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FOR KENT-'Good Farm. Apply
to\V. O. WI M TE, Walhalla, S. C. 3*
U)ST-Dog Collar and Tag No
165. Upturn to Dr. J. W. BELL, I
Walhalla. S. C._1* j
FOR SALE-Corn tn the shuck at
market price. H. D. B1EMANN, Wnl
halla, S. C._46-tf
.MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C._!L6"tf_
hOST-One White and Black
Hound Pup; about 5 months old;
answers to 'Queen." Notify J. II.
H AiR VE Y, Walhalla, S. C., Rt. 1. 1*
WANTED-Chickens, Eggs and
Hides. Best market prices, paid at
SMITH IS M'ARKET, .Malu St., Wal
halla, S. C._1-4*
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FOR SALl?-iHouBe and Lot; six
rooms; electric lights. Next door to
Episcopal church, on Tugaloo St. For
particulars write MRS. JAS. R'HOLT,
Greenville, S. C., Route 3. 1-4*
WANTED-ttlan with car to sell
low priced Graham Tires. $130.00
per week and commissions. GRA
HAM TTRE CO., 3155 Boulevard,
Benton Harbor, Mich. 1*
FOR SALK - House and Lot tn
town of Walhalla, on northeast cor
ner of College and Ervin streets. Has
six rooms; lot contains one acre. For
particulars see W. C. HUGHS. 44-if
FOR SA Ll<] - One Horse, four
Mules, two One-horse Wagons, one
Two-horse Wagon, two Automobiles.
For cash or on easy terms. T. E.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla, g. 0 35-tf
JOST-Two five-gallon Oil Cans,
between Burnt Tanyard and Green's
Store, Salem. Return to G RD EN'S
STORE, ISSAQUBNA FILLING STA
TION or WEST UNION OIL MILL,
and get reward. 49-if
?STOLEN-From my Stable, near
South Union. )n Wednesday night,
Dec. 28, 1921, Dark Blue Horse
.Mule; weight about 900 pounds and
a boult eight years ?ld; sligbtly sad
dle shy. Any information will be
gladly received. Reward for return
of mule if located. J. W. HONE A.
Westminster, ?S. C., Itt. 2. 1*
FOR SALE-Household and Kit
c'hen Furniture, Etc.-On Tuesday,
Jan. 17th, 1922, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
I will offer for sale, to the highest
bidder, for cash, at my home near
Salem, all the Household and Kit
chen Furniture, Farm .Implements,
two Fresh Milk Cows with young
Calves, one Buggy, one Wagon, and
probably other articles. :Sale will be
gin promptly at 10 o'clock. S. M
S-MIITH,jSaIem, S. C._1-2*
MA RETT'S IMPROVED WANNA
MAKER CLEVELAND RIG BOLL
Cotton Seed, grown and improved in
Oconee County. Special attention to
earliness. No top crop picked. Gin
ned on private gin, for maximum
purity. Our farms made $11,322.00,
net, this year, counting tho seed ai
ordinary prices, or 35 per cent on
our investment. See us at once if
you would Uko to buy any of our
Seed. MARETT FA II M AND SEED
CO., Westminster, S. C. 49-1
ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Mauldin Street. Walhalla, S. C.
SERVICES ON THE FOURTH SUN
DAY OF EACH MONTH.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mnas and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackin,
P. O. Box 82, Anderson, S. C.
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.3* LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
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- Mrs. T. H. Hughs Is improving
after an illness of ton days.
-Little Miss Claudia Mao Reid,
who has been quite sick for a week,
is now improving.
-Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pitchford
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam G. Pitchford,
of Greenville, spent the holidays in
Wnlhalla at tho homo of their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Pitchford.
-^Carload of bred sows and pigs
etan be seen at Dickson's Stables, at
Westminster, S. C., next Saturday,
Jan, 7th. Don't .fall to seo them, for
they aro the very llnest stock. Mitch"
?Il Uro?., Perry, Ga.-adv.
trons* .** Old and Young
of your liberal patronage
? which we are ending? We
z you in the future as in the
id Prosperous New Year?
?oods Store and
-Mrs. James Sealborn mis return
ed homo after a week's visit to her
sou. W. E. Seaborn, of Seneca.
