THE JACKSON ECONOHIST.
To The Wheat Growers!
Bring your wheat and have it ground on
the NEW ROLLER MILLS.
We have the latest improved machinery, and all
we ask is for you to bring us some good wheat and
give us a trial.
We have only Full
ROLLER PROCESS MILL
In this Part of the State.
We guarantee perfect satisfaction.
Your patronage will be appreciated.
£ MILL ONE MILE NORTH HOSCHTON.
Yours for Business,
BRASELTON BROS. & COOPER.
Mrs. Eliza Stcry is visiting friends
and relatives in Athens and Winder.
Miss* Fannie Edgar, of Atlanta, is
spending some time with Miss Eulalia
Misses Bertha Thompson and Lilly
Duke have returned to tbeir home in
Atlanta after a uleasant visit to rela
Miss Loutitia Jennings, of near Win
der,.was the guest of Judge Bradbury s
family this week, also, Mr. Y. A. White,
of Thomasville, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Bridges, of Atlanta, are
the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Mays.
Mr. I. G. Allen, of Ala., spent last
Sunday with his family here.
Mrs. May Pittman and Mrs. Lucy
Ross visited relatives and friends in the
country this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Story and children
spent last Sunday in the country the
guests of relatives.
Miss Pearl Guffin, of Gallilee, is the
guest of Mrs J. G. Elder.
Miss Emma Lelia Sims, of Athens, is
visiting Mrs. R. S- McGarrity.
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Hood, of Harmony
Grove, are the guests of Mrs. W. A
Watson a few days this week.
Mr. W. W. Edwards has returned
home from several days visit to his sis
ter at Statesboro.
The Board of Education met here last
Cols. W. I. Pike and J. M. Merritt
attended court at Clarksville, thiß week.
Mr. S. A. Johnson has purchased the
store house and lot for same from J. C.
Bennett, and will have the house repair
ed and move back from the street,
and will move his stock of goods in
School opened at Martin Institute last
Monday with 118 pupils.
Mrs. Betty Morgan and son have re
turned to their home in Texas after sev
eral weeks* visit to Mr. and Mrs. P.
Mr. J. H. Lord has returned home from
Pensioners approved for the year 1901.
Indigents, Joseph Grier, Jackson W.
Hill, John M. Cooper, J. G. Stewart,
Franx King and A. H. Pendergrass.
Invalids approved, D. H. Roberts.
tjuite a crowd in town last Tuesday,
it being sale day.
The farmers met and organized a
Farmer Protective Association club at
this plaoe on last Tuesday.
STORY OF A SLAVE.
To be bound hand and foot for years
by the chains of disease is the worst
form of slavery. George D. Williams,
of Manchester, Mioh. tells how snoh a
slave was made free. He says: “My
wife has been so helpless for five years
that she could not turn over in bed
alone. After using two bottles of Elec
tric Bitters, she is wonderfully im
proved and able to do her own work.’*
This supreme remedy for female dis
eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep
lessness, melancholy, headache, back
ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This
miracle working medicine is a godsend
to weak, sickly, run down people. Ev
ery bottle guaranteed. Only 60 oentss
Sold by Winder Drug Cos.,
WINDER, JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1900.
It is with sad regret tha*; we chroni
cle the death of Mrs, Julia C. Hunter
who departed this life Tuesday after
noon of last week and was buried Wed
nesday of last week at the home bury
ing ground, the funeral services being
conducted by Rev. H. B. Mays.
Mrs. Hunter was a woman of chris
tian virtues and leaves four daughters
and two sons and a host of relatives
and friends to mourn her death. May
our Heavenly Father’s blessing grace
divine rest upon the daughters and sons,
snstaining them at such a time as this
and cheering them with the hope of a
glad reunion on the other shore.
Mr. J. M. Betts, who has a position
with the Athens electric street railway,
spent Sunday here as the guest of Mrs
N. E, Betts and family.
Sunday was a day off in Wilner. No
preaching and no Sunday school.
Messrs. J. T. and C. C. Fulcher and
the writer attended the union singing
society at Prospect last Sunday.
