THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1028.
Specials for Friday and
1 Lot Boys Blouses and Shirts . . . 50c up
1 Lot 40 inch striped voiles, beautiful cloth, comes in
orchid, red blue, £reen. Special Friday & Saturday 25c
500 yards Blue Denims, perfect shorts 15c
23 Crepe and Sport Dresses, just the style garment for
your going away.
ONE-THIRD OFF! ONE-THIRD OFF
$35.00 DRESSES, One-Third Off . . , . $23.34
$30.00 DRESSES, One-Third Off $20.00
$25.00 DRESSES, One-Third Off . $16.67
$20.00 DRESSES, One-Third Off $13.34
$15.00 DRESSES, One-Third Off SIO.OO
75 Voile and Swiss Dresses $1.95 Up.
1 Lot Ladies Hats to close 50c and SI.OO
1 Lot Ladies White Oxfords and Strap Slippers. Spe
cial Saturday $2.50
1 Lot Arrow Head Ladies Silk Hose, cushion weave,
sale, Special Saturday $1.25
J. T. Strange Company
FIRST METHODIST (ill K( 11.
This is the ti'sUiijj season of the
whole year. Those wlio realy love the
house of God are not intimidated by
summer (’hutch puns is
a means of grace, and divinely appoint
ed. It is helpful and restful. A tine
investment of your time, it develops
the I test powers of the man. Hut how
easily neglected. Alienee form next
Sabbath's service will make it easier
to stay away tin* next. The slightest
voluntary irregularity in attendance
will work serious havoc, with a good
Then we want an excuse and tind a
plenty except good ones. Most excuses
analyzed means simply. "I don’t want
to." If you attend church regularly
one quarter, you will want to go. Try
tile remedy. Begin next Sabbath if you
have not already begun. We shall
look for you. The pastor will si>enk
Sunday morning on the tirst division
of the General Rules of the Church.
"Things Forbidden. ’’ and in the even
ing at 8:30 on second Beatitude.
I/Ct all attend the Bible school at
0:15. and all the young people the Kp
wortb League Monday evening at 8
Sunday school 10 o'clock
K. C. GRADDICK, ,Supt.
Morning worship 11:30 A. M.
Evening Worship 8:30 I*. M.
Mid-week service Wed. 8 P. M.
Christiun .Endeavor 0:45 P. M.
Charles Harris, Pres.
Woman’s Auxiliary ,
Mrs. P. N. Autry., President
Mrs. F. C. Graddick. Tress.
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman, Sec.
Meetings are regularly on the Mon
days after the 2nd and 4th Sundays at
3:80 P. M.
To all services all people are wel
come at all times under all circumstan
ces. Our aim is to supply mankind's
greatest need —the original gospel of
.lesus Christ in its original form —“the
power of God unto salvation to every
one that beldveth.”
The Tent Meeting at the big tent
near the Wesleyan church is in pro
gress. the Revs. J. H. Griffin and !>.
B Craft, of Toceoa. are conducting
these meetings . Song services U-ing
in charge of Mr. E. S. Hancock, of To
Services begin each evening prompt
ly at 8.00 o’clixk. and on Sundays the
services will Ik* at 11 a. m.. .> p. m. and
8 p. jn.
A most cordial invitation to £>very_
body to attend, these services.
WANTED —Pr’ncipal for Central
school, in .Burrow county. Must hold
tirst license and have had experience.
Apply i l'.'L. Giles, Winder, Ga. 3tpd
C. M THOMPSONS
When Darius was king of Judah
there was a lot of wise guys who sought
to advance their importance and pre
vailed upon the king to sign a decree
to the effect that no man call upon any
power save that of the king for the
space of thirty days. Thus slid the
king, as have done many a ruler of to
day. Now, there lived in the king’s
domain a certain man by the name of
Daniel, a devout and God-serving per
Now, when this man, Daniel, heard
of this law did he do the part of a loy
alist or not to his king? He went, as
was his custom, and offered prayer
three times a day just as if the king
hail not signed the decree.
Oliver Cromwell, following his nose
and a wart on his face, resisted the
powers of England and adjourned the
The American tax-ridden colonies re
sisted and gained their freedom.
We would not preach tin* doctrine of
disloyalty, but rather show you what
certain acts in a body politic may lead
to. You can fool a lot of people a
time, but the end is inevitable, and as
sure as the sun shines and time contin
ues, you’ll tind a pressure like that you
find in 1 Kings. 12 chapter.
Here you learn how Rehoboani heed
ed the counsel of the young and listen
ened not to the aged, and crperienced,
saying, “My little tkuger shall lie thick
er than my father's loins. My father
made your yoke heavy, 1 will add to
your yoke.” The result was when Ke
hohoam, the Adorain, who was over all
the tribute, the people stoned him and
Is not this lesson enough to show
that it is a dangerous tiling to burden
any people with excessive tax. Our
tax in this fret* America lias been mak
ing a speedy rise for several years and
if ibis continues there will be a mighty
resistance of a drastic nature soon.
