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Master's Sal?s
V ATATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OCONEE.
In Court of Common Ploaa.
Pursuant to decrees of tho afore
said Court, In the cases named be
low, I will offer for sale, to i)he high
est bidder, lu front of the Court
, House door, at Walhalla, South Car
olina, on MONDAY, the 3d day of
APRIL, 1922, between the legal
hours of sale, the tracts and lots of
land below described:
V. M\ Babb, Plaintiff,
against
Mary L. Cary and Whitner L. Cary,
Defendants.
No. 1.
All those lots of land, situate in
the County of Oconee, ?tato of South
Carolina, within or near the corpo
rate limits of the Town Of Seneca,
being Numbers 1 to 8, Inclusive, in
Block A, according to a plat of the
Estate of John C. Cary, made by R.
E. Dalton, April, 1921, and having
' the following metes and bounds, ac
cording to said plat: Beginning at
a point at the corner of S. 4th and S.
Depot Streets and running thence
with S. Depot Street, S. 6.20 E. 418
foot to a point at the southeast cor
ner of said Lot No. 8 on S. 5 th
Street; thence with last named street
end line of Lot No. 8 S. 83.40 W. 209
feet to southwest corner of said lot;
thence N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to a point
on S. 4th Street; thence with last
named street and lino of Lot No. 1,
209 feet to the beginning. These be
ing part of the lands devised to the
Defendants under the will of the
said John C. Cary.
r No. 2.
All thoso lots of land situate in
the County of Oconee, in the State
aforesaid, within or near the corpo
rate limits of the Town of Seneca,
and being numbered 1 to 14, inclus
ive, in Block B, according to a plat
of the Estate of John C. Cary, made
hy R. E. Dalton, April, 1921, having
, the following metes and bounds as
shown by said plat: Beginning at a
point at the northeastern corner of
eald Lot No. 14 and at the Intersec
tion of S. 6th and S. Depot Streets,
and running thence with last named
street S. 6.20 'E. 418 feet to south
east cornor of Lot No. 7; thence wltb
lines of Lots No. 7 and No. 6 and
with 8. 6th Street S. 83.40 W. 418
feet to a point on S.Townvllle Street;
thence with said fl. Townvllle Street
N. 6.20 W. 313.r feet to northwest
corner of Lot,No. 1; thence with line
of Lot No. 1, N. 83.4.0 B. 209 feet tc
a point at the Intersection of Loti
Nbs. 1, 12 and 13; thence N. 6.20 W
i 104.6 feet to S. 6th Street; thence
with said street and with line of Lot
No. 14, 209 feel to the beginning
Thoso lots being .part of the landi
devised to Mary L. Cary and Whltnei
TA Cary under the will of John C
Cary.
No. 3;
All those lots of land situate in th<
1 State aforesaid, In Oconee County
and within or near the corporat?
Upilts of tho Town of (Seneca, desig
n?ted as Lots Nos. 1 to 12, Inclusivo
in Block C, on a plat of Jhp lands o
John C. Cary, made by tl. E. Dalton
April, 1921, and having the follow
lng metes and bounds; as shown b:
said plat: Beginning at a point a
intersection of S. Depot and S. 6tl
Streets, being a corner of said Lo
No. 12, and running thence with S
Depot Street S. 6.20 E. 418 feet t<
S. 7th Street; thence with last name?
street and Unes of Lots 6 and 4 S
83.40 W 4.18 feet to S. Townvllh
Street; thence with S. Townvllh
Street N. 6.20 W. 209 feet to north
west corner of Lot No.' 1; thenc?
with line of Lot No. 1 N. 83.40 E
209 feet to joint corners of Lots 1
8 and 9 ; thence with lines of Lots 9
10, ll and 12, N. 6.20 W. 209 fee
to S. 6th Street; thence with las
named street N. 83.40 E. 209 feet ti
the beginnlag. These lots being par
of-the lands devised to said Defend
ants under the will of John C. Cary.
v No. 4.
