Miss Zora Harnoml Friday
afternoon with Miss Rosa Lee
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Mr. and Mrs. Guy Prickett and
daughter, Mary Nell spent the week
end with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ilardigree
spent Sunday with friends near
The road leading from the Hank
head highway to Chandler s ( ourt
Ground is almost impassable, the
bridges are down and washed opt
very badly; there should lie some
thing done for this road at onec.
Mr. and Mrs. Tate Casper and
children were the guests of relatives
at New Chapel Sunday.
Mrs. M. A. McCoy is with her
daughter, Mrs. Myers of Jefferson.
Sunday School was organized at
this place Sunday with Mr. R. L.
Key as Superintendent. We would
he glad for every one to come and
help us with this good work.
Miss Thelma Priekett and Mr.
Ilerehel Lewallen were married on
last Tuesday night, we wish for
them a long and happy life.
Mrs. Anna Hammond spent Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. 11. A.
Mrs. Lou Couch and children
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Misses Jewel Williamson. Norma
Ilardigree and Addie B. Bowman
spent Friday night with their
teacher. Miss Irene Roberts, of
Little Ruth Patrick, of Oak
Grove, is the guest of her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prickett.
The S. 11. S. Faculty were pres
ent at the Teachers Institute in
"Winder Friday and were entertain
ed at lunch by Miss Inez Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sykes were
visitors in the city during a part
of last week.
Miss Louise Daniel has returned
from St. Mary s Hospital in Ath
ens, where she underwent an opera
tion on Friday.
Misses Ruth Whitman and Ruth
Arnold and Maud Gordon were in
Athens shopping Friday.
Mrs. J*. M. L. Thurmond and son
James spent Friday with Mr. and
Mrs. Y. A. Daniel in Athens.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory W right an
nounce the birth of a daughter.
i ne many friends of Mrs. 'l'. J.
Sykes will be glad to know she is
recovering from her illness.
Miss Sadie Sims spent the week
end in Athens.
> Miss Modelle Hale spent the
week-end at home.
Misses Ross, Tronic. Lowe and
Roselle Ross and Mr. Chns. Ross
were in Athens Saturday.
Mrs. E. E. Bishop and daughter.
Ola Glenn, and Mr. Edward Bishop
were week-end guests of Mrs. J. M.
Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Holcombe and
children and Misses Bessie and
Pearl Lanier spent the week-end
in Sparta with Mrs. Dora Tucker.
Mr. Lucius Tucker, just returned
from Europe, is spending the week
with his sister, Mrs. T. L. Holcomb.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Lowe and
Hattie Lowe spent the week
end in Atlanta guests of Mrs. ■
Rev. Mr. Brinsfield delivered two
very able sermons at the Methodist
The Mission Study Class com
posed of twelve ladies will meet
regularly each Tuesday afternoon
at 4 o’clock at the Baptist church.
There will be preaching at 11:00
o’clock on the fifth Sunday at Stid
ham Baptist church. The public
invited to come and worship God
on this day.
We are sorry to learn of the very
serious illness of Mr. Tom Perkins.
The many friends of Mr. Lesser
Clark will regret to hear that he
is not doing so well after under
going a very serious operation in
an Atlanta hospital bust Thursday
The friends of Mrs. G. 11. Per
kins and Mv. L Greeson are
sympathizing with them in the lass
of their mother. Mrs. Nancy Gree
son, who died last week.
Misses Villie Fowler and Bessie
Bailey spent Tuesday night with
Miss Willie M. Kdgar.
These bright sunshiny days are
very much appreciated by the tann
ers after so much rain for the past
Prof. Ilolsenbeek, Mr. W. IT.
Jlosch an<l Mr. Hunt, Misses Dil
lard, Allen and Holton visited the
school at this place on Tuesday of
last week, and gave some very in
teresting talks on different subjects.
Their visit was very much-enjoyed
and that they will come often is
There will he a box supper at
this place on Friday night, March
28. Avery interesting program
has been arranged and all who do
,eomc are promised a nice time.
Every body invited to attend.
The little girl of Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. I lollifield is seriously sick at
this writing. We hope for her a
very ipeedy recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McDaniel
were visiting at Carither’s Mill
Mrs. T. J. and N. R. Austin and
Miss Mamie Austin werq the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Austin near
Carter Hill Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Casey were
recent visitors in our section, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
YOUNG JERSEY COW
I have a fine vouyg Jersey cow,
fresh in, for sale. If you wish to
buy see me right away at Auburn.
Ga. Mrs. Lula A. Cain.
Ca. e of Telephone
The telephone Is a lie t receptacle
for germs of every kind, arid little at
tention is paid to sterilizing this much
used machine. It should be washed
out with alcohol as often us required,
and to keep the dust out of it make a
small round cover of soft leather or
heavy cloth and stitch a broad ribbon
around the edge, through which cun
be ruu a drawing string or elrstic. I’ut
this over tlio transmitter.
Farm on Bankhead Highway
We have a desirable farm for
sale jiCt four miles west of Winder
on the Bankhead Highway.
