THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1923.
FIRST CLASS WORK
MARBLE & GRANITE
Office on Candler Street aiul G. M. Ry.
WINDER MARBLE & GRANITE CO.
J. W. NICHOLS, Mgr.
RICHARD B. RUSSELL, JK.
Office in Carithers Building.
Practice in All the Courts
J. C. PRATT
Office in Bush Building
Practice in all Court*
JOSEPH D. QUILLIAN
Office Over DeLaPerriere”s Drug store
G. A. JOHNS
Attorney at Law
Office Over Carithers Bank.
Practice In All Courts.
W. H. QUARTERMAN
Attorney at Law
Prentice In All Courts
Commercial Law a Specialty
Lewis C. Russell H. H. Chandler
RUSSELL & CHANDLER
Practice in all the Courts
T. ELTON DRAKE
-Office in DeLaPerriere Building
W. L. DeLaPERRIERH
Fillings, Bridge and Plate Work
Done in Most Scientific and
DR. C. S. WILLIAMS
Offices in the Winder National Bank
Residence Phone 234—Office Phone 81
Dr. L. C. Allen Dr. Myron B. Allen
DR. L. C. ALLEN & SON
Sundays: 9:00 A. M. to 11:00 A. M.
Wednesdays: 8:00 A. M. to 12 :00 M.
Saturdays, ail day until 3:00 P. M
All other time when not attending calls
R. HENRi BARNES, D. C.
is the adjustment of the spine to re
move the cause of disease.
SPINAL ANALYSIS FREE
Hours: 9 to 12 A. M.
2 to 5 P. M.
Saturday 9 to 12:30 A. M.
Office New Bush Build',ng.
w. M. THOMA S
Phone 49—Jackson Street
Expert Welding & Ra
diator Repair Work.
A’l metals welded. No job too large :
no lob too small. Radiators repaired
on all make cars. All work guaranteed
J. E. Casper’s Welding
Candler Street & Talk Ave.
C. H. Stewart Old Stand
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piles, and skin affections; these valued
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tf L. A. HOUSE.
\Yhv Suffer from Rheumatism'
. jSgm kno" that le ... of ever,
ten tnses of
any internal treatment? The paip may
Mrs. H. A. Ewing of S. C. C. is vis
iting in Atlanta for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Mercer Pool and little
son, Cecil, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Pool.
Prof. W. R. Kitts, of S. C. C. is away
for a short vacation.
Mr. Carroll Burel is attending the
summer course at the Georgia Univer
Mr. and Mrs. Winford Pool of Atlan
ta spent the week end with the former’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. 1\ . Pool.
Mrs. Howard Giles, of Louisiana, is
spending a few days with her father,
Mr. A. C. Williams.
Mr. J. S. Morrison and son. (Tine,
of Atlanta, spent Saturday night anil
Sunday with homefolks.
Mrs. J. O. Hawthorne has been very
ill for the past few days, but we are
glad to hear that she is now improving.
Miss Julia Mae Peppers spent the
week end in Buford as the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Theodore Denson.
On Saturday afternoon of last week
the Sunbeam band was delightfully en
tertained a* the home of Miss Birdie
Pool. Many out-of-door games were
played, but one of the mijst interest
ing ones was “a ride in the airplane.”
The hour for beginning was six o’clock
and the little guests stayed until they
were driven homo by the rain. ( ream
and cake were served at the conclusion
of the party. Those assisting in enter
taining were Mrs. Edil Giles, Misses
Lila Pool and Marietta Duncan.
The Sunbeam band will meet next
Sunday morning immediately after Sun
day school. Let every little Sunbeam
be present and let’s make our work
more interesting than ever.
Messrs. Donald and Bill Wilson were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Giles
Saturday night and Sunday.
Misses Jewell Pool, Fay Wages and
Flora Sloan attended the state B. Y.
p. u. convention in Atlanta last week.
The reports given by Misses Pool and
Sloaai at the local B. Y. P. U Sunday
night were enjoyed by all.
Mr. Virgil Parks and family and Mrs.
Mi llie Parks of Flowery Branch were
gm is of Mr. and Mrs. C.'A. Duncan
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Etheridge of
Atlanta spent the week end with Mr.
J. M. Etheridge and family.
Dean I>. A. Hopkins of S. C. C. is
attending the summer school at the
University of Kentucky.
Mr. Bolt Pool and family of Savan
nah spent several days of last week
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Pool.
Mr. Branson Cairn of Atlanta spent
Saturday nigh* and Sunday at home.
Miss Ruth Burel spent Saturday
night with Miss Bessie Kinsey
We are glad tit set 1 Miss Ruby Daniel
out again after several days of illness.
Mr. Herbert Giles was in Auburn Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bickers of
Union Grove were guests of Mr. anil
Mrs. T. C. Flanigan Sunday.
Mr. T. E. Collins and little daughter,
Dessie, motored to Atlanta last week.
We are glad to report tiiat Mr. Tom
Etheridge is recovering from his ill
Mrs. Theodore Wall is very ill; hope
she will soon recover.
A lovely social event of Saturday
night was the surprise party given Miss
Lillie Mae Morrison. She moves to At
lanta this week. We are sorry to bid
Miss Fay W.'ges is spending the week
in Atlanta as "he guest of her uncle,
Mr. Grover Ma ,ghoii.
Get your pressing, cleaning and al
tering done at the Citizens Pressing
Club., W. B. Wilson, Proprietor, Tele-
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Masters John Willie and J. P. Thomp
son spent Sunday afternoon with Mas
ters Bob and Willie Adams.
