THE JACKSON ECONOniST.
J. T. STRANGE & COMPANY,
The Great DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, and SHOE House.
The grand success of our methods has stirred a host of imit
All we Have to Say
is compare our PRICES with those
quoted to you, go a step further,
get a sample of anything offered in
any other store in this section
and compare the quality and
price, with our offerings of the
same character. And remember
any article purchased from us not
found as represented,is returnable
with money refunded, if not en
tirely satisfrctory and better values
Our powder and shot consist of prices that average from
15 to 25 per cent below those of our-would*be com
petitors with the result that our large standing army of cus
tomers is constantly increasing and is always ready to defend
the reputation we have achieved as the leading house in this
Milli You will find in chargfe of this department Hrs. Evangeline Rrown and Hiss Roxie
millinery LJepcirilllClll Ethridge, and a full corps of their cooperatives ready to serve you.
ats from io cents to $25.00, Give us a call before placing your orders.
Yours for Business,
J. T. STRANGE; & COMPANY.
TWELVE MONTHS SUPPORT.
Georgia, Jackson County,
Whereas, the appraisers appointed to
appraise and set apart a twelve months
support to Mrs. Ann Perry and her
minor chiidren, out of the estate of P.
O Perry, deceased, have filed their re
turn and reoort. This is to notify heirs
and creditors to show causo, if aDy they
can, why au order should not be grated,
setting apart the property assigned by
the appraisers .as a twelve months sup
port, on the first Monday in November
1900. Given under my hand and offi
cial signature, this Bth day of October,
1900. L V. Bradbury,
Ordinary Jackson County.
T w EL V E MON IHS bU rPOR i.
Georgia, Jacksuu County.
Whereas, the appraisers appointed to
appraise and set apart a twelve mouths
support to Mrs. Sarah Kenny and her
minor children, out of the estate of S.
G, Kenny, late of said county, deceased,
nave filed their return and report. This
is to notify heirs and creditors to show
cause, if any they can, why aD order
should not be granted, setting apart a
twelve months support, on the first
Monday in November, 1900. Given un
der my hand and official signature, this
the Bth day of October, 1900.
L Y. Bradbury,
Ordinary Jackson County.
Whereas, James A. Porterfisld has
filed his petition requiring Mrs, E. b.
Holland as executrix and W. L. Ander
son as executor of the will of James H.
Holland to execute to him titles to a cer
tain parcel of land situated in Jack3on
County, adjoining lands of W. R. Hag
gard, J. M. Lord and C. W. Hood, about
two miles from Harmony Grove, on
Danielsville and Harmony Grove road,
Containing eighty acros more or less—
(lfcacribed in bond for title made by
said deceas-d to applicant August 25th,
This is to notify the heirs of said
James H. Holland, deceased, that said
application will be passed upon in my
office the first Monday in November,
1900. This October Ist, 1900.
L. Y. Bradbub*,
Ordinary Jackson county.
The One Day Cold Cure.
For colds and sorethroat use Kermott's Choco
lates Laxative Quinine. Easily taken as candy
and quickly cure.
WINDER, JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25,1900.
Motive; Money Not
In the absurd publications with which
compress owners fill certain Southern
papers they fail to inform'the public
that their motive is not pnilanthropy
but dollars. Long accustomed to make
big profits out of the necessity of reduc
ing the old bale’s a’ze by a second com
pression, they had come to believe that
cotton is grown in order that it may be
compressed. The farmer, however, does
not labour sarly and late merely to pro
vide a fat living for a privileged class.
Hj sells his cotton to the man who will
give him the most money, and he has it
baled in the way it cost him the least.
11 he is within ream* 01 a Rouuuuvp Date
plant, he hauls his cotton there because
he knows that braving it putin Round
lap bales the burlap covering used will
cost him about 50 cents per bale less than
bagging and ties, and that his cotton,
not needing to be recompressed, will sell
for a premium more than sufficient to
pay the bailing charge. He knows, too,
that if the tire? should ever come when
it will not pay mm to have his cotton
put up in Roundlap bales he can have
it baled iu lome other way that will pay
The Big Lion.
