GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA,. WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1902
GAINESVILLE IS A POP
ULAR SUMMER RESORT
HOME TEAM WINS-
The Social Circle Baseball team,
■with an unbroken record of twen
ty odd successive victories, and
confident of winning again, met
the Gainesville team on Friday
afternoon and received their first
defeat. On account of the stand
ing and rivalry of the two teams,
the game was an important one.
But the playing and the score
clearly showed Gainesville super
ior to the other team. The score
was close, being IB to 11, and the
game, at times was yery interest
ing; bat the playing was slow,
sometimes listless, and marked by
nothing brilliant on either side.
But the Gainesville boys are good
ball players, though on account of
failure to practice they are lacking
in team work, ability to run bases*
and they do not back one another
up, as the visitors did. But their
individual work is good and par.
ticularly so was the playing o
Davis, the short stop, and Ric<
the tall second baseman, whoi&e
one-handed catch was a feature of
the game. Dorsey fielded well,
and Summer was in his usual form
and did good work with the stick.
A two base hit was made by Hayes
at a critical moment, and brought
in three men for Gainesville.
Charley Davis did good base-run
ning, and so did Gibbs of Social
Circle. Ham and Wilson, who
popularity as a
summer resort has not in the least
declined, as is evidenced by the
number of summer visitors and
Quite a number come from the
crowded cities arid fx,om the sultry
sand-beds of south Georgia to seek
relief» during this unbroken spei 1
of hot weather, from Sol’s swelter
ing rays and enjoy the cool moun-
bottle of Pernna he seems like a different
man.”—Romulus Z. I^inney.
Congressman A. T. Goodwyn, Robin
son Springs, Ala., writes: “1 have now
used one bottle of Pernna and am a well
man today.r—A. T. Goodwyn.
XT. S. Senator W. 1ST. Roach from Lari-
more, 1ST. D., writes :* *1 have used Pe-
runa as a tonic. It has greatly helped
me in strength, vigor and appetite.”
Congressman H. W. Ogden from Ben
ton, La., writes r* “ I can conscientiously
recommend your Pernna.”—H. W.
Congressman H. W. Smith from Mur-
physboro. 111., writes: “I have taken
one bottle of Pernna for my catarrh and
I feel very much benefited.”—Geo. W.
Congressman David Meekison from
Napoleon, O,, writes: “I have used
several bottles of Pernna and feel greatly
benefited thereby from my catarrh of
the bead.”—David Meekison.
Senator Mallory, of Pensacola, 3Pla.,
writes: “I have used your excellent
remedy, Peruna, and have recommended
it both as a tonic and a safe catarrh rem
edy.”—Stephen R. Mallory. - %
Senator M. C. Butler, ex-Governor of
South Carolina, writes; .“I can recom
mend Pernna for dyspepsia and stomach
trouble.”—M. C. Butler.
Senator W. V. Sullivan from ^Oxford,
Miss., writes: “I take pleasure in re
commending your great national catarrh
cure, Peruna, as the best I have ever
tried.”—W. V. Sullivan.
Senator J. M. Thurston from Omaha,
Neb., writes: “ Peruna entirely relieved
me of a very irritating eough.~”4^r. M.
Congressman H. Gk Worthington from
Nevada, writes: “ I have taken one bot
tle of Peruna and it has benefited me
immensely.”—H. G. Worthington.
- Congressman Howard from Pt. Payne,
Ala., writes: “ I have taken Peruna for
la grippe, and I take pleasure in recom
mending Peruna as an excellent rem
edy.”—M. W. Howard.
Congressman Willis Brewer from
Haynesville, Ala., writes:. “I have
used one bottle of Peruna for lassitude,
and I take pleasure in recommending
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
1 be pleased to give you his valuable ad
vice gratis. <?•
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium,. Colunwas,
Gainesville, and make it a blessing
to live here. Bat these visitors
seem to recognize this blessing
more than we, who being accus
tomed to it, continually complain
at the weather.
