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DRUGS,
MEDICINES.
The People'
HAROLD BRENNECKE.
You Are A Strang*
All Prescriptions accurately i
Try Our Drin
???fa and oan
All the Pop
STATIONERY,
L OI LET ARTICLES.
ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
tbls heading Inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Four insertions for price of
throe.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for lies than
t? cents, ono insertion.)
WANTED-A Throe-Gallon Cow.
YV. (>. WHITE, Walhalla, S.C. i6?
WANTED-To buy a good Work
Horse. Communicate with E. L. Du
PRE, Walhalla, S. C., Star Rt. 17*
IM.I'l s f Y < M-- PORTO RICA Potato
Slips Friday of each week nt S. D.
ADDIS'S. Wesl Union, S. C.ll?-lU*
MONEY 'io LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands, lt. LO. BRUCE. Pick
ens, S. C. 26-tf
FOR SALE-Soy Heans. Red Kip
per peas and Orango Sorghum s? ed.
Will deliver in Walhalla. Mrs. W. B.
SCUM1D, Walhalla, S. C., Kt. L 17
FOR RENT-7-Room House, Barn I
and Garage. Electric lights. Maul
din St., Walhalla. Apply to .1. L.
MOSER, Walhalla, Rt. 1. Iti ti
FOR TUE SUMMER 1 would like
to have your Surveying Work to do.
All work accurately done. HARRY
EARLE, Walhalla, S._C._1_6-J '.)__
FOR SALK-Porto Rico and Nor
ton Yam Potato Plants, $1.25 per
1000; Vines $2.00 per 1000. R. L.
SCH ENCK, Waldo. Fla. 1G-2 1 +
FOR SALK-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead of the boll wee
vil. See W. L. VER N'EU, Walhalla,
S^C._5-tf
FOR SERVICE hy any ong need
ing lt-Uood O. I. C. Stock Hog. ,i.
Bl. N. COLLINS, Walhalla. S. C., Rt.
3._ 15-18*
FOR SAIiE-One Two-Horse Car
riage, almost now, with good Har
ness and Bridles. T. M. KELLEY,
Walhalla, S. C., Route No.l. 15-1S*
NOTICE.-The Koowee Courier is
In position to handle subscriptions
to all tho leading periodicals. WJ
will appreciate your business.
FOR SALE - One-acre Lot with
Three-room Cottage, known as the
Jim Smith place. For particulars ap
ply BANK OF WEST UNION, West
Union, s. C. l C-l 9*
A MARBLE HEAD and class Eyes
can tell tho difference between an old
roast and fresh roasted Coffee. Ask
your dealer for BULLL'S FRESH
ROASTED COFFEES. llj-lij*
IMPROVED PORTO Ul CO and
Nancy Hall Potato l hints, ready by
April 10th, $1.50 for l.uOO. Cash
with order. J. R, McCLELLON,
Rockingha nt, Ca. i i -1 7 *
LOST-Wednesday, April 5th, one
Black and White HOM.ul Pup, nine
months old. Finder plcaso notify W.
L. SANDERS. Walhalla, S. C., and
receive rewa rd. 1 5-1 S*
POLAND CHINA BOAR.-Thor
oughbrcd.-Service offered to publie
For feo, particulars, etc., seo or writ?
AV. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. 2-3*
FOR SAIiE-House anil Lot in
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
nor of College and Ervin stroets. Has
six rooms; lot contains ono acre. For
particulars seo W. C. HUGHS. 4 1-if
PORTO RICO Potato Plants in any
quantity, $1.75 per 1 000, f. o. b.
Buy Oconeo grown slips and avoid
low-country potato disease. First
orders, tlrst served. S. A. TOW,Wal
halla, S. C., Route 2. 11-17*
IMPROVED PORTO RICO Potato
Plants-- ."..(?00. $7.50; 10,000, $14;
20,000, $25.00; inn,ono, $100.00.
April, May and .lune shipment. Cash
With oiab r. Satisfaction guaranteed.
S. E. HOLLIS, Baxley, Ga. ii-is*
POTATO PLANTS- Pure Porto
Rico Yams; millions ready; chemi
cally treated; government inspected;
$1.1 0 per I 000 : 1 nun up. $1.25 per
thousand. Prompt, shipment. F. E.
