THPRSDAY. JPLY 28, 1921.
! Classified Ads.
Garage for Rent —Apply to Col. Ross
Mrs. M<K-e, 210 Candler street, tf
Loans made on farms and city prop
erty. Lowest rates of interest and
commissions.—W. H. C'mrterman, At
FOR SALE —One brand new Lord
Touring car, self-starter, §450.00.
■Woodruff Hardware Cos. No. 2, Stat
. bam, Ga.
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ALL KINDS turnip seed in bulk at
Smith Hardware Cos.
• We still have meal and hull for sale.
Millsaps & Eley.
CANNING, any size glass jars, screw
tops or glass tops at Smith Hardware
Wax, Paratin for your jellies at the
Smith Hardware Cos.
i if it's a good little farm near school
and church you want. 29 acres for
see R. L. Woodruff.
FRUIT JAR Rubbers, the Red kind.
3 dozen 25c at Smith Hardware Cos.
JAR TOPS, any kind at Smith Hard
Typewriter ribbons and carbon paper
for sale at The Winder News office.
TIN CANS for tomatoes and beans.
No. 2 and No. 3, also extra tops for
tin cans at Smith Hardware Cos.
FLIES and DOCTORS are still here.
Screen them out. buy your screen wire,
windows and doors at Smith Hdw. Cos.
T typewriter ribbons and carbon paper
.or sale at The Minder News office.
COOL THAT KITCHEN with an oil
stove, buy it while it is hot. Smith
FAN, SWEEP and IRON your troub
les with electricity. Electric fans,
sweepers, irons, toasters and grills at
Smith Hadware Company.
See R. L. Woodruff for good one
horse farm, 29 acres for §IBOO.
ICE YOFR WATER, we have the
coolers at Smith Hardware Cos.
Fish, they are biting good, get f hnt
rod and reel, artificial bait and flies.
Good water close, see us.—Smith Hard
F< >R SALE —As improved level farm
20 acres for $1800: in sight of cliureh
and school: public road : close in : good
community of white folks all owning
their own farms. —R. L. Woodruff.
SEINE NETTING, hooks, lines, sink
ers and corks at Smith Hardware Go.
BOLL WEEVIL, we have Calcium Ar
senate, tested by government at Smith
29 acres for SISOO, high level im
proved farm in sight of school and
church; see R. L. Woodruff.
NOTICE, to your neighbors now that
you have your syrup mill and are ready
is wise. We can supply you with the
power mills, pans, etc, at Smith Hdw.
BARRELS —kegs, gallon, tin buckets
ami smaller cans for your syrup supply
now. Smith Hardware Cos.
FOR RENT —In desirable location, 1
large 8-room house lights, water, and
large garden, poultry yard, orchard and
barn.— See W. A. Craft. 2t
BOYS train your eyes. Practice with
that Winchester rifle. We can supply
your wants.—Smith Hardware Cos.
AUTOMOBILES keep cool when you
use Mobile oils, buy it in 5 gallon cans
at Smith Hardware Cos.
Remember we carry all kinds of tur
nip seed in the bulk.—Winder Drug
Cos., Phoue 286.
GREASE THAT LASTS and clings to
gears at Smith Hardware Cos.
BATTERIES for your automobile,
any make. Drive in and let us advise
you.—Smith Hardware Cos.
-TIRES and TUBES, a good stock,
hhe kind that you want. —Smith Hard
Buy GOOD GULF KEROSENE.
School here is progressing nicely with
40 on roll.
Misses Jurell Bailey, Pauline and
Novine Johnson, Gladys Evans, Lillie
and Mattie Lou Freeman, Rosa Rey
juolds and Lois Murphy were the
Sunday afternoon guests of Misses Es
ter and Bessie Hayes.
Miss Miriam Braselton was the
guest of Misses Ruth and Nellie Allen
Mr. Arthur Wages was the guest
of Mr. Sylvester Cheek Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen, of near Au
burn, were guests Sunday night of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. John
Miss Mandie Lee Hall was the guest
Sunday of Miss Mae Reynolds.
Mr. Ernest Murphy and sister, Lil
lie, of Lawrenceville, were the dinner
guests of their brother, Mr. William
Miss Gladys Evans was the guest of
Miss Norine Johnson recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Manders are
the proud parents of a fine daughter,
named Maude Opal.
Miss Lois Langford had as her
guest Sunday afternoon, Mr. Carl Maul
Mr. Herman Johnson, mother and lit
tle sister, Olee, were guests of Mrs.
Fred Allen Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Rockmore and
tie son, Otis, were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John Boss Sunday.
Mr. Herman Johnson was in Bras
elton Monday on business.
Miss Jurell Bailey was the guest of
Miss Gladys Evans Sunday.
The Woodchucks took the game of
ball at Thompson's Mill Saturday.
Preaching at Sharon next Sunday and
the following week.
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Mr. .and Mrs. Andrew Guest of Ak
ron, Ohio, are spending some time with
the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones spent sev
eral days lust week in Greensboro.
