THURSDAY. .TI NE 2* 1*23
Rev. IV. R. McDonald preached a fine
sermon here Sunday morning to a
Mr. and Mrs. Ernstus Casper and
baby from Winder were visiting rela
tives here Sunday.
Mr. Ernest Deaton spent Sunday at
Braselton visiting friends.
Mrs. Ophelia Flanigan and children
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith visited
their daughter, Mrs. H. R. Day Satur
Miss Abhie Relle Edgar was the guest
of Miss Reulah Harris Sunday.
Several from here attended the sing
ing at Etnenezer Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Edgar visited
relatives near Bethlehem Sunday.
Mr and Mrs John MeElhannon and
Mr. Joh Chandler visited Mr. and Mrs.
I,uni Edgar Sunday.
Misses Dexsie and Cinudie House
spet the week end with their parents.
Thomas Bailey of Winder has re
tlimed home after spending the week
with his grand parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Marion Deato n and son, Roseoe,
made a business trip lo Braselton Fri
liiitle Miss Johnnie Ruth Hardigree
visited little Misses Henrietta and
Martin Hill of Winder last week.
Mrs. Albert Flanigan and. children
visited her mother. Mrs. Warren Hardi
gree one last week.
J. W. and Jim Harris visited J. S.
and Ross Hardigree Saturday.
Mr. Muller McElroy visited Mr. and
Mrs. Emory Me Elroy one night last
Mr. Bon House spent the week end
with home folks.
Mr. Allibrt Wee Hunt and Hope
House entertained at an ice cream sup
per Saturday night at the home of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. House and son.
ltoh, attended the birthday dinner of
Mr. Jimmie House Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. I*avo Page visited
their daughter near Parish Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Day visited the
latter's aunt, Mrs. Nancy Evans near
Misses Reynolds spent Saturday
night with Misses Sndie and Equilla
Mr and Mrs. W. L. House and sons,
Good, rich, clean sweet milk delivered to
your door each night and morning. You
should drink plenty of wholesome milk dur
ing the hot weather in order to keep cool &
healthy. Let us deliver you your supply.
Call Phone 143 or 157.
United States Tires Jg 3
are Good Tires gj3l 11
YOUR enthusiasm over “USCO” perform*
ance won’t surprise the motorist who knows
the fabric tire field.
Every 30 x tire user recognizes “USCO” as
a value to be respected and to be investigated.
The users of “USCO,” know it as a money’s
worth that came before the public as a leader
and that has maintained its leadership.
“USCO” is made by the same people who
make Royal Cords.
Where to buy US.Tires
Winder Mobile Cos.,
Winder Motor & Tractor Cos.,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Kimbrell and
family visited Mrs. Mattie Jackson
near Bethel Sunday.
Messrs. J. E. Mobley and E. M. Man
ders and Odell Craft went to Winder
Sunday to see Mr. Luther Manders ot
Atlanta who is quite ill with T. B.
F. B. Ma nders spent I tie weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cole.
Mr. M. S. Greeson spent Sunday with
Mr. Sam Cole and F. B. Manders.
I’r. J. C. Manders of Buford spent
(lie weekend with his father and sistar,
Mr H. I*. Manders and Mrs. Sam Cole.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mobley spent
Sunilay with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Man
Glad to know that D. R. Martin is
hack on Ids Jolt in Atlanta after sever
al days lost with ids hand.
Mrs. Delphia Greeson and children
spent Sunday with her sister. Mrs. Ila
Mr. Grover Feagan of Winder and
Mr Maddox sisud awhile Sunday af
ternoon with Mr. I). It. Smith.
Mr. W. L. Greeson attended preach
ing at Winder Sunday.
Mr. 11. F. Manders spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Manders and
family of near Carter Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Greeson spent
tho week end with relatives near Beth
Airs. A. Kireiis ami children visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mobley last Fri
Mr. G. T. Pressley passed through
this community Sunday.
Mr. Odell Craft spent Sunday morn
ing with Erastus Manders.
PA I LEY AND JACKSON AT WALNUT
I)r. It. S. Hailey and Rev. J. Frank
Jackson will be at Walnut church next
Sunday morning, July Ist, at 10 o’clock.
These men are great preachers and all
who can should hear them next Sun
dny. It is hoped that every church in
the Mulberry association will send rep
resentatives to this special meeting.
