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ATLANTA BUGGY COMPANY. . « Atl.nU, Georgia
Chairman Youmans Has Issued
Call (or Meeting on
. ECHOES OF THE TIMES
♦ By Percy Wiggle.
The great coal strike in the
bituminous fields of the country is
practically at an end. Ninety per
The State Democratic Executive
Committee will meet in the Kim
ball House in Atlanta on April
130th. At last the long expected
call has been issued by Chairman
■ M. J. Youmans, and the substance
of the call is that the Committee
will meet at the place designated
above on April 30th.
The following is a complete list
of the officers and members of the
State Democratic Executive Com-1 draw
ure on earth, a jewel in heaven.
Little Katherine’s life was short,
hut it brought rays of sunshine in
to the home that can never fade
away. Her little soul swept
through life pure and white as a
flake of melting snow, and return
ed to the God who gave it. She
was so sweet it seemed, indeed,
that all the sunshine left with the
darling; but as God makes no mis
takes in dealing with his own, we '
Katherine was the idol of her
loud parents and the pet of a lov- j
ing grandmother, for whom she
was named; and her sweet, smiling
face will be sadly missed by them.
To the sorrowing parents we
For this season is by far the hand
somest, newest, most up-to-date and
most desirable we ever had, select
ed with greater care than ever, and
bought direct from the manufactur
ers at prices that will enable us to
surpass all former efforts.
aside flu* curtain of purity!
confined to a few rumblings and mittee: j and bid them look into the angel
small streams of lava flowing down M. J. Youmans, chairman, Daw- f ace of little Katherine as she
the mountain side, making it an son
object of curiosity rather than of j, j. Spalding, vice chairman,
terror. The old mountain has Atlanta.
lately, however, been showing Clark Howell, member national
signs of more strenuous activity,! committee, Atlanta
cent of the men in Ihe FitUburg j" S ° mUCh ,he ixhabitan's of j. w. Goldsmith, secretary, At.
1 . . «. . 1 that immediate vicinity have begun | a nta.
to get frightened, and are begin- state at Large—H. W. Hill,
district returned to work Monday,
.and there is expected to be little . , , , , , r , ,
trouble in getting the matter set- "«ttB dessl.re thM the end of the Greenville; Hamilton McWhorter,
tied satisfactorily to all parties 7°’ ’ ' s at hand. The river of fire Athens; .lohn W, Bennett, Way
concerned A prolonged strike in r< "" ,h ? ’”°" nt * ,n has entirely ob- cr0SSi Boykin Wright, Augusta,
the coal fields, wherein, greater I " teraled **“ "•*«** °< 1 re ' I Ktrst District-A A. Lawrence,
majority ol the men arc involved, case, on the southern declivity,and Savannah; .1. W. Overstreet, Syl-
isa calamity which wc should all "T"' Inhabitants are thought | van i, ; J- rank Mltchell.Sweln.boro.
to have perished. Torre Annun-[ Second District—John W. An-
ziata has been surrounded by the drews, Moye; Frank Park, Sylves-
invading stream of lava, and has
been deserted by its thirty thous
smiles and waves her beckoning
hand, calling them to that land of
love, where tears and sorrow are
t O, not in cruelty, not in wrath,
j The Reaper oatne that, day;
'Twas an angel visited the earth
And took little Katherine away,.
Ladies’ Spring Skirts.
Pine nil wool fancy oassimeres,
dark ground, neat plaid design,
coat made in every respect up-
to-date, well trimmed; other
stores get #8 and #!l for this
same garment, our price 4.98
All wool fancy worsted, dark gray
ground, neat striped design,
well made, round cut sack suit,
soltl by other stores at #10, our
hope to see averted, for while such
a strike works a great hardship on
the striker and his family for the
time being, the consumer is the
A one that suffers in the long run.
V Whatever the mine owners lose by
i»a strike they calmly pick out of
the pockets of the people.
Strikes are not confined to the
United States by any means.
Havana is at present coping with
a general strike in which several
thousand men are involved. The
principal grievance of the strikers
is in the matter of wages.
