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KEOWEE COU?lER
(Established 1840.)
Published lOvory Wednesday Morning
SUlkSCKIlTION PKICE.
Ono Your .fl .00
HU Months .50
ThrCHI Months.30
Advertising Katoa Reasonable.
Hy Stock, Shehn-, IfiighH & Hliolor.
Communiculions or a personal
ehuractor charged for as advertise
ments.
Obituary notices, cards of thanks
and tributes of respect, oitbor by
Individuals, lodges o?- churches, are
charged for as for advertisements ut
rato of ono cent a word. C.* sh must
accompany manuscript, and all such
notices will bo marked "Adv." in
conformity with Federal ruling on
ouch matters.
WALHA 1,1,A, S. O.
WIOD.N I0SDA Y, DKO. '2H, 1021,
Of? XI4XT MAVOK.
Times change, iu.d men chaim"
with them. And wc might to-day
add tu Ibis bil nf an old saying, "And
the ladies also.*'
Hy reference lo tho sib pago Ihi;
week ii will he noted t lin I one of our
best ladies is announced for ?ho
ellice of Mayor nf Walhalla. There
are some, no doubt, who will scoff at
the idea. Hill why .' Times chan}',.',
and we might as well change with
them. Ladies elsewhere seek elli e.
win ?tudions, suffer defeat, Just a,
do ?nen, and, winning, often make
better olllcois than the men who held
lillico befori? them. We have yet, so
far as we recall, to note where one
has proven herself unworthy. There
are hundreds and thousands of men
in olllce to-day who are until to bold
their ol?ices, to which the public has
ween lit to elevate them.
We are not going to advocate Hie
election of this our ll rat lady candi
date, a e "tnlnly NOT g<>
i'M; lo ope?se lier election She
capable she is worthy, she will tie
bri ht .' for V.' a I hoi li il elected, ard
M ' i misfortune (kilt wo imho
to registei lui th muni
We might have been in position lo
toll you what wo think would die best
to do In the premises in regard to
<asting a ballot, for it has been our
rule from the time of coming to tho
voting age to casi our ballots for
what we have deemed liest. We do
liol like to say to any one. "We
would like to do thus and so. bu'
failed tt) register, and cannot do il."
Were we in position to east a hallo!
in tho January election we would just
as leave that every man, woman and
child in the community should ?ce
thal ballot as not, for il would he
cast for thal person, man or woman,
whom we might consider best quali
fied to hold the olllce.
Not having tho ri?ht to vote, by
reason of the fact thal we failed to
register, we suggest to each voter
that be or she consider the merits of
thc several candidates and vote for
that one considered best qualified to
hold the olllce.
There are four candidates an
nounced this woek. In the order
in which they were received in Thc
Courier omeo for public announce
ment they are:
Janies M Moss.
II. C. Busch.
V, T. Gillespie.
Miss Addle Tatham.
Consider thc matter of casting
your ballot, and Iel every ballot eas'
represent Just that much pulhtc sen
timent in favor of good government,
clean government, honest govern
ment, wisely and conscientiously ad
ministered.
THF OLD-TH K MOW.
Wo are rounding out the last few
?lays and hours of the old year h?Jl.
Midnight of Saturday of this week
will .-end thc old year to Hie scrap
le ap along with nineteen bundi -d
.md twenty others that, have come
and gOlie the way of all tillie, pac
ing into be realm of eternity.
'lhere ?ire many sad thoughts thal
??onie with .le- passing of each year,
sind yet lhere should always he happy
thoughts io accompany I hem. For ns
the old yr.ir dies a New Year is born
bringing possibilities thal Ibo old
one never possessed, for do we not
willi each succeeding year gel expe
rience by which we may shape our
lives bettor and nobler for tho now
months, and weeks, and (lays, ind
hours. Minuto by minuto s\e live -
human atoms of .cant worth at bes!,
maybe, yoi beings created in Ibo im
age Of our Maker Himself. What ll
trust we have placed in ns, free
moral Ilgen IS, when it U given to us
to shape our lives and our destinies!
And how WO stumble and fall, and
gropo about In darkness in tho very
fulnoss of the glorious Light that
wa? sent to guido us ou our way
i through our lives and up to tho very
portal.) of an endless eternity! Mow
aro tho very blessings of life so oft
porvortod and made curses indeed by
our waywardness, our wilfulness, our
> porvorsity!
