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EEO WISE COURIER
Entered at tho PostoftlCO nt Wal
halla, S. <\, as Mail Matter of tito
' Second Cluss, lintier Act of Congress,
March Dd, IK70.
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WALHALLA, s. C.:
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1022.
THE Ol ONKE COUNTY I Alli.
Tho c i/.eh s of vVostmlnster have j
begun, willi commendable enterprise
and app rent energy, to preparo for
"The Oooiioo County l'a;r." which
will bo bold lit i.ur sister town Nov.
1st and ?id. Tills is nm to bc a com-!
inanity fair, bm its scope is county
wide, and plans are in the making to
attract and secure exhibits from
t very nook and corner of our county.
We most heartily endorse t ho fair
movement, and wo hope (hat tho
people .o' Oro nco will take an active
Interest In ?his fair lo he held ia
Westminster in November.
The Courier can be counted on to
help ?a.ike tho fair a success, There
is no means of ascertaining just what
benefit these fairs bring lon commu
nity, to a section, to a county. Thc
benefits, however, are always in cx
c ss of tin expenditures. Ea 1 rs con
stitute a vi itallzlng of the gchcino of
tid\ rt and advertising pays.
tit's .?ll join in helping our friends
over thc way t<> have a really first
class fair, i should i>c- representa
tive ot : .) ono section; it should he
representative of Oconoo county as a
whole. According to what wc pul ia
in lt will wo reap from it, Every
farmer knows Huit if bo sous or
plants sparingly, and neglects his
crops arter I hey aro planted, ho need
not ex pei t iiitti h whoa harvest time
rolls round. A fair is niuch ibo same
In prim ?pie. Tho people of Westmin
ster are going nfter a real fair- -
they aro "planting" liberally and
preparing well tho "seed bed." Let's
r.e.> that tho proper "cultivation" i>
given the crop iu order that Oconoo
may reap a re.:] harvest from ibis
li rsi ol our county fairs.
Wo niuid all do our host -i tu h do
SOim-.ill;. Ill '.bis tUiMtOt', Which iS
calculated to bo of gre;'! bcnoill to
all of Coonee.
Rock j Knoll <;, \.Entertain.
Ono .'f the brilliant affairs of tho
! si week was a social given at tho
homo ol Mrs, J. w M >rgun In honor
of the C. A s of Kooky Knoll church
on Moi i > evening, Sept. 1 Uh. from
7 till ii. 1 o'clock.
Pron i 1> at I o'clock tho girls and
their invited guests hogan to arrive,
(iud li do! glitful social hour was ob
served, hemming at x o'clock
many mt? resting gaines wore played,
in which u\ Ty oho present took part.
Tho last i f tho gaines, ti guessing
um to t., -loused the most Interest.
Tho winner of tho lir.st prize, a lovely
box of chocolates, was N :ss flossie
l ino. The ? (insolation pr.zo fell to
'mee (Mutely lifter the coil ; de
licious ti fi e.? binon ts consisting of leo
ero nil. . ko tin 1 lemonade wore
K.?ry?ii by the hostess, assisted by
Ml'-' C. IL I ill hi ami MrS. L. M. Lyda.
': '.. " .' ..' >yhlg Mi-:;. Morgan's hos
I'V Misses I lott 10 Sh?Ok,
I'1 look, Sall io Kitzgorald. Mao
?: *itli, Lura Orr. nessie Lee, Lola
Orr, Vi ;: . Rood, Mattie M or toii, Del
i ? ?lld, Hort io Leo power, lier
' ' i " ellie I', vc r, Christine
Orr, Lora Hello Lyda. .Mao Shook!
lluvbcH 'i. Pa rm er, Shorli? shook.
Hui ms, Hurbon Sullivan. Harmon
. lei . Willie i'Uzgcrald, Arthur
1 '.'??' ..' . ..' boyd Lyda. Tommie
Sullivan, I liv. lings Morion. Pixie
Reed, P. ul poWer and 11. Cox.
(;g;ro Shoot-, "\ ,MII1,,O.**
Chekier. S. C.. Sept. l l.-- Prank
lilorjy negro, who lives
i.ear herb, g) ot ?md seriously wound
ed Jim Anderson, a 19-year*old negro
hoy, . nd i hon put out to Chcstor to
lardhi glvbs Anderson
'ag ?i \ t>di doctor, and
??l actic. .1 !.: art on him,
i him to shoot,
FKIKXDSIUP IIOMK.COMIX? DAY.
