THE JACKSON ECONOiTIST.
Grand - CLEARANCE - Sale?
J. T. STRANGE & COMPANY,
AAA Worth of Seasonable Merchandise
2 o,yyy_ Consisting of $25,000
DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS,
MIL LINE RY ETC.,
Must Be Disposed of by December 25th, 1900.
SWEEPING REDUCTION In Every Department Preparatory For Slock Taking. This Stock Must lie Sold Regardless of Price.
The Opportunity of Your Life to Buy Your Winter Suppty. .
No Such chance ever offered by us or any one in this
It will pay you to see us if you only want to purchase
io cents worth.
Yours for Business,
J. T. STRANGE & COMPANY.
Leaders in Style, Regulators and Controllers, of Low Prices Winder, Georgia.
Georgia, Jacksou County.
To whom it may concern: All per
sons interested are hereby notified that,
if no good cause be shown to the con
trary, an order will bo granted by the
undersigned, on the 22 day of Decem
ber 1900, establishing the following
new r 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 read, through the lands
of .!. €• Williamson, L O. Martin, R.
H. Elrod and E. D. Whelchel. at Berry
No. 2 Beginning at the forks or the
road at the residence of Mr. Carrington,
deceased, and running by J. B. King s,
W. A. Carithers’ to W. P. Chandler s,
Mrs Alexander’s and others and inter
secting the new road from Athens, Da.,
just above Janies Streetman’s residence
or Joe Alexander’s. .
No 3 Beginning in front of the res
idence of E. M. Cox, running thence
practically alcng the line run by i. P-
Stanley surveyor, and marked out by
stakes to the new road leading from
Athens to the Jacksou 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. H., of said
county, discontinuing the old road at
the first fork of the old road and estab
lishing anew road running thence in
an easterly direction through the land
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. B. Prickett’s,
455th district G. M. of said county,
where 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 line between Dr.
Underwood and Mrs. Nunn’s place, in
tersecting the Jefferson and Clarksville
road near F. C. Evans’ store in the old
road rout. ~ _
No. 7. Beginning on the Harmony
Grove and Jefferson road near the resi
dence of Geo. L. Martin and following
the location of the present road over the
lands of Geo. L. Martin, Henry E.
Hardman, J. W. Minish, Mrs. E. E.
Park, E. W. P. Richie and S. W. Jack
son and by said Jackson’s Mill, connect
ing with and ending at the Harmony
Grove and Jefferson road near said
mill , .
No. 8. Beginning at the top of the
hill on the Bethlehem and Hogmoun-
WINDER, JACKSON COUNTY, GEORGIA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1900.
tain road East of Barbers creek, disoon
tinning one prong of the Hogmountain
and Bethlehem read leading from the
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 Jackson to the G. C.
&N. R. R.; thence down the R. It. to
the present crossing leading to or inter
secting the Athens road.
No. 9. Beginning at the Bill Phill
ips place in said county and running in
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. Sell and Mrs. Willingham,
and intersecting the Hogmountain and
Winder road about %of a mile East of
L. F. Sell’s.
No. 10. Cnange in the Jefferson and
ClaaksviHe road. Beginning at the Ap
pie Valley road, running due East iu
said road for about 300 yards, leaving
said road to-fhe left, intersecting the J
M. Wilhite and T. J. Morrison road
and continuing therein about 350 yards,
continuing therein and intersecting the
present old road bed at T. J. Morrison’s
in Harrisburg district.
No 11. Change in the Winder and
Hoschton road in the 243d district G.
M. Beginning near the White burying
ground, leaving the present road bed to
left on the cld road bed about twenty or
25 yards into the open field of F. L.
Sims iu said district, through the lands
of the said F. L. Sims and W. S. Sims;
thence curving slightly to the left
crossing tho pi isent road bed, running
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 South 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. Bradbury,
Ordinary Jackson County,
Nov. 19th, 190a
We Have Money For You.
We have The TEXAS RED
RUST PROOF SEED OATS Di
rect from the fields of the est.
Come to see as before you buy
your Oats and we will give you 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,
Remember the place and
be be wise and only buy
where rainbow paper
greets your eyes.
Little Drew Willie
In last week’s Economist mention
was made of th serious illness of little
Drew Willie Maynard, the five-year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs T. A. May
nard. She lingered on until Sunday at
12 o’clock when her sweet little
soul took its flight to the beautiful
home beyond the Sbe was a
great joy an*', comfort to her parents,
and in this sad hour of gloom and sor
row to them, they have the si core
sympathy of our people.
COLD STEEL OR DEATH.
