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DEATH CLAIMS NOBLE WOMAN. -
Wrs.Maa&i A. Ho <Jges-Stewart Pass
ed Awey Monday Last.
The subject of this sketch was
burn December 20,188*5, and passed
to her eternal home on May 11,
1008, being at the time of her death
74 years 4 months and 12 days <>]<].
She was married *o Mr. Thomas
Hodges May 10, 1840 and to them
were born twelve children, eight
boys and four girls, all of whom
lived to he grown and all became
members of the Christian church.
'There are still nine of these children
living, Messrs. D. Y. and Marion,
of I; Loganville; Jodie, of Hancock
county, Dr. Henry of Watki nsville,
T H. and Dr. L. W. Hodges of
Winder, • Mrs. Lucinda Hays of
Athens, Mrs. Mattie Hays of Au
gusta and Mrs. Yannie Lanier, of
Hancock. Those are all honorable
men and women. Besides these
there are 3b grandchildren and 21
g rent- g rai uk-ln] and re n.
Mrs. Hodges-Stewart united with
the Christian church at Old Betha
ny, in Jackson county, in 18(57 and
was baptised by the lamented P. F.
Lamar. In 1881 she moved 1"
Winder and became a charter mem
ber of the Winder Christian church.
For oT* year she was a faithful Chris
tian, n ver wavering in her faith
in our common Lord.
Some years ago Mrs. Hodges was
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married to Mr. Stewart. Her sec
ond Indiana on lived a short time,
hence her friends and mighbors
Continued to call her by h r first
husbands name, which she pre
She was a remarkable w< man in
many respects. She had a strong
mind, groat will power and was
cheeful at all times. She loved
her friends, neighbors, cbildrt n and
church and was always most loyal
to tie in. Truly a good woman has
The funeral services were con
ducted from the Methodist church
by Rev. Jno. H. Wood-assisted by
Elder T. M. Foster.
The floral offerings were beauti
ful and appropriate-
The remains were laid to rest in
Rose Hill cemetery.
The stricken family have the
symprthy yf a host of friends.
“Blessed are the dead who die
in the Lord.”
GOVERNOR HOKE SMITH
TO SPEaK IN JEFFERSON.
Nt-xt Thursday, May 21, Gover
nor Hoke Smith will address the
people of Jackson county in Jeffer
son. N Governor Smith is a hand
some specimen of manhood, an elo
quent and attractive speaker, and
is sure to entertain thus*- who hear
him. The governor is no stranger
in Jackson, having spoken in this
county many times before. Ladies
WINDER. JACKSON COUNTY. GEORGIA. THURSDAY, MAY 141, 1908.
THE HARLOW-DAMN MEETING
At the Opera House Is Drawing Large
Rev. W. E. Ilarlew, evangelist,
and Prof. Fred (i. Dakin are now
in the midst of it great revival at the
opera house. The crowds arc large
and increasing nightly.
Mr. Harlow is a strong gospel
preacher, logical and forceful. At
tim* s he becomes eloquent, and at
all times lias the closest attention.
He knows the Bible as few men
know it, and he preaches straight
to the people.
Prof. Dakin isa finecherusleader
and has few equals as a solo singer.
He has organized a large c horus, to
which all good singers arc invited.
Everybody in country and city
are invited to attend these services.
There have been several additions
to the church.
The federal grand jury Monday,
in Washington, D. 0., returned an
indictment charging Representative
Heflin, <4 Alabama, with assault.
luv. J. M. Calloway, of La-
Grange, died Monday. Pie was 77
years of age and had been a minis
ter of the gospel the greater part of
Two Illinois towns were practi
cally destroyed and hundreds of
thousands of dollars’ damage done
by a tornado sweeping over western
T.ast Friday morning a Jitfle pet
| dog in Montezuma, Ga., Ft nine
I persons. It developed that the dog
was mud, and the persons bitten
were hurried to the Past in r Insti
tute in Atlanta.
A St. Louis justice, advertises
that he will marry couples on the
installment plan, and The Augusta
Herald seems to think that better
.than a trial marriage wh re tie
whole fee is required in advance.
An unknown white man was
struck bv the employees’ special
NV 12, an outgoing train, in the
Inman yards of the Southern Rail
way Company Tuesday morning at
I 8:30 o'clock and died an hour later
i at the Atlanta Hospital.
For the second time within a wet k
Atlanta has been the scene of a fire
of more than ordinary proportions,
and the members of the fire dt part
ment have had their share of ex
haustive labor in putting out the
TJge loss is estimated to he more
than a million and a half dollars.
At the crucial point of an opera
tion on the lungs of Nuncio Chial,
at St. Francis Hospital, Hartford,
Conn., when it seemed certain that
the tiny spark of life had flickered
out, Dr. M. A. Sullivan reached
through the incision to the heart
and gently squeezed it once nr twice.
The man’s respiration was restored
and the cutting away of the deceased
organs was contmued until Dr. Sul
livan saw that Chi and was dying.
Afcain he softly grasped the al
most stilled heart and, with several
well-aimed squeezes, started lib
anew, this time long enough to com
plete the operation. Chial will live,
the attending surgeons declare.
