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?"Jen heat und itt fireholdin? qualities
buy. Como in and Ut us tell you oj
Cole's Dor?i
its remarkable rust-resisting constru?
or gnvp enairtcl or block finish. You
t something that j?ou Want in $o\ix horn
Ballenger Hi
SENEG,
EDISON IS HARD ON COLLEGE
Graduates-Won't Work, Ho Says.
Enough Professional Mon.
"The main objection I havo against
a college graduate," said Thomas A.
Edison, in an interview recently, "is
that ho objocls to work, especially If
rit is dirty."
Mr. Edison expressed his views nt
his laboratory in Orango, N. J., to
tho Prlncetonlan.
"Tho collego graduate does not
want a Job with work In it," ho con
tinued, " and when ho does got a
position ho expects to bo onpoinled
foroman at tho end of six weeks,
Most, men working for me never at
tended collego. Tho college men I j
havo usually show lack of imagina-!
tion. Thoy scarecely have any sag-1
gestions to make in their daily rou- ?
tino which might icad to Improve
ment in their various departments. |
"Collogc Is a good placo for a man
who wants to work. nut. unfortu
nately, thoro are very few of this
typo nowadays. Yet, if a man wams
to succeod, it is not necessary for
him to go to college. He will broaden
himself without it. Wo havo enough
lawyers, doctors and llloiar;' mon.
Although wo havo many $1.00,000
jobs, there seems to bo no ono capa
ble of filling them. The main qual
ity for success, in my estimation, is
ambition with a will to work."
Card of Thanks.
Editor Keoweo Courier:
Pienso allow us' space in your col
umns to thank our friends and neigh
bors for the(r kindness and help dur
ing tho illnoss and nt the death of
my father, Edward Owens.
May Cod's richost blessings rest
upon each and every ono of thom.
Henrietta Owens
and Family.
Seneca, S. C., Route 2.-adv.*
Narrow Escape as Holler Explodes.
Columbia. Nov. 23.-Resident* in
tho 1100 block of Taylor stroot boro
to-day were shaken and several om
ployoes of tho Columbia Linotype
Company had a narrow escapo when
a small boiler in tho works of the
Columbia Electroplating Works ex
ploded this afternoon. A piece of tho
holler plowed its way through the
floor of tho linotypo company's plant
on the second floor of tho two-story
builindg and lodged in tho ceiling,
missing a workman a few inchos.
Nobody was injured.
--? *-.-?
CALOME fi SA Id VATES
AND IiOOSDNS TEETH
Tho Very Next Doso of This Treach
erous Drug M>ny Sturt Trouble.
You know what calomel ls. It's
morcury; quicksilver. Calomol Is
dangerous. It crashes Into sour bile
liko dynamite, cramping and sicken
ing you. Calomol attacks tho bonos
and should novor bo put into your
system.
If you feel bilious, headachy, con
stipated and all knocked out, just go
to your druggist and got a bottle of
Dodson's Liver Tono for a fow con ts,
which is a harmless substituto for
dangorous calomel. Tako a spoonful,
nnd If it doesn't start your livor and
straighten you up hotter and quicker
than "nasty calomol-and without
making you sick-you Just go back
and get your monoy.
Don't tnko calomol! It makes you
sick* the noxt day; lt loses you a
day's work. Dotlson's Livor Tone
?traigbtono you right up and you feel
great. No salts necessary. Givo lt to
.tho cblldron bocaijso it. is porfectly
harmloss and cannot salivate-adv.
There v/oro forty paper mills In
Pennsylvania in 1770.
A Wonderful
Range
Equipped with
COL E '?
HOT BLAST
FUEL SAVING
SYSTEM
( of Combustion. This Will
\A fWe >\m a positivo fud
sacing of one-third to one
half on ^our fuel bills. It
means cosier Work for the
housetfifo With its constant
GWe tho Wife the best that mone^ can
' the man)) fuel sacing features of
Draft Range
:tion and ?ts sanit?r? design. In blue
Will agra? With us that it is a beauty and
ardware Co.
A.j ?5?? C.
