THE NEWNAN HERALD, NEWNAN, GA. t FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1921.
County News Items
Interesting facts Gathered During tho Week by
Mr. ond Mrs. T. M. Moore and chil
dren, of LaG range, were guests of Mr.
mid Mrs. W. T. Moore fork few days
Mr. mid Mvs. \V. B. Cook mid elillilron
visited rolotlvos in Graiitvllln Sunday.
Mrs. H. B. Arnold null children were
with relatives in Nmvmin Sunday.
Miss Elisabeth Wise entortulflod a
number of her friends ot h sponil-tho-iliiy
party Inst Tuesday.
Mr. N. A. dones, of West Point, Vis
ited Mr. W. T. "Moore and family Sun
Mrs.. Job. A. Ball and baby left last
.Thursday for tliclf honie at Newport
Nows, Vn„ after an extended visit to
Mrs. Ada McWilliams,
Miss Mnryboth Hurst., who 1b toneblng
at Pnirbiirn, is with lior parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Terrell Hurst, for the .holidays.
Mrs. A. E, Stltli speut last Thursday
Miss Lyuda Lnssottor, of JoncsvlUg,
8. C.. and Mrs. Fate Stovall, of Mont
gomery, Aln„ aro spending tlio holidays
with Mf8.' H. .1. Lassetter and Miss Bes
NJisa Lillian Wyclie, of Athens, is
with her parents, Mr, and Mrs( Ed
Wycho, for the holidays.
Miss Lottie Nnsli, of Atlanta, is
spending her Christmas vacation with her
parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Will Nash.
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Nush, of Atluntn,
ure guests this wook of Mr. and MrH.
Will Nush and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Reed.
Miss Olivo Clmmblcss, of Clinton, 8.
C., is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
dim Chnmbless, for tho holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Loviuk Taylor and Mr.
Will Taylor of Atlanta, Miss ,/anio Tay
lor of Whiteslmrg, and Miss Louise
Taylor of Brooks, aro spending the hol
idays with Dr. and Mrs. John Tnylor.
Among t,hb visiting young inon ut
homo for tho holidoys aro Messrs, 11. S.
McWilliams, Bon Fuller, Lewis Lnssot-
ter mid Julinn Byrd of Atluntn, Mr.
Ituyno NorriB of Riollnipnd, Vn„ Mr.
Curtis Bold of Chnttnnoogii, Mr. Vorliii
Reid of Newnnu, Mr. Port Null of Bal
timore. Md., Mr, Charlie Nall of North
Carolina, Mr. doe Will Latimer of Har
ris, Mr. Marvin Mnssey of Coliuulms,
Mr, Hubert Phillips of Pnirbiirn, Messrs.
Mercer Patterson, Johnnie Garrett, Paul
Dunlap mid Glenn Bradbliry of Locust
Grove Institute, Mr. Win. Davis of Mar
tha Berry*School, Messrs. Klsov Harda
way and Byron Puller of Nowmih. -
Mrs. Lula White, of Atlaiitn, is the
guest of Mrs. W. 1. Upshaw and Mrs.
I. 0. Albright for tho holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. N. If. Upshaw, jr.; of
Birmingham, Ala., nro visiting Mr. N,
H. UjiBlmw, sr„ and Mrs. Job. Gllbort
for the holidays.
Mr. mid Mrs. O. P. Alien and children,
of Atlanta, spout several days boro tho
[Mist, week with Mr. Alloa Chandler and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Chandler.
Miss Prancena Davis, of Atluntn, is
tho guest this week of her . sister, Mrs.
■1. U. MeKoon.
MIsb Magdalene Hindsmaii, of Athens,
is with Mr. and Mrs. John Mitulsnlmi for
her Christmas vacation.
Miss La Rue Brnswoll, of Locust Grovo
Institute, is at homo for the holidays.
Miss Annie Dora Bradbury, who iH
teaching at Mogmisvllle.ms the guest of
Mrs. Vunco York for'tho holidays.
Mrs. Alvan Chmullor and children aro
spending tlie holidays with Mr. and Mvs.
Jus. Estes, in Newnnn.
