THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1921.
Social and Personal News
aIRS. RALPH SMITH
Mrs. Ralph Smith eittertained infor
mally but in a delightful manner at
her home on Saturday morning. Mrs.
Wheeler, who is visiting Mrs. Robert
Gamp, *was the honor guest. Those
present were Mesdames Howard Rog
ers. J. W. Griffeth, R. H. Kimball, Hen
ry Pledger, Roy Smith, Fleming Thomp
son, Lee DeLaPerriere, Robert Camp,
and Mrs. Wheeler, the honor guest.
MRS. JOSEPH lIROOME
Mrs. Joseph Broome gave one of the
prettiest parties of the season last
Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs.
Wheeler, of Texas. Vases of chrysan
themums adorned the mantels, and
tables placed for bridge. Yellow nynts
filled comports were placed at inter
vals on the dining table. Late in the
afternoon, Mrs. Broome, assisted by
Mrs. Kimball and Mrs. Ware, served
an unusually attractive salad course
with iced tea. Among those present
were Mesdames O M. Jackson! R. A.
Camp, Wheeler. Ware Rogers.' Harris.
Jlittf, Roy Smith, Ralph Smith, Thomp
son, W T ilson, Pledger. DeLaPerriere,
Moseley, Autry, Griffeth, Carithers,
Kimball and Ross of Atlanta.
MRS. ROGERS HOSTESS.
Mrs. Howard Rogers entertained sev
eral friends at. her home on Center St.
hist Thursday afternoon. Sewing was
the feature of the afternoon. Later
the hostess, nss sled by Mrs. <R. L
Rogers, served a salad course. Among
Mis. Rogers’ friends invited oil this
occasion were Mesdames R. H. Kim
tiali, J. F. Bi come, G. C. Moseley, J.
W Griffeth, S. 11. Ware, J. H. Pledger,
G. H. Fortson. H. A. Carithers, Ralph
Smith, Roy Str.ilb, E. H. Harris and
D F. Thompson.
Mrs. Fleming Thompson was hostess
to her club last Thursday afternoon at
her apartment on Woodlawn avenue.
The honor guest on this occasion was
Mrs. Wheeler, who is visiting Mrs. Rob
ert Camp. After an enjoyable after
noon spent playing bridge, the hostess
nerved a salad course. Those pres
ent were Mesdames Ware,, Broome,
Moseley, Griffeth, Camp, Wheeler, Roy
Smith, Ralph Smith, H. A. Carithers,
Rogers. Harris, Estes, Wilson, and
MRS. A. Y. EAYENSON
Mrs. A. Y. Eavenson entertained the
Senior Priscilla Sewing club on Thurs
day afternoon at her home on Walker
street. The home' was beautifully dec
orated with ferns, autumn leaves and
cut flowers. After two hours of sew
ing and chatting, a delicious salad
course was served. Besides the mem
bers of the club, the guests included
Mesdames R. L. Eavenson, W. E. Math
ews, DeWitt McDonald, Mott, Quar
terman, Bailey, Roberts, McCants, Lyle
and Miss Rogers, of Atlanta.
MRS. WHEELER HONOREE.
Among flic many pretty affairs given
in Mrs. Wheelef-’s honor was the par
ty given by Mrs. J. W. Griffeth and
Mrs. Paul Autry at the home of the
latter on Friday afternoon. Mrs. F. C.
Graddick assisted her daughters in re
ceiving, and little Helen Graddick had
charge of the Victrola. Tables for
bridge were arranged in the living
room, while a number of ladies spent
th;* afternoon sewing. A salad course
with hot tea was served late in the
afternoon. Those present were Mes
dames Wheeler, Thompson, Ross, of
Atlanta; Ware, Broome, Kimball, Wil
son. Moseley, O. M. Jackson, Byrd Har
ris, E. H. Harris, Ralph Smith, Roy
Smith, Pledger, Pirkle, Rogers, Ca
rithers, Flanigan, DeLaPerriere, May
naTd, Bedingfic\d. Jackson, Williams,
Nowell, Jennings and others.
Mr. Ben Juhan, of Athens, spent the
week-end with his family in the city.
Mr Edwin Starr, of Atlanta, visit
ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Starr
last week, taking in the Ga.-Va. game
football in Athens last Saturday.
Mr. Herschel Smith went down to
Winterville last Sunday, meeting Mrs.
Smith there who had been visiting rel
atives-in Watkinsville. They return
ed Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Dora House, who has been
with the J. W. Summerour millinery
department during the past months,
left Tuesday for her home In Gilmer,
The many friends of Mrs. Sidney F.
