Mr. R. 1). Moore was in Atlanta
K Mr. Virgil McCutchens spent Sun
day in Bogart.
to Mr. and Mrs. Lush
Coker, a daughter.
Mr T. A. Maynard left last Sun
day for New York.
Mr. Chad. Mathews, of Bethlehem
was in Winder Tuesday.
“Good old-tThue” milk shake at
Farmers’ Supply Company.
Mr. Phil Pendergrass,of Athens,
was in \Vinder Sunday afternoon.
Miss Emma Mobley, of Bostwick,
is visiting relatives here this week.
Mrs. M. E. Smith is spending
this week in Crawford, with re
Mr. John Henry Mathews, of
Carrollton, is visiting Rev. Settle
Mrs. \V r . B. McCants left Monday
for Gainesville, where she will spend
several days. %
Miss Ola Daniel, who lias been
visiting friends and relatives in At
lanta for the past ten days, returned
Mrs. Ida Parnell and children, of
Athens, spent Saturday night and
►Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Dr. George E. Daniel, of Dan
ielsville, accompanied by his son,
Dr. Sam, visited his brother, Mr.
Y. A. Daniel Monday.
Mr. Ben Foster, who has been at
tending college at Louisville, Kv..
for the past eight months,is at home
fora short while.
Get your water pipe and bath
tubs ppt in ready for use when wa
ter is turned on. Leathers &
Eavenson. ’Phone i>4.
Get your water pipe and bath
tubs put in ready for use when wa
ter is turned on. Leathers <sr
Eavenson. ’Phone 1)4.
Mr. and Mrs. Erasmus Phillipps
and baby, of Monroe, who have
!>oeii the guests <>f Mr. and Mrs.
\V. L. Jackson, have returned home.
A fine Kentucky-bred horse for
sale. Seven .years old and as sour.d
as a dollar. Either cash or good
note. Apply to J. L. Saul, NY inder,
Mr. J. 11. Foster, who lives two
and one-half miles below town,
brought in a cotton blossom Mon
day,as did also Mr. M. A. Hoseh.of
Mr. Neb Vonderlieth has accepted
a position as a knight of the grip,
the Carolinas constituting his terri-
tory. Neb will leave for his new
field of endeavor next week.
Mis? Manche Stanton was hostess
to the Jolly Jokers Wednesday after
noon. Delicious melons were served
on the lawn. The Misses C'arithers
will l>e at home tq the Jokers
Wednesday, July 1, from fi to :3O
Mrs. Mamie Smith Wyley stopped
off in our city Wednesday on her
return from Gainesville, where she
attended the district meeting of the
Home Mission Society, and will
spend a few days before returning
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Crockery at cost at Farmers’ Sup
Mrs. Berayman Camp is visting
relatives in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodges
spent Sunday in Bagart-
Cleaning up sale of Crockery.
Farmers’ Supply Company.
Mr- Robert Smith is visiting at
Stone Mountain this week.
Father T. L. Ross is spending
the week with Dr. S. T. Ross.
Miss Julia Phipps is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Green Millsaps.
Mr Ben Moore, of Monroe, was
a visitor in Winder last Sunday.
Miss Xeda Miller, of Macon, is
the guest of Mrs. A. S. Morgan this
Mrs. R. U. Wright is visting
her mother, Mrs. Tucker, in Comer
M iss Leila O'Neal is in Atlanta
this week, the guest of Miss Hattie
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Perry, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
•Johnson’s best make of Crockery
Ware for sale at cost. Farmers’
Miss Norine Cooper, who has been
visting in Monroe, for several days,
Mr. H. C. Collier, of Athens, was
the guest of friends in Winder Sun
Johnson’s best make of Crockery
Ware for sale at cost. Farmers’
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jennings of
Athens, spent last Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Cox.
Mrs. A. D. McCurry left Tuesday
for Gainesville,where she will spend
a month with relatives.
Choicest staple and fancy groce
ries. Fresh stock always? on hand
at Farmers’ supply Cos.
Messrs. Dee Jackson and John
Kilgoiv made a pleasant visit to
Hoschton Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. T. E. Key, who has been
visting relatives here, returned to
her home at Commerce, Monday.
Mrs..!. E. Callahan and children
have returned from Atlanta, where
they have been visiting relatives.
Misses Kathleen Coker and lcie
Smith attended the teachers exam
ination at Lawrenceville last week.
Keep your eye on the weekly
changes in the ad. of Kilgore tfc
Kelly. These enterprising mer
chants are always on the lookout
for bargains in the eastern markets
and give their customers the bene
fit-'of their pick-ups there during
the dull summer season. They are
selling goods which were already
at rock-bottom prices at a still fur
ther reduction to make room for
shipments now on the way. Each
week turn to page eight and keep
up with their slaughter of high
prices. Watch for Kilgore & Kelly,
the firm which does business year
in and year out, under the motto
of “quick sales and short prices/’
E re Insurance.