General Blanco, the last Spanish
Governor-General of the Island of
Cuba, died in Madrid, Spain, on
April 4th. General Blanco was
sent to Cuba to succeed General
Weyler, whose cruelty practices in
suppressing rebellion was one of
the causes which led up to the
Spanish-Ameiican war. Generali
Blanco tried to adopt a new policy
with the Cubans, but their experi
eice with his predecessor
shaken their confidence in Spanish
governor-generals, and his life on
tne island was not a happy one.
When the war broke out with
Spain, Blanco’s defense of the
island was rather h.rlf hearted, and
,as as the war was over he re
signed and returned to Spain, in
E. C. Swift, of Chictgo, a mem
ber of the packing firm of Swift &
John Alexander Dowie,
Elijah III., erstwhile the “Chosen
of God," seems to have provoked
Divine displeasure. At any rate,
he is having his share of trouble
at the present time. A few months
ago, he was forced to leave the
city of Zion, which he had founded
near Chicago, and go to Mexico in
search of health. At the time of
his departure, he left the affairs of
his church in the hands of a young
man named Wilbur Glenn Voliva.
Now young Voliva seems to have
had ambitions (and incidentally
visions) of his own,and he decided
that this was the psycological mo-
ment for launching his own
c(g)raft and relegating Elijah III.
to the extreme rear, Voliva has
attacked Dowie in his most vul
nerable point—h i s character,
hail ^ ow ' e ways was loose in his mor
als and doctrines, having at times
openly upheld polygamous prac
tices. The latest scandal in the
Dowie case is his alleged intimacy
with Miss Ruth Kofer, a Swiss
heiress whose millions Dowie
coveted. Some of his letters to
the girl have been made public,
and it is asserted that he made ef
forts to divorce his wife that he
might wed the girl. Dowie in
tends to return to Zion City in the
near future, and we opine that
ter; Wilson M. Hardy, Thomas-
Third District—John A. Cobb,
’ Americus; W. C. Hamilton, Cor-
yclept dele; J. M Collum, l’utnam.
Fourth District—J. B Burnside,
Hamilton; C. L. Davis, Warm
Springs; F. P. Longley.LaGrange.
Fifth District—Clifford Walker,
Monroe; L. L. Middlebrooks, Cov
ington; J. B. Hutchinson, Jones
Sixth District—S. T. Blalock,
Fayetteville; T. J. Carling, Macon;
Et nest M. Smith, McDonough.
Seventh District—J. E. Foster,
Marietta; S. P. Maddox, Dalton;
W. C. Bunn, Cedartown.
Eighth District—L. M. Heard,
Elberton; H. J. Rowe, Athens; C.
PL Irvin, Washington.
Ninth District—C. H. Brand,
Athens; W. A. Charters, Dahlon-
Tenth District—W. H. Burwell,
Sparta; E. H. Callaway, Augusta;
B. F. Walker, Gibson.
Eleventh District—R. P. Ous-
ley, Valdosta; W. A. Wooten, Mt.
Vernon; S. C. Atkinson, Bruns
Sheriff Head Won in Spalding.
In the Spalding county primary,
hold last weok, ShorilV B. C. Head
was re-nominated by a majority of
11)0 votes over his opponent, ex-
Sheriff’ W. K. Freeman.
Sheriff Head created a stir in
Spalding county when he entered
office by making the Middle Geor
gia Farmer otficial paper of the
county. At that time the Farmer
had been established but a few
weeks and the old paper of the
city, the News and Sun, had been
the official paper for many years.
In his recent race Sheriff Head
triumphed over the opposition of
the News and Sun and those in
sympathy with its tight to again
get possession of the legal adver
Memorial Exercises at Turin.
All are cordially invited to at
tend Memorial exercises, to lx* held
at Turin School Hall April 2(1, 8
o’clock, p. m. The popular editor
of the Newnati News will deliver
the address. The people of this
community are to lx* congratulated
on being able to secure Mr. ,1. T.
Fainas speaker on this occasion.
Miik. Kd Dominick.
Great staple, the scarcest thing in
the market—all wool blue serge,
elegantly made, round stick coat.
