THE JACKSON ECONOfIIST.
I To The Wheat Growers!
luring' your wheat and have it ground on
I the NEW ROLLER MILLS.
I We have the latest improved machinery, and all
Iwe ask is for you to bring us some good wheat and
I jive us a trial.
I We have only Full
r ROLLER PROCESS MILL
I In this Part of the State.
I We guarantee perfect satisfaction.
I Your patronage will be appreciated.
I MILL ONE MILE NOKTH HOSCHTON.
j Yours for Business,
BRASELTON PROS. & COOPER,
Statement of the Condition of
flu fMI lANKING COMPANY,
Located at Winder, Georgia, at the close of Business
September sth, 1900.
Loans and Discounts I 95,625 89 Capital Stock Paid in, $ 25,000 00
Demand Loans 6,225 67 Undivided Frofits, less Cur-
Overdrafts, 374 26 rent Expenses and Tax-
Furniture and Fixtures 1.202.10 es Paid, 8,430.87
Due from Banks and Bank- T ndividual Deposits subject
ers in the State 4,369.11 to Check 27,044 75
Die from Banks and Bank- Cashier’s Checks, 128.75
ers in other States, 4,527.81 Bills Papable, including
Currency 599 00 Time Certificates repre-
Gold, * 1,350.00 senting Borrowed Mon-
Silver, Nickels and Pennies, 1,365.55 ey. 60,843.55
Checks and Cash Items 652 45
I R. Stamps and Stamped
Total, 1116,447.42 Total, 1116,447,42
STATE OF GEORGIA, ;
County ot Jackson. )
Before me came W , H. Toole, Cashier, of The Winder Banking
Company, who being duly sworn, says that the above and foregoing
statement is a true condition of said Bank, as shown by the books of
file in said Bank, W, H. TOOLE, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me, this 12th day of September
1903, B. F. WILSON, C. N. P.
I most respectfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election for Repre
sentative from Jackson county.
lam a candidate for Treasurer of
Walton county and ask the support of
my friends in the October election. I
have lived in Walton county all my life
and have always been afriend to the peo
ple If you see fit to honor me with this
responsible offioe, I promise you that I
will always be found true to a trust,
faithful to the interests of the whole
People. Sincerely yours,
Chas. W, Felker.
To the voters of Walton County:
I hereby announoe myself a candi
date for re-election to the office of Sheriff
°f Walton County, at the October elec
lion, promising, if elected, to faithfully
discharge my duty.
, Thanking you for past favors and ask
!nS your support now, I am,
E. C. Arnold.
Farm for Rent.
I will rent a good two-horse farm to
some man who will furnish his own
slock. Place well improved and in
Jackson county on Hog Mountain road
seven miles below Winder. Apply to
”• J. Vickers, Paradise, Ga.
WINDER, JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1900.
Notice Farm For Sale.
A nice little farm of 75 acres for sale
at a bargain. This farm is five miles
from Winder aDd 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 farther
particulars write or see
T. H. Wofford. Winder, Ga.
Honey To Loan.
I am now in a position to lend money
>n better terms than ever heard of be
fore. I have an unlimited amonnt of
money to lend on Ten (10) years time
with the privilege of paying the whole
or any part of principle at any time
Call on me at No. 17 Clayton Street,
Athens, Ga. and I will be glad to ac
commodate yon. C. C. Chandler.
A NIGHT OF TERROR.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the wid
ow of the brave General Barham of
Machias, Mo., when the doctors said
she could not live till morning” writes
Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful night. ‘All thought she
must soon die from Pneumonia, but
she begged for Dr. King’s New Discov
ery, saying it had more than once saved
her ife, and had cured her of Consump
tion. After three small doses she slept
easily all night, and its farther use com
pletely cured her.” This marvelous
medicine is guaranteed to cure all
Throat, Chest and Lung Diseases. Only
50 cents and SI.OO. Trial bottle free at
Winder Drug Cos.
THROUGH HIS AGENT.
Says Athens will do What
Few Cities Can Do.
THE FALL OF PEKIN.
Athens the First Southern City
That Will Have the Great
Spectacular Presentation and
the first Southern City to see a
Realistic Picture of the great
est Event of the Day.
