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I 1 tt ???? || MOND I! Pin. ft u u fx xx 1 Rudo ff it J? ff ?? ELII XX I "Bei XX ? TT 1 Tlu If A GUAR U ADM vv H SHO1 ft " y !! Where is ;i Born Kin> I i ft : *>.. :; jr :: % '' .$ #' v-y.i ii ! HH 1 % J ;; v . ..< ; Jj[&' :; %#*? ***\ | **""5 I ; These are the g\ jr give; and if so be I gifts to be given t I CITIZEN: k Rubles Now Cheaper Than Ever Moscow, Dee. 23.?The Russian ruble continues constantly to decline, and as a result the price of every commodity in Russia has increased. ' fc HAL AY AND TUESDAY ia Swansor AND Iph Yalentii IN \OR GLYNN'S Yond > Rock ANTEED ATTRACT ISSION 20c AND 40c WS: 2-4-6-8-10 aTa ATA aTa aTa aTa. A^A i * I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1-HH-frI I 1 1 I 11 1 11 He that is g of the l AS THE WI HIM WITH GIF! u/c n\m Liiiur i TTL 11111/ 1I11T1 1 LET US, TH1 COMPETITORS GIFT OF RESP H WILL. 1 LET US GIVI f MERS THE GIF FULNESS AND LET US GIV! BORS THE Gl BRGTKERLINES; AND LET US WHO WILL AC( OF GLADNESS I ifts that our Christmc we merit them, we \ o us. S NATION* M n M t i > 111 ii 11 1111. |. Since November 1, the prices on food have gone up 72 per cent and on clothing and other wearing apparel 60 percent, while wood, which is extensively used in Russia as fuel, has advanced more than a hundred percent. During the same period the . .v*' * TO [ I |?= THI 10 MANAGE EMI A VH AN s" ION A^A A^A. A^A A^A. y A'^ y A1^ ^A" y A "y i 11111111 111 n- ^ 3 b NS SE MEN SOUGHT ^ .S, EVEN SO MAY :! HROUGH GIVING. :: | \ ir iN, GIVE TO OUR j: ' IN BUSINESS THE j| S ECT AND GOOD ?n i :: g TO OUR CUSTO- j r OF TRUE HELP- ' * GOOD FAITH. }S E TO OUR NEIGH- } ? [FT OF SINCERE | S. nivrn ? ? ? - - J. I J UIVL 1U ALL MEN | CEPT IT THE GIFT :: VND GOOD CHEER. is greeting would would wish these \L BANK I nun ii ?i i ii 11 rate of exchange has gone up only 1K nor/?o?> T * ? *T * , ... in November the'l dollar brought 25.000,000 rubles. 8 Elihu Yale, the founder of Yale I college is said to have been th* I first man in England to conduct a J sale by auction. |MI . lit " 1 y^Tyyvvvvw T I E R1ALT0 THEAl MENT AND EAC1 >LOYEES WISH 1 IY MERRY. CHRI! V D ANEW YEAR HEALTH HAPPINESS AND PROSPERS "T m df,. * PECI/L ADVERTISEMENT lIITOM?TITT IP. PnBFQ Mi A1V1II f U.V to $20.0 at the Peoples Supply C 1566-: 'OR REsfT?Three nice rooms < South Pinckney. Can get posse sion at once. Edr terms apply las. L-R||^^me 230-J. ltj ksks Ro^^al of Huge Drydock to Manil Manila, P. I., Dec. 23.?Steps ha een taken by Governor Gener /ood to induce the United Stat overnment to transfer the float!) rydock "Dewey" at Olongapo, S ie Bay, to Manila, as part of a pli j make Manila the foremost po i the Far East. The governor ge ral took up the matter through tl ureau insular affairs at Washin >n and it is said the war and na' e part meats will decide the praci ability of its moving. "The transfer of the navy drydo )ewey' to Manila," said Govern eneral Wood, "will add greatly ic shipping facilities here and i identally make Manila the termin ort of the Far East. The Unit tates Shipping Board ships as w s others could come here and u he drydock." It is estimated that it would cc pproximately $250,000 to remo he drydock from its present loc ion at Olongapo to Manila. MERRY CHRI To all our friend good wishes for a have honestly tried ice, full weight an< customers. That these aims is proves customers continue come to us. Our g will strive in the fut tion for square de May the season spiritual blessings a of material fatnau. YOUR SIANDERS-FOT "Oar *?" la at the of a* *1 it*' .'' no v # ORE i of rrs I rou >TMAS ^tj OF f] - . J 1 , * i . . 