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(Small advertisements under
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one cent * word per Insertion.
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(NOTICE.-No advertisement ac
cepted tor this column for I xs than
IS cents, one insertion.)
FOR- SALE-Fordson Tractor; lu
good condition. J. L. MOSER, Wal
halla, S. C.,JRt. JU_3-tf
MONEY TO LOAN on Improved
Farm Lands. R. E. BRUCE, Pick
ens, S. C._26-tf
FOR SALE - Clemson Young's
Strain S. C. White Leghorn Eggs,
$1.50 per sotting of 15. 'MRS. J. A.
WHITE, Wost Union, S. C., Rt. 1. 9*
FOR SALE-Early variety Cotton
Seed that gets ahead of the boll wee
' vii. See W. L. VERNER, Walhalla,
S. C._5-tf
F O R R E N T-84 acres of good
Farm Land, to good farmer. Good lo
cation. Apply to J. II. EARLE, Wal
halla^S^ C._4-7
NOTICE.-The Kcowee Courier ts
in position to handle subscriptions
to all tho loading periodicals. Wo
will appreciate your business._
FOR RENT-Good 1-horse Crop,
about twenty acres. Good three-room
.lionne, ll. .1. SDI OH, Walhalla, S.
C._ _5-0?
FOR SALE-Saw Mill and Outfit,
all In good running condition. See
W. H. ALEXANDER, Tainasse, S.
C. _5-8
WANTED-'Man with ear to sell
low-priced Graham Tires. $130.00
per week and commissions. GRA
HAM TIRE CO., 315.") Boulevard,
Ben to Harbor, Mich._6*
FOR SALE-Small Farm, near
good school; good community; three
miles from town. Priced for quick
salo. Address HOUSEKEEPER, Wal
halla, S. C._0-7?
POULTRY and EGOS wanted at
all times. Call and let mo make you
a price that will satisfy. RICHARD
OELlKEtRS, the Up-Towu Dealer,
Walhalla, fi. C._6
oughbred.-Service offered to public.
For fee, particulars, etc., seo or write
W. W. FOWLER, Walhalla, S. C..
Route 3. 2-3*
FOR SALB - House and Lot in
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-tf
FOR SALE - One Horse, four
Mules, two One-horse Wagons, one
Two-horse Wagon, two Automobiles.
For cash or on easy ? terms. T. E.
ALEXANDER, Walhalla. S. C 35-tf
IXXST-Ono Goodrich Fabric Tire,
32 by 4, and Rim, between S. M.
Holland's place, near Fair Play, and
Walhalla, Thursday night, .lan. 2C.
Finder notify R. T. J A YNES, Wal
halla, S. C._r,"Lf_
LOST-Two five-gallon Oil Cans,
between Burnt Tanyard and Green's
Store, Salom. Return to GREEN'S
and get rewa rd.__4 9 - cf_
YOUN? MEN, Women, over 17,
desiring government positions, $130
monthly, write for free list of posi
tions now open. .1. LEONARD, ( for
mer Civil Service Examiner,) 5 11
Equitable Bldg, Washington, D. C.
for sale, with good buildings and 25
Acres under cultivation. Also two
horso Wagon with six-year-old Mule,
which weighs 1,000 pounds. J. S.
SHEPPARD, care Tamassoe Indus
trial School, Tamassee, S. C. 4-7*
For tho proposed water supply line
for the Water-Works from the Town
to the 'Mountains, local contractors
are requested to submit bids on the
transportation of the pipo from the
Town along the line to tho Moun
tains. Thia Une will bo staked out
so that the location may be easily
followed. For further Information
20 Arcade Bldg., Colunvbia, S. C. ti*
WANTED-?toady young married
farmer to live on and lo tako care
of an orange grovo near Tampa. Ex
perience not necessary, as competent
instruction will bo given. Tixeellent
opportunity for a ready and willing
.worker. Good house, land for gar
den and poultry, stock (including
imllk cows) furnished, and salary of
(Fifty Dollars a month paid for first
??ear. Write, with references, to
HOHN L. McWHORTI-Mt, Rosemere,
?R-ayshore. Tampa, Kia. 0-fl*
Mauldin Street, Walhalla, S. C.
Sacrament of Penance. . . .9.30 a. m.
Mass and Sermon.10.00 a. m.
