GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1902
heard a man say recently, “All
the need I can see that a woman
has for a home is to have a place to
‘go somewhere from,’ and a place
to ‘come from somewhere,’ to get
ready for the next trip.’’
We have had fine rains and our
prospects for a fine crop are very
flattering. We will have an abun
dance of peaches and apples also,
and as to watermelons-'-they'll be
be here by the carload.
Miss Susie Ramsey, daughter of
John Ramsey, is confined to her
bed with typhoid fever. We hope
she will soon recover.
Mr. Lum Harwell lost a fine
mule last week. This is a heavy
misfortune to him. Mr. Harwell
is as good a. citizen as Hall county
Our school at Dunagan’s Chapel
opened with thirty pupils. Prof.
Willie Thurmond is teacher.
is a Tonic of Efficiency.
Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys.
For billiou&ness, constipation and malaria.
For indigestion, sick and nervous headache.
For sleeplessness, nervousness, heart failure, and nervous prostration.
For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for natural and thorough organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
50 cents and §1,00 a bottle at druggists.
Prepared only by.Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.
It is right hard for the nervous
woman to keep cool. What a suf
ferer and an insufferable nuisance
is she whose nerves are unstrung
and whose teeth get on edge on
hearing certain noises ox touching
certain things. I knew one woman
who has fits, so to speak, if some
one at the table scratches a knife
on a plate, if someone beats a
tattoo on the table, if someone eats
a peach with the fur on. The best
thing she can do^ for herself is to
get three friends to help her for
on*» day. Put one to scraping
knife on a plate, another to eating
peaches without peeling, another
to beating a tattoo, while she her
self chews sand*—Griffin News.
A Prominent Minister Writes
After ten years of great suffering from indigestion, with great nervous
prostration, biliousness, 'disordered kidneys and constipation, I have been cured
by Dr. Mozley’s Lemon Elixir, and am now a well man.
REV. C. C. DAVIS,
No. 28 Tatnall St., Atlanta, Ga. Elder M. E. Church, South.
W. A. WILSON & CO
SUGGESTIONS FOR THESE
The best way to keep cool—-or as
cool as possible—these hot days is
to—Well, to simply keep cool.
That is to refrain from fretting
one's self into a stew over the fact
that the thermometer registers in
the 90’s. The person who really
suffers most from the heat is he
who fight* most energetically and
Unwisely against the heat, thereby
exciting the bloud vessels, increas
ing circulation and quickening
heart beats. Unless one’s head is
exposed to the direct rays of the
sum it is not necessary in this cli
mate-to suffer from the heat,
though, perhaps, one*9 energy and
capacity for doing is diminished.
A cold bath to start the day, a de
liberate and carefully made toilet,
a light—mostly fruit—breakfast,
and a purpose throughout the day
will do much to rob a hot day of
Manufacturers and Dealers
Harness, Saddles, Collars, Bridles, Hal
iF\Tf/hr ters> Lap R °b es > Whips, Harnes oil, Axle
If Grease, Collar Pads, Sweat Pads, Gig
Pads, Ankle Boots, Riding whips In
fact anything in horse goods.
30(1 all Leather Collars—to go at from 50c. to $1.00. N
Don’t think anybody will sell, you harness cheaper than we
can. Come to see us. We pay highest price for Hides and Tal
government, of itself, can Create
nothing. There is but one source
of property, and that isthe labor of
human hands exerciseddirectly on
the bosom of the earth or on the
products of the earth. Since gov-
ernment cannot create anything,
it has nothing of its own to bestow.
If, therefore, it undertakes to en
rich one man, the thing which it
gives him it must take from some
other man. Where it has a favor
ite it must have a victim, and ob
viously that government only is
just and truly benevolent which
Has neither favorites nor victims.
—Bourke Cochran. *
“As far as I have observed Perttua is
> the finest tonic any man or woman
u use who is weak from the after-
Sects of any serious illness.
“I have seen it used in a numbel- of
onvalescent cases, and have seen sev-
ra i other tonics used, but I found
jose -who used Peruna had the quickest
«peruna seems to restore vitality, in-
reaS e bodily vigor and renew health
fin view of the great multitude oi
r 0 men suffering from some form oi
;male disease and yet unable to find
ay cure, Dr. Hartman, the renowned
iecialist on female catarrhal diseases,
as announced his willingness to direct
be treatment of as many eases as maks
ipplication to him during the summei
noiitaa without charge. Address The
’enma Medicine Co,. Columbus, Ohio.
Investigate the most complete and efficient ginning system on the market.
The Murray Cleaning Feeder—the best feeder m the world. Plain Gins, Hol
ler Gins, Feeders, condensers, Single and double Box Presses, Pneumatic Cot
ton Elevators, Cyclone lint flues, etc.
Rev. James E- Dickey, pastor of
Grace Methodist Episcopal church,
ot Atlanta, was unanimously elec
ted president of Emory college
last week at a called meeting ot
the board of education. He will
succeed Dr. Charles E. Dowman,
I who has been appointed Presiding
Elder of the Atlanta District. |
; Jt —_—— —~~r
Oscar Darling,of Babylon, R.I.,!
is the father of twenty-six child
ren. He is a daisy, as well as a
Darling, and chose bis resident
town well,though Babel would not
have been out of place, either.
The list of those killed and
I wounded on the fourth of July
I makes the Philipine war seem like
TTERPRiCE FOR COTTON
A person who will not eat fruit
in the morning because ‘Tt’ll spoil
my breakfast,* ’ is too foolish. Let
the breakfast of heavy, heating
stuff be spoiled and eat alii the
will allow. It
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thinking of installing a plant for ginning cotton. Yours truly,
_ . . . ' . ■ . . (Signed) R. R. Jones,
Obtain our estimates and particulars before purchasing.
I The people on West Broad street j
rill soon get all" the water they I
pautand will also have ample fire
protection. A water main is being
M from the city hall corner out
proad street to the city limits.
Broad street is to be widened also
it the fill beyond the old Dahiou-
railroad crossing. These im
provements mean much to the
Astern part of the city.
CONCORD AND SARDIS.
The ail-day singing at Concord
wst Saturday was one of the most
* ar Koiy attended affairs held in
luite a while. People were there
hum all over Kail and" White
Oouu tieK. Good sermons* songs
81jU talks were enjoyed, and the
Nuer spread was superb.
At bare is church in the Folk
fruit your means
will aid in the keeping cool under
taking and save doctor ’s bills.
Speaking of the cold bath, some
thing must be said to the woman
of the summer hot hath specie,
who says, I am always so much
cooler after a hot bath. vi hat
fallacy! A cold dip lowers the
temperature, but the temperature
the warm sur-
TO THOSE WHO DESIRE TO
a very small potato,
BE ALWAYS WELL DRESSED
rounding atmosphere which comes
the body seems
That dues not change
the fact that the body
Ti. this were not sb the modern
met boa of treating levers with
>nging off with ice waje 7 * wmid
prevail, or prevailing, would not be
efficacious A hot bath iu the
u oi III - r o increases
i iyi* reinpeiVfrttii’e of the body as to
make U e surrounding atmosphere
sen in coo.ban n^f, ,re, and the
enervated person »a \ s, “a hot bath
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ALL THE NEW THINGS IN
NEW FADS IN
^»ant to aii.
ibfLy have a new disease oh cht
Congo, *‘the sleeping sickness. *
Whiteman are said to be immune,
b&tthe natives lie down and Hiee*
selves to death We hav<
Sn nie symptoms of the tronbh
®7eu in this country —August!
Washington, D. C,