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KEOWEE COURIER
(Established 18 tu.)
Entered at tho Post?nico at Wal
halla, S. C., as >l?dl Matter of tho
Second Class, under Act of Congress,
March 3d, i ?70.
Published Every Wednesday Morning
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Six Months.55
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Adortivslug Hates lteasonablo.
By Steck, Shelor, 11 uglis & Sbclor.
Communications of a personal
character charged for as advertise
ments. Obituary natices, cards of
thanks and tributes of respect, eitbor
by Individuals, lodges or churches or
societies, charged for as for adver
tisements. Cash must accompany tho
manuscript, and nil such notices will
be marked "Adv." Ill conformity with
postal requirements.
WALHALLA, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18, 1022.
W. T. BEA ll DEN (Aid.Kl) TO it GST
Aged and Respected Citizen Passed
away at Ho Years, Nov. 8th,
Westminster, ll.P.D.. Nov. 13.
Special: On last Wednesday morn
ing, Nov Sib, tho palo horso, bear
ing his grim rider, called Death, ca
tered tho home of W. T. BoardeU,
near Oak way, and placed his cold,
steely hand on that bravo old heart
and bade it cease to beat. Mr. Bear
den had been ill for some time, and
his near friends wore not surprised
when the end came.
Mr. Dearden had just passed his
Stub year. To bo exact, ho "reached
his suth year on Aug. 30, this year.
Ho was a son of the old Confederacy,
and had served in the Civil War un
der thc command of the best gen
erals; and many were tho interesting
stories ho told me of his experi
ences during tho dark days of thc
sixties. Ho had an unusual memory,
nerves of si etd and a cool head. In
his going oui tho immediate family
has losi a husband and father (lint
thoy eau never folget. The place ho
hold in ihf hearts of Iiis Oakway
friends eau never ho lilied by another
- mu! Oconee has lost one of her best
i itizons.
Mr. I'carden was a friend and
nolgbor worth while, and In his quiet
end unassuming way he was ever
ready to help those in need. Tho
good advice ho hold for the young
was like that of pure gold because
ho bad tried oui the different roads
of life und knew what paid him best.
Though ho oiien strayed into forbid
den wey.;, he turned huck to tho path
of righi always, shortly before he
died ho said the way was clear, and
that he was going to meet the blessed
Nazarene who once suffered for him.
1 had several personal talks with
Mr. Dearden and he gave mc most
of his life's history. Some how wo
were attached lo each oilier. 1 took
him oui on his last ride, and he gave
mo advice that 1 shall not soon for
get. 1 shall ever hold sacred tho con
fidence ho placed in me, and in the
days lo come, whoa tall, rank grass
shall have grown on his grave over
his manly breast, I shall reverence
his men.orv and not ferset the trust
ho gnvo into ny keeping.
As ' said before, ho oft made mis
takes, but ho was ready lo admit
them and repent. And I believe that
thc sad-faced ango] whoso duty it
was io write his errors down one day
smiled on the poor, repentant heart
and look up tho blotter of forgive
ness and cancelled tho page of sin,
and throw it Into Hie waste-basket
of forgetfulness.
(>!!?. proof of Oakway s love for
)iim was the weight of Howers that
wi ... pim .-I on and around his casket
ni ho Dineral service, which was
ItlCted by Kev. L 1!. Kaines, of
Long Creek. Thal night tho moon
ki ?sed a fragrant pall of
i irth' veetesi blossoms, covering
the chi .? mound that was raised
above his hoad
I write i bis bo muse I feel thal l
1 wo if '?> bim as ino last act of r?
sped that ! can offer. And may llca
v on he k nd to mo, lo you. and lo all
who lent w liim, and some sweet, piad
day nive us thc res! wo believe ls
' ow his. it. A Williams.
SEWS IN IIKIEP 1 DOM SENECA.
Dev. I. I'.. Wallace Asks Dissolution
Pastoral Debit ion-Personals.
?noca, Nov. l l. Special: Mrs. (;.
W. D igll ill ii I and Miss .Sue GigUil
liat returned tho latter part of the
wei v niter a ton days' stay in At
lanta.
.Mi 1 ladys Wilson, .of Abbeville
county, has 'oren added to tho faculty
of Seneca High school ?nd is at tho
head of tho school of expression, she
entered upon her new duties Monday
morning,
ri . session of Hie Presbyterian
chu iv h on Sunday culled for a Con
gregational mooting for the fourth
Sunday morning lo consider and net
upon tho request of (ho pastor, Dev.
