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OCONEEAN8 OF FORMER, YEARS.
From Fur Away Como Personal Let
ters to Cupt. S. K. Dendy, Sr.
Capt. S. K. Dendy, Sr., of Seneca,
has handed us the following lettors
with the roquest that wo publish
them. They will bo road with inter
est, especially by those of many
years, who may recall tho two gen
tlemen who have written from dis
tant States to tholr old comrade.
From W. 1?. Mauldin.
Waynesboro, Miss.,
April 11th, 11)2 2.
Capt. S. K. Dendy, Seneca, S. C.
Dear old Friend and Comrade:
You will perhaps ho surprised to
get this from mo, but havo had it in
mind ofton to write you, as wo havo
dropped our correspondence for a
considerable while.
And while I havo been "ruminat
ing," as Bill Arp used to say, and
thinking of tho past, I very naturally
thought of you, and by searching in
tho old drawer in tho drosser I found
a letter from you, dated Feb. 19th,
1917, which, I think, is the last lot
ter I had from you.
Thou my brother visited South
Carolina in 1919, and ho told mo of
seeing you. Then Julia Shanklin
wrote him in December last and sho
made mention of your living now at
Seneca, and that yoii had lost your
wife not a great while back. 1 know
new how to sympathize With a man
who has lost his companion, as I
have lost mine recently, Yes, on tho
13th of last month sho died after an
illness ol* three weeks with some
thing Uko grip, and was better, but
had a weak heart and died in thirty
minutos after taken for tho worse.
Sho had expressed a desire to get
well, but sold that sho was ready,
which is worth it all. She was such
a consecrated Christian and devoted
v/ife. It means something to lose her,
as you know by cxporienco. Wo had
lived happily together for 5 4 years,
and had raised a largo family. Eight
of our children aro still living In
this country, with families. Have
broken up tho old homo and sold it
to a son-in-law of mine, and will
make my homo with my children the
remainder of my days, which, ac
cording to nature, will not bo many,
with tho full assurance of mooting
my sainted wifo on tho other shore.
Brother Jimmio lost his wifo since
he visited you all about two years
ago.
I have enough to make mo com
fortable for tho balance of my days,
so that I will not have to bo a bur
den to any one, for which I am very
thankful. If I live to seo tho 20th of
July will be 79 years old. My wife
lacked only a fow days of hoing 75
years old when she died; and af tor
all these happy years of living with
her I was not ready to glvo her up,
but know il ls my duty to bow and
say, tho will of Clod bo dono.
Jack Dalton died two years ago.
Ploaso write and tell mo how many
of tho old Co. F aro still living.
My general health is good, and I
have no ailment to complain of, but
feel old ago creeping on apaco.
Write soon to your old friend and
comrade. I will bo glad to hear from
you ot any time. Remember mo kind
ly to any old friends.
Your old true friend,
W. P. Mauldin.
From Rev. J. H. McNoolly.
745 Benton Avo., Nashville Tenn.,
April 17th, 1922.
My Dear Comrade: -
Your noto with clippings received
and heartily appreciated. I am sorry
that thoro aro so few that tako inter
est in tho actual history of the Con
fed?ralo attempt for independence.
Tho prosont generation seem utterly
indifferent to tho high principles and
heroic ondeavor of their ancestors
to maintain tho original constitution.
"Tho Confodornto Votoran" ls tho
only organ through which thoy can
bo addressed, and it is not sustained
as it should he. As I write for it, at
tho ago of 8 4 yoars, I fool that vory
fow will ho really interested, but lt
is a satisfaction at least to bear my
testimony.
My'confidence an-? my affection go
out constantly to my old comrades,
who aro willing to stand for tho prin
ciples wo fought for th reo iscoro
years ago. For timo does not alter
principles, nor overthrow righteous
ness. With kindest regards,
Your old comrade,
J. H, McNoolly, D. D.
( .apt Dendy's Postscript.
Editor Koowoo Courier:
Dr. MoNoolly is an ominont Pres
byterian minlstor, and sorved ns a
chaplain in tho Confederate Army
whon quito young. But "true and
tiled, never denied, and willing to bo
tried again." So moto lt bo.
Comrado W. P. Mauldin asks mo
how many of our old C. F, Orr's Ri
fles, aro yot living, and will say that,
as far as I know, there aro but throo
Found,-Huit glorious fooling that
comos with a clear, puro, ruddy com
plexion.
