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THOU CANST NOT THEN BB FALSE TO AFT MAN."
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New Series No. 940. - Volume LXXL - No. K.
Mules Mu
We are in thc Mule Businss,
ped our first Mules last week
good fresh Mules from now c
try MuleSv The prices ari
20 years ago?
>j? WE WILL BUY, i
?. W. & J. E
WALHAL
It Pays to Bi
NOTICEV OP FINAIJ SETTLEMENT
AND DISCHARGE.
?Notice Is hereby given that tbe un
deralgned will make application tc
V. P. Martin, Judge of Probate for
Oconee County, in tbo State of South
Carolina, at his office at Walball?
Court House, on MONDAY, tho 15 th
day. of JANUARY, 19 23, at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
hfeht of the Estate of AMOS SAN
DERS Deceased, and obtain Final
Discharge as Administratrix of the
said Estate.
, , MRS. HANNJ^ SANDERS.
,^dfrjlnlBtratrlx of the Estate of Amos
Sanders, Deceased.
f Dec. 13, 192,2. 50-1
WT CITATION NOTICE.
Tho Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.-By V. P. Mar
tin, Judge of Probate. - Wberoas,
T. B. Sholor has made suit to mo to
grant him Letters of Administration
of tho Estate of and Effects of Holen
Kho?ry, Decoasod
Th?se are, therefore, to cito and
admonish all and singular tho kin
dred and creditors of tho said Helon
Khoury, Decoasod, that they bo and
appear before me, in tho Court of
Probato, to bo hold at Walhalla Court
Houso, South Carolina*, pu SATUR
DAY, tho 30th day of'^December,
1922, after publication hereof, at ll
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why tho said
Administration should* not bo.grnnt
ed.
Given under my band and seal this
15lh day of December, A. D. 1922.
(Seal) V. P. MARTIN,
Judge of Probate for Oconee Co, S. C.
Publlshod on tho 20th and 27th
days of December, 1922, in Tho Koo
weo Courier, and on tho Court Houso
door for tho limo prescribed by law.
Dec. 20, 1922. 51-52
CITATION NOTICE.
Tho Stato of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.- fin Court of
Probate.)-By V. P. Martin, Judgo
of Probato. - Whereas, C. R. Knox
has miado suit to mo to grant him
Loiters of Administration of tho Es
tate of and Effects of Carolyn Knox,
Deceased- '
Tlieso arc, thoroforo, to cito and
admonish all and singular tho kin
drod and creditors of tho said Caro
lyn Knox, Deceased, that they bo and
appear before mo, in tho Court of
Probate, to bo held at Walhalla Court
Houso, South Carolina, on FRIDAY,
the 29th day of December, 1922,'af
tor publication horeof, at ll o'clock
In tho forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have, why. tho said Administra
tion should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
14th day of Docombor, A. D. 1922.
(Seal.) V. F. MARTIN,
Judgo of Probate for Oconee County,
South Carolina.
. Published on the 2 0th and 27th
days of December, 19 22, in The Koo
woQ Courier, and on tho Court House
door for tho time prescribed by law.
Dec. 20, 1922. 51-52
4-1
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
Wo, tho undersigned, hereby for
bid anyono killing birds or squirrels,
or cutting tibi bor, on any lands own
ed by us or in our possosslon or un
der our control.,
ELIZABETH CHAPMAN,
J. B. TRAMEL,
J. C. EDWARDS,
S. H. SNEAD,"
T. B. EA.DES,
JOHN CREEN,
.J JAMES RUTLEDGE,
J. S. WINCHESTER,
J. H. W. SCH WECKE,
W. B. T. LOONEY.
Dec. 20, 1922. . 51-2* '
good and strong. We ship
, and will have plenty of
>n? Also, some ?ood Cpu?
i as cheap as they were
SELL OR SWAK *A
. Bauknight,
LA, S. C.
iy for Cash.
-.-,-,
SUMMONS FOR RELP?F.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
. George Seaborn, Plaintiff,
against /
Frank C. Alexander, Mrs. Fredda
'Ygungblood, Mrs. Inez Jaynos and
W. J. Schroder, in his own right
and aa Administrator of tho Estate
of T. E. Alexander, Deceased,
, Defendants.
