THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921.
II CARTER HILL
Mr. find Mrs. Herman Wages and son
Herman, Jr., visited the latter's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Alford 81ms, of near
Winder, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss f.uree Treadwell, assistant
teacher of this place, was the week
end guest of her parents at Statliain.
Little Annie Belle Queen, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Queen, has
Been very sick, but is bettey at this
Mr. asd Mrs. C. A. Edwards and fam
ily of Bethel, visited Mr. and Mrs. 0.
W. Fuller and family Sunday.
Miss Ollie Wheelus, principal teach
er of this place, visited at Winder a
fihort while Saturday. •
Mrs. ,1. M. Fuller visited her sister,
Mrs. W. A. Smith at Bethlehem a short
while Sunday hfternooiv
Mrs. Ida Wages is visiting at Beth
lehem this week the guests of her son,
Mr. Henry Wages.
Sunday school at this place is on a
(worn, everybody cordially invited to
attend at 2:80 I’. M.
Clement Bentley and Barto Crow of
Winder spent Sunday with Odus and
Judge H. G.Hill, f Winder was in
our burg Sutday.
The farmers in this section are very
busy preparing their land for another
The singing at Mr. Thomas Pruitts
Sunday night was highly enjoyed by
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crook, of Bishop,
f-pont Sunday with Mr. It. I). Cr oic
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chapman visited
Mr. and Mrs Deo Chapman near Win
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Suddeth visited
relatives in Jefferson Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Patrick visited
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Willbanks near
Mr. Carl Boyd spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones of Mt. Ta
bor spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Jones
Mr and Mrs. PavefLyle visited the
former’s sister, Mrs. Dora McDonald,
at Ebenezer Sunday.
Tlie sinking given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. M. F. Chapman Sunday night
was enjoyed by all present.
Day by Day.
Every day Is a little life, and ont
whole life is but a day repeated,
Those, therefore, that dare lose a day
are dangerously prodigal; those that
flare misspend It. desperate.—Bishop
Phone 286 Phone 286
Winder Drug Cos.
Winder Natl. Bank Bldg.
You will eventually be one of our customers. Why
not begin now? The store that satisfies it’s patrons;
the place you feel at home in. The place we want you
to feel an interest in, is the new place-WINDER DRUG
We are exclusive agents for Norris’, Whitman’s
and Hollingsworth’s fine Candies. When better candy
is made, we sell it.
It costs no more to have your prescription filled
here where you get the service of a Pnarmacist of ten
Our Soda Fountain maintains a service that is un
equalled in Winder. We make ’em better for the same
price. Our delivery service is at your command. If
you are out of the city we send it Parcel Post and we
pay the charges. We are here to please you. If its from
here it’s right,
Winder Drug Cos.
(■" Winder Natl. Bank Bldg.
£ ‘‘Accomodating Druggists”
Phone 286 Phone 286
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Sikes and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Fiestas Kenney had her
guest Fridj^^ Mrs. Kilby Sikes.
Miss Gertrude Skelton, who is teach
ing at Bear Creek, spent the week-end
with her parents in Lawrenceville, and
had as her guest while there Miss Cor
Little James Hunter was the guest of
little Settle Ruth Hunter Sunday.
Misses Bird and Prudie Belle Sikes
spent Friday in Statham.
Master Dupree Wages was the guest
Saturday night and Sunday of Master I
Mr. Walter Huff spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Mon Hikes.
Misses Sara and Annie Hunter had
as their guest Sunday night Miss Ger
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hunter and chil-
dren spent Wednesday night with Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Hunter.
Mr and Mrs. Bud Kenney and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Makey were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hunter
Sunday at Ilacula.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Nicholson and
children were guests of Mr and Mrs.
J. J. Wages Sunday.
Mrs. C. W. Butler and children spent
Monday afternoon with Mrs. W. S.
Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Haynie and
children were the dinner guests of Mrs.
Snllle Potter Sunday.
Miss Lois Nicholson spent Sunday
with ids grandmother, Mrs. Wages.
The Sunday school is progressing
nicely at this place.
Mr. Brodie l’oss was the guest of his
sister, Mrs. Rosa Potter, Sunday.
Miss Annie Lou Patton had as her
guest Saturday night and Sunday Miss
Jewell Smith and Miss Luke.
Mrs. Fannie Titshaw was the week
end guest of Mrs. Pearl Barnett.
The farmers are feeling Hue to see
the sun shining and art* getting ready
for plowing once more.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sims were Satur
day night and Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Golden Hunter.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lackey are spend
isg a few days with her sister, Mrs.
Woodfe Watford near Lawrenceville.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miller are
spending the week-end with the lat
ter's father and mother, near Social
Mr. George Casper and family were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cas
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Perkins were
Saturday night ami Sunday guests of
Mr. \V. 11. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hollifleld were
guests of Mrs. Hull Clack.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Foster were
the guests Sunday afternoon of Mr.
and Mrs. Wills.
