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ONE CENT A WORD
(Small advertisements under
this heading Inserted at rate of
one cent a word per Insertion.
Pour Insertions for price of
three.)
(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted for this column for I *N than
16 cents, ono insertion.)
I WILL OIN COTTON on Mondays.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays through
January. JOHN LAY, Walhalla. S.
C., Route 2. 1-4*
A HARM CHA NC M.--For Sale
Cheap--Complete Set of Tinner's
Tools. NO other shop in county. D.E.
COOD. Walhalla. 1-4?
LOST-Pocketbook, between Wal
lalla and Clemson. Finder commu
nicate with JOHN Z. BRANDT, Wal
halla, S. <:. 1*
I OFFER 1 $c. lb. for Hens, Frys
ii Cc. Seo me near Todd's Market,
down-town, Main Street. BROWN
LOW OKLKKUS. Walhalla. 1*
NEXT GIN DAYS for Walhalla and
West Union Gins will bo Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, January G, 7
and 8. 62
FOR RENT-One 2-horso Farm;
new house and barn. Tenam must|
furnish stock. Apply at once to W.
R. CRAIG, Walhalla, S. C. 50-tf
WANTED-Man with team or auto
to handle McConnon Products direct
to consumer in this county. For par
ticulars address McCONNON & COM
PANY, Winona, Minnesota. Mention
this paper. 1*
MEAL AND HULLS.-Plenty of
them on hand at all times. See me
fe Good Meal and Hulls at Bauk
night's new warehouse, at Blue Ridge
depot. R. D. OELKERS, Walhalla,
S. C. 61-2*
CLERKS (Mon, Women)-Over |
17, for Postal Mall Service; $125
month; experience unnecessary. Fori
free particulars of examination,write ]
J. LEONARD, (former Civil Service
Examiner,) ?l 4 Equitable Building,
Washington, D. C. 50-1 ?
BRING YOUR EGGS to "BURT,'
at Burt's Cafo, old P. O. Building,
Main Street, Walhalla, and get high-J
est market price for them-CASH
DOWN "and no grumbling." Will
take all you bring. J. BURT G1L
LESPIE, Walhalla, S. C. 2 2-tf
GET BUSY-Keep Busy.-Is your
job unsafe? Is It permanent? You
want a lifelong business. You can get
into such a business selling more
than 137 Watkins Products direct to
farmers If you own auto or team, or
can get one; if you can give bond
with personal sureties. Wo back you
with big selling helps; 52 years in
business; 20,000,000 users of our
products. Writo for information
where you can get territory. J. R.
WATKINS CO., Department C, Wi
nona, Minnesota. 1-4*
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mnuldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penanco. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
Rector.
P. O. Box 82. Anderson, S. C.
A Special Communication of Blue
??fc Ridge Lodge. No. 9 2, A. P.
M., will be held Friday
night, January 7th, 1921,
at 8 o'clock.
Work in Third Degree. Visiting
brothers welcome.
C. A. HETRICK, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (ad.)
Brick
WHEN YOU WANT GOOD BRICK FOR
ANY PURPOSE, WRITE OR CALL ON
US. WE MAKE GOOD BRICK-THAT
TELLS THE WHOLE STORY-AND
PRICES RIGHT.
Pendleton Brick Co.,
PENDLETON, S. C.
r.o-io*
fy LOCAL AND PERSONAL, fy
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- Miss Anna Cantrell, accompan
ied by her two sisters. Misses Rosa
and Cecelia, .spent the week-end vis
iting friends in Anderson.
.Miss Marion lletriek left Tues
day for Greenville to resume her
studlea at the Greenville Woman's
College.
-Miss Mary Cornelia Barton left
Monday for Cope. S C., where she
Will resumo her duties as teacher in
(lo- Cope Graded School.
- Misses Alice strong and IO liza
beth Stribling returned Monday to
Rod Springs. N. C., to resume their
duties as instructors in Flora McDon
ald College.
The many friends of Chas. G.
Burley are glad to see him hack at
his old home here. Mr. Burley has
for some years hoon located at llar
lowton, Mont., where he has been
finite .successful. For the present he
is with his mother, Mrs. S. E. Bur
ley, on Route No. 1, from Walhalla.
We hope to learn that Mr. Burley
will make his home here again, but
are not authorized to say that such
will he the case. He is a splendid
young fellow, whom wo would he
delighted to number among our citi
zens.
-William Sloan, of Anderson, wat
the guest of William Bell for several
days last week.
- Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. W. L
Wilson, on Doc. 8th, a daughter, win
has hoon christened Margaret Ann.
