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EEOWEE COURIER
' . (Established 18 ll). )
Entered nt tho Postolllco nt Wal
Imllu, S. C., u.s Mall Mutter of the
Second Class, under Act of Congress,
March 3d, J 870.
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WA MIALLA, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 10*22.
tl ETTI NO TOGETHER.
Wo aro noting with growing satis
faction the many evidences of the
"get-together" spirit which ls surely
taking possession of our town and
community. The Chamber of Com
merce is one of tlie outgrowths Of
this spirit, and our splendid water
works system is ontiroly tine to the
fact thal we are getting together in ?
a solid mass. The city hall and many
oilier Improvements now in prospect
aro directly traceable and due to tue
fact that wo have gotten together to
work for the Interest of our town,
community and section.
Another ovidence of this spirit was
the formation last week of "Tho Cur
tain Comody Company, an Organiza
tion perfected under the auspices of
the Civic League for tho avowed pur
pose of "putting over" tho now cur
tain for our splendid High School
Auditorium. Our information is tie
this com ?'.?ny has perfectly organized
from the star performers to the door
keepers, and every citizen of the
town is a member in some manner.
If you do not (nippen to be called on
to-act lu some olllcfnl capacity, or as
a perfora >T. remember ilia', you are
called Ulam to be a "booster." and
that you are to do your best to fur
ther Hie good work of this organisa
tion. .
A lat ?es of
cst. thal
The Civic League alone knows who
compose the personnel of this com
pany, and they an; going to call upon
such, ns tiley nee l from time to time,
and if you are not tailed upon for the
first performance, hold yourself in
readiness tor the next, or Hie next
bu*, whatever you do, fail not to do
what they ask you, for it is a most
worthy cause, and the Curtain Co.
will automatically dissolve upon the
attainment of its object -
Tho securing and placing in posi
tion* nf a handsome stan?* rr 'tain for
Ibo High School Auditorium
Watch these columns for the an
nouncemoh'.s of Tho Curtain Com
edy Company.
(JOINH A KT ER Till-: HOAD.
Lsist Wednesday night, Nov. 15th,
marked Hie beginning ol* putting
forth concerted ami active efforts to
have the Walhalla-iHoltlands high
way hard-surfaced and broadened in
its scope Hom an inter-State high
way io one of national importance.
The mooting of Hie Chamber of
Commerce ami the banquet tendered
)?>? that body were characteristic of
Hie "Now Walhalla," evidencing uni
ty, of action and aggressiveness in un-j
dcrtnkiug. A n um hoi* of prominont
men, including Senator E. D. Smith,
were present, ami Hiere was unity j
an.I r uo.neut among those from a
distance as well as our ownscitizen.s,
thai Hi . project is worthy of ?he
hen i . support, nut only ol Wallia Ki
ami Ibo .-evora! se' i , \- diiOCtly Bl
tee- . bm thal Hm plan cdnsti
tuios a national Iniprovemonl in the
highway from Walhalla ?o Highlands
that lil tl S J appeal to ail people ami
lo all SOI 1 lohS alike.
Mayor James M. Moss made a brief
fiddrt mid acted as toastmaster for
. occasion. Hi" was followed by
others, including Senator smith anti
other gentlemen from i distance
the seul,meiits expressen by all lend
ing toward a nationalization of the
SUbJl <l i'.i ha io!.
James A. Ilollomon, spacial c'or
f es pond 01 I of Hie Atlanta Constitu
tion, was present. What Mr. llol
lomon bas written io Hie Constitution
in ie.- ni to the project is more to
J.hc point than any comment we
ml g fi i bo nhle to mn ko. lie is head
Of tile Constitution's development
department and has given much time
i n 1 thought lo tho needs ot the Piod
nn nt section of North and South Car
olina cud. Cooi ia - and he has no
?nomplh'hnd much in the past. Ile Is
ont ot lite (arly promoters of and
sponsors for much of the develop
m? that iias already taken place i-i
tliis grent and still largely undcvol
ipert soi i lon.
ender Hie heading of "Gateways
o Iho Mountains," published on this
pago, AI i*. Holloman tells a very in
teresting .story.
