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DEATH OF MISS NANCY PATE
The Demise of This Young Lady Oc
o|rretf Monday at 2-30 A. M.
Perhaps 'thel saddest death in
the history c/^Cordele was the
death ->f Miss y Pate, which
occurrAS parent| at, iY A v home of
Mr • a-old Mrs. J. g.
last Mon da >> / Turning at 2:30
o’cloc Somi III eigh| week s ago while in
her usial with pijbture of health she
wastajjftn la grippe which
later flet*lowed hi to a complica
tion •'XpecJteiialXut cifWtiejlses. three Her weeks death was
fk’ut she fa,lied and it was thought
for sjbme +V ue that she might re
COVl Knvever, sorqe three or
fouflLdays previous to her death
herValmosf superhum/a exhibiteDfcuring strength
an 1 vitaliy, all
hei|- illnes,!* began to % l \her. She
.-oil Id ho f out no IWbAJj and
Prou’/tf^cl by relative^ and loved
- es. shej quietly yielded lier con
serrated (fe to her Creator who
diji-w allpings for our good and
|HM ir •jas 21 years old. She
graoHuafd at Wesleyan Female
Coy* 1ie'a8«â€“f fifteen i| and
led her classes. <he joined the
IVIeth odist church nbout three
ears ago, and beg? hving a
.iVoreat hWipy, Christian life art devoted ^ Ep
deal of time to
w \orlft Learie, Sunday-scbfjVk 1 ’*
othfeY Christian work.
? / Iqiv. Elam Culpepper, a lw
Sundays ago, gave a true i.nsigf Ae s£®
lo hjr Christian life when
'hat after hey conversion. *’ 7 lie
‘U'jed to atte| fheairesuiM Wl!1 -
,:o oi |
indeed to take part in ,'nytliingl
shat would detract from her re
: igion or influence her fqends in
me wrong direction. appropriately
The home was wa*
decorated; the casket covered
with white brocaded plfsh, and
hagy kind friends caj 0 ^ ^ ur_
ng Monday to pay their^ as f re "
The funeral servic 5 were
onducted by the past r > Rev.
b \V. Weston, at the A jthodist
'hurch Tuesday mornm at | 10
.’’clock. The church was croVr e( l
vith people and many tear 11 !
yes could Iqe seen in the auclien» e *
:’he minister preceecled the«ask*L
vhich was laden with beautr. 11 !
loral offerings, up the isle of D©
.•hurch. The casket with i|s co fL 1
fonts was borne by Messrs.,iC.
McKenzie, H. B. Palmer, W. lL
omith and A. M. Stead ; six youig
tidies dressled i-a white acted jS
honorary pa,11 bearers. They were
Miss Susie Blue, Mias Lillie Ray
Miss Belle Watson,. Miss ViolN
Bush, Miss Louise Killian,
The remains were interred in
Sunny Side cemetery.
Rip Vtin Winiclf.
Last Saturday night at the
opera house the Dobson â€“ ling
company presented audienci “Rip fan
Winkle” to a good reselling Mr.
Samuel, W. Glenn rep
“Rip” is inimitable. Tjhe enked <4 ; re
perfomance, in fact, wa ,
by those who were in at em aice.
The company went from C^r.ele
to Americas. I
Nervous weakness jcolpf TV* tion
of the heart indicates disonler iu the
stomach and chgestion. 1’rficklr Ash
Bitters is a wonderful .«emel;r in
such snd regulates cases. li the cleanses, stomaoh, strij'n jjiv'ir thens and
bowels, heart removes the causil of the
and symptoms and buiiAls I up a
strong vigorous body. Bdd by
Cash Drug Store.
,20 lots in Cordele, Ga., u^nimproved,
east of G. 3. â€“ F. Railroad Will sell
cheap for casfi. Will or exebant part ca In balance
ffind good terms locality. i ii house
Gall lot in jjood iwrite, J. IE.. , Kifittv.
entine 11# S' 1
W. 15. Munifoi'd Com in it.
W. E. Mumford, president of
the Georgia Industrial Home for
friendless children, will lecture in
Cordele on next Sunday. His
subject will b°, “Poor Folks.” We
are not iuformed where his lec
ture will take place, but suppose
!,o will be at one of the churches.
The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Cordele Com
press was held here on last Tues
day, 28th inst., one hundred and
niifilty shares being represented.
The following directors were
elected: G. W. Dwelle, M. M.
Stewart, R. G. Daniel, W. B.
Folmar and Edward Stallings.
Mr. Geo. W. Dwelle was elected
president, Mr.M. M. Stewart vice
president, Mr. R. G. Daniel sec
retary ai!d treasurer.