All those parcels or .lots of lani
situate in the County Of Oconee, li
the flute aforesaid, and within o
near the corporate limits of the Tow:
of ! Seneca, being designated as Let
t 1 to 10, Inclusive, in Block D, ac
cotdlng to a plat made hy 'R, E. Dal
ton, April, 1921, ot lands o'/ the El
tate of John C. Cary, and havin
the following metes and hounds a
shown by said plat: Beginning at
point, northwest somer of Lot N<
1 and at the intersection of fl. Towr
> ville and S. 7th Streets, and rennin
thence with fl. 7th Street and wit
lines of said Lot? i -sd 10.N. 33.4
E. 418 feet .tb a point at the lntei
section of last named street and *
Depot Street; thence with S. Depc
Street S. 20 E. 236.8 feet to ?outr
east corner of Lot No. 6; thence wit
line of Lots No. 6 and No. $ S. 64.3
W: 294.4 feet to S. Townvill
Street; thence with said street an
line of Lot NO. 6 N. 58.02 W. 17
feet to a point In line of Lot 6
thence N. 6.20 W. 126 feet to fl. 7t
Street; thence with last named stree
and with line of Lots 1 and 10 *
83/4 0 E. 418 feet to the boglnntni
These lots being part of the land
deyised to the said Defendants muk
tho'will of John C. Cary.
No. 5.
All those lots of land situate 1
the State of South Carolina, In tl
Coiitny of Oconee, and within or net
tho corporate limits of the Town <
Senoca, hoing designated as Lots
to 6, Inclusive, In Block E, and bi
lng all of the lots In snld Block 1
and having tho following metes an
hounds, according to a plat of ti
Estate of John C. Cary, made by 1
E. Dalton, September, 1920: Bogil
ning at a point, NW. cornor of Li
No.-I, also cornor of S. Depot and
7 th'Streets, and running thence wll
S. Depot Street S. 6.20 E. 209 fe
' to a point at SW. cornor of Lot N
3; thence along lines of Lots''3 at
4, N. 64.36 E. 422.2 feet to 8. Wa
nut Street; thence with S. Walm
Street N. 6.20 W. 64.5 feet to S. 71
Street; thence with S. 7th Street
83.40 W. 418 feet to the beginnln
TheBO lots being part of tho lands d
vised to us under, tho will of Jol
C. Cary.
All those-lots ot land situate In
the ?tate.aforesaid, in the County of
?)coneo, and in or near the corporate
imita of tho Town of Seneca, hoing
designatedas(Lets 1 to.ic, inclusive,
In Block F. and hoing all, of the lots
in. this block, according to plat of
th? lands of the Estate of John C.
Cary, made by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920,: and having the following
metes and bounds as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in line of
Lot No. 16 and at the corner of said
lot and of 8. 6th Street and s. Wal
nut Street, and running thence with
line of last named street S. 6.20 E.
418 feet to S. 7th Street; thence with
S. 7th Street and linea of Lots 9 and
8 S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S. Depot
Street; thence with S. Depot Street
N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S. 8th Street;
thence with S. 6th Street N. 83.40 E.
418 feet to the beginning. These lots
being part of the lands devised to the
Defendants under the will of John
?. Cary.
No. 7.
All those lots of land situate in
the State aforesaid, In the County
of Oconee, and in or near the corpo
rate limits of the Town of Seneca,
being designated at Lots 1 to 16, In
clusive, In Block O, and being all of
the lots In this block, according to
a plat of the lands of the Estate of
John C. Cary, made by R. ?E. Dalton,
September, 1920, and having the fol
lowing metes and bounds as shown
by said "Plat: Beginning at a point
in line of Lot No. 16 and at the cor
ner of said lot and of S. 6th and S.
Walnut Streets, and running thence
with line of last named street S. 6.20
E. 418 feet to S. 6th Street; thence
with S. 6th Street and lines of Lots
9 and 8 S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S.
Depot Street; thence with S. Depot
Street N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S. 6th
Street; thence with S. 5th Streot N.
83.40 E. 418 feet to tho beginning.
These lots being part of the lands de
vised to Defendants under the will
of John C. Cary.
No. 8.
All those lots of land situate in
the State aforesaid, in the County of
Oconee, and in or near the corporate
limits of the Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lots 1 to 16, inclusive,
In Block H, and being all of the lots
In this block, according to a plat of
the lands of the Estate of John C.
Cary, made by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having the following
metes and bounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in line of
Lot No. 16 and at the corner of said
lot and S. 4th Street and S. Walnut
Street, and running thence with line
of last named street S. 6.20E.418
feet to S. 6th Street; thence with S.
5 th Street and linos of Lots 9 and 8
S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S. Depot
Street; thence with S. Depot Street
N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to 8. 4th Street;
thence with S. 4th Street N. 83.40 E.
418 feet to the beginning, These lots
being part of the' landa devised to tho
Defendants under the will of .John
C. Cary. ' *
No. 9.