Judge (?reen Sends 'Em to Gang.
Anderson, Nov. 21.--The stand
of Special Judge William P. Groone,
of Abbeville, on the liquor quostlon
was to-day very definitely outlined
when two negroes, J. II. Prince and
Clarence Johnson, appeared in the
Court of Sessions and pleaded guilty
in liquor cases, each of them hoing
sentenced to six months' imprison
ment. Judge Greeno imposed a sen
tence of two years on J. B. Wright,
colored, who pleadod guilty to the
charge of housebreaking and larceny
STOMACH MISERY,
GAS, INDIGESTION
"Pape's Diapepsin" Corrects
Sour, Upset Stomachs
at Once
"Papo's Diapepsin" is tho quickest,
surest relief for indigestion, gases,
flatulence, heartburn, sourness, fer
mentation or stomach dlstross caus
ed by acidity. A fow tablets glvo al
most Immediate stomach relief. Cor
rect your stomach and digestion now
for a few cents. Druggists sell mil
lions of packages.-adv.
Bandits Get Payroll of $10,738.
Detroit, Nov. 23.-*-Five armed ban
dits held up the casbior of the d?n
ierai Cigar Company on East Forest
avonue this afternoon, took the com
pany's payroll of $10,738 tn c:%h
and escaped in an automobile. Tho
robbery occurred a few minutes after
tho money had been brought, .under
police protection, from a noarby
branch bank.
Master's Sales
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
(Pursuant to decrees of the afore
said Court; in tho cases 'named be
low, I will offer for sale, to tho high
est bidder, in front of tho Court
House door, at Walhalla, S. C., on
MONDAY, tho 1th day of Docombor.
1922, between tho legal hours ot
salo, tho tracts and lots of land be
low described:
V. M. Babbi Plaintiff,
against
Mnry L. Cary and VVhltnot L. Cary,
Defendants.
No. 1.
All those lots of land, situate in
tho County of Oconoo, Stato of South
Carolina, within or near Ibo corpo
rate limits of the Town of Seneca,
being Numbers 1 to 8, inclusive, in
Block A, according to a plat of tho
Esta to of John C. Cary, mado by R.
E. Dalton, April, 1921, and having
tho following metes and bounds, ac
cording lo said plat: Beginning at
a point at tho cornor of S. Uh and S.
Depot. Stroots and running tbonco
with S. Dopot Stroot, S. 6.20 E. 418
foot to a point at tho southeast cor
nor of said Lot No. 8 on S. 5th
Stroot; tbonco with last named street
and line of Lot No. 8 S. 83.40 W. 209
foot to southwest cornor of said lot;
thence N. G.20 W. 418 feot to a point
on S. 4th Street; thonco with last
nnmod stroot and lino of Lot No. 1,
209 foot to tho boglnning. These bo
lng part of tho lands dovisod to tho
Defendants under tho will Of tho
said John C. Cary.
No. 2. " ' .
All thoso lots of land, situate In
tho County of Ooonee, In the State
aforesaid, within or near tho corpo
rate limits of the Town of Seneca,
and being numbered 1 to 14, inclu
8iov, in Block B, according to a plat
of the Estate of John C. Cary, made
by It. E. Dalton,-April, 1921, having
the following metes and bounds, as
shown by said plat: Beginning nt a
point at the northeast om corner of
said Lot No. 14 and at the intersec
tion of S. r?th and 5. Depot Streets,
and running thence with last named
street S.'6.20 E. 418 foot to no u bl
eust corner of Lot No. 7; thence with
lines of Lots No. 7 and No. G and
with S. 6th Street S. 83;40 W. 418
fcot to a point on S.Townvillo Streot;
thence with said S. Townvlllo Street
N. 6.20 W. 313.5 foot to northwest
cornor of Lot No. 1; thence With line
of Lot No. i| N. 83.40 E. 209 foot to
a point at tho intersection of Lots
Nos. 1, 12 and 13; thonco Ni 6.20 W.
l04>5 feet to S. 5th Streot; thence
witll said stroot and with line of Lot
No. 14,' 209 feet to the beginning.
