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THE GAINESVILLE NEWS, WEDNESDAY MAY. 14, 1902.
Mr. Thomas M. Bell spent yesterday
Mr. Henry E. Cagle of Polksviile,
Mr. Thos. C. Candler was here a
day or two this week from Atlanta.
Henry Latimer Rudolpii, of Gaines
ville, Makes a Fine Record.
Henry Latimer Rudolph, of Gaines
ville, Ga., who has just graduated in
Baltimore from the medical depart
ment of the University of Maryland,
has made an exceptionally fine record
during the entire four years* course.
His general average was a close sec
ond to the highest average made in a
class of eighty graduates from eleven
states and Canada. Maryland and
Georgia ranked highest in their rep
resentatives—Shipley, of Maryland,
and Rudolph, of GeorgisL
I Miss Leila Carter was a guest, of
friends in Atlanta yesterday. *
Mr. J. E. Murphy, the well known
dry goods merchant, visited Atlanta
Mr£. J. G. Hynds and Miss Etta Mae
Hynds returned this week from pleas
ant visit to Atlanta.
Messrs John Pless and Allen Pitt
man were here Monday from upper
Cols. Crawf Faulkner and Bob
Qullian of Bellton, were here Mon
Picnic of Methodist Sunday Schools.
The First Methodist and Myrtle
street Sunday schools will picnic at
Mulberry, Thursday, May the 22nd.
The schools will be taken down and
brought back bv a special train over
the G. J. &-S. railroad. A nice time is
anticipated, and it is expected that a
large crowd will attend.
was for several years
under the tuition of Professor R. E.
Park, now professor of English in the
University of Georgia, and afterwards
a student of the Tech for two years,
where his fine class standing is still
remembered. His friends there and in
Atlanta are congratulating him ‘on
haying received at his graduation m
Baltimore the appointment of first as
sistant to Professor J. Holmes Smith,
and second assistant to Professor
Louis M. Tiffany, surgeon of faculty
staff of the University of Maryland
hospital.—Atlanta Constitution (Sun-
Will Have Rifle Range.
The Candler Horse Guards are to
have a rifle range for target practice.
They will select a good place near town
and put it in shape. They also expect
to equip a nice reading room and libra
ry, and make their armony more at
tractive for members of the troop.
The troop is in good shape and the boys
are standing to each other in keeping
up the organization.
Mr. Clint Simmons of Candler, was
here Monday shaking hands with
Mr. Tom Wayne of Flowery Branch,
was here Saturday shaking hands
with friends. • '
Mr. H. P. Hinton of Athens, spent
last Sunday in the city with his wife
at Col. C. C. Sanders’.
and a sure way to treat a case ot Sore
Throat in order to kill disease germs
and insure healthy throat action is to.
take half a glassfull of water put into
it a teaspoonful of
Farmers Are Busy.
The farmers are quite busy with their
crops now, and are losing no time
from their work. They have been
blessed with good rains since they com
menced planting and, as a consequence,
everybody will have a good stand of
cotton and corn. The farmers all say
they are going to take a day off on
June 5th. and go to the polls and vote,
and that means that Joe Terrell won’t
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodside are in
Greeneville, S. C., on a visit to relatives
for a week or two.
Mr. W. R. Dexter was called to Mad
ison this w*eek by the death of his
Mr. V. M. Montgomery, treasurer of
the Pacolet Manufacturing Co., made a
short business trip to Atlanta yester
Col. Howard Thompson and Mr.
'John A. Smith attended city court at
„ CURES WHERE AIL ELSE FAILS.
Beat Cough Syrup. Testes Good. Use
in time. - - - -
told by druggists.
and with this gargle the throat at frequent
Then bathe the outside of the throat thorough)
ment and after doing this pour some on a soft <
around the neck. It is a POSITIVE CURE.
25c., 50c. and $1.00 a bottle.
Singing At Harmony.
I There will be an all day singing at
Harmony church, in Tadmore district,
next Sunday, led by Prof. J. I4. Crow
The people of the community are pre
paring for a delightful day.
WhiteMan Turned Yelow.
Grert consternation was felt by the 1
friends of M. A. Hogarty of Lexington,
and Mrs. T. W. Hogan, and will be I w ^ eri the y saw he was) turning
■witnessed bv quite a number of friends.
# Mr. and Mrs. Heard will return to His malady was Yellow Jaundice. Re
the citv tomorrow and will be at home w ** s treated by the best doct<P®» but
to their friends at the residence of ' v ifch°utkenefit. .J 13611Was
. to try Electric Bitters, the wo**der$ u i
IT MAY BE YOU
City Clerk Joe Blalock and Mr.
William Hosch spent Friday at Hosch-
ton surveying a land line.
Governor A. D. Candler was, here a
day or two recently looking after the
building of his new home.
Mr. L. G. Potter, secretary and treas-
| urer of the Gainesville Cotton Mills,
was a visitor to Atlanta yesterday.
• Mr. and Mrs. D. P. White have re
turned from a pleasant visit of one
month to relatives in Monroe county.
