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with sincere appreciation
throughout the past 25 year
endeavor to continue to s?r\
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(?IN NOTICIO.-I will -vin Thill s
day. Jan. .Mli, 1922, for tho last day
of this season. C. K. OW MN'S.
.MO WE lt AND HA H K for salo al a
bargain. W. o. WHITE, Walhalla, s.
FOR KALK-Corn in I Ito shuck at
markot price. H. I). RIEMANN, Wal
halla. S. C. 46-tf _
MONFV TU I.OAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. io. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C. 26-tf
NOTICIO.-Tho Keoweo Courier is
in position in handle subscriptions
lo all the loiiiliitK periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business.
FRUIT THICKS of vorioits ages.
Any one wishing Good Trees seo mo
lil once. s. J. ISRIOLL, Walhalla, S.
MEAL AND HULLS.-Will have a
car of Cotton Seed Hulls and Meal
for sale at depot Friday and Satur
day. Prices O'. IC. R. D. OKLKIORS,
Wallialla. S. C. 52?
I<X)It SA LE -- IIouso and Lot in
town of Walhalla, ct: northeast cor
ner of Collego and Ervin streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains ono aero. For
particulars soo \V. C. HUGHS. 44-tf
WANTED - LOAN. - $2.000.00.
secured by mortgage on farm within
five minutes' walk of Court House,
Walhalla, S. C. Apply at COURIER
OFFICIO for particulars. 49-53
FOR SALE-.Olio Horse, four
Mules, two Onoltorso Wagons, on?
Two-horse Wagon, two Aulomohllo).
For cash or on easy terms. T. 10.
ALEXANDER, Wallialla, S. C :i.?-1f
IA >ST-Two five-gallon OH Cans,
between llurnt Tanyard and Green's
Store, Salem. Uotui'ii to GRKION'S
STORM, I SSA QC KN A FILLING STA
TION or WEST I NION OIL MILL,
and gel reward. 49-li
w A N T IO ii - sou.nun pounds of
Reef Hilles, i ;.lso wan: Chickens.
<!ei 111 >? prices before you sell. See
me. TII10 DOWN-TOWN CHICKEN
AND HIDE KING. Main street. I y
Old Hotel, Walhalla. S. C BROWN
LOW OKLKIORS. -.J
CLERKS, for Postal Mail and Gov
ernment Field Service. $125 month.
Kxperience unnecessary. For free
particulars of examinations, instruc
tion, write J. LKONARO, I former
Civil Service lOxaiiilnor,) .".l i K<iuita
ble Rldg., Washington, D. C. 52'
WU RIO IS MY IKK J?-Oil Dec -.'n
a negro driving a gray mule got my
Dog. a black and yellow tan hound,
about ten months old. female; an
swers to the name of '.Fannie." Ne
gro was traveling in the direction of
Walhalla. Viiy Information will ho
rewarded. .1 C. HOGGS, Westmin
ster, s. C.. Route .">, near Concross
Church. ;.2 ?
MA KETTS IMPROVED WA N NA
MA KKK CLEVELAND HI? BOLL
Cotton Seed, grown and improved 111
Deon Ce County. Special attention to
earliness. No top crop picked. Gln
iiod on private gin. for maximum
purity, our farms made $11,322.00,
net. this year, counting the seed al
ordinary prices, or 3D per cent on
om- investment. Soo us al once ?:'
you would Uko to hay any of our
Seed. MARETT FARM AND SEED
Ci ? . Westminster, s. C. I!?-1
M'. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauhlin Street. Walhalla, S. c.
SERVICIOS ON THE I'OIHTII SUN
DAY OF IO A CH .MONTI I.
Sacrament of Penance.. . .9 !!ii a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend 'Thomas J. Mnckln,
P, O. ilox S2, Anderson, S. C.
.?- LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 4*
*I* *i* *!* *! * *I* *!* *?* "I* *I* . I* * I* .?J* *\* * I* *!* *I* *l* "I* *!**
We have plenty of those good
lOnterprlse sausage mills, j. ii. Al
ley, West Pnion, s. c. adv.-19-52,
'There will be services at St.