Our taxes are of a many fold woof and
warp. Some of them are of our own
making as tobacco risers and others of
us who are the slaves of sport and
amusement. Then the soft drink and
*iiv cream faddist. Next, the Sunday
gasoline hill, much of it uncalled for.
A hundred thousand dollars, or near it.
goes annually for these luxuries right
here in Winder. Then add to tills
your state, county, city and school tax
and you have a Wog that should be
The only criterion by which we can
safely judge the possibilities of any
nation is liy what others have done.
IVhat, Atlanta has done so can Winder.
Winder can spend her surplus as bene
ficially and in as loyal a manner as can
Atlanta. If Atlanta can boast of a few
Itootloggers, Winder may come in for
a per cent of this business. If Atlan
ta can raise a racket over taxes so can
Winder. If Atlanta can issue bonds
and then re-issue to redeem them so
can Winder. Just like some folks do
business. Borrowing from Peter to pay
Now, this is not tlie kind of business
I fancy. I want to pay for what 1 get,
and I want to get what I pay for, and
nothing more. If our law says one
dollar on the hundred for schools, put
it there and then stop or change the
law. Some powers have been abused
in paying out 50 per cent more to keep
a tiling up to what some people call a
standing, rating or some kind of a po
sition. That rating is all some folks
need to do business But I prefer the
hard coin. When settlement day comes
the fellow with the hard coin can re
deem all claims, but rating only gives
time to hustle up the hard coin.
Standing is worth as much in the
final exam as credit in a casli place of
business You’ve got to know that
twice two is four. Standing won’t pay
The whole line of this article is to
convince people something should tie
done to lessen the lnurden f tafes.
Each individual can, if he will, Ik* tem
perate enough to help along this line,
but what’s the use for me to cut out my
tobacco or give up ice cream and soft
drinks, when the law-makers are rob
bing more and more each year.
A certain man got very sick, the doc
tor told him to lead a high life to the
end Same way with us. It seems as
if they are determined to put our bidd
ings on the block. Thou it liehooves us
to help them and enjoy life for a short
while before the awful calamity comes.
Who can farm any more success
fully than the present line of farmers.
If the government sells our lands for
taxes, who will buy and what can they
hope to gain in the purchase. If Smith
cannot pay the tax. Jones cannot eith
er. Them where will the well-dressed,
high-salaried officer get his pay?
A gentleman said in my presence
that the farmer was the most petted,
cajoled and humored class under tln*
sun. This may be so, and if so, he is
petted in order to fleece him and ca
jole him out of his vote, and humored
in order to get him to plant a Imtmper
crop in order to buy it cheap. The only
time I have any knowledge of a favor
was when a farmer boy was not forced
ro enlist in the service of bis country
in the great world war. He was need
ed (hi tin* farm.
C. M. THOMPSON.
Miss Jotinie bin Garner visited Miss
Bethel Dean McDonald recently.
Shark by No Means Valueless.
From the hide of a 500-pound shark
If !s possible to obtain ten sqnare feet
of leather, and the stomach furnishes
a raw material which can be made
Into leather with the appearance and
texture of glazed kid. according to tbe
New \ork Evening Post. The Uver
will vtetd anywhere from iO to
gallons of oil and the dorsal tin. when
dried wilt hrtug about $2.50 among
-f fAaalt I Mliii'lO’MS
THE WINDER NEWS
MR. AND MRS. J. W. GRIFFETH
EN TERTAIV MI LLSAPS-Rl SNELL
One of the happiest and most thor
oughly enjoyable occasions given re
cently was lust Friday evening when
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Oriffeth compli
mented Miss Sybil Milslaps ami Mr.
Roll Russell with a pic-nic at Appleby’s
Pool. After swimming and other sports
had been enjoyed a most tempting pic
nic supper was spread, the tables un
der the beautiful trees were quite at
tractive, and just before the refresh
ments were served the hostess asked
Miss Millsaps to remove a cover from
one of the tables as it looked as if a
shower was coining and the pleasant
surprise of the honoree the “shower”
proved, to be kitchen utensils of all
The guests included the members of
the Millsaps-Russell wedding party.
' Oomlenmiation Proceedings.
fiFt >RGlA—Harrow county.
To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereliy given that a petition
has been filed by W. O. Dean, Solicitor
General of the Western Circuit to con
demn one Buick Six Roadster automo
bile with top painted black, yellow
wheels, Motor No. 529799, Frame No.
