"...of the death of JohnMartinCouric at his home in Dublin this week. Mr. Couric was a, resident of Thocasville in the olden days when cotton brokerage . was a' lucrative and important business. He moved to Dublin
"...of the measure.
to-jbery will be spared to his family and his country. He is an able, fearless, Christian gentleman, and* one of the most useful men in Congress.'
Mr. and Mrs. .lohn MartinCouric are happy over
"...is making splendid headway in his campaign and his calm, vigorous discussion of events of interest have won for him much approving co^^i-ment.
J. M. Couric Receives Deserved Pi-omotion—
"..., of Birmingham, arrived in Thomasvilie this after-' noon to ibe the guest of her sister, Mrs. JohnMartinCouric, for a short time.
Rev. Wm. B. Sams of Balnbridge arrived this afternoon to be the guest of Rev. W
"..., were won by Mrs. JohnMartinCouric and Mrs. F. M. Gay. A salad course was served. The Barbour county chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, met Fri- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. H