This suit can’t lie duplicated for
, less than #11, but we offer you
as long us they last at 7.50
SPECIAL—Extra all wool blue
serge and worsted in neat and
genteel pattern, of high grade
workmanship; round cut sack
suits, coat lined with Venetian
and satin; the real value#15.00,
our price. . 9.98
Men’s fancy union cushmero punts,
durk gray gj'ouud, well made,
neat and genteel pattern, real
value #1.75, our price 98c
All wool punts, fancy cassimerc
and worsted, elegantly made and
trimmed, worth #8.00, our price
Extra fine all wool worsted pants
in eight different styles. These
pants are sold by other stores at
#4 and #5, our price 2.98
Special job skirts, consisting of
motions, serges, etc., in various
styles mid colors, all good val
ues, regular price #1.50 to #1.75,
our price 98c
The best grade of Panama cloth in
blue, black and gray, circular
effect, box plotted back and
front, sold regularly at #5, we
offer you at 2.98
150 Indies’ skirts just received,
consisting of light weight, all
wool mohair, all colors; also
Panamas made in circular effect;
values up to #s mid #10, now on
sale at 4.98
Ladies’ Shirt Waists.
The best values offered this season.
20 dozen white lawn shirt waists,
nicely trimmed, values up to #1,
on sale at 59c
Extra (piality shirt waist, made of
line sheer India linous and
French lawns, regulur price
#1.50 and #2, our price, . . 1.25
Men’s Negligee Shirts.
50 dozen men’s extra fine uegligcn
shirts, values up to #1, we offer
you for 48c
A full line of men’s, la
dies’ and children’s
THE NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE
Stockholders’ Meeting, New
nan Cotton Mills.
In Memory of Little Katherine
4th, inst., the
claimed the little
You are hereby requested to at
tend tin* annual meeting of the
stockholders of the New nan Cotton
angels Mills, in the Company's office on
I Monday, April Hi, iooo, at !i
Co., died last week in Boston.
11 ^ r ( i- there wil be something doing in
Pneumonia was the cause ot his 6 ,
... , . ■ , ... that section of the state when he
death, having been stricken with _
, . .. . arrives, Those who have tried to
that disease on March 27. Mr. ’ „ . •
Swift was a native of Sandwich, de P° se the ° ld man wdl find that
Mass. He left home when a lad, he has anoth()r card or tw0 U P his 1
and with his brother, Gustavus,
did much to develop the packing ,
industry, one of the prominent ( stood ^at we are:in sympathy with
features of his work being the per- the old s ; am P when we sa >'- Vlve
feeling of a system of ref rigerator ! a owle ‘
At intervals since the great
111 1 , .. | o’clock, a. in.
year old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Jiy ()1 . ( | ( ,,. 0 f t ; u ,
II. C. Arnall, Jr., as their own.
A bright, beautiful darlingja treus-
I >i rectors.
It. II. Him.,
See. mid Trcas.
comes to a show ■
not wish it under-
Crip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago during the severe
, winter weather both my wife and my-
mine disaster at Courrieres,France, se jf contracted severe colds which speed-
March IO, in which upwards of one ! ily developed into the worst kind of la
thousand men lost their lives, men! grippe with al1 itB miserable symp-
have been found alive in the mine i tom8 >” sa >' 8 Mr - J - E * le8ton ot Ma P le
» „ , . j Landing, Iowa. “Knees and joints ach-
$Y resculn £ P ar ,es en S a S e ln 1 j I) g l muscles sore, head stopped up, eyes
the work ot finding and bringing aI1( j , logo running, with alternate spells
the lost men to their sorrowing of chills and fever. We began using
relatives. The men who thus sus-! Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, aiding
tained life in the pit ate little bits * he8a “ e " ith a , doilbl f do8e
„ , , , * . berlaiire Stomach and Liver Tablets,
of leather and anyt ingw lc e Y.aud by its liberal use soon completely
could get their hands on, but what I knocked out the grip.” Sold by Dr.
they could ltnd was generally very Paul Peuistou, Newnan, Ga.
little, and their physical condition ! ■■■-
was something pitiable when City Court Notice,
found. When first brought to the ——
Surface of the ground, the poor un- It appears that it willjbe detri-
Thy prayer for pence,
Thy bloody sweat,
By GOD’S decrees
No crown but thorns
Is on thy hrow—
But KING of Life
And Death art Thou.
fortunates who had been so long mental to the farming interest of
buried aitve were unable to bear , the county to hold the April term, j
the strong light of day, being al- 1906, of city court of Newnan for
most blind. the trial of jury cases. In con- j
—0— sideration of this fact, after dis-!