Do you know that Walhalla has
the best colton market in the State?
We ?li not, until last Friday, when
a gentleman, not a citizen of our
?owi' eitber, but ono wno comos hero
occasionally anil has ronson to keep
close watch on the colton markets,
feavo us the information. "Do you
know," ho asked, that right hero in
little old Walhalla this week cotton
brought a higher price than in any
other town in South Carolina?" Wo
1 had to admit -that wo did not Know
?it. "Well," ho said, "lt's a fact, not
I withstanding, and till this season thc
' price here has been right along with
tho highest in tho State."
.I? ty ?j? ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty
ty GATEWAYS TO THE ty
ty MOUNTAINS, ty
ty * * * * * * * * * * * *
(James A\ Hollomon in tho Atlanta
Constitution. )
At Walhalla, S.C., Wednesday eve
ning, tho clllzons of that progressive
little gatoway to tho mountains
showed an entorpriso 'and a spirit o?
co-operative accomplish mon I that is
worthy of emulation by cities much
largor->
And it is an index to a community
interest, and to a got-what-you-go
kifter habit that will result well, not
only for Wulbai In und Oconeo county,
but for that great se?tion to tho west
that ls destined and is indeed rapidly
becoming tho playground of tho East
ern and Southern States.
On tho particular occasion that 1
speak of, tho citizens of Walhalla,
under Ibo" auspices of a livo cham
ber of commerce, guve n banquet as
a get-together conf?rence in the in
terest of completing the "Trl-Stato
Highway" between Walhalla and
Highlands, N. C., a distance of ?57
miles. Tho road, winding around tho
mountain:; ami through broad pla
teaus, is one of the scenic highways
of the Hine Ridge, lt runs for about
10 miles in South Carolina, 9 miles
in Georgia (Rabun county) and 12
miles in North Carolina. More than
half of the entire highway mileage
passes through tho Nantahala reser
vation of the national forests.
The road has been brought to an
almost perfect mountain grade by
tho Federal forestry service-that is,
by the Federal service through tho
forestry land. The South Carolina
Highway Commission has graded tho
road to the Nantahala line, and for
three or four miles out ol' Walhalla
it has a sand-clay surface.
in all of that section of the Hine
Ridge there is not a more Important
highway approach to tho North Car
olina and Northeast Georgia moun
tains than this one. The seven miles
from Seneca to Walhalla is almost
perfect, with a strong and dependa
ble surface; and with the Walli;.11a
Ilighlands road surfaced this particu
lar gateway would lead to u section
of rare scenic beauty that would soon
be developed, as is the French Broad
zone, further lo tho north.
In order to impress the imp?rtame
of tho development, and to bring ln
to ros tod parties together in a close
up conference, the banquet was plan
ned. At this affair, held at tho Alex
ander Hotel. Hiero were 9 7 covers,
and everyone present was an littor
al f
.
tors, prfnichei?, te?cl.iers, out.to
ttivr., far a ers they were, iii! fiore.
bor of business men from Atlanta
present, including those who own
summer cottages iii tho Highlands
section of the Hine Ridge.
It was not only a pleasure for mo
to be present, but J caught the spirit
of enthusiasm, and In line with the
work that tho Constitution has been
doing for opening up these great for
estry playgrounds, and in making
them more approachable and of very
much greater service to the public, I
hope to be able to help in tho great
undertaking that these enterprising
people of Walhalla and Highlands
have begun.
Senator Ed. Smith, of South Caro
lina, who holds 'he strategic position
of ranking Democrat on the commit
tee on agriculture and forestry in
the United Stales Senate, was present
and pledged his hearty? support In
favor of a special appropriation for
the surfacing of this mountain ap
proach. Supervising Forester ?iohls.
of '.he Nantahala Ftesoryntion, of
Franklin, X. C., and Engineer Fox,
of the United States Forestry Ser
vice, wore present and pledged their
aid and co-operation in so far as
practicable under tho forestry laws-r
And ?t's coming! Nothing was eyer
accomplished without effort; and
this is one proposal where the worth
of a good, all-l lie-year highway will
repay any reasonable effort that may
bo made for it.
