Miss Marlon Reynolds spent the week
end with her parents at Maysville.
Mrs. W. M. Fite, Miss Ruth Fite
and Mrs. Jane Johnson were week-end
guests of relatives in the country.
Misses Bessie and Lillian Lanier 'of
Auburn Christian College were with
their parents Saturday and Sunday.
l>r. and Mrs. S. A. Boland and Dr.
and Mrs. T. L. Holcomb motored to
Mrs. Anna Hammond and two
daughters. Misses Bear lie and Zorn,
have moved bark to town and are at
home to their friends at tin* home of
Mrs. T. L. Wall on Jefferson St.
Miss Helen Arnold s|>eiit the week
Miss Lollie Mae Hammond of Athens
was the guest of iter mother, Mrs.
Mrs. W. D. Bolton of Klberton and
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith of Bogart
xvere with Mm Georgia McDonald
Franeis Hardigree of Athens spent
part of last week here with tier grand
mother, Mrs. .1. I*. Arnold.
Mrs. J. C. Daniel and George Daniel,
Mrs. J.M. L. Thurmond and James
were visitors in Athens Saturday.
<5. J. Thurmond went down to At
lanta on business last week.
Mrs. C. S. Williams and little son.
Is-wis Harper, of Winder, were the
guests of her sister, Mrs. B. A. Nun
The Junior Missionary Society incl
t the home of Mrs. C. B. Chambers
Saturday afternoon. Not very many
IM-eseut but they seemed very much in
terested in the study of the little Jap
anese-children and their customs. Also
the Bible lessons we are studying seem
t Interest them very much. The Jun
lor’s are more interested in their study
than the grown ups.
A CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our deep grati
tude to our friends in and around
Rtathum who responded so graciously
to our needs in the loss of our home, ■
furniture, clothes by fire on last Fri
day night. Words cannot express our
thnnkfullness, hut we wish each and
every one to know we thank you.
W. E. MeDONAU).
mbs. w. e. McDonald
I Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelly had as 1
their week-end guests Mr. Kelly’s niece*'
Mrs. Carpenter and Mrs. Styles, of I
Franklin, N. C.
Men’s and Boys Suits &
Overcoats at Half Price
We are making "Cut Prices 1 ’ on all our goods during this great sale. It is an opportunity of a life time
for the public to take advantage of the ‘‘Give Away” prices on all our Dry Goods, Clothing, Siloes, Hats,
Ready-to-Wear, Etc. We are offering new goods at prices that it will pay you to come for miles to buy.
Below we quote you a few prices to give you an idea of the BIG SACRIFICE that we are making in this sale.
Our Millinery Department is full of the latest styles of Hats and Millinery ttoods at Grices that will make you alatl. See these hats.
The Clothier Winder , Georgia
Lot Children’s shoes at
Big lot $2.50 Blankets,
at . . .. $1.49
$lO Blankets at $395
$4 blankets at $1.98
Lot sl2 to SIG Velour
and Jersey Dresses 5.95
W. L. Douglas Shoes at
33 1-3 per cent off.
GEOBGIA —Barrow county.
There will e ol before the court house
door of said within the legal hours of
sale on the first Tuesday in December.
11*21. the following property, to-wit:
1 lot of land in the Town of Stut
hnm, Barrow county. Georgia, on
which there is a residence, said lot
fronting on Broad St., in said Town
of Ktathani, about too ft. and running
back about H> feet deep, and being
about 100 feet wide at the rear of
same, this being the lot on which B.
G. Sims now resides.
Said projs-rty levied on as the prop
erly of It. G. Sims by virtue of an ex
ecution issued from Barrow Superior
Court in favor of Bank of Statbam
against said It. G. Sims and sold to
satisfy said execution. Tenant in
possession given due notice.
Tills Hie Olli day of November, ISjjjl.
11. o. CAMP. Sheriff.
GEORGIA— Barrow county.