These lots hoing port of the lands
devised Ho Mary L. Cary and Whittier
L. Cary under tho will of John C.
Cary.
No. 3.
All thoso lots of land situate in tho
Stato aforosaid; in Ocoroo .County,
and within or nour the corporate
limits of tho Town of Senoca, desig
nated as Lots Nos. 1 to 12, inclusive,
In Block C, on a piaf of tho lands of
John C. Cary, made by TL. E. Dalton,
April, 1921, and having the follow
ing motes and bounds, as shown by
said plat: Beginning nt a point at
intersection of S. Depot and S. O.th
Stroets, being a cornor of said Lot
No. 12, and running thence with S.
DOpOt Street S. 6.20 E. 41S feet to
S. 7th Streot; thence with last named
street and lines of Lots 5 and 4 S.
8?.-10 W. 418 feet to S. Townvillo
Street; thence with S. Townvillo
Streot N. 0.20 W. 209 feU to north
west corner of Lot No. 1 ; tbenco
with lino of Lot No. 1 N. 83.10 E.
209 feet to joint corners of Lots 1,
8 and 9; thence with lines of Lots 9,
10, ll and 12, N. 6.20 W. 209 feet
to S. 6th Street- thence with last
named street N. 83.40 E. 209 feet to
tho beginning. These lots being part
of tho lands devised to said Defend
ants under tho will of John C. Cary.
No. A.
All those parcels or lotr of land,
situato in tho County of Oconee, in
tho Stato aforesaid, and within or
near the corporate limits of the Town
of Seneca, being designated as Lots
1 to 10, inclusivo, in Block D, ac
cording to a plat made by ll. E. Dal
ton, April, 1921, of lands of the Es
tate of John C. Cary, and having
the following metes and bounds, as
shown by said plat: Beginning at a
point, northwest corner of Lot No.
1 and at tho intersection of S. Town
villo and S. 7th Streets, and running
tbenco with S. 7th Streot and with
lines of said Lots 1 and 10 N. 83.4 0
E. 418 foot to a point at the inter
section of last named streot and S.'
Depot Streot; thence with S. Depot
Street S. 20 E. 236.8 feet to south
east cornor of Lot No. 6; thence with
line of Lots No. 6 and No. 5, S. 64.3\i
W. 29 4.4 feet to S. Town ville
Street; thence with said street and
lino of Lot No. 5 N. 58.02 W. 178
feet to a point in line of Lot 5j
thence N. 6.20 W. 126 foot to S. 7th
Street; thence with last named street
and with line of Lots 1 and 10 N.
83.40 E. 418 feet to tho beginning,
These lota being part of the lands
dovisod to tho said Defendants under
the will of John C. Cary.
No. 5.
All thoso lots nf land, situate in
tho Stato of South Carolina, in thc
County of Oconee, and within or near
tho couporato limits of tho Town ol
Seneca, being designated as Lots 1
to 5, inclusivo, in Block E, and ho
ing nil of tho lots In said Block 10
and having tho following metes ant'
hounds, according to a plat, of thc
Estate of John C. Cary, made by lt
E. Dalton, September, 19 20: Begin
ning at a point, NW cornor of Lo
No. ?, also corner of S. Depot and S
7lh Streot8, and running thonco wltl
S. Depot Street S. 6.20 E. 309 foo
to a point at SW. cornor of Lot No
3; thonco along linos of Lots 3 am
4, N. .64.30 E. 4 2 2.2 feet to S. Wal
nut Street; tbenco with S. Walnu
Street N. 6.20 W. 64.6 feet to S. 7tl
Street; thence with S. 7th Street S
83.40 W. 418 foot to tho beginning
These lots being part of tho landi
dovisod. to us under tho will of Jobi
C. Cary.
No. fl.
