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June 15th t<
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4* CANDIDATES. *\
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Announcements under this head
ing will be published for tho uniform'
sum of $5.00, which inoludes inser
tion continuously up to and includ
ing wook of primary election, and
week of second election where can
didates have to make a second race.
Payment Invariably in advance.
This rate contempl?tes announce
ment in regular form, not exceeding
seven lines. Moro extended announce
ments will bo charged extra for all
in excess of tho sovon lines used.
FOR CONGRESS.
I am a candidato for re-election to
Congress from tho Third Congres
sional District, subject to the rules
cf tho Democratic partyT
"FRED 'II. DO.Mi'XI CK.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for tho House of Representa
tives from Oconce County, subject
to the will of tho Democratic voters
in the primary elections. I pledge
my best efforts if elected.
E. TI MM ERM AN.
The friends of J. R. ORR hereby
announce him a candidate for the
House of Representatives from Oco
nee County, subject to the rules of
the Democratic party in the primary
election. FRIENDS.
400 Halos Cotton Lost by Lightning.
Ridge Spring, S. C., June 4.-Tho
Monetta cotton warehouse, three
miles north of Ridgo Springs, con
taining about 400 bales of cotton,
was completely destroyed by fire at
12 o'clock to-day. Lightning struck
the building and caused the fire. Tho
loss, which Is between $40,000 and
$50,000, is fully covored by Insur
ance through tho State warehouse
system.
Adding to
We have bought
to our stock this
pl?)te stock of tl
ware Oo. of this
Exclusive Hardware
THIS GIVES US HY ALL ODDS
PLETE STOCK OE HARDWARE
WE SOLICIT A CONTINUANCE
IT HAS REEN OUR PRIVILEGE
TEEN YEARS- (Juno 4th, 1001,
WE EXPECT TO (JIVE THE I
CENT PURCHASE IN GREATLY
OUR LINES ON WHICH WE AHE
FOR OUR Al). IN NEXT WEEK'S
FOR HA HG AI NS IN HARDWARE.
Ballenger Hi
(In thc Colcm,
Seneca
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DAYS
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or All Five Days $2.5Q
V WEEK HERE.
r> June 20th.
Rainfall and Temporal, ure.
Bolow ls a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt
co-operative observer of the Weather
Bureau of the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during the week ending
June 4 til, 1922, at 7 ?. m. (The
Instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard Instruments ex
posed in the manner recommended
by the chief of the Weather Bureau)
Character of
Day.
Date
Tempera
ture.
0)
X)
May 29-Clear. . . .1. . . .]!
May -tfO-Ptly cldy. ....,
M?Ty 31-Cloudy .J .30
.lune 1-Cloudy .. . .10
.lune 2-Cloudy. . . .81
June 3-Clear ........ ?
Juno I-Ptly cldy. j .77?{
76
SO
72'
75
741
851
S6i
Total rainfall . . , 2.01
Note of Thanks.
Editor Keowee Courier:
We wish to express to our many
friends our thanks and appreciation
for the many kindnesses and sympa
thy shown us during our extremo
sorrow. We wish nlso to express ap
predation for the beautiful floral of
feringa contributed. May God shower
his blessings on each and reward
them many times.
Mrs. J. E. Woolbright,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Woolbright
(adv.) and Family.
Keowee Township Singers.
Tho Keowee Township Singing
Convention Will meet with Stam
Creek church on tho second Sunday
in June, the ll th, nt 2 p. m. All
lovors of music are invited to attend
E. Littletn, President.
Je8so Sloan, Secretary.
Our Stock
-, and are moving
a week the corn
ie Adams Hard
city.
and Accessory Lines.
I THE LARGEST A VD MOST COM
IX OCOXHE COU?.TV.
! OF YOUR PATRONAGE, WHICH
TO SHARE POP* THE PAST EIGH
to Juno .lthfcl?22.
RADE ADVANTAGE OF OUR UK?
REDUCED PRICES OX MAXY OF
XOW OVERSTOCKED. WATCH
PAPER, AXR-CALL OX US XOW
ardware Co.,
an Old Stand,)
NEWS NOTES FROM CONEROSS.