Excellent Talks by ll. C. llvoclc and
? Superintendent Ii. c. Spcuros,
I On Friday, Sept. 8th, It was tho
pleasure of tho writer to attend the
I home-coining at Friendship school
near Seneca. Tho main feature of
the day was the coining together of
all those that had ever attended tho
school at either Speed's Crook or ac
Friendship, lt was thoso two dis
tricts that consolidated to niako tho
j present Friendship high school and
j build i li c handsome two-story school
j building that is now being used in
Promptly at Hi o'clock in tho high
school iiutdttorlum lhere were held
; various exercises, consisting of songs
I of both national and sacred nature,
! recitations, addresses and othor stago
performances. An excellent talk was
made by B. C. Brock, chairman of
tho board of trustees, followed by
Mr. Speai'OS, County Superintendent
of Education, who told of the old
buildings that had been usod In this
community, which had given way to
tho modern school building that was
now being used. Ile also spoke of
tho splendid co-operation existing in
the school between patrons, pupils
Much praise was given to the dis
cipline and splendid work that is be
ing done in this school under the
able management of II. D. Drown,
principal, and his assistants, Misses
I hilyaw. Pinkerton and Stonccypher.
At 1 o'clock, under tho spacious
shade of oaks and poplars, In thc pas
ture of Jule Moore, near the school
building', there was one of tho most
elaborate dinners that the writer lins!
ever been privileged to partake of-?
(lucken, fried and baked; pies, cus
tards, cake, and, best of all, barbo
I cued hash.
There were a number of Hold acti
i vi ties out on Hie school grounds
sack races, high jumps, egg races,
potato races, shoe races and various
other truck meet games.
Tho high school department of this
? school is organized into two literary
j societies, the Philomathians and the
j f'hilodelphian. There is also a school
j Improvement association, just orgnn
j [zed, and which has begun to func
' Hon, with quite a groal deal of suc
lt was Indeed quite an eventful
day of pleasure and entertainment.
and nil present were glad that they;
were lhere, and of thc splendid work I
and success thai is being accomplish
ed at this place.
Death of James Mason,
i Tugaloo Tribune, 12th.)
Janies .Mason, one of licence's oili
est and most highly respected citi
zens, died last Wi ?nesday. Ile had
lived for many years at lae Old Pen
dleton Pork, and ho was known by
nearly everybody in the lower part
i of, tho county. Mr. Mason leaves one
son and one daughter. They are lt.
!.. Mason and Mrs. Levi Tannery,
I who live near the old home place. His
wife died a few years ago at an ad
Mr, Mason was a good man, one of
the old-time, honest and true types.
Ile had been a member of tho Bap
tist church o long time. He was one
I of the survivors of Orr's Regiment of
j Rides and was a brave Confederate
soldier. Ile was In the 9.Ith year of
i his ago. His long life was spent ju
! Oconoe county.
! Ile had requested that his body he
i buried in n home-made wooden coffin
! and tho body carried to tho come
? tory in ;. one-horse wagon, and that
n unie! funeral be held in the home,
i This wish was carried out to the let
lor. Rev, lt. F, Jones, of Wostmin
s'er, conducted the funeral, and tho
; bo ly was buried hi the cemetery of
1 the lb tin ! Rapti M church at Oak?
w y. Since thc death of his wife Mr.
Sim] ii had lived with his daughter,
.Mrs, Tannery. The bereaved havo
tho sympathy of army friends.
Hardwick Honors Requisitions.
i \ikon. Sept, 17. Governor Hard
wi k, nf Georgia, honored requisi
tion papers Issued by Governor Har
vey, <>;' South Carolina, and F, 13.
Thomas, ,1. D. Martin, V*. I). Thomas
and G. \Y. Od ll ni, members of the
Sou h ?rn railway's striking forces ill
Hamburg, were brought to Aiken
from Augusta, Ga., at ;', o'clock this
morning'and lodged in the Aiken Jail,
charged with brutally beating work
ing men who did not KO on strike.