All thoso lots of land, situato li
tho Stato aforesaid, tri tho County o
Oconoo, and In dr near tho corporal
limits of tho Town of Seneca, boinj
designated as Lots 1 lo 16, inclusive
in Block F, and being all of the lot
in this block, according to plat 0
thu lands of tho Estato of John C
Cary, made by U. IO. Dalton, Septem
her. 1920, and having tho followiu]
nietos and bounds, as shown by salt
plat: Beginning a?n point, in lino o
Lot No. 16 and at Hie cornor of sah
lol and of S. 6th Stroot abd S. Wa!
nut Strdpt, and running thence will
Ui\o of last: named street S. 6.20 E
4 18 foot to s. 7th Stroot; thence wltl
5. 7th Streot and lines of Lots 9 am
8. S. S3.10 W. 418 feel to S. Depo
Streot; thence with S. Depot Stree
Ni 6.20 W. 4 18 feet, to S.. 6th Street
thonco with S. 6th Street N. 83.40 E
118 feet to the beginning, Those lol
being part of Hie lands devised ti
Ibo Defendants under tho will Q
John C. Cary.
No. 7.
All Ihoso lots of land slluato In th
Stato aforosaid, iii tho County o
Oconoo, In or near tho corporat
limits of tho Town of Senoca, he
lng designated as Lots 1 to 10, in
elusivo, in Block O, and hoing all o
tho lot!? hi this block, according t
a plat of t . lands of the Est ito o
John C. Cary, mado by ll. E. Dalton
Soptombor, 1920, and.having tho fol
lowing metes and bounds, ns show
by said plat: Beginning at a poln
In Uno of Lot No. 16 and at tho coi
nor of said lot and of S. 5th and ?
Walnut Streots, and running thone
with Uno of last named stroot S. 0.2
E. 418 feet to S. Otb Stroot; thenc
with S. 6th Streot and lines of Lot
9 and 8 S. 83.4 0 W. 418 feet to i
Depot Stroot; thonco with S. Depc
Stroot N.( 6.20 W. 418 feet to S. 5t
. >? .: 'in i ni i i mimili ?m,p
...-:-<.-:
Strooy: thunce with S. fith Street N.
8::.40 E. 118 feet ,to the boglunlng.
Those lots being part of the lands
dovlsod tb Defendants under the will
of John C. Cary. x
No. 8.
All those lots of land, situate In
tho State aforesaid, In the County of
Oconee, and in or near tho corporate
limits.of the Town of Seneca, being
designated as Lots 1 to 16, inclusive,
In 1310'?k II, and being all of tho lots
In this''block, according to a plat of
tho jtauds of the Estate of John C.
Cary, made by It. E. Dalton,'Septem
ber. I02d. and havlug tho following
motea and hounds, as shown by said j
plat: Beginning at a point in lino of |
Lot No j ri und ai the corner of said
lot and S. 4th Street and S. Walnut I
Street, and running thence with lino
of last named street S ?.20 E. 418
foot tb S. 5th Street; thence with S.
LtIi Street and lines of Lots 9 and 8
S. 8^.4 0 W. 418 foot to S. Dopot
Street; thence with S. Depot Street
N. G.20 W, 418 foot to S. 4th Streot;
? boneo with S. 4t.h Street N. 83.40 E.
J I 8 feet to tho beginning. Tlieso lots
hoing p:>rt of tho lands devised to
tho Defendants under the will of
John C. Cary.
No. O.
All those lots of land situato In tho
State aforesaid, in tho County of
Oconeo, in or near the corporate lim
it? ot tho Town of Seneca, hoing des
ignated ' ns Lots 1* to 16, inclusivo,
in Illock I. and being all of tho lots
in this blodK, according co a plat of
tho landa of tho Estato of John C.
Cavy, hind? by lt. E. Dalton, Septem-I
bor, 19 20, and having the following
motes and bounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in line
of Lot No, 16 and at tho corner of
RBid lot arid of S. 4th'Street and S.
Cherry Mieot, and running thence
with liiii" nt! last, named street S. G.2 0
IO. 418 foot to S. 5th Street; thence j
with S. f>lh Street and lines of Lots'
9 ana 8 S. 83.10 W. 418 feet to S.
