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KEOWEE COURIER
(Established J8IO.)
Kn(oi cd nt tho Postollko nt Wal
halla, S. C., as Mull Matter of tho
Second Class, under Act of Congress,
March ltd, J 870.
Published Every Wednesday Morning
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE:
Ono Year.$1.00
Six Mouths.B.*>
Tinco .Month?. . ... .80
Adcrtivsilig Kai !s Reasonable.
Ry Steck, Shelor, Hughs & Sbclor.
Communications ot a personal
character charged for as advertise
ments. Obituary natlces, cards of
thanks and tributes of respect, either
by individuals, lodges or churches or
societies, charged for ns for adver
tisements. Cash must accompany the
manuscript, and all such notices will
be marked "Adv." in conformity with.)
postal requirements.
WALHALLA, g. c.:
V WEDNESDAY, DEO. ID, 1022.
" t
M) ll NOS KN TIC RS CROOKS CASE
"Neither Governor Xor Sherill" ia Posi
tion to Move- Still lu l'en,
Columbia, Dec. li. sheriff Aicx
anodr, of bconeo, told Govornor Har
vey to-djiy that lu lind no funds to
dofray his expenses on n trip to Co
lumbia and back Willi Crover Crooks,
rocontly ordered released from tho
pet) lion Hary by the Supreme Court,
and ho I nd lea ted] that ho did not in?
tond coming boro tor Crooks.
Col. Sanders, superintendent of the
penitentiary. told the Chief Execu
tive ho had no funds to send a guard
with Crooks to Oconeo, and it looks
ns though Crooks will romain for a
good while.
The Supreme Court ordered tho re
louse of Crooks after Governor Har
vey lind revoked his parole, but di
rected that bo bo turned over to the
s h or I ff of Oconeo county. Tho Gov
ornor to-day Instructed the peniten
tiary to hold Crooks until Sheriff
Alexander ?-onus In person for him.
'The whole mailer has hoon handled
by the Court. Tho Chief Executive
ia looking I'DI some Circuit Judge to
issue an order upsetting the order of
the supremo Court. So many things
h.,ve happohc ' within ?ourt proced
ure ; lo I y Hu I tho Governor does not
know what to expect next.
I iou i it > Ltind-Rtcbiand Notes.
Bounty Land, Dec. ll.-Special:
Mr. am Mrs. Ill cb a rd .?ones, of Sen
oca, and Viva. \V. H. Haynes, of Now
Hope, wore Into guests ol' Mr. and
Mrs. Will Smith.
We regrot to learn Hint the entire
Hubbard family have been quite in
disposed, being victims of "Hu." They
are bolter, however, and. their many
friends hope will soon recover.
lt. ii. Stewart and E, L. Stone wero
visitors lo Wost minster lost week,
Mrs. Thomas Owens, who has boon
??.on tin.'! to her bed for tho past
monti), j; -till in n precarious condi
tion, iieiti able to sit up only a few
minutes through tho day. Wc join
lu r many friends in ibo hope for her
early recovery.
.Miss Sallie Davis spent a few days
last week with Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Davis near Clemson, returning home
Saturday.
Henry Duncan and brother, of
Picketts, visited in Ibo community
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. ]]?]. Woolbrlghl were
in ' i .?n Friday,
E. L. Stono ls working iii Pendle
ton.
Mr, and Mrs. Will Smith visited
Mr. and drs, Mart Hopkins, of Hu
Reedy Fork section, Thursday. .
"IV Thomas moved from tills C01U
iii'iv y i 'ii.'..' to no ?r Wes; Union.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crow., of
Gainesville, Ga., wore guests Inst
wc ... Mr. nnd Mrs. it. M. Dnvlfl
Ft mk Marett ls engaged i'? svjjrk
ie. ? ; reeu'vlllo.
Tb.? Gypsy Smith Circle held a do
? light ful ni co ting las; Friday nf tor
il o o n kv i 1 ti Mrs. J. I). St?wftrl ha hos
tess; A delicious salad and sweet
eon rsc Wi s served.
'The school Improvement Associa
tion 'viii meet at Bounty Lind sch oui
house Friday afteraoon al An
inter, Ring progr. in is expected.
Mrs. IO. li. Shank li h has been
spend ng i\ tow days With her parents,
lind MVS, I.au.eec.' McMaban, Of
tho Fairview section.