John's lOplscopal (burch on Sunday
next, Jan. Isl, at T.I'.O p. in. 'Tho pub
lic is cordially invited to attend.
Tho Norton Chapter. P. 1). C..
will meet with Mrs. J. W. Hell on
Monday, Jan. 2d, at :! p, m. All
members are urned to be present.
-lt will pay you to buy your flour
at J. ll. Alley's. We keep all kinds -
and we are selling tho best patent at
$7.*.0 barrel. J. H. Alley, West Cu
l?n, S. C. adv.-49-52.
?av- . "> > r
atrons, J* Old and Young
of your literal patronage
s which wc are ending, We
re you in the future as in the
nd Prosperous New Year,
3oods Store and
-For Sale-High class hard and
I soft brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla,
- Edwin I highs, of Toccoa, (?a.,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
?M. T. Hughs, and among other rela
tives and friends here for a few days.
- Bicppo Biomann, of Bock Hill,
ls spending ? few days with his sis
I ter. Mrs. W. C. Hughs, and among
j other relativos and friends in Wal
.William Boll and Derril' Darby
left last Sunday for Ozark. Ark.,
whore tho former will be married to
day at l o'clock. Mr. Darby will aol
i as liest man at the wedding,
j -The host assortment of good
'shoos to be bad in the county arc on
tl (splay at .1. II. Alley's West in ion.
s. C. - adv.-?l?-52.
Kobi. H. Bogers, of Bort Gibson,
Miss., is spending the holidays here
will? bis mother. Mrs. lt. H. Kogcr?,
and among relatives and friends. He
is holding the position of instructor
in English and military tactics at the
Chamberlain-Hunt Military Academy
at Pori (?ibsen.
-Remember thal the penalty will
be added to all taxes unpaid after
next Saturday. Dec. :5 1st. Pay before
the penalty is added. Most people
who have spoken in regard to their
taxes this year have intimated that
they vere high enough without the
addition of a penally.
-The Du theran church was well
tilled at tho Christmas services and
tree last Monday night. The chil
dren's chorus was very much enjoyed
and every member of the school te
ceived a Christmas package. The
pastor* received two very handsome
presents--ono from the men's Bible
class and the other from tho congre
The Luther League will have a
pageant at the church Friday nigitt
at 7.'!ii o'clock. Considerable prepara
lion bas been made for this interest
ing feature and ?ut instructive pro
! gram will bo carried out in connec
tion with it. The Luther League ls
one of tho strongest church societies
hore and is art ive at all times in the
prosecution of church activities.
. To break a cold take r,r,i?.-adv
Kev. Father Mackin requests us
lo make the following announcement I
of special services ai St.Francis Cath
olic church: Thursday morning. Dec.
2 it I tl Sacrament of penance, start
ing at 9.15 a m., continuing until
ten minutes before IO o'clock. The
Holy EucharistvWill be begun at lt?
o'clock sharp. ??Christmas offerings
and offerings to offset the church
deficit will be expected to be brough*,
in at the above services.
Rub-My-Tism, a pain killer.--ad
We have many subscriptions
on our books that will expire .lan. 1,
1022. Remember thal your name
will 'be left on the list for only two
weeks after expiration of your sub-j
scription. Your expiration date will
be found opposite, your name. If it
is "l.lnn22" your subscription will
expire on Jan. 1st. \W22. and unless
renewal is sent in. your mutin will
come Off the list immediately after
you receive your paper of date Jan.
I Otb. We do not carry subscription
accounts on our books. Subscriptions
are on a strictly ensh-in-advance ba
sis. John D. Rockefeller couldn't get
a year's subscription from us on
All kinds of feedstuffs for man
and beast. .,. ll. Alley, West Inion.
S. C. adv - I?-?2.
-The ninny friends of Mrs. Jane
Sanders will regret to bear of bei
de;.tl:, which occurred at the home
of ?ter daughter, Mrs. j. whit cr mt,
of Walhalla, at an early hour Tues
day, the 27th. Mrs. Sanders was ill
only a short time beforo death rame.
