THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1921-
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ridgeway were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Har
rison Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Lillie Bolton was the guest of
ter mother, Mrs. J. \V. Adams Friday
Mrs. J. K. Adams was the guest of
Mrs. T. W. l’artee Friday afternoon.
Messiiv., Lucius Mfjrris und Odell
Starnes were the guests of Mr. Willie
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adams and Mr.
Ira Adams visited their grandfather,
Mr. Milt Adams, of Oldfield, Sunday.
We are Rorry to report the illness
of Mrs. O. W. Brown, and also Mrs. Joe
Partin, who is spending some time
with her daughter, Mrs. T. W. Partec,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edward* wen*
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. IV. Ad
Mrs. Vista Gaddis, of County Line,
spent Saturday night with her sister,
Mrs. G. W. Brown.
The birthday dinner given by Miss
Annie Brown Sunday In honor of her
nineteehth birthday was enjoyed by
Back In Winder
I have moved my Blacksmith Shop from
Auburn and will continue to do business in
Winder in my usual way.
My shop is located near Cook Bros store,
close to my old stand. I will be glad to have
my former customers call to see me when
in need of anything in my line . Prices right
and work guaranteed.
H. E. Patat
VALVE-IN-HEAD "J PD
The Buick Frame is Built
for Many Years’ Service
The Buick frame—strong enough for
the load, withstanding road strains,
and yet flexible. The Buick frame is
as carefully designed by Buick engi
neers as any other part of the car.
Buick Sixes Buick Fours
23-Sit-44 Throo Paao. Koadator $1493 32 Four-34 Two fua. RojAtw $933
}] Si>-45 Fm fui. Touring ■ 1335 ~ _ ~.. _
21 Sit 44 ThrooFoot Coupo - 2135 31-Faar-33 Fir, Parr. Touring 973
23-Six-47 Fiva Pan. Sod an . - 2433 22-Four-3t ThrooFa*,. Coupo 1473 >
22- Four Fmoo. Coupo - - 2325 23 Four-37 Firo Faso. Sad an - US 0 .
23- Soron Faaa. Touring 1735
22-Sim-30 Savon Faaa: Sodan • 2435 All Fricoa F. O. B. Flint , Michigan
Aak about lha C. M. A. C. Plan
Winder Mobile Company
WHI N BETTER. AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT. BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
the following: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ed
wards and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. C.
Wilburn, of County Line, Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. llufT. Mrs. Mollie Cheek and
children, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilburn,
of Winder; Mrs. VUta Gaddis and
daughter. Rubye, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Shore, Messrs. Clifford Pruitt, Willie
l’artee, Reuben Brown. lister Huff,
Coleman Brown, Misses Ara Partee,
Mary Lou Huff, Mary Lee and Inu
Ih-lle Edwards, Susie Brown, Mr. T.
W. Brown and children.
Miss Annie Brown and Mrs. W. C.
Sh<|fe motored to Winder shopping
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McDaniel, of Par
adise. spent Saturday night with Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Edwards.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Partee and Miss
Ara Partee motored to Winder Wed
Mrs. Jewell Edwards and Mrs. Lil
lie Bolton were the guests of Mrs. C.
A. Edwards recently.
Don’t forget the Foot Ball game to
morrow (Frday) at .'COO o’clock. Ad
School opened at this place last Mon
day morning under the management
of Miss Gertrude Skelton of Lawrence
Misses Nellie Haynie and Gertrude
Skelton were guests of Misses Bird
and Prudie Sikes Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Maynard and
children were the dinner guest* of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sikes Sunday.
Mrs. Ann Wallace was the guest of
Mrs. R. L. Sikes Sunday night.
Miss Cordelia Oofer, Grady Smith
and Fred Thurmond were the guests
of Misses Nellie and Bell Haynie Sat
Mrs. Bud Wages and Mrs. Jessie Wa
ges were the guests of Mrs. Robert
Daniel Friday afternoon.
Miss Mozelle Hartley and Miss Pru
die Bell Sikes were ttv- guests of Miss
Montinc Wallace Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Festus Kinney und son,
Erastus, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Sikes Sunday night.
We are glad to report that little
babe of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniel
is better at this writing.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Artis Grizzle
on October 24th a daughter.