Capt. ?S. K. Dendy, ot Seneca, was
the guest of rolfttlVOS hire for tl
r ni plo of 'ays 1 'si week.
. i, A. S. Rollins and two chil
di'.!. Ku goa o and Elizabeth, of
Charleston, are guests In Hie nome
of Mrs. Rollins' parents, ^1r. and Mrs
!>. A. I'errilt. Mrs. Rollins Will leave
to-morrow for a trip lo Chicago, 111.
The . -en will remain with thoil"
gr?) ts during her absence.
, s. Hy rel Wyly and two sons, of
loi spending a few daya with
h< ls, Mr. and Mis. M. C. Mar
I i.
Clifton Sanders, who is working
in Anderson, vlsltod homcfolks bi re
ila; week-end.
Jo hph lani, ol' TOWnvUle, Dead.
.lonepl "am. who was well known
In Ooo noe county, died suddenly at
'.' : r' C., ho i . IP.day. He was
tn ki . iuuldonly iii on t he si rei ? i of
chai b i te. was rushed to a hospital
at once, but died before roaching tito
hospital. Ho had until recently made
bis homo in TownvlllO, and was well
and favorobly known there and in the
lower part of Oconeo. 'The news of
Iiis don th will bo received with IJ?MI u
ino : . gi Ot OH all sides.
Bishop Waterhouse Dead.
- ;
Knoxville, Tenn., Doc. 9.-Bishop
it. G. Waterhouse, retired, of the.
Methodist Episcopal ohurch, who was
Injured hy. an nutomobilo hero on
Thursday night, died this afternoon
ttl .'J o'clock without regaining con
sciousness. Tile bishop's skull was
fractured and one arm and leg. were
broken.
Bishop Waterhouse was formerly
president of Emory and Henry Col
lege, Emory, Va., and twelvo years
ago was elected bishop. As an Ititi
era nt minister ho was a member of j
Holsten Conference. Ile was CG y er. rs
of ago.
- TOYLAND -
THE LA RC EST COIJJEOTION OE
TO VS AND OUTS IN WALHALLA.
BRING Tili: KIDDIES.
The People's Dept Store,
.?BETTER GOODS FOR LESS."
? GIFTS THAT LAST*,
/sm. ?t*i .
There is a
CONKLIN which
is "just made for
you ". Select
your pen care
fully, and you
will discover the
real meaning of
writing satisfac
tion.
$2.50 and up
/>'fiLLEtv I
Fv. A. McLees,
Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF W. Si.
BROWN & SON.
Pursuant to an order made by His
Honor T. S. Soaso, dated 2Mb day of
November. I'.IL'L'. In Ibo case of Wil
liam M. Brown, Plaintiff, vs, Arthur
Drown, Defendant
NOTICIO is hereby given that all
creditors of W. M. Brown & Son aro
required to prove and establish their
claims before nt'! on or before the
I 5th day of March, I 0211.
December 12th, 1022.
W. 0. WHITE,
Master for Oeonee County. S. C.
Dec. 13, Ht 2 2. 50-tf.
NOTICIO OE FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
In tho District Court ot the United
States, for tho Western District of
South Carolina.- In bankruptcy,
in the Matter of W. M. Murphree,
Ban k ru pt.
To tho Creditors of W. M. Murphree,
o? Walhalla, S. C., R.K.I>. No. ??, ill
tho County of Oeonee and District
aforesaid, a Bankrupt:
NOTICIO is hereby given, That'on
tho fifth day of December, A.D. 1022,
tho said W. M|. Murphree was duly
adjudicated bankrupt; (incl that the
llrsl meeting of his creditors will be
held at the oltice of E. h. Herndon.
Esq., in Walhalla, S. C., on the twen
ty-first day of December, A. ?. 1022.
Ot ll o'clock in tho forenoon, nt
which time the said creditors may
attend, prove their claims, appoint a
trustee, examine the bankrupt, and
transact such, other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
C. E. COOLEY,
Itcforeo In Bankruptcy.
Anderson. S. C.. Dee. ll, 1922.
Dec. 13, 1922. SO
NO TICE OK El NAL S EITLEM E N!
AND Distill A RUE.
