of the proposition, eight
times as much as the. sohc
tern costs. The suggest
course, will uot amount <
| OeLapernere Hudgins Dies.
» e dcath of Mr. DeLaperriere
, aged 79 years, occurred
j g home near Oak Grove
Monday morniug at. 5
k, He is survived by his
and a large family of children
grandchildren. He was well
u and esteemed in the county,
ug lived quietly and peaceably
is late home for many years,
funeral was held at Oak Grove
jrch yesterday morning at 11
ock conducted by his pastor,
D. S. McUurry. A large
ourse ot peonle met to pay a
tribute to the memory of the
Boy Badly Scalded.
Brad, the seven-year-old-son of
Mr. C. M. Wofford, was badly
scalded last week. Some neigh
bor children had secured a hard
oil can, bricked up around it, fil-
jled the can with water, drivipg a'
nail in the top of the can to let
I the steam escape, built a fire un-
jderneath and were preparing to
'.have a great time. Brad was cal
led to witness the fun. Just as
he reached the scene the can ex
ploded, thowing boiling water all
over him and scalding his body
from his head to his toes.
He has since suffered much pain,
but the chances are that he will
Robbed The Grave.
startling incident, is narrated by
i Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows:
: in an awful condition. My skin
[almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
jed, pain continually hi back and
s, no appetite, growing weaker day
Three physicians had given me
Then I wap advised to use Electric
:<?rs; to my great joy, the first bottle
)e a decided improvement. I con-
led their use for three weeks, and
now a well man. I know they rob
the grave df another victim.,, No
should fail to try them. Only 50
ts, guaranteed at M. C. Brown and
l. George's drug stores.
Chattahoochee High School.
tw:> literary societies of this
3 met Friday evening at ’their
1 hour and received the fol
members:—To the Grady
ty: Messrs. W. L. Walker,
ie Bennett, and L C. Jus
To the Hill Society: Messrs,
on Robertson and Hurry
Jr. John Hawkins of Pond
c, Ga is contemplating mov-
o our section soon, for the
pose ot patronizing the school,
[will be glad to welcome him
jfe had the pleasure of hearing
f. R. E. Wiueett sing for us at
[church Sunday morning.
At high noon today at the home
of the bride’s mother, Mrs. War
ren H. Campbell, 10 Green street,
Miss Mary Doan Campbell and
Mr. Lindsay Dow Watson of At
lauta, were married. Dr. J. A.
Wyuue performed the cermony,
assisted by Rev. J. L. R. Barrett.
Mrs. Charles Watson West Jr., of
Savannah, sister of the bride, was
matron of honor, aud Mr. Law
rence Turnef*of Atlauta, was best
man. Miss Edith Dunson of At
lauta, played the wedding march.
The home was appropriately deco
rated for the occasion, and the
scene presented aB the ceromouy
was being performed was a pretty
Immediately after the ceremony
a luucheun was served, after whioh
Mr. unci Mrs. Wutson left on the
northbound vestibule lor a bridal
tour to Washington, Baltimore,
New York uud other points.
11. L. Rudolph, Dr. w. L. Logan,
enry Jarrell, Col. B. G. Parks,
. J. N. Thompson came in last
[ay from a two week’s trip to the
|ds fair. They report a pleasant
In speaking of the trip Mr. Parks
"I do not see how Heaven can be
beautiful.” He said on last Frl-
St. Louis street railway com-
handled l,8H,ooo passengers
iout a single accident.
Miss Bessie Cleghorn and Mr.
Forrest Additon of Flowery
Branch, were married by ’Squire
Walter W. Cooper 4th. instant.
The wedding created some surprise
among ibeiu friends, but they have
the best wishes of all. > Both
young people are prominent soci
ally. The groom is a son of Mayor
O I. Additon of Flowery Branch,
and is himself a prominent young
manufacturer, while his bride is a
daughter of one of the county’s
most prominent citizens.
Helping Their Neighbor.
Mr. Pat Elrod, who was badly
burned in attempting to rescue
his stock from his burning baru
on Monday uight, the 3rd. instant,
is doing as well as could be expec
His good neighbors have very
kindly helped him both in labor
aud substance. They met in and
picked near three bales of cotton
for Mr. Elrod last Wednesday.
They have and will make him
back as much fodder as he lost,
and will give him other aid.
on Which You
Can Depend . , . .
Dr. Dixon’s Diarrhoea Cure for
diarrhoea and Dr. Dixon’s Dys
entery Cure for Dysentery.
They Will Not
Dewberry No. I.
Rev. 0. H. Staudridge, of Hi-
awasse, preached for us last Sun
day. He will preaoh for us on
the third Sunday aud Saturday
before in November aud Decem
ber. Then he hopes to be able to
preach for us on the first for the
the remainder of the year.
Mr. Judge Reid, whose finger
was almost cut off one day last
week at New Holland, will soon be
able to go baok to his work.
Mr. Frank Rogers has been gone
down the country going on two
weeks, guess he carried two kegs
of cider this time.
Mr. Joe Dyer, who takes charge
of the county home next year is
makiug preparations to leave his
farm in the care of Mr. J. F. Rog
Water is low in this seotion too.
Something Lacking in the Variety.
“Hope you’ve got some variety
about yer show,” said the mana
ger of the Plunkville Grand Opera
House, as he laboriously ailixed
his signature to the contract, ac
cording to the Pittsburg Post.
“Lots of it,” replied the gentle
manly advance agent. “Our per
formance comprises circus, comic
opera, ballet, vaudeville, oomedy,
concert, grandj opera, minstrels,
tragedy, drama, pantomime and
The local mauager looked dis
“Hain’t ye got no mind reader
ner hypnotic perfessers?” he in
How to get the ohildreu in
sohool is a problem that ib ever
present. Some of the states have
puaoted ^ruaut laws, and others
have laws holding pareuts to striot
accountability for the attendance
of their ohildren at school. In
Milwaukee the ohildren are beiug
provided with a hot breakfast at
the sohool house, and in Chicago
proposition has been made
that ohildren between the age of
and fourteen be paid for atten
ding sohool the amounts they
could earn if they were working in
factories or offioes. The man who
made this proposition was doubt-
one of those harum-scarum
fellows who never stop to count
th^cost or to inquire where the
money is coming from. One ot
the Chicago papers estimates, and
doubtless with approximate cor
reotness, that it would require to
pay the ohildren, under the terms
The suggestion, of
amount to auy
ui'ihiii f niiiin!iiiuii
Vegetable Preparationfor As
ling Ihe Stomachs and Bowels of
IN FAN T S ft H1L1) K FN
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
NOT NARC OTIC.
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
tion , Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish*
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature oP
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER
Ten Thousand Dollars
Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery and Notions
To be closed out during next 30 days
AX COST AND UNDER COST!
We mean what we say. We have cut out the profits and
will sell these goods at Cost and Less.
Now is Your Opportunity
To save all the profits. We are going to change our business
and must sell these goods.
Don’t Miss this Opportunity to Save Money.
The Gainesville Shoe ^ Clothing Go.
L. H. JOHNSON, Manager,.
GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1904