tight-fitttngCoat Suit, Directoire Coat pair Zeigler Shoes, and
■m if ' M
Mr. W. B. Mathews spent Mon
, day in Athena.
Prof. Roh< ?;>n visited Gainesville
Saturday 'and Sunday.
Mm Herselu i Hill spent Monday
Miss Cainie Hutchins, of Auburn,
' v fs?FTcd friend' here Monday.
Mr. W. Q ruffian, of Atlanta,
pr.*-nt Sunday with-homi folks.
Mi”' Linton, .f At lien."' *"
Sunday with.friends in Winder.
Mrs. S. T. Ross left Monday for
Pane*Jvi!!•••, A*h- ns and Jefferson.
i < • \'y\ ]:y •• lilt'- inf. 1
of Mr. and Mrs. B. 1 . Maffet died.
Miss Hattie BrUnihv, of Athens,
was the guest of Miss Mary Russell
.Sunday. . ,
Mrs. Fulton Jackson and Miss
Lucy Jackson are spending the week
Mrs. Ailie Morris has been quite
ill at The Way Hotel, on Candler
Mr. Starr, of Loganville, was the
guest of his son, Mr. E. A. Starr,
Mr. L. A. House and little Edith,
Mrs. L. A. House in Atlanta
Sunday. The many friends of Mrs.
ftouse will be glad to know that
she is expected hone the last of
this week. \* *J§ A
Furs, Furs, Furs!
Things in Keeping !
Dame Fashion has decreed that a
lady must wear a broad Hat, long,
a Martha Washington Ruche, if she is well dressed, but
still she must have a FUR. STRANGE has them in
the very best styles. No one is a strict judge of the quality in FURS.
5o buy your furs from us. We guarantee QUALITY and STYLE.
Any genuine Fur—black Lynx, Sable and Isabella Fox —purchased
from us can be sent to New York and made over five years
hence if you wish. Nothing better for your wife or sweetheart as
a birthday or Christmas present than a handsome Fur. They
never decrease in value—good as Diamonds. The prices are:
1.98, 3.50, 4.98, 7.50, $lO, sls. *37.50.
ASK TO SEE THE NEW MUFES TO MATCH.
WINDER. JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1908
j. T. STRANGE & COMPANY,
Leaders in Styles; Regulators and Controllers of Low Prices.
The girls will tag-you December 5.
Mr. W. O Perry has gone on an
extended business trip to South
Many hogs have died here the
past few days and pork is now on
the bill of fare.
For first-class slice repairing bring
them to the harness shop of < River,
Cannon & Cos.
Lost —Signet ring with letter “P'
ion outside. Return to this office
and get reward.
Mrs. Graham, the mot-ht r of Mr.,
i Sam Graham, is improving from
I Tier recent illness.
Our next'ear of nogs to arrive just
! after Christmas. Wait for them.
Shears A Patman.
Mrs. J. M. Qn,llian, of Com
merce, spent a few days this week
with tv;d.: hve- ia \\ i: ■r.
Children remember the fish pond
and home-made candy at the
Thanksgiving dim r.
Shoe Repairing —Parties wishing
first-class work on shoes, bring them
to Oliver, Cannon & Cos.
Join the big crowd at the Thanks
giving dinner and supper. Youi
friends will all be there.
Misses Ilortelle and Lourine
Hood spent Saturday and Sun
day with relatives in \thens.
Messers. H. T. and P. A- FlaiYi
gan and R. H. Cannon made an
automo*xfc> trip to Oglethorpe coun
ty with a view to pur-
Mrs. J. T. Quillian, of Com
merer 1 , spent a few days this week
with relatives in Winder.
Mr. Grady Camion, who has irvU
! in Atlanta for the past two month I', 1 ',
■spent Sunday and Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom I ligginbotham,
of Atlanta, spent a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Coker last week.
The coffee used at the Thanksgiv
ing dinner will be the Dayton Spicy
Mills Company’s ‘‘OhyLlkdM*.”
