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J. T. Strange & Cos.
THE WINDER NEWS.
Published Every Thursday Evening
K. O. ROSS, Editor.
R. CANNON, Business Manager.
Kntered at the Postoffice at Winder, Ga.,
as Second Class Mail Matter.
'Thursday, December 16, 1909.
THE POLITICAL BEE BUSY.
The political pot in Jackson is
begining to simmer, and the' bee is
buzzing around the heads of many
of her noble sons. There seems to
be a disposition on the part of as
pirants for favors, to cut out the
spcak-esics and carry there case di
rect to the voter.
This is as it should be. The
people write the final verdict, and
if you have a cause carry it to
them. Hide-step the fixers, for in
the year of our Lord nineteen hun
dred and ten things political must,
be open and on the square in old
Jackson, else the howl sent up in the
name of fair play will be loud and
long. Beware of the lixer. The
little bird tolls us his day of mani
pulation is over. It is a little early
to talk definite polities, but it is
not too early to serve notice that we
stand for a square deal, with a
chance given every one who wishes
go O'), s 50, in 0 >, 12 50 10 50
4 OS, 7 7)0, 9 00, 12 50
A Pair of Trousers
1 50, 2 on, 8 50, 5 00
1 98, 7 50, 12 5, 18 75, 22 50
A Nice Shirt
50c, 98c, 1 25
Some Men’s Underwear
O'.to, 75c, 90c
Some Night Shirts
50c, 75c, 98c
A Good Boys’ Suit
98c, 1 50, 2 50, 8 50, 5 00
A Boys’ Overcoat
1 50, 2 88, 4 50
A Fancy Vest
98c, 1 50, 1 98, 2 98
A Silk Handkerchief
A Handsome Silk Tie
25c, 50c, 75c
A Phoenix Muffler
A Silk Muffler
50c, 75c, 98c, 1 50
A Pair True Shape Hose
A Good Sweater
A Silk Umbrella
to enter. Forecasting the future by
the past, we shall protest -against
closing the date of entry sixty days
Iml* fore the primary. If this is not
shutting off opposition in the inter
est of “early birds’’ we are not on
to the political game- We can see
no other reason for such a move.
So, Mr- Prospective Candidate,keep
your eye on the manipulators, and
be on hand at the proper time, de
manding your rights, else after it is
too late you will be telling your
friends how it happened. Our advice
to the timid prospeetives is to get
in early and run a scared race till
the last vote is polled.
Many changes and improvements
arc Wing made in Winder, but it
seems tb it narrow Pig Tail alley is
destined to romaini with us.
The latest addition to our ex
change list is the Statham News.
It is edited by Col. J. F- Holmes,
and carries ads from the progressive
merchants of that thriving little
Xincty per cent of the taxpayers
want Candler street widened and
beautified. One man objects, and
council halts. Of course this should
not tend to strenghen the charge of
one man rule in Winder.
"If it will serve the public weal
Candler street should be beauti
fied. If it is not in the interest of
98c to 5 00
the whole citizenry and would not
tend to public progress, then it
should not be done. We challenge
any member of council to give one
valid reason why the wishes of the
taxpayers should not be granted
without unnecessary delay. Speak
up, gentlemen. Our columns are
open to you.
Local passenger train No. 11, on
the Southern road was wrecked .it
Ready Fork, ten miles north of
Greensboro, N. C. Fou.teen are
reported dead and twenty-five in*
Divorced and married the same
day, it is presumed that the arrange
ments are satisfactory to all parties
concerned in the sensational elope
ment-marriage awhile hack of Miss
Silvey Speer, the little innocent At
lanta school girl. In less than :>0
minutes, it is said, after the de
cree was granted she was wedded to
Marshall C. McKenzie, and was off
on another bridal tour.
The Atlanta otlice of the Phenix
Insurance company is short 8")0,
(XX),according to the state deparment
of insurance of New York. This
agency was formerly headed by 11.
C Stocked, who was recently suc
ceeded hy Major Charles F. Hart.
George P. Sheldon, former presi
edni of the company is now under
indictment, charged with grand lar
A Ladies’ Suit
4 49, 7 50. 8 98
A Ladies’ Skirt
11 00, 18 50, 19 75, 22 50
A Seamless Art Square
A $3-5° R ”g at
98c, 1 50, 8 50
A Ladies’ Hat
1 50, 2 98, 3 50
An All Linen Table Cloth
50c, 75c, 1 00
A Flannelette Kimona
50c. 98c, 1 50, 2 98
A Pair Child’s Drawers
A Pair Bo3’den Shoes
o 00, o oO
A Pair Ziegler Shoes
8 00, 8 50
A Pair Bo} r s’ Sallie Walker Shoes
1 00, 1 50, 1 75, 2 00
A Bolt Xmas Ribbon
10c, 25c, 50c
A Bust Figure
1 98, 2 98, 8 50
A Pillow Top, Cord tc Match
A Box 3 Cakes Soap
A Silk Cap (Bab}*)
25c, 50c, 75c, 1 00
A Pair Fay Stockings
25c, 80c, 85c
A $5.00 Purchase a si.oo Doll
Thomas E. Watson writes in this
week s issue of the Jeffersonian an
open letter to Charley Barrettt pres
ident of the Farmers’ Cnion. From
Tom’s h-tter one thing is evident,
either the union is being dealt some
underlain 1 blows by Puck worth,
Ladson and llodenhamer, or 'fom
is trying to wreck this noble organ
ization. Investigate, union men!
Is graft or anew political party the
object of this agitation? If it is a
political move, then union men,
Leaders in Styles, Regulators and
Controllers of Low Prices . . .
H. J. GARRISON,
THE JEWEE LR
FULL LINE OF
High-Class Jewelry, Watches,
Clocks, Silverware, Etc.
Repairing a Specialty.
H. J. GARRISON.
remember the fate of the Grange
and the Alliance. f.
Sometimes a man’s past takers a
short cut and heads off his future.
A man usually drops his pros
perous look when a hill collector
When a sick man a is pble to
grumble, growl and wrangle, hejis
able t<> get up and do his own chores
at least. —Ex.