Coipcing Sal January 26, Only 36 Days pie in Jackson.
The times were so hard that the people could Buy All they wanted at my sale before Christmas, and
lam going to make prices lower than 1 did last year. Now on this last Thirty days, on this home run, Come
into my store where a little money will go a long way and bless your homes with the things the family need
and still have about all your money. SEE THESE PRICES, they are the sample of the way lam slaughter**
ing goods; Did you ever buy the following commodities for these prices*
800 yards heavy weight. Canton Finn
nel the regular price 8 cents Cos
Now going at O
Percale, extra weight, regular L
price cts ayd now going all* l" -
Ladies, Shawls all wool, extra 2Cc
large sizes, all going at... .*/
Now this farewell word: Don’t wait until the Sale is closed and then abuse yourself for not getting it
while it was going on. Come and get what you need, it is here, somebody is going to get the goods, for
they must go. Come and get your share.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SCHEDULE
Local Passenger trams pass th
Depot, at the times mentioned below.
No 17 6 41 Aif
No .7 9 :57A. M
No. 15 2 :32P. M,
No. 9 8:18 “
No 18 9 58 P M,
No. 16 7:38 A. M
No. 8 3:08 P. M
No 10 8:08 “
Q. W. KINSMAN
Carriage & Wagon Mfgr.
!!■■■■ 111 r * —T ' - I IHIWMFUM
Plantation Work in gen
eral. Horseshoeing in a
Specialists Hands. Work
done with Dispatch and Ac
curacy and on Shortest Not
ice and at living prices
FOR THE CASH.
Change of Name.
On and after 22nd day of February
1907 the legal advertisments will be
published in “The Jacksonian'' a
newspaper that will be published in
Jackson Butts County Ga.
W. W. Wilson.
On Feb. 22nd 1907 the name of this
paper will be changed from the Jack
son Record to that of The Jacksonian.
For Infants and Children.
Ibe Kind You Have Always Bought
! Bears the S]? SIS#
..THIRTY - DAY - SALE..
Large lot Mens Buckskin work
ing gloves, for a pair
Mens four in hand Silk Ties. 10c
Now going at *■'
Mens Negligee Shirts, all sizes and col
oi’B regular nrice 75 cents 2Ac
Now going at 3/
Eocal Hews items.
001. F. Z. Curry spent Tuesday in
Mr. J. H. Ham spent Monday in
Miss Pearl Singley will return to
Mr. Earnest Hanes is spending a
few days in Atlanta.
Col. Lane of Macon spent Sunday
with Mrs. Janie McKibben.
Messrs Joe Wall and Park Newton
spent Sunday with friends in Newnan.
Miss Pearl Singley is spending the
week with her sister Mrs. J. H.
Messrs Bvrt Wa*kin3 and Harold
Mallet made a business trip to Fio
j villa Monday.
Mr. and Mrs, Gev. Knutt have re
i turned to Atlanta after a pleasant
visit to Mrs. Ball.
Mr. G. W. Wyatt, of BattsCounty,
formerly a citizen of old Henry, was
mingling with old friends in McDon
ough last Saturday.—Henry County
There will be a special meeting
next Sunday morning at the Baptist
1 Church to consider the resignation of
the pastor and all are requested to be
B. Lacy Hoge will have as subject
next Sunday the following : at 11 a. m.
“Thing* New and Old” and at 7 :00 p.
m. “The Precious Blood.” All are
invited to come.
Mrs, Finley entertained a few of
her friends at a dinner Friday, Those
present were Mrs. Annie Webb, Miss
G. W. Kinsman, Mrs. Kimbell, Mrs.
| Abbie McCord and Miss Ida Mae
Miss Bessie Ham intertained a few
friends informally Friday evening.
Those present were Miss Willie Coop
er, Miss Lester, Miss Bessie Ham,
Mr., Jim Etheridge, Mr. Clarence
Compton and Mr. Pitts McKibben.
Mr. Otis Ham of Atlanta spent
Miss Slade of Zebulon is the guest
of Mrs. McMahon.
