SOMETHING WORTH YOUR ATTENTION
For some weeks to come we propose to do a good work for buyers in the way of cutting prices. The first cutting will be as follows:
All Calicoes to go for 5 and 6 cents, was strictly 7c. 400 yds. short lengths, mainly in white goods to sell for Bc, formally 10 and 12c. 25c.
white goods to be sold for 15c. 1000 yds. 50c. Dress Goods will be sold for 25c. All printed Wash Goods to be cut.
A beautiful line of printed Wash Goods was 10 and 12c. now to go for Bc. per yard. All printed Wash Goods that was 12 to 18c. now
to go for 10c. All Dress Goods that was 25c, in this line to go for 18c.
All the colors in long Silk Gloves that was $1.75 and $2.00 to sell for 95c.
This is just a beginning of our series of cut prices. • Watch this paper each week, we wiil cut prices and save you money. Also re
member we give you great bargains at our Clothing Store No. 2.
We snail be known as the great price cutters ot this town. 'Of course cut prices mean cash price.
Kilgore & Kelly.
WINDER, ' - " GEORGIA.
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We had a very hard rain and
hail here Sunday, which did much
damage to the crop*.
Mrs. Hattie Hendrix and daugh
ter,Mrs L. W. Leslie, of Bethlehem,
were the guests of Mrs. Cullie Hosch
Mr. T. N. Thompson, of Winder,
visited his father, Mr. A. (E Thomp
Mrs. Callie lloseh and sons visit
ed Winder Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, .John AfcElhannon
spent Sunday with Mrs. Ahnon
Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Adams and
family spent Sunday with Mr. .1. H.
Little Ruby Harrison spent Tut
week with her grand-parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. McDonald.
Miss Ora Edgar spent Saturday
night with Miss May Lester, at
Mr. W illie Hosch was on the sick i
list last week.
Mr.-and Mrs. Warren Partain
were the guests of Mr. M. A. Gallo
way and family Sundry.
Pierce Smith,who lias been ill for
some time, has many friends who
will he glad to know he is improv
Mr. John Smith, of this place
was in Winder Sunday.
Mr. Lyle Evans has just returned
from the bedside of his sick brother
Crops are looking fine in this
Messrs. Tl. F. and H. C. Hudgins
were at Canipton Sunday.
The Sunday school at this place
is the pride of Campton.
Quite a large crowd attended
preaching at this place last Sunday.
Rev. McGarity preached a very en
teresting sermon,his text being ‘ The
Sin Against the Holy Ghost.”
Miss Ada McDonald wa-* the guest
of Miss Viola Hardigree last Sunday.
Mr. 1. S. Bowman, of Florida, is
visiting his father, Mr. Green Bow
lncin, of this place. He will spend
the summer in this section.
i ■M.iaacg Cora Giles, belm
Miss Edna llardigree was the
j guest of Miss Floy Elrod Sunday.
Miss Lona Segars, of Winder,
visited relatives in this section re
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dunnahoo
visited Mr. and Mrs. George Steed
The little baby of Mr. and Mrs.
Brock is real sick at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Steed were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. W.
We are having some very hot
weather the past few days.
Miss Minnie Belle is visiting rel
atives and friends in Oconee county
An ice cream supper was
given at the home of Mi. J. W.
Moore last Tuesday night in honor
of Miss Lila Moore. A large crowd
attended. Miss Ruth Wyley, of
Braselton, also Miss !na Stewart,
of Iloschton, were among the many
friends that were present.
Mrs. Mamie Jennings visited her
parents, <Mr. J. It. Cox, Saturday
Mr. Joe C. Austin and family
attended the funeral services of Mr.
Dock Austin Friday. He was buried
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman spent
part of last week with Mrs. It. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake made a short
call at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. P Smith Friday.
Mrs. J. R. Cox is on the sick list
Mr. Truman Fuller, of Athens,
was in town Saturday afternoon.
The cottage prayer services were
held at Mr. Jones Sunday afternoon.
Col. Lewis C. Russell spent Sun
day with his brother, Judge It. B.
Mrs. \V. P. Smith visited the
sick near Bethlehem this week.
Mrs, Parnell, of Athens, visited
Mr. Carrington’s family Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. J. 1. J. Belle, of this place
was (iff visiting a portion of last
week. v '
We hear of a lot of damage done
by the hail storm Sunday, but noth
ing injured around Russell.
Miss Mary Willie Russell has re
turned home from an extended visit
Miss Ermine Stanton, of Winder,
spent the week-end with Miss Ina
Misses Mabelle and Mary Alice
Smith is spending this week with
their uncle, Mr. Green W. Smith
Martin Bond, an old colored
man breathed his last Sunday
morning at eight o’clock.
Rev. Foster preached to a large
congregation here Sunday.
Mrs. Emma Attaway and Mr.
Clifford Clack spent Friday night
at Statharn, the guests of Mr; Jt.
M. Williams and family.
Mr. John Harris, of Winder, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Misses Berta ard Vallie Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Patton
visited Mr. Wiley Patton’s family
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Jodie Wood was the guest
of Miss Sudie Smith Saturday.