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I
-W. P. Mauldln, Thompson Boar
don and S. K. Dendy, Sr. Inquiry
has brought to mo tho nformation
that C. B. Jayne8, of Texas, ls also
living, In which caso there aro still
four survivors of tho old company.
(Note)-W. P. Maldln is a son of
.Itev. Tyra B. Maldin, who, with oth
ers, surveyed and mndo a plat of
Walhalla in 1850 to 185 2.
Very respectfully,
S. K. Dendy, Sr.
Seneca, S. C., April 21, 1922.
MOTHER, QUICK! GIVE
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
FOR CHILD'S ROWELS.
Even a sick child loves tho "frillly"
taste of "California Fig Syrup." If
tho little tongue is coated, or if your
child is listless, cross, feverish, full
of cold, or has colic, a teaspoonful
will never fall to open tho bowels. In
a few hours you can seo for yourself
how thoroughly it works all tho con
stipated poison, sour hilo and waste
from tho tender little bowels and
gives you a well, playful child again.
Millions of mothers keep "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup" handy. They know
a teaspoonful to-day saves a sick
child to-morrow. Ask your druggist
for genuino "California Fig Syrup,"
which has directions for babies and
children of all ages printed on bot
tle. Mother! You must say "Califor
nia" or you may get an Imitation.
adv.
W. M. U. Mooting, Fourth Division.
"I was glad when they said unto
mo, Let us go unto the house of Je
havah."-Ps. 122:-1.
Every Christian woman ls most
cordially invited to attend tho quar
terly meeting of the fourth division,
Beaverdam Association, to bo held
on Saturday, April 29th, 1922, at
Beaverdam church, Fair Play. Espe
cially are tho members of missionary
societies and leaders urged to be
prosont. A full representation of W.
M. S., Y. W .A., G. A., R. A. and
Sunbeam members ls requested. It
will bo a day well spent, and the at
tractive and carefully prepared pro
gram which has been arranged will
no doubt provo a great blessing and
Inspiration to all who attend.
The time ls 10 o'clock sharp. See
ing is believing, so come and meet
with us. Mrs. W. S. Dearden,
President Fourth Division.
Only ono newspaper is published
in Greenland, and a Dano named Mo
oller is tho publisher.
BBiffitWIgrmWlItt lilli lllllMIIIIMIHII[I?MHWnW
Every make
is en?i
Westinghou
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vents the devel?
battery ills into
bles. Let us gi
two Westinghou
j month. It will res
j life and greater
tention puts you
tion. You will bc
Westinghouse B;
repairs are no lo
Walhalla Battery
HENRY WHITE,
WALHA
WESTIN?
BATT
KT I
!50 Pimples, 736 Blackheads
and 3 Boils!
No roward ls offered, bocaus? they
.ro lost forovorl No question will bo
sked, except ono question, "How
lld you loso them?" Thoro ls but ono
inswor,-"I cut out new fad treat
nents and guesswork ; I used ono of
ho most powerful blood-cloansera,
ilood-purlf lera and flos h-bullde'rs
mown, and that ls S. H. S.l Now my
ace is pinkish, my skin clear as a
.ose, my chooks aro filled out and my
-houmatism, too, ls gonol" Thia will
)o your experience, too, If you try "0.
j. S. It ia guaranteed to bo purely
rogotablo in all ita remarkably offoc
ivo medicinal tngrcdlont8. 8. S. 0.
neans a new history for you from now
ml S. S. S. Ia sold at ull drug storoa
n two sizes. Tho largor ?Izo ts tba
noro economical..
SOUTH CAROLINA'S MORTGAGE
Debt is Great-Nearly One-Third of
Value of Homes und Farms.
A dispatch from Washington says:
According to a report just Issued
by the bureau of tho census, the to
tal mortgage debt on owned homes
and farsm in tho Slate of South Car
olina Itt 1920 was $44,671,350, and
the total value of these mortgaged
homes and farms was $139,820,438,
the mortgage debt thus representing
31.9 per cent of tho total value.
Tho total number of homes in the
Slato other than farm homes was
140,923, of which 42,908, or 30.4
por cont, were owned by Ibo occu
pants, and of these owned homes
9,670, or 22.5 per cent, woro mort
gaged. Information regarding the
value of tho homes and thc amount
of mortgage debt was secured from
4,67f>, or 4S.3 per cent, of these
mortgaged homes. Tho average of
the mortgage debi of the homes foi'
which mortgage reports were secured
was $2,018 and tho average value
was $4,940; and on tho basis of those
averages the total mortgage debt on
tho mortgaged homes not on farms
ls estimated as $19,518,129, and tho
total value of such homes as $47,
767,503. The ratio of mortgage debt
to value is 10.9 per cent.