-Mrs. W. H. Hughs, of Richland, |
spent the past week-end in Walhalla
at the home of her son, T. H. Hughs.
-Pope Laney, of Greenwood, was?
a recent guest pf Mr. aird Mrs. C. B.
Morton, of Walhalla. Ho returned
to his home last Sunday afternoon.
Ho has numerous friends herc who
are always glad to see him.
-'Rev. L. W. Langston left yes
terday for Colum'bia, where he will
be for two days attending tho session
of the Baptist Stato Board. Rev. Mr.
Langston? will represent the Beavei
dam Bnptist Association.
-In the absence of the pasto.*,
Rev. L. W. Langston, prayer meet
ing services at the Walhalla Baptist
church will he conducted this (Wed
nesday) evening at 7 o'clock by L.
C. Speares. A cordial invitation is
extended to all to attend.
-'Mnrrled, on Sunday afternoon,
Dec. 18th, nt the omeo of the Clerk
of Court, by Deputy Clerk D. A.
Smith, Miss Hattie Tow and Ernest
Cantrell, both of the Salem section.
The young couple have many frlend3
In Oconee, with wnom The Courier
Joins in extending every good wish
for a long, prosperous and happy
Journey through life,
soft brick. Arthur Brown, Walhalla.
-Married, at the home of Deputy
Clerk of Court D. A. Smith, on Sun
day afternoon, Dec. 18th, Miss Carrie
V. Lee and James A. Jones, both of
Westminster. The bride ls a daugh
ter of W. H. Lee and ls one of the
popular school teachers of our coun
ty. The groom ls a son of M. L.
Jones, of the Tarbor section. Both
have numerous friends in the county
who will Join with us in extending
congratulations and all good wishes.
-We are glad to note that Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Kelley and family, of
Tamassee, have becomo residents of
our section. Last Thursday they
moved to a small farm owned by Mr.
Kelley near Major W. J. Stabling's,
southwest of Walhalla. Mr. Kellev
will engngo in farming on tho inten
sive plan, his farm being of about 21
acres. Their many friends here will
be glad to learn of their move closer
-We thank you for your past
busriness, and our desire in the year
of 1922 ls to serve you better. In
fact, we are trying to change our
"middle nnme" to "Service." Wo aro
kee/plng the stock for you to select
from, and we Invito you to call In
and look them over. We handle
hardware, dry goods, shoes, house
furnishings, hay, grain and feed
stuffs, and more Hour than "Carter
had oats." \nd we trade you service
for business. J. H. Alley, West Un
ion, S. C.-adv.
- Married, at the office of Clerk of
Court, by Deputy Clerk D. A. Smith,
Miss Berchte Adams, of Madison, and
R. P. Cleland, of Co?burn, Va. The
'bride ls qutte a favorite in hor sec
tion of the county, and tho groom Is
a son of W. P. Cleland, of Madison,
but Ps at present located at Coeburn,
Va., where he is engaged in construc
tion work. Their many friends will
Join with us in extending congratu
lations and hearty good wishes for
nn long lifo of happiness and pros
-GC6 cures malarial fever.-adv.
-A very delightful occasion was
that of last Tuesday afternoon when
Master Vascoo MdAlistcr entertained
quite a number of children and tho
young folks at his beautiful homo
near Oak drove. Tho party was giv
en in honor of little Maille McAlis
ter, of Cedar Springs, who was
spending Christmas at homo. All of
hor friends were prosoivt, and thc
evening wns a most enjoyable one.
iCnko, fruits and dolicious refresh
ments were served by Mrs. J. Thos.
"MoAllster, and these were groatly
enjoyod by all. Time passed quickly
and all too soon the time for the
children to bid their host adieu came
to hand. As thoy departed they lav
ished upon tho host and honoree the
very best of good wi3hes and oven
groator progress In hor school at
tainments for tho New Year
I -For Sale-'High class hard and
! DR. JOHN #. THOMS DKAD.
Putted AwAy iV?ond&y Night at 0.80
! O'cioek^Kud Carno Suddenly.
j ?Dr. John-J; Thode, of Walhalla.