At periodic intervals since the
destruction of the cities of Pompeii
and Herculan.um by the rain of
fire from }Iount Vesuvius, the vol
cano has showed signs of activity,
but the activity has usually been
posing of those cases that can be
tried without a jury, the court will
be adjourned to the next term, and
no course jurors, witnesses and
parties need attend.
Alvan D. Freeman,
"My God! My God!” the agony, "Why hast thou thus forsaken me?”
God'e chosen race derides Thy claim and ousts obloquy on Thy Name;
They spumed thy love and sympathy and brought thee shame und misery.
The cruel sjiear has pierced thy heart, and soldiers rude thy raiment part:
"’Tis finished!" is the bitter cry that murks Thy dying agony.
Thy weeping friendH are at thy feet, love’s tears of woe thy incense sweet
In darkness dense
Does God approve
Thy willing proof
Of Heavenly Love.
The Temple’s veil
Is rent in twain,
The dead are raised
And walk again.
By Joseph’s cave
W4 watch and pray,
Till angeU roll
The stone away.
And when the dawn
First tints the sky,
We hear a glad
And joyous cry:
“The Lord is risen!”
Oh. swell the strain;
He that was dead
In heav'n shall reign.
Praise Him ye hosts,
Let anthems ring,
He is the LORD—
• Our GOD and King
ENDOWMENT POLICIES AS MONEY-SAVERS.
E MBODIED ill an endowmont policy is a value which is not
mentioned in the policy itself, und yet it is an important
feature. This is the habit of saving which an endowment pol-
icy so strongly promotes. This is due to the tact of the premi
um being a fixed amount payable at certain times; it comes lo
In* looked al in the nature of un obligation to make preparation
to meet it.
The increasing value of the policy as each premium is paid
gives a feeling of satisfaction, and even induces, if necessary,
tlie making of sacrifices to meet the premium. In no other in
vestment of equal security and which requires Hitch small
amounts of money to keep up will one find such attractions us
are in the endowment policy.
Von can put. your money in slocks, but they are subject to
fluctuation, sometimes so violent as to impair much if not all of
the invested funds. ( Bonds and mortgages are not considered
in our comparison, as I hey call for much larger sums of money).
In 11 savings-bank account (here is usually irregularity of
time in makingdeposits and variation of amounts. Few have
the determination mid persistency to deposit certain sums at
regular times for a long period, and the temptations to draw
from the bank are emphatically greater than to borrow on an
endowment policy. For an all-round safe and reliable invest
ment un endowment policy cannot he surpassed.
it takes a strenuous man to win and maintain a victory
over the slrcniiousncss of inanimate things, and there’s 110 mus
tering out in this war while life lasts, and defeat is disgrace.
You’ll win always if you fight with up-to-date weapons. Pro
tect yourself by the protection of the ACtna Life. See F. M.
Bryant, District Manager /Etna Life Insurance Company.
Caught Cold While Hunting a Burg
Mr. Win. Thus. Lauorgiui, provincial
Constable atOhapleau, Ontario, says:
"I caugiit, a severe cold while hunting a
burglar in the forest swamp last fall.
Hearing of Chaniberluiii’s Cough Rem
edy, I tried it, and after using two small
bottles, I whs completely cured." This
remedy is intended especially for coughs
and colds. It will loosen und relieve a
severe cold in less time than by any
other treatment and is a favorite wher
ever its su;ierior excellence Inis become
known. For sale by Dr. Paul Peuistou,
This salvo is intended especially for
sore nipples, burns, frost bites, chapped
bauds, itching piles, chronic sore eyes,
grunuluted eye lids, old chronic sores
und for diseases of the skin, such us tet
ter, salt rheum, ring worm, scald head,
herpes, barbers’ itch, scathes or itch and
<V;zemu. It lias met with uiqiaralleled
success in the treatment of these dis
cuses. Price 25 cents per box. Try it.
For sale by Dr. Paul Peuistou, Newnan,
Hides Wanted—Will pay best price for
green hides lor next lew weeks, (i. O.
1 Carmichael, Newnan, Ga.
Money to loan on real estate et 7 per
[ cent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
Dr. C. A. Smith,
Treats all diseases of domestic animals
(Jails auswored day or night. Office
at Gearreld’s Livery Stable.