On owned farms tho totnl mort
gage debt, as reported In the census
of agriculture, was $25,153,227,
while the total value of these mort
gaged farms was $92,052,935, the
ratio of tho debt to value being 27.3
per cent.
Trees Most Valuable Asset.
A dispatch from Greenwood says:
A policy to save every possible shade
tree in Greenwood was adopted at a
recont meeting of the paving com
mission. In several cases paving to
bo done in the near future will be
narrowed slightly to prevent tho tak
ing up of trees. In some cases, where
trees are on tho edge of tho streots,
pavements will ho placed around tho
trees. Tho commission pointed out
that trees aro one of the city's most
valuable assets, and every possible
means would be taken to protect
them.
Subscribe for Tho Courior. (Best>
? of batteiy
led to
se?ttention
i Attention pre
Dpment of little
big battery trou
[ve your battery
se Inspections a
jpond with longer
power. This at
under no obliga
i advised to buy a
attery only when
nger economical.
Service Station,
I). K. OHASTAIN,
LLA, ?. C.
3HO?SE
ERIES
Seized 4,000 Tons of Opium.
San Francisco, April 21.-?A con
traband shipment of 11,000 tons of
opium and other drugs, valued at
1200,000, was seized to-day on tho
Cliina Mail Company liner Nanking. ,
Tho Nanking arrived from tho Far
East on April" 16. The seizure was
one of tho biggest In the history of
the port of San Francisco.
About 40 per cont of all tho peas
gi own in America aro raised in Wis
consin.
Master's Sales
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant to decrees of t* j afore
said Count, In tho cases named be
low, I will offer for salo, to Oho high
est bidder, in front of tho Court
Houso door, nt Walhalla, South Car
olina, on MONDAY, the first day of
MAY, 192 2, betwoon tho legal hours
of sale, the tracts of land below de
scribed:
Charlio Tow, Crate Tow, Ida Crow,
Mattio Wilson, Louis Tow, Robert
Tow and Jack Tow, Plaintiffs,
against
1 lassie Tow, Defendant.
A tract of land in tho Stale and
County aforesaid, moro fully de
scribed, as follows: Situate, ly'trg
and hoing in tho County and Stale
'aforesaid, on Little River, adjoining
lands of P. L. Creen, Miles Finley
and others, and containing seventy
eight acres, moro or less.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH. That
in event of failure of tho purchaser
to comply with tho terms of salo
within (ive days from I Dc day of sale,
tho Master do re-advertise and re
sell tho same on tho following, or
some convenient Salesday thereafter,
on tho samo terms as heretofore sol
out.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oeonee County, S. C.
April 12, 1922. 15-17
W. A. Strother and James Phinnoy,
as Partners, doing business under
stylo and firm name of Strother &
I Phinnoy, Plaintiffs,
against
Fannio Choice, ?. C. Choice, J. S.
Choice, Jr., Cromo Choice, Lafay
ette Choice and Margaret Choice,
Defondants.
All that piece, parcol or lot of
land, situate, lying and being in tho
County and Stato aforesaid, In Keo
wee Township, lying on tho north
side of the public road leading from i
Wost Union to Emerson's Bridge, on j
Little River, and being on waters of
Little River, and containing thirty
five (35) acres, moro or less, being
the same tract of land deeded to J.
S. Choice by Harvey Choice on tho
9th day of March, 1904, tho deed of
conveyance thereto being recorded
in the Clerk's Office at Walhalla, S.
C., in Deed Book 2-G, pago 73, on
the 21st day of December, 1906, to
which reference is invited for metes
and bounds.
TERMS OF 'SALE-CASH. That
in event of failuro of purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with tho terms
of the sale promptly on day of sale,
that the Master do re-sell said prom
ises on the said Salesday, or somo
convenient Salesday thereafter, at
tho same place, and on the same
terms as heretofore set out, at tho
risk of tho former purchaser, or pur
chasers, and that he do continuo so
to do until he has found a purchaser,
or purchasers, who shall comply
with tho terms of sale.