Master Clarence and Pallie Miller
and Ella Martin were Sunday guests
of Misses Beulah and Ruby Miller.
Misses Nora Kellum and Rossie Bar
ber were Saturday and Sunday guests
of Misses Eddie and Rath Delay.
We are very sorry to know that Mrs.
1,. P. Miller is quite ill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lackey were the
guests of Mr. und Mrs. Roy Martin
Mr. Curtis lost a fine milk cow on
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Morrow were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
JOSEPH D. QUILLIAN
Office in Old Court House
Meet your friends at the new Drug
Store. Phone 286. Winder Drug Cos.
LOST.Chevrolet ear crank in Win
der.—J. B. Brookshire.
HAY FOR SALE.
I will have in a very short time a
car of choice Timothy Hay. See me
before buying. Cheap for cash. —L. I*.
Eley, Phone 348.
FOR SALE —One good mule, about
7 years old. Close price.—W. E. El
der, Winder, ltt. 1. It
Make your telephone pay its rent.
Call 286. Quality first. Service next.
Winder Drug Cos.
Buy Galvanized Rootling, Ridge Roll
and Valley Tin froc Smith Hardware
Reid’s Early Yellow Dent Seed Corn,
sold by Smith Hardware Cos.
Violin, Banjo, Guitar and Mandolin
Strings sold by Smith Hardware Cos.
Its just off Broad on Candler St.
in Winder National Bank Building.
Winder Drug Cos.
Red, Yellow and White Onion Sets
at Smith Hardware Company.
FOR RENT—B-rooms upstairs corner
Athens and Broad streets. Steam heat
and'all conveniences. Apply to Moss
FOR RENT —Six room house with
water, lights, garden and pasture; on
Athens street.—M. It. Maynard.
FOR RENT —8-room house with 3
rooms rented, lights, sewerage, garden.
Apply at this office.
THE WINDER NEWS
Friday and Saturday
to be BARGAIN days at
Our Sale closed last Saturday and must say it was a
great success. We sold more goods than we anticipated
and reduced our stocks so we can replace with new
goods at very attractive prices. We are going to contin
ue to sell cheap, but naturally had to advance our prices
just a little on a few things.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NEXT.
We find that a few of our customers failed to purchase
all their wants and some failed to get here on account
of sickness and the weather. So we have decided to let
everything go at the sale price on these two days. We
are going to add a few specials also in addition to what
we already had, which we quote below:
Good hickory Shirting at, per yard 12£c
1 lot ladies & childrens Sweaters, to close out SI.OO
1 lot high priced ladies sweaters to go at $3.95
1 lot nice Georgette and Crepe de Chine waists at less
than HALF PRICE.
1 lot ladies and childrens shoes and oxfords, real cheap
Also a close out lot of men’s shoes and oxfords at prices
that will astonish you.
Come on and get them. We appreciate your trade
and want you to have them. Will look for you Friday
To the Ladies: We will have anew lot oi hats and
millinery goods in Saturday. Wait and see our new
stock before you buy.
Yours for cheaper prices,
J. W. SUMMEROUR
The Stock Sacrificing Special
Cash Raising Sale
Smith Hardware Cos.
is saving the farmers and people of this section thou
sands of dollars in their purchases of hardware, tools,
implements, wagons, paints, etc, etc.
We have on hand some Imitation Oliver Plows and
Points made by the Lynchburg Plow Cos., we offer our
stock as follows:
Plows Points B. C. 9.50 45c
Goober $0.90 25c Xo. 10 11.50 45c
A. C. 30c Xo. 13 7.50 50c
Fowler Cultivators, called by some BUZZARDS.
The regular price of Fowler Cultivators for this season
as made by the manufacturer is $15.00 each. Any time
during March a SIO.OO Bill will buy one.
Best 4-ply cotton plow lines 36 ft. long, weigh 17 ozs.
at 35c per pair, 3 pairs for SI.OO.
Adjustible Logger Head Hames, regular $2.25 Grade,
for only, per pair $1.50
Fresh Garden Seed in Bulk; you get more for the money
Large White Marrow Fat English Peas
Early Telephone English Peas.
Extra Early Yellow Dent Corn
McCaslan Pole Beans
Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans
Moseley Home Raised Cornfield beans
Early Red Valentine Bunch Beans
1000 to 1 Bunch Beans ’
Earliest of all Bunch Butter Beans
Running Butter Beans.
Visit our store where your money goes further and
where quality is never sacrificed for price.
Smith Hardware Cos.
The Winchester Store.
SERVICE AND QUALITY
Winder, . : Georgia.
SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YE^B
Giant Stringless Green Pod Bunch
Tom Watson Water Melon Seed
’ Kleekley Sweet Water Melon Seed
Rocky Ford Canteloupe Seed
Red, White and Yellow Onion Sets
Boston Pickling Cucumber
Peas—Xasturtiums and Etc.