W6sy S© Tak©
Pplasy to Operate
L Ara features peculiar to Hood's Pills. Small In
size, tasteless, ef.ic.QLt, thorough. As one man
said: *• You never know yon . , __ _
have taken a pill till tis all I-• D3
over.” 2.**. C. I. Iloodcc Cos., [ r-*' i *, Vi.*v
Proprietors. Lowell, Mass. “ L i_. b
The only pills to take with Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
£ IIARLES M. WALKER,
A TTO RNK Y- A T- 1. A AY,
Harmony Grove, Ga,
> Will practice in nil the courts of Jackson
Banks. Franklin and Madison counties.
Prompt attention given to all business.
yy G. SHARP,
Office with Dr. 11. C. Strickland.
J)R. W. 15. JACKSON,
Harmony Grove, Ga.
* Office over Rates’ Jewelry Store.
Harmony Grove, Ga
Office. North astern Bank Building.
piKE & AYERS,
in all the Coits.
(Ilfice over the Bank.
QOE. W. BROWN,
Attorney and counsellor-at-law,
AVi 11 do a general practice. Collecting, Com
mercial Law and Criminal Practice, Specialties.
piIAS. B. HENRY,
p C. ARMISTEAD,
Will practice in all the Courts.
1> B. RUSSELL,
Attorney-a t-L aw .
And Personal Mention*
Col. Brown of Athens attended
court here yesterday.
Mr. W. B. Power spent a few
days last week in Augusta.
All good mothers keep I)r. Tioli
enor’s Antiseptic to nse when the
children get hurt or have colic. Only
50 cts a bottle.
Dr. W. B. Hardman spent last
Friday in Atlanta on business.
Judge J. I>. Estese of Gainesville
was in town a short while last Fri
“What’s the matter” with giving
your horse or mule a dose cf Dr.
Tichenor’s Antiseptic when he lias
colic? It will cure him and that’s
what you want.
Capt. J. R. Little and Mr. AY. T.
Harbor are m Missouri this week
Col. It. L. J. Smith went down to
F.lberton last Friday night on pro
J. F. Dowdy of Winterville is vis
iting his brother Mr. J. W. Dowdy
on Carnesville street.
Why not call and have your eyes
examined free of charge at C. S.
Bate’s Jewelry Store,
There con be no incarnation or
suppuration in any wound properly
dressed with Dr. Tichenor’s Anti
septic. If you don’t believe it just
try it, —then you’ll know.
Mr. R. I). Moore one of the most
prosperous farmers in Dry Pond dis
trict was in the Grove a short while
Miss Genna Fort son of Elbert
county is visiting Airs. C. J. Hood
on North Elm street.
Notice the “ad” of .Nunn and Wil
hite in another column and don’t
fail to see them before buying your
A young man visitor arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. O.
Pittman last Friday. He will make
that his home.
Look out for that dynamo and
plating outfit at C. S. Bate’s Jewelry
W. L. Little has been at home for
several days confined to his room
with La Grippe. We are glad to see
him on the streets again.
PERFECT and permanent are tne
cures by Hood’s Sarsaparilla, be
cause it makes pure,' rich, healthy,
life and health-giving SLCOD.
Mr. R. D. Moore was in town this
morning to get a coffin for Mr, Por
ter who died at his home near Dry
Pond last night.
Dr. Tichenor’s Antiseptic smells
like peppermeul candy and is “just
| as good” but for a different purpose.
Try it next time you get hurt or have
a colic. Only 50 cents.
Xo use to throw away your watch
| because its brass; just have it gold
| plated at C. S. Bute’s Jewelry Ston
and be in the band wagon.
Miss Eula Witcher, a charming
young lady from Athens, after spend
ing several days with .Miss Michael
at the Central Hotel, returned to her
home in Athens to-day.
