Mrs. Mary
M. Holler and others, Plaintiffs,
against J. K. Holler and others, D?
fendants, 1 will offer for salo, to the
highest bidder, on MONDAY, the 2d
doy of JANUARY, 19 22, the follow
ing described real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, containing eighty-two acres,
more or loss, situate, lying and be
ing on Holly Branch, waters of Choe
atoe Creek, of Tuga\?o River, in Cen
ter Township, Oconee County, South
Carolina, adjoining lands of L. L.
Jarrard, R. H. Land, and lands for
merly of J. K. Heller and Mrs. W. H.
Cole, this being the same tract of
land conveyed to Mrs. Mary M. Hleler
by J. P. Koese by his deed dated Oct.
15, 1909, recorded In Deed Book
KK.page 141, less 5 1-5 acres "hereto
fore sold to Mrs. M. .Emma Seay.
TERMS OF SAL/E-One-third cash
and balance in three equal annual
payments, with 8 per cent interest
from Jan. 1, 1922, secured by bond
and mortgage of the promises, which
note shalt provide for ten per cent
as attorney fee In case the note shall
be placed with an attorney for col
We have the
and Used Autos
rare bargains foi
Terms with proj
One New 5-Passenger M<
The present selling" price of
One Olds 6-Cyl., 5-Pass
Good Tires and in Good Rc
One Dort 5 Passenger M<
condition, for $500.00
One Dort 5-Passenger, Ni
pense will make it a good C
lection, or collected through Court.
J. R. EARTJE,
' Trustee for Mary M. Heller.
Dec. 14, 1921. 50-52
The State of South Carolina, Coun
ty of Oconee.-(In Court of Probate)
-By V. P. MARTIN, Esq., Probate
Judge.-Whereas, R. T. Burton has
made suit to me to grant him Let
ters of Administration of the Estate
of and Effects of Mrs. Susan A. Dick
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred, and creditors of the said Mrs.
Susan A.Dickson, Deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be hold at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on Wednesday, the 28th day of De-1
cembor, 1921, after publication here
of, at ll o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why
tho said Administration should not
Given under my hand and seal this
13th day of December, A. D. 1921.
V. P. MARTIN.
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co., S.C.
j Published on the 14th and 21st
j days of December, 19 21, In The Keo
! wee Courier, and on tho Court House
door for the time prescribed by law.
Dec. 14, 1921. 50-51
that we offer at
* either Cash or
ixwcll Touring Car, $750.00.
this Car is $975.00.
louring, (1919 Model), with
;pair, for $500.00.
?del 15, (1920) in excellent
[odel ll, (1919); small cx
ar, for $300.00.
6 and Furniture Co..
a, S. C.
COUNTY CLAIMS APPKCVED. I
The following listed claims wero j
audited and approved against Oco- ?
nee County hy tho Supervisor and his
Board, at their mooting held on the
2d day of December, 1921:
J. C. Shockley.$ 133.34
W. H. Simmons. 12.50
W. R. Hunt. 12.50
J. B. S. Dendy. 37.50
W. J. Schroder . 25.00
L. C. Speares. 150 . 00
R. H. Alexander. 55.55
Ralph M. Pike . 55.55
W. M. Alexander. 175.00
Gus Sullivan . 90.00
W. L. Littleton . .. 111.1.1
O. A. Hunnicutt. 111.11
W. A. Lawlesi . 111.11
W. R. Cobb . 58.33
V. P. Martin . 16.6T
M. T. Hughs. 25.00
W. M. Dillard . 25.00
A. P. Grant. 25.00
L. C. Graham. 10.42
W. M. Cobb . ;. 12.50
F. W. Bowon. 12.50
J. L. Reeder.12.50
J. Perry Garner . 49.98
J. C. King ............ 30.00
Miss Ethel L. Counts. ... 119.31
Total for Salaries.$ 1,477.48
Sullivan Hdw. Co.$ 216.60
M. J. Miller, Sec'y (Insur
ance) . 135.30
Total for Pub. Bldg8..$ 351.90
W. M. Alexandor.$ 104.20
V. F. Martin. 20.00
Dr. C. M. Walker. 17.00
Dr. John J. Thodo. 10.^0
Total for Lunacy.% 151.20
R. H. Alexander, Treas..$ 1700.00
Grand Total .$:t,OHO.BH
J. C. SHOCKLEY,
J. B. S. DENDY, Supervisor,
Death Calls T. E. Clark.
Fair Play, Dec. 12.-Special: A
sad death occurring In our commu
nity was that of T. IO. Clark, which
occurred last Saturday night. Dec.
3d. Death came some time in ibo
carly hours of Sunday morning, as
bc was apparently in his usual good
health when ho retired. Intornfnt
was at tho Reavordam cometory on
Monday afternoon. Mr. Clark leaves
a widow, ono brother and two sis
ters and a number of other relatives
and a host of friends to mourn hla
(loath. To the bereavod ones ls ox
tendod tho sincero sympathy of Ibo
J on ?ir?? community.
r?anos /? Urgaas A
BIGGEST REDACTION EITER MADE
Music Is Educational-Prices Ar? ItigM-Christmas
Is Near-Buy Now!!
PIANOS and PLAYERS AS FOLLOWS;
HIGH GRADE STRICHE.Wa* $,750.00-Now $330.00
A HT STYLE HAMMOND. . Wa?. $050.00~-N?w $200.00
SWEET TONE CAl.UASJ.d-..Wa?. $000.00-Now $275.00
POPULAR MILTON...WM* $325.00>- Now $105.00
GILBERT.Via*. $800.00-Now $180.00
P. HA DLL Pli A Y ER._W.UH $8<Mk00)-Now $805.00
PHONOGRAPHS AS FOLLOWS
EDISON PHONOGRAPH, wiUi 24 ]
Records and un Attachment for - Wu? $iUa.0O-Now $105.00.
phiylng Victor Hccotxls- J
COLPMH1A......Waa $ 55.00-Now $ 15.W
PATH li....... Wae $.105.00-Now $ 05,00
PATHE. ..Wa? $175.00-Now $ 89,00
PATHE. .Wa? $185.00-Now $ 00.00
PATHE.Wa? $ 05.00-Now $ 85.00
25 PATHE RECORDS FREE WITH ANY PATHE MACH.IND
WHILE OUR STOCK OF PA THE RECORDS LASTS!
ORGANS AS FOLLOWS:
ORGANS..........Were $155.0O-Now $l)5.0O.
OKGANS.Were $185.00-Now $75*00
ORGANS.Were $125.00--Now $?5.00
GOOD SECOND-HAND ORGANS.? . ...$25.00 and Pp?
-DKOP-HKAD DAVIS SEWING MACHINE
Was $l>H.OO-Sow $it?.00.
Sale Begun Friday , December 9th.
SENECA, S. C.