-Mrs. Joo Craine, of Pomaria, li
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs
H. C. Stout, and among friends.
- Miss Ruth Drown, of Greenville
spent the holidays in Walhalla wi I
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. M
Uro wu.
-A number of the young people
of Walhalla enjoyed a delightful
dance at the American Legion hull
on Thursday night of last week.
-Mrs. K. O. Rlnhart, of Pinewood
S. C., and Miss Lola Hayes, of Spar
tnnburg, aro visiting at the home ol
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ishell. near town.
The man fyrlends of Cleo. Kauf
mann will regret to loam that he has
been confined to his home for several
days with something Hkc influenza.
- Robert L. Rogers, who has beer
spending tho holidays with hi3 mo
ther, Mrs. R. L. Rogers, returned or
Monday last to Davidson College, N
C.
-The best is the cheapest, anc
that is the Willard. Hughs Garage
Walhalla.-adv.
-Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Galbreath, 01
Statesvllle, N. C., spent the holiday?
in this section, visiting at the home
of Mrs. Galbreath's mother, Mrs. M
A. Wilson.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gasque ant
little son,of Laurens, spent the holi
days in Walhalla visiting at the bonn
of Mrs. Casque's parents, Mr. anc
Mrs. W. O. White.
-Miss (Josephine Alexander re
turned to Walhalla Saturday last
after spending a week visiting rein
tives and friends in the Fairview .sec
tion.
-Wilbur White, of the Universitj
of South Carolina, was in Walhall!
among relatives and friends durinr.
a part of the holiday season. He re
turned to Columbia yesterday.
-Miss Carolyn Rogers left Mon
day for Queen's College, Charlot I.?
N. C., after spending the holidays ii
Walhalla with her mother, Mrs. H
L. Rogers, and among other relativa
and friends.
-Miss Jane Harrison, who ha
been spending the holidays with he
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Harri
son, returned to Greenville Sunda
to take up her work at the Victor
Monaghan Mill school.
-All makes standard sewi g ma
chino needles at Moss & Ansel's,Wal
halla.-adv.-24-tf.
-Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Nix and Mi
and Mrs. M. S. Farris, of Greenville
-spent a few days in Walhalla the la'
ter part of last week as guests of Mi
and Mrs.Charles Humphries and .dis
Julia Maxwell.
-Willie Brandt, who has bee
spending the holidays with his pai
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Brandt
and among relatives and friends, rc
turned Monday to Newberry, wher
he is a student of Newberry College.
- Miss Carrie Darby Harrison r:
turned Sunday afternoon to Chai
lotte, N. C., after a two weeks' vacit
tion spent with her parents, Mr an
Mrs. F. E. Harrison. She is pro?<
cuting a special course In music ?
Queen's College.
-The many friends of Mrs. Sam .
Ishell will regret to learn that sh
has been confined to her bed with
severe attack of rheuamtism. He
condition, however, ls slightly in
proved at present, and we hope His
she may soon be out again.
-Miss Ob?ra Powell and Pai
Looney, of the South Union secHoi
wero happily married last Sunda;
Jan. 2d, at the residence of J. I
Farr, Notary Public, who performe
the marriage ceremony. The youn
couple have the good wishes of a ho:
of friends.
-You have had trouble with yoi
battery, but it was not n Willard. Or
Willard will end your battery troi
bios. Hughs Garage, Walhalla.-ad
-Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Busbee, i
Whitmire; J. lt. Karie, Jr., of A)
derson, and Harry Earle, of the Un
versify of South Carolina, spent tl
holidays with their parents. Mr. ai
Mrs. J. R. Earle. They have mime
ons friends here Who were glad
see them again.
- Mrs. H. A. P. Dean, of Avalo
Ga., has been visiting during the ho
Iday season at the home of Mr. ar
Mrs. W. (). Alexander, of the Con
ross section. 'Mrs. Dean is well know
In Oconee, and has a host of fricm
who arc always glad to welcome hi
back to her old home section.
-W. O. Kelley, of Seneca, was 01
of " ~ welcome visitors to The Co
"' ce the latter part of last wee
Wc were very sorry to learn from hi
that he Is leaving Seneca and w
make his home during this year
Central. His many Oconee frien
will Join with us In extending hi
all good wishes, and assuring hi
that a cordial welcome awaits hi
back In Oconee.
.
tl -Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Heddon aro1
i entertaining a little visitor ut their
home, the young gentleman having
arrived on Dec. 21st.
i -Frank Craig, after spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
, Mrs. John F. Craig, returned Sunday
?to Washington, l). c.. to resume his
studies.