The men are alleged to have boen
'a part of tho "watch picket" com
mittee which, a short time ago,
seized one of tho workmen, and
Per ' frying him ?f? (ii an rut lo mo
bile, whipped liim with heavily knot
ted ropes at tho same place in Ham
burg, where the dead bodies of Fens
ler and Pooth, tho two railroad
guards, were fourni murdered.
ICC Cream Supp?t' at. Zion.
Tko Little Workors of tho Zion
Methodist church will havo an leo
cream supper on tho church grounds
next Saturday, tho 23d, beginning at
.I* 4* .J* 4*i>w yfc- '*!. .$. .!* .J* .!* .!*
?j. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. *
>l? ?j? ?j? ?*? t|* ?i* ?i* ??? *g? ?j? ?i* ?j? ??? ?j?
-Water was turned into nil tho
mains of tho Walhalla water system
last Saturday afternoon. The pres
sure was all that could ho desired,
giving a wonderful (low of absolutely
cloa-r water, giving every ovideneo
that tho Hitor system is ad?quate to
meet tho purpose f.or which it was
designed, that of giving our citizens
perfectly clear and puro water for all
purposes. The llrst uso 'o which ;lio
water supply was put was to sprinkle
the streets, laying the dust that has
fer months boon! troubling tho poople
of the town and tho visitors In our
midst. It is evidont now that Wal
halla will not bo dopendonnt on tho
elements for needod street work
when the contractors have flu (shod
with tho laying of tho lateral lines
of small p'oo. A good drenching with
hose, section by section, will permit
of needed scraping and dragging,
thus getting tho streets Into fair
shape to meet tho'winter's rains and
freezes without having to ply
through "01 cans of mud" during the
long winter months. Walhalla Iuds
fair to have ono of the host water sys
tems ?n Upper Carolina-and that,
of course, means tho best in tho en
-Wo aro informed that County
Policemen llunnieutt and Lawless
on Monday afternoon made an arrest
in winch, doubtless, many Oconoe
citizens will ho Interested. Our in
formation is thal a man by tho name
of Slaton, of tho Oak way section, w.is
taken in charge, having in his pos
session large quantities of automo
bile accessorc", such as inner tul es,
some casings, at least ono complete
automobile wheel, numerous pumps,
motot meters, radiator caps of v.-.ri
ons styles, tools of numberless varie
ties-in fact, mest anything that
could bo easily and hurriedly taken
from or detached ft om an automo
bile. Recently numbers of such arti
cles lave been removed from ears
parke 1 in tho vicinity of the gospel
tent In Seneca. In other words, while
Evangelist Smith was preaching and
others praying, some one on the out
aide was busy pilfering. Wo are in
formed that tho pile of stuff taken in
chat go by tho rural policemen made
a pretty good automobile load. The
officers at Seneca, have also, we un
derstand, a young boy In charge who,
it is thought, did tho actual "lift
ing, " and that he was working for
tho older man. If this is tho ease,
and evidence sufficient to convict i>
obtained, tho youngster should gel
off rather light, but tho older man,
the real culprit, should bo given the
limit "in such case made and pro
-There are many who will learn
With regret of thc death of .Mrs. Mag
gie Aldlno Joost !'.alster, which oc
curred at Anderson on last Sunday,
Oct. 1 71li. at. 11.20 o'clock. The body
was brought to Walhalla for hil? r
mont, which was made in the Luth
eran cemetery on Monday, Rev. \V.
r>. Aull conducting the service--: at
tho grave. .Mrs. Bolster was well
known here, having spent many years
ol' her lite hero with lier parents, the
late Mr. and Mrs, C. Joost, early sel
tiers of Walhalla, and residing hero
for a number of years after her mar
riage. .She was born in Xew York
city May Gth, IS53. After the death
of her mother, her father, with three
small children, (sh? being Hie young
est, aged two years.) localed in Wal
halla, this being li!) years ago. She
remained hero until ?Tie reached tho
ago of l l, nt which time she united
with the Lutheran church here, and
returned lo her native State, remain
ing there until she married D. W.
H?lster, at the age of 2.'., and return
ed to Walhalla, making her home
boro until 17 years ago, when she
moved to Anderson, in 1905. She
was a devoted mother and loyal ever
to her church and counted her per
sonal friends by her acquaintances.
