A Merry Christmas
A LASTING REMEMBRANCE FROM THE RECIPIENT
BY GETTING PRESENTS HERE
The National Comfort Chair, No. 100, Reduced to
The National Comfort Chair, No. 105, Reduced to
The National Comfort Chair, No. 110, Reduced to
The National Comfort Chair, No. 100, Reduced to
only £9.d(), (Rocker.)
The National Comfort Chair, No. 111, Reduced to
only SIO.OO, (Rocker, leather.)
Three piece Mahogany Parlor Suit, Reduced to
Gate End Davenport, Reduced to only $25.00.
Mr. Albert Wages has returned
home from Pine Ridge Sanitoruun,
mar Atlanta. We are sorry to say
he. has not improved any.
Misses Susie McDaniel and Pollje
<1 meson wcrb tlnv guests of Miss
Kuby Fuller Tuesday afternoon.
•' Mr. S. T-Maughon and most cx
.(•client Tardily'fiave moved to Win
der. Air. .fames’ Austin 'ivcßv' Wcll
pies the house vacated by Mr.’
Miss C'ammie Sims and. cousin.
Miss Annie Wages, were tlx* guests
of Mrs.,,,'Frank Wagds last Thursday
'Mrs. Josie Landrum has returned
home after a week spent very pleas
antly with the families of Messrs.
,(}. W. Fuller and C- .V. Edwards.
The Sunday school gave a box
supper here Wednesday night. The
boxes sold for something over six
t en dollars, which goes to buy
Christmas presents for the small
children of the Sunday school.
Messrs. Henry Manders and At
• ’ t. .
tieus Kireus, of Gwinnett county,
passed through our villc Saturday,
en, route to Bethleheiiju
-Mr.-Will (ireesomhas moved his
family to the farm previously owned
by Mr. S. FT Sharpton, of Wonder.
Miss Sarah Harrison, of Bethle
hem, has been the guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. G. W-. Fuller, for the past
Mrs. A. J. Sim* has had as hut
guests for the past week three grand
children, who live mar Auburn.
Mr*. S. T. Maughon, of Wind r,
was the guest of the 1. 0. O. F.
hoys Saturday night.
The F. E. and U. of A. "have
elect- and new officers for the ensuing
.Several of our best speakers have
1 een selected to deliver addresses at
the Xmas tree here.
Just look at some of the extremely low prices in order that your friends may be
remembered by you in years to come.
Clothes will wear out, watches and rings ma\ get lost, diamonds we cannot afford. So just make some
one happy by giving them a RtiAL NICE BEDRoOH SUII .
Yous to serve, and believe me, DIVIDE PROFITS.
Wishing Everybody a Happy and Merry Christmas, and Prosperous New Year,
W. T. ROBINSON.
A great many of us put our light
under a bushel, or never allow it to
shine outside our own doors. Not 1
so with our former citizen, Mr. S.
T. Maughon. Dtiiir.g the short
time he has resided here he lias been
president of the Farmers Cnion,
noble grand of the < )dd Fellows and
- held the oHice of Sunday school
superintendent for over a year. By
his kind disposition, he has won
many friends at Carter Hill, who
wish him well, and are glad he did
not move any farther , away than
The year 1009 is almost gone, and
while many of us have had our ups
land downs, sorrows and pleasures,
we ought,to begird that we have
lived to she the close of another year.
While many have liven the mistakes
|wo have made in the year past and
! gone, let us try to improve and learn
in the great school of economy.
Many are changing their places of
abode in this section, and we are
losing some mighty good neighbors,
lint we hope those who lill their
i places will prove equally as good.
I Say, Mr. Editor, we have been
listening for you to ring out an in
j vitatinn to your eorVespondents to
| join you in a banquet to be held in
jour honor when that new house is
painted white and striped in green.
How ainuit it, old hoy?
(Pear Sager: You have guessed
our secret. We had hoped to have
you all join us in an old-fashioned
turkey dinner and house warming
one day during the holidays,
j hut the contractor will he unable to
turn over to us our house ‘"painted
white and striped in green," hence
, the pleasure of meeting you all
amifnd the banquet board in one
i common family must he delayed.
, But the invitations are coming, and
we shall insist upon a unanimous
j acceptance, or a mighty good ex
Lounges from £IO.OO to 811.50.
The latest thing in Dev. Olounge, (makes a good
bed) $1 i .50.
Eight different assortment Side Boards, from £12.00
Seven different assortment Hall Racks, from £B.OO
to $65 00.
Chiffoniers as low as —just think only 812.00.
The most useful present for men only, but the whole
family uses it —it is a Chifforobe, §25 to 827.50
Don’t let the little one fall in the lire. Just simply
get one of those Spark Guards, only SI.OO.
Book Cases all the wav from 88.00 to 817.50.
A brilliant cor. from us in gone,
A pen we loved is still;
A place is vacant in the club
Which the president must fill.