(Copy Summons for Relief.--Com
plaint Servod.)
To tho Defendants Above Named:
-You aro hereby-au m m o nod and re
quired to answer tho Complaint In
this action, of which a copy is here
with sorved upon you, and to sorve
a copy of your Answer to the said
Complaint on the subscribers at their
ofTIco, on tho Public Square, at Wal
halla Court Ilouso, South Carolina,
within twenty days after tho service
hcroof, exclusivo of the day of such
servlco; and if you fail to anawor the
Complaint within the timo aforesaid,
tho Plaintiffs in this action will apply
to tho Court for the relief demanded
in tho Complaint.
Dated this 2 4th day of Novomber,
1922.
(Seal.) W. J. SCHRODER,
CC. P.
SH FLOR ft HUGHS,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
Dec. 20, 1022. Gill
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF.
Tho State of South Carolina,
County of Oconee.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
.lesso C. Novillo and Mack NevilTo, as
.Partners in Trndo, doing business
under tho Stylo and Firm Name of
Neville Brothers, Plaintiffs,
against
R. S. Nichols, Ella E. Nichols and J.
II. Wood, Defendants.
Copy Summons for Relief.- (Com
plaint Sorved.)
To tho Defendants Abovo Named:
..You aro heroby summoned and ro
quirod to answer ?tho Complaint in
tills action-, of which a copy is here
with sorvod upon you; and to serve a
copy of your Answor to tho said Com
plaint on tho subscribers, nt their
oillco on tho Public Sqparo, at Wal
halla Court Houso, South Carolina,
within twenty days a flor the sorvico
hereof, oxclusive of tho day of such
servlco; and if you fail to answor tho
Complaint within tho Hmo aforosald,
tho Plaintiffs in this action will npply
to tho Court for tho relief domandod
in tho Complaint.
Dated this Otb day of Docombor,
1922.
,(Soal.) W. J. SCHRODER,
C. C. P.
SHELOR & HUGHS,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
Dec. 2,0, 1022. Gill
? NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
CREDITORS.
All persons Indebted to the Estate
of Amos Sandors, Decoasod, are
hereby notified to make payment
to tho undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present tho same, duly attested,
within tho time prescribed by law,
or bo barred. f
MRS. HANNAH SANDERS,
Administratrix of tho Estato of Amos
Sanders, Deceased.
Doc. 20, 1?22. ' 51-2
- TOYLAND -
THE LARGEST COLLECTION OF
TOYS AND GIFTS IN WALHALLA.
BRING THE KIDDIES.
The People's Dept Store,
"BETTER GOODS FOR LESS."
LOCAL NEWS NOTES OF SENECA.
Dollogo Hoys and (?il ls Returning for
tho Holidays- Personals.
Seneca, Dec. 19.-Special: Misses
Prances Alexander and Lela Barron,
Lander College students; Miss Ber
nice BrowB and Frances Holleman, of
?hicora College, aro at home for the
Christmas season.
Mr. and Mm. James L, Lowery and
little daughter, Elizabeth, are to
leave to-morrow for their former
liome in Mississippi to spend Christ
mas with relatives. }
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Norton returned
the latter part of tho week from an
oxtended trip through North Caro
lina and Virginia. ,
Within the next few days there
will be a number of collogo girls and
boys tturning their -faces homeward
for the holidays. Misses Alico Ad
ams, Loiiiso Bryan, G. W. C.; Lucia
Nlmmons, Agnes Scott; Agnes Dick
son, Viola Mses, Donovan Dillard,
Winthrop; MnrshalD Dendy, Francis
Wallace, Presbyterian-College; Wal
lace Kay, Wofford; William Gaines,
lSmory; Kenneth M|attlson, Davis'
Sanders, Furman; Doderlck Holler,
G. W. Gignilllat, McGarvey Cox, Will
Anderson, Clarence Ellison and Fran
cis Carey, are among tho number nf
those from Seneca who ai'o oxpected
homo this week.
The next two weeks will bo Ulled
with happy holiday social affairs, and
the social calendar will be full to
overflowing; i
Misses Nell, Nancy and Ma.ry Hines
are expected homo to-day and to
morrow from* Mars Hill, N. C., Bish
opville and Chester, where they have
boon teaching tho past session.