There has boon much of sin, of
sorrow, of degradation and .shame in
tli is now tnllrm old your of Ul'J I. Tho
lines upon its pages have been writ
ten almost to the last word, "Finis.*'
\\ hat do you lind written on those
pages allotted to you? What is tin;
record I have made7 Th080 pagos
will stand forever to our shame ot
to our credit, lt is well, although 11
may la? painful in many instances, to
read over th?; pages wc have boon
silently almost unconsciously-In
scribing in lift?"? book of records, it
is the only way lu which wo may rea
sonably hop?' lo improve our lives.
lt may shame us lo look over the
record, but it. is well to do it never
theless. Wo will improve our lives,
or we will gradually make them even
worse than they are. There is no
such thing as standing still in life's
span, ho it long or short. Wo grow
in grace or we loso grace; wu come
further into ihc lighl or we ?kulk
deeper into the shadows.
Are you examining tho record yon
have been writing during tho passing
months'.' llave 1 oxaminod mine? lt
will he weil for all ol' us io give con
siderable thought to this question for
Ith?' next few days. Kort 11 na te indeed
I he who can look over the pages and
I lind little or naught to offend - he
who can scan his record and in so
?loin.LC "rend his title clear." What
ever the record may hotd?*for us or
against us. it is our privilege to read
Iii?? line- and prollt, if we will. Let
ns hopo i hat wo may have the cour
age i?) face the record that we have
been writing; let us hope that we
may Hud grace sufficient to prompt,
us, good or had as the record may
bo, lo Improve upon it for the next
t wolve-month.
* * * * *
With this the last issue of Tho
Courier we extend to our reiwlers ?he
wish that the New Year may hold in
store for each better things, splrit
.>?,t materially, than have tho
yeats t>i o past, peace, pt ? pei Wy,
h. ii ip ,,. .?... s 1 a - portion thal
1 Kopo i> v he our it \y?l 1? . vor 1
i 1 'lu- poi 1 jori .if ir all if \vr
. ?viii orbp< cy thu ? out li?"s.
DOESN'T Ll Iv 10 lt UNTE lt STYLE
Ol' Citizenship-Finds More of Cru
elty than True Sportsmanship.
Madison, s. C., Dec. Jil. I 02 I.
Kditor Koo wee Courier:
lt seems that we have a new dem
onstration agent iu our county, who
is very much on his mettle because
ilu> land-owners are not willing for
liim to kill their partridges. Ile
signed his nanto A Hunter." Ile
offers a good (leal of unsought adv;?'?'
to the farmers, notwithstanding 'he
fae! that the farmers already have
two demonstration agents, who aro
paid by ibo government to keep the
farmers posted in their business. This
. true sportsman," as he calls him
self, advises the farmers to allow him
and others of his kind to kill their
partridges down to coveys of four or
live, and then they will raise moro
birds than if nono at all had been
killed. Hut we don't believe thi3.
Miss lOthel Counts, our home dem
onstration agent, who is looking af
ter the poultry business Just now,
was in our vicinity not long since.
She was advising the women to raise
more chickens, get Into the co-opera
tlve marketing plan, and to ship thoil
chickens by the carload, as there was
good money in the business where
conducted on this line. Hut she did
not ad vise the women who already
liave from fifty to a hundred nie
chickens io kill them all but font
or (ive. nor did she even hint thal
they could raise moro chickens, nutt
quicker, hy such method.
This "irue sportsman" should ad
vise the farmers thal in the sprint1
when they gel their cotton crop all
planted, that they should go over
their crops and dig up all their cot
.011 crops hut four or live slalks. und
theil they would ni: '.?> ?1 larger ero)
of cotton. Suppose this "sportsman'
visit Mr Coed, ju i north of Wal
lialln. Ile is a succor -titi 1 fruit grower
And let him loll Mr Coed lo cul
down all his apple trees hut four Ol
live, and that then he would make ;
larger crop of apples next year. Wh.i
would Mr. flood 'Link of him.
Now. Mr. Kditor. we think (hi.
