Real Estate Bargains.
We can’t understand wl:y you won’t buy a bargain. The value of the place on Athens street that we are offer
ing you at $1,900 is worth $2,500. A 5-room house, three acres of land, with running water, 82 feet front on
Athens street, the first house this side of Mr. E M. Moulder’s, within 300 yards of the school. Let us show you this
place and we are convinced that you will agree with us, it’s a bargain.
Every young man who is desirous of owning a lot in this growing city can certainly do so now on the easy
payment plan. There is a peculiar satisfaction in owning a lot that you can beautify and make it increase in
value* Come in and let’s talk it over.
Avery desirable close in
place on Road street,East side
next to Rev. S. W. Arnold,
where Dr. J. H. Turner now
resides, all modern convien
inces $3,000.00, half cash the
balance in six months. Don’t
wait, this place will sell.
On the North side of Can
dler street next to the lot
bought by the city, being
thirty feet front and running
back to the railroad right of
way about two hundred and
five feet, Price $2,250.00
Quarterman & Toole,
First National Bank Building, Winder, Ga.
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
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,
Look ! Listen !
Today will be yesterday tomorrow. You can’t turn the
wheel with the w’ater that has passed. Now is the time to
get busy before building material advances too high, which it
is bound to do. Yours to serve. Prices Right.
Winder Lumber Company.
House and lot corner Wood
lawn and Stephens'streets for
merly occupid by Miss Dora
Wilhite for $2,500.00
House and two acres of
land on the North side of
Wright street known as the
J. O. Wright place at $2,250
$1,350 buys 2-story, 6-room
house and lot on Sage street
1 -2-acre lot. Known as the
124 acres a part of the W. J.
Whitehead river farm, four
room dwelling, tenant house,
good land; per acre $20.00
Vacant lot on the East side
of Broad street below the
new two story house of Mr.
D. D. Kesler, (first lot below)
Probably the most desirable
vacant lot in Winder bounded
on the North by Wright street
bounded on the South by
New street, bounded on the
East by by Center street,
bounded on the West by Sec
ond avenue. You can’t be
crowed, pretty grove, big
enough for four building lots,
within five minutes walk to
the business part of town*
Think of it only.. SBOO
J. F. HOLMES,
ATTOI! N K V- AT- LA W,
Criminal and Commercial Law a
Winder - - - Georgia
Offices over Smith & Gunthers
bank. All work done satisfac
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice in all the courts
Commercial law' a specialty.
W. L. DeLaPERRIERK
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.,
A LETTER FROM
Warrentbn, N. C. —I was nearly dead
with kidney affection for six months,
growing worse all the time. My case
v as hopeless —was unable to get about
lat little. I had tried everything with
Lttle benefit. I took three’ bottles of
Stuart's Buchu and Juniper and was
perfectly cured. Am now well and all
right. I owe my life to Stuart’s Buchu
and Jlmiper. —11. T. Macon.
If you suffer with backache, dull head
ache, swollen feet, stiff joints, and have
no energy and see imaginary specks in
the air, you have symptoms of kidney
Stuart’s Buchu 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.
TheJ. R. N. Baugh house
and lot on North side Wright
street. A fine location, con
tains about three acres of land,
close to running water. This
place can be purchased now
The Davison place on Sage
street. 4-room house and acre
lot fronting two streets and
all for SI,OOO
Two-story, io-room house,
with barn in rear, on Athens
street; 3-4-acre lot; known
as A. S. Morgan place.
Price J 3,500
Rev. G. D. Stone preached a very
instructive sermon at Lebanon
church Sunday at 11 a. m.
Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Betts, of
Athens, spent Sunday here as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Miss Essie King, of the Classic
City, is spending this week here
with Miss Rebecca Guest.
Sunday school next Sunday at 3
p. in. Everybody come out to our
Our young folks were intertained
with a delightful sociable Saturday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Guest.
Miss Mary Holliday is spending
a while in Athens with her sister,
Mrs. M. T. Toney.
Jack Wilhite, Roy and Livings-
BETTER DO IT NOW t
Too late for Fire Insurance after it burns. Too
late for Life Insurance after your health is im
paired. Make use of opportunity. See us to,
KILGORE & RADFORD, Insurancec Agents^
Office at The U'inder Banking Company. /
Parties indebted to the estate of the late John S. Smith, and
to the firm of
J. S. & G. W. Smith,
are requested to make immediate .settlement. This estate
must be closed up, and your prompt attention to this mat
ter will be greatly appreciated.
G. W. SMITH,
Administrator, J. S. SMITH, Deceased.
133 acres 2 miles from Win
der on Cedar Creek; per
House and lot on the North
side of Wright street between
Broad and Georgia avenue,
Nice lot on Park place 75X
150 (a $500.00. This will be
a nice section.
We have a business house
and lot that will interest a
good business man. The loca
tion, size and price are o. k.
ton Lavender, Henry Hinsley,
Misses Ruth Cheely and Ola Laven
der, of Athens, spent Saturday and
Sunday here with relatives.
Mr. M. C. Guest went to the
Queen City Sunday to hear Rev.
Shadwiek, of England, a noted di
Several of our young men went
to Pentecost church Friday to at
tend the burial of Mr. J. C. Pente
cost, whose early demise in Winder
last week carried him from earth’s
labors. We drop a tear of grief
with those who mourn in this their
sad hour of bereavement.
B. B. E.
Yesterday was thanksgiving: d!iy
in Georgia. The people were giving
thanks that the legislature had ad
journed without having done any
irreparable injury to the state- -