PAUSE. PERUSE, PONDER!
IDR FULL STOCK OF GOODS IS NOW WERE!
You will need a suit of Clothes, a Dress, or some
Ladies and Gent’s Furnishings this winter,
Inil (lur Stock Has Never Hire Shown such a Variety.
We have Anticipated the Tariff and are Pre
pared to Sell goods at "Free Wool” prices.
All We Ast is a Careful Examination and Comparison.
Our Line of Clothing is the Best Fitting in the Market.
OALL AND BE OONVINGGO !
Our Grocery Room is amply stocked with Provis
ions, and will go at lowest prices.
We have taken especial pains in buying this large stock of goods and our customers
will be given the benefit of our reduction in buying them
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We also have in stock an endless variety of Furniture, Stoves, Tinware, Etc., all
of which have been marked way down on account of the tariff. Our Furniture stock
is replete with all the latest novelties, and we can suit you in boili quality and
prices. We have stoves at your own price. They were bought cheap and must go
the same way. VY r e can tickle your fancy in Tinware, and not half try.
We have plenty of clerks to attend your wants, and a share of your patronage
will be greatly appreciated by us.
Very Truly Your Friends,
ALM AND, MOOR &©O.
Is a well pleased customer. We don’t expect to make much money this year, but we do expect to so increase our following that success will be ours in the terrestial bye and bye. Just no w
then, wc would rather make customers than money. Rather have a big crowd—E?entually we know like Constantine. By these signs ws shall conquer.
The Globe Store
C. G. FENNELL & GO., : PROPRIETORS, : JACKSON, GA.
Are Offering Bargains that would illuminate the cloudiest financial sky, and will be as refreshing to the atmosphere of
domestic economy as a summer shower. Here are a few of our prices to set you thinking:
French Patterns f6.00. SB.OO and SIO.OO.
40 in. Silk Henrietta worth SI.OO yd only
Whp Cords, Serge, Hop Sacking, Cassi
meres, French Mixture, Cheviots, Flan
nels, Habit Cloth and .Broad Cloth at
free wool price*.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Priestley’s Silk Warp Henrietta *1.75
grade for $1 35.
Priestley's Crepcn Boc.
.Sunn Finish Henrietta worth *l. now 75c,
s “ worth 85c. now hoc.
All Woo. Henrietta worth 60c. now 45c.
Sebastopol worth SI.OO now 7oc.
Satin Burber worth 50c uoW ’ SSC ’ .
40 in. Wool Diagonal worth .oc n
BrilUantine from 25c up.
50 in. French Serge worth 1 ”-5
Donnie Width Striped Velour only HicU.
Colton and Wool Diagonal, only ltc.
China, Surah, Faille, Morie and changeable
Bengalines in all shade* 50c. to $1.50
Silk Velvet* all ihade* only SI.OO. Can t
Calicoes 8 l-2c worth 6.
Plaid Dress Ginghams 3 1-2, 5,7, 8 and
10c a yd.
/Yench Zephyr ‘Ginghams worth 15c for
12 1-2 a yard.
4-4 Sheeting heavy 4 1 2 worth 7.
Outing and Chambray.
Ladies’ Fa>t .Black Hose only 5c pr pair.
Ladie*’ black Silk Hose only 75c.
Ladies’ Black Lisle thread Hose 50c.
Childein’* School Jibs# full regular made
Fast black Hose only 10c pair.
Children’* fast black Ho*e 10c.
Infants’ 6ock 3-4 and full lengths regu
lar made 15c. pr.
THE .BEST I
Pin* one cent paper. Hook* and Eye* lc
Boy*’ Knee Protectors 25c pr.
A full line Pear* and Colgate* toilet
Colgates Extracts and Toilet Waters.
Combs, Hair .Brushes, iVail Brushe* etc.
Targe stock all Silk Rtbbon*. Gros
Grain, Satin and Moire.
Torchon, Yalencmes, Point Venise, Platt,
Val, Point Degene, Point Despra and
Embroidered Flannel for .Skirt*.
R. & G. Corsets only 75c.
French Woven Corsets, whit# and drab
The man will stand the greater chance
For saving of his soul
Who lets his wife bring up the kids,
While he brings up the coal.
Now let everybody go out to services
on Sunday next.
Cotton is temporarily defunct. “Cot
tou chrushed to earth will rise again,
some sweet day.”
Judge Clark, of Atlanta, seems to be
the man to fill Judge Bleckley’s place
on the Supreme bench.
Mr. Jace Moore, sheriff of Floyd coun
ty, is getting strong endorsements from
all over the country for Principal Keeper
of the penitentiary.
The Alliance met in Jackson on Satur
day. The crowd was so small no one
would have known it had not some al
liancemau mentioned it.
Orange Blossom,’’ the common sense
Female Remedy, draws out pain and
s rreness. sold by W. L. Carmichael.
It is said that “Fortune knecks at
every man’s door.” If such is the case,
it has always been our misfortune to be
absent on such occasions. We would
like to meet the “old cuss,” however.
The wisest course iti politics is to vote
for the best man, and you cannot be
mistaken. So, in the use of blood-puri
fiers, you can’t be mistaken if you take
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, because all parties
agree that it is the best—the Superior
Medicine. Try it this month.
Run your business on the cash
system this year! Go to F. Z
Curry, Jackson, Ga., who will
loan you money on improved
farm property at 8 per cent in
terest. It wil be a great saving
to you if you will do this.