"Hu!".'!" should nini for ll Job o
work uiinewhero ?iud 'go lo lt," nui
ilion !'.. would no: h;ive MI inlicit lim?
to trump over the farmers' crops will
an old. long-haired dog. full of Ileus
trotting after him, and a shotgun oi
his shoulder, for the purpose of kill
illg Ihn little, harmless birds tba
have just as much light to livo ft
ho has.
This "true spor'aman" says th 1
tho farmers should prevent tho kill
lng of chickens if one has beoi
known to eat a potato bug. Why
(looa hu not ask the farmers to al A
him to kill the chickens? It wo titi
ho about tin; same ns killing the pi rt?
ridges. They all belong to tho land
owner on whose land they got their
living.
This "sportsman" also says tho
hunters aro all good citizens. I sup
pose they tire kind and obliging. But
sve think that, lo take the "sports
men" as a class, (hoy aro probably
nearer absolutely worthless to thoir
country than tiny other class of men
in the State.
This "Hunter" does not seem lo
like the game law because ho is not
allowed to kill more than llftecn
birds per day. The trouble ls that
we never know how many he does
kill -whether he kills fifteen or fif
teen hundred. Sometimes he will
shoot into a covoy of birds and kill
one and probably cripple two or three
more. Tho crippled ones will fall into
some briar patch, lie there and suffer
maybe for ti whole week, not able to
get anything to eat, and finally die.
This ls cruel and sinful. It seems
strange to me that a man guilty nf
conduct Uko thai will think that he
ls a good citizen. Yours,
J. A. Cook.
Child Loses Lifo in Fire.
Spartanburg, Dec. 2(5.- -The iwo
year-eld son of Mr. and Mrs. Hough-j
ten Cooksey was burned to deat'.i In !
H Uro thal destroyed their home llvo
miles north of Spartanburg this if
Icruoon. Thc child had been lefl III 1
(ho housa while Mrs. Cooksey stop
ped at a barn some distance front tho
residence. Discovering tho fire, Mrs.
Cooksey rushed to the rescue of her
child. bu*, was restrained from enter
ing the building, then in flames, by
neighbors. The body of tho child was
recovered from the ashes of the home
late this afternoon.
Singing ait Clearmont.
Tho Tugaloo Township Singing
Convention will meet at Clearmont
on the Hist Sunday in January (next
Sunday.) at 2 o'clock In thc after
noon. All singers and lovers of music
aro invited. Oscar Driver,
President.
I'till Stated gove- anion t's
loss itu ri MI Federal centre' of tho
railroads? was more thi.t. .c. .:,
...mi
VA 1 . rs, tl a ni al v iib fOlll
legs ts a Citta inp'" HIP . wo
legs is a biped. Man is a biped. Now,
what ls azebra?" "A striped."
The.band salute ls symbolic of the
olden days when a gentleman, upon
meeting a friend, removed the armor
from his face.
Of the S!i,2.">o former service men
of the United States army in voca
tional training, only 5,793 have been
graduated after three years.
MA Iv F VOIHTA.X RET CR XS.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
Walhalla, S. C.. Hoc. 19. 1921.
The Auditor's Olino will be open
to receive Returns of Real and Per
sonal Property for taxation from the
1st day of january, 1022, to the 20th
day of February, 1021, inclusive.
The real estate, lots and buildings
are to be returned this year. Tax
payers will be careful to list exactly
the number of acres, number of lots
and number of buildings on their re
turns, as tho assessment made no v
will stand for the next four years.
The Township Assessors are required
hy law to list all those who fail to
mako their returns within the time
required by law. Hence the difficulty
of delinquents escaping the 50 per
cent penalty, ns well as the frequen
cy of errors resulting from this prac
tice. Hy all means make your own
returns, and thereby save expense
and confusion.
All able-bodied men from 2 1 to 60
years of ago are taxable polls.