She was taken ill Sept. 10th, and af
ter ono week of painful sickness fell
asleep in Jesus. She is survived by
four children-Mrs. Christina J, Nel
son, of Kin gs'roe; Mrs. Mary Grahl,
of Greenville; Miss Henrietta Ual
ster and Nick William BalStor, of An
derson. The bereaved ones have the
sympathy of many friends in their
- From a Portland, Oregon, paper
of Aug. 2?th, wo clip the following
notice, which will be of interest to
many In Oconoo, the. young gentle
man referred to. Arthur Phidel Fret
well, being a son of Mr. and Mrs. K.
l>. Fretwcll, of Walhalla Route I:
"This morning (Aug. 26 th ) at 7
o'clock, at Ibo home of tli" bride's
parents on W 3d street, Miss Ellen
Margt-orllo Flint was united In mar
riage to Arthur I'hldol Fretwoll. As
Ibo strains of tho wedding march
were played the bridal sou plo carno
down ihe stairs and took their stand
beneath a bower of pink and white.
Rev. Joseph Knolls officiated, using
tho bountiful ring ceremony of the
Methodist rimal. Tho bri'!?-'.-; gown
was of white organdie over white
satin, and she carriel a beautiful
bouquet of pink rosebuds. A nor the
ceremony a sumptuous four-c?urso
wedding breakfast was served. Tho
color scheme was pink and white.
Only the bride's parents, Mr, and
Mrs. G. M. Flint, and family, and
Kev. and Mrs. Knotts were ?.resent.
The bridal couple loft in an auto for
a short honeymoon trip, jusl where
ls not known by Mic local friends who
gathered at tho depot to bid them
good-byo, but not being properly in
formed as to the mode of departure
still'have a good supply of rico and
'old shoes. Air, Frotwell ls an em
ployee of tho block and si n 1 divi
sion of tho .-(?ai.,, ra Pacific, After
returning from their honeymoon trip
Mr. and Mrs. Frotwell will moko
their home in Grant's Pass." Tho
Courier joins with many friends, of
tho groom in offering congratulations
and to the young couple every good
wish for long life, happiness and
r. o'clock. Ml aro cordially invited,
and the liberal patronage of every
body ?3 earnestly solicited.
Center Township singers.
Tho Cor.ter Township Singing As
sociation will meet with Onkwny
Wosloyun church on Sunday, Sopt.
21th, at 2 o'clock p. m. All singers
and levon* of music a?o Invited.
J. W. S. King, .
Secrotavy and Treas.
Mc Tlnimcrimm Thanks Voters.
To tho Votera of Oconoe County:
I wish to extend to yon all my np
proetatlpn of tho support given mo
in my raco for your Representativo.
1 assure you all that lt will ho my
purpose lo givo you tho best service
lt ls possible for mo to render you.
Prom my heart 1 thank you all.
13. Tim merman.
Westminster, S. C.-adv.
500 dozen Fresh Hen Eggs, J 00
Frying Chickens, Green Beans,
some good, clear Bec Honey,
25 bushels of Keifcr Pears (not
We are closing out Shoes,
Dry Goods and Notions, It
will pay you to sec us before
J. P. McCoy & Co.,
I MAIN STREET - - - EASLEY, S. C.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconoo.
IN COURT- OE COMMON PLEAS.
Frank ll. Barrett, Plaintiff,
Mary L. Cary, Individually and as
Trustee of W. L. Cary; and as Ex
ecu'.rix of tho Estate of John C.
Cary, Deceased; and W. L. Cary,
To the Defendants Above Named:
You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the Complaint in
this action, of which a copy ls here
with served upon you, and to serve
a copy of your answer to tho said
Complaint on the subscribers at their
otlices in the Masonic Temple, Green
ville, S. C., within twenty days after
tho service hereof, exclusive of tho
day of such service; and if you fail
to answer tho Complaint within the
time aforesaid, thc Plaintiff in this
action will apply to tho Court for
the relief demanded in tho Com
M nynes wort h N- Hnynosworth,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Greenville, S.C, Sept. 14, 1?P22.
