THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 27,
PRIZES WON AT THE
NORTH GA. FAIR
Paradise, First Prize SIOO
Ontrnl. Second Prize 75
Parrish, Third Prize 50
Rockwell, Fourth Prize 25
Bethlehem, Fifth Prize 25
Chandler, Sixth Prize 2<
Bethel, Seventh I*rizc 25
Oak Grove, Eighth Prize 25
Mt. Bet hel. Ninth Prize 25
County Line, Tenth Prize 25
Mulberry, Eleventh Prize 25
Auburn, Twelfth Prize 2.
Indit idual Agricultural
J. H. Bedingfield, First Prize* SOOOO
A. L. Simnnton, Second Prize 50.00
Fred Fuller, Third Prize 40.00
G. W. Fuller, Fourth Prize 50.00
G. S. Suratnerour, Fifth Prize 20.00
C. A. Edwards, Sixth Prize 20 00
Boti Thomas, Seventh Prize 20.00
M. ft Maynard, Eighth Prize 20.00
P. E. Adams, Ninth Prize 20.00
H. A. llardigree Tentli Prize 20.00
Fred Fuller, First $2.00
8. S. Cosby, Second 100
G. W. Fuller, First .52.00
8. W. Wilkerson, Second 1-00
G. W. Fuller. First $3.00
C. A. Edwards, First 2.00
G. W. Fuller, Second l.OO
Orok Jtostcr, First 52.00
Collie Skinner, Second 1.00
T. K. Wilbanks, First 1.00
W. T. Edwards, Second 50
A. I). Collins, First 2.00
G. W. Fuller, Second 1 00
Tanner’s School (colored. First $25.00
House District (colored) Ni*cnnd 20.00
K. W. Wanslev, (colored) Third 10.00
Oldest Man anti Woman.
Mr. W. I). Sweat 2.50
Mrs. Rebecca Winns __ . 2.50
Mrs. J. W. GrifTeth’s, nearest perfect
Mrs. Earl MeElroy, Second 3.00
Mrs. Green Greeson’s prettiest _ 3.00
Mrs. W. M. llolsenlieek, largest 2.00
A. O, Collins, First, Itiill $25.00
A. D. Collins, First, Cow 15.00
A. D. Collins. 2 heifers 15.00
A* I>. Collins, Herd 10.00
W. .1. Kennedy, sheep 1.00
('. C. Saul. Hull 5.00
C. C. Saul, Cow 6.00
.1. c. <1 tiffin, Bull 5.00
Mrs. F. L. Sims, cow 5.00
Paul Brooksher, Bull 10.00
<5. S. Millsaps Bull .15.00
Mrs. M. J. Griffeth, Cow 15.00
Frank Hoed, Heifer 5.00
G. S. Sunimeronr, Heifer 10.00
■Bennie Williams, sheep ti.oo
F. M. Morgan, goats 2.00
J. P. Eley, First 20.00
Emory MeElroy, Second 10.00
T. K. Wilbanks, First colt 10.00
Will Harris, second, colt 400
Fair ITg (Tub.