Mr, and Mrs. Lovlck Sowell and Miss
Irene Sowell- have ns guests for tho holi
days Miss Estelle Justiaa of Gay,
Miss Dorothy Sorrels of Houston, Texas,
(the latter a elnssninto of .Mias Sowell
at Wosloymi Coliogo, Macon,) Mr. and
Mrs, Warron Scwoll of ’Hogmisvillo, and
Mrs. Lon Sowell of Lone Onk.
Mr. mul Mvs. Oscar Albright and sons,
■of LnGriuigp, wore guests Monday of
Mrs, I. O. Albright.
Miss Bcssiu Couch entertained with a
little party for hot Sundny-school class
"Tuesday evening, A sweet course was
served nfter some juvenile amusements.
Mr. aAd Mrs. Ed Avora, of Atlanta,
are guests this week of "Mr. and Mrs. .Too
Miss Christine Martin, of Turin, is
visiting hof cousin, MiBs Elsie Wilson.
Mr. ,T. U. MeKoon OUtorthiUPd with
-u rook party Monday evcn.lng for his
Sunday-school cluss. After sevornl in-
teresting games, with music interspersed,
a sweet course was servod,
Th “tacky party" given Tuesday
evening, under the auspices of tho
Paront-Tcncher Association, was quite n
success. There was much merriment over
the funny costumes, mid nil kinds of old-
fashioned games wore enjoyed,
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Tho ontortninmolit given by Mr. and
Mrs. Vollie Howard Friday night was
greatly eajoyod by tlioso present.
Mr. mij Mrs. Jolmn Bcnvers, nf Mt.
Carmel, were guests of relatives here Sun
Misses Mattie Pearl and Gussio How
ard, of Sargent, spent a few days with
Mv. and Mrs. Vollie Howard lust wook.
Mr, J. W. Story, ar„ and son, Alvin,
of Mt. Carmel, and Mr. Grady Robison,
of Newnan, spent Tuosday with Mr. mid-
Mrs. J. T. Story.
Miss Louise Story spent a few days
this week with Miss Katharine Story, at
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Story, of
Wliitesburg, were guests of Mr. and
Airs. Vollie Howard Tuesday.
The goose dinner given by Air. and
Mrs. W. B. Story Monday was much
sm,joyed by their guests.
Airs. M. L. Story, of Mt. Carmel, vis
ited Mrs. Walter Story Tuesday,
The party given by Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmie Story Tuesday night was much
enjoyed by both young and old.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Grimes visited
Mr. and Mrs. John Bcavors. at Mt, Car
The defendant, accused of stealing
ehickens, had been duly examined in
court, and at the conclusion the judge
‘ ‘ As I understand it, Sam, you entered
the hen-house, and then, deciding to re
sist- temptation, loft it. Is that cor
rect t ’ ’
“Yessuh, Judge. Dues ’bout right."
“In that case, can you explain how
two of the hens wore missbig?"
“It wub jos’ dis way, J edge. 1 took
’em. I reckoned I wuz entitled to dot
many fo’ leavin’ de res’. ’’
Every* man and woman in the world
lias made love, at some time or other, but
It is still in demand.
Most everybody here is having u merry
Miss Boyce Rowland dosed her school
here on Thursday of last week and is
spending tho holidays with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Summerlin and
little daughter spout Saturday night and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Sowell, ’
.Mr. mid Mrs. L. P. Sowell and ohil
dron were spend-tlio-day Rousts of rola-
tlvos nt Wliitesburg Monday.
Mr. Tom Ferrell, of Happy Valley,
Hpont tho wook-ond with Mr. Onnle Lam
Mr. C'lins. Dukes returned home Tues
(lily, lifter spending several days with
Mr, Harris Dukes, at Happy Valley.
Misses Lillie Maude, Emma Kate .ind
Mnttio Lou Lumbert spoilt Monday night
and Tuosday with tho Misses Dukes at
Happy Vnlloy, mid attended a party
given by Miss Mario Brimer Monday
Aliss Lueile Snndurs, who is teaching
at Sliorpsburg, is sponding tho holidays
with her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. T. B,
Mr. Errett HaycB attended n reception
Monday givon by Miss Georgia Starr,
of Roseoo, in honor of Miss Sura Starr,
a bride-oloct of January.
Aimt Slide Nowtoa is sponding tho
holidays with relatives la Soiioin.
Mr. and Mrs. Mue Walker, of Sargent,
aro visiting relatives liore.
