Only 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.
Capital iStodk o^s©>©©©,22
A long Lived family.
A 'Miine museum manager,
having heard of a man 128 y> ars of
age journeyed to bis home to try to
secure him for exhibition purjioses.
“Well, my friend, said the mu
seum manager,“the proofs of your
age seem to be all right . Now, bow
would you like to come to my place
just, do nothing hut sit on a plat
form amulet people look at you,
and 1 will pay you $1(X) a week?
“I’d like it all right,” answered
the aged man. Hut I couldn tgo
of course, unless 1 had my fath
“•'our father!" gasped the man
ager. “Do you mean to say your
father is alive?"
“Yes indeed," replied the man.
“Well, where is your father?
Home here?” asked the manager.
“()h, yes!” was the answer. He’s
upstairs, putting grandfather to
The Remedy That Does.
“Dr. King’s New Discovery is the
remedy that does the healing
others prom is.i hut fail to per
form, “ says Mrs lv R. Pierson,
of Auburn Centre, Pa. “It is
curing me of throat and lung
trouble of long standing, that
other treatments relieved only
temporarily. New Discovery is
doing me so much good t hat 1 feel
confident its continued use for a
resonuble length of time will re
store me to my perfect health."
This renowned cough and cold
remedy and t hroat and lung heal
er issohl at G. W. DeLaperriere’s
drug store. 50c. and SI.OO. Trial
<t>n lust Saturday tin* descendant*
<>f 15. S. .Jones, known ss Uncle
Bobbie, leathered oil tlie bunks of
the Oconee river in a family re-
Uncle Bobbie lias 111 living des
cendants as follows: Five sons,
and one daughter, 55 grandchildren
and 50 great-grandchildren.
A large majority of these were
present on this oeeuion and every
me stunned to enjoy the day. Then 1
were games for the children, talks
JW the grown tips, and a tempting|
and wholesome dinner for all.
Rev. R. S. Mcdarity gave a splen
did talk in the afternoon.
It would be wonderful if so many
of the defendants should ever meet
at one time on earth again, hut we
hope to have a reunion over on that
other shore with not one missing j
when we gather around the great
White throne where there will be no:
parting, no good by s hut forever
There was a praise and song ser
vice Saturday night and Sunday at
the home of W. .1. Jones, and din
ner in the grove Sunday.
A Gk.\N IH'HILD*
In Chicago, where a prominent
man died just after the operation
had l>een decided upon and More
the kit of cutting tools had been
unpacked, the headliner says
“passed away.” Why not hur
\\ v H. TOOLE, President
W. L. LEASING AM E }
J.B.WILLLVMS V * l>rCStS
W. L. JACKSON, Cashier.
FHE PERFECT WAY
Scores of Winder Ciii/ens Have
II you suffer from backache,
r | , her-‘ is only one way to cure it.
The perfect way is to cure the
A had hack means sick Kidneys.
Neglect it, urinary troubles
I).Min’s Kidney Pills are made
for kidneys only.
A re endorsed by W inder people.
Mrs. J. L. Sword, Factory Hill,
Winder, Ga., says: “My husband
was afflicted with lame hack h r
a longtime, his coddition udb n
being such that lie could hardly
stoop to put on his shoes. He
also luo'l trouble with the kidney
secretions, they being very irregu
lar in action and often containing
a sediment. After trying several
remedies unsuccessfully he heard
about Doan s Kidney Pills and
bought a box at Turner’s Phar
macy. In a short time he began
to feel better and when he had
taken the contents of two boxes
his trouble had entirely disap
For sale hv a'l deal-rs. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos.,
ButValo, New York, sole agents
fertile Fnited States.
Ileiieniher the name —Doan's
—and take no other,
Just Exactly Right.
“] have used Dr. King's New Rife
Bills for several years, and find
| them just exactly riglß/’says Mr.
!A. A Kelt-on, of Harrisville, N. A”.
New Life Pills relieve without
the least discomfort-. Best remedy
for constipation, biliousness and
malaria. 25c. at CL W . DeLa
perriere’s drug store.
It WAS Good <il the Start.’ 1
The Long Island railroad has a
wide reputation for the opposite of
speedy trains. Not long ago a wo
man on one of the trains handed
the conductor a full-fare and a half
“Who is the half ticket ‘ for?”
asked the conductor.
“For my hoy,' answered the wo
man, jxiinting t<> a man sitting next
“But he isimt a boy under 12;
he's a J&to, ' persisted the conduc
“I know it, said the woman
with a gracious smile. , He s a
man now. But whi nwe started he
was a boy."
Best The World Affords.
‘Tt gives me unbounded pleasure
to recomnifinl Bucklen’s Arnica
Salve.” says J W Jenkins, of
i Chapel Hill, N. 0 “I am con
vinced it’s the best salve the-'world
■affords It cured a felon on my
thumb, and it never fails to heal
every sore, burn or wound to which
it is applied. 25c. at CL W. DeLa
perriere’s drug store.
(By Grant land Bice, The Nashville
There’s a shadow on t!it- cotton
patch; the blue has left the
The moiirnin’ meadows echo with
the soutliwind’s saddened sigh;
And the gold of all the sunshine in
Dixie’s turned to gray —
But the roses and the violets shall
hide his face away.