Mrs .1 C. Harbin and children spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mo
ses Dillard and family of near Beth
Master .Tack Brown, was the dinner
guest Saturday of his sister, Mrs. An
Mrs. Essie McDaniel spent Saturday
with her mother, Mrs. Tom McDonald,
of hear Bethlehem.
Mr. Chester Pruitt tilled his regular
appointment Sunday afternoon.
Little Watson Thompson visited lit
tle Howard Adams Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adams spent Sun
day afternoon with Mr. an& Mrs. H. J.
Mr. Grady Bolton filled his regular
appointment Sunday night.
Miss Lois Baggett spent Sunday
night with her grandmothers, Mrs. Jul
Little Job Fay Edwards is very sick;
we hope she will soon recover.
Mr. Luke Sweat filled his regular ap
pointment Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Trumie SJiore had as her guest
Sunday afternoon Mrs. W. C. Shore
and Mrs. J. W. Partee.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Bolton and fami
ly,spent Saturday night with the lat
ter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ad
Our farmers have been very busy for
the last few days.
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Etheridge of At
lanta is spending a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Etheridge.
Mr. anil Mrs. T. A. Wood spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mood of
Mr. J. J. Farr, who has been spend
ing to while with his son in Winder, Mr.
TV. A. Farr, returned home Tuesday.
Mr. ami Mrs. O. O. Etheridge and
children and Mrs. J. S. Etheridge spent
Sunday in Buford.
Mrs. Jennie Kerlin of Buford spent
Tuesday and Tuesday night with Mr.
Lovick Farr and family.
The church appreciates the basket
and flowers that Mrs. lona Adair gave
them and hope that she will soon be
Next Sunday is preaching day at tills
place at 11:00 o’clock. Everybody invit
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Every family should keep this prep
aration at hand during the hot of the
summer months. It is almost sure to
be needed, and when that time.comes, is
worth many ties its cost. Buy it now.
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THE WINDER NEWS
The party Saturday night at Mr. Rob
erson Harper's was highly enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barber and two
children si>ont Saturday night with
Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. Barber.
Mrs. Curtis Miller and three chil
dren spent Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. W. H. Miller.
Mrs. C. R. Wills spent Tuesday after
noon with Mrs. I). 1). Jones.
Mrs. W. T. Barber spent Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. W. D. Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lackey, Jr., and
two sons s(ient Saturday night with
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Miller.
Mr. Arthur Harper is spending this
week with home folks.
Little Misses Susie and Lois Lee
spent Sunday with little Misses Larue
and Ruby Barber.
Little Misses Kathleen and Lucile
Casey spent Saturday night and Sun
day with little Misses Louise and Sara
Miss Minnie Wills spent Tuesday
afternoon with Miss Maggie Ruth
Rev. W. B. McDonald filled his teg
ular appointment here Sunday after
Mrs. IV. G. Perkins spent Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. W. 1). Perkins.
Mr. C. B. Langford spent Saturday
night and Sunday with relatives near
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crow spent last
Train No. 3 arrives at 11:30 A. M.
Train No. 13 arrives at 2:30 P. M.
Train No. 14 arrives at 7:30 A. M.
Train No. 4 arrives at 1:33 F. M.
S. A. L. Schedule
Effective 12:01 Sunday, Dec. 31. 1922
Train No. 29 Arrive 7.00 PM
Train No. 17 Arrives w_._ 8:20 AM
Train 5 arrives 3:53 PM
Train No. At Arrives o:07 AM
Train No. 30 Depart 9:05 AM
Train No. 6 Depart 2 :00 PM
Train No. 18 Depart 7:00 PM
Train No. 12 Depart 10:43 PM
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But You Won’t Find a Better Car
In the Studebaker Big-Six you get
all the performance, all the comfort,
and all the dependability that any car
can give—at a price that smaller pro
ducers cannot even approach.
The Big-Six Touring is a seven-pas
senger car with a seven-passenger
motor and seven-passenger dimensions
throughout. It distinctly is not a seven
passenger body mounted on a five
The Big-Six will take the steepest
hills on high. It will maintain a high
rate of speed over long stretches hour
after hour. No car provides more rest
ful riding—none is easier to operate.
None is freer from frequent repairs.
Power to climb in high gear any climbable hill
Extra dic wheel complete with cord tire, tube and tire cver. Bumpers. Motometer. One-piece,
rain-proof windshield, automatic wmdahield cleaner, and glare-proof viaor. Rear-view mirTor. Alu
minum-bound running board, With corrugated rubber mat* and atep pada. Aluminum kick platca.
Grip handle* onbodyraila. Snubber*. Cowl light*, courteay light, tonneau lamp and combination
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Roadster (3-Past.) 975 Roadster (2-Paas.) 1250 Speedster (5-Pass.) 1835
Coupe-Roadster(2-Paas.) 1725 Coupe (5-Paaa.) 1975 Coupe (5-Pass.) 2550
Sedan 1550 Sedan 2050 .-dn 2750
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THIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEARi
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Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lack
Mr. and Mrs. Golden Oriffeth and
children spent Saturday night and Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. O. Tt. Langford.
We are sorry to know that Master
T. B. Lee got his foot badly cut Sun
The baby of Mr. and Mrs. E| L. Clack
is real sick at this writing.
The real reason
for buying Cclumbias
they last longer
The largest laboratory, devoted to
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Ignitors are "right” for your needs.
That’s why people have the habit of
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Columbia Dry Batteries for all purposes are sold
by hardware and general stores, electrical and auto
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Equipment is complete, even to an ex
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sixes. Then, too, only one manufac
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price because all vital parts are manu
factured in Studebaker plants.
If you spend more than the Big-Six
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bulkiness and pay more for overhead
and operation, but you will not get a
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