.Purchaser fo pay ex.1 ra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oeoneo County, S. C.
April 12, 1922. K.-17
C. R. Holland, Plaintiff,
against
John Henry Long, Frank II. Shirley,
J. Zlnsmoister & Sons, a Coropra
tion; National Mills, a Corpora
tion; C. M. Miller Co., a Corpora
tion, Defondants.
All that certain piece, parcol or lot
of land, containing two acres, moro
or less, noar tho northwestern limits
of the Town of Westminster, County
and Stato aforesaid, known as Lot
No. 3 of the C. C. Myers Survey, a
plat of which is recorded in Plat
Book B, at page 21, adjoining lands
of Warren Long, J. T. Carver, J. C.
Barton, Robert Blackwell. This be
ing tho same lot of land.convoyed to
John iHonry 'Long hy his son, J. Lu
ther Long, by deed dated tho 2d day
of March, 1918, recorded tho 1st day
of April, 1918, in Book 3-B, pago
169, Oeoneo County.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH. That
tn tho evont of tho failuro of tho
purchaser, or purchasers, to comply
with tho terms of salo within tho
timo of flvo daya tho Master do ro
advertlso and re-sell said premisos
on tho following Salesday, or somo
convenient Salesday thereafter, at
tho samo placo and on tho samo
terms as heretofore sot out, at tho
risk of tho former purchaser, or pur
chasers, and that ho continuo so to
do until ho lins found a purchaser, or
purchasers, who comply with tho
terms of salo.
Purchaser to nay oxtra for deed
and stamp.' W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconoo County, S. C.
April 12, 1922. . 15-17
William M. Brown and Arthur
.Brown, as Partners, doing busi
ness under stylo and firm name of
W. M. Brown & Son,
Plaintiffs,
against
J. Wiley Allon and William,A. Stro
ther and James Phinnoy. a?. Part
ners, doing business undor tho
stylo and firm namo of Strother
& Phinnoy, Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcol or
tract of land, situate, lying and ho
ing in the County of Oeonee, Stato
of South Carolina, In th? Salem Sec
tion, Keoweo Township, Containing
(30) thirty acres, moro or less, ad
joining Whitton, Moss, Rogers,
Looper, and being tho samo deodod
to J. Wiley Allon by Katherine Baton
and J. M. Looper In two separate
deeds, as recorded In Oillce of Clork
of Court <jf Oconoo County.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH. That
In event of failure of the purchaser,
or purchasers, to comply with the
terms of such sale promptly on day
of sale, that tho Master do. re-sell
said premises on tho same Salosday,
or some convenient Salosday there
after, i t tho samo place and at tho
saino time, and on the samo terms
as heretofore sot out, at tho risk of
the former purchaser, or purchasers,
and that ho do continue so to do
until he has found a purchaser, or
purchasers, who shall comply with
the terms of :;alo.
Purchaser to pay extra for detd
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconoo Couti ;y, S. O
April 12, 1022. 15-17
Rank of Walhalla, a Corporation
created hy and existing under and
by virtue of tho Laws of tho State
of South Carolina, Plaintiff,
against
John Carter and Jesso S. Carter and
American Wholesale Corporation,
(Daltimoro Bargain House,) a cor
poration croated by and existing
under tho Laws of tho Stale of
Maryland, Dofondants.
LOT NO. 1-All that certain piece,
parcol or lot of land, situate, lying
and being in tho Town of Westmin
ster, of the County of Oconeo, State
of South Carolina, fronting on Main
street 50 feet and running back 15S
feet, same being in form a parallelo
gram, and on which is situate tho
large two-story brick storehouse once
occupied by J. & .1. S. Carter in
their merchandise business, and be
ing tho same lot of land conveyed to
the Carter Merchandise Company hy
Mrs. M. J. Carter, hy deed berring
dato January 25, 1*895, and recorded
in Clerk's Olhco, Oconoo County,
South Carolina, on February 22,
1895, In Book R, pago 155.
SKCOND-Farm of John Carter.
