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Great Comedy Dras
Enemies," a Cl
"Friendly Enemies" Is one of the nv
Seores of cities throughout the cour
over this Irresistible comedy dru ni a who
Viciions of two lifelong friends.
A complete production of "Friendly
Redpath Chautauqua by a cast of six e
by William J. Keighley, manager of tho
of Hu- Redpath Bureau.
This delightful comedy will bo one
tractions on the entire Chautauqua proj
WiELYTWITO
ORATOR COMING
Edward Amherst Ott to Lecture
at Chautauqua.
Will Glvo One of the Great Addresses
Which Have Made Him Nation- I
ally Known.
Ono of the headline lecturers nt tho
coming Redpath Chautauqua ?will bo
Edward Amherst Ott^ninent educator
nnd one of the best known orators on
the Amerlcnn platform.
Mr. Ott will give his inspiring, time
ly lecture, "Victory," ono of the great
est of his famous "Art of Living" lee
EDWARD AMHERST OTT
tures, notnhlo among which are "Sour
Crapes" and "The Spenders."
"Victory" Is not a war lecture. It
ls an aftor-tho-war lecture. It dis
cusses the vital questions which nro
facing the American people. It ls a
real construction not a reconstruction
lecture.
Edward Amherst Ott's treatment of
great nntional problems will make a
vivid and lnsting Impression on ev
ery community.
CHAITACOCA DATES FOR
WA El IA DI/A,
WEER OE JUNE 15th to 20th.
Whlttcti?Gamhrcll.
(Anderson Mall, 18th.)
Miss (tessie E. Whitten and Fred
M. Gambrell, both of Pendleton,were
happily mu rr! od May I Gib at tho
homo of Rev. 13. C. White. After
their honeymoon they will make
their home In Pendleton. Tho cere
mony was performed hy Hov. White.
NEXT DOSE CA DOMED
MAY SALIVATE YOU.
It Is Mercury, Quicksilver - Shock*
Liver und A lt neks Your Hones.
Calomel salivation ls horrible. It
swells tho tongue, loosens tire tooth
and starts rheumatism. There's no
ronson why a person should taite
Slekening, salivating calomel when
a few couts buys a largo bottlo of
Dodson's Tiiver Tone-a porTect sub
stituto for cnlomol. It is a ploasant
vogotablo liquid which will start
your liver Just as sarely as colomel,
but it doesn't mako you sick and can
not salivate
Calomol ls a dangerous drug; 01
sldos it. may mako you fool woak,
sick and nauseated to-morrow. Don't
loso a day's work. Take a spoonful
of Dods( .i's Liver Tono instead ?ind
you will wako up fooling groat. No
salts nocossary. Your druggist says
If you don't find Dodson's Liver Tono
acts hotter than treacherous calomel
your money is waiting for you.-adv.
ma, ' Vriendly
iiautauqua Feature
?st popular of recent comedy successes,
ltry have alternately laughed and wept
so plot grows out of tho conflicting con
- Enemies" will be given at the coming
xperienced Broadway nctors organized
New York City Producing Department
of the most popular entertainment at
rrnm.
DELAYED NOTES OF CONEROKS,
Visitors to and from tho Community.
Attending Daptist Convention.
(Received too lato for last week.)
Coneross, May 15.-Special: Mo
ther's Day was celebrated nt our
Sunday school yesterday. Our super
intendent, W. F. Haynes, gave a very
interesting talk on tho subject,which
was followed by a special program.
Miss Pearle Cogshall, from some
point in tho North, spout a week with
Dr. T. G. C. Fahnestock and family,
of this community. She returned to
her home last Friday.
Miss'Lucy Patterson, who has been
spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. E. M. Qambrell, of West Union,
is spending thisi week with another
[j is ter lure, Mrs. T. L. Alexander,
Several hom hero attended ibo
district singing couvent lon at Clem
son Sunday and report, a good moot
ing.
Misses Nina and Lena Abbott had
With them as guests Miss Buchanan,
of Seneca, who taught with Miss Nina
Abbott at tho Isaqueena school the
past year, from Saturday until Mon
day.
