■v?ruy National Bank Between Atlanta and Athens."
We want your business. We offer you every accommodation that your account and business*
standing will justify. Government supervision.
' THE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WINDER.
OFFICERS: • 1 DIRECTORS:
W 11. TOOLE, President S. W. ARNOLD L. F. SKI.*.
W. 1,. IiI.AHISGAME ( ROBINBON L. 0. BENTON
, V Frosts W. L. BLASINGAME J. B. WILLIAMS *
i. B.;VIUJAMS S • ' A. H. O’NEAL T. C. FLANIGAN
W. L. JACKSON, Cashier. , s. T. ROSS \V r . If. TOOLE.
Grand and Traverse Jurors, Drawn
to Serve at 11/* August Term,
1908, of Jackson Su
.Jackson Superior Court. Grand
and traverse jurors, drawn for Au
gust term, 11)08, by his honor, Clias
H. Brand, judge of said court, on
10th day of Feb., 19^8:
II w Bell, Sr
Arthur 0 Pittman
W. Ellis White
.fames W. Darny
Geo 'l' Hawks
Enoch II Anderson
Tim T Stapler
Angel T Speulman
Burwell W Hancock
W H Williamson
'l' .1 Bennett
Tandy E Key
Robt L Curithers
C O Pittman
C W G Maddox
John N Holder
W C Wills
Russ A Hoseh
Thos T Cooper
IMeasant J Roberta
Elisha B Martin
Robt 1) Johnson
Win 11 Shoals
Junius 11 Jackson
Arthur D Durham
Howard W Jarrett
\V A L Bluckstock
Thos A Henry
Win M Smith
Green W Bart>er
TRAVERSE JURORS FIRST WEEK.
.Jas T Quillian
Marion !) Bluckstock
( has 11 Thompson
\V r m A Curithers
J 1' Barnett
FL t row
Jno \\ Lyle
W Ed O’Neal
James M. Chandler
P P Jennings
J Win Holland
(’ M Burnett
Bird A Boyd
W in P Boggs
Newt 11 Hutchens
Jno C Sc 1 man
Nathan T Elder
Geo T Rice
T L H Isbell
E L Durham
Jno \V Mi Heaps
L W Mauldin
Jasper W Shirley
L I) Niekelson
Jno P Mill
I) E Cronic
Carl M Hudgins
M C Arthur
IA VERSE JURORS SECOND WEEK
'An T Lord Sr
i , P Frost
A Parkf r Watkins
Rir hi,r<i !! \\ ail
J M ilcndcrsuh
Thos E Atkins
Thos () Pendergrass
Rol.f E Johnson
J Luther Lanier
Clarence W Wilhite
.Jno A Sugars
\V A Barnett
Claud M outgo inery
G E Waddell
1) Ben Martin
Sam M Potts
Thos C Hardman
J J Pettyjohn
J P Benton
Jas W Stockton
F 11 Arierhoid
A A Frost
Jas R Freeman
Robert T Cramer
N Ed Dailey
Jas W Casper
Micajah C Guest
IN LOVING MEMORY.
Of little Ralph Helton, infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Helton, who
departed this life June 16. 1908,
age one year, three months and one
v!i*.y. Little Ralph was a sweet
child and loved by all who knew
him. The remains were laid to
rest in the Chapel cemetery. We
extend to the liereaieJ ones our
heartfelt sy rnpathy:
There was an angel band in heaven,
That was not quite complete;
So God took darling Ralph
To fill the vacant seat.
The little crib is empty now,
The little clothes laid by;
A mother’s hope, a father's joy
ln death’s cold arm doth lie.
Go, little pilgrim to thy home
On yonder blissful shore;
We miss thee here, but soon will come
Where thou hast gone before.
Precious darling, he has left us,
Left us, yes, forevermore;
But we hope to meet our loved one,
On that bright and happy shore.
Lonely the house, and sad the hours
Since our dear one has gone;
But Oh, a brighter home than ours,
In Heaven is now his own.
Those little lips so sweet to kiss
Are closed forever now.
Those spark ling eyes that shone so bright
Beneath that pearly brew.
That little heart that beauKo high,
Free from all care and gloom.
Are hidden now from those he loved,
Beneath the silent tomb.
Thy gentle voice now is hushed.
Thy warm true heart is still,
And on thy young and innocent brow
Is resting death’s cold chill.
Thy hands are elapsed upon thy breast,
We have kissed thy lovely brow
And in our aching hearts we know,
We have no darling now.
best The World Affords.
“It gives me unbounded pleasure
to recommend Buckien’s Arnica
Salve,” says J \V Jenkins, of
Chapel Hill, N. C ‘‘l am con
vinced it’s the best salve the world
a fiords It cured a felon on inv
thumb, and it never fails to heal
every sore, burn or wound to which
it is applied. 25c. at G- W. DeCa
per riere's drug store
Mave Made Many Winder Residents
No wonder scores of Winber cit
izens grow Enthusiastic. It is
enough to make, anyone happy to
find relief aft; r years of suffering.
Public statements like the follow
ing are but truthful representa
lion of the daily work done in
Winder by Dana Kidney Rills
A. P. Copeland, Ala-shall,
Winder, Ga., says: •’T am glad to
indorse Doan’s Kidnev Pills, as I
used them with the best results
I con hi get no relief. Having
Doan’sKidney Piils brought to my
attention, I procured a supply at
Turner’s Pharmacy and soon af
ter I commenced using them, my
condition began to improve. In
a short time I was rid of every
sign of kidney trouble and have
not been bothered by it since.”
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Mil burn Cos.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents
for + he United States.