Ben and Boh, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Will Dock Thompson near
Mrs. Ernest Hardigree is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Emma Elder.
We are glad to see Mrs. Eliza Edgar
Mr. and Mrs. Mon Sykes spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wages.
Mrs. C. W. Butler and children spent
Saturday night with Mth. W. S. Hun
Misses Susie Nicholson and Iva Hun
ter snent Sunday with Miss Myra Ham
Miss Cordelia Cofer spent Saturday
night with Misses Sara and Annie Hun
Mr. and Mrs. Casey and children
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hen
' Misses Sara and Annie Hunter spenr
Sunilav with Miss Cordelia CmVr.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Dial of Bogart
were the guests of Mrs. Sam Booth
and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sykes of near
Oconee Heights spent Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. N. E. Fuller.
There will be a children's day at
this plnce the First Sunday in July;
everybody invited to come and bring
Mr. Dupree Wages spent Saturday
night with Mr. Bill Hunter.
Mr. and Mrs. Potter and children
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wal
Miss Lola Cook spent Sunday with
Nellie Mae Dial.
Miss Susie Nicholson spent Saturday
night with Miss Iva Hunter.
W C. T. U. OPPOSES ( HANGING
BONE DRY PROHIBITION LAW.
At a meeting of the W. C. T. U. held
at the home of Mrs. Guy Kilgore on
Monday afternoon motion was made
and unanimously passed protesting
strongly against any movement what
ever to repeal, amend or in any way
modify (unless to strengthen) the pro
hibition law as it stands upon the stat
ute hooks of the state of Ga. Also
requested secretary to so notfy our rep
resentatve and senator to that effect.
Mrs. John McDorman of Abbeville.
S C., was a visitor in Winder several
days last week. Mrs. McDorman will
he pletisnutlv '•(■member here as Miss
Willie Meadows and her friends were
glad to see her looking so well.
In 30 minutes with Par-a-sit-i-cide 50c.
Sold by G. W. DeLaPerriere & Sons.
Get Cal-Sulphur for Bean Beetles. —
Woodruff Hardware Company.
Cows pastured one dollar per month.
Xearlings 75c. 1 mile from city. 15
acres; Bermuda grass; running water.
—. T. Hives, McElroy farm. tf
Watch your gardens. The bean beetle
is here. Cal-Sulphur kills them. Get
it at Woodurff's.
Keep a fresh garden coining bv plant
ing every two weeks. Best garden seed
sold by Smith Hardware Cos.
My home on Woodlawn avenue, 8
rooms, large lot, assortment of fruit,
large barn, within one block of the
business section. This house is built
out of yellow pine, and covered with
cedar shingles, will give someone a
bargain, nlso terms to a reliable par
tv, or will trade for Athens property.
4t A. S. MORGAN.
PEAS. Iron or Branham PEAS. 1.75
per bushel. Whippoorwill Peas $1.50
per bushel at Smith Hardware Cos.
Buy tin* Perfection and Hand Calcium
Arsenate Dusters from Smith Hd.w. Cos.
Fruit Jars. Jar Caps and Good Luck
Rubbers. Sold by Smith Hdw. Cos.
Base ball and Sporting Goods Head
quarters at Smith Hardware Cos.
Cook Wanted. —Apply to W. L.
Mayne, East Broad street. It pd.
Mung Beans for sale by Smith Hard
FOR A LIMITED TIME
Kelly Fabric Tires at these astonish
ingly low prices:
30 x 3 $ 9.60
30 x 3V£ $ll.OO
32 x 34 $15.55
31 x 4 $17.75
x 4 $20.00
: x 4 $21.00
34 x 4 $21.05
Subject to stock on hand. Buy now.—
Smith Hardware Company.
Ice ('real Freezers $1.50 up. At Smith
Anew lot of 25c Rubber Hose to go
at 15c per foot at Smith Hardware Cos.
Why monkey around; get a duster
from Woodruff Hardware Cos.
CAL-SI’LPHPR kills the Bean Beet
le. Sold Hy Smith Hardware Cos.
FOR SALE. —Either sweet or butter
milk in any quantity. Phone 348. ltpd
New Perfection and Short Drum Oil
Stoves sold by Smith Hardware Cos.
ONLY three More of those Bargain
Refrigerators left at Smith Hardware
Cos., buy yours now.
Pure Arsenate of Lead sold by Smith
A few more coru-tield bean seed.—
Woodruff Hardware Cos.
