A LASTING REMEMBRANCE FROM THE RECIPIENT
Just look at some of the extremely low prices in order that your friends may be
remembered by you in years to come.
The National Coin fort Chair, No. 100, Reduced to
TANARUS!x j National Comfort Chair, No. 105, Reduced to
The National Comfort Chair, No. 110, Reduc' and to
The National Comfort Chair, No. 10G, Reduced to
only 80.50, (Rocker.)
The National Comfort Chair, No. 111, Reduced to
only $1 (>.OO, (Rocker, leather.)
Three piece Mahogany Parlor Suit, Reduced to
(late End Dnyenp'wt, Reduced to only 825.00.
The-beautiful weather of the fall
is passed and winter rain is begin
ning to make some headway- This
makes us sorry for ourselves as well
as others who have to make a
change in their place of abode. "It’s
a pity more people don’t make
haste when they know they have to
move —not put it off until winter is
on us in dead earnest, then move
through rain and mud, and damage
the little we country people have.
It’s just awful to have to haul a
load of nice furniture several miles
und up the muddy steep grades
there are in Chandler’s district.
Just look where I have gone, right
on the road again.' lam that much
like the much abused drummer —
all the time on the road. This
difference, In* makes a living and I
Say, why not issue bonds and
build good roads from Jefferson to
Winder, Commerce, Hoschton,Stat
ham, Maysville and Center toward
Athens and Gainesvill? After you
have built these, go into the rural
districts and make others good.
You say it costs too much. Let’s
see! Your team can carry, sav
*two tons as they are. Make better
roads and move four tons with the
same team in the same time. Mr.
Farmer has saved the price of one
team which at low figures is $2-.50
a day. Now take just twenty days
for hauling guano, marketing cot
ton and other produce. What
have you saved in one year, SSO,
eh! You say, well, if I were to
iUiniicr tUcckln IXcius.
Clo nes will wear out, watches and rings nia> get lost, diamonds we cannot afford. So just make pome
g,ne hap;;y by giving them a REAL NICE DEDRuOTT SUi F.
Youb to serve, and believe me, DIVIDE PROFITS.
Wishing Everybody a Happy and Merry Christmas, and Prosperous New Year,
WINDER, JACKSON COUNTY. GEORGIA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1909
ask you to give the fifth part of that
(I mean a four-horse man) each
year until we had good roads you
would give me a lot of abuse.
The savings of buggies, wagons
and automobiles would lx* money
in the poeket. Then if you get
money back as well as time, why
not l>e willing to spend a part of it
to make good roads.
Oh you say you would not mind
it if you could get the work done.
Jackson county is not a garden.
You can’t hoe her over before
breakfast, Imt you can probably
clean one row. If 1 were to go into
ni3 r garden piek out a few small hits
of grass every foot and pass by the
weeds that were chokingthe life out
of my plants you would use some
language not appropriate if you
were not a member of the church.
Once J heard a fellow tell about
the other fellow that took too much
John Barley corn,, and he died with
Pelagifi, but the story Mr. Blank
took a good drink, walking from
his hotel simply stated he could
whip anything on that street. Back
to his loom, takes another, walk
ing back and a little louder says
I can wallop anything in this ward.
Rack for a third drink, returns
somewhat boistrous declares he can
whip any man in town. He has
no opponent. But David was near
to meet Goliah, On Mr. Blank’s
return after the fourth drink came
he stroking his heard all covered
with filth from his mouth, eyes like
new moons, his gait very wobbly,
he exclaims in a drunken brogue:
Lounges from SPUD to 81 1.50.
The latest thing in Dev. Olounge, (makes a good
Eight different assortment Side Boards, from 812.0 )
Seven different assortment I lull Racks, from SS.OO
to SOS 00.
Chiffoniers as low as —ju*t think only $12.00.
The most iist-ful pr< sent for men only, hut the whole
family uses it —it is a Chifforobe, 825 to 82< .50
Don’t let tie- little one fall in the tire, .lust, simply
get oiv of those Spark Guards, only 81.00.