I. K. Wallace, to join him in a re
quest lo Piedmont Presbytery to dis
solve his existing pastoral relation
. tho church, to take effect Jan.
1st, v.. Wallace wishes to accept n
il to tho superintendency of homo
I IsslonS and Sabbath school and tho
young people's work of Piedmont
Presbytery. During tho niuo and a
half years of Mr. Walla co's pastorate
ho has endeared himself In the hearts
Of tho people, who viii deeply regret
*o have him leave, in caso his request
ls granted. Ho has dono a wonderful
work in the <advanceinont of tho
kingdom - work t- at will Influence
lives for good in years to como.
Mrs. li. W. Vornor'8 garden of
dahlias and chrysanthemums has
boon vorlly u gardon of magnificent
specimens of- tho autumn Howers,
and many visitors, both of Seneca
ami out-of-town, aro attracted to her
homo by thom. Mrs. Vernor sont ex
hibits to Atlanta, Greenville, Ander
sen and Westminster fairs, carrying
off first honor at each ono.
.After spending the summor and
early anni nm with her dnughtor, Mrs
J. S. Strlbiing, Mrs. Hell loft Tuesday
morning for Florida for tho wintor.
Tho November meeting of tho D.
A. H. chapter will bo held Tuesday,
the 21st, with Mrs. Frank Alexan
der. Tho following program will be
rendered; Response to roll-call; cur
rent events... Paper, "Tho Waxhaw
Settlement," Mrs. E. C. Doyle; paper,
"Collolon, florry and Williamsburg
Counties," Mrs. C. W. Glgnllltat.
Dr. E. A. Hines, secretary of tho
Stato Medical Association, left Sun
day for Chattanooga, Tenn., where
ho will attend tho meeting of tho
Southern Medical Association. From
'Chattanooga ho will go to Chicago
for tho annual meeting of the secre
taries of all State Medical Associa
tions At 'bo request of the prestdont
of tho Southern Medical Association
Dr. Hines presided at tho dinner
given in honor of the pesidonts, sec
retaries and State health ofliccrs In
Chattanooga Tuesday evening.
Mrs. E. C. Doyle ls in Spartanburg
attending tho 2(5th annual conference
of tho South Carolina D.A.H., which
is in sossion tho l-l th to 16th. Mrs.
Doyle represents tho Wizard of Ta
massee Chapter at the conference.
Mesdames T.E. Stribllng and Clara
V. McCarey, of Greenville, spent the
week-end in Seneca. Their numerous
friends accorded them a warm wel
come on their return to their fomer
homo town.
Mrs. Murray and her two attract
ive daughters, Misses Mary and Sara
Murray, of Charlotte, were guests in
the home of Mrs. L. W. Vernor sev
eral days the past week.
Mrs. Sean and Miss Lucy Sonn, of
Newberry; Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Sena
and two children, of Cross Hill, wero
recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Thorn well Senn, on Walhalla street.
"Mr. mid Mrs. Maloo Unison, of St.
Augustine, Fla., have announced the
engagement of their daughter, Edith,
to William Cherry Davis, of Seneca,
the event to take place Nov. 22d.
Much interest centers about this wed
ding of late November, Miss Hutson
being a very popular, talented and
charming young girl, she ls a*gradu
ate of St. Mary's College at Raleigh.
N. C.. whore she specialized in music.
She is an accomplished pianist and
possesses a sweet soprano voice,
which has boen well trained. During
several vacation periods at St. Mary's
she has visited a college chum , in
Seneca, whore sbo met Mr. Davis.
The young man has made a number
of visits lo St. Augustine durii.g tho
last few years, and bas won a num
ber of friends here during these com
paratively brief sojourns."
The above announcement, which
is taken (rom the St.Augustine Even
ing Record, will be of special Inter
est to scores of friends in the Caro
linas, where the Davis family ls so
widely known. Mr. Davis, tho groom
to-be. is the eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren lt. Davis. Oconee's hon
ored citizens, and who live near Sen
eca. Ile is a young man of strong
character, marked with fine business
qualifications. Miss Dutson made
many friends boro during her visits
to Miss Sara Davis from time to time,
and it will bo a delight to them to
have her return to make her perma
nent home in their midst. Mr. Davis
will leave Saturday morning in bis
car for St. Augustine. Ho will be ac
companied by bis sister, Miss Sara,
and Charles V. Stribling, of Green
ville.
