y \<[ I'KNNESSKE SCHEDULE.
The followin' is the arrival of trains at
jlf u<>n according to tiu.e table in effect
A|.iii M ,by 4:
jj 0 12 5:55 a. ax flag.
, j | —C .18 p. m. stops
.. <j :5b a m stops.
\, II -9:13 pm. flag.
*• j;3 9• 16 a. in. s ops.
* 17— —5 50 p. m stops.
The dress making shops are now on a
Mi. B. F. Watkins spent Monday
ju -ilay in Macon on business.
Tin* candidates “are slio” hustling f >r
the different <ffi es.
The Alto us extends thanks to Kinney
Watkins for some “I scream!”
p rotten and corn are looking some bet
ter than they did a week or so ago.
Oui merchants report a very good
hade for the past week.
Jackson now enjoys the best railroad
v hedule of any town in Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McMichael spent
Monday in Griffin visiting friends and
Two electric cars collided in Atlanta,
on Monday killing the motorman and
wounding several passengers.
Messrs. Kinney Watkins and Jack
Slice' visited their best girls in Newton
county on Sunday last.
Th latest way yet discovered to get
li-li s t *rade Id “biicheu” for them.
F i fin tlu-r infoi matioii call on Colonel
M* K bheuor Brother Watkins.
(in Goodman and li.s wife were play
iir 'as Tuesday and Gus fell and br->ke
his leg. Dr. W. G. Bryant “fixed” it, for
him and he thinks it will stay fixed.
Stockholders of Jackson Oil Mill Cos.
in't at the court h use Tuesday. The
report of the directors was satisfactory.
The old hoard of directors was unani
One of the unmistakable evidences of
haul times is that the houses of au oc
casional editor in thisaud in other states
are being burglarized.
The Masons held a meeting on Mon
day night and took in a candidate iu the
person of Mr. A. Cohen, our clever dry
Quite a ctowd ot’ Jacksonians spent.
Sunday afternoon at Indian Spring, list*
suing to lh excellent music of the Wig
orchestra, which dispersed some
very popular airs.
Tin re was sixty acres of land lyire in
three or fnurn ilts of Jackson soldAthe
E'l-*ii ble Moi tage company
*-V>. The same laud Hye years ago
'•V Olid have hrough* S6OO.
Kvuy ody is inviti and to attend tin
c ui iiciictineut exercises of Jackson In-
Miruu*. It is absolutely the dnty ot
] utmiis to be there.
h Mr. Atktuson continues to “bunch”
I s counties much longer, all of Georgia
"ill be huddled together in a manner
vei> discoucei .ing to the Atlanta Con
Miss Myrtice Peavy, after a week of
pleasure in Macon, has returned to Jack
*on for a short stay before leaving for
htrhoniein Greenville, Ga.
Prof. Emerson Ilam, principal of Mc-
Donough High School, is visiting rela
tives in this city..
-Miss Mattie Paul will Icaye Jacksou
ou Saturday, where she goes to attend
the commencement exercises of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dodson, of Stark,
have returned from an extended visit to
Mr. Tom Williamson ha* given us a
he egg which is two eggs joined togeth
er with a wry small neck. Mr. William
mi says it is a Cleveland egg, and that
he lias that, kind of chickens for sale at
Attend the college exercises at the In
stitute next- wet k.
Butts county has the most clever set
°t candidates for county offices that
there are in the state. Even if they do
D "t know \ou, they will come up, shake
hands and get acquainted.
B >b Lyons and Billy Potts went up to
Atlanta on Friday last.
H°n. Alex Atkinsou made a speech in
McDonough on Tuesday' of this week to
d ’nrg" au li. nee of hearers. The Hon.
r - , ‘ r * Atkinson is a fluent speaker on all
Miss. Effie Harris, who has beenspend
‘"3 a•. w weeks in McDon<’ ugh visiting
friends, lias retur led to Jackson.
