'CON TELEGRAPH: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY I, 1804.
_ Attention called to extrnorq
selling out at cost, and don ! t you
talk. It is. business to make a piv
of merchants become over-stocketi
line, and we propose to give you
French organdies, beautiful in design,
tinted grounds, colored figured, nil tho
combinations, at 25 cents.
Never before have you seen theft*
goods offered for less ttian 40 rents.
5,000 yards colored dotted swtss, v.erl
25 cents; for Monday 10 conts.
2,000 yards China mulls, dimities, bat
iste, lawn, which, considering quality,
are offered at the astonishing price of
7 cents. '] 'i
WILL MEET HERE
The North Macon District Methodist
Conference Will Conveno at the
East Macon Church Thursday
MANY DELEGATES ARE COMING
Read the Church Directory and Decide
. Where to Go to Worship—Place*
for People of All Religious
That’s what our competitors say
when they read our “ads.”
white striped dimity for
•ents a yard.
m tor 40 cents
tor 40 cents
muslin for 40 cents
s to a customer,
tch your breath we will
ttle trunks, Roundtree's
ay is the best thing out.
Don't go on ybur summer trip without
THESE ARE HUMMERS.
10 yards satin striped black lawn for
10 yards figured and striped lawn for
10 yards best standard call.-o for 60
10 yards black ground colored figured
chally for 50 cents.
10 yards towelling crash for 60 cents.
10 ynrda black ground figured organdy
10 yards lace stripe scrim fbr 50 cents.
10 yards yard-wide Sea Island for DO
10 yards 33-lnch white India lawn for
10 yards navy blue, white dot, organ
dy for SO cents.
The services in the churches today will
be as usual, all of the pastors filling their
pulpits at the regular hour morning and
The North Macon D|strlct Conference of
• the Methodist Church will convene In tho
Past Macon Methodist church on next
. Thursday morning at 9 o’clock. The North
Macon district Is composed of the Mul
berry street church, the Vlnevllle, Man
chester and East Macon churches in Ma
con and of all the pastoral charges In
.Wilkinson, Twiggs, Washington, Jeffer-
< 'sortVand Glascock counties.
Dr. O. A. Clarke, presiding cider of
th'e. district will preside oVjer the con
ference, and the first religious 'service will
be held Wednesday night at 8 l o’clock, at
which time Rev. E. F. Morgan of Irwln-
ton will preach. Rev. W. W. Stewart
of Sandersville will preach Thursday
morning at U o'clock .and each, night at
8 o'clock, tphe conference will last all
the week* r
Tho good Methodists of East Macon,
Rev. Mr. Weston's^lock, are preparing
to give the visitors that same kind of
welcome that is always extended by East
Macon people, and they will spare no ef
fort to make pleasant the stay of the
. preachers and delegates.
■All Methodists at.- irUcreUed In the
•procccaings ot rtu* ccnference.. and Ita sea.
sions will bo largely uttended. * •> /
A full directory of services in all of
the churches today will be found below:
First.—Rev. G. Braxton Taylor, pastor.
Sermon at 11 a. xn. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m., H. M. Willet, superin
tend-nt. I’rayer meeting Wednesday
3:30 and 7:30 p. m. The public is cordially
South Macon.—Rev. J. C. Solomon, pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
by the bastor. Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30
a. m., J. W. Nichols, superintendent.
East Macon.—Rev. B. J. Coates, pas
tor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and $ p. in.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Prayer meet-
tog at this church on Thursday night.
\ Tattnall Square.—Rev. A. B. .Campbell,
pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., L. T. Shil
lings, superintendent. ,
Vlnevllle—Rev. E. B. Carroll, p.istijr.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by
Mulberry Street.—Rev. A. Monk, pas
Pleaching at 11 a. m. by Dr. Hinton, ind
at 8 p. m. Dr. Monk will preach on ‘An
gelic Guardianship." Sun^' school at
a, m.. Col. Isaac Hardeman, superintend
ent;. Strangers cordially welcomed ^nd
seats are free. i
Firtt Street Methodist Church.—Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by/ the
pastor. Rev. H. R. Felder. Class funt-
ing at 9:33 a. m., J. R. Rice, class Idadcr.