Maughon will be glad to know that
she has been brought hack home from
an Athens hospital after an operation
several weeks ago, and is improving
rapidly. We hope she will soon be
Mr. Ernest House spent Sunday with
friends ut County Line.
Miss tavadu Wall was the guest of
friends in Statham Sunday.
Miss Ada Roberts is spending this week
with her parents in Grayson.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Moseley were vis
itors to Atlanta last Monday.
Mrs. Homer Baird visited friends
in Athens Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Settle, of St.
Louis, Mo., are visiting relatives in
Miss Ermine Thomas is in High
Shoals this week for a few days’ visit
Misses Annie and Julia Thomas are
in Athens visiting Mrs. S. S. Thomas
Mr. W. W. Sigmon, of College Park,
was the guest of friends in Winder
Miss Mary Lord, of Athens, spent
the week end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Lord, in the city. .
Misses Fay and Fannie Lou Tucker
and Mr. Otis Whitley spent the week
end with friends in Bethlehem.
, Messrs. He:ace George and Lewis
Haygood, of Lawrenceville, spent Sun
day in Winder.
Attorneys Dupree Hunnicutt and T.
J. Shackelford, of Athens, were in the
city Monday on business.
Mrs. Emmett Bond, of Atlanta, spent
the last week-end with Mrs. M. C.
Messrs. Erl McCurry and Lloyd Pool,
of Toccoa, were the guests of friends
in the city Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Mauglion, of
Gainesville, were the guests this week
of the former’s mother, Mrs. S. T.
Maughon, in the city.
Misses Ola Porter and Gypsy Bed
ingfield spent last week-end with
friends in Dahlonega and as the guest
of Miss Beatrice Wilhite in Gaines
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11 & 12
We appreciate the trade that we have built up since
we have opened our meat market here and to show our
good customers how much we appreciate their business
we are going to offer the following bargains in fresh
meat for two days only:
Best Steak . ... . ..... ... . . ....,._. . . ... . ... ..... 18c pound
Stew Meat . ............. . . . 6c pound
Beef Roast ... . . 1v ..,. ....... . a . L ... 10c to 15c pound
Pork Sausage . . ~,; , e i , 25c pound
Mixed Sausage ~t . ... , t .lßc pound
Best Cured Ham , L . .......... .. 40c pound
Best Boiled Ham 50c pound
Don’t forget the phone Number 119.
The Meat Market Behind the Glass
Mr. J.W. Griffeth was in Athens Mon
day on business.
Mrs. Robert Camp left Monday for
Atlanta, where she met her mother,
from New York, and they will visit for
several days in the Gate City.
Mr. and Mrs. Hulme Kinnebrew and
Mr. and Mrs. Carter Denial, of Athens,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Strange last Sunday.
FOR RENT—Three unifuVnishicd
rooms with modern conveniences.—Ap
ply to Mrs. L. M. Mayne, Center St. It
For automobile repairing go to Lan
their & Church Athens St., Day phone
110, night phone 188. 2t
All kinds of welding— Lanthier &
Church, Athens St., Day phone 110;
night phone 188. 2t
We fix all makes of cars. Quick
service. Prices reasonable.—Lanthier
& Church, Athens St., Day phone 110 ;
night phone 188. 2t
Starter and Generator work a spe
cialty.—Lanthier & Church, Athens St.
Day phone 110 night phone 188.
By virtue of an order of the Court
of Ordinary of Barrow County, granted
upon the application of W. L. Bush and
M. J. Griffeth, administrators of the
estate of W. H. Bush, deceased, late
of said county, to sell land, houses and
lots of the said W. H. Bush, deceas
ed for the purpose of distribution
among the heirs, there will be sold, at
public outcry on the first Tuesday in
December 1921. at the court-house
in said county, between the legal hours
of sale, ten dwellings houses and lots
in the city of Winder. Ga., located as
follows; Two 6-room houses on .Tack
sou street; three 5-room houses on
Athens street; three 4-room houses on
Midland Avenue; one 6-room house and
one 4-room house on Stephens street.
Terms one-third cash, the balance to
be divided in two notes, payable in
one and two years, drawing eight per
cent per annum, ten per cent of the
cash payment to be paid on day of sale
and balance January Ist, 1922, when
posession will be given.
W. TANARUS,. BUSH,
M. J. GRIFFETH,
Administrators oi the Estate of W. 11.
By virtue of an order of the Court of
Ordinary of Barrow County, granted
upon the application of J. 11. Adams,
administrator of the estate of Mrs.
Caroline Adams, deceased, late of said
county, to sell land of the said Mrs.