Don’t fail to see Romeo, the largest
lion in captivity and Mary, the smallest
baby elephant ever on exhibition. They
are to be seen with Sparks’ big 25 cent
Snows et Winder, Oct. 27ih.
The Nashville. Chattanooga &
St. Lewis Railway,
Western & Atlantic Railroad.
Is the shortest, quickest and best route
to all points West, North and North
West. Eor cheapest rates, time table,
maps and other information write
J. L. Edmondson,
Southeastern, P. A.,
No. 1 North Pryor Sr., Atlanta, Ga.
Values Count, Services Count, Careful attention to
Customers count, Promises fulfilled count.
Fresh, New, Stylish, Fashionable count, and we
sell no other.
These are the reasons why our Business
is so famous in this section.
Every purchase is backed by our broad guage guar
antee and money back if you want it.
Every department is brim
full of choice merchan
dise with no advance in
We are today selling you goods as
cheap as you bought them when
you &old cotton for 5 cents.
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We have decided to make a change, both incur firm and business.
And to meet bur purpose our'house will have to he repaired and enlarged.
For those and other reasons we want to close out our entire stock of Merchandise, In ordetto get
these goods out of our way, WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK FOR THE NEXT CO DAYS AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
We arc anxious to dose out and can save you some money.
We have $1,500 worth of Shoes
—Men’s, Women’s and Children’s
to sell cheap. We will sell you a
fiine pair of $3 00 Shoes for $2.50,
or a $1.50 pair for $1.25, Will sell
a No. 1 whole stock Brogan worth
$1,35 for $1.17, Smiths best No. 1
Kip ties for $1.20 and all others in
We are making the same reduc
tion on Hats.
FLANIGAN & ALLEN.
Honey To Loan.
I am now in a position to lend money
in better terms than ev6r heard of be
fore. I have an unlimited amount 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
cjmmodafee you C. C. Chandler.
It makes no difference what other people may tell you
about selling you and at what prices, if you consult your own
interest, you will see what we are offering as w'e cannot and
will not be undersold. We pride ourselves on our Millinery
department which is complete in every sense of the
We have a large stock of Dry
Goods, Calicos, Dress Goods, Trim
mings, Laces. Ribbons, &e. that we
are offering very cheap.
Remember we are not offering
shabby goods, but first class mer
chandise to close out. and remem*
her elso that thee-, bargains will
not lust very long.
Come esrly before the stock gets
too badly broken, and some of these
All persons are notified not to fish
hunt or trespass on my land iu Ben
Smith’s district, Gwennett county Geor
gia, under penalty of the law.
R D, McDonald
The decorations ,wdi he on an elabo
rate scale at the Confederate Veterans
Reunion in Augusta, Ga., November
14th, 15th and 16th. Take the Seaboard
Air Line Railway.
We will undersell and do under
sell any house in this section, be
cause we buy in large quantities
from the manufacturer and take
advantage of cash discounts.
We are at the seat of commer
cial war all the time with way
down prices for desirable goods our
only ammunition. We always win
in the battle of competition, be
cause we aim not to destroy, but to
build up the business of our custo
mers, and we never miss the target.
We have a lot of Pants to close
out very cheap—will sell you a
$1,50 pair of pants for $1.15.
We recently got in a full line of
Crockery and Tinware, all of it
must go at reduced prices.
We have GOO lbs. “F and A
Loader’' Tobacco to close out at
30 cts. worth 35 cte. Will sell you
Thedford’s Black Draught 13 cts.
Ail persons art) warned not to hunt,
fish or trespass in any way on our lands
in Houses district, Jackson county (+a
John B. McElroy, W. Z, Hill, S. H.
Patton, j. L. M. Ganuiu, James LL
Wright, J. M. Jackson.
Cure Cold in Head.
Kennott’s Chocolates Laxative Quinine, easy
to take and quick to cure cold in head and sore