THE JACKSON ECONOiTIST.
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. JAnd 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 coe stantly increasing and is always ready to defend
the reputation we have achieved as the leading house in this
Mill inprv rtmpntf You will find in charge of this department Hrs. Evangeline IJrown and fliss Roxie
iTllll incry LJcpctXllllClll. 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. 1. STRANGE & COMPANY.
Georgia, Jacksou County. §SsTv.
To whom it may conceru: All per
sons interested are hereby notified that,
if no good cause be shown to the con
trary, an order will be grunted by*the
undersigned, on the 22 day of Decem
ber 1900, establishing the following
new roads, as marked out by the road
commissioners appointed for that pur
pose and reported to be of public utility.
No. 1 Beginning at the forks of the
road above J. C. Williamson’s and run
ning through the woods to the Athens
and Jefferson road, through the lands
of J. C* Williamson, L O. Martin, R.
H. Elrod and E. D. W’helchel, at Berry
McCleskey’s, < Col.
No. 2. Beginning at the forks oi the
road at the residence of Mr. Cairiugton,
deceased, and running by J. B. King’s,
W. A. Cambers’ to W. P. Chandler’s,
Mis Alexander’s and others and inter
secting the new road from Athens, Ga.,
just above James Streetman’s residence
or Joe Alexander’s. fwTtf-
No. 3. Beginning in front of the res
idence of E. AI. Cox, running thence
practically along the line run by T. P.
Stanley surveyor, and marked out by
stakes to the new road leaning from
Athens to the Jaeksou county line.
No. 4. Beginning near the Dry
Pond School House and running to the
Jefferson and Maysville road above
No. 5. Beginning at J. V. Alexan
der’s in 242d district G. M., of said
county, discontinuing the old road at
tie first fork of the old road and estab
lishing anew road running thence in
an easterly direction through the laud
of Mrs. N. E. Betts and Miss Fannie
Hunter, and intersecting the red stone
road at the residence of Wm. Ham
No. 6 Beginning at L. 13. Prickett’s,
455th district G. M. of said county,
wkeie the Gainesville road intersects the
Hogmountain road and running South
through Caloway and Head, running on
said line and thence on the line be
tween F. P. Henry and W. W. Han
cock, thence on the lino between Br.
Underwcod and Mrs. Nnnn’s place, in
tersecting the Jefferson and Clarksville
read near F. C. Evans’ store in the old
road rout. S£T- t* * i*- 4 *
No. 7. Beginning on the Harmony
Drove and Jefferson read near the resi
dence of Geo. L. Martin and following
the location of the present road over the
lands of Geo. L. Alartiu, Hei.ry E.
Hardman, J. W. Minish, Airs. E. E.
Park, E. W. P. Richie and.S. W. Jack
son and by said Jackson’s Mil!, connect
ing with and ending at the Harmony
Drove and Jefferson road near said
No. 8. Beginning at tho top c.
hill on the Bethlehem and Hogmouu-
WINDER, JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1900.
taiu road East of Barbers creek, discon
tinuing one prong of the Hogmountain
and Bethlehem read leading from the
top of said hill to the Athens road one
half mile below Stathain, following the
old road through the lands of Airs. Al.
A. Wood and Jack Jackson to the G. C
&N. R. R.; thence down the R. R. to
the present crossing leading to or inter
sectiug the Athens road.
No. 9. Beginning at the Bill Phill
ips place in said couuty and running m
a due South direction and by the resi
dences and through the lands of W. P.
Phillips, G. Edwards, W. P DeLaPer
riere, L. F. Bell and Mrs. Willingham,
and intersecting the Hogmountain and
Winder road about V 4 ' of a mile East of
L. F. Sell’s.
No. 10. Cnauge in the Jefferson and
Claaksville road. Beginning at the Ap
pie Valley road, running due East iu
said road for about 300 yards, leaving
said road to the left, intersecting the J
Al. Wilhite and T. J. Alorrison road
I and continuing therein about 350 yards,
continuing therein and intersecting the
present old road bed at T J. Alorrisou’s
in Harrisburg district.
No 11. Change iu the Winder and
Hoschton road in the 243d district G.
Al. Beginniug near the White burying
ground, leaving the present road bed to
left on the old road bed about twenty or
25 yards into the open field of F L
Sims in said district, through the lands
of the said F. L. Sims and W. S. Sims;
thence curving slightly to the left
crossing the present road bed, runniug
South Easterly direction between the
field and woodland to the South East
corner of the field on into the woods
about 200 or 300 yards in the same
course; thence curving slightly to the
right, running Sonth and intersecting
the present road bed on top of what is
known as Pea Ridge.
The above roads and changes? marked
out and reported to be of public utility
by the Road Commissioners of said Dis
tricts. L. Y. BuadbukYj
Ordinary Jackson County,
Nov 19th, 1900.
