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Bei it ordained by the May-
1-ancKity Council, Jf the city
|f Conyers, Ga., und it is
lereby tf ordained that by all authority persons
Ling the same,
dogs in said city shall
L required to pay a special
cense of one dollar per an
Li L for each furnished dog owned. free, A
[y Lying said city, to which all persons shall
,e worn by the dog. All dogs
10t provided with the proper
shall be taken up by the
ag and killed after
|h e thrd day unless spe¬
cial license fee is paid by the
Sec, 2 . Be it further or
kined that it shall be thedu
y of the City Clerk to keep a
record of all tags issued and
H description of the dog wear¬
ing same. ordained, That
his ordinance, having been
end the third time in open
Lncil, 1st. shall be of force Aug.
Chas. G. Turner, Mayor,
b II. Wallis, Clerk.
Call at The Weekly office
Hid secure tags .
| [ licit ordained by the Mayor and
(y Council of Hie City »f Conyers,
pa., ami it is ordained by authority
M the Bame, that on and after the
pwwHge of this ordinance, it shall be
juilHwful for any physician or physi
Ijans, practicing in said city, to de¬
pci any of the following contageous
ll«*ihesi Small Pox, Scarlet fever,
AollO.v In fever, Cholera and Diptheria
.vihi city, without reporting fame
kitliin 12 hours to the Mayor of said
t t.v i
)b it further ordained. That any
hi'Asician or physicians failing to
bmp!,y with this ordinance shall be
piiufv: guilty of disorderly conduct
lull upon conviction shall be punmh
[tl |wH'barter as prescribed in Sec, 20, of Amen
of said city.
I Mime ordinanoe read the 3rd time
|i>'lpassed, this July lfi, 1901.
C G Turner, Mayor,
.1 H Wallis, Clerk.
BY THE 15th. OF NEXT MONTH
Will Commence If Improvements II In My Store Room
EVERYTHING IN STOCK AT
Bargain prices between now and that time.
.fill leave for Eastern Markets after the 15th. Will close out as much old
tock possible to give neW goods more room, This is your chance to buy
foods at less prices than ever before. You can’t appreciate the values we are
;iviiig- until come and see them foi youiself. Don’t give up your cash
'util >ou investigate.
SUMMERS’ BIG CASH STORE.
CONYERS. GA. SATURDAY, JULY, 27, 1901.
1 vOtiffed I'oi- Corn Pone .
Corn pone, old fashioned and
appetizing, was introduced in
the House restaurant more
ten years ago by Congressman
Livingston of Georgia. The
congressman is an authority on
corn bread and an artist in
“When I fitst cime to
congress,” said Mr. Livingston,
“I thought I would starve
because I could not get corn
bread. I imagine I could feel my
backbone and stomach grow ing
together. The coin bread I had
served to me was positively not
fit to eat. it was watery, close
i » I hunted up the proprietor
of the House restaurant—the
poor fellow, peace to his ashes is
now dead — and told him I
wanted to send to Georgia for
some ground corn meal and that,
with his permission, I would
teach his chief how to cook a
pone aud hoecake. My propo¬
sition was agreed to, aud sir,
I didn,t wait to write, but I
telegraphed for a bushel of
‘Tn a few' days the express com
pany dumped a sack of meal off
at the House restaurant for me.
I untied the string and took a
long whiff. The aroma was
sweeter than that of any flower
that ever bloomed. I was so
desperately hungry that I
couldn.t lose time showing the
chef how to make the pone, but
made it myself. I brought
Judge Crisp, Tom Grimes,
Allen Candler and others of the
Georgia delegation down wbh
me to the restaurant, aud we
had a feast.
< k Well, the result was that
I tanght the chef how to cook
pones and hoecakes, and there
were many sacks of meal shipp
ed from Georgia to the House
The firm of Tucker & Swann is mu¬
tually disolved this day, Mr. Swann
sellm" out Ids interest to Mr, Tucker,
who takes charge of everything ami
assumes all debts and liabilities in
ids own name, Thera are some ac¬
counts owing ami due the firm that
are not disposed otf in the trade.
In retiring we wish to say that our
relations as partners and otherwise
here have been throughoutout pleas¬
ant and agreeable.
Conyers, Ga. P G Tucker.
June 10, 901.'' T G Swann.
What The Children Cost.
The following f:om the Phil¬
adelphia Time* suggest8 an
interesting line of thought :
“Do you suppse I’m worth
it? ” a bright girl exclaimed, as
she handed me a neatly bound
account book ‘ From June 10,
1880,” it said on the cover.
Opening tothe first, page I found
a list of expenses including 6uch
articles as rubber rings, patent
food, etc. “That is a record of
every cent that has been spent
for yours truly since the date of
her biith’“ she explained.
< ( Mania started the books for
both Fred and me, and kept
them till we were sixteen, then
she made us do it. You Bee,
turning the leaves, “she put
down everything, even to our
baby photographs, and its been
a wholesome revelation for us to
count up the totals one" in a
This account was complete.
The cost of a child could never
be put on paper.
If some children cold know
what they cost., not in dollars
and cents, merely, but in
sacrifice and heartache, they
would be a trifle more consider¬
ate of old folks. But they are
children let them be children—
light-hearted and free —and let
not the joy of childhood be
filched from them by care. They
will have enough of that later
in life •
Another view of it would be—
what does it all cost the child if
he is cheated out of childhood’s
joys? It may make him a dullard
foi life.—Atlanta Daily News.
Wise or Otherwise.
When anget rises judgment
takes a back ccat •
Avarice sometimes miscalcu¬
lates and always deceives.
More people squint with their
brains than with their eyes.
Be what natur*? intended you to
be atid you ill be a success.
Oue of the duties of to-day is
to qualifyourself for to-morrow.
Hope is the mainspring that
makes a man’s wheels go
He who borrows money from
his neighbor never hears the
last of it.
A man isa confirmed ilar when
nothing he says can be confirm
Woman never really < njoys h >v
prettiest flock until its eeoned
A faultless character never
gets set in the opinion that it
Men are like wagons— they
rattle most when there is noth¬
ing in them.
It is easier to epproach luxu
ries than it is to back away from
The world may owe every
man a living • but it takes a
hu8tler fco collecti ».
What some men live on is of
less interest to the world than
why they live on'
The man who feals certain of
success and labors to that end is
seldom mist a k u.
The narrow minded man
hasn't a thought beyond the
limited sphere of his vision
The Twentieth Century
She is plastic and elastic and
can trip the light fantastic in
a style enthusiastic with
abondon that is rare;
She is sweetness and petieness in
a bunch ot great complete¬
ness and she keeps us at her
feetness in a manner debonair.
She can dally on the alley with
ten pins and make a tally,
and the boys around hei
rally when she‘8 out upon
the • links.
And she‘11 patterround and
chatter on most any weighty
matter, but 9tie talking
her hat —’er little thinker
On, she’s happy when she’s
frapp** and is throwing bright
and snappy bits of Chilkoot
Pass at chappy, freezing sout
the spoony boys.
And the measure of her plea
sure in her neverceasing lets
ure is a little world of trea
suren i unmitigated joys.
She,11 abuse you and amuse you
and both well and ill she use
you, and she’ll finally refuse
you, tho’ heart broken yo
But don’t bother—get anoth¬
er —be content to be her broth¬
er for she likes to see her moth
er < ,,n< T P n £ up the kitchen
ii tor • — Denver 'iim\s.
An Enterpiising Citizen.
Mr. E. L AI maud, our clever
and energetic ha d\v ire ai d bug
(lealer : ' ml undertaker, since
lie embarked in business here
two ^ ars a -°> lms ever bceu on
the alert for business, striving for
the mastery in ever} thing lieun
dertakes to do. Pis business lias
gradually but constantly increas
ed from the start and he lias won
many friends am mg the farmers
and U3ers of Hardware.
In the matter of his undertak¬
ing business, he not only keeps
everything the trade demands
from the cheapest cotlin to the
best casket, but keeps up with the
march of progress in serving his
customers in the latest, up-to-date
manner, in all lines of his busi
Mr. Aimand has devoted a great
deal of time and hard study to the
profession of Embalming, and is
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similating llteFood and Bowels Regula¬ of
ting the Stomachs and
ANfAIS fS/iH LLl)HEN
Promotes anti Rest.Contains Digeslion.Cheerful- neither !
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
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tion A perfect Sour Remedy' Stomach,Diarrhoea fur Constipa¬
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
Alb mdiilhs old
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EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
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Einhalnjii ?• "f Cii einuatti.'Ohii
< f Emlmimit g
ind and tIn* Scut kern School «f
Kinbabnit g, Augusta. Ga., and
now holds- license to pi act ice. He
pm! esion of Embalming from tl e
bta'e board, having stood ji vety
rigid examinati-'ii ar Macon. Ga.,
July 10th, without which no un¬
dertaker is alb wed to follow tl o
profession ot embalming in th s
Mr. Aimand isthoouly licensed
Em baler on tho Georgia Railroad
between Atlanta and Augusta.—
Social Circle Sentry.
The above complimentary re¬
marks concerning a former citizen
of Conyers will be read with pleas¬
ure by bis many friends hero.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
r For Over
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.