For tho convenience of tax-payers
the Auditor or his Deputies will re
ceive returns at the following times
and places:
.la ll uar y Sd .-Madison
.la n ita ry Ith.Tabor
January f>th .south Union
January (Rh . . . . . . Fair Play
January 7ib [Carle's C?rovo
January 9th.Oakway
January 19th .Tokeenn
January I lib .Providence
January 12th ... .Friendship
January 13th .lordania
January Killi.Richland
.la II na ry I Tl h .Newry
January 1 st li clemson Collego
January I9lh. Adams' Crossing
.launary 20th .High Falls
January 2 1st.Salem
January 23tl.Little River
January 2 Ith .Ta tn assoc
January 2."?Ui ..Mountain Rest
Ja ll lin ry 2 fi I ll.Whetstone
January 27th .Long Cree';
Jantinrv 28th. Tugaloo Academe
Jan. 39th and :*. ist.Seneca
Fob, 1st ami ?< \. . ..Westminster
Kel urns will bo taken at all places
from 10 o'cloelt In Ibo morning until
2 o'clock in the afternoon unless oth
erwise noted.
l?ALIMI \I BIKE.
Auditor. Dronee County, S. C.
1 ?ec. 21. 1921. R l-!x
NOTICE OF FIXA Ti SETTLEMENT
AND DISCI IA BO E.
Notice en that the un
dersigned application to
V. P, Ma of Probate for
Oconoe C 1 Slate of Smith
Carolina, . ?o at Walhalla
Court Ho tesday. the 18th
day of J? : 2, at ll o'clock
in ibo forenoon, or as soon there
if tor as ?aid application can be
bi ird, ior leave to ma'co final settle
nont o? the Estate of U. It. D. Burns,
. nd, and obtain Final Settle
I1 is Administrator of said Es*
UtO. C. W. WICKLIFFE,
Administrator of the Kstato of C. R.
I). Burns, Deceased.
Doc. 21, 1921. 51-2
NOTICE TO TUES I' V SSE US.
All persons aro hereby notified not
to trespass upon any lands belonging
to or under the control of tho under
signed. This notice specifically pro
hibits hunting or any entry upon the
said lands for any purpose whatso
ever without first having received
written permission from party whose
land ls entered. Full penalty of the
law will be Invoked against any ono
disregarding this notice.
W. W. FOWLER,
W. B. T. LOON MY.
J. L. SLATER,
H. M. ll ARKINS,
MUS. E. A. ALLISON.
.MTtS. M. J. GALLOWAY,
M. J. COWAN,
MRS. PEARL DOVER,
MISS VICTORIA OREEN,
IS. M. DOVER,
J. P. VAUGHN,
JAMES CANTRELL,
MRS. A. M. Med I LL,
WILL ANDERSON,
S. ll. ORR,
J. A. LIPSCOMB,
J. B TRA M EL.
O. F. CANTRELL,
MRS. T. Y. CHALMERS.
MRS. EVA TODD,
J. C. RANKIN.
.1. P. VOLRATII,
W. F. ORR.
LEWIS VOLRATII.
J. E. (JRANT,
J. T. LAY.
MRS. M. 15. LAY,
W L. MILLER.
MRS. A. J. HUBBARD,
C. S. CHALMERS,
OTTO KAT F.MANN.
T. B. BA DES,
J. R. EARLE.
.1. F. DAVIS.
T. G. WINCHESTER,
W. C. BURNSIDE,
J. H. GREEN.
A M. LOCOER M ILK.
MRS. M. E. DAVIS.
MRS. M. J. McCAREY,
.1. K. WINCHESTER.
W. J. HUNT,
I iA W R E NOE ALEXA N D E R.
Dec. 21. 1!>2 1. ? 1-2*
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
(In Court of Common Pleas.)
Nathaniel Williams, John A. Wtl
Pettigrew, Mose
A obi . Henry SS IUI my, [Ju'.u .
Max wei I ,Tecor a Maxwell and Marv
Mn.v.vi! Plain il fi*, I
against j
J. D nix, (-...a.-"ir. Ha rr bani and via-.
mic wi oh i>ofehdani.!>,
(Su in in? n? for Relit I t . mpUiin
Served.)
To the Defendants Above Named:
You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho complaint In
this action, uf which a copy ls here
with served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said
Complaint on the subscribers, at their
olllce on the Public Square, at Wal
halla Court House, South Carolina,
within twenty days after tho service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and If you fall to answer
Hie complaint within tho time afore
said, the Plaintiffs in this action will
apply to tho Court for the relief de
manded In tho Complaint.