When you get hurt, use Dr. Tich
enor’s Antiseptic. You’ll never
know just how good it is until you
try if. Only 50 cts. at your drug
The Atlanta Journal “sho” did
spank the baby Tuesday evening
The little lying thing ought to hi
“spanked” good, but its mama is tc
blame for she yet the example.
It preserves the flesh when lacer
ated or wounded in any way. Stops
the bleeding, stops the pain and heals
quicker than anything. That is what
Dr. Tichenor’s Antiseptic does. Try
it when you get hurt.
Commencing with next week’s
issue we will print both sides of our
paper at home. Hie “Echo” is go
ing to be a paper in spite of these
pull-backs. If you can’t help us
shut your mouth and get out of the
Miss Mildred Rutherford’s new
hook entitled “Mannie Brown and
Edward Kennedy” for sale at one
dollar a copy at Ilardman & Shan
Why don’t you dress that wound
with Dr. Tichenor’s Antiseptic in
stead of that old greasy salve or
ointment? It will prevent or remove
inflammation and soreness and heal
it much quicker and is so much
cleaner and more pleasant.
Those wishing to contribute to the
box the Baptist ladies are getting up
for a missionary's family m foreign
fields will please send their contribu
tions to Mrs. 11. (). Williford instead
of Mrs. Dobbs as was stated in
circulars already sent out.
From a letter received yesterday
by .Mr. J. X. Telford from Rev. 11.
S. Aliyn in South America we learn
that Mrs. Aliyn has been very low
with La Grippe and for two days
was not expected to live but is now
For Infants and Children,
In Memory of oar Beloved
W. C, Oliver.
W herens, Divine Providence has
in Ilis wisdom seen fit to remove
from our midst on Xov. 24, 1890
brother W. Oliver a most worthy-'
member of New Salem Grange, and
an honest soil of Rev. Jackson Oliver
deceased; and whereas he possessed
many excellent traits of character
and true manhood, being a successful
farmer, a good and loyal citizen, the
best of neighbors, a man without an
enemy, a very kind and devoted
husband and father, a man of-ex
cellent judgement which made him
a wise counselor, and we sincerely
believe an humble and true disciple
of the meek and lowly Jesus, there
fore be it
Resolved first That in the death of
brother W. C. Oliver, his bereaved
family have sustained a great and
ii reparable loss.
This Grange in which he was long
honored with one of its highest
offices is deprived of a most worthy
and efficient member: his church has
laid to rest one of its most conscien
tious and faithful teachers: the com
munity one of its kindest and oblig
ing neighbors: the county one of its
purest and noblest citizens:—all
mourn his loss.
Resolved second, That we hereby
| express our deepest sympathy for
the stricken family of our beloved
| brother: that we commend them to
i the loving care and keeping of Him
•‘who doetli all things well,” and pra\
that this sad affliction may work out
for their good as well as our own.
Resolved third, That a page upon
our minute book be inscribed to his
memory; that the resolutions be duly
recorded, and that a copy of same
|be furnished the family of the de-
W. T. M. IJrock,
W. G. Parks,
J. L- Telford,
Y.IRED WIOTHERS find help
■ in Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which gives
them pure blood, a good appetite and
new and needed STRENGTH.
Mr. B. W. White has had his
dwelling house repaired and paint
ed and nobody in town has got a
neater cottage home than lie.
Richard Lyle cut his foot badly
with an ax last Tuesday.
Mr. 11. J. David is erecting a
warehouse on the railroad right
of-way and will be in the guano
business here this season.
Mr. C. T. Bacon is arranging to
run a corn mill in connection with
his chair factory. This enterprise
will !>e of great convenience to
the citizens here and we hope a
profitable investment for him.
We Maysville folks want the
Harmony Grove ’Phone Cos. to
make haste and extend the line up
the road. We want to talk to
Grillsville and Gainesville a min
Mrs. IL. W. "Wooding has return
ed from visiting her many rela
tives and friends in Atlanta and
Prof. Neal’s school is still flour
ishing. There are near one hun
dred and fifty pupils now on roll,
and many more are expected
to enter soon. We can safe
ly say that Prof. Neal will have as
good a school as has been seen in
Maysville in a great while.