As we are hooked as auctioneer at
10 o’clock today, we shall have to
close, so with these few remarks we
hid you all adieu for this year. May
heaven's richest blessings rest upon
News, its force, its* readers, and
all who contributed to its columns,
iI, Tor one, will promise that after
Xmas is over, we will sharpen our
pencil, slide up to our table.,, put on
the cap of thought ami* wisdom and
contribute more to our paper than
I we have hitherto done,
j Wishing, ope and all a merry
Xuias, ghod'-TisV. . -
? V I.f
* GONE 10 RIS!. ’
Mts, ‘Thopias Phillips died Dee.
8, and was laid to r s‘t’in the~lluster
cemetery on the 9th of Dec. She
wassome where near' seventy-six
years old. Stic was a consecrated
Christian lady, and was loved hv
all who knew her. Mrs. Phillips
leaves U huSpaju]’ luul. t wo'.jjhildren
—mu'jjoq and.oile i^ughfoi —Mr.
and 'Mrs. lin ><>ks —
; i wriiC (- fsi i r viyin gore'll it i ves and
fm-fifts, to^iionm tie;death. Dear
hfisti.sTid and children, prepare to
roeht your loving mot,her owd com-
Pillion in a brighter and sweeter
, world . ahoyej where there is no
j more sad parting, hut all is j >y and
peace and happiness. sad to
part from the dear <niqssPßiS was so
hv’lv. loved. Aunt (ufMTD&t come
* v '%■
!>y<‘k to qs, hilt, oh! W to
htr '' . . ,o"
.“.Cpme unto me. ‘ are Cf'icV wop Is
jthatj Jesus so kinly spoke to the
rare'ivppn-wdr • hth, go to Him’, all
ye heavily ladened* and let Him
| give you Ids peace and rest.
A Friend, Mkllik Dosteu.
Art Squares, 9x12, from $5.00 to $22 50.
Rugs from 75c to 84 00.
Well when it comes to Parlor Rocking Chairs, “we’s
sho got ’em” all the way from 81.25 to 810.
And lest you forget, we have some of the very latest
designs in Toilet Sets, 12 pieces.
You ought to see them Dutch Patterns for Holiday
presents reduced to only SB.OO.
Bed Room Suits. Well they arc sure here to please
any one ranging from 20, 25, 35, 45, 55, 65,
75 and 885. Well they are worth more but
we want to move some of them, and you
cannot give a better present.
TUC I VPIIP ONE NIGHT ONLY
1 iiili ** I Hlv? Monday, Dec. 27.
THE BEAUTIFIIL WESTERN DRAMA
IN FOUR ACTS, WITH
CLARA BELCHER M-MUg
BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND ELEGANT
WESTERN COSTUMES . ~ .
PRICES: 25c, 35cSd 50c.
In Memory of Guy Thompson.
Whereas, in the death of Huy
Thompson, our dearly beloved
member of Bethlehem Sunday
school, we have sustained an irre
parable loss. }
lie was not only a member of the
Sunday school, hut a faithful mem
ber of the Methodist church from
early childhood• Added to a noble,
consecrated Christian life, he pos
sessed a deep affection for his fond
parents and was ever dutiful to
He was handsome, fine specimen
of young manhood called above at
the tender age of IS. Buoyant with
health, until a short time before he
died. He was a lover of fun, win
ing friends wherever he went. And
where lie was known in life there is
deep sorrow today in his death. Be
Resolved, That we" extend our
loving sympathy to his parents in
the passing away of their beloved
son and our dear young, friend, and
we pray that our dear Father will
love, comfort and sustain them’' in
their deep sorrow.
Resolved further, That a copy of
these resolutions lx> published in
The Walton News and The Winder
News, and that they he sent to the
family, and be inscribed in the
minutes of this Sunday school.
Miss Gknoma Miller,
J. M. Drake,
Mrs. ]. 11. Gunter,
H. 0. BAO (.KIT,
Schedule Seaboard Air Line
No. 52—For local stations,Mon- ■
roe and Columbia... 9:43 a m
No. 32 —For Norfolk, Washing
ton and New York... 2:63 jS m
No. 58 —For loeal stations to
Athens 6:55 p m
No. 38—For local stations north
....• ' of Athens,Richmond
' *and East 11:35 p m
No. 41—For Atlanta, Birming
ham tand west 5:34 a m
No. 57 —for local stations and
Atlanta 7:52 a m
No. 33 —For Atlanta, Birming
ham, Memphis and
West 3:10 p m
No. 53—For Atlanta and west 6:55 p m
These arrivals and departures are
given as inYormution and are not guar
if N ' • .4-
.. City Man —L wonder if Adam had
any'regrets when he left the Garden
of Eden? G V -V;
UrßanitC' —It’s safe that he (li.dn t,
if he tried .to raise his own .vegeta
’ . ‘
The price of sealskin coats has
been reduced to soso. It would he
interesting to know what the origi
nal price.—Rome Tribune-Herald.