Reverend Thomas J. Mackln,
P. O. Rox 82, Anderson. S. C.
A Regular Communication or Blue
rS?ffil Rid?e Lodgo, No. 92, A F.
IXaCl M., will be held next Frl
mtTHu day night, Fob. 10, 1922,
nt 8 o'clock.
Visiting brothers always welcome.
\ 3, R. S. DENDY, W. M.
W. O. WHITE, Secretary. (adv)
There will bo a Regular Meeting
of Walhalla Lodgo, No. 07, Knights
of Pythias, nt tho Masonic Templo
to-morrow (Thursday) nJght at 8
o'clock. Every member urged to bo
Chancellor Commander,
T. B, SIIELOR, K. of R. and S.
-Dollar Day! 'Dollar Day at Nor- j
I man's Dry Goods Store on Saturday,
tho 11th of February.-adv.
-?Mrs. N. Fant ls spending a fow
days in Anderson this week with rel
-Miss Janie iHarrison, of Green
ville, spent the past week-end with
her parents, Mr. und'Mrs. F. E. Har
rison, in Walhalla.
-Plenty of barb wire, cattle wiro
and poultry wire; also baling wire.
J. H. Alley, West Union, S. C.-adv.
-Mrs. Lewis 'Harrison left Sun
day for Charlotte, N. C., to spend two
weeks with her mother and among
other relatives.
-Mrs. H. H. Logare, after being
confined to her bed with a pa ll'ul
attach of rheumatism, is able to bo
up and about again.
-'Wonderful bargains too numer
ous to mention them all nt Norman's
Dry Goods Storo on Saturday, tho
11th of February.-adv.
-'Miss Marie .Isbell is spending
a few days in Atlanta visiting Miss
Carrie Saxon on Ponce de Leon ave
-Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lake, Jr., of
'Ntnety-Slx, spent tho week-end with
the latter's parents nnd aunt, 'Mr.
and 'Mrs. ll. C. Busch nnd Miss Jo
hannah Baumgarten They returned
to their home Sunday afternoon.
-'One dozen men's or ladles' hand
kerchiefs for $1.00 at Norman s Dry
Goods Store, Saturday, Keb. ll.-ad.
-The many friends of Dr. H. M.
Barton will be glad to learn that he
ls linpi'ovlng after a severe attack of
grip, which hos kept him confined to
his home for several weeks.
-Leon O. Davis, of ?Anderson,
spent tho week-end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Davis, on Walhalla
Route 2. Lloyd Davis is spending
sevoral days among relatives and
friends in Seneca. Lloyd is also a
son of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. N. Davis.
-If you want to sell anything, we
buy it. If you want to buy anything,
we sell it. And we trade you service
for business. J. H. Alley, West Un
ion, S. C.-adv.-3-6.
-There will be a special meeting
at tho Seventh Day ?Adventist church
next Sunday, iFeb. 12th, at 7.30 p. m.
Subject: "Why did God permit sin.
misery, dea*h, war, bloodshed and
destruction?" Cordial invitation ls
extended to all to attend.
-There are many in Oconee who
will be Interested in tho announce
ment of tho birth of a daughter to
i.Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Schaffer. The
little lady made her arrival at the
Chicago Hospital on Jan. 20th. Mr.
Schaffer is with the U. iS. Navy and
is stationed at Wakeegan.
-Eight pairs ladies' or men's
hose for $1.00 at Norman Dry Goods
Store. Walhalla, Saturday, Feb ll -
-An enjoyable social event of tho
week was the meeting of the Mayne
Circle at the hospltable home of Mrs.
W. R. Craig. Instructive readings
by Mrs. Wade Hughs, Mrs. Rogers
and Mrs. Sloan were given and a
piano solo by Mrs. Pitchford was ren
dered. The subject of study for the
new club year was discussed, and it
was decided to study South Carolina.
Other business was attended to, af
ter which the club adjourned to
meet next with Mrs. J. W. Bell. Din
ing the social hour a delicious salad
course, with Russian ten, was served
by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Hot
rick and Miss Eloise Strother.
-For wagon timber, wagon tires
and buggy supplies see our stock. We
trade you service for business. J. H.
