Mr. W. W. Smith is spending a few
days in Nashville, Tenn.
Silow-Dale Peaches, 28c per can, at
R. D. HALL’S.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Patterson were
over from Cordele Sunday.
Phone 114 for Yeast Cakes.
Mr. J. W. Vinson is spending a few
days down at Orlando, Fla.
Bring us your shelled corn.
T. K. WEAVER & COMPANY.
Mr. L. J. George, Jr., is visiting
down at Panama City, Fla.
Irish Potatoes, 35c peck, at
R. D. HALL'S.
Several of the college boys and
girls are at home for the week end.
New Dry Goods arriving every day.
T. K. WEAVER & CO.
Messrs. T. H. Bynum and Neil
Ray spent Sunday at Florala, Ala.
Get our prices on Dry Goods and
Shoes. T. K. WEAVER & CO.
Miss Emma Stevens spent the
week end with home folks at Camilla.
Mr. J. M. Haisten, of Panama City,
Fla., visited Blakely and Albany this
Dr. and Mrs. P. I. Hopkins, of
Dothan, were visitors to Blakely
Mr. W. T. Jay was here from
Thomasville Sunday mingling with
Attend the Thanksgiving services
at the Baptist church this morning
at 11 o’clock.
We are agents for Clauseen’s Cakes
—the South’s best cakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Fain, of
Fort Gaines spent several days in
Blakely last week.
Mrs. W. W. James and Miss Ouida
Yarbrough are spending today in
Dawson with friends.
Mrs. 11. A. Perry, of Beaumont,
Texas, is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Willis.
Bring us your syrup. We will
give you SI.OO in trade.
T. K. WEAVER & CO.
Miss Dora Saxon, of Carnegie, is
spending this week with her grand
mother, Mrs. B. H. Saxon.
Misses Una Jones and Pennie Max
well and Mr. Robert Stuckey paid
Norman Park a visit Sunday.
Buttons. All size buttons covered.
MRS WALTER JORDAN,
Fort Gaines street.
Miss Kathleen Robinson, of Albany,
Is spending the week end in Blakely
with her sister, Mrs. A. T. Fleming.
"Pay cash and save on your Gro
T. K. WEAVER & COMPANY.
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER
OUR QUALITY HIGHER
OUR STOCK MORE
CONSISTS OF FANCY GROCER
IES, PRODUCE, FANCY FRUITS,
PURINA FEEDS OF ALL KINDS,
COTTON SEED MEAL AND
HULLS, SHORTS, SEED OATS
C. D. DUKE
Phone 231 Quick Delivery
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Frazier and a
party of friends are down from At
lanta on a visit to Blakely friends.
Look up our announcement in
this issue of the News. It should
prove of interest to the buying public.
MRS. D. M. WADE.
Quite a number of Blakely people
attended the Georgia-Florida Fresii
men football game in Bainbridge
The friends of Dr. C. T. Alexander,
who has been quite ill recently, will
be pleased to learn that he is slowly
Dr. J. P. Parks v> ill be in Blakely
Monday, December Ist, tor one day
? only. If you have eye trouble see him.
BARHAM JEWELRY CO.
Rev. M. W. Carmichael was a visi
tor to Blakely Monday. He has been
j returned to the church at Lumpkin
j for another year.
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Mr. W. W. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs.
Hoyl Fleming and Mr. Earl Fleming
I are spending today down at Panama
City, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
The friends of Miss Ellene Willis
will be pleased to learn that she has
sufficiently recovered from a recent
i operation at a Dothan hospital to be
j able to return home.
Messrs. R. C. Singletary. J. 3.
Sherman, W. J. Grist, 11. B. Ains
worth and C. D. Duke left Sunday
afternoon for a several days’ trip
down the East Florida coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bragan, Miss
Lois Mills, Miss Rebecca Bush and
Mr. Boyd Sanders are spending this
week in Atlanta, going up to attend
the Tech-Auburn football game.
, Dr. J. P, Parks, optometrist, will
. be in Blakely Monday, December Ist,
for one day only. Eyes examined
and glasses prescribed.
. BARHAM JEWELRY CO.
Mr. C. L. Tabb spent several days
in Atlanta on business this week.
: Mrs. Tabb and the children accom
r panied him as far as Grantville to
spend a few days with home folks.
L Rev. S. B. King went over to
! Adel Tuesday, where he delivered a
sermon on Tuesday night at the
Baptist church in that town, there
being a special week’s service at that
Mr. J. J. McLendon, Jr., who has
i been confined to his room for the
past week or more, was out on the
streets Wednesday. His friends
hope his convalescence may ne
Notwithstanding the fact that the
city tax books close next Monday,
December Ist, not more than one
eighth of the city taxes have yet been
collected. Procrastination truly is
the chief fault of our people.
A thief broke into the home of
Mr. Joe Allen some time Saturday
night and carried away a new suit
of clothes belonging to Mr. John
’ Allen. Nothing else has been miss
ed, and it is presumed that the cloth
ing was the only thing stolen.
There is another state wide elec
tion to be held on the first Saturday
in December. The office of every
justice of the peace in the State
, becomes vacant on January Ist and
the elections are to fill these vacan
i cies. So far only one candidate in
k Early county has complied with the
secret ballot law and notified the
Ordinary that he will be a candidate.
This leaves it up to our people to
write their own ballots in all the
other precincts, as no official ballots
can be provided.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. McDowell, of
Blakely, Ga., came over Sunday on
a visit to his sister, Mrs. C. B.
Savage, at the Sara-Charles Hotel.