At the residence of Mr. If. D.
Watkins yesterday (Wednesday)
afternoon at two o’clock Miss Fannie
Cochran and Mr. A. S. Eberliavt
were joined in the holy bonds of
matrimony. Immediately after the
marriage they departed, amid the
inclement weather, for the bride’s
father, Mr. W. T. Cochran. Many
of their relatives and friends accom
panied them. They will remain
over there a day or two after which
they will return to. Maysville and
move and prepare to go to house
keeping. Miss Fannie is an accom
plished young lady while Mr Eber
hart is a young energetic good busi
ness man. We extend to the new
couple our heartiest congratulations
and wish them much success in life.
Among the many presents present
ed to them are as follows: J. R. Carr
Sc Cos., one suite furniture; Mr. and
Its, T. J. Carr, one rocker; Messrs
H. S. Wooding and 0. W. McCurdy,
one silver sugar dish and shell; Mr.
Morgan White, one picture and
frame; Miss Lucy Newton, one lamp;
Miss Fannie Lee Atkins, one centre
table; Mr. Ed Garrison, one lamp;
Drs. C. X. and W, 8. Wilson, one
set silver spoons, one set chairs and
water set; Mr. Parker Watkins, one
rocker; Mr. J, L. Christian, one sal
nl dish and sugar bowl; Misses
Charlie Everlyn and Dona Comer,
one picture frame.
“GREATEST OK EARTH.”
S>?.*. Miles’ lEestorative Nci-vime.
Mr. R. T. Caldwell, is book-keeper In
the First National Rank of Fulton, Ky.
"I was completely run down, My nerves
became so unstrung through loss of sloop
and worry that I felt sure I would bo com
pelled to give up my position. I would lio
awake ali night long, and it took but little
\ U I
to shake mo im so that I could not possibly
attend to my business as I should. In
connection with this I had liver trouble,
heav? -ess about the stcmoch, and pains in
differ,, nfi paits of my body. I was also much
reduced in flesh. I was persuaded to try
Dr. Miles 5 Restorative Nervine.
I first procured a trial bottle from a local
druggist and good results quickly followed. I
then procure! i a dollar bottle, and by the time
I had used this up I was a different man. I
am now on my third bottle and am able to
sleep soundly and eat regularly, something
1 could not possibly do before taking your
Nervine. I am now fully recovered, and do not
hesitate to pronounce Dr. Miles’ Restorative
Nervine the Greatest nervine on earth."
Fulton, Ky. R. T. CALDWELL.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine Is sold on a positive
guarantee that the first bottle will benefit.
All druggists sell it at $1,6 bottles for $5, or
it will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price
by the Dr. Miles Medical Cos., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine Re f‘Stb
Maysville, Ga., Jan. 7, 1897.
Editor Harmony Grove, Echo,
Will you kindly publish the
“Mr. George O. Shackleford and
Miss Cinthia M. Garner, all of Jack
son Cos. Ga., were secretly married
by me, at my home in Maysville, Ga.
in the presence of my wife, on the
eighth day of March 1896. The mar
riage license were issued by W. L.
Calhoun Ordinary of Fulton county
R. D. Hawkins,
Pigs for Sale.
A few choice, thrifty pigs now
ready to put in pen.
The building committee of Berea
Academy met at the Academy Jan.
16, and after they got through with
business passed the following resolu
Whereas, it became necessary for
us to enlarge our school building, he
Resolved That we tender our
thanks to the surrounding country
for their aid in doing so.
Resolved That we tender our
thanks to the citizens of Harmony
Grove for their very liberal contri
J. T. Strickland has sold out his
stock of goods to Uncle Henry
Hawks. The Hawks’ store is now
inn by the original Uncle Henry.
