SEEKING GRAPES, BOY DIES
IN FALL FROM TOP OF TREE.
Nes*on Seay, 9 years old. the
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Seay,
fell I'roin the top of at roe at Nor
cross. Ins home, Sunday afternoon
and was almost instantly killed.
The youngster, it is stated, had
climbed a tall tree full oi wild
grapes, and suddenly missed his
step or hold and in falling fell
clear, seriously hurting or break
ing his spine and head.
The body was brought to the
chapel of Greenberg & Bond. The
funeral will bo held Tuesday from
old Mo mt I’izgah church.
FATHER KILLS SON, MISTAK
ING BOY FOR A BURGLAR.
Vow Orleans. September 21.
John Bussell, wholesale produce
dealer, shot his son. John Bussell,'
Jr., to death with a pistol, mistak
ing him for a burglar trying to
enter the house just before day
break here today. Young Bussell,
who was going in for fishing tack
le. stumbled into bis father’s arms
after being shot and died a few
I nrle Sam bought 4M.000 Coles
llul IMast Heaters for Y. M. < A.
I hit and llarrackes in France be
en use they saved 2. r to HO per
cent Fuel Mill; and uhats good for
Uncle Sam is good for you. It you
need a Heater see or Telephone us.
Woodruff I hardware < ’o.
John Deere hiding Plows does
better work and cost less Wood
ruff lla rdware < ’o.
If you could find a place where
you could buy coal at 33 per cent
off wouldn’t you do it ? If you use
a Foies Hot IMast Heater you have
found Hie place so get the Heater
Woodruff Hardware Fo.
Het a Syrocustt Slat Mol board
original invents of Shit Mol hoards
all others are imitations Woodruff
I lardw are ('o.
JUST RECEIVED a solid FAR
LOAD of GALVANIZED ROOF
l\<i, best quality. Smitli Hard
. . WANTED.
Wanted to rent a two horse
crop. •>i , d and -Ith, with good duel
ing and out buildings. If I can get
suited on standing rent, would
consider. Apply to L. .1. Henry,
I’>uford, <la. Route 2.
Have you seen that now \YIDK
TKACk. WIDK I’.uDV TIIOKN
1111,L W.UiON- Its a beauty and
better Ilian it looks. Sold by Sniitli
Wo are fortunate in being able
to offer our trade, the original
Coles Hot Hlast Heating Special
ties our supply is limited see tis at
onoo. Woodruff Hardware Cos.
Who likos to get out of bed and
build a tire on a eold morning? If
you have a Coles Hot blast you
don’t have to do it ; get one by all
means. Woodrffiuff Hardware Cos.
Keeping Warm in Finland.
In many ways tin* Finns nre a very
queer people. It Is during the terrible
cold months that the Finns revel In
the mighty ovens ttint till one corner
of every kitchen and often loom up
large and vastly Impressive In the oth
er rooms of a Finn home ns well. The
tops of these monster stoves are per
fectly flat, and steps lead up on one
side. When tile weather becomes bit
terly coin and Weak, the entire Finnish
family w ill take quilts and pillows and,
mounting to the top of the hig heat
er, spread down their bedding and
aleep very comfortably and contented
ly on the hard hot bricks until morn
ing.—N’evla O. Winter, in Christian
The worst thins about advice, ob
serves a writer, Is thut those who are
qualified to give It never do. and tboae
who insist upon serving you with a
fob, ivveii-course table d'hote roeal of
It, always prove to be the worst a t
! APPALACHEE GOES TO MARS
The M4th session of the Appala
chee Association was one of the
best in the entire history of the
body. All the reports showed pro
gress in every phase ot f hurch
work and life.
Every chureb was represented
and the crowds overfilled the
house at Ebernezer.
The hospility of the people was
unsurpassed. Each moment prov
ed inspiring interesting and enter
taining to the delegates and visi-
The entire day of Thursday
was given over to the discussion
of the 75 Million Campaign by
such speakers as Mrs. \Y . M. llol
senbeok of \\ indcr, Mrs. Kate ( .
Wakefield of Atlanta. I lon. A. It.
Mobley of Monroe, Dr. John I).