Lightning Strikes Homo, Shocking
hut Not Injuring inmutes.
Coueross, June JU-Special: Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Alexander and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Alexan
der, all of Greenville, were welcome
visitors in the community1 recently.
They visited at tho homes of Mrs.
Mary Dil worth and J. W. Alexander.
IMrs. C. E. DuBoso and children,
Hew and Francos, of Tamassoo, spent
last week with the former's aunt,
Mrs. J. B. Vaughn, and family, of
this community. They arrived Sat
urday and were accompanied hy Miss
Minnie Vaughn, who spent Sunday
and Monday with their uncle, Joe
Duncan, of Westminster.
Miss Jessie Harker spout the first
part of this week with relativos near
Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Roach are en
tertaining a little hoy at their home,
tho young gentleman having arrived
last Friday week.
Eulous Smith, wife and children,
of West Union, were weak-end visit
ors at the home of Mrs. Smith's fa
ther, J. D. Abbott, recently.
Decoration Day was observed nt
Coueross by a few of tho ladles, who
met at 4.3 0 with Howers and decora?
ed the graves of the old soldiers who
were laid to rest in the Coueross
cemetery.
. T. D. Darker and wife, of near
Westminster, wero recent guests of
the former's brother, G. L. Barker,
and family, of this vicinity.
Little James and William Arm
strong, of Richland, spent the first
few days of last week with their
grandmother, Mrs. S. M. Hunsinger,
of Coneross, while their mother at
tended the class reunion at the G.W.
C. at Greenville on (Monday and Tues
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Montgomery
and Mrs. S. J. Barker and children,
of Walhalla, were recent gAiests of
tho Misses Barker.
Miss Pearle Hunsinger carried her
Royal Ambassador chapter to the an
nual meeting at Walhalla last Fri
day. Several of the ladies also at
tesded and enjoyed the meeting.
Grover Hubbard ami wife, of Rich
land, wore recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse King, of this place.
Mrs. Henry Kell, of near here, and
her daughter, .Mrs. W. G. Shull, of
Greenville, loft last Thursday for
Washington, D. C., where they will
\isit their daughter and sister, Miss
Bessie Kell, who is a trained nurse
in Hint city.
A sumptuous birthday dinner was
given to Mrs. Margaret Addis, a very
agod lady, at her home near here on
her birthday on May 24th, by her
children, several of whom live near
her, while others were scattered in
different parts of the county and
State, dior children and grandchil
dren comprise a very large family,
hut nearly all were present on this
interesting occasion, as well as a few
friends. Mrs. Addia's many friends
wish for her many moro happy birth
days.
During the electric storm which
p.'.ssed over this community Sunday
afternoon tho home of B. W. .Alex
ander was struck by n bolt of light
ning, which' played practically all
over tho house, leaving its marks
hut MO damage was done to tho house
except sn the dining room, where tho
heavy bolt struck the side of the
room, splitting tho weatherboarding
and cutting off the lower end of the
room, and also splitting some of tho
flaming. The screens were shaken
oft tho windows and a few window
panes were shattered. Mr. and Mrs
Alexander, Jesse King, Grover Hub
bard and Miss Janie Alexander, who
were in the house at the time, re
ccived slight shocks, from which they
all soon recovered. Miss Lucy Pat
terson and little Vivian King were
also in the house, but they were not
shocked. There were also several
babies in the home at the time, bu
If they wore shocked by the bolt they
gave no evidence of it. Those receiv
lng the shock wore not in the dining
room, where the main bolt struck
but were scattered in different rooms
about the home, some up-stairs an
others on the first floor. We feel
very grateful that the occupants of
the house escaped with no serious in
Jury.
Other effects of the storm In our
community, so far ns we have heard
comprise the killing of two head of
cattle thAt were in Mrs. H. J. Hesse'
pasture, one belonging to C. E. Gam
brell, of Richland, and one to Mr
Heddon, of West Union.