Caroline Adams, deceased, for the pur
pose of paying debts of the deceased,
and distribution among the heirs, there
will be sold, at public outcry on the
first Tuesday in December 1921, at
the court house door in said county,
between the legal hours of sale, that
tract of land in said county, known as
the old home place of J. M. Adams, all
that tract described as follows (ex
cept nine acres sold G. S. Millsaps cut
off of the Northeast side) beginning at
a rock corner on public road on G. 8.
Millsaps’ line, running South 52 E.
21.50 chains to rock corner; thence N
32 E 6.25 chains to persimmon; thence
S 75 E 9.70 chains to a rock; thence
X 21 Vj E 1.50 chains to a rock; thence
N 40 W. 23.50 chains to a rock at pub
lic road: thence along public road South
west corner to beginning corner. Con
taining thirty and forty-six oue-hun
dredths (30.46) acres, more or less
with the said nine acres cut off to G.
S. Millsaps, leaving twenty-one and for
ty-fsix onL-hundredths (21.46) acres,
more or less to be sold. Terms sale twen
t.v per cent of purchase price to be paid
cash on day of sale balance to be paid
on January Ist, 1922, when possession
will be given.
,T. 11. ADAMS,
Administrator of the Estate of Caro
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All creditors of the estate of Mrs.
Cora Steed will render their demands
to the undersigned, duly proven accord
ing to law, and ull parties owing debts
to the said Mrs. Cora Steed, deceased
will at once make payment.
H. W. STEED,
Administrator of the Estate of Mrs.
This November 9tli, 1921.
Night service given prompt atten
tion —Lanthier & Church, Athens St.
Night phone 188; day phone 110.
You will be pleased with our work
and charges. Car repairing and weld
ing—Lanthier & Church, Athens St.,
Day phone 110 night phone 188.
DOLLS dressed to order. Call in per
son, Nowell Hotel, room 14. 2t.
We weld ull kinds of metuls —Lan-
thier & Church, Athens St., Day phone
110; night phone 188.
We have had another good season make it count —sow
Read the article in this issue on “Farming Operations
Outlined” which is printed at the request of the business
men of Winder.
We sold all the seed wheat we had on hand last week,
but will have some Tennessee Blue Stem Seed Wheat by
Mr. H. J. Pledger will plant 100 acres in grain. He has
just purchased a 9-disc GRAIN DRILL and a SPECIAL
PETER SCHUTTLER WAGON from us.
There never was a time when it would be as wise to
deposit money In Our Banks as now. Its safe —we can
get it when we want it. Paying by check is a receipt.
Then it helps our county to show good deposits in our banks.
We are all just a big community family, let’s pull to
gether for a better community.
We still have a few GENUINE BERMUDA ONION
SETS—Have you planted some?
When thinking of a Battery for your Automobile re
member we sell the EX IDE, “The Giant That Lives in a
Box.” We also rent and recharge batteries. A GENUINE
EX IDE for your Ford only $25.00.
Paradise School took advantage of our special ten
per cent discount offer and purchased a $50.00 heater this
If you have a tiu or felt roof that leaks get some of our
“Noah’s Pitch” —it stops the leaks.
Its m thousand times better to show the Fire or the
Robber the Bank Balance than a roll of <*oin. Deposit
your money in the BANK.
We have Shock Absorbers for Fords, Hupps and Dodge
Automobiles. Let John Drake fit you on a set.
When your Auto Spring Breaks see us for anew oue.
We have Automobile Painting Outfits and paints in va
rious colors, and you can do thq work, so make your auto
mobile look new. •
GENUINE O’CEDAR MOPS SI.OO.
5-Gallon All Galvanized Oil Cans—special price SI.OO.
Some of us arc beginning to think about Christinas.
We will have toys for Santa Claus and presents for the
The use of a Flash Light may save a house from burn
ing. Buy a Winchester Flashlight from us to-day.
It is all important to plant wheat and oats with a
Grain Drill, we have one nice little Six Disc Farmers Fa
vorite left—See us at once about it.
Did you ever buy a pair of plow lilies that were too
short? Isn’t it aggravating? We cut our plow lint's 36-
• feet long.
Some folks succeed by cultivating a look of determina
tion and then living up to that look.
We sell imitation Oliver Plows and Points cheaper.
The past records of successful men show that oppor
tunity is open to all alike, and that progress depends not
upon position and puli but upon PERSEVERANCE and
The only pessimism that is justifiable is that which
comes from a feeling that you have not been square with
yourself in the efforts you put forth.
We have a stock of the old Reliable improved new En
terprise COOK Stoves.
Remember your trade is appri-cinted at
Smith Hardware Cos.
MUDscriprion race: si.;*o Per -year.