Moll of Athens, Bev. W. If. Faust
of Winder. I>r. \V. 11. Major of
Atlanta, Bev. W. B. Deal of Halt
well, I)r. F. < \ Met onnell of At
lion. Josiab Blasingame of Jer
sey, was unamiously elected mod
erator and Bev. W. 11. Faust
Bev. Virgil < 'ofield of Monroe,
is to preach the next Introduction
Sermon. Bev. AY. S. W alker of
Monroe, the Missionary Sermon.
The historic old church of "Mars
Hill was chosen as next meeting
place in Sept. 1920.
The Association agreed to raise
$144,000.00 in the 75 Million Drive
appointed as follows among the
A loony Mt. $3,000, Annie Mary
1.8(H). Bethel 2.000, Bethlehem 500
Bold Springs 5,000. Braswell 1.000
Center Hill 5.000, Ebenezer 1.000.
Harmony 2,500, Monroe 05,000,
Mt. Creek 2,500. Walker Chapel
500, Winder 11. 2.000. Winder f.
155,000, BetlmLara 5,000. Bogart
1,000. Fdwards Chapel 500, Free
mans Creek 2.200, High Shoals
1,000. Mars Hill 2.000, Watkins
Mill 5,000, Bishop 500.
Rev. W. 11. Faust is organizer
and the oppressive leader in this
campaign. In next week’s issue
will He a full page ad giving the
essential facts in tlie campaign.
These aggressive churches will
easily go over the top if each Bap
tist will do his or her part.
GERMANS WILL DOUBLE
With the American Forces in
Germany, September 22. —German
railway officials are preparing for
an increase in transportation rates
throughout Germany. Owing to a
scarcity of coal and the lack of
rolling stock, much of which has
been turned over to tbe allies, ac
cording to the terms of peace.
German railway administration
officials believe that an increase of
100 percent in the railroad rates
will he necessary.
ALL PLANTS RUN AT BIR
(By Associated Press.)
Birmingham, Ala., September
22.—Little effect of the steel
workers strike was noted in the
Birmingham district when the day
shifts reported for work this
Every plant in this district was
running at full Blest and at plants
of the Tennessee Coal Iron and
Railroad Company in Knsley more
men reported for work than were
needed to till the shifts, it was
Comparatively few men wolked
out under the strike order, the
number being far under the esti
mate of union leaders. Labor or
ganizations attributed tbe small
response to tlte net that tomorrow
is pay day at two large plants in
the litislev district and that two
others pay Thursday,
Coal miners of tlie district re
mained at work, obeying orders
from national headquarters.
THE BARROW TIMES WINDER, GEORGIA.
A NEWTON COUNTY GENTLE
MAN NOW DEAN OF THE
LIBERAL ARTS OF
(By an Emory Student.)
.. In response to the call occa
sioned by the resignation of Doc
tor Edgar H. Johnson as Dean of
the School of Liberal Arts of
Emory University at the first of
this year, Doctor Howard W
Odum, who lias been at the bead
of the Department of Sociology
and Rural Education at the Uni
versity of (ieorgia for the past
few years, assumed the Deansbip
on the moving of the College to
Emory University, near Atlanta,
and opening of the summer ses-
A Biblical Saying goes that “a
prophet is not without honor,
save in his own country.” The stu
dents of Emory believe they have
found an exception to the rule in
the modern day acceptance of the
term, for Doctor Odum is a New
ton County man, having spent his
youth and young manhood in the
vicinity of Oford arid Emory Col
It would he difficult to find a
more interesting academic career
than that of Doctor Odum. In
1904 he graduated from Emory
with the degree of Bachelor of
Arts; in 1906 he was awarded his
master’s degree at the University
of Mississippi; in 1909 a Doctor
of Philosophy at Clark University,
Worcester, Mass., specializing in
Educational Psychology. One year
later, 1910, he secured another
“Pli.D.” at Columbia in Econo
mics and Sociology.
The future of this institution is
assured. A germ of greatness has
been in this school for years, but
never before were the prospects
so promising as today. The oppor
tunity is at hand. The Foundation
is strong and it is a surety that no
storms can destroy what has been
accomplished. All possible confi
dence is placed in Doctor Odum
for great things, and with tlie co
operation that Emory men always
give, Emroy University is bound
to accomplish her goal.
