to our store some day when you
have a few minutes time. Take
a look at our styles, leathers and
shapes. Permit us to show you
shoes that are different.
We wan* the business of the ’' r eli-dressed man and
can please yo:i, for we conduct a men's store, devoted
exclusively to high grads men’s shoo fusions.
We kill nothing but stall fed cat
tle. R. I). Moore dr Son.
Dr. ,J. C. Bennett, of Jefferson,
was in Winder Monday.
Honest weights guaranteed by R.
I)- Moore & Son: Phone 43.
Mr. E. Lloyd Thomas made a
business trip to Atlanta 1 uesday.
For the best of everything in
meatfj, call on R D. Moore A: Son.
We need your trade, and you
neod-our goods*- -At-w-itb--Hard ware
Phone 4’3 for your- meats. We
will treat you right. R. D. Moore
Barney Barron is still in business.
He keeps the nicest and Best fruits
For Christmas fire-works go to J.
J. Foster, Pea Hill, Winder-Jeffer
Mr. Pascoe Boyce, or Lawrence
ville, spent Tuesday and W ednes
day in Winder.
So easy to change the color of
your iron bed with Enamel from
Smith Hardware Cos.
Par-a-sit-i-cide cures itch in 30
minutes. For sale by G. \V • DeLa
perriere, Winder, Ga.
J. J. Foster, Pea Hill, Winder-
Jefferson road, can supply your
Christmas wants in fire-works.
For your Christmas dainties see
Barney Barron for the fruits. He
keeps the best at right prices.
If you have fat cattle for sale,
bring them to us, w-e pay the high
est price. R. D. Moore <fc Son.
Mr. W. E. Evans, of Tampa,Fla.,
is visiting his sisters, Mrs. A. D.
McCurry and Mrs. C. B. Almond.
Blarkets, Comforts, Blankets —
Our entire stock Quilts and Blankets
at reduced prices. Kilgore & Kelly.
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman and
children spent Monday in Athens
as the guests of Judge and Mrs.
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, and
Heaters and Ranges. Good ones
at the right prices. Smith Hard
Mr. J. F. Anderson, of Hoschton,
is soon to move to Winder. This
will be good news to Mr. Anderson’s
many friends in Winder-
Lost —On road from Winder to
Jefferson , one gold watch, Wash
ington works, 11 jewels, with ten
inch nickel chain. Probably lost
at Russell. Finder please return to
J. P. Hardigree, or this office, and
receive $2.50 reward-
Mr. Ben Hill is visiting in Da
For style and quality, go to J. L
Mr. John W. Kilgore was an At
lanta visitor this wtek.
Ladies' and Misses' cloaks at
half price at J. L. Saul's.
Mr. W. J. Collins will in the
near future move to Winder to
make his future home.
Mrs. Mittie Smith, Miss Ruth
Carithers and Mr. Clarence
visisled Monroe Sunday.
Mrs. L. R. Williams.of The, Wav
.hotel, is expecting two-visitors from
Atlanta for the week-end. \
Miss Ethel Jackson entertained
Tuesday night -at a catting dish
party in honor of Miss Launius.-
Ibive you bought your suit or
overcoat yet? It will pay you to
see us before buying. J. L. Saul.
Mrs. Monday-, of Gainesville, is
expected today to visit her sisters,
Mrs- A. I). McCurry and Mrs. C
We have the best Two-horse Disc
Plow that ever come down the pike-
See us before you buy. Smith
Dr. S. T. Ross has recently fitted
up offices in rear of Turner’s phar
macy, and when not on calls can
be found there.
The Old Reliable Oliver Turning
Plows are far in the lead. Why?
They plow' better. Get them from
Smith Hardware Cos.
M*'. Dan Murphy, of Augusta,
has cast his lot with Winderites,
and can be found at the Barron &
Chastain barber shop.
Miss Ellen Launius, of Monroe,
who has for the past week l>een the
admired guest of Miss Ethel Jack
son, returned home Wednesday.