WnlutU Stroet; thence with S. Wal
nut Street N. 6.20 W. 418 feet to S.1
4lh Street; thenco with S. 4th Stroet
X. \'3. l<> H. 418 feet to tho begin
ning. These lots being part of tho !
lands devised to tho Defendants un
der the will of John C. Cary.
No. IO.
All of those lots of land, situato In
ibo Stat-, itoresald, in the County of
Dconee. and iii or near tho corporate
limits of ilto Town of Seneca, being
designated ns Lots J to 16, inclusive,
in Block ,1. and hoing all of tho lots
in this blook, according to a plat of
the land of tho Estate of John C.
Cary, inaiir by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having tho following
jiietes Und bounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in line
of Lot No. 16 and at tho corner of
i;aid lot and of S. 5th and S. Cherry
Streets, and running thence with lino
pf l?st named street S. 6.20 K?. 418
feet to S. 6th Street; thenco with S.
r.tli Street and lines of Lots 9 and 8.
S. 83.40 W. 418 feet to S. Walnut
Street; thence with S. Walnut Street
N. <>,2Q W. 4,18 feet to S. 5th Street;
fhe.uco with S. 6th Street N. 83.40 E.
41,8 feel to, beginning. These lots
peing pari of tho lands devised to
Dolorida nts under tho will of John C.
Pavy.
j All those lots of land, situato iii the
State aforesaid, in tho County of
Oconee, ami in or near the corporate
limits of the Town of Seneca, being
jlesignaied ns Lots 1 to 16, In'clit
!ive. in Block K, and being all of the
ots in this block, according to a plat
if l ae lands of tho Estate of John C.
bary; mado by R. E. Dalton, Septem
ber, 1920, and having the following
inc! es and bounds, as shown by said
plat: Beginning at a point in line
pf Lot No. 16 and at tho corner of'
said lot. and of S. 6th Sheet and S. !
Chorry Street, and running thence
witt' Une of last named street S. fi.20
E. 393 feet; thoued with lino of Lot'
f), S. 0 1.3d W. 73 feet; thenco with
S. 7tli Street and lines of Lots 9 and
S. .Si'..40 W. 349 feet to S. Walnut
fetrcetj thence N. 6.20 W. with line1
bf S. Walnut. Street 418 fe?t to S. ?
j?th streot; thence with S. 6th Stroet :
v '.10 ID.. 418 foot to beginning. !
Thone lots bolng part of the lands j
devised to the Defendants under tho
will of John C. Cary.
Thc above lots will bo sold In
blocks, according to plat of samo, and
tho plat will bo exhibltod nt the sale.
Plat now on file In Master's oillco. j
TliRMS OF SALE-CASH. That
should any purchaser of said land
lall to comply with his bid within a
roi f ? nable time, "ho Master shall re- j
fad! he same upon tho same or some
Subsequent Salesday, at the risk of j
th. inner purchaser, and shall coo
lina lo re.-soll until tho purchaser
Sha! comply with his bid. That tho
iure asor at said salo be required, at
th?- 'imo Ids bid is accepted, to de
1>< . with tho Master ten per cent :
(10 ) of tho amount of his bid,
pro* 'ed. however, that the Plaintiff!
fm v ld iii said land without making !
a il ?Sil a' tho time, since the Plain
tin r. lion on said hind; but the :
p Iff shall settle with* tho Master ?
n other purchaser should mnko
saith nent. |
.1 at tho risk of tho former pur
chaser.
i' .chaser to pay extra for papers
ar d ii mp. W. O. WHITE,
'aster for Ocnoeo County, S. C.
15, 19 22, 4 6-4 8
MASTER'S SALEM.
tte of South Carolina,
ouni.y of Oconee.
?i Court of Common Pleas.)
vinni, to docrees of tho afore
said ourl. in tho casos named be
low, i MB offer for salo, to tho high
Cst I. id der, in front of tho Court;
Hon ddor, nt Walhalla, S. C.. on
MON AY. the 4th day of December,
j. ' hetweon tho logal hours of
S; ., [lie tracts of land bolow de
scribed!
