THE JACKSON ECONOMIST.
J. T. STRANGE & COMPANY,
i WINDER GEORGIA.
The Great DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, and SHOE House.
pe grand success of our methods has stirred a host of imitators.
1 All we Have to
our PRICKS with those
Cfted t" y" u > 8° a Bte P farther,
Kr sample of anything ' flared in
„th*r B to re in this section
andI D d compare the quality and
■ nc,, with our offerings of the
EJ character. And remember
t article purchased from us not
Cgnd as represented, is returnable
EthmeiiHV refunded, if not i-
Lrelysaii?freform and better value*
1 Q ur powder ami shot consist of prices that average from
j ls to 25 per cent below those of our-uouid-be com-
Lfitois with the result tint our large standing army of eiis-
j loners is cor stoutly increasing and is always ready to defend
the reputation we have achieved us the leading house in this
r You will find in charge of this department Hrs. Evangeline Brown and Hiss Roxie
Millinery Department! Ethridge, and a full corps of their cooperatives ready to serve you.
Hats from io cents to $25.00. Give us a call before placing your orders.
Yours for Business,
j -p 8c COMPANY.
■ SOUND SENSE FROM
I Mr. STEELE.
I Solid Reasons Why Roundlap
I Bales Arii Worth Mo r a
I Tnan 1 quare Bales
I Mr. J. H. \V. Steele, Secretary of the
I Texas Standard Bale Compress Associ
I itior, in a letter written to the Wst
I Times, Jnne 30, <ays: “L°t me s y a
plain word to the plain people: For the
lame reason that y<u pay more for a
pood coat than yon would for a ragged
nd slet zv one. so will the English and
German spinner pay yon more for a
Ben*, dense, woll-covered bale than he
Will for wh e is left, of an unsightly bag,
Which has lost half its value by wet,
Waste, pilfery and dirt.”
For exvctlv this reason sninners pay
niore for Rontidiap than for square bales
o f any siz 3 whatever. It is precisely
because Roundlap bales are'V eat, dense,
well covered,” protected agaiust fire,
moisture, waste, theft and damage, that
th-y are worth more to spiutiers than
B| i ''unsightly” spuare ‘‘bag which has
lust half its value by wet, waste, pilfery
sud nirt.” It is precisely for this rea
lm, rlso, an l because of tne savings
made in the wrappiug, the haudbug
and shipment of Roundlap bales that
hirers are able to and do pay lor them
a premium above the value of square
bales sufficient to pay the bailing charge
a 'id leave the owner a substantial profit
A NIGHT OF TERROR.
“Awful anxiety was felt for the wid
ow of the brave General Burham of
-'lactuas, Mo., when the doctors said
eculrt "ot live till morning” writes
S. H Lincoln, who attended her
hint fearful night. ‘AH thought she
■Hast soon die from Pneumonia, but
s ne Oegged tor Dr. Ring’s New Discov
ery. saying it had more than once saved
her Uq, and had cund her of Cousump
tion. After three small doses she slept
easily nil night, and its further use com
pletely curb'd her.” This marvelous
medicine is guaranteed to cure aii
Throat, Chest and Lung Diseases Only
-S and f 1.00 Trial bottle f'ee at
M, B. hin--u.
TANARUS, F. & P. A.,
A rousing campaign yea*
Keep abreast of affairs by su
now. W<Pll gi J a tbo uews -
WINObR, JACKSON COoNl'i. UfcOkGA, IHLkSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, lyoo.
One of These Old Time Southern
Gatherings and two Weeks
Sport, as can only be Seen
In Dixie Land.
