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Winder weekly news. (Winder, Jackson County, Ga.) 18??-1909, December 09, 1909, Image 8

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“STORE NEWS.” WE WOULD again call your attention to the many values we are giving. We are still selling goods at our Clearance Sale prices which have been on for some time. We are offering rare values in all departments of our store. Our stock must be reduced by January Ist. In order to have it so, prices are still low. Any thing in fall merchandise at greatly reduced prices. Many have grasped the oppor tunity, and have been benefitted by the low prices, but we have yet in store for you many good values in “anything to wear.” The low prices we have put on our Men’s and Boys' Clothing is the talk of the whole community. We are actually selling men’s $lO suits for $4.98. This is men tioned just to give you an idea as to how cheap we are selling clothing. SHOES SHOES- ——SHOES We have enjoyed the best shoe business this season than we have in some time past. We not only have the goods, but we have the prices right. We carry a large line of shoes. Anything in c hoes for men, women, children and infants. Ladies’ and Children’s Jackets and Skirts. We have a few left to close out at exceedingly low prices. To increase our business we need you. To fill your wants you needs us. Everything to Wear Winder, Georgia CARTER HILL. A number of our farmers shred ed corn last week. Mr. Maughon’s sale was well at tended. Miss Annie ('ole was the guest of her sister, Mrs- F. J. Fuller, Thurs day night. Mr. Virge McDonald has moved his family to their home near Omer. . Miss Cammie Sims was the guest of relatives near Daeula recently. Mr. \V. M. Fuller and sister, Ruby, visited friends near Kbenezer Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Cammie Hill and bright lit - tl: grand-daughter, Naoma Sims, have returned from Hoschton. Mr. and Mrs. (!. \\ . Fuller art rejoicing in the presence of a wee baby girl. Mr- (ireen Hill and family, of Winder, visited relatives here Sun d iy. Mrs. A- J. Sims and daughti r vi'ited Mrs. Hill Sunday aft ernooi . The 1. (). o. K, met Monday ni'ht. The oyster supper they gave was said to he lint 1 . Well, Mr. Editor.that piece about that little Chinaman hit haV pretty liar 1. You must have turned'Tom Watson. Maybe if Tom a’u'd soitv of the others will keep hannfiering away, a great many of us will put on our thinking caps and read the Bible more. 1 wonder who Tyro thinks will answer all those questions he ask<d last week. Where has Sager and Nuff Sid gone? W. M. Fuller expects to leave for Athens Thursday, wheie he will enter college to study shorthand. Will the correspondent who asked the question, something like this: When, and by whom was the first Sunday school organized? Please answer. It seems that no one else knows. The candy drawing at F. J. Ful A scene in “LENA RIVLRS” at Lyric on 16th. j There are a few attractions chat come to the theatres that are in the way of staples to a merchant; attr; c tions upon which both the public and the theatre management can bank; the one for entertainment and the other for profit, and these two always go hand in hand. Such an attraction is Miss Beulah Poynter’s version of Mary J. Holmes’ popular novel, “Lena Rivers,” which will be seen at the Lyric Thursday, December 16. ler’s Tuesday night was well attend ed and highly enjoyed. The music with violin and banjo was the best part of the program. More family scraps should be consigned to the garbage can The Duke of (Irafton won t tell how much land he owns. That name sounds familiar- somehow. — Rome Tribune-Herald. A spinster never forgives a man for remaining a bachelor. Men who know the most about things know the least about women. In a matrimonial partnership a woman is never the silent partner. A woman can do one thing no man I can do; she can look pleased when she isn't-