John Adair and son, Vasco, who
moved from hore to near Carncs
ville, Ga., this spring, aro spending
this week In this vicinity with tho
former's son. Luke Adair, and fam
ily. They woro accompanied by an
other son, Marion, also from Carnes
villc.
Mrs. S. M. Hunslngor and daugh
ter. Miss Pearle, spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. I). Armstrong, of near Richland.
They were met in Westminster by
.Miss Bewley Hunslngor, of Long
Creek, who went with them, and
they were accompanied from hero
by two lady frionds from Long Creek,
who had stood the teachers' exami
nation at Walhalla on Friday and
Saturday. Ono of tho ladles, Rev. II.
L. Raines' sister, with Mr. Raines,
.Miss Bewley Hunslngor, Miss Olive
Homar of Greenville, and ono of tho
Long Creek ministerial students,
wero on their way to Jacksonville,
Fla., where they will attend tho
Southern Hajptist Convention this
week. Wo hope they will have a vory
pleasant (rip and a good convention.
Tliey went through in Mr. Raines'
car.
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Fretwell and
family und Mrs. J. W. Alexander, of
this section, attended tho burial of
their niece, Miss Kallo Robins,which
took placo at Whetstono cemetery
yesterday. Miss Rollins was woll
crown by sovoral hore, who regret
tc bear of her death. Wo extend to
tho bereaved ones sincere sympathy
in their sorrow.
Mrs. C. E. DuRoso and children,
of Seneca, made a short visit to rel
atives here yestordny. Littlo Miss
Harriet remained ovor for tho week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Glllison and
wife, of Bounty Land, wero week
end guests of J. V. Dllworth and
family hore.
J. C. and P. K. Barkor mado a
buslnoss trip to Greenville Saturday.
Colds Causo (inp and Influenza
LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tablets remove th?
causo. Thcro ls only one "Bromo Quinine." E.W.
GROVE'S elflonturo on tho box. 30c.
Some of tho smaller flshos find
protection from thoir onomios by
Swimming along underneath tho Jel
lyfish.
ONE THOUSAND DELEGATES
Aro Expected to Attend tho Annual
S. S. Convention lu Columbia.
Spartanburg, May 19.-Special:
No less than ono thousand delegatos,
representativo of every county in
South Carolina, aro expected to at
tend tho annual convention of tho
South Carolina Sunday School As
sociation, which moots at tho Uni
versity of South Carolina, Columbia,
on June 20lh, and will continuo on
through Juno 22. According to Leon
"C.'{Palmer, superintendent of tho
association, with headquarters here,
there-woro 702 dolegates in attend
ance on tho Stato Convention at Win
throp College, Rock Hill, last year.
Superintendent Palmor Issued tho
following statement regarding tho
approaching convention recoil Hy:
All delogates ntlondlng tho State
Convention will bo entertained in tho
dormitories of the University of
Sou Hi Cnrolina at tho uniform rato
of $4, lo cover both board and lodg
ing for three days.
N*o official appointment or election
or credentials aro required in order
to bo a delegate. All who como nro
counted ns dolegates. The conven
tion will be open lo everybody.
Expenses of promoting and adver
tising the convention are borne by
the. Chamber of Commerce, and
through the advertising made possi
ble by their generous support a i ?<:
ord-breaking attendance is expected.
This is the first convention qf the
South Carolina Sunday School Asso
ciation held in the capital in many
years.
A special reduced railroad rate of
ono and a half fare for the round
trip has been granted by the rail
roads of tho Stale. In order to get
advantage of this rate it will bc nec
essary to secure a reduced"rate cer
tificate, which will be furnished freo
by writing Leon C. Palmer, General
Superintendent of the South Carolina
Sunday School Association, 711 An
drews-Law Building, Spartanburg,
3. C.
FIVE NEW BISHOPS ABE CHOSEN
Methodist General Conference Mudo
l- l nal Choleo Last Wednesday.
Mot Springs, Ark., May 17.-Tho
General Conference of tho Metho
dist Episcopal church, South, in ses
sion hore, to-day completed 'tho elec
tion ot live new bishojie to bo named
nt this lime by electing Dr. H. A.