Hoke House, First -- SO.OO
Bennie Fleeninn, Second 5.50
Gladstone Harrison, Third —— - 5.00
Olin Smith, Fourth 4.50
Collie Skinner, Fifth 4.00
Jaw. Willie Harwell Sixth 3.50
Glen Hagan, Seventh 3.00
Clio Sorrels, Eighth 2.50
Albert Harris, Ninth 2.00
General Pig Club
Miss Hayman, First SO.OO
Julian Smith, Second 5.50
Alvin Williams, Third 500
William Russell, Fourth 4.50
Hersehel Hill, boar 0.00
L. C. Brlcoe, fat 10.00
Jim Fuller, tirst herd 0.00
G. W. Smith, second herd 4.00
A ,I>. Collins, pig 0.00
. W. Fuller, sow 400
('. A. Edwards, sow 4.00
G. W. Smith, boar 4.00
G. S. Millsaps, boar 10.00
G. S. Millsaps, sow 10.00
Chester Perkins, boar 10.00
Parrish, first $7.00
Mt. Bethel, first 7.00
Bethel, tirst 7.60
Mrs. G. C Moseley, first ... 20.00
1). A. H second 15.00
Federated club, third 10.00
M E. Tirol.', No. 3, fourth 8.00
Mrs. R. A. Tamp, fifth, 7.00
Ernest Hodges, sixth 5.00
Miss Janie Thomas $2.00
Miss Majorle Phillips .75
T. N. lester - —2.0 t)
Mrs. W. M. Holsenbeck l.OO
Mrv. (5. S. Millsaps l.(Kl
Mrs. t. M. Jackson 0.00
Mrs. Clyde WilliHinson 2.00
Mi's. Bob Plrkle 1.00
Mrs. (I. \V. DeLnPerriere - 2.00
Mrs. Paul Roberts 2.00
Mrs. W. N. Bailey 3.75
Mrs. y. C. Phillips 20.00
Min Young McDaniel 20.00
At the solicitaticm of many friends
and citizens of Winder to Itocome a
candidate to succeed myself as council
man at large of the* City of Winder, I
have decided to offer again for the
place and solicit your vote and influ
ence at the coming primary.
M. J. GRIFFETH.
1 desire to announce my candidacy for
councilman at large In the coming city
election, and earnestly solicit the sup
port of the voters of the city. If elect
ed 1 promise my best ability in the dis
charge of the duties of the office, and
will appreciate your support.
T. C. FIT,I,BRIGHT.
I hereby announcement myself a can
didate for councilman from the First
Ward in the coming city primary. I
earnestly solicit the support of every
voter and if elected will give the city
the best service of which lam capable.
G. T. MCDONALD.
By solicitation of friends I have de
cided to announce my candidacy for
councilman from the First Ward in the
coming City election, and I earnestly
solicit the support of the voters of the
city. If elected I promise my best ef
forts in the discharge of the duties of
the office, and will appreciate your sup-
F. (’.. GRADDICK.
To the Voters of Winder, Georgia.
Ladies and Gentlemen:
Three or four, possibly a dozen or so,
have asked me to run for councilman
from the First Ward, and admitting
that I just naturally want to run any
how, yon will not la* surprised that I
make this my formal announcement,
and I assure you that if elected it will
be my highest ambition to serve every
one alike, irrespective of trade, color,
calling or condition, rich or poor, so I
respectfully ask the support of tin* vot
ing public, and will do my beet to satis
fy my constituency (which 1 admit in
advance cannot la* did), nevertheless, 1
will do my best to conserve tin* interest
of tta* whole people.
Respect fully submitted,
J. BRISCOE WILLIAMS.
To the Voters of the City of Winder:
Having been solicited by many of
my friends to off fife r for councilman 1
take this method of milking my formal
announcement for councilman from flu*
third ward, subject to the white prima
ry. and solicit your vote and influence.
