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D Quick Hud Soap, 8 bars 25c Q
w Surv-us “ 5 “ ~.25c H
B White beans, 3J lbs 25c 5
5 Pin to “ 3* “ 25c p
H Keg Soda 5£ “ 25c H
B 32-Inch Suiting 12c S
Z Men and Boys’ Overalls,... SI,OO, 1.(50 and 1.75 H
; Men’s Hats, 2.25, 2.75, 3.00 and $3,50 S
£ Cotton Serge 25c yd. £
Z Boys’ Union Suits 75c «<
*j Chatnbray 10 and 12c yd. *
Z Sheeting 10c yd. £
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\ C. W. Foester & CO, I
LaFayette, Georgia £3
| TiUON 4
Miss Bernice Mcßryant, of Chat
tanooga spent the week-end with
Miss Monica Pennington.
Miss Catherine Caperton returned
to her home in Vi -ginisi Tuesday •.!-
Ir a month’s vivt to relatives here.
Little James Wilbanks was quite
ill with tonsilitis last week.
J. K. Smith of Holland the
week-end here with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Agnew were
shopping in Home Thursday. ,
H. R. Stickney left Tuesday for
his home in East Bridgewater, Mass
after having llnished his wort as
engineer with the Trion Co. Mr.
Stickney is cmplored by Jackson &
Moreland, Boston, Mass.
Mrs. R Martin spent Friday in
LaFayet.le with Mrs. I. H. Holleman.
Mrs. J. K. Veal and Miss Patlie
Gail lard spent the week-end in
Messrs H. E. Rungo and H. R.
Stickney and Or. J. R. Todd spent
from Friday until Sunday in Atlanta.
Mrs. Chas. Whitner and little
daughter and Mrs. Foster Simpson
have returned to Porter Springs.
Mrs. J. P. Bowie of Rome is vis
iting tier daughters of this place.
W. L. McGinnis spent the week
end in Rome.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Thompson and
11. E. Runge motored to Chattanoo
Miss Bertio Bohanon of Broom
jtown spent Friday and Saturday
here with Mrs. W. P. Tate.
Miss Walker of Atlanta who is
supervisor of the schools for child
ren between 14 and 16 years of age
employed in mills was here Tuesday
Rev. J. G. Black, of Buford Ga.,
will preach at the Trion Baptist
church Sunday night.
Rev. J. W. Ham spent the week
' end in Buena Vista.
Mrs. Slarence llix returned Sun
day from Harbin’s hospital where
Place your orders for Xmas
Engraved Cards, Personal, Bus
iness and Professional Cards
with us. We have the agency
for Webb & Vary Co., Atlanta.
Samples are on display at this
Walker County Messenger
she underwent an operation and is
from school Monday and Tuesday
on account of illness.
Miss Adeline Bowie w3J absent
The many friends of Rev. T. H.
Williams will rejoice that he is re
turning to tho Trion Methodisl
Born to Mr. and Mrs Joe Small
wood Nov. 12, a son.
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* HEAD RIVER NEWS *
As I am just a cross the 'ine in
Dade county and feel an inlerest Tn
all the affairs of ou • neighbor "oun
ty So I am sending a few dots from
this little place.
Oscar Hale has soil out and is
moving to Rising F iwn We hate
to see such good loighbor? leave.
V)r. Gardener ma lea professional
Call lo Reid Johnso.i s Monday
It is reported that little Griff
Johnson has pneumonia
Mrs Smith left Saturday to spend
the winter with her son in S. Ala.
We are preparing for a thanksgiv
ing service at the church and the
school children are preparing a good
County School Superintendent J.
B. Dugan will be at our school one
day this week.
At the telephone meeting Satur
day night, it was decided to repair
our line(j elect otllcers and have
some system in (he matter, all of
which are badly needed.
Rev. Abercrombie, the pastor of
our church will conduct a few days
revival service next week. Lets all
work together and make it a suc
j cessful one.
Sunday School, B. Y. P. U, and
prayer meeting were well attended
FOR SALE OR TRADE-6 yearlings
or will trade for milk cow.—C. M.
drown, Alton Park Tenn. R. 6. Box
HI, 1 mile east of Flints tone, Ga. ltx
WALKER COTTNTY MESSE NGER. NOVEMBER 18, 1921.
WINONA REGRETS TO
LOSE DR. ANDERSON
Dr. J. P. Anderson who recently
accepted the call of the local Pres
byterian church as its pastor, to
gether with his charming family,
are being given a warm welcome by
the people of LaFayette. Dr. An
derson formerly was pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Winona,
Miss. Upon his departure from Wi
nona, the churches of that city held
a union meeting and passed resolu
tions of appreciation of his serv
ices and regret in losing Dr. Ander
son and his family.
Below is the story in the Winona
Times of the union service, under
the date of Oct. 28th:
“Last Sunday night all churches
of the city united in a large union
service at the Presbyterian church
to bid farewell to the pastor of the
church who left this week to take
charge of a church in Georgia.
