Gainesville news. (Gainesville, Ga.) 1902-1955, July 16, 1902, Image 3

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rHE GAINESVILLE NEWS. WEDNESDAY JULY 16, 1902 Scott Appleby of Atlanta, is vis- Irs C. C. Sanders. Willinsham of Toccoa, is a guest Misses Hudson. in d Mrs. J. P- Flanders of Macon, ting Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Brown. Louise Case of Milledgeville, is 0 f Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Carring- How’s This. We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any ease of Catarrh that cah oot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Are You LooKing tor Great Values At SMALL PRICES? Whole- Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood. and mucous surfaces of the system, Price,. 70c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall’s family Pills are the best. If So You Can Find Them At niimer Having finished reading the president’s fourth of July, peace proclamation, the Filipino light ed his pipe with it and went back into the bushes to get ready for the next fight. aa4ofpi ABOVE A SEA. 1 Agricultural College Main Building. Gentlemen’s Summer Undervest, worth. 35c... now at '0c. Yd Wid ? m Percal, worth 10c, at 7Kc. Beautiful line of muslins and dimities, worth - _1C .X83£ and 15c. at 9c. - White lawn at 5c, 10c and 12%c. Worth much more. Sea Island Percal at y 10c. worth 12 Great Variety of Madras C/loth at 7}£c. worth 10c. Good Mattress Tick z ng at 5c. ‘ Amoskeag, A. C. AUfeather Ticking at Large assortment of Gehts and Ladies handkerchiefs at So. and 4c each. I can sell you Towels 25 inches wide, 45 inches long, made of very heavy c otton Damask at 10c. each. Large assortment of Cotton and Linen Tow els from 4c. to 25c. each. • „• Yd wide New York Mills mnslin in short lengths at 7%e. Just received, another shipment of Calico to sell at 4e. - ^ A complete line Ladies, Gents and Children’s Hosiery from 5c. per pair u Dont forget we carry a full and complete line of shoes to sell at low prices. 8mall assortment of LacKes Slippers—-worth $1.25* X*50 and 2*00* To Sell At 98c. and $i.io It may be that Mr. Watson’s lecture is only intended to advei- tise his'history, but this merely shows that smart men like Mr. Watson are fully alive to the val ue of advertising. Want To Elect Judge and Solicitor. An effort is being made to get som e candidate for the legislature to make the race upon the issue of electing the Judge and Solicitor of the City court by the people. The plan is to elect a representative upon this platform, have him introduce and pass a bill at the fall session of the General Assem bly calling for the election of, a Judge and Solicitor for the city court, and then call the election before the expi- and Solic- DAHLONEGA, GA. * A college education in the reach of all. A.B., ;i.S- Normal and Business Man’s courses, -ood laboratories; healthful, invigorating di lute; military discipline; good moral and iiligions influences. ’Cheapest board in the tate; abundance of country produce;expenses rota $75 to $150 a year; board in dormitories >r private families. Special license course for eacbers; full faculty of nine; all under the zontrol of the University. A college prepar atory class. Co-ed. iqation of sexes. The insti- -tttion founded specially for students of limited leans. Send fir catalogue to the President, los. S. Stbwakt, A.M. I Dr. J. W. Mobley, of the state san- Lrium, Milledgeville, spent a day or loin the city last week with Dr. D. S. irrmgton. Mrs. Arthur Bell and children re- irned home to Atlanta yesterday after bleasant visit to Dr. and Mrs. J. W. ration of the present Judge itor expires, so that this power may be taken out of the hands of Governor- elect Terrell. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES. All Candidates for Senate, Legislature and county offices are hereby required to Send in tbeir names to the Chairman or Secretary of the County Democratic 'Executive Committee on or before the 25 tb day of July, 1902, together with J&5.00 for the purpose pf defraying the expenses of the Primary and printing tickets. Tickets will be printed and ready for distribution amoug the can didates by July 28th, with the names of all candidates on every ticket . H. H. Dean,Chairman. L. D. Puckett, Secretary. July 8th, 1902, ■A delightful surprise party was en- Ryedby the young folks at the home ■ Miss Leone Hobbs on Main street Rt evening. Mir. and Mrs. C. B. McGeehee and Kildren of Atlanta, have been the ■tests oi Mr. A. B. C. Dorsey’s family Kb week. ■Mr. J. H. Dorsey, tax receiver of Barke county, spent Sunday here on a Ksit to his brother, Mr. A. B. C. Dor- Ky, who is quite feeble. ■Pat, the seven-year-old son of Mr. J. I. McElroy, died on the Longstreet ■ace Friday afternoon last, and his re- B&ins were shipped to McElroy station, pear Athens, for interrment. E Mr. Lee L. Smith and wife of New Irleans, visited their uncle, Mr. H. B. Iiiiith, and family, last week. Mr. Bmith is on the staff of the New Or- Lds Times-Democrat, and is one of pe best newspaper men in the South. Policeman Smith arrested Lonnie stovall, col., Monday afternoon, recov ering a wheel he had stolen on Satiir- >ay from W. T. Pool of Lavonia and limed both over to an officer from ranklin county, m an hour after he ras n °hfied to look out for the negro. Seven Years in Bed. •‘Will wonders ever cease?” ihquire the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law rence, Kan. They knew she had been