Lost —At fJbstoHice, gold pen*.
; VakruTife to owner on account of as
sociations. Return to this office-
Let everybody remember the tur
key dinner and oyster supppm
T 1 ranksgiving. Evt rybody eoniia Ily
Mrs. S. (h Brock, who lms
a resident of Winder only a few
months, is ill at her home on Mid
Mrs. IT. D. Jackson is expected
home this week from a visit to her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ola Jackson,
of Ashburn, Ga.
Mr. and Mr\s. J. M. Hood, of
Winder, attended the funeral of the
former’s brother, Dr. W. L. Hood,
at Nicholson Wednesday.
There will be presented at the
Lyric Friday night “For Love or
Money,” the cast being composed
entirely of Winder girls.
Winder is now building some of
the handsomest residences in North
east Georgia. Panics may come and
panics may go, but Winder con-
Itiuues to grow.
Be ready for your tag December 5.
S. (). Brocks expert lraelpnist
and machine erector. Engine and
boiler work a specialty*. Can be
found at ih.' IT. E. Petat blacksmith
shop, Winder, Ga.
Flanigan Bros., are preparing to
retire from the clothing business,
and in future will devote their time
to other interests. Space forbids
us„4* eng into <1 ‘tails in this issue,
Hut we hope to g : ve particulars in
Expert sign paint rs have been
dressing up some buildings in Win- i
der. i tit* signs on the blindings of >
Young, the -hingh man; Cannon;
& Flanigan and the Winder Gro
cery Cam pan y make a striking ap
p- a ranee.-
On IT , cub r dth the U. I). (Vs
are iroing to have tag day in Winder
for the purpo.- t of raising funds fur
the c.-im-tery. gateway. Each one :
may contribute as they like. The
Daughter-- will take pleasure in tag
ging all th • u. si they can find.
A business deal of much interest :
to the friends of tie* contracting,'
parties was the sale this week by
Mr- R. 11. Cannon of his interest,
in,the firm of Cannon A Flanigan;
to his busiia ss associate, Mr 11. T.
Flanigan. Mr. Cannon has other
interests which will now receive
more of his attention. —Mr. Flani
gan is sole owner of the Can
non & Flanigan buggy business,and
he has the good wishes of many
friends and admirers of his ener
getic enterprise. Here’s hoping
Hiram’s nerve will never fail him,
and he may win unbounded success
with lone hand
“Thank God lam Lack in old
Georgia,” said Joe Wilhite as ho
stepped from a S-i,board train Sat
urday. Joe has been in* Atlanta
7b r the past eight months,*but can
now be found in the clothing do-,
piflbment of J. T. St ran *c A* Cos.
Rev. Jm#. 11. Mi boat or, of St.
Louis, is expected to preach at the
Opera. House Sunday morning and
evening. Mr. Mohostor is c< rre
-ponding secretary of the National
Benevolent Association of the Chris
tian el ureh and h'v- a rational rep
utation. I hiu and 1 car him.
Mrs. Sue Jack-,n, Mr. Claud
Mayne and Rt v. John IT. Wood
have returned from Fitzgerald where
they were in attendance upon the
convention of the Christian church.
Bi' itla r Wood was greatly taken
with tie* hospitality and business
progr s- of this plucky littl *
There will he Thanksgiving ser
vices at the Methodist church
Thanksgiving week. The ladies of
the Foreign Mi sionary Society will
.observo Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday afternooqg, holding ser
vioes One* .hour each day, beginning
at.o o elock. The ladies of the
town are invited to attend the s* r
viees • A
WOODWARD BACK IN RACE.
An Atlanta mass meeting was .held
at Lyceum theatre last night and
sent for Woodward. The meeting
demanded that he re-enter the race.
He did s< upon the condition that
every man in the audience would
rise and appoint himself a raemler
of the campaign committee. It is
said there was standing room only