Supt. and Mrs. J. P. Coats, with
their little daughter Elizabeth, will
spend the Christmas holidays In
Cross Hill with relatives.
Mrs. J. B. Pickett has been seri
ously ill at the homo of her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. R. Wright, of Green
wood, for ton days,, sufforlug from
pneumonia and sorious complica
tions. Her children "have all ' b?en
summoned to her bedside, and grave
fear is felt tty at she will not survive.
Mrs. Plcketl lived for many years
near Seneca, in the Bounty Land
community, until about three years
ago, when she went to Sandy Springs
,to make ber homevwJltbiner <laughterM
Mrs. Mac Mfllam, and was visiting
Mrs. Wright when stricken with this
serious illness. There are hosts of
friortds in Oconee who will anxiously
await news from her, who aro hoping
this dear old lady will rocovor. Little
hope is hold out by the attending
physician owing to her advanced
age, Dec. 18 having-boon her 79th
birthday.
Local Notes from Flat Shoals.
Walhalla, R.F.D. 2, Doc. 18.
Special: <Tbe health of this commu
nity is good at present and evorybody
ls looking forward to a bright Christ
mas.
Thore will bo a Christmas tree and
a Christmas program at the school
house on Friday night, Dec. 22d, be
ginning nt 7.30 o'clock. The public
is cordially invited to como.
Mr. and Mrs. Talma ge Wilson, of
near Westminster, visited tho lattor's
parents, Mr. and Mfrs. J. J. D. Cowan,
last week.
Mrs. Oscar Barrett, of Rosman, N.
C., is visiting relatives and friends in
this community.
L. Spurlock and family movod la3t
W60k from hore lo near Wasley, lt is
with much regret that wo give up
those good people. Mr. Spurlock was
one of our most substantial farmers
and his placo in tl o community will
bo hard to fill.
Wo regret also that Mr. and Mrs.
Kirkas aro moving from our midst.
Mrs. Chas. Ghant, of Rosman, N.
C., bas arrivod to spend tho holidays
with her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. J. L.
Crow, and among o4bor relativos and
fnlonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tow, of Salom,
visited nt#tho homo of M{r. and Mrs.
George Hoad rocently.
Mr. and Mrs. Rd, Anderson visited
rolntlves at Now Hopo last week-ond.
J. S. Bnrrott made a business trip
to North Carolina last week.
Jolly Fiddlers' Concerts.
Fiddlers* concerts will bo hold in
tho South Union school auditorium
on Wodnosday night, Doc. 27th, and
in tho Keowoo school auditorium on
Thursday night, Doc. 28tb, beginning
at 7.30 o'clock.
Thoso will bo your chancos to hear
prize-winning fl dd lora from Spartan
burg, Greenville and Bickens coun
ties, as well as many from our own
county of Oconee. Wo also expect the
Woodruff quartette. It's worth a dol
lar any time to hoar 'em sing, Come
and let's have a big Christmas to
gether. Admission feo 25 and 15c.
Proceeds lo go toward school Im
provements. W. W. Wost,
Manager.
Entertain incut at Earle's Grove.
Thoro win ie an ontario tn ion' "<?'
box supper i >u at. Marieka I").
High School on Prlday night, Doc. 2a.
Evorybody come and bring a box.
The procoods will bo used for fur
nishings for tho now building.
%; Toachors Earle's Grove School.
Contor Township Singers,
Tho Contor Township Singing As
sociation will ineot at Ea rio's Orovo
church next f?u'rlh Sunday, Dec. 21,
at 2 p. m. All singors and lovers of
muslo aro cordially invited.
J. W. S. King, Soc.-Troas.
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shoe sale will last until Jan. |
Riy, not bu/ some of your
nice pair of siloes for Xmas
J. H. Alley, West Union, S.
aro requested to announce
ir? will bo a Christmas tree
Knoll church on Dec. 25th,
?ock p. m. Quilo an Interest
tram IS belnt prepared, and
}y is invited to attend.
to 18 lbs. for $1.00; cheese
lb. Special prices on can
fl Christmas entertainments.
