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W.nder Public School closed last
Thursday for the holidays.
Mayor Russell, Dr. Ross and Mr. T.
C. Uuun spent last Friday in Atlanta.
Winder ought to increase its popu
lation 100 per cent, by close! of next
rear. If every citizen here will work
and talk this can be done.
Editor Christian and family of The
Democrat are spending the week at
Mr. Gus Philips, of Virgil, was here
last Friday and ?ame in and paid for
The Economist one year.
Uncle Truman Smith and Mr. J. A.
C. Thompson, of Bethlehem, gave us
a pleasant call last Friday and renewed
tor their paper for 1901.
Miss Moz die Whitehead will com
mence her school at Chapel cn Monday
January 7th 1901.
Fruits and Toys for Xmas at Wood
Christmas Toys of all kinds at Herrin
Everything to please the children can
be fouud at Herrin Bros.
Anew, fresh and late Style of Shoes
just received at Z. F. Stanton’s.
Mr. McAdams has opered a barber
shop here, making two shops now in the
Another carload of goods just arrived
this week for the Corner Furuitnr e
If you want the best Suit cf Clothes
on earth for the money call on J. H.
Smith & Bro.
J. H. Smith & Bro. have a complete
line of Clothing, Shoes, Hats etc. See
them before you buy.
People think nothing of coming 15
nr iles or more to trade at the Corner
Santa Clause has a full supply of
Xmas Tcys. Candies, Oranges, Apples
and many other nice things at Herrin
The big lot of Flour at G. W. Wood
ruff’s has disappeared, but another still
larger has arrived. See it before you
buy, the price is right.
A nice lot of Xmas goods at G. W.
Seed wheat at J. H. Smith & Bro’s.
Fancy Grocerief to suit all customers.
Maple Syrup, Ribbon Cane Syrup,
Heinz’s sour Krout—all fresh—at Herrin
When you are in town and want
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Dry Goods and No
tions; also Men’s and Ladie’s Gloves,
you see Z. F. Stanton’s new stock be
fore you buy.
You can buy the cheapest and best
suit of Clothes from Hodges, Camp &
Arnold to be found in Winder. They
are ottering their immense stoek of
Clothing at special low prices for the
next 80 days.
For goods at prices to suit see Z F.
Stanton before you buy your Dry Goods,
Shoes, Hats, Notion and Fancy Candies
We can save you money on all Xmas
goods. Herrin Bros.
Purple Straw seed wheat for sale by
J. H. Smith & Bro.
If you need Building Material of any
kind, see Barrett & Cos., Athens, Ga.
The Gainesville, Jefferson Sc Southern
railroad will sell Christmas holiday
tickets to everybody December 22nd,
23rd, 24th, 25th, and also December 30th
and 31st, 1900, and January Ist, 1901,
good uutil January 4th, inclusive.
Dunn, Lyle & Cos.
Have what you want.
They have 15C0 bushels Texa- Red
R ust Proof Seed Oats direct from the
plains of the Lone Star State. See them
bofora you buy your Seed Oats 1
New Barber Shop.
Mr. E. F. McAdams, of Virginia, has
opened up a first class Barber ShoD up
stairs over J. G Pnett & Cos. He can
give you a smooth shave or a fine heir
cut and will appreciate the patronage
of Winder and this section.
I have 50 or 75 bushels of good Seed
Wheat for sale. W. H. Brewer
All persona are hereby notified not to
hunt, fish or otherwise trespass on onr
lands in Randolph’s district, Jackson
county, under the penalty of the law.
W. H Bridges, Sr., J J. Maddox, T.
S. Maddox, T. W. Bridges, Andrew
Evans, Hartwell Brown, S. P. Higgins,
Mrs. B. J. Whitmire.
Pendergrass, Ga., Dec. sth, 19<>0.
All persons indebted to the Ordinary’s
Office, please come forward and settle
same at once and oblige.
L. Y. Bradbory, Ordinary.
NO RIGHT TO UGLINESS.
The woman who is lovely in face,
form and temper will always have
friends, but one who would be attrac
tive must keep her health. If she is
weak, sickly and all run down, sire will
be nervous and irritable. If sue has
constipation or kidney trouble, her im
pure blood will cause pimples, blotches,
skin eruptions and a wretched complex
ion. Electric Bitters is the best medi
cine in the world to regulate stomach,
liver and kidneys and to purify the
blood. It gives strong nerves, bright
eyes, smooth, velvety skiu, rich com
plexion, It will make a good locking,
charming woman of a run down invalid
Only 50 cents at Winder Drjng Cos.
Tickets on sale for everybod for the
Christmas holidays, on Seaboard Air
Line Railway December 22ud, 23rd,
24th, 25th and also Deceurber 30th and
31st, 1900. and January Ist, 1901, go id
until January 4th, inclusive.
he One Day Cold Cure.
For colds and sore throat use Kermott’s Choco
lates Laxative Quinine. Easily taken as candy
and quickly cure.
FRUIT GROWERS WARNED.
Trees Shipped From Nashville infested
With San .Jose Scale.
We call special attention of all inter
ested in fruit growing throughout the
state to a recent order issued from this
department by our State Entomologist
and approved by Hon. O. B. Stevens,
chairman of the Board of Entomology.
Order of the State Entomologist:
“Office of State Entomologist, At
lanta, Ga.,Nov. B.—To the Fruit Grow
ers of Georgia: You are hereby notified
and warned not to accept any trees or
other plants commonly known as nur
sery stock or parts thereof, from the
Cumberland nurseries, otherwise known
as the Grand View nurseries, Rose Bank
nurseries and Paragon nurseries, I. C.