‘The Presbyterian church was
tilled to overflowing and the musi
cal program was rendered by the
different choirs of the city.
“At the conclusion of a splendid
sermon by Dr. Anderson, resolu
tions were offered by Judge G. A.
McLean upon the removal of Dr.
Anderson and family from Winona.
"After the adoption of the reso
lutions Rev. George V Harris of the
Episcopal church, Rev. J. H. Hooks
of the Baptist church and Mr. L. A.
French, of the Methodist church,
all spoke words of regret concern
ing the departure of Dr. Anderson
and family. After the benediction a
farewell handshaking party was en
gaged in, in which the various con
gregations of the city took part,
been residents of Winona for one
“Dr. Anderson and family have
year and a half, and during that
time have won the love and esteem
of entire citizenship of Winona. Dr.
Anderson is a broad minded minis
ter, a splendid citizen, and it is with'
i*egret that the Times chronicles
his departure from our midst.”
* CENTER GROVE *
Bro. McF ! arland of Rossville is
carrying on a revival meeting here.
Miss Bettie Bird is on the sick
list this week.
, Mrs. R. A. Skates is very sick at
Joseph Oters has been visiting his
daughter below LaFayette.
Mr. and Mrs. Fate Harris oi na
’ Fayette were the week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tters.
Mrs. George Cranmore and Mrs.
Victoria Noblitt were visiting Mrs.
Maggie Stephenson Sunday.
Remember S. S. and come. CAT
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Bro. Cannon will 1111 his regular
appointment at Payne’s Chapel Sun
day. Come and make the day worth
Mrs. Norman Melnnes is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J M Hendricks of Chat
We were glad lHP|brEh ?aHis..to
Miss Mary Elmore is on an ex
tended visit to relatives in Chatta
Miss Daisy Sims of Cenchat has
been visiting Mrs. C. S. Massey.
MrS. Bud Harris and Mr. and Mrs..
George Jones of Texas were the
guests of Mrs. C. S. Massey the last
of the week.
j Miss Gertrude Massey was the
guest of Mildred Scarbrough Sunday.
Dad went possum hunting last
night bud did not catch anything.
* coßivrn *
Well the wedding bells did ring
again. Mr. Jeff Inwrenee of Corinth
and Miss Ida Pickard of Martindale
were quietly married at the home
of Prof. Burns of Wesley Chapel
Sunday evening. Rev. Harrison pro
nounced the ceremony. Mr
will move his wife to his home.
Some of us know her as a good wo
The singing was not largely at
tended but some good singing was
enjoyed by thos present.
Bro. Scott preached a good ser
mon Sunday night.
lads all come out next Saturday
night and Sunday and hear Bro.
Howard. Also remember that the 11-
nance committee of the church wilt
meet Saturday night, U. F. S.
To Cure • Cold In One Day
T»k LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablet* 1 l>
*of>s the t ough and Headache and works on tn»
Cot*. L. W.GROVE'J aiguatur* ou -«ch box.
FORMER WALKER GIRL
BECOMES Oil. QUEEN
Chattanooga, Tonn., N'ov. 13.—One
of the young lady sponsors remain
ing in tiie city from the reunion is
Miss Mary Davis of Tulsa, Okla.,
Who is sloping at the Hotel Patten.
Miss Davis formerly lived at Ken
sington, Ga., but went west several
[years ago and invested in proper
ty in and around Tulsa, when it was
a mere village, ami is now one of
the oil queens of that section.
Accompanying Miss Davis to the
reunion were tier two brother-in
laws, Dr. W. M. Wilson, who is a
local commander of the Sons of
Confederate Veterans, of Tulsa, and
Col. Tate Brady, president of the
Cotton Socks Democratic club, of
Tulsa, and known in Oklahoma as
‘The Little Napoleon of Democra
cy.” Both have struck it rich in oil.
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* NAOMI 4
Born last week to Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. Cowart, a girl.
R. A. Patrick spent last week at
( Mt. Carmel.
Miss Opal Hegwood was the guest
of Miss Clara Belle Shaw.
Will Hilburn and Mack Walls
moved last week to Mrs. P. W. Stan
[ tield’s place.
j SLIM JIM
* WARREN 4
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Edwards spent
Sunday in Chattanooga,
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. McClure and
children spent Sunday at Rock
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scoggins spent
Sunday at Guild.
Guess what young lady is going
to ride in the new Buggy that has
recently been purchased?
Misses Willie Story and Mattielley
spent Sunday at C. L. Storey’s.
4 LEE 4
After going through a siege of
the best weather for gatherin and
sowing every kind of crops we are
now having some of the worst yet.
As next week is clean up '*£k in
our town the county at large could
do nothing better than cooperate
with the tow nMonday morning and
take in all of Walker instead of La-
Mr Editor, we heartily endorse
your article, Co-operation. With it
things can be done; without it noth
ing is done; one stick alone is easily
broken but several together are un
breakable. No man liveth to himself
and no man dieth to himself. BILL
4 CATLETT 4
Visiting R. W. Coulter Sunday was
Ed Coulter and family.