.Mrs. W. Abbott abd daughter, Miss
A.nnio, of West Union, are spendin
this week with tho former's sister
Mrs. S. M. Hunsinger.
W. O. Alexander made a short trip
;o Greenville.
Tho ' comniittoe appointed to ar
.ango tho program for Christian Ed
ication to be carried out hore at
a ter dato request all of the chlldron
vho have been given parts to be pres
?nt nt Sunday school next Sunday^ to
>ractice. .
Rev. I. E. Wallace, of Seneca, pas
or of tho Seneca and Richland .Pres
>ytorian churches, spent last Thurs
lay with members of his church at
he latter place, stopping with Mrs
3. C. DuBose, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
jnmbrell, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Alex
mtier and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Alox
mdor. He was accompanied by Mrs
Charlie DuBose and children, of Son
jen.
Quito a number nttonded tho dill
Iron's Day and Cradlo Roll exorcises
it Rocky Knoll last Sunday, both of
vhich were carried out beautifully
md wore enjoyod by nil.
G. L. Barker and family and (Miss
dzzle parker spent tho wook-on
vith relatives In Sonocn.
Cradle roll exorcises will bo car
led out. nt Coueross next Sunday
ho londor, Mrs. S. M. Hunsinger.
>f tho mothers of tho eradlo r
nemhers are requested to bring
inbles from thrco yenrs of ago dow
ilso thoso that aro to be promoted
South Union Local Notes.
Westminster, R.F.D. 3. June 6.
Speoial: Rev. Freemon flllod lils ap
pointment nt South Union last fourth
Sunday. This was his first Sunday
to be with us since moving Into our
community. Rov. Freeman came up
from Taylors, and we aro glad Indeed
to have him and Mrs.'Freeman In
our midst, and hope to mako them
feel welcome in theirs new home.
Mrs. Walter Gibson has been very
sick for several days. We trust that
she may soon be on the road to re
covery.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McJunkin, of
Florida, have been spending a few
weeks with thoir son and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Will McJunkin. They
left a few days ago for their summer
home in Demorest, Ga.
Those enjoying the kind hospital
ity, of Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Marett last
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Har
ris and little daughter, Rachael, and
Misses llertie Harris, Flora Callaham
and Aden Cole and Henry Harris.
Mrs\ Mauldin, of Lavonia, Ga., is
the guest of her father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin" Harris arel
entertaining a little daughter at their
home. Slie has boon christened Mar
garet.
Mrs.Will McJunkin and babe spent
a part of last week in Gainesville,Ga.
Miss Audry Shirley, of Seneca, ls
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. W. L.
Thomas.
Hiram King, of Anderson, ls with
his daughter, Mrs. Walter Gibson,
during her Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Allon are en
tertaining a little stranger. The little
lady arrived on Juno 3d.
The little babe of Mr. and Mrs.
Ceo. Honey is very ill. We hope that
there will soon be a change for the
better in the little ono's condition.
The farmers of this community
aro getting very blue on account of
so much rain. But we trust' there
are brighter days to come.
Explosion nt Hemingway Fatal.
Hemingway, S. C.. June 2.-Dr. W.
C. Hemingway died this afternoon nt
r? o'clock as a result of a gasoline
explosion th.s morning.. It is said
that the explosion occurred while Dr.
Hemingway was sterilizing some sur
gical instruments.
Children's Buy nt Zlrtn.
There will be Children's Day exor
cises at Zion church next Sunday,
June ll, beginning at ll o'clock a.
m. There will be singing In the af
ternoon. All lovers of music are In
vited to come and bring song books.
The public ls cordially Invited to
come and bring well-lllled baskets.
(Committee)-?Mrs. Morgan, Miss
Nellie Power, Miss Bessie" Loe.
Five lulled inPowder Mill Explosion
Oakland, yj?.Lj June 6.-'Five men
ari: .load. Ci ree badly Injured and a
dryer Wrecked* as the result of an
explosion nt the Trojan Powder Co.
plant iii San Lorenzo, eleven miles
frpm i lids'; ohy, to-day.
Lenili? Sftfl?rs Serious Stroke.