To the Defendant, W. L. Cary:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, That the
Summons in the above en'tilled ac
tion has been served upon you by
publication) and that tho original
Summons and Complaint are on file
in the office of tho Gie. of Court in
tho County of Oconoe. Uni th Caro
11 nynes worth & Ilayncsworth,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Sept. 20, 1922. 3S-4?
NOTICE OE SALE.
I am authorized by tito Grand Jury
and also by the County Hoard, to sell,
to the highest bidder, at my olllce in
West Union, South Carolina, on SAT
URDAY, tho 30th day of September,
I it2:;, the following: -
Ono Avery Tractor,
Ono Royal Road Machine,
Ono old Drag Scrape,
One Republic Truck.
This ts a lot of second-hand stuff
for which tho County has no uso. and
santo will bo sold by recommendation
of tho above authority.
J. C. SHOCKLEY,
Supervisor Oconoo County.
Sept. 20, li?22. 3S-39
IVS ?ste r's Sales
STATIS OE SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OE OCONEE.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant to decrees of tho afore
said Court, in tho cases named be
low, I will oder for sale, io the high
est bidder, in front of the Court
House door, at Walhalla, S. C., on
MONDAY, tho 2d day of October.
102 2, between the legal hours of
sale, the tracts of land below de
Charles W. Pitchford, Plaintiff,
Effie Nichols Riet?, Carrio Sims, Ar
thur Sims. Lawrence Sims, May
Sims and Her Sims, Defendants.
All thal piece, parcel or tract of
hind, situate, lying and being in Oco
noo county, State of South Carolina,
on Witters of Little River, of Keowee
River, of Seneca Rive)-, adjoining
lands of D. P. Grant, W. J. Townes,
T. E. Alexander and Elisha Alexan
der, containing ono hundred and six
ty (IGO) acres, more or less, known
as the James Nichols tract.
Terms of Sale-CASH. That in tho
event, of falluro of Ute purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with tho terms
of tho sale immediately, that tho
Master do re-sell tho said premises
on tho same Salesday, or some con
venient Salesday thereafter, at tho
same place and on the santo terms as
heretofore set out. at tho risk of the
: former purchaser, or purchasers, and
that be do continue so io do until 'ne
has found a purchaser, or purchas
ers, who shall comply with the terms
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. NV. 0. WHITE,
Master for Ocnoeo County, S. C.
Sept. 13, 1922. 3S-10
G. W. Games, Plaintiff,
O. L. Glymph, Defendant.
All that certain piece, parcol, or
tract of land, situate, lying and being
' Storage and Insure
Liberal Cash Advanc
Interest Rate, 6 Per C
G. W. GIGNILL
Wc have thc AGEN(
TY for the FAIRBANK
Engines. We can furnish ]
power to six horse. See t
We also carry a stock
pairs, the best on the mark
Remember we carry ?
Fixtures and Plumbing St
Soil Pipe, Sewer Pipe, Etc
(Phono No. 30.)
in the Stain and County aforesaid,
and containing thirty-seven and li
100 acres, moro or less, adjoining
lands of T. A. Du i'll nm, Jeff Dallier,
J. S. Glymph, and being ibo same
land deeded to O. D. Clymph by II.
M. Stanch on tho :50th day of Decem
ber, 10 10, and known as a part of
the W. J. McCluro land.
Terms ol' Sale-CASH. That in tho
event of failure of purchaser, or pur
chasers, to comply with the terms of
salo w'tbin five days from day of salo
the Master do ro-advortise and resell
said premises on the following Sales
day, or some convenient Salesday
thereafter, at the samo place and on
tho same ternis as heretofore set out,
at Ibo risk of tho former purchaser,
or purchasers, and that bo do con
tinuo so to do until bo bas found a
purchaser, or purchasers, who com
ply with the terms of snlo. Purchaser
will not be lot into possession of tho
promises heforo January 1st, 102!D
Provided, That not moro than one
third of all crops, or their value,
grown in 1022, shall pass lo tho pur
chaser with said land, and that said
one-third interest shall ho subject to
its proportion of any liens now (July
ll, 1 022.) existing over the crops on
Purchaser to pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
Sept. 13, 1022. 38- 10
(J. W. Gignilllat, Plaintiff,
C. W. Chastain and W. D. I'anvey,
All that certain piece, parcel, or
tract of Inad, situate, lying and ho
ing in tho County ol' Oconeo, Stain
of South Carolina, containing sovon
! ty-ono ?unes, moro or bu;;;, according
|to a plat of survey thereof made by
C. C. Myors, Surveyor, adjoining
lands of X. 1' /liant, W. J. Walters,
J. E. Mason am' J. A. Callaban), and
hoing all the trait conveyed to C. W.