Remember the name—Doan’s
—and take no other.
The Remedy That Does.
“Dr. King’s New Discovery is the
remedy that does the healing
others promise but fail to per
form,’’says Mrs E- K. Pierson,
of Auburn Centre, Pa. “It is
curing me of threat and lung
trouble of long standing, that
other treatments relieved only
temporarily. New Discovery is
doing me so much good that I feel
confident its contained use for a
resonable lengt h of time will re
store me to my perfect health.”
This renowned comb and cold
remedy and t hroat and lung heal
er issokl at G. W. DeLaperriere’s
drug store. 50c. u n d SI.OO. Trial
bottle free .
KILL ti* COUCH I
MB CURE the LUWCa I
m CBif£P ijhUft.
AMD ALL THROAT AMP LUNGTKO!‘BLED J
rwvTf iiwimuriTTi nr -MmTwrrnrmnr iit vtia-
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
The New Barber Shop,
Elrod $• Barron,
We have withdrawn from the
Granite Hotel and opened up a
first-class barber shop in the Can
non building on
First class material and best ot
service. Your patronage solicited.
ELROD & BARRON.
Application for Charter.
GEORGIA, Jackson County—
To the Su: erior Court of said
County: The petition of Dr. J.
T. Wages, 0. C. Wages, S. B. E.
House, John M. yYilliams and A.
S. Morgan, ah of said state, re
1. That they desire for them
sel es, their associates, successors
and assigns, to become incorpora
ted under the name and style of
WINDER COTTON COMPANY.
2 The term for which petitioi -
ersask to be incorporated is twen
ty years, with the privi.ege of re
newal at the end of that time.
3. The capital stock of the
corporation is to be five thousand
dollars, divided into shares of one
hundred dollars each. Petition
ers, however, ask the priv lege of
increasing said capital stock from
time to time not exceeding in the
aggregate Fifty Thousand ($50,-
-4 The whole said capital
stock of five thousand dollars has
already been actually paid in.
5. The object of the proposed
corporation is pecuniary profit
and gain to its stockholders. Pe
titioners propose to carry on a
cotton business and to buy and
sell cotton in any manner they
deem fit; to buy either from wa
gons or other dealers or both ; to
sell either to domestic trade ami
to other dialers or to se’l for ex
t ort or 1 oth : to do all things usu
ally don'e in the buying and sell
ing of cotton; to operate a stor
age warehouse for the handin g of
cotton <>r other articles usually
stored in warehouses: to weigh
cotton or other’articles and to re
ceive compensation therefor; to
handle fertilizers and the prod
ucts composing same, either at
wholesale or retail; to manufac
ture fertilizers for sale; to buy
aud-sell coal, wood and ice; to
carry on a general mercantile es
tablishment. either at wholesale
or retail, nr both, and to do all
| things usually incident !• the
| business of that character: to buy
and sell real estate necessary in
the o -oration of the business of
said proposed corporation; to
make such contracts as are neces
sar> for the promotion of the bus
iness if said corporation and to
exercise the usual powers and to
co all the usual, necessary and
proper acts which pertain u> or
may lie connected with the sever
al lines of business above men
(>. The principal ofiee and
place of business of The proposed
corporat ion will lie in the City o*'
Winder, said State and County!
Wherefore petitioners pray to
be made a body corporate under
the name and style aforesaid, en
titled to the rights, privileges and
immunities and subject to the
liabilities fixed by law. This July
Bth, A. D., 1908*
G. A. Johns.
Attorney for Petitioners.
Georgia. Jackson County —I, S.
J. Nix. Clerk of the Sunerior Court
of said county, do hereby certify
teat the above and foregoing is a
true and correct copy of applica
tion for charter this day filed in
my office. July 8, 1908
v S. J. Nrx.
C. S. C. J. C. Georgia.
Hinder Train Schedules
Arrival and Departure of Trains
Taking effect Sunday Jan. 5, 08.
Eastern Time is 88 minutes fas
ter than Sun Time.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
No. 52, - - 10:03 a m
No. 82, - - 2-50 p m
No 88, - - 10:85 p m
No. 41, - - 5:29 a m
No. 88, - - 8:50 p m
No. 58, 7:48 p m
Above schedules are shown as infor
mation, and are not guaranteed.”
Gainesville Midland Railway
No. 11 —Lv 8:40 a. m.
No. 18 —Lv. 1:15 p. m
No. 15 —Lv. 10:35 am; Sunday
No. 12 — Vt. 1-2:00 m.
No. 14 — At. :505 p m.
No. 16—A.. 5:23 p m: Sun.onlv.
No. 12 will run to Winder iv
gardhes of No. 13.
Yard limits at Winder are ex
tended “south” to Seaboard Air
All trains going through Winder
yard must be under full control.
J. F. HOLMES,
A TTOR N E Y - AT- LA\V,
Criminal and Commercial Law a
Winder - - - Georgia
Offices over Smith A” Carithers
bank. All work done satisfac
W. H. QUARTER MAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice in all the courts
Commercial law a specialty.
W. L. DeLaPERRIERE
Winder - - Georgia
Fillings, Bridge and Plate-work
done in most scientific and satis
Offices on Broad St.
ALLEN’S ART STUDIO.
All kinds of Photographs made
by latest methods. All work done
promptly. Office on Candler St.,
Our Clubbing Offer
Watson s Weekly Jeffersonian and
Wirtder Weekly News, one year,
Atlanta Georgian and Winder Week
ly News, one year,
. ' $4.50
Atlanta Tri-Weekly Constitution
and Winder Weekly News, one year,