HOUSES AND LOTS
If you do not want to buy one you had better
not come this way, for I have them from a 3-room
to a 7-room house for sale so cheap that you would
think that they were almost given to you.
I also have many desirable vacant lots to se
lect from. We mean business.
For further information, see
R. J. HUFF,
CL IA RLEY JOE
Opera House Building,
Behind Express Office.
First-Class Work. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
All kinds of laundry neatly done.
Clothes cleaned, and pressed
PRICES: Collars, 2c; Shirts, 10c; Cuffs, 4c Pair.
I FOR ALL OCCASIONS \V
“Shield Brand” Clothing is the product of perfect
designing of the very best material obtainable.
yg large rssortment of fabrics enables the wearer to follow
r particular taste, and the characteristic feature of style
minus freakishness, gives assurance of correctness.
Our system of prices protects against
deception and price juggling. Only CSSiS I
sp* seven grades and seven prices. Every /2J& I
yj suit of “Shield Brand " Clothing \ I /
bears two labels. A " Shield ” Ilf
VV\ price card marked “Guaranteed” V (mf
j\j \ on the edat sleeve, and a “Shield ’ / &Zr*j\ IT
\l \ label (which i3 a mark of superi- /07 W\ l
V critv) inside the collar. Look for 7 > It
the'“Shield." 'Ti3 a sign of pro
*lM GUARANTEED /fire
!| / \ Tliis is the label that U 3ewed to inside of \
jl [fa II tt-ocoat collar at all tim s. All i?enuir.e jff■ Wpl , j
MNp- I Lf “Shield Brand” srarmentH. either men’s, MW T*jr~~—lT - T (l
' | or bo,.*.r. o nwrlwd.
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I L. F. SELL, Hoschton, Qa. I
SOCIAL, LOCAL AND PERSONAL
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS AND ITEMS
OF LOCAL INTEREST.
Honest weight guaranteed by R.
D. Moore A r Son.
Christmas Christinas —l seful pres
ents at Smith Hardware Company.
When doing Christinas shopping,
it helps to visit Smith Hardware
Miss Mary Meadows left Saturday
for Monroe, to spend a few lays
Bicycles, Wagons and Velocipedes
—the good kind —at Smith Hard
Par-a-sit-i-cide cures itch in 30
minutes. For sale by Cl. W DeLa
perriere, Winder, Ga.
Confectioneries and toys at It. r I .
Seymour's for the children. Every
thing for Santa Claus.
If you are a Mason, don't fail to
see “The Heart of an Indian,” at
the Lyric, Monday night.
It. T. Seymour has the largest
line of dolls ever brought to Win
der. The prices are right.
Judge and Mrs. G. S. Ferguson,
; of Waynesville, N. C., are visiting
their daughter, Mrs. E. J. Robeson
Wc are headquarters for fruits,
candy and everything that children
want on Christmas. It. T. Sey
We have the best line of Silver-
I ware ever shown in Winder. Our
! prices are attractive. Smith Hard-
Be ‘Hire to witness the great West
ern play, “The Heart of an In
dian,” at the Lyric, Monday night.
Prices 25c, 35c and 50c.
Mr. Fee Hardigree, of Athens
Business College, is expected home
Friday to spend the Christmas holi
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Hardigree*
If you are not a member of any
secret fraternity, don’t fail to see
the great Western play, “The Heart
of an Indian,’’ at the Lyric, Mon
The Baptist Sunday school has
arranged an interesting program for
Friday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock at
the church, consisting of songs,
recitations, etc. Confectioneries
will l>e served to the little folks.
All who can are expected to make
contributions to the orphans. If
you can’t come, send a contribu
tion. Help the helpless ones, and
it will brighten and sweeten your
W anted —To buy fat cattle. R.
!)• Moore & Son.
Mr. L. F. Soli was in Winch r
Thursday on business.
Nothing hut stall fed cattle killed.
R. D. Moore A Son.
’Rhone 4o for your Christinas
meats. R. 1). Moore A Son.
Big dolls, little' dolls and all
kinds of dolls at R. T. Seymour’s.
Miss Starr Blasinganio has rt turn
ed homo from Brenau to -pond the
Miss Ermine Stanton is at homo
from tin' Normal for the Christmas
In brightening up for Christmas*
got your paints from Smith Hard
The latest nows from t he bedside
of Mrs. W. L. Bush is that she is
Don’t fail to see that wonderful
little stove for only SI at Smith
Mr. I/*ster Mathews, who is
studying medicine in Atlanta, is
expected to arrive to-day.
Messrs. Flenrng Thompson, Kd
w.trd ami JiaHand Robeson, arc at
home this week from the Lniversi
Mr. and Mrs. John Maynard will
spend the Christmas holidays in
Anderson, S. C., the guests of Mrs.