531954, Model K 44. Said car was levied
on the 20th day of June, 1923, while
being operated and used to convey in
toxicating liquors on the public road
known as the Wiuder-Thompson Mill
road in Barrow county, Georgia. The
owner or lessee is unknown. The judge
lias granted an order for this publica
tion, ordering that any defense shall
be filed within thirty days from date
of said order, to-wit, June 21st. 1923.
This is therefore to cite all parties or
persons to file their defense, if any
they have within thirty days from June
A. T. HARRISON,
Clerk Superior Court Barrow county,
Mr. Horace Harwell, our efficient city
mail carrier, is taking his vacation,
and is spending the week end in At
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Mr. and Mrs. Jno. J. Thomas and
li'ttle son, of Atlanta, spent a few days
recently at the home of the former’s
father, Mr. I>. S. Thomas.
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Mrs. J. W. Kesler and children of
Augusta, have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. O. J. McDonald.
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Mr. Edwin Starr of Atlanta spent
the past week end here with home
folks and bad n bis guest Mr. Roy
\ix of Lawrenceville.
Globe Store Bargrins
We are offering the public some of the most attract
ive bargains that you have ever seen. We have cut the
price on these goods to such a price that they must
move. Look at tne bargains ottered you below and you
will realize that you owe it to yourself and your family
to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to get
what you want and at the same time to save money.
You will become a money-saver if you trade with us.
We haven’t space to mention all the bargains we have,
but only give you a few. Our entire stock is going at
tremendously low prices. Hurry up and get your share
hf these bargains before they are all gone.
FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Pongee 65c value at 59c
bilk ropnn, an colors, bpeciai xor bat. si.ou vai. i yc
biik satin, an colors, baturuay orny.. . ... ~. .
5o men rercaie, zoc vaiue, special xor batumay ioc
Apron Gingnams 10c yu
Dress Gingnams, 15c value .... ...... ..... ...... . iz^c
buiting 4oc value at lc
Voil, unest patterns, all color 65c value Sat. Special 29c
35c value V oil, Special for Saturday...... 14c
Organdie, all colors, 35c value 25c
Nainsook L . t ....................14c
32 inch Bleaching k ... .... L ._........... 124 c
Cheese Cloth 9c yd
Teddies, 75c value .............. ......... . 59c
Ladies Gowns, Lace trimmed, $1.25 value .............. 89c
Wash Skirts, Special for Saturday ...... ... . ..... ..... .. 49c
Ladies Kimonas, $2.50 value, Special for Saturday 1.75
Children’s Ginghams Dresses 98c
Corsets $2.50 value ....... $1.25
Ladies Ginghams Dresses $2.50 value, Special Sat. 1.89
Ladies House Aprons 98c
Plaid Skirts, Special for Saturday, $5.50 value at $3.98
Children’s wash Middy Suits from 8 to 12, just a few
left $2.00 value * 98c
Men’s Straw Hats, $2.50 value at $1.19
Men’s Dress Pants $4.50 value $3.50
Men’s Silk Shirts $5.00 value Special Sat $2.75
We have only a few pair of ladies Slippers left at $1.49
Boys’ Wash Suits 98c
Bovs’ Serge Suits •••••*. $3.50
Turkish Bath Towels, extra large size 45c
Men’s Undershirts 29c
The Globe Store
J. SILVERMAN, Mgr.
Next Door to New Winder Hotel
i MISSES THOMAS HOSTESSES,
A lovely event of Thursday evening
was the party given by Misses Ermine
and Julia Thomas at their home on
The home was beautifully decorated
with cut flowers and pot plants.
Punch ami wafers were served on
the spacious veranda throughout the
The out-of-town guests present were
Misses Dorothy Bealer of Washington.
I). <*., house guest of Miss Mary QUar
terman; Allene Gower of Graysun;
Nell Walker of Greenville, S. C.; Mr.
Ernest Keown and Tanner of Lawrence
ville; MrGraw and Gross of Toccoa ;
Welk and Elder of Watkinsville; Billie
Walker of Beaumont, Texas: and Mr.
and Mrs. .1. T. Walker of Washington.
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3 For 20c
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24 Lbs. Best Self-Rising 94c
24 Lbs. Best Plain Fleur 94c
24 Lbs. White Lilly Flour $1.09
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Fleischman’s Yeast cake 3c
No. 3 Diamond packed apples 11c
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APPRECIATES THE NEWS.
Leggett. Tex.. June
I am sending you my renewal for the
Winder News. I love to get it. Through
it I hear from my old home. Best wish
es to the paper and all the people. I
will lie 7N years old the 19t% of Au
guest, 1923. Yours truly,
Mrs. S. E. Holloway.
Miss Istalena Durham is the guest
of her sister. Mrs Albert Williams.
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pher. or steno-hookkeeper, permanent
or temporary, by a young lady of three
years experience. Address P. O. Box
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