Most Remarkable Victory
In Political History
Demonstrates That the Pen Is Mightier
Than the Tongue—Known to Have
Carried 59 Counties-His Nomina
tion Is Conceded by Smith
i Supporters-Majorities as
■Given by Ceased Wire
It is settled that Jos. M.
Brown will be Gov
ernor of Georgia.
i When “Little Joe” Brown
announced himself for Gover
nor of Georgia, those who
were opposed to Governor
‘'Smith’s administration frank
ly said he never had a chance
of election, and the Governor’s
supporters showered ridi
cule upon him. \\ ith a stead
fast determination and indom
itable courage Joe Brown won
ftis way into the hearts of the
voters of Georgia by his clear
cut cards to the people,, which
dealt with measures and not
abuse of men, and day by day
steadily gained upon his oppo
nent, the race culminating in
the grandest political victory
ever known in Georgia. Brown
*is known to have carried 59
'counties, but unable to give
exact figures. Below we give
the majorities by counties as
far as obtainable by wire,
closing at 2 a. in. Friday:
I County Majority
! Bryan, 400
Clinch, ' 150
toittkr ufcekio U
Pickens, 0 400
Haralson, v 300
•Jeff Davis, 38
Washington, _ 24
Cobb, ~ 476
Johnson, ' 20
Doughery 1 122
Murray, . 100
WINDER. JACKSON COUNTY. GEORGIA. THURSDAY, JUNE 4 1908.
The citizens of Winder leased
a special wire from the Western
Cnion Teleeraph Company f* r
the purpose of giving by stereop
ticon flashlight, the election re
turns. By.kindness of those con
cerned we are enabled to give to
our patrons the results through
out tin* state.
I FOR SMITH.
Elbert, ’ 178
Newton, " 100
Putnam, 2 ’8
The Constitution estimates
Browns’ majority in the
state at 17,000.
Congressman Thus. 51. Bell car
ried every 'county in the Ninth
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The Board of Education met in
regular session <>n May 28, for pur
pose of electing a corps <>f teachers
for the ensuing scholastic year. :
After a careful examination of more i
than a hundred applications, the!
following strong faculty was chosen: !
Superintendent —E. J. Robeson. I
Principal —W. M. Holser.beck.
Elocution —Miss Bessie Ham.
Music —Miss Susie Dowdell.
First Grade, A. —Miss Cargill.
First Grade, B —Miss Quillian.
Second Grach —Miss McWilliams.
Third Grade—Miss Woodruff.
Fourth Grade—Miss Thompson.
Fifth Grade —Miss Bowden.
Sixth Grade —Miss Nina Ware.
Seventh tirade —Miss Blair.
Prine'pal —C. L. Williams.
Assistant —F. L. Wyley.
This is a strong faculty and
Winder’s schools shoull prosper
l MON SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
4t Grant Perk, Atlanta, Wednesday,
June I Oth.
The following representatives of
the Sunday schools met at the First
National bank, June 2, 1908:
Methodist—A. A. Camp, W. H.
T h)1o and W. T- Robinson.
Baptists —J. B. Williams, A. S-
Morgan, W. L. BlaSingame and N.
.J. Kelly, t
Christian —W. O. Perry and
Clau le Mavne.
Presbyterian —S. C. Potts and XV.
H. Quarter man.
N. J. Kelly was elected tempo
Claud Mavne elected secretary.
J. B. Williams was elected perma
nent chairman. and W. H. Toole
A motion was carried to have the
picnic at Grant Bark. Atlanta, on
Wednesday, June 10th. Train wil:
leave Winder at 7:45 a. in. and
Sunday schools to leave Grant Park
at 5:.‘10 P. M., eastern time.
Tickets will he signed and sold by
W. H, Toole, treasurer, at the first
Whole tickets 75c*and half tickets
40c. Those from Gto 12 years old
go for half tickets, all over 12
old full fair.
Committee on transportation—.l.
B. Williams, WC T. Robinssn, A.
A Pretty Ribbon will //
DECORATE ANY DRESS or So'
FOR THE .SAME REASON THAT NATURE MAKE.S
THE F LOWE?- .5, FACTORIES make RIBON.S--FOR
ORNAMENT. Do YOU NOT LIKE SETTER THE
81RD.5 THAT WEAR BRIGHT PLUMAGE, AND Do
YOU NOT WI*SH To BRIGHTEN Your, attire
WITH BEAUTIFUL RIBBON*?? V/E REALLY WIUH
YOU WOULD COME AND ,SEE oUR RIBBON*S. THEY
WILL PLEAUE YOUR EYE AND YOUR PUR.SE.
TI6E ,SAY S, *SHOE*S V/E HAVE ALWAYS. BETTER
Look at that beautiful $5.00 voile ukirt
V/ITH AN ECRU LACE WALST.
J. T. Strange & Cos.,
Leaders in Style, Regulators and Controllers of Low Prices
A. Camp and A. S. Morgan.
A. A. Camp was elected chair
man of baggage our committer —one
man to he supplied from each Sun
C. M. Ferguson was elected mar
shal of the dav.
A motion made and carried that
m nutes of the meeting be> publish
ed m Winder Weekly News.
The members of the different Sun
day seln (.Is and churches are urged
to purchase their tickets at onbe in
order that ample provision may be
made. This is important.
Every family is requested to take
a full basket. Be on time —train*
Claud Maynk, Secretary.
Jolly Jokers’ Picnic.
One of the most pleasant enter
tainments of the season was the
picnic given on the 28th of May
by the Jolly Jokers in honor of the
school teachers and their visitors.
The members met at the home of
the president and from there went
in a body to Whitehead’s pasture,
where a delicious lunch was spread.
Miss Kathleen Coker entertained
the Jokers Wednesday with a lawn
party. Delicious ices were served i
late in the afternoon.. Miss Coker
proved a charming hostess. The
next meeting will be held with Miss
Ora Lee Camp on Wednesday, the