See .T. L. Saul before buying.
For quality and price go to J. L.
Born, to Prof, and Mrs. W M.
Holsenbeck, a boy.
M iss Manehe Stanton is visiting
friends in Loganville.
Mrs. Kemper Smith has returned
from a visit to Atlanta.
For Rent —Storage rooms cheap.
Apply to S. E- Sharpton.
Mrs. S. E. Sharpton visited her
mother in Atlanta this week.
Next Tuesday October 3. The
date of the Big Show at Winder.
Dr. J. B. Davis, of Newnan, vis
ited Winder Thursday.
Dr. E. F. Saxon was a visitor to
the Gate City Wednesday.
Mr. M. J. Hard! gree, of Roope
vi He, was in Winder this week.
If you don’t know us ask your
neighbor about us. J. L. Saul.
For Rent —Six-room dwelling in
good section of Winder. Gall at
Many of Winder’s citizens are
attending city court at Jefferson
Miss Susie D iwdell will sp-md
the week-end with Miss Fannie
Caldwell in Lawrenceville.
Miss Martha Sargeant, of St.
Louis, Mo., is the guest of her aunt,
M rs, N. M. C doniez, at the Granite
Mrs. Belle Johnson and little son,
Master Hudson left Tuesday for an
'extended visit to friends and rela
tives in Lithonia.
- Misses Emma Moore, Johnnie
Lou Smith and Messrs. Claude
Cook and Gcover Mosley visited
Coming! The Corburn Minstrels-
This is the largest show of the kind
playing the south. Reserve your
seats and avoid the rush.
For Sale —One registered Jersey
cow; calf two weeks’ old. Also,
mare and 3-year-old filly. Apply
te O. S. Hayes, Winder, Ga.
, Mrs. J. B. S. Davis, of Newnan,
Ga., is the guest of her sister Mrs.
J. M. Potts, at the residence of Mr.
S. C. Potts, on Candler street.
Miss Anna Settle returned home
Tuesday, after spending three weeks
with relatives and friends at Law
renceville, Suwanee and Forsyth.
. Cowboys and Cowgirls in the Big
Realistic Wild West —one feature
of the Great Cole & Cooper Shows
that exhibit at Winder Tuesday,
The Great Cole &f Cooper's Shows.
Historic Wild West and Trained
Animal exhibition. Three big
shows in one will exhibit at Winder
Tuesday October 13.
Mrs. S. T. Ross was called to
Jefferson this week to the bedside
of her sister-in-law, Mrs. E. L.
Williamson. We are pleased to
state Mrs. Williamson is tetter at
The managers of the Lyric Thea
tre have-made arrangements to
have J. A. Corbum’sgreat minstrels
hare the 17 or 20. Watch the big
bills for the date. This company
has been playing all the large towns
in north and south Carolina to full
uKn&cc lUccUln JDteras.
WINDER. JACKSON COUNTY. GEORGIA. THURSDAY. COTOBER 8, 1908
J. T. STRANGE & CO.
Have just received the following letter from
The Young Men’s Christian Association, Canal Zone, Operating Club
Houses of the Isthmian Canal Commission, Public Correspondence.
Cristobal Canal Zone, Sept. 2, 1908.
Mr. Strange. Sir:
Inclosed find P. 0. Money Order for 55.00, for which you will please
send me one pair of your “Minor Easy” Shoes like I bought, from you
more than a year ago. Size 5, D last. Also a pair of your Zeigler
Slippers, same size.
If the $5.00 is not enough to pay for the shoes I will send more. I
want the best you have in stock, as I always get the best shoes from
you I get anywhere. You will please send at once and oblige
This shows very clearly to the public where
the best-shoes can be found. Nothing is so
pleasing to Strange & Cos. as satisfied customers.
Buying from Strange is a guarantee of
In connection with good Shoes we have a
grand line of
Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings,
Millinery Ladies’ Cloaks, Suits,
Men’s Clothing in High Art.
MRS. JANE HOPKINS’ BOYS’ SUITS.
Can fit anything from a 3-year-old boy to a 40 0-
J. T. STRANGE & CO.,
Leaders in Styles; Regulators and Controllers of Low Prices.
Col. J. A. Perry and wife, of
Lawrenceville, visited the family of
Mr. H. G. Hill Sunday.
All that are indebted to me for
guano or insurance will find notes
and accounts in First National Bank
for collection. W. L. Blasingame.