Alley, West Union, S. C.-adv.-36
- Frank Bolt, according to a re
port from Westminster, is convinced
that the boll woevil has a great doal
more sense and good judgment than
he is given credit for, in that he will
hunt better places to spend tho win
ter season than In hodge rows and
grown-over terraces. Whllo re-cov
ering his barn rocently, according tc
tho report, Mr. Bolt had occasion ic
remove somo loose plank in the loft
which made a trough of shattered
fodder, whore he found a gallon ol
full - grown weovlls. According tc
'Mr. Bolt, tho weovlls aro wintering
In good, safo places, and it will b<
a hard job to kill thom all out bj
burning stalks and hedges.
-Special!-Ono lot men's hats ai
$1.00, Saturday, Pol), ll. Norman's
.Dry Goods Storo, Walhalla.-adv.
-There aro many Oconeo peoph
who will bc glnd to hear from oui
good friend, John L McWhortor, a
ono timo a citizen of Oconeo, but nov
and for some yoars a rcsldont o:
Tampa, 'Fla. Mr. MoWhorter is as
soclate editor of the Tampa Morning
Tribuno, a most oxcellont and pro
grossivo paper, and which is not in
frequently moro than repleto will
comment, wiso and otherwise b)
him. Mr. McWhortor has gained nt
small reputation for lila sound writ
inga a? well aa bia witticisms and
pointed paragraphs. In hi? letter
Mr. tMoWnorter takes occasion to
pen thia item, tn which ni'any Ot our
people will lind interest: "Just had
a pleasant vi Bit from 'Dr. and Mrs. E.
Clay Doyle, of SendcTl; who are' tour
ing Florida, and at. present are on
tho West Coast." '' ' ,;.}'.*..
-Beautiful shirt-Waiata for $1.00
at Norman's Saturday, Feb. ll.-adv
-Prohibition enforcement works
steadily and grinds out a considera
ble amount ot business each week,
according to a statement made by
Deputy Gus Sullivan. 'Hesitates that
since two weeks before Christmas
the forces operating In this county
have averaged cutting down three
illicit stilling plants a week, destroy
ing much beer and mash,, low wines
and considerable quantities of whis
key. Forty-two gallons Of liquor
were destroyed at one place, he as
serted. In a capture that was re
cently made, on transportation
charges, a pair of mules, a wagon
and four one-gallon vessels contain
ing liquor were captured, and Claude
and Jesse Phillipe were arrested
with the outfit. 'Several cases are
yet to be completod by tho officers,
no arrests having been made up to
tre present, but the near future will
find a number of defendants under
arrest, Deputy Sullivan said. Alto
gether it is felt that the liquor sit
uation, while by no means satisfac
tory, is being handled as well as the
circumstances and conditions will
-Just received another car of
hay. If you need any feedstuff, we
have it, and our price ls right. J. M.
Alloy, West Union, S. C.-adv.-3-fi
-J W. Gurney returned homo last
Monday from Tennessee, where he
had been for a week on business.
-Mrs, Jack Darby left Tuesday
for Atlanta, where she will be for a
few days purchasing her spring stock
of millinery.
-For Sale-High class hard and
soft brick. Arthdr Brown, Walhalla.
S. C.-adv.-43-tf. '
-Mrs. W. ?M. Alexander left last
Saturday for Asheville, N. C., where
she will he for a week or ten days
with her daughter, Mrs. George Gar
-The ladies of the Parsonage So
ciety of the Walhalla 'Methodist
church will have a cake and candy
salo next Saturday at the store, of
.Moss & Ansel
-W? aro requested to announce
that there will be a Valentine party
at Zion school house on the night
of iFeb. 14 from 7 to 9 Q;clock. All
are invited. The proceeds Viii go to
tho improvement of the school.
-.Mrs. James 'Rholt, of Greenville,
has been spending a short while in
and near Walhalla as tho guest of
her sister, Mrs. Thoa. Smith, of Wal
halla Route 1. Mrs. Rholt has many
friends here and in other sections ol
tbe county who nre always glad lo
welcome her on her visits.