- Harold Broniiccke, after Spend
! lng severa! days in Walhalla willi
his mother. Mrs. Fannie Drennocko
j and among other relatives, returned
J to his work nt Bennettsville tho lat
ter part of last week.
- Miss Pauline Steck, who .has
boen a guest of Miss Fu?ico Macau
lay during the. holidays, returned
Monday afternoon to Sen .a to re
sume her duties as ono of tho teach
ers in the Seneca High School.
-Othes havo. been tried and
found wanting. The Willard battery
never fails. Hughs Garage, Walhal
la.-adv.
-Sam N. Pitchford is enjoying a
vacation of one month from his tl ti
llea at the store of C. W. Pitchford.
The major part of his vacation wi I
be dovoted to hunting, he says. A*
he has promised some game shall
bo received at this office, we slncerly
hope that the hunting will be liber
ally interspersed with finding and
kiling.
-Miss Idah Pitchford returned
.Sunday to Greenville to resume her
position as instructor In Droughon's
Business College. Miss Pitchford is
a graduate of Greenville Woman 6
College, and recently completed tue
business course at Droughon's Col
lege. She has been spending the holi
days in Walhalla with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Pitchford, and
among her many friends here.
-The many friends of Rev. T. M.
Stribling, who has for some time
been located at Jefferson, Ga., as pas
tor of the Presbyterian church, will
be interested in knowing that he has
moved with his family to Waynes
boro, Ga., where he took charge as
pastor of the Presbyterian church on
Jan. 2d. Hov. Stribling is well known
in Oconee. being a brother of J. P.
Stribling, of Richland, and Marshall
S. Stribling, ot Westminster.
-I am expecting a lot of fino
fresh osyters for Fridays and Satur
days. Remember Burt's Cafe, J. B.
Gillespie, Prop., Walhalla.-adv36tf
-Rev. lt. M. Lyda will preach ai
the Return Baptist church next Sijn
day, Jan. 9th, at ll a. m. Rev. Lj^la
has accepted a call to that church
and will give two Sundays a month,
at ll a. m., to services th?re. [lo
will give the other two Sundays tica
month to the Rocky Knoll church,
near Walhalla. The Return mem
. bership is building a modern church
building, with eight Sunday school
? rooms, and when this building is
completed it will be the most up-to
date wooden church in our' County.
The building is framed, weather
boarded and covered with a fine molal
roof.
-On last Wednesday evening a!
S.30 o'clock Miss Nancy Julia Hun
ter and Paul Walter Gruenewald
were united In marriage at the hom:
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs
G. J. Hunter, of West Union, Fae ocr
. emony taking place in the present?
of a large number of invited gues^
To the strains of Mendelssohn's Wed
ding March, beautifully rendeted Of
the piano by Miss Celeste Wickliffe
the bridal party entered the parlor
, which was artistically decorated '.'
holly, poinsettia and smilax. Th?
maid of honor, Miss Rosalie Hunter
sister of the bride, came first, follow
ed by Miss Lucy Brandt and Georgi
1 D. Schumacher. The bride enteret
' next, on the arm of her father, wh<
' gave her in marriage. She was me
j by the groom and his best man. M
C. Eustice, of Charleston. The beau
' tiftil and Impressive ceremony of th
Lutheran church was used, Rev. W
B. Aull, pastor of St. John's Lutherai
church, officiating. The bride mad
a lovely picture in her bridal gowi
" of white satin, her veil caught wit!
orange blossoms, and carrying i
f shower bouquet of bride's roses am
fern. Her only ornament was ai
exquisite brooch of pearls and dla
; monds, the gift of the groom. Th
' bridesmaids wore white georgelt
and carried pink carnations. Afte
> the ceremony the guests were Invito
into the dining room, which wa
. beautifully decorated with smila
? and red and white carnations, and
I delicious course dinner was sorvet'
- The many handsome gifts atteste
? the popularity of this young COU ph
I At. midnight Mr. and Mrs. Griten?
* wald left for Seneca, where the
took train for points In the Nort
; and Fast. They will visit Mr. Gruenc
- wald's old home I* New Jersey hefor
. returning to Charleston, whore the
i will reside. Mr. Gruenewald being 1
1 business In that city. The bride j
t the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. .