Wagoner Township Singing Ass'n.
The Wagener Township Singing
Association will meet with Pleasant
Itidgo Baptist church next Sunday
afternoon, Nov. 10th. Everybody bas
a cordial invitation to attend, and a
warm welcome awaits all. Dring song
books and Ito's bave a good time.
J. F. Morton, President.
Clyde Hale, Clerk.
A now circular saw for quickly
cutting railroad rails is operated
either by an electric motor or by
han il.
Master's Sales
STATE OF SOUTH CA RODINA,
COUNTY OP OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant lo dei ree.-, of the afore
said Court, in t ho cases named he
ir w, I will offer for sale, to tho high
est bidder, In front of tho Court
House door, at Walhalla, S. C., on
MONDAY, tho Uh day of December.
1922, between tho legal hours of
salo, the tracts and lots of land bo
low described:
V. M. Babb, Plaintiff,
against
Mary L. Cary and Whittier L. Cary,
Defendant.-;.
No. 1.
All thosf! lots of land, situate in
tho County Of Oconee, State of South
Carolina, within or near tho corpo
rate limits of the Town of Seneca,
being Numbers I to 8; inclusive, in
Block A, according to a plat of the
Esta lo of John C. Cary, made by R.
E, Dalton, April, 1021, and having
tho following metes and bounds, ac
cording to said plat: Beginning at
a pola! at the corner of S. Ith and S.
Dopol Streets- and running thence
with S. Depot Street. S. 6.20 K. IIS
foot lo a point at the southeast cor
ner of said Lot So. S on S. nth
St'i et: thence willi 1 i ' named street
and lino of Loi Ko. S S. 83.10 W. 20:?
feet to SOU th WOSt comer of said lot;
thence N. f..20 W. -118 feet to a point
on S. 1th Street; thence with last
named street and lino of Lot No. 1,
209 feet to tho beginning. Theso be
ing part of the lands devised to tho
Defendants under tho will of tho
said John C. Cnry.
*x ' No. 2.
AU those- lots of land, situate in
tho County of Oconoo, in the State
aforesaid} within or near the corpo
rate limits of tho Town of Seneca,
and being numbered 1 to 14, incdu
slev, in Block B, according td a plat
of tho Estate' of John C. Cary', made
by ii. E. Dalton, April, 1921, having
tho following motos and bounds, as
shown by said plat: Beginning at a
point, at the northeastern coruor of
said Lot NO. J 4 und at tho intersec
tion of S. 5th and S. Dopot Streets,
and running thence with lust named
street S. 0.20 10. 4 18 foot to Souhl
cast corner of Lol No. 7; thence with
lines of Lots No. 7 and No. G and
with S. Otb Street S. 83.4 0" W. 418
foot to a point on S.Townville Street;
thcnco with said S. Townvillo Strcot
|N. 6.20 VV. 313.6 foot to northwest
cornor of Lot No. 1 ; thence with Uno
of Lot No. 1, NT. 83.10 Ii. 209 feet to
a point at tho intersection of Lots
Nos. ti 12 and 13; thence N. 6.20 W.
104.5 feel to S. 5th Street; thence
with said street and with Une of Lot
No. 14, 209 feet to the beginning.
Tbeso lots being part of tho lands
devised to Mary L. Cary and Whinier
L. Cary under tho will of John C.
Cary.
No. 3.
AU those lots of land situate in the
Stato aforesaid, in Ocoreo County,
and within or near the corporato
limits of tho Town of Seneca? desig
nated as Lots Nos. 1 to 12, inclusive,
in Block C, on a plat of tho lands of
John C. Cary, made by R. E. Dalton,
April, 1921, and having the follow
ing metes and bounds, as shown by
said plat: Beginning at a point ut
intersection of S. Depot and S. 6th
Streets, being a cornor of said Lot
No. 12, and running thonco with S.
Dopol Street S. G.20 E. 418 feet to
S. 7th Street; thence with last named
street and lines of Lots 5 and I S.
83.40 W. IIS feet to S. Townvillo
Street; thence With S. Townvillo
Street N. G.20 W. 209 feet to north
west corner of Lot No. 1; thence
with line of Lot No. 1 N. S3.4 0 G.