All those lots of mud situate in thc
State aforesaid, in" the County of
Oconee, in or near tho corporate lim
its of tho Town of Seneca, being des
ignated us Lots 1 to 16, inclusive,
in Block I, and being all of the lot?
in'this block, according to' a plat' ot
the lands ot the ?Estate of John C.
Cary, made by R. 'E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having the following
metes and bounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in Un?
of Lot No. 16 and at the corner ol
said lot and of S. 4 th Street and S
Cherry Street and running thence
with line of last ramed street S. 6.2C
E. 418 feet to S. 5th Street; thence
with S. 6th Street and lines of Lott
9 and 8 S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S
Walnut Street; thence with S. Wal
nut Street N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S
4th Street; thence with S. 4th Street
N. 83.40. E.. 418 feet to the begin
ning. These lots being part of th?
lands devised to the Defendants ns
der the will of John C. Cary.
No. 10.
All of those lots of land situate it
the state aforesaid,' in the County o:
Oconee, and in or near the corporate
limits of the Town of Seneca, beim
designated as Lota 1 te 16; inclusive
In Bloek J, and being all of the loti
in this block, according to a plat o
the lands of the Estate ot John C
Cary, made by R. E. pelton, Septem
her, 1920, and having the foUowim
metes and bounds as shown hy salt
plat: Beginning at a point In lin?
of Lot No. 16 and at the cerner o
said lot and ot S. 6th and S. Cherr:
Streets, and maning thence with lin
of last nam?d ?trect S. S.20 S. 411
feet to S. 6th Street; thence with fi
6 th Street and lines of Lots 9 and 8
S. 83.40 W, 418 feet to Waluu
Street; thence with S .Walnut Stree
N. 6.20 W. 4?8 feet to S. 6th Street
thence with S. 5th Street N. 83.40 E
418 feet to beginning. These lot
being part of the lands devised t
Defendants under the will of John C
Cary.
No. ll.
All those lots of land situate in th
State aforesaid, in the County o
Oconee, and in or near the corporat
limits of th? Town of Seneca, beim
designated at Lots 1 to 16, inclu
sive, in Block K, and being all of th
lots in this block, according to a pla
of the lands of tho Estate of John C
Cary, made by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having the followln
motes and bounds, as shown by sal
plat: Beginning at a point in Un
of Lot No. 16 and at the corner o
said lot and of S. 6th Street and ?
Cherry Street, and running thenc
with, lino of last named street S. 6.2
E. 393 feet; thence with line of Lo
9, S. 64.36'W. 73 feet; thence wi
S. 7th Stroet and Unes of Lots 9 an
8, S. 83.40 W. 349 feet to S. Walnu
Street; thence N. 6.20 W. with Un
of S. Walnut Street 418 feet to ?
6th Streot; thence with S. 6th Stret
N. 83.40 E. 418 feot to beginnlnj
Those lots being port of tho lands th
vised to the Defendants under th
will of John C. Cary.
The above lots will bo sold I
blocks, according to plat of ^ame, an
the plat will be exhlbltod at tho sal?
Plat now on file in -Master's Office.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH. Tht
should any purchaser of said lan
?Ml^to^omplF with Ms ?>id within ?
reasonable ; time, the Mas tor shall re?
aell th? same upon the same or some
eubaoquont Salesday, at the risk ot
the former purchaser, and shall con
tinue to re-sell until the purchaser
Shall comply with his bid.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Mastor. for Ocone? vCounty, S. C.
. March, io, 1922. 11-13
Anderson Real- Estate and Invest
ment Company, a Corporation,
Plaintiff,
against
Jesse B. King, L. D. King, Westmin
ster OH and Fertilizer Company, a
Corporation; Garabrell Holland,
Farmers and Merchants Bank, a
Corporation; Anderson 'Phosphate
and Oil Company, a Coropratlon,
Defendants.
AH. that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, containing fifty-two
and one-eighth (52 1-8) acres, more
or less, situate, lying and being on
the public road leaning from the
Town of Westminster to the Town
of Walhalla, about two miles north
of the Town of Westminster, in Tu
galoo Township, County of Oconee,
State of South Carolina, designated
as Lot No. 3, 23 7-8 acres, and Lot
No. 4, 28 1-4 acres, on plat of land
of the estate of Mrs. E. J. Jenkins,
made by C. C. Myers, Surveyor, May
28th, 1918, being bounded on the
north , and northeast by lands of T.
