THURBRAT, MAY 5, 1921.
AMONG THE CHURCHES
Mothers’ D%y At The
10:15. A. M. Mothers l>ay program
at the Sunday school. Attendance goal
800. Flowers will be given to all who
attend to l* worn in honor of mother.
Automobiles will be provided for the
aged and infirm, or those not within
walking distance. The school is plan
ning to make this the greatest day in
11:30. A. M. Preaching by Dr.
W. T. Hamby, Presiding Elder of the
Gainesville District. Special music.
7:30 P. M. Epworth League ser
vice. Election of officers.
8:15 P. M. Hally and platform
meeting under the auspices of the Men's
<dub. Music by the Men’s choir. Dr.
Hamby and others will speak.
The Sunday school will have it s first
picnic of the year, with basket dinner
at Park's Mill on Friday, May 13th.
Keep this date clear.
Revival services begin on June 12th.
Further announcements later.
L. Wilkie Collins. Pastor.
Mothers Day at First
Sunday school at 10:15. IVear a
rose in honor of mother.
To recent brides the pastor would
say, start your bomelife by honoring
To young mothers, emphasise the
worthwhile things in your home, and
stress first things most.
To mothers whose arms are empty,
pour out your wealth of love upon the
children of others remembering you will
thus be blessed yourself.
McCauley said of his mother. —
“Often do 1 wish in my struggles with
the hard uncaring world, for the deep,
sweet serenity I felt when of an even
ing, resting in her bosom 1 listened to
some quiet tale, suitable to my uge,
read in her tender, untiring voice. Nev
er can I forget her sweet glances cast
upon me when I appeared asleep; nev
er her kiss of peace at night. Years
have passed since we laid her beside
my father in the cold churchyard, yet
still her voice whispers from the grave
and her eye watches over me as 1 visit
spots long since hullowed by her mem,
At night the subject will be “The
Greatest Question of the Day.”
Junior B. Y. P. V. Sunday at 7 :00 P.
M., Hilda Faust, President.
Senior B. Y. P .U. Sundays 6:30 P.
M., Sylvester Sauls, President.
Aim 500 in Sunday school.
Come. W. H. Faust, Pastor.
Anew lot of ladies hats
worth up to SB.OO. Good
selection. On sale at
One Table of Dry goods
worth up to 35c. On sale
See our Sheetings. On
sale at -
7c and 9c
The program for Sunday morning will
be in celebration of Mother’s Day. The
music will be adapted to the spirit of
the day and there will be recitations
and other special features at the Sun
day school hour. Do not forget to wear
a white flower in honor of your moth
er., If you are away from home write
a letter to your mother and tell here
that you are keeping this day especial
ly in memory of her. If your mother
has entered into the New Home com
municate with her by way of the throne
The hour of the Bible school is 10:15
At 11:20 the subject of the sermort
will be “Faith of Our Mothers."
Evening sermon at 8:00 o’clock,
At the community hour on Friday,
night. May flth, there will be four reeds
of moving picture entitled “The Allied
Smash to Berlin.” All are invited.
This is n World War Picture. Follow
ing the picture there will l>e a “Sing.”
Say boy, did you miss that Scout
picture last Friday night? Sorry for
you, old man.
Boy Scouts will meet on Saturday
night at 8 o'clock.
This is a rheumatism of the muscles
of the back. It combs on suddenly and
is quite painful. Every, movement ag
gravates the disease. Go to bed, keep
quiet and have Chamberlain's Liniment
applied and a quick recovery may be
expected. Mrs. F. J. Dann, Brockport,
N. Y., writes: “I can honestly say that
Chamberlain’s Liniment cured me of
lumbago n year ngo last summer. When
I began using it, I was Hut on my back
in bed and could not turn to the left or
right. 1 had a bottle of Chamberlain’s
Liniment in the house and this was ap
plied to my back. It promptly drove
away the pains and aches.”
* This is a very dangerous disease, par
ticularly to children under five years of
age, hut when no paregoric, codeine or
other opiate is given, Is easily cured by
giving Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.
Most people believe that it must run
its course, not knowing that the time is
very much shortened, and that there is
little danger from the disease when
this remedy is given. It has been used
in many epidemics of whooping cough,
with pronounced success. It is safe
and pleasant to take.
A dime and a quarter pays for a din
ner at the Red Cross benefit Saturday,
Prices Tell the Story in
Summerour’s Clean-Sweep Sale
Read Each and Every One
Be sure to attend this Sale Friday and Saturday-something Special
J. W. SUMMEROUR
IN HER SEARCH
Huntington Woman Despaired of Ever
Being Well But Tanlac Proved
“Ten years is a long time tO ( suffer
and I am certainly thankful that I am
once more enjoying good health,” said
Mrs. Ida Smith, of 214 Seventh street,
Huntington, W. Va.
“I was getting worse so rapidly that
I felt if something wasn’t done soon I
couldn’t live much longer. I had spent
a small fortune trying to get relief, but
with no results. I had such a dre'ad
ful case of indigestion that I could hard
ly eat a thing and was slowly starving
to death. Often I had cramping spells
that almost drove me fryitic and I
suffered awfully with bloating, palpi
tation and heartburn.