209 foot to joint corners of 'Lots 1,
S and 9; tbenco with lines of Lots 9,
10, ll* mid 12, N. 6.20 W. 209 feet
to S. 6th Street; thonco with last
named street N. 83.40 E. 209 feet to
the beginning. These lots being part
of tho lands devised to nald Defend
ants under tho will of John C. Cary.
, No. 4.
All thoso parcels or lots of land,
sltuato in tho County of Oconee, in
the Stato aforesaid, and within or
near the corporate limits of the Town
of Seneca, being designated as' Lots
1 to 10, Inclusive, in Block D, ac
cording to a plat made by R. E. Dal
ton, April, 1921, of lauds of the Es
talo of John C. Cary, and having
tho following metes and bounds, as
shown by said plat: Beginning at a
point, northwest corner of Lot No,
1 and at the intersection of S. T?WII
ville and S. 7th streets, and running
tlienco with S. 7th Street and with
lines of said Lots I and 10 N. 83.4(1
E. 418 feet to a point at tho inter
section of last named street and S,
Depot Street; thence with S. Depot
Street S. 20 E. 2:16.8 feet to south
east corner of Lot No. G; thence willi
line of Lots No. G and No. ;">, S. 64.36
W. 294.4 feet to S. TbwnvIlU
Street; thence with said street an<
line of Lot No. 5 N. 58.02 W. 175
feet to a point In line of Lot 5 j
thence N. G.20 W. 126 feet to S. 7tl
Street; tbenco with last named street
and with lino of Lots 1 and ION
83.40 E. 418 feet lo tho beginning
These lots hoing part of the land;
devised to tho said Defendants undei
the will of John C. Cary.
No. 5.
All those lots of land, situate ii
tho State of South Carolina, in th?
County of Oconee, and within or ncai
tho corporate limits of tho Town o
Seneca, being designated as Lots :
to 5, inclusive, In Block E, and. be
ing all of tho lots in said Block E
and having tho following motes ant
bounds, accord ttl g to a plat of tin
l?state of John C. Cary, made by R
E. Dalton, September, 19 20: Begin
ning at a point, NW corner of Lo
No. 1, nlso corner of S. Depot and S
7 th Streets, and running thence wi tl
S. Depot Street S. G.20 E. 309 fee
to a point at SW. cornor of Lot No
3; thence along lines of Lots 3 am
4, N. 64.36 E. 422.2 feet to S. Wal
nut Street; thonco with S. Walnu
Street N. 6.20 W. G 1.5 feet to S. 7tl
Street; thonco with S. 7th Street S
83.40 W. 418 feet to the beginning
Tbeso lots being part of the land
devised to us under the will of Join
C. Cary.
No. ?.
All thoso lots of land, situate li
tho Stato aforesaid, in tho County o
Oconee, and in or near tho corporal
limits of thc Town of Seneca, boini
designated as Lots 1 to IC, inclusive
in Block l\ and being all of nie lot
in this block, according to plat o
tho lands of the list0to of John C
Cary, made by R. E. Dalton. Septem
ber, 1920, and having tho follnwin.
metes and hounds, as shown by sat
plat: Heginning at a point in line o
Lot No. 16 and at the corner of sat
lol and of S. 6th Street and S. Wal
nut Street, and running thence wit
lino of inst named street S. G.20 ?E
4 18 feet to S. 7th Street; thence wit
5. 7th Street and lines of Lots 9 an
8, S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S. Dope
Street; thence with S. Depot stree
X. G.2 0 W. 4 18 feet to S. 6th Street
thence with S. 6th Street N. S:;.l0 E
4 18 feet lo the beginning. These lot
being part of tho lands devised t
tho Defendants under the will c
John C. Cary.
No. 7.
All thoso lots Of land situate in th
Stato aforesaid, in tho County c
Ocoiioe, in or near tho corporal
limits of the Town of Seneca. b(
ing designated a< hots i to 16, ir
elusivo, in Block (!, and being all c
tho lots in this block, Recording t
a plat of tho Linds of tho Rsl at? c
John C. Cary, made by R. E. Daltoi
September, 1920, and having tho fo
lowing metes and bounds, as show
by said .!?!(. Beginning al a polri
in line of Lol No, 16 and nt iho coi
nor of said lol and of S. 5th and i
Walinu Streets, and running thone
with line of last named street S. 6.2
E. -418 fool to S. Gth Street; thone
with S. f.ib Street and lines of Lot
9 and 8 S. 83.4 0 W. 118 feet to ?
