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NEWS BRIEfLETS FROM ALBLRN
Our Scribe in That Hamlet Writes of
Persons, Politics aid Cabbage.
Col. J. C. Flanigan, of Lawreme
ville, was in our town on business
one day last week.
Cap. Taylor says he is up against
it all the time, politically speaking.
He worked to help elect Hoke Smith
then had to work to keep his salary
from being cut 10 per cent, and
•now he has got to help to beat Mr.
Mr. Dock Chesser has been con
fined to his room for some time,hut
is now able to be at his place of
Auburn Brass Band! That sounds
good to us. The hoys play splen
didly for the practice. We will
soon have one of the bet bands in
this part of the state.
Several of ou r sports are going
to Atlanta on the 15th to see the
opening game of baseball.
Mr. T. C. Flanigan made a busi
ness trip to Atlanta one day last
Mr. Tom Sells visited Uncle John
Greeson last Sunday.
Talking about candidates! We
had two ordinaries and two solicit
ors here last week and other candi
dates too numerous to mention, and
they all seem hopeful. Look out,
boys, some people don't like to make
a fellow feel had.
Judge Mitchell says every time he
buys a lot of cabbage every mer
chant in town buys some too.
Mr. G. W. Baggett, of Winder,
known as “talking George,” was in
town one day last week. Come
again, George, we are always glad
to see you.
Mr. Frank Nash and family, of
Dacula, wore visitors in our town
Professor Riehburg, who is teach
ing at (a untv Line', made us a
pleasant-call one evening last week.
Professor is a good talker and we
always like to have him with us.
Miss Alice Rlackstock, one of .Jef
ferson’s prettiest young ladi< >, has
charge of the millinery department
for 'l 1 . C. Flanigan. When it comes
to pretty girls Jefferson can tbe
Mr. J. E. Wilkins and family
visited in the country Sunday. Jim
says he got a good dinner and is all
0. K. for one more week.
Mr. Jim Houppaugh aid wife
were visitors here Sunday.
Judging from the way the bin s
are singing and the young folk are
smiling and the ladies’ hats and
flowers are blooming, good old sum
mer time is about here.
We believe from what we can see
and hear Little Joe has got Hole
going. We would like to give our
views on the governor’s race, hut
clever Lob Ross, the editor, told us
not to get mixed up too much in
Here is my best wishes to Ross
brothers and The News, one of the
best weeklies, run by two of the best
boys in Georgia.
Maryland Women to Vote.
The. Rnlti?ryre Sun is authority
for the statement that the bill winch
provides for the incorporation of
Still Pond, Kent county, Md., gives
\Vomen tax-payers a vote. The At
torney General has approved the
bill and It has l>een signed by the
THAT novisthe time
To frbOOM OU T IN
NEW ARRAY". NATURE
IS BloomiNC our m Beauty
at This SEASON- WHY
Should not You Bloom
we've cot the
s TE R^BROWN.
IgKCTOTcj mw itii/n m unit nm tan.., LtLiEi * Z
TO BLOOM OUT WILL BE EASY IF YOU COME To
VS, AND YOU PURELY ARE NOT GOING To LET
EASTER PA SS WITHOUT BLOOMING OUT ARE
YOU? TAKE THE 8L055pM5 FROM A VINE AND
IT WILL LOOK BARE. FAIL To DR.ESS WELL AND
YOU YOURSELF WILL NOT LOOK Jo ATTRACT
IVE. DR-E 55 WILL HELP YOU. DR-E 55 WILL
MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD AND PROSPER. 7HESE
THINGS WILL ADD To YOUR DRESS. WE CAN
-SHOW YOU -SWELL NECKTIE-5, PROPER THING,S
IN -SHIRT WAISTS. GOOD FEELING UNDERWEAR,
TA-STY HO-SE. TIGE -5AY,5 YOU -SHOULD NOT
MI-5-5 THI-S OPPORTUNITY TO GET FIXED UP FOR
WE HAVE EVERYTHING YoUR BODY NEEDS.