Among those here for the sum
mer' are:—Col. and Mrs. Robert
ville*; Mrs. Litton, Florida; Mrs.
Cusick, Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs. Barnwell, Boykin; Mrs
Thearin, Mrs. Duncan, Montgom*
ery ; # Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Goodhart,
Mr. Clarence f Goodhart, ^Atlanta;
Miss Cora Hemphill, Atlanta;
Mrs. Napier, Forsyth; Prof. Win.
Jennings and wife, Atlanta; Mr.
Hon. Joseph B. Crowley, Congressman from Illinois, writes
bn Robinson, III, the following praise for the great catarrhal tonic,
\runa. Congressman Crowley says:
“After giving Peruna a fair trial I can cheerfully recommend
w remedy to anyone suffering with coughs, colds and la grippe,
\d all catarrhal complaints.
“Mrs. Crowley has taken a number of bottles of Peruna on
pcount of nervous troubles. It has proven a strong tonic and last-
An objectionable feature of the
game was its interruption by
Gainesville’s vigorous kicking
against an unwise decision of
Nowell, the umpire.. But it seem
ed to “ginger up” the home boys,
they turned the tables on Social
Circle and won the game.
Score by innings:
Gainesville —0 10 3 8 5 0 1 0—13
Social Circle—0 3 0 00 1 6 1 0 11
witnessed by 1,000
dorsement of this greatest of modem
MISS SHIPP’S DINNER,
Miss Nannie May Shipp enter-
tertained very delightfully at din
ner in honor of Miss Willis and
Mr. Pate on last Wednesday even
ing, Miss Shipp is a charming
hostess a ad those who attended
thoroughly enjoyed the occasion.
Gov. Candler came up to epend
Sunday at home Hth his family.
On account of the sudden illness
of the pastor, Dr. J, A. Wynne,
no services weredbeld at the First
Baptist Church on Sunday.
Mr. Walter Bockenhnll is still
Very ill with typhoid fever.
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Mrs. E. O. Richardson and Mr.
Edgar Richardson of New Orleans,
stopped over in the city a few days
Walter Winburn will remain
with his father,s family until Sun
day, when he returns to his posi
tion in Birmingham. l
Miss Annie Rene Caldwell of
Thomastonis spending the
mer with her aunt, Mrs.
The Brenau library building is
rapidly going up and Prof. Van
HooBe hopes to have it completed
by the opening of the school. It
connects the auditorium and dor
will then present a solid front of 'T. Campbell &
nearly five hundred feet. BOOK STORE.
Misses Sadie and Anna McCon-
ell will spend a part of the sum-
er with relatives in Cartersville.
^r. Oreon Burnett has returned
0Q1 a pleasant vacation spent in
8 old Kentucky home. His sis-
r ’ ^ rs - W. A. Northcut, returned
^ to visit her father, Mr.
,^ 88 Lucy Lewis and Miss Willie
a y Harrison have returned to
le ^ r home in Atlanta, after a
sit to Mrs. T. B. Lewis of this
The game was
people, and the lovers of the sport
would like to see an inclosed ball
park here, where better grounds
and better accommodations for
seating could be had
Some changes might be made in
the tariff law with more or less ad
vantage, ” says the Philadelphia
Pre»6, “but when they are made
they will be made by the republi
can party.” If the republican par
ty wants to do anything along this
line it had best hurry up about it,
or it will not have the opportunity.
SPECIAL - INDUCEMENTS
ftadge MathewB of Orlando,
am the guests of Mrs. Ed
Miss Jessie Morrison is now ser
ving a term of 25 years m the pen
itentiary for the murder of Mrs O-
liu Castle in Kansas. Miss Morri
son had two trials, the first one re
sulting m a sentence of 5 years.
She appealed and at the next tria*
20 years were added to her f>rsl
,ln e folks, Mr. Joe Landers re-
rQ ed on Friday to Salisbury
I'm where he has a position with
^ r * McClendon Pate returned
'Saturday to his home in Hawk-