& A. W. Newson, proprietors, Nashville,
Teuu. This nursery firm has beeu re
fused the required official tags of the
Georgia State Board of Entomology be
cause of the fact that last season they
shipped nursery stock into the state in
fested with the San Jose scale, the well
known dangerously injurious insect pest
of orchard trees.
“Notwithstanding the laws of Geor
fia to the contrary and the warning that
have given them, the above named
nursery people have attempted to smug
gle into the state several large orders of
trees again this season. I have already
apprehended some of these orders and
upon examination have found the trees
badlv infested with the San Jose scale.
Thev were promptly seized and con
signed to the fire before the agents bad
an opportunity to deliver them to the
“I further warn those who may have
already this season received trees from
the said Cumberland nurseries to destroy
them by fire in order to prevent the
further spread of the San Jose scale,
with which they are undoubtedly in
“I also wish to respectfully request
the transportation companies, their
agents or employes, to comply with the
rules of the Georgia State Board of En
tomology, authorized by the act of the
generafassembly, approved Dec. 20,1898,
governing the transportation of nursery
stocks. Tne intent and purpose of these
rules is to prohibit the agents of trans
portation companies in Georgia from
delivering nursery stock unaccompanied
by the certificate of the Georgia State
Board of Entomology. It is the duty of
said agents of transportation companies
to notify the entomologist when ship
ments of uncertified stock are received
at their respective stations.
“W M. Scott,
Professor Scott has been very diligent
in detecting scale infested trees that
have been illegally shipped into Geor
gia. By virtue of the authority vested
in him he has confiscated and burned
more than 30,000 trees that had been
■hipped into the state without a certifi
cate and in spite of his written protest.
Had these infested fruit trees esoaped
detection, the good work that for the
last two years has been going on in
Georgia and whioh has saved lo many
orohards from ruin, would have been
undone in many fruitgrowing localities.
—State Agricultural Department
A WORD TO OUR FRIENDS.
We just want to say to our friends and the public generally,
that we have outdone ourselves in buying our.
Fall and Winter Stock.
Having gone into the markets with the Hard Money, and buy
ing m Large Lots, before the recent rise in cotton, we feel that we
have something in
Unheard ot. So we say to you, come to see us wlieu you want
miOFm We’ve got them CHEAP
All Sorts and sizes.
Also, Teans and Dress Goods tor the Ladies, from the Finest to
the Cheapest. Large lot of Ladie’s Capes, and Flannels, Cotton
Checks, Sheeting, etc,
e are the Acknowledged t —— =—- -
RECTIFIERS OF PRICES
on Meat, Flour, Molasses, Coffee, or for that matter,
Anything the Family Needs to Eat or wear.
We ore etill here to BUY YOUR COTTON, COTTON SEED, or ANYTHING our frieuds
may have to sell. So all we ask is that when you come fo Winder, don’t fail to peep in OUR LARGE
STORE and look over our Large Stock and get our prices, which means a sale;,
We still sell the always ready Light Running
Standard Sewing Hachine.
Also, the Best Fertilizer for Wheat sold anywhere.
We bought these good to SELL, and we sell them, Retail or Wholesale.
We Are Still in the Ring
With Our Low Prices.
Now Is the time to Buy Your Goods When You Can Boy Them Cheap.
Friends, you all know that a Jew can buy goods cheaper than any body in
the country and is able to sell cheaper than any body in the country.
Some of my Competitors make it convenient to tell those who enquire for the
Jew Store that there isn’t one in Winder, but most people have found out better
All you have to do is to look for the JEW STORE when you come to Winder.
It is on Athens Street, next door to J. W. Lyle. All we want you to do is to
come and get our prices and you will be surprised to know how cheap they will
be offered you.
Pffl C AVIMn You will save from 25 to 35 per cent, on every dol-
DI Vi VI IN VJ. lar’s worth of goods you buy at the Jew Store. We
have a full line of Men’s, Youth’s, Boy’s and Children’s Clothing; also Shoes,
Hats, and Gents Furnishing Goods, Ladies Capes, Dress Skirts and Waists.
OVPDrn A We h ave a lot of Overcoats and are able to sell
vJ V CKvU/i I them cheaper than any body in town.
Look Over a Few of Our Prices.
Men’s Overcoats from $2,50 up.
Men’s Black Worsted Suits —all
sizes—worth $5.00 at $2.90.
Men’s Good Cheviot Suits worth
$6,50 at $4.25.
Men’s Pants Good Heavy Cheviots
worth $1.65 from $1.25 up.
Men’s Good Every day Shoes we
sell at $1.25 you can now have
at 95 cents.
All tlie rest of our Stock at Proportional Low Prices. Come Examine
Our Stock whether you bay or not. We will show you our goods
and Give you Low Prices.
Remember the place on Athens Street next door to J. YV. Lyle.
M. BRENER & B O.
THE JEW STORE, Winder, Ga.
Ladies Shoes from 75 cents up
Ladies Fine Sunday Shoes worth
$1.75 for $1.25,
Boy’s Suits from 75 cents up.
Boy’s Fine Suits all sizes at $1.25.
Boy’s Hats from 20 cents up,
Boy’s Caps from 15 cents up.
Men’s Hats worth from 50 to 65
cents at 35 cents.
Good Heavy Men’s top Shirts
worth 60 to 75 cents at 45
Good Heavy Fleeced liue Under
Shirts you have been paying
50 cents each, you can have
them at 35 cents and up.
Ladies Skirts all sizes, worth $1.50
for SI.OO and up.