THE JACKSON ECONOHIST.
J. T. STRANGE & COMPANY,
The Great DRY GOODS, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, and SHOE House.
The grand success of our methods has stirred a host of imitators.
All we Have to Say
jscompare our PRICES with those
quoted to you, go a stop further,
get a sample of anything offered in
any other store in this secthm
and compare the quality and
price, with our offerings of the
same character. [And remember
any article purohased*from us not
found as represented, is returnable
with money refunded, if not en
tirely saiisfrctorv and better values
Our powder and shot consist of prices tliat average from
15 to 25 per cent below those of our-wou!d-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
N\ illinp*r\7 You win find in char 2 e of this department firs. Evangeline Brown and Hiss Roxie
1 Til 1111 Id J I UUvll Ethridge, and a full corps of their cooperatives ready to serve you.
Hats Trom io cents to $25.00. Give us a call before placing your orders.
Yours for Business,
J. T. STK'ANGIi & COMPANY,
G 'or"in, Jackson County.
To whom it may concern: AH per
sons interested are hereby notified tuat,
1 no good cause be shown to the cou
t.ary, an order will be panted by the
undersigned, on tht 22 day of Decem
ber 1900, es abhshmg the following
uew roads, as marked out by the road
cou uussiouers appointed for that pur
pose and repined to be of public utility.
No. 1 Beginning at the forks of the
road above J. C Wilfiamsou’s and run
ning through the woods to the Athens
and Jefferson read, through the lands
0 ,1. C’ Williams in, L O. Me’tin, R.
H. Elrod aud E. D. Whelchel, at, B rry
McCleskev’s, v Co!)
No. 2. Beginning at the forks oa the
road at the residenceot Mr. Carrington,
deceased, and running by J. B. King’s,
W A. Caritbers’ to W. P, Chandler’s,
Mrs Alexander’s and others and'inter
secting the raw ro .and from Athens, Ga.,
just above James residence
or Joe Alexander’?.
No. 3. Beginning iu front of the res
idence of F M. Cox, rutmiug thence
practically a!o ’g the line run by T. P.
Stanley surveyor, aud marked out by
stakes to tile new road leading from
AUiens to the Jackson county line.
No 4 Beginning ne.tr the Dry
B’ud School House and running to the
Jefferson and Maysville road ab ve
Oconee chr ~ch.
No. 5. Beginning at J. V. Alexan
der’s in-242d district Cl. M., of said
county, discontinuing the old road at
tbe first fo k of the old road ?-d estab
lishing a uew road running thence iu
an easterly direction through the laud
o' Mrs. N. E. Betts and Miss Fannie
Burner, aud inter.eotiug the red stone
road at the residence of Wm. Ham
No. 6 B*ginumgatl B. Prickett’s,
455th district (4. M. of said county,
where the Gainesville road intersects the
Hogmouutaiu road aud running South
t augh Cr'oway aud Head, ruuniugon
*=iid line and thence on the line be
tween F. P. Henry and W. W. Han
cock, theuce on the line between Dr
Underwood aud Mrs. Nunn’s place, iu
t .rsecting the Jefferson and Clarksville
read near F. C. Evans’ store iu the old
No. 7. Beginuiug ou the Harmony
Drove and Jefferson road near the resi
(fence of Geo. L. Mr-tiu aud following
the location of the present road over the
lands of Geo. L. Martin, Henry E.
Hardman, J. W. Minish, Mrs. E. E.
Far’- E. W. P. Richie aud S. W. Jack
son yuci by said Jackson’s Mill, connect
ing with and ending at the Harmony
•Grove and Jefferson road near sr-id
No. 8. Beginning at the top of the
Bill on the Bethlehem aud Hogmouu-
WINDER, jaCksoN COuiSi ÜbORUiA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22. .900.
tain roa \ Eat o Barbers creek, disoon
linuing one trong of the Hogmouutaiu
and Bethlehem r ad leading from tho
top of said hill to the Athens road one
half mile below Statham, following the
old road through the lands of Mrs. M
A. Wood and Jack Jacksou to the G C
&N. R. R. ; theuce down the R. R. to
the present cro sing leading to or inter
aectiug the Atnens road.