Mrs. T. N. Suddath were called to
the bedside of her mother, Mrs. J. A.
Suddath, last week, who is very ill.
Little Robert Sellers was carried to
Downeys Hospital in Gainesville Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Willbanks spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pat
Mr. J. R. Holliday of Grayson is with
his sister, Mrs. J. J. Both, for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Pike Hutchins of Stat
ham were guests of Mr and Mrs. J. L.
Oak Grove School Honor Roll.
Fay Adams, Joe Booth, lene Boyd.
Claire Boyd. Marie Chapman, Adell
Chapman, Sam Chapman, Hazel Chap
man, Helen Hays, Nellie Garner, Beth
el Jones, Harold Jones, Roy Lyle, Gar
land McElhannon, Rogers Patrick, C!if
frod Rutledge, Rudez Sellers, Thelma
Sellers, Ezra Sellers, Herman Guffin.
Bertie Guffin, Leonard Reynolds. Ruby
Reynolds, Lillie Mae Reynolds, Horace
Wilbanks, Mossie Wilbanks, Vera Wil
banks, Claude Williams.
GO TO THE RESCUE
Don’t wait ’til It’s Too Late—Follow
the Example of a Winder Citizen.
Rescue the aching back.
If it keeps on aeliing, trouble may
Often it indicates kidney weakness..
If you neglect the kidneys’s warning.
Look out for urinary disorders.
This Winder citizen will show you
how to go to the rescue.
Mrs. R. L. Sharpton, Bush Ave., says.
“I suffered a whole lot with sharp
pains in the small of my back. I had
severe nervous spells and the least
noise would irritate me. Dizzy spells
were pretty bad, too, and my kidneys
didn't act as they should. Doan's Kid
ney Pills were recommended to me. so
I bought a box at DeLaPerriere’s Drug
Store and they greatly relieved me."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Sharpton had. FOster-Milhurn
Cos., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Busy With th* Fllwur.
What has become of the old-fash
ioned family that used to reach the
•onelusion that It would have to econ
mlze? —Detroit News.
We offer One Hundred iDollarv
Reward for any case o' Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall’s
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
tVe, the undersigned, have known Y. 3
Cheney tor the last l' years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
ut any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMERCE.
nail's Ca*arrh Cure is fatten Internally
acting directly upon tin- blood and mu
•ous “urfi-' i-K i.( iK sys'ern. Testimonial
H>nt tree Price 7’t an is per bottle. Sol
>y all ITrufrirists.
■"aVe Unit'® C's • **„ -■
Buy GOOD GULF KEROSENE.
Memphis Man Is Grateful For Wife’s
Recovery Front Severe Attack
Among the hundreds of people who
have realized the powers of Tanlac is
the wife of Jeff Chastain, of 712 Chel
sea, St., Memphis, Tenn.
“I am convinced,” said Mr. Chastain,
“from the wonderful improvement Tan
lac has made in my wife’s health that
there’s nothing so good for a run down
system. Last January she had a se
vere attack of pneumonia and for a
time no hope was held out for her re
covery. Finally the crisis passed, how
ever, and she was able to sit up, but
had to be lifted in and out of bed. She
had no appetite, could not eat and just
ingered on in her weakened condition.
“After the ordinary treatment failed
to start her up hill I bought her a bot
tle of Tanlac and the way she has im
proved is astonishing. In a few days
she had a splendid appetite and was
up and down about the house and is
like an entirely different person. It
has helped her like it had been made
especially for her case and I have nev
er heard of anyone getting back their
strength so rapidly. She sleeps sound
ly every night, gets up in the mornings
feeling thoroughly refeshed and rested.
She has also gotten rid of a very an
noying cough the penumoiiia left her
with and is gaining right along in
weight. I am so thankful to see her
getting strong and well again that 1
just can’t express my gratitude.”
Tanlac is sold in Winder by G. AY.
DeLaPerrlere & Sons, and by all lead
Revival meetings closed Sunday nigh'
A number of people were saved and ev
erybody seemed to enjoy the meeting.
The pastor, Rev. T. F. Cook of Law
renceville, (lid the preaching.
Our Sunday school is progressing
nicely and also our young people work.
Everybody is cordially invited to come
and worship with us.
Mrs. M. F. Shelnut of Griffin is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sauls.
Misses Mary Callahan and Maty Al
ice Parker, of Winder, were the guests
„f Miss Bonnie Tec Bedingfield tills
t Miss Willie Mae Gower of Monroe
was the guest of Miss Mamie Odum for
Mr. W. H. Cross is spending a few
days with his brother yi Gainesville.
Miss Clara Smith of near Statham
was the guest of relatives and friends
here last week. •
The many friends of Mrs. John Hines
loy who has been sick for the past four
months, were glad to see her out at
church last week for the first time.
Misses Pauline and Albertice Sauls
had as their dinner guests Sunday Miss
janie Thomas, Miss Callie Thomas and
Misses Willie and Elizabeth Snellings.
