THttßT>*T, NOVEMBER 10, 1021.
RICHARD H. BUSSELL, JB.
Office in Carithers Building.
Practice in All the Courts
G. D. ROSS JULIAN E. BOSS
BOSS & BOSS
Office Over City Pharmacy
Practice in all the Courts. —
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
JOSEPH I>. QUILLIAN
Office Over DcLaPerriere”* Drug store
G. A. JOHNS
Attorney at Law
Office Over Carithers Bank.
( Practice In All Courts.
W. H. QUARTERMAN
Attorney at Law
Prcatice In All Courts
Commercial Law a Specialty
T. ELTON DRAKE
Office in Old Court House Building
W. L. DeLaPERRIERE
Fillings, Bridge and Plate Work
Done in Most Scientific and
DR. C. 8. WILLIAMS
Offices in the Winder National Bank
Residence Phone 2S4 —- Office Phone 81
DR. It. P. ADAMS
Phones: Office 24. Residence 6
l)r. L. C. Allen I)r. Myron B. Allen
IR. L. C. ALLEN & SON
Sundays, ft :00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
Wednesdays, 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 M.
Saturdays, all day until .'5:00 IV M.
All other times when not attending calls
in a Great Picture
,> . i
Julio meets Marguerite
Thus began what will go down through the ages
as one of the greatest romances ever dreamed.
From the first theirs was a hopeless love; its
clear, white flame had always to be kept hidden
from the world. You will thrill to the story of
Marguerite and Julio when you see
v ~ Metro’s
Rex Ingram Production
Of the Apocalypse
Adapted by June Mathis from Blasco Ibanez’s IV cm el
DR. CHARLES HAYES
Specialty: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
511 Holman Building
office Hours: 9t012 A. M. Itos P. M.
It. HENRY BARNES, I). C.
is the adjustment of the spine to re
move the cause of disease.
SPINAL ANALYSIS FREE
Hours: 9 to 12 A. M.
2 to 5 I*. M.
Saturday ft to 12 :30 A. M.
Office New Bush Building.
DR. R. A. VERDIER
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat
PHONE B.TA —510 Sou. Mutual Bldg.
Athens, Ga. St
B. E. PATRICK
Room 409, 4tli Floor
Winder National Bank Bldg.
8. M. ST. JOHN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Cut Glass
Repair Work Done Promptly
Broad Street Winder, Ga.
W. M. THOMA S
Phone 4ft—Jackson Street
"Tweedledum and Tweedtedee.”
We understand that the expression
“tweedledum and tweedtedee” Is used
to designate two things between
whlcti there is the smallest possible
difference, and Is applicable to dis
putes over trities It >s also applied
to nonsensical discussions such as the
old logicians Indulged In, e. g.. when
a farmer takes a pig to market, Is the
pig going with the farmer or the
farmer going with the pig?—The Wire
Tobacco Seeds Small.
Tobacco seeds are so minute that a
thimbleful will furnish enough plants
tor an acre of ground.
WASH YOUR HANDS;
SANITATE YOUR HOME
Avery large per* entage of the sick
ness of the human race is due to the;
eating or drinking of human excre-1
ment. This is not very pleasant to 1
think of and less elegant to write'
about, yet it is necessary sometimes j
for us to know unpleasant and distate
ful things. When one takes typhoid!
fever he has partaken of human!
faeces; when we have dysentery we
are obliged to have taken into our
mouths the germs that are thrown off
from one who has the disease in the]
movement of the bowels. This is
alsb true of other diseases.
There are many ways in which these
germs are transmitted from the host,
the diseased person, to the well per
son. If all human excrement could
be immediately handled in a sanitary
way these diseases would become an
One thing that everyone could do
to lessen the incidence of these dis
eases would be the constructing of
sanitary closets. They are inexpen
sive and almost anyone could have
a safe privy. For the amount of the
investment we do not know of a great
er return; It is the very best, cheapest
life insurance policy that you can
The State Board of Health, Atlanta,
issues bulletins giving you instructions
how to construct sanitary closets for
rural homes and schools, and send
when requested working plans, so that
anyone can build such a closet. It
is your duty to yourself and family,
let alone to your neighbor, to build
an approved closet. Write for these
plans and bulletins and get busy.
THE MOUTH IS THE SOURCE OF
Most contagious diseases find their
way through the mouth.
Disease germs cannot thrive or sur
vive unless bad conditions exist.
Defective teeth causes much of the
sickness among children and adults.
By careful attention to the cleans
ing of the mouth and sterilization of
the food, the alimentary tract may be
rendered comparatively sterile.
From a hygienic standpoint the se
cretions of the mouth constitute one
of the chief resources of respiratory
The mouth is one of the greatest
sources of infection that we have to
deal with in preventive medicine to
In the words of Dr. William Osier:
‘‘Oral Hygiene—the Hygiene of the
mouth. There is not one single thing
more important to the public in the
whole range of Hygiene than that.”
HERE IT COMES! METRO’S MILLION-DOLLAR PHOTO MASTERPIECE
The Four Horsemen
of the Apocalypse
The Worlds Foremost Picture
VARIOUS DRAMATIC CRITICS
in various big cities of the United States-have made various comments about the
picture-in various terms, it is true-but to the same effect: that by all odds t.ie
greatest achievement of the screen so far is
The New York Times said:
The Boston Traveller said: Tire Chicago Tribune said: „ To ftud a p]av that ; s equally ep
‘lt is a great picture." „ Go and “The Four Horsemen ochal in its implications one must go
The Pittsburg Press said <>f (h( , Apoca iy P se’ . . . It is worth back to the Elizabethans—for example
-It . . . has resulted in a film mas- youf time alld money.” to Shakespeare’s ‘.Vnthony.’
Miss Paula Beerman
Eminent Concert Soprano Accompanist
Will Sing Twice Daily
235%: & siasM-i&wsfi v.
AT THE STRAND
2 DAYS, NOV. 21-22. MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
THE WINDER NEWS
We Beg to Announce That We
Have For Our Fair For Week
of Nov. 14 19
Polack Bros. & Cloth’s
Captain Codding - s VViid West Shows, with Cow
boys ana cowgirls
Wooiey s circus Side Show and Menagerie.
Dixie Minstrels witn Georgia Minstrel Jazz Band.
Grace Gleen s Hippodrome and Dog and Bony
Margie—the Wonder Girl.
Elsie—A Wonderdful Attraction.
The Hawaiian Village, featuring Stella Lambert
and her troupe of Singing and Dancing Dolls.
Johnson's Jungleiand Show-strange Animals from
the Far East.
Museum of Strange Curiosities.
Jtsig Ben-tne sensation of all leading fairs, ihe lar
gest bieer ever placed on exhibition; weighs 3,5UU lbs.
stands a feet mgn, born and raised in Georgia. Fure
Crazy House-Amusements for old and young-
Up Hign Billy Kiem-the sensational hign-diver.
Dainty Miss Labely in her sensation Aerial Peiform-
Free Band Concert daily by Prof. P. DeLauientis
and his Concert Band; Also Anderson s Ragtime Min
The Shows will arrive Monday morning, Novem
ber 14th, on their special train. Will open for perfor
mance Monday night, November 14th.
Band Concert on Court House Square at noon Mon
Walton County Fair Astociation
Subscription Price: $1.50 Per Year.