HAYNIE STRONG AT HOME
The Man From Chandler’s Will Cross
the Mulberry 500 Ahead of
Nearest Competitor, So
With the primary election for
county officers in Jackson only 15
days off, there is little enthusiasm
in this section.
The race for chairman of the
Board of Commissioners of Roads
and Revenues is attracting the most
attention, and the friends of Joe M.
Haynie.are speaking out, and it is
the consensus of opinion that he
will cross the Mulberry river 500 in
the lead of his nearest competi^r.
Just to obtain the sentiment of
the voters in this section as to this
race a few of Mr. Haynie’s sup
porters Tuesday morning circulated
a petition, asking those who in
tended supporting Haynie in the
approaching primaiy to signify the
same by signing, and in an hour
more than a hundred Winder vo
ters had 'put their names to the
list. Below will be found the names
of those who had signed up to Tues
.R L Crither-*, M J Griffith, R N
Pentecost, W E Young, J R Cox,
D D Kesler, LA House, J L Lanier,
A G Cooper, C H Barron, C C
Gregory, S S Thomas, J A Delay,
RAW Smith, Claud Mayne, James
W Saundres, J M Jackson, J G
Cooper, T I) Hodges, A J Woodruff,
R Tv Woodruff, R 1J Wright, V W
McCutchens, A E Bush, FI G Hill,
J T Woodruff, D M Wilson, J W
Millsaps,H A Carithers, J T Strange,
A D McCurry, F C Wallace, L W
Nowell. Tv W Hodges, J A Thomas,
C M Ferguson, E A Starr, A P
Copeland, N M Gomez,D N Thomas,
’L Brown, G L Pentecost, A H
O’Neal, W B Mathews, A I) Chan
dler, W Tv Blasingame W C Flan
igan, T Hicks, FT M Morgan, J W
Marlow, W A Ayers, J B Lay, C O
Niblack, H II Segars, J H Segars,
Vas Segars, J A Segars, J H House,
E S Bennett, E C McDonal W B
Holt, E V Hardigree,W J Smith,Jr.
M E Sisk, J W Moore, J B Will
iams, H P Quillian, T A Robinson.
J W Segars, J M Williams, J B
Dalton, O CTate, W K Lyle G C
Pledger, J H Maynard, Frank
Tolbert, J H Evans, J G Evans,
W E Merck, G H Kilgore,E Hewitt,
.) H Fulcher, It L Fulcher, J E
Fulcher, C J Healan. G W DeLaper
riere, T S Maddox,;A Y Eavenson,
A S Lay, J W Carrington, J P Cal
lahan, D P Brewer, J H Jenkins,
W T Robinson, P P Smith, ,1 A
Bearden, J J Hall, S T Ross, M D;
II J Stewart, W E Poole, A C
Perry, L E Herrin, J H Tuner,
H I) Jackson, Jr. II I> Jackson Sr,
W J Herrin, J R Smith, W P Chan
dler, J W Westbook, S C Hill,
W E O’Neal, J L Saul, J W Shields,
F E Durst, G S Millsaps, H E
Patat, 0 O Crow, M F Wood, L J
McElhannon, II J Pledger, F B
Harris, E A Sanders, R T Queen
T L Queen, E D Sparks. .1 R Segura,
J B Wilkerson, A D Mincey, .1 .1
Segars, H R Watkins, W N Strange,
J .J Foster, J W Foster, M .1 Garner,
G W Garner, II FHovvington, J W
Howington, W B Patrick, M C
Patrick, A B Harwell, L A Moon,
(1 M I) Moon, .1 E Hogan, J N
Mosley, J I* Rainey, S C W ilburn,
Wash Lee, .1 F Phillips, R \V Toney,
“J J Hudgins, A S Puckett, ,J \V
Poster, E B Poster, R V Aycock,
TDntDer week In A cws.