.-.otice i.i hereby given ihat Ihe nu
dotti 'not will in.ibo application U
V. c. Marlin, Judge of Probate foi
Oeonee County, in tho State of Rout!
Carolina, at his olllco at Walhall-'
Court House, on MONDAY, tho 15th
day ot JANUARY, 1023, at olo\>n
o'clock in the forenoon, or as Soon
thereafter ns said a ipllcntlon can be
hoard, for loa. ' to make llnal settle
mont of the tisluio of AMOS SAN
DERS Deceased, and o!>t;iiu Pin hi
Discharge as Administratrix of the
said Estate,
M CS. MANN A SANDERS,
Administratrix of the Estate of Amos
Sanders, I tcccaaod.
JBoc. 13, 1922. F.0-1
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PERSONS aro h crony warned
not lo .- boo* any birds on lands of tho
ti n let signed .
W. R. HUNT,
W. it. CH MG,
J. S. CARTER,
A. M. BROWN,
W. J, ORR,
R. L. VI Sf! VC IO.
IO. L, HERNDON,
MRS. Al R E S LION"DY,
I. II, BEATTY,
Nov. 29, > 922. -1 8-5 I
.MA KIO VOl K TA x in ; nit xs,
"Walhalla. S. C.. Doe. 1 3, 1 0 22.
1 The 'TTiid:tor's olllco will bo open
lo re?oive returns of Personal Prop
erty for taxation, from the 1st day
of January, 1923, to tho 2OU1 day of
Kobruary, 1923, inclusive.
The. Township Assessors aro re
quired by law to list all thoso who
i fall to make their returns within the
timo required by law. llonco the dif
ficulty of delinquents escaping tim
50 per cent penalty, as well as the
frequency of errors rosulting from
this pruetleoA Hy nil moans maleo
your own returns and thereby savo
expense and confusion.
All able-bodied men from 21 to 00
years of ago aro taxable polls, and
fu rn 21 to 50 yoars for road tax.
For the convenienco of tax-payers
itho Auditor or his Deputios will re- :
colve returns at tho following times
and places:
Jan. 1st--Madison.
Jan. 2d--Tabor.
Jan. 3d'-South Union.
Jan. 4th-Fair Flay.
Jan. Bib-Farle's Grove.
Jan. nth-Oakway.
.Jan. 8th-Tokeona.
Jan. 9th-v--Provldenco.
Jan. 10th-Friendship.
Man. 11th-Jordania.
Jan. 12th-Richland.
Jan. 15th-Newry.
Jan. 16th-donison College.
Jan. lilli-Adams' Crossing.^
Jan. 18th-High Falls.
Jan. 19th-Salom.
Jan. 20th-Little River.
Jan 22d-Tamassee.
Jan. 23d-Mountain Rest.
Jan. 24Ul-Whetstone.
Jan. 25th-Long Creek.
Jan. 20th-Tugaloo Academy .
Jan. 29th and 30th-oencc'a,
Jan. 31st and Feb. 1st- Westmin
ster.
Returns will bo taken nt all places
from 10 o'clock in tho morning Until
2 o'clock in the afternoon unless
otherwise noted.
RALRH'M. Pl KB,
Auditor. Oconee County, S. C.
Doe. 13, 1922. 50-Ulo
NOTICE OF SADE.
NOTICE is hereby giovn that, in
accordance with an order of Salo of
tho Probate Court for Oconeo County.
S. C.. 1 will sell, on tho twenty-first
(21st) day of Doceiubcr, 19 22, at
the late residence of Wilton lt. Ear! >.
Deceased, tn Oconee County, S. C.,
the following property belonging to
tho l?state of said Deceased, to-wn:
IDleven (ll) Mules, ono Engine
and Saw Mill, ono Wagon, one Max
well Touring Car. ono Roll-Top Desk,
one Rook Caso and Rooks, ono (5-C'il
utnn) Burroughs Adding Machine,
Hay, Corn, and other Miscellaneous
Articles. Sale will begin nt 10 o'clock
A. M.
Ternis bf Sale - Cash. And tho
right is reserved of rejecting any and
nil bids.*,
December Sth, 1922.
J. PRANCES EARLE, .
Administratrix,
Townville, S. C., R. F. D.
Dec. 13, 192 2. 50-51
Master's Sale .
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF OCONPlE.