The members of her family were
awakenod by her heavy brenthin-x,
and shortly after reaching her side
tho cad came. She is survived by
four children, who are Mrs. J. W.
('.rant, o? Walhalla; Mrs. Childers, ? f
Greenville; Mrs:. Wigglngham, of
Birmingham. Ala., and Mrs. Barker,
of Salem. The funeral services will
be held this (Wednesday) afternoon.
The fcourler Joins with other friends
of the family in extending sympathy
to them ia their hour of sorrow.
-Coo cures malarial fever.-adv.
? - ! M i.fe
-66$ cures bilious fever.-adv.
-Miss Anna Probst left Monday
for Columbia, where she will spond
several days visiting friends.
-M ins Ruth Brown, of Bat?sburK.1
is spending Ufe" holidays wifth her
parents, Mr. und Mrs. \V. M. Brown.
W. M. Poole, of Greenville, spent !
the past week-end in Walhall? as the j
guest of Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. Brown ;
-Miss Pauline Steck, of Bath, S. j
C., IS spending tho holidays,with her!
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
-.Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Corn, of John
ston, aro visiting at the home of Mrs.
Corn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
---Miss Julia Watson and brothers.
Cary and Bill, left Friday last foi a
week's visit with relatives tn Geor
-The Clemson boys from Wal
halla are at home in full force, en
Joying the holidays with homefolks
-F. B. Watson and little daugh
ter Frances loft last Friday to spond
Chrisbmas with relatives and friends
in Anderson and Greenville.
- Miss Shirley, of LU Vpn ia, (?a..
Wits tho guest of Miss Florence I let
rick for a few days last week,,ret urn
ing to her home Monday afterno m.
--To prevent a cold lake 666.-ad
Miss Marion I lot rick, of G reen
vido, is spending the holidays with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. ! let
rick, and among her many friends.
.Miss Clara Belle Burley, who is
a student of Anderson College, is at
home for the holidays, visitin?; hei
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Burley.
- Miss Margaret Wickliffe, of An
derson College, is at home for the
vacation period "with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs J. W. Wickliffe, of West
- Miss Celeste Wickliffe, of Lime
stone College, ls at home with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wick
liffe, of West Union, for the holi
-666 quickly relieves a cold.-ad
-There will be service^ at the Sev
enth Day Adventist's church, West
Union, next Sunday night, Jan., 1st,
at 7 o'clock. Subject: "Whai ls Pres
ent Truth?" Cordial welcome *0 all.
-Among the Winthrop girls who
are spending the Christmas-New Year
holidays with homefolks and among
relatives and friendsAasjJ >, Misses
Edith and Frances Carter, Caro
Probst, Eunice White. Carolyn Ansel
and Frances Kaufmann.
- 666 cures chills and fever.-aov
- Misses Jonie Harrison, of Green
ville, and Carrie Darby Harrison.who
is a member of tho Oakway Graded
School faculty, are spending the va
cation period with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Harrison, and among
their many Walhalla friends.
Wallace Reid, in "The Charta
School." one of his latest and best
pictures, will bo the attraction at
Tho Star Theatre Thursday, (to
morrow) night. If you w^sh to
see Wallace at his very best, see
The Charin School. It's a Para
--Married, at *.he residence of the
bride's father, William Leo, near
Earle's Grove, on Dec. 19th, Miss
Rosa Belle Lee and Messe Puckett.
Kev. W. T. McAlister was the offi
ciating minister. There ure many
friends of the young couple who will
join with us in extending every good
wish to them.
Rub-My-Tism for rheumatism.-ad
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?fr IN MEMORIAM. ?fr
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Elisha P. I,olden.
In loving memory of our dear bro
ther, Elisha P. Holden, who died ott
Nov. 23d, 1021, aged 32 years.
Dearest brother. Miou art gone, bul
not forgotten --
i Xever shall his memory fade;
! Sweetest thoughts shall evor linger
'Bound tho grave when? he is laid.
; Dearest idol of my heart,
I Wc shall meet beyond the river,where
we nevermore shall part.
lt was hard for us to part,
And so sad to see him die,
But we nil hope to meet him again
Some sweet day. Uyn and bye.