* Hunter, of West Union, and ls
i young lady of charming porsonalit;
i Mr. Gruenewald Is quite well know
i to a wide circle of friends In th'
section, he having spent conslderabl
. y
time in Walhulla nnd vicinity during
the past several years. The Courier
joins with a host of others in wish
ing tho young couple a long life of
prosperity and happiness. The out
of-town guests nt tho wedding were
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. VV. Sch wecke, of
Charleston; Herman Hoff meyer, of
j Florences ?M? P? Kuattfio, of Charles
ton, and Mrs. lossie Wood, of Ander
son.
I -alisa Noll Wickliffe, after spend
, lng tho vacation period with her par
ents, Dr. and .Mrs. J. W. Wickliffe,,
of West Union, returned to Winthrop
College to-day.
-Misses Florence Hotrick, Clara j
Helle Hurley and .Margaret Wickliffe I
returned to Anderson to-day to re
sume their studies in Anderson Col
lege, after spending the vacation pe
riod with homefolks hore.
-Fred. Fowler, after spending the
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley Fowler, near town, and
among .his many friends, returned
Monday to Greenville, where he is
attending Furman University.
-We are requostod to announce
that the Ladles' Aid Socioty of the
Walhalla Methodist church will meet
Thursday (to-morrow) afternoon at
3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. T. A.
Grant.
-Misses Edith and Frances Car
ter, Caro Probst, Eunice White and
Frances Kaufmann returned to-day
to Rock Hill to re-ontor Winthrop
College, after having spent the holi
days with homefolks and friends.
-We are requested to state that
all the members of Dr. W. R. Craig's
Sunday school class are urged to |
meet at the home of Mrs. E. P. Mar
ett, with Miss Vesta Marett as hos
tess, on Friday evening of this week
at 7 o'clock. There are Important
matters to be attended to, hence each
member is urged to make special ef
fort to be on hand promptly.
-The many friends of Dr. and
Mrs. W. R. Craig sympathize deeply
with thom in their sorrow over tho
death of their little daughter, Sara
Louise, who died at the hospital In
Greenville last Friday. The child had
been a great sufferer for a month
past, and all efforts to relieve the
serious conditions that developed so
rapidly were unavailing. The child
was about 16 months old. The body
was brought to Walhalla for Inter
ment, services being conduct'-d Sat
urday and the remains laid to rest
in Westview cemetery.
-:There will be a special meeting
of Walhalla Lodge. No. 67, Knights
of Pythias, to-morrow (Thursday?
eVening at 7.30 o'clock, in the ! dge
rooms in the Masonic Temple. The
members are tirged to attend this
meeting, as matters of importance
are to be given consideration. Mem
bers will please bear in mind the
hour-7.3 0 o'clock-and be on hand
as promptly as possible. It was a
pleasant surprise indeed for the
members of younger years to meet
a few of tho older members In the
lodge rooms last Thursday night.
-The many friends of Mr. and
Fred James sympathize with them
in the death of their son, Benjamin
Franklin, which occurred on Dec. 26.
He had been confined to his bed with
inflammatory rheumatism, which
finally affected his heart, and the end
came rapidly after that. He was born
Dec. 3, 1911, and was a bright, prom
ising lad, and had made friends
wherever he went. The interment
took place on Dec. 27 at Wolf Stake,
Rev. M. J, Stansell, pastor of tho
family, conducting thc services. The
father and mother, three sisters.Car
rie, Cora and Nina, and one brother,
Jesse, live to mourn his death.
-Will J. Schroder took charge
yesterday as Clerk of Court for Oco
nee county. He is being ably assisted
in his duties by Miss Marguerite
Brennecko, who has held the position
of Deputy Clerk of Court for quite a
while. Auditor D. A. Smith ls also
assisting in the Clerk of Court's of
fice, while Miss Gcrtrudo Smith, who
has been a valuable assistant in the
Auditor's office for several years, re
mains as assistant in that office. Mr.
Craig is now actively engaged In the
position of cashier of the Bank of
West Union, which institution has
begun Its business career under the
most flattering and gratifying cir
stances.
- lt is now Supervisor James C.
Shockley. Supervisor Foster turned
over his office to his successor O'i
yesterday afternoon, after he and bu
hoard had "cleared tho decks" for
tho new Supervisor, leaving him a
clean sheet for the beginning of lus
oversight of the county's big prob
lems. J. IL S. Dendy, Esq., wa? elect
ed clerk of the County Board, suc
ceeding M. R. McDonald, Esq., who
has held over for some months after
tendering bis resignation, owing to
tho fact that no ono could be socured
to take his place at tho moment wheu
ho was chosen ns clerk for tho Coun
ty Highway Commission. The Joint
mooting of the old and new boards
yesterday was plensarit and gratify
ing to both the old and new officials,
? ?