Sunday school at 4 p. m. t 8. E. Chambliss,
superintendent. Fine orchestral niu(-Ic. A
cordial Invitation to all.
Centenary.—Rev. O. B. Chester, fastor.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and * o. in./by the
astor. Love feast at e \ ml SUn-
V school at 3 p. m., J: j. CobbJ suber-
•ndenF. Seats free and everyujdyl In-
th Macon—Experience meeting at 9
d preaching at 11 a. m. by the pas-
Aev. T. W. Ellis. Sunday school at
1 \., W. T. Collins. supt-rintenaeTit.
* 4 ng at 8 p. m. by the pastor,
rctlng each Wednesday night
,ock. Ladies’ Aid Society meets
ednesday afternoon at I o’clock,
me services the public Is in-
vitedM strangers will be given a cor
ing at 7:*
East Rev. J. V. Weston. .
tor. ExpcxV-J meeting at 1C:15 a.
Sermon at «. m. and 8 p. m. by the
pastor. SumA school at 1:30 p. m. Geo.
W. Gantt; i- >1^0tendont.
Grace Ueth» Chuicb.-Rer. J. R.
Owen, pastor. mrcaching at 11
und 7*) p. m. %iyer meeting Wtdftfa
day eveniher at 7% Suntw' schuo; St 3
p. m. All persons^ordlaHy Invited,
a. m. and S p. sn. Holy
Sunday in tho month at
e third Sunday at 7:30
f cat strangers. Seats free
l Chapel—Rev. Martin Da-
° Sunday school at 9:45 a.
ayer and rermon at 11
dnelsday pra< er at 8 p. m.
Oh ipel-Hf,/. Martin Damer
Sur fay school at 3:30 p. in.
prayer land sermon at S p. m.
« :atholic. p
Chui cto.~Rev. J. B. Quinlan,
■>n Sun-lays first mass at
. children’s mass at 9 a. m.; high
/and serrr on at 10:30 a. m. Sunday
rl at 8 p. m. Vespers and benediction
le Most Sacrament aj 7:30 p. m.
Lea for brat. communion every Satur-
at 9 a. n . On week-da>f: Masses
week-days: Masses at 6:30 find 7 a. m.
sses for firs .t communion every Satur
day at 9 a. m. f
* First Presbyt erlan Church-JCorner Mul
berry and Firs t streets. Red W. B. Jen*
ilngs, pastor. »Service at In a. ra. and 8
?. m. Sunday It school at 9io a. m., the
pastor supjnn*lnident. I ;
■ Tattnall Squ uVe.—Rev. S. I* Morris, r».
ID., pastor. 1 reaching at 11 a. m. a<nd
1 p. in. Sabbatic rchool a.' 9:30 a. im.
Prayer service on Wednesday at 7:30 p./m.
£ests free at All service* and all /are
Y. Ai. O.i jl
’» meetfrliv at s.10 1 p. m. :
ng ot 2:Zj). Younj
■ There will 1 r»e divine Services
3ellevue church today ot/u a. m.
I am in m
seventj-[third ye*- and
i I Im|4 been STCot
tried all the
jrtised fior the«e dtawises
rrmuent relief, jtnout one
dlHMse' tueiumc- 0,1 more
nmup form. 1. Doearne
ul lost flesh rapidly. I
i-lng Dr. II Mozeley’s
r I Rained twelve pounds
Intlis. My e reneth nnd
■petit* n::»l tV reatlon wero
■rd, and n<itv t fool fts
Ignreus as 1 ever did in
. L. J. Mi ■r.DRED,
ir GeorRln ^tate Senate.
■ Atlanta, Go., Aur. D,
w York Via the Rich-
of schedule In effect
Macon has double
' id the
I.. 4:25 p. m.
1 m., 8:05 p.m.
and 12 m-I
Irllle. R. and D„ 6:30 p.
lute. R. and D„ 8:2} p.
