Winder weekly news. (Winder, Jackson County, Ga.) 18??-1909, November 19, 1908, Image 5
Thousands of People Have visited our store in the past seven days since our SENSATIONAL NOTE Has been written to the people of these three adjoining* counties. Hundreds of Suits, Overcoats and Ladies’Cloaks have been carried away from our store by smart buyers to make happy homes hap pier. Our stock has been diminished, yet we have still enough on hand for you to select from, and if you have not bought your Suit, or Overcoat yet, 1 assure you that it will pay you to come many miles to see us. Here is some of our prices we are still offering: MEN'S SUITS. $12.50 suits in latest colors and shapes at - $7.50 $15.00 suits, hand-made goods, all wool guaranteed at $9.90 Suits,in the latest colors and in the snappiest styles, every one guaranteed hand-made and every thread wool, we formerly sold from $18.50 to $22.50, now at $14.50 LADIES' AND MISSES’ CLOAKS. We sold hundreds of them in the past seven days since “we knifed them in two,” yet we still have more than we wish to see on our counters. Hence they can be bought at the following prices: Cloaks we formerly sold at $5-00, now - $2.00 Cloaks we formerly sold at s7. v so, now - - $3.45 Cloaks we formerly sold at SIO.OO, now - $5.90 Cloaks we formerly sold at $12.50, now - - $7.35 Remember this is not a fairy tale or something to excite you. . The above is a state ment made by J. L. SAUL, the man whom everybody knows to make no statements in circu lars or in paper that is not fulfilled in his store. So come and bring your family with you to Your Neighbor J £ 5j4 JJf . THE CLOTHIER. About us. WINDER , - - GEORGIA. STATtIAM AND ITS PEOPLE Mr. and Mrs. Join) McDonald, j of Winder, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Bolton Sunday. Mrs T. P. Higginbotham, of Atlanta, was in the city several days last week with her sister, Miss Claud Coker. Mrs. J. M. Ware was in Athens Saturday shopping. Mr. J. M. Thurnuml and son, Carl, :ire in Lexington this week,; in attendance upon the Oglethorpe. ‘ county fair. They have “Lindsey ' -Johnson,’ ’ with them. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. -J. Smith spent j the week-end with relatives in I Winder. Mrs. I>. I’- Fuller, of Winder,; visited relatives in the city Satur day. Judge M. -T. Tucker and son, Richard, was in Athens Tuesday. Mrs- Fannie Evans, of Winder, is in the city this week, the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Ware. Mrs. M. A. Coker, of Winder, is the guest of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pink Dooly. The Statham Silverine hand is in j Lexington this week, having con tracted to furnish music for the i fair that is in session there. In the contest in the Christian 1 • Sunday school for the gold medal given by Superintendent -T. F. Holmes, Miss Edna Day was the successful one, having received the beautiful gold medal, which wasj delivered last Sunday. Elder B. \V. McDonald has re turned from the convention of the Christian church, which was held at Fitzgerald, having a grand time. Mr. C. K. Nickel sop. is in Gaines ! vilh,’, attending the conference of i 1 the Methodist church. Judge W. W. Stark, of Com merce, will deliver a lecture here on the evening of the 27th, for the benefit ofjthe Ladies Aid Societies of the city. Quite a large audience beard Dr. Alexander Tarr here last Friday night- Mr. Thomas Perkins was in Mon roe this week with relatives. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Uardi gree, a girl. The young lady has been christened Frances Klizibeth. * U. D. C/S MEET. The regular monthly meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy was held Wednesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs W. H. Quar terman. Quite a number of ladies were present and much business trans acted. The chapter had as its guest Mrs. Perry, of the Sanford, Fla. C. 1). C., who signified her intention of joining the local chapter. The following new me miters were added to the chapter: Mrs. Mar vin Maynard, Mrs. Hiram Stanton, Mrs. Robeson and Misses Mary Lou Cargill, Kathleen Coker and Reha Whitehead. These ladies will re ceive a warm welcome, and will no doubt prove very valuable acquisi tions to the work. & COUNTY LINE. Well, Mr. Editor, the crow is about devoured. The republicans are still in power. Since the ( lec tions are all over except justice’s of the peace and bailiffs, we think jt would be wisdom for the associate editor of The Nows to run for J. P and we will try our luck at bailiff. If such arrangements can be made, we are willing to tear our shirt, and feel that aforesaid editor and ye scribe will march on to victory hand in hand. Aunt Margaret Maynard is some better than when we hfst wrote. She may out live some <>f us sleek and greasy fellows yet. Mr. Bill Rutledge and wife, of East Winder, spent the day with us Sunday. Mrs. Sal lie Reynolds and sister, of Alabama, have been spending some time in this section visiting relatives and friends, but returned home Saturday. Most everybody in this section is sowing some oats and wheat and if Prodidence smiles, and we are sure lit- will, there will be a bountiful crop gathered next season. Slowly but surely we are travel ing along the road, though dim the path may be- Vet, in the not far distant future, with our minds eye, we can set- a little house* painted white with green blinds, and, oh. how we long for the day to come when we can say it is ours. Then, when the great orb of day has gone to rest behind the western horizon, we will gather our little ones around the family hearthstone, and there upon I‘tended knees and a submis sive will, offer thanks to Him who rules above and sing 11 is praises for ey<*i wore- OVERCOATS. A good all wool Coat 52-inches long, formerly sold at # 56.50 now . - - - - $3.90 A SIO.OO guaranteed Rain-proof Cravanett Ccat at - $6.90 An all wool Cravanett Overcoat 52-inches long in fancy and solid colors, sold everywhere at $15.00; our price - $9.50 85 Cloaks worth from $12.50 to SIB.OO, now - - $9.50 Missed lon Cloaks $4.00 value, now - - - $2.15 Misses’ long Cloaks $5.00 value, now - $2.90 Misses’long Cloaks $7.50 value, now - - $4.00 BOUND OVER TOR ASSAULT. June Jackson, a Negro Boy of Win der, Held on Serious Charge. Friday evening about (:“>•) o’clock a negro boy called at the back door of the bouse occupied by Mrs. -Julie Tiller,a widow woman living inside the city limits of Winder, on the Gwinnett side of town, lie asked Mrs. Tiller if her son was at home, saying the boy was wanted at the depot to help unload some trees. Being told the son was not at homo, the negro asked if there was any other man at the house who could go. Receiving a negative reply, he blusted out, “Well, <1 —n you, I’ll brain you if you scream,” and advanced toward the woman, j who shut the door and ran into the * house for a gun, screaming all the while. The negro ran around the house !to the street and fled toward the 'Seaboard depot. I Neighbors soon gathered and form ed a searching party. Mrs. Tiller and a neighbor were walking through j the crowd at the depot when June I Jackson, a negro boy about nine teen years of age, said, God knows they can’t ’cu.se me of it ’cause 1 wuz down here.” It developed j that several parties had seen June 1 going in that direction at the time. (Then were 20 minutes for which the negro had no alibi, and Mrs. Tiller swore positively that he was dressed like the negro and she be lieved him to he the one. A coat which the negro’s step- (father identified as his own, which (June had Urn gearing for the past | few days, was found about fifty j yards from Mrs. Tiller's house. : Saturday afternoon the case was tried befor Judge George Robinson, ordinary-elect of Gwinnett county, | who bound Jackson over to the [superior court for assault. • June Jackson is well known in I Winder and this is not the first I time he has been in trouble, but the ! chances arc that this little escapade will hold him for some time to come. House And Tot Eor Sale. , Nice S-room house and 0 acres of (land, on east Broad -treet, fronting residence of J. A. Suddath. Nice 'grove. See meat once. J. W. Lyi.k. Winder, Ga. NOTICE. Mr. 11. 11. Cannon has retired i from the firm of Cannon it Flani | gun and all notes and occounts will | be placed in the hands of an attor j ncy for collection if not paid at | once. 11. T. Flanigan. SPOT COTTON LETTER. BY W. K. LYLE & CO. Winder —Weak, lie Liverpool —Spots, 4.58e1. New Orleans —Quiet, 9c. | New York —Quiet, 9.55. Mobile —Steady, 8 15-16 e. Savannah —Steady, 8 7-Sc Charleston —Quiet, 8 7-8 - Norfolk —Steady, 9 1-Hc. Baltimore —Normal, 9 l-Bc. Houston —Steady, 9 l-Be. Augusta —Steady, 9 l ie.