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Are You in the Market for a
We can fit your pocket book, please you in style and
give you the best value for your money For a short time
we are offering some special bargains in Buggies.
We have a complete line of Steel and Rubber Tired
Buggies and Surreys, and a fine lot of Harness. We have
the best on the market. We have sold more than 300 of
them. Be sure to look for the name A. B. HYDH CO.
' .on the beam of every one. You can buy the imitation at al
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Come to see us when you need any kind of farm im
Cane Mills, Planters, Distributors,
A full line of the Best Paints, and any
< Yours to please,
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One thousand pairs of sec
W. H. TOOLE, President
\V. L. BIASING AM E }
J. B. WILLIAMS \V
\V. Iff JACKSON, Cashier.
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When the back aches and throbs.
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When night brings no rest nor
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1 pains across my back and was both
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! Accompanying these trouble* was a
j too frequent action of the kidney
secretions, often obliging me to rise
! during the night. I used various
remedies, but it was not until I
Iregan taking Doan’s Kidney Pills,
procured from Turner’s Pharmacy,
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The use of the first box helped me
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out a sign of my old trouble I
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Buffalo, Nmv York, sole agents
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Watson's Weekly Jeffersonian and
Winder Weekly News, one year,
Atlanta Georgian and Winder Week
ly News, one year,
Atlanta Tri-Weekly Constitution
and Winder Weekly New*, one year,
Atlanta Semi-Weekly Journal and
Winder Weekly News, one year,
Watson’s Magazine and Winder
Weekly News, one year,
Notice is hereby given that the
firm of L. W. Mathews, W. W.
Edwards and E. W. Bond, trading,
under the name and style of Farm
ers’ Supply Company is this day
dissolved and the business will con
tinue under the same name and
style by the new firm composed of
E. W. Bond and W. W. Edwards.
The new firm will a-sume the lia
bilities of the old firm and all notes
ankl accounts due the old firm will
be Wyable to the new firm at the
S. W. ARNOLD
W. T. ROBINSON
W. L. BLASINGAME
A. H. O'NEAL
S. T. BOSS
Memorial of W. G. Steed.
Sanctified afflictions are good;
they ungrasp our hold upop the
world and lift the eye to God.
'Temptations not too heavy are good;
they make us flee to Christ and cling
closer to his hand. God pfucks
from us our friends, that wo may
look upon Him as He is—our best
friend. As great as is our trials, so
great is our reward.
The sailor amid the ocean in time
of night and storm, longs for tin
break of day. The storm-tossed
Christian, too, sometimes feels that
his night is long, dark and weari
some Be faithful, for by it you are
better, riper and richer in this hour
Our friend and brother, W. G.
Steed, was horn Sept. 25, 1833; de
p'parted this life March 18, DOS.
He was horn - in Jacks-on county, of
i humble, hut noble and true paront-
I age. The father, Hill Steed, a na
tive of Noith Carolina, moved to
Jackson county, Ga , when quite
young. The mother, Phoebe Pen
tecost Steed, was a native of Jack
son county. To them was born two
sons, Ezekiel and George, and six
girls,Malissa, Carolina, Jane, Mary,
Elizabeth and Adiline. The death
of brother W. G. Steed left only one
of his family living, Mrs. Adiline
Brother Steed enlisted in the ser
vice of his country under Captain
Thompson, Company G, 16th Ga.,
'.July 20, 1861; was color hearer.
He was presented with a nicely and
\v dl made flag by Mis Nanny W or
sham. Tin* Company received the
flag for him. He arose from one
degree of honor to another, until he
'was Ist Lieut* nant. ID- served
through the entire four years, and
suffered only two slight wounds.
He surrendered Cobb’s Legion and
paroled the men under him. He.
came home from the war with the
love and esteem of his comrades. A
few of those in the war with YV. G.
Steed yet living, are C. W. Finch,
Frank Bailey, Milton and William
Thompson, R. B. and John M. Ar
cher, Capt. T. L. Ross and Hiram
He came home on a furlow and
was married to Miss Nanny Wor
sham, daughter of the late Win
Worsham, on .July 17, 1864. There
was born to bless this union two
girls, Mrs. Carrie Steed Hewitt and
Mrs. Ethel Steed Dunahoo and six
boys, living, W. M. L., H. W., G.
W., Luther, John and Dave Steed.
A noble set of boys, speaking well
for the departed father and the liv
Brother Steed joined the Presby
terian church when quite young, at
Pleasant Hill, now known as Prot
estant Methodist church, near Sta
tlmm. Several years after he had
married he and his wife joined the
Methodist church at Pentecost. He
was among the most faithful in
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1.. F. SELL
L, G. BENTON
J, B. WILLIAMS
T. C. FLANIGAN
W. H. TOOLE
raised by that honorable patron of
Masonry, Father Robert White.
He came as a charter member to
Davidson Lodge, No. 103, and there
lived a consistent member until the
Father saw lit to take him from us
and seat him in that Grand Lodge
above, where all good Masons hope
Brother .Steed filled any position
in the Lodge with credit to himself
and edification to the brethren. For
my information concerning Mason
ry, a young brother need only ask;
it was given freely, cheerfully and
correctly. He was true to the
brethren, true to his family, true to
his khurch anil true to his country.
This speaks in thundering tones
of his true merit, and shows what
has been lost in the death of Broth
er W. G. Steed.
He is not de id; the one of our affection.
But Kone unto that s.'hool.
Where he no longer needs our poor protection.
Ar.d Christ himself doth rule.
Resolved. That in the death of
Brother W. G. Steed, the lodge, the
community and society has sustain
ed a great loss.
Resolved, That the family lx; fur
nished a copy of this memorial and
Resolved, That The Winder News
and Jefferson paper he requested to
LJ. Johnson /
I). 1. Jlardioiiki: Committee.
R. B. Am;mat )
Valued Same as Gold.
B G. Stewart, a merchftt of
O'dar View, Miss., says; ‘‘l tele
my cus.tonmrs whmi they buy a
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills
they get the worth of that much
go and in weight, if afflicted with
constipation, malaria or bilious
ness.” Fold under guarantee at
G. W. DeLapernere’s drug store,
And She Kept on Smoking.
“Aunt Chloe, do you think you
are a Christian?’’ asked a preacher
of an old negro woman who was
smoking a pipe.
“Yes, bruddt-r, I ’spects I is.”
“Doyou believe in the Bible?”
“Do you know there is a passage
in the Scripture that declares that
nothing unclean shall inherit the
kingdom <>f Heaven?”
“Yes. I’se heard of it.”
“Well, you smoke, and there is
nothing so unclean as the breath of
a smoker. Si* what do you say to
til Lit ? J 5 Ytj,
“W'Jl, when T go dere, I ’spects
to leave my breff bebin me.”
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‘.'The luckiest day of my life
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Charles PL Budahn. of Tracy,
California. “Two 25c. boxes
cured me of an annoying case of
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