WINDER, JACKSON COUNTY. GEORGIA. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1908
W H Aycock, .1 F Burson, H R
Delay, J W Haynie, O M Haynie,
G E Haynie, A M Haynie, J W
Maynard, R J Pentecost, I) L Par
ker, A F Lee, J W Howington,
F W Wills, R L Edwards,
M M Banks, N T Lancaster,
R A Hill, J T Morgan, II M Hill,
N C Roberts, H V Freeman, Elmer
Freeman, W (' Howington, -1 L
Fulcher, W C Rutledge, F M Wal
lace, J W O'Shields, H H Marlow,
R H McElhannon. .1 L Healan, J F
Healan, M I Archer, W J Hewell,
II H Hewell, C N Thompson, J II
Brown, E H Brown, J B Brown, W
H Elrod, K C Satterfield, W H
AVatson, J H Jackson, U W Smith.
T C Dunn, J II Kilgore W Z Hill,
D F Hill, J W Casper, .J A Casper,
John Deaton, W S Smith, D S
Smith, J H Giles, P L Giles, W I)
Hill, M L Williamson, G W Steed,
J C Pentecost, O C Suddath, H W
Steed, J N Steed, J R McCain, J E
Perkins, Henry McCain, W R Smith
J F Lyle, J B Lyle, J S Finch, H
S Finch, J D Spence, Carlton Pen-
Pentecost, W M Green way, E M
Dunahoo, W F Eunahoo, J E Dun
ahoo, L E Dnnahoo, T S Dunahoo,
J O Stinchcomb, J V Stinchcomb,
.] H Holliday, J M Austin, S J Mc-
Elhannon, J L McEver, R L Wall,
A D Sims, A 1) Wall, .Jr., H C
Wall, R O Ross, G D Ross, E M
Arnold, J H Mobley, S A Boland,
C E Nicholson, W M Harper, C B
Chambers, J M Robertson, W H
Edgar, F M Williams, 0 W N La
nier, 0 M Hale, X W Parker, T A
Aycock, L L Thurmond, A H Pat
ton, W -J Haynie, Jones Sells, .J F
Holmes, R L Hammond, .J R Nieh
elson, R J Roberts, W I) McDonald,
R H Wall, A I, Maleom, L I) Nieh
elson, L M Arnold, J T Treadwell, J
L Haynie,J C Daniel,J O Burson, W
M Fite, W P Dooly, J D Ross, M
Doolittle, W D Bolton, J H Wall,
E L Ross, J W Sikes, F M Cooper,
M F Whitehead, W J Ross, Jr., D
L Hale, W E Cogburn, E H Sikes,
C M Hammond, J G Burson, R B
Archer, J B Lowe, -J L Campbell,
W A Mclntyre, T C Wall, \\ D
Wall, R Z Wall, T L Wall, R L
Mobley, R F Hammond, G N .Jones,
W C Robertson, J I* Arnold, J W
Ware, J W Thurmond, J R Cheek,
J E Hammond, Tolbert Lester, W
A Pledger, M H Lowe, N M 1.0 we,
J M Wall, C C Robertson, J" A
Wall, Patman Lester.
THt BUSY BLE CLUB Of
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lott enter
tained the Busy Bee Club on last
Friday evening at their beautiful
home on South Broad street. The
porch was beautifully decorated
with palms, ferns and cut flowers
while the lawn was artistically
arranged for the games played.
Miss Annie Scott entertained
with many piano solos, which w re
very much enjoyed by all present.
Late in the evening delicious re
freshments were served by Miss
Flora Scott arid Mr. Loyd Scott.
Every one went away declaring
that "they had spent a most enjoya
ble evening and were charmed with
the manner in which the evening
was spent, and more especially the
interest in which all the family are
manifesting fur the Busy Bee Club.
Those enjoying the hospitality of
the evening were: Misses Flossy
Young, Bertha Sell, Lola Blalock, 1
Newell, Oolena, Ola Darby, Istha,
Leila, Bertha and Alma Hosch,
Flora Wilson, Curtis Adams, Bessie
Kilgore, Messrs. Sell. Willie T. and
Flillie Randolph, foimth, Bell. H-P
-and Arthur DeLaperrit-re, Bassell
and Asbury Hosch, Titshem.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Short Items Gathered Gy Telephone.
Grapevine. Wireless and the
Mrs. H. E. Edwards visited the
Classic City this week.