N. Carter, and Lot No. 2, on plat
above referred to, on the southeast
by the public road leading from
Westminster to Walhalla, which sep
arates it from Lot No. 7, on plat
above referred to, now owned by S.
P. Jenkins; on the south byJLot No.
6, on plat above referred tb, now
owned by S. P. Jenkins, and on the
weBt of ,T. N. Consett, and being the
same tr?ct of land conveyed to the
said Jesse.B. King by the said Ander
son Real Estate and Investment Com
pany by'deed dated June 25 th, 1918,
said deed being filed for record in
the office of the Clerk of Court for
Oconee County.
TDRJMS OP SALE--CASH. That
in the event of the purchaser falling
to comply with the terms ot the sale
within five days from day of sale,
the Master do re-advertise and re
sell said premises on the following
Saleday or some convenient S?leday
thereafter, at the same place.and on
the same terms, at the risk of the
former bidder, and that he continue
so to do until he shall have found a
purchaser who complies with tho
terms of sale.
This sale 1B made subject to the
mortgage given by Jesse B. King to
the Federal Land Bank bf Columbia
for Fifteen Hundred Dollars, dated
Juno 26th, 19H8, recorded in (Mort
gage Book VV, at Page 85, Oconee
County.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
;and stamp W. O. WHITE,
. Master for Oconee County,,S. O.
n 'March 16, 192.2. . . 11-13; '
>. S. L. Shirley. (Plaintiff,
against
E. P. Bruce, Defendant.
All that cortaln pieco, parcel or
tract of land lylug, being and situate
in Center Township, Oconee County,
South Carolina, On branches of Lit
tle Beaverdam Creek, waters of Tu
galoo River, adjoining lands of Jos
eph Grant, C. L. Osborne and sons,
Gus McPhall, P. A. Grant, James
Bruce, Pine Grove Graded School, et
al., containing One Hundred Fifty
four and one-tenth (154 1-10) acres,
more or less. For a more particular
description reference is invited to a
plat of said land made by C. C. My?
ers, Surveyor, on October 1, 1918, I,
(E. P. Bruce,) owned' a one-third
(1-3) undivided interest in this tract
of land and J. S. Smith and <L. 8.
H?rton have this day (June 30th,
1920,) conveyed to me (E.-P. Bruce)
a two-thirds (2-3) undivided inter
est in same, and this mortgage is
given to secure the purchase price
of this interest. '<
TERM8 OF SALE-CASH. That
(n event of failure of the purchaser,
Or purchaser e. to oom ply wjjth th?
terms ot sale within, five days, from
day of sale, the 'Master do re-adver
tise and re-sell ?aid premises on the
following s ales day, pr some conven
ient Salesday thereafter, at the sam?
place and on the sams terms as here*
tofore set out, at the risk of the for
mer purchaser, er purchasers, and
that he do continu? so to do an ttl he
has found a purchaser, or purchas
ers, who ..comply with th? terms of
siva.
Purchaser to pay ?atra tor deed
ana stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconee County, 8. C.
March 16, 1922. 11-18
W. P. Nimmons, Plaintiff,
against
E. W. Cox and Florence Cox 'Mooro,
Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, situate, lying and be
ing in Oconee County, State ot South
Carolina, containing One Hundred
Fifty (160) acres, more or less,
bounded on the north by lands of
Henry Price and Estate of <E. K.
Miller, on the east by lands of Estate
of E. K. Miller and Mrs. James Fred
ericks, on the south by lands of
Johnson Wright, Edwin Sanders and
Conneross Creek, and on the west by
lands of Seneca Power Company and
Conneross Creek, and being all of
the lands owned by E. W. Cox and
Mis. Florence Cox Moore, and desig
nated in mortgage given by them to
W. P. Nimmons on the 1st day of
April, 1919, and on the 29th day'of
O.'tober, 1920, and duly recorded.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH. That
in event of failure of the purchaser,
or purchasers; to comply with the
terms of salo within fivo dtays from
dtey of ?*alo, the Master do re-adver
; 'Use and re-ooll said promises on
the f< Bowing Salesday, or some
i convenient ,.Salesday thoreaflter, at
I tho aamo ola co and on the same
' torms as heretofore set out, at
the risk of the former purchaser,
or purchasers, and 'that ho do
continue so to (ho until .he has
found a purchaser, or purchasers,
j who comply .with the terms of sale.