Hlie. R. and D„ 12:30 a.
Ilngton, R. and O., Till
| York. p. R. R„ i:2j m>
or Macon in mornlnR ar-
Jimond neat mornlnR 7:18
H. v11■ k Macon in the af-
Ives at Richmond 4:50
Nortliem railroad will
p tickets from Macon to
|n-eount of National IM-
.’■clnlion July 7, Rood tin-
1, for m»B. Route Is
lpbUi. Practically no
i between Macon aril
Securo your berth now.
^Methodist Church—R9V. J.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
*er meeting Wednesday evetfi-
' *n>\ Third sti
. rector. Sixth i
sermon at li*aJ
pra>•«•»■ ml aermog at p
e -b«>oi anniversary at 5 ]
rrHver at 5 p. m. Strangei
vui! be welcomed.
St. Paul.—Corner ForaytJ
sireeu. Rev. H. Orrin Jud
Rev. F. F.
y sfter Trinity.
OLD A T
ioore, who has for the
rs beeu reasonable in bla
total work, and who Is
•ed to do bridge, crown
of dental work, baring
graduate course in pros-
7, owing to the atringon-
es, is willing to be even
ole in his charges. Come,
hie your teeth and see
ile you can have your
one. Teeth t-xiructcd
121 Washington are-
Baptist Church. Vine-
line of street cars pass
r. Macon. Ga.
Sunil, druggists, recom-
Ih« Liver Pellets for con-
• k headache. Sunil,
take. SO pills 23 cents
A TOKEN OF
LOVE AND ESTEEM
Parly Memorial and Damascus Churches
Present Dr. bass With e
SPEECH OF MR. JOHN T. DOZIER
and ntip.ni. by Qr. W. C. Bau— Each
T.li of rhelr Love and Admira
tion for .lie Other in Word,
of Much utncerity.
Aa an cvldenco of their love and esteem
Park Memorial and Damascus churches,
a few days ago, presented Dr. W. C.
Bass with a magnificent chair.
When the presentation speech was made
by Mr. John T. Dozier, who spoke feel
ingly of (he long association and kindly
affectionate feeling existing between Dr.
Bass and the congregations of the two
churches, ■'and Dr. Bass responded In a
For over thirty years Dr. Bass has
been Intimately associated with tho peo
ple composing those two congregations,
An indissoluble bond of love that sprang
up between them many years ago has 1
only been xnoro closely cemented with 1
the passing y«;ars.
The following Is Dr. Dozier’s speech
and Dr. Bass’ response:
Our honored and much beloved Dr.
Rass: We have come this afternoon ns
representatives of the two churches Da
mascus and Park Memorial, a people
for whom and among wh&m you have
labored so earnestly, so successfully and
so lovingly for thirty years. We wish
to express to you, my dear brother, our
high - and heartfelt’ appreciation of your
interest in us. By the noble and uplift
ing Influence of your devoted Christian
example you have taught us to love
Christ, the risen Savior, whom you have
often so faithfully held up before us.
We have known and loved you ns a
man as well as a preacher, and every
one of us feels that In you we have a
warm, true friclfil. For the good that
you have done In our community, for the
many kind, gentle words of sympathy,
encouragement, cheer and hope that you
have spoken, for the priceless example
of your noble life, we honor, i^erpect
and dearly love you. Without hesitation
I say that every heart In this community,
from the oldest hoary-haired man clown
to the smallest child, Is open to you; that
at every fireside you will he a most wel
come guest. In this hour of your afflic
tion, we wish to assure you of the sym
pathy of every heart.
Honored friend, we feel and know that
you may exclaim with Paul, "I have fought
a good fight; I have finished my course;
I have kept the faith." Blessed bo the
Lord! We rejoice this day that you, his
honored servant, may look over and view
the promised land. Oh, that the fervent
prayers of this people may be heard and
answered by our God. Yet, If It be tho
will of our Father, In unerring wisdom to
call his faithful servant to fairer, brighter
fields, your life will be written Indelibly
In the hearts of this loving peopls.
