Along in the 1950's or so The Goat Man came through Jacksonville, Ga. Things were going OK until he started whipping one of the little baby goats. J.D. Williams, my father, who ran a store in Jacksonville, Ga., could not stand that sight. He immediately confronted The Goat Man and I thought there might be a fight over the issue. But The Goat Man moved on and Daddy returned to his store. Daddy always liked babies - even baby goats! For those interested in other parts of the picture: starting on the left and going clockwise - (and bear in mind these are rough sketches and not "exactly" as they were) - The Jacksonville Methodist Church with two stories (now single story); the old Jim/Blanche Lowe House (now gone); the old Methodist Parsonage (replaced by a brick dwelling); the old Lula Boney House (now gone); W.L. Wells Store (still there but now a smaller store); the old Jax Cafe (now gone).