THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24,
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
MONDAY, FEB. 21.
Methodist Missionary Society
met with Mrs. A. A. Camp.
TUESDAY, FEB. 22,
Yoimg Matrons Federated club
held its Anniversary party at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Bradley from 8 to 11 p. m.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23.
Woman’s Club met at the Bap
• tist church at 3:30 p. m.
THURSDAY, FEB. 24.
Mrs. E. V. Snipes is entertain
ing the Young Matrons club at
a theater party.
Mrs. Mac Potts is hostess to
the Young Matrons Federated
club and a few friends.
FRIDAY, FEB. 25.
Mrs. H. T. Flanigan will en
tertain at a Musical Tea in the
SATURDAY, FEB. 2G.
Mrs. Z. F. Jackson and Mrs.
B. B. Jackson will give a recep
tion in honor of Mrs. John H.
, Wood and Mrs. L. H. Reid from
J 3 to 6.
A jolly occasion of last week was
Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Rob
ert Arnold was hostess to the Junior
Priscilla club at a most delightful sew
ing party. Following the usual time
npent in sewing was the serving of a
delicious salad course.
Those present were Mesdames Ralph
Smith, Robert Camp, W. H. Jennings,
S. H. Ware, Preston Williams, Edgar
DeLaPerriere, W. R. Smith, Ed Herrin,
H. A. Clarithers, Clyde Williamson,
Paul Roberts, W. N. Bailey, H. Wat
kins, J. B. Parham, Albert Williams,
Arnold, Watkins, Broome, Otis Camp,
and little Miss Ann Arnold.
Some miscreant went into the Chris
tian church recently and broke open
the little bank that was kept in the
church in which was kept the offerings
for the orphans’ home. Part of the
money in the little bank was missing.
Stop! Look! Consider!
J. E. Callahan
Must raise the cash and in order to do so has reduced the price on ev
erything; in stock at ridiculously low prices. If you expect to buy. any
thing' in the way of bridles, collars, pads, harness of all kinds now is the
one big chance you will have to get what you want at prices on a line
with what you paid in the old days before the war. Come and look over
my stock, get my prices and I know you will buy.
‘Now is the time to lay in your year’s supply of plow gear, harness, col
lars, bridles, etc. You will not beat my prices this side of kingdom come.
Read these prices and see:-
SIO,OOO Worth of Stock to Sell Below Cost.
Goober Points, each 30c
4 for SI.OO
B. C. Points, each 50c
3 for $1.35
No. 10s, each 50c
3 for $1.35
13s for 55c
3 for . . . . $1.50
Goober Slide, each 60c
B. C.s each 90c
No. 10s each 90c
No. 13s each $1.25
No. 1 Tubs $lO9
No. 2 Tubs $1,25
No. 3 Tubs $1.50
Well Buckets 75c
The above is only some of the bargains I am offering the
people of this section.
J. E. CALLAHAN
W. C, T. I'. RECEPTION.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union will entertain for the teachers
of the Winder Public schools on Mon
day evening, February 28, at 8 o'clock,
at the home of Mrs. W. B. MeCants.
All members of the W. C. T. U., to
gether with their husbands, are urged
to attend All honorary members with
their wives, are also invited. The pas
tors of our churches, the superinten
dent and teachers in the Sunday school
the members of the board of education
and school visiting committee, with
their wives, are all cordially invited to
attend this reception.
Prof. Cash and his efficient corps of
teachers have cooperated loyally with
the scientific temperance instruction
department of the Union, of which
Mrs. MeCants is the efficient superin
tendent, and it has become a custom
for the Union to give this reception to
them annually. It is hoped that there
will be a large attendance and that the
teachers may then become better ac
quainted with many of the people of
A short program has been prepared
which will prove of much interest.
Devotional —Rev. W. H. Faust.
Talk—Rev. L. W. Collins.
Talk—Prof J P. Cash.
Brief Report of Regional Conference
—Mrs. Paul Roberts.