I. C. Droazoale, Plaintiff,
against
Lcd?S Wright and F. W. Cannon,
Defendants.
All that certain piece of land, sit
urn,, lying and being In Oconoo
County, Slate aforesaid, containing
tv nine (29) acres, moro or less,
ad jo) a Ink lands of J. S. Carter, Qyp
nlo V well and othors, and being tho
name lahd deed od to Lodls Wright
by R. L. Keaton, Dec. 10th, 1017. ?
TB?tMS OP SALE-Half Cash and
balance in one year; credit portion to 1
bear interest from day of sale and be I
secured by bond of purohaser, or pur
chasers, and mortgage of the prom- ?
?HCH, with leave to the purchaser to ?
pay all cash if he dosires. /That in
event of failure of tho purobaser, or
purchasers, to comply with tho terms!
of sale within five days frpm day bf j
sale, tho Alastor do ro-advortlso and j
re-sell said premisos on tho follow- j
lng Salesday,' or somo convenient j
Salesday thereafter, at the samo,
placo and on the same terms as hore-1
tbtore sot out, at the risk of the'for-I
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and !
that ho do continue so to do until be J
has found a purchaser, or purchas- j
ors, who comply with the terms of !
sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for papers,
'stamp, and recording mortgage. ;
< W. O. WHITE, * i
?Master for Oconeo County, S. C.. .
Nov. 15, 1922. 4J-48
Bank of Walhalla, a Corporation cre
ated by and existing under and by
virtuo of the Laws of tho State of
South Carolina, Plaintiff, j
J against !
J. H. Vaughn, W. J. Schroder, Indi
vidually and ns Administrator of
tho Personal Estate of T. E. Alex-]
auder, Deceased; Mrs. Inez Jaynes,
Frank C. Aloxandor,. Mrs. S. O.
Youngblood and Bon Taylor,
Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcel or
? tract of land, situate, lying and being
I lu Oconee County, and State of South
I Carolina, containing 58 Vis acres, ad
joining lands of Sam Bruce, Rico and
? others, being tho same bought by T.
: E. Alexander and Don Taylor from J.
IL Vaughn on Jan. 5th, 11)20, loss
tho live acres sold by tho sold T. E.
i Aloxandor and Taylor to R. W.
i Vaughn.
! TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash
on day of sale, and tho balance in
two equal annual installments; tho
crodit portion to boar lntorost at the
rato of eight per cent per annum,
payablo annually from day of sale,
and if not so paid lo bear interest at
eight per cent per annum until paid,
and bo secured by bond of the pur
cashor apd mortgago of tho prom
ises. Should thc purchaser, or pur
chasers, fall to comply with the terms
of salo within ilvo days from tho day
?of salo, that tho Master do ro-advor
tiso and re-sell said promises on tho
following Salesday, or some convon
, lent Salosday thereaf ter, at the same
place and on tho samo terms as hore
; tofore set out, at tho r'sk of the for
! mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
j that ho do continuo so Jto do until b
shall have found a purchaser, or pur
chasers, who shall comply with the
terms of sale.
I J^urchaser to pay extra for papers,
staihps and recording mortgage.
W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
Nov. 15, 1922. 46-48
Mrs. Irono W. Burley, Plaintiff,
against
! W. J. Schroder, Mrs. Inez Jaynes,
?Frank' C. Alexander and Mrs. S. O.
I Youngblood, . Defendants,
j Tract No. 1-All that piece, par
I eel or tract of land, situate, lying and
being in tho County of Oconeo, State
of South Carolina, on waters of Llt
\ tie River, of Keowoe River, adjoin
! lng lands of Riemann Estato, T. E. j
I Aloxander, Taylor and M. H. Hughes,
and containing" twenty-eight (28)
; acres, moro or leos, and having such
shape, form, metes and bounds ns,
shown by plat thereof, made by J. H.
i Wigington, Surveyor, dated October :
14th, 191S.