The said premise is sold subject
to the lien of prior mortgage by E,
-r.-.o.
IrV/QX/f?'' .'/.ci., -7 ?>.., V.:
Wv GO*, and-Mrs;- Florence Cox Moore
to thornton Central tafe Insur?nce
C.ompMy, ot Olnolnnatl,- Ohio, of
date--tifie 10 th day of September,
19W??r.the sum of $1,600.00, with
Interest tt'?pji date nt the rate ot 8
pci\i;$ut .per annum, said mortgage
being recorded In the Clerk's Office,
Oconee County, S C., on the 16th day
of September, 1913', in (Mortgage
Book? JO, Page 174.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
a M stamp W. O. WHITE;
Must*- 'or Ocohee County, S. C.
Mai1 A 16, 1922. 11-13
j J. R, Earle, Secretary-Treasurer of
tho Walhalla National Farm 'Loan
Association, a Corporation,
.Plaintiff,
against
Burton ^alloway, Anderson 'Phos
phate .md Oil Company, a Corpo
ration, Defendants.
Ali that pjece, parcel or tract of
-land, sit nato and being In Oconee
County, stale of South Carolina, con
taining Ninety-four acres, more or
less, being bounded on the north by
lands, of A. VI. Galloway, II. A. Nlch
Iole, tin tho east hy Duncan Heirs, on
tho south and east by Mrs. <M. J. Mc
Carey, on the west by Tom Long.
I-Recorded In Book UU, Page 344, In
tho Clor k's Office of Oconee County.
TERMS OP SALE:-CASH. That
hi ovoiu or failure of the purchaser
?or purchasers, to comply with the
torms of sale within, five days from
day of K-lo, the -Master do re-adver
tlso and re-sell said premises on the
following Salesrtay, or some conven
ient jSalo?day thereafter, at the same
plano and on the same terms as here
tofore POI ont, at the risk of the for
mer pur. iKuter, or purchasers, and
that he do >nUnuo so to do until he
hn<j fou';-! a purchaser, or purchas
er?, wh> comply with the terms of
stile.
This land is sold subject to the
Hen of tho 'Federal Land Bank of
Columbia for the sum of Fifteen
(Hundred Hollars, with interest add
ed.
Purchaser to pay extra for de*d
[and stamp. W. O. WHITE.
Mast?:: tor Oconee Councy, 3. C
March 15, 1922. 11-13
ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty
ty IV MEMORIAM. ty
ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty
In Memory of Mr. Israel Good.
, We; tho Deacons of Rocky Knoll
Baptist Church; wish to express our
deep gr!of tor the lore of our dear
Brother- Deacon, Mr. I. Good, whom
God in His wisdom has seen flt to
dall from earthly service to his home
ejbove. Therefore, be lt resolved: -
j 1. That the Church and Sunday
School have suffered a great loss, but
vc know that our loss ls his eternal
?alu. .' '. . ?
i 2. That his gentle Christian char
acter. o,iul oared, him to. the-commu
nity in whjih he lived.
! 3. ?hat' we extend our heartfelt
sympajtyy to .'the bereaved ones in'
thelr. eVe^ftBctlon, and point thom
to a loving Father, who doos not will
ingly ojttiict His children. May. tho
IjLuiu i/,e?b, comfort and sustain each
j sorrowing loved one and friend.
4. Tpat we dovote a page ot our
Record to his memory.
(Signed), W. S. Blanchett,
Knight Thompson,
E, D. Simpson,
S. M. Morton,
Deacons of Rocky Knoll Church.
U? .. L. M. Lyda,
' - Pastor.
-(|)
?In loving Metmefy of Our Dear
Mother, who Died at Walhalla,
S. C., on March 4th, 10211.
Wo miaa thee from our home, dear
mother. v
Wo miss thee'from, thy place;
A shad ow*'o'er our life ls cast
Wc miss the sunshine of thy faee.
Wo ml'vt hy kind and .Willing hand,
Th? fond and ?aruest care;
Oar home is dark without thee
Wo miss thee everywhere.
Dear- ; mother, thoa hast left ns,
Atm onr lois we deeply feel,
But 'tis God that has bereft ne
lle <?a all oar sorrows heal.
Tet >in we hope to meet thee,
When the day of life ls ?ed,
When in Heaven with Joy to greet
thee, .
Where no farewell tear is shed.
IA precious one. from us. has gone,
A roke we loved is stilled ;
?A pi'wu- ls. vacant In our home,
Ci HUN loo Street, Walhalla, S. O.)
