THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1921.
ATHENS GENERAL HOSPITAL
79? Cobb Stwt, Athens, Georgia.
Our hospital 1* now completed and opens for business on Thursday, the 9
day of the present month, June. This hospital, as its name implies, is not
built and owned by a few. but is a general hospital, made possible and built by
the subscription to stock by more than 600 of the citizens of Athens and sur
rounding country. An experienced corps of physicians and surgeons will
practice therein, but any reputable physician, no matter whether he lives in
Athens or not, may treat his patients therein himself, if he desires. Avery
capable head nurse and a line corps of trained nurses will be in attendance
It is located in the Western part of the city, with large grounds, beautiful
shade trees, built of brick and eonrrete, a fire proof building, three stories and
a basement, four large wards and forty-five smaller ones. A number of single
rooms with private baths, and every convenience and comfort. Accommoda
tions for from seventy-five to a hundred patients, special wards for maternity
cases and for children. The X Ray department is fully equipped with the
modern appliances for diagnosis and treatment by this method. The clinical
laboratory adjoining is ample to perform any usual or necessary tests in the
liDe of Pathology, Bacteriology, Bervology, etc. The X-Ray and clinic labora
tory are in charge of a physician who devotes his entire time and attention
to this work.
Tbe building and equipment has boen by competent judges pronounced to be
one of the most complete, modern and up to date hospitals in the South. Terms
Max Michael, J. Warren Smith, Hugh White, J. L. McLeroy, C. H. Phinizy,
EK. Lumpkin. Harry Hodgson, 8. Michael, A.. Dudley, W. C. Pitner, Deupre
Hunnicutt, Aaron Cohen, Jas. W. Morton, G. Palminaso, M. Bernstein.
Trustees Athens General Hospital
AMONG THE CHURCHES
Sunday will be observed as Patriotic
Day in this church.
The Bible school meets at 10:15 A.
M , Beginning this Sunday we will
study the Life of Paul. Every one
should he fatnilian with the life of the
great teacher and missionary. You are
invited and urged to meet with us
Jxtrd's Day morning.
The sermon at 11:20 will be in keep
ing with the spirit of the day. The
theme will be “The Relation of Chris
tianity to the Development *of Ameri
Evening sermon at 8:30. It is our
aim to make the evening services thru
the summer brief and worshipful.
Cbmmunity night on Friday. The
picture this week is one that every one
should see. “Evangeline” the beauti
ful poem of Henry Wadsworth Long
fellow has been shown in many cities
of the country and has produced a fine
effect everywhere it has gone.
Minister, Htanley R. Grubb.
10:15 A. M. Sunday school. 398 pres
ent last Sunday. The Revival has put
new life into the school and Ims given
it a brighter and more glorious future.
11:30 A. M. Preaching by the pastor
and reception of new members.
8:30 P. M. Song service with revi
val hymns. 20 minutes sermon by the
jMtsiur on evangelistic theme.
You w'l always find inspiration and
good fellov hip at the “church with the
hearty weu. •me.”
L. Wilkie Collins, Pastor.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEOR
GIA, BARROW COUNTY.
Will bo sold before the court house
door iu Winder, Barrow County, Geor
gia, in said District ou the First Tues
day in August, 1921, between the legal
hours of sale to the highest bidder for
wish, the following described property,
All that tract or parcel of land lying
and being in Harrow county, Georgia,
and having 208 acres more or less, and
bounded ou the North by lands of E.
E. Hutchins, on the west by lands of
John GrCeson, and ou the east by lands
of an unknown owner, and being the
same premises described in the bond of
suretyship executed by T. E. Adams in
Scire Facias Number 401.
Said property levied upon and to be
wild as the property of the defendant,
T. E. Adams, to satisfy two executions
issued from the District Court of the
United States for the Northern l)ls
triet of Georgia on June 14, 1918, in
favor of the United States and one
against J. C. Perry, Principal aud T. E.
Adams, Surety, and the other against
T. E. Adams as Surety, and being
H<-ire Facias Numbers 4ttl aud 462 and
Marshal's Numbers 3429 aud 3421, re
This June 23. 1921.
CLAUD BOND, U. S. Marshal
By R. C. McClure. Chief Deputy.
We have taken over the interest of
Mr. C. C. Gunnin in the agency for the
Studebaker automobiles for this terri
tory, effective June 20th.
We are responsible for all outstand
ing obligations incurred from this date,
and all accounts are payable to us.
This June 20th. 1921.
WILLIAMS BROS. GARAGE.
We Give Away $lO to our Customers Every 2 W eeks--Drug co.
First Baptist Church
Services for Sunday. Sunday school
at 10:15. 8. F. Maughon, superinten
Preaching 11 :30 “The Three Taber
Junior B. Y. P. IT. 7:30. Essie Lee
Preaching 8:30 “Modern Soul Dan
Quartette sings at both hours.
If a member duty calls you.
If a non-church-goer, this invites you,
If a stranger, a church home for you,
Whosever you may be a, welcome
W. H. FAUST, Pastor.
Sunday School Meeting at Zion.