Rev. J. H. Wood left Wednesday
for New Orleans, where he goes to
attend the International Missionary
Convention of the Churches of
For Sale—A fine breech-loading
shotgun. Cost S4O new. IVill
sell at a bargain. Gun is in good
shape and almost/ as good as new.
See W. L. Sikes, Winder, Ga.
YOUNG MEN! If you want to
know why you should become tele
graph operators and what school to
attend, write to SOUTHERN
SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY,
Newnan, Ga., for free Catalog A.”
EVERY BOY should read iv. Po
sitions positively guaranteed.
Aie you looking for a house where
you can dress yourself from head
to foot and your family as well?
Go to J. L. Saul.
The Corburn Minstrels, the larg
est aggregation of the kind south
this season, will be seen in Winder
soon. Watch this paper for the
The most gcorgeous and finished
! minstrel troups ever seen in the
I south is to give a production in
l Winder. Corburn is coining. Watch
The News for the date.
The silver tea is now being held j
at the residence of Mrs. J. T.|
! Strange. Remember if vou can 1 1
attend your donation to Missions j
j will be thankfully received.
Mr. J. M. Morris wishes us to
express thanks to the friends who
assisted him in saving part of his
household effects at the recent fire
and for other kindnesses rendered.
Julian Wilson is recognized as
the fastest spinter in the Winder
fire company. There should be
bells, gongs or honk honks on the
hose reels to make citizens clear the
track when he is coming, or some
one is going to Ik- hurt.
Glad Bob Carithers has no oppi -
sition for mayor. He knows all
about dog laws and under his ad
ministration the tramp dogs which
now congregate under our electric
lights will hunt the tall timbers.
Get him to tell you of the dog law
I in Athens years ago.
Next Tuesday, October 13, will
be Winder’s greatest gala holiday,
all that is worth seeing brought to
your very doors. Bring the whole
family. Let no one miss the great
est exhibition in existence, the vis
it of the Great Cole &■ Cooper Shows.
The only big show that will exhibit;
Miss Starr Blasingarrn- is expected
Mrs. W. W. Norman spent Tues
day m Athens.
Mr. Bush Jackson spent Sunday
Don’t forget to stop at the “Un
ion Depot’’ on Ortolier lfi.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. P* rry spent
Tuesday in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mis. W. E. Autry visit
ed Statham Thursday.
Mrs. John Williams visited Au
burn tin* first of the week.
Mr. W. E. Perrv, of Carl, visited
relatives in Winder Sunday.
Mr. T. H. Hodges made a busi
ness trip to Atlanta Thursday.
Miss Anna Moore, of Auburn,
was in town Monday shopping.
Miss Florrie Wood has been siek
for several days past with tonsilitis.
Claude Mayne wants to know if
you’ve got bis wire fence stretcher.
Mr. J. B. Hodges, of I.oganville,
was a visitor to Winder Wednesday.
Miss Daisy [Ewing, of Atlanta,
was the guest of Mrs. Julian Wilson
Mr. R. If. Gannon has been in
Conyers for several days attending
to business matters.
Rest line of Heaters and Cook
Stoves to be found, at the Smith
Rev. G. D. Stone, wife and twin
boys, of Jefferson, were in Winder
today en route to Atlanta.
MissjFannie Walker, of Gaines
ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. 1).
D. Kesler, < n Broad street.
Mr. J. G. Cooper, who has been
confined to his room for several
days with sickness is better.
Mr. J. Wesley Smith and Mr.
Henry Terry, of Athens, spent Sun
day afternoon in Winder.
Miss Runette Westcott, who has
been in Winder for several months,
leaves today for her home in Macon.
Mrs. Thrasher has returned to
her home in Atlanta, after a visit
to her parents, Dr. and Mrs. IT. P.
Put in your Grates before cold
weather. See that full line at the
right price at the Smith Hardware
Dr. J. C. DeLaperriere is spend
ing the week in South Georgia 100 l -
ing after h'rs various interests in tl e
Mrs. A. L. Smith and daughter,
Miss Birdie, and little Glenn,
i Buchanan spent last week in
Monroe visiting Mrs. E. D. Wiley.
Mrs. A. W. Quillian left today
for a visit to relatives at Madison,
accompanied by her grandson,
Master William Baldwin, who spent
a few days this week with his grand
Mrs. C. U. Born entertained Fri
day evening in honor of Miss Lula
Bowden, of Winder. The teachers
of the city schools and others were
invited, and a very pleasant even
ing was spent. —Gwinnett Journal.