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Barnesville News Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Barnesville, GeorgiaBarnesville news Gazette. Volume 53 Barnesville Georgia thursday september 23, 1920 number 27wise nominated again democratic administration is endorsed. At a meeting of the delegates from the sixth congressional District at the Dempsey hotel in Macon last saturday Hon. J. Walter Wise of Fayetteville was declared to be the nominee of the democratic party for congressman from the sixth District and resolutions praising the accomplishments of the administration during the past eight years were adopted. The Resolution follows a resolved by the democratic congressional convention of the sixth District of Georgia that we renew our allegiance to the principles of the democratic party proclaim our Pride in the glorious record of achievements accomplished by the democratic administration Senate and House of representatives during the last eight years and pledge our Hearty support to the National democratic platform and candidates in the coming november in accepting the nomination or. Wise praised the administration for the constructive legislation that has been enacted since the democrats came into Power eight years ago. He said that never before in the history of the country has so much legislation benefiting the South been enacted As there has been in the last four years. In conclusion or. Wise thanked the delegates for the nomination and said he would continue to represent his constituents to the Best of his ability. At the opening of the convention John r. L. Smith of Bibb was reelected chairman j. P. Carson of Monroe vice chairman w. H. Wheaton of Spalding Secretary and c. D. Redwine of Fayette assistant Secretary by a unanimous vote. A motion was adopted authorizing the chairman to appoint a committee to nominate candidates for the executive committee to serve during the ensuing two years. Chairman Smith appointed j. W. Culpepper of Fayette g. W. Huie of Clayton r. L. Duke of Spalding William Harris of Henry w. H. Mays of Butts w. W. Burgess of Jones f. L. Penn of Jasper and j. P. Carson of Monroe on the nominating committee. This committee named j. Culpepper of Fayette chairman with f. L. Penn Secretary. The members of the executive committees from each county were Bibb Walter Defore or. C a. Perdue j. B. Turner John t. Moore Butts a. H. Ogletree j. D. Jones Clayton g. M. Huie and c. H. Hutchison Crawford h. J. Mccrary and i. P. Moore Fayette j. W. Culpepper and r. D. Minter Henry s. C. Mcwilliams and w. M. Harris Jasper f. L. Penn and j. A Benton Jones j. R. Van Buren sr., and w. W. Barron or. Monroe j. H. Mott and j. P. Carson Pike c. R. Gwyn and b. H. Hardy Spalding r. L. Duke and s. D. Stapleton Upson w. L. Jenkins and p. F. Brown. Just previous to the adoption of the motion to adjourn chairman Smith made a Short talk urging and advising the members present to stick to the democratic party and support its nominee in the general election in november. After the convention the delegates were entertained at dinner by congressman Wise in the dining room at the Dempsey talk with a Barnesville Man or. J. F. Taylor Farmer of 408 Forsyth Street tells his experience. There is nothing like a talk with one of our own citizens for giving Hope and encouragement to the anxious sufferer from the dread kidney disease. W a therefore give Here an inter new with a Barnesville Man a i strained my Back a Long time ago and since then it has always Hurt me to stoop or lift a says or. Taylor. A at times my kidneys get out of order and i get sore and my Back pains me. My kidneys act too freely too. I when 1 notice these symptoms i get i a Box of Doans kidney pills at the City drug store and they soon put my Back and kidneys in Good condition. I highly recommend them to anyone having any trouble with their the above statement was Given a february 11, 1915, and on March 23, i 1918, or. Taylor said Quot my Back has been Strong and my kidneys have been in a perfectly sound healthy condition Ever since Doans kidney pills cured me some time ago. I advise anyone with kidney complaint to give this remedy a 60c, at All dealers. Foster Mil bum co., mfrs., Buffalo n. Church constituted at the Roc big furniture Sale or. John t. Middlebrooks will conduct a big special furniture Sale beginning saturday of this week. He has a big Stock of first class Fumi iture on hand and the special Sale will be of great interest to the people of the Section at this time. Read carefully the double Page advertisement i in the news Gazette today giving the details of the important event. Or. George Adams of Atlanta spent the w Eek end in the City. Or. And mrs. B. F. Reeves or. And mrs. Eugene Armstrong and mrs. T. L. Marquis motored to Macon sunday spending the Day with mrs. Hunter Johnson. Capt. John Howard and sister. Miss Nan of Zebulon spent the week end in the City with relatives. Essex and Hudson Browne a garage. Sep23 or. And mrs. Pete Angelos Are spending sortie time in Atlanta the guests of friends. A missionary Baptist Church was constituted at the Rock last sunday afternoon with a charter Momb Crehin of thirty three about half joining in the organization of the new Church with letters from other churches and the other half joining by experience and baptism As the result of a meeting which was conducted there the past two weeks by Rev. J. S. Winn the local pastor and or. Norman w. Cox of Barnesville. A presbytery