Chastain by W. ll. Kindloy by. deed
dated January 1st, lilli?, and being
part of tho old Wm. Brown homo
All that piece, parcel or lot of land
situate, lying and being In Center
Township, of Ibo County of Oconeo,
State of South Carolina, and on tho
I north side of tho public road loading
from Westminster to Andorsonviljo,
und known as tho Andersonvillo
road, beginning at Iron pin in the
center of said road, a corner common
; with lands of C. A Whitfield, and
?running thence "north 11 W I 7-1 feet
to an ?ron pin in tho eerier of Town
; ville public road, tbenco along cen
|tor of Townvillo road X 05% W 2M
foot to Iron pin nt Ibo Intersection of
tho centers of tho Townvillo and An
dersonvillo road (which form tho
Wostminsier road), thence back
nlong tho Andersonvillo road S ?2 E
1G9 Vi feet to tho northoast corner
of gin lot, and thonco still along tho
Center of said Andorsonvillo road,
R G ES
ince, 30c. per month.
?es on Stored Cotton,
ent Per Annum on all
:Y in OCONEE COUN
TS Gasoline and Kerosene
rou from one and half horse
is for your requirements.
of Myers Pumps and Re
i big stock of Bath Room
ipplics: Galvanized Pipe,
reit Hdw. Co.
(Phone No. ll.)
S 44 R ISO V? ?'cot to tho beginning
corner, samo hoing moro fully shown
on plat of survey by Charles X. Glgn
illint, (lated duly 2 2. 10 00, recorded
in Clerk's Office, Oconee County, S.
C., on August 10, 1009, in Plat Hook
A, Pago 1, and being tho northern
portion of the lot conveyed C> W.
Chaste in by B. S. Herring by deed
bearing dato the 31st day of Decem
ber, 10 1S, and recorded in said of
fice lon the Tib day of January, 1919,
in Deed Hook 3-E, Page SO. '
Terms of Snle-CASH. That In tho
event of tho failuro of purchaser, or
purchasers, to comply with tho terms
of sale within live days from day of
sale, the Master do ro-advertiso and
re-sell said premises on tho follow
ing Salesday, or some convenient
Salesday thereafter, at tho snnlo
place and on Hie samo terms as horo
toforo set out, at tho risk of the for
mer purchaser, or purchasers, and
that he do continuo so lo do until ho
,has found a purchaser, or purchas
ers, who complv with tho terms of
Purchaser lo pay extra for deed
and stamp. W. O. WHITE,
Master for Oconeo County, S. C.
Sept. 13, 1022. 38-40
NOTICE TO DKDTOHS AM)
All persons Indebted to tho P?state
of A. P. CRISP, Deceased, are here
by not ill od to make payment to tito
undersigned, and all persons having
claims against the said lOstato will
present the same, duly attested,
within tho Hmo prescribed by law,
or bo barred
Mrs. BESSIE C. CRISP,
Executrix of thc Mata to of A. P.
Sept. 12. 1022. 38-41
NOTICIO TO DEBTORS AND
All persons indebted to tho Rstato
of Victor H. .Jones, Deceased, aro
hereby notified to mnko payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said bistate
will present tho samo, duly attested,
within tho Hmo proscribed by law, or
bo barred. v
J. Ii. KELL,
Administrator of tho Estate of Victor
H. dones, D leased.
Aug. 30, 1 il22. 35-38
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons Indobtod to tho Estate
of Ilovoy B, Blnssingnmo, Doc'd., aro
hereby notified to. make payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present tho sumo, duly attested,
within tho Hmo proscribed by law,
or bo barred.
LIZZIE B LA SSI NO AME
and E. L, KIBLER,
Administrators of tho Estate of Ilo
voy B.-Blnssingnmo, Dcc'd.
Aug. 30, 1922. 85-38