Berea can now boast of a good
school building and our school is
flourishing under the tutorship of Prof
A. P. X. Unaenvood of Carnesville,
Ga, and it bids fair to be one of the
best schools ever taught at Berea
for Prof. Underwood is an enthusi
Rev. J. F. Goode of Carnesville
having been called to the pastoral
ship of Berea church is expected to
be with us next Saturday and Sun
day. Come out and bear him.
Berea is not behind in the line of
progress. Mr. W. M. Thurman lias
built a nice residence, and a nice
domicile can be seen from afar erec
ted by Mr. Ell Hawks, and we are
of the opinion that there are several
girls that would like to be the happy
one to watch Ell to and from the
farm through those glass doors.
We are glad to say that Mr. J. A.
Sailors of Ila has moved into our
community. He resides at the old
Uncle Flick Sailors place. Also
Messrs John Robertson and John
Day of Santifee district have moved
to the White place,.
Miss Ina Strickland has been quite
sick for the last week but glad to
sav she is improving to the delight
of all her friends especially a certain
young man in our settlement.
Mr. Reuben Benton is right sick
at this writing but we hope to see
him out again in a few days.
The young people enjoyed a nice
party at Mr. Howell Roddys Satur
(lav night the 16th.
We are sorry that last Sunday
was such a bad day on Mr Jesse L.
Smith’s account, for you know he
wanted to sport that new buggy.
It is Thought by Many
when, the Creator said to woman
“in sorrow shalt thou bring forth
children,” that a curse was pro
nounced, but the joy felt by every
Mother when she first presses tc
her heart her babe, proves the
Danger and suffering lurk in
the pathway of the Expectant
Mother, and should be avoided,
that she may reach the hour
when the hope of her heart is to
be realized, in full vigor and
“Mother s Friend"
i t li O U t
and at the trying hour makes
Child-birth easy, as eo many hap
py mothers have experienced.
Nothing but “Mother's Friend “
does this. Don’t be deceived.
“Mother’s Friend” is the greatest remedy ever
put on the market,and ail my customers praise it
highly.”—W.H.King & Cos., Whitewright, Tex.
Sent by Mail,on receipt cf price, SI.OO PF.fi COTTLE.
Book ‘‘To Expectant Mothers” mailed in e, con?
taining valuable iniormation and voluntary
The BRADFLiLD REGULATOR CO..ATLAHTA.GA.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
The Discovery Saved His Life-
Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, Hea- j
versville, 111., says: “To Dr. King’s |
New Discovery I owe my life. Was I
taken with La Grippe and tried all j
the physicians for miles about, but of
no avail and was given up and to’d 1
could not live. Having Dr. King’s j
New Discovery in my store I sent j
for a bottle and began its use and
from the first dose began to get bet
ter, and after using three bottles was
up and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won’t keep
store or house without it.” Get a free
trial at L. J. Sharp cfc Bro.’s durg
Buckleu’s Arnica Salve,
The Best Salve in the wolrld
for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, LTcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Files, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box For Sale by L. J. Sharp Sc
Wonderful are the cures by Hood’s
Sarsaparilla and yet it is only because
as the one true blood purifier, it. makes
pure, rich, healthy, life-giving
Hood’s Pills for the liver and
bowels, act easily, yet promptly. 25c.
•• ' " •*
AVegc table Prep ara (ion for As
ILn£ the Stomachs and Dowels of
nebs and Rest. Con tains neither
Opium.Morptune nor Mineral.