Mr, Lee Pain’s representative, was
seen yesterday morning by a reporter,
and, * Yes, it is true, I have dosed a
contract with you people, and no city
of the size of Athens ever undertook bo
gigantio a production, and further, no
city in the south ever had a more per
fect picturesque pyrotechnic spectacle
than that Mr. Pain will give in the
presentation of his ‘Fall of Pekin’ in
Mr. Pain has pictured in scenic and
pyrotechnic effects most of the great
events of history. Being Always
alert, he follows the events of the
day and is now giving within ten weeks
of the fall of Pekin an exact reproduc
tion of the most important event of the
The reporter asked Mr. Lee how many
people he thought the spectacle would
attract to Athens
“I do not know,” said Mr. Lee,
“but I believe that the railroads will
not be able to bring the people to your
carnival that want to come. The people
will realize that it is seldom that such
an opportunity is offered in cities of less
than 100,000 inhabitants,and once seen
is the greatest advertisement we can
* I believe 5,000 strangers to see
the spectacle nightly is a small es
timate, and with the other drawing
features of your carniyal yon ought
to have ten to twelve thousand visitors
One of the lines today issued the rate*
and all will follow. The announcement
of the great attractions will be made
Monday, and literature will be distribu
ted next woek in all the surrounding
THE BATTLE OF FLOWERS.
The ladies are enthusiastic and it is
safe to say there will be fifty floats in
the parade, and the handsmoest floats
and loveliest women ever seen in
Qeorgia. The question is being dis
cussed and who will ne queen is the
The following telegram was received
from Syracuse, N. Y.:
M. G. Michael.
Pres. Athens Carnival.
Pain’s production of
his great spectacular production wit
nessed last night by 10,000 people
created quite a sensation and one of
the best of all his production. Congrat
ulate your city on securing it for your
COLDSTEEL OR DEATH.
“There is but one small chance to save
your life and that is through an opera
tion,” was the awful prospect set before
Mrs. L B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge, Wii.
by her doctor after vainly trying to cure
her of a frightful case of stomach trou
ble and yellew jaundice. He din’t count
on the marvellous power of Electric Bit*
ters to cure Stomach and Liver troubles,
but she heard of it. took seven bottles,
was wholly cured, avoided surgeon’s
knife, now weighs more and feels bet
ter than ever. It’s positively guaran
teed to cure Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles and never disappoints. Price
50 cents at Winder Drug Cos.
Nice Home For Sale at
A two story nine room modern house,
cellar, garret, closets etc. Fine orch
ards of select fruit 40 acres of select land
L. F. & T. P. Jackson, Auburn, Ga.
In Memery of
God in his wisdom has seen fit to take
from us our dear grandmother (Mrs.
Eliza Randolph) who was seized with
La Grippe May Ist, and died May 39th (
1900. She was confined to her bed one
month, and suffered untold agony. She
never once murmured or complained (
but bore her suffering with the greatest
of patience; rejoicing in the thought
that she would soon go to her heavenly
home and there meet her dear hus
band and other loved ones gone be
We can never erase from onr memory
the expression and sweet smiles on her
face the eve she died. Poor grandma
tried so nard to talk the last hours
of her life, but she could only
smile and nod her head.
We imagined she could have told of
some grand scenes, if Ghe had only been
able. She was born March 12th, 1816
and was married to H. J. Randolph,
Dec. 23, 1886. She died in her eighty
fifth year and was as pert as could be
until she was taken sick, and she
wc uld have her fun all during her sick
She was free to speak and express her
opinions, put a woman never had more
friends than she;those who knew her best
loved her most. She was said to be the
mother of Zion Baptist church, and was
the last charter member. The pastor
and members never lacked for any ser
vice she oonld render. Meeting days
always found her in her pew.
She It aves three children and a host
of grand children and great grandchild
ren to mourn her loss; some were pres
ent to witness her death while others
were in a distant land.
Grandma is not dead but asleep in
Jesus. She said not grieve for her bat
it is so sad to give np your only grand
mother and know that yon can never
visit her more on this earth; bot we
have the evidence that if we live as we
should, we will meet her in a brighter
world than this. We fancy we can see
her at the pearly gates, beckoning to her
loved ones come op higher.
Dear friends and relatives let us ever
heea the kind admonition she gave, and
onr dear Lord will lake us home to glory |
when the death summon comes.