Dated this 16th day of December,
1021. ?W. J. SCHRODER,
C. C. P.
S HELOR & HUGHS.
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
To the Defendant, Manilo Nelson:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: That
you aro hereby required to make ap
plication within twenty days after
the service of tho above Summons
upon you. exclusivo of the day of
such service, for the appointment of
a Guardian Ad Ll tem to appear and
represent you in said action; and if
you do not make application within
tho time prescribed. Plaintiffs will
apply for the appointment of one for
you.
December lfith. 1921.
SHELOR & HUGHS,
'Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
Dec. 2 1, 1021. "r. l-l
Master's Sales
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF OCONEE.
In Court, of Common Pleas.
'Pursuant lo decrees of the afore
said Court, in thc cases named below,
I will offer for sale, to tho highest
bidder in front of thc Court lions?
door, at '.Valhalla, South Carolina, on
MONDAY, tho 2d day of January,
1022, between tho legal hours .->{
sale, Ino tracts of land below de
scribed :
Bank of Walhalla, a Corporation
created by ami existing under and
by virtue of the Laws of the Stale
of South Carolina, Plaintiff,
against
lol .. Cartel ?uni Jesse S Carter and
American Wholesale Corporation,
(Ballimore Bargain House,) a cor
poration cn,re(| by and existing
under the Laws of the Stale of
Maryland. Defendants.
LOT NO. 1 All thal certain pioco,
parcel or lot of land, situate, lying
and hoing in tho Town of Westmin
ster, of tho Coumy of OCOIIOO, Stale
of South Carolinn, fronting on Main
sire t at) fool and mun lg hack I .">S
feet, .samo being In form a parallelo
gram, and on which is sit?alo tho
large two-story brick storehouse once
occupied by J. & J. s. Carter in
their merchandise business, and be
ing tho samo lot. of land conveyod to
tho Carter Morcliandiso Company by
Mrs. M. J. Carter by dood bearing
dato January 25, 1 SOT?, and recorded
In Clerk's Office, Oconoo County,
J
Just in Time
For the Holidays.
We have just received a shipment of Pure White
Table, and shipment of Johnson's White and Gold
Band Porcelain. Both patterns are very attractive
and popular-the prices less than we have been
able to offer since war times came on.
COMMUNITY SILVER WAREr VARYING
SETS-TURKEY ROASTERS.
Call and see what we have.
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and
Prosperous New Year, we are.
Ballenger Hardware Co.,
Seneca, S. C.
Winter Time ls Here.
JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF
Stoves and Heaters
SUITABLE FOR
YOUR HONE, OFFICE, SCHOOL OR CHURCH.
SEE US NOW. jzrjsr\
Whitmire=Marett Hdtv Co.,
-HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
WESTMINSTER, S. C. WALHALLA, S. C.
Farming Under Boll Weevil
r
<>n<?itions.
Tho Woxlcan ii<?!? .!.''.? v.. li v.
Invaded Comity aili! . . cs Ut li
li IIM*I homo lor hlmnoH ?>n aonrl.i
ovory favm,where, .1 not tiu>v?ov
ho will iMuss tlio winter safely, ami
will be rowly early next spring to
multiply and destroy all tho young
cotton squares as fast ns they are
grown. If wo maintain our credit
and present prosperity, conditions
demand that M e change our present
farming methods at once.
A careful study of tho habits of
tho Boll Weevil wdll show that he
mows oneo n yr-?.-, and that is in
August. Now, If wo will clean np
our fields early this fall by chop
ping and turning under all cotton
si allis and burning off all terraces,
ditch hanks and other places where
tho Weevil has hibernntel for tho
winter, wo can kill tho Weer!!? ont
and leave our fields free from the
por farming molJi ?><!.??, .1 good rio?*?^.v
u? ?^i'owc boll? ( at? be P?^M?UCOU
b?Mv,?-.< ne Weevil cojTon?n?>c?? hi*
nulluni movement, iii August,.
As a safo program for farming
juext year to combat tho Weevil wo
would suggest 20 acres to tho
plow, planted as follows:
Six ncms to cotton, foUowed by
.small grain in tho fall.
Six acres to corn, with velvet
benns and peas planted in corn.
Six acres to small grain-two
acres each to wheat, oata and rye.