Which never can he filled.
God in Hts wisdom has recalled
Tho boon His love had given,
?And though the body alumbers here,
Th? soul ls safe In <Heaven.
Precious mother, thou hast left us
Loft us, ye?, forever more.
But wc hope to meet our loved one
On that bright and happy shore. ''
Lom 'y tho house, and aad the hours,
Since our dear one has gone
But, oh ! a brighter home than ours
In j loavon is now hor own.
Farowell, dear mother, sweet thy
rest,
Weary with years and worn with
pain;
Farewell till in some happy place
"Wo ?hall behold thy face again.
'Tis oura to miss thoe, all our years,
And teador memories of thee keep,
Thin'1 In tho Lord to rest, for so
Ho giveth -His beloved sleep.
Dearest father and motlur, thou hast
le.'t tts,
And our loss we deeply feel,
But 'tis our dod that hast bereft us;
.He can all our sorrows heal.
Yet again we hope to moet thee,
When the'day of life is fled,
Whon in Heaven with Joy to groot
thoo,
Wh^ro no farewell tear ts shed.
Zora Poole.
Greenville, S. C., March 4, 1922.
"La Marseillaise," the French na
tional an thom, was composed at
Strasburg.
The Salton Son of California ls
twice as salty BB the ocean,
Strictly Honest,
?. ? rr-?r . ? . I
fOur Dumb ?Animais.)
I give you your price,'.' tho stranger
remarked; ?
Your honesty pays you, of course;
You've said, fair enough, he's blind
In one eye
Does anything else ail the horse?"
Wa-al, ya-as," drawled the farmer,
gripping the bills,
"I'll be strictly honest with you.
ve told you the horse is blind in
one eye- v
He's blind In the other eye, too."
CITATION NOTICE.
The State of South Carolina, Coun
of Oconeo.-(In Court of Probate)
-By V. P. MARTIN, Esq., Probate
Judge. -i Whereas, Mrs. Bessie S.
Lowry has made suit to me to grant
her Letters of Administration of tho
Estate ot and Effeots of C. S. Lowry,
Deceased
These are; therefore, to otto and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and cr?dito s of the said C. G.
LOWRY, DECEASED, that they be
and appear before me in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
on TUESDAY, the 21st day of
March, 1923J after publication "here
of, at ll o'clock In the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not
be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
7th day of March, A. D. 1922.
V. P. MARTIN,
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co., 3.C.
Published on the 8th and 15th
days of March, 1922, in The Keowee
Courier, and on the Court House
door for the time prescribed by law.
March 8, 1922. . 10-11
CITATION NOTICE.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.-(In Court ot
Probate.)-By V. P. Martin, Judge
of Probate.-Whereas, W. J. Schro
der has made suit to me to grant him
Loiters of Administration of the
Estate ot and Effects of T. E. Alex
ander, Deceased
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish ali and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said T. E. Alex
ander, Deceased, that they ba and
appear before me, in the Court ol
Probate, to be held at Walhalla Court !
House, South Carolina, on Thursday,
the 23d day of March, 1922, after
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lot of expense and wast
ness? we can keep ot
what we buy, and be a
price on our goods to til
JM AFTER FEBRl
we will close our credit!
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our books by that time?
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at once
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buying? for we will be ?
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publication- hereof r to show eau s a, i f
any they have, why the said Admin
istration should not be. granted.
tM ven ?under my hand and seal this
9th day of March, A. D. 1922.
(Seal.) V. P. MARTIN,
Judge of Probate for Oe on oe County,
South Carolina. ,
Published on th? 15th and 22d
days of March, 1922, in The.Keowee
Courier, and on the Court House
door for tho time proscribed by law.
March 15, 1922. 11-12
Land for Sale.
As my health la falling, I
now offer for salo my Long
Crook Property, adjoining tho
liOng Creek Academy property.
This land has a good public road
along and through it and Hes
near the National Highway
leading from Clayton, Ga., to
, Westminster, 8. C.
Tho above land consists of
about 800 acres.
I also Iiavo about 400 acres,
known as the J. H. Cannon
Store House Land and tho N.
Phillipa Place. This land can
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half from tho National High
way. I have about 80O good,
bearing apple trees on this land
i and two good dwelling houses
and two barns on place.
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bo cultivated easily. It has 25
acres of good branch bottom
land. Tills land is mostly all
cleared.
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CLAYTON, GA.
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