Clothing and Cents' Furnishings.
Our stock is in tune with the demand. Just what is sought after
ihc most can he found at our place.
What the season, style and trade wants we have. We respectfully
ask you to give ns a call
WILEY L. SMITH,
• 23 HILL 3THEET, GRIFFIN, GA
Tangle Foot Fly Paper 25 dou
ble sheets for 35c.
With every 10c. worth Insect
Powder we will give a sprinkler
to apply it with.
CARLISLE & WARD
New Lot Beans Just Received.
Now tu the lime to plant your second crop.
A Do Watermelon and Cantaloupe Seed tor late planting.
Medicines of all Kinds.
Everything kept in a First Class Drug Store.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
J- N. HARRIS & SON.
Fresh Water Melons, first of the
season at rock bottom prices.
G. W CLARK & SON.
CHEAPEST GROCERS IX TOW X.
V,’ s -Ww\
J. M. SEARS.
Che Evening Call.
GRIFFIN, GA., JUNE 22, 1809.
IMH ee over Davis’ Hardwar Sto> •
TELEPHONE NO. 22.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL DOTS.
OR. J. M. THOMAS,
.PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office: No. 23j Hill street, stairway
next to R. P. McWilliams & Son. Tele
phone 27, 2 rings,
Jas M. Spurlin, of Liwry, vi-i’ed
this city today.
Rufus Buchanan, ol Liberty Hill,
spent today in this ciiy.
Mr. and Mrs. J M. Sims of I. berty
Hill, were in the city n ! y
Judge T. J B a siugsme, of Zebulon,
spent today with friends in this city
I v<>u i chickens have the - ’i t-'>s ad,
try M :n’k 'e Sure Cun' f, • r Sin -H ul.
l< \ i i'lli <• t h>m For s . ■■■ b .
lia i. I) Ci irk 20 IE st.
J -1 i I h ewry !. n A’ •
; lan I a
RO' > • Cruucii in ><! a Im.- - ■ trip
! tu Aila nt a 11 d- v.
1! L Du I•> a i'< 1 hi< !a ■ ■ tri at
! Viney Mil '
M i B-t l h Mcir.re, <fZte . i r '
j today w ih lr-ml. in this, ci!
. Vi- .1 Q B> >
i spenrlit i few days in A tian’a
l iemdii ati ns this alt.-rtio n were;
i 1 P J.n.t s, of the C rnrmrctalt
i a _en 11
f -a d ■ a
' • !(• a! fi. r-
Im■ n I
1. i: is l..i< ilt i to say conci t ttitig the !
faults of olhets
Mis Cara Mad-hx has -.inr- d
from a p'cHr.nt '.i,- ■ n. M Curtis!
Arnolt at Senoia
Mrs. R. A Gordo; and t’e son ;
! returned today fn>m i visit to their *
r 1 ives at Pai is, Ga
Mns'G iruia Yocul.of Like < ity,l
’ Fin., is visiting Mr . .A. L, Quaititance,
at Expeiiuieut, tor some lime.
Judge John 1. Hall came up from
1 I ALicon tins ni -neng and spent the
I<l I}' in toise: y( u : busi;., ss
Mrs V. J Noi then ci me <!<> ans n on
i Atlanta 'bis no rnii g and is being
■ p'easantly t nlert .itied Io !- • ti any
i Griffin tn- : d .
, Mrs. Tai s J Wbile and sweet iilt’.e
daughter, Miss Georgianna White, left
JUST RECEIVED TODAY.
54 Fine Frying Chickens. 20 and
25cts. First come first served.
75 Boston Hams weighing 3 to Gibs.
Will only coat you 10c per pound and
just as good as any ham.
Fresh lot of good Tea, Green, Black
Freeh crate Pine Apples and Lem
M WELL & EDWARDS.
today for Finley, Ohio, where they
will spend several weeks visiting rela
If your little chickens are sick and
weak, use Magic Poultry Food. It will
cure them. Lewis D Clauk,
20, Hill St
Mr. anti Mr.-. W. Redding, of Au
gusia, who arc on their bridal
tour, are spending a few days with
Col. and Mrs I; J Redding, a! Ex
A special train of 18 cars leaded with
government mules passed through this
morning enroute from Savannah to
■ f Chickamauga. Thisis the second train
of mules Ibis week.
John H Casteel, supervisor of the
second division of the Central railroad,
went down to Forsyth this morning to
superintend the laying of a side track
for the new depot at that place.
Col. W. E Wooten, of Albany, who
was a major in the First regiment
stationed at Camp Northen last year,
was in the city for a short while this
morning while enroute to Atlanta.
Lambert’s Death to Lice and Mites
l will kill lice and mites on chickens.
For sale by Lewis 1). Clark,
20, Hill St.