Your memory will be kept as green as
are the leaves today In our beautiful for
ests, for there Is not one among us who
has not been lifted to a higher life,
strengthened when weak, comforted when
cast down with trouble or sorrow, by
some helpful, sympathetic word of yours.
We come today to present to you a
slight testimonial of our tender love for
you-to present ihls comfortable easy-
chalr. We have tried to select something
that will be useful In giving comfort and
pleasure. Let us, dear brother, assure
you that our hearts, our prayers are ever
yours, and God grant that "some sweet
day” we may all meet
"Where* congregations ne’er break up,
And Sabbaths have no end."
RESPONSE OF DR. W. C. BASS.
Beloved Friends: With ti grateful heart
I accept the elegant and costly chair
which your generous kindness has
prompted you to bestow In this hour of
my affliction. It will doubtless give re
lief to a suffering and weary body, and
It shall ever be cherished by me, and by
my family after me, as a testimonial of
sincere esteem from those whom I have
known and loved through two genera
tions. It has been my privilege to preach
the gospel to the people of your neighbor,
hood for more than thirty years. 1 have
been the welcome guest of your homes
In the days of your prosperity and ad-
v rally. I have visited your sick, nuried
your dead, officiated at the marriage of
your children, and In many other sacred
relations, as pastor and friend, I have
been closely and Intimately Identified with
your churches and homes. The gift you
bring me touches my heart, because I
know It Is the spontaneous expression of
sincere esteem. But the loving and beaut),
ful words with which you have conveyed
It quite overwhelm me. Such sentiments
of esteem from those I have known and
loved through so many long years, and
whom I have so unworthily served, hum
bles me In my own eyes as the most un
profitable and undeserving of God’s serv
ants. Tears ot affection fill my eyes, and
iny lips refuse utterance to the words
which can never express the gratitude
of a livingJi-art. A loving Father has
seen fit to grievously afflict me. Yet I
rejoice In the reason of my affliction that
I can bear the same cheerful testimony to
the sufficiency of divine grace to sustain
and comfort, that I have so often an
nounced ns a theory from your pulpits
and in your homes of suffering. I can
now say from my heart, "1 know whom
1 have believed, and am persuaded that
he can keep that which I have committed
unto him against that day." If It please
him to Increase my suffering* that he
may purify me, "as gold tried In the fire,"
my prayer Is that In cheerful resignation
I may say, "Thy will* O God, be done % ”
Humbled by a sense of my great urf-
worthiness and saddened by the conscious
ness of a ministry so little fruitful or
good, I can only hope for salvation
through the Infinite merit of an all suf
ficient Savior. I would ever feel In this
crisis of my life
"Jesus thy blood and righteousness
My beauty are, my glorious dress.”
May God bless you, my precious friends,
for your tender and beautiful assurance
of sympathy In my present distress. May
tho old and young whom you represent
ever remember me at the mercy seat, and
In the blessed home 6f the good, where
no Inhabitant shall s.ay, "I am sick," may
wo all meet to bo separated no more
forever. My heart Is too full to say mors
now. May God bless you oil!
a Mil LION FRIENDS.
A friend In need is a friend Indeed,
and not less than one million peoplo
have found Just such a friend In Dr
King’s New Dlscovcrey for Consump
tion, coughs and colds. If you have
never used this great medicine >ne trial
’will convinco ypu that It has wonder
ful curative powers In all diseases of
.nroat, chest find lunga. i*icl bottle
Is guaranteed to da nil that Is claimed
.»T money will be refunu-d. Trial bot
tles free at H. J. Lamar & Son s d*Mg
■tore. Virgo size r *0o ait I 81.
The Macon nnd Northern railroad
will sell round trlpt tickets Mncon to
Toronto account of American Baptist
Young People’s Union July .16 nnd 17
1 for $27.10, good returning until Sep
tember 15. Route Is via Athens. Rich
mond, Washington, Baltimore, Harris
burg, Rochester nnd Nia-gara Falls.