Boaz, president of tho Soulhern
.Methodist University, Dalia?, Texas,
to bo tho fifth new prelate. Four of
the bishops wore elected yesterday,
theso being Dr. J. E. Dickey, of Grif
fin, Ga.; Dr.. W. B. Beauchamp, of
Nashville, Tenn.; Dr. Samuel R.
Hay, of Houston, Texas, and Dr.
Hoyt M. Dobbs, of Anniston, Ala.
Brief Sketches of Now Bishops.
Dr. Dickey was born in Jefferson
ville, Ga., in I SC I and entered tho
ministry in ISO I. From that time
until ISO!) he was n professor at Em
ory University, Atlanta, Ga., and was
president from 1002 until 1915.
Dr. Beauchamp was born at Farn
ham, Va., In IStlO and was ordained
in 1893, serving pastorales in Rich
mond, Newport News, Va., and Dan
ville and Louisville. Ky., until 1917,
when ho was elected secretary of tho
laymen's missionary movement. He
also acted as director-general of tho
centenary movement and has boen
forolgn secretary of tho board' of
missions In chargo of work in Eu
rope. Becauso of his familiarity
with tho Europoan situation lt was
said to-day that ho likely would bo
given a foreign assignment, proba
bly ^yltll headquarters In Brussols.
Dr. liny has held numerous pas
torates in tho church sinco his ordi
nation, and has preached in several
States, including Missouri. Ho lias
been pastor of the First church at
Houston, Texas, for the past oight
years.
Dr. Dobbs is the youngest of the
four bishops elected yesterday, hav
ing boen born nt Spring Gardon, Ala.,
in 187S. Ordained In 1904, he has
held pastorates In Birmingham, Kan
sas City, Mo., and Fort Worth, Tex
as Ho also was dean of the etholog
ical department of tho Southern
Methodist University nt Dallas, but
was compelled to leavo tho latter po
sition in 1 020 becauso of ill health,
and was assigned to lils present sta
tion, that of pastor of tho First
church at Anniston, Ala.
Dr. Bona is president of Southern
MothodiBt University at Dallas, Tex.,
and ls ono of tho foromost minis
ters of tho Southorn Methodist
church, In his election ho rocolved
213 votes, 189 votes hoing nocossary
to a choleo in tho Gonoral Confor
once.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
DnijWlsta refund money if PAZO OINTMENT feile
to curolichlnrt, Blind, fllccdlnfi or Protruding Piles.
Instantly rollovcs Itching Piles, and you cnn t?et
restful sleep nfter tho first nnnllcatlon. PrlcoCOe.
Architecture bogan, it Is said,with
tho building of tho pyramids.
S. S. S. Fills Out
Hollow Cheeks,
Thin Limbs!
Mon ona women,--whother you will
?ver bulla yourself up to your normal.
Just-right weicht depends on tho num
ber of blood-colls in your blood. That's
nil thcro is to lt. It's a .scientific fact,
If your blood-colt factory Isn't work
ing rlsht, you will bo run-down, thin,
your blood will bo in disorder, ana
porhaps your face will bo broken out
with pimplos, blackheads and erup
tions. S. S. S. keeps your blood-cell
factory working full timo. It holpa
bul id now blood-colls. That's why
B. B. B. builds up thin, run-down peo
ple-, it puts lirm riesh on your bones, lt
rounds out your faco, arms neck,
limbs, tho wholo body. It puts tho
.'pink" In your checks. It takes tho
hollowness from tho eyes, and it fools
Father Timo by smoothing out wrin
kles lil mon and women by "plumping*!
them tip. S. B. 8. is a romarkalpo
blood-purlfior. Whilo you aro Betting
plump, your skin eruptions, pimples,
blackheads, ncno, rheumatism, rash,
tettor, lilotebes nro being removed.
Tho medicinal Ingredients of s. s. B.
are guaranteed purely vegetable.
S. S. S. is sold at all drug stores, lu two
sizes. Tho larger, slzo ia tho moro
economical,
Old Motel nt Iva Humed.