-666 quickly relieves a cold.-ud
-Wo are requested to announce
that the 'School Improvement Asso
ciation of the Salem school will have
a Valentine party nt the school house
Thursday night, Feb. 16th, begin
ning at 7.30 o'clock. Let everybody
attend and take a package to mail
The charge for mailing your package
will be five cents. Tho proceeds will
go toward school Improvement work
-'Miss Malissa Hughes died at hei
home near Pleasant Grove church on
Saturday morning, Jan. 28th, aged
81 years, 6 months and St days. She
was stricken with paralysis a few
days before her death. She was a
consistent memiber of the Baptist
church, with which she had been
identified for moro than 50 years.
The announcement of her death will
bo learned with regret by many
-To break a cold take 666.-ad\
-Will Fretwell and family left
for Portland, Ore., last week to make
their home. ?Mr. 'Fietwell and family
had been making an extended vial I
to the former's father, K. B. Fret
well, near town. He will engage In
railroad work in Portland, whero bc
spent a number of years. The de
parture of these good people is very
much regretted by many friends,whe
wish them every success on their re
turn to their far-away home.
-Married, at tho residence of P
L. Green, on Sunday, Kel). 5, Miss
Lela Cannon and Homer Mathiss
The groom Is a son of Mrs.'Mathiss
of the Fall ?.?reek section, and thc
bride ls the youngest daughter ol
Mr, and Mrs. John W. Cannon, Jr.
of tho Boon Creek section. Thc
young couple have many friends whe
wish for them a happy and prosper
ous Journey through life. The cere
mony was performed by 1?. L. 'Green
notary public.
-6G6 cures bilious fever.-adv.
-"An Karly Bird" is tho name ol
tho next attraction soon to be staged
by local talent under the auspices ol
tho Civic League. This |s a splendid
Utile comedy in three acts for a casi
of 14 characters, all of whom have
been well chosen. Wo understand
that rehearsals for this play aro how
going on, and that lt will be staged
In about a couple of weeks, and thai
a real treat, ls In store for Walhalla
The date of tho presentation of the
play will be announced next wook.
-If Interested in a good mo*a
shingle roof, do not make the mis
take of buying without first seeing oi
writing I). B, Good. Walhalla,. S. C.
who has tho agency for tho famous
Walter's and Cooper's mota? shin
gles. which have a groat roptltatlor
for quality and good looks, .gome ol
tho oldest motal shingle roofs of oui
country are the above kind.-'Write
me a postal and I will either come l(
see you or send samples and cata
logue--so you seo distance makes nc
difference. Price right.-adv.-6-7.
*? .' > V > .'i " " -Y " ; ." 1 .''1.
--066 cures malarial fever.-adv.'
-'P. .B. Morr?n, o? Greenville,
general manager of the Victor-Mou
aghan chain of co-operative mill
stores, was In Walhalla the first ot
the week looking after the Interests
of the store here. While in Wanalta
IMr. 'Morroh appointed G. P. Mont
gomery as local manager of the
store, to succeed H. E. Hayne, who
lias recently been transferred from
Walhalla to <Greer. 'Mr. Montgomery ,
ls amply qu'ai Hued to fill the position
of local manager, he having been
connected with the store for some
time in the capacity of assistant
-Marett's Early Improved Wan
nainaker-Cleveland Cotton Seed.
Bred for earliness. Absolutely pure.
Private gins for our farms. Our es
pecially designed grading machinery
is far ahead of anything we have
ever seen. Our seed is dellnted and
will come up two or three days ear
lier. Delay may mean failure. We
Invite you to. visit us at our ofllce
and on our farms, to see our breed
ing work, this spring and summer.
Write for facts and prices. Marett
Farm and Seod Company, Westmin
ster, S. C.-adv.-5-tf.
-Instead of the usual Wednesday
night prayer meetings in the church,
the Baptists of Walhalla are meeting
In the homes of the members in va
rious sections of tho town. Four sec
tional meetings are hold each Wed
nesday evening, a leader being as
signed for each. On last Wednesday
evening, notwithstanding the rain
and mud, these meetings were WPII
attended and exceptionally inspiring
meetings were held. The following
homes will be the places of meetings
this (Wednesday) evening: J. G.
Abbott, W. R. Craig, j. W. Shelor
and the parsonage The publie is cor
dially invited to these meetings.