?fresh roasted coffee. Walk a
save a dollar. "JnynOs cuts
and sells tho goods.w-adv. j
and Mrs. J. S. Edmunds,' of
C., are rejoicing over tho
f a line baby boy,- who came
homo on Dec. 8th. The little
to bo called Jennings" Law
e ?8 a grandson of Mr. and
l;j. Edmunds, of York, S. C.
every one-dollar you Spend
ou get a chance at the beau
ulne Madame Hendren Tnlk
which is to bo given away
the ono holding Hie lucky
on Christmas morning. At
Ug Store, Walhalla.-adv.-tf
: are requested to announce
re Will bo a Christinas tree
Mehtodlst church next Sun
moon, Doc. 24th, at 3.30
ajfter ?he preaching servies.
LihvPatlon ls extended to'all
theso Christmas exercises,
dlosticits, electric lamps,
,'goods,. toilet articles, sta
Jeweb y, silver, baskets, flow
S, toys, fountain pens and
m Tne best goods for the
e at Bell's Drug Store, Wal
50,-adv.-tf.
Tied, at the r?sidence of J.
j ,at Salem, on Sunday, Doc.
12 o'clock m., Miss Tromie
Thad A. Wood. The groom
f Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wood
bride is a daughter of Mr.
,G, W. Land, all of Salem.
I couple have a host of
relatives, who wish for
and prosperous Jour
rbe. ceremony, W&B
l^re^Pfl^Woeni
--Unusually pretty new goods
specially priced-for gifts. Wo name
only a few: Holiday statl?nory Ja
cobs' candy, dainty sols of china ntl
out glass, baskets, statuary, flash
lights, pipes, razors, Jewelry, toilet
articles, walters, pictures. Hundreds
of other nice things for gifts. Come
in and see. Norman's Drug Store.
adv.
-In tho election hold yesterday
thoro were but 25 votes cast-18 be
ing against the annexation of Mid
way to Walhalla,and seven in favor
of annexation. Little Interest was ta
ken in tho matter except on tho part
of those directly interested in tho
question of coming into Walhalla.
Tho great consideration on the part
of the Midway peoplo was, we under
stand, an unwillingness to assume
tho high tax rato that is burdening
Hie people of Walhalla. . Only three
votes, we aro Informed, were cast by
residents! of Walhalla.
-Just received, a shipment of tho
well known High point buggies. Call
and get one. (If you ride, ride
right.) W. M. Brown, Walhalla, ,S.
C.-adv.-3 8-tf.
-Thoro oro many friends of Jos.
M. Hughs in Oconoo who will bo glad
to bear from him, and especially to
learn that he has recently received a
promotion In his work-at Martha's
Haven, Mass., where be lias been en
gaged for some time in connection
with tho Owen Farm, brooders of line
poultry. His latest promotion is to
the position of superintendent of this
well known farm, which is one .of tho
la i gest in tho entire world. Janies
M. Hughs is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Hughs, of Bichland, and a brother
of T. H. Tughs, of Walhalla. \
-Wo invito you to our store to
attend Hie Christpias opontng, begin
ning Nov. 15th. Wo have tho most
beautiful lino of gifts and Christmas
goods on display In \yalhnlla, and
tho price? aro right. Bell's Drug
Store.-adv.-tf.
- There aro hosts of friends in all
parts of Oconoo and in adjoining
Slates who will regret to loam that
Mrs. Mary N. Ansel is critically ill at
her homo bore. M(rs. Ansel bas been
ls a serious condition for some timo,
but for the past woek her rocovory
lias been despaired of, her condition
having become alarmingly worso.
No hopo for recovery ls hold out by
ber physicians, and the end may ho
expected at any time. Mrs. Ansol has
provon borself a true and tried friend
to hundreds in hpr long years of use
fulness, and wherever sho ls known
tho announcement of her serious con
df t ion will bring genuine sorrow.
-Wo will nhargo $3.50 per hale
fe; ginning this season, furnishing
ging and ties. We uso 2 and 2%
pound. Jute bagging and whole ties,
.lute hagging adds weight nnd makes
n neat bale. Wostmlnstor CM and
Fortilizoi Co.-adv.-35-tf.