SOMETHING NEW. A most wonder
ful CANNEIt reruires no solder nor
acid; top sealed on cold. Let us show
you. Smith Hardware Cos.
Dust your cotton with the best $lO
duster made at Woodruc Hardware Cos.
THE WINDER NEWS
Robbing Graves Is
Unlawful in Georgia
Sam Ware, negro undertaker who
was recently convicted in the Fulton
courts on a charge of grave robbing,
and sentenced to 10 years in the state
prison, was granted anew trial by the
Georgia court of Appeals on Tuesday
and, at the same time, it was indicat
ed that under the Georgia law. Ware
lias eomndtteed no criminal offense.
In reversing the decision of tile low
er court, which overruled the motion
for anew trial, the court of appeals
points out that the indictment charged
that the body in question, was “remov
ed from its grave and place of inter
ment.” The court points out that this
was not done. Instead the testimony
showed, without rebuttal, that the body
was not removed from the grave, but
that the lid of the plain wooden box,
which held the casket and the body,
was lifted, the body lifted up in the box,
the casket slipped out from under it,
and the body laid hack in the box. The
lid was then replaced and the dirt
shoveled back in the grave.
The court points out that the lifting
of the body is not covered by the stat
utes, which makes “removal” of a body
a criminal offense. If concludes the
decision by stating that the act as per
formed by Ware, according to the un
controverted testimony it the trial, is
no crime under the present law, hut
brands it as goulisb and horrible, and
urges the lawmakers of the state to
remedy the defect.
FIRST BALE BRINGS $1,200.
Tiie first 1923 bale of cotton was
grown by A. J. Thomas, of Weslaco,
Texas, in t-he Rio Grande valley. It
was sold at Houston, Texas, for SI2OO.
and purchased by Anderson Clayton &
Good Year Tires
30 x 3 PLAIN TREAD . . . . SIO.OO
30 x3i RIB TREAD .'. ... ... 11.75
30 3i CORD . ... . . 13.75
33 x 4 A. W. T. FABRIC , 20.00
As long as they last. The above tires are first quality
As Long As They Last
The above tires are first quality and fully ‘‘Guaranteed”
“Free Road Service” Phone 303
Tire Service Station
Robt. A. Camp Eugene Jones
SPEED KINGS of AUTO TRACK
and GREAT FIREWORKS
Arrange to spend the whole day with your
family at Lakewood on the greatest day of
the year. Five acres of Shelter, and Water
and Shade for the Multitude, with every
Comfort and Convenience at your disposal.
Admission 50c Children 25c
Oscar Mills R. M. Striplin,
IN POTTERS FIELD
So many friendless and unknown
Southern negroes have died, been tak
en to the morgue, and failing identifi
cation have been buried in the potters
field at Detroit that civic authorities,
together with negro mnisters are tak
ing steps to provide every emigrant
Southern negro with an identification
card, giving the address of his nearest
Southern relatives, or “white folks.’’
Seventy-five per cent of the uniden
tified dead in the Detroit morgue are
negroes, according to the Detroit News,
and the majority of these are newly ar
r*vcfi from the South. Tuberculosis, ty
phoid, and in some 6ases actual starve
non, are responsive for the majority
of deaths, although a surprisingly large
number of killings occur when the ne
gro competes with the low grade im
migrant, and race clashes between the
negro and the immigrant classes are
becoming more and more frequent.
USE DOWS CALCIUM ARSENATE
Stock on hand in Atlanta. Immediate shipment, guaranteed to con
form with all State and Federal Regulations.
All goods packed in 50 pound fibre containers.
Lowest Market Price
Cox & Simpkins
Subscription Price: $1.50 Per Tear.
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
The State examination for teachers
license will be held in Winder, August
3 and 4. ■
The reading course for renewal is
Primary and Elementary.
1. ManiVil for Georf/a Teacthers.
Furnished free by County Supt. 'I
2. Everyday Pedagogy, by Lincoln,
3. Acquiring Skill in Teaching, by
Grant, Price $1.30
High School and Supervisory.
1. Manual for Georgia Teachers.
2. Every Teachers’ Problems, by
Stark, Price SI.4X
3. Methods of Teaching in High
Schools, by Parker. Price SI.BO
These books can all be secured from
1 the Southern School Book Depository,
Atlanta, Ga., at the prices quoted post
, J. B. BROOKSHIRE,
c. s. s.