-666 cures chills and fever.-anv
-There are some excellent pic
tures booked for showing for thu re
mainder of this week at The Star
Theatre, Walhalla. To-night and
Thursday Wallace Reid, a local fa
vorite,-will appear in "What's Your
.Hurry?" This picture Is sure to
please you. It ls one of Wallace
.Reid's latest and best. Friday night
dainty May M?Alvoy will appear in
"Everything for iSale." This picture
has played to crowded houses wher
ever lt has been shown, and you
should not miss it. On Saturday a
new aerial will bo started entitled
"Winners of the West." If you like
thrills you will get plenty during the
run of this absorbing story. There
will be the usual comedy film's in
connection with the serial. 'Matinee
every afternoon at 3.30 and night
tehow at 7.30.
-To prevent a cold take 666.-ad
-There were about 50 farmers
met at the Court House last Monday
to consider the matter of procuring
advances for agricultural purposes.
The War Finance Corporation a'
Washington will advance in the way
of loans at 5 % per cen t to co-opera
tive corporations of farmers, on live
stock insured, insured growing
crops and cotton warehouse certifi
cates. The loans will bo made of ap
proximately one-half value of live
stock and crops, and 12 cents pound
for average middling cotton. It was
unanimously decided to form the
Oconee Credit Corporation for the
purpose outlined, and a meeting will
soon he called to havo all who desire
to procure advances to put up their
security and perfect the organiza
tion. The corporation, under tho act
of Congress will bo permitted to
charge not over 2 per cent over tho
rate of Interest that the money Is
loaned to lt. Members or stockhold
ers will 'be permitted and required
to take 20 per cent of the amount of
their loans in stock In the corpora
tion, which will give a working cap
ital. This stock is to remain in tho
corporation for at least two years,
when any stockholder may withdraw
his stock upon 60 days' notico. Mem
ibers who put up the 20 per cent
stock will 'be allowed to borrow at
any time that they m'ay desire upon
approved security four times the
amount of their stock. 'Major Wm.
J. Stripling and J. R. Earle wore In
structed to take the necessary steps
at once to procuro the chnrter for
the organization. For tho presont any
farmer who desires to avail himself
or herself of this attractive proposi
tion should seo and leave their
names with Major Strlbllng or Mr.
Earle. Later there will he a man in
each township In -ho ?ounty through
whom application may bo made.
-Rub-My-Tism, a pain killer.-ad
-Tho announcement of the death
of J. Ad. Perry, which occurred ot
his home at Clayton, Ala., on Jan.
22d, carno as a great surprise and
source of deep sorrow to many old
friends In Walhalla, his former
homo. No ono here know of his Ill
ness, and consequently were not pre
pared for the shocking news of his
death. Tho following notice of hi??
death appeared In tho Clayton papor
of somo time back: "By a strange
decree of providence death lnvndod
tho ranks of our population on last
Monday morning and removed the
gentle soul of that splendid citizen,
J. Ad. Perry. Ho foll 111 more than
a month ago, and struggled hero.
Ically against a complication of seri
ous troubles, whjch finally overcame
his strength, and his gentle voice
was silenced, his bravo heart stilled,
and his sweet spirit transplanted In
to higher realms. (Mr. Perry was ?
nntlve of South ?Carolina, having
come Into this community a number
of years ago. 'He marrlod Into one
of the oldest and best, families,
choosing for his companion Miss
Welton >Fenn, who survives him, and
for whom every heart in this com
munity ls heavy with sorrow In thc
hour of hor bereavement. By nature
a gentleman, kind, courteous, con
siderate and affable, ho soon won bia
woy lntto tho cffectlons of all who
know him. He practiced that sweet
est of nil virtues, charity of tho gen
uino, unobtrusive kind,, nftd many
t)f his tender ministrations to' those
In distress escaped the light, of pub
licity and tho notice of the world
Modest and unassuming, ho was nomi
tho loss active in his business af
fairs, and wrought well whatovor he
1888 - ? i-- 1922
Bread is the Staff of Life: There
fore Have It Good.
Those Flours aro produced In Ballard's large, clean and ventilated
nilli, with a capacity of 3,000 barrels every 24 hours. It is run day
and night in titree shifts of eight Hours, furnishing employment ta
OOO happy and contented men and women, who shuro in the. profits,
aro covered with lifo insurance,, h ave throe club rooms at their dis
posal, and a summer camp on thc beautiful Ohio River.