In Court of Common IMen
Pursuant to decrees of th'< iii :
said Court, in tho cases iii in?
?ow, 1 will offer for salo, to the hlj i j
est bidder, in front ot ,.'.<. ' ? <
Douse door, nt Walhalla, S. V 'i
MONDAY, the 1st day of li ir ry :
1923, between tho legal j \\rs Ol
sale, the tracts *of land b< i w de
scribed :
Hubert C. Colo and Olivo . v ito,
lossie Floride Wright ar. . A.
Cole, by their Guardian ul .. tr.
W. H. Cole, and W. H. i . -
dian, 1 utntiTt'ji.
aga inst
June Lewis, The Citizens lank, .!.
E. Grant and J. C. Edwards, part
ners in business, under tho
na mo of J. E. Grant ft (
D fendants.
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, containing sixty-five and one
half acres, more or less, on tho north
side of tho public road leading from
Friendship Church to Pendleton, in
T e County and State aforesaid, ad
joining lands of J. P. Led bet tor on
the north, Ullon Lowery on tho oast,
E. F. Cochran on tho south, and Mrs.
Ellen Hall on the west, this being
the saute tract of land conveyed to
the said Mrs. Eunice F. Colo by Mrs.
Mary H. Fredericks by her deed
dated the 1th day of December, 1912.
Teems of Sale-Cash. Thal In the
event any purchaser or purchasers
shall fail to comply with'the tenus
of their bids within live days, thon
tho Master do re-advertise and re
sell tho said premises, at the risk of
the former 'purchaser.
Purchaser to pay extra for ?cod
and stamp. W. O. WHIT 13,
Master for Ocoiico County, s. C.
Dec. !;:. 1922. 50-52
Rank of Walhalla, a Corporation cre
ated by and existing under and by
virtue of tho Laws of the State of
South Carolina. Plaintiff,
against
J. M. Vaughn, W. J. Schroder, indi
vidually and ns Administrator of
tho Personal iOstato of T. 13. Alex
ander, Bocea sed'; Mrs, Ines? Jnynes,
Krank C. Alcxnndor, Mrs. S. O.
Voungblood and Bon Taylor,
D?fendait:?.
All thal certain piece parcel or
tract of land, slluato, lying and be
in;; in Oconee County and State of
South Carolina, containing five acres,
being tho same sold by T. IO. \lex
n.ndor and Ron Taylor IO lt. W.
Vaughn off of the 53%-aero tract of
land, adjoining Sam Bruco, Klee and
others, and which was conveyed to
T. 13. Alexander and Boil Taylor by
J. H. Vaughn-.
Terms of S.\1o-One |hird Cash Oil
day of sale, and tho bataneo in two
equal annual installments; the credit
portion to bear intorosl at the rate of
eight per cent per annum, payable
mutually from day of sale, and if not
so paid lo bear Inter si ?l oight per
cent per annum until paid, and bo
secured by hoi d of the purebnsi ,' a;ul
mortgage of tho promises. Should
tho purchaser, or purchasers, f ll lb
comply wi' il ri torn di s v ? ' *A
flvo days from tho nay of sale, .hat
the Master do re-advertise and re
sell said premisos on (he following
Salcsday, or som o convenient Sales
day thereafter, at tho same place and
on the Maine terms as heretofore set
out. at Ibo risk of the former pur
chaser, or purchasers, and" that li o do
continue so lo do until he shall havo
found a purchaser, or purchasers. I
who shall comply with the torms of '
sale. i
Purchaser to pay oxtra for papers,
stamp, and recording mortgage. i
W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconco County, S. C. ;
Doc. 13. 1922. 50-52 ?
Sophlo RUter, Plaintiff,
. against
W. J, ? .hroder, in his own right and
as Administrator of* tho Personal j
Es tat? of T. 10. Alexander, De- ;
ceased; luca S. Jayncs, Prank C.'
Alexnndor and Pr edd a A. Young-,
blood, Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, situate, lying and hoing
in Ocouoo County, Stalo of South
Carolina, on branch' waters of Long
Nose Creek, adjoining lands of Al-.
lison Leo, lt. TT\J nynes, George Haw
'.horno and others, containing 72 j
acres, moro or less, and hoing a part
of tho tract of land bought by T. E.
Alexander from ErvIn Spencer.