Land For Sale.
I will sell at Jefferson on first Tues
day in December, one lot of land con
taining 41 acreß, adjoining lot No. 1 of
F. M. Holliday land, which is to be sold
on that day, and one lot of 41 acres ad
joining lot No. 2of Holliday mud. 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
want to ouy them. They are both de
sirable •small tracts of land. Terms
made kn wr at J ff r. on on first Tues-
Dtc-.i.A r 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,
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 sold cotton for 5 cents.
The entry into womanhood is a
critical time tor a girl. Little men
strual disorders started at that time soon
grow into fatal complications. That
female troubles are filling graveyards
proves this. Wine of Cardui estab
lishes a painless and natural menstrual
flow. When once this important func
tion is started right, a healthy life will
usually follow. Many women, young
and old, owe their lives to Wine of
Cardui. There is nothing like it to
give women freedom from pain and to
fit young women for every duty of life.
SI.OO bottles at druggists.
Miss Della M. Strayer, Tuliy. Kan.t “I
have suffered untold pain at menstrual pe
riods for a long time, was nervous, had r.o
appetite, and lost interest in everything,
ir. fact was miserable. I have taken four
botties of Wine of Cardui, with Thedford’s
Biack-Draught, when needed, and to-day
I am entirely cured. 1 cannot express the
thanks 1 fee! for what you have done
For advice in eases requiring special direc
t,'ins, address, giving symptoms, tue laulies'
Advisory Department, The Chattanooga Med
icine Company, Chattanooga, Tenn.
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Honey To Loan.
I am now in a position to lend money
jn 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 you. C. C. Chandler.
It makes 110 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 we cannot and
will not be undersold. We pride ourselves on our Millinery
department which is complete in every sense of the
We Have Money For You.
We have The TEXAS RED
RUST PROOF SEED OATS Di
tect from thh fields of the West.
Como to see us betore you buy
your Oats and we will givoyou the
advantage of these seed at prices
that will astonish you. Come to
see us and let us show you what
we have. Dunn, Lyle & Cos.
Why don’t you cover your house with
Shingles made out of our own hard tim
I have b->st timber and up-to-date ma
chinery, and know how to saw and can
save you money.
Will sell best No. 2 Shingles, cheaper
than a board. Note what my customers
The car of Shingles bought of you are
O. K. Good as we ever handled.
.."T'T Bkdingfield Bros. & Harris,
The Shingles bought 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.
:Z W. C. Baggett & Cos.
I consider Shingles bought from you
25 per cent better than average Shingles.
0*383 J W. Sanders.
The No. 2 Shingles fit better than any
I ever put on. J. G. Cooper.
If yon need Shingles let me hear from
Mill near Statham, Ga,
J. T. Evans, Proprietor.
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All such should know that Dr. King s
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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 caeh discounts.
We are at the seat of commer
cial wnr all the time with way
down prices for desirable goods our
only ammunition. We always win
in the battle of competition, be
cause wo aim not to destroy, but to
build up the business of our custo
mers, and we never miss the target-
That’s What Farmers Made by
Using The Starkville Round
Tho Southern Farm Gazette, ofS'ark
ville, Alins., published the following
about a test made to show the relative
value of rouudlap and squaro bales:'
“The first day the rouudlap plant was
opperated was Friday October 12. The
great majority of the cotton put up on
the round bale press that day was sold
for 10.35 cents. Some of these samples
taken at random were carried to W. W.
Scales, one of the leading cotton buyers
of this section, who was asked what its
value iu the square form. He said 9.50
would be the best our market could pay.
The same samples wore taken to Stern
& Goodman, also large cotton buyers,
and they, believing it was square cotton,
made 9.50 as their best offer. This
showed a difference of 85 points, or
about $4.25 a bale. Tho next day cotton
was lower and the round bale cotton
brought 10.15 on an average, while the
same grades of square cotton brought
9.375 or points difference. We al
so weighed the wrapping on the two
kinds of bales and found 14 pounds dif
ference in favor of square bale.
“So, if a oortain amount of cotton
made in a round bales weighs 500 pounds
the same amount in a square bale would
weigh 514 pounds. The 500 pounds
round cotton at tho average price of the
two days, 10.25 cents, would bring $51.-
25. Deduct ginning $1.50, rental of
press SI.OO, and wrapping 40 cents, and
wo have a not price of S4B 35. Tho 514
pounds square cotton at its average,
9,4375 cents would bring $48.51. Deduct
ginning $1.50, price of bagging and ties
$1 00 and weighing 10 cents, and we
have net $45.91 fer tho square ootton.
This gives a difference of $2.44 uet in
favor of the roundlap bale.”
All persons indebted to th Ordinary's
Office, please come forward and settle
same at once and oblige.
L. Y. Bradbury, Ordinary.