Mo '0\\\ June 4. - Confirmation
w a ?nod to-day of the report
thal S'ikoiai L?nine, tho Bolshevik
premier, had suffered an apoplectic
stroke ll is declared that his con
di fi or lons, but that he is im
prO . ii: . .
Important Meeting at Boone's Creek.
There will be a meeting at Boone's
Creek school house on next Tuesday,
June 13th, at 10 o'clock a. m., for
the purpose oft discussing important
matters concerning our school. All
patrons are urged to attend prompt
ly, and the citizens have an oqually
urgent invitation to be present and
take part in the meeting.
A. J. Heaton, for Trustees.
Lillian Russell Has Passed Away.
Pittsburg, Pa., June 6.-Mrs. Lil
lian Russell Moore, wife of A. P.
Moore, publisher of the Pittsburg
Lender, and noted stage beauty of
a score and more years past, died at
her home at '2.20 o'clock this morn
ing, after an illness of several days.
Seneca Township Singers.
The Seneca Township Singing As
sociation will meet at tho Y. M. C. A.
building in Seneca on the 2d Sunday,
June 11th, at 2.30 p. m. Come, and
let's have a good evening of song and
praise. J. M. Abbott, Pros.
C. t>. Gillespie, Secy.
COUNTY CLAIMS APPROVED.
(List of Claims audited and ap
proved by Oconeo County Advisory
Board at its meeting held on June
2d, 1922:
Salaries.
J. C. Shockley:.$ 154.16
W. H. Simmons. 12.50
W. R. Hunt. 12.50
J. B. 8. Dendy. 50.00
W. J. Schroder . 25.00
R. H. Alexander . 55.55
Ralph M. Pike . 55.55
L, C. Speares. 150.00
W. M. Alexander. 175.00"
Ous Sullivan . 75.00
W. L. Littleton . 100.00
W. A. Lawless . 100.00
0. A. Ilunnicutt . 100.00
V. V. Martin. 16.C7
\V. H. Cobb . 62.50
J. Perry Garner. 50.00
Miss Ethel L. Counts.... 90.91
Heo. R. Briggs. 166.66
M. T. Hughs . 25.00
VV, M. Dillard . 25.00
\. P. Grant '. 25 . 00
ii, C. Graham. 10.41
W. M. Cobb. 12.50
J. L. Roedor. 12.50
R\ W. Bowen . 12.50
Henry Jones. 30.00
Dr. H. F. Thode . 20.83
1. G. Mitchell. 125.00
Total for Salaries.$ 1750.74
Contingent.
Wi M. Aloxandor ?..$ 51.00
A. P. Grant... . 31.72
W? M. Alexander . 1.00
V. F. Martin. 2.28
W. J. Schroder. 8.21
Ralph M. Pike. 2.00
J. C. Shockley. 1.00
L. C. Spca res. 3.50
Total for Contingent 100.71
Chain Gnng.
