f FLANIGAN BROS. pgiTj
Have just rceived their Fall and Winter Line |
of Glothing. The Largest line of Fine Clothing YIjA
Why go to Whitehall Street to buy your suit, when you can buy f |
the same line here at home from $5 to $lO less money. [ • I = j|
There is much in the make up and in the fit of a suit, and in the Fecheimer- 1 /
Fishel hand made clothes and the Griffon brand, you get the best the market Iv
affords. ’Tis true it costs more to start with, but the satisfaction comes after- i|f/ I'M
We are making a specialty of Fine Clothes, and when you see our suits Mr
at $15.00, $18.50, 522.50, $25.00 and up to $55*00 >’ ou can readily see this is the jltt j M
first real showing of Fine Clothes in our town. y \
Fecheimer-Fishel goods cost more, but they ate better .values than any- “
thing we know of. form sixteen
Thanking you for a look, we are, “wISr
Yours to serve,
FLANIGAN BROTHERS, Clothiers .
Winder Train Schedules
Arrival and Departure of Trains
Effecti ve September 1-5, 1908.
seaboard air line
FROM WINDER, OA., NORTH AND EAST
Nx 52, - - , 10:03 a m
No 88. - - 10:28 p m
SOl'TlI AND WEST.
No. 41, • - 5:29 a m
No. 58, - - 0:58 pm
Attention is call-d to the fact
that No. 82, which leaves Atlanta
12:20, Athens 2:18 p in. lias a
vreat cut in time to the east.
This train now arrives Norfolk
8:10 am, Richmond 5:40. am,
Washington 8:50 am, New York
2:45 pm. Complete dining car
service to N“w York with through
No. 88 leaving Atlanta 4:45 p
m. carries through sleeper to Bir
minghom and Memphis, and all
trains make good connection at
Atlanta, Birmi gham and Mem
nhis for the west
Gainesville Midland Railway
No. 11 —Lv 8:40 a. m.
No. 18 —Lv. 1 :15 p. m
No. 15 —Lv. 10:85 a m ; Sunday
No. 12— Vt. 12:00 m.
No. 14 —At. :505 p m.
No. 10 —A*. 5:28 p m: Sun.onlv.
No. 12 will run to Winder re
gardless of No. 18.
Yard limits at Winder are ex
tended “south” to Seaboard Air
All trains going through Winder
yard must be under full control.
' Adminstrator’s Sale,
Georgia, Walton County. —By virtue
of an order of the Court of Ordinary of
said county, will be sold at public out
c;y, on the first Tuesday in October,
1908, upon the premises in the ‘city of
Winder, in the county of Jackson,
between the usual hours of sale, the
fallowing real estate, situate in Jackson
county, to-wit: Lots 12 and 13 in Block
D, Lot 7, 10, and 14 in Block B,
of Appleby’s survey of Woodlawn
Heights, of record in office of clerk of
superior court of Jockson county. The
safe will continue from day to day.
between the same hours, until all said
.property is Terms, cash. Sold
to pay purchase money and distribution
and payments of debts. This the sth
dsy of September, 1908.
H. D. -Jackson,
Adminstrator of M. W. Jackson.
FARIT FOR SALE.
265 ACRE-5 OF LAND SITUATED NORTH
OF SPARTA, FOUR MILE DISTANT; WELL
wooded and watered with a 6-horse
FARN OPENED UP FOR CULTIVATION.
PARTY HASEN6A6EDIN MERCANTILE SU*S
INE-55 AND CANNOT LOOK AFTER PLACE
}£ REASON FOR -SELLING. A DESIRABLE
PLACE AT A BARGAIN To A HOME StzIK
ER. ADDRE-5.5 OR -SEE
H. K. ALSABROOK,
SPARTA, - - GEORGIA.
The Opportunity Is Here, Backed by
Don’t take our word for it.
Don’t depend on a stranger’s
Read Winder endorsement
Read the statement of Winder
And decide for yourse'f.
Here is one case of it:
Mrs. J. W. Marlow, Broad St.,
Winder, Ga.. says: “When 1
first began the use of Dean’s Kid
ney Pills, I was in a very much
run down condition. I had pains
in mv back and hips, was bother
ed by frecjuent headaches and felt
tired and languid most of the
time 1 had previously taken
remedies but they had proved of
little benefit.- Doan's Kidney
Pills procured at Turner's Phar-
macv, made a change in my con
dition almost before I realized it
and it was not long before the
pain and lameness had entirely
disappeared. My kidneys were also
restored to a healthy condition
and my strength and energy re
turned. My health is now of the
best and I attribute it entirely to
the curative powers of Doan’s
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents
for the United States.