I’rof and Mrs. -Daniel Gilliard, of
Dahlonega, are spending several days
in this city the guests of Mr. and Mrs
T A Berry. I’rof Gilliard It- .di a
J i responsible position in the I niv- r.-tty
a' I) .blo.tega
the condition of Mr. J I’. Saw ell
■be nsiderid very serion- b his min
dly and physician. He has been con
■ fined to Ids lied h,r several weeks and
. ja daily growing weaker Ir nt the dis-
< is, wh’-'li is billing medical
E sou In-re wjli be foun-t an adver
tisement i .l I y nerd Dyspe. a Remedy
' —l’,; gii-ate-t P-niedy ' r alluviating
i all dis, iti-s c,i iisc,, by dy sp- j ;1 1 which
has vet be n discovered It you are
tr tibled with dyspej e i or indigestion
take Tyii- rs Dyspepsia Ib-m-dy and
A member <1 the Grillin Ritlif,
while at Warm Spring*, caiied on liie
b- -t gir', who lived about two miles
dr ant. While in tin pail r talking,
| a d>'ail squad appeared nr n the
scene, i ml at the | r >te-t o’' b- i h boy
j and girl, cm rie l t betray void soldier
i back to camp. (Bu ss wh<
1! v. W G. Woodbridge, pi.'iir of
the Presbyterian church cd this city,
I has had the degree of D I) -nt ft tried
up him by F.rskin college o‘ Due West,
IS (' Dr Woodbridge i- one of the
I a!d<-■ divines in this statr-, a- d it is a
. source of p a ire t i hi* rii my frit nds
Ito know that this tin ii4i-t I*. i r has
As ,i result of a slight e. ident at j
< ■ Ilin, Cpl A F I is ~d a por
i i f tin "nrltrn mi ••••}• train
crew 1. ,v< been suspend-<1 ly the
i Suu ihi r n c flic ia Is fol an ir. •. -si ig a' on.
1 t‘ne accident consisted in the derail I
■ ing of a car, a not n/ri qu nt occur- |
r nee, w bile - witching aliriu! in Gris-
I tin The incident, though a rather
(trivial one, was decmeu important
enough for an investigation, and tem
porary rii-|-.i nsii n o' th< conductor
and a jolt: nol tl.- crew was l.«c',
j Their friends trust that tl . .cl: , me
1 out alright —Columbus E quire
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Dr. M. A Simmons Idver Modi irte
has a nan rial reputation. (-■.-■ t
over about sixty years, as a most suc
cessful Liver Regulator.
Bitt ,-HY, June 21.-J. H. Woods, of
Digby, spent Tuesday night with Mr. and
Mrs. !’.<«. Head.
We arc ylart to not- ti, ,i Mr . Fannie
McElhency t ■ !>< t.lei ;a. tbi- tun-
Mi i Clyde Bell, (.! ELfoi, visited Mr.
and Mrs. IL -L Bell! iinday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. -nc-i Syk«, of Orchard
Hill, spent Sun ' \ with relatives here.
Rev. and Mrs m -ph Head made a trip
to Atlanta Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim O’Reat, of Liberty
Hill, -pent Sunday here with the latter’s
parents, Air. and Airs. J. F. Chapmen.
Miss Kate Goddard, who has been visit
ing relatives at Elgin, returned home Sun
Jett Moore, of Elgin, was here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Head visited Atlanta
Several of us attended preaching at
Midway Sunday, and report a fine
sermon and large crowd.
J. G. Barrow, of Orchard Hill, spent
Sunday here with his daughter, Mrs. I’. R.
W. 8. Colbert made a business trip to
Walter Head went to Griffin Saturday.
J. Nipper, of Atlanta, was here Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. Jos. Head arc visiting
relatives in Pike.
Carson Clark, of Griffin, was here Mon
— ■ -«► - ••
Erave Men Fall
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
I troubles as well as women, and all feel the
I results in loss of appetite, poisons in the
blood, backache, nervousness, headache
I and tired, listless, run-down feeling. But
■ there’s no need to feel like that. Listen to
J. W. Gardner, Idaville, Ind. He says
| “Electric Bitters are just the thing for a
) I man when he is all run down, and don’t
’ care whether he lives or dies. It did more
to give me new strength and good appetite
; than anything I could take. I can now
eat anything and have a new lease on life.’'
. Only 50 cents, at J. N. Harris & Eon’s or
Carlisle & Ward’s drug store. Every bot
> “Will son.e one in the class,” asfced
1 the teacher of rhetoric, give a better
, form to the sentence, ‘John can ride
i the mule if ho wants to?'”
“‘John can tide the mule if the
5 mule wants him to,’” said the boy
, with the bad eye— Tribune.
TEE MODERN BEAUTY
Thrives on good food and sunshine, with
i plenty of exercise in the open air. Her
firm glows with health and her face
j blooms with its beauty. If her system
| needs the cleansing action of a laxative
I remedy, she uses the gentle »and pleasant
I Syrup of Figs, made by the California Fig
I Syrup Co. only.
—— - -
A Good Excuse.—‘ They say Ruesell i
, m» re t' .. ‘I ) a
minute.” “Well, if that’s the ease, yr u
can hard y blame tin- ;..d man i’.,r not i
j wanting to s!i,p fir tn -i:- ' —’’hi ’acoj
Timei -H ■-raid.