Air and Mrs. Taylor, < f Macon, who
h*ve spending a few days visiting
411 and Mrs. Valentino, returned home
Ike commencement sermon of the
fi'isin.r exercises of Jackson Institute
"id be delivered at the Methodist church
0,1 Sunday next. Everybody should go
° ul a '• hear it.
AAewi l never indorse Cleveland’s ad
ni;i i'trariou until ne quits sending these
? ’ 'naps on the Sou h. The idea of a
R ' a ’ putting cotton down to 6 cents and
'vti dmiuistering such doses of weath-
H 'li.it. we can’t make any at that price.
i>> i qually responsible for both and
v fare bound to kick. m
|! EVERYTHING j|
I VtortnitMy Located.
Free E&ct t\
C. R. Gresham, ProprietcH
whogocs * uto a nomina
o, and then refuses to support the
n >minee, could ut all ~f i ; i
, ~ “ uv an ot ins democracy
n the hull of a mustard seed.
Mr. Join, Payne, one of Henry coun
-2-n >eKt . CU,Z, ' ,,S ’ Henry county
ill ceitainly g u for Atkinson and Spald
,l,u 18 ,u t,ie same boat Mr. Fame
thinks Judge Bartlett is the strongest
congiessionally speaking, i„ Henry at
Mi.T. J. Sowell, a prominent young
merchant, of Locum (Hove, was in town
Mr. M. V. Ty n r, who is a good me
chanic, ..I Jones e unty, was in Jackson
T , W ® ’ a ,ew turnout
, J ’ K ( a umi lmel. Hr is a go.nl judge
, Wo, k a,ld kn ” w * a good thing when
he sees it.
Qu It iinibc of our young people
went to the Indian Spring Sunday. I is
a very popular place for pleasure seekers
these waim days.
Every picture we tvoi aw of old
“nick” he had long shaggy whiskers.
Now, we have a different idea to that.
If wo were called on to icture the tel
low, we would make a man with a stand
luK collar ou and clean shaved.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. T.Mayo, who have
been on a few week’s visit to Texas,
have returned Lome and are perfectly
delighted with the trip. Mr. Mayo says
Texas is a vsry fine country, but he pre
fers the clay hills of Georgia, and is very
well satisfied to remain in Jackson.
Dr. Cantrell after i week’s ab
sence is again in his office ready
to serve any one wishing his
services. Let’s see now how anx
ious you are about having vour
Henry Gunn takes mue interest in
base hall than any mai: in Jacks..n, so if
y- u want to get on the inside track see
H ;ry before yju do your betting op the
Billy Po.ts wih some day make a pro
sessional by eicliat if his legs hold out.
The “M.fltni- c Glory Brigade” will
have their next daily conference in front
of Mr. Frank McKihben’s furnituie store
fcoworrow morning at 9 o’clock. All
charter members are required to be on
hand as the supply of white pine is run
ning short, and a few new members are
to be initiated.
Frank McKibben is always as happy as
a pig in the sunshine. He don’t
care for expenses, and is a genial, good
fellow. We wish everybody were like
him for the world would be better off.
We call attention to the announce
ment of Un le Alex in this i sue. Ev
eryboriy who ver came to Jackson f..r a
few times knows him and we can’t see
how a man could know him well a and
then vote against him. He and “Aunt”
Saliie are growing old and mor- feeble
with the recede g ycais. He will make
afiistclass fficcr, if the people f v*i
We c m lum m n jriimMing on every
hi e nowadays. Some mad because it
dv n’t and some because it does. But
few at ■ thankful for the many blessings
they are ei j •yin<r. Many a man who
nev r did a hard days w>k in Ids life,
and who never did witliout a single
thing he needed, and has al ays revel
led in extravagnce looks upon an obi
man who has worked h .id and deprived
himself of every pleasuie to save a c< m
petency asbe.ng more highly favored 1
proridence. All a mistake. Good eon
duct stakes good luck.
Dr.O. H. Cantrell and Colonel F. Z.
Curry attended the Sunday School con
vention in Atlanta last week, and came
near being blown up with dynamite.
They were stopping at the residence of
M r . J. H. Eakes, former pastor of the M.
E. church at Jackson, when about 11
o’clock at night some miscreant threw a
dynamite cartridge in the yard adjoining
the parsonage and tore both residences
up, bruising and frighten
ing the occupants considerably. No
other harm was done, however.
There would be exactly the same sen-e
in advocating the free and unlimited
printing of paper money that there is it*
the free and unlimited coinage of silver
There is ;>nl. 49cts worth of • intrinsic”
value in a silver dollar, and 61 cents ot
government credit bottomed on taxes.
Why not make i* all government, credit?
Why select silver to stamp the eagle on
when ev ry dollar of it cost the govern
ment 49 cents when the panel wouldn’t
cost hut one cent? There is absolute!*
no sense in ’he free and un!imit*d issue
of money on any kind of material whos
supply is inexhaustible There must
be some safeguards of legislation.
Some have misunderstood the ohj ct.
of the Colored Educational Board which
was organized here last Saturday. They
have ui> idea hut that the judg ient of
the board of education is all light so far
as it r* b'tes to education, but their ob
ject is to investigate the nun 1 * urpitude
of those who teach their children. We
fully iudoise the c doled people in this
move. For tb y have a better opportu
nity to know the moral standing of th ir
race. Noimmoialor political person
should be al owed to teach.
Dr. R. VV. Mays subscribed liberally to
building Jacks n Institute and someone
chidingly asked: “I> ctor have yon ever
gotten any dr idend.-?” The doctor re
plied: ‘ Ye<. sir, Ih ve jus paid nine
teen doPai s tu tioii for two chi dreu this
term, and those two children have been
under the loving care of the r mother,
where the lamp c*u’d burn d’mly with
the wick tuned low al! night, aud
she could tuck the cover about them
when the air g ew colder in the - hades
of the night. It would have cost me ten
times the money to have sent them from
.home to say nothing of home iuflu -nces.
Yes, sir, I am a Jackson Institute m n.”
The doctor is personally a uccess, being
one of the few men who have made a
fortuue since the war, end there is some
thing in the above remark.
. r ‘ *b Davis, of Jenkinsburg, was
in town Monday.
Mrs. M. L. E. Treadwell, and her
beautiful daughter, Miss Susie, of Griffin,
is visiting her daughter on Indian Spring
Guess what young man took a walk
our to J e Wright’s, and couldn’t find
the way back until 11 o’clock.
We have seen walking the streets of
Jacksou this week a negro w* man, Min-
tie Stilwell, and she can walk several
mi'eßa day, who was 100 years old on the
25th of March last. Great Scott! start
ing her second coutury.
“Eastern Shoes” for sale at the
Star Stre. Such as Bay State
at SI.OO per pair.
The railroad seems to be standing about
*t par. They are not building yet with
iron. The only substantial element that
has entered the business is our office
towel, We guess, however, we will get
the road built some later than this.
There was a negro child burned to
death in Jackson this week It was
about s- veu years old, and its parents
name is Barber.
Bay Slate Brogans are “East
ern Shoes. We sell them at $1
a pair* Star Store
Colonel M. V. McKibben is a demo
crat of the true blue variety. He is an
enthusiastic Hvans man. He says: “Not
that I love Atkinson less, but Evans
more, and if Colonel Atkinson is the
choice of the party, and it seems now
that he is. 1 am ready to stump the state
for the man from Coweta.”
“Is there any mail for me?” “No, I
never heard the name before ” “What’s
the reason there’s no mail for me?”
“Because everybody that can write is
above writing to you.” “Guess you
Lades’ fast black Hose at 7c—
regular 15c Hose—at Cohen’s
Mr. “Nort” Parnell spent last night in
Hotel Beauchamp for the simple crime
of appropriating a boat toh mseif which
belonged to Mr. Tom Kitchens.
“Iago” and “Stubs” must be in the
soup. For the last several days they
have been as silent as the grave.
Our people will be grh ved to learn that
Mr. Henry Bankston was called to the
burial of his brother Wednesday, Prof.
Gus Bankston. He was well known in
our county, and his death was very sud
den and therefore the more shocking to
There is a fine baby boy at Mr. J. L.
Crawley’s. Atkinson will have another
supporter in 21 years.
Boys’ KNEE PANTS, age 4
to 14, at 35c worth 65c, a better
oants at 48c well worth SI.OO at.
Read our announcement column and
pick < ut. the man of your choice. They
are a!l good men and it is a question of
who you prefer to have the office.
Mr. Robert L. Bloodworth, • f Atlanta,
is visiting friends and relatives in Jack
son this we -k.
Atkinson gives Evans the “White” on
Tuesday and that is the oulyC' unty the
General could capture out of the five
which acted on that day.
The hoys are speaking of getting up a
crowd of young men and ladies to go
down to the river and spend a week fish
ing. They will undoubtedly have a
In two weeks more Hon. W. Y. Atkin
son will have received the nomination
for Governor of Georgia.
You can get NICE SUNDAY
PANTS at 75c up t 055.00 at
Miss Clovis Jinks, who has been at
tending school at Milledgeville, returned
home on Wednesday last.
The New York Life Insurance Compa
ny is on a bo<m in these paits. They
are now writing the best policy for men
•f ordinary means of any company with
which we are familiar.
Messrs. R. F. Cary, of H<>merville, and
C. E. Whi tington, of Valdosta, Ga.,
spent several days with Charlie Beau
champ this week.
We have a few pieces Calicoes
i*ft—will sell sell at 5 cents per
var<l Come and get them be
fore they are all gon-*, at
H w would it strike the stockholders
of Jackson Institute to turn that proper
ty over to the city with the understand
ing that she will home bonds to a suffi
cient am unt to dougble the capacity
and make it equal to any other collf ee
in the state? Prof. Blasingame has
proved that he is the man for the place
he occupies, as well as the remainder of
the faculty. There can be no harm in
Risking as good school as there is a
still better one. .
Don't late internal remedies for
HVmale diseases. Common cense re
quires a direct application like “Or
nge Blossom.'’ Sold b> W. L. Car—
In this issue will be found the an
nouncement of Judge B. P Bailey as a
candidate for clerk of .he Superior court
of Butts county. Having for a number
of years ably assisted Mr. Joseph Jolly
in the duties of thia > ffiee, Mr. Bailey is
ia every way well qualifi and to fill the
poistiou. and, if eleoted, will make a
most acceptable officer. He will give
the office his entire personal attention
and will iu every way endeavor Xo mate
rially aid the interests of our county
when the opportunity offers itself.
Judge Bailey is a good man for the posi
tion. and we commend him to the peo
ple of Butts county for their support.
A NEW RIG!
' The Jackson Carriage Factory recent
ly turned out a beautiful piece of work
for Mr. W. 11. Gage, the geuial and ac
commodating manager of the Singer
Sewing M.icliitie Cos., at Griffin, Ga. It
was a handsome boggy with a platform
attachment to b us* din delivering sew
ing machines. Ou y the best of material
was used in its composition, and the
work reflects gieat . redit upon both the
factory and its skilled corps of employ
ees. Mr. Cairaichaei secured the con
tract ahead of the most promiuent carri-
age men in this section and Mr. Gage in
forms rs that he i-perfectly deligh’ed
with the vehicle, and is confident no
better one could have been made that
would give hi'U m ne universal satisfac
tion. The Jackson Carriage Factory has
a well earned reputation for the dura
bility, style and workra i iship of its ye
hicles, and when it comes to doiug a
neat and tasty job it can’t be downed.
Mr. Gage spends a large portion of his
time in traveling through the coun
try in this section, and no better adver
tisement is need and iliati this beautiful
turnout which convey s this clever gen
tleman on his rounds, along with the
old reliable Singer Machine. If we
were called upon to name two of the
greatest successes in their respective de
partments iu the state of Georgia—our
answer would invariably be—The Jack
sou Carriage Fact ry, of Jackson, and
Mr. W. 11. Gage, of Griffin.
“Eastern Shoes” at Star Store
IN ME MORI AM.
In memory of our dear brother, C.
S. Hart ness, mi Chri-t, he has gene io
sleep in Jesus, ami will wake up in
glory, the tri* <1 and the true 1 *\alov
ing ever faiih'u! friend Mr. Haik
ness has g lie from am*>ug us to his
Heavenly h me. What can we sav ?
•ruly we are sorely bereaved. A
mourning family in thinking ol him
whom none knew but to love, I fel
how utterly inadequate are aty hu
•iau words to rentier a fitting tribute
to our lovely triend, who fo’eo mam
years has occupied a warm place in
thousands of hearts now sa dened bi
the loss of his wi-e a id faithful coun
s** l ; Id* tend* rI ve ;md hope an*'-
cneer; hisfeiv. nt pra\crs, and best
of all bis bright Christian example.
Our beloved brother is not dead: h**
has just begun to live. Let ns think
of him as with Christ, joining hi
•weet voi*,e in the new song to'ev<r
and ever. He bore with patience ami
mekn* s , without tmm mui-, Ip*hM
(t ><l’* will b-* lo'i**. ail hiw i. resting
in •<e>us. lli* I* fi a devoted wife and
four children to mourn his loss Mat
Co*l ble-s the ben avid family and
*mv" them in Heaven.
Quietly sh ep tieloved op*, .
Rest from thy toil thy labor done,
Rest till tin* trumpet fr.-in lie open
Bids thee from dust to glory rise.
P. B M. W.
Griffin News please copy
WE’VE FOUND HIM!
Five Thousand Dollars Reward.
Puis cash u ill lie paid in coon -kins,
possum hides or other produce, to he
collected at or hhour next can.p-tn* et
ing, or thereafter, by anv one what
catches him ; for a young man tnis
ing from your place in the next few
da vs Seme have said he * red head
ed, cross-eyed, hump backed, knock
kneed, whopper-jawed, and pigeon
toad, and that be had a tin ear and a
gutta-percha nose; and that he wore
a spider-web shirt lined with lemon
ade, mint julep collar, a neotie cut
from the polar wave, snow-flake pants
with ventilating attwtehments and r
friera f ot* suspenders, ic -cream ve-t
with hail-tone buttons, tisstip papet
c at lined with -oda wafer, a Irogt-bit
* n hat made ot zero and carried a
cane cut out of the nn-th pole. Th a
i* not correct He is ta 1 complexion
ed, about 5 feet 4 i flies of age, sqna*e
'•otin'eiiance, pleasant -hoiihlei-, and
height 34 \ ear* and 15 months Had
•it, when last seen, a pair of swallow
tailed, seal-skin trousers with sau-age
stripe* and cylinder-escapement se,.t,
double barrelled frock coat, slighth
•un down at th* h**el; tisualU w**re a
-mile n the hack of hi- head with m
-light impediment in his looks if m* t
in the da*k He wear- a “Grecian
Ben ” on hi- upper lip, anil whisker*
•ut offshort inside. Was car<-> ing an
empt\ carpet la_, ti ! ed with po-t
lodes and w heell*arr w seed* in ea* h
li ind, and a w* o len bag in ilie other,
containing no hi- g hut t few ocean
tea un r., iadw\ lumo'ls, toedte
iimiMs, -hi t collars and othei tilings
Usually wore a high-heeled, -quare
oed plug hal. and low crow ed,
broad b ioim**d, double- back action,
stem-winding, cable screwed boot*.