(Anderson Mail, 18th.)
At -I o'clock ibis morning the old |
hotel at Iva was burned to the
ground, lt seems that :he building
had been vacant since .January-, and
to-day the owner, S. M. McAdams,
could not give any solution as to the
cacse of tho fire.
The el was localed near tho A.
lt., P. ireh, lt was a two-story
wooden building. Mr. McAdams
stated .t about $3,000 insurance
waa cari led on the building. Owing
1.0 tin fa ii that it was raining at the
time ral buildings near the hotel
v ero s ?1 from the flames.
Mi ?ter's Sales
STA'i OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
i >UNTY OP OCONEE.
>urt of Coin mon Pleas.
Pursuant to decrees of tho afore-.
faid ?po.itnt, in tho cases named bo
low,-: will offer for salo, lo t)ho high
in front of tho Court
Uoiu .t door, at Walhalla, South Car
olina, on MONDAY, the 5th day of
il \ . 1922, between the legal hours
o? v \ the tracts and lots of land
be ? J v described :
V. M. Babb, Plaintiff,
against
??l tr: L. Cary and Whittier L. Cary,
Defendants.
No. 1.
tho 0 lots of land, situate In
tl ninty of Oconce, State of South
C i na, within or near tho corpo
rate I m i.ts of the Town of Seneca, j
bi Numbers l to S, inclusive, in j
Block A, according to a plat of tho
Estate of John C. Cary, made hy ll.
E. halton, April, 1921, and having
the following motes and bounds, ac
cording 'o said plat: Beginning at
a peint nt tho corner of S. 4th and S.
Depot Streets and running thence
With S. Depot Street, S. (?.20 E. 118
feet to n point nt thc southeast cor
ner of said Lot No. S on S. 6th
Street; thonco with last named street
and lino of Lot No. 8 S. 83.40 W. 209
feet to southwest corner of said lot;
theico N. G.20 W. 418 foot to a point
on S. 4th Stroet; thence with last
named street and lino of Lot No. 1,
209 feet to tho beginning. Those be
ing part of tho lands devised to tho
Defendants under tho will of tho
said John C. Cary.
No. 2.
AU those lots of land, situate tn
thc County of Oconce, in the State
aforesaid, within or near the corpo
rate limits of tho Town of Seneca,
and being numbered 1 to ll, inclu
sive, In Block B, according io a plat
of the Eslnto of John C. Cary, made
by ft. 13. Dalton, April, 1921, having
(he following metes and bounds, as
shown hy said plat: Beginning nt a
point at tho northeastern comm* of
said Lot No. 14 and nt tho intersec
tion of S. 5th and S. Depot Streets,
and running thenco with last nahied
stroet S. 6.20 E. 418 feet to south
on st corner of Lot No. 7; thence with
linos of Lots No. 7 and No. G and
willi S. 6th Street S. 83.10 W. 418
feet to a point on S.Townvillo Street;
thence with said S. Townvlllo Stroet
N. G.20 W. 313.5 feet, to northwest
corner of Lot No. 1 ; thence with lino
of Lot No. 1, N. 83.40 E. 209 feet to
a point at tho intersection of Lots
Nos. I, 12 and 13; thonco" N. G.20 W.
104.6 foot to S. Otb Stroot; thence
wi ll said street and with line of Lot
No. 14, 209 foot to tho boginning.
Theso lots being part of tho lands
devised to Mary L. Cary and Whinier
L. Cary under tho will of Johh C.
Cary.
No. 3.
All thoso |ots of land nituato in tho
Stato aforesaid, in Oconoo County,
and within or noar tho corporate
limits of tho Town of Sonecn, desig
nated as Lots Nos. 1 to 12, inclusivo,
in Block'C, on a plat of tho lands of
John C. Cary, made by R. E. Dalton,
April, 1921, and having tho follow
ing metes and bounds, as shown by
said plat: Beginning at a point at
Intersection of S. Depot nnd S. Gth
Streets, being a coruor Oi said Lot.
No. 12, nnd runhing thence with S.