JKc.-jv of Old Hr SAMUEL PITCHER
J\w:nLm SccJL “
jf/x.Scrma * ]
lA rAcl/c Sails I
sfn/ss Seed *■
Jhsperrmnt - >
lit Carbonate So la, * I
Ji&rm Seed - |
Clarified Sugar . J
hihteyreen- Flavor. J
Aperfect Remedy for fonstipa
tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and LOSS ©F SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
Tourist Sleeping- Car Line Between Washing
ton and San Francisco,
The Southern Railway and its
connections (the A. & W. P., L. Sc
X. and Southern Pacific) have in
augurated a Tourist Sleeping Car
Line between Washington and San
Francisco, via Atlanta, New Orleans
and Los Angeles. This sleeping car
goes through without change, leav
ing Washington every Saturday
morning at 11.15, and is accompa
nied by a personal conductor and
Pullman’ porter, who go through.
The Pullman fare for double berth
is §7.00 from Washington to San
This service is especially Ur the
convenience of parties holding.sec
ond-class tickets, though first-class I
tickets are good in the car.
Further information may he oh- j
tamed from any Southern Railway
or Southern Pacific agent or official,
or from A. J, Poston, General Agent,
511 Pennsylvania Avenue, Wash
ington, TANARUS). C., or from
W. A. Turk, G. P. A„ Sou. Ry.,
Washington, D. C.
How to Enjoy Good Health-
If von are suffering with any skin
or blood disease, Rheumatism, Ca
tarrh, Ulcers, Old Sores, General
Debility, etc., send stamp to the
Blood Balm Cos., Atlanta, Ga., for
book of wonderful cures, free. This
book will point the way to speedy
recovery. Botanic Blood Balm, (B.
B. B.) is manufactured after a long
tested prescription of an eminent
physician, and is the best building-up
and blood purifying medicine in the
world. Beware of substitutes. Price
SI.OO for large bottle See advertise
For sale by Druggists.
Os is rp ois^
T. A. Slocum, M. C , tlie Great Chemist and
Scientist, V/ill Send Free, to the Afflicted
Three Bottles of 'His Newly Discovered
Remedies to Cure Consumption
and All Lung Troubles
Nothing could be fairer, more
philanthropic or carry more joy to
the afflicted, than the offer of T. A.
Slocum, M. C., of New York City,
Confident that lie lias discovered
a reliable cure for consumption and j
all bronchial, throat and lung dis- !
eases, general decline and weakness, !
loss of flesh and all conditions of j
wasting, and to make its great merits j
known, he will send, free, three bot
tles to any reader of the Echo who
may be suffering.
Already this “new scientific course
of medicine'’ has permantly cured
thousands of appearently hopeless
The Doctor considers it his relig
ious duty—a duty which he owes to
humanity—to donate his infallible
He has proved the dreaded con
sumption to be a curable disease be
yond any doubt, and has on file m his
American and European laboratories
i testimonials of experience from those
benefitted and ctund, in all parts of
Don’t ‘delay until it is too late. COll
- ■ .
sumptiop; uninterrupted, means
spec ly sind certain death. Address
T. A. Sfocum, AI. C„ 98 Pine street,
New York, and when writing the
Doctor, five express and posloffice
address, land please mention reading
ibis article in the Echo.
Jr— —•- 1- __
NEURALGIA cured by Dr. Miles’ Pain
Pill“ “time cent a dose. At all druggists
IS ON THE
BOTTLE OB 1
Oastoria is pat rp in ono-siso tattles only. It
is not sold in balk. Don't allow anyone to soil
yon anything cl so on tho plea or promise that it
isf 11 just a3 good-’ and "will answer every pur
pose,' 1 -fti“Sco that you get C-A-S-T-O-B-I-A.
cx * wrapper.
: 1 ff* \ Li i ! jE.O
SmSth ; r • ? STO A *!5
C ,r3trS *
To AHaut.i. ( I'.ai'i,. ... August-!. AthoiK,
Wilmington, Now Orlcan, u . : .i Now y o rk. n OB .
ton, Hiclimond, Washington', 3\ w r.irk, Ports
Schedule in effect IJov. 22, 1296-
No. P i. No. 41
r v. Now York pm *9 (.; p;r
i.v. Philadelphia . . . . :> ]..■ :n 12 e.vam
Lv. Brltimoiv Hi inn * 2 Pf-am
Ia . W as! . <rt• -a ... .1 -i a n>
I.V. Richmond . . . . ii <1 > ; :
I.v. Ni.ri'in !< 1 i -.ri -n . ■■ ; ...