Miss Mattie Wall, of Noreross, is
vLiting the Misses Camp.
Miss Flora Wood is visiting r< -
latives in Conyers this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Coshy, of
Auburn, were in Winder Tuesday.
G. I). Roffs. of The News, is in
Gainesville with the editor’s this
Miss Lona Segars is visiting re
latives and friends in Maysville this
Mr. J. \. Ross of Jefferson is
the guest of relatives in Winder
Mr. an and Mrs. R. L. Rodges left
today for Wrightsville Beach for a
H. P. Flanigan will leave next
week for Memphis, Tenn., for a
Miss Lottie Murden, of Atlanta,
is the admired guest of Miss Leila
O’Neal this week.
Miss Lizzie Cooper is spending
this week in Commerce, the guest
of Miss Norine Cooper.
Mrs. H. E. Edwards will leave
Monday for Royston, where she will
spend several months.
Mrs. l’earl Statham, of Jackson,
Ala., is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Bennett.
Mr. \V. F. Elrod has returned
from Lexington, Ga- where he went
to visit relatives.
Mrs. W. F. Elrod is visting her
sister, Mrs. A. L. Brooks, of At
lanta, this week.
Lost —A K. of P. pin on Candler
street, tinder will please return to
this office and get reward.
Mrs- Nellie Lou Hamby, of At
lanta, is the guest of the Misses
Camp this week.
Mrs. Ermine Stanton left Mon
day for Martansville, Va- to be tie
guests of the Misses .Jones.
Mrs. W. H. Wright, of Hartwell,
Ga. is visitiny her sister, Mrs. A.
Y. Eavenson, on New Street.
Misses Lizzie and Emma Cooper
have returned home after several
days visit to relatives in Loganville.
Mrs. Minnie Boline and son, who
have been visiting Mr. A. 11.
O’Neal, left lor her home Monday.
Miss Annie Richards, of Atlanta,
daughter of ('apt. .J. B. Richards,
is the guest of Miss Gussie O’Neal.
Mr. Joe Quillin rretuned from
Middleton, where he has been as
sisting the depot agent, in shipping
Get your water pipe and bath tubs
put in readj for use when water is
turned on. Leathers <& Eavenson.
Miss Manche Stanton left Tues
day for Gainesvlle to join the
Weekly Press Association, in ses
sion in that city.
Mrs. C. L. Harris, -of Jefferson,
|is a t the bedside of h- r brother,
Frank Suddath, who has typhorid
fever, and we are glad tu state lie
is at preset t doing nicely.
Get your water pipe and bath tubs
put in ready for use when water is
turned on. Leathers Eavenson.
Miss Anna Cook, of Bishop, who
has been spending several weeks
with her sister,Mrs. T. A. Maynard,
returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. AY. W. Baldwin,
of Madison, are expected the latter
part of this week to l>e the guest of
Rev. A. W. Quillian and family.
‘ Mrs. W, H. Hambly arrived
Monday to he the guest of her par
ents and other relatives during the
district meeting, this week.
Mrs. W. IT. Bush entertained the
Aid and Missionary societies of the
Baptist church Monday afternoon.
Cream and cakes were served.
Miss Maye Kelly, who has been
visiting her uncle, Mr. Isham Blake
for several months, will leave this
afternoon for her home in Southern
Pines, N. C.
Messrs. S. C. Hill and E. C. Mc-
Donald will leave Saturday for
Chickamauga Park, where they will
spend a couple of days with Com
pany H, our local military com
Mrs. P. H. Mears of Augusta ar
rived in the city Wednesday to be
the guest of her parents, Mr. ajjd
Mrs. J. O. Hardigree, on Athens
street. Rev. P. H. Mears will ar
rive Sunday to join his wife.
Just to liven up these dull days.
The Winder Lumber Company Win
tering a competitive bid on the C.
8. postoffiice and cOtrrthouse, at
Valdosta, Ga., which involves con
siderably over one hundred thousand
The Foreign Missionary Society
of the Gainesville district is in ses
sion at the Methodist church. The
opening session Wednesday night
consisted of welcome addresses and
responses by delegates. The society
will be in session several days.