Only tlie Cream-about one-half of each grain-of carefully selec
ted Soft Whiter Wheat ls used to moko OBELISK FLOUR. This
Wheat is thoroughly cleaned five times, ground between immens o
stool rolls, and is sifted through tho purest of white silk cloth.
BALLARD'S SELF-RISING FLOUR-a strictly modern product
is mado of OBELISK, with just exactly tho proper quantity of the
highest grade baking powder and salt scientifically added. You can
make tho most delicious, white, light, beautiful biscuits in THREE
essary to add sweet milk (or Water); und shortening. It is quite im
possible to make a failure with it.
We-know that you will bo delighted with either of these two Hours,
which aro always obtainable from us.
Agent for F. S. Royster Guano Co.
Sec me before buying your Ferti
lizer. I want your business.
Office in J. M. BARRON'S STORE,
Seneca, S. C.
Genuine Hyde Cultivators,
Our Stocks are complete and prices are as low as
consistent with legitimate business methods. Call on
Uo and we will give you service.
Whitmir e=Marett Hdw. Co.
On Gash Basis.
undertook, il io had not passed on
life's rugged highway tho stone that
marks a very high point, for ho died
when 'manhood's morning' had bare
ly merged into noon, and yet he had
established himself so that his influ
ence and the record of his good
deeds, his devotion to his loved ones
and his friends, his love for his fel
low-man and his tender sympathy
for those borne down by affliction
Eire bright spots toward which mem
Dry will always delightfully turn. Be
lt snld to his eternal "credit that ho
thought ill of no man, and no words
of censure or unkindness escaped
his generous lips. May that 'peace
which Passeth understanding' com
fort and sustain his sorrowing rela
tives and friends, and rest his great
soul forever!" Mr. Perry was born
at Old Pondloton about 55 years ago,
ind was a son of tho lato William
ind Margaret Perry, well known cit
izens of 'Walhalla In the years gone
by, they having moved to Walhalla
\ number of years before they were
jailed from earth to tholr reward
ibove. Mr. Perry had been married
Tor albout 20 years. His body was
aid to rest In the cemetery at Clay
ton, Ala., on tho day following his
ieath. Ho is survived by his wife
ind tho following brothors and sis
ters: iWm. 'G. and Chas. W. Perry,
?f Greenville; Louis E. .Perry, Ashe
ville, Nf. C.; Geo. 'D. Perry, North
karolina; Mrs. J. W. Keys, Char
otto, N. C., and "Mrs. Carrlo Perry
Moore, of Sumter. iMr. Perry' had
or a number of years boen engaged
n the timber business and farming
>n an extens've scalo near Clayton,
Ma., and had made a success of his
indertakings. For a numiber f
/ears he was an engineer in the ser
vice of several railroads, nnd held
ilgh rank among his follows as an
mg-lneer and mechanic of moro tha.i
>rdlnnry note. His passing away :s
tho source of great sorrow among
ila old frlonds horo and In other sec
tions, of our State, for ho was woll
renown to a wide circle. Ho was a
irother-ln-law of Capt. fi. K. Dendy,
3r., of Sonoca, who married a sister
)f the doccasod, Miss Lina Perry.
Owing to tho present depres
sion, wo have put our business
on a strictly cash basis.
Wo solicit your patronage and
hopo for mutual benefit by this
Bel ' Drug Store,
All persons indebted to tho Estate
of Otto Kaufmann, Deceased, are
hereby notified to make payment
to the undersigned, and all persons
having claims against said Estate
will present the samo, duly attested,
within the time prescribed bv law.
or be barred.
Exocutlrx of tho Estate of Otto Kauf
mann, Decoasod.
Jan. 25, 1922. 4-7
I, C. J. Lyon, United States 'Marshal
for tho Westorn District of South
Carolina, In pursuance of tho provis
ions of an ordor of the United States
District Judge, in tho case of tho U.
S. vs. Hal Austin, will, on WEDNES
DAY, February 15, 1922, at 12 N.
of the said dny, In tho City of Wal
halla, State of South Carolina, at tho
front of Hughs Garage, soil at public
auction, to the., highest. bidder, one
Ford AutomobP'?',' M?lor7 No. 4 919118,
owned, or supposed'to bo owned, by
Hal Austin. C. J. LYON,
Uni tod States Marshal.
Feb. 1, 1922. 5-7

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