R. L. EAVENSON.
To the Voters of the City of Winder:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Councilman of the Third
Ward, subject to the action of the
Mrs. M. .T. Griffeth 31.00
Miss Lena Shepjard 1.75
Mrs. G. C. Moseley .75
Mrs. Jim Fuller 6.00
Mrs. W. C. Horton 3.00
Mrs. C. A. Edwards 3.00
Mrs. W. H. Faust 2.00
Mrs R. H. Kimball 3.00
Miss Ix>ra Crane 3.00
Miss Mobile Mobley 2.50
MT-s. Buddie Thomas 2.00
Mrs. Hiram Oliver 4.0 Q
Mrs. R. R. Russell 3.00
Miss Prudie McDaniel . 5.00
Miss Callie Thomas 12.50
Mrs. Broome 4.75
Mrs. A. N. Elliott 1.00
Mrs. Hersehel .Smith 2.00
Miss Mabel Jackson 3.00
Miss Runette Woodruff 3.00
Mrs. J. H. Pledger 1.00
Miss Rosa Westbrook 4.00
Miss la*ila Coker 5.00
Miss Claude Coker 2.00
Miss Nettie Bagwell 4.00
Mrs. G. W. Fuller 5.00
Miss Rubye Rooks 2.00
Mrs. Joe Estes 2.75
Miss Louise Williams 2.00
Miss Anita Bagwell 1.50
Mrs. Judson Jackson 1-Q0
Mrs. A. T. Harrison 6.00
Mrs. W. B. McCants 7.00
Mrs. G. H. Kilgore 1.00
Floyd Foster, first pen $.3.00
Floyd Foster, first trio 3.00
J. F. Rainey, second trio 2.00
Floyd Faster, first pair 2.00
Hubert Moore, second pair 1.00
Floyd Foster, first cock .50
Mrs. Rob Higgins, first hen 1.00
Hubert Moore, first pullet 1.00
Grace Thomas, trio ducks 2.00
M. J. Stancil, trio ducks 1.00
J. G. Cheely, turkeys 4.00
Jat mar Perry, first pigeons 1.00
Claud Herrin, second pigeons 1.00
Thurmond I>eLay, bantams 2 00
Coleman Skinner, bantams 1.00
J. L. Harwell, rabbit 1.00
Mrs. A. D. Robertson 3.00
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Skelton
Messrs. Walter and Vester and Miss
Pearl Marr visited Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Jackson near Jefferson Saturday
Miss Thelma Higgins of Auburn
spent Friday night with Miss Carmen
Miss Lorena Elliott of Cedar Hill was
the guest of Miss Thelma Allen Sun
Miss Flora Simpson was the guest
of Miss Thelma Allen Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Greeson and
family were guests of the latter’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Harrison,
Mrs. Martha Jackson was the guest
of Mrs. W. E. Flanigan a few days
Miss Thelma Higgins of Auburn was
the guest of Misses Nellie and Ruth
Allen Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allen and little
son. Almond, motors! to Chestnut Mt.
to the former’s brother, Sunday.
A large crowd attended preaching
at this place Sunday night.
Mrs. Herman Attaway, who has been
ill for some time is improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allen spent Fri
day night with the latter’s mother, Mrs
Masters Gartrclle and Kelly Elliott
were guests of Chester Elliott Sunday.
I Tallassee Dots
Misses Annie and iSallie Hunter and
Lizzie Nicholson wen* the guests of
Misses Mellie and Belle Haynie Satur
Mr. Festus Kinney and Son Sikes
wen* the. guests of Mr. J. C. Sikes Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniel
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fleming were
the guests of the former’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fleming Saturday night and
Miss Montine Wallace was the guest
of .Miss Bernice Davis Saturday night.
Master Krastus Kinney was the
guest of Dan Sikes Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Patton made
a business trip to Athens Friday.
Miss Prudie Kell Sikes and little
Mary Bell and Dan Sikes were the
guests of Mrs. Edgar Fleming Thurs
A crowd from here attended the sing
at Bctlinbara Sunday and reported a
Beginning Monday, October 31,
Biggest Sale Ever Held In This Section, of House
hold and Fancy Linens, Beddings.
Months ago when the market was at its lowest this sale was
planned. Now we can give values in all fine merchandise that can
not be duplicated today.
You will find the prices the lowest in seven years.
What You Find In This Sale
Table Cloths, Napkins, Madeira Linens, Filet and Cluny Pieces,
Damask, Linen Piece Goods, Pillow Cases, Towels of all kinds,
THE WINDER NEWS
G. M. Districts and
G. M. Officers In
District No. 243, Houses. Court 2nd
Tuesday in each month. A. I. Lyle,
f. P„ It. H. Kimball, N. P„ J. W. Sims,
Ind B B. Bradburry, constables.
District No. 249, Bethlehem. Court
Ird Saturday in each month. G. T.