Depot Street S. C.20 E. 418 feet to
S. 7th Street; thenco with last named
street and linos of Lots 5 and 4 S.
83.40 W. 418 foot to S. Townvillo
Stroet; thenco willi S. Townvillo
Street N. G.20 W. 209 foot to north
west corner of Lot No. 1; thence
with lino of Lot No. 1 N. 83.4 0 E.
209 feet to Joint comers ot Lots 1,
8 nnd 9; thenco with linos of Lots 9,
10, ll nnd 12, N. G.20 W. 209 foot
to S. Gth Street; thence with hist
named street N. 83.40 E. 2t'9 foet to
the beginning. These lots hoing part
of the lands dovised to said Defend
ants under the will of John C. Cary.
No. 4.
All those parcols or lots of land,
situ a to in tho County of, Oconee, in
tho State aforesaid, and within or
near tho corporate limits of tho Town
of Sonoca, hoing designated as Lots
1 to 10, inclusivo, in Block 1), ac
cording to a plat m ado by lt. E. Dal
ton, April, 1921, of lands of the Es
tate of John C. Cary, and having
tho following motes and bounds, ns
shown by said plat: Beginning nt a
point, northwest cornor of Lot No.
1 and at tho intersection of S. Town
villo and S. 7th Streets, and running
thoneo with S. 7th Street nnd with
linos of said Lots 1 and 10 N. 83.40
E. 418 feet to a point at tho inter
section of last named street and S.
Dopot Street; thence with S. Depot
Street S. 20 E. 230.8 feet to south
east cornor of Lot No. G; thenco with
lino of Lots No. G and No. 6, S. 64.36
W. 29 4.4 feet to S. Townvillo
Street; thence with said street and
line of Lot No. fi N. 58.02 W. 178
feel to n point in lino of Lot 5;
thence N. G.20 W. 12G feet lo S. 7th
Street; thenco with hist named street
and with line of Lots I and 10 X.
83.40 E. MS feet lo the beginning.
These lots being part, of the lands
devised to the said Defendants under
tho will of John C. Cary.
No. 5.
All those lots of land, situate iii
the State of South Carolina, ir the
County of Oconee, and within or near
tho corporate limits of the Town of
Seneca, being designated as Lots 1
lo 5, inclusivo, in Block K, and be-,
ing all of tho lots in said Block li,
and having tho following metes and
bounds, according , to a plat of tho
Estate of John C. Cary, mndo by It.
E. Dalton, September, 1920: Begin
ning at a point, NW. corner of Lot
No. 1, also collier of S. Depot and S.
7th Streets, and running thenco with
S. Dopot Street S. 6.20 E. 209 feet
lo a point at SW. cornor of Lot No.
3; thenco along lines of Lots 3 and
4, N. 64.36 E. 422.2 feet to S. Wal
nut Street; thence with S. Walnut
Street N. G.20 W. 64.5 feet to S. 7th
Street; thence with S. 7th Street S.
S3.10 W. 418 f/et to tho beginning.
Tlieso lots being part of tho lands do
vised to us under tho will of John
C. Cary.
No. 6.
.All those lots of land, si I nate in
the State aforesaid, in tho County of
Oconee, and in ov near tho corporate
limits of tho Town of Seneca, b'>t tg
designated as Lots 1 to 16, Inclusivo,
in Block P, nnd being all of tho lots
in this block, according to plat of
tho lands of tho Estato of John C.
Cary, niado by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and h?iving tho following
metes and bounds, as shown by said
plat: Boginning at a point in lino of
Lot No. 16 nnd at tho corner of said
lot and of S. 6th Street and S. Wal
nut Street, and running thenco with
line of last named street S. 6.20 E.
418 feet to S. 7th Street; thence with
5. 7th Street and lines of Lots 9 and
8, S. 83.40 W. HS foot to S. Dopot
Street; thence with S. Depot Street
X. 6.20 W. IIS feet to S. 6th Street;
thence with S. 6th Street N. 83.4 0 E.
4 IS feet to the beginning. These lots
hoing part of the lands devised to
the Defendants under the will of
John C. Cary.
No. 7.