Dopot Street; thence with S. Depc
Street X. G.20 W. 418 feet to S. 5t
Street; thence with S. 6th Street N.
83.40 E. 418 feet to the beginning.
These lots being part of the lands
devised to Defendants under tho will
of John C. Cary.
No. 8<
All those lots of land,' situate In
tho Stnto aforesaid, in tho County of
Oconoo, and in or nour Hie corporate
limits of tho Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lois 1 to 1G, inclusive,
in Block II, and hoing all of tho lots
in tills block, according to a plat of I
tho lands of tho Estato of John C. |
Cary, mado by lt. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, Jr920, and having tho following1
metes and bounds, as shown by said .
plat: Beginning nt u point in lino of
Lot No IC and at tho cornor of said !
lot and S. 4th Streot and S. Walnut
Street, and running thence with Hue
of last named street S G.20 E. 418i
foot to S. 5th Streot; thence with 3.
5th Street and lines of Lots 9 and 8
S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S. Depot
Street; thence with S. Dopot Street
N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S. 4th Streot;
thonco with S. 4th Streot N. 83.40 E.
418 feet to tho beginning. These lots
being part of tho lands devised to
tho Defendants under the will of
John C. Cary.
No. O.
All those lots of land situate in tho
Stato aforesaid, in tho County of
Oconeo, in or near tho corporate lim
its of tho Town of Seneca, being des
ignated as Lots 1 to 16, inclusivo,
in Block I, and being all of the lots
in this block, according to a plat of
the lands of tho Estato of John C.
Cary, mado by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having tho following
motes and bounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in line
of Lot No. 10 and at tho corner of
said lot and of S. 4th Stroot mid S.
Cherry Street, and running thence
with line of Inst named street S. G.20
E. 418 feet to S. 5th Streot; thence
with S. 5th Street and lines of Lots
9 and S S. S3.40 W. IIS feet to S.
Walnut Street; thonco with S. Wal
nut Street N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S.
Ith Street; thence with S. 4th Street
Nf. 83.40 E. 418 feet to tho begin
ning. Theso lots being part of tho
lands devised to tho Defendants un
der the will of John C. Cary.
No. IO.
All of Ihose lots of land, situa to in
the State aforesaid, in the County of
Oconee, and in or near tho corporate
limits of tho Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lots 1 to 16, inclusive,
In Block J, and being all of the lots
in this block, according to a plat of
the lands of tho Estate of John C.
Cary, made by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having tho following
motes and bounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in line,
of Lot No. IG and at the cornor of
said lot ami of S. 5th and S. Cherry
Streets, and running thenco with line
of last named street S. G.20 E. 418
feet to S. Otb Street; thence with S.
6th Street and lines of Lots 9 and S,
S. 83.40 W. IIS feet to S. Walnut
Street: thence with S. Walnut Street
X. 6.20 W. 418 foot to S. 5th Street;
thence with S. "?th Street N. 83,40 E.
IIS feet to beginning. These lots
being part of the lands devised lo
Defendants under the will of John C.
Cary.
No. ll.
All those lots of land, situate in the
State aforesaid, In tho County of
Oconeo, and in or near the corporate
limits of tho Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lots 1 to 16, inclu
sive, lu Block K, and being all of the
lots in this block, according to a plat
of the lands of the l?state 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 lino
of Lot No. 16 and at tho corner of
said lot and of S. Gth Street and S.
Cherry Street, and running thdhce
with line of last named street S. 6.20
E. 393 feet; thence with lino of Lot
9, S. 64.36 W. 73 feet; thence with
S. 7th Street and lines of Lots 9 and
8, S. 83.40 W. 349 feet to S. Walnut
Street; thence N. 6.20 W. with line
of S. Walnut Street 418 feet to S.
6th Street; thenco with S. 6th Street
Nf. 83.40 E. 418 foot to beginning.
Theso lots being part of the lands
dovlsod to the D?fendants under tho
will of John C. Cary.
The abovo lots will bo sold In
blocks, according to plat of samo, and
tho plat will be exhibited at the sale.
?Pint now on hie in Master's office.