So farewell, dear brother;
Sweet thy rest will ever be;
When we pass beyond the border
, We your happy face shall see.
?Farewell! till in that happy land,
i Where gladsome hearts aro gather
We meet and clasp thee by the hand,
And press a kiss upon thy brow.
. (adv*) Mi W.
j Confederate Vots. to .Meet Jan. ii.
All Con federate veterans of Oco
nco County are called to moot at tho
Court House on. Monday, the 2d of
.I.inuary, 1922,$for tho purpose of
electing tho Pension Board for 1922.
W. T. McGill, Chairman,
Coonee County Pension Board.
,/,^.?M NH WH NOTES OF SENECA, j
Pleasures foi- Younpf* Folks Homo
from Co?l?ge>---4J?li?r Itoms.
_.m . 1
Seneca, Dec 27.-Special: Mrs. T.
L. Stribling visited relatives in Due
WOBI during Christmas.
Mrs .Ralph Rainseur will bo h
loss to tho Onee-a^Voek Club Thin
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Presbyterian church will hold the
first mooting of tho new year next
Wednesday, afternoon In the church.
An enjoyable morning party of tho
past week was given Thursday morn
ing, when Miss Nell Hines entertain
ed about one dozen friends at a card
party. Mrs. L. W. Wyly, making tho
highest score, was awarded the prise.
Carr:; wero laid aside for a timo
while a pleasant hour was given over
to conversation around the lunch
table while a chicken salad course,
was served. Those who attended the
party were Mesdaftnea Ralph Rain
seur, Cordon Carson, R. I). Neill, L.
D. Wyly, Richardson, and Misses
Louise Dendy and Rebecca Todd.
Mrs. L. I). Wyly was hostess Sat
urday afternoon, when she entertain
ed in honor of ber friend, Mrs. l-\ H.
Adams, of Columbia. After the arri
val of the guests they were asked to
Write their favorite recipe for a
Christmas dinner, which were com
piled between hand-painted covers,
representing a red christmas i>"U
This was presented to tho honoree.
Miss Louise Dendy gave sever.?' hu
morous readings, which wet ? thor
oughly enjoyed. A salad course, toi
lowed by minis, was served.
Malcom Dickson, son of Air. md
Mrs. W. Pat Dickson, from ne; r
Seneca, made a brief visit to Seneca
during the holidays, which he is
spending with his homefolks. Mal
com has numerous friends in Seneca
who always give him a hearty hand
clasp when he visits here. He is one
of Oconee's most promising young
men. He entered the Theological
Seminary in Columbia in the fal',
preparatory to entering the ministry
of the Presbyterian church.
The past week has 'been unusually
full of social activities, and from all
indications there will be no cessation
in tlie social life during tho remain
der of the Christmas holidays, while
the college girls and boys are home.
There have been a mimbre of atten
tions shown them.
A pleasant social affair the^e&rly
part of the week was given Monday
afternoon, with Miss Typhiime Bulk
gess as the gracious hostess. About
one round dozen of her closest
friends spent a most delightful time
together. After they assembled a
clever contest was entered. When
time was called Miss Louise Dendy
stood first in having made the mos!
words out of "Merry Christmas." A
miniature Christmas tree was then
brought in and placed on the table,
and there was renewed merriment
and laughter when each guest was
presented with a horn, which they
tested as to who could produce thc
most music <?). Rlack fruit cake,
chocolate and nuts were served. Miss
Burgess was assis! ed ?n serving by
her mother, Mrs. J.H. Burgess.
The high school girls and boys are
enjoying the holiday season to the
fullest extent. The Parent-Tea ..tier
Association have undertaken to look
after their pleasure, and there will
he given a series of parties for them
in the homes of members, and by
grades. We have been Informed that
Mrs. P. s. Ilolleman and Mrs. Ben
Harper each entertained a grade on
Monday night. Mrs. 1-]. C. Doyle will
see that another gnuie will lia ve a
good time Tuesday night, while Mrs.
C. M. Bowen and Mrs. L. C. Carrion
will entertain Wednesday and Thurs
day nights, respectively, and Mrs. J.
.1. Cromer will bring Hie serios of
Christ nias parties for Hie larger
school pttpils to a close with a pi.ty
The Baptist Sunday school observ
ed Christmas day with a beautiful
and appropriate program Sunday
morning in tho church. At the even
ing hour for worship tho ?Presbyter
ian Sunday school rendered their
Christmas program, which was car
ried ont almost altogether by the
children's division of the Sunday
school. An impressive feature of tho
program wa? a pageant, "The Day's
Come." which was most creditably
presented by <;. ty*. Hlgnlllhtl, Misses
Leola Hines. Prances ilolleman and
Lillian Meyers, 'ph? programs and
music at both (bundies wero appro
priate and mos', delightful. Special
mention should bo made, however,
i of the exceptionally splondtd music at
I the Presbyterian church, and lt was
heard by an appreciative audience.
The churches were filled to capacity
on both occasions.
Miss Typha ino Burgess Will leave
to-day (Wednesday) for Maryland,
where she has accepted tho res^insi
. bio position of dietician for the hos
j pital. Miss Burgess is well qualified
i lo fill thc position, having graduated
j in June from Winthrop, specializing
on dietetics and taking tupost grad
j ? i ? '
'?rn rfVf-l m
Holiday Season ?
wc like to think of our cus
tomers as our friends-we
like to feel that in a broad
sense our customers are our
partners - that our success
is but the reflection of theirs.
And so, on the eve of a
New Year, we extend to you
our hearty good wishes, with
the sincere hope that the
coming; year will bring to
I you greater prosperity and
I happiness that ever before,
^ Yours sincerely, ^
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
LOCAL .'EWS I HOM FA Ut I'LAV.
Charming Entertainment for Young
Bride-Visitors lloro and TllOro.
(Fair Play, Dec. 24. - Special:;
Quite a number of Hie ladies of our I
town enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. J
C. P. Glenn on Wednesday afternoon, '
'Dec. 21st, frdm 3 to "> o'clock, when
sho entertained with a linen shower
in honor of Mrs. Purcell Bruce, a
recent bride, who was before mar
riage Miss Inez Richardson. Misses
Mario dubbs and Elise Richardson
were In the receiving line, inviting
the guests Into tho lovely parlors,
which were beautiful in Christmas
decorations,, ferns and cut Howers.
After: the guests had all been seated
a very Interesting trousseau ?onte*fc
was engaged iii, the lucky winners of
the prize for answerliig\'tll questions
In the contest being Mrs. T. U. Mitch
ell and Miss Sue Perkins, who were
presented 't nice pair of towels. Tho
booby, a toy drum, fell to Mrs. Fred
Crabbs and Mrs. W. L. Dowis. Misses
Mario 0 ru bbs and darkie Link
played beautiful piano selections
throughout the afternoon, which add
ed much to the enjoyment of the oc
casion. While all were busy giving
the young bride advice, in came little
Misses lone Cleon and Eva .Noll
Dowis, bear'ng a holly tree burdened
with many beautiful aa well as use
ful gifts, these being presented the
fair bride, and were opened by her
and admired by all present, much
lovely handiwork being displayed.
After each one had admired the dain
ty gifts Ibo charming hostess, as
sisted by Mrs. S. L. EoaIbers, served
a delicious tweet course. Those pres
ent were Mesdames Maggie Richard
son. Ton Bruce, L. M. Glymph, M.
G. Glymph, Allen Glymph, J. S.
(.lymph, W. H. Dowls, S. L. Leath
ers, M. E. Harris, D. V. Wright, Lucy
C. King, T. U. Mitchell. B. F. Grubbrt,
Fred Grubbs. T. A. Durham, and
Misses Marie Grubbs, Eliso Richard
son, Rue Perkins, darkie Link. All
felt reluctant In bidding adieu, Mrs.
Glenn being an ideal hostess, and
the af torn ooo was thoroughly enjoy
ed by all.
\Ve are glad to learn that little
Francis Sheldon, the daughter of
Mr a.nd Mrs. J, L. Sheldon, is Im
proving, after a serious attack of
Miss Lil Thompson ls spending the
holidays with ber sister in Selma,
The faculty of tho high school here
have loft for their respective homes
lo spend the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meares cele
brated their first Mjedding anniver
sary on Sunday, Dec. 18th. Tho day
was enjoyed by quite (1 number of
friends and relativos.
A humber of our young people are
at home for the holidays-Misses
IBessio Glenn and Christ Ino O'Neal,
Westminster High School; Joe Strib
Hng, Westminster High School; HOM,
Wooten, Clemson Collogo, and Miss
Lucile King, Winthrop College.
The Mosque of Omar covers thirty
nato course from Johns Hopkins in
the fall. The best wishes of a host
of friends attend Miss Burgess in lier
NOTICIO OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION
NOTICE is hereby given lhat an
Election will bo held at the Grand
.Jury Rooln, in the Town of Wal
halla, S. C., for the purpose of elect
ing a Mayor and Six Aldermen, lo
serve for a term of two years. Said
Election will be held on TUESDAY,
the third day of JANUARY, 1922.
Qualifications: Electors must be
registered and present proof of hav
ing paid all taxes for 1921.
Polls will open at 8 o'clock A. M.
and close at t o'clock P. M.
Managers of Election: M. R. Mc
Donald, W. O. White and W. J. Hunt. ;"?
W. M. BROWN, Mayor
T. A. GRANT, Clerk and Treas.
Dec. 14, 1921. ' 50-52
FOR MAYOR. ?8
The many friends of JAMES My ';?
MOSS hereby announce him ns/,* .
.<tfrdYd^J&E_M^ : >,
the January, T922, eleelt?tf.T W?Nw&?8t0W
8poctfully commend to the voters of
Walhalla Mr. Moss's qualiflcntlons
and fitness for the office to which we
hope to see him elected. Votera,
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Mayor of Walhalla, subject, to
Ute will of the voters in tho January
Election. H. 0. KUSCH.
The many friends of Miss Addie
Tatham announce her a candidato for
Mayor of the Town of Walhalla in
the coming election to he held on
Jan. 3, 1922, and heartily recom
mend her for the ollice. VOTERS.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Mayor of the Town of Wal
halla in the coming election, Jan. 3,
11)22, subject t? the will of the quali
fied voters. V. T. GILLESPIE.
TRUSTEE'S HA LIO OF REAL
State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee. '?
By direction of the Court of Com
mon Pleas, In tho caso of Mrs. Mary
M. Holler and others. Plaintiffs,
against J. K. Mellor and others. De
fendants, 1 will offer for sale, to tho
highest bidder, on MONDAY, tho 2d
day of JANUARY, 1922, the follow
ing described real estate:
All that piece, parcel or tract of
land, containing oighty-two acres,
moro or loss, situate, lying and ho
ing on Holly Branch, waters of Choe
stoo Creek, of Tugiftyo River, in Cen
ter Township, Oconee County, South
Carolina, adjoining lands of L. L.
Jarrard, R. H. Land, and hinds for
merly of J. K. Heller and Mrs. W. H.
Colo, this being tho samo tract of
land convoyed to Mrs. Mary M. Hioler
hy J. P. Reese hy his deed dated Oct.
15, 1D09. recorded 111 Deed Book
KK.pago l il, less 5 1-6 acres hereto
fore sold to Mrs. M. Emma Sony.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash
and balance in th roo equal annual
payments, with 8 per cent Interest
from Jan. 1, l?C32, secured by bond
and mortgage of tho premises, which
note shall pr?vido for ton per cent,
as ft M or ney fee in case the note shall
bo placed with an attorney for col
lection, or collectod through Court.
J. R. EARLE,
Trustee for Mary M. Heller.
Dec. 14, 192 1. 50-52
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indobtod to tho Estate
of (Miarles Linsteadt, Docoasod, aro
heroby notified to moko payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will prosent the samo, duly attested,
within tho time proscribed by law,
or bo ba/rod.
W. T. HUBBARD,
Administrator of tho Estate of Chas.
Dec. 28, 1921. 52-3