I.v. Woltlon ;: .J I. v;ni *it r>safn
AO. Henderson . . . .*4 :;r im 1 : ■ • ::
Ai'. Dumam . . , . . -,-7 "Siam -;TTTipm
Ucjiurbrne . ■ ! 1 .on
A r. Raleigh . . . *5 .%.> t:.i A 84pm
'vSanford . . . 7 I!.: u 4 sspm
s.iniAvni Pint'.- . . s ivam r> -liipm
Ai 1 . llamk't . . . . ii; 55pm
Ar. Wados’.ioro . . 9 5.;r.m 8 Ol’pm
Ar. Monroe . . .10 LOani ,s 55pm
Ar. Ciiarlotto . . .*ll SJjpit *Tnliupm
Ar. Chester i .Pi ospm ’ 10 : J .2pm
Ar. Civnt,m . . . 1 •;Spin 11 sSpm
Ar. Greeny.- r>d . . 2 ".pin l noinr.
Ar. Abbeville . . . 0 copm 1 82;im
\r. hilberton . . .4 t'bpni 2 111 lam
Ar. Alliens . . .5 ! ipm 8 nsam
Ar. Winder . . . 3 .V.lpm 4 21am
A '. Atlanta (C. TANARUS.) . ti 45pm 5 20am
No 402 No 3S
I. Atlanta (C. TANARUS.) Al 2 ooii’n =*-.s 10pm
•* Alliens • . . . 2 55pm 11 ifipm
•• Elbertou . , .4 00pm 12 P.am
“ Abbeville . . . 5 bbpi.i l 47inn
Greenwood . . . 5 80pm 2 15am
•• Clinton . . . !! 25pm i! 10am
•' Chester * * * * . :■ .pm 4 48iim
•• Charlotte . . . '•?* r 'pm 25am
•• Monroe . . . • 9 15pm 6 18am
“ Hamlet . . . .10 il'ipni S 15am
Southern l’ines . .II .'iym 9 15am
" Raleigh . . . 2tsam -X-13 31am
Ar. Durham . . . |-7 02am yl 00pm
i.v. Durliam . ■ .44 O'lmi (i 1 beam
Ar. Weldon . . . -A] i)snm *0 i.iipm
“ Richmond . . . 0 4!)am (> 4Gpn<
• Washington . . 10 4 "'am 11 10pm
“ Baltimore , . • . 12 o u'n 12 Lam
" Philadelphia ... 2 ’.’"pin 8 15am
" New York . . . *1 58pm #0 53am
** Portsmouth . . .7 .'i l :l 5 -Vljiin
" Norfork . . . #7 50am (> loom
*i)aily. '(-Daily except Sunday.
Nos. 193 and 402—“Tlie Atlanta Special’
Solid Vestibule i Train o£ Pullman .Sleepers
and Coaches boPVet u Washington and Atlanta,
also Pullman Sleepers bciv.et n Portsmouth and
Nos. 41 and 33—“ The S. A. L- Express,”
■Sold Train Coaches and Pullman Sleepers be
tweeu Portsmouth and Atlanta.
For Tickets, sleepers, etc., apply to
B. A. NEWI.AND,Geu. Agi. Pass. Dept,
WmB.CLEMENTS,Tarv. las-. Agt.,
II Kimball 4.L .use, Atlanta, Ga
K. ST. .JOHN. Vit e-Pr.v. and G n’l Mgr.
. K. MelilCE. i i.-a’l Sup. •'int-en lent.
11. W. H.GEOVriK. Trailie Mgr
r.J. ANDE dSCN, t.i n’l Pass Vgt.