The compress has been thor
oughly overhauled and is now in
first-clast condition for next fall’s
work. President Dwelled head
quarters is at Savannah, Ga.
No Right to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in
face, form and temper will.always
have friends, but one who would
be attractive must keep hqr health.
If she is weak, sickly and all run
down, she will be nervous and ir
ritable. If she has constipation
or kidney trouble, her impure
blood will cause pimples, blotches,
skin eruption and a wretched com
plexion! Electric Bitters is the
best mefiicmffi stL-jjh, in the world to reg
ulate liver and kidneys
and tof,.iri/ 0 “>t 'Wdfiod, It gives
strong vety’i'Lt:ocomplexion. riofV write. njjft%yes smooth,
ve 1 It
wilTraake a good-looking, charm
ing woman of a run-down invalid,
Only 50 cents at the City Drug
Get Rid of The Ground Mole.
v gentleman in Dooly
Inf; discovered a way by which
th\ ground mole—pests to the
— can be exterminated.
Th(Ufarmer in question had a
number of post holes dug, and
as they had remained some time
before “.hey were filled with the
posts, lie was looking into them
moles, and discovered many contained
Ame dead, others alive.
This ga\\ him an idea. So now
he says tlL very best and cheap
est way mf exterminating the
ground m4 ( es is to first find the
direction oytheir run then dig a
hole 2 or 5$ feet deep and the
little pests will imprison them
Hypnotism Vaught by Mail.
Large lesson p^tage, Lee. Address, with
cents to pay S. J. Page,
Secretary DoubleSpVings, Southetti School of Hyp- 3i
notism, Ala. [3 ly
Corn planting is going on ir.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Jt Wival Stripling are
re 3 oicin S °v er the of a
fine § irl b aby at theft home,
Several of our you â€“ people at
;e ” ded a sin 8 ili e at ^ rid S es In ‘
'-’he singing was collected
? r *l A “ F “ Bfcrr ^ " ith assist -
^ of Messi ; s “ Carsou Ban,es
a " d B - B Bridges. il ese are
g idjlemen of fine traits. I
T^ere is a great deal sick
niss through this sectiori. '
Mrs. F. M. Stripling ' ai: her
lifclw son, Johnnie, are viliting
M;s. Stripling’s son, Mr. 3. J.
StlpHog, near Wenona.
jlder P. G. McDonald wil be
at is regular appointment next
firs Saturday and Sunday befere.
An* we expect to meet. our very
bee girl there with that Easter
hat'll. M. S.
rfekly Ash Bitters cures diseases
stUthenfSHer^sSSch sale by Cash Drug aSd
CORDELE. GA., FRIDAY. MARCH 31 . 1899.
SCANDRETT AND CUTTSCASE
Quo Warranto Occupied Most of 5th
and Last Week Dooly Court.
Vienna, Ga., Mch. 30, 1899. '
Special to The Sentinel:
The famous quo warranto case has
taken up the week in superior court
at Vienna this week, his honor Judge
W. B. Butt of Chattahoochee circuit
presiding. Some 200 witnesses frqm
Cordele have been here and Vienna has
been alive this week around the court
house. The case has been hotly con
tested. Cols. Jones and Hall made
speeches for contestant* Scandrett,
while'Cols. Hawkins and Sheppard re
plied for contestee Cutts. Tax Col
lector Scott swore to many tax fi. fas
against Cutts’voters but good many
receipts were shown against them.
City Clerk Shipp swore to many steet
tax fifas against Scandrett’s voters but
Judge Butt, ruled most of them out.
The case has been an expensive one.
The cases of the aldermen will not be
taken up this week.
At 3 o’clock p. m., the jury had pot
agreed upon a verdict.
Street Tax Notice.
All male residents be tween ages of
18 and 50 years who have resided in
the city of Cordele, Ga., 30 days from
date are subject to worn the streets
ten days, or pay a street tax of 13.00
By order of Mayor and Council.
W. W. Shipp.
April 1st, 1»99. Clk. â€“ Treat*.
The G. â€“ A. Shoofly.
The authorities of the G. â€“ A.
railroad have at last consented to
put on a shoofly train, and nex 4
Sunday the new rA,«dal» will
commenced. It will be
tween Abbeville and Americus.
This will be a great convenience to
the people along its line, and is
something the citizens of Ameri
cus—and more especially the
merchants of that place—have
worked hard to get in operation.
The merchants of Cordele will
now have an opportunity to gain
new shoppers, if tliey will offer the
right kind of inducements.
Editor of The Progress.
Rev. J. M. Kelley, editor of the
Vienna Progress, has personally
taken us by the right hand and
tendered us his best wishes.
Bro. Kelley has already so im
proved the general appearance of
his paper that one would personally hardly
know it, and. while we
returned our best wishes, here is
publicly extending the same hand
both to Bro. Kelley aui the Pro
Ready For Grinding.
We have re-built the Mill for
merly known as the Dick Smith
mill, on Gum Creek, and are ready
fer grinding. Your patronage
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
3-24-4t Gum Creek Farm Mil! Co.
Sheriff’s Notice. <$>
4> Notice is hereby given to all concerned that
^ from and after the 23rd day of March, 1809, <â€“
<§> the advertisements of Sheriff’s Sales for the <§> <^>
County of Dooly will ho published in THE
# CORDELE SENTINEL, at Cordele, Ga.,
in said county, instead of the Vienna Progress X
<$> in Vienna, Ga. This March 23rd, 1800. <$> 1
J. W. ROBERTS,
<$> Sheriff* Dooly County. ^
1'f-lcrs â€“ Walters Comedy Co.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights of this week—with mati
i ! nees Friday and Saturday—our
people will bn entertained at the
opera house by the Peters â€“
Walters Comedy Co. The com
j P aQ Y comes well recommended
j and 0Ur P e ° ple eXpect to 660 S ° m f
I 15 uil<!in” Notes.
Alderman J. M. Davis is build
ing a handsome two-story resi
deuce on Eleventh Avenue,
Mr. McEachin will at once be
gin the erection of a nice dwell
ing house on Eleventh Avenue.
Mr. J. P. Hughes expects to
build a, beautiful house at an
j Mr. W. A. Webster has pur
chased 25 leet front, next to and
adjoining the Holland House, on
the east, and will at once erect a
j new brick store house,
Mr. J. A. Laseeter is having
his house remedied and enlarged.
When completed it will be a pret
ty and comfortable residence.
Uiy wife lias used Chau berlain’s Pain
Balm for rheumatism with great re
lief, and I can recommend it as a
splendid liniment for rheumatism and
other household use for which we have
found it valuable.—W J Cuyler, Red
Creek, N. Y.
Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading
merchants of this yillage and one of
the most prominent men in this vicin
ity.—W G Phippin, editor Red Creek
Herald. For sale by J B Ryals â€“ < o,
A Man of Pluck.
“Mrs. Grimes, the wife of a
very poor man, |>ecame the mother
of twin boys on Sunday evening,”
said last week’s Telfair Enter
prise. “She was taken with con
vulsions and came near dying dur
lin K the ni « ht - Next mornin * tile
lived caught on fire and the hus
band picked her up and carried
her out into a field, with the twins
and two other children, where lie
left them while he returned to the
burning house and succeeded in
extinguishing the fire, after it had
burned a third of ihe roof off. He
soon nailed boards over the burned
place and brought his family in,
and all are doing well.”
Eatonton, Ga., I
January 30, 1899. (
Messrs. H. J. Lamar â€“ Sons,
Gentlemen—We herewith enclose
you order for one gross “L. L. L.”
Lamar’s Lemon Laxative. Our sales
on this preparation are rapidly in
creasing. I have used it in my fam
ily with entire satisfaction, and take
great pleasure in recommending it
to my customers,and consider it the
best liquid preparation for the liver
on the market. Very truly,
Chas. F. Tatum, Druggist.
For sale by all Druggists.
All this talk about the girls rav
ing over the boys is bosh; they
think more of one Easter hat
than they do of ten boys,
The world is awakening to the
wonderful revelations of Hypnotism.
Every one should learn this science.
Do you want to learn it? Certainly.
Then send your address, with 4 cts.,
to pay postage, to 55. J. Page, Sect.
Southern School of Hypnotism,
Double Springs, Ala. 3 31 ly
We learn that Bill Wallace is
g^j^^tending schc ' ifil- 111
led f ^ ille aad Bas be<i ’ J te
POINTED PARAGRAPHS PENCILED FOR PEOPLE TO PERUSE
Short Squibs Telling About Polks You Know and You Don’t Know,—Other
Newsy Notes of Interest to The Public,
Only a baby
‘Thout any hair,
‘Cept just a little
Fuzz here, and there.
Only a babyl
^Nnme you have none;
Barefoot and dimpled
Sweet little one.
Vienna had lots of visitors this
Rev. II. C. Hyde was in Albany
last Saturday. >
Judge Butt spent last Sunday
night in Cordele.
Mr. S. C. Collins was up from
Col. Woodward, of Vienna,
was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Jesse Clements, of Arabi,
was in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. Loam Brown returned Sun
day from a visit to Vienna.
W- A. Hawkins has moved in
bis handsome home on 14th Ave.
Mr. J. L. S. Brown, of Arabi,
made Cordele a visit one day this
Everybody should work for the
Chautauqua. Let’s make it a suc
Dr. A. R. Royal, a prominent
physician at Abbeville, died last
Miss Cliff Whitehead, of Vien
na. has been visiting in Cordele
August Myers has moved' his
tailoring outfit from Tifton to
Mr. H. W. Campbell was over
in Irwin county on a business
trip last week.
Miss Fuqua has returned to her
home at Fuqua, accompanied by
Miss Pet Whitsett.
Rev. J. W. Weston went down
to Tifton this week to attend a
Mr. O. M. Killian, one of Cor
dele’s prominent citizens, was in
Albany last Saturday.
Mrs. B. A. Wood, of near Rich
wood, went down to Arabi to visit
relatives last Tuesday.
Messrs. W. J. Whitfield and
J. I. Hatfield, of Hardinsville,
were in the city Tuesday.
Cols. Thomson and Whipple
have been in attendance at Wil
cox Suprior court this week.
Messrs. Mason Doughtrv, Sam
Felder and Will Snow spent last
Sunday afternoon in Vienna.
Miss Clyde Heard, of Vienna,
lias taken the place of Miss Ellis
in the telegraph office, the latter
Messrs. W. R. Harris, H. R.
and J, C. Fenn, three substantial
farmers from near Warwick, were
in the city Tuesday.
Our people receive the news
with pleasure that a shoofly train
will be put on the G. â€“ A. road
Have you noticed the show win
dow at the R. D. Hearn Grocery
Company’s store ? A pretty dis
play of things good to eat.
Mr. D. T. Doughtry lost by fire
lastSaturday afternoon twenty
five or thirty cords of wood. The
fire originated from burning
The Southern Hotel at Vienna,
run by our genial sheriff, and
other nice eating places in Vien
na for the Cordele voter to
strengthen the physical man that
he may better withstand the con
test, have done a thriving busi
ness this w r eek. “It’s an ill wind
that blows no good.”
Hirst Class Job
Work done at the
NO. 40 .
Mr. Z. Hardin, of Hardineville,
was m the city Monday. He
says he has 1,000 pounds of meat,
150 pounds of lard, and a lot of
other home products for sale.
Miss Annie Sheppard has re
turned to her home in Vienna,
after a visit here. While in Cor
dele she was the guest of the
Rev. J - J. Hyman and Miss
Amanda Be Igood, of Arabi, spent
Wednesday morning with friends
in the city. Tliey were eii route
to Savannah to attend the State
Miss Annie Hamilton came
down from Vienna last Saturday
to see “Rip Van Winkle” at the
opera house Saturday night. She
returned home on Sunday morn
Miss Belle Watson and CoJ. W.
H. Dorris are delegates from here
to the Epworth League convention
at Columbus, which convenes on
Have you seen them? Those big
soda water glasses at Jim Francis’
fount hold enough. His place is
VHE place—but go around to the
Suwahee block, and he’ll tell you
Mr. H. D. Smith is pushing the
manufacture of his plough fender.
Messrs. Rugely â€“ Jones have
formed a partnership with him.
They expect to sell a large num
ber to the furmer-crtniV ke'fsbnT*"^
A call for meeting of veterans
at Vienna Mch. 81st (to-morrow)
has been issued by Mr. I. S. Las
seter, commander Dooly County
camp. The purpose of the meet
ing is to select delegates to the
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Waits, of
Rich wood, were guests of the fami
ly of Mr. B. P. O’Neal last Sun
day. They returned home Sun
day afternoon, accompanied by
Mrs. Waits’ mother, who had
been spending some time here
with Mr. O’Neal’s family.
One of his friends told us that
Alvin Roberts is down in Berrien
county driving a 2:40 horse and
“elocuting”. One thing peculiar
about Alvin’s fast horse—he never
has to hitch him. Alvin carried
all his musical instruments along,
and the mocking birds dare not
chirp in his hearing.
Last Friday afternoon many
patrons and friends of the public
school enjoyed the rendition of a
very creditable program by the
sixth, seventh and eighth grades.
The exercises were held at the
school house and consisted in
reviewing and discussing English
and American authors, recitations,
vocal and instrumental music.
For Sale —Good top buggy with
good set of harness, worth at least
$50.00; or will exchange for an
iron safe. Cordele Sentinel.
Mr. J. C. Mingledorf received
the report of the examiners for
license to practice law Saturday,
and now lie is a full-fledged colo
nel. Mr. Mingledorf finished
his course in reading last July
and has been waiting until the
present time for his admission to
Mr. F. H. Graves opened his
new restaurant last Friday even
ing with a free supper, Hal
knows exactly-how to set a table
that is tempting to the appetite
and that which he sets before his
guests is sufficient to appease the
most rapacious appetite. Hal
had so many good things to eat
and drink, we cannot “beer” to