Christmas has past; another year gone into
history. We take this opportunity of thanking you
for your generous patronage you have given us
during thc year and in return wc have endeavored
to give you thc best service possible.
Now we are looking forward with a great deal
of interest for the New Year, and trust that it will
be brighter and happier for you than the one just past, f
Remember-when you need any thing in the
home or on the farm think of us as the place to
supply your requirements, which will make us
happy too.
Whitmire-Marett Hardware Co.
Westminster, Walhalla,
South Carolina.
331 % Off for Cash
LADIES* COATS.
$50.00 COATS AT $34,50,
45.00 44 44 30.00.
35.00 44 44 23.50.
30.00 " " 20.00.
LADIES' COAT SUITS.
$60.00 Coat Suits at $40.00.
50.00 " " 44 34.50.
45.00 " 44 44 30,00.
40.00 44 44 44 27.50.
35.00 " " " 23.50.
HART SCHAFFNER
& MARX
Men's Clothing,
$75.00 SUITS AT $50.00.
70.00 " 44 47.00. .
65.00 " " 44,00.
60.00 44 44 40.00.
55.00 44 44 37.00.
50.00 " " 34.50.
45.00 44 44 30.00.
40.00 44 , 44 27.50.
BOYS' SUITS.
$20.00 Boys' Suits at $14.00.
18.00 44 44 44 12.00.
12.50 44 44 44 8.50.
10.00 " " " 7.50.
-FOR CASH.
C. W. Pitchford,
Walhalla, S. C.
-Miss Coleste Wickliffe, of Wost
Union, was among the young ladles
leaving this week on their return to
college. Miss Wickleffe is a student
at Limestone College, Gaffney.
-Miss Hattie and Julius Morgan
have returned to their home here
after spending the Christmas ,and
New Year holidays at Lexington, N.
C., visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mor
gan and little daughter, Miss Ruby.
- Miss Gracie Payne, of Calhoun;
Miss Vivian Hradberry, of Seneca;
Mrs. Davidson, of Charlotte, N. C.,
and Miss Alico Mae Woolbright, of
Spartanburg, were guests of Miss
v ranees Earle during the holidays.
- Dorn, unto Mr. ?nd Mrs. T.
Sholor, on Tuesday, Jan. 4th, a son,
who will be known as T. IL Shelor,
Jr. The young parents have the con
gratulations of many friends on the
arrival of this their second son.
- Miss Cora Strong left this week
for Greensboro, N, 0 ? after having
spent tho holidays at thc home of
her mothor, Mrs. C. G. Strong. Miss
Strong holds tho choir of mathema
tics In the State College of North Car
olina.
-William Stribllng, Jos. Moss,
Clifton Cobb, John Schroder, George
Harrison, John Ansol returned thil
woek to Clemson to resume thoii
studies, after having spent the holi
days with homcfolks and friends ir
Walhalla.
Two years after tho war 4B.00C
seriously wounded Gorman soldier*
aro reported still in hospitals. Manj
of them have gone through from 2(
to 30 operations.
School Hooks Kept Centrally.
For the convenience of the public
of Walhalla and vicinity, tho school
books are now being kept at the store
of C. W. Pitchford, on Main street..
L. C. Speares,
County Supt. of Eeducatlon.
Express Messenger lioses Lifo.
Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 31.-J. O.
Russell, an express messenger, was
humed to death early to-day in a Aro
which destroyed the Madison Hotel,
one of the landmarks of Fort Worth,
and damaged several nearby build
ings on Main and Commerce streets.
Thc loss ls estimated nt $150,000.
Rainfall and TemiHjrature.
Below ls a record of meteorological
observations taken by H. W. Brandt,
co-oporativo observer of the Weather
Bureau of tho U. S. Department of
Agriculture, during thc week ending
Jan. 2d, ii>21, at 7 a. m. (Tho
Instrumental readings are from gov
ernment standard Instruments ex
posed in tho manner recommended
by the chief of the Woathor Bureau) :
Character of
Day.
i
Date
1 Dec. 27-Cloudy... 1.55" 60'
Dec. 28-Ptly cldy. 47
Doc. 29-Clear. 52
? Dec. 30-Clear. 59
i Dec. 31-Clear. 67
, Jan. 1-Clear. 66
. Jan. 2-Ptly cldy. . . 08 68
Total rainfall . . 1 .631
Tempera
ture.
xi
3
ft
5
32
31
22
23
31
4 3
3 8.

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