We, like almost everyone else, predicted
up till a short while ago that there would
be one of the largest crops made this season
in many years. And up till a short while
back everything indicated that cotton would
bring a good price. Consequently We
bought one of the largest and most select
lines of Shoes, Clothing, Dry Goods,
Notions and flillinery ever shown here.
We have bought one of the most complete and up-to-date
lines of MILLINERY we have ever shown.
Our stock of winter SHOES is complete.
Our line of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing is the best ever shown in
this territory. Our whole stock is at your mercy.
We solicit your trade,
HODGES & COOPER,
Several from this place attended
preaching at Bethlehem Sunday.
Mr. John Hinesley visited Mr.
Emory Wright Sunday.
Miss Mamie Odum and Mr.
Charles Morrow visited Misses Pearl
and Emily Morrow, of New Chapel,
Mr. and Mrs. Tharon Hinesley
visited the latter's parents,Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Smith, Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fuller visited
the latter's grand-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. .1. W. Odum, ot Bethlehem,
Mrs. Emma Harrison and child
ren, Ruhv and Carl, visited Mrs.
J. T. Him-sley Monday afternoon.
The prayer meeting was held at
the home of Mr. Arvil Smith Sun
day aften. )on, and was led l.v Mrs.
There is prayer meeting at Corinth
church every lhursday nignt.
Messrs. Hardy Bedingfbdd am 1
George Thomas leads the meeting
next Thursday night. Everybody
invited t<> come.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith, ol
Winder, visited the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. David Smith,
Saturday night and Sunday.
Miss Lola Thompson, of Bethle
hem, spent latter part of last week
with her cousin, Mrs. J. M. huller.
Messrs. Job Chandler and Paul
Morris are attending meeting at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith vis
ited at Winder Sunday.
M essrs. I)imp and Truman Ful
ler, of Winder, are painting the
new residence of Mr. David Smith.
Mr. W. M. Fuller went to Mans
field, Ga., Tuesday visiting his
Brother, Mr. F. J. Fuller.
' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chandler and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aust n visited
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Smith Sun
Messrs. Herschel and Ed Herring
ton visited Mr. and Mrs. iharon
Mr. and Mrs. hardy Beding
fidd visited at Bethlehem Sunday.
The Farmers’ Uniop is building
a large brick wa renouse at this
We are going to have one of the
biggert bar Ih*cues next Friday tnat
lias ever been had in this part of
the country. The editor and Iws
full force are especially invited.
Mr. W. L. Jackson and Mr. W.
W. Norman, ir on Winder, were in
t i\vn one d.iy ibis wick.
Mr. C. M. Hudgins, of
pissed through here one day this
week on his way to Atlanta.
Mr. J. G- Wood made a business
trip to Atlanta Tuesday.
Mr. Oflie Flanigan, of Winder,
was in town Sunday,
Fret'. Baldwin and son, of Law
reneeyille, were in town Monday
helping the band boys to select some
tine music for the educational rally
to be held here Friday.
Mr. T. C. Flanigan, one of the
leading merchants of North Eat
Georgia, is in New York this week
iniying Ins fa. 11 and winter stock pi
dry goods and clothing. S. 0.
On and after Oct. sth we intend
k ■ ping on hand a good supply of
tine Tennessee hogs and will price
them reasonably. Gall on us when
in need. SHEATS & PATMAN.
A Sure Tip on
Seven Small Ifs
and a Big' Cinch.
* ! v
If you’re a Merchant you favor Home
.If you favor Home Trade you’ll fight
If you Fight For It Right you’ll get it.
If you get it you’ll be Helping Yourself.
If you help yourself you’ll hurt the
Mail Order Trade.
If you hurt the Mail Order Trade you’ll
If you are wise You Will Advertise.
If You Will Advertise in your Home
Taper you’ll get Home Trade.
No “IF” about this last one—it’s a
All persons are hereby warned
not to hire or harbor my son, Ed
Waldrop, a minor. Any informa
tion as to his whereabouts will be
Mrs. Elizabeth Waldrop,
One ram can eat all the
votes Yain-t y Carter will get for
governor tnis year. —Nashivlle
Since the drop in cotton and the damages
the crops have sustained in the past few
weeks, we realize we have bought too heav
ily. Nevertheless, we will be compelled to
dispose of our enormous stock regardless of
low prices and short crops. And to our
friends and patrons, we wish to state we
are going to meet you half way. We are
going to sell our entire stock at the very
closest margin of profit.
At The LYRIC THEATRE, Winder
The Demorest Comedy Cos.
A Company of Sterling Merit Presents
Thursday night “The Parish Priest
Friday night “The Ku-Klux-Klan.”
Saturday night “A Kentucky Gal.”
PRICES, 15c., 25c. and 35c.
Georgia, Walton County. —By virtue
of an order cf the Court of Ordinai’y of
said county, will be sold at public out
cry, on the first Tuesday in October,
1908, upon the premises in the city of
Winder, in the county of Jackson,
between the usual hcv.ru cf r- le, the
following real c.. \ ■' ;n Jackson
county, to-wit: he ir 12and 13 in Block
O BE LIBERAL
O BE PROMPT
To serve its depositors well and truly, holding their
interests identical with its own; to grant as generous
terms as are consistent with sound hanking; to wel
come the small account as cordially as the large one;
to be satisfied with small margins of profit in its bus
iness transactions, and to give its customers a fair
measure of its success, is the policy of
THE WINDER BANKING CO.
WINDER , GEORGIA.
D, Lot 7,8, 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
sale will continue from day to day,
between the same hours, until all said
property is sold. Terms, cash. Sold
to pay purchase money and distribution
and payments of debts. This the sth
day of September, 1908.
H. D. Jackson,
Adminstratcr of M. W. Jackson.