'I he banquet was most entertain
ingly presided over by Mayor Moss,
of Walhalla, and tho object of the
(nc;, ion was most earnestly, enthu
siastically and eloquently stated by
Col>li. T. Jaynos,Aa prominent mem
ber of tho Sou!!? Carolina bar. Many
good speeches were made hy profes
sional and business men of Walhalla,
Highlands and Atlanta.
At Highlands Thursday I was a
guest of the chamber of commerce,
and was shown particular courtesies
by Messrs. Bascom, Harris, Smith,
Edwards, Hall, l'otts and others.
Did you ever visit Highlands. N.C.?
ll is away up In tho clouds, With
an altitude in the v llage around four
thousand feet. Of course, it is n great
deal higher at some of the mountain
estates of the section. It is not on
a railroad, Dillard. Ga., IS miles to
the south, being tho uearest railroad
point.
Il ls on one of the most beautiful
plateaus in all of the Carolina moun
tains, with a number of picturesque
peaks rising gracefully on overy side.
lt is in lato spring .and summer tho
?.enter of one immense natural bou
quet of mountain laurel and rhodo
dendron. The waler is perfect, tho
air pure, the pooplo hospitable- -an
ideal mountain spot that meets every
requirement for rest, health, recrea
tion. Interest.
There is blt! lillie ;>i a bou
Highlands, for the hand of cod ha?*
sculptured tho rocks and planton the
forests and created tho passes nnd
tba natural trails, and the brooks and
lakes and streams and springs, far
more perfectly than any human artist
could possibly do; and hero naturo
abounds In all of Its attractive beauty
and glory.
From Highlands Friday I drove
over 18 milos of mountain road to
Dillard, Qa,, almost directly through
tito Nuntahala Reservation, in one
and a half hours, that lt took the Con
stitution's road and forestry entour
age eight hours to negotiate on tho
5th of last June.
"l)ry weather," it may bo suggest
ed.
! That is true tn a measure, of
course; but the reason is, tho road
? has been completely reinado from
one end to tho other by the United
States Duroau of Forestry, under-the
direction of Rnngor Potts. Grades
i have been thrown up, cnts mudo, soft
bottoms built up with rocks, culverts
put in, bridges built-and pow the
road, in most places with a natural
graVe) surface, is tho equal of any
road in tho mountains except those
in tho moro highly developed sec
tions, or on which groat amounts of
money have been spent!
This road, as it is to-day, is only
ono of tho concroto results of tho
Constitution's tour that was Made
less than six months ago. There are
any other direct results equally as
striking-and of as great value to
the public that seeks tho groat out
doors.
1 have been told throughout tito
mountains of Northeast Georgia dur
ing tho past week that the season
that is now at a close has broken all
records for the nuinbor of peoplo who
Hocked to them for rest and'recrea
tion and health-and all as a result
of the Constitution's enterprise.
Friends of. the hills, Rslon! The
work that was undertaken by this
newspaper is just beginning!
Tho forestry scrvico is now map
ping out a system of roads and trails
through its chief engineer, Mr. Nor
cross, who has but recently been over
both tho Cherokee mid Nantahala
Reservations, and already funds have
been allocated hy tho forestry ser
vice -for some of these, while th?
Federal bureau of roads is preparing
to work upon others.
The Georgia Highway Department
is doing it3 part well.
Tho time ls coming-and it is not
far distant--when the Blue Ridge
reservations will bo tho most famous,
and I will venturo, the most attract
ive, of all tho government forests In
America.
And for the part that this news
paper has played in tho undertaking,
so great and so serviceable an accom
plishment, fully realized, will be the
cherished reward it seeks.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
The State ot' South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Hank of West Union, a Ranking Cor
poration created and existing un
der the Laws of the State of South
Carolina, Plaintiff,
against
\V. M. Murphree, Defendant.
