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Far better than soap in dish water—save*
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Put a little Lavadura in the water for
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. Nearly all women suffer at times from female |
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j Cardui is a safe, natural medicine, for women,
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Resolutions of Respect.
Our brother, John H. McGhee, died
June IT, 1909. He was born March 25,
1844. He was an ex-Confederate sol
dier, a consistent member of the M. E.
Church, South, and for nearly forty
years an ardent lover of Masonry. He
was an acceptable member of Righam
Lodge No. 611, Moreland, Ga., at the
time of his death. He leaves a loving
wife and eleven children to mourn his
departure, five of (he latter having lost
their mother in 1885. Bro. McGhee was
a well-informed man. He possessed fine
memory, and enjoyed a store of knowl
edge far above the average mind. He
was an honest, unpretentious man, a
kind husband and father, and a true
brother. His faith in immortality was
genuine. His trust was in God, and he
died in peace with all men. We com
mend the purity of his life to not only
his children, but to his brethren in
church and lodge, t’eaee to his amia
ble spirit, and may we all in course of
time enjoy with him in the Great Be
yond a more perfect and everlasting
light. Therefore, be it resolved—
1. That in the death of Bro. John H.
McGhee Coweta county has lost a good
man and citizen, his wife a faithful
husband, and his children a good fath
2. That a copy of this memorial be
spread on the minutes of our lodge,
and also sent The Herald and Advert -
ser for publication.
W. A. Brannon,
E. P. Flovd,
J. A. Webb,
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly
Father, in His all-wise providence, to j
take by death our beloved member, |
Lura Add.v. who was a devoted and I
faithful member of Mt. Pilgrim I.uth- I
eran Sunday-school. Lura was one of i
our most regular attendants, and al- j
ways carried a ray of sunshine by her !
pleasant manner and genial smile, !
which inspired al) about her. Truly,
her example was worthy of emulation;
therefore, be it resolved—
1. That, as a Sunday-school, we bow
in humble submission to the will of our
Heavenly Father, who has, in His infi
nite wisdom, removed one of our mem
bers, knowing that He is too wise to
err and too kind to afflict.
2. That though we miss her pres
ence, yet we give her up, that God’s
will may be done on earth.
3. That we extend our heartfelt
sympathy to the bereaved family,
praying that God’s grace may comfort
and sustain them, and that this dispen
sation of an all-wise providence may
prove a rich Messing to our school.
4. That a copy of these resolutions
be sent the Newnan Herald and Adver
tiser and Senoia Enterprise-Gazette for
publication, and a copy also furnished
the bereaved family.
Haralson, Ga., July, 1909.
The Spirit Moved Him.
An old negro preacher approached a
Southern physician and offered a scrap
“Please, Hah, to read dat,” he said.
The physician found it to be an ad
vertisement in which it was asserted
that whiskey was the only genuine
and reliable specific for malaria.
“But you haven’t any malaria, un
cle,” he assured the old man; “none
of it around here at all.”
“Whar do de.y have it de wust Mars’
Jeems?” the other then asked, curi
“It’s pretty bad down on Cypress
River,” the physician told him, naming
a locality some twenty miles away.
A few days later the physician was
passing the old darkey’s cabin, and ob
served him climbing upon a rickety
wagon piled up with household goods.
“Moving. ‘Uncle Ned?’ he asked.
“Where are you going?”
“Mars’ Jeems,” the old man said
solemnly, “Ah done had a call; de spir
it have done move me to go wuck in cle
Lord’s vineyard on the hanks ob Cy
press Ribber. ”
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“We’ll have to* get a butler, you
know,” said Mrs. Pneuritch.
“What for?” asked Mr. Pneuritch.
“Well, to look after the wine cellar,
“Not much, Priscila! I’m capable of
looking after the cellar myself.”
“A butler lends dignity to an estab
“Well, when I get so hard up for
dignity that I have to borrow it from a
butler, I’ll uuit and go hack to the re
tail grocery business. You manage the
hired girls, Priscilla, and I’ll attend to
running the rnari part of the snebang.”
One Button Gone.
The school principal was trying to
make clear to his class the fundamen
tal doctrines of the Declaration of In
"Now, boys, he said, “1 will give
you each three ordinary buttons. Here
they are. You must think of the first
one as representing Life, of the second
one as representing Liberty, and the
third one ns representing the Pursuit of
Happiness. Next Sunday 1 will ask
you each to produce the three buttons
and tell mo what they represent.”
The following Sunday the teacher
said to tlie youngest member, “Now,
Johnny, produce your three buttons
and tell me what they stand for.”
“I ain’t got ’em all,” he sobbed,
holding out two of the buttons.
“Here’s Life an’ here’s Liberty, but
tnommer sewed the Pursuit of Happi
ness on my pants.”
“Majah,” announced the colonel,
“I'll bet I've sweat no less than sev
“Begging your pardon, kunnel,” re
turned the major, desisting from a long
libation, “gentlemen don’t sweat; they
perspire. Hosses sweat. ”
“Well, then,” returned the now irri
tated colonel, glaring at the calm and
contented critic of his diction, “by gad,
suh, I’m a hoss!”
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Just received a fresh barrel of Cooking Oil, one barrel of the
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Libel for Divorce.
W. M. Whitr
t l;t a C
8 y Libel for Divorce
To Claudie Whitmirt
by required, in person
appear at the next ter
to be held in and for
Monday in September
anawer the plaintiff in
hh, in default
You ure here*
attorney, to be and
the Superior Court,
jounty, on the first
then arid there to
ion for total divorce,
irh appearance, said Court will
justice rnay appertain.
Witness the Honorable K. W. Freeman, Judge
of said Court, this the 5th day of April. 1909.
L. TURNER, Clerk.
Libel for Divorce.
GEORGIA Coweta County:
y Libel for Divorce, in Coweta Supe-
Moho Kelly, j rior Court, March Term, 1909.
To the defendant, Mose Kelly : You are hereby
required, in person or by attorney, to be and ap
pear at the next term of the Superior Court of
| said county, to be held on the first Monday inSep-
I timber, 1909, then and there to answer the plaintiff
j in an ucLion of libel for divorce; as, in default
! thereof, the Court will proceed thereon as to
j justice rnay appertain.
Witness the Honorable R. W. Freeman, Judge
of suid Court, this 17th day of May, 1909.
L. TURNER. Clerk.