THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1921.
KNOWS WHERE TO
GO NOW_FOR HELP
Another Nashville Woman Benefltted
, by Tanlac Tliree Years
• “Tanlac relieved me of my troubles
and put me in splendid condition three
years ago and I know just where to go
when I need something to build me up,”
said Mrs. Louis E. Sneed, 1218 Fifth
Ave., Nashville, Tenn., while purchas
ing a bottle of Tanlac.
j “I suffered for years from stomach
trouble and about three years ago I got
into an awful condition. I couldn’t eat
a thing but what caused me to suffer
agonies, my nerves were all upset, I
couldn't sjeep and I suffered a great
deal from rheumatism. I ha<fea dull,
heavy, languid feeling all the time,
with no strength nor energy, and at
times my sufferings were almost un
“That was my condition when I got
Tanlac, and I declare the medicine just
made the most wonderful change in
me. My stomach stopped bothering
'pe. I began to sleep as sound as a
baby, all my aches and pains left me
and I was built up in every way until
I felt fine all the time, and I'm feeling
the way yet My faith has been pinned
to Tanlac ever since that time. I am
getting this bottle now to tone me up
In the change of seasons when spring
Misses Nellie aud liuth Allen were
guests of their sister, Mrs. Arthur
House, Saturday night.
Mrs. Melvin |Murphy visited Mrs.
Andrew Johnson Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hudgins had as
their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs. Hen
ry Mr. and Mrs. Charley Clark
and Mr.'and Mrs. Attieus Wheeler.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hardy spent
Saturday night and Sunday with the
latter’s parents, near Jefferson
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vanderford are
the proud parents of a girl baby on
May (Jth. %
Mrs. Arthur House spent Friday af
ternoon with Mrs. M. H. Hudgins.
Mr and Mrs. Mose Rutledge of Car
ter Hill were visiting in this commu
nity Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Murphy had as
their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs. J.
h Greeson, Mrs E. A. Castleberry and
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Guthery
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wheeler of Jef
ferson visited the former’s mother last
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Murphy visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Crouic Sunday
Mr E E Clark spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr J. G. Greenway
Miss Edna Williamson was the guest
of Miss Rosa Let* Chandler of Stat
hain Saturday night
Miss Wibla Pentecost aud Messrs.
Lindon Gordon and Glenn Pentecost
were guests of relatives ear Campton
Miss Marie Haynie was shopping in
Miss Lucile Miller spent Saturday
jf >glit and Sunday with Miss Norma
Messrs. W. T. and Willie Let' Prick
ett. and Charlie Ferguson spent Sun
day afternoon with friends and rela
tives in Bogart.
Miss Lollie Mae Hammonds of Ath
ens was the guest of home folks for the
Miss Annie Lou Mlncey of Winder
spent Sunday with her parents.
Mr Ansel Miller spent Sunday with
Messrs, Charles and Henry Hardigree.
> RevJ J B. Gresham will fill his ap
pointment here the fifth Sunday instead
of next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Henry and lit
tle Miss Edna Earle Henry of New
Timothy were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Barney Henry Sunday.
Miss Lois Couch spent Saturday with
Miss Doris Couch of Winder.
‘ Mr and Mrs. M. II Eowe of Winder
were here a short while Sunday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. W all.
GAINKSVIM K midland iwh-wav
SCHEDULE —Effective May Bth,
No loaves Winder 8:32 A.A.
No. 14 loaves Winder 8:45 A.M. Dai
N „ r. 1...1V,* "lii'l-r 11 *> A.M. OKl'r
K „. 13 leave. Winder 3:15 ML D.ID
Chamberlain’s Tablets Are Mild And
Gentle in Effect.
The laxative effect of Chamberlain’s
Tablets is so mild and gentle that you
hardly realise that it has been pro
placed by a medicine.
HOW much will it cost you to
run your car this year? SSOO
One little accident and a result
ing damage suit might easily
rnuke this big difference.
But if you carry a Travelers
Automobile Policy with high lim
limits, your liability will never
Cost you more than the reasonable
sum you pay each year in pre
F. W. BONIH RANT & CO.
WHO ARE NOW SICK
The government must know at once
the number of ex-service men
now sick or disabled and entitled
to hospital treatment who are not in
hospitals. All ex-service men under
the above classification are requested
to apply to Dr. W. L. Matthews for
examination and credentials.
The Hour Has Struck
The hour has come for the greatest
advance ever made by the Southern
Methodist church. From the twenty
ninth of May to the fifth of June, there
will be subscribed thirty three million
dollars or more for the cause of Chris
tian Education. This means that we
are going to have the needed endow
ment and equipment for all our south
What will it accomplish?
1. It will make ready for the thou
sands of boys and girls that are be
ing turned away from our schools each
•>. It will give us a loan fund, that
will make it possible for poor boys and
girls to borrow money at a low rate of
interest and pay it back when they are
through school —so in this way the fund
will continue to bless and grow.
*}. it will give us an army of right
ly trained men and women, who will
lead us in the ways of stability and
4. It will make our country more
thoroughly Christian, by giving to us
a larger number of Christian teachers
for our public schools.
3. It will enable us to preserve the
ideals of our fathers —ideals that are
We rejoice that all the great protes
tant denominations of our country are
engaged in a like movement. It as
sures for our children a Christian
America. What ever we would put into
the life of our nation, we must first put
into the life of our youth.
For our children, church and couu
ry, I believe we can count on every true
Methqdist. J. B. GRESHAM.
