In Ladies ’ and Children s
Beginning Saturday Morning and Continuing Until December Ist -
We are going to close out our entire stock of Ladies' and Children’s Cloaks at cost.
Bear in mind that these cloaks are absolutely new stock in every respect, all having been
bought this season. They are the latest styles and colors.
Below we quote you some prices that you may never get again.
Cloaks in black, blue, red, brown, castor and gray’s, satin lined throughout, worth
$lB.OO, now $9.00. Cloaks in black, brown and castor, worth $12.50, to go at $6.98. Cloaks
in nice blacks and castors, nicely trimmed, easily worth $lO.OO, to go at $5.50. $B.OO Cloaks
to go at $4.50. $5.00 Cloaks to go at $2.50.
" Also a complete line of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing, Hats Shoes and Dry Goods to go at
great bargains until December 1.
Yours to please,
H. MENDEL & COMPANY,
WINDER, = GEORGIA.
The Ascot f j*gi
A thoroughbred, just see it.
It is “Natural Shape'* like -ffiffijiSi
every other style of jlgrf
Cheral Patent Colt—neat business or pleasure style
A narrow, gracefully pointed toe —ample room for
your feet just as Nature intended.
THE. SHOE STORE., Winder, Ga.
A MATTER OF ABSORBING INTEREST
lies behind that of the approach
in Thanksgiving, and that is the
lumber question. During the
I j ij||j||l!| j \ winter the supply is always un
t oan be sure °f having your
wants filled. We are ready to
supply an}* kind of lumber you
WINDER LUMBER CO.,
WINDER, GEORGIA. Phone 47.
lit ma a w<ma,n on a railroad
nervous ti.'i-v ■
hfe .1 w
The way a gill entertains a man
Mhften to the rot lie talks to her
yr- \ DOES YOUR HORSE NEED A NEW
'MrJl Ukp( Not a diiicnit matter to make
bbn comfortable at small out-
we do tb e supplying of
t’WßSni bis overcoat. Blankets light
1 ; and blankets heavy—blankets
Vnh ' uamik W F Jr or seasons —are here in
great variet}' of material, color
ai >d pattern. About everything
* else a horse needs to wear, too.
copyright We have them from 90c tip.
OLIVER, CANNON & CO.
The farmers in this section are
about done gathering and getting
ready to sow wheat. If the wealth
er stays good, there will, he a great
deal <>f wheat-sown in this section.
Calli<■ Hosch and son, Mr.
Ilardie, sp nt Sunday at Bethle
hem, the guest-of Mrs. Hattie Hen
drix and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Hull Harrison and
family spent Saturday night and
[Sunday with Mr. F. M. McDonald
Mr. \V. L. Hosch and family, of
[Chapel, spent Sunday with the Ia t -
S tor's sister, Mrs. Bell Perkins and
| We are sorry to note that Mrs.
iP 11 Perkins is no better at this
| Mr. and Mrs. J. A. (>. Thomp
son spent Sunday with the latter’s
i sister, Mrs. Wiley Patton.
| Mr- and Mrs. TO. D. Treadwell,
iof Winder, spent Sunday with the
| latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W- i) Hendrix.
j Mr. Jobe Chandler and sister,
; Miss Lara, are spending a few days
i in Greensboro.
All who attended the oyster sup
per at the home of Mr. Jim Odum
Saturday night report! a nice
time. ' .
Air. and Mrs. N. L. Hutchins
Were in Athens 'Tuesday.
The corn shucking at Mr. Will
Jones’ Wednesday night was high
ly enjoyed by all present.
Mr. Will Wiley and Miss Nezie
Pricket t were married recently. We
wish for them a long and happy
Mr. M. T. Barrett visited his
brother, Mr- John Barrett, at Dry
Messrs- Ace Porter and Ly-le Pat
rick attended the all-day services at
Khenezcr Sunday; also the singing
at Mrs. Wall’s Sunday night.
Mr. WHi Wallace and family vis
ited the former’s parents at Holly
My. Joe Wallace visited his
brother, Mr. Will Wallace, Mon
Mr. N. L. Hutchins made a Irip
to Jefferson Monday.
Ben- J. C. PatrieK is attending
conference at McDonald, Ga.
J. M. B.
No man ever suited a woman
after die had known him for a year.
Although a woman knows she is
[ not |tn angel, slit* never f< >rgi vos a
Mr. ami Mrs. C. f. Ward are
[spending thin week with Mr. J. 11.
Clack ami family.
Mr. .1. L. Watters, of Campion,
! passed tlimugli our community
Mrs. T A. Smith ami Mrs. B. 0.
1 Kinney visited Mrs. Ihirvie Delay
Mrs. R. 1C Clack and son, Paul,
of Bethlehem, spent one night last
week in our burg.
! Mr. .1. N, I). MeKlroy and fauu-f
ly visited Mr. and Mrs. Erast us
Mr, and Mrs. Otis Cum]) and
children slpc-nt-Saturday night and
Sunday near Hebron church, the
guests of Mr. Oscar Harrison and
Miss Maude Clack will spend two
weeks at Winder.
Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Clack
spent Sunday with Mr. Albert ('lack
and family. \ .
The services at K bene/or Sunday
were well attended. Plenty of din
ner and two good sermons —one by
Rev. Manus, of Gainesville, arid
aie by Rev, R. F. Seaborn, regular
pastor. Tins was the pastor’s last
appointment fur this conference
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Elrod, of
Jefferson, had a little child to die
Sunday. Its remains were brought
to Ebcnezer Monday and interred
in the cemetery there. Their friends
of this community sympathize with
them in this sad hour.
Miss Essie Crook, a popular teaeh
jerof Dry Pond, opened her school
here Monday. The prospects are
fluttering for another year.
The friends of W. C. Roberts will
i regret to know of his sickness, and
j hope for him a speedy recovery.
Mrs. A. J. Fite, who has been
iin Jefferson for some time, has ro
: turned to her home. (Had to know
she is much improved.
Misses Essie and Lillie Elder visit-