JUST A FEW MORE DAYS AND THAT WHOLESALE STOCK SALE AT
J. L. SAUL’S
WILL SOON BE OVER.
Notwithstanding the fact that last Saturday was the first day the fanners had any chance to do any work for some time. Our store has
Ivcn packed and jammed with country people as well as city people all day Saturday and has been well rushed all this week. In a word, our sales
have been a great success, far beyond our expectation. We feel grateful to our cm tenters and friends for the confidence in us and our special sale
as well. Although hundreds of bargains have left this store for the past few days during our sale.
\Yc Still have hundreds of bargains 911 hand tor which it will pay you to come fifty miles after.
C„me and you will say that a half lias never been yet told. This may be your only chance in life to
dress yourself and family at such astonishing prices.
Yours for business,
J. L. SA UL,
Broad Street WINDER, GA.
WINDER WEEKLY NEWS
Published Every Thursday Evening
Romurr O. Pm-s, Editor.
(1. 1). Iv l >ss, A.-^ociatc.
Entered at the Postoffice at Winder, C.a.
as second class mail matter.
suiisciv i ptiox uatks
Oik* Year, - - ■ SLOD
Six Months, - - - '>o
Three Months, - - -’n
Thursday, July 16, 1908.
Last week we stated that- one of
tin* candidates for road commis
sioner lived in MinisVs district
when we should have said Newtown.
Everybody knows T. T. Staple) lives
If you don't believe this section
produces tlie prettiest Elhertus on
tin 1 market, just take a trip to the
orchard of our old college chum J.
\V. Shields, about a half mile from
Winder. The sight will cure the
blues. Seeing is believing and
tasting is knowing. Here's to you
The Foster service pensions bill
was defeated in the house of repre
sentatives Monday afternoon for lack
of constitutional majority after a
morning of heated debate and an
extension of t ime for its linal dispo
sition. The vote for the bill was lld
,-jud the vote against it 24. the neces
sary two-third vote being 122.
Owing to conditions over which
I had no control, it will he impos
sible for me to see the voters ol
Jackson county before the day of
election, and I hereby withdraw
from the race for tax receiver. Ite
spectfuliy, M . IV bonus.
Will Sint] dl Jefferson.
There will be an all-day singing
in the court house at Jefferson oil
the fourth Sunday in July. Dinner
will be served on tie* grounds. The
Gainesville Midland Railway will
sell round trip tickets for i.nc fare.
Train leaves Monroe at 7:30 a'in.
Returning it will leave Jefferson at
5:40 p. rn.
HOSCHTON HAS PROSPERITY CLUB
Already prosperous, HoscTiton is
forging to the front. 011 July Rh
a rrosperity (Tul) was t rganizml,
several hundred enrolling, and each
member \va- pr< sented with a lmnd
somi hutti'H, on which is printed
the end>lem of the State of (TeOrgia,
and around the edge of the hut ton
the words, ‘‘Prosperity Chib ot
1 Inschton.’ ‘
Harmonious organized effect
means great things for a town, and
we hope this latest move of our sis
ter city may firing forth abundant
fruit. We suggest that one of the
first things the club undertakes will
be to join us in kicking for a sched
ule on the Gainesville Midland that
will enable us to come up and see
her grow without having to spend a
week before returning. The follow
ing excellent program was rendered
•>n the Ith:
Prayer —Rev. J. 1.. Hall.
Welcome Address —Prof- J. IT.
1 leelamation —Carter Hulsey.
Recitation —Miss Montine Wil
Recitation —Miss Zellu Pirkle.
, Song —“The Good Old l-. S. A.'
Address —Hon. H. 11. Perry.
Recitation —Miss Mariell Harnett.
Oration —“The Worth of a Man'
j—ll. I*. DeLaperriero.
Address —Hon. Geo. 0. T homas.
The hall game was called otT before
it was finished on account of rain,
the score being '2 to l in favor of
i I inschton.