Miss Lois Hegwood was Ihc guest
of Miss Mable McGill Sunday af
J. R. Stephenson and family, W\
0. Brown and family and Dewey
Richardson and family were visit
ing J. N. Stephenson Sunday.
Rev. B. H. Howard tilled his reg
ular apointment at Catlett Sunday.
Watt Huston and wife and sister
were visiting A. B. Thornton last
We have organized a B. Y. P. lb
Everybody come out and take a part
with us. And Also rememJfer pray*
meeting on Saturday and S. S. o|
Sunday afternoon. RANDOLPH
I will offer for sale before the
courthouse door, Saturday Nov. 19.
at 2:30 o’clock one mule, about 5
years old and one almost new wag
on.—W. L. Martin, LaFayette Ga. ltx
On Saturday, November 26, I will
offer for sale to the highest bidder,
at my place 4 ?• les southwest of
LaFayette near Chamberlain switch
one team good work mules, 1 mare,
1 horse coll, 1 disc harrow. 2 culti
vators, wagon, surrey, cotton plan
i ter, turning plow, hay, corn and
fodder, and other things too num
erous to mention. Terms of sale
made known on day of sale.
MRS. DORA FULMER,
11-25-2 t LaFayette, Ga, R. 6.
NOTICE—I am in the market for
pine logs, gum and popular, 10, 12
14, 16 feet long. Price sll per thous
and f. o. b. mill—J. H. B. Rea, LaFay
WANTED—Men or women to lake
orders among friends and neigh
bors for the genuine guaranteed
Hosiery, full line for men, women
and children. Eliminates darn
ing. We pay 75e an hour spare
j lime, or $36.00 a week for full time.
Experience unnecessary. Write
International Slocking Mills, Nor
OUR BARGAIN LIST
CONTINUES TO GROW
BEST QUALITY—LOWEST PRICES
Stetson Hats $7.50, 58.50. 89.50
tyool Serge. Navy, Black-Plum, per yard 60c
Wool Serge, Brown and Red, yd 75c
Wool Serge, 54-Inch Navy $1.50
Good Outing per yd 18c
Cotton Flannel per yd 20c
Feather Ticking per yd 33c
Boys’ Heavy Union Suits 75c
Children’s Wool Sweaters, only $1.50
Coat’s Sewing Thread 5c
Men’s Fine Shoes $3.50 to $6.50
Ladies' Fine Shoes $3.50 to $6.00
Men’s OLD TIME Brogan Shoes $2.50
Men’s Work Shoes $3.00 to $5.00
Women’s Heavy Shoes $2.50 to $3.50
Kabo Corsets $1.50 to $3.50
Crochet Cotton, all colors, 10c
Men’s Wool Socks, pair 25c
Men’s Best Made Overalls $1.50
Good Books for Girls and Boys 25c to SI.OO
Good Ground Coffee 15c to 20c
Maxwell House Coffee 40c
Best Rice, 3 lbs. for 25c
Best Meat per lb 17 l-2c
Fat Back Meat lb 12 l-2c
10 lb. Bag Sugar 75c
Cheese per pound 35c
Macaroni, pkg 10c
Kraut or Hominy, Can • 15c
3 Cakes 10c Octagon Soap 25c
O. Meal, 2 packages for 25c
Van Camp’s’JSoups, 15c; 2 for 25c
Grits, 2 pkgs, 25c; Bulk 4c lb.
We Sell the Best of Flour
TRY A BIG FAMILY BILL
T. J. Nash Store
LaFayette - - Georgia
There is no law against hunting
deer from November 1 to Doe. 31,
former publication of National Law
It is a violation of the law to pur
chase or sell of offer for safe at any
time, Quail, Doves, Snipes, Curlews,
Wild Turkeys, Woodcocks, Grouse.
Pheasants, Deer, Squirrels Marsh
Hens and Ducks.
Every person who hunts must
11-18-21 County Game Warden.
|| Nothing Better
P Than a good Flash Light on a
M dark night. We have ’em in a
Jh) complete line, together with
[K Batteries, Bulbs etc, in all sizes.
[gj Cigars, Cigarettes and All Kinds ol Smoking Tobacco
5J Pure Drugs and well-selected Patent Med
g icines. Everything for Coughs and Colds.
EH Prescriptions Carefully and Promptly Filled Day or Night
g “Where Quality and Service Meet”
1 Rhyne gros.
g Jhe Rex all Store
g Night Phone No. 132 Day Phone No. 11
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and cs a
Tule, there is more or 1 ess stomach disturbance.
PROVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks will enrich the blood,
improve the digest'on, and act as a general Strength
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
Don't Forget to Ship Your
HIDES, SKINS AND TALLOW
Direct to the Tannery
ROBERT SCHOLTZE TANNERY
Highest Prices. Correct Veights and Prompt
Returns Always Guaranteed.