Dr. A. J. Cavender and Mr, Starling
Waters of Quillian’s district, two ex
cellent citizens, were in town Yester
; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hardy of Barnes-
ville. are in the city visiting Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Hardy on Race street.
Mrs. R. Smith and Mrs. T. L. Sut
ton returned Monday morning from a
pleasant visit to relatives at Buford.
Capt. C. A. Lilly of Baltimore, ar
rived in the city yesterday, and is vis
iting his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Young.
Mrs. R. Burnett has returned from j
Buford, where she went as a delegate j
to the Woman’s Foreign Mission So- J
ciety of the Gainesville district, j
Miss Leize Holmes returned Satur- I
| day from a delightful visit to relatives I
at Charleston, S. C., where she also j
j visited the exposition.
Mrs. C. P. Niece of Buford, is spend- j
ing a few days very pleasantly with
her'parents, Mr. and Mrs, B. J. Hul- I
sey, at their delightful home near the I
j Mr. J. W. Large has erected a nice I
[storehouse at Mt. Pleasant, Grower!
Springs, and has recieved and opened I
up a new stock of goods.
... * I
Miss Alice Davis is in Washington, |
D. C., studying art at the Corcoran art
gallery. Miss Davis is already quite j
a successful and talented artist.
Mr. and Mrs. t E. M. Hafer, Mr. S. C. j
Dunlap jr., ancl Misses Margaret and |
Minnie Dunlap left * yesterday after-1
ternoon for Savannah, to attend the [
Grand Conclave of Knights Templar. I
Mr. H. D.' Jaquish received a nice I
lot of fish Monday from the govern-1
ment fisheries and placed them in his I
pond at his home at the McClusky j
A TEST THAT TELLS
A Short Crop In View.
Commissioner of Agriculture O. B.
^Stevens, who has been over the state
to a considerable extent within the last
few weeks, says the peach crop will un
questionably be cut much shorter than
the people have had any idea of up to
the present time.
General farm crops are also suffering’
severely, he states, as a result of dry
weather in some sections. In some
parts bf Georgia the planting has not
yet been completed, while in others
the crops are weeks behind where
They Paid for Their Frolic.
Mayor Parker had a big court Mon
day afternoon. Annie Jones, Sadie
Stowe, Lvdia Hicks,. J. J. Simpson and
S. C. Shewmake, all white, were ar
rested by Policeman Bud Smith Sun
day afternoon at the house of the first
named on Athens street, where they
were creating a disturbance and hav
ing quite a row.. They were found
guilty by the mayor and Annie Jones
was fined $25 and costs; Sadie Stowe,
.Lvdia Hicks and J. J. Simpson were
each fined $10 and costs; and S. C.
cShewmake was fined $1 and costs.
Never were shown in such exclusive designs
to wear for the Young, Middle aged or old man.
’Squire Tom Fraser of Clinchem, was
in. town Monday.
Clever Jack Duckett of Quillians disj
trict, was here Monday.
Hon. A. J. Julian, the Democratic
•.war horse of Forsyth, was in town
Mrs.' Dr. Spratt and Miss Bishop of
Jacksonville, Fla., are in the city stop
ping at Mrs. Mattie Merritt’s on Green
The two months old daughter of Mr.
J. F. Payne died at New Holland at 2
a. m. Sunday and the remains were
carried to Athens and interred that
Drl G. T. Canning and Mr. C. H. Bell,
representing the Stephenson lodge No
26., and- Captiau W. N. Pillow, Lieut.
Geo. Lathem, Sergeant J. H. White
and eight or ten others, representing
the Joe Wheeler Co., U. R. K. P., go
to Valdosta next Monday to' attend
the annual meeting ol the Knights of
Saved Two From Death.
“Our little daughter had an almost
'fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis,” writes Mrs, W. K. Havi-
land, of Armonk, N. Y., “but, when
all other remedies failed i we saved her
life with Dr. Kings New Discovery.
Our niece, who had Consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this wonder
ful medicine and to-day she is perfectly
well.” Desperate throat and lung dis
eases yield to Dr. Kings New Discov
ery as to no other medicine on earth, f
Infallible for Coughs aud Colds. 50c
and $1.00 bottles guaranteed by M. C.
Brown. Trial bottles free.
Mail orders have
Long distance Phone
Are you going to build a house?.
If so see J. T. Hargrove at his lum
ber yards. I have in stock flooring, ceil
ing,siding, framing, laths, boxing, base
hoards, moulding of all kinds etc. Also
get up varanda trimmings and brack
ets, J. T. Habgboye,
Miss Minnie Merntt’s Sunday
school class picnicked ait White Sul
phur Springs last Monday. All had
a very delightful time. The party re
turned to the city late in' the after
Mr. J. M. Gasaway brought thirty -
five pounds of fresh channel cat fish to
town Saturday, which he caught on
jbrot lines. This was a pretty good lot
of fresh fish to be brought in at one
time. A few days ago he brought in
thirty pounds, and he appears to be
the champion fisherman of this sec
Harris Lithia, < and Tate Springs
mineral waters, for sale at Will Sum-
Red Raven splits and Bromo seltzer,
at Will Summer Jr’s.