Mr. und Mrs. Relit. Moore, of Locust
Grovo, Miss Boyce Rowland, MIbs
Gladys Moore and Mr. L, B. Millions, of
Ncwimn, woro among -the visitors nt
Macedonia Sundny-school Sunday after
Mr. T. P. Jones visited Mr. Marlon
Sowell, at Happy Vnlloy, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edison Eidson and sons,
of Palmetto, spent the wook-ond with
Mrs. Jim McAllister, Mr, and Mrs.
Paul McAllistar and Mrs. Dan Byors
anil Hons, of Carroll county, visited Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Lambert Friday after
Mr. mid Mrs, Homy Brooks, of At
lanta, are sponding the holidays with
tho latter *s parents mul other relatives
Mr. mid Mrs. Wolch Sowell and chil
dren are visiting relatives in Atlanta.
Mr. and Airs. Tom Seivoll attended a
family reunion Tuesday at the homo of
Ids brother, Mr. .1. C. Sewell,, at Roseoo,
Air. and Mrs. W. 11, Summerlin spent
Monday night mid Tuesday with tho
latter’s parents at Moreland.
ATr. and Mrs. Eddio Roy Hydo and
littlo daughter, of Columbus, aro visiting
Wo wish everybody a happy and pros
perojis New Year.
Airs. Janie Mathews and little daugh
ter, of Grmitvlle, urc visiting Mrs. W.
B. Cook this week.
Mr. Robt. Walker, of Moreland, is
visiting relatives here.
Mi>. mid AlrB, T, H. Grimes, from nonr
Handy, wore guosts of Mr, J. K. Wise
and family for a few days this week.
Dr. R. E, Brown mul wife mid Mrs.
Peak of Atlanta, Mr. Luther Brown of
lollcgo Pork, Rev. \V. E. Brown mid lit
tle daughter of Inman, and Mr. P, II.
Brown of Camp Bragg, N. C„ were
guests of Misses Annlo and Emma Brown
luring tho holidays.
Miss Annie lain Coggin, of Atlanta,
visited homofolks hero this week.
Mr. mid Mrs. L, M. Smith and chil-
Iron, of Anniston, Ala,, me visiting Mr.
and Mrs, J. C. Herring this week.
Miss Latlimn Loiigino, of Atlantn, is
tho guest of Mrs. J, K. Boavors.
Our young pooplo enjoyed several nice
social affairs during the holidays, and
ovorybody seemed imbued with ,tho Christ
ians spirit. -
Mr. mul Airs. Floyd Ferrell and little
son, of Coliogo Park, arid Mr. and Mrs.
Graily Roberts, of Atlanta, spent the
weok-ond with Mr, mul Mrs. J. TV Fer
Mr. Jim Crnwforil mid daughter of
,'nssville, Air. B. C. Redwino of Ln-
Grmigo, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Redwiao,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Redwino mul cliil
(Iron, Messrs. Earl and Don Redwino of
A + lnutn viultn/1 f.linh* Wnt.llftV ' IVTvm f,.
Atlanta, visited their mother, ’ Mrs. L,
Redwino, during tho holidays.
Miss Lonnetto Smith, of Hnppy Val
ley, is visiting relatives and friends here
Tl.io writer wishes nil The Herald read
era' not only a happy and prosperous
Nqw Year, but tlint tho Christ -spirit
may nbiile with us all throughout the.
yours to como.
Mt, J. W. Meriwether, Air. Otis Broad
water and Mr. E. M. Smith, of Nownuri,
wore In our community on a' hunting
Mrs. Ed Millinns, of Welcome, spout
Tuesday with Mrs. Kato.Davis.
Mvs. Fannie Thomas visited Mrs. J'.
W, Meriwether, in Newnan, Tuesday.
Mrs. II, B. Jackson, accompanied by
Airs. Ed Brown, of Corner Branch, is
visiting relatives in' Atlanta this week.
Mr. .and Mrs. Alfred Lazenby enter
t-alnod at dinner on Ohristmns Day. Tlioir
guosts included Mr. and Mrs. Bill Love
lady and daughter, Clyde, of Handy;
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis and daughter,.
Christine, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fin
cher and daughters,’ Ratio Lee and Myr
Miss Martha Fincher, Miss Annie
Ruth Davis and Mr. Holland Jackson,
who aro attending school in Newnnn,
tire sponding the holidays with home-
Miss Johnnio Millions, of Welcome, is
spending u few days with her cousin,
Miss Annie Ruth Davis.