Mrs. N. E. Holliday and son spent
Sunday and Monday in Athens the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M T. Tony.
PREVENTED A TRAGEDY.
Timely information given Mrs George
Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, pre
vented a dreadful tragedy and saved
two lives. A frightful cough had long
kept her awake every night. She had
tried many remedies and doctors but
steadily grew worse until urged to try
Dr. King’s New Discovery. One bottle
wholly cured her, and she writes this
marvelous medicine also cured Mrs.
Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia.
Such cures are positive proof of the
matchless merit of this grand remedy
for curing all throat, chest and lung
troubles. Only 50c and $l.OO. Every
bottle guaranteed Trial bottle free at
Winder Drug Cos.
The Annual Convention of the Na
tional Baptist Association, oolored,
Richmond, V*., September 12th,-20th,
will be a memorable occasion. All good
Baptists will take the Seaboard Air
Read The Following Offer.
We are offering 1% cents for good
white cotton delivered in October at
Dunn, Lyle & Cos.
DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP?
A cheap remedy for ooughs and colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure the more se
vere and dangerous results of throat and
lung troubles. What shall von do? Go
to a warmer ard more regular climate?
Yes, if possiple; if not posible for you,
then in either case take the ONLY rem
edy that has been, in trod need in all civ
ilized countries with success for severe
throat and lungs troubles, Boschee’s
German Syrup.” It not only heals and
stimulated tne tissues to destroy the
germ disease, but allays inflammation,
causes easy expectoration, gives a good
night’s rest, and cures the patient. Try
one bottle. Recommended many years
by all druggists in the world. Sample
bottle at Winder Drug Cos. Winder.
Dunn, Lyle & Co’s.
Daring the past week the market has
steadily rdvauced on account of the
light receipts of new cotton and the
small visible supply as oompared with
former years. Crop accounts are far
from flattering, many reports of too
muoh rain from some sections and con
tinned dry weather in some parts of the
cotton belt where rain is badly needed.
The cotton goods trade is very mnch
mixed and puzzled over the ontlook and
do not seem to know just what is best
for them to do. We expeot to see lower
prices between now and November but
are very confident that higher prices
will come to these who have the conrage
to hold their prodnot and wait for the
sitnation to nnravel itself. Spots are
quoted in our market at eight and one
half for good grades. We advise sale
of first cottons to advoid loss in weight
and to make holding later on easier for
The progressive nations of the world
are the great food consuming nations.
Good food well digested gives strength.
If yon cannot digest all yon eat, yon
need Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests
what yon eat. Yon need not diet your*
self. It contains all of the digestants
combined with the best known tonics
and reconstructive. It will even digest
all classes off >ods in a bottle. No other
preparation will do this. It instantly
relieves and quickly cures all stomach
troubles. G. W. DeLaPer.iere.
Notice Farm For Sale.
A nice little farm of 75 acres for sale
at a bargain. This farm is five miles
from Winder and three miles from,
Statham. near mill, school and church.
The place has good pastures and splen
did orchard and very conveniently lo
cated in every respect. For further
particulars write or see
T. H. Wofford. Winder, Ga.
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine in the civ
ilized world, Your mothers’ and grand
mothers’ never thought of using any
thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness.
Doctors were scarce, and they seldom
heard of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostra
tion or Heart failure, etc. They used
August Flower to clean out the system
and stop fermentation of undigested
food, regulate the action of the liver,
stimulate the nervous and organic ac
tion of the system, and that is all they
took when feeling dull and b*d with
headaches and other aches. You only
need a few doses of Green’s August
Flower, in liguid form, to make you
satisfied there is nothing serious the
matter with you. Sample bottles at
Winder Drag Ca
Give Your Order.
We have already sold four Shredding
Machines this season. This is the beßt
thing ever gotten np making and saving
plenty of forage. The demand has been
so great that if you want a Sh-edder you
will have to give us your order at
once as the factory will soon be out of
Winder Hardware Cos.
