• Was that
given out. by Thomasville .s
in a recent issue. It was to the effecl
man comes early to make her Xn
avoids the rush.
This advice is not only to the woman but to
child. Get ahead of.the crowd—and you haveJei:
lections, and an almost 1 limitless assort&mt from
Now, those in search of gifts suitable Tor Y
Dekle of Marianna,
The weather is^a&v&ftoing, and clothing
innst be departing. From now. until
Jan. ist., we are going to run three
special price clothing tables
willjact ns maid of honor «o4 best man.
They Jvilfbe the onlj- attendants.
This Wedding is of unnsnal interest
owing to the social prominence of the
contracting parties. Miss Neel iB known
as one of Themasville’s most", beautiful
and charming young ladies, itr. Bra-
cey iB prominent in both business and
social circles. Each has a wide circle of
fiends to wish them every happiness.
MARRIAGE NEAR TOWN.
I want to-
One On this table will be found
Price suits that have been selling
53.91. froln $4.00 to $7.50 per suit.
Gifts of the sensible, ar<
lowing list which fairly*:
nobby suit of clothes or;
an ideal Xmas present, c
■rill*}© go/at one* price-.
■ ’ One' ." On * this table suits
2 Ow? r « e worth from $7-5° & Sio
•$4.3t. per suit, also on this ta-
ble witl be found 24 suits S'aters best blue
flannels to gO'dt shnae price................
Will be hard duplicate. Everyrfungra SHIRTS, boib dress and neghgee,
• Gorgeous Neckwear, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Silk.Mtif-
| ' * fllrs, Fancy Hosiery, Suspenders, Uttderwear,
• Hats and Caps, Sweaters,Smoking' Jackets,White■ Vj sts,-
; T nrmtrino- HoheS. 'Mneintoslies/' Umbrellas.
At the residence of the bride's par*
eats, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Floyd,- four
•idles north of Thomasville, on Dec.
ikh. at«p- m., Mr: S. 8. Carlton was |
t-4»r#a to Miss Loi-ti<|L' Floyd, R. G. I
Jackson, of Ocholockonee, performing
; he ceremony. The couple wore pre
ceded into the room by Mrs.. C. B.
- Joinh, win* 8toed to . th^ • left;- leaving
•nem'facihg tho assembled company of
rear friends and relatives. The bride
dresqeg'beautifully in-a caster silk
i lounging *K.bbe§,^Maciiitoslies^ Umbrellas,
Waikins Canes, Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, Etc. <
’clock. Saturdays later.' . j f
ENTIRE TABLE of boys clothing. Allot stock
left in this line we are going to sell at one fourth (1-4)
off. $2 suits will be $1.60; $4 suits will be $3.00.
1 Nothing hut cash can get-these prices. The prices
- on most of these- suitswill'mean less than we paid
Sloieopcn every evening until 8
Mallard & Varnedoe l
I , was c
h'ess with corresponding. laces and
ribbon*., ' * •• V' ;'
. After the ceremony a most - elaborate
stepper was served, to which Charlie
Qainn and Lee Adams did full justice.
WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY
HOPE TO CLOTHE YOU.
MONEY TO LOAN. , 3
O* Improved farm lands in Mitchell, *
Thomas and the eastern part of Decatmr.
06., Ga., for Ire years at eight per cent
interest. Also on city, property in Ca
milla. Thomasville and Valdosta, Ga.
All applicants to famish good abstract
tiles, Gall on oreorrespond with
A. X.. Whitfield* Meigs, Ga.
BY RAIL ARD HORSE ARD
home of the groom’s father, Mr. Wright
Carlton, of Oolquitt oohnty, w$ere ar-
angezhehiB had been madeto entertain
a. host of friends and kindred. The con
tracting parties were of t wo of the old
est and most' substantial. families of
Thomas and Colquitt, and their friends
wislisflw them a long and prosperous'
tf» happy life." R. G. J.
Worst of .all Experteoc^E^Y
Cam anything be worse
that every jninute will be wjt?
Such was theexperience of
Newson, Decatur. Ala. ‘*Kor thro^years”
she writes, '*1 endured insufferabuTpaia
from indigestion, stomach and bowel
trouble. Death seemed inevitable when
doctors and all remedies failed. At
length 1 was induced to-try Electric Bit
ters and the result was miraculous. 1
improved at once and now I’m complete
ly recovered For Liver, Kidney,
Stomach and Bowel troubles Electric
Hitters is the only medicine. Only 50c.
,It's guaranteed by Jj-Wj Peacock, drug-
Hon. J. B. Rountree of, Barwick spent
, Saturday here. *
Miss Leonora. Jelks ef-Hawkinsvillo
World’s Fair* Commissioners Here.
A trio of noted Georgians wliawere in
\ ntomasville was composed of Hou. Dad-
ey M. 'Hughes of Danville, Hon/ Hugh
V. ’Washington of . Macon, and f !ou r
Glasscock Bib-reft of Augusta. These
is theguestbf Mrs. Ralph NeeL
- Miss Ruby Ball left Saturday for
Qijpicy to spend the holidays. I
Miss Edmi Roberts of Hawkinsville is
the guest of Mrs. A. L. Spicpr. 1
- : — —* t
J.R. Macon of Meigs was, a recent ^
visitor to Thomasville. : ^
Mr. W. A. Rehherg, of Ochlockonee, 1
was among the visitors to Thomasville ^
6S Frjday. * |
Mis. Bums and Miss * Mattie English j '
of Taltdiassee are in. town for the Vann- j e
■Wilsbp wedding. . 1 jc
Mr. John p. Davidson r . who .lias a -f
Li :1 .f llAMlfma iL* of 1
_ A good , prescription
• For mankind.