(.Summons for Relief.--Complaint
Not Served.)
To tho Defendant Above Named.
You bro hereby sumhu . id hil -
tiit?t-?! .M u?s\y<?r ike Complaint iii
i tltis action, whioh. wr?.-; (lied In i,h< of
ncc ol t\.e Ol?er;< ot tho Cou?'1, bl < ic
pion Pinas for Ibo sd id Conny on the
serve a copy of your Answer to the
said Complaint on tho subscriber, at
his ofilco, on the Public Square, at
Walhalla Court House, South Caro
lina, within twenty days after the
sorvice hereof, exclusive of tho day
of such service; and if you fail to
answer the Complaint within the
timo aforesaid, tho Plaintiff In this
action will apply to tho Court for tho
relief demanded in tho Complaint.
Dated Walhalla, S. C., November
2d, A. D. 1922.
E. li. HERNDON,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
(Seal.) W. J. SCHRODER.
CCI1
Nov. 22, 1922. 47-19
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. A. Strother, Plaintiff,
against?
W. M. Murphree, Defendant.
(Summons for Relief,-Complaint
Not Served.)
To tho Defendant. Above Named.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho Complaint in
this action/which was (lied in the of
fice of thc Clerk of tho Court of Com
mon Pleas for Hie said County on the
3d day of November, 1922, and to
serve a copy of your Answer to tho
said Complaint on the subscriber, P
his ofllce, on the Public Square, nt
Walhal.la Court House, South Caro
lina, within twenty days after tho
service hereof, exclusive of the day
of snell service; and if you fail to
answer the Complaint within tho
timo aforesaid, tho Plaintiff In this
action will apply to the Court toi tho
relief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated Walhalla. S. C., November
3d, A. D. 192 2.
E. L. HERNDON,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
(Seal.) W. J. SCHRODER,
C. C. P.
Nov. 22, 1 922. 17-49
SUMMONS FOR R FL IFF.
Tho Slate of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
IX COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
Tho Enterprise Bank, a Hanking Cor
poration created and existing un
der the Laws of thc Stato of South
Carolina, Plaintiff,
i against
W. M. Murphree, Defendant.
I (Summons for Relief .--Complaint
Not Served.)
TO tho Defendant Above Nun.ed.
You are hereby Summoned and re
quired to answor the Complaint in
xl ? - yvnf 01r.,i i,, ihr. nt
iiceuftf tho i erk of tho Court of c-um-i
mon Pleas for tho said County on tho
2d day of November, 1922, and to
serve a copy of your.Answer to Hie
?aid Complaint on tho subscriber, nt
his olllce, on tho Public Square at
Walhalla Court Houso, South Caro
lina, within twenty days aftor tho
sorvico hereof, oxclusive of tho day
ot such sor vico; and If you fall to
answer the Complaint within the
time aforesaid, the Plaintiff In this
action will apply to the Court for'tho
relief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated Walhalla, S. C., November
2, A . D. 1922.
E. L. Il ERNDON,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
(Soal.) W. J. SC1IHOD?R.
C. C. P.
Nov. 22, 1922. 47-19
SUMMpNS FOU RELIEF.
Tho Stat? of South Carolina,
County of Oconoe.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Clara .?. Horndon, .Plaintiff,
against
W. M. Murphreo, Defendant.
(Summons for Relief.-Complaint
Not Served.)
To tho Defendant Above Named.
You are horoby summonod and re
quired to answer the Complaint in
this action, which was flied in the of
fice of tho Clerk of tho Court of Com
mon Pleas for tho said County on tho
3d day of November, 1922, and to
sorve a copy of your Answer to tho
said Complaint on tho subscriber, nt
his office, on tho Public Square, at
Walhalla Court House, South Caro
lina, within twenty days after th?
service hereof, exclusive of tho day
of such service; and if you fail to
answer tho Complaint within tho
time aforesaid, tho Plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for tho
relief domanded in tho Complaint.
