18DAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1921.
TWO MORE BARGAIN DAYS
J. W. SUMMEROUR’S
GREAT SALE WILL CLOSE SATURDAY
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The past 15 days have been wonderful opportunities to the people of this section. Every day this store has been crowded with
eager buyers and they are still taking advantage of the great bargains that are being: offered from day to day.
People have come in for many miles throughout this section attracted by the wonderful bargains that have been offered, and
everybody has been well pleased with their purchases. They realize that they have gotten sure enough bargains, and that the
prices they have paid are in line with the present price of cotton. - - n
This great sale will close Saturday, February 26th. and you have only two more days m which to reap some-oi the benefits that
we are giving the people. Come on in and get your share. We have it for you and want to serve you. .
We have just received anew shipment of LADIES’ LOW CUT SHOES, going at the price of everything else during this sale.
Evprvbodv is talking about our wonderful bargains in Shoes and they are sure enough bargains. _
Do not fail to make your purchases of Ginghams, SILKS, DRESS GOODS, MEN’S CLOTHING, LADIES SUITS and DRESS
ES You will not have another opportunity to get them at these prices soon. Strike while the opportunity is here.
We propose to make FRIDAY and SATURDAY the greatest days of the sale and are going to offer our eustoers unusual bar
gains. Come in and see what you can get here for your dollar. It counts with us.
J. W. SUMMER OUR
Specials for Week
Fresh shipment Cab. plants 25c him.
1 lb. can Roast Beef 25c
2 pkgs Jiffy Jell . 25c
2 pkgs Mince Meat 35c
Bugal’ B£c lb.
25c Salmon, fresh shipment 10c can
Fresh country eggs dozen .... 35c
Libby’s Vienna Sausage 15c can
Libby’s Pot Meat 6c can
Libby’s Roast Beef 35c can
Libby’s Corn 35c. can
No. 2 Sliced Pineapple 45c can
Arbu/ckle Coffee 28c lb.
3 lb. can Maxwell House Coffee $1.35
3lb can Gault House Coffee $1.15
3 lb. can Dandy Cup Coffee sl.lO
3 lb. can Hot Shot Coffee .... SI.OO
3 lb. Highest Grade Peaberry SI.OO
10 lb. Pure Leaf Lard SL9S
10 lb. Simon Pure Lard $2.25
1 gal. White Karo Syrup SI.OO
Package Grits 15c
Campbell’s Tomato Soup 15c
Van Camp’s Tomato, Vegetable &
Chicken Soup 15c
Oat Meal 15c
Puffed Wheat 15c
Puffed Rice 15c
2 packages Jello 25c
Post Toasties 15c
Corn Flakes 15c
Good Rice 20c
1 lb. T. Garden Tea 60c
Lemons per dozen . 25c
Leons, per dozen 25c
No. 3 Gold Bar Sliced Peaches 45c
No. 2 Libby’s Sliced Peaches . . 45c
ZET Shoe Polish, finest in world 35c
Fieischman’s Yeast Cake all the time
Irish Cobblers and Red Bliss Seed
ries, Prunes, Raisins, Dates, Figs,
We carry Celery, Lettuce, Cranber-
Jams, Preserves, Brazilnuts, Walnuts
Shelled Almonds and other good
things too numerous to mention.
We also carry the famous Postels
plain and self-rising flour.
If you want the best see us.
24 Lbs. Good Flour $1.45
Beatitudes of the Day.
Blessed in he who wants little, for
its little of anything a man can get to
Blessed is he who did a cash busi
ness, for yet he has credit.
Blessed is he who drinks nothing
strong, for he don’t have to dodge the
affairs, for his neighbors are at aloss
Blessed is he who attends to his own
affairs, for his neighbor are at a loss
Blessed is the preacher who visits
hi,s flock, thereby getting a square
Blessed is the unemployed lawyer,
for !.. tells less lies.
Blessed is the physician in idleness,
for he is drugging no one to his doom.
Blessed is the farmer who planted
grain, for the boll weevil got his cot
Blessed is he who paid his debts
early, for the price of cotton goes nil.
Blessed is she who is content at
home, for papa is not able to buy her
Blessed is the mayor of the town, if
he has no kicking council.
Blessed is he who owns no automo
bile, for he saves a big gas bill.