This is your opportunity, for in
a few more years a farm this near
Winder and this great highway will
cost's2oo. per acre or more.
Lamar & Perry, Georgia
IN VICTORY LOAN
Widely-Known Financial Editor Suc
ceeds W. C. Wardlaw, Who Be
comes Associate Director
Haynes McFadden, of Atlanta, pub
lisher of the Southern Banker, has
been appointed chairman of the ex
ecutive committee for the Sixth Fed
eral District in the Victory Doan cam
paign, it was announced this week by
Governor Joseph A. McCord, head of
the district war loan organization. He
succeeds W. C. Wardlaw, chairman for
four successful campaigns, who has
been made associate director and as
sistant to Governor McCord in the war
loan work. Mr. McFadden has b?en
active in former campaigns, and was
vice chairman in the fourth Liberty
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Avery large proportion of the coun
ties In the Southern States have adopt
ed the individual quota sjstem for the
Victory Loan, and expect thereby to
distribute the investments in securi
ties over wider ground. By this sys
tem, every citizen will be assigned a
definite quota which he is expected to
take, just as states and counties have
their quotas. This will be based on
his income and property, and will be
subject to change by a local appeals
committee if he feels his quota has
been fixed at too high a .figure.
In previous campaigns, counties
which used the individual quota plan
went over the top quickly and by a
large margin, without placing the bur
den of heavy investments on compar
atively few patriotic citizens. This
plan makes every man feel certain that
his neighbor also is carrying his share
' the obligation to his country.
Muscles of a Bird’s Wings.
It Is estimated that the muscles of
i bird’s wing are 20 times more pow
erful, proportionately speaking, than
hose of a man’s arm.
Stropping Razor on the Hand.
It Is claimed that the finest strop for
n razor Is the fleshy part of one’s hand
below the little finger. If It is a safety
razor blnde grnsp It between the thumb
and first finger of the right hand and
strike finger nail and blade at the
same time on the fleshy part of the left
hand. If you will do It slowly at first
the motion becomes automatic. A lit
tle vaseline on the cutting edge is said
to keep the blades constantly in first
Happiness of heart and soul can
be willed. It is psychologically true
that the laugh which Is at first forced
may later be made genuine. Try It.
Try rending the joy column of the pa
pers and magazines. Treasure the
good ones and pass them on to friends.
Don’t destroy a play because It Is for
laughing ipurposes only. Hunt such
comedies and toll others of them.
Start every day in good humor, with
a smile. It will help brighten the day
AN INTERESTING LETTER
March 4th, 1919.
Dear Brother Lewis.
I will answer your letter that
I received a few days ago. \>4s
very glad to hear from you. I
am well and having a fine old
time. Hope these few lines will
find you the same.
Well Lewis we are having some
mighty fine spring-time weather
now, is coming to
Say, I will tell you about some
of my experiences on the Muse-
Argonne front. One day last
October a patrol of 12 men, I in
the bunch, went out to find the
enemy’s position, the woods were
f>o had we couldn't move hardly
without making a noise. We had
to climb over and under large
.trees that were cut down by the
artillery fire, but we managed to
get through. We advanced with
in fifty yards of the enemy’s line
Jiefore we were fired on. They
pnade it pretty hot for us, but we
stuck for a few minutes and gave
them just as many bullets as they
gave us. I planted my automatic
rifle in a shell hole and fired three
clips, each clip holding twenty
rounds of ammunition. The Ger
mans being so good at the game,
they located my position at once
and chucked a hand grenade at
me. The grenade struck a small
tree in front of me which caused
the grenade to hit about three
yards to my left and exploded the
pressure, and I was knocked sense
less for a few minutes. After I
came to myself and found that I
was not hurt, I took my automa
tic and fell back a few yards and
got behind a large tree that was
lying on the ground and pounded
■the led into them until we got
orders to fall back to our old posi
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Cushions and Glass Lights
Can Make a Top for Any Kind of Car
We save you money on your Top because
we are manufacturers —WHOLESALE AND
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Well I have written about all I
can think of. will close for this
time. Write soon.
Cpl. Clyde L. Swords,
Cos. K„ 4th Infantry.
Your neighbor's home burned only a few days or months ago, and a
cyclone is likely to strike this section at any time, so INSURE with US
anl lie down at night with a clear conscience and a peaceful mind. Don t
DELAY. It may mean the loss of your home. Any man ca:i build a home
once. A WISE man insures his property fn a reliable insurance company
so that when calamity comes he can build again. He owes the protection
that it gives, to ihs peace of mind and the care of his loved ones.
Kilgore, Radford & Smith
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In 15 Minutes
AND YOU CAN GO
Have You Any
Cotton to Gin?
I will be ginning ev
ery day during this
week; so if you have
any cotton, bring it
any’ day during this
week and next week.
G.W. Summer our
LOST OR STOLEN.
My car number 59803. The
finder of this number will be re
warded by returning to me.
F. L. Sims, Winder, Ga.