GOVERNOR mi SMITH
Tc Speak at Athens. 6e., on Friday.
In response to an invitation ex
tended by the Executive Committee
of the Clarke County Hoke Smith
Club, Gov. Hoke Smith will sjxak
at Athens on Friday, May 22, at
the Moss Warehouse. The speaking
will begin promptly at 2 o’clock,
cast) rn time. Arrangements have
been made to accommodate a large
crowd, and the citizens of the ad
ajoining counties, as well us those
ot Clarke, are cordially invited by
the Clarke Countv Hoke Smith Club
to attend. A special invitation is
extended by the Club to ladies.
The hour has been chosen so that
those who wish to attend,.can go to
Athens on the morning trains and
leave on the afternoon trains.
REVIVAL CLOSES AT BAPTIST.
forty-four Accessions to the Church
Luring the Meeting.
The revival services at the Bap
tist church came to a close last
Monday night. During the preach
ing of Evangelist Buchholz 41 per
sons ioined the church, some by
! letter and and a gr* a’ many on pro
fession of faith.
IF v. Buchholz is a strong, force
ful expounder of the gospel and his
work here will no doubt be of last
Robert t Davison.
By virtue of hT experience on
tire old pardon board before the
prison commission Was established,
B<d> Davison of the county of
Or me, is w ii qualified to fill the
i5.• ■he now seeks. Jle was tin
aui ■ >r •if tlie bill creating the pris :
c.mission of Georgia,' thus evi
ct nG..g Ids abiding interest in the
v.-- if..re of tie Elate and the .fair
tr atm; at ■ i !;• r c -nvicts. .
II bus had :• e;<p< rience as a
rnmiber >f t.he i -glGatureand ren
..er*. line ;(ate v..i uabre serviee \v4lile
a :if mb' r of that bad v.
F r ourselves and family, we de
s re to lender through The News,
our sincere thanks to our friends,
neghbors and physicians, fur kind
and "Pf!siderate attention during
the sickness and death of our be
loved mother. It is sweet to know
that our lot has been cast among
such noble, Christian men and wo
Dr. and Mas. L. W. Honors;.
Tornado Visits Nebraska.
Twf nty persons are known to have
been killed and twenty injured by
a tornado which swept over the
northern part of Sarpy county
Nebraska, at f> o’clock Wednesday
| afternoon. The storm, which gamed
velocity on its way south, started in
; Omaha about 4:HD o’clock. At
Bellevue the college buildings were
damaged to the ext* nt of probably
SSO,ODD and several persons were
m ured. The storm than moved
on to Louisville, Richfield and
Sprii gfidd, where the principal
u-aiage and lose of life occur!ed.
Bob Davison is the man for
Prison Commissioner. Vote
; for him on June 4th.
WiNDER REGISTRAR APPOINTED.
Lucius A. House Authorized to Reg
ister Voters of Jackson.
For the convenience of the voters
of House’s district, Mr. W. T. Ap
pleby has sworn in Mr. L. A.
House, cashier of the Smith A <'a
rithers hank, as;- registrar, and all
who wish to register for the ap
proaching primary can do so by
calling on him and Complying with
the law governing registration.
Mr. House’s operations are not
confined to this district alone, hut
any Jackson county citizen who
can comply with the law may have
his name placed on the list.
In a shooting affray in Clarkshoro
district, Jackson county, this week,
one negro shot and instantly killed
another. It is said that both ne
groes were drinking. We havcjieen
unable to obtain the particulars.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Green Graham is among this week’s
Mrs. L. Y. Brad be fry, .who has
been seriously ill for some time, is
reported some better.
Mr. J. J. Maddox, of Winder,
has corn in the tassel. Several of
the stalks were brought to The News
office for inspection.
Dr. J. ('. Daniel, wife and little
daughter, of Statham, visited the
former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y.
A. Daniel, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. McElhanon,
f.’ -rson. vi : it; - former’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, J.
Mr. Grady Gannon, of the Fni
vvrslty, was the gm-st of his parents
last week. Grady has been iff and
came home to recuperate.
Mi-.-' s Ethel and Audry Wills,
who have been attending school at
Young Harris, are visiting their sis
ter, M;ss Nora Wilis, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Lyle.
G'-v. Hoke Smith has appointed
our fellow townsman, W, B.
Met'ants as one of the comittemon
to examine the Georgia Institution
for the Blind.
Mayor Strange moved his office
from Jackson to Gwinnett, last
Wednesday, long enough to try
three eases against negroes for rob
bing slot machines at the depot. t
Master Reuben N. Jackson, of
Athens, is spending several days in
Winder. He is presiding over one
of the Piano.? during the revival
service? being conducted by Rev.
\V. E. Harlow.
W think the remarks of Rev.
\V. E. Ilarlew in rebuking a few late
comers on Wednesday night were
unf ruinate, We well know that it
is trying to have%Lo train of ones
thought broken m the midst of a
di- airse, but possibly if the rever
end gentleman had known that the
young men had driven many miles,
after a hard day’s work, to hear his
Sermon, he would not have been so
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