THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1921.
Sunday Schools Urged
to Observe Sunday, 20,
As A Day of Prayer.
The Sunday schools in Georgia are
being called upon and urged to observe
Sunday. November 20th, as a day to
pray for the disarmament conference,
which will Ik* in session in Washington
at that time, the conference beginning
on November 11th.
*Tt is tit ting and right, that the Sun
day schools observe such a day, said
r. r>. Webb, General Superintendent
of the Georgia Sunday school associa
tion. “All the world staggers to-day
‘under the burden placed upon its shoul
ders by the most cruel war any his
tory. Every Sunday school in Georgia
feels the load. The gold stars on the
Service Flag, now folded away but not
forgotten, tell of the losses of young
men in whom we had high hope of
greatness in manhood. The civilization
of the future depends upon the train
ing we are giving to the boys and girls
now found in the Bible classes of our
Sunday school. May we of Georgia
teach them the word and the way of a
life of constructive service, rather than
*to teach them to become familiar with
the destructive art of war. Our belief
is that the absolute safety for the
United States is to obtain entire dis
Many schools will desire to use a
special program for this day, and the
917 Hurt Building, will be
prepared to give out copies of suggest
ed programs for “Disarmament Day.
, Mr. and Mrs. Jewel House and little
daughter. Mae Opal, spent Saturday
night with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Haynie,
the parents of Mrs. House.
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas spent
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. H. S.
Miss Bell Teal, of Sharon, spent Sun
day morning with Misses Mary and
Emma Mae Rooks.
Misses Essie and Mamie Teal and
Mr. Luke Johnson and Mr. Haron
Brewer were at County Line Sunday
Misses Florine Rooks and Esther
Teal spent Sunday morning with Mrs.
Miss Lucille Rooks spent Tuesday
with her grandmother, Mrs. B. T.
Miss Gussie Teal of Sharon spent
Saturday night and Sunday with her
cousin, 'Miss Esther Teal.
Mrs. W. O. McDougal is on the sick
list this week.
Little Miss Ezra Mae Stewart spent
Friday night with little Miss Emma
Misses Esther and Gussie Teal spent
Sunday with Misses Florine and Lucile
Misses Bessie and Zelma Thomas
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
Janie Thomas. *
Mr. C. A. Stewart speut Ffiday with
"Mr. John Rooks.
r Misses Clara Cooper and Willie Mae
Greeson visited Miss Jewel Doster Sat
Misses Florine and Lucile Rooks and
Gussie Teal visited Mrs. O. R. Rainey
Mrs. G. W. Teal visited Mrs. H. S.
Rooks Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. G. W. Teal visited Mrs. H.
S. Rooks Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur House and lit
tle daughter spent Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Doster.
School started at this place Monday.
Miss Ruth Haynie is spending a few
days this week with her grandmother,
Mrs. George Haynie.
Misses Dot and Ruby Skinner spent
Saturday night with their brother,
Mr. W. N. Skinner.
Mrs. Spencer Greeson visited her
mother, Mrs. E. B. Doster, recently.
Mrs. Tom Stewart and Mrs. Charlie
Maddox visited Mrs. H. S. Rooks Sun
Miss Susie Rainey visited Miss Ruby
Doster Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Claud Hunter and children
spent Friday with Mrs. W'ill Hunter.
Mrs. Janie Titshaw was the week
end guest of Mrs. Wages.
Mrs. Pearl Barnett of Winder was
the week-end guest of his mother Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maxey were the
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Miss Gertrude Skelton spent Satur
day night with Misses Nellie and Bell
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hunter and two
daughters Spoilt Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. G. R. Sikes.
Mr. John Brown was the week-end
guest of Mr. Sam Sikes.
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Lyle and son were
the dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Sal
Mrs. G. R. Sikes and mother, Mrs.
Henry, were guests of Mrs. W. S. Hun
OUR HONOR ROLL.
Our subscribers are continuing to
come in and settle up ther accounts.
If all who have not done so, could just
know how much we need the small
amount they owe us, they would settle
up before Saturday night. The amount
is small to you but when these small
amounts are put together they enable
us to meet our obligations. Come in
and help us.
J. I*. Williams
J. L. Lanier
Mrs. J. H. Hill
G. ij. Millsaps
W. H. Perry
Mrs. Harry Kilpatrick
W. L. Jackson
J. B. Lovin
T. F. Parker
A. F. Roberts
Jas. V. Stinchcomb
H. M. Miller
F. W. House
C. M. Williams
Mrs. A. E. Launius
W. T. Kilcrease
W. C. Jett
J. R. Edwards
Mrs. Emma Bush
R. C. Sharpton
W. C. Chandler
John M. Slaton
Mrs. Clara H. Dexter
J. E. Transue
J. N. Kilcrease
I). W. Wood
J. P. Cash
Mrs. A. G. Cooper
W. T Appleby
W. W. Sigmon
H. E. Haynie
J. W. Millsaps
C. T. Patat
J. Ben Thornton
J. W. Millsaps
H. It. Saul
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Mrs. Lula A. Cain
A. I). Page
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A. B. Pentecost
W. S. Henry
Mrs. Ella Arnold
Mrs. It. M. Wright
S. M. Booth
J. T. Hinesley
W. H. Delay
S. W. Bell
W. H. Thomas
S. N. Chandler
N. K. Austin
W. A. Brooks
J. T. Perry
W. B. McCants
C. O. Niblack
If you have paid your subscription
recently and your name has not ap
peared on our honor roll, see us about
it at once.