Mrs. Nellie Jackson was the guest
of Mrs. Homer Draper last week.
i PARADISE i
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Clack were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Perkins
Mrs. W. H. DeLay and children visit
ed Mrs. Jim DeLay of Winder Satur
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barber spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. ami Mrs. Hull Clack announce
the birth of a fine daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Parkins had as
their guests Sunday afternoon Mr. and
Mrs. Muller MeKlroy,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. I). I). Jones.
Miss Ethel Sailors was the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1 red < lack
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Perkins spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. John Jones.
Miss Lillie Jane Perkins spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Miss Lil
lie Mae Sorrels.
Atlanta Journal and Atlanta Con
stitution local agency.—Herrin.
THE WINDER NEWS
Everybody invited to a box supper
at Dove Creek school house Thanks
giving night. Music and entertain
ment by the ‘Jolly Brothers.” Pro
ceeds to go to the school.
. FARM FOR SALE.
32% Acres of fine farm land; 24
icres in cultivation, balance in fine tim
ber, good four room house and good
out buildings; fine pasture and good
well of water. Four miles east of Win
•r. In one-half mile of church, and
e mile of good schooL—Mrs. W. V.
Segars, Winder, Ga. 3t-25-pd
You can’t have good health with
a disordered stomach. Correct your
stomach disorders with Tanlac and
Ik- strong.—G. W. DeLaPerricre & Sons.
THAT BACK ACHE.
Do you have a dull, steady ache in
the small of the back—sharp, stabbing
twinges when stooping or lifting—dis
tressing urinary disorders? For bad
back and weakened kidneys Winder
residents recommend Doan’s Kidney
Pills. Read this Winder statement.
Mix. L. J. McElhannon, N. Rroad
St., says: "1 had a severe attack of
kidney trouble. The different remedies
I used gave me no relief and when I
finally heard of Doan's Kidney Pills
and began taking them they took hold
of the trouble at once and soon reliev
FOUR YEARS LATER Mrs. McEl
hannon says: “I can’t speak too high
ly of Doan’s Kidney Pills in confirm
ing my former statement. Whenever
1 don’t feel just right, a few of Doan’s
always bring uie prompt relief.”
Price GOc at all dealers. Don’t sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills —the same that
Mrs. McElhannon had.—Foster-Mil
burn Cos., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
If you want your dollars to do their full duty, give
them a chance at our HARVEST SALE Beginning:
Friday, November 11th
we will start our big Harvest Sale, when we will show
you what your dollars will do here. Shrewd buyers visit
our store, for they know from experience that we re
ally sell good goods at an astonishingly low figure. And
right now, when we are wanting to push all winter
goods, in order to make room for Christmas displays,
we have slashed the prices right and left, all the way
down the line. No such reductions have been made be
fore. Prices have now hit the bottom.
Every coat in stock, regardless of former value at h
Every hat in stock J price. We have some beauties, too.
Ladies’ bleached union suits, best quality 69c
Boys’ unbleached Union Suits, size 14 years 49c
Girls’ unbleached Union Suits ; . a-i-x-x-a-a-i• i*l-i 49c
Ladies’ Knit long drawers, good quality 49c
A good stock of sweaters, all going cheap.
Children’s hose, good quality 16c pr
Men’s Socks ... IM . . - .j..•.•..•* • 16c
Good grade chambray, all colors 10c yard
Curtain Goods ~ . ... 10c yard
Pretty striped ginghams, just the hing for children 15c
Beautiful quality heavy blankets in pairs $3.25 the pair
Ladies’ all wool stockings heather brown 75c pair.
Men’s Wool socks, best grade i-wl. • • • 60c
Baby’s stockings, white, pink or blue 10c pair
Men’s gray cotton sweaters . . . ...._•:• $1.25
Good line laces - 5c the yard
Popular books, fiction, your choice ~i-.-.- • • -10 c
Best table oil cloth, white and colors 35cyd.
2A dozen clothes pins for -c-i- ••.• 10c
Best 4-string brooms, a crackerjack value .. . ... ... 49c
Good toilet soap 5c bar
Ladies hand bags 49c
Men’s purses 10c, 15c, and., -•- 25c
Sale Runs from Nov. 11, until Supply is Exhausted.
Winder 5 & 10c Store
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expect others to believe in you. When you
prepare for a good position you are quite
certain to secure it. Trained workers are al
ways in demand by bankers and business
Our graduates are preferred when they can
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