THE JACKSON ECONOHITs.
KEEP A LOOKING.
Our Advertisement will come Next Week.
We are working; our entire force day and night, selling the
Cheapest Merchandise ever brought to this section,
And When You Yisit Our Store You Will Find These Ladies and Gentlemen Heady to Wait on You:
Silts and Foreign Dress Goods Department,
J. J. Smith and J. W. Millsaps.
Wraps and Domestic Dress Goods Department,
J. T. Strange and E. L. McDaniel
Miss Roxie Ethridge and Emory House.
Q. G. Robinson, John Millsaps and Joe Smith.
E. L. HcDaniel and M. J. Griffith.
Farmers, Ginners and the Amer
ican Cotton Cos., Share
Cei taia Southern papers are publish
i g articles de&igued to preiijudice
against the rorulap bale those who do
not know T thei 1 oivg.u or pu' pose. They
a-e pa and for by the square ba’e compress
associations whose interest is, not that
the farmer’s cotton shall be ba ] ed in the
way that will biiug him the most mon
ey, but that it sha’l be put up in bales
that will have to be compressed. Ihe
pec ole of the South are not to be caught
with such ch~ff. The favor with wh ch
the rouudlap bate is received wherever
it has heen introduced is due to its
merit alone, and to the fact that the
producer receives more money for his
cotton in this form than in : ny other
p ckage. He will cont’uue to use the
ro.mdlap bale so long as he finds it prof
itable, and no longer.
The interests of the f„rmer, the
g uuer and the American Cotton Com
pany are identical.
The farmer has his cotton put in
roundlap bales because the savings
wldch accrue in the ; r marketing enable
the buyer to pay h n a premium suffi
cient to pay the ba’ijg charge and leave
l-’m a subs tan tie 1 orofit besides.
Mu.h as compressmen would like to
have farmers believe otherwise, the
A ueric u Cotton Company has no pur
pose further than to secure for itself
a f r shore of these savings. Its inter
est lies in enab'ing the presses whioh
it builds to bale as much of the South
era cotton crop as possible. Jn order to
hisu-e this result it is essential that cot
ton growers find profit in the use of
these presses, or they would not patron
ize them. To this end, and in order
that the full savings of which roundlap
hales are capable might be realized, the
American Cotton Company became a
buyer of roundlap bales, paying for them
a premium above the market va’ue of
Yours for business,
J. T. STRANGE & COITPANY.
Leaders in Style, Regulator and Controller of Low ’ P™**-
WINDER, JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1900.
square bales. Thus the rental which
the company charges for the use of its
pressei by ginners who prefer le se or
purchase, is paid by ueither the farmer
nor the giuner, but by the cot on buyer
(whether the American Cotton Company
or some other) and it 13 paid out of the
Beyond insuring that cotton in round
lap bales shall in all cases sell for the
premium to which it is entitled and
which is paid for it at the ir.ills, the
company does not go. Its cotton agree
ment docs not require that a single bale
of cotton be sold to the American Cotton
Company. Ginners are free to buy or
lease presses, and every round’ap bale,
with ail of itsadv ntages, <\ nbe bought
in open competition by any responsible
buyer and handled through to the mills,
with all of the resultant savings, but
w r herever the ordiua y cotton buyer de
clines to purchase rouad'ap bales on this
basis the American Cotton Cos. stands
pledged to buy them.
The farmer who patronizes a roundlap
gin plant may retail as complete con
trol over h ; s cotton as if he took it to an
old- style ginhouae. If he does not wish
to sell his cotton he can have it custom
ginned and keep his roundlap bales un
til snch time as he is ready to dispose of
them, with the assurance that they are
always salable at the full market value
of the cotton, plus an in Teased price be
cause it is in round’ap bales. If he likes
he can arrange with the rounn'ap gin
uer to ship his cotton to the American
Cotton Company to be held for him and,
under all ordinary circumstances, draw
against it to 80 per cent, of if val
ue. The Ame-ican Cotton Company
has in this way largely assisted those
who desired to hold their cotton. It
makes no commission charge for such
VOPKNIG NIGHT AND DAY.
