..THIRTY - DAY - SALE..
Coipcini Sal. Januaiy 26, Only 30 Days pine In Jaokson.
The times were so hard that the people could Buy AH 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 samp'e of the way lam slaughter
ing goods; Did you ever buy the following commodities for these prices*
800 yards heavy weight. Canton Flan
nel the regular price Scents Cos
Now going at
Percale, extra weight, regular 4
price cts ayd now going at” t "
Ladies, Shawls all wool, extra :?Ce
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.
you fr.end: J\ AREHSTSON 1 , JACKSON, ga.
SOUTHERN RAH .WAY SCHEDULE
Local Passenger iraina pass th
Depot. at the times mentioned below.
No 17 6 11 A M
No ,7 9 :57A. M
No. 15! 2 :82P. M,
No. 9 8:48 “
No 18 9 58 PM.
No. 16 ' 7 :88 A. M
No. 8 8 :08 P. M
No 10 8:08 “
G. W. KINSMAN
Carriage & Wagosi Ifgr.
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. Wilson.
On Feb. 22nd 1907 the Dame of this
paper will be changed from the Jack
aon Record to that of i'he Jacksonian.
For Infants and Children.
Its Kind You Have Always Bought
Large lot Mens Buckskin work OAc
ing gloves, for a pair ""
Mens four in hand Silk Ties. IQc
Now going at
Mens Negligee Shirts, all sizes and col
ors regular Driee 75 cents 2Qc
Now going at
Cocal news Turns.
Ccurt covenes third Monday.
Ex. Gov. Northern was in our city
Dr. Steel from High Falls was in
the city Saturday.
Mr. I. 0. Moore Irom Bass paid us
a pleasant call Saturday.
Frank Outhouse states that he is
for rent, and Mr. Maddox says he is
In this issue of the Record will be
found a list of the Grand and Traerse
Jurors for boththe first and second
Mrs. VV. P. Collins and little ones
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs Lon
Wright, Sunday. Mrs. Wright has
been quite ill for the past week.
Mr. McElemine, the popular lum
berman who resides on Third St. has
been on the sick list. It will be a
pleasure to his friends to know he is
It is said that the cable from the
power House to the city nas been put
up wrong and the ends will have to
be changed before the city can ha7e
Mrs. R. L. Smith, little Les f er, and
the baby have returned from a three
weeks c visit to Sheilman Ga. where
they were the guests of Mrs. Nellie
Crittenden, the sister of Mrs. Smith.
On accouut of the exceptionlly fine
weather the farmers have advanced
their work so expeditiously that the
jurors will find it much more conven
ient to attend court than is usually
You are invited to attend the ser
vices at the Baptist Church Sunday
morning and night. Pastor Hoge
will preach at 11 a. m . on “The In
heritance of the Church” and at 7p.
m. on Why the Blood is Precious.
Fresh Beef and Pork
kept constantly on hand
atW H. C. Hammond Cos.
Mr. Oliarlie IngranrPcontinuesquite
Mr. F. S. Etheridge left Monday
for New York,
Mrs. R. A. Franklin has been quite
ill the past few days.
Judge F. Z, Curry Bpent Monday in
Macon on legal business.
Mr. Shepard of Arlington was the
guest of Miss Nina Harris Sunday,
Miss Sue Ledbetter of Atlanta is
the charming guest of Miss Annie
Master Howard Jolly spent Satur
day and Sunday with friends in Mc-
Hons. W. B. Dozier, A. C. Millen
and Will Dorset of Floyilla were in
Messrs Marvin Turner and Dee Tol
leson of McDonough were recent
guests in the city.
Mr. Walter Mayfield from near Flo
villa was a welcome visisor to the
Mr. Otis Ham who has been with
Smith and Higgins in Atlanta is spend
ing a month at home.
J. O. Beauchamp has been confined
to his room this week with a lame
foot. He is not yet able to he about
Miss Leonora Cooper of Peray who
hasbeen the attractive guest of her
sister Miss Willie Cooper has return
Misses Lula and Exio Ham and
Mildred Jolly enjoyed Wednesday in
Atlanta and attended the matinee
performance of ‘Mrs. Wiggs of the
Mr. P. D. Gardell died at Pepperton
Thursday rnor' ing. Mr. Cardell has
lived at Pepperton for a number of
years a n d was well known by the
people of Butts County.
Miss Mayerof Atlanta will intertuin
a number of guests at a house-party
from tie ninth to the sixteenth cf
Feb. Those invited from here are
Mrs. R. J Carm ehael, M ss Mary
Newton, Miss Rosa Newton, Miss Ni
na Harris, Mr.- Park Newton, Mr.
Mens Fur Hats latest style, Eftc
Now going at
Boys Hats regular price 50 cents Iftr
Now going at
Ladies and Mens Rubber Over iAo
Shoes Now going at
Mr. J. B. SVall spent Saturday in
Helen Smith has recovered from
her recent illness.
Judge W.W Leverettof Coodys was
in town this week.
If you want all the news pro and
con subscribe far the Record.
Thornton Buchanan ’of Dahlonega
spent Sunday with his parents.
Hon. John Phinizeo was mingling
with his triends here Saturday.
Prof. H. E, Glass is spending a fow
days here with his many friends.
Mr. John Thomason was shaking
hands with his friends hers Wednes
Jamie Hooten ofMcDonouerh spent
Sunday with his mother Mrs. J, L.
0. G, Britt, Coroner of Butts Cos.
has gone to Macon on legal and local
Mrs. N.R. McCord is spending a few
days with her sister Mrs. B. C, Milton
Miss Lilian Daniel of McDonough
is expected soon to visit Miss Dollie
Mr. Add Nutt spent Saturday and
Sunday in the Gate City with Dr.
B b Crawford.
Miss Mattesu Ham will spend Sat
urday and Sunday with Miss Esther
Smith in Locust Grove .
Mrs. Mote Watt* of Flovilla came
up Thursday for a few days visit with
her mother Mrs. Mallet.
Misses J.eonoraand Adelle Nutt have
returned home after a most pleasant
visit to Mrs. Mote Watts of Flovilla.
Mr Joe Kinard had the misfortune
Tuesday to let a barrel of pickles get
on his foot and mashed one of his toes
Mrs. J. B. Settle will intertain at a
six o’clock dining tonight, Rev. and
Mrs. 8. P. Wiggins, and Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Smith.
Fresh Fish atW. H. C.
Hammord Co’s on Fridays
and Saturday’s, Phone 70.
Mens Suits in great varities All Wool
the reuulat price $9 00 if i.ftA
Now going at
Ladies and Gents heavy weight
Hose, N: jv going at 4 pr
Large lot of Ladies and Gentlemans
Umbrellas, regular price sC<j
$1 00 Now going at “3
Want fld Column.
ONE CENT A WORD.
If you have anything for sale, of
rent, if you want to buy 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 for s- I o call on or
address L. L. Greer. 4-4 t
No. 640, Sold
L $2.00 j