TERMS OF SALE -CASH. That
should any purchaser of said land
fail to comply with his hld within n
reasonable time, Jin Master shall re
sell the same upon tho same or somo
subsequent Salesday, at Hie risk of
tho former purchaser, and shall con
tinue to re-sell until the purchaser
shell comply with his bid. That the
purchaser at said sale be required, nt
tho time his bid ls accepted, to de
posit with tho Master ton per cent
(10%) of tho amount of his bid.
provided, however, that tho Plaintiff
may bid in said land without making
a deposit at tho time, since the Plain
tiff has a lion on said land; but the
Plaintiff shall settle with the Master
as any other purchaser should make
settlement.
Sold at tho risk of tho former pur
chaser.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Ocnoeo County, S. C.
Nov. 15, 1 922. 46-48
MASTER'S SALES.
Tho Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconeo.
(In Court of Common Pleas.)
Pursuant to decrees of Rio afore
said Court, in tho cases named be
low, I will offer for salo, to tho high
est bidder, In front of tho Court
House door, at Walhalla, S. C., on
MONDAY, the 4th day of December.
1922, between the legal hours of
sale, tho tracts of land below de
scribed:
J. Ci. Breazeale, Plaintiff,
against
I ?odis Wright and F. W. Cannon,
Defendants.
All thai cor tain piece of land, slt
uato, lying and being in Oconoo
County, Stato aforesaid, containing
twenty-nine (29) acres, moro or less,
adjoining lands of J. S. Curter, Oyp
slo Powoll and others, and hoing tho
samo land deodod to Lodis Wright
by R. L. Koaton, Doc. 10th, 1917.
?
TERMS OP SALE-Half Cash and
balance In one year; credit portion to
bear interest from day of sale and bo
secured by bond of purchaser, or pur
chasers, und mortgage of tho prom
ises, with leave .to tho purchaser to
pay all cash If he desires. That lu
OYont of failure of tho purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with tho torms
of salo within Ave days from day of
salo, tho Master do re-advertlso and
re-sell said promises on tho follow
ing Salosday, or somo convenient
Salesday thereafter, al tho same
placo and on tho samo terms as here
tofore sot out, at tho risk of the for
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
that bo do continue so to do until ho
has found a purchasor, or purchas
ers, who comply with tho terms of
sale.
Purchasor to pay extra for papers,
stamp, and recording mortgage.
' W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconoo County, S. C.
'Nov. 15, 1922. 46-48
Bank of Walhalla, a Corporation cre
ated by and existing under and by
virtue of the Laws of the State of
South Carolina, Plaintiff,
against 1
J. H. Vaughn, W. J. Schroder, indi
vidually and os Administrator of
the Personal Estate of Tv E. Alex
ander, Deceased; Mrs. Inez Jaynes,
Frank C. Alexander, Mrs. S. O.
Youngblood and Ben Taylor,
Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, situate, lying and being
In Oconeo County, and Stato of South
Carolina, containing 53 V? acres, ad
joining lands of Sara Bruco, Rico and
others, being tho samo bought by T.
E. Alexander and Bon Taylor from J.
H. Vaughn on Jan. 5th, 1920, less
the five acres sold by tho said T. E.
Alexander and Taylor to R. \V.
Vaugh n.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash
on day of salo, and the balance In
two equal annual installments; tho
credit portion to bear Interest at the
rate iof oigbt per cout per annum,
payable annually from day of sale,
and if not so paid to bear Interest at
eight per cent per annum until paid,
and bo secured by bond of the pur
oasher and mortgage of tho prom
ises. Should the purchasor, or pur
chasers, fall to comply with the terms
of sale within five days from the day
of sale, that the Master do re-adver
tiso and re-sell said premises on the
following Salesday, or some conven
ient Salesday thereafter, at the same
place and on the same terms as here
tofore set out, at tho r'sk of tho for
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
that he do continue so to do until li
shall have found a purchaser, or pur
chasers, who shall comply with tho
terms of salo.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers,
stamps and recording mortgage.
W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconee County, S. C.
Nov/15, 1922. 46-1S
Mrs. lreno W. Burloy, Plaintiff,
against
W. J. Schroder, Mrs. Inez Jaynes.
'Frank C. Alexander and Mrs. S. O.
Youngblood, Defendants.
Tract Xo. 1-All that piece, par
cel or tract of land, situate, lying am.
being in the County of Oconee. State
of South Carolina, on waters of Lit
tle River, of Koo wee River, adjoin
ing lands of Riemann Estate, T. E.