Through sleepers from Athens to Nl-
ngar Falls. Reservo your berth now,
THE GEN TRIAL GEORGIA RANK.
Tli© coudensed statement of tho con
dition of this bank la published this
morning for tfhe Information of tho
public, and in accordance with tho
state law. Tho stntccnoot shows the
usual safe nnd sound exhibit of thl»
reliable bank. Out of the earnings for
the last six month#* the regular sum
mer dividend of 3 per cent, has been
declared, subject to payment on de
mand. Holders of securities of the
state of Georgia and the efty of Macon
can have their coupons cashed nt this
bank, ns formerly.
Wnu Am Booth
Saved My Life
85 Worth of Hood's
Caae of Nlcotlno Poisoning.
" G I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass, i
"I write these lines to certify that
Hood’s Sarsaparilla has cured mo of »
mo.tt painful dlseoso from which 1 have
suffered four years. It appear*! In the
form of eruptions on my neck and fAce,
spreading over my body, so painful that I
could not afepp at night, nnd could not
Blood Would Start
from the eruptions on my legs and body.
1 had to wear bandages all the time. My
eyes were swollen, my back In terrible
condition. One physician said It was weed
poison, another eczema, and mother
and that I would have to go to a special
ist. (I omitted to say that I am a cigar
maker by trade.) But Hood’s Sarsaparilla
had been recommended, and thought I
would try It, nnd am heartily thankful that
1 did. 1 can truly say that Hood’s Sarsa
parilla lias effected
A Perfect Cure.
I am freo from sores, have a good appe
tite, no dull feelings, and that continual
sick headache Is gone. This wonderful
cure lias only cost mo 85. This small
amount of money has rid mo of all my
sufferings. I am still taking Hood’s Karsv
portl'.v. my faithful friend which has saved
my li/sWh. A. Hoorn, Indiana, Fa.
Hood’s Pills co band made,andpes*
tect la proportion and appearance. S5o.
10 yards 13 1-3 cents outing for SO
10 yards figured birtlste for 80 cents.
10 yards striped crepon for SO conts.
Beautifully m.tde, largo sleeves, chal-
llo and lswn. Bargains from fl.WiaW.
3(51, 3(53 Second St.
100, 1(52 Cotton Avo.
WE ARE READY TO
FURNISH THE SHOES ,
If some other follow will do the rest. Then, forget
ting the past look to the future. Come to us for
footwear with which to tread tho uncertain way and
nil will bo well. We have the stock—quality, quan
tity and style. You may help us make the prices.
* As ever—
MIX & EVERETT CO.
LEADERS OF THE SHOE TRADE,
107 COTTON AVE., MACON 1 , G A.
EVERARDS CANADA MALT BEER,
BRANDENBURG AND FRERES CLARETS,
WHITE WINES AND COGNACS,
C. L AUTEREN SOHN
WISDOM & WARTER
Old Forrester and Relic of Macon Whiskies, Horace R.
Kelly’s Fine Key Wcst'Cigars, Manitou Mineral Water, Gin
ger Alo and Sarsaparilla, Zim Faudel California Clarets, Piper
ALTMAIER & FLATAU,
457 and 459 Cherry Street, MACON, GA.
THE HANDSOME 2-STORY
EAST TENNES3BE, VIRGINIA ANQ ;
Time In Effect, May »,
No.636 ORANGE ST.
-! V ! :
Contains nine rooms, with three bath
rooms; hot and cold water. AH modern
conveniences. The house has been re
cently papered and overhauled from top
to bottom, and Is In strictly first-class
condition. It has a large frontage t>n A
Orange street and Rose I’urk, nnd
half block from Indian Springs caj
It Is located on the Hill, In as k<
borhood aa Macon afford*. Jt
edly the prettiest nnd
place now on the marl
and on *asy terms,
tton call on
CEO. 1 DU
Genera! Rea! Estal
Only it f<>w d»yx l*fl t
.inti- and county to* rciurn.
oocc and iav» ir«U'c.
11. J. A.VDEI