It was with delight and pleas
ure that the Students welcomed
Doctor Odum. At the same time
having viewed the resignation of
Doctor Johnson with a greatful
spirit, he having assumed the lea
dership of another and recent De
partment of tlie University, The
School of Economics and Business
—the Kitchen Cabinet that
saves miles of steps
—if we can show you how. the
Hoosier will save many steps each
—if we can prove that yourkitch
en work can be done in less time
with a Hoosier to help.
—will you devote a few minutes
to a personal investigation of this
—then come and see the Hoosier
demonstrated. We guarantee that
an early visit will be well worth
W. T. ROBINSON
Eskimo* Play Football.
Football Ist n favorite nTutiaeraeol
with Eskimos of all n-ges. The foot
ball la a small round ball made of seal
skin and stlifted with reindeer tiatr-
In Labrador, as In Greenland, It ta
whipped over the Ice with a thong loop
lttactefl to a wooden twniUe. It can
be caught inafce air and returned with
terrific fores by meaua of this laetni
7-Ronm dwelling equipped with Electric Lights, City Water and
►Sewerage. This dwelling is practically new and is on large corner lot
that runs all the way across block. This is a real bargain for someone
a1 $3,750.00 Terms.
7-Room dwelling, 4-room tenant house, Bam and other outbuildings
on corner lot containing three acres. Good Fruit and shade trees.
This lot is in good residence section and can be bought at the price
Farming lands in Barrow and Jackson Counties ranging in price
from $75.00 an acre up. Land in other parts of the state at $lO.OO
an acre and upward.
5- Bungalow practically new with City Lights and Water,
Barn and Garage on nice lot on Midland Avenue. Price only $2,000.00
2 4-Room Cottages on corner lot of two acres on Candler Street at
$4,500.00 Easy Terms.
6- dwelling in good repair, equipped with City Lights and
Water, on Large corner lot with enough space for another residence.
'ln desirable location. Price $3,500.00
We have for sale a number of desirable vacant lots in various parts
of the City.
Money to Loan on Real Estate, at Low rate of Interest on long
See us before you buy.
I. E. JACKSON & COMPANY
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
One of the greatest factors in popularizing tlie motor ear has been the
vast improvement in automobile tires In the olden days the tire question
was about the biggest bugaboo that disturbed the motorist ’s peace of mind
If lie started on a journey lie was indeed fortunate if lie ever finished it. i1 is
troubles were a fertile field for the comic supplements and many jokes were
cracked at bis expense.
All this is changed today. Tires are indefinitely more dependable now. But
although tires are being built with a much higher factor of safety and depen
dability than ever before, and much greater mileage built into them at the fac
tory, thousands of motorists are constantly discarding tires that have failed
to reach their three score and ten.through no fault of the tires.
Millions of miles that were built into the tires failed of attainment last
year through lack of the simplest repairs that could easily have been made by
the motorist, himself. jr
So a national tire conservation movement lias been inaugurated with the ob
pect of showing motorists everywhere methods of tire care that will add
many miles to the performance of their tires.
Carrying out this idea. The Tire Service Station of Winder Ga.. has ar
ranged to have a tire expert from The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Cos., assist
in the observance of Tire Conservation Day on Sept. 30th.
“There is no question that motorists of Winder and vicinity can get more
miles from their tires.” says Mr. Camp. So we have secured this expert to
come to our place to demonstrate the simple methods of tire care that will add
wonderfully to tire mileage. We have not asked him to make a stock demon
stration speech, but have arranged for him to give individual attention to ev
ery" motorist that has a tire problem to be worked out.
“Me will show just how tires are made, from the crude rubber to the lu
ished tire, and will have tires with him illustrating every kind of tire wear
that motorists experience. Methods of combatting each one of these particu
lar kinds of tire trouble will be fully explained.
“\Ye feel that our local motorists are entitled to know how they can avoid
the disappointment that comes from putting away tires that have not attained
their full mileage, and we are expecting that Tire Conservation Day at our
place will result in an increase of thousands of miles of tire performance.”
THE TIRE SERVICE STATION
ROBT. A. CAMP, Proprietor
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25