v THURSDAY, fMARCH 24, 1921.
A GREAT JULY THE
Senator Thomas E. Watson and Gov
ernor Thomas W. Hardwick will be
tlie principal speakers at Union City
on the Fourth of July, at the biggest
fish fry and chicken feast ever given
in Georgia, according to plans of the
Campbell County Farmers’ Union ami
citizens of the county. Both dis
tinguished Georgians have accepted the
invitation to deliver addresses.
A huge tank lias been built at Un
ion City in whiclv 10,000 river catfish
will be fattened for the feast, and. the
farmers are raising more than a thou
sand chickens to be fried for the occa
Charles S. Barrett, president of the
National Farmers’ Union, and other
mpu of national prominence, will be
' among the honored guests. The hosts
extend an invitation to the “state-at
large to be their guests on this occa
PAINTS NEW STOKE BUILDING.
Dr. G. W. DeLaPerriere is having
his drug store building, corner Broad
and Candler streets, painted white with
black stripes, which adds much to its
attractive appearance. Messrs. Bron
son and Melton are doing the work.
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Office in Carithers Building.
Practice in All the Courts
JOSEPH D. QUILLIAN
Office in Old Court House
DR. J. H. MOORE
Oflice over City Pharmacy
Office Phone: 62J —Res. Phone 69
DR. CHARLES HAYES
Specialty: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
511 Holman Building
Office Hours: 9t012 A. M. Itos P. M.
, S. T. ROSS
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 303-304 Winder Bank Bldg.
G. A. JOHNS
Attorney at Law
Oflice Over Carithers Bank.
Practice In All Courts.
S. M. ST. JOHN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Cut Glass
Repair Work Done Promptly
Broad Street Winder, Ga.
W. L. DeLaPERRIERE
Fillings, Bridge and Plate Work
Done in Most Scientific and
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Suite 410 Winder National Bank Bldg.
Oflice Hours: 10 to 12 A. M., and
1 to 4 P. M. Residence Phone 213.
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Winder National Bank Building
Winder: 8:30 to 10 A. M.; 2tosP. M.
, Bethlehem : 1 to 2 P. M.
Phone: Office No. 154. Residence 174.
W. H. QUARTERMAN
Attorney at Law
Prcatice In All Courts
Commercial Law a Specialty
DR. R. P- ADAMS
Phones: Office 24. Residence 6
Dr. C. S. Williams
offices in the Winder National Bank
Residence Phone 234—Office Phone 81
W. M. THOMA S
Phone 40—Jackson Street
“Her color rose,” the story says.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Services for Sunday.
Sunday school 10 :30. S. F. Maughon,
Preaching 11:30, “An Efficient
Junior B. Y. P. U. 7 P. M., Essie Lee
Preaching 8 P. M. “The Frivolous
Woman of Today.”
Senior B. Y. P. U. Thursdays 2 p. in.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 8 P. M.
followed by choir practice. If you will
come to Sunday school we will have
275 Sunday. Come.
W. H. FAUST, Pastor.
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THIS EDITORIAL IS TAKEN FROM THE
JANUARY 26TH ISSUE OF ENGINEERING
AND CONTRACTING, A MAGAZINE PUB- .
LISHED IN CHICAGO.
“A charge persisted in without knowledge c 4 facts is
nothing short of slander. We may safely broaden this gen
eralization to read: Persistent statements not based on in
vestigation of facts are tantamount to deliberate falsifica
“We concede that the average man is as yet very care
less in his assertions, and that he sees nothing reprehensible
in being wrong. But when being wrong in an assertion
works injury to someone, the asserter is morally but little
above a common liar.
“During the past few years when public utility owners
and managers have been begging the public for relief from
excessively low rates for services rendered, there have been
numberless printed assertions by public officials to the
effect that existing rates were his"h enough to yield a fair
return upon actual investments. Even where appraisals by
reputable engineers and audits by accountants have belied
such assertions, rarelv have the asserters had the honesty
to investigate the facts. Instead, their unusual practice has
been to ignore all evidence and persist in their unprovable
“To such a pass has this form of immorality brought
things that several state legislatures are to be asked to
rescind laws relating to state regulation of public utility
rates. When mayors and other public officials persist in
telling the public that street railways can profitably carry
passengers at 5 and 6 cents, is it any wonder that many
people have come to regard state utility commissions as
being the tools of utility companies?
“In one state the governor has ousted all the utility com
missioners, because they incurred the ill will of certain
people on account of rate increases granted to public utili
ties. In another state one of the most fearless and capable
utility commissioners has resigned, apparently disgusted
with the charges made not merely by some mayors but by
some newspapers that the commission has done nothing
but raise utility rates unnecessarily. If the engineering
societies in such states were a few years in advance of their
present development, probably the public would receive au
thoritative expressions of engineering opinion that would
contradict and perhaps silence the false statements of dema
gogic mayors. The time is certainly overripe for protests
from associations of professional and business men against
the baseless assertions and the selfish acts of politicians who
are pandering to the worst side of human nature. The
public would like to ride on street cars for a nickel. They
would like better to ride for nothing. Hence the public is
not only willing to be convinced, but is half convinced be
fore any one has spoken that the ‘predatory railway kings’
are robbing them. The silence of men who know better—-
engineers, business men and editors—is taken as evidence
that the statements of the pandering politicians are true.