HU CAT WAS SATE.
We were tolling a party of "town
farmers" the other day about tin'
fellow- who had corn so tall and
thick that lie stopped plowing at
live o'clock in afternoon, think
ing the sun was down, when Lucie
Mae Camp banned us this:
'"Speakingof tall corn, 1 had some
corn once that beat anything 1 ever
heard of. Boh Carithers told me*
that he was out one night coon
hunting when his dogs struck a cat.
The dogs chased the eat to my corn
patch and treed him up a cornstalk-
The cat was sitting safely on an ear
of corn, w hile the hounds howled
beneath. Boh, who is six feet
two, says he could not reach the
cat with an ax handle.
We give it up. But we know a
fellow who has corn -o tall that he
has to chop down the stalks to get
The Growing City of Thrift and
Tie - Indio of the baptist church
will have an ice cream supper on
the school hoii.-t lawn Thun "day
evening, July ‘2Trd, next. This is
a worthy cause and should he pat
ronized by all our people. There
will be plenty of nice things to eat
and a nice time will be given all
who will attend. All are invited to
conic and enjoy the evening.
Dr. S. A. Boland was in Atlanta
Wednesday on professional business.
Mrs. Hayden Moore, of Monroe,
is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Ross, Jr. while Mr. Moore is
at Wrightsville Reach.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hodges, of
Rogart, are here attending the
meetings at the Christian church.
Misses Cam mi r and Susie White
head, of Birmingham, Ala., were
the guests of their cousin, Mrs. W.
J . Ross, Jr., Sunday.
Hon. J. L. Williamson, of Jeffer
son, candidate for ordinary, was
here Monday shaking hands with
his many friends.
Miss Huie Durden, of Monroe, is
spending this week with Miss Zona
W. D. Bolton and wife, and Miss
Jewell McDonald, were in Atlanta,
Sunday with relatives. Yes, and
t iyde was along too.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Robertson, a girl.
Mrs. J. K. Choc ley, of Bogart,
was with her sister, Mrs. Holmes,
Miss Mvrt Arnold was at home
Sunday from Atlanta, where she is
Little Miss Almond Taylor, of
Chester, S. C. is spending a week
with Miss Ruth Arnold. Miss Tay
lor has received many attentions at
the hands of the younger set.
The protracted serveses at the
Christian church are being
well attended, and much interest is
t>eing manifested. Mr. McDonold,
the pastor, is doing some plain and
Mrs. B. H. McDonald will leave
Saturday for Maysville to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David.
Mr. Golden Norris, of Atlanta,
was here Sunday, to the delight of
All who are interested and wish
to join the party to Greene county
w ill Ih.‘ at the Lanier Hotel Monday
morning early. Dr. Lanier will con
duct the party and w ill show you a
nice trip to inspect the lands of
Cards are out announcing the
marraige of Miss Ruby Lester, of
this city, to Mr. Golden Norris, of
Atlanta, the wedding to he at the
home of the brides father, Mr.
Tolbert Lester, Sunday, July the
20th. They will leave immediately
for their home in Atlanta,.
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We may have had our differences
before, hut now’we Lire all tor Bryan
and Brown, Bread and Beef, Bis
cuit and Butter. Come on, hoys,
let's hold hands and sing. Editor
Pendleton, please hi st the tune —
Alpharetta Free Press.
The Savannah Press heads an
editorial “Put I p the Bars." We
thought the sentiment down there
was in favor of opening the bars. —
Taft does not believein the divin
ity ot .Christ, but often attends wor
ship at the Episcopal church. Fun
ny, that. —Dublin Courier-Dispatch.
Miss June Howland married Mr.
Thomas Bugg in North Carolina the
other day. And now they will call
her June Bugg the whole year round.
—Anderson Daily Mail.
A man's good reputation may her
duo to the fact that people are not
on to his curves. *