JUST A FEW WORDS.
Have you as yet bought your Fall and
Winter Wearables? If you have not, don’t
delay, but come here and let us show you
how much money we can save you on your
Beginning today and continuing until Christmas, we offer the
following greatly reduced prices: .
S3 l /s Off on ail Clothing.
33V3 Off on all Ladies' Suits.
50 % Off on ail Laddies’ Jackets.
50 “ Off on all Men's Overcoats.
Every article in this store is marked lower than any store elsewhere, and we
guarantee every purchase. Remember our prices are lower than the lowest.
Quality good as the best. Yours for business,
H. MENDEL & COMPANY,
Neadq jarters for
1 have on hand FIREWORKS
of all kinds. Cali on me- Your
wants can be supplied at
J. J. FOSTER,
Pea Hill, on Winder-Jefferson
WINDER LUMBER CO.
WINDER , GEORGIA. Phone 47.
' Its an old adage which advises
that we should never bet with a
man at his own game, and yet
Judge Newt Morris is indulging in
a game of cards—writing with
little Joe. If he gets forgiveness
ke’ll never do it again.—Commerce
DECORATING FOR XMAS
sh mid include touching up the woo'd
work and freshening up the hous for
Yuletide festivies with the Kherson
paints. You will find that these
paints are the most convenient and
economical way of keeping your
hvgeniCjfreih and wholesome. When
your painted wood work, walls, floor
or house needs retouching try the
It seems that Tom Watson and
the editor of the Farmers Union
News are at outs. Never have
thought much of that man Duck
worth, and if he attempts to lead
the farmers’ union off after the
ship subsidy steal, good-bye to the
farmers union. It will go glimmer
One of the Latest events at this
end of the lire was the uniting in
marriage of Mrs. Nora Freeman, of
this place, and Mr. Marcus M.
Dodd, of Prospect church, last Sun
day, at l:dO o’clock, at the hos
pitable home of her parents, Mr
and Mrs. E- J. Freeman, in the
presence of a large number of rela
tives and admiring friends. As
they stood beneath a horse-shoe
arch in the parlor, Rev. R-N. Abra
ham, of Jefferson, in a beautiful
and impressive ceremony, pro
nounced them man and wife.
Miss Nora is the second daughter
of Mr. L. J. Freeman and a pretty
young woman with many noble
traits of character, while Mr. Dodd
is a rising young man and prosper
ous farmer. \Ye lift our hats and
extend our hand to them with the
hope that they may have a happy
vovage through life.
The presents were many and
beautiful and attested the popu
larity of this young couple.
The Editor’s Grouch.
The automobile is a large iron
and rubber contrivance for trans
forming gasoline into speed, luxury,
excitement and obituaries. It con
sists of a handsome leather uphol
stered carriage U>dv mounted on fat
rubber wheels, and contains a giz
zard full of machinery suffering
from various ailments. It is the
speediest and most stylish form of
transportation known. It has run
lfX> miles an hour and costs SI,(XX)
a minute. It can transport seven
people from the front porch to the
police station, the bankruptcy court
or the golden gates in less time than
any other method. —Bremen Gate*
This is straight talk right from the shoulder
and we make good every assertion. All we
ask is that these of you who have not made
your purchases, don’t fail to come here and
see our goods and get our prices, as we have
marked everything down to the very bottom.
MRS. W. L. JACKSON ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. Walter Jackson was a charm
ing hostess of the Young Matron’s
Club recently in honor of Miss Ellen
Eaunius, of Monroe,who was the at
tractive guest of Miss Ethel Jack
The lower floor was thrown open
to the guest, and was artistically
decorated with tall vaees of white
and yellow chrysanthemums and
quani tie’s of holly ar.d autumn leaves
Several games were engaged in
during the afternoon. Mrs. T. A.
Maynard, making highest score, re
ceived a beautiful hand-painted bon
bon dish, while Miss Eaunius, the
guest of honor, received a beautiful
After the games a delicious menu
was served in courses. Those invi
ted not members of the Huh were.
l\fisses Ellen Eaunius, Ethel Jack
son, Cleo Rush, Ora Eee Camp,
Anna Cook, Tavie Mathews, Reha
Whitehead and Mrs. Clara Jones.
Some men can’t make good even
with free raw material.
Mr- Guy Roberts and wife, of
Pendergrass, were in town Sunday.
Several from Wind* r were up
Sunday in their horseless buggies.
We regret to loose Mr. and Mrs.
B. F- Young from our town, our
loss is Gainesville’s gain.
Rev. .J. F. Davis filled his first
appointment at the Methodist
The farmers around here are sow
ing more grain than common this
Give a woman plenty of rope and
she will hang her washing on it.
Rev. .J. C. Forrester filled his
appointments at Oxford and Sardis
W. 11. Craig, of Gainesville, was
visiting here Sunday. •
OUR BEST ADDS
Are never printed in the news
papers. Do you know where our
best advertising is done? In the
This telling you about things is
all right, maybe, hut it isn’t half
as satisfactory as bringing you face
face to with your requirements.
Showing you is our favorite
method. There is no talk that can
he half as compelling as the goods
themselvs. Here is the best of
furniture at it’s l-st.
Our confidence comes from ;i
knowledgs of what’s what, in furni
ture and the way our stock stands
today we can truthfully say that
we never asked anybody to view an
assortment that was quite as worthy*
You ar<- invited. Come. W. T.
On tl 10 premises, seven miles
from W inder and Jefferson, Mon
day, December 20th, I will soli to
the highest bidder. Five mules,
two young Red .Jacket horses, corn,
fodder, wagons and even thing kept
on a first-class farm. Terms made
known day of sale.
W. J. Cou.i.vs,
Jefferson, (la., Route 2.
Owing to ill health T am closing
up my affairs, and this is to notify
all parties indebted to me either by
note or account that I must have an
immediate settlement. You can
find your note or account either at
my place of business or at Smith <t
A. D. Chandler.
Pope Brown says llatly he will
not lie in the race for governor
year. Well, who said he would?"**