STOKES PLANT co., Fitzgerald, Ga.
10.-1 n*
HAM', NOW OPENED First-class
Pressing Club. Prepared to do all
kinds Cleaning and Pressing; also,
alli kinds of silks Dry Cleaned. Lo
cated on comer College and Main
sis, Walhalla, MORTON & THOMP
SON. 14-17*
WANTED-Ono or two live, reli
able men in every iowa ?ii thc coun
ties of Oconeo, Plckons and Ander
son, lo represent The North Ameri
can Accident and Health Insurance
Co. Liberal terms. Experienced men
preforrod. Apply to w. ll, HU CH IS,
Richland, S. C. 13-tt
FOR SALE - Used Cai? nt Bar
nabus-Ono 1916 Roadster, $00.00;
one 1019 Roadster, $135.00; ono
1917 Touring. $100.00; ono 19IS
Touring, $110.00; ono 19 19 Tour
ling, $150.00; ono 1920 Touring,
eolf-starter, $190.00; ono Sedan, self
tetnrtor, $390.00. PIEDMONT MO
TOR co walhalla, s. c. 7-tf
DIU <;<
SUNDRIES.
i mi io?
s Pharmacy,
TEAY HUTCHISON.
zr Here Only Once?
filled by a registered druggist.
iks from a Clean ,
litary Fountain.
ular Cigars.
LOCI
y
BLOCK'S
CANDY
I KO H SALE-Fodder at $2.00 and
$2.50 por hundred, on my Robertson
I Placo. D. H. ALEXANDER. 17?_
" WANTED_5 0 head of Yearlings
! wanted; some ready for .- laughter
and some grazers; from 250 pounds
to 500 pounds, gross. Como and fig
ure with mo. R. D. OELKKtfiS, Wal
halla, S. C._17
LET ME BUY your Chickens and
Eggs.-For this week will pay for
Hons ISc. pound; Frys 30c; Eggs,
20c. per dozen, in trade. C. H. GIL
LESPIE, next door to Ansel's Fur
niture Store, Walhalla, S. C. 17*
OKKER ONE .MILLION Porto Rico
Potato Plants, grown from treated
potatoes; immediate shipment. I'ol
lar sixty per thousand, via express.
Guarantee safe arrival. Pays lo buy
good Plants. G. J. DERRICK. Laan
. aster. S C. 17-1 S '?'
MATTRESSES.-A 50-pound All
Cotton Mattress, Creight paid ic your
station, for $0.50, or nu All-Fell 50
pound Mattress tor $10.00. Satis
faction guaranteed. WHITE SWAN
MATTRESS CO., Mox 300, Ando toll,
S. C. 1 7-2 2
DC ROC PIGS-Ready for delivery
Tuesday, April 25th, at seven weeks
Price $12.00 each. Registered stock,
(from Clemson Rod Hud T. 2d,
4S49GS, by Proud Cherry King,
S5555, First come, il rsl served. Also
bavo a few Cleveland Rig Roll Im
proved Cotton Seed left, $3.00 per
hundred. Also, a Fresh Milk Cow.
S. IL ORR, Walhalla, S. C._17
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OE EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance... .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Maekin,
Rector.
P. O. Box 8 2, Anderson, S. C.
A Mother and Daughter in
Michigan, in separate families,
want
Two Good White Girls
for General Housework.
No washing. Two children
in one family, none in the other.
A good home in town; six dol
lars a week and expenses paid
to Michigan.
Write, with references and
full particulars, to
J. C. WYLY,
BRANDON, FLORIDA.
********** *********
.J. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ?J?
******************?*i
- .los. Moss, of Clemson College,
spent the week-end with homefolks
in Walhalla.
-Mrs. Coo Har.ron, of Asheville,
X. C., is visiting nt tito home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Alex
ander.
-Hay, oats, flour, cotton seed
meal, dairy feed, etc. J, H. Alley,
West Union, S. C.-adv.-14-17.
- Miss Leona Kuhtman left last
week for Atlanta, where she will
spend a week or ten days with rel
atives.