Bed Hot From the Gun
Was the hall that hit G. IJ, Steadman of j
New Ark, 3H< h., in the ( ivil War. It
caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment
helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen’s Ar
nica Salve cured him. Cures Cuts, Bruises
Burns,Boils, Felons, Corns, Skin Erup
tions. Best Pile cure on earth. 25 cents
, a box. Cure guaranteed. So’ Iby J. N.
i Harris A Son and Carlisle A Ward, Irug
Y ung Metres —“I o .n’t • aby
! you should lea-. ■ hm> h • suddenly I'm
1 sure I ve done » 1 I c; tld to help you
; with the housework, and I bnv-’ done
I a.I the Ci ...king Maid —“V- -’m, that’s
what’s the matter.” “What is?’ “I
can’t stand y'r c<»okit N-iv Yrk
State of < into, City of Toledo, )
Lt ( VS Cot NTT. f S 3.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath taat he i
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that -aid firm will pay the urn of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
| and every ease of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Ball's CAT»Hun
Ct he. FBANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscrib 1 in
my presence, this nth day of December \
A. W. GLEASON,
Hall’s ('atarrh Cure is akin internally,
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system Send for testimo
nials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
t-iild by druggists, 75c.
Hall’s Family Pills an the best.
Quick Sales. Prompt Returns.
SAVANNAH MARKET CO.,
Wholesale Produce and Commission
Foreign and Dcifiestic Fruits, Chickens,
Butter, Eggs, Potatoes, Cnions, Early
Vegetables, Fish and Game.
Writs for Daily Quotations, Shipping To.gs
and Stencils. Special attention given ■
orders from tna trade- ’ (
I Wc will buy your Melon Crops at Highest 1
Cash figures. 1
Wire coops, egg cases and butter pails free ;
We pay highest prices for poultry, eggs f
and dairy products.
242 W. Broad St. Savannah. Ga. ]
FLEIVIISTER & BRIDGES,
Contemplating a change in the line of
our business Sept. Ist, next, we have deter
mined to place on sale our entire stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
In fact every* item in our stock, at great
sacrifice in price for the next 60 days for
Parties having accounts with us can have goods charged
at regular prices.
You can save from 10 to 50 per cent, on your purchases during this
sale. This will prove the GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR MONEY
SAVING you have experienced since our Fire Sale of 1898.
Flemister & Bridges
Shoes and Slippers,
ALL SIZES AND LATES STYLES.
We have too many low quarter
ed Shoes, and have decided to sell
them very much below their real
worth, so we have made another
great cut in prices.
Drew Selby & Co. make the most
stylish Oxford Shoes known to the
trade. We have them in all the
Reduced in price to close them out.
Great bargains in everything in Dry
Goods,Clothing, Hats and Millinery.
! miss our Shoe Sale.
REGARDLESS OF AGE
T 5 kidte.s-ire responsible for more
•1c . .-. suffering, and deaths than any
oth r organs of the body.
A majority of the ills afflicting people
today is traceable to kidney trouble. It
pt rva.l -s all classes of society, in all cli
mate\ regardless of age, sex or condition.
Th< > nntoms of kidney trouble are un
mistak.. '>, !ch as rheumatism,neuralgia
sleepier - .u-s, pain or dull ache in the back
a desiie to urinate often day or night, pro
fuse or scanty supply.
Uric acid, or brick-dust deposit in urine
are signs of clogged kidneys, causing pois
oned ant germ-tilled blood. Sometimes
the heart act? badly, and tube casts (wast
ing of the kidneys) are found in the urine,
which if neglected will result in Bright’s
Disease, the most dangerous form of kid
All these symptoms and conditions are
promptly removed under the influence of
Dr. KI mer’s Swamp-Root. Ithasa world
wide reputation for its wonderful cures of
the most distressing cases.
N<> one need be long without it as it is
so easy to get at any drug store at fifty
cents or one dollar. You can have a sam
ple bottle of this wonderful discovery,
Swamp Root, and a book telling all about
it, bo';; sent to you absolutely free by mail
Send • our address to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., and kindly mention
that you read inis liberal offer in the Mid
th.r, Georgia Farmer 0
Tax Receiver's Notice.
1 will be at the different pl -c--
i days mentioned below, for the purp ,,st .''
; receiving state and county Taxes i<>r 1
• year 1899: ,„ n .
Districts. April. May-
Mt. Zion k
Line Creek <>
Cabin 11 9 „
On Orr's days will beat my l
cept the days named aliove 1 will I ■
office in L. C. Manley’s store until thel ■
of Ju v, when my books will be ‘
11. T. JOHNsON.
Tax Receiver Spalding I ounty,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office over Griffin Hanking Co- - (,| ,t
Represents the best and ' ,’.7.
Fire. Accident and Sick Benefit In*
Companies in the country. _
, , I ...... . «... amt S ill. .rl. r ■ '
, . .uuruo
b-'"■ ' " ’ '
ued J;.>...dct % V pr*
Sterling Remedy <’> Chwrt"