DOING THEIR DOTY.
Scores of Winder Readers Are Learn*
inq the Duty of Ihe Kidneys.
To filter the blood is the kid
When they fail to do this the
kidneyß are sick.
Backache and many kidney ills
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
Doan’s Kidney Pills cure them
Winder people endorse our
Mrs. May Findley,Factory* Ili’l,
Winder, Ga., says: “1 gladly
endorse Doan’s Kidney Pills, for
1 consider them a sure cure b>r
kidney trouble. When 1 first be
gan using them, 1 was firmly in
tin* grasp of this complaint. My
kidneys were so weak that my
rest was often disturbed. Besides
this I hud much pain in the small
of my hack and sometimes arose
in the morning so lame and still'
that, I could lninfly get about.
Doan’sKidneyPille which 1 bought
at Turner’s Pharmacy helped me
at once. I continued their use
and steadily improved until at
the present time, I am not both
ered in the leant by my kidneys.”
For sale by all dealers.. Price
SO cent*. Foster-Milburu Cos r
New York, sole agents for the
Remember the name—Doan’s
—and take no other.
Committee of Awards in Agricultur
al Display Name Success
We, the undersigned, having been
appointed to make the awards m
the Ninth District Agricultural con
tests, after having carefully examin
ed the records of each and every
county exhibit, beg to report the
Premiums awarded in Gwinnett,
Hall, Jackson, Forsyth, Milton,
Cherokee, Banks, Habersham and
For the heaviest 25 ears grown on
lx>ttom land —One 1-horse White
Hickory Wagon, J. W. Peyton,
Cornelia, Ga; weight 30 pounds 12
For the second heaviest 25 ears
of corn grown on bottom land —
One Walker Cultivator, T. J. Car
penter, of Cherokee county, wt ight
39 pounds 1 ounces.
For the heaviest 25 ears of corn
grown on upland —One 2-horse
Hackney Wagon, C. 11. Porter, of
Stephens county, weight 10 pounds
For the second heaviest 25 care
of corn grown on upland —One 2-
houre Disc Plow, W. S. Grisley, of
Milton county, weight 3S pounds
For the stalk of cotton tearing
the greatest nuinl>er of bolls —One
Disc Plow, 'l'. K. MayHekl, of Mil
ton county, 427 holls.
For the second stalk of cotton
hearing the greatest number of holls
—One 2-horse Turn Plow, .1. S.
Soshee, of Jackson county, 201 holls.
For the heaviest Pumpkin —One
Walker 2-horse PI >\v Stock, W. R.
Brogdon, of Gwinnett county, 110
For the heaviest Apph —One
Walker Middle Buster, tie between
(>. 11. Fowler, of Forsyth countv,
and J. F. Jamison, of Milton coun
ty, weight Id ounces.
For the heaviest Turnip —One
WalkcrJSpring Tooth Harrow It. 0.
Bell, of Cherokee county, weight 5
pounds 12 ounces.
Fhr the heaviest ear of corn —
Five dollars in gold, offered by
Thomas M. Bell, Gainesville, Ga-,
tie between Henry Cagle and W. L.
Fowler, of Cherokee county, and It.
11. Cates, of Gwinnett county,
Weigh 1 2 pounds.
For the second heaviest ear of
corn —One Simmons' Middle Bus
ter —tie between W. M. Pinson, of
Hull county, and W. J. Bowen, of
Milton county, weight 1 pound 15
For the heaviest ear <>f corn grown
in the Ninth District —One White
St a r Buggy, it. D. Stricklnd, of
Forsyth county, weight 2 pounds 3
For the heaviest sweet potato
grown in the Ninth District —One
Avery High Grfide Steel Walking
Plow, F. M. Howell, of Cherokee
county, weight 10 pounds 2 ounces.
For the heaviest Irish Potato
grown in the Ninth District —One
Buchanan Disc Plow, S. B. Logan,
Ga-, weight 2 pounds 1 1-2 ounces.
On account of the provision in
the contest that ‘‘no exhibitor tak
ing a prize on one product will lx*
entitled to a second prize on the
same product,” it will be necessary
to readjust the county premiums
in some instances before delivery
can l>e made of all the above pre
miums. J. B. Muni>y,
W. C- Thomas,
B. H. Whelchkl,
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
Athens Business College, Athens,
Ga., on January Ist, 1910, our
•45.00 scholarships will Ire advanced
to $50.00. Our $85.00 combined
course scholarships will be advanced
to $95. This advance is to be made
from the fact that wc are adding
to our course of study a number of
new and modern features of busi
ness office training. Our course
has always been thorough and far
more complete than that of any
other commercial school, but busi
ness methods are advancing. The
recent panic has driven business con
cerns to more. rigid met hods of ac
counting and transacting of office
work; their demands are moie ex
acting upon the stenographer and
bookkeeper. In order to meet this
demand and in order to give every
student thorough trailing on the
various office appliances, we will
advance our tuition as stated above.
We feel safe in saying that each
and every student will l>e delighted
with the advance in the course of
study, and will readilv admit it is
the cheapest $5.00 worth of educa
tion ever obtained, and in no case
would he taki SIO.OO for this work
that has been added to our course.