Look Cases fill tic wav from 85.00 to 817.50.
“I can wollop anything in the
county.” Ep step a country *lad
well muscled and ready. With a
hack-handed blow with his brawny
fist he sent Mr. Blank into the gut
ter. Mr. Blank arose looking about
as if ready to appologize declariugj
in distinct tones: 1 took in too
milch territory. That is just what
some are doing today. Going over
too much ground.
The doctors the lawyers and men
with brain and experience often
differ on material points. Then
we with limited education and lit
tle experience must necessarily lie
►allowed a latitude to speak and
show our ideas of difference though
we he nut able to advance plans by
which we, as a community, may
be bettered. Tis any easy tiling
to say this or that is right or wrong j
but ;t much harder one to show up
the wrong and give something bet
The birthday party at J. R.
Johnson's was a success in every
sense of the word, Tyrant.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Whitehead,
of Winder, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Reha, and
Mr. John Nesbitt Vonderlieth, the
ceremov to take place at the First
Methodist church, December 22.
No general rule can le laid down
for the training of children. Take
your child and make yonr rule to
fit him. You can not make a child
to fit a rule to save your life. —Ex.
Art Squares, oxl2, from 15.00 to $22 50.
Rugs from 75c to $4 00.
Well when it comes to Parlor Rocking Chairs, “we’s
sho got ’em” all the ,vay from 81.25 to $lO.
And lost you forget, we have some of the very latest
designs in Toilet Sets, 12 pieces.
You ought to see them Dutch Patterns for Holiday
presents reduced to only SB.OO.
Led Room Suits. Well they are sure here to phase
any one ranging from 20, 25, 25, 15, 55, 05,
b 75 .and SBS. Well they arc worth more but
we want to move some of them, and you
cannot give a better present.
Mr. Editor, we are here again.
Those old maid’s have got in a good
humor. You know it tickles some
folks to death to see their name in
print. If you tell where they went
and who went with them, hut if
you write a local about them and
have a little fun attached, they are
ready to tear your liair out. But
we have resolved to have our share
of fun in this world as long as anv
fun is going.
Backbone and spareribs,
The order of the day,
Eat the meat from off the bones
And throw the hones away.
Nearly everybody took advantage
of the cold snap, and knocked the
sonic” down. Send the Devil of
the P ress out and we will give him
a squaae meal of ‘‘chitling.”
The weather’s getting very had
To move so awful far.
\\ ish that we had closed a trade
To stay right where we are.
The man who hasn’t been getting
bis children any Santa Claus should
come around this time. He can
well afford it, for cotton has been a
good price all the fall and he should
make their little hearts glad once in
life, if no more, We read of the
little children in the Good Book. In
one place it says: “Suffer little
children to come unto me, and for
bid them not for of such is the king
dom of heaven.” and in another
place: “We must become as a little
child.” Think of this you ungrat-
ful father and lil! their little stock
ings as you wanted them to fill that
basket with 15-cent cotton last fall.
The days are swiftly passing by,
Another year is gone,
We stop and wonder, Master, why?
Has time so swiftly flown.
i es A mas now will soon have passed
And then we’ll start ‘"agin,”
To toiling all the long days through
The year nineteen and ten.
Children get your socks nailed up,
Close by the mantle side,
For on that glorious eve
Old Santa Claus will ride.
He’ll bring you toy’s of every kind.
And candies by the pound.
Now go to bed just after dark,
He’s sure to come aiound.
He’ll bring the girlies all a doll,
He’ll bring the hoys a gun,
A rocking chair, he’ll bring your
He’ll bring your pa a dun.
And there the old man will begin
To rip, to rare, and snort.
Because he looked in his old “sock”
And didn’t find a quart.
Ni ff Skd.
Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant J. Black
stock, of Jefferson, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Alice
Elizabeth, and Dr. John Thomas
Longino, of Fairburn, the marriage
to take place at the First Baptist
church, in Jefferson, on January