J. T. Strange & Cos.",
Leaders in Style, Regulators and Controllers of Low Prices
Death of Raymond Sigman.
Raymond S'gman died at his
home near this city April bth and
was buried at Nazareth church
April 10th. The services were con
ducted by Revs. 11. N Rainey and
Jno. 11. Wood.
If he had lived till the 22-1 of
this month fie would have been lb
years old. It is sad to give up one
so young and promising. He was
just entering into manhood and
was a manly young man. He was
obedient U> his parents and kind
and affectionate to his brothers and
Raymond was a good boy with
chaste habits and expressed himself
as being ready to go. He had no
fears as to the future, and while h<
has missed the turmoil and troubles
of this life, it -omes Asa sad af
fliction to his devoted patents.
He leaves to mourn their loss his
father and mother, two sisters,
Mrs. Pauline Tumlin of Tallapoosa
and Miss Bertie Sigman, and three
brothers —Clarence, Chester and
Virgil. These all have the sym
pathy and prayers of a host of
friends. May God bless and sustain
them in their sad hour and may
they reunite in that “city which
has foundations whose builder and
maker is God.”
We call attention to the an
nouncement c: Hon. Thus. M. Bell
as a candidate for re-election t
congress from the Ninth district.
WINDER. JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA. THURSDAY. APRIL 16, 1908.
SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC SERVICES.
Beginning April 2 r .th and contin
uing to May 10th, timre whl h
special evangelistic' services at tin
Pastor R. I). D- W'-ese will Ik?.as
sisted h.v Evangelist H. C. Buch
holz, of Atlanta. It is the earnest
desire of the prornoV rs of this meet
ing that it may he of great spiritual
worth to our entire city. That a
great awakening may come to the
Christians; that many unsaved sin
ners may be brought to know the
power ot God’s grace. “There was
great joy in that city” when the
power of the Lord was present in
Samaria to save the people from the
power of sin and Satan.
These services are looked forward
to with a great deal of interest by
the Christian people of Winder.
Mae the Holy Spirit abundatly bless
Robinson Popular Here.
Mr. G- C. Robinson, an aspirant
for the office of ordinary o| Gwin
nett county, is one of the most pop
ular men in Winder s business cir
cles. He was born in Ben Smith’s
district, attended the common
schools of his native eour ty and his
most ardent supporters are the
friends and classmates of his boy
hood days. His father was a pros
perous farmer and young Robinson
grew into manho. as a thier of ihe
.-oil. He has lived in Winder for
tr.V past -ix pr eight years and nuin
b rs his friends here by the num
ber of his acquaintances.
Gwinnett county could not elect
■a more capable, courteous and
manly ordinary than G. C. Robin
LEAP-YEAR PARTY AT STATFfAM.
Number of Proposals Not Given—
Other Hems, ot Local Interest.
One of the most- enjoyable social
ewilts of the season whs the leap
year party given by Miss Zona R< sh
Monday evening. The Ross horm
was beautifully decorated with ferns
and quantities of spring blossoms
were used with charming decorative
effect throughout the rooms. Thus*
pr stmt were: .Misses Viola Ander
son, Marzelle Thurmond, Myrt Ar
nold, Zona Ross, Norma Booth,
Mamie Pendergrass, Ruby Lester,
Lon a Ross, Nealie Robertson, Ovelia
Arnold and Messrs. Guy J. Thur
mond, Edwin Ross, V< ster Hodges-
Harland Willingham, Choice Coop
er, Willie Lanier, Luther Guinn,
Alonzo Wofford, Jimmie Walls and
Many int resting games were
played, after which delightful re
freshments were served. We have
not been able to learn just how
many proposals were made during
the evening. Surely some of the fair
ones made use of the opportunity
of the occasion. 1 would suggest to
you fair maidens that its your fault
if y<>u remain longer without a
mate, so you must get busy, as four
years more is a long time to wait.
Mrs. of Winder,
spent Monday with her sister, Mrs.
S. G. Arnold.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McAdams,
of Dacula, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Holmes.