Lizzie and Cammie Bridges.
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 scaroe, 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 bd with
headaches and other aches. You only
need a few doses of Green’s Angnst
Flower, in lignid form, to make you
satisfied there is nothing serious the
matter with you. Sample bottles at
Winder Drug Cos.
Saturday and Sunday
Excursions to Atlanta
OVER SEABOARD AIR LINE
Commencing Saturday, July 28, and
on Saturdays and Sundays thereafter
until September 80, 1900, inclusive, you
are authorized to sell round trip tickets
to Atlanta, Ga., for trains of Saturday
and morning trains of Sunday at fol
Dacula, |1.22 Winder, $1.66
Auburn, 1.36 Statham, 1.79
Carl, 1.88 Bogart, 191
Limit tickets Monday following date
of sale. L. S. Allen. G. P. A.
DOES IT PAY TO BUY CHEAP?
A cheap remedy for coughs sad colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure the more se
vere and dangerons results of throat and
lung troubles. What shall you do? Go
to a warmer and more regular climate?
Yes, if poesiple; 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
stimulates the 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,
A Letter From
Monroe I. TANARUS., Sep. Ist 1900.
Dear Sir:—Thinking that, perhaps,
some would read with interest what I
have to say of this country, 1 give a few
lines. I arrived here from Tex Aug.
29th, and spent one day at the Wood.
man and America picnic, at Home
I saw many things that were new to
me. There were many Indians both
men and womeu and the amusements of
varions kinds were interesting. I visit
ed the coal mines located at Home. And
to say that it was the grandest sight 1
evor saw, would not be far from the
I saw a hundred coke ovens red hot at
one time. This is where the coal is
burned 3 or 4 days till all the oil is con
sumed and the coal is light—this coal
is calif and ooke and it sells for $28.00 a
ton. It is used only to cook with and
run fine machinery.
This section belongs to the Chooktaw
tribe of Indians They are dark and
don’t look at all like white people. I
saw some associating with white girls
at the picnic,and it looked like what I’ve
heard n lined sooial equality,
This section is awfully rough. From
Paris Tex. to Wester I. T. is nothing
but a range of mountains audit is the
most desolate lookiug countries I ever
saw. We would often run 20 miles with
out a stop, and wheu we did, there was
nothing to stop for. Some of the towns
are nice places, but as a rule they are
poorly arranged and the bnildings are
The people are kind and hospitable
but their dwellings are shabby from the
fact that they cannot afford to build
well for none own land exoept in incor
porated towns. There are no public
schools for whites.
Crops are short, it has been very dry
here all the year. I don’t see anything
to indace one to oome here for a perma
nent home. The water is very sorry—
no better than the well or tank water
of Tex. There is a strata of ooal run
ning through the earth everywhere and
this causes the water to be awful, some
will do to drink but its not like Georgia
I am told that there are many deerj and
bears in the most desolate regions. The
good people have promised to give me
an iutroduction to deer and bear meat
before I leave; I shall be pleased to form
such an acquaintance.
For novelty this country leads Tex.
two to one, but for society, school*,
churches and all public enterprises Tex.
is far in advance.
My school opened yesterday with a
fair attendance, I think it will be a good
school. There are some here who are
well up musically. There has been three
or four normals taught here. They pay
me a salery for teaching school, so if it
should fail in members it will not affect
me. My school in Texas was a grand
Well, I guess I’ve said enough.
With best wishes for your success I
am still in the middle of the road.
Jcdson L. Moore.
A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER
Will often oaose a horrible Burn,Scald
Cut or bruise, Buckleu’s Arnica Salve,
the best in the world, will kill the pain
and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores,
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns,
all Skin Eruptions Best pile cure on
earth. Only 25 cts. a box. Cure guar
anteed. Sold by Winder Drug Cos.
Notice to Farmers.
Jefferson, Ga., Sept 4th, 1900.
Pursuant to oall, 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, at
10 o’clock and every farmer and others
that are interested in better prices for
cotton are cordially invited to come out
and join us, J. W. Lord, President.
The One Day Cold Cure.
Cold in head and sore throat cured by Ker
mott s Chocolate* Laxative Quinine. As easy to
take as candy. “Children cry for them."