The emergency bags sent by a church
society to Kansas soldiers in the Philip
pines contained among the necessities a
box of DeWitt’a Witch Hazel Salve
the well known cure for piles, injuries
and skin diseases. The ladies took care
to obtain the original DeWitt’s Witch
Hazel Salve knowing that all the coun
terfeits are worthless. G. W. DeLa-
One fare for the round trip to the An
nual Convention of the National Bap
tist Association, colored, at Richmond,
Va., September 12th.-., by the Seaboard
Air Line Railway,
IT SAVED HIS LEG.
P. A Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga.,
suffered intensely for six months with
a frightful running sore on his leg, but
writes that Buoklen’s Arnica Salve
wholly cured It in ten days. For Ulcers
Wounds, Burns, Boils, Pain or Piles
it’s the best salve in the world. Cure
guaranteed. Only 25. Sold by Winder
Notice to Farmers.
Jefferson, Ga, Sept 4th, 1900.
Pursuant to call, there was organized,
a sub-organization of the cotton grow
ers association of Georgia, with the fol
lowing officers: J. W. Lord, President;
W. P. Boggs, Vice-President; W. H.
Smith, Treasurer; J. D. Pike. Secretary.
There will be a meeting at the court
house on Saturday, September 15th, st
10 o’olock and every farmer and others
that are interested in better prices for
ootton are oordially invited to come out
and join ns, J. W. Lord, President.
Large snn spots, astronomers say,
caused the extreme heat this summer,
and doctors declare nearly all the pros
trations were induced by disorders of
the stomach. Good health follows good
digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests what you eat. If you have indi
gestion or dyspepsia it will quickly re
-11 ve and permanently onre you G. W.
Farm for Rent.
I will rent a good two-horse farm to
some man who will furnish his own
stock. Place well improved and in
Jackson county on Hog Mountain road
seven miles below Winder. Apply to
T. J. Vickers, Paradife, Gai
BISMARCK’S IRON NERVE
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous energy
are not fonnd where Stomach, Liver,
Kideys and Bowels are out of order. If
you want these qualities and the success
they bring, use Dr. King’s New Life
Pills. They develop every power of
brain and body. Only 25c at Winder
Club Wall, who killed an Irish pedler,
will bang at Clapton, Georgia, October
An old negro, Baid to be 183 years old
died a few days ago at Greenwood,
SCIENCE OF FEEDING
VALUABLE INFORMATION FUR
NISHKI) BY STATE CHEM
IMPORTANCE OF COTTON SEED
How the t’rogrrsslve Farmer Hoy
Calculate the Best Ratio**
For His Stock.
To A, B. C.—Renewing my letters to
you, which have for a time been inter
rupted by more pressing official duties,
1 here give you the table of analyses of
the more common feeding stuffs, which
I promised you in my leek
TABLE OF DIGIWiTIBUS MATTES 1M 100
POUNDS itr FEED STUFFS.
kX & I'fif IT
1 i llnws
£•3 '(• Oat Fodder 87ij IN| B.H 104
rtS 1 ? f Oowpefi 16.4 I to; 80S 0.25
VCorn blame 20.0 OMI li 76 065
Hay made from Or _J . „ .
onard Grass 05 1 4 781 41 00 140
Biy 80S 0 8648T2 148
l| }:§Bf 8
L. frlJfß§ |
ffrill 88 if
Grains, etc ...iTr ....•.
1586-.:::::::-::: ’A j:8 MS 1$
Wheat (grain) 0. i lO.tt JO W l #
.’i is iilg
Corn and o>b Meal fttT Ml J.t7
ft round Goto and OaS*
WfiSfiST':::::::: fri it 8:8
S2 Ulisi'jo jj.jl
psßftfc:::: 8£ 88 18
SM* :::::::::: .V IS |:B
Separator Milk ft 4 204 ft H 0 ft*
Butter Milk ft ft ft 87 4.00 1-06
Whey, j." 6 6 04 474 031
I hope you will now go baok and care
fully read again my prevloua letters
and fix In your mind the explanation*
there given of the various terms, which
are used in the above table of analyses,
what protein is and what function it
fills in the animal economy, building
muscle and lean meat, blood, nerves,
hair, tendons and even part of the
bones, also the office of the carbohy
drates and the fat producing fat, in the
body, keeping op it* heat and produc
ing force or energy. You will then
better understand the table jnst given.
