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:
Rev. and Mrs. J. (’. Put rick and
daughter,Miss .Jessie, of Oak Grove,
visited Mr. T G. M. Chandler and
Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. Kite,' of
Statham, spent Saturday and Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Henry S.
Misses Bertha and Alice Wood,
of Elmw "ood, spent the week-end
M’ith their sister, Mrs. J. It. John
Misses Sunie Segars and Boneta
A all spent Saturday night and Sun
day with Miss Claudie Johnson,
The pound supper given Saturday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. It. Johnson was highly enjoyed
by all present.
Miss Bluford Sims spent the
week-end with home folks.
Miss Omie Segars, of Union
Academy, visited Miss Jurelle Chan
dler Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Lon Whitehead spent Satur
day night with Mr. Fate Fulcher.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. T- Wood visited
home folks Sunday.
Messrs. Ezra and Lamar Hope
visited in Atlanta last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins, of
Candler, have moved into our settle
Miss Fannie Hancock is visiting
friends in Jefferson this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fite made a
business trip to Winder Saturday.
Mrs. J. M. Johnson is visiting
in Atlanta, the guest of her son,
Mr. C. E. Johnson. J.
The darkness of life is never so
£reat but there is some ray of light
to be thankful for. —Ex.
It takes a woman of tack to smile
when her rival is praised.
33V3 % Off on all Clothing.
33V3 “ Off on all Ladies" Suits.
50 “ Off on ah Ladies’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,
Bain and cold weather.
Moving time is here-
Christmas,the children’s holiday,
is nearly upon us. Let’s all be
1 think The News force ought to
take Christmas instead of being eon
lined to a dingy print shop trying
to make noth ends meet. You have
given u> splendid service, so why
not ring off for Christmas week.
Mr. Sam Teal has moved his
family to Gwinnett county.
Mr- I’liilmore Haves has moved
to Oglethorpe county.
Mr. John X. Ross, and family,
of Jefferson, will move to this sec
tion in the near future. Judge Boss
is making extensive improvements
on his farm here. We gladly wel
come John and his excellent wife
lo this section.
Mr. Luther Grizzle and wife visit
ed relatives in Oconee county one
day this week.
The entertainment at Mr- L. L.
Jones one day last week was highly
enjoyed by all present-
Why do so many people Jjiink
Christmas is a time to dm k? Isn’t
it as much a disgrace to get drunk
at this time of year as it is any
time? We think it is more so.
This should he a season of worship
and thanksgiving. Try spending
the money you would put in whisky
for a present for father, mother,
sister, brother or ehild and see how
it pans out. It will not only make
someone happy, but will do you
good, while whisky can only mean
harm and trouble.
Little Hoyt Jones spent last week
with Mrs. Will llaynie at Tyro.
Old times are sweetest and old
friends are surest. —Ex.
Misses Cook and Wood, of near
Carl, visited their aunt, Mrs- J. B.
Cox, tr.is week.
Mr. Charles Manning spent Sun
day with Rev. R. J. Huff. Mr.
Manning is from Atlanta.
Miss A. P. Dillard, of Arnolds
ville, will visit Mrs. B. B. Russell
Mrs. George Coker, of Athens, is
visiting Mrs- W. F. Bell this week.
Several fine hogs w. re killed in
our town during the cold spell.
Mr and Mrs. Rasborry Cofer
spent Thursday with Mrs. J. R.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Cox have re
turned to Hieir home at New Tim
othy from an extended visit to Mrs.
J. R. Cox.
Rev. Seabron Arnold tilled his
regular appointment here Saturday
and Sunday with a large crowd
Mr. Carl Cox visited his parents
Sunday. He is now holding a fine
position with one of the leading
dry good firms of Athens.
Mr. \V. 11. Burson, who has been
very sick, is somewhat improved in
Mrs. George Johns and little
daughter, Susie, and Mrs. Hillman
Jackson visited friends here Satur
The warehouse which is being
built on the Seaboard railroad, in
front of Mr. J. L.J. Beil’s,will soon
be a mpleted.
Rev. X. E. Mcßreyer who was
assigned at the last session 'of the
North Georgia eonfeaence to the
home which was donated by Judge
It. B. Russell, moved to our city
this week, and is now at home at
the parsonage, corner Hiwassee
Street and Madison Avenue. Mrs.
Mcßreyer and their sons, Flether
and Warren.accompanied him. The
two daughters will come later.
This isstraight talk right from the shoulder
and we make good every assertion. All we
ask is that those 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.
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