The 5-cent packet is
enough for usual*
j'occasions.. The family bottle [COcts.]
| contains a supplyfor a year. AH drug.
We make a specialty of 1, 2, 3.1-2 an**
4 1-3 H.-P. Gasoline Engines for farm uses,
such as grinding feed, pumping water, saw-
'mg wood, running tho grindstore or for any
other purpose whatsoever requiring
power. We guarantee satisfaction.
This is the "season, of the year when
the prudent and careful housewife re-
plemsheiL her supply of Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy. _ It ts certain to be
needed before the winter is over, and re
sults are tmfc.lv mote prompt andsatis-
I factory when ,»t is kept-at h.and and
u ‘r S so °^ , as ^ e cohtriicted
and betore K hiis become SetUed in the
system In almost overv instance a ’se
vere cold may be warded off hv taking
this ren ctlv freely as soon as the tir-,t-4n-
ctcattcn Unfold appears. There is
no danger m uvgu to children' for i^
con am no harmful. viibstancej It'is
p««ls.n: lotukc-bwh aOuhs nml chil-
dra. I.k« it !'.„y ,< «i,d vou- *.(«| get the
best. }ca!wav» cdi,rts. For *•.!« h v I
a Busy Day.
. The hclidayjjrade*went|witli a rush
Saturday.- Every store' in town was
packed all day. long, and tho streets
were thronged •pntil late nt night bv
crowds, of holiday shoppers. Among
tho'prominent risitorfe were Messrs. O.
Blakes(ee MTg. G>
Birmingham, - - Ala., U. S.
Mr. C. H, -Brown of Susina Was
visitr-r to Thomasville on Saturday.
Mis? L-iUBicd, b£ Mmti '.ello.
tgueft. of friends h^ro, and will
until after the holidays,* •
Thoasands Have Kidney
' Troable and Never Sospect it
~ -Hiiw To Find Ontn
Filfa bottle'or common glass '—
water and let it stand tVftnty-
' jm• ? ase>li
Misses Marn^e arid Luc.ui Eyan^of
Memliville, were Saturday sli^p;s.
here. . /
D.-F. Handjey J. W. Car-
| Oornelins LiU^’ Metcalfe, J. A.
loch, Byron Collier of Ochlockonee,
V 'Turner'of Merrillyilie, G... K.
ran of Boston *uid James Jones aliu
Vann of near tb^s city. *
i hS •’ ■
V A Pictured Trio.
Sunday’s edition of- tlio Atlanta
''ion contained the photographs
^lomasville’s popular young
in its .social section,
•y ^rc^^Iisses NeHie and Annie'*
uJjf£*raaMrs. Geoige S. Cox.
. Mr. H. E TliompH&Vhas arrived fr
St. Paul a!id**Ts occajtring fiis wii
residence on the Plirk Frout. *; \ /
'Tailor Made Suits,
Mrs, R. Thomas and son, aiiu Mrs..
Gunnison, have arrived in' TllOmas-
ville from New York. They are at
OakHiU. . ^ *
Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Ok
lahoma, Indian Territory,
Oregon, Montana, Washington’
and other points .
West, Northwest and Southwest,
also convincing proof that--*
and bladder .are out oPorder.
V. "What To Do.
Mr. Joe Craigmilesis at home from
Atliens for the Christinas holidays. He
is one of the leading students at the
University of Georgia.
There is comfort in the km
often expressed, that Dr.
Swamp-Root, the great kidney
fulfills every wish n curing rfilex
pain in-the back, kidneys,'liver,
and every part of the urinary t
It corrects 'inability to hola
and scalding pain in passing it,
effects following use of liquor, winfe (
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant n.
cessity of being compelled to go oftei.
during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root
/Mr?.:'V&JfeoE, of Philadelphia^ has
leased nle residence of Mrs. E. H.
Bhiith at Reward and’’Jackson streets,
for ' the winter. She was here this
week, but. has returned to her northern
home for. i} few days. She and,Tier
possession next Tlmrs-
Miss Ethel Kelly, who has been the
guest of relativM in Thomasville, fer
several days, left for Atlanta Friday
WRITE FOR PARTICULARS:
We Ship-C. O. D.
To any Express Office, with priv
liege of examination before
Overcoats, Caps, ;
Write or call on, *
■ I-G. HOLLENBECK, v
Oisti O-assenger Agent,
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILlI R.R.
NO:, ;XY“^: ( Grr‘ , ' Uniw
Mr. Henry H. Bonnell and family o
Philadelphia have rented] Mr. B. H.
Neol's residence on Lore street for the
season. They will take Jpossession on
Mr. Ed. Smith, of Meigs, one of the
most prominent naTal stores men of Hie
county, passed throngii town Saturday
pa his way to Savannah, from where
Vie will go to Tarpon Springs. Florida,
for the holidays.
family will tike
Mr. Hamilton Vose and family, of
[ilwaukee./Wis., are in the city for the-
: bottle aud