Generaloilites, PORTSMOUTH, V
ft fif :-l 8 m M n W ur> caa tWok
IsC A3s■: H : 3 WSJ r.hHH <;f some siinplo
f;CiiB.,W A if. 8 S tU V)ti thipg to patent?
Protect vour ideas; tliev may bring; you wealth.
Write JOHN WifiDDF.UUURN - CO.. Patent Attor
neys, Washington, I>. C. t for their SI,BOO prizo oiler
and list oi two Hundred. inventions wanted.
An Atlanta Enterprise of Great Merit.
If affords us pleasure to call espe
cial attention to the advertisement of
“The Mothers’ Friend.” appearing in
The Trad field Regulator Cos., of
Atlanta, Ga., have at great expense
issued a most attractive and merit
oriojis hook, winch they mail free,
containing information of the great
est value and importance to all ladies
expecting to become mothers.
That the “Mothers’ Friend’’ is a
remedy wonderful in its effects, and
relieves the expectant mother of in
credible suffering and robs the final
hour of confinement of its dread,
pain and terror, is fully attested by
the experience of happy mothers all
over this continent.
A perusal of the book will con
vince any lady, and the use of
“Mothers’ Friend cause her to be
come its enthusiastic friend, blessing
the hour when first she heard of it
i and was induced to use it.
Send your name and address to
| The Brad field Regulator Cos., Atlan
! t.a, Ga., and receive in return, free,
| this excellent book, “To Expectant
j Mothers,” containing information of
i value to all ladies.
$5.09 REWARD IN GOLD.
|To any ono who will find and de
liver my young, white and spec k
eled mtter dog. Di. appeared De
L. (I. Hardman,
Harmony Grove, Ga.
WE ARE HERE AG-II
This spring- with an entirely new stoe*
DRY GOODS, NOTJQN^^M
SHOES AND GROC^W^P
W e have the goods and yon need tlM|
you liave the money and we need it, so
we can make it of mutual benefit. Call
and see for yourself.
W e arc agents for the Worcester, corset
T. E. KEY & CO.
Contractors and Builders,
Lumber, Doors, Sash and Blinds,
AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS MATERIAL.
Estimates ©n Building and Materials
Furnished an Application.
OFFICE AND PLANING MILL AT ATHENS FOUNDRY
AND MACHINE WORKS.
Shop ’Phone No. 40. Residence ’Phone No. 143.
Wis and Coca
flake Good Winter
We are dispensing* more of them this
winter than ever before at the same? season
Hot Chocolate and Hot Coffee
We do the paint and oil trade of this
section. Get our prices before buying.
3W. O. X l ar cl man &:
HARMONY GROVE, GA.
r-y.-7?A hi O. GU&SSAHTEE JOBK
.Crlf eh H g E t TOBACCO $ iP§ 6u
tii i'i3 Ei 4-y HK® HABIT ifUlllElgß
Over I/t'O,ooo boxes sold. 300.000 cures pvcvo poxrcr to destroy tbs desire fer tobacco in any
lorm No-to-bac is the croato&t nerve-food m tbe world. Many tgaiu 10 pounds in 10 days and it never
l'-iils to make the weak Impotent man strong',
-1;. hied. We expect you to bcliovo what wo say. for a euro is absolutely guaranteed by druggists every
v. hold. Send for our bookl et ‘'Don’tTobacco A;?it and pcjos • Your i-dfe Away,” written guarantee and
free sample. Address TUJ£ 3TjSJSJLiI&i t* £££>'JJL £l) Y CO., Chicago or A’cw York.
Sold and Guaranteed by L. G. Hardman & Bro.
In order to make room for our spring
goods we are offering our line of
Mug, Slices, Hats and NecKWear
at greatly reduced prices.
This is not merely an advertisement but
just what we are doing.
\A/e are NOT selling out at cost. \ye
are not going out of business but if you
will buy from us we will save you sfeme
Next door to Hardman Bros.’ Drug Store.