“At times I would almost suffocate,
I was badly constipated and was hard
ly ever free from headaches. I was ex
tremely nervous, couldn’t sleep well
and was so discouraged that I almost
“I have taken only four bottles of
Tanlac and I enjoy my meals now, for
I haven’t the slightest touch of indiges
tion, no matter what I eat. lam free
from constipation and headaches and
my uerves are so steady that I sleep
sound as I ever did. I have
pounds, feel well and happy
tad .reebmmend Tanlac with all my
Evils of Constipation.
Perhaps the most serious of the dis
eases caused by constipation is appen
dicitis. If you would avoid this dan
gerous disease, keep your bowels reg
ular. For this purpose Chamberlain’s
Tablets are excellent, easy to take and
mild and gentle in effect.
S. A. L. Schedule
In Effect May Ist, 1921.
No. 11 arrives 6:32 a.in.
No. 17 arrives 8 :42 a. m.
No. 5 arrives 3 :<H> p in.
No. 29 arrives 7:27 P m -
No. 30 arrives ‘ 9:15 a.m.
No. 6 arrives 2:35 pm.
No. 18 arrives 7:00 P m
No. 12 arrives H :07 P- m -
Chamberlain’s Tablets Are Mild And
Gentle in Effect.
The laxative effect of Chamberlain’s
Tablets is so mild and gentle that you
can hardly realize that it has been pro
duced by a medicine.
Ladies Slippers, worth
up to SB.OO. On sale at
See our Ladies Hose at
Men’s Sox at
THE WINDER NEWS
Charter No 10805 Report of the Condition of Reserve District No. 6.
WINDER NATIONAL BANK
at Winder, Georgia, at the close of business on April 28th, 1921.
I. Total loans .and discounts, including rediscounts $686,360.70
Deduct: _ . , , ..
and Notes and bills rediscounted with Federal Reserve Bank (other than *430 502 9S
bank acceptances sold) , „ _ . $243,642.30 246,807.<2 $439,502.98
e Notes and bills rediscounted other than with Federal Reserve Bank
other than bank acceptances sold) . 3,-15.4- 846 32
2 Overdrafts unsecureil _ _ - ——— ——
3 Customers’’liability account of “Acceptances” executed by this bank and by other bank -isinntxV
for account of this bank, and now outstanding xb. uu
4. U. S. Government securities owned: * 000 non no
a Deposited to secure circulation (U. 8. bonds par value) -W.outUH
b All other United States Government Securities 4/,uou.uu 24? Q(>
Total —————— —— Qrtoonft
5. OTHER bonds, stocks, securities, etc:..-..- wkoooo
6. Banking House, $47,300,000; Furniture and fixtures $12,500.00 . 18995 45
8. ('ash in vault —•— iu oqq
9. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve ank 0470714
11. Net amounts due from national banks 1 Aqurt
14. Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank l.bdb.ST
Total of Items 9, 11, and 14 - 7-7. '
15. Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items 1.34b.3(
16. Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer and due from U. 8. Treasurer 10,0(K .0 )
17. Premium on I . S. Bonds 5898,068.38
oaa Ann An
18. Capital stock paid in loooonoo
19. Surplus fund ‘ls 080 74
20. Undivided profits ’ '
c LesTeurrent"expenses, " ’ ’ 17 ’ 469 ' 96
24 NrtTmou'ots and trust companies in the United States and 5 * 02 6
foreign countries '430 10
25. Certified cheeks outstanding 0 983 67
26. Cashier's checks 011 own hank outstanding 9,246.03
Demand (other'lton Rank" deposit s)~ ' subject to Reserve (deposits payable
within 30 days) : , . _ 182,833.99
27. Indnvidual deposits subject to check qq
31 T otal'of l^mand a deposrtV(other"thanlMink"deposrttß) _ Bubject to”Re*erve, _ ifenis 27 _ 182,908.99
Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30 days or subject to 30 days or mo
notice, and postal savings: 51,262.85
33. Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) -- ' 45.159.73
35. Other time deposits '- - 96,452.58
Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 33 and 35 37,550.00
qq tt 8 Govpmment Securities borrowed (See note) ---
40 Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank (including obligations represe - 25.000.00
lug nionev borrowed other than rediscounts 14.500.00
3TSS?S isttss+xsxsstz ,£gjS
~ ~ CORRECT- —ATTEST:
State of Georgia, County of Barrow, ss: ,io solemnlv swear that the above THOS. M. MAYNARD,
I, C. O. Maddox, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear inaj i L g. RADFORD,
statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief C. O. Ma , j M WILLIA MS,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd.day of Ma^ IR “ M j OL jveß, N. P. Directors.
Good work shirts at
Denim Shirts at- 98c
See our Voiles and Or
Misses Gingham Dress
es at i. 85c
Quick Delivery Phone 119
J. H. WHEELER
The place where a dollar will go furthest. The peo
pie are hunting for that place today more than ever, ana
they are learning that this is the place to come. And.
your trade is the most appreciated here.
10 lbs. Sugar 85c. Come and get your part.
Good Flour per bl. SB.OO and up. aa
Remember, still selling Kerosene 5 gallons for SI.UU-
Low prices on all kinds of Feed Stuffs.
Men’s SSO and S6O Suits
On sale at-
Men’s Shoes worth u*p to
$6.00, On sale at-
Men’s Union Suits Top
kis. On sale at
Ladies Gingham Dress
es at .; $1.45
SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR