frequently-suffer great pain and misery during the
change of life. It is at this time that the beneficial
effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated, by those
A New Orleans woman was thin.
Because she did not extract sufficient
nourishment from her food.
She took Scoff’s Emulsion.
She gained a pound a day in weight
ALL DRUOdSTSi 50c. AND SI.00 if
Fredonia Scene of Gath
From Council hold Meeting
and Pass Important
Thomasvill*, Ga., April lo, 0'8.
At a conferenoo held this day, be
tween the Board of Health and a
special committee of the City Conn
ell, the following wer, ■ present. Dr.
L. B. Bonchelle, J, H. Merrill, and
R. J. Miller and Mayor J. S. Mont
gomery, M. M. Cooper and W, A.
Oa motion Mayor Montgomery
elected chairman and Mt. Miller
secretary. Chairman stated the ob-
Tbe people of Fredonia Issued in
vitations to the different candidates
all over the county to attend a plonlc
at that place yeaterday.
Tile Sciuon fw lunching la now
a number who went aown from
Thomasvtlle, among those being.
Messrs. W. I. MacIntyre, R. 3. Burch
A. B. Milton, Roaooe Luke, G. P.
Doss, Rase Wheeler and others. Thdy
report that the affair was a suceesu
In every way. Mg. Jehn Chastain,
one of the beat known citizens In the
ceunty was master of ceremonies and
introduced Hon. W. I. MacIntyre In
the forenoon to the assembled crowd.
Mr. MacIntyre made eae of his pro
bers. We son furnish EgSe from
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MrsfEucinila C. Hill, of Freeland, 0.
thoroughbred stock till Juno 1st for
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rerblal witty awf interesting talks.
Th# party then sat down to the
beat din nor that they hare ever had,
Lf -the Thomaaville contingent can be
believed and all of them are J-ddgee
of good things to eat.
After ths us
ual talk and swapping of Jokgs, Hon.
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Rescoe Luke then held the 'attention
of the crowd lor akout an hour, giv
ing a very lucid and interesting ad-
dress upon the live topics of the day.
He %n» heard with a good deal of
pleasure. The Thomaaville members
of the party returned yesterday af-
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Not one penny needed to become one of o;;r age its. Write-
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Solicitor Will -Thomas and Court
Stenographer Britt Davis sic ia the
city attending the April term of
FIRE BURNS CLOTHES.
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Clothing, Hats and Furnish- %
mgs for Men, Women, |
and Children. ©
Mix. W. H. Boswell of Meigs was
In the city for a short tims-Monday.
XcfWO Woman Leave House
Have Their Clothes Set Fire.
(From Fridays Dally.)
The Ore department was caRed
out at seven thirty last night to a
negro house on Pine street several
Mr. C. H. Eubanks re tVTQ ed Sat
urday from a short visit to her son
Mr. C. Z. Eubanks of Pelham.
blocks below the Variety
The fire had been extinguished be
fore their arrival with but sight
damage to tbo house, which wasi
owned by Mr. J. W. Peacock.
The women had gone outjeavlng
the clothes which they had Just
Ironed on a chair. Seme party evi
dently ertmo Into the house aid with
malicious latent set Ore to the
clethee first pouring kerosene upon,
them. The loss to the women will
not amount to very much although
there was no Insurance. upan the
household goods er wearing appar
el. Jut who set fire to the stuff
caniot at this.time be determined.
Possibly some' one vrho had it in for
tie Inmates. The honae was occu
pied by Mary Johnson.
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instantlyfeeing recewii j
larocor _ ^
| from the many asers of
allbf whom ncknowJodc'a
lit as the isst paint outfit:
tlNE gallon makesT WO
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tVe ure opening up ur naw Spring and Summer Clothing
The very let)** styles In flout'* High Art .Two-rtece Suit, with
toil'd 'undo miles, pnteni. ihoiilili'rs a.»l liulr oleth fronts
wIiMi liotd tame In slinpe f r moutlw. without use of tbo press
Our tim'o ""i - 1'"- Rr>vut ttru'id -"it of New Yolk
for -nidi nnd large tiovs, emuht lie 'sirrinsoed for style, dura-
htilt), pi ami ton price*. 1 lie King I‘sots. nlil c li is ear extra
luoisjt. his* pea'rlic* or style and fit. They fit to the
VacoiH l i-’e. Also 8300 north of F, 'I. Negligee Shirts, made
e» in style uml petierns fir this spring and suimucr, ol^o a
full line Topsjr licisery. Sea* before you Lay.
Election In Grady.'
(Frem Friday's Dally.)
Retulle from the primary in Ora-
dy Count)* yesterday indicate the
election of W. T. Crawford as clerk
at tbs court by a large majority,
carrying every district In the "coun
ty. E. F. Dollar, oandkdaU for
sheriff was elected by the same large
majority. W. R. Wynn sad J. W.
Canooa who were candidate* tor
tax receiver will have to run a sec-
end twee aa the committee decided
upon the “Majerlty Rale." This de
clares no election unless the wtandr
receives a majority ot all vetee cast
and where three or more are in the
race, makes eeeond primaries very
A Stomach Specialist UAf IQ 17
Alwavs In Your nUUOIl
If IffEI VOfi Til UUf Ul ULUZLt CKKKUCI * IW UMOV
BUILISMW Ufi MSI ItlUUE IKQUIttU IIB MMI, ^
AutborUcu by iti« atuiu vu iteai CrilORiC, IONIC OS All Iff
MUSES. guarantee io refund mou«*y if nai cured. A4roi
t ictis turns toed renUy for u*«-no mercury or injurious me«iu
uued No detebtfoa from bu*lnce*. Patient* at * <Msu
treated by tcatl am) exprea*. Medicines aenv arerywiara
from or break^M. No medicine *eut C-O. D. uni cm
aitucleu. Oharidilofiv Tbousanda of cm.'* cured Stale j
case nod send for terms- Continuation FKE and contldenna
perffuu. or by letter. Call oc write today. Dou t tUiay.
id Weaknusfififi StrlMurn S’.
■ We call especial attention to the hinge joint at each intersection,'
m of stay with main bjrs. '
V - This is the essential ofTvery good wire fence. Unless the atav
|“« Wt>£« joint the. fence cannot receive preesure from contact
I '“4 n *l“ itself. All rigid stay fencea have l»en unsatislattor? and
Ldlsdppomtmg, at they crush down and when once down
Judge Mitchell Tire Knot.
(From kunday's Daily.)
Two TkomasvilU joanc p^oplo
cftrne to Judge J. W. H. Mitchell’s 1
office late yesterday afternoon and
requested to have the knot, unftingr
them for life tied.
H ydrccc I a
phimesit arassar* “ * “* “ ,, i
Frifi Masfium i l ..yo. l ig“L*’t»Bt»Ki
ip ill* fit* V#tMtulnirti*fi. Co«»*/oa ■••thlnp
^ Hi.7 lUrUtta. In. MarfttU ulTtuKm SU.
3m ATLANTA. CA.
> |>oral#4 «■<)•* tbP •••• »»T ) ,
•Is made'.witb n hinge joint, by which the maximum of elasticitv i.
•ectwed xnd the feace if properly stretched, remains in place indefi-
• . Wltfa the joint, no amount of strain on the bars can
effect *e connection of ttay aad bar, while the opposite is true of
all riuid stav fencea. “ MU,U *
This the Judgo
did with much eclat, the eeremony
^>eing witnecsed by aoreral wbo hap
pened in, chief of whim wai Henry
Poole, who Inflated on being best