Mr. McDowell is quite a prominent
man in his home town and bears a
fine character throughout that sec
tion of the State. He has, in time
not long past, represented his dis
trict in the Georgia State Senate. He
is in close touch with the civic, re
ligious and social affairs of his town
I and section and has the confidence
| of all classes. He has been a visi
tor here before, made numerous
friends and always is cordially wel
comed by Brundldge people.—Brun
, dldge (Ala.) News.
EARLY COUNTY NEWS
Messrs. Mullins and Bunn, who are
experienced North Carolina tobacco
growers, are spending some days in
the city, and are guests of Mr. T.
These gentlemen are endeavoring
to interest Early county farmers in
the growing of tobacco on a small
crop during the coming year. Both
are demonstrators who know the
cultivation, curing and grading pro
cesses of the crop. They have been
over the Early county farm lands and
are very enthusiastic over the adapt
ability of the soil of this county lor
the growing of this profitable crop.
It has been noted in the columns
of this paper before that North Car
olina tobacco growers have been
moving into Mitchell, Colquitt and
other South Georgia counties, and
the two gentlemen now in our city
are emphatic in their declaration that.
Early county soil will produce tobac
co equally as well as these other
South Georgia counties.
They are urging Early county far
mers to sign up for a small acreage
for next year that tobacco growing
may be given a fair trial.
Cotton, corn, peanuts, hay, velvet
beanq, watermelons, tomatoes, po
tatoes. Now why not —TOBACCO?
TO APPOINT FARM
The following letter is self-explan
Albany, Ga., Nov. 18, 1921.
Editor Early County News:
I have been appointed Supervisor
for this district for the United States
Census of Agriculture, with head
quarters in Albany.
At the census of 1920 there were
3128 farms in Early county. For enum
eration purposes the county has been
divided into four (4) districts, as
E. D. 31—Militia Districts: 430,
Cedar Springs; 1164, Cuba; 1572,
Jakin, including Jakin town; 1592, Lu
E. D. 32—Militia Districts: 510,
Rock Hill; 866, Blakely, including
Blakely city; 1760,
E. D. 33 —Militia Districts: 854,
Damascus, including Kestler town;
1435, Arlington, including that part
of Arlington in Early county.
E. D. 34—Militia Districts: 114 J,
ITrquhart; 1535, Colomokee.
One or more enumerators will ue
appointed for each of the above four
districts from representative farmers
or other persons identified with agri
cultural interests living within the
The enumeration will begin Decem
ber Ist and must be completed with
in oight weeks.
Any publicity given the above
item through the medium of your
paper will be appreciated.
Very truly yours,
John a. Mcknight,
Census of Agrculture.
SEND NO MONEY: Cabbage and
Bermuda Onions. Plants SI.OO per
1,000, .all leading varieties: shipped
daily. Shipped C. O. D. express or
mail. DORRIS PLANT CO., Valdos
ta, Ga. 13-4tp
SALE—My houses In Blake
ly; $3000.00 for a quick sale. I. P.
BELTSLE, Fort Gaines, Ga.
Old Hats cleaned and reblocked.
Made to look like new. Don’t throw
them away, bring them to us.
E. H. DUNN PRESSING CLUB.
The Blakely Baptist Church, Rev.
Spencer B. King, pastor. Sunday
School 9:45 a. m., B. R. Collins,
Supt. Preaching every Sunday 11:00
a m. and 8:00 p. ra.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church.
Rev. H. Scott-Smith, Viear In charge.
Church .School 10:00 A. M., J. Q.
Standifer, Supt. Prayer Services and
Sermon 8 p. m, on the second Sun
day and 11 a. m. on last Sunday.
The Blakoly Methodist Church.
Rev. W. M. Blitch, pastor. Sunday
School 9:45 a. m., Chas. L. Tabb,
Supt. Preaching every Sunday at
11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. ra.
Rather than carry over stock into another
season, and too, to raise some much needed
CASH, lam making some drastic price re
ductions on all ready-to-wear goods in stock
for SPOT CASH. Come in and look them
over. You will find some rare bargains.
MRS. D. M. WADE
the Fruit Cake ingredients,
such as crystalized pineapple,
cherries, citron, figs, orange
peal, raisins, currants, mince
meat, and all kinds of spices
to make a good cake. 1
We have the F. O. Stone
Fruit Cakes, 1, 2 and 5 lbs.
They are the best.
Sanitary Market and Grocery.
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NOTICE TO CITY TAX PAYERS. !
The books for payment of City
advalorem taxes are now open and
your receipt is ready for you. The
books close on December Ist and fl.!
fas. will then he issued against de-!
faulters. Why not make a virtue of!
necessity and pay promptly? The
success of the city schools is largely
dependent on the prompt collection
The sooond installment of paving
assessments is now due and payable,
becoming delinquent on December Ist.
Those affected will please take note.
W, \V. FLEMING, City Clerk.
FOR SALE —A nice large corner
lot on College street. Just east of J.
B. Tarver’s and west of B. B. God
win’s; also a good otre-horse farm
situated 4 miles west of Blakely.
DR. W. H. ALEXANDER.
j BLAKELY CHAPTER NO. 44 R. A. M.
Blakely Chapter No. 44
K°yal Arch M’asons
meets on the second
nights of each month
at 8 o’clock. Visiting companions
LOWREY STONE, High Priest.
J. O. STANDIFER, Secretary.
Try the News for Job Printing.
Induce regular habit, good
digestion. Relieve the
dyspeptic and debilitated
and tone up the system
AGAINST MALARIA j