Alexander, Taylor and M, H. Hughes,
and containing twenty-eight (2R>
acres, moro or loss, and having such
shape, form, metes and bounds as
shown by plat thereof, made'by J. H.
Wiglngton, Surveyor, dated October
14th, 1918.
Also,
Tract No. 2-All that piece, par
cel or tract of land, situate, lying
and being in tho County of Oconee,
Slate of South Carolina, on waters
of Little River, of Keowee River, ad
joining lands now or formerly of
Riemann Estato, T. E. Alexander,
Taylor, Orr and Tract No. 1 abovo
described, and others, containing
forty-six (46) acroB, more or less,
and having such shape, form, metes
and bounds as are shown by plat of
I. H. Harrison, Surveyor.
The said two tracts of land are
parts of a tract of land convoyed to
T. E. Alexander by Charlie McAlister
hy deed dated July 17th, 1914, and
recorded in office of Clerk of Court
for Oconoe County, S. C., In Deed
Book RR, pago 313, and a tract of
land conveyed to T. E. Alexander by
W. J. O. Ray by deed dated 2 8th day
of December, 1917, and recorded in
olllce of Clerk of Court for Oconee
County, S. C., In Deed Book 3-A, pago
176.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash
and balance In two equal Install
ments, payable In ono and two years
from tho dato of salo, respectively,
thc credit portion to bo secured by
bond of tho purchasor, or purchas
ers, and mortgage of tho premisos,
and to hoar interest from date of
sale at the rato of eight per cent per
annum, interest to bo paid annually,
and if not. paid annually, to be added
to and become part of the principal,
and the whole lo boar interest at tho
rate of eight per cent per annum, and
so continue until the whole is paid
in full, with provisions in tho bond
and mortgage that tho obligor shall
pay a reasonable attorney's foo In
case tho bond and mortgage should
ho placed in tho hands of an attor
ney for collection, nftor maturity, or
bo collected by suit. That in event
of failure of tho purchasor, or pur
chasers, to comply with tho terms of
tho salo within five days from day of
siile, tho Master do ro-advortlso and
ro-sell tho said promises on tho fol
lowing Salesday, or somo convenient
Salesday thereafter, at tho same
placo and on tho samo torms as here
tofore sot out, at tho risk of tho for
mer purchasor, or purchasers, and
that, ho do continue so to do until he
luis found a purchaser, or purchasers,
who shall comply with tho terms of
salo.
That ibo purchaser, or purchi
al such sale have the right to an.
pate the payment ot either or both
of the credit installments at any timo
by paying 'bo principal and all In
teicst which ?bas accrued up to tho
timo of such payment.
Purchaser to pay oxtra for papers,
stamp and rocordlng mortgage,
W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconoo County, S. C.
Nov. 15-, 1922. 46-48
Bank of Woat Union, a corporation
created' by and existing under the
Laws of the State of South Caro
lina, Plaintiff,
against
C. E. Alexander and Bossie Alexan
der, Defendants.
All that certain piece, . parcel or
tract of land situate, lying and.being
in Keowco Township, of tho County,
of Oconoo. State of South Carolina,,
on branches waters of Cora House
Crook, adjoining lands of .Mrs. Bessie
Alexander. W. H. .Orr, M. A. Moss
and Elijah Alexander, containing 61
acres, moro or less, and hoing the
wostorn portion of tho Tract No. 12
of tho Si Hon lands, as shown on plat
of survey thereof by 1. H. Harrison,
Surveyor, of dato Sept. 1, 1907, plat
rocordod in Dook ,C, pago 8, Clerk's
ofllce, Oconeo County, S. C., and be
ing the samo tract conveyed to C. E.
Alexander and Bessin Alexander by
R. T. Jaynes and others.
TERMS OP SALE-CASH. That
in event of failure of the purchaser,
or purchasers, to comply with the
terms of sale immediately, that the
Master do ro-soll said premises on
the same Salesday, or some conven
ient SnloBday thereafter, at tho same
place and on tho same terms as here
tofore sot out, at the risk of tho for
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
that he do continuo so to do until he
has found a purchaser, or purchas
ers, who shall comply with tho terms
of sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
Nov. 15, 1922. 46-48
Bank of West Union, a corporation
created by and existing under tho
Laws of tho State of South Caro
lina, Plaintiff,
ngaiast
Edgar Alexander, Defendant.