v Also;
Tract No. 2-All that pleco, par
cel or tract of land, situato, lying
and boing in tho County of Oconee,
Slato of South Carolina, on waters
of Little River, of Keowoe River, ad
joining lands now or formerly of
Riemann Estato, T. E. Aloxander,
Taylor, Orr and Tract No. 1 above
described, and others, containing
forty-six (46) acres, moro or less,
and having such shape, form, mete?;
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. Aloxandor by Charlio McAllster
hy deed dated July 17th, 1914, and
recorded in omeo of Clerk of Court
for Oconeo County, S. C., in Deed
Book RR, page 313, au/l a tract of
land conveyed to T. E. Alexnnder by
W. J. O. Ray by deed datod 28th day
of December, 1917, and recorded in
ofllco of Clerk of Court for Oconee
County, S. C., In Deod Book 3-A, pago
176.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash
and balanco in two equal install
ments, payablo in ono and two years
from tho dato of sale, respectively,
the credit portion to bo secured by
I bond of Ibo purchaser, or purchas
! ors, and mortgage of tho promises.,
ami lo bear interest, from dato of
sale at tho rato of eight per cent por
annum, interest to bo paid annually,
and if not paid-annually, to bo added
to and become part of tho principal,
and tho whole* to boar interest at the
rato of eight per cent por annum, and
so continue until tho whole is paid
in full, with provisions in tho bond
and mortgngo that the obligor shall
pay a reasonablo attorney's foe In
case tho bond and mortgago should
bo placed In tho hands of an attor
ney for collection, niter maturity, or
be collected by. suit. That in ovent
of failure of tho purcbasor, or pur
chasers, to comply with tho terms of
tho salo within live days from day of
salo, the Master do re-advertlso and
re-sell tho said promises on tho fol
lowing Salesday, or somo convenient
Salesday thereafter, at tho samo
placo and on tho samo torms as here
tofore sot out, at tho risk of tho for
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
Unit he do continuo so to do until ho
bas found a purchnser, or purchasers,
who shall comply with tho torms of
salo.
That tho purchasor, or purchasers,
at such salo bavo the right to antici
pate tho payment or either or both
of tho credit installments at any timo
by paying *ho principal and all In
toiest which has accrued up to tho
timo of Buoh paymont.
Purchasor to pay extra for papers,
stamp and recording mortgago.
W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oeonoo County, S. C.
Nov. IC, 1922. 46-48
Bank of West Union, a corporation
.created by and existing under tho
Laws of the State of South Caro
lina, Plaintiff,
against
C. E. Alexander and Bessie Alexan
der, Doioudimts.
All that certain ploue, parcel or
tract of land situate, lying and being
in Keowee Township, of the County
of Oconee, State ot South Carolina,
on branches waters of Corn House
Creek, adjoining lands of Mrs. Bessie
Alexander, W. H. Orr, M. A. Moss
and Elijah Alexander, containing Ol
acros, moro or loss? and hoing tho
western portion of tho Tract No. 12
of tho Sitton lands, as shown on plat
of survey thereof by I. II. Harrison,
Surveyor, of dato Sept. rj 1907, plat
recorded In Book C, pogo 8, Clerk's
o?llco, Oconoc'Counly, S. C., and be
ing the sumo tract convoyed to C. E.
Alexander and Bessie Aloxandor by
lt. T. Jaynos and others.
TERMS OP SALE-CASH. That
in event of failuro of the purchnsor,
or purchasers, to comply with tho
torms of salo Immediately, that the
Master do 'ro-soll said premises on
! tho same Salesday, or some conven
ient Snlesday thereafter, at tho samo
place and on tho same torms as hero
j toforo sot out, at tho risk of tho for
jmor purchaser, orv purchasers, and
j that ho do continuo so to do until he
has found a purchnsor, or purchas
ers, who shall comply with tho terms
of salo.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconco County, S. C.
Nov. 15, 1922. 46-48
; Bank of West Union, a corporation
created hy and existing under tho
Laws of tho Stato of South Caro
lina, Plaintiff,
against
Edgar Alexander, Def onda nt.
j All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land lying and being in Oco
1 neo County, South Carolina, eontain
? lng fifty acros, hoing a part of No. 13,
j Sitton lands, deeded to Edgar Alox
? ander by C. E. Aloxandor and Bessie
? Alexandor, adjoining lands of W. H.