Mr. Bell, of Bethlehem, and Mr-
James Treadwell of Paradise, wer<
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. George Durden and
Mr. J. J. Summerour, of Monroe,
visited th" family of Mr. Tom Per
kins last week.
Miss Myrt Arnold is 'in Atlanta
attending business college.
Mr. (.'us: r R,-s i- on the sick list
t/ii iS \VCu]v.
Mr-. W. J. Ross, Jr., and chil
dren, spent last week with relatives
m Bethh hem.
Mr. David Arnold, of Center, ex
ecutor of his grandfather’s estate, is
in the city this week looking after
Miss Eddie Wellborn has return
ed to her home in Atlanta, after
spending a few weeks with her sis
ter, Mrs. Jeff Sikes.
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Dooley are
with their son, wJ:o is very ill at bis
home in Oconee county.
Mrs. George Kinney died at her
home, two miles below this city',
and was buried Tuesday at the De
lay burying ground. The family
have our deepest Ryt&patby.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Matthews
and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Storey, of
Jefferson, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Muyme Thurmond. We want to
congratulate Mr- Matthews for win
ning one of our beautiful girls.
TRLCOINTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
The Tri-County Medical Associa
tion met fere Tuesday. Several
. i.- .ung p}j. siciaiie Wore in uttoiid
The meeting was of a routine na
ture. Nothing of especial interest
to the public came up for discus
sion. At the next meeting, how
ever, papers will be read on the
subjects of typhoid fever and
WILL COOK KILLED.
fatal Bullet fired by Young Arthur
A tragedy That lias east a gloom
over th(‘ little city of Hosehton was
the killing of Will Cook, on last
Sunday afternoon, l>y young Arthur
The dispute arose in the livery
stables of young DeLaperriere’a fa
ther, Dr. W. P. DeLaperriere.
Heated words led to blows, and, it
is alleged, Cook was advancing on
DeLaperriere with a buggy spoke
in his hand, when the fatal shot
was tired. The commitment trial
is set for today.
Mr. A. L. Frnith is at home this
Mr. Jim St< wart visited Nazareth
Mrs. Nick Rainey, of Mulberry,
is in the city today
Mr. Y.jA. Daniel spent Sunday
and Monday in Athens.
Mr. 1\ C. Dunn spent the first of
the week in Athens on bussiness.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Davis left for
their home in Cluster Tuesday.
Mr. Fred Thomas, of Monroe,
spent Sunday afternoon in Winder.
Miss Myrtie Elrod, of Carl, spent
Tuesday with her sister, Mrs.
The Home Mission Society will
meet April 20th with Mrs. W- 11.
Mr. Carl Niblaek spent Sunday
and [Monday in Atlanta, visiting
Mr- Carey Downing attended the
funeral of a little niece in Monroe
Tuesday. Y ~§|
'The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arch Perry, who has been quite* ill,
Mrs. J. M. Hood and little
Christine, are visiting relatives in
Commerce this week.
Mrs. G. E. Daniel and her sister,
Mrs. Camp, of Campton, spent
Tuesday in Atlanta.
Mrs. Tom Hood and children,
of Athens, were the guests of rel
atives here last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. .J. W. Haynie, of
Nor ross, were the guests Sunday
of tin ir daughter, Mrs. A. J. Wood
Don't forget “Under the Laurels”
at the Opera house Friday night.
Good talent, good show, and for a
Mrs. Z. F. Jackson has r< turned
from Atlanta, after having been
th-- guest for three weeks, of her
cousin, Mrs. Ed Bush.
Mrs. J. .J. Horton, of Atlanta,
after several days’ visit to Mrs. H-
C. Horton, left for Statham Wed
nesday night to visit her mother.
The Parsonage Aid Society of the
M. E. church, met with Mrs. H. P.
Stanton Tuesday afternoon. The
next regular meeting will he with
Mrs. T. A. Maynard.
Mrs. L. A. House entertained
the Ladies Aid and Missionary
Society of the Baptist church last
Monday afternoon. The next regu
lar meeting will be.beld at the home
of Mrs. *N. J. Kelly.'
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