But very, very few commercial
schools are teaching the use of the
modern filing devices, mimeograph,
niultigraph, adding machine, and
similar modern office applianaees,
and those that are teaching them
charge the student extra for each
machine. We make no extra
Don’t he trapped by tin* cut rate
school. The one that advertises a
SSO course a part of the year and
the other part makes a special rate
of $25. Attend the school that has
but one price and gives you your
money's worth, give you one
hundred cents on the dollar. The
old saying that you cannot get some
thing for nothing is quite true. It
pays to attend a school with a repu
tation, one that absolutely guaran
tees to feach you in a given length
of time and will then place you in a
good position without extra charge,
a school that is recognized among
business men as being run on sound
business principles. For full par
ticulars, ’phone or write us at our
expense. Athens Business College,
Teacher (testing the knowledge
of a class on the value of coins) —
“Well, what is that?”
Johnnie —“Heads, sir!”
LEWIS C. BUSSELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices over First National Bank.
G. A. JOHNS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Smith & Carithers"
Panic Practice in State and U.
J. F. HOLMES,
St at ham, Ga.
Criminal and Commercial Law a
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practice in all the courts
Commercial law* a specialty.
W. L. DeLaPERRIKRK
Winder - - Georgia
Fillings, Bridge and Plate-work
done in most scientific and satis
Offices on Broad St.
Winder ... Georgia
Offices over Smith & Carithers
bank;. All work done satisfae?
DR. S. T. ROSS*
PHYSICIAN and surgeon,
Offices over First National Bank.
EDMOND F. SAXON, M. D.
Office over Turner’s Pharmacy.
Residence on Broad St. ’Phone
116. Attend all calls day or night.
DR. R. P. ADAMS,
General Practice. Telephone.
Office Hours—7 to 9a m; 7 to,
9 pm. - ' 'A
ALLEN’S ART STUDIO.
All kinds of Photographs made
by latest methods. All work an d
promptly. Office on Candler St.,
STILL WE CAN MAKE
PRETTY GOOD . . .
of them. And you know
you’d like to have the pic
tures to send away, and
some to keep for yourself.
Bring the children in, and let us
show you what we can do.
ALLEN ART STUDIO
Schedule Seaboard Air line
No. 52—For local stations, Mon
roe and Columbus... 9:45 a m
No. 32—For Norfolk, Washing
ton and New York... 1:52 p m
No. 58 —For local stations to
Athens 7:32 p m
No. 36—For local stations north
of Athens, Richmond
and East 12:11 a m
No. 37— For Atlanta, Birming
ham and west 5:23 a nr,
No. 57—For local stations and
Atlanta 7:45 a m
No. 33—For Atlanta. Birming
ham, Memphis and
West 3:12 p m
No. 53—For Atlanta and west 6:18 p m
These arrivals and departures are
given as information and are not guar
10 Per Cent. Saved on Plows
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WE ARE HEADQUARTERS for Plows, and mean just
what we say when we say we can save you 10 per cent,
on your Plows. We have the goods, and we are willing to
make the prices:
Small one-horse Chilled Plow - & 4 00
Large one-horse Chilled Plow 4 50
Small two-horse Chilled Plow 6 00
Regular two-borse Chilled P10w... .. 7 50
K'xjtra large twe-horse Chilled. Plow - 8 00 ,
Best Chilled Middle Breakers ? 50
Steel Middle Breakers .fr 9 00
Large Steel Middle Breakers 10 00
Chattanooga Rtversible Disc Plows 33 0Q
Avery Reversible Disc Plows 33 00
John Deer Stalk Cutters 28 00
We affirm that the above prices are 10 per cent, under
what others get for similar goods. Come while they last, and
Woodruff Hardware and Manufacturing Cos.
®I beg to inform my friends and the public that I
have secured the agency for tne celebrated
HUB BRAND SHOES
For Men, Ladies and Children. Before buying
your shoes call and inspect my line. I wiU save
vou money and sell you better shoes.
F. HOFMEISTER, Winder. Ga. >
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II Every suit of “Shield Brand" Clothing bears two ill
“Shield” labels. These labels represent an ironclad lip
l guarantee that you are receiving full measure of value. i|j
This method of distinguishing “Shield Brand” ;
n Clothing from inferior grades, eliminates ]
111 possibility of deception or juggling of prices. GJL
111 There are only seven prices on “Shield
\\\ Brand” suits within the range of $lO the ///
l\ lowest, S2O the highest. V/ (yll
% One of the “Shield” price cards with // I W\
I m the word “guaranteed” at the top, is Hi- V
i attached to the coat sleeve, also a %\ Y
“Shield” label will be found
ifKbi inside the collar. These labels ,
identify the superior quality r J J
% displayed in “Shield Brand” 1 -W
w. Clothing, from inferior grades. x
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\ GUARANTEED A\\ X
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i the Übl|- J All genuine \\
N that is sewed 1 garment e?ther 1 k\ \
! inside of the coat Y ClJpHrNfi / men's, youths’ or fj | \\
L. F. SELL, Hoschton, Ga