Readings—-Miss Mamie Haggerty, of
Solo —Mrs. Land.
The program will be followed by a
Mr. James Everett and Miss Elzana
Vanderford were married Wednesday
of last week, Rev. W. J. Robinson of
ficiating. The happy couple have the
best wishes or their many for their
happiness and prosperity.
Mr. S. H. Greeson and Miss Lottie
Doster, two young people of this sec
tion, were happily married last Friday,
Rev. Wilks M. Jones performing the
ceremony. Their many fronds are ex
tending heartiest congratulations.
Mrs. W. H. Fau'st and Mr. Asa
Knight accompanied Rev. W. H. Faust
to his regular appointment at Oconee
last Sunday afternoon.
Miss Charlotte MeCants entertain
ed the Teachers club at a pretty George
Washington party on last Saturday
afternoon at her home ou Candler St.
After an hour’s sewing, two attract
ive contests were enjoyed. The prizes
which were miniature hatchets tied
with red ribbon and cherries were
awarded to Misses Allene Kilgore and
Late in the afternoon a delicious sal
ad course was served, still carrying out
lie George Washington idea. Twenty
guests were present.
Mr. Shannon Smith is on the sick
list this week.
Mr. Ralph, Moon was a visitor to
Athens Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. B. B. Jackson spent the past
week-end in Atlanta.
Prof. J. L. Moore, of Bethlehem, was
a visitor in the city Saturday.
Miss Ola Thompson spent last Sun
day in Lawrenceville.
Mr. G. C. Moseley made a business
trip to Atlasta Wednesday.
Misses Willie and Mary Meadow are
spending the week-end in Atlanta.
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Mrs. O. M. Jackson spent a few days
in Atlanta last week.
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Mr. Claud Mayne was a visitor to
Atlanta on business Tuesday.
Mr. J. F. Eden, of near Carl, was in
Winder Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Maude Bondurant spent sever
al days last week in Athens with her
young son, who was in the hospital
Mrs. Dora King is spending the week
in Athens with her brother, Rev. Sam
Miss Ermine Booth, of Atlanta, was
in Winder a short while Saturday the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Paul Eley.
Mrs. Roy Smith is spending some
time in Cordele and Camilla visiting
elatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pledger left yes
terday on an extended automobile
trip to Charlotte, N. C.
Mrs. Scott Cooper of Monroe was the
guest a few days last week of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Jackson.
Plow Steel, basis 7£c
Plow Lines, 33 feet, per set .... 25c
Collar pads, for 50c
Heel Bolts, each 15c
20 rod roll of Hog Wire for . . $7.50
New Club Gun Sheels, per box 65c
Hamon Plow Stocks for $2.25
2-Horse Jubo Steel Plow Stock $5.50
7-8-2 Electric weld Trace chains $1
Curry Combs, each 5c
Good Shovel • $1.25
THE WINDER NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stein spent the
past week-end with relatives in Car
Miss Willie Mae Shcats is spending
Miss Willie Mae Slieats is spending
a few days in Washington, D. C.
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Faust, Mrs. Iv.
P. Carpenter and Mrs. J. C Pratt spent
last Friday in Athens
Messrs. R. R. Barber and W. C. Hor
ton made a business trip to Gainesville
Rev. J. S. Settle left last week for
South Georgia where he went to till
some preaching appointments.
Mrs. J. B. Parham attended the fu
neral of Mrs. 11. J. Parham in Athens
Col. G. A. Johns attended the supe
rior court in Monroe the first of the
Mr. W. P. Thompson, Barrow’s ef
ficient coroner, of Bethlehem, was a
visitor in the city Tuesday.
Mr. T. K. Willbanks, one of the good
citizens of the county, was in Winder
on business Tuesday.
Mr. L. W. Leslie, one of Bethlehem’s
splendid citizens, was in the city on
Mrs. J. B. Williams is visiting her
son, Mr. Herschel Williams, at Ca
rithers Mill, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Broadus Williams vis
ited relatives and friends at Pentecost
Mr. R. O. Ross, who has moved to
Atlanta, was in Winder several days
this week on business.