The Sunday school workers of the
Second district of the Mulberry Asso
ciation are urgently requested to meet
at Zion church, near Braselton, the Sec
ond Sunday afternoon in July at 2:30
The purpose of the meeting is to
start an enlistment campaign in our
Sunday schools. And if you wish to see
the rich, the poor, the great, and the
small in Sunday school, come and let
us' organize and thus obey our < aptain
when He said, Go into the highways
and hedges and compel them to come in
that my house may be filled."
Christian Chapel Cemetery.
All interested are requested to be
present and assist in cleaning off the
cemetery at Christian Chapel on Thurs
day before the 4th Sunday in July.
Remember the chicken dinner next
Wednesday July 6th.
See the Old Maids' Convention at the
School Auditorium, ou Friday night,
July Bth. Benefit lied Cross.
THE STATE’S BEST ASSET.
Health Is the basis of life; the health
of the child is of fundamental import
ance. In 1920, 35.5% of all deaths in
Georgia were of children under 14
years old; of this number 81.7% were
of infants and pre-school age children.
We have done some effective work
along the lines of the health of the
school child, but this Is practically
only 10% of the problem, the field of
the infant and pre-school age child
having really not been touched.
Unfortunately, mankind tends to
work qu the “after the fact" plan; we
wait utatil 6ome evil occurs, then strive
in correct it. Disease I* hot only
caused by disease gCMS transmitted
by flies, impure Water, etc., but of
equal impefthnCe is the state of the
individual's resistance. We should not
Vah until the child is sick and then
take it to a doctor. We are treating
the child as "the nation's best asset”
only when we keep him well. As some
one has said, "the way to keep people
from dying is to keep them well.”
The most effective agent to keep
your baby well is a Children's Health
Center. There are 30 of these Chil
dren’s Health Centers In Georgia, do
ing splendid work for the children of
their communities. Why not have a
Children’s Health Center in your com
munity? Write to the Division of Child
Hygiene. State Board of Health, At
lanta, for information.
WINDER DEFEATS MONROE
Winder defeated Monroe in a game
of ball on the grounds of the latter city
last Saturday by a score of 4 te 3. Wood
fgor Winder struck out eight men.
Only one error was made by the Win
der team. Parish for Winder was the
hitting star of the game, getting four
out of five times up. Both teams play
ed good ball.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Chambers of
Athens were weekend guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L*. Arnold.
Little Misses Labile Hale and Eddie
Belle Ross returned Monday from a
visit to their grandparents, Mr and
-Mrs. J. W. Thurmond of Cleveland.
Mrs. J. H. Wall had a very pleasant
visit with her mother, Mrs. A. L. Mar
tin, of White Plains.
Miss Helen Arnold is the guest of
Miss Mary Duncan of Arnoldsville this
Miss Erma Hancock of Jefferson
spent Sunday night with Mrs. T. L.
Miss Hancock, Miss Callie Ham
mond and Mrs. T. L. Holcomb motor
ed to Athens.
Miss Runette Wall is the guest of
Mary Nell Piickett of Winder this
Miss Rulie Tucker returned to her
home in Sparta after spending two
weeks here very pleasantly with her
sister, Mrs. T. I>. Holcomb.
Quite a goodly number from here
attended the singing at Hebron Sun
Misses Lauree and Lena Mae Tread
well sent the week-end with Misses Ma
mie and Tabitha Sims of Winder.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Treadwell were
the guests of relatives at Cart Sunday
Misses Mary Wofford and Fairie
Belle Michael of Good Hope are the
guests of Mesdames T. J. Wofford and
J. C. Williams.
Misses Emel and Eula Hale of Ath
ens were the week-end guests of Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. S A Boland sent part
of this week in Greensboro
Little Miss Jeanette Steed entertain
ed a few of her little friends at alaw T n
party last Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Emmett Hale of Athens and
Miss Martha Robinson of Good Hope
were the weekend guests of Mesdames
O. M. and D. L. Hale.
Miss Bessie Lanier entertained her
Sunday school class with a picnic at
Parks mill Friday. Everybody thor
oughly enjoyed it.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Owens have
returned home after a month's visit to
W. D. and R. Y. Wall had as their
dinner guests Sunday Mr. Wells from
Rev. J. B. Gresham filled the pulpit
at the Methodist church Sunday A. M.
The ladies of the W. M. S. met at
the home of Mrs. W. J. Ross Monday
afternoon. Subject, Recreation and
education was studied and discussed.
Mrs. C. B. Chambers was assisted by
Mesdames W. J. Ross, T. L. Holcomb,
T. L. Wall, D. L. Hale, L. M. Arnold,
and Mrs Fannie Steed We were glad
to have Mrs. C. E. Nickelson as a visit
or. Afer an hour's study and discus
sion Misses Idalee and Rozelle Ross
served delicius refreshments.
CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN
The Georgia State Board of Health,
we are told, often receives letters from
people setting out Id detail their ail
ments. symptoms and conditions; the
appeals the sufferers make are pa
thetic; the writers are in distress;
some cases are more than likely men
The State Board of Health
ways glad to hear from nr.