Dated Walhalla, S. C., Novombor
3d, .A D. 1922.
, E. Lt. Ff ERNDON,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
(Seal.) W. J. SCHRODER,
v , C. O Jp. - '
Nov. 22, 1922. 47-49
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF,
The Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconoo.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Arthur Drown, Plaintiff,
against .
W. M. Murphreo, Defendant.
(Summons for Relief.-Complaint
y Not Served.)
To tho Defendant Alwvo Named.
You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho Complaint in
this action, which was filed In tho of
fice of tho Clerk of tho Court of Com
mon Pleas for tho said County on the
31st day of October, 1922, and to
servo a copy of your Answer to the
said Complaint on tho subscriber, at
his office, on tho tuiblic Square, at
Walhalla Court Mouse, South Caro
lina, within twenty days after the
servlco hereof, exclusive of the day
of such service; and If you fail to
answer the Complaint within the
time aforesaid, tho Plaintiff In this
action will apply to the Court for tho
relief demanded in tho Complaint.
Dated Wal/alla, S. C., October 31,
1922. y/
E. L. II ERNDON.
Plaintiff's Attorney.
(*T\ ? W. .1. SCHRODER,
C. ti.1 P .
Nov S 2, 1922. 47-19 j
HUM ONS FOU RELIEF.
i ne-.-ii.M e. UL South Carolina,
County of Oconoo.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The American Wholesale Corpora
tion, a Corporation Created by and
Existing under the Laws \)t tho
State of Maryland, . Plaintiff,
against
W. M. Murphree, Defendant.
(Copy Summons for Relief.-Com
plaint Filed.)
To tho Defendant Above Named:
You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho Complaint in
this action, and to servo a copy of
your Answer to -tho said Complaint
on tho subscribers, at their office, on
tho Public Square, at Walhalla, South
Carolina, within twenty days after
the service hereof, exclusivo of tho
day of such servlco; and if you fail
to answer the Complaint within tho
time aforesaid, tho Plaintiffs in this
action will apply to tho Court for tho
relief demanded in tho Complaint.
Dated this 4th dny of Novembor,
1922.
W." J. SCHRODER, C. C. P.
SIIELOR &. HUGHS,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
To tho Defendant Abovo Named: /
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: That
tho Summons and Complaint) Affida
vit, Warrant of Attachment and Bond
In the above entitled action were
filed In the oilloe of the Clerk of
Court of Oconee County on tho 4th
day of November, 1 922.
SIIELOR & HUGHS,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Nov. 22, 1 922. 47-49
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
The Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconoo.
IN COURT OE COMMON PLEAS.
The Dank of Walhalla, a Corpora
tion Created by and Existing un
der tho Laws of tho Stato of South
Carolina, Plaintiff,
against
W. M. Murphreo, Defendant.
(Copy Summons for Roliof.-Com
plaint Filed.)
To tho Defendant Above Named:
You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to nnswor tho Complaint in
this action, and to serve a copy of
your Answer to the said Complaint
on tho subscribers, nt their olfice, on
Ibo Public Square, at Walhalla, Sooth
Carolina, within twenty days aftor
tho servlco hereof, exclusivo of tho I
dny of such serv'co; and if you fall
to answer tho Complaint within tho
time aforesaid, tho Plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for tho
relief demanded in tho Complaint.
Dated this 1 th day of Novombor,
1 922.
W. J. SCHRODER, C. C. P.
SIIELOR & H UGHS,
Plaintiff's Attornoys.
To tho Defendant Abovo Named:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: That
tho Summons and Complaint, Affida
vit, Warrant of Attn?hmont and Rond
in tho abovo ontltlod action woro
flied in tho office of tho Clerk of
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day of November, 1922.
SHELOR & HUGHS,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Nov. 22, 1922. 47-49
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTtLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby gjvon that the un
dersigned will mako application to
V. F. Martin, Judger of Probate for
Oconoo County, in tho State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court House, on Thursday, tho 31st
day of December, 19 22, at ll o'ciock
in tho foronoon, or ns soon there
after as* said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of tho Estafo of MRS. SARAH
A. SINGLETON, Deceased, and ob
tain Final Discharge as Executors of
said Estate.