I died at hi? home here Monday night
I a*t 6.30 o'clock, aiftor an illness of
'only two ano.a half days.
iDr. Thode had paid a professional
call on a patient- in the Salem sec
tion of'the county last Saturday, re
turning to Walhalla about noon. Ho
was called for dinner shortly after
his arrival and announced that he
would not come to dinner, as he was
not feeling well and did not care to
eat. Ho went to bed and was never
up again. Pneumonia developed rap
idly, and nothing that could be done
for him proved of any benefilt.
Dr. Thode was 66 years of age, a
native .of Charleston, though he had
been a resident of Walhalla from
early childhood, He was a son of
?Lieut. H. P. Thodo, who was killed
in service during the War Detween
the States. Ho was twice married,
his first wife ho>mg died 40 years
ago. He is survived by his second
wife and three children-Dr. H. F.
Thode, Miss 'Doretta Thode and Miss
Ellazbeth Thode, all of Walhalla.
?Funeral services will be held to
morrow morning at ll o'clock at St.
John's Lutheran church, to bo con
ducted by Pastor W. B. Aull.
Dr. Thode will be greatly missed
in this community and all over Oco
nee county. He will be especially
missed by the people of moderate or
meagre means, whom he served with
a fidelity that was marked by all,
ofton giving his professional services
with absolutely no hopo of financial
reward. He found his reward In the
love and esteem that was univer
sally his. In his death a good citi
zen has been called to his reward,
and the county has lost one of her
beat and most valuable citizens. To
the bereaved ones the sincere sympa
thy of a host of friends is extended
in their hour of great sorrow.
-J. A.. Dusenberry, of Anderson,
spent last Sunday in Walhalla with
-?Miss Annie Querry, of Char
lotte, is visiting the family of Mr.
auid Mrs. W. L. Verner.
-Mr. and Mts. Jack M. Strother,
of Louisville, Ga., spent the past
week in Walhtilla with relatives.
-The Clemson boys who have
been at home for the holidays have
returned to resume their work for
the new year.
-'Miss Julia Kaufmann returned
to her school In Lincolnton, N. C.,
MondJay, after having spent the hol
idays with homefolks in Walhalla.
-666 cures bilious fever.-adv.
-The Winthrop girls who have
been at home during the vacation
peiiod returned to the college yes
terday to resume their studies for
the new year.
-George Harrison, of New Jer
sey, spent several days last week In
Walhalla with his mother, Mrs. Cl.
A. Harrison, and among his many
?-Miss Pauline Steck left Tuesday
morning to resume her duties in Hie
school room at Bath, S. C.? after
having speht the holidays in Wal
halla with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Steck.
-Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Macaulay
and Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Perrin, of
Seneca, and Miss Isabel Macaulay, of
Anderson, spent the week-end in
Walhalla with their mother, Mrs.
-To prevent a cold take 606.-ad
-Miss Carolyn Rogers returned
to Charlotte yesterday to resume
her studies at Queens College, after
having spent the vacation period in
'Walhalla with her mother, Mrs. Ti.
L. Rogers, and other relatives and
-'Mllsses Janie and Garrie Darby
(Harrison, ,who have beon spending
the holidays with their parents, Mr.
and MTS. F. E. Harrison, and among
'friends, returned Sunday to their
school work at Greenville and Oak
-A number of young people were
delightfully entertained at a house
party during the Christmas holidays
by Miss I da h Pitchford at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. X. Pitchford. The
guests included Misses Louise and
'Nan Ranon, of Spartanburg; Clyde
.Padgett, Mr. Jackson and Loroy
Rand, of Williamston, X. C. On
Thursday tho party left for Spartan
burg to attend tho wedding of Miss
'Louise Patten and Mr. Jackson, re
turning Friday to spen'd the remain
der of tho week in Walhalla.
- 666 quickly relieves a cold.-ad
-The town of Wost Union ls hav
ing some excellent street repair work
done, the main thoroughfare hoing
top-soiled with a high grado of soil.
This work will cut out ono-, of the
bad stretches that havo heretofore
groatly marred the new county high
way between Walhalla and Seneca.