There is to be a novel and unique gath
,,ri„ K 0 f ladies and gentlemen from all
over ! the Union, at a point near Pine
b'uff. Noith Carolina, on November 12,
to 24th. The gathering is for the pur
i>o'6 of witnessing and participating
with Southern ladies an t gentlemen in
some of the old time sports One of the
principal features will be lx hun-iug
in the olden time style. There will be
more than oue hundred full blooded
Southern fox hounds in the chases, and
representative huntsmen from all over
the Union will'be preseut and a delega
tion from England. Amoiifi the gen
tlemen most interested in ttfis great
sporting carnival are leading cotton
manufacturers and basmess men bom
the Catawba section of North and South
Carolina, who have spent Thous unis of
Dollars in breeding the best running
dogs. Their co operation alone guaran
tees that the hunt will be the most im
portant and interesting ever held iu the
There are thousands of acres of un
broken pine woods to hunt over, with
smooth rolling hills and no swamps. It
is the best fox hunting ground in Amer
ica. The location near Pinebluff, N. C ,
is a good one on account of the splendid
accommodation that can be had at the
many fine boardinghouses at Pinebluff,
Third is a Winter Resort, built np by
r h people fVom the North. It is also
the celebrated Wmter Risorts
Southern Pines and Pmehurst, that
ha?e accommodation for thonsonds of
visitors There will be many ainuung
J ,n es such as barbecue dinners.
‘ ’possum” suppers, negro jubilee sing_
rLsine cake walks and many
amusin o, games of olden times, that can
only be seen in the land of cotton and
// The public are invited to be
present and participate m or ’ witness
The sports and enjoy the i un. Ihe more
th Toenable those from the North to
attend at reduced rates, -.rrangemanU
have been made so persons can buy.
anv date after November Ist, tickets
from all oupon stations to southern
Pines and return, good to return any
Sup to June Ist. 1901 I‘rom bouth
ern PTnes it costs only tweuty.five cents
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 out* broad guage guar
antee and money ba k if you want it.
Every department is brim
full of choice merchant
dise with no advance in
We are today eel ling you goods as
cheap as you bought them when
you soid cotton for 5 cents
We have decided to make a change, both in our firm and business.
And to meet our purpose out- house will imve to be repaired and enlarged.
For these and other reason, vee want to close n„t oar entire stock of Merch.nd..-. In order to R *t
these g'.ods out of our way, WE Wild, OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK FOR THE NEX I* 00 DAYS At
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
We are anxious to close 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 SI.CO pair for $1.25, Will sell
a No. 1 whole stock Brogan worth
$1,35 for $1.17, Smiths best No. I
Kip ties for $1.20 and all others in
We are making the same reduc
tion on Hats. *
FLANIGAN & ALLEN.
* " ‘ GEORGrA
Honey To Loan.
I am now in a position to lend money
m better terms th in ever heard of be
fore. I have an unlimited amount of
m mey to lend on Ten (10) years time
with the privilege of paying the whrJe
or an - part of principle at any time
Call on me at No. 17 Clayton Street,
Athens, Ga. and I will be glad to ao
c jmraodate you. C. C. Chandler.
It makes no difference wlmt other people may tell you
about pulling you and at what prices if you consult your own
interest, you will si e what we are offering ns wo cannot ami
will not he undersold. We pi Me 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, &c. that we
are offering very cheap.
Remember we are not offering
shabby goods, but first class mer
chandise to close out. and remem
ber also that these bargains will
not last very long.
Come early before the stock gets
100 badly broken, and some of these
All persons are notified not to fish
hunt or trespass on my land in Ben
Smith’s district, Gwennett. county Geor
gia, under penalty of the law.
B R.D, McDonald
The decorations will be on an elabo
rate scale at the Confederate Veterans
Reunion in Augusta, Ga., November
14tb, 15th and 16th. Take the Seaboard
Air Line Railway. v: ™
Wri will undersell and do under
sell auv house in this section, lo
calise 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 slwavs win
ill the battle of competition, be
cause we aim not to destroy, but to
build up the business of our cu.to
mer*. and we never miss th target.
We have n 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 havo 600 lbs. “F and A
Loader” Tobacco to close out at
30 cts. worth 35 cts. Will sell you
Thedford’s Black Draught 13 cte.
Ail persons are warned not to hunt,
fish or trespass in any way on our lauds
in Houses district, Jackson county Ga
John B. McE roy, W. Z. Hill, X. HU
Patton, .J. L. M. Gunnin, Jam;* H.
Wright, J. M. Jackson.
Cure Co'd fn Head.
Kermott's Chocolates Laxative fhiinlnr. exsy
to take and quick to cu s-old in head and sow