Edwards, J. P., J. T. Harrison, N. P.,
Bethlehem, Ga„ Warren T. Thompson,
Bethlehem, Ga., constable.
District No. 1740, Auburn. Court 2d
Saturday in each month. J. W. Clack,
J. P.; J. O. Hawthorne, N. P.; Auburn,
Ga., W. H. Lovin, Auburn, Ga., consta
District No. 1741, Jones. Court 2nd
Saturday in each month. W. C. Sorrels,
J. P.; Krastus Perkins, N. P.; Winder,
Ga., J. W. Lackey, and K. It. Martin,
District No. 1742, Statbam. Court
3rd Wednesday in each month. D. L.
Hale, J. P.; T. J. Sikes, N. P.; Stat
ham; W. M. Stinchcomb, Stktkam, con
District No. 1743, Pentecost. Court
Ist Saturday in each month. W. 11.
Greeson, J. P.; J. W. Doster, N. P;
Winder, Ga., A. M. Haynie, Winder,
District No. 246, Chandlers. Court
Ist Saturday in each month. It. W.
Haynie, J. P; Tom Suddeth, N. P.;
Winder; C. E. McDonald, Winder, con
District No. 316, Ben Smiths. Court
3rd Saturday in each month. N. D.
Meadow, J. P.; W. J. Ethridge, N. P.:
Carl, Ga.,; C. G. McDaniel and J. W.
Elrod, Carl, Ga., constables.
District No. 1744, Cains. Court 4th
Saturday in each mouth. J. H. Parke.
J. P.; T. A. Deaton, N. P.; Hoscbton,
Ga.; H. It. Fagin and J. M. Davis.
Hoscbton, Ga, constables.
To Gain a Good Reputation.
The way to gain a good reputation is
to endeavor to be what you appear.”
That is precisely the manner in which
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy has gain
ed its reputation as a cure for coughs,
colds, croups and whooping cough. Ev
ery bottle* that has ever been put out
by the manufacturers lias been fully up
o the high standard of excellence claim
ed for it. People have found that it
can I>e depended upon for tin* relief and
cure of these ailments and that it Is
pleasant and safe to take.
Salmon Worth Taking.
The biggest salmon ever taken In th®
fresh waters of New Hampshire re
cently was caught in Lake Sunapee.
Its weight was 27 pounds. The larg
est previous salmon caught in Sunapee
weighed about 15 pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Cheek were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wages
Miss Hood of Gumming was the
guest of her cousiD, Miss Winnie Tug
Miss Mattie Ethridge spent Sunday
afternoon with Miss Willie Sloan.
Miss Gerdie Wood and little Mias
Adeil Ethridge spent Friday night with
the former’s sister, Mrs. Lula Mont
Mr. Burton Burel, of Atlanta was in
our burg Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Cheek visited
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ethridge Saturday
Miss Oma Pope spent Sunday after-
During the past few weeks we have been
investigating conditions, particularly in the
territory served by this school and the infor
mation secured from reliable sources points
to business revival, with VERY favorable
conditions for 1921.
History shows that in this country, a period
of unusual prosperity is invariably followed
by a period of depression, which is just as
surely followed by another period of what
is commonly called “GOOD TIMES.” Right
now we are passing from one of the depress
er periods to one of prosperity.
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noon with Miss Gerdie Wood.
Messrs. Boyd and Kelly Sykes wert
Sunday afternoon guests of Misses
Anthy Wages and Willie Sloan.
Mr. Sylvester Cheek, was the guesfcv
of Mr. Arthur Wages Sunday.
Mr. George Wood is at work in At
Sunday school is on a boom at this
place; everybody is invited to attend
every Sunday afternoon at 2 :30 o’clock.
B. Y. P. U. every Sunday night 7:3Q.
Everybody come and help us out in out
B, Y. P. U. and Sunday school.
Booze is the order of the day around'
here. There were some few on the 4
drunk list Sunday afternoon.
Little Miss Altha Mae Montgomery
.spent last week with her uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Montgomery,,
of Union GroTe. G W