Also,
All that corta in ploco, parcel or
tract of land containing, 4 2 acres,
more or loss, situate, lying and be
ing In Oconee County, South Caro
lina, Kcowoo Township, on tho west
Bide of Koowec River,adjoining lands :
of Joe Cantrell, Campbell Courte-1
nay and o-hors, and hoing tho santo'
tract conveyed to T. E. Alexander by !
Wm. Holden, by deod hearing dato
the 23d day of January, 1909, and re-,
corded in Clerk's Ofllco, Oconco '
Coiynty, S. C., on tho 3d day of Juno, 1
19091 i? Hoed Dook JJ, page 3 81. j
Terms of Salo-Cash. That lil tho j
event of tho?futlure of the purchaser, |
or purchasers, to comply with tho
terms of sale within five days from
nay of sale, the Master do rc-adver
'.ise and "re-sell said premisos on the!
following Salosdoy, or some conven
ient Salesday thereafter, at the same
place and on the same t?rms as here
tofore sot out, at the risk of the for
mer purchaser, or pu veli users, and
that ho do continue so to do until li
bas found a purchaser, or puroilhsors,
who comply with tho terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE.
Master for Oconee County. S. C.
Dec. 13, 1922. 50-52
The Union Life Insurance Company
of Cincinnati, Ohio, a Corporation
created and existing .under tho
Laws of the State of Ohio,
Plaintiff.
against
Leonard O. Brown, W. J, Schroder,
in his own right and as Adminis
trator of tho Personal Estato of
T. E. Alexander, Deceased; Inez
S. J ayn es, Prank C. Alexander,
Predda A. Youngblo'od and W. P.
Ttolick, Defendants.
All thal certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, situate, lying and being
Wagener Township, County of
? . mee. State of South Carolina, on
. ranches, waters of Conoross Crook,
adjoining lands of ll. L. Brandt.
K igbl Thompson, Nancy Watkins,
'iios. N. Hall and others, and hav
ing tho following courses and dis
ttj ces, to-wlt: Beginning al a stone
A on north bank of thc public road
Walhalla, corner common-with
ds of Knight Thompson, and run
ning thence north 3 2 degrees, west
33.50 chains; thence north 13 de
. . cs, west 7.50 chains; thence north
degrees, east 4 chains; dence
th 74 degrees, east '49.SO chains;
tl nco south 35 degrees, cast S
el lins; thence south 20 degrees,
M ?t 54- chains; thence north SO do
ti es, wept 11.60 chains to tho be
lting corner, containing 107 acres,
: ? re or less, and being the santo
ct of land conveyed to Leonard O.
H )wn by Thos. N. Hall by deed bear
ing dale the 15th day of January,
1912, and recorded In Clerk's Omeo.
Oconee County, S. C., on tho 25th
day of April, 19 IG, in Dook XX,
pago 29.
Telina of Sale-Cash. That In the
event of failure of the purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply* with tho terms
of salo within flvo days from day of
sale, the Master do re-advertlso and
re-sell said premises on tho follow
ing Salesday, or some convenient
Salesday thereafter, at tho same place
and on the same terms tts heretofore
set out, at the risk of tho former
purchaser, or purchasers, and thal
he do continue so to do until he has
found a purchaser, or purchasers,
who comply with the terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and st ?MU p. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconee County, S. C.
Doc. 13, I!?21., ' 50-52
Norwood'National Dank, a Corpora
tion, I'la in tilt',
aga i list
Mrs. Mary L. Cary. Individually and
as Trustee of, W. T.. C.irv, and as
Executrix of the Estato of John C.
Cary. Decoasod; W. L. Cary. Prank
H. Barrett, P. M. Cary and J. Nor
wood Clovoland, Defendants.
The throe-fourths < ;,i ) undivided
Interest of Hie Defendants, W. L.
Cary. Mar? L, Cary individually,
Mary L. Cary, as Trusted of W. L.
Cary, and M try L. Cary as executrix
of the lOstate Of John C. Cary, De
ceased, of, in and lo all thal certain
piece, parcel or tract of land, situai.',
lying and hoing Oil the west side of
Koowce Uiver, In Kcowoo Township,
County of Oconee, State of South
Carolina, adjoining lands now or for
merly of estato of J. J. Norton, de
ceased; <st;ite of \V, L. Keith, de
ceased; estato of Samuel Reid, de
ceased, uni) others, containing OOO
acres, in ore or less, according to
deeds In the chain of title, but as
sessed for Pyes on tho Auditor's
books of Oconee County as 15 0 acres;
more or loss, nild known as the old
homestead place of tho late Mrs.