All that certain piece, parcol or tract
of land, situate, lying and being lu
tho County of Oconeo, State of South
Carolina, near tho Town of West
minster, on the northeast side of the
public road leading from Westmin
ster to Onkway, adjoining lands of
C. H. Miller, J. O. B. Haley and oth
ers, containing nineteen (19) acres,
more or loss, (less two and one-fifth
(2 1-5) acres which has been releas
ed from the lien of this mortgage),
and tho same tract of land conveyed
to J. S. Carter by W. P. Furgorson
by deed dated Doc. 12, 1911, re
corded in Clerk's Office, Oconeo
County, on February 12, 1912, in
Book PP, pago 87, and being the
same tract of land convoyed to John
Carter hy Jesso S. Carter by deed
dated tho 5th day of July, 1915, and
record od in Clerk's Oillce, Oconoo
County, South Carolina, lu Deed
Book UUH page 348, on tho 5th day
of July, 1915.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash
on day of salo, and balance in two
equal annual Installments, with leave
to tho purchaser, or purchasers, to
anticipate payment of all or any por
tion of tho credit part, at option;
the credit portion to ljear interest
from tho day of sale at the rate of
eight per- cent per annum, and bo
secured by bond of the purchaser, or
purchasers, and mortgage of tho
promises; that the purchaser, or pur
chasers, be required to insure tho
buildings on tho said promises nt
three-fourths of their valuo, and as
sign tho policy or policies of insur
ance to the Master, und in tho event
of tho purchaser, or purchasers, fail
ing or refusing to so Insure tho build
ings as above directed, tho Master
may do tho same and collect the pre
mium as part of tho Judgment of
tho Plaintiff herein, but for tho ben
efit of both Plaintiff and Defendant,
Amoricnn Wholesale Corporation,
(Baltiiuoro Bargain House); that In
event, of failure of the purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with tho terms
of sale within five days from day of
sale, the Master do ro-advortiso and
re-sell said premises on tho follow
ing Salosday, or somo convenient
Salosday thereafter, at tho samo
place and on tho same terms as here
tofore set out, 01. tho risk of tho for
mer purchasor, or purchasers, and
that ho db continuo so to do until
he shall havo found a purchasor, or
purchasers, who comply with the
terms of salo.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers,
stamp and recording mortgage.
Sold nt risk of former purchaser.
W .0. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
April 12, 1922. 15-17
William M. Brown and Arthur
Brown, as Partners, doing busi
ness tinder tho stylo and firm name
of W. M. Brown & Son,
Plaintiffs,
against
Mary Lee, Defendant.
TRACT NO. 1;
All tho right, titlo and Interest of
tho Defendant, Mary Loo, in and to
all that certain picco, parcel or tract
of land, lying and situate in tho
County of Oconoo, Stato aforesaid,
containing forty-nlno and three
fourths (49 O?) acres, moro or loss,
conveyed to E. K. Fricks by deed
dated Otb day of Folmmry, ' 1888,
and recorded in Deed Book M, page
223, in Olhco of Clork of Court for
Oconeo County, S. C., said tract of
land lying about two milos wost of
Westminster, S. C., nour tho South
ern Railway new right-of-way.
TRACT NO. 2.
All tho right, titlo and Intorost of
tho Dofondant, Mary Leo, in and to
all that pieco, parcol or tract of land,
situato, lying and being in tho Coun
ty of Oconoe, Stato of South Caro
lina, containing sovonteon and ono
half (17%) acres, more nr lots, and
lying un Ibo east side of a branch of
Choostoo, waters of Tug<.ioo Vi vet'?
adjoining lands nov; or icrmorly be
longing to Dr. J, A. Johns and J. F.
Knox, and others.
TERMS OF SALE-OA SIT. That
In event of fniluro of purchasor, or
purchasers, to comply promptly with
tho terms of salo, on day of salo, the
Master do re-sell tho said promises
on the samo .Salesday, or somo con
veulent Salesday thereafter, at tho
samo place and on tho same torms
ns heretofore -sot out, at the risk of
the former purchaser, or purchasers,
and that he do continuo so to do
until ho has found a purchaser, or
purchasers, who shall, comply with
tho terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for dood
and stamp. W. O. WIIITK,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
April 12,'1922. 15-17
S. L. Shirley, Plaintiff,
against
E. P. Bruce, Defendant.
All that certain ptoco, parcel or
tract of land lying, being and situate
in Centor Township, Oconeo County,
South Carolina, on branches of Lit
t?o Bea verdant Croek, waters of Tu*
galoo Hiver, adjoining lands of Jos
oph Grant, C. L. Osborne and sons.
Gus McPhail, P. A. Grant, James
Bruce, Pino Grove Grndod School, ot
al., containing Ono Hundred Fifty
four and one-tenth (154 1-10) acros,
moro or less. For a moro particular
description roforenco 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. Sm th and L. S.