Two acres to truck crops, con?
sisting of Irish potatoes, syrup
cone, sweet potatoes, melons and
beans.
Prepare Hie ground Well, plant
early, using an early-maturing va
riety of cotton; fertilizo liberally
and cult?vate intensively.
Bank of Walhalla. Enterprise Bank.
Walhalla, S?G Walhalla, S.JC i
The Bank of West Union*
West Union, S. C.
South Carolina, on February 22,
1805, in Book R, pago 455.
SECOND-?Farm of John Cartor.
AU that certain piece, parcel or tract!
of land, situate, lying and being in I
ibo County of Oconoo, State of South j
Carolina, near tho Town of West
m i ns ter, on the northeast side of the'
public road loading frorn Wcstmin-1
ster to Oakway, adjoining lands of:
C H. Miller, J O. 13. Haley and oth
ors, containing nineteen (19) acres,
moro or loss, (less two and ono-flfih
(2 1-5) acres which has been releas
ed from the Hen of this mortgago),
and tho samo tract of land convoyed
to J. S. Carter by W. F. Furgorson
by deed dated Doc. 12, 1011, re-;
corded in Clerk's omeo, Oconoo
County, on February 12, 1912, Inj
Hook CT. pago ST, and being tho
same tract of land conveyed to John j
Cartor by Jesse S. ('arter by dcod j
dated tho 5th day of July, 1915,and;
recorded in Clerk's OfRco, Oconoo
County, South Carolina, in Deel
Hook Ul', page ?MS, on tho 5th day
of July, I9ir>.
TERMS OF 0 A Ii G One-third cash
on day of sale, and balance in two
equal annual installments, with leave
to the purchaser, fir purchasers, to
anticipate payment of all or any por
tion ol" lite credit part, at option;
tho credil portion to boar Interes!
from the day of sale at tho rate of
eight per cent per annum and he
secured by bond ot' the purchaser, or
purchasers, and mortgage of th.,
premises; I hat tho purchaser, or pur
chasers, he required lo insure the
buildings on the said premises -it
three-fourths of their value, and as
sign the policy or policies of Insur
ance io the Master, and In Hie event
of tho purchaser, or purchasers, fail
ing or refusing to so insure (lie build
ings as above directed, Ibo Mastor
may do tho same and collect the pre
mium as part of tho judgment of
tho Plaintiff heroin, but for tho ben
efit of bo'.h Plaintiff ?md Dofendant,
American Wholesale Corporation,
(Baltimbre Bargain House); that in
event of failure of the purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with the terms,
of sale within five days from day ot
salo, the Master do re-advertlse and
re-scll said premises on the follow
er Saiosday, or come convenient
Salesday thereafter, at the same
place and on the same terms as here
tofore sot out, at tho risk of the for
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
that ho do continue so to do until
ho shall have round a purchaser, 01
purchasers, who comply with the
terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay extra for papors,
stamp and recording mortgage.
The above property sold at the risk
of former purchaser.
Master for Oconoe County, a. C.
CITATION NOTICE.
Tho State of South Carolina, COUP
ty of Oconco,- lin Court of Probate;
-l?y V. P. MARTIN, Esq., Probat
Judge. Whereas, lt. T. Burton has
made suit to ino lo grant him Lo'
PM-S of Administration of tho Estate
of and K ff CC ts of Mrs. Susan A. niel
sun Deceased
The.se are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kl
died and creditors of tho said Mr?<
Susan A.Dickson. Deceased, that tiniy
ho and appear before mo, In tito
Court of Probato, to ho hold nt Wal
halla Court Ilouso, South Carolina,
on Wednesday, tho 28th day of De
cember, 1921, after publication here
of, al I I o'clock in tho forenoon, tp
show cause, if any ihoy hove, wny
tho said Administration should hot
bo granted.
Qlven under my hand and soal thia
13th day of Decomber, A. D. 1921.
Judge of Probate for Oconco Co., S.C
Published on tho 14th and 2Ui
days of December, 1921, in Tho Koo
woo Courier, and on tho Court Hon <e
door for tho timo prescribed by lav,'.
Dec. 14, 1921. 50-51
W. O. WHITE,
V. P. MARTIN,

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