“There is but one small chance to save
your life and that is through an opera
tiou,” was the awful prospect set before
Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge, Wis.
by her doctor after vainly trying to cure
her of a frightful case of stomich trou
ble and yellow jaundice. He din’t count
on the marvellous power of Electric Bit
ters to cure Stomach and Liver troubles,
but she heard of it. took seven bottles,
was wholly cured, avoided surgeon’s
knife, now weighs more and feels bet
ter than ever. It’s positively guaran
teed to cure Stomach, Liver and Kidney
troubles and uever disappoints. Price
50 cents at Winder Drug Cos.
Tickets on sale for everybod for the
Christmas holidays, on Seaboard Air
Line Railway December 22nd, 23rd,
24th, 25th and also December 30th and
31st, 1900. and January Ist, 1901, good
until January 4th. inclusive.
Will be sold to the highest bidder for
cash, the following property at my res
idence, 2 miles West of Statham, Thurs
day December 27th: OneMule. 1 Horse,
Cows, Corn, 2 Baggies and harness, 1
Two horse wagon and harness, 1 Mow
er, 1 set Black-Smith Tools, Farming
Mrs. Fannie Hardigree.
The One Day Cold Cure.
Cold in head and sore throat cured by Ker
mott’s Chocolates Laxative Quinine. As easy to
take as candy. “Children cry for them."
Extra help employed to wait on the'trade during this
Five Hundred Dollars worth Christmas goods just
received included in this sale.
Little Grace Jackson’s
Wonderful School Record.
We venture to say thero is no little
girl in Georgia who can show a more
wonderful school record thau little
Grace Jackson of the Winder Pubic
School. She started to school when
only six years old and has been, at the
close of this week, three full terms and
has not missed a day nor has she been
tardy a single time. She has always
gotten 100 in deportment and has trav
eled about 800 miles iu going aud com
ing from school as her father lives one
and one-half miles out.
A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER
Will often cause a horrible Burn,Scald
Cut or bruise, Buckleu’s Arnica Salve,
the best in the world, will kill the pain
and promptly heal it. Cures Old Sores,
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns,
all Skin Eruptions. Be3t pile cure on
earth. Only 25 ots. a box. Cure guar
anteed. Sold by Winder Drug Cos.
New Barber Shop.
Mr. E. F. McAdams, of Virginia, has
opened up a first class Barber Shon up
stairs over J. G Puett & Cos. He can
give you a smooth shave or a fino hair
cut aud will appreciate the patronage
of Winder and thi9 section.
I have 50 or 75 bushels of good Seed
Wheat for sale. W. H. Brewer,
All persons are hereby notified not to
hunt, fish or otherwise trespass on oar
lands in Randolph’s district, Jackson
county, under the penalty of the law.
W H Bridges, Sr.. J J. Maddox, T.
S. Maddox, T. W. Bridges, Andrew
Evans, Hartwell Brown. 8. P. Higgins,
Mrs. B. J. Whitmire.
Pendergrass, Ga., Dec. ftb, 1900.
All persons indebted to the Ordinary’s
Office, please come forward and settle
same at once and oblige.
L. Y. Bradbury, Ordinary.
The following- is what a little girl
writes us from Malinda what she want*
“I want so much to see an old time,
merry Christmas in Jackson county
ouce moie. A real old fashioned Christ
mas L°t ui all throw off our troubles
and perplexities for a while aud be hap
py once more. Not only be happy our- #
selves, but say or do something to make
others happy, especially the children.
So many forget they were once children
and that childhood soou passes away.
Christmas will bring happiness and
j >y to us just in proportion as we bring
these to others with whom we come in
The little things that we may do for
others, the little remembrances, will
make the hearts of those we think of
happy and make us feel better,
Failing to do this because we cannot do
much is wrong. What may seem trif
ling and insignificant to you, may make
some little innocent sing your praises
all tho day long. Without this little
3 oken this same little innocent might
pass the day without a note of happi
ness or pleasure. I would like to see us
not forgot the Christmas traditions and
what we should do to bring sunshine
and pleasure to every one in our com
Christmas is too often celebrated with
drunken brawls when it ought to he a
season for rejoicing. We wish one and
all a merrv and happy Christmas. ”
Back From Texas.
Mr. J. O. Hardigree reached home
first of last week from his visit to Texas.
He enjoyed his trip very much and
thinks Texas a great country but that
there is no section that will compare
with Winder and its territory when
everything is considered. We are like
Mr. Hardigree, we had rather risk our
chances here than anywhere. He re
ports all of those who have gone from
around Winder for two years past to
Texas as doing well and pleased with