Mrs. Mattie House and children,
of New Chapel, visited Mr. and.
Mrs. Hull Clack Saturday and Sun
Mr. Jim Sims made a business
trip to Athens Friday.
Mr. Maultie Miller, an aged and
respected citizen who lived in this
community, died at his home Fri
day night. He leaves his wife and
six hoys and two girls to mourn his
death. Mr. Miller was a Christian
man and was loved by all who knew
him- The reimfins were laid to
rest in the Chapel cemetery. We
extend to the bereaved ones our
Mr. J. L. Waters and family, of
C&mpton, visited in our burg from
Saturday till Monday.
Mr. Otis Camp and family, anJ
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Cosby were the
guests of Mr- Mardie Cosby and
The Misses House and Mr. Jim
Halliefield, of New Chapel visited
Mr. D. D. Jones and family Satur
day and Sunayd.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Williams
spent Sunday at New Chapel.
J. FI. Clack, A. P. Perry. L. L '
Rogers, H. O. Camp went to Win
der Saturday on business.
Mr. Herschel Clack and wife and
Mrs. T. A. Smith visited Mr. and
M rs. Willie Barber Sunday evening.
The rain and hail Sunday evening
have enjurod the crops very badly.
Mrs. Ida Clack visited Mrs. J. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hardy spent
Monday in Oconee county with Mr.
Henry Hardy’s family.
here Sunday,the guests of Mr. John
Edger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. R E. Clack and
son, Paul, spent Tuesday in our
Mrs. J. G. Elder and children, of
Jefferson, spent a part of last week
in our midst.
Our young folks enjoyed an ice
cream festival at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. WA P. Frost Saturday
Mr. C. C Fulcher is on the sick
Prof. C. T. Clegg, of Hall county,
was here Saturday on business.
Rev. Stone, will till bis regular ap
pointment here next Saturday and
Dr. J. C. Holliday, of Athens,
spent last Sunday here with home
Mr. J. FT. Guest has returned
home after spending a few days with
his son in Elbert county.
Miss Bessie Whitehead is still
very low with a long spell of sick-'
C. D. Holliday made a trip to
Guest Station last Sundav morning.
Cleveland Holliday spent last
Sunday near Crooked Creek with
W. M. Spencer. B. B. E
The rain and hail last Sunday
did not do much damage in our
Fish frys will soon be thg sport
of the day.
Miss Corinne Avery is spending
this week near Monroe with her
grand-mother, Mrs. Darby.
M iss Jodie Wood was the charm
ing guest of Miss Sudie Smith Satur
day night and Sunday.
Mr FT H. Odum and family, and
Mr. Williams and son, from Win
der, spent Sunday with J. T. Mor
row and family.
Mr. John H. Bedingfield, of Beth
lehem. passed through our burg
M, and Mrs. E. C. Gordon, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Williams and Mr.
Harvil and wife spent Sunday with
Mr. Travis Flarvil and lamily.
The little fifteen months old baby
of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Flelton was
buried at Chapel last Wednesday.
It had been sick only a short time
and its death was quite a shockto
our community. The parents and
relatives have .our deepest sym
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Austin,
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In a graveyard far away
Sleeps my own dear mother today.
I was the pride of her heart and
Yet Jesus Christ from me he stole
That tender grace and loving care,
With just one breath and just one
Her breath was short, her heart 1
Her voice was weak, still sobs she
Then closed her eyes and went to
And laid her soul at Jesus’ feet.
And now she is singing in the sky,
In sunny lands so very high.
I nope that I shall meet her there,
Upon that sunny golden stair;
Then father’ll come and join the
Of angels at Jesus’ right hand,
And on that high, eternal shore,
We shall live together evermore.
The first annual Tallu 1 >h Fails
party will leave Monroe, Ga., Sun
daymorning, June 28th, arriving at
the falls for dinner. Tickets will
be good to return any time from
Monday till Friday following.
Round t rip from Monroe to Falls,
$8.20. Flotel accommodations can
lie had from SI.OO to $2.00 per
day. Train leaves Monroe at 6:80
a. m., central time. This is your
chance to see the grandest moun
tain scenery at very little cost.
Round trip from Winder $2-81.
The annual reunion of the 43rd
Regment of Confederate Veterans
will meet at Jefferson July 4th with
the Jackson County Veterans re
union. All members of this com
mand are requested to be present.
There will be reduced rates on all
railroads on that day.
E. M. Moulder, Secretary.
SET HERE, GET REDAY.
If you wish to join my party of
30 to Wrightsville Beach, for which
I have secured a special car from
Winder without change, let me
know by sending me check for your
ticket, not later than Monday. July
(>th. The first thirty names reciev-:
ed with checks for tickets will com
plete the party.
Our car will be booked on to No.
32, passing Winder. Ga-, at 3:50 p.
m., eastern time, Friday, July 10th,
returning leave Wilmington follow
ing Wednesday at 3 p. in.
Fare for round trip from Winder
to the Beach, $8.50.
Tarry Moore Hotel, the best in
all the land, rates $2.50 per day,
but cheaper can be had.
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