♦THURSDAY, JI'NE 23. 1021
STATU AM LODGE NO. 290 I. O. 0. F.
All brother Odd Fellows are invited
to be i r.- -t Tuesday night, June 2sta.
111-others Keet Me Elroy and T. N. Lan
caster will rive ue something worth
hearing. Visitors especially Invited
and welcomed. Refreshments will lie
J. A. WALL. X. G.
L. M. ARNOLD, Sect.
Schools To Open on the
Second Monday, July 11
The public schools of Harrow county
will open July the 11th, and not the
Ist as Was stated by error in last
The teachers' state examination will
tie held at the Winder High School
auditorium July 2ith and 30th.
J. B. BROOKSHIRE
C. S. S.
Mrs. Druewillie Thomas and Mrs.
Mary Thomas visited Mrs. Elislia
Odom Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Villi** Chandler was the guest
of her sister. Miss Etta Smith Satur
Pearl Austin visited Mr. George Hol
loway Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Smith and daugh
ter spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Mr. Billie Smith and family.
Quite a number from around here
attended fho quarterly meeting at
Corinth Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Tom Austin and Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Dunagan were guests of Mr.
Calvin and Miss Etta Smith Sunday.
We are glad to report the improve
ment of Miss Etta Smith after under
going an operation some time ago.
Mr. Scott Burson visited Mr. Elisha
The rain that fell Wednesday was a
great blessing to this community.
Mrs. 11. K. Carswell and Miss Aus
tin spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
Elisha Odum. J
Several from here attended preach
ing at Carter Mill Sunday.
The ice cream supper given by Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Edwards Saturday night
was enjoyed by all present.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Ridgeway, of
Winder, were week-end guests of Mr.
anil Mrs. E. 11. Ridgeway.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Brown and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary and
Miss Omie Pruitt.
Mrs. .1. W. Adams was the guest of
Mrs. E. A. Adams Friday afternoon.
Misses Ara I’artee and Annie Brown
were guests of Miss Lula Mat* and Mrs.
Yallit Thompson Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Lillie Bolton was the guest of
Mrs. C. A. Edwards Thursday after
Mr. and Mrs. T. \V. Partee spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
E. M. Ridgeway.
Mr. Ira Adams was the dinner guest
of Mr. Willie Partee Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Adams were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bolton Sunday.
Miss Ara Partee was the guest of
Miss Larue Ridgeway Friday after
Mrs C. A. Edwards was the guest of
Mrs. W. C. Shore Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Reuben Brown was the dinner
guest of Mr. Clifford Pruitt Sunday.
Miss Annie Brown spent part of last
week with her aunt. Mrs. G. W. Brown,
who lias been very siek. hut we are
glad to say is some better.
Miss Larue Ridgeway spent Sunday
with Miss llettie Ruth Harrison.
Messrs. C. A. Edwards, R. R. Brown
and W. C. Shore moored to Winder
Miss Ara Partee spent Tuesday af-
ternoou with Miss Annie Brown.
Mr. anil Mrs. J. <\ Harbin spent
Saturday night with relatives at Beth
Messrs. Clifford Chester, Curtis Pru
itt and Ira Adams motored to Winder
Mrs. Lillie Ridgeway is on the sick
list this week; we hope she will soon
Miss Annie Brown visited her sister.
Mrs. Shore, of near Paradise, Sunday
Messrs. E. H. Ridgeway and T. W.
Partee motored to Winder on business
Mrs. E. H. Ridgeway had as her
guest Sunday, her aunt Bet Thompson
Mr. D. 8. Sturdivant spent Saturday
night with his son. Mr. Prank Sturdi
Mr. W. T. Brown visited his brot ter.
Mr. C. W. Brown, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Susie Brown had as her guests
Saturday afternoon Misses Mary Lee
and Lena Belle Edwards.
Mr. Ira Admns spent Wednesday
night with Mr. Reulten Brown.
Buy THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE.
Last week about three hundred Bap
tist preachers assembled in the chapel
of Mercer University for an evangelistic
conference which lasted two days and
nights, the object of the meeting being
to get the preachers in the spirit of a
great soul winning campaign this sum
mer. It was a time long to be remem
bered by all that were there.
It was planned to hold in every as
sociation a meeting of this kind, last
ing for one day, and the one for this
association will tie at Bethel on Wed
nesday, July (ith. Hr. John F. Purser,
of Atlanta, the president of the Home
Missions Board, will tie present and
will speak at 11 o’clock A. M., on the
subject of “Prayer in Soul Winning,'"
and in the afternoon on a subject to lie
selected by himself.”
Rev. C. W. Henderson, of Statbam,
will give an account of the conference
in Macon. Rev. Ernest Jennings prom
ises to be with us and will tell us “How
to Take Care of the Results of a Revi
Rev. Lewis Henderson, of Lnwrence
viiie, will speak on “Winning Men One
Revs. W. H. Faust, of Winder, and
J. H. Webb, of Monroe, will speak upon
some phase of evangelism.
Toombs McGaughey says he is com
ing, tlu* leaders of our Ministers’ and
Workers’ Conference are expected
and there will be dinner on the ground.
The day has been planned by our
State* Board in the interest of a soul
winning campaign that will cover the
state. Evangelism in some of its
phases will be the theme ef all the
addresses and it is earnestly desired
that every church in the association
shall lie represented by as many of
its leaders -as is possilde anil it is
hoped that this announcement shall
be given wide publicity.
The hour for beginning will be 10
o’clock, fast time.