- Miss Janie Harrison, of Oreen
ville, spent tho past week-end with
fior parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Har
rison.
---Miss Pauline Stock, of Rath, S.
C., spoin last Saturday in Walhalla
witli her lindo and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Steck.
-Until further notice we will pay
$44.00 per ton for good, dry, sound
cotton seed. Westminster Oil and
Fertilizer Co.-adv.-l 5-17.
-Dr. Glymph, the loading eye
sight specialist ol' Anderson, will bo
here again next week. Read his ad.
in another column.
- .Mrs. J. C. Perrin, who has been
spending tho pas? week willi her mo
thor. Mrs. 1 (et I io Macaulay, loft Mon
day for her home at Orangeburg.
- -William A. Hot rick returned to
Walhalla Monday from Philadelphia
and other points North, whore he had
been for tho past ten days on busi
ness.
-Wo are reu nos tod to announce
that tho Walhalla Chapter D. ?. R.
will meet with Mrs. Francis Hughs
on Tuesday next, May 2d, at 4.30 p.
ni. Members will please note change;
in hour of meeting,
-An extra good lot of used pas
senger cars and trucks, reworked
painted. The prices aro right. Tern.s
to 'suit your convenience. Arthur
Drown, Walhalla, S. C.-adv. 17-tf.
-Bx-Gov. M. F. Ansel, of Greenville,
spent, last Saturday in Walhalla visit
ing his sisters, tho Misses Ansel, andi
other relatives. He has hosts of friends ?
hero who ?tve alway:; (lol ?gilled Lu seo j
him.
--Thedlayne Circle will meet with
Mrs. .Hamilton Friday afternoon of
this week, April 28, at 3.30 o'clock. !
-t)ry goods, shoes, hats and all
kinds of notions. J. H. Alloy, West
Union, S. C. "We trade you service
for business."-adv.-14-17.
-Mrs. Goo. A. 'Harrison, of Green
ville, has boon spending somo days
in Walhalla among relatives and
friends and looking after matters of
business.
-Davo 'H. Alexander, of Toccoa,
was In Walhalla for a short while
last Monday, uAVlng boon for a brief
visit to relatives In tho upper section
of Oconee.
-Married, on April 9th, by No
tary J. D. Talley, Miss Flossie Rod
gers and Dyer Crow, both of the Sa
lem section. Tho young couple have
the best wishes of a host of friends.
-Geo. F. Moldau, who has boon
spending the winter in Charleston,
returned last week to Walhalla and
will be hero for tho summer at tho
home of his son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. und Mrs. L. B. Muller.
-We are requested to announce
that there will be a singing at the
Fairfield school house next Sunday
afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock. A
cordial invitation is extendod to
everybody to bo present.
-T. D. Shelor is laying down ma
terials for tho erection of a home
on what is known as tho Biemann
Hill property. The now homo will
bo located across Catherine street
from the home of his brother-in-law,
C. I'. Walker.
-Mrs. C. Jones, of Ta'massco, was
in Walhalla the past week-end, the
fittest of her sou and daughter-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. llayno G." Jones, i
Mrs. .Jones has a host of friends in
Walhalla, who arc always delighted'
to wolcome her among, thom.
-Married, at the home of tho offi
ciating minister, Uov. L. .M. Lyda,
in Walhalla, on Sunday. April llUh,
at 4.30 p. m., Miss liosa Sullivan and
Ault 'fribble, holli ot' Anderson coun
ty. They will lo.ate in tho Double
S,)rinj,'s section ol' Anderson county.
- Miss isabelle Macaulay, of An
derson, spent the past week-end with
her mother, Mrs. Hettie Macaulay.
Mrs. Macaulay also itad a's her guests
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Macaulay and
Whit liolleman, of Seneca, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. Townes liolleman, of An
derson.
- Miss Inez Cronshaw leC last
week for Atlanta, whore she has ac
cepted a position as hoad of the toy
department of tho John Sllvey Com
pany. Miss Cronshaw has many
friends here who will wish her much
success in her new home and new
position.
-The ladies of the Baptist Aid
Society will have a cake sale, con
sitting of angel food, devil, choco
late and other cakes, on next Satur
day morning tit Mrs. Jack Darby's
store. An assortment of aprons for
ladies and small children will bo on
sale also. Your patronage is solic
ited.
-Farmers, we havo the follow
ing to offer you-you need the goods
and wo need the business: Spring
tooth harrows, singlo plow stocks
and extra handles, all kinds of plow
castings, hoes, rakes, shovels, pitch
forks, etc., and a full line of plow
gears, roping, back band webbing,
etc. "We trade you service for busi
ness. " J. H. Alley, Wost Union, S.
C.-adv.-l 4-17.
- Mrs. C. J. Chase, of Soboc, Me.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Gur
ney. Mrs. Chase will be bore for a
few weeks, taking opportunity now
and then to visit other sections. This
week sho and Mrs. Gurney will visit
for a time among fri. inls at Frank
lin, X. C., at which plato Mr. aad
Mrs. Gurnoy resided for several
years. This is Mrs. Chase's first trip
South.
-'Heirs Pharmacy last week In
stalled a radiophone stationl and
since its completion no Iii He pleas
ure has been dispensed lo those who
stop and "listen in." Tho Chicago
Opera Company was one of* the first
long-distance entertainers of Wal
halla. The Pittsburg and other mar
ket quotations aro heard each day
as plainly as though being received
from tm announcer within the con
lines of an exchange. This station is
tho first lo be located in Walhalla.
-Mrs, J. W. Bell was the gracious
hostess to tho D.A.'R. on April 4th.
The following officers wero elected
for tho year: Mrs. Wade Milam, re
gent, (who resigned); Mrs. Francis
Hughs, vice regent; Mrs. W. L. Ver
nor, second vico regent; Mrs. Claude
Held, recording secretary; Mrs. Har
ry Hughs, assistant recording secre
tary; Mrs. Chas. W. Pitchford, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. Henry
Hughs, treasurer; Mrs. \\\ yy. Moss,
historian; Miss Frances Karlo, regis
trar. Delightful refreshments woro
serven by tho hostess, assisted by
Mrs. W. ?J. Vernor. Mrs. Francis
Hughs invited tho chapter to mcot
with lier In May.
- As thc warm spring weather ad
vances thc Civic League has taken
on new Ufo nnoVnci iviiy, and has
also been assured of full co-opera
tion in its efforts to help our town
by Mayor das. M. MOSS. Recently
tho organization has installed bettor
electric fixtures and lights on thc
stage of the school auditorium and
have decided next to bond their ef
forts to secure a good curtain for lt.
All who tire Interested in this work
for our school and children aro ask
ed for a contribution, which can bo
handed to Mrs. Nevin Fant, treas
urer. A meeting of the J.oaguo Is
called for next Monday afternoon at
1 o'clock at tho residence of M?8,
Jas. Darby, and all who aro willing
to help In this work aro cordially in
vited lc attend.
-The program for the balance ol
tho wee! nt Tho Slnr Theatre seems
lo bo a inosi .. TI.,,,.?.
day night I nu S|>< t .. >,??,, ?. ....
Bebo Daniels In tho leading role.
Everybody knows Bobo ~- onougli
said. Friday, a Cosmopolitan produc
tion, "Heliotrope" On Monday ol
next week thoro will bo "Hob H.irv.p
ton ot iMacor," with Wesloy Barry,
tho famous child actor of tho scroon,
to the fore. Tuesday, a Reata rt pic
ture will bo tho feature. All Koalart
pictures aro good. Tho manugomont
has addod another thriller to tho al
ready thrilling S.itu\dav program
a Patho sorlal, "The Double Adven
ture"-ovory minuto a thrill, ovory
scone a sonsation. On Thursday
and Friday tho wonderful produc
tion, "Tho Sheik," mention of which
wo have made elsowhoro.
-Our little sister town of Wost
Union has tho best anti-speed en
forcement method in Oconee, not
withstanding tl\o fact that Seneca,
Walhalla and Westminster have no
moan arresters of speed in the shape
of rough streets. Wost Union, how
ever, has hoi* main street in such
nbomninhle condition that il ls dis
tressing not only to tho traveling
public, but to her progressive citi
zens as well. Unless repairs have
boon made within tho past few days
thoro ls a soc'.lon of moro than two
town blocks distance that is well
nigh impassable. Tho authorities of
West Union should at once get busy
on this repair work. A numbor ol
Walhalla's streets have been groatly
unproved In tho vory recent past,
making traveling much moro com
fortable, both for tho users of horse
drawn vehicles and autos. Owing to
the fact that our streets will soon be
torn up for tho laying of water pipes,
wo understand that no real perma
nent work will bo attempted for tho
present by tho Walhalla authorities,
who will con lino thoinselves to neces
sary repairs. This is a wiso measure,
in tho interest of economy.
Local Notes from Richland,
Richland, April 24.-Special: Wo
are having a cold snap, which we ar?
afraid will injure the cotton crops.
.Mrs. M. il. Broom ls on a two
weeks' visit lo relatives in Madison.
Mrs. IO. X. AI bea, of Augusta, Ga.,
ii- visiting Mrs. Lem Keaton. Mrs.
Mbea will he hero for an indefinite
time.
The frieuds of Mrs. .lack Berry are
sorry to learn that she is very ill.
She is in the hospital at Greenville.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Berry arc most
pleasantly remembered here, they
having once lived herc.
Mrs. Hayden Coo entertained her
school pupils and n fow outsiders at
a party last Saturday night at the
school hou?o. Gaines were played and
enjoyed by all present. Delicious
punch was served, and a most de
lightful time is reported by all.
Mrs. J. H. Blackwell and son, Ho
mer, of Asheville, N. C., were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Black
well.
Miss Winni?? Gumbrell is at homo,
after teaching a school term else
where.
Mrs. Will Berry and son are visit
ing in Greenville.
The Christian Endeavor of the
Richland Presbyterian church met
after Sunday school April 23d. The
topic was, "Some Dilllculties."
Mrs. Purman Burns, of Fountain
Inn, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Venter.
S. N. Hughs and sons, Stiles and
Kenneth, visited Mrs. Hughs In the
Greenville Hospital last Sunday. We
are glad to learn that she ls Improv
ing.
Mrs. Hannah Sanders and sister,
Miss Mamie Freeman, of West Union,
were week-end visitors at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sanders.
Mrs. W. H. Hughs and Mrs. Gro
ver Davis visitod Mrs. Mary Bowen,
of Norris, recently.
Miss Lila Ballenger was In Green
ville last Wednesday on business.
Mrs. E. X. Foster and Miss Cor
nelia Foster visited Mrs. Jack Derry
at tho Greenville Hospital Sunday.
Wonderful Production, "The Sheik."
" Thc Sheik," which has proved to
bc the screen sensation of the day,
will be shown In Walhalla, at The
Star Theatre, next week ><>>. two days
ihursday and Friday, tho Uh
and 5th. This is a sumptuous and
beautiful production, in which lovely
Agnes Ayers and Rudolph Valentino
are tho featured players. Valentino
made himself famous by bis wonder
ful acting in "Tho Four Horsemen
of the Apocalypse." "Tho Sheik" is
a wonderful picture, and ono you
will not want to miss. The scenes
of the picture are laid in tho desert
and it is filled with exciting action.
Abounding in lavish color, gorgeous
costumes and beautiful settings, the
story is splendidly portrayed by well
chosen players. "Tho Sheik" is a
masterpiece of screen art. Don't fail
to bo present on ono of tho two days
on which it is to bo shown.
Host Glasses Relievo Eyestrain.
Dr. Glymph,
Of Anderson, S. C.?
Thc Old Reliable
Eyesight Specialist
-WILL BE AT
Norman's Drug Store,
Walhalla, S. C.,
One Day Only-Tuesday,
May 2d,
Anderson Bros/ Drug Store,
Westminster, S, C.,
One Day Only-Wednesday,
May 3d.
Have your Eyes examined and
Glasses fitted now and get your
^,y^. i nf before the hoi
summer months come on. My
prices are always satisfactory,
10 X A MI NATION FREE !
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED I
'HU WHO LOOKS f?SfOH? HU LEAPS UUILDS OF OYVKESS ANO HUILDS FOR KIWI'S.'