Will lie sold before the Court House
door of said county within the legal
hours of sale in Winder, Georgia, on
l(he hist Tuesday in December. 11*21
the following described property, to
One black top buggy and harness;
one twohdme Hackney wagon; three
single plow stocks; one No. 10 Oliver
Shi<l property levied on as the prop
erty of Governor Rodgers, colored, by
virtue of a mortgage execution issued
from Barrow Superior court, in favor
of J. M. I- Thurmond and against said
Governor Rodgers, and sold to satisfy
This tho oth day of November, 1021.
11. O. CAMP, Sheriff.
GEKG IA Harrow county.
Will lie sold before the court house
door of said county within the legal
hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in
December, 1021, the following proper
One black mare mule S years old,
name Colo, weight 050 pounds.
Said property levied on as the prop
erty of J. It. Haynes by virtue of n
mortgage execution issued from Bar
row Superior Court, in favor of Wood
ruff Hardware Company and against
said J. It. Haynes, and sold to satisfy
This tint Otli flay of November, 1021
H. O. CAMP, Sheriff.
J. T. STRANGE COMPANY
The great bargains flint the public
has Imsmi getting from this store is stil!
holding good. If you an* in uejd. of
anything in the dry goods line visit
their store and price their goods. You
will be pleased with the quality and
price of their goods.
Mr. R. T. Goowyn
it. T. Goodwyn, Jr., a prominent
young man of Athens and well known
tlnoughoiit this section, was instant
ly killed 1 lie;day evening near Coving
ton, when the automobile which he was
driving plunged off an embankment
twenty feel high. He was killed in
stantly. iicing caught under the car.
M.r T. C. Aycoek, of Monroe, who was
with him in the ear, was pinned un
der the wrecked automobile, but he
escaped without serious injury. Two
passing negroes heard his cry and came
to their rescue. The remains of Mr.
Goodwyn were taken to Athens for
The Bible School meets at 10:15 A.
M. Come and let us make this a ban
ner day in attendance.
At 11:20 Bro. Edwards will preach
and ibe Lord’s Supper will be observ
It is expected that the evening ser
vice will be one of the greatest in the
present series of meetings.
Christian meets at 6:50.
The music at all services will be
conducted by the Pollocks.
Minister, Stanley R. Grubb.
W. H. FAUST, Pastor.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Servic; s for Sunday.
Sunday school at 10:15. S. F. Maug
At 11:30 and 7:30 Geo. W. Andrews
our state S. S. Field Secretary will,
Junior and Senior B. A. P. XT. at t
All S. S. teachers and workers will
be delighted to have this opportunity
to hear one of the South’s leading Bi
ble school workers.
Come and bring your friends.
The Big Sale
Is Still Going On at
j. l. Saul’s Store
Blankets and comforts
ONE? HALF PRICE
ISC'cotton plaids, at per
yard 9 C
Heavy A C A Feather
proof ticking at 23c
One-piece dresses sl2
values at $3.75
$30.00 Coat Suits 13.75
We Mean What We
We are in earnest in our desire to satisfy the public
in our dealings with them. We want to sell you your
GROCERIES and MEATS and we realize to do this we
must give thorough satisfaction at all times,
We keep the best Groceries and Meats on the market
and we are sure you will be pleasedwith our prices
Our constantly growing trade is proof that we please
the people. If you are not one of our customers we want
you to give us a trial. Let us show you how pleasant we
can make it for you.
Our motto is: pest Quality-Lowest Prices-Prompt
All Groceries, such as Flour, Lard, Coffee, Sugar,
fresh and cured Meats, Rice, Grits, and everything car
ried in an up-to-flate grocery store are kept always in
stock and we know that our prices are as low as they
can be made.
We want to serve you. Give us a trial.
WATSON-GLOVER & CO.
$40.00 Coat Suits 16.75
SSO 00 Coat Suits 19.45
Men’s $8 English Style
dress shoes . ..., $4.65
Men’s S2O Suits $12.50
Men’s S3O Suits $15.00
Men’s $35 Suits $17.50
Men’s S4O Suits $22.50
Boys Suits at One-half
Subscription Price: <1.50 Per Year.
Ladies Coat Suits and
| Dresses at Big Reduc- !
Dress Gingham, worth
up to 30c. Special 12£c
Dress shirting at ll^c
3 A sheeting, heaviest,
per yard ... 12£c
Good Sea Island 5c yd.