Opening Bogart Road
The opening to public travel of the
Bogart road from the new completed
Mitchells bridge over the Oconee river
to the city limits which was announced
yesterday by the county engineers will
restore to the people of a large terri
tory contiguous to Athens and to the
public generally a means of entrance
to the city, the closing of which during
the construction period has worked a
hurt and hardship to Athens business
interests and an inconvenience to cit
izens trading here, but which in its com
pleted state is a fine improvement over
the old bridge and the unsatisfactory
roadway. A great deal of censure was
brought to bear upon the construction
company and county commissioners dur
ing the construction of this project,
and it remains to be seen how well the
roadway will stand up under the heavy
travel to which it will be subjected.
Clarke county for years led the state
in top-soiled graded roads, many of
them yet the marvel of constructing
engineers in wearing qualities, and with
a great many citizens they are still fa
vorite in type of construction. With
one class of paving on the Bogart road
recently laid, and with the two other
projects, of different type under con
struction and one already under use,
fine opportunity will be had to test their
results under actual conditions.
Athens and the citizens living in the
splendid territory along the Bogart road
are to be congratulated upon its open
ing and the commissioners no doubt
will be sustained In their choice of con
struction by the satisfaction the citi
zens will get from the wearing qualities
and service of the roadway.—Athens
THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE is
clean, uniform and full of POWER.
Mr. Barber Moves.
Mr. D. P. Barber and family have
moved into their pretty bungalow on
College Avenue. They started moving
into the house just 26 days after he
purchased the lot on which to build.
The house was bdilt by Barber Bros.,
of Winder.—Elberton Star.
The Barrow County Union Singing
Choir will meet at Nazareth church,
three miles north of Winder Sunday
afternoon, May 22nd.—E. B. Brown,
May Clean-Up Sale
Running from Friday, May 13th, to Saturday, May 21st, at
Winder 5c and 10c Store
Goods put down regardless of cost. We
MUST RUN THEM OUT.
Ladies’ silk hose $2.25 value, selling:
for SI.OO pair
Ladies silk hose $1.50 values, selling:
for 75c a pair
Ladies white voile shirt waists with
embroidery on front . 98c
Ladies Georgette shirt waists $2.98
Ladies and girls short sleeve Middies
Ladies very best grade heavy galatea
Middies, long sleeves $1.69
Ladies long sleeve bleaching gowns
Ladies blue house-aprons, bungalow
style, full and large, extra special
value at „ 98c
Ladies house dresses in assorted col
ors of plaid ginghams $1.49
Children’s white embroidery dresses
at $1.19 '.to $1.75
Children’s white socks . . . 19c pair
OLD TIME BARGAINS
Good dress ginghams . . ... 10c yard
Best cotton checks 10c yard
Best calico 10c yard
Good bleaching 14c yard
Good striped galatea .... 14c yard
Best dress ginghams 19c yard
Fancy dress voiles 25c yard
White organdie 35c yard
Better grade organdie in white, pink
or blue . 49c yard
Curtain marquisette, white or floral
patterns 25c yard
White Indian Head 35c.yard
Ladies slip-over veils in assorted de
One lot eye glasses worth SI.OO a pr.
at , 19c pr.
Good eye goggles 10c
Ladies black leather hand bags . 49c
Plenty more of that good stationery
assorted colors, per box 25c
Men’s gold finish cuff buttons 10c pr.
Beauty pins for the baby 10 & 25c pr.
Good story books 25c value ... 10c
In these times the duty of practicing careful economy is brought
home to us every day. Thrift is wise spending—knowing what, when
and where to buy, and studying carefully to recognize good values
when we see them. Let the good values we are offering at this time
help you in WISE SPENDING.
Winder 5c and 10c Store
“THE HOME STORE”
THE WINDER NEWB
This is a rheumatism of the muscles
of the back. It comes 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 a year ago last summer. When
I began using it, I was flat on my back
in bed and could not turn to the left or
right. I 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.”
Y'our neighbor’s home burned only a few days or months ago and a
cyclone is likely to strike this section at any time, so INSURE with US
and lie down at night with a clear conscience and a peaceful mind. Don’t
DELAY. It may mean the loss of your home. Any man can build a home
once. A WISE man insures his property in a reliable insurance company
so that when calamity comes he can build again. He owes the protection
that it gives, to his peace of mind and the care of his loved ones.
Kilgore, Radford & Smith
Every hat in the house must go. All
have been marked down below cost.
Ladies hats up to $5.00 value, going
for ...... . .... SI.OO
All pattern hats and high priced hats
formerly priced as high as SIO.OO,
are marked down to $4.79
One table of hats (ladies and chil
dren’s) at 25c each
MEN’S SUMMER UNDERWEAR.
75c and SI.OO garments going at 39c
Men’s heavy blue cheviot work shirts
at ..... . . . ... . . L .. 69c
Men’s extra quality work shirts 89c
Boy’s blue cheviot shirts 49c
Harvest hats, broad rolling brims for
sun protection, each ........ 29c
Children’s rush hats ..... 10c each
Men’s fine silk ties ...... 10c each
Half gallon glass pitcher for table
use, 75c value for . 39c
4ce tea glasses ........ . t ... 75c per set
Cut glass tumblers . . t . .. ~ 90c set
Ice crqam dishes . 10c each
One lot odd dishes, we are running
out, at 5 and 10c each
One lot enamelware 75c value 49c
Malacca Plated knives and forks for
every day use. Will wear a long time.
$1.25 values at 98c a set
Glass lamps, SI.OO values at. ~ 89c
Market baskets 25c values 19c each
Fancy baskets t . 69c
Clothes pins 2\ dozen for . ..... 10c
Fly Powder per box .. . ..... .. . 10c
It does the work.
SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR