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THE WELUDrSt) MAN
for the highways.
The Shabby Man for the by-ways.
Thai’s the Wap of the world.
The wearer of one of our
wins out, for he inspires confidence.
Men respect him, children trust him
and the women love him.
Success h sewed into every seam of*j
, Two-Piece Suit
We have them at all prices. It]
would be like trying to gild refined
gold to try'to on
They are, PERFECTION
FOR SALB BY
“HARDMAN MERCHANDISE COMPANY,
>*. COMMERCE, GEORGIA
Miss Minnie Shannon, of Bold
Spring, passed through the ’city
last Saturday eu route to Atla ita
to visit relatives.
Editor Meeks, of Homer, was
on business last Saturduy.
Miss Gladys Crawford, of Lex
iugbon, who is m school at Bre
uau, spent las(, Sunday here with
her cousin, Miss L is Crawford.
Mr. Mayfield Pendergrasß spent
last Sunday Jwith homefolks at
Mr. C. E. Higginbotham, of
Fort Lamar, was here lastjSunday
a visitor at the home of Mr. J. C.
HOUSE FOR RENT—One nice
three room house, ceiled through
out, close in and coveuetutly lo
cated. See W. B. RICE
Parasiticide cureß itch in BO
minutes. GeTit from L. J. Sharp
A Healthly man is a king in his own
right: an unhealthly man is an un
happy slave. Burdock Blood Bitters
builds -p sound health —keeps you
Mrs. M. F. Nelms left the lat
ter part of last week to join her
husband m New York.
Mr. J. C. Selmau is attending
Franklin Superior .court at Car
nesyille this week.
Miss May Ola Littlejspent last
Sunday in Athens with her sister,
Gocd land, good improvements,
rent free. For good renter only.
L. J. SHARP.
buying examine J. T. Quillian’a
buggies, wagons and harness at
A nice line of fancy new buggy
tops at my shop. Call and see
■them. C. L. ECHOLS.
MANY A GOOD MAN
fails because be uses blank cartridges
in aiming at the target of Success
Tbe bullets with which we shoot are
and they hit the bulls-eye every shot.
They are the coolest, most comfort
able, most stylish Two-piece Suits
made. They are durable besides be
ing handsome. They still look new
after a season’s bard wear, for they
are made right.
There is no excuse for being ill dressed.
fits every purse as well as every fig
ure. In fashion and in fit they are
beyond criticism. The low • priced
ones are not cheap, the high-priced
ones are not dear. They are the only
Summer Suits for the class;s.and the
masses. ;ia sj
Miss Cecil Little of Commerce,
was the guest of Miss Vivan Capps
last Sunday.—Toccna Record.
Mrs. Odel Stapler and children,
who hpve been visiting Mr. T. A.
Capps’ fauiily, have gone for a
visit in Commerce before joining
Mr. Stapler in Atlanta.—Tocoa
Mr. J. M. Langston of near
Carnesville was in Lavonia this
week shaking hands with friends.
Mr. Langston is in the race fo
receiver and is getting acquainted
on tins side of the county.—Lavo
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is anew
remedy, an improvement on the laxa
tives of former years, as it does not
gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to
take. It is guarauteei. Sold by W
B Hardman & Cos.
Now that the spring eeason is
here, get a. nice new buggy top.
It will add to the appearance and
value, of your buggy. I have a
nice line just received. Would be
giad to show them.
C. L. ECKLES.
Hon. George D. Bennett, of
Greene county was in the city last
Monday. He likes to |come back
occasionally to ‘‘see the boys.”
He said, “I note what John Shan
non has to say ct me in his last
issue. I will go over to see him
some time soon, and I think he
and I can infuse a little life into
political matters in this county.
If we can do nothing else we can
discuss the governor, as Shannon
seems to think a great deal of the
present governor.”—Jackson Her
Hon. J. M. Nix, of Commerce,
spent a few Hours in v Jefferson
last week. He and Hon. G. L.
Carson were h9re on some official
business' Mayor Nix has plenty
Of executive ability and is mak i
iug the progressive city of Com
merce n splendid officer.
Mr. Editor:—l have never lost
my interest in farming since ti e
days of “auld lang syne,” when I
pulled the bell cord over “Dock
ieV’ back. And I reckon I never
will. To me there is nothing
more beautilu! ban the r rustling
corn and the waving grain. When
the Binel) of the now turned soil
is in the air I get reminescent.
Old dav9 and happy days come
thronging back into memory.
The farmer thinks he has a hard
thankless toil. But let a
man forsake farming and go into
some other field of labor. He will
find then that he belongs do some
body else. The tree*t man in
the world is the farmer who owns
his own farm and stays out of
I didn’t use to think so. Now
I know it. And the farmer gets
an occasional rest. Saturday eve
ning has found for me a peculiar
charm when I recollect the
ure of other days when we could
knock off work Saturday after
noon. What boy or man who
has enjoyed the pleasure of a dip
in Martin’s wash !hole |on Satur
day afternoon will forget it.
There were the swimming match
es, the luxuriant rolling on sand
bars, the climbing up in the old
oak where in Jseason the musca
dine nourished. What whooping
and hallooing. Sometimes I yet
yearn for a dip in the bend of the
river. ‘'And there were giants in
those days.” J:m Martin, the
mighty swimmer, Dave Carl an,
the high divir, and the boy
whoso name I havejforgotteu that
could dive clear acrosß the river.
Then a lot ot the smaller fry who
played in the shallow water like
a school of tniuuows. And there
was also the Saturday picnic.(Mr.
Ed tor do they still have them
EVEN THE; POOR^MAN
can afford .to wear a
’The'rich ’ man' cannot afford to do
They are made in many to'
suit many purses, but the same fault
less style, careful handling and solid
comfort are in each. Art and skill
are the creators, economical elegance
the ' characteristic of these goods.
There are as many virtues as there
are stitches in a
garment, and the comfort on a hot
summer day cannot be estimated in
Let us show you our line, priced from
$8 to S2O
over in that country ?■) There the
“brassy” swam was in his glory.
He courted all the girl* and was
the envy of his more bashful
brother, who yearned toward the
maiden fair, but didn’t have the
courage of the man of glibber
tongue. And when the noon hour
came the elegant and ample re
past was spread under the spread
ing ouk and all were invited to
“Where Jthe carcuss is there
will the eagles be gathered to
gether.” They came from afar.
I need not name them. The “pro
fessional” picnicker was there.
The man who considered it a
heinous offense to miss even one.
And the joker too was on baud.
He who amused himself and oth
ers by his chaff. And the beau
gallant who seemed to think that
the ladies would starve, except
Bless me! lean hear now tin
roar of the water over Burns mill
dam, an l catch the oJ >r of
the honey suckle in the air.
Happy is the man who can look
back on no worse dissipation than
wash holes, baseball and picnics.
Mr. Editor, I don’t ku ow wheth
er they are going to ask us to
come over to New Salem and He
bron this summer or not. But
who cares. A man don’t have to
have an invitation to go Lome. So
whether I get an invitation or
not I am coming if I can get off,
and I’ll be bound there is not a
man in all that couutry but that
will let me come in and give me a
royul welcome as in days of vore.
W. A. HARRIS.
I have a good four room house
on Spriug street for rent.
A. S. WEBB.
and prosperity will look at yon.
will help'you win Fortur
favor. > It is cut in the latest
shape,' trimmed with the finest
material, made in the swelles*
No tailor or cutter is too goou,
for these celebrated clothes.
A mark of good taste and of ab-r
solute reliability is the -
K.OOL label in th garment.
We have them at ail prices, and
all are good values. It is on the
'that we stake our reputation!
They will stay new, and to t e
last thread will make ypu look
Tax Receivers Notice.
I will be, at the folio wing i. laces
on dates named for the pu.-p 0 f
receiving State and County Tax for
iho year 1908.
The tax collector will be at these
appointments with the legislation
book for the purpose of registering
voters far the coining primaries.
Jefferson, April 6, 7 and'S, 9 a m.
•"To 3 p. m.
Apple Valley, April 9, 9 to 10 a. m.
Commerce, April 9. 11 ainto 3p m
Nicholson, April 10, 9 to llam
Clarksboro, April l(), 2 to 8 p tn
Statbam, Aprill 11, 9 to 12 p m
Chandler’s April 11, 2 to 3 p rn
Winder, April 118, 9amto 3p m
Hosohton, April 14.1 to 3p rn
Braselton April 14 4 p n and night
C D Gregory, April 15, 9 to 10 a m
Pendergrass. April 15, 1 to 3 p m
R R Hitchcock’s. April 15 at night
Miller’s April 16, 9 to lo a m
Maysville, April 16, 1 to 3 p m
Jefferson, April 17 and 18.
N. B. LORD.
Tax Receiver Jackson County.
Given up To Die.
B. Spiegel, 1204, N. Virginia St.,
Evansville, Irid. writes: ‘‘For over
live years I was troubled with kidney
and biadder atfeetions which caused
me nr.-ch pain and worry. I lost flesh
and was all run down and a year ;ago
had to abandon work entirely. I had
three of the best physicians who did
me no good and I was practically given
up to die. Foley’s Kidney Cure was
recommended and the first bottle gave
me great relief, and after taking the
second bottle I was entirely cured'”
Why not let it help you? So'd by \\ B
Hardman & Cos.
CORN AND FODDER FOR SALE
I have a lot of corn and
fodder for sale at my farm iu
Bushville, Batiks county.