“It will not do to excuse ourselves from the dut -of
speaking and acting now. We have ‘passed the buck’ tc’iea
without number, until a few more passings will find us all
riding in the street cars as slowly and expensively operated
as the elevators in the typical city hall. America is face to
face with municipal ownership of street car systems, of gas
and electric plants. Steadily and with unrelenting pressure,
the economic life of public utility companies is being
squeezed out. State cbmmissions and courts are trying to
be just, but an ignorant public is constantly threatening
them and doing all that it can to block their efforts. The
ignorance of the public is mainly ascribable to the silence,
of the men who are most competent to speak not only with
authority but with freedom from selfish motives—the pro
“Whether there is to be municipal ownership of all utili
ties or not, professional engineers will be employed. Many
engineers think that their chances of securing adequate
compensation are better under public than under private
administration. At all events there is so little to choose in
that, respect, that engineers as a body cannot be charged
with selfish motives in advocating fair rates for public
utility corporation services and fair treatment of public util
“Apropos of the unsound attitude of most munici; \ offi
cials relative to public utility rates, we quote from a ecent
address before the League of California Municipalities by
W. E. Creed, president of the Pacific Gas and Electric Cos.:
“ ‘On the habit of jumping at conclusions without knowl
edge of the facts, I cite the official procedure when an
application for increased rates is filed.
“ ‘The city council mrts. It forthwith passes a resolu
tion and instructs the city attorney to oppose the applica
tion. The city attorney issues his public pronouncement,
duly accompanied by photographs, saying: “I will fight to
the last ditch,” as he raises his eyes to heaven and prays to
God to give him strength that justice may triumph and right
“ ‘Never in all my experience, and I have been in the
public utility business a good many years as a lawyer and
as an executive, never in all my experience have I ever
heard of, read, or seen a resolution by a city council direct
ing a city attorney to investigate the facts and to reason
from those facts to a sound conclusion in the public inter
est. Apparently some public officials are not concerned
about the facts, but are stalwart nevertheless in their con
“ ‘A rate inquiry ought not to be an adversary proceed
ing, but should be a mutual and co-operative investigation
of the facts, proceeding upon the theory that either too
high or too low a rate is an injury both to the utility and
to the public’.”
Pastors Meet in Weekly
The Barrow county preachers met
in weekly conference Monday. The
paper of the day was read by Rev. T.
C. Buchanan, subject: “Religious Lit
Next Monday Rev. S. R. Grubb, the
new Christian minister, will give the
Plans to boost the Third Sunday in
April as “Go to Sunday School Day,”
for Barrow county were perfected.
Every school in the county is urged
to do its best and report results to the
Ministers’ Conference. The following
reports were made:
First Baptist S. S. 246.
Methodist S. S. 361.
Second Baptist S. S 50.
Christian S. S. 179.
Cedar Creek S. S 39.
THE WINDER NEWS
LOCAL PASTOR IN
Rev. W. 11. Faust, pastor of the
First Baptist chucrli, of this city, has
been requested by Manager L. 1). New
ton to siH-ak in the All-State-Tour in
the interest of the 75 Million Campaign
at Dalton on March 29tli, and at Cav
tersville on March 30th.
Mr. Faust did a great work through
North Georgia two years ago while
the campaign was on and is great de
mand for this work.
Sunday school at this place is tak
ing on the genuine interest that it
takes to make a Sunday school go.
There was a very good attendance on
last Sunday and all manifested much
interest in tlie work.
The singing given by Miss Gerdie
Wood Sunday evening was well at
tended and enjoyed by those present.
Mr. and Mrs. O. I). Cheek had as
their guests Saturday night, Mr. Jas.
Feogah and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ethridge visit
ed the latter’s grand mother, Mrs
Smith of near Hosehton Sunday.
Mr. Arthur Wages and sister, Callie,
Bell, were guests of Mr. and Mrs
Parks Phillips Saturday night.
Miss Gerdie Wood entertained Sat
urday evening the following of her
friends: Misses Lula and Delia Fea
gans, Callie Bell Wages, little Miss
Uel Cheek, Adel Ethridge, Masters
Boyd and Lloyd Cheek, Otis Feagans.
Autry Cheek visited Mr. Curtis Eth
ridge Saturday night.
Mrs. Alma Phillips spent Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. Mattie Ethridge.
Messrs. Parks Phillips and C. G.
Ethridge went to Lawrenceville Wed
Messrs. G. I. and T. V. Wood attend
ed court at Lawrenceville Tuesday.
Mr. Olin and Miss Allenc Smith of
near Auburn were in our burg Sunday.
Mrs. U. G. Sloan and children spent
S tin day witli Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Burel, of Zion Hill.
Mr. Bud Willard, who has been con
fined to liis bed for a week, suffering
with a broken shoulder and other in
juries, resulting from a fall from his
wagon, we are sorry to note is not re
covering very speedily.
Miss Gerdie Wood was the guest of
Miss Willie Sloan Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Orr, of Flow
ery Branch, were guests of tiie latter’s
parents, Mr. ’and Mrs. H. M. Tuggle,
With best wishes for The News and
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DRS. JENNINGS AND
Thursday afternoon, March 31, at 3
o’clock, will he held at the First Bap
tist church here a conference of work
ers from the Appnlachee and Mulberry
associations on the 75 Million Cam
Every church is urged to have all
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M. J. Griffeth
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its officers ami workers present.
Lunch will be served in the church
parlors at 7 o’clock and at 8 o'clock.
Rev. E. H. Jennings, pastor of Prince
Avenue Baptist church and Rev. E. M.
Campbell, pastor of the First Baptist
church of Gainesville, will speak. Ev
erybody is invited.
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