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land lying and being in Oco
noo County, South Carolina, contain
ing fifty acres, being a part of No. 13,
Sitton lands, deodod to Edgar Alex
ander by C. E. Alexander and Bessie
Alexander, adjoining lands of W. H.
Orr, E. Alexander and others.
TERMS OE SALE-CASH. That
in event of failure of the purchaser,
or purchasers, to comply with tho
terms of sale immediately, that the
Master do re-sell said promises on
the same Salesday, or some conven
ient Salesday thereafter, at tho seo
ttoln oin oinoinininnni onili ini inn
nnlnaao n-tsceooee stoeeoec seceettto
eeeo haaato seotaatta sttleo stoiaeot
aoott seetac t shrdlu etaoin shrdlucs
lent Salesday thereafter at tho samo
placo and on the same terms ns here
tofore set out, at the risk of the for
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
that he do continuo so to do until
ho has found a purchaser, or pur
chasers, who shall comply with tho
tors of sale
Purchaser to pay extra for deod
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, 3. C.
Nov. 15, 1 9 22. 4 6-48
J. Di Stonecypher, Mrs. Edle Harris,
Mrs. Meta Allen, Mrs. Mattie
Brown, S. L. Burrlss, Mrs. Maud
'Powell, 'Plaintiffs,
against
J. B. McJunkin, Mrs. Jane Cleveland,
Mrs. Pauline McJunkin, John Bar
ton, Mnrgarot Barton, Pendleton
Barton, Mrs. Blancho McJunkin,
John McJunkin, Morgan H. McJun
kin, Clifford Shearer, Mrs. Kate
Clean, Mrs. lOilio Snipes, Wardlaw
Shearer, William Wells, David
Shearer, Hal Shearer, Ottio Bur
ris's, Defendants.
All th..- certain piece, percol or
tract of land, situate in Oconce Coun
ty, S. C., on a branch of Cano Creok,
waters of Tugaloo River, containing
seventy-five (75) acres, more or loss,
adjoining lands of lots 3 and 5 and
myself (S. S. McJunkin), being part
of Lot No. 4, and bounded by lines
beginning at a P. O. x 3X N, thence
N. 2% E. 37.70 to rock X 3 N. at
?Fair Play road; thence along said
road to tho wost corner of tho Saw
Mill Lot, (of ono acre, reserved);
thence a straight lino to the begin
ning P. O. X 3n 3n. Moro fully rep
resented by plat of J. B .Sanders, D.
S" dated 30 April, 1885. This hoing
tho same tract of land conveyed to
Mrs. Mary G. Dowls by hor father,
S. S. McJunkin, by his deed dated
tho 1 5th day of July, 1S92.
TERMS OP SALE-One- half cash
and the balance in one year thereaf
ter, with bond of tho purchaser pro
viding for eight per cont interest
from dato of salo and ten per cont
as attorney's fees should tho samo
be placed with an attorney for col
lection or be collected by suit. Samo
to be secured by a mortgag of tho
premises.
Purchnsor to pay oxtra for deed,
stamp and recording mortgage.
W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
Master for Oconeo Co etaoin
Nov. 15. 3 922. 3G-48
SALE OF LANI) RY SURVIVING
EXECUTOR.
NOTICE ls hornby given that I will
sell, to tho highest bidder, in front
of tho Court House door, nt Wal
halla, S. C., on MONDAY, tho 4th
day of Dccombor, 1922, immediately
nf tor tho Judicial Sales, tho tract of
land below described:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, situate, lying and being in Oco
neo Coutny, State of South Carolina,
containing ninety-three acres, moro
or less, being ono of tho tracts of
land conveyed to J. M. Dowls by tho
Executor of John Dowls, deconsod, a
full description of which will moro
fully appear from a plat of survey
made by Wm. V, ErvIn, I). S., on tho
I'Oth day of August, 1883; said plat
being of record in Book M of Regis
ter of Mosne Conveynnco for Oconoo
County, S. C., at Pago 559, und ho
ing the same tract of land convoyed
to G. M. McKee by J. M. Dowls by
deod dated 6th of December, 1888,
same recorded in Clerk's Olflco of
Oconeo County, S. C., in Book M,
Pago 557-8.
TERMS OE SALE-CASH.
Purchaser to pay oxtra for doed
and stamp. J. W. McKEE,
Executor of tho Last Will and Tos
tnmont of G. M. McKoe, Deconsod.
Nov. 15, 1922. 46-48

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