Be sure and read the real estate
ad of Quarterman, Toole & Norman
in this issue. These husstling young
real estate men have, some thing
intresting to say. If you have prop
erty for sale, list it with them. If
your want to buy, call on them.
The military boys are in Chick
amauga this week. Lieutenant
Millikin authorized us to invite Win
der, to mess with Company H. next
Sunday. We do so, but warn all
who contemplate going, for the big
army caking stove got left, and
at last accounts was at the depot
LUCKY THIRTEEN ENTERTAINED.
MGses Emma and Lizzie Cooper
entertained the “Lucky Thirteen”
club delightfully at a picnic last
Wednesday afternoon at Kimbell’s
springs. The guests, after having
such a pleasant time at the springs,
were carried to Turner’s cafe,
where delicious tees and cakes were
Those who enjoyed the Misses
Cooper’s hospitality were: Misses i
Ora U-e Camp, Nellie Lou Hamby,
of Atlanta; Ruth Carithers, Cleo
Bush, Lucy Jackson, Gussie O’Neal,
Miss Annie Richards, of Atlanta;
Johnie Lou Smith, Ruby Carithers
and Kathlene Coker.
The next meeting will be held
with Miss Lucy Jackson on Church
street next Wednesday afternoon.
Don’t give a dollar with one hand
apd take back two with the other.
TO MEET IN MONROE
Tri-County Medical Society Held
Profitable Meeting Many
That was an enthusiastic and well
attended meeting of physicians
which assembled in city hall Tues
day. The occasion was the quarter
ly session of the Tri-County Medi
cal Society. Papers were read by
Drs. R. P. Adams, of Bethlehem;
S. T. Ross, and H. P. Quillian, of
The paper ly Dr. Adams brought
forth a lively discussion. His pa
per was a treatise on “Cholera In
fantum.” After a discussion of
more than an hour, participated in
by Drs. Hill, of Carl; Hodges and
Almond, of Winder; Pendergrass,
Hurst and Van Horne, of Monroe,
the patient died, and the doctors
turned their attention to “Gastro
Enteric Intoxication in Children,”
a paper by Dr. Ross. Whatever that
is, it was handled with gloves off by
Dr. Pirkle, of Monroe; Dr. Pierce,
of Suwannee; Dr. Quillian, of Win
der; Dr. Darby, of Hoschton, and
Dr. Hammond, of Monroe. The
paper by Dr. Quillian on Typhoid
Fever received much attention.
Many of the physicians have fever
patients at this time. The eager
ness on the part of the doctors to
exchange views on this subject was
an earnest of the interest they felt
in the welfare of their patients, and
happy results must surely follow
the general discussion of this im
portant theme. Practically all the
physicians took part in the discus
The Monroe physicians extended
an invitation to the society to he
itheir guest in. October. The invita
tion was unanimously accepted.
Knowing Monroe’s reputation for
hospitality, the physicians look for
ward with pleasure to this meeting.
On that occasion Typhoid Fever,
Appendicitis, Puerperal Convul
sions and Pneumonia will be the
WELL PLEASED ADVERTISER.
Advertise your business and keep
your promises and it will soon ad
vertise you. Last Saturday was
the busiest day in the year with
the fanners, for it had rained most
of the week, yet there was one store
in Winder that was crowded with
customers. Why? Because every
body knows that when J. L. Saul
advertises a cut-price sale, it is a
guarantee of bargains well worth
the sacrifice of a day’s work. Mr.
Saul, in speaking to us, said:
‘"ibis, I am more than pleased with
the outcome of my sale. We had
all we could do all the week, and
expect a large crowd next Satur
So, you see, it pays to advertise.
Mr. Saul’s store is two doors below
the postoffice, where courteous clerks
will be pleased to show you his
large and varied stock of goods.
Within four years the tax books
of Jackson county show an increase
in taxable property of nearly a mil
lion and a half dollars. The 1907
digest showes $4,883,0:52, while the
[digest for 1908, just completed by
Tax Receiver Lord, shows $5,010,
7t>9, a gain ovtr last year of $157, 41