The Dixie luter-state Fair opened up
in Macon on Tuesday of this week and
a large and enthusiastic crew'd were in
attendance. Macon never does anything
by halves, and this fair will be one of
the grandest in her history. Many Jack
sonians will visit Macon belore the fair
closes, and lend their influence towards
making it the success it deserves to be.
The most important election for this
year occurs soon. A man who bears
the honorable name of democrat cannot
afford to stay at home next Tuesday
week, the 6tli day of November. It is
honorable to be a democrat now. The
old party lias stood by us through the
dark days of reconstruction and to for
sake her now or to even act indifferently
about the majority is base ingratitude.
Judge Bartlett should carry Butts by 400
majority. Don’t neglect this matter at
all, but come out, vote and go home and
What Kept Them Up.
Customer—“how much be them pants anyway?”
Clerk—“ Three seventy-live.”
Customer —“Yes, same old price, ’taters worth half what they
useter be, cotton way down to nothing, butter down, eggs
down. I’d just like ter know what keeps pants up?”
That old man went out muttering that he “guessed it was safety
p:ns in some cases.” If that old man had only called on
Mack Barfield he’d never left without the pants, as we bought
our clothing late and 25 per cent under manufacturers cost,
and we can sell them lor what other merchants paid for them.
‘inf Yours Truly,
THE GLOBE STORE, G. G. flit t WM, Prop'rs.
Grand Bargains For tlir Next Week at Cab's!
Tlit Fttflt art iwittl it call ill Emit tu Ms ad Prists kbit
Buying uni 1 ABE UTH You Will hi
at least 25c On every Dollar you buy fixim us.
Remember our goods are bought for “spot cash”
which enables us to sell cheaper than those who buy
and sell on credit. Here are some prices:
1250 yards Indigo Blus and Turkey Red
calico at 4f cents.
800 yards Wood Standard Calico at 4 cents.
1000 yards nice Dress Ginghams at 5 cts.
500 yards bonnet Gingham* at 4 12 cts.
15 pieces beautiful Sateens worth 9c. at sc.
1 bale /Shir'ing at 8 1-2 cents worth sc.
1 bale Sheeting at 4 1 2 cents worth 7c.
20 pieces Heavy Drill at 5 1-2 cents.
Canton Flannel good quality at 51 cents.
The best grade Canton Flannel at 7$ cents.
1 bale Cotton check# at 4 cents.
1 baie best quality cotton checks at sct 9.
5 pieces worsted at 8 cents worth 12* cts.
6 pieces all wool Drefs Flannels at 25 cts.
worth 50 cents.
All wool Red Twill Flannels at 20 cents
worth 35 cents.
We Have Many More Bargains to offer You
but haven’t space to mention them here.
Come and get these Bargains
BEFORE THEY ARE GONE.
Red Flannels at 121 cts. worth 25 cents.
Jeanes at 10c. sold elsewhere tor 15c.
Jeanes at 12p\ sold elsewhere tor 20c.
Jeanes at 15c. sold elsewhere tor 25c.
Jeanes at 19c. sold elsewhere tor 30c.
Jeanes at 22c. sold elsewhere for 33c.
Specialties in Jeanes pants at 50c. per
pair can’t bought tor less than 75c.
All wool Jeanes Pants at 65c. worth sl.
Jeanes Pants at 90c. worth 1.50.
All wool Cassimere Pants at 1.25
Fine Sunday Pants at 1.75 worth 4.
We will put on sale special bargains
for the next week, 85 pair all wool
pants at 145 some are worth 2.50
Having purchased a part of the
stock of Mayo & Goggans, we
will place them on our Bargain
Counter, and sell them regard
less of cost. Call early and
secure the best bargains.
Full line Kid, Wool and *Sllk Gloves in all
style* and color*.
Napxin*, Doylies, Towel*, Crash, Beau
reau Scarfs, Splasher* etc.
20 lbs H. Y. standard Granulated iSugar
20 lbs for sl.
5 lb* Good Coffee for sl,
Half Pat. Flour $2.90 bbl.
To arrive a good straight Flour at $2.70
25 men’s coats at 1.50 worth 3.00.
Our line of Men’s Suits are complete
prices from 3.50 to 12.50.
Men’s Shirts at 16c. worth 30c.
Men’s all wool Red Flannel Shirts at
50c. worth 1.00.
In fact all kinds of men’s authors
shirts at prices that will paralize
Ladies fast black hose at sc.
A better quality at 10c.
M en’s half hose at sc.
Handkerchiefs at 2 1-2, 5, 10, and 1 c
Ladies Shoes trom 65c. up to 2.50.
Men's brogansfrom 65c. to 1.00.
Men’s Sunday slices at 1.00 and sl.
Children** shoes sto 8 worth 50c now 30c.
“ “ 8 to 12 worth 65c now 40c.
“ ** 8 to 12 worth 75c now 40c,
“ “ Dong iJut. “ SI now 75c,
“ “ “ “ “$1,50 now sl.
Women’s shoes worth 75c, now 50c,
Women’s shoes worth 90c now 65c.
Ladies' Dongola shoes worth $1.50 now sl.
“ “ shoes worth $1.75n0w $1,25.
“ “ shoes worth $2 now $1.50,
“ “ hand welt shoes others ask
$3,75 our price $2,75.
Men’s Brogan shoes worth $1.25 only 90c,
“ “ shoes worth $1.50 only SI.OO.
“ Bull shoes worth 1.75 only $1.00.,
“ Calf shoes woith $3,00 only $2.00,
“ Calf shoes worth $3,50 only 2,50.
“ Calf shoes worth 6,00 only 4,00
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Full line Ha*s in .eading style from 25c