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Official Organ Gwinnett County.
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L.wrenceville Publishing Co., Proprietor*.
Entered n 9 se>’oiid-el<i*s matter July 7
I*oß. at the postoffi >e«t l.awreneevlile, Ga
under the Act of March 8. 1870.
J. L. HACOOD,
Lessee and Publisher.
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Hester’s weekly cotton report
places the number of bales in
sight at 18,215,321.
President Taft has sent a mes
sage to congress recommending a
2 per cent, tax on the net income
The Gainesville News last week
got out a special Baptist edition
which does credit to the publishers
of that live paper.
A Gainesville hen has hatched
a four legged chicken. A coop
full of that kind would supply
drumsticks for a camp meeting.
Harve Craig calls Dan Bickers’
paper the “Twiee-I-Squeak Her
ald.” Anyway, Dan is causing
the other fellows to sit up an take
Three tunes have w<> accepted
invitations to go automobiling,
and, each time met with disaster.
Guess we belong to the Walking
A Banks county farmer lias har
vested 2(X> bushels of wheat from ;
six acres of land. At this rate no
Jarmer can afford to buy flour on
"Lockjaw is now cured by “antisrep
toccocci” serum. We shall be care
ful not to get lockjaw for fear we
would get it again trying to tell what
cured us.—Elberton Star.
And this from a woman!
By a vote of three to two the
railroad commission has declined
to grant petitions for reduced
port rates. And now the Consti
tution says “I told you so.”
By a recent decision of the su
preme. court, Edgewood, Druid
Hills and East Atlanta, which had
been annexed by Atlanta, must
remain in DeKalb county.
The National Monthly, Norman
E. editor, has just been
lauched in Buffalo, N. Y. It will
bring wholesome democratic liter
ature before the American voters.
A man in New Jersey has just
found $4,000 in a family Bible left
him by an aunt thirty-five years
ago. Many a man has found a
more valuable treasure than bank
notes between the lids of the old
If you w r ant t'» feel well, look well
and be well lake Foley’s Kidney
Remedy. It tones up the kidneys ana
bladder, purifies the blood and re
stores health and strength. Pleasant
to take and contains no harmful
drugs. Why not commence today ?
Bagweii Drug Co., Grayson Drug Co.
Editor Pendeltou, of the Macon
Telegraph, very modestly waives
aside any mention of his name in
connection with a political office.
While eminently fitted for any
position in the gift of the people,
he has the true conception of the
mission of an editor and says he
will stick to the tripod.
John H. Deveaux, for many
years collector of the port at Sa
vannah, died recently. For near
ly forty years he was a federal of
fice holder in the south and dur
ing all that time he was never
changed with a wrong act or of
immoral conduct. This .negro
was an honor to his race.
A plant for the manufacture of
print paper from cotton stalks is
being erected at Cordele, the out
put to be forty tons per day.
They will also manufacture tissue,
wax, toilet and blotting paper,
utilizing cotton seed hulls in
stead of rags. Verily the domain
of King Cotton is being extended
and his reign has just begun.
We Sell These.
You want the best. Are you ready
for it this season?
We are prepared as never before to meet your
wants in vehicles and harness. There’s noth
ing superior to what we are showing, in taste,
style and service. Absolute honesty in make
and material. You will agree when we tell you
IT S THE FAMOUS
No matter what you want —if it's a harness or
something that runs on wheels, we've
Come in and figure with ns. Everybody knows
Dabney Implement Company, |
96.98100 S. Forsyth St.
P. S. The Studebaker nameplate on a vehicle
is its guarantee. Don’t forget this. j
‘‘The only aristocracy of the
future is the aristocracy of ser
vice.” — W. A. Covington in ad
dress to graduates of Technologi
cal school. Good enough without
Bishop W. A. Candler was
selected by the arbitrators to act
as umpire in the strike trouble on
the Georgia road, but refused t«>
serve and Chancellor Borrow, of
the Suate University was tendered
the place and has accepted.
A Universalist pastor in Atlanta
has opened up a dance hall in the
basement of his church, saying he
believes in making the church at
tractive. An exchange very aptly
remarks he might also add one of
the city’s famous resorts as a
With the Paragraphers.
The News has no selfish motive
iu being an advocate of good
roads. We have neither an auto
mobile or a horse. Covington
Judge Gober says the only true
fish story he ever heard of is in
the Bible, when it says, ‘’They
toiled all night and caught
nothing.’ r —Marietta Journal.
It's all right to swallow the
poetry being written about the
“juicy watermelon,’" but it would
be better not to swallowwthe melon
itself fora few days longer.—El
Bob Gailey has brought to our
office a great, corn stalk. He had
eaten the rosting ears. That is
what we needed most, Bob. We
have taken the fodder and grass
degree long enough. Biing corn
next time.—Conyers Free Press.
A. A. Hulsev. of Dougerty, one
of Dawson county’s best citizens
and young hustling farmers’ and
a weekly reader of The Advertiser,
has our thanks for a nice and
resdy chewed loud of stove wo.n
and a jug of bright svrup brought
in ou subscription a few days ago.