Cursed is he who strolls the streets
for his wife locked the door and retir
Blessed is he who bought Liberty
Bonds, for that’s about ull that will
Blessed is he who attends Sunday
school, for he is with the crowd.
Cursed is he who sold on credit, no
collections, no credit, no cash.
Blessed is he who is able to swim,
for these hard times are ducking scores
Blessed is he who can see good, for
mobile devils speed some.
Cursed is he who boils in the same
pot, religion, politics and social gossip,
for he brews a concoction that would
make devils weep, mourn and gnash
Blessed is he who can laugh loud
and long, for it helps his neighbors
over the blues.
Blessed is he who has a government
job, for tiis pay surely comes.
Blessed is he who is able to walk to
town, for he has-a neighbor so sickly
that he labors for hours to crank a
car that he may ride two hundred yards
Blessed is he who can sing, whistle
and smile, for his neighbor will envy
him his good feelings.
Cursed be the chronic kickef, for
like the mule, he is just kicking into
space wearing himself out to a frazzle.
We may set It down as a great
troth, 1 think, that the sense of mo
notony and drudgery In our work gen
erally shows that we bare come to
put our emphasis In the wrong place —
that we have become concerned more
In getting our work done and off our
hands than In the way we are doing
It. Change the emphasis to the latter,
and the situation will be mastered.
The eonse of drudgery will vanish, and
the life and the work will have a
other aspect.—M. Q. Simona.
To Remove Lead From Gun barrels.
Chemlcnlly pure and strong nitric
acid will dissolve the lead In a gun
barrel, and will not Injure the metal
of the barrel unless the acid becomes
diluted with a little water. To re
move the add. pour all of It out and
wipe the gun dry with a rag soaked In
olive or cottonseed oil. Do not get the
acid on the hands or clothes. If
by chance this happens It should be
hashed off Immediately with water and
then some weak alkali.
VBBt WMDBB NEWS
DEATH OF MRS.
PAT T. DARBY.
Mrs. P. T. Darby, who has many rel
atives in this section, and who has been
living in Vidalia, Ga., for many years,
her home in that city last Fri
day, and was buried in the Vidalia
cemetery on Saturday. Mrs. Darby has
three brothers, Messrs. J. Green Smith,
Job Smith and T. B. Smith, and two
sisters, Mrs. Jim Ross and Mrs. Aman
da Williams. She was the daughter of
Mr. T. K. Smith, deceased. She and
Mr. Pat Darby were both born and
reared in this section and were mar
ried here in 1879. Besides her husband
Mrs. Darby leaves a daughter, Miss
Efiie, and one son, Sanford, who is the
owner of one of the leading grocery
Winder National Bank
When we set a trap for a fox, we bait it with some
thing a fox likes.
A crook never offers Four Percent, and safety when
he wants your money.
The crook offers 25 and 50 percent, and we bite be
cause we like the bait, altho our common sense tells us
to keep away.
The reformer does not tell his audience that under
his scheme for social reorganization it will still be nec
essary for all of us to work for a living, and practice
thrift, temperance and fairness.
He promises a three-hour day, pensions, and a Gov
ernment job for everyone.
Many people like this bait, and that is the reason
crooked reformers are always* able to raise enough
money to pay themselves a good salary.
Take no chance and start you a saving account with
the Winder National Bank, and be safe and indepen
dent in your old age.
Yours to Serve,
Winder National Bank
postmaster at Vidalia and is also the
stores in that city. The editor of The
News extends his deepest sympathy to
the bereaved. They were among our
friends in Vidalia.
CURED In 30 Minute* with
50c from druggicts or 55c mailed
Mfr., DR. L. J. SHARP & CO., Commerce, Ga.
Take no substitute. Sold by
ASCRIPTION: /rT EAB
IT SNOWS IN THIS -
SECTION OF STATE
Last Sunday was a beautiful day, but
on Monday the clouds began to gather
and by Monday night it was snowing
right along. The ground was moist,
however, and much of it melted almost
as fast as it fell. What was left of it
melted aw,ay Tuesday as the wmather
turned much warmer. During the,
snow Monday afternoon quite an ex
citing rabbit race was enjoyed by the
town, as a molly cotton tail undertook
to go down Broad street. It w r as soon
discovered and everybody joined in the
race and soon overtook the fugitive.