: Orr, E. Alexander and others.
TERMS OE SALE-CASH, That
in event of failuro of the purchaser,
or purchasers; to comply with tho
terms of salo Immediately, that tho
Master do re-sell said promises on
tlie same Salesday, or somo conven
ient Salesday thereafter, at the soo
ttoln oin oinoininimmi onlii lui Inn
nnlnaao n-tsceoeeo stooeoec soceottto
eeeo hnaato seotaatta stttoo stoiaeot
aoott seetao t shrdJu etaoin sb rdlucs
lent Salesday thereafter ut the same
placo and on tho same terms as here
tofore set out, at tho risk of tho 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 the.
tors of salo
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. w. O. WHITE, .
Master for Oconco County, S. C.
Nov. 15, 1922. 46-48
SHERIFF'S SALK.
NOTICE is hereby given that, pur
suant to authority given mo under
tho laws' of South Carolina, I will
sell, to tho highest bidder, for cash,
In front of tho Court.House door, tn
Walhalla, S. C., on Salosday in De
combor, 1922, being MONDAY, tho*
i th day of December, On? Automo
bile that has boen seized whllo hoing:
usod in tho transportation of intoxi
cating liquor, and has boon declared
forfeited to tho State. Proporty de
scribed as follows:
Ono Ford Touring Car, Motor No.
6551549, captured while being drivon
by Will Tuck.
Also, 1,800 pounds of Granulated
Sugar.
Also, ono 7-foot Crosscut Saw.
W. M. ALEXANDER;
Sheriff of Oconoo County, S. C.
Nov. 15, 1922. 46-48
j NOTICE OF ELECTION OF STEW
ARD OF POOH L'A RM. '
The Supervisor and hlfc Board of
Advisors will elect a Stownrd of tho
[Boor Farm for tho fiscal yoar of 1923
In their office nt Walhalla, S. C., on
FRIDAY, Decombor 1st, 19 22. Board
will elect tho lowest responsible bid
der, reserving the right to reject any
and all bids., Applicants for tho posi
tion must state tho names and ages
of the members of their families, and
the salary for which tho applicant,
will tako tho Job. Tho County will
allow tho Steward a reasonable sal
ary for himself, and will pay for, or
allow off of tho farm, sufficient quan
tity of wood for his family, self and
tho paupers. All bids should be care
fully sealed.
J. C. SHOCKLEY,
Suporvlsor.
J. B. S. DENDY, Clerk.
Nov. 8, 1922. 45-4S
SABE OF LANI) BY .SURVIVING
EXECUTOR.
NOTICE is hereby glvon that I will
soil, to tho highest bidder, in front
of the Court Houso door, nt Wal
halla, S. C., on MONDAY, tho ,4th
day of Decombor, 1922, iinmodiatoly
aftor tho Judicial Sales, tho tract of
land below described:
AU that piece, parcol or tract of
land, situate, lying and being in Oco
nco Ooulny, Stufo of South Carolina,
containing nlnety-fhrco acres, moro
or loss, hoing ono of tho tracts of
land conveyed to J. M. Dowls hy tho
Executor of John Dowls, doconsed, a
full description of which will moro
fully nppoar from a pint of survey
made by Wm. F. ErvIn, D. S.,'on tho
16th day of August, 1883; said plat
hoing of record in Book M of Regis
ter of Mosno Convoyanco for Oconoo
County, S. C., at Pago 559, and ho
ing tho same tract of land convoyod
to G. M. McKoo by J. M. Dowls by
deed dated 6th of Docombor, 1888,
same recorded in Clork's Oflico of
Oconoo County, S. C., in Book M,
Pogo 557-8.
TERMS OF SALE-CASH.
Purchaser to pay oxtra for deed
and ats mp. J. W*. McKEE,
Executor of tho Last Will and Tes
tament of G. M. McKoo, Dece?sod.
Nov. 15, 1922. 46-48

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