W. S. WALKER.
Union Singing Choir
The Union Singing Choir of Jackson
county and Hall county have agreed
to meet at New Virgil school house
and sing together first Sunday after
noon in July. We are giving a special
invitation to Barrow county singers to
eome and sing with us. Me are ex
pecting the McNeal Brothers and Prof.
Jones, of Gainesville and New Holland.
The largest crowd ever assemled in
this county is expected. Come early;
you will never regret it.—C. Bryant.
Death of Walter Martin
Mr. Walter Francis Martin died at
his home near County Line school house
on June Ist, and was buried at Omar
cemetery near Reeves Mill on June U.
Mr. Martin was a neighlior to all and
was always ready to help in time if
need and the community regrets his ab
sence. llis death was caused by drop
sy of the heart, which became very
acute a few days before his death. He
leaves llis mother, two sisters, two
brothers, wife and four little ones to
mourn his loss.
Buy GOOD GULF KEROSENE.
“You Can't Beat ’Em for
Real Tire Wear”
—seems to be the agreed opinion of Ford,
Chevrolet and Maxwell owners around here
who have the new Goodyear All-Weather
Tread Clincher Tire on their cars.
THAT’S WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS
I And they certainly must moan it be
cause after they've bought one of these
tires it's usually just a question of time
until they’re back for more of the same
for their other wheels.
The new Goodyear
Clincher is bigger, bet
ter and stronger.
We’£ like to start one on your car.
The Tire Service Station
ROBT. A. CAMP, Prop.
To seal in the
It 5 s Toasted
Mr. J. G. Attaway and family and
Mr. Clarence Braselton spent Sunday
Misses Floreno and Lucile Rooks
were guests of Misses Hell and Fan
nie Sims Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Greeson were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skelton
of near Parish Sunday.
Misses Birtie and Carrie Bell House
had as their guests Sunday Misses
Gerdie Alaxey, Eula I< rdy, Desma
and Lucile Murphy.
Miss Sadie Vanderfonl Lpeiit the
week-end in Hoschton.
Mrs. G. W. Hardy and son, Hoyt,
visited relatives in Winder Sunday.
Misses Aurora Attaway and Sadie
Vanderfonl spent Thursday with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Rutledge visit
ed Mr. J. T. Vanderford and family
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hardy spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mur
Mr. and Mrs. \V. O. Flanigan were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. House
Mrs. E. I). Murphy and Mrs. E. A.
Castleberry spent Tuesday with Mr.
G. W. Hardy and family.
Messrs. W. O. Flanigan and J. A.
Robinson made a business trip to Bu
ford one day last week.
Mr and Mrs. H. H. Dalton of Au
burn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Signian.
Mrs. E. D. Murphy and children and
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Murphy spent
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Mr. Arzy House spent a few days
last week in Atlanta.
Mr. Jack Sims spent Sunday with
Mr. Charles Maxey.
Mr. Bee Robinson and Miss Essie
Wright passed through this burg Sun
Mr. Arzy House was in Winder Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ilill of Winder
and others, not known to the writer,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Maxey Sunday afternoon.
THE WINDER NEWS
THIS MAN DREADED
TO SEE NIGHT COME
Was So Restless He Couldn’t Sleep
and Daylight Was Always
‘“With the exception of a little milk
toast which comprised my diet for more
than eight weeks, I could not cat any
thing, “said (.'apt. Geo. W. Womble,
residing at 105 Jennings St., Knoxville,
Tenn., a highly respected citizen of
“I am now able,” continued Captain
Woble, “after taking two bottles of
Tanlac, to eat practically anything. I
had a bad form of stomach and intes
tinal trouble for a long time and for
months my condition had been such
that I suffered agony. I got so I could
not eat the simplest food, f tried
doctor after doctor and all kinds of
medicine but nothing that was pre
scribed for me seemed to do me any
good. I had a terrible pain in my
breast just over my heart and for
weeks and weeks I got no relief.
“I finally got so nervous that I act
ually dreaded to see night come as I
could not sleep and was always too
restless that I would rejoice to see
daylight come. I was also constipated
all the time. In fact, life seemed a
burden and I was so miserable that I
was almost on the verge of despair.
Several of my neighbors told me about
Tanlac and advised me to try it.
“I am personally acquainted with
Mr. Dan M. Chambliss, of the firm of
Kuhlman & Chamblies, and when I
told him of my condition and how I
suffered he advised me to begin taking
Tanlac without delay and that it had
relieved hundreds of the best people in
Knoxville. I have now- taken two bot
tles of Tanlac and am giving you this
testimonial in the hope that it may in
duce others to take it. Since taking
this medicine I actually feel like I had
been made all over again with the
youth, energy and ambition of a six
teen year old boy.”
Chamberlain’s Colic and Cholera
Every family should keep this prep
aration at hand during the hot of the
summer months. It is almost sure to
be needed, and when that time comes,
is worth many times its cost. Buy it
July 2nd and 4th
Auto, Motorcycle and Horse
Two Big Days of Sport Carnival
Dry Clean —Dye
at the Capital City
Capital City Dry Cleaning & Dye Works
Boil cook stoves—
An oil cook-stove or a gas
range makes house-work eas
ier All the heat is used for
cooking. Your kitchen will be
cool and comfortable.
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A tireless cooker cooks your
dinner without watching or
worry. It will even bake
bread or pies. Saves fuel too.
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It’s easy to make ice cream if
_ . you own a freezer. Home-
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No more need of a hot, zers this week,
steaming, uncomfortable kitch
en all through the summer REFRIGERATORS— <
months. A good refrigerator is a real
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will enable you to take things keep food fresh and clean and
easy. saves ice.
I>et us refit your kitchen be- _________________________
fore the hot weather begins.
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