No. 9. Beginning at the Bill Phill
ips place iu said county aud running iu
a due South direction and by the resi
dences and tb’ough the lands of W. P
Phil ips, G Elward-’, W. P DaLaPer
riere, L. F. Sell and Mrs Willingham,
and inters c ing the Hogmouutaiu and
Winder road about bj. of a mile East ot
L F. Sell’s.
No. 10. Cuange in the Jefferson aud
Claaksv die road. Beginning at the Ap
pie Valley roa I, ruuniug due East in
said road for about 300 yards, leaving
si- il rood to the left, intersecting the J
AI. Wilhite aud T. J. Morrison road
aud continuing therein about 350 yards,
1 outinnng therein and intersecting the
present old road bed at T J. Morrison’s
in Harrisburg district.
No 11 Change in the Winder aud
Hoschton road in the 2431 district G.
M Beginning nepr the White br-ying
grouud, leaving the present road bed to
left on the edd road bed about twenty or
25 ya“ds iuto the open field of F L
Sims iu said district, through the lands
of the said F. L. Sims aud W. S Sims;
theuce errving slightly to the left
crossing the present road bed, running
South Easterly drectiotf between the
field aud woodland to the South East
c uer of the fieid ou into the woods
about 200 or 300 yards iu the same
cou-se; thence cnr\lug slightly to the
right, running South end intersecting
the present road bed on top of what is
knowu as Pea Ridge
The above roads and changes marked
out and reported to be of public utility
b> the Road Commissioners of said Dis
trict?. L Y Bradbury,
Ordinary Jdoksou County,
Nov. 19th, 1900.
Land For Sale.
I will sell at Jefferson ou first Tues
day iu December, one lot of land con
taining 41 acres, adjoining lot No. 1 of
F. M. Holliday land, which is to be sold
ou that day, and one lot of 41 acres ad
joining lot No. 2 of Holliday laud. Will
sell either or both of these lots to par
ties who buy the Holliday tracts if they
desire them or to any other parties who
waut to Duy them. They are both de
sirable ;small tracts of land. Te-ms
made known at Jefferson on first Tues
day in December when the Holliday
place is sold R. J- Pentecost.
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.
■win .1 I' 1 r-ir-rr ■ ' 1 —-1 l- - n.
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 ere today selling you goods as
cheap as you bought them when
you sold cotton for 5 cents.
The cotton letters of Duun, Lyle &
Cos. or- big wi ehousemen, which have
been published drying the season most
every week in The Economist, have
been very interesting reading mitter.
Their predictions that cotton would go
higher if the farmers would hold it,
have been verified, and now those who
held it are getting ten cents.
BRAVE MEN FALL
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles as well as women, aud all feel
the results iu loss of appetite, poisousiu
the blood, backache, nervousness, head
ache and tireu, listless, run-down feel
mg. But there’s no need to feel like
that. Listen to J VV. Gardner, IdavilJe
Ind. He says: “Electric B.tters r*e
just the thing for a ra in when he is a.!
rundown, and don’t care whether he
lives or dies. It did more to give me
uew strength and good appetite than
anything I could take. I cau now eat
anything and have anew lease on life.
Only 50 cents, at. Winder Drug, Cos.
Every bottle guaranteed.
Why don’t you cover your house with
Shingles made out of our own hard lim
I have b-st timber and up-to date ma
chiuery, and know how to saw aud can
save you money.
Will sell best No. 2 Sningles, cheaper
than a board. Note what my customers
The err of Shingles bought of you are
O. K. Good as we ever handled.
Bkdinufikld Bros. <fc Harris.
The Shingles > ought of you are per
fectly satisfactory. Good as I ever saw
from South Georgia. R S- Harris.
Shingles bought of you all O. K. Not
a Single sap iu lot.
W. C. Baggett & Cos.
I consider Shingles bought from you
25 percent better than average Shingles.
J W. Sanders.
The No. 2 Shingles fit better than any
I ever put ou. J • Cx. Cooper.