Air. and Mrs. W. H. Movlwothor spent
Atondny with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Meri
wether, in Newnnn.
Miss Atartha Flnuhor spoilt Christinas
Day with Miss Annie Bello Chnndlor, in
Now Hope community.
Air. Johnnie Pritchett, who is travel
ing for tho Star Soap Co., is spending
tho holidays with his sister, Mrs. R. L.
Air. and Mrs. Alayunrtl Dingier, of
Bethel, spout tho wook-ond with Mr. mul
Airs. Will Fnrlow,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis spent Mon
day with Mr. mul Mvs. Lewis Pritchett
Dr. nnd Airs. H. B. Jackson and ehil
dron were weok-ond guests of Mr, and
Mrs. Eddie Brown, at Corner Branch.
Aliss Martha Fincher, accompanied by
Miss Annie*' Bello Chandler, Mrs. Jennie
Aim* Thompson, Mossrs. Bon Davis and
Roy Chmullor, of Now Hope, visited
Airs. Odd Houston, at Moreland, Tues
The Christmas tree at Bethel church
waa much enjoyed by both old and
Air. ami Mrs. J. F. Bailey, of New
nan, spout the week-end with relatives
Misses Ruby and Othello Roberts md
AH. Carl Brooks, of Haralson, spent
Sunday afternoon with friends in our
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bailey and Mr.
Paul Bailey speut Tuesday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Bailey, near Newnnn.
Miss Ruth Hardin and Mr. Harry Har
din, of Atlanta, spent tho week-end with
Air. and Airs. W. A. Bailey ami baby
spent tlie- week-end with relatives near
Alisses Ethol and Lueile Hubbard, of
Farmdnle, were .guests of Mrs. J. W.
Air. Paul Bailey spent Mondny with
Mr. Carl Brooks, near Haralson.
Mr. Albert Crawford visited hia
mother, Mrs. Bill Crawford, near Haral
son, this week.
Mr. .las. Brittain, of Newnan.-is vis-
Ring his sister, Mrs. IV. A. Bailey.
place and show cause, If eny they have,
why tin- prayer of tho bnnltrupt .lor
dlHQlmrgo should not lie grunted.
O. C. FULLER. Clerk.
By virtue of an order of the Court
of Orillnary-of said county, granted at
the December term, 1921, of said Court,
will be sold before tlie eourt-liOuau
door of said county, on the Hrst Tues
day In January, 1922, within the legal
hours of Hale, the following property
of,tho estate of Mrs. Agnes L. Reese,
One lU karat solitaire diamond ling,,
and one % karat solitaire diamond
ring. Also, one-stxth undivided Inter
est of Mrs. Agnes L, Reese In anil to
certain ronl estate In the .town’of Hous-
tonyllle. Ky„ said property consisting
of a house and lot situated at the
corner of Main and Good streets, In
said town, fronting on Main street 100
feet and running buck 300 feot, on
which property Is a 0-room dwelling.
Torms of sale—CASH, This Dee. 7,
1021. Prs. fee ?G.48.
B. A. REESE, Administrator.
Mi - . D. A. Dougherty is Bpending
Some time with relatives in Alabama.
Mr. ami Mrs. M. Reeso, of Atlanta,
spent tho holidays with tlig latter’s pu-
onts, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Houseworth.
Born, on t|ie 27th ins(,, to Mr. and
Airs. 0. E. Roberts—a daughter.
Mr. T, Cl Brack is visiting relatives
none Clem this week.
Tho many friends of Air! L. J. Hem
breo and fnmily are dolighted to have
them back in the village. They are loca
ted at 76 Field street.
Mr. Otis Smith, of Trion, is visiting
his brother, Mr. P. A. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker,. ,of Grunt
ville, .are visiting tho Iqtter parents,
Mr. nnd All’s. W. J. Lott.
