.# FLANIGAN BROS. gg
Have just received their Fall and Winter Line n(fx '/A
I |§L of Glothing. The Largest fine of Fine Clothing JV I A
ever shown in Winder. lf : ’ : j Wm
§f Wl:y go to Whitehall Street to buy your suit, when you can buy |
the same line hrre at home from $5 to $lO less money. f|
There is much in the make up and in the fit of a suit, and in the Fecheirrer- / fMf¥4
|| ' Fishel hand made clothes and the Griffon brand, you get the best the market J?|? r 1
affords. ’Tis true it costs more to start with, but the satisfaction comes after- |// f? |
We are making a specialty of Fine Clothes, and when you see our suits || II ||
fc!| at S I S 00 > s*B s°* 3 ,22 -s°i $ 2 5.00 and up to $35.00 you can readily see this is the ni , W
\ fcM first real showing of Fine Clothes in our town. Fp 17
if I'g Fecheimer-Fishel goods cost more, but they are better values than an}- * Mp 4
fflj jail thing we know of. form sixteen
. 1 wl Thanking you for a look, we are, FEcHH ™ E , R „™^ c a
w vrYours to serve, fFMFF
FLANIGAN BROTHERS, Clothiers.
* WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
We have on hand a line of the best Bug
gies for the money ever brought to this
.market. We handle the
RockfHill, Columbia, Taylor-
Canady, Tyson & Jones,
Give us a call and let S. C. Potts or
W. H. Sikes tell you howto roll through
life with ease.
Cannon & Flanigan,|
The BEST Fire Insurance that any country building can have is a
Cortright Metal Shingle Roof
It cannot burn. It cannot leak. It never needs repairs, and makes
th-e handsomest long lived roof on the market. Insurance Companies
recognize its advantages and are glad to quote lower prices where it is
uc2d. Drop in and see them.
LEATHERS & EAVENSON,
Winder. Ga „ *
Winder Train Schedules
4rrival and Departure of Trains
Taking effect Sunday Jan. 5, Os.
Eastern Time is 88 minutes fas
ter than Sun Time.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
No. 52, - - 10:03 a m
No. 82, - - 2:sopm
No. 88, - - 10:85 pm
No. 41, - - 5:29am
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 8:10 a. m.
No. 18 —Lv. 1:15 p. ni
No. 15—Lv. 10:85 am; Sunday
I No. 12— At. 12:00 m.
j No. 14 —At, :505 pm.
No. 10—A.. 5:28 p m: Sun. on]v.
No, 12 will mu to Winder re
gard less of No. 18,
Yard limits at Winder are ex
tended “south” to Sealxmrd Air
All trains going through Winder
yard must be under full control.
A LETTER FROM
Warrenton, N. C.—l was nearly dead
with kidney affection for six months,
growing worse all the time. My case
was hopeless —was unable to get about
but little. I had tried everything with
little benefit. 1 took three bottles of
Stuart’s Buehu and Juniper and was
perfectly cured. Am now well and all
right. I owe my life to Stuart’s Buehu
and Juniper. —H. T. Macon.
If you suffer with backache, dull head
ache," swollen feet, stiff joints, and have
no energy and see imaginary specks in
tiie air, you have symptoms of kidney
Stuart’s Buehu and Juniper will relieve
you. All druggists, SI.OO. Write for
free sample. We will send enough to
prove its wonderful merits.
Stuart Drug Manufacturing Cos.
GEORGIA RUST PROOF
OATS FOR SAFE.
From one to fifty bushels
of Georgia Rust Prof Oats
for sale at SI.OO per bushel.
J. P. HARDIGRLL,
MIST BELIEVE IT
When Well-Known Winder people Tell
It So Plainly.
When public endorsement is
made by a representative citizen
of Wiftder the proof is positive.
You must believe it. Read this
testimony. Every backache suf
ferer, every man. woman, or child
with anv kidney trouble will find
profit in the reading.
W. A Minders, Factory Hill,
Winder, Ga., says: “For some
time 1 had kidney trouble and
rheumatism. The pains in the
small of my back were like knife
thrusts and if I did manage to
stoop, it was only with tee great
est difficulty that 1 could straight
en arain. My kidneys were slug
gish, the secretions filled with
sediment and they were often at
tended with pain during passage,
I tried various remedies, but with
out the desired results until 1
Vised Doan’s Kidney Pills procur
ed at Turner’s Pharma-y. J im
proved from the (irst and when ]
(finished the' contents of four
boxes, my kidneys were again
acting in a proper manner and
the pain and lameness had disap
peared from my back.”
For sale by a’l 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
Mr. Will Wallace and family and
Mr. U. H. Jones and family visited
.Mr. Jack Jones .Sunday.
Rev. J. C. Patrick spent one day
last week with J. It. Johnson at
Mr. Ace Porter was a visitor to
15 11 Vic\v Sunday.
Messrs. Sam, Herman and George
Teal arc spending a few days in
Mr. Bill Perry and son, of Pen
dergrass, spent Monday night with
Mr. and Mrs. N. 11. Hutchins and
Miss Nona. Mahaffy has returned
to her home in Athens after visit
ing her parents near this place.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Bud 'Peal,
Miss Eunice Prickett is visiting
relatives and friends near Mays-..
ant visit to relatives and friends in
this section, returned to her home
in Winder this week.
Mrs. Woodie Wallace, of Winder,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Hutchins, Sunday.
Mr. Herman Teal returned homo
Sunday after a week's visit in
Mr. Calvin Hill, of Union Acad
emy, was lu re Tues lay.
The “hello” line is about com
pleted. J. B, M.
The people in this section are
wry busy this week trying to save
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Thompson,
of Winder, and Mr, Hull Harrison
and family visited the home of F.
IM. McDonald last Saturday night
I and Sunday.
* Mr. C. L. Sims and family spent
j last Wednesday with Mrs. Cal lie
1 Hosch and family. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Clack, of
Paradise, spent Monday night with
Mr. J. H. Clack and family.
Mrs. Tfattie Hendrix and Mrs;
Martha Holloway and daughters,
Mrs. L. \\ . Leslie and Mrs. Lillie
Autry, of Bethlehem, spirit Tues*
day with Mrs. Callie Hosch.
Miss Zella Mathews, of Bethle
hem, gave Miss Eva McDonald a
Mr. ( leorge Holloway and family,
of Paradise, spent Sunday with the
former’s mother, Mrs. Did Hol
Mrs. Margaret Gunter and niece,
Mbs Daisy Whitehead, of Eastvilie,
spent Monday night with Mr. aid.
Mrs. Bob Whitehead.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvie DeLay, of
Paradise, spent Sunday with Mr.
M. A. Holloway and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John MeElhannon
spent Sunday with Mr. J. H. Clack
and family. v
Several of our young people at
tended the singing at Chapel Sun
She 1 see where a fellow married
a girl on his death bed, just so she
could have his millions when lie was
gone. Could you love a girl like