Mrs. Clara Jones, Mrs. H. D.
Jackson, Mrs. T. C. Duun and Mrs.
0 M. Jackson formed a pleasant
party who visited Atlanta this week.
Barron & Chastain are now run
ning three chairs on full time-
For a quick and up t*> the minute
shave you should give these boys a
To save both time and money,
call on Kilgore & Kelly for your
Christmas gifts. Can fdl your
wants in suitable and useful gift*
The many friends of Dr. and
Mrs- W. L. Bush will l>e glad to
learn that Mrs. Bush is getting
along nicely at this time. Mrs.
Bush recently underwent a serious
operation at St Joseph’s hospital
in Atlanta, and for a time grave
fears were entertained by her friends
Flanigan & Flanigan’s
BUGGIES and AUTOMBILES.
Two solid car loads (72) Organs just received.
Car load Pianos will be here Monday.
Nothing makes a more lasting Xmas present
than a Musical Instrument. No house com
plete without one. All these must be sold
within the next two weeks, as we move into
our new building January 1, 1910.
Prices guaranteed. Terms to suit.
Yours to please,
FLANIGAN & FLANIGAN.
E;/1 ao n 1 > THOMAS,
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes , Hats and Millinery
Broad and Candler Sts., Next to Winder Bankirg Cos. Phone 163. *
WINDER. GA.. 1909.
To the Public: ' . „
We are glad that we are in position to furnish the people of
Winder the greatest bargains in Dress Goods next Friday, 'Saturday
and Monday that was ever offered.
We have just received a shipment of new Dress Goods of the
latest patterns and colors. You will have to see them to fully
appreciate what we are offering you.
These are the prices at which we are offering these goods
for three days:
$1 35 Taffeta Silk this sale— 95c
1 25 Woolen Goods this sale 87c
75 Woolen Goods this sale ~4Bc
75 Corded Lustra Mohair— ~.48c
50 Woolen Goods this sale -37 c
50 Rah Dress Goods this sale 35c
Best Amoskeag outing 9c, at J.
Master Charles Dunn, son of Mr.
and Mrs. T- C- Dunn,is sick at this
The friends of Mrs. Marvin May
nard will be sorry to learn she is
ill with grip.
You will have to visit my store
Friday, Saturday and Monday to
appreciate the new dress goods, and
low* prices you car. buy them for.
E. Lloyd Thomas.
Just received 150 nieces of new
dress goods that 1 will offer at 2oc
to 95c per yard Friday, Saturday
and Monday, which is GO to 50
percent below value. E. Lloyd
Listen Boys —We have the l>est
line of Wagons, Velocipedes, Bi
cycles, Rides and Shot Guns ever
shown in W inder! Don t fail to
come to see us when in town.
Smith Hardware Cos.
Ladies’ furs at half price, at J.
AAA Sheeting G l-2c; guaranteed
three yards to the pound, at J. L-
Miss Fannie Adams, of near
Campton, was visiting friends in
Winder this week.
The mother and sister of Col. G.
A. .Johns, of Social Circle, spent
Sunday in Winder.
Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Flanigan and
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Johns spent
Sunday at Braselton.
Mr. A. H. Cohen,frepresentative
of “A Night For A Day Cos ,” was
in Winder Wednesday.
Mrs. Carey Morris and son, C. J.,
Jr., of Athens, are visiting Mr. J.
M. Morris and family this week.
After a week spent with relatives
here. Capt. T. L. Ross returned to
his home near Jefferson, Saturday.
50c Canton Silk _3sc
50c Superior Morae, silk finish 35c
35c Poplin 25c
30c Avondale Worsted. ..20c
30c Woven Suiting 26c
12c Cotton Suiting —loc
E. LLOYD THOMAS.
Mr. Frank DeGuisi
Miss Edna Marshall
Mary J. Holmes.
Prices 75c, 50c and 25c.