All tboso lots of land situate in tho
State aforesaid, in tho, County of
Oconoe, lu or near tho corporate
limits of tho Town of Seneca, be
ing designated as Lots 1 to 16, In
clusive, in Block Q, and being all of
tho lois in this block, according to
n plat of tho lands of tho Estato of
John C. Cary, made by lt. E. Dalton,
September, 1920, and having tho fol
lowing metes and bounds, as shown
by said plat: Boginning at a point
in lino of Lot No. 1G and at tho cor
ner of said lot and of S. Gth and S.
Walnut Streets, and running thenco
with lino of last named street S. 6.20
E. IIS feet to S. 6th Stroot; thenco
with S. Gib Street and linos of Lots
9 and 8 S. 83.40 W. 418 foot to S.
Depot Street; thenco with S. Depot
St i oct N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S. 5th
Street; thence with S. 5th Stroot N.
S3.10 E. 418 foot to tho boginning.
Theso lots being part of tho lands
devised to Defendants under tho will
of John C. Cary.
No. 8.
All those lots of land, sltuuto in
tho Stato aforesaid, in tho County of
Oconee, and in or near thc corporato
limits of tho Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lots 1 to 16, inclusivo,
in Block II. and being all of tho lots
in this block, according to a plat of
tho lands of tho Estato of John C.
Cary, made by H. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 19 20, and having tho following
nietos and bounds, ns shown by said
plat: Boginning at a point in lino of
Lot No. 16 nnd at tho corner of said
lot and S. 4th Stroot ami S. Walnut
Stroot, and running thence with line
of last named stroet S. G.20 E. 418
foot to S. 5th Stroet; thenco with S.
5th Stroet nnd Unes of Lots 9 and 8
S. 83.40 W. 418 foot to S. Depot
Stroot; thoneo with S. Dopot Street
N. G.20 W. 418 foot to S. 4th Stroot;
thenco with S. 4th Stroot N. 83.40 E.
418 foot to tho beginning. Thcso lots
hoing part of tho lands dovlsod to
tho Defendants under 4ho will of
John C. Cary.
No. 9.
All thoso lots of land sltuato In thc
Stnto aforesaid, in tho County ol
Oconoo, In or noar tho corporato lim
its of tho Town of Sonoca, hoing dos
iga a (cd ns Lots 1 to 16, inclusivo,
lu Block 1, and hoing all of tho lote
in this block, according to a plat ot
the lands of tho Estate of John C.
Cary, made by tit, E. Dalton, Soptom
bor, 1920, and having tho follo.vlug
motes and bounds, as shown by said
pitt: J log inning nt a point in Uno
of Lot No. 16 and at the corner ,of
said lot and of S. 4th Streot and S.
?horry Street, and tunning thence
with Uno o^ inst named streot S. 0.2U
E. 118 feet to S. 5th Streot: thence
y/ith S. 6th Street and linea of Lots
9 and S S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S.
Walnut Street; thonce with S. Wal
nut Street N. 0.20 W. 418 feet to S.
4til Street; thence with S. 4lh Street
N. S3.-?0 E. 41S foot to the begin
ning. Theoe lota hoing part of tho
lands devised to tho Defendants un
der the will of John C. Cary,
No. 10.
All of those lots of land, sit?alo in
tao State aforesaid, in ibo County of
Oconee. and In or near tho corporate
limits of tho Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lots 1 to 10, inclusivo,
ir. block J, and being all of the lois
In this block, according to n plat of
tho lands of the Estate of .lohn C.
Cary, made by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having tho following
metes and bounds, ns shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in line
of Lot No. 10 and at tho cornor of
said lot and of S. Gth mid S. Cherry
Streets, and running thence with lino
of last named, street S. G.20 E. US
feet to S. 6th Streot; thonco with S.
0th Streot and lines of Lots 9 and 8,
S 83.40 W. 41S feet to S. Walnut
Street; thonco with S. Walnut Streot
N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S. 5th Street;
theneo with S. 5th Streot. N. 83.4 0 E.
41S feet to beginning. These lota
being part of the lands devised to
Defendants under tho will of John C.
Cary.
No. 11.