The good roads movement ii
Georgia will result in many good
roads and with the coming of good
roads the rural fref delivery routes
will be multiplied aad the schools
be made more accessible and the
lands be made mors valuable and
hundreds of other benefits con
ferred upon the [people.—Athens
In a certain Georgia towr
the Presbyterian and Methodist
churches are quite near each
other. Some one passing between
the two on prayer-meeting night
heard this spirited dialogue in
Presbyterians: “Will there be
any stars, any stars in'my crown,
when at evening the sun goeth
Methodists (answering in full
chorus:) “No not one; no not
The most notable convention,
in many respects, that has ever
met in Georgia will convene in
Gainesville September 11, when
the big postmasters from forty
six states and territories will
gather here at the thirteenth an
nual convention of the National
Association of the second and
third class postmasters. It is the
first time a national association
of postmasters has met in the
state of Georgia. Gainesville
We rejoice that Monroe is al
most entirely free from denom
inational bickerings and strife.
We do not hear men “argufying”
about as to who is right and who
is wrong. There may have been
a time when a little denomina
tional prejudice was felt among
some of’ those who differed in
their views. Monroe at this time,
has outgrown that and we trust
that she will never take it up any
more. What we need is Christian
unity—the fellowship that makes
the whole strong to do what re
mains for us to do. This, we
think, is evident among our peo
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The legislature meets the 28rd
day of June. It would gratify the
unlimited curiosity of many a
woman in Georgia if first of all,
that, unopened letter should be
opened and read. Commerce
Why not put it correctly and
say many a “man.” Why one
half the women of Georgia never
heard of that letter and the other
half have completely forgotten it.
Simply this: The woman of
150 pounds avoirdupoise is said to
contain onl} 7 three ounces of
sugar. The balance is eouriosity.
That’s why.—Commerce News.
OASTO R I A
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OUR TONGUELESS DISC HARROW.
As with every other implement of our line this one is
the product of years of experience and careful planning to
fit the needs of the progressive farmer, the man who
thinks, the man with ambition, the man who loves his
land and his team.
If you have not discovered its necessity, yon are scarely alive to your own interests and tlie possibilities
of your farm.
Come to see us and we will tell you all about it and show you lets of other things at reasohable prices
Vehicles, Implements, Fencing, Roofing.
W. J. DABNEY IMPLEMENT CO.
96, 98 and 100 South Forsyth Street, Atlanta, Ga
“My Young Sister”
writes Mrs. Mary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss., “tools
my advice, which was, to take Cardui. She was
staying with me and was in terrible misery, but Car
dui helped her at once.
It Will Help You Z'
“Last spring,” Mrs. Hudson continues, “I was
in a rack of pain. The doctor did no good, so I began
to take Cardui. The first dose helped me. Now I
am in better health than in three years.”
Every girl and woman needs Cardui, to cure
irregularity, falling feelings, headache, backache and
similar female troubles. Cardui is safe, reliable,
scientific. Try Cardui.
AT ALL DRUG STORES
Doors, Windows, Blinds, Moulding,
Door and Window Frames and Man
tels to order otir specialty.
810 STOCK OF BEST PAINT AND ROOFINC.
We have the goods —also the prices that will please
you. Your trade wanted and always appreciated.
J. A. Ambrose & Co.
I Tin, Sheet Iron and Metal Worker
I am now prepared to do all kinds of Sheet Metal
Work. Tin Roofing, Metal Shingles, Sky Lights,
Metal Ceiling, Ridge Capping, Cresting, Finials,
IGutteyng and Sponting. 1
G. E. Maxcy
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Made right. Sold right. Send
for illustrated catalog free.
STOVER ENG. WORKS,
25 River St.
JUNE 21, 1909
F. O. SAM WON.
Funeral Director and Scientific
' Lawrenceville, Ca.
T carry a full line of Coffins, Cas
kets, Burial Suits, Robes, etc.
Calls Filleu Day or Night.
Free hearse to customers.
G. S. KELLEY^
Physician and Surgeon.
Having recently bought and moved
to the Jacobs old borne in Lawrence
vill, will answer all calls promptly,*
night, or day. Office at Bagwell drug
store. Beli phones at both places.
JOHN C. HOUSTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office Over Brown Bank A Trust Co
H. P. EDMONDS,
Office in Mcace bid.. Croghan street
C. L. VEAL.
Lawrenceville, Ca. *
Office in court house. Phone 36
All calls oromotlv answered.
M. D. RWIN,
Attorney at Law,
Office in the Hutchins law building,
opposite Bank of Lawrenceville. All
business given careful attention.
Practice in all the courts, state and
V. G. HOPKINS,
Offices in Cain building, Perry street.
Phones at Office and Residence.
T. K. Mitchell. Sr. T. K. Mitchell, Jr.
T. K. MITCHELL & SON
Physicians and Surgeons,,
Besides a general practice of Medicine
and Surgery, we make a specialty
of the treatment of the fol
Dropsy, Dyspepsia and Teething
children. The patronage of the
Pictures of the children
Pictures for their friends
Pictures for you and the chil
dren both to look on in future
> ears and bring back child,
hoed days once more.
Have them made by .
At the Studio.
OVER W. T. TANNER’S.
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