Mary Cary, Deceased,
Terms of sale-Cash. That any
bidder sh ll deposit with the Master
ns OVldoilCO of good faith, cash, Ol'
cort ide ! chock, In tho sum of Two
Hundred find Plfty Dollars (?250.oo)
and 'a tho event the said purchaser,
pt ors, fail orycfVs? 'o ebnv
ply ,with tho torin? i a '. . within ten
(10) d;ys from tho dato of any BU Mi
salo, the Muster shall ro-SOll tho
same, after duo notice, at oach sub
sofitient Salesday until ho shall ob
tain a purchaser who shall comply
with tho terms of sale, and that ttl!
subs?quent sales shall be mado nt tho
risk of the formor purchaser, or pur
(
I am in position to offer
on all Wagons I now have c
need a Wagon it will pay ye
COMPOSITION ROOFII
ATTRACT?
KURFEE'S PAINTS and
ED PLOWS and REPAIR
and LEATHER GOODS;
BEAVER BOARD; HAY
-ALL TO GO AT RE,
R.K.NIfl
SENEC.
-ii
We Have at both
nice Christmas th;
dren and big folKs
WAT<
PARLOR
SERVING TRA
ALUMINUM WARE,
SILVER WARE, BICYCLE
AIR RIFLES, STOV
ELECTRIC TOA
ANOTHER (
& GALVD
SHEI
IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUT S
INVENTORIES WE WILL MAKE ?
CHANDISE UNTIL JANUARY 1ST.
SEEING US, FOR FACTORY P.
PRACTICAL ALL STEEL GOODS.
HARDWARE Hi
WESTMINSTER
(Phono No. 30.)
SOUTH Ci
aa
ifet^s^jsss^ ? ><
chasers.
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconco County, S. C.
Dec. 1U, J lt ^ 2. 50-52
Tho Union Central Life Insurance
Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, n
Corporation created hy and exist
ing under tho Laws of thc State of
Ohio, Plaintiff,
against
General Datier Gillespie, w. J.
Schroder in his own right and as
Administrator of thc Personal Es
tate of Thoa. E. Alexander, De
ceased; inez. S. Jaynes, Frank C.
Alexander and Fredda A.'Young
blood, Defendants.
All that certain piece, parcel or
tract of land, situate, lying and being I
in tho County of Oconoe, Slate of !
South Carolina, adjoining lands now j
or formerly of Leonard Rogers,
George R. Pike. .lohn F. Glllisplej
and. Ella C. Whitmiro, on branch
waters of -Little River, containing
G2 acres, more or loss, santo being
moro fully represented by plat of sur
vey thoreof by .lames H. Wigington,
of date December 27th, 1012, and
being tho same tract of land con-1
veyod to General Butler Cillespie by
George R. Pike hy deed dated the '
* ?!tli day of November, 1012, record
ed in Clerk's Oiliee, Coonee County.
S. C.. in Deod Book QQ, pago 17.
Terms of Sale--Cash, That in tho
event of the failure of tho purchaser,
or purchasers, lb comply with Hie
terms of sale within five days from
day (d' salo, tho .Master do re-adver
tise and re-sell said promises on tie'
?following! Salesdny, ot sonto con- :
vonionl Salcsduy theroaftor, at the
same place and on the saino terms as
heretofore sel ont, at the risk ol' tho
former purchaser; or purchasers, and i
that he do continue so to do until he
has found a purchaser, or purchasers,
who comply with the terms of the i
salo,
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. Wi i ITC. |
Master for Coonee County, S. C.
Dec. Ill, 1022. 50-52
Southeastern Life Insurance Com-!
pany, a Corporation created by and 1
existing under and hy virtue of the
Laws of tho Stale of South Caro
lina, Plaintiff,
against t
C. B. Hudson. Carl S. Hudson, R. T.
.layaos, (The Union Central Lifo*
insurance Company of Cincinnati,
Ohio, and W. .1. Schrodor, ns Ad-!
ministrator of tito Personal Fstate
of T. IO. Alexander, Deceased.)