was formed of visiting ministers and laymen from nearby churches and the Church was regularly organized sunday afternoon. The exercises were interesting and impressive and the Church begins its career under very favourable conditions. Among the charter members Are Many of the very Best people of this Section of the state. The charter members of the new Church Are j. M. Bevil mrs. J. M. Bevil g. C. Bevil Jesse Harrell mrs. C. A. Harris Inez Harris w. L. Moore mrs. W. L. Moore g. F. White foe Henry White Raymond White mrs. G. F. White miss Obera White h. C. Daniel mrs. H. C. Daniel p. G. Daniel e. A. Daniel miss Maggie Daniel miss Nettie Daniel j. J. Moore mrs. J. J. Moore Allen Moore Walter Moore Forrest Moore miss Rebecca Mchargue miss Fannie Belle Mchargue mrs. T. R. Mchargue a. L. Holloman mrs. A. L. Holloman mrs. Belle Dunahoo toy Dunahoo mrs. Fannie Mae Walker mrs. C. A. Daniel. Among the ministers participating in the service were or. Norman w. Cox Rev. J. S. Winn Rev. J. W. R. Jenkins Rev. Arthur . 0. P. Busbee gains 15 pounds resident of Gardenville fla., like new person after taking Tarlac. Glasses fitted for the correction of i astigmatism without the use of a . H. Bate amp co. Quot i have not Only gained fifteen pounds by taking Tarlac but am feeling stronger and better than i have in Twenty years a recently declared mrs. O. P. Buscc of Gardenville Florida. A for a great Many years i was troubled with my stomach and kidneys. 1 had so Little desire to eat i never troubled about breakfast and often went without any dinner. What Little i did eat caused Gas to bloat me up something awful and made my heart beat fearfully. I fell off in weight until i was a Mere Shadow of what i used to be and became so weak i could scarcely drag around. I was so restless and nervous i could not sleep at night and just Felt tired and worn out All the time Quot several persons whom 1 knew personally were so greatly helped by Tarlac that i decided to give it a trial and it certainly was a Lucky decision for me. 1 began to improve right from the Start and now after taking five bottles i am like a different woman. I have such an appetite that 1 am hungry All the time and can eat three Good reals a Day and never Euffer in the least from Gas or palpitation of the heart. As in be already said i have gained fifteen pounds in weight and have improved so much in every Way my friends hardly know me. My nerves Are As steady As can be and i get up in the mornings feeling just Fine. I have so much Confidence in Tarlac that i recommend it wherever i go and am glad of this Chance to Tell others what a splendid Medicine it Tarlac is sold in Barnesville by Anderson drug co., in Milner by l. Holmes in Concord by r. A. Mallory in Neal by t. J. Williamson and in Zebulon by j. E. Amp l. G. Looten. Miss Lola Milner is spending some time in East Point with relatives. Mias Sarah Wicker of Rome was the attractive guest of mrs. Frank Quillun for the week end. Or. Joe Duggan spent sunday with or. And mrs. S. B. Liffey. Special silk hosiery Sale on at Elliott a. Or. Jack Tyus of Griffin is spend ing some time with his son or. L. C. Tyus. New Ford for Sale cheap Browne a garage. Mrs. T. A. Lifsey spent several Days last week in Macon. Choice Domestic Coal $17.s0 per ton Cash. To prompt i payers will charge till first of month after Purchase. We do not sell on Barnesville Gin amp Cotton co. Prof. And mrs. R. D. Mcdowell of Atlanta were in the City sunday on a visit with mrs. E. Whittle and miss Lula whittle and were cordially greeted by numerous friends of the Community. New Ford for Sale cheap Browne a garage. Mis. G. W. Mckinney of Hape Ville or. And mrs. C. B. Pierce and i mrs. R. J. Traylor of Zebulon were guests the past week of or. And mrs. Z. L. Moore. For Sale lumber and Wood. Browne a garage. Sep23 mrs. E. T. Holmes and son Ned have returned Home after spending the summer in the mountains. If you need glasses you need our . H. Bate amp co. Miss Sarah Fambro spent several Days in Macon this week the guest of friends. Sandford soil the Universal car Trade Mark tractor reduction in prices of Ford product the War is Over and War prices must go. Effective at once Ford cars trucks and tractors will be sold f.o.b., Detroit at the following prices touring car regular touring car with starter. Runabout regular runabout with starter $440.00 510.00 395.00 465.00ford tractor Chassis. Coupe with starter amp Demountable rims Sedan with starter amp Demountable rims truck with pneumatic tires $t9000 $360.00 745.00 795.00 545.00 the Ford motor company makes this reduction in face of the fact that they have on hand immediate orders for i46,06s cars and tractors. The company will suffer a temporary loss while using up the material bought at High prices. They Are willing to make the sacrifice in order to bring business Back to a going condition As quickly As possible and maintain the momentum of the buying Power of the country. Henry Ford says a the War is Over and it is time War prices were Over. I Here is no sense or Wisdom in trying to maintain an artificial Standard of values for the Best interests of All. It is time a real practical Effort was made to bring the business of the country and the life of the country Down to regular pre War Ford authorized sales and Servic Barnesville a. We Are at your command with regular Ford efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders. Harris motor co

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