Air, W. T. Houseworth, of AtlaivMi,
was in tlife city a short time.Tiioisrii',.''af
Air, Charlie Dougherty is-bpciidfig, tho
week with relatives in CarrolL county
mid Alabama. i
Rov. G. W. .Tories will fill Ids ’tegular
appointment at Mills Chapel next' Satur
day night and Sunday. We are inform
ed that Mr. H. H. 'Haines.,will bo or
dained to tho ministry on Sunday. Ev
erybody invited to meet with us.:
Mr. Lee Holder, of Trion, Is spending
tho holidays with honiofolks iu-'the vll
hiK«- ■ ’-J:
We stand together at another, fullnesri
of time; perhaps it is a fullnosa in which
material thingB, tho mundane things, bulk
largest. l’orlinps it is a time In which
Oonfidenco in the human seems to excel
confidence in the divine. It is becoming
ineroasingly evident that thorep must
speedily come to men the visions of life
and roal values as they find their finer
arid largor interpretation of Him whose
birth the world celebrates at Christmas.
There is a tragic, if inarticulate, ^Appeal’
being made today for a return to the
homelier, stronger and truer thiugs of,
life; wo are looking, for a new birth ol
goodness that shall restore our lost‘peace
(ind bririg baek again to earth the deeper
satisfaction of thq human hpart.r-Jas,
” Freeman. 'S
NOTICE OK APPRAISEMENT.
To MrH. "Virginia H. .Tones, admin
istrator with the will annexed of the
estate of Mrs. Snltie C. McGee, .de
ceased; J. A. Stephens. Tax Collector
of said county: H. J. Fullbrlght, State
Tax Commissioner, and Mrs. Virginia
II. Jones, of Madras, Coweta county,
On.; John Edward Halfacre. Louisville,
Miss,, Rt. B; H. A. Holtacre, Loulsvlllei
Miss.; Mrs. Nora Cornell, Meridian,
Aliss.: Mrs. Eva Bloodworth, Bossburg,
Miss.; Henry O. Halfaore, Macon, Miss.;
J. T. Halfaore, Morldlan, Miss.: H. E.
Perkins, Kelso, Ark.; M. C. Perkins,
Kelso, -Ark.; Mrs. Sallle White. Stallo,
Miss,; Wolford B. Jenkins, Louisville,
Miss.: B. W. Halfaore, Brighton, Ala,;
Ira E. Halfacre, Brighton, Ala.; Airs.
Kellie Johnson, Brighton. Ala.; .Took
C, Halfaere, Bessmer, Ala.; Mrs. Jim
Bransby, Ponlarville! Miss.; Trustees of
Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton, S. C.;
Trustees of Methodist Orphans', -Home,
Decatur, Go.; Mrs. Fannie Baker; Airs.
Sarah B. Almond: Mrs. Lizzie Chand
ler; Ruby Unjdiaw; Lizzie AJay John
son; Mrs. Erftt Halfaore Henry: All’s.
Sallle Jenkins Aleeks; Airs. Mildred
Afeeks Terrell; Leverett .Tonkins: Sa
rah, Frances. Louise, Bartow and Deito
Jenkins; G. E. Jenkins; Myrtle Jenkins;
■SaUle Jenkins White; Airs. Addle Bul
lock Forroll; J. T. McGee: Alelvtn Afc-
Geo; Mary-E. Wilson; Mattie Barfleld
ojid Andrew McOee—helrs-at-law and
legatees of Mrs. Sallle C. McGee, ’de
ceased, and all others of interest:
Yhu and each of you are hereby no
tified that on the 5th day of January,
1922, at the court-house of said county,
nt 9 o'clock a. m„ the undersigned, us
the duly appointed appraisers to value
all of the property, belonging to the
estate of Sallle C. BleGee, deceased, late
of- said county, subject to the Inheri
tance tax under the laws of said State,
will appraise all of the property of
said estate subject to said tax accord
ing to the provisions of the law. Tills
the 13th day of December, 1921.
1' F. AI. BRYANT,
G. W. MEYER,
J. W. OWENS,
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cover a use for weeds the pesky ii
would stop growing.
T HE racking, agonizing rheumatic
ache is quickly relieved by an ap*
plication of Sloan's Liniment.
For forty years, folks all over the
world have found Sloan’s to be the
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It penetrates -without rubbing.
You can just tell , by its healthy,
stimulating odor that it is going to do
Keep Sloan's handy for neuralgia,
sciatica, lame back, stiff joints, sore
muscles, strains and sprains.
At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40.
Makes Sick Skin s
One of Dr.Eobson'a
healthy complexion use freely
Notice or Dlecharge In Bankruptcy.
Ill the District Court ot the United
Statea. for the Northern District
No. 715B. In Bankruptcy.