All those lots of land, situate in tho
State aforesaid, in the County of
Oconee, and in or near tho corporate
limits of tile Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lots 1 lo 11?, inclu
sive, in Block K, and being ail of tho
lots, in this block, according to a plat
Of the lands of the Estate of John O'.
Cary, made by R, E. Dalton, Septem
ber.. 1920, and having tho following
metes and hounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning nt a point in line
of Lot No. 16 and at the cornor of
said lot and of S. 6th Street and S.
Cherry Street, and running thonco
with line of last named street S. 6.20
E. 393 feet; thence with line of .Lot
9, S. 64.36 W. 73 feet; thence with
S. 7th Street and linos of Lots 9 and
8, S. S3.40 W. 349 foot to S. Walnut
Street; thence N. 6.20 W. with line
of S. Walnut Stroet 418 foot to S.
Gth Street; thence with S. 6th Street
N. 83.40 E. 418 feet to beginning.
Theso lots being part of tho lands
devised to tho Defendants under tho
will of John C. Cary.
Tho above lots will bo sold In
blocks, according to plat of same, and
Hie plat will be exhibited at tho sale.
Plat now on Ale in Master's Office.
TERMS OF SALE - CASH. That
should any purchaser of nald land
fail to comply with his bid within a
reasonable time, tho Mauler shall re
sell tho same upon tho same pr .some
subs?quent Snlesdny, at tho risk of
the iormei mnenasor, ;;nd s'V'l! con
tinue to re-sell until the purchaser
shall comply with his bid. That tho
purchaser at said sale bo required, at
the time his bid is acccptod,' to do
posit with the Master ten per cont
(10%) of tho amount of his hld,
provided, however, that the Plaintiff
may bid in said land without making
a deposit at the time, since tho Plain
tiff has a lion on said land; but tho
Plaintiff shall settle with tho Master
as any other purchaser should make
settlement.
Purchaser to pay extra for papors
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconco County, S. C.
May 17, 1922. 20-22
SHERIFF'S SALES FOR TAXES.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee. . .
By virtue of tho power contained
in a Warrant or Execution for delin
quent taxes, under tho band and
seal of tho County Troasuror for Oco
nee County, S. C., to mo directed, 1
will offer for sale, in flout of tho
Court House door, in Wallinna, S. C.,
to tho highest bidder, FOR CASH,
during tho legal hours of salo, on
Salosday in JUNE, 19 22, being MON
DAY, Juno 5th, tho following de
scribed tracts of land, to wit:
(1) . A tract of 117 acro3 of land,
moro or less, In Tugaloo Township,
Oconee County, S. C., on tho weat
sido of Changa Creek, known as tho
homo placo of T. G. Craig, and tho
samo purchased by him from W. L.
England. Samo to ho sold as tho
property of T. G. Craig, defaulting
tax-payer.
(2) . A tract of 18 acres, moro or
less, in Seneca Township, County and
State aforesaid, adjoining lands of
M, M. Hunter, D. W. Daniels and
others. Samo io bo sold as the prop
el ty of Milledgo Foster, defaulting
tax-payer.
(3) . A tract of 5 acres, moro or
less, in Center Township, County and
Stato aforesaid, adjoining lands of
W. II, Crawford, D. H. Marett and
others, and to bo sold as tho property
of P. M. Whitflold, defaulting tax
payer W. M. ALEXANDER,
Sheriff of Oconoe County, S. C.
May 17, 1922. 20-22
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
Notice is horoby given that, pur
suant to tho authority vostod in mo
by Statute, I will offer for salo, in
front of tho Court Houso door, in
Walhalla. S, C., betweon tho logal
hours of sale, on Salosday in JUNE,
1922, one Essex Touring Car, Motor
No. 34597. Said car having been
solzed while being used for transpor
tation of intoxicating liquor, and by
reason of which lt has boen doclarod
forfeited to the Sta/e of South Caro
lina.
Terms of Sale-CASH ON DAY
OF SALE.
W. M. ALEXANDER,
. Sheriff of Oconee County, S. 0.
Max 17, 1022i. 20-23 j

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