Someone buys a loaf of “Windermaid” bread every
week worth one dollar. Miss Urania Hayes was -the
lucky one last week. “Eat more bread, two slices for
one.” Pies, cakes and sandwiches a specialty.
H. L. Moore, Proprietor Phone 37.
$7.50 Sweney Collars, to sell at $5.00
$12.00 Sweney collars, to sell at SB.OO
SB.OO mule collars for $6.00
SIO.OO collar for $6.00
$6.00 collar for . 1 . 1 .,. 1 ._. 54.00
Cloth collars for $1.25
See our Buggy and Wagon Harness, tagged in pi?
figures, 40 per cent off.
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No. 3 Bridle at less
No. 7 Bridles at tried
Champion Bridles for WJ ...........
Fancy Cup Blind Bridles for . . . . mown
A Bridle for j,p up
-11 Bridle, cup blind, fancy face piece solid chea*. than
YOU BUY ONE for $6.00 and WE GIVE Yf
SEE THESE BRIDLES QUICK, only a fe\ DC . nri &
Uvt w. .<i i
2 BRIDLES FOR
Mrs. J. W. Moon and Mrs. G. A.
Dunagan were guests of the latter’s
sister, Mrs. E. J. Dunagan, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Williams spent
Thurday night with the latter’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mobley.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sims spent Wed
nesday night with Mr and Mrs. Cliff
Quite a large crowd attended the
singing at Mr. Oscar Cooper’s Mon
Miss Ruth Mobley and sister, Mrs.
Pauline Williams, visited Mrs. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Shortie Mobley were
week-end guests of the latter’g par
ents, Mr. and Mrs; Finch, of Statham.
Mr. Emory Hern was the guest of
Miss Ruth Mobley Saturday night.
Miss Annete and Reunette Moon had
as their guest Sunday, Miss Mattielou
Little Miss Lena Mobley had as her
Sunday guest, Louise, the little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Dunagan.
Mr. Hoyt ltouden, Carlton Dunna
gan and Lucius Mobley visited Mr.
Moon Saturday bight.
Mr. and Mrs. Moon and children
were Friday evening guests of Mr.
und Mrs. W. T. Mobley.
One of the social events of last week
was the Valentine party at Mr. G. A.
Dunagan’s. Quite a large crowd at
tended. Everybody reported a nice
Mrs. Delay visited her mother, Mrs.
Mr. W. T. Mobley and Mr. G. A.
Dunagan made 11 business trip to Ath
Mrs. Lee Sims is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. Cooper, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunagan spent Sunday
afternoon with Mn. and Mrs. John
The singing Sunday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mobley
was highly enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Delay and children
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Williams spent
Saturday r ight with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Misses Nora Kellum and Jewell Grif
feth were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gra
dy Griffeth Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs; Herbert Smith arc
spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
T. A. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. G, H, Perkins spent
Sunday with Mr and Mrs. W. C Sor
Miss Rossie Belle Barber had as her
guests Friday night, Misses Nora Kel
lum and Ruth Clack.
Mrs. W. A. Clack had as her guests
Monday night Mrs. Grace Austin and
Mrs. Bessie Hamby.
Misses Beulah and Ruby Miller spent
Sunday with Miss-Eddie Ruth Delay.
Mr. and Mrs; V. P. Perkins spent
Sunday night, with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holifleld were the
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Her-’
Miss Maggie Ruth Jones had as her
guest Sunday .night Miss Nora Kel
Miss Eddie Ruth Delay had as her
guests Sunday Misses Maggie Ruth
Jones and Nora Kellum.
Odessa Sorrels spent Sunday night
with Vera Perkins.
The many friends of Frank Stanton
Bondurant will be delighted to know
of his rapid Improvement since Ids op
eration last week.