-Tho managers of tho Peoplo's
Department Store havo boon run al
most to death Hie pant weok by cus
tomers who wanted to buy "somo of
those Cc, swoators.' By reason of
an error in tho odverlisomont In Tho
Courier last week these calls for fie.
sweaters woro made - in fun, of
coursol Tho quotation of pricoB was
?ft
Give Automobil
Christmas
r
' tyty THERE'S NOTHING MOR
?' ?H? YOU COULD GIVE FOR
tyty MEMBRANCE THAN AN
?H* TUBE, TIRE COVER, SP
tyty SET OF NEW SPARK PL
tyty CHAINS-Or, In fact, any
?J??|? tlio Car moro satisfactory
. tyty A FULL IA NE OF ALL T
IN STOCK.
Arthur
Walhal
"Chevrolet for Ec ono:
In reality "from 95c. to $3.50," ?nd
in the advertisement it appeard "from
05c. to $3.50." In aaothr part of the
advertisement tho figures "$1.50"
did not show up ns plainly as they
should have. We regret the errors,
as we try-to have such matters cor
rectly given, but errors will "slip by"
.desplto every precaution, now and
then.
-To Ront-Nico office rooms In
same building in which Bell Tele
phone Co. has Its office, on Main St.
Can rent you single office or suit of
rooms. Soe me at once if interested.
AT?ryv ?dejtir?bleviocation. > -.-wS?vMv*
Brown. 'Walhalla. S. C.^-adv.-tf.
-One of the most eleborate affairs
of tho season was tho banquet ten
dered the Walhalla football leam and
tho High School "cheer leaders" by
tho Chamhor of Commerce last Fri
day evening at the Alexander Hotel.
The dining room was tastily deco
rated in purplo and white, the school
co'lors, and the long tablo where the
players and cheor girls wore seated,
was uniiBunlly attractive, the center
piece being a genuine football In tho
school colors. Candelehra wero burn
ing at either end of tho table and
dainty hand-painted placo cards of
football design wore nt each guest's
plato. A tempting inonu was served.
M\usic was furnished by Miss Ruth
Martin and tho "cheer girls." Mayor
Jarnos M. Moss actod as toastmaster
for tho evening in bis usual happy
manner. Short and peppy speeches
woro made by Coach Singleton, Man
agor Booro and Capt. Lynn Davis for
tho school, whilo Lowis.C. Harrison,
J,. B. S. Dendy, M. R. McDonald, H.
R. Hughs Revs. Barr and Langston,
and others, responded for the Chum
bor of Commorco Tills ploasant af
fair was given in appreciation of the
splendid roc.ords of tho team this
year, and moro than sovonty-five en
thusiastic guosts wore present.
-Wo will charge $3.50'per balo
for ginning this'season, furnishing
bagging and Hes. We uso 2 to. 2 im
pound jute bagging and wholo' ties.
Jute bagging adds woight and makes
a neat bale. Schaeffer Gin Co., West
minster, S. C.-adv.-35.-tf.
Earle's Grove Local Notes.
Westminster, R. F. D., Dec. 18.
Miss Myrtle Richey is visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richey.
Wo understand she will ho in this
community about two weeks.
Mr. and Mlrs. La foy Whitfield, of
Cross Roads, wore tho week-end
guests of tho latter's mothor, Mrs. J.
W. Ables.
Mr. and Mrs. Elinor Richardson
delightfully entertained the young
peoplo of this community at a fruit
supper dust Friday night. A nice time
is roported by all presont.
.Earle's Orovo school will closo on
next Friday, Dec. 22, for tho Christ
mas holidays. On Friday night thore
will be an entertainment and a box
supper. Everybody invited.
? Wo are sorry to hoar of the Illness
of Mrs. L, M. Richey. Her many
friends hope for her early recovery.
T. B. Ables made a business trip to
Seneca Inst Saturday.
Miss Suo Ellon Cox and Mrs. Bea
trice Blackman, tenchors is Earle's
Grovo school, spent Ibo weok-ond
with th ir pa ron ts.
Notice to Trustees.
Thero will bo a mooting of Oconoe
County Trustees' Association on next
Friday, Doc. 22d, at 10 a. m., at the
Court House. Each and overy tiustoo
4n tho county ls 'oxpectod to attobd.
