gETSSj THE JACKSON MERCANTILE COMPANY. |s* “ 5 |
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Proprietors of Store.
■rijr IFC T hpTT 1 . GOODS
H. j 'tiinips Saturday
people o tins vicinity. Wo have bee stake our reputation on. For the Commencement dress you can do no
standarci. I hat it is CO "*P et “ c () white dress accessories is also complete in every detail. Such as German,
betl-.r th in come, look, and b "y- °%“° c d k Laces in abundance; Allover Embroideries, Embroidery Bands
from a’to 8 inches wide fn Baby Irish and Teneriffe patterns all over laces from 35 f o 53.00 per yard with edges and in
lertTto natch Come aud look the store through and cons.der our Erne yours.
Embt tmurvfed Cl.i Tons 25 to 35c per yard.
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Plain Chiffons 40 in wide 15C 55C ”
Plain Imported Chiffons 25c to 75c ” ”
Persian Lawns 2B in. wide 12"1“2c35C”
Persian Lawns 4° it* -
Mercerized Waistings 28 in 10c to 35c - ”
India Linens 28 in wide 12-1-2 cto 25c •• -
*” s 2r a c S£”"" ! ’ 12-l-2ci2sc -
Pajama Cloth 36 in wide 12“1’2C
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i iciiv.i )2 11. .uc o ■ •
Imported Piques 30 in wide IlfC to Z3C
Imported Tennis Cloth >
32 in wide “"v
Cocal news Items.
’Mrs. A. H. 8m Mi and Helen spent
Saturday in All *u.
Miss Etta Harr-1 of Stockbridge.
was an attuctriw visitor in the city
Mrs. \V. .1. Wood has returned
Mr. A. H. Smith returned Sunday
night from New York and Providence.
He could not reach home in time to
ttend the fu -eral of his father,
chose death occured Saturday morn
g, but he spent the first part of the
.eek with his mother at the old
'u)tne in Monroe County.
Miss Florence Watkins 1 the guest
her sister Mrs. L. P. Jnmerson.
Miss Francis Bowden spent the
•st of the week in Atlanta.
Mrs. T. H. Butt rill left Thursday
r a visit to Miss Emmie Graves in
Professors Thomas and Butler of
,e Jackson Public Schools are at
ading the E lucational Convention
nlch convenes in Macon today.
Mrs. i.. t.. Tavlor was in from
v. c'owaUga Tuesday, shopping.
y Miss Ada Sams left Wednesday for
Greensboro to attend the Convention
\ of the Methodist Missionary Societies
\ M&delegaie from the Methodist So
ciety. She will visit friends in Coving
n before returning home.
L it. Wright’* many friends
Mr. L. \\ oodward spent Tuesday
AV.ania oa business.
The Jackson Mercantile Company.
George S. Hanes wus in Atlanta:
Thursday of this week on business.
Miss Puss Dumbell gave the Jack
sonian a pleasant call Thursday.
I)r. A. M. Jameson was in Jackson
Mr. Bryant Collier who represents
The Volunteer Life Insurance Com
pany has located in Jarkson.
Mr. R S. Brown is in Zebulon this
week looking after a bankrupt sale of
which he is one the trustees.
Mr D. J. Thaxton lias purchased
the old Masonic building far which he
payed $1 00 The Old building will be
torn down and a handsome new struc
ture erected in it’s place, in the near
Hon A. W, L ir.e and wife, of Macon
spent Thursday of this week with
Mr?. Janie McKlbben, the mother
of Mrs. Lane.
will be glad to know that she is im
Rev. John Ham of Macon, was
guest of his parents recent I\.
Miss Bessie Ploodworth has been
sick lor the past few days and was
greatly missed from the millinery
department of the New 'i ork Store.
R H BRO WN^
R H Brown, one of the oldest and
best citizens of Butts County was in
to see us Thursday. He has just re
turned from a visit to his son-in-law
Rob Rich, who now lives in Knowles
La He paid for The Jacksonian and
told us to send Hto Louisian!. He
says that they cau’t get along with
out The Jacasonian.
DR. J. E. HU
Elsewhere will be found the card of
Dr. J. E. Hanna, announcing his re
tirement from the practice of medi
cine. This will be a surprise to the
public. His retirement is not for the
want of patronage, because he enjoys
the confidence and esteem of a very
large and lucrative practice. His re
tirement will be a distinct loss to the
CLEM TOWLES CRITICALLY ILL
As we go to press we learn with re
grets that Mrs. .T. F. Lane, west of
Jackson, and Mrs. Clem Towles of
Cork, are both critically ill.
Their friends everywhere will anx
iously await to hear the cheering in
telligence of their speedy recovery.
RETURNED FROM COLLEGE.
Thornton Buchanan, one of Jack
son’s North Georgia Agricultural Col
lege students, is at home to visit his
parents for a few days. His many
friends, in addition to being glad to
see him, are proud of the h::h stand
he is taking in his class,
Tor Infants and Children.
Ttie Kind You Hats Always Bought
From Belfast and Dublin. These goods all fine
Linens and most of them Hand Loom Goods from the
mills of John Brown.
90 in all Linen Sheeting SI.OS
45 in all linen Lawn .6t)
36 in all Linen Round Thread .45
36 in all Linen Lawn *4O
36 in a„ Lining Lawn .30
40 in all Linen Lawn (web) .25
36 in all Linen Cambric ®65
* A *p *tU 1 ittp-i r Ttrrht ;'' ■*>-f-s If. V*
24 in all Linen Cambric Sheer .50
20 in all Linen Cambric Sheer ,75
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