If you need Shingles let me hear from
Mill near Statham, Ga,
J. T. Evans, Proprietor.
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 arc offering as we cannot and
will not be undersold, We pride ourselves on our Millinery
department which is complete in every sense of the
The Franklin Institute Awards
Three to The Roundlap
Press and Bale.
Iu giving to the roundlap baling sys
tem the Elliott Cresson gold medal, the
highest awa and iu its gift, the si 1 ver med
al, tna highest award in its gift, the
silver med ' aud diploma (the highest
award) of the Nati mrl Export Exposi
tiou, held in Phi’adelphia last year and
10 Magnus Swenson the John Scott
Legacy premium and medal for the im
proved roundlap press, the Frauk’in In
stitute of Pennsylvania hat conferred
an unusual honor upon the American
Cotton Company’s press and bale. Not
only is the American Cotton Company’s
the one exhibit out of nearly 900 to re
ceive all three awards, but its process is
the sixth invention in more tha" 50
years to receive both the John Scott and
the Elliott Cresson medals, the former
of which was established by the will of
its founder made in 1816, and the latter,
in 1848. Thau those, uo distinction be
stored by any scientific bodv in Ameri
ca is more highly regarded either iu this
country or abroad. Since their founda
tion but 161 of the John Scott and only
43 of the Elliott Cres3on medals have
MILLIONS GIVEN AWAY
It is certainly gr tifying fo the pub
lie to know o* ono concern in the
land who are not afra s d to be geuerou
to the needy and suffer ug. The pro
prietors of Dr. King’s New Discovery
or cousortiptiou, coughs and cold, have
given away over ten million trial bot
ties of this great med ; cme aud have the
satisfaction of know ug it has absolute
ly cared thousands of hopeless c: -es
Asthma. Eronc iius, ..oarseness, a id all
dise* es of the throat, chest aud lungs
,-re surely cr ed by it. CaH on Winder
Diug Cos. and get a trie’, botile free, regu
lar biz3, 50c aud |I. Guarant-ed to cure
or price reiuuced.
All persons indebted to the Ordinary's
Office, please coma lor ward and settle
same at once and oblige.
L. Y. Bradbury, Ordinary;
Wo will undersell aud 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 goodsonr
only ammunition. Wealwavswiu
in the battle of competition, be
cause wo aim not to destroy, hut to
build up the business of our custo
mers, and we never miss the target.
Big Clothing Sale.
We will make a special sale on Cloth
ing for the next 30 davs. If you need a
suit now is the time for you to see us.
No such bargains ever offered in Cloth
ing. Hodges, Cami* & Arnold.
A Double Marriage.
Last Thursday evening a double mar
riage occurred at tue home 01 Rev. A
H Holland, o f Lawrenceville. Mr. J.
A. Coffee, of Car 1 , and Miss Cora Leo
Holland and Mr. M. M. Sammons and
Miss Anna Hoduud were tho contract
ing parties. Many beautiful and cost
ly preseuts were presented to these pop
ular young people aud a largo number
of invited guests and friends were pres
eat to wiDness the union of these two
couples. Rev. H. N. Riiney, in h'<
happy aud impressive manner, per
formed the ceromouy.
RED HOT*FROM THE GUN
Was the ball that hit G. B. 6ce dman
of Newark, Mich., in the Civil W.
It caused horrible Ulcers that uo treai
meut helped (or 20 years. Then Buk
leu’s Arnica Stive cured him. Cures
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, B lib, Felons,
Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best File cure
on earth. 25 cts. a box. Cme guaran
tee! Sol i by. Winder Drug, Cos.
We Have Money For You.
We have The TEXAS RED
RUSTPROOF SEED OATS Di
tect from thh fields of tho West.
Come to see us before you buy
your Oats and we will give you the
advantage of these seed at prices
that will astonish yon. Come to
see us and let us show you what
we have. Dunn, Lyle & Cos.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for constable for the Jefferson district,
election to be held ou Ist. Saturday in
Ue ember. Resp’tly.
A. J. Watson.