MILITARY GOMEOY DRAMA
By . *
THE WINDER GUARDS
FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 26,
NEW OPERA HOUSE.
“The Starry Flag’’ a Play Full of
Thrilling Situations, Emotional Climax
es, Breezy Wit and Humor.
Presented for the first time in
Winder and guaranteed to please.
Come out and help Company H„
the crack company of the state.
Admission 15 and 25c.
Mr. A. G. Cooper spent Sunday
Mr. J. Wesley Smith spent Sun
day with home-folks.
Mrs. J. T. Strange returned from
Mr. Herschel Hill was in Jeffer
son, Monday on business.
Miss Ruth Mobley, of Bostwiek,
is spending the week with Miss lcie
Messrs. Lester Harwell and Offie
Flanigan spent Sunday in Jefferson,
the guests of friends.
All fruits, vegetables, etc., that
the market affords can be obtained
at Farmers’Supply Company.
Mrs. Clara Jones, the efficient
trimmer of the firm of Kilgore &
Kelly, returned to her home hi At
Misses Gussie O’Neal and Pauline
Camp are in Athens. They went
up to the ( lassie City to attend the
Mrs. J. W. Harris, who has
visiting Mr. and Mrs. \\ . If. Math
ews for the past few days returned
to her home in Athens Sunday.
Frank BONDURANT hBS
returned from Tallulah Falls. Frank says he ex
plored the Mammoth Cave located near Lookout
Inn and the surrounding country abounds in
citrus fruit. Get him to tell you all about the
Eskimos and prairie dogs,
Malcolm Stanton, who has !>een
in Pamanafor the past year assisting
Tnclc Sam in building the canal ar
rived home this week. Malcolm says
the canal is progressing nicely.
Office Office Telephone No. 1,
Smith & Gunthers B i d's. Residence 'Phone No. 12
E. W. Bondurant,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
mm 'Jiate and Careful
Attention Given all
Aprency M itters.
Farmers’ Supply Company han
dies all kinds canned goods.
Mrs. W. E. Merck leaves Sunday
for Gainesville, for a week's visit to
Mrs. H. E. Edwards is in Athens
attending the Durham-Hawthorne
Mr. H. E. Millikin has been ap
pointed deputy grand chancellor of
Win .or Lodge No. 90, K. of P.
Messrs. Emory and Frank Merck
Sunday in Jefferson, the
guests,of their father, Mr. \V. H.
Mr. F. W. Hondurant has been
appointed sergant major in first bat
talion of the Fifth regiment,national
guards. Frank's many friends re
joice with him in this honor.
Company H. Fifth Georgia na
tional guards, will leave for Chick
aniauga Park July 13, for a ten
days’ encampment. The members
of the company anticipate an
The two-story building at the
corner of Jackson and Candler
streets was, on Wednesday, sold to
J. B. Williams and \V. T. Robin
son. The property was owned by
Rev. H. N. Rainey. The sale was
made by \V. H. Toole. The pres
ent owners will, it is understood,
make extensive and handsome im
provements. Tiled sidewalks will
run around the entire building,
and when the plans have been car
ried out this will Ik* the handsomest
<ier in Winder. The price paid
S.V lot was $J,200.
AH Losses Paid
Promptly and With
Copyright 1907, by Outcsult Advertising Cos., Ch<
June 25, 1908.
July 4th will soon
be here. Won't you
be glad? We will have
a picnic then. Mama
told me this morning
to go down to the gro
cery and get a whole
lot of things for the
4th. This is what I
and all kinds of cakes.
P. S. We don't trade
anywhere hut at
The Gem Grocery Cos.
Given for Benefit of the Vashti
The* regular meeting of the Home
Mission Society will meet next Tues
day afternoon, June 90, at 4 ocloek,
with Mrs. W. L. Blasingame. After
the business, a miscellaneous show
er will he given by the memliors of
the society. Every member is ur
gently requested to be present on
this important occasion.
1. All who have license to teach
in the public schools, unless they
have permanently retired from the
profession, are required to attend
the annual session of the Teachers
Institute, which meets June 2‘J.
2. Each delinquent, without a
physician’s certificate of physical
inability to attend the Institute,
shall pay not less than s2,nor more
than so, for each day of absence,
the same to be deducted from each
delinquent teacher’s account.
R. D. Moore, C. S- 0.
For public service. Terms
One Dollar, strictly in ad
vance, with return privilege.
T. C. DUNN.
Continental Ins. Cos., N. Y.
Hartford Fire of Hartford, Conn.
Liverpool & London & Globe of N. O.
German American Ins. Cos.. N. Y.
Athens Mutual Fire Ins. Cos.. Ga.
Winchester Fire Ins. Cos., N. Y.
Hanover Fire of N. Y.
Caledonian Fire of N. Y.
Dixie Fire of N. C.
Metropolitan of N. Y.
North American of Chicago.
Casualty C mpany.
United States Casualty of N. Y.
State Life of Indiana'
United Surety Cos., of Md.