Sevoral speakers have boon Invited.
-, Respectfully, L. C. Spearos..
Ancient Egyptians worshipped the
I crocodile whilo living and mummified
I it V/hon dead.
e Accessories for
5 Presents
E APPROPRIATE THAT
A NICE CHRISTMAS RE
AUTOMOBILE CASING,
or LIGHTS, HORNS, A
UGS, GOOD PAIR \VEEI>
Accessory that will make
In every way. WE DAVE
HESE ARTICLES NOW
Brown,
la, 5. C.
mical Transportation/*
BOUNTY LA ND-RIOHLAND NEWS.
Mrs. J. R. Pickett Seriously 111-A
Number or Flu Cases Reported.
Bounty Land, Dec. 18.-Special:
Thore is quito a good deal of sick
ness in this community, a number ot
casos being victims of "flu."
Every membor of the family - of"
Gus Jamos has influenza except tho
oldest son, a lad of about 13. Tho .
family is hoing carod for by near -
neighbors.
The entire community and. friends ...
,eJ%pmvhero..Qf ..J.
saddened on hearing the'? nov?? pr nov
serious illness of pneumonia. Mir?.i^
Pickett, who has made her home for
tho past several years with herk
daughter, Mrs. A. M. Milam, in San
dy Springs, loft a few weeks ago to
visit another daughter, Mrs. J. R.
Wright of Greenwood whero she is
now confined to hor bed suffering
from both pneumonia and lakago of
tho hoart and little hopo ls enter
tained for her recovery.
Prank Marett who has been en
gaged in the carpenter's trade for
the past two weeks is at homo until
Jan. 1st.
Tho Long Crook students, Charles
Cater and Misses Sara Calor and Etta
Adams, will he in their respective
homes here tho latter part of tho
week for the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. G. A. Lynch has boon quito
indisposed for sevoral days. Wo hopo
sho will soon ho convalescent.
Tho many friends of Miss Eula
Rankin, will be rejoiced to loam that
sho returned Saturday from tho An
dorson Hospital whore she had been
confined for ovor six w?oks, having
undergone quito a' serious/ operation.
Wo hope for hor ontlro recovery.
Llfilo Margaret, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Wilson, is quito ill
of pneumonia. A physician was call
od yestordny, and lt is hoped tho lit
tle one will soon he well.
Burgess McDonald had tho misfor
tune of breaking a leg last Wednes
day while playing hall at Richland
school. Wo hope, howevor, that tho
young man will not lose all tho anti
cipated pleasures of the coming Yule
tide, but will soon recover from his
injuries.
Mrs. S. B. Wyly and two sons, of
Seneca, spent sovoral days last wook
with lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Marett. Tho two boys wore ill dur
ing their stay, but aro convalescent.
Misses Mattlo Sue Marott and Em
ily Corbin havo hoon omployed ns
salesladies in Max Udon's dry goods
storo at Soneca for sovoral Saturdays
past.
Both tho Richland and l?ounty
?Land schools will colobrnte Christ
mas by erecting a Christmas ti co on
next Friday nftornoon in oaeh school.
Tho pupils oro jubilant with antici
pation.
Mrs. A. S. Rollins arrived Satur
day for a few days' visit to her per
ont8, Mr. and M|rs. D. A. Perrltt. Mrs.
Rollins ls returning from quito a
pleasanL-tiip to Chicago, Indianapo
lis and Cleveland, and will.leave for
her homo In Charleston Wednesday.
Wo regret to loam that Mrs. W. T.
Hubbard, who has been suffering
from Influenza, ls not rocovorlng as
rapidly as lt was hoped that she
might. We Join with numerous other
frlonds In tho hopo for her early re
covery.
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Hubbard and
children have all been quito indis
posed, but aro better,
C. K. Rankin, of Jordanin, visited
his, mother, Mrs. R. N. Rankin, Sun
day.
Our Winthrop gilla, Misses Olivo
Lynch, Willie McDonald and Ida
Beth Doylo, are expeotod Thursday
to spend tho holidays with their re
spective paronts in tho ouir.munity.
Happy Christmas and a prosperous
Now Yoar to Tho Courior force and
to all Tho Courior roadersl

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