Remember the name —Doan’s —
and take no other.
Miss Margaret Maynard, an old
aunt of ours, is very sick at this
Mrs. A. S. Puckett has a sore
hand that is giving her much
Mr. T. O. Pendergrass is going
over the roads in this section this
week. He tells us that he can
only fix the worst places. It would
bankrupt the county to put the
roads in good fix since the heavy
rains, then' is so many wash-outs
and so many bridges gone.
Mr. I .on Elrdd is hauling the
lumber to build him a idee cottage
on the lot just bought from J. W.
Most everybody is busy pulling
fodder and picking peas and cotton.
Last week ye scribe and family
spent the day with our sister in
East Winder Sunday, therefore we
are a little short on news.
Mark Pentecost is laying the
foundation for a nice dwelling or.
his farm on the Mulberry and
County Line road.
The ring of the hammer and the
whisk of the saw will soon be heard
all around us. Our village is grow
ing day by day, but no wonder it
grows, for you seldom see a doctor
in this section, the most of us live
in peace and harmony and within
our borders lies as good land as
there is in Georgia, within our bor
ders lives as virtuous women as
God ever made and as clever heart
ed men as the world ever knew.
We would like to indorse and also
reproduce and article we read re
cently. It wus advocating village
farming and county -police. What
a pleasure it would be for us to
know that someone was protecting
our homes while we were in the
field trying to make our living by
the sweat of our face- If you will
send me to the White House, Mr.
reader, I will introduce that bill
and fight for it manfully til! the
victory is won.
Sheriff B. IT. Collier was in this
section one day la*t week looking
over his farm just bought from 'l'.
H. Niblack. Ben was very much
hacked when he found his farm so
small he could not plant his little
feet on his own ground. Sauer. *
Rev. Foster will fill his regular
appointment here next Sunday.
Cotton piekers and syrup makers
are having fine ‘weather for their
Mr. Clifford Clack and sister,Miss
Maud, and Mrs. Emma Attawav
spent Saturday night and Sunday
in Oconee county, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. I. Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Smith and
children, Misses Berta and Vallie,
and Master Herbert attended preach
ing at Winder Sanday.
Mrs. It. E. Clack and son, Paul,
of near Bethlehem, were the guests
of Mr- J. H. Clack’s family Satur
day night and Sunday.
Mr- Harvie Delay and wife visit
ed near Carnpton Saturday night
Mr. Jack Autry and family were
the guests of Mr. Albert Clack’s
Mrs. Wilkins visited the home, of
Mr. Casper Sunday.
Mr. Henry Casper and family
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Perry.
Mr. John Edgar and family spent
Sunday at Athens, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Law.
We are sorry to know the little
infant of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Camp
is sick at this writing. Virginia.
,J. W- T iYT
New goods arriving daily.
If you want bargains give him a call.
Miss Dora Smith, of Thomson, Ga., has arrived,
and will have charge of this department.
Best Goods For Least Money
Is Our Motto.
JACKSON COUNTY SINGING CHOIR.
Large Gathering Enjoy Good Singing
at Ebernezer Methodist Church.
The Jackson County Singing
Choir met at Ebernezer church
Sunday last, some twelve hundred
people being in attendance. Many
of the leading conductors of this
section of the state were given fif
teen minutes each in which to di
rect the singing, and the vast gath
ering was treated to a day’s enjoy
ment of the best church music ren
dered by the most excellent voices
the community can afford.
Space forbids its from giving the
program in full, but we can’t re
frain from saying that the good old
song, “There Isa Fountain Filled
with Blood,” was led by Ben Col
An informal basket dinner was
served at 12 o’clock and the white
table linen covered with chicken,
pie, cake, pickles, etc., and then
more chicken, which dotted the
hills was a sight to behold. Twas
glorious to be there.
Before adjourning in the after
noon the association passed resolu
tions thanking the good people of
the neighborhood for the royal hos
pitality shown its members and
The next meeting the choir
will be held at Smith’s Chapel, two
miles from Winder, the second Sun
day in December.