unable to leave her bed in seven years on account of kidney and liver trouble, nervous prostration and general debil ity ; but. “Three^ bottles of Electric Bitters enabled me to walk,” she writes, “and in three months I felt like a new person.” W omen sufferiug from He-idache, Backache, Nervousness, Sleeplessness. Metaueholy, Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find it a priceless blessing Try it. Satisfaction is guar" anteed by M. C. Brown. Only 50c. T. O. WATKINS Secretary Moody has the singu lar notion that naval officers ought to go to sea. In the pursuit of it he is jarring loose a lot of barnac les from the uavy bureaus who thought it quite enough to paddle around in the Washington social wim,—Atlanta Constitution. FREE TO OUR READERS. Botanic Blood Balm for the Blood. r If you suffer from ulcers, eczama, scrofula, blood poison, Col. Findley To Speak Next Tuesday. Col. W, F. Findley requests The News to announce t hat he will address the people of HaL county In the court house at the noon recess of court next Tuesday, 22nd. instant. He savs he will divide time wit h any otber can- cancer, eating sores, itching skin, pimples, boils, bone pains, swellings, rheumatism, catarrh, or any blood or skin disease, we advise you to take Botanie Blood Balm (B. B. B.). Especially recommended for old, obstinate, deep-seated cases, cures where all else fails, heals every sore, makes the blood pure and rich, gives the skin the rich glow of health. Druggists. 31 per large bottle. Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in. sealed letter. Medicine sent at once, prepaid. Unions cut both ways. Roanoke, Va physicians having 1 formed a combine and raised fees, the mechanics have u- nited upon two doctors whom they pay a monthly salary to attend their fami lies. Augusta Chronicle. An, exchange says Greene and Gay- norare now tangling up two nations as successfully as they did the accounts of one.-Atfaens Banner. , It is to be hoped t hat President Roo sevelt has given McLaurin a place, as the press dispatches indicate. This will place him.-Athens Banner Alleged Criminal Assault. It is alleged that Mrs. Almedia Grier, an aged lady, was criminally assaulted at her home, six miles from Bellton -last Sunday nights She went to Bell- ton Monday afternoon and swore out warrants against Dillard Greer and Bob Forrester, two young white me”, and the sheriff went there Monday night to as them to let him arrest them, but they stepped out of the way and he came back to town without them. There is considerable feeling in the upper part of the county con cerning the affair. Overseers Made Bond. The Board of County Commissioners was in session Monday. Besides the usual routine business, all of the over seers for the new road law were on hand and made their bonds. Some Mr. 4b Dorsey Appointed Coroner. M r. A 8. O; Do resigned as Cor ier Tuesday on a? rant of ill health, id Judge W. N. t appointed hi n, Mr. Abn r R nsev. to fill tb lexpired terra., Ab is now in th ee to succeed h c f. and will 'like have no t»pp.li; His father hJt sen coroner -fev ; - rs, and made i lb seems as though the labor of the khole country meant to come to the ‘distance of the striking coal miners, “this is done, the settlement of the rou before cold weather does not appear probaole,and sax months from oday we may all be shivering with no faelobtainable.—Augusta Chronicle. Committee at Work. Messrs. R. C. Simmons, E. P. Cham bers and Andrew Thompson, who were appointed by the January grand jury to examine into the records of the county and county officers, have been at work since Monday. They will have their report ready for the grand jury, which meets next week. - -ae Lope lives until 1903 he can cel « his dimona jubilee as a Bishop, golden jubilee as a Cardinal and his er jubilee as a Pope.—Augusta Rattled «ow that congress has finished *‘111 the building of battleships, seeetary Moody is having his turn. ave ^ or informal talk, he has tak- a ctive step as to which navy ► or- The Maysviji* He -s, in its issue * July 10th., has - • stvere strietur* , upon Mr. Will J o■ ry of this city, * its comments upor i:\i-s game of ba» played here the 4th instant bet wee 1 Oftippsyillc aud sville. Mr. Tov% ry umpired the game, and because «.<• Maysville’s defeat the News allows i> self to be imposed upon in a mo.x shameful way. It eha-ges Mr. Tower with things that are wholly untrue and does him a very grave injustice Everybody who saw the game declare it to have been lairly won and ex tremely fairly umpired. The Mays must be rattled, and the on Mrs. Nancy Jones, a revolution ary war pensioner, recently died at her home near Jonesboro Ten 11. Her death leaves only two persons »n the pension roll of that war. Lq 1831, when 16 years old, she Mar ried Darling Jones, then 68 years >ld, who was a reuoluticnary sol- lier. He died in 1848. She had two sous in the civil war on the anion side and a grandson in the Spanish-Americ&n war. She, her sons and her grandson drew pen- ions from wars covering a period of 119 years* y a rd shall build the battle ship ™red.-Augusta Herald. flere 10 the meanest story ever sported: A Tampa man lay sick, todthe neighbors sent in so many ^ things that when he recover- » kis wife wouldn’t let the Heigh ts know, but kept him locked ville team ly way we see ifc can hold its equilib rium is to pick a nine composed of mei like its center-fielder. The statement! about Mr. Towery are willfully and maliciously false.