tt)AY. JUNE 30. 1021.
Misses Annie ami Belle Chapman hail
ns their guests Saturday Misses Pau
](up UJ ,,i Huwena Duncan, IVsma and
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Pendergrass and
children U Winder spent Sunday with
the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Rev. McConnell preached some in
teresting sermons here Saturday and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duncan and
daughter of Carter Hill were guests of
the former's mother, Mrs. M. It. Heed,
Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Pauline and Rowena Duncan
siMuit Thursday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Duncan.
Miss Irene Austin Is spending this
week with her sister, Mrs. Commodore
Peak, at High Shoals.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Porter and son
spent Saturday night with the latter’s
mother, Mrs. Emma Austin.
Mr. Arthur Chapman had as his
guest Sunday Misses Jesse Parker anil
Charlie Williamson of Brockton and
Dallis Chapman of Mulberry.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Healan and fam
ily of Johnson Academy was the din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hea
lan and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tronic were
pilots of the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Orr, Sunday.
Miss Adel Chapman of Oak Grove is
spending the week with Miss Jurell
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Foster of Galilee
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hen
Mrs. Ed Potter was called to the bed
aide of her mother, Mrs. Henry Wat
kins of Carter Hill.
Mr. Homer Spence of Winder spent
Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. I>. Spence.
Htv. and Mrs. J. P. Eley were the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
M a guess Sunday.
Misses Desma Page and Belle Chap-
man were guests Sunday afternoon of
Misses Annie and Josephine Orr.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Henlan of Win
ter Garden, Florida, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Ilenlan, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mincey spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with the lat
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Itrad
Kevs. J. F. Jackson and Jim McCon
nell were guests of Mr. T. O. Pender
The little infant of Mr. and Mrs.
Marlin Gaddis died Friday and was
burled Saturday afternoon at three
o’clock at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ilenlan an
nounce the birth of a daughter on Sun
day, the 26tb.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mincey motored up
to Gainesville Friday to visit the for
mer’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. I>. Min
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In Memory of Bro. C. V.
The Grand Master of the universe In
His wisdom has seen fit to remove from
our midst our esteemed friend and
brother, C. V. Dillard, on the 2nd day
of June, 1921.
Bro. Dillard was born October 10,
IMG, being 2d years, 7 months and Hi
days old at the time of his death. He
married the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Casper on October 12, 1913, and
to tills union were born throe children,
two boys and a girl, all of which sur
vive him. He also leaves a father,
four brothers, three sisters and a host
of relatives and friends to mourn his
death. Bro. Dillard was a quiet and
He gave himself to Christ on Au
gust 22. 1013, at the Christian church
of Midway and was a loyal member of
his church until his death.
Bro. Dillard joined the Odd Fellows
of Giles Lodge No. 302 by form of
initiation on October 27, 1017, and
made us a good member, and lived the
life all (aid Fellows should live until
death. He was given a fraternal bur
ial by his Order, Bro. IV. ('. Sorrells
conducting the ceremonies as Noble
Grand at Christian Chapel church. His
funeral was conducted by Rev. Stan
ley R. Grubb.
In the death of Bro. Dillard his
church and lodge feel the loss of a good
member, and his community a good
neighbor. He was loyal to Ills country,
an honest, true and brave man, ever
ready at all times to help those in dis
Bro. Dillard was a true husband and
father to his family and through this
love his home life was happy. It was
hard to give him up, but God, for His
own purpose, has seen tit to take him
home, though he will live long in our
Therefore, be it resolved by Gilt's
Lodge, No. 302, I. O. <>. F. that we ex
tended to Sister Dillard and children
our heartfelt sympathy In their sor
row and pray God’s blessings upon
them that in the “Sweet bye and bye,”
they may meet beyond the veil where
suffering and sorrow and separation
will be no more.
Resolved, further that these be sent
to the Winder News for publication
and a copy to our dear sister, Dillard.
W. C. Sorrel ]
It. K. Martin [ Com.
James I.aekey J
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one-half cent er word for obituaries,
memoriams, resolutions of respfect,
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Miss Rosa Lee (’handler of Statliam
was the guest of Miss Edna William
Mr. Hoke Hammond spent last week
in Maysville with Mr. Lamar McDou
Miss Marie Haynie spent several
days last week in Winder with Miss
Mrs. G. F. Mincey and Misses Lillie
Belle and Era Mincey are guests of
relatives near Gainesville this week.
Rev. W. B. McDonald and son, La
mar, and Messrs. 11. E., J. A. and Mark
Haynie and little Martha Sue Haynie
and Mrs. Anna Hammond were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Clack at Paradise
Mr. and Mrs. John Greenway and
baby spent Sunday with Mrs. H. A.
Mrs. Laura McDonald is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Omer McDonald, at Win
The Jolly Girls Sewing club enjoyed
a most delightful picnic at Mitchell’s
bridge Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. J. M. Haynie spent Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. Bob Patton.
Mr. Henry Hanligree spent last week
with Master Duncan Hanligree at
Miss Lucile Miller was the guest of
Miss Minnie Mae Wood Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Chandler and
little son, Brunelle, of Statham, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wil
Miss Viola Hanligree is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanligree near
Lawrencevillet this week.
Illiteracy in the Ninth
The following table shows the per
centnge of illiteracy in this congres
sional district. Barrow county shows
11.4 per cent of illiterates, T.H per cent
for whites and 25.6 per cent for negroes.
County Total White Negro
Banks 14.0 11.5 27.8
Barrow 11.4 7.3 2.>.6
Cherokee 8.0 7.9 23.0
Dawson 12.3 12.3.
Fannin IL2 111
Forsyth 7.4 7.4
Gilmer ILS Ho
Gwinnett Ho 9,2 20. x
Habersham 7.0 0.3 17.0
llall 12.4 9|2 33.2
Jackson -.16.4 9.4 34.4
Lumpkin 15.1 10. l 20.0
Milton 11.5 101 30.1
Pickens 9.6 9.8 4.0
Rabun 11.2 10.2 27.0
Stephens 14.0 9.4 31.6
Towns 9.0 9.0
Union - 9.0 9.0
White 11.5 10.1 18.0
Why Suffer From Rheumatism?
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THE WINDER NEWS
WOULD GO FROM
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Tennessee Farmer Wants to go From
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“If I were not so busy with my farm
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sent me a bottle.
“After taking the first bottle I felt
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I just simply feel like anew man and
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In the District Court of the U. S„
Northern District of Georgia—As A
Court of Bankruptcy.
In Re: W. H. Hardigree, Bankrupt
The creditors of the debtor above
named, a resident of Statham, Ga., in
the county of Barrow, said district, are
hereby notified that he was on June 23.
1921, duly adjucated bankrupt and that
the first meeting of his creditors will be
held at the office of Referee at Law
renceville, Ga.. July 6, 1921, at 10 a. m.,
(E. TANARUS.) at which time the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, ap
point a trustee, examine the bankrupt
and transact such other business as
may properly come before said meeting
N. L. HUTCHINS,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Lawrenceville, Ga.; June 25, 1921.
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Reward for any case o'. Catarrh
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