THE WINDER NEWS.
Mr. A. J. Casey returned home on
Friday after a few days visit to his
son, Mr. O. L. Casey.
Miss Susie Dillard, of Winder, spent
Saturday and Sunday with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lackey, Jr., of
Paradise, spent Saturday night with
Mr and Mrs. W. M. Holloway.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Edgar spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bush
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. DeLay of Par
adise, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
\V M. Holloway.
Mr and Mrs. S. H. Harrison were
the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.
I>. Holloway recently.
Mr. Charlie Holloway spent Tuesday
night with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hol
Mrs. Emory Griffeth was the guest
Thursday afternoon of Mrs. W. M.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lackey, Jr., were
the dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Casey.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralpjh Sims spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sims,
Mr and Mrs. G. P. Holloway were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hol
loway awhile Friday night.
Miss Nobie Holloway spent Satur
day afternoon with little Miss Alma
Mr. and Mrs. Bush Edgar spent Tues
day night with Mr. and Mrs. H. I.
Casey of Gratis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Casey spent Sun
day night with Mr, and Mrs. H. F.
Casey, of Gratis.
A Timely Suggestion
This is the season of the year when
the prudent and careful housewife re
plenishes her supply of Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy. It is almost certain to
be needed before the winter is over
and results are much more prompt and
satisfactory when it is kept at hand
and given as soon as the first indica
tion of a cold appears and before it has
become settled in the system. There is
no danger in giving It to children as it
contains no opium or other harmful
MOVES BACK TO WINDER.
Mr. H. E. Patat, an old citizen of
Winder, but who has been living in Au
burn for some time, has moved back
to Winder, and will continue to do
busness in this city in his usual
prompt way. His shop is located near
Cook Bros, store where he will be glad
to greet his friends and customers.
A FINE LETTER.
Tulsa, Okla„ Nov. 4th.
Your statement received . 1 had
overlooked my subscription, so am
sending you $2.00 to-day for renewal.
Send the News on. Yours truly,
A. D. PAGE.
512 N. Elemvood St.
County Line News
Miss Birtie House was the guest of
Miss Sigmon Saturday night and Sun
School began Monday with a good
Mr. Grover Bailey and Miss Ollie
Murphy attended the singing at Mace
donia Sunday afternoon.
Misses Dell and Fannie Sims visited
Misses Eva Jane and Lura Lancaster
of Sharon Sunday.
Mr. W. H. Hudgins and daughter
and Mrs. Mary Puckett spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Atticus
Miss Gerdie Maxey was the guest of
Miss Birtie House Friday.
Mr. Roy Flanigan of Lawrenceville
visited here Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. G. W. Hardy spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mrs. M. 11. Hudgins.
The singing at Miss Birtie House's
Sunday night was enjoyed by all pres
Don't forget the Foot Ball game to
morrow (Frday) at 3:00 o'clock. Ad
? fa irs of AnaTtoT
STRAND' Ia ite*
Thurs. and Fri. j||
THE WINDER. NEWS-
By W. 11. FAUST
The shows that come to our town are
always the grandest, dandiest, most
marvelously miraculous ever conglom
erated under canvas.
The scrawny, slim girl always thinks
the corn feds are the most abominable
looking bunches of fat ever assembled
on one frame.
Some of Winder's pas when their
young hopefuls get on the honor rolls
feel that Fatty Arbuckle’s* overcoat
would not make the upper left hand
pocket of their vest.
Why is it that men will stand and
watch open mouthed as a girl passes
by clothed in garments that could be
placed in a piccola ami not interfere
with a note.
The writer of these shots has been
quoted by fellows from Louie I). New
ton to Frank L. Stanton, but has never
been able to break into the private con
traption of Jack L. Patterson in the
Journal. It takes high brow stuff tho
to get the eye of Patterson and Larry
Occasionally you s(ee a girl who
walks the streets who is such an ex
ceeding warm number that her daddy
needs to fan her with a slipper.
Most of us are told that walking is
healthy. Still every modern invention
tends to keep folks from using their
lower limbs in getting from one place
Watson is jumping on Hardwick for
not fulfilling his campaign pledges.
Whoever thinks any candidate is se
rious enuff to attempt to do such?
Youth stands at the forks of the
road one time. The choice then de
termines destiny for time and eternity.
Occasionally you run across people
who are too proud to grow’ mentally,
physically or spiritually, avoid such
folks as you would the small pox or
the seven-year itcli.
Tanlac is made of roots, herbs and
barks and contains no minerals or
opiates. Dr. G. W. DeLaPerriere &
Chamberlain's Tablets Have Done
Her a World of Good.
“Chamberlain’s Tablets have done
me a world of good," writes Mrs. Elia
L. Button, Kirkville. N. Y'. “I have
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friends and all who have used them
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them a trial and realize for yourself
what an excellent medicine It is.
“Your wife does a lot of entertain
ing. doesn’t she?” remarked Mrs. Nay
bor. “Yes,” growled Mr Gabb “If
she Isn’t entertaining company, alio'a
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How Not to Take Cold
Some persons are subject to frequent
colds, while others seldom, if ever, have
a cold, l'ou will find that the latter
take good care of themselves. They
take a shower or cold sponge bath ev
ery day in a warm room, avoid over
heated rooms, sleep with window open
or partly open, avoid excesses, over
eating, becoming over heated and then
chilled and getting the feet wet. Then,
when they feel the first indication of a
cold, they take Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy without delay uud it is soon