Miss Mary Newton will visit Mrs.
of Cairo in February,
Miss Rosa Newton returned Mon
day from a visit to Miss Mayer in At
Dr. C. A. Butner is at the bedside
of his father who lives at powder
Miss Clara Nolen from Locust Grove
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mrs. Eliza Welsh, of Jackson, visi
ted her sister, Mrs. J. P, Welsch a
few days last week,—Henry County
Col. E.M. Smith from McDonough
and Col. Kimberly from Macon were
in th : city Tuesday on business.
Misses Mignon and Delana Lunquest
of Jackson.spent Saturday and Sun
day with their aunt Mrs. Sail'e Ed
wards. —Hampton Correspondent
in Henry County Weekly .
Mrs. McMahon entertained in hon
or of her guest Miss Slade of Zebulon
Saturday morning from 9 o'clock to
11. The pretty parlor was decorated
with ferns and violets. After two in
teresting contests a delicious salad
course was served. Mrs. Butler won
the pretty prize. Those present were
Miss Slade of Zebulon Mrs. Butler,
Mrs. F, S. Etheeidge, Mrs. S. 0. Ham,
Mrs. Stewart of Macon. Mrs. B. Lacy
Hoge, Mrs. Turner, Mrs R. N. Ethe
ridge, Mrs. Adams, Miss Mittie Wall,
Miss Mary Newton, Miss Myra Mill
er, Miss Annie Hoge, Miss Willie
Cooper, Miss Mattisu Ham, Miss
A regular commun cation of St.
Johns Lodge No 45 Free 'and Accep
ted Masons will be held in Masonic
Hall in Jackson Ga. at 7 o'clock.
Next Monday p. m. Feb. 4th The Mas
ter Masons degree will be confered.r
All brethren duly ‘qualified ur fra
Geo, Carmichael, Secretary,
Mens Fur Hats latest style, CAc
. Now going at v/
Boys Hats regular price 50 cents |Ac
Now t going at 1/
Ladies and Mens Rubber Over iAc
Shoes Now going at
To The Public:
I have recently bought the
“Mc Cord Grist Mill,” situated
on Yellow Water Creek, near
the city of Jackson. This mil!
has had. for years, the reputa
tion of making “The Best Wa
ter Ground Meal,” of any mill
in this section, It will be oper
ated by the veteran miller, Mr.
J. T. Bennett, which is a guar
antee that its former high re
cord will be kept up, and that
its customers will receive
prompt service, and
treatment. The mill will be
thourouglily renovated, and
put in condition to grind from
5o to 75 bushels per day; so
do not be afraid ot delays, but
bring your corn right on, t'
the mil!, Mr. Bennett will
keep fresh meal o 1 hand, to
exchange with those who wish
to exchange corn for meal.
Farmers in coming l to Jackson
to market can bnng along a
few sacks of corn without any
fear of delay. The merchants
of Jackson will keep fresh
stock Dt this McCords Water
Ground Meal, to supply their
numerous customers. So al
ways call for McCords Water
Ground Me**], and take no sub
stitute, and you may rest as
sured, when you get it, (if its
fresh) and ground out of good
corn, you get good meal. This
mill being a “Home Institu
tion,” and near enough for
you to seo and know what is
being done, I hope to be fa
vored with your friendship
J. W. Childs;
Mens Suits in great varities All Wool
the regular price $9 00
Now going at *
Ladies and Gents heavy weight TANARUS” •
Hose, Now going at 4pr "and
Large lot of Ladies and Gentlem u "s
Umbrellas, regular price ;2Ce
SI.OO Now going at
Want fld Column.
ONE CENT A WORD.
If you have anything for sale, off
rent, if you want to anything, or
want any help ; the Want Column of
The Record is the place to put a
small ad for only one cent a word.
FOR SALE. —Eight shares in the
Jackson Creamery foi .-ale call on or
address L. L. Greer. 4-4 t
No. f4O, Sold Everywhere,
k $2.00 1