G. !.. Broom .$ 62.75
Geno Cobb. 62.00
.Mat. Cobb. 62.00
W. C. Kelley. 100.00
J. G. McWhortor . 2.5 0
Ron. F. Clelnnd . ?5.85
Mason Simpson . 64.50
B. D. Dickson. 62.00
C. K. Brown.>. . 62.00
Strother & Phinney .... 8.23
A. T. Smith. 9.25
Frank di. Shirley . 188.90
J. C. Shockley. 26.40
J. H. Alloy. 620.65
Hutchison Bros. 11.43
Ans. McKinney. 37.05
C. W. & J. 15. Bnuknlght. 4.00
A. L?. Garrott. 100.00
Dr. E. di. Gilbert . 2 . 00
Total toy Chain Gang..? 1501.51
Ronds,
.1. D. Harking.$ 3.00
.Tojin Barker . 5.00
W. J. Stribling . 33.00
L. W. Grant . 22.15
H. G. Sims . 23.35
E. B. l-l agger ty. 7 2 . 85 j
J. X. Nicholson . 7 . 00
Geo. Seaborn, Agent .... 40.00
J. W. Mixon.; . . . 60 . 00
.lohn Shockley. 40.00
J. L. Kell. 9.64
Hill Whitehead . 4.00
M. L. Harbin. 42 . 25
Piedmont Motor Co. 66.35
Brock Oil Co. 361.33
Sam Cnllas. 5.50
Livingston Farni . 40.50
J. C. Shockley. 11.90
Bank of West Union, asgn 213. G2
Luther Hlbberts. 5 . 50
J. S. Smith. 25.00
W. R. Bottoms. 15.60
Sullivan Hdw. Co. 70. S 8
M. E. Kolloy. 8.50
M. A. Moss . 22 . 50
Total for Roads .$ 1214.42
Bridges. '
Ray Herron .$ 30.60
T. M. Cox. 10 . 00
H. C. Busch. 1-5.48
W. IM. Durham. 12.50
O. L. Driver. 15.00
Duke & Eyles. 158.26
Johnston Construe. Co... 10.75
Sullivan Hdw. Co. ' 20.10
Josh Barker. 8.00
T. U. Mitchell. 20. 3 4
J. T. Brock. 34 . 60
R. O. Brock. 75.00
P. J. Durham . 54.90
M. V. Burton. 30 . 60
T. J. Swaney . 22.60
J. T. Ward. 26.60
R. M. Richardson . 200.00
H. F. Thode._ 30.45
Total for Bridges _? 775.78
Public Buildings.
C. G. Jaynes.$ 29 . 00
D. E. Good. 1.00
Standard OB Co. . 3 2.50
AV. M. Alexander . 1.40
Walhalla Electric Plant.. 17.00
Total for Pub. BldgS. .$ SI.50
Books, Stationery, Printing.
Tugaloo Tribuno .$ 4.60
Walker, Evans & Cogswell
Co. 102.39
Farm and Factory. 72.88
Total Books, S. & P.. . $ 179.87
Telephones.
W. M. Alexander .$ 5.90
L. C. Speares. 3.00
Ralph M. Pike. 3.00
R. -H. Alexander. 4 . 80
W. J. Schroder. 3.00
J. C. Shockley. 6.00
Total, for Telephones. $ 25 . 7*0
Poor Farm and Poor.
Frank H. Shirley.$ 2 4.00
W. R. Cobb. 168.66
C. G. Jaynes. 29.90
C. W. & J. E. Bauknlght. 131.12
Westminster O. & ?F. Co. . 16.21
Rescue Orphanage. 5.00
Total P. F. and Poor..? 374.88
Lunacy and Post Mortem.
V. F. Martin.$ 10.00
W. M. Alexander. 102.36
Dr. J. W. Bell. 15.00
.F. H. Cobb. 5 . 00
Dr. T. C. Hall. 5 . 00
Total Lunacy & P. M.. . $ 137.36
Dieting Prisoners. .
W. M. Alexandor.$ 148.50
Grand Total .$0,200.07
J. C. SHOCKLEY,
J. B. S. DENDY, Supervisor.
Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF AP
PLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
In the District Court of tho United
States, for tho Western District of
South Carolina.
In tho Matter of 'ADGWR M. ALEX
ANDER, Westminster, S.C., Bank
rupt.- (No. B-295, In Bankruptcy.
To tho Creditors of the above named
Bankrupt: -
Tako notice, That on May 2Gth,
10 22, tho above named Bankrupt
filed his petition in said Court pray
ing that ho may bo decreed by tho
Court to have a full discharge from
all debts provable against his estate,
except such debts as aro oxcoptotl by
law from such dischargo, and a hoar
Ing was thereupon ordorod and will
be had upon sahl petition on ."TUNE
27, 1922, before said Court at Green
ville, in said District, at ll o'clock
in tho forenoon, at which timo and
placo al' known crodltors and othor
persons In interest may appear and
si ow causo, If any they have, why
tho prayer of said petition should not
be grnntod. D. C. DURHAM,
Clerk.
Datod at Greenville, S. C., May 27,
1022.
May 31, 1922. 22-25
Auto Repair
Work.