Wo aro Informed that Just as soon
ns the other highways that arc now
in courso of construction aro'finished
Wost Union will at once top soil tho
connecting street, thus giving a com
plete highway of merit Into the vory
'hoart of their town and greatly con
Venlencing the traveling public. Our
sister town is to bo congratulated on
this forward step.
-Rub-My-Tlsm, a pain killer.-ad
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The Deltor layouts are professional layouts that only an
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placing the pieces so skilfully that it is almost legerdemain.
They are specially worked out for all sizes and for
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They save from a quarter of a yard to a yard and
three-eighths over what you could plan for yourself.
In using an inexpensive material, the Deltor saves the
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VISIT our Picce-Goods Department,
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Fi rst, the Deltor gives you an individual
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Th en, you follow picture-and-word il
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WALHALLA, S. C.
-J. W. Gurney ls lu Atlanta this
week, ho having gone over to con
sult a specialist In regard to his eyes.
-Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Gardner, of
Greenwood, were guests last week in
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. She
- Mrs. 0. K. Hobson and son,
Prichard, of Westminster, visited
tho former's .sister, Mrs. Jas. C. Sea
born, dur? g the holidays.
-'Tho Woman's Auxiliary of the
Walhalla Presbyterian church will
meet with Miss Elolso Strother n
Thursday (to-morrow) afternoon at
-666 cures chills and fever.-aav
-Miss fda McCollough, of Rome,
Ga., spont several days last week
with her sister, Mrs. H. H. Logare, at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M.
- Harold Brennecko, of Klngstree,
visited his mother,'Mrs. 'Fannie
'Brennecko, and among other rela
tives and friends In Walhalla during
?-?W. C. Loehr, of tho Lavonla,
Times, was a visitor to Walhalla for
a short while last Saturday. Mr.
Loehr ls pleasantly remembered In
Walhalla, he being a son of the late
W. B. Loohr and Mrs. Loehr, who
resided |n Walhalla for several
years. Ho is an employee of the La
Rub-My-Tlsra for rheumatism.-ad
- Miss Bessie Micklor, who spent
the holidays in Walhalla visiting
among relativos and her numerous
friends, returned to her home at Sa
luda last Sunday.
-To break a cold take 666.-adv
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennecko,
of Columbia, spent tho holidays with
tho former's mother, Mrs. Fannie
dirennecke, and among their many
friends in Walhalla.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gasque and
li'ttlo son, Master Herbert, Jr., of
.Laurens, spent the Christinas vaca
tion with Mrs. Gasque's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. White.
-Mr. and Mrs. E. T. McClure, o?
Clemson College, and Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Lake, Jr., of Ninety-six, spent
the holidays With their parents and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Busch anTT
Miss J. Baumgartel.
-?Ar. and Mrs. C. Fred Brown ? nd
little son, of Washington, D. C., bro
visiting Mr. Brawn's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Brown, and among
other relatives and friends hero and
elsewhere in tho county.
-'Wo are requested by Rev. H. B.
Hardy to announce that thero will
be the usual preaching service in
Fairview church next Sunday after
noon at 3.15 o'clock. A full attend
ance of tho mombors is desired, and
o. cordial invitation is extended *o
the public to attend.
-Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Wilcox, of
Bennettsvllle, are entertaining a new
arrival at their home, William Hay
den* Wilcox having arrived at their
homo last week.
-Willie Brandt, of Nowtberry Col
lege, returned to Newberry yester
day, after having spent tho Christ
inns and Now Year holidays in Wal
halla with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry W. Brandt, and among other
relatives and friends.
-Don't fall to attend the Parenl
. Teacher's Association meeting this
! afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the Wal
halla High School building. Import
ant business to bo transacted. If
you are interested In our school, be
-Robert L. Rogers, af tor spend
ing tho holidays here with his mo
ther, Mrs. R. L. Rogors, and among
other relatives and friends, returned
to his (lillies in the Chamberlain
Hunt Military Academy at Port Gib
son, Miss., Monday afternoon.
-'Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Claude
McMohun, at the home of the lat
ter's poronts, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Aloxandor, on Jan. 1st, ?a son, Wil
lis m Edward. This is the first grand
child to ,bQ born In the family of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Alexander and tho
first groatrgrandehlld, so tho arrival
of the little one was of unusual In
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