Was born l>el<>re bi-\ounger broth
er, a >d is, then f< re. about tour
11 was ott *n heard singing:
I’m my daddy’s only son,
Gay nd bvely, full of fun;
Brother is twice as old as me,
So we are twins you plainly see!
Any one giving such information
a- will lesrti hi ti where he is will be
prospi’titi and as the law directs. He
was supposed at first to have gone off
on his ear, but his was a mistake.
Since the above wa- written his
friends have learmri to toeir delight
that he i now taking picture* aTO*
the atr*-et front tLe Anon* office—it’*
, Guthrie 1
BARGAINS IT THE NEW TORN STORE.
In our DRY GOODS and MILLINERY rooms.
Our Spring and Summer Goods Must Go!
VOW IS ME CHANCE TO OET TEEM ALMOST
AT * YOUR * OWN * PRICE.
We make no prices, but all we ask
Is ter you te call and examine tlie many nice tilings
~-We Have to Almost Give Away.*-
Twtilj-Fm Fn Oat
PCiiihLeii? IEToh? ZMlein. 02? Boys I
SOME Am SEE WIAT WE HAVE TO OFFEE M IK THIS LIVE!
Yours Very Truly,
THE CARMICHAEL COMPANY,
Proprietors New Yoik Store.
June the 4th t the home of the bride’s
parents, “Rev.” James Jolly officiating,
Mr. J. R. Mayfield and Miss Sallie Mayo.
The bride has written many a coral for
the ARMUB, and we extend her and her
In this issue will be fund the an
nouncement of Mr. T. L. Williams for
treasurer of Butts county. Mr. Williams
has served in thi* capacity for the past
two y< ars, and has most oreditably per
form* and his duties with perfect satisfac
tion. Tue grand juries of our county
have repeatedly complimented Mr. Wil
liams upon the acceptable manner in
which he has served in this position, and
if re elected we are confident he will
c mtinue to make a most acceptable
Treasurer, aud reflect great credit upon
his satisfactory management of the
Yes, we sell “Eastern Shoes.”
Bay State Shoes are “Eastern
Shoes,” We sell the Bay State
Brogan? and Bell’s at one dollar
a pair. Star Store.
Mnv such flood the market. Bo
t*nic Blo.xl Balm i* a odium tenuously
c mpounded m-dicine, the re ult of
f rty year* practice bv an eminent
iiliyah-imi. It is the best blood pu*i
rier ever 'ffered to the public, and is
guaranteed to cure if given a fair trial.
[Yi it for all skin and blood diseases,
including catarrh and rheumatism in
its worst form One bottle ofitcon
ains more cirative and building-up
virtu** than a doze.i of any other kind.
Pry “The Old Reliable’' See adver
f OMMEXCEMENT EXERCISES OF
Sunday, June 10th, 11 a. m..—
Commencement Sermon, Dr. J. W. Rob
erts, Atlanta, ua.
Monday, June 11th, 9:30 a. m.,—
Freshman Declamations aud Recitations.
8:00 p. m,, —
Primary, Intermediate, and Academic
Tuesday, June 12th. 9:30 a. tn., —
Sophomore Declamations and Recitations
10:30 a. m., —
Literary Address,—Hon. O. H. B.
Bloodwortb, Forsyth, Ga.
8:00 p. m.
Exhibition of Ciceronian and Sigma'
Wednesday, June 13tb, 9:30 a.m., —
Juuior Declamations aud Recitations.
8:00 p. m..—
Concert by Music Class.
Whiskers that arc prematurely gray
or laded should be coioicd to prevent
the look of age, and Buckingham’s
D.eex elsall others in coloring brown
Two years ago Prof. Blasingame as
serted that Jackson Institute could aud
would prepare girls for entrance into the
senior class of the Female Colleges of the
state. Miss Lizzie Slaughter completed
the course at Jackson Institute last
spring and last week graduated at the
Southern F* male College, LaGrange.