5 ' . * S Serbia Votes $15,000,000 )0 For Armamanta o. Belgrade, Serbia, Dec. 28.?A 3t credit of $15,000,000 has been voted ? uy tne national Assempiy, in secret >n session, to be used for arttipipenU. a- In an official statement It is explained to out that the oountry must be pre >d pared for any emergency. Notica I* The regular annual meeting of the stockholders cf The Bank of Union. ve Union, S. C., mil be held in the office ?1 f the Bank on Wednesday, January e3 'Oth, 1923, at twelve (12) o'clock jg noon. C. C. Sanders, u- <>67-3t President. lrt Sale of Gipay n- Smith Tabernacle he On Monday, January 1st, the sam< g being salesday, we will offer for sal to the highest bidder, for cash, th< Gipsy Smith Tabernacle as it now stands located on the lots opposite the Court House in the City of Union or S. C. This includes all lumber usee in the erection of the tabernacle n" together with all seats, benches, and ial >ther equipment. Purchaser will b. ed required to move the tabernacle of) eW -he lots wjthin two (2) weeks from, date of purchase. Terms cash. >st C. C. Sanders, >ve B. F. Alston, Jr., a- L. E. McAlpine, . 1307-3t Committee. STMAS TO YOU! I s and patron* wo extend joyous Christmas. We I to render faithful servd honest measure to our we have not failed in i by the fact that our old . with us and new ones r&titude is deep* and wo ure to sustain our reputaaling. bring to you numberless nd an abundant measure GROCERS HER COMPANY Jwr and of tho tela phono." 1 v # I WEDNESDi A kgnes Ay AND Jack He ?IN 10UGH AND PAID f A PARAMOUI SPECIAL ATTRAI %%%%%%%X%%%%%%?S6XS63696X96X36S6S TO ALL i j our friends and patr / B t?r 8 Merry, Me-ry ^ that great joy may b 4 best wishes are yours I A No Oi s : * : | V g E ^ May the year ahead / and health to you a ^ "You ir* stranger ii ! THE BANK / I ? > T P good wishes ai | assured that we < I We extend to al sincere appreciation of th WE have tried realize that worthy succei purpose erecting an endur up to achieve success in good willl and coopera'ion TO all we extern loaded <with ma tunes, nememo FARMERS' BA1 I wm??i?? The Territory of Hawaii consist* of nine inhabited islands besides a number of smaller ones. ii l Y I 'PPR || 11 >lt li r (/ if or 1 jt il 11 fX HON !| ona we extend our best wishes A T | Christmas. We sincerely trust */ e in every heart. Onr good, our i ' tte tppreclates the ties of true \ riendship more than do we. Our J access has been largely the re* \ ult of our possesaion of true | ricnds, friends whose "word is J heir bond." \ I bring prosperity, happiness j nd yours. / a this bank but tKe." * OF ONION _ _ _ _. re worth any*hing to you, rest avtenH thorn In ? .mvmi uw?t v jr uicaiuro. 1 our friends and patrons oar eir patronage. ? ( to serve you faithfully. Wa service is the keynote of all ?s. Upon that foundation wi irig business. You have helped the past, and we bespaak your i in the future. 1 greetings. May the year be ny blessings and few misforer that we are here to serve. r YK & TRUST CO. I Fire loeeet In the United Steles end Canade during June of this jeer amounted to 924JMMJM#. .