For true economy, first
as well as "last," simply stick
to "our own" world famous
THE WOOD ETEBNMT
You'll save money by averting
annoying repair bills, and you'll
save time and labor by not having to do
your work over and over again. Then,
if you "Buy the Grade That Fits the
Job," you will make still another real
saving. It's worth while. Why pay for a
higher grade than the work needs?
Your nearest lumber dealer will advise
you honestly. So will we.
Write us for list of FREE PLANS for farm buildings.
Southern Cypress Mf rs/ Assn.
200 Graham Building,
? JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA.
YOUR LOCAL DEALER WILL SUPPLY YOU. IF HE
HASN'T ENOUGH CYPRESS LET US KNOW AT ONCE.
?<?>
Insist OD Tide
Water" Cypress
- youcan identify
it by this mark.
Thc time of year is here for the Sportsman.
We can furnish you with all your paraphernalia,
Base Ball and Fishing Goods, at both our stores?
-ANOTHER THING
Sereen Doors and Windows to fit all your house.
A CAR OP CROCKERY WARE-CHURNS, BUTTER JARS AND
JUGS-AND IT LOOKS LIKE ENOUGH FLOWER POTS TO SUP
PLY OCONEE, ANDERSON AND PIOKENS COUNTIES. BUT
WE ARE GOING TO SELL THEM ALL IN OCONEE COUNTY.
LADIES, COME AND SECURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS WHILE
THEY ARE HERB.
WINDOWS, DOORS, LIM!?:, CEMENT, NAILS, CEDAR SHIN
GLES, GALVANIZED SHINGLES, URBER ROOKING AND GAL
GLESj GALVANIZED SHINGLES, RU DRER ROOFING AND
GALVANIZED ROOFING IN ALL LENGTHS FROM 0 TO 13 Ft.
VVVVV and CORRUGATED.
Whitmire-Marett Hdw. Co.
HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
WESTMINSTER WALHALLA
(Phono No. 80.) (Phono No. li.)
SOUTH CAROLINA
Used Autos and Threshing Machines.
We have one Olds 6-Cylindcr Automobile, re
modeled throughout and new paint. This Car is
in excellent condition.
Also one Dort Five-Passenger Used Car, J 920
Model,
We offer these Cars at real bargains and on
reasonable terms. If you are in the market for a
Used Car, see us at once.
We also have one No. 3 Geyser Trcshing Ma
chine, with all attachments, used for two seasons,
that we can give you a bargain in.
Ba?enger Hardware Co.,
(In the Old Coleman Stand,)
Seneca, S, C,
SANITARY TAX NOTICE.
Walhalla, S. C., April 10, 1022.
Property holders will pleaso hoar
in mind that the Sanitary Tax for tho
first quarter ending March 31, 1022,
is now duo. Ploase ho prompt In
making payment. T. A. GRANT,
15 ciork and Treasurer.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All porsons indebted to tho Estate
of w. J. Waitors, Deceased, aro
hereby notified to mako payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will prosont tho samo, duly attested,
within tho time proscribed by law,
or bo barred.
L. C. 'GRAHAM,
Administrator of tho Estate of W. J.
Walters, Doceasod.
April 5, 1922. 14 17
He who tolls with pain will oat
with ploasuro.-Chinese
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All porsons Indohtod to tho Es
tate of Mrs. Josie Owen, Deceased,
are heroby notified to make pay
mont to tho undersigned, and all
porsons having claims against said
ostate will present tho samo, duly nt
tosted, within tho timo proscribed by
law, or bo barred.
B. C. and T. W. BROCK,
Administrators of tho Estato of Mrs.
Joslo Owen, Decoasod.
April 1 2, 1022. 1R-18
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All porsons indebted to tho Estate
of LE WHS MATH 13, Doceasod, aro
hereby notified to moko payment
to the undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will prosont the same, duly attested!
within tho timo proscribed by ?avr.
oi bo barred, W. O. WHITE,
Administrator of tho Estato of Lowis
Mathis, Docoosod.
April 19,1 922. 10-19

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