Miss Inez Morrow of Atlanta was the
gues t of Dorris and Sibyl Odum last
Mr. and Mrs. Jitn Austin of Winder
spent Sunday with relatives at this
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thomas and chil
dren of Union Point were the guests
of Mrs. G. L. Thomas and family last
Mrs. It. L. Thomas and Mrs. Long
Many persons, otherwise
vigorous and healthy, are
bothered occasionally with
Indigestion. The effects of a
disordered stomach on the
system are dangerous, and
prompt treatment of indiges
tion is important. "The only
medicine I have needed has
been something to aid diges
tion and clean the liver,"
writes Mr. Fred Ashby, a
McKinney, Texas, fanner.
"My medicine is
| for Indigestion and stomach I
trouble of any kind. I have
never found anything that I
touches the spot, like Black- I
Draught I take it in broken .
doses after meals. For a long I
time I tried pills, which grip- |
ed and didn’t give the good i
results. Black-Draught liver I
medicine la easy to take, easy |
to keep, Inexpensive.”
Get a package from your
druggist today—Ask for and
insist upon Thedford’s —the I
| only genuine. i
| Get It today. !
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THE WINDER NEWS
Thompson visited Mrs. Tom Day Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fuller of Win
der spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Fuller.
School is progressing nicely under
the instruction of Miss Mamie Odum
and Mr. Sylvester Sauls.
Mr. Henry Snellings spent the week
end with relatives at Campton.
The friends of little Una Howington
will be sorry to learn that she is sick
but wish for her an early recovery.
Buy GOOD GULF KEROSENE.
tobacco makes 50
good cigarettes for
Typewriter ribbons and carbon paper
for sale at The Winder News office.
Buy THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE
A word often misused, but a thing quite essential in
giving satisfaction in Groceries and Meats.
We think we have the right conception of SERVICE,
and our efforts to please you and warrant your patron
age will prove it.
Our stock of Grceries is always uptodate and we
know our prices are unbeatable. You can rest assured
Our Market carries the very best in Fresh and Cured
Meats and our prices and Service are unexcelled.
Plenty Fine Corn Meal per bushel $1.25
Bring us your chickens and eggs and country pro
duce. We pay the highest market price for it.
WATSON-GLOVER & CO.
Special Cut Price for 10 Days Only
$2.00 Pocket Ben Watch $1.25
$3.00 Glo-Ben Radiolite Dial ................... $2.00
$1.75 Ingersol Yankee Plain Dial .... ... $1.25
$4.00 Ingersol Eclipse Radiolite Dial $2.50
$3.75 Big Ben Alarm Clock $3.00
$3.75 Jack’O’Lantern, Radiolite Dial $2.75
$2.00 to $2.50 Wrist Watch Bands Gray or Black
Black Ribbon ................... 99c
All Watch Chains at half price.
40 percent discount on all Rings, Bar Pins and Brooches
$21.00 Elgin Watches . . ... $13.99
$35.00 Elgin Watches $21.99
$35.00 to $50.00 Hamilton Watches at 33 1-3 discount.
Fountain Pens at cost or 40 percent less than list price.
The above prices are as low as you will find anywhere
and if you need a watch, clock, some silverware, or a
birthday or wedding gift, you will save money by buy
ing from me in the next 10 days.
MOSS E. GARRISON
Broad Street Garrison Building
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors and the doctors for their
kindness shown us during the Illness
and death of our dear husband and
father, especially the Odd Fellows. May
God bless each and every one Is the
prayer of the broken-hearted wife and
children.—Mrs. J, T. Adams und chil
Winder News ... §1.50
Atlanta Tri-Weekly Journal - 1.50
South Ruralist .50
Regular Trice 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 offer will be withdrawn in just a
. FINE FARM FOR SALE.
Farm of 412 acres—22s acres cleared,
3 splendid settlements with fl, 5 and 3
room dwellings, barns and outbuild
ings, 325 acres under wire fence, run
ning water, on public road, I*4 miles
from Lyons, Ga., the county sent of
Toombs county. One of the best farms
In the county. Soil is red pebbly with
clay subsoil; very productive; school
and churches nearby. Will take §3O
per acre for this farm; §2.000 cash will
handle the proposition, balance 5 years
at 8 per cent interest.
J. W. McWhorter, Winder, Ga.
•eoijjo g.uaN aopniAV 3RL ei s -ioj
jaded iioq.mo pun snoqqij .4jj.vlod.iL
SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR
While you are on that camping or fish
ing trip, have your watch overhauled.
It will last longer, and run more accu
rately if it is cleaned and oiled once
every year or so.
If it is in our care, you run no risk
of losing or damaging it.
B. E. PATRICK
403 Winder Nat. Bank Building
The West Point Route
Summer Excursion Fare
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North Carolina j
Which include attract-
J. P. BILUPS,
For further information write to —
Gen. Pass. Agent,