“The Little Boy" is lonesome and
his eyes are dim with tears;
Beyond the mists he only sees the
shadows of the years;
The light all lies behind him with
his best friend gone away —
But softest winds of Dixie at his
heart will knci l to pray.
The people of the woodland —the
fur and feathered elan —
The hear —the fox —the rabbit —will
mourn him more than man;
But the rose that sways above him
in his blossom-tented tomb
Shall turn its crimson lips of love to
kiss away the gloom.
The shadow’s on the cotton-patch;
the light has left the sky;
A world shall how in sorrow at his
message of good-bye;
; And the gold of all the sunshine in
Dixie s turned to gray;
But the sweetest flowers of the south
shall hide his face away.
lie was a man among men and a
! “greater than man "among children.
The grey hair and the wrinkled brow
were not for him. His rule was in
! the realm of childhood and youth.
The snow of winter may have begun
to settle on his head, but he kept
the sunlight of spring in his heart.
His footsteps may have led him on
toward the twilight, but his fac<
was ever turned to the lanes of the
It Can’t Be Beat.
The best of all teachers is ex
perience. 0. M. Harden, of Silver
City, North Carolina, says: “I
find E'ectric Bitters does all that's
•lamed for it. For Stomach,
Liver and Kidney trouhies it can't
be heat. 1 have tried it and find
t a most excellent medicine.
Mr. Harden is right: it's the
pest of all medicines also for weak
ness" lame back, and all rundown
conditions. Best too for chills
and malaria. Sold under guar
antee at G. \V. DeLaperriere's
drug store. 50c.
The New Barber Shop,
Elrod & Barron,
We h ave withdrawn from the
Granite Hotel and opened up a
first-class barber shpp in the Can
non building on
First class material and best ot
service. Your patronage solicited.
ELROD <A BARRON,
S. \V. ARNOLD
\V. T. ROBINSON
W. L. BLASINGAME
A. H. O’NEAL
S. T. ROSS
Application for Charter.
GEORGIA, Jackson County—
To the Superior Court of said
County: The petition of Dr. J.
T. Wages, O. C. Wages, S. B. E.
House, John M. Williams and A.
S. Morgan, all of said state, re
spectful 1 v shows:
t. 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 petition-,
i rs ask to he 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 he five thousand
dollars, divided into shares of one
huMdred dollars each. Petition
ers, however, ask the privilege of
increasing said capital stock from
time to time not exceeding m the
aggregate Fifty Thousand ( ($50,-
-4 The whole <ff said capital
stock of five thousand dollars has
already been actually ; aid in.
5. The object of the proposed
corporation is pecuniary profit
and gain to its stockholders. Pe
titioners propost* 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
r ort or bot h : to do all things usu
ally done in lliH buying and sell
ing of cotton ; to operate a stor
age warehouse for the handling of
cotton or 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
and sell coal, wood and ice; to
carry on a general mercantile es
tablishment, either at wholesale
or retail, or both, and to do all
things usually incident t> the
business of that character: to buy
and sell real estate necessary in
the operation of the business of
said proposed corporation: to
make such contracts as are neces
sary for the promotion of the bus
iness of said corporation and to
exercise the usual powers and to
do all the usual, necessary and
proper acts which pertain to or
may lie connected with the sever
al tines of business above men
b. The principal otice and
place of business of the proposed
corporation will b ( < in the City o*'
Winder, said State and Countyt
Wherefore petitioners pray to
he made a body corporate under
the name and style aforesaid, en
titled to t he rights, privileges and
immunities and subject lo the
liabilities fixed by law. This July
Sth, 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 tiled in
my office. July 8. 1908
S. J. Nix.
C. S. C. J. C. Georgia.
L. F. SEL*.
L. O. BENTON
J. B. WILLIAMS
T. C. FLANIGAN
W. 11. TOOLE.
Winder 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, - - 10:08 a m
No. 82, - - 2'50 p m
No 38, - - 10:8.5 p m
No. 41, - - 5:20 a m
No. 88, - - 8:50 pm
No. 58, 7:48 p m
Above schedules are shown as infor
mation, and are not guaranteed.”
Gainesville Midland Railway
No. ll —Lv 8:40 a. m.
No. 18 —Lv. 1:15 p. m
No. 15 —Lv. 10:35 am: Sunday
No. 12— At. 12:00 m.
No. 14 —Ai. :505 pm.
No. 10 — A*. 5:23 p m; Sun.onlv.
No. 12 will run to Winder re
gardless of No. 13.
Yard limits at Winder are ex
tended “south” to Seaboard Air
All trains going through Winder
yard must he under full control.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS ,
.). F. HOLMES,
Criminal and Commercial Law a
WINDER - GeOKUIA
oßices over Smith & Carithers
bank. All work done satisfac
W. H. QUARTER MAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice in all the courts
Commercial law a specialty.
W. L. DkLaPERRIERE
Winder - - Georgia
Fillings, Bridge and Plate-work
done in most scientific and satis
Offices on Broad St.
AI.LEX’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
Winder Weekly News, one year,
Atlanta Georgian and Winder Week
ly News, one year,
Atlanta Tri-Weekly Constitution
and Winder Weekly New.-, one year,