Defendants.
All that corinth piece, parcel or
tract of lind, situate, lying and be.'
lng in Keowoe Township, of tho
County of Oconoe, State of South
Carolina, on the west side of Linie]
River, adjoining* hinds of Mrs. Kate
O. Vnndiver, formerly S. K. Cannon,
hut now W. T. Holden, samo hoing
fully represented hy a plat, of sur
vey thereof by W. E. Ervin, Surveyor,
you Extremely Low Prices
>n hand. If you expect to
>u to see me now.
s|G-ALL GRADES-AT
VE PRICES.
OILS; OLIVER CHILL
S; BUGGIES, HARNESS
DOORS and WINDOWS,
and OATS.
f\SONABLE PRICES
ZIMONS,
4
\ our store? many
ings for the chil
:HES,
CLOCKS,
YS, WAGONS,
ENAMELED WARE,
IS, VELOCIPOPES, GUNS,
ES AND RANGES,
STERS, TOYS.
:AR NAILS
ROOFING
2TS.
TOCKS FOR TAKING JANUARY
SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL MER
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
RICES ARE ADVANCING ON
Ww fin
2AUQUARTERS
WALHALLA M
(Phono No, 3 ).) a
VROtlNA :i\
mn . . ? BS v ?L,\i?W?imL-...
in 1SS2, and containing, according to
said plat, ill acres, and hoing tho
sanio tract of land convoyed to CL P.
Mu (Ison hy W. O. White, .Master, by.
deed hearing dale tho 5Ul day of
February, lint;, and recorded in
Clerk's Oill?e, Oconco County, S. C.,
in Hook WW,-pago 2 1, the said tract
being described therein by mlstako
as containing 120Xcros, more or less,
whereas it appears that tho said
tract "actually contains lil acres,
moro or less, as shown on said Ervin
plat. Known as tho Mauldin placo.
Terms of Salo-Cash,
Also,
All that certain pioco, parcel or
tract of land, situate, lying and being
in Keoweo Township, of the County
of Oconee, of tho State of South Car
e>Wna, on tho cast prong of Little
River, and on both sides of tho road
leading from Salem to Walhalla, ad
joining lands now or formerly of
Elias Fleming, W. W. Murphco, Mar
tin, Findley and others, and having *
tho following Courses and distances,
motes and bounds, to-wit\ liegin
nlng at Maple 3X on bank of Salem
Branch, waters of Little River,- mid
running thenco 39?, cast 10 chains;
thence north east 17.;?0 chains;
thence north 70?, east 7.1(5 chains;
thenco south 7?, east :;o chains;
thence south jj?Io, west 3.60 chains;
thence north. SU?, west 43 chains, and
crossing Lillie River to stone x;
thence north 2S*, west 12.72 chains,
to P.Gum 3X; thenco north 1>?, east
I .SO chains to pine Oil tho bank of
Littlo River; thence up said river
with the meanderings thereof to the
fork ' of Little River and Salem
Branch; thence up Saloni Branch
with tho meanderings theroof to
Maple ?IX, tho beginning corner.
Known ?is the home place.
Terms of-Kale-One-third of. tho
pu rebaso money in cash and tho bal
ance in two ofiutil annual install
ments; tho credit portion to bear in
lercst from day of salo at eight per
cent, and with provision for top per
cent for attorney's fee should tho
notes or bonds be not paid when due,
or in case tho notes should bo put In
tho bands of an attorney or attorneys
for collection after due; Ibo credit,
portion to be securod by bond of tho
purchaser, or purchasers, und a mort
gage of tho premises. That In both
sales herein provided, In event of
failure of tho purchaser, or purchas
ers, to comply with the terms of salo
within five days from day of salo, tho
Masito' do re-advert iso and re-sell
said premises on thc following Sales
day, or some convenient Salesday
thoroaftor, tit tho samo placo and on
tho same I erins as heretofore sd out,
ftt tho risk of tho former purchaser,
or purchasers, and that ho do con
1 lime so to do until ho has found a
porch asor, or purchasers, who com
ply With tho terms o,f sale
: Purchaser to pay extra for papers,
stamp and recording mortgage
W. O. WHITER
Mastor for Oconoe County, S. C.
Dec. 13, 1922. 50-52

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