Of the state; It is delighted
any service that it can; in fact, that
Is what It is for, but so many people
expect the impossible. It is, for ex
ample, impossible to get a prescription
by mail for any malady; it Is Impos
sible for anyone to prepare a remedy
that will fit any kind of disease or
b§ suitable for anyone other than the
one for whom it is prepared. No one
Can intelligently diagnose Of prescribe
for anyone-Without a thorough exam
ination; afiyohe should see the truth
of this statement No one can sit up
In an office and concoct a few gallons
of stuff that would be of any service
to the one taking it; it is unreason
able to suppose that such a thing can
If you are sick or need medicine
consult your own physician; have him
make a thorough examination and If
he is not satisfied call in or visit a
consultant, for in this way only can
you get scientific advice; In this way
only can you secure the proper care
and attention. Take no sterotyped
remedy; take no patented medicine so
called, and avoid those who use such
methods of treatment. Every individ
ual Is a problem unto himself or her
self and should so be considered. We
have as honest physicians In this
county as can be had anywhere, and
they can give you the personal service
that each ill person deserves. Really
whether you are ill or not we do not
know of an investment that would pay
you better than to have a thorough
examination at least once a year. The
State Board of Health will make all
the laboratory examinations without
any expense to you or to your phy
Buy THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE
THE WINDER NEWS
FORMULA FOR POISONING THE
The News wants to be of all the ser
vice possible in aiding the farmers of
this section in fitting the boll weevil.
The following formula is being used
to advantage in South Georgia:
Two gallons molasses; 1 ounce sac
charine; 2 packages ice cream powders;
10 pounds calcium arsenate; 8 gal
lons water. Mix the ice cream powder
and the saccharine both in a little wa
ter before adding to the other ingre
dients. When you have it all mixed
together well, be' sure that it is kept
well stirred so that the poison will not
settle to the bottom.
Make a mop by tying a roll of cheese
a around one end of a stick about
wo inches wide; fill an old tin can
with the solution, keeping it well stirr
ed, and put a few drops of the solution
on the under side of the leaves near the
bud Of the plant. Only a small amount
is required for each plant. The above
amount should cover 20 acres, though
some apply it thicker and cover only
10 acres. A few drops to each plant
is just as effective as a gallon.
Only one application is needed pro
vided two sunshiny days follow the ap
One man in Laurens county made
130 bales of cotton on 150 acres last
year, while many around him made
from two to four bales per plow. He
used the above formula on his entire
The mixture is poisonous and should
be kept from other things that you do
not want to kill.
Winder News - - - $ l5O
Atlanta Tri-Weekly Journal - 1-50
South Ruralist 50
Regular Price for three - $3.50.
We can send you these three papers
one year for - $2.50
If you accept the offer immediately. We
will renew your subscription to the
Winder News for one year and send
you both of the other papers for $2.50.
This ofTer will be withdrawn in just a
Buy THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE
Worth Thinking About
TO POSSESS MONEY SIGNIFIES POWER. It
opens the way by which you can help yourself and
it is, therefore, proper that one should strive, within rea
sonable bounds, to make money and save it.
Such accumulations deposited here will give you a
working capital on which you can draw when needed.
The habit becomes a practice and the liberal interest
which we pay plus the SAFETY that this bank affords
makes it profitable to take advantage of this opportu
Our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT affords you the best
opportunity for saving and getting your savings to work
for you. Hundreds are delighted with the results that
they have obtained and July 1 they will be paid the
earnings from their accounts. It will pay you to think
about the matter and get in line with this crowd.
Winder National Bank
We are prepared to fill all orders for Ice
Cream for Barbecues, Picnics, Celebrations,
Weddings, Birthday Dinners, Family Reun
ions, Cafes, Restaurants. If you want a lit
tle in your grocery store call 35.
Mail orders given special attention.
BENTLY ICE CREAM
Good Gulf Gas and Supreme Auto
Oil handled by Lee J. Oliver. Right
Lee J. Oliver can also handle your
Battery work of all kinds. Prices are
right.—Winder Battery Cos.
Fruit Jars at right prices.—Wood
ruff Hardware Cos.
Wanted. —Men or women to take or
ders among friends and neighbors for
the genuine guaranteed hosiery, full
line for men, women and children.
Eliminate darning. We pay 75c an
hour spare time, or $36.00 a week for
full time. Experience unnecessary.
Write International Stocking Mills.
Norristown, Pa. No. l-10t
BT7BBCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR
WANTED—2S to 40 gallons of sweet
milk every Friday morning and can
use more than J. have been using thru
the week.—Bentley Ice Cream Cos.
Typewriter ribbons and carbon paper
for sale at The Winder News office.
Buy THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE.
Typewriter ribbons and carbon paper
for sale at The Winder News office.
Near the CuspToormrtory.
A Kansas student who appears to
Pe related to our old friend, Mrs.
Blanderby. was describing the sunken
garden on the school campus. “In tho
place where they had tulips," he said,
•they’ve now got a row of salivas with
K>m# spltoomas In the center.”—Boa
BUY GOOD GULF KEROSENE.