The curriculum is higher now than
ever before and no parent ne* and have any
fear that their daughters will notenter
the senior class at college, when *hey
J have satisfactorily completed the course
Moral—Send your daughter to Jack
son Institute, aud save from $250 to S3OO
Go to Cohen’s if you want a
bargain. llis motto is to UN
DERSELL and not to be under
AN HOB ORED GEORGIAN.
Hon. James G. Phinazee, of Monroe
county, was in Atlanta on ye*>terday.
Mr. Phinazee is one of Monroe couuty’s
best citizens. He was for several years
a representative from Monroe county in
the Georgia legislature and has held
other offices of trust and honor. He was
ohairmau of the board of commissioners
of roads and revenues in Monr e for a
number of years aud was largely instru
mental in placiug the affairs of the county
on a safe basis, bringing order out of
confusion which resulted from waste
and extravagance of reconstruction
His counsel and advice are called for
now whenever Monroe’s interests are at
stake. Hie long life oi usefulness prom
ises to be prolonged for many years jet,
Mr. Pliinazefe, the gentl man referred
to above, is an uncle of our famous cot
ton buyer, Mr. Asa Smith, who has a
deep hold on the affections of our people.
Mr. Phinazee was consulted just before
the gubernatorial nomination aud this
graud old man stood then like Monroe
20 pieces GOOD Calicoes at 3c
per yard at Cohen’s.
CURE FOR HEADACHE.
Ah a remedy lor all forms ©t Head
ache E ertric Bitters h *s proven to be
the very In st It • fleets a permanent
cute and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its iuflueu e.
We urge all who are afflicted to j.ro
enre a bottle, and give this remedy a
fair trial. It: cases of habitual con
-ti pat ion Electric Bitters cures bv giv
ing the needed tonic to the bowels,
and few cases long resist the use of
this medicine. Try it ouce Large
bottles only 50c at R. G.Bryans’ drug
EiUi ii Wt;.
Oood smad farm or sale near
Stark in Butts county
Good five room dwelling in the
beautiful town of Flo villa—lot
containing one and one-half
acres, out houses, fencing and
water perfect—we will trade this
property tor property in Jackson
or Jackson Banking Cos stock.
I *-Ve will also sell good farming
land : n close reach of the proper
ty if desired.
Five room dwelling, well fur
nished inside and out, pleasantly
situated, good well of water,
plenty of out buildings, garden,
yard and lot all under good fence.
Four hundred yards from court
house. For sale for less than
you could build the house. Call
and see us it you want a good
home in the best town in the
state. The lot of land upon
which the above property is sit
uated has 95 feet front running
back 210 feet.
Apply to Harmon McDonald.
The BEST Ladies’ Shoes in
town for SI.OO at Cohen’s.
THIS DISCOVERY SAVED HIM.
Mr. G. Cailloue te, druggist, B a
versvibe, lll..says: “To Dr. King’s
New Discovery I owe mv life. Was
taken with L. Grippe ami tried all vf
the physicians for miles about, but ot
no avai , ami was giv<*a up aud told I
could not live. Having Dr. K ng’g
Nmv Discovery in my store, I sent lor
a bottle aud began its use ami f*orn
li.e .first dose b*-gan to get better, aud
alter u>. tig th ee bodies was up and
about agam. It is worth its weight
in g*-Id. We won’t keep store or
h'-use whin ut it.’’ Get a trial bottle
tree at R. G. Bryan*’ drug 6tore.
BARGAINS in Shoes aud
Slip era at Cohen’s.
“Orange Blossom” gives immediate
relict and permanently cure* all dis
eases peculiar to ladies. Sold by W.
A lady can drive the wildest
horse, in perfect safety, with one
of those safety bits. Call on A.
G. Hitchins and see them.
Many use Ayer’s Sarsaparilla as an
“appetizer,” because it is such a fine