WE DO , ADD KINDS OF
AUTOMOBILE R E P A I K
WORK ON SHOUT NOTICE
AND AT REASONABLE
, RATES.
MR. DoWlTV PELL,
Export Mechanic and Grad
uate- of Auto Repair School,
lins oversight of nil Work.
EVERY PIECE OP WORK
GUARANTEED.
SEE US FOR QUICK AND
SATISFACTORY SERVICE
Edwards & Snead.
2 1* WESTWUN ION, S. C.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF AP
PLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
In the District Court of tho United
States for the Western District of
South Carolina.
In tho Matter of Thomas Stephen
Moore, Seneca, S. C., Bankrupt.
No. B-274 In Bankruptcy.
To tho Creditors of tho abovfe named
Bankrupt: -
Take notice, that on May 30, 1922,
the above named bankrupt filed his
petition In said Court, praying that
ho may be decreed by the Court to
have a full discharge from all debts
provable against his estate, except
such debts as aro excepted by law
from" such discharge, and a hearing
was thereupon ordered and will bo
had upon said petition on JUNE 30,
1922, before said Court, at Green
ville, In said District, at 11 o'clock In
tho forenoon, at which timo and placo
all kn'own creditors and other per
sons in interest may appear and show
ciaise, if any they' have, why the
prayer of said petition should not
be granted.
D. C. DIPRIHAM, Clerk.
Dated at Greenville, S. C., M Ay 2 0,
1922. 23-26 .
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
May 29, 1922.
The Qualified Electors and Resi
dent Freeholders of Legal Voting
Ago in Salem School District, No. 42,
will PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, That
on .Election will bo hold at Salem
School House on Wednesday, June
14th, 1922, between the hours of 7
A. M. and 4 P. M., for tho purpose of
voting on tho question of levying a
Four-Mill Tax on all property In said
District for the purpose.of support
ing a"High School. Respectfully
P. L. GREEN,
J. A. SLOAN,'
A. C. WHITTEN,
Trustees.
May 31, 1922. 22-23
TRUSTEE ELECTION.
All School Districts in Oconee
County that hnvo not already hold an
alectlon for Trustees will please hold
this election at tho School (House on
SATURDAY, June 17th, between tho
hours of 1 and 3 o'clock.
Tho County Board of Education
will fill all vacancies where districts
io not care to elect.
Respectfully, L. C. SPEARES,
Superintendent of 'Education.
June 7, 1922. 23-24
UNIVERSITY
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS.
Entrance Examinations to the Uni
versity of South Carolina will be
held by the County Superintendent
Df Education at tho County Court
House, FRIDAY, July 14, 1922, at
El A. M.
Tho University offers varied
30ursos of study in Science, Litera
ture, History, Law and Business. The
jxpenses aro 'Moderate, and many op
portunities for self-support are af
forded. Scralorships are available
For full particulars wrlto to
PRESIDENT W. S. CU KRELL,
University of South Carolina',.
Columbia, S. C.
June 7, 1922. 23-35-26
CITATION NOTICE.
The State of South Carolina,
bounty of Oconee.-(In Court of
Probate.)-By V. F. Martin, Judge
>f Probate.-Whereas, W. O. White
1er has made suit to mo to grant him
Loiters of Administration of tho
Osta'o of and Effects of Mrs. Eliza
>eth Carver, Decoased
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
nonlsh all and singular the kindred
md crodltors of the said Mrs. Ellza
>eth Carver, Doceased, that they bo
ind appear before me, in the Court
>f Probate, to bo held at Walhalla
3ourt House, South Carolina, on
Wednesday, the 7th day of June,
L922, after publication hereof, at ll
)'clock in the forenoon, to show
?auso, if any they have., why tho said
Vdmlnlstratlon should not bo grant
>d.
Glvon tinder my hand and seal this
50th day of May, A. D. 1922.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN,
fudgo of Probate for Oconee County,
South Carolina.
Published on tho 24th and Slat
lays of May, 1922, in Tho Keowee
fourier, and on the Court HOUBO
loor for the time prescribed hy law.
May 24, 1922. 21-22

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