Misses Sara Cannon and Florrie
Wood, arrived this afternoon from
j Millegeville to sixmd the holidays
1 with home people.
Rev. B. D. Raysdals, of Locus
Grove, who has been holding a
Bible school at Auburn,spent Thurs
day with his sister, Mrs. It. II
For Sale —Two Typewriters--One
Remington No. 0. good as new,
and one Denmore No 4, in good
condition. Apply to C. S. Ilipp,
Miss Gussio O'Neal has returned
from Agnes Scott for the week. She
is expecting Miss A ton a Downing, of
Atlanta, Monday, to remain with
her several days.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Lamar, of
Smithyille, Texas, accompanied bv
their little daughter, Lorena, are
1 visiting relatives in and around
Winder. Mr. Lamar is prospering
in the Lone Star State.
Mr and Mrs J T Morrow and lit
-11 children visited Mr and Mrs E
H Odum and family last Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Boh Whitehead and
child visited at Bethlehem last Mon
day and Monday night, the guests
Mr and Mrs Joe Clark and chil
dren visited Mr and Mrs Lovic
Thomas ami family last Sunday.
Mr Tom Day happened to a very
serious accident one day last week
hy cutting his foot with an axe
while cutting cord wood, and he is
not doing so well now.
Mr and Mrs .1 M Fuller and chil
dren visited Mr and Mrs JT Hines
ley and family last Monday.
We are sorry to hear that Mr.
Daniel Coker lost one of his horses
one day last week.
Miss Pearl Moore and Mr Carson
Morrow visited Mr and Mrs E H
Odum and family one night last
CASTE IN LONDON.
Good Clothes Count For Nothing if
One Lives In W. C.
“I’d know you were an Englishman
if I’d only seen you addressing an en
velope,’’ said the American. “English
men always seem to put all they pos
sibly van into an address.”
Well, the address of an Englishman
is a very important thing, almost as
important as his pedigree. A good ad
dress. especially In London, is more
highly regarded than square meals,
the latter often being sacrificed for
There are. as has been explained,
only certain parts of Loudon in which
one can live and be recognized. It is
divided into districts, the most impor
tant of which bears the address Lou
The next district in importance Is S.
W. (southwest). This includes Chel
sea. where the artists congregate, and
South Kensington, where upper mid
dle class fashionable folks live.
N. W. (northwest) includes Hamp
stead. St. John’s Wood. Belsize Park
(one of the prettiest and healthiest
parts of London), where wealthy city
tnen reside, and the many large resi
dences there can boast beautiful g ir
dens and lawns, such as are unobtaina
ble in any other part of London.
The next district and one <>r the m>st
closely populated is W. C. (west con
trail. It Isa world of boarding houses,
and, being the most convenient part of
London for railway stations, places of
amusement and sightseeing generally,
it is peopled with the most cosmopoli
tan set to be found anywhere in the
One of the puzzles of this address is
that If you write W. C. after it the re
cipient will probably not bottler to call,
but if you write in such and such a
place and add “Bussell square" that
makes it all right. Bussell square is
recognized, but west central is not.
On meeting new people the first
thing they invariably ask is your ad
dress. If you are wearing a nice frock
mid say you live W. they immediately '
ask you to dinner, but if you say west
central the idee frock carries no
weight. They simply say. “Ilnw very
odd!" and talk about the weather.—
Loudon Letter in New York Suu.
i\ Ov and Je ,t.
Samuel lingers, tile poet, resided
with Lady Holland and amused him
self by exacerbatbOK her tears of id
riess and death. Luring the cholera
epidemic Lady Holland was a prey to
indescribable terra's. She could think
of nothing but precautionary measures
and on one oceanic n was describing
to Rogers all that she had done. She
enumerated the remedies she had
placed In the next room—the baths, the
apparatus for fumig uion, the blankets,
the mustard plasters, the drugs of ev
“You have forgotten the ouly thing
that would be of any use,” observed
“And what i that?”
“A cottin.” replied the poet.
Lady Holland fainted.-“ Memoirs of
the Duchesse de In no." j
A Terrifying Smoke.
The Mexican peon smokes cigarettes
made of the dried leaves of the merri-1
huana weed. One of the peculiar ef
fects of merrihuana smoking is to dis
tort the bigness of all animals, making
them of enormous size and horrible
shape. The smoker is tilled with a
horrible fear, something like the hor
rors brought on by delirium tremens.
A kitten or a puppy to his distorted .
vision appears as some terrible crea-j
tore. A common sight in Mexico is to!
see a swarthy "greaser,” armed to the
teeth, flee in terror from a small dog,
while he would fearlessly attack auy
man with his knife or his machete.—
New York World.