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for state treasurer
To the Democratic voters of Georgia
I am a candidate for treasurer ot
this state subject to the Democratic
primary on June 4th. My candi
dacy is based upon my former ser
vice to the people in this office cov
ering a period of more than twenty
years—arecor4thatl believe will
bear public scrutiny and which has
never been impugned. If elected I
promise the same taitl'tul attention
to the duties of the office that mark
ed my previous administration
WM. J. SPEER.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for Solicitor-General of the
Western Circuit comprising the
counties of Gwinnett, Walton,
Jackson, CUike, Oconee. Banks
and Frankl- eubjact to the ac
tion of t’v Luuocratic Executive
Committee. I will deeply appre
ciate the support- of the people of
Cl IFI OF.D WALKER.
Monroe, ( ; u.
hf c -by ann nice myself a can
didate for Ordinary of Jackson
county subject to the democratic
JAMES A. WILLS.
At the solicitation of many
friends in diff< *nt sections of the
county I announce my candidacy
for the ol'ii-:e of ordinary of Jack
son county, sul j a ct to the demo*
cat-ic primary to be held the 31st
day of J ulv.
J. L. WILLIAMSON.
FOIt CLERK S' I’KRIOR COURT
To the voters of Jackson county:
I most respectfully announce that
I am a candidatv for re-election to
the office of Cltr-i Superior C>urt
of Jackson county, subject to the
action of the democratic primary
July 31st, 1908. I thank you for
past favors and earnestly solicit you
support. S. J. NIX.
I hereby announce for the office
of sheriff of Jackson county, sub
ject to the democratic primary, to
be held the‘slst, of July, and so
licit the suppoi t, of all the quali
fied voters os the couutv.
11. H. COLLIER.
’chairman countv commissioners.
1 hereby announce myself a can
didate for Chaimon of Commission
ers of Roads and Revenues of Jack
son county, subject to tiie Demo
cratic primary. H. C. HARNETT.
I announce my self as a candi
date for the chairmanship of the
Board of Commissioners of Roads
and Revenues if Jackson county
subject to tli action of the dem
ocrntic primary to be held July
31st, 1908. It elected I shall
give ail my attention to the dis
charge of tire duties ot the office.
L. M. DADISMAN.
I respectfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election to the
office of Treasurer of Jackson
county, subject to the Democratic
primary of July 31st.
G 3.0. VV. BAILEY.
Attend the BIG SALE LOTS
Thursday, April 2nd.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
To the voters of Jackson county.
I announce myself a
candidate for re-election to the of
fice of tax col'ector of Jackson
county subject to the democratic
primary on July 81st. 190S.
W. T. APPLEBY.
FOR TAX RECEIVER
I respectful'y announce myself a
candidate fur re-election to the of
fice of Tax Receiver of Jackson
County, subject to the Democratic
primary on July 31, 1908.
N. B. Lord.
ILA CITY NEWS
Mt. J. W. Phillips has been on
the sick list for several days.
G. W. Risner is making rapid
headway on J. L. Thompson’s new
residence on Broad street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly visited
the lattei’s sister, Mrs. George Bur
roughs last Wednesday.
G. G. Cartledge made a business
trip to Commerce last Thursday.
Last week was the fiist week I
ever saw with seven Sundays in it. I
Dr. G. W. Westbrook and Mr.
J. L. Thompson made a busi -ss
trip to CarnesvtUe last Monday.
Little Gladys Burroughs is '< v y
sick at the home of her grand fa mar
Mr. J. H. Rice.
Misses Annie Smith, Lizzie Bird
and JMamie Meroier visited Mrs R.
J. Westbrook last Monday. J!
If I was a farmer I tell you what 1
I would plant all the corn I would
need, a little cotton too.
Tis a sure thing cotton you cannot
But you know boys you oan bide
the corn and wheat.
With corn in your crib your smoke
house in your yard
You can go to mill every week and
shorten your bread with lard.
Don’t and pend on the west for your
corn the northwest for meat,
Try this for about 8 years and you
can take the president off his seat
This sounds right jokey and yet its
a little funny
We have quit making a living and
trying to make money.
I offer for my home inside
the incorporate limits of this city
consisting of 90 acres of fine land,
all of which lies well, and on
which there |are four improved
settlements, with good buildings.
This tract of land fronts on the
Southern railway. Also one tract
of well improved land in Madison
county, continuing 166 acres, well
improved, situated near schools
T. ,T. MORGAN.
Pumpkin Yam seed potatoes for
sale by B. B. SHARP.
Bears the yj flie Kind Ycu iiavn Always BoilUW
COME TO US FOR ALL THE
LATEST STYLES IN
MEN’B and BOYB t
Our Hart, Schafer & Marx
“Varsity’ Suit is the thing
for the Up-to-Date dresser.
Men’s Suits slo,oo to $3G,00
Boys’ Suits 2,00 to IQ.oo
Our Boys’ Suits are money savers. They catch the Boys’ eye,
the Mothers’ economy and the Fathers’ pocketbook. > i
Our line of Furnish
ing Goods is complete
in every detail. All the
swell patterns in-
ROCHESTER CLOTHING CO.,
HENRY ELLIOTT, Manager,
timin' -—"ni* ! as sea the Kind You Haw Always Bought
Some Hat talk on fthe
side. We have....
bought to sell from
$3.00 to $5.00
We have some special bargains in
Hats at all prices