In re Charles A. King, trading ns King
Ton Cent Co.. Bankrupt. '
petition for discharge having been
filed In conformity with law by above
named bankrupt, and the Court hav
ing ordered that the hearing upon said
petition be had on January I I. 1922, nt
ten o’clock a, m. at the United States
District Court-room, in the city of At
lanta. Georgia, notice is hereby given
to alt creditors anil other persons in
Interest to appear at said time and
old, nnd one black horse mule about
12 years old—said mules being now In
possession of W. B. Harris. Levied
on ns the property of Eph Vessel, prin
cipal. and W. B. Harris, security, to
satisfy a fl.ta. Issued from the City
Court of Newnnn tn favor of Rorii
Lee Hill vs. the said Eph Vessel, prin
cipal. and W. B. Harr s. scourlty. De
fendants In II. fa. notified In terms of
the lnw. Levy made by S. AI. AIc-
Clendon, IV. C.. anil turned over to me.
This Jan. 25, 1921. Prs. foe, *1.92.
Also, at the same time and place,
one Summers rubber-tire buggy, one
Jackson C. Smith rubbcr-tlre buggy
painted black, one Avery stalk-euttor.
one new Ideal mower, eight cotton
planters, one liny rake, two No. 10
Oliver plows, one No, 13 Ollveri plow,
one No, 36 Avery terrace plow, two
Gantt 2-horse plow’Htocks, fifteen 1-
? plowstocks, two horse c lln„»
Russell 2-horse wagon, t\v 0 t/ 8 *
nesses 2-horse wagons, one
2-horSe wagon, one Climax blow-ee v ”
90-ll>. anvil, five Hyde Cultivate™ """
Fowler cultivator, tour leather l,,, 6
collars, four sets 2-horso wrigL kI 8 “
ness, six sots plow- gear, eight L ,„. lr ’
distributors, five long-handle shaven?
six-manure forks, one farm hen ... ■
Perfection 2-horse plowstocks '
truck cutaway harrow, one smuil ,ia
cutaway harrow one drug section ha? 0
row, one hole-digger, one Go-gallon YV
tank, 250 lbs. plow shapes,^ lino ini
scrapes, two barrels pntnt. Lcvle.i V?;
ns the property of H. M. Cook to Vt
isly a mortgage ft. fa. Issued from is
City Court of Newnan In favor of , ??
Hutohlnson vs. the said H. AI rv,'„, ’
This Deo. 8. 1921. Prs. fee, $804 k *
J. D. BREWSTER- Sheriff.
SHEUIF’S SALEH FO.n JANUARY.
Will be sold before the court-house
door In Newnan, said county, on the
first Tuesday in January. 1922, to the
highest and best bidder, the following
described property, towit:
Thirty-eight (38) acres of land, be
ing part of lot No, 190. situate, lying
and being In. the Sixth district of Cow
eta county. Ga.: also, one hundred and
eight (108) acres- of landi being part
of lot No, 224. situate In the same dis
trict and county. Levied on as the
property of Robt. Pinson to satisfy a*
:l. 'fn. Issued by C. J.. Owens. - T, C.
for State, county and school taxes tor,
the year 1920, the same being now due
and unpaid. Levy made by.S. M. AIc-
Clendon, IV C., and turned over to «ie.
This Dee. 3, 1921. Prs. fee, 58.12.
Also, at the same time and place,
one red mare mule about 12 years old,
one black horse" mule about 10 years
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WE THANK YOU
for all favors received in 1921,
and trust our goods and service
wiil merit your continued pat-
We extend to you our very
heartiest wishes for a happy
and prosperous New Year.
Wish You a Happy and Prospareus Now Year
To you are grateful for the liberal patronage
and words of appreciation accorded us during the
trying times of 1921. In return we promise even
greater efforts in your behalf during 1922.
In ample time for early wear we will display the
new things for spring. Each garment will portray
the last word in STYLE and the best possible in
SPECIAL NOTE—Our “After Christmas
Sales” are necessarily suspended this year on ac
count of the small number of garments on our
racks. Though the few remaining have had their
FINAL reductions, (you know'what that mearis
with K. & P.?) should either of the following hap
pen to be your style and size—
2 Coats—7 Suits—14 Dresses—7 Skirts—5 Furs
(Above comprises our entire assortment.)
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