.E. S. SINGLETON,
and J. L. SINGLETON,
Executors of the Fstato of Mrs. Sarah
A. Singleton, Deceased.
Nov. 22, 19 22. 47-50
SRI-:RIFF'S SALIO.
NOTICE is hereby givon that, pur
suant to authority given mo under
the laws of South Carolina, I will
sell, to tho highest bidder, for cash,
in front of tho Court House door, in
Walhalla, S. C., on Salesday in De
cember, 1922, hoing MONDAY, tho
.1th day of December, One Automo
bile that has boon seized while hoing
used in tho transportation of intoxi
cating liquor, and has been declared
forfeited to tho Stato. Property do
scribed as follows:
Ono Ford Touring Car, Motor No.
0551549, captured while being drlvon
by Will Tuck. /
Also, 1,800 pounds of Granulatod
Sugar.
Also, ono 7-foot Crosscut Saw.
W. M. ALEXANDER,
Sheriff of Oconoo County, S. C.
Nov. 16, 1922. 40-48
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons indobted to tho Estate
of W ,T. DEARDEN, Deceased, uro
hereby notlflod to make payment to
tho undersigned, and all persons hav
ing claims against said Estate will
present tho same, duly attested, with
in tho time proscribed by law, or be
barred, J. w. GRAHAM,
LEON DEARDEN,
Executors of thc Estato of W. T.
Boardon, Doceasod.
Nov. 15, 1922. 4C-49
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and OATS.
ASONABLE PRICES
VIMONS,
A, S. C.
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ERSON is the one who
istance. if,you are paid by
oney you will have to save
jory will apply by the month
VE!
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agreement.
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ind farmers, j Tell us you?
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est Union,
on, S. C. -Phone 3,
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NOTICE OF FI NA Ii SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
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Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make application to
V. F. Martie, Judge ot Probate, for
Oconee Couhty, in the State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walhalla
Court House, on Wednesday, tho
20th day of November, 1922, at Jl
o'clock In tlio foronoon, or as soon
thereafter SH said .application can
bo heard, for loavo to mako Final
Sottloment of tho Estato of Dora
Wiohens, Decensod, and obtain Final
Discharge as Executors of tho said
Estato. "j -W. D. COWELL,
and L. H. KELLEY,
Executors of tho Estate of Dora
Wiebens, Deco.uid.
Nov. i, 1922. 44-47
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
isotice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make application to
V. F. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconee Comity, in tho State of South
Carolina, at. his olllce at Walhalla
Court House, on TUESDAY, tho 5th
dny of DECEMBER, 1 922, at ll
o'clock In tho foronoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of tho Estato of JORDAN SIM
MONS, Deceased, and obtain Final
Discharge as Executor of Bald Estato.
W. H. SIMMONS,
Executor of tho Eslate of Jordan
Simmons, Deconsed.
NOY. 8, 1922. 45-58
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF STEW
ARD OF POOR FA ILM. I
The Supervisor And* h hi Board of
Advisors will elect a Steward of tho
(Poor Farm for. tho fiscal year of 1923
in tholr oiflco at Walhalla, S. C., on
FRIDAY, December 1st, 1922. Board
will eleni tho lowest responsible bid
der, rosorvlna tho right to reject nny
and all bids. Applicants for tho posi
tion must stnto tito names and ngos
of the moinbbrs of thoir fnmllles, and
tho salary for which tho applicant
will tako tho Job. Tho County will
nllow the Steward a reasonable sal
ary for himself, and will pay for, or
.allow off of tho farm, sufflciont quan
tity of wood for his family, solf and
tho paupers. All bids should bo care
fully sealod.
J. C. SHOCKLEY,
Suporvisor.
J. B. S. DENDY, Clerk.
Nov. 8, 1*22. . 46-4S

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