Horton huvo this day (Juno 30th,
1920,) convoyed to mo (E. P, Bruce)
a two-thirds (2-3) undivided inter
est in same, and this mortgage ls
given to secure tho purchuso price
of this interest.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH. That
in event of fniluro of tho purchaser,
or purchasers, to comply with tho
torms of salo within live days from
day of salo, tho Master do ro-advor
tiso and re-sell said promises on tho
following Sal?sday, or somo conven
ient Salesday thereafter, at. tho samo
placo and on tho same terms as here
tofore Bot out, at the risk of the for
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
that ho do continuo so to do until ho
has found a purchaser, or purchas
ers, who comply with tho terms of
sale.
Sold at risk of former purchaser.
Purchaser lo pay extra for dood
and stamp. W. 0. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
April 12, 1922. 15-17
Bank of Walhalla, a Corporation cre
ated by and existing under and by
virtue of the Laws of tho State ot
South Carolina, Plaintiff,
against
Arthur W. Lee, Piedmont Motor Com- ,
pany, a Partnership composed of
It. C. Carter and W. A. Grant, and
Arthur Brown and lt. S. Nichols,
Defendants,
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, situato, lying and ho
ing in tho County of Oconoo, Stato
of South Carolina, and in Tugaloo
Township, and lying on Chnuga
Croek. bounded on all sides by Chau
ga Creek, except on tho east, willoh
side adjoins lands of Mrs. Powell,
formerly W. N. Cox, containing fifty
four (54) acres, moro or less, and
being tho same tract of land con
veyed to Arthur W. Leo by W. W.
Tyner on Dec. 15th, 1919.
TERMS OF SALE-One-half cash,
and balance in ono yoar; credit por
tion to bear interest from day of salo
?nd bo secured by bond of purchaser,
or purchasers, and a mortgage of tho
premises; that in evont of failure of
tho purchaser, or purchasers, to com
ply with the terms of salo within flvo
days from day of salo, tho Master do
re-advortlso and resell said premises
on the following Salesday, or somo
convenient Salesday thereafter, at
tho same place and on Ibo same terms
ns horotoforo set out, al tho risk of
tho former purchaser, or purchasers,
and that he do continue so to do
until ho has found a purchaser, or
purchasers, who comply with tho
terms of salo.
Purchaser to pay extra for dood,
stamp, mortgage, and for recording
same. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
April 12, 1922. 15-17
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Tho Stato of South Carolina,
Cornily of Oconeo.
(In Court of Common Ploaa.)
Bank of Walhalla, a Corporation cre
ated by and existing undor and by
virtue of tho Laws of tho State of
S6uth Carolina, Plaintiff,
against
J. H. Vaughan, W. J. Schroder, indi
vidually and as Administrator of
tho Personal Esta to of T. E. Alex
ander, Decoased; Mrs. Inez J.iynes,
Frank C. Alexander, Mrs. S. O.
Youngblood and Bon Taylor,
D?fendants
(Summons for Rollef.- (Complaint
. Not Sorvod.)
To tho Defendants Abovo Named!
Von aro hereby summoned and re
quired to answor tho complaint in.
this action, of which a copy is fllod"
in tho Ofllce of Clerk of Court for
Oconoo County, S. C., and to servo
a copy of your answer to tho said
Complaint on the subscribers, at thoir
omeo on tho Public Square, at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
within twenty days aftor tho sorvico
beroof, oxcluslvo of tho day of such
service; and if you fall to answor
the complaint within the timo afore
said, tho Plaintiff in this action will
apply to tho Court for tho roliof de
manded in tho Complaint. .
Datod this 7th day of April, 1922.
W. J. SCHRODER,
C. C. P.
S HELOR & HUGHS,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
To tho Defendants, Frank C. Alexan
der and Mis. S. O. Youngblood:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: That
tho Complaint in tho abovo ontitlod
action was flied in tho OfficA of the
Ojetfc ui ir?u Court ior Ooonco Coun
ty, South Carolina, on tho 7th day.
of April, 1922, and that tho object:
of this action is to foreclose a mort*
gage given to J. H. Vaughan by T,
E. Alexandor and Ben Taylor, and byj
, J. H. Vaughan assigned to the Plain?,
tiff. 9HELOR & HUGHS,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
i| April 12, 1922. 15-17 J

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