This is a short table selected from nu
merous analyses, as ooutainlng the ma
terials moat likely to be met with on
the average southern farm and used for
the feeding of atook.
The above table does not give the
complete analysis of the fee ling stuffa
mentioned, but gives the digestible
matter in 100 pounds of each feed. For
instance, the oomplete analysis of cot
tonseed meal is as follows: Water & 2
per cent, ash 7.2 per cent, protein 42.3
percent, carbohydrates 29.2 per oent,
fat 13.1 per oent, or total 100 per cenk
By referring to the table, however, you
will see that about five pounds of the
protein is indigestible and about
18 pounds of the carbohydrates
are also indigestible. The figures in
the above table h. ye been obtained by
careful feeding exp r me its, and are
the result of muoh painstaking, careful,
conscientious work, and are therefore
very valuable as being practical in the
best sense. Only that part of the food
is of value to the animal which passes
into the circulation, after being acted
on by the fluids of the stomaoh and in
testines, and being taken up by the
blood goes to repair the waste of the
body, to make new flesh, to add fat, or
to serve as a source of energy or work.
In preparing these tables of digesti
ble matter the experimenters carefully
weighed the animals at the beginning
of each experiment, carefully analysed
the rations fed to them, carefully saved
every drop of liquid and solid of the
dung and urine and analyzed them,
and then by studiously comparing all
the results, calculated the indigestible
matter in 100 pounds of each feed stuff
and these percentages they called the
"digestion coefficients.” Such tables
as these are the basis of scientific feed
ing. Little as you may think of it this
subjeot is of the utmost practical im
portance. not only to the agricultural
community, but to the general prosper
ity of the nation.
The experience of the past decade has
demonstrated, and I hope conclusively
to our farmers at least, that the day ha
passed when their exclusive attention
yan be devoted to the production of one
crop, and that crop, one which is not
easential to the life of man; at least in
the way in whioh it is at present han
dled, it is only oonduoive to the oom
fort of the human family as raiment*
but it can be so handled as to minister,
not only to their comfort, but to the de
velopment and sustenance of life itself.
To explain my meaning In as few words
aa possible, is this, that we have been
raising ootton for the sake of its fiber,
to be spun into cloth, when we should
have been raising it for the sake of its
precious seed, born into the world in a
manner befitting its royal origin aa the
■on of King Cotton, swaddled and ea
circled in tha downiest far and not na
ked and forlorn as is the wont of earthly
princelings. It does seem as if this
jealous care of Mother Nature should
have made us recognize earlier the great
value of the little seed which she
wrapped up so carefully. Aa I said,
we have been raising It for the sake of
its fibre to be spun into doth when wn
should have been raising it chiefly for
the sake of the protein and carbohy
drates of lta seeds to be transmuted by
wonderful alchemy of the brute crea
tion into beefmilk, mutton and pork,
with the lint simply thrown in aa a by
produck When we consider th* won
derful nutritive value of oottonaeed
meal and hulls, after the oil, another
byproduct, has been extracted from
them, and tha further fact that this
rich, nutritious food may be passed
through the domestic animals, giving
them life, growth and development,
aud yet in that process lode oaly about
10 per o*at of the rioh fertilising con
stituents found in tha original food,,
and yielding a manure of the very beat
quality, it does seem as though natura
had been too lavish and generous in her
gifts to us of the south.
We have been slow to realise the im-
Krtanoe of the "talent whioh we have
ried,” bbt the day Is breaking, and
ere long we sball, by developing the va
rious product* of this wonderful plaat,
become the richest people in the world,
and by consequeuc* the oentsr of civili
sation, refinement and the arte. I have
thus digressed from the technical de
tails we have been diecuesing for the
purpose of impressing more strongly
upon you their importance. In my next
letter, w th the aid of another table and
some explanations, I hope to be able to
•how you how to calculate for yoursell
a scientific ration for the stock you am
feeding. Yours truly,
John U. McCamdlesb,
State Cherniak J