Tne busiest and nrghtiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King’s New
I *e P'h’s. Every pill is a sugar-coated
globr’e of health, that changes weak
ness into strength, listlessness into en
er r, brain-fag into mental power.
They’er wonderful in building up
the health. Only 25 per box. Sold by
Winder Drug,|;Co. * .. -
A Card of Thanks.
We extend to our kind neighbors and
friends our heart felt thanks for tlieir
kind aid and assistance in the sickness
and death of our beloved son, John Em
Father, Mother, Sisters and Bros.
May we be true aud faithful to each
oLher and may we live in love. May
the Lord bless and keep us. Ma * the
Lord be gracious unto us. and may all
our good intentions be crowned with
success. The Lord gave and hath taken
away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.
May we die the death of the righteous,
and may our last end be like his. God
is our God forever and forever, he will
be our guide even unto death. Almigh
ty Father, into thy hands we comm it
soul of our Departed son.
EDITOR’S AWFUL PLIGHT.
F. M. Higglus, Editor Seneca, (Ills.,)
News, was pffl'Ci.d witft Files that no
doctor or rim dy helped until lie 1 ied
Euch’ea’s A- nioa Salve. He writes two
Loses who’y cured hi ' It’s the* c.t
rvc on ea ih n and the best salve m
the world. Core guaranteed. O. ’y 25
c:nt -. Sold by Winder Drug Cos.
"7 Notice to Veteran.
The Confederate Veterans of Camp
Wright, No. 1124 are requested to meet
in W tkinsville Saturday before the
md Sun ’.ay in October, for the pur
pose of arrangeing to go to the second
reunion of the Georgia Division United
Conferance Veterans. To be held in
ihe City of Augusta Ga, on the 14th, 15th
aud 16th of Nov. next. All old Vet.
and sons of Vets, in Oconee county are
requested to meet with us.
G. E. Griffeth,
Poisonous toadstools resembling mush
rooms have cauced frequent deaths this
year. Bs sure to use only the genuine.
Observe the same care when you ask
for DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. There
are poisonous counterfeits. DeWitt’s is
the only original Witch JJazel Salve. It
i a safe and certain cure for piles and
a n skin diseases G. W. DeLaPerriere
Gents’ Furnishing Department,
George Robinson and Eli McDaniel.
Jim Griffith and Tom Strange.
Mrs. Evangeline Brown and Miss Roxie Ethridge.
Book Keeper, L. A House.
Cashier, E. S. House.
Cotton Buyer, T. C. Dunn.
ELECTRIC TOWER AT THE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION. "
Copyright, 1900, by the Pan-American Exposition Cos.
The dignified aud stately beauty of the great Electric Tower, which will
form the conspicuous centerpiece of the Pan-American Exposition at Buffalo
May 1 to Nov. 1, 1901, will command the rapt admiration of every visitor. The
entire exterior of the 350 foot high tower will be studded with electric lights.
BRAVE MEN FALL
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles as well as women, and all feel
the resr’ts in loss of appetite, poisons in
the blood, backache, nervousness, head
ache and t‘ ed, listless, run-down feel
iug. Bat there’s no need to feel Ike
that. L sten to J. W. Gardner, Id'vlle
lud. He says: “E ectric Bitiers a■
just the tbinj 'o : aa : ei he is all
run down, and don’t care wnether he
lives or dies. It d’d more to give me
new strength aud good appetite than
anything I con’d tae. I can now eat
anything and have anew lease on li‘e.
Only 50 cent \ at. Winder D.jg, Cos.
Every bottle guaranteed.
A L*~E /NOD2ATH FIGHT.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, la.,
w. Iting or ais *-'most miarcaloasescape
from deatn. Bays: “Exposure after meas
les indue sr :o < I’’ng trouble, wbicn
ended i.i Con jmptior I had frequent
homor and Di^ht, and
da*. *'l my said I must soon
d ; e. ’l'heu I began to use Dr. King’s
New D* ooveiy for Consumption, which
comple ely cured me. I would not be
without it even i f it c;st fo.OO a bottle.
Hundreds h-ve used it on my recom
mendation and all say it never fails to
erne TiiiOat, Chest aud Lung troubles.”
Regular size 50c a id |J,OO, Inal bottle
free at Winder D uj, Cos., rr „ . -