The Prices at Which Things Buy
and Sell-Corrected Weekly.
V 1,. THE J. U. GARTER GO. ’
TO THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
The petition of Daniel Willis, E. E.
Wilkes, J. N. Carter and J. R., Hamble-
ton respectfully shows that they desire
for themselves and their associates, suc
cessors and assigns to be incorporated
for the term of twenty years with priv
ilege of renewal at the expiration of
that time, under the corporate name of
the**J. N. Carter Company.” .
The object of said corporation is to be
pecuniary gain and profit to its stock-
. holders and to that end they propose to
engage especially in the purchase and
sale of merchandise of any and every
kind, as well as the manufacture there
of, including fertilizers, lumber and
naval stores; to invest or engage in any
business or enterprise not contrary to
law or inconsistent with the before men
tioned purpose of the corporation! and
which may promote the interest of said
corporation or develop the resources of
this section of the country.
To this end your petitioners desire
that they, their associates and success
ors be invested with corporate power
and authority to purchase hold, build,
improve, sell and lease or let any and all
kinds of property both real and person
al either for themselves oT for others,
charging for the aame; to sue and be
sued andhave all other powers conferr
ed by the laws of Georgia on such cor
porations and all such powers not men-,
tioned above as are incident to said bus
iness and necessary to the operating of
LOCAL BUYING PRICES.
Tliomaeville, Ga., Dec. 26, ’03—Eggs
per floz.,85to40c. Best butter,25c. Medium
butter, 20c to 22c. Chickens, fries, 32-1-2
to 85c ; hens, 80 to 85c. Sweet potatoes,
550 to 60c per bn. Fodder, per 100 lbs,
75 to 80c. Seed oats, per bu., 65c.to75c.
Country bay* pe> '0° lbs., *50c. to 7$c
; New Syrup 22 to 25c.
fe- ? albCAL .SELLING PRICKS.
' Tbomasville Ga.; Dec. 26, 1903.—Cof-
16c. Green CoflWf
‘ favor Mis. B- ®-
i. Less Wells- 8au*
i to, me by B.
sfendaht notified in
tth District of Thom-
. booadea bya line
Northeast corner of
itli 1809 yardsjtbenee
thence North 130*
trie: thence East to
aining 270 acres,
fi fa from the Supe-
ons county in favor of
■ Company vs. W. E.
:. Williams, the same,
fair 10c. choice, 12j£c, White
ted sugar 6% cents Brown • vu^aOl^o.
Suc.Soda per lb. 5c; crackers lO to 20c.
Stick candy 10 ^Kerosine oil
20o—6 gals. 90c. Side meat per lb 10
Meal 76c per bn. Floor $4.60
to $5.50 per bbl. Western hams 16% to
18c. Lard, Compound 9c., Leaf* 10c.
Breakfast bacon 17 to 20c. Timothy
•hay, $1.25 per 100 lbs. Bran $1.25 Ter
100 lbs. Cotton Seed Meal $1.35 per 100
lbs. Cotton seed hulls 60c per 100 lbs
Williams and T
being levied on i
Williams, one o
jht;’Sheriff T, C. G$.
« naa County.
incero: R- G.Stone
ion to me in dne
te of Mrs. M. i-
id application wjU
alar term of the
said oonnty, to bo. : .
Conday in January,*
hand and offidgk
th day of Nov.190$'
form to be appou ted
istrator upon the m
Bennett, late of t dd
hereby given tba si
be heard at the rej
court of ordinary fo
held on the fir t -1
1904. Witness m:
signature, this th i $1
12-5-4t - ■
Among the out of town guests at the
Whiddon-Wright marriage was Mrs.
McRae of Pelham.
Miss Varioa Russell of Bainbridge
was here yesterday to attend the Thom
Applicatioi teave to Sell.
GEORGIA—The nap County,
Notice is hereb r given that the finder-
signed has applie l' to the • Ordinary of
said County for ltJive to sell the saw
mill privileges ori 80 acres of land lying
intV • northern jortion of lot number
a.2 in the thirteenth district of TIxomas
j v, for he purpose of distri-
uUbiuii. Said api iication will be heard
in the Court of C rdinary on the • first
Monday in January 1904.
Mrs. S-JAa Pearce, Admx.,
Estate of J. W. I earce; deceased.
Dr. Gaston has returned to his home
in Macon] *'
Boschee’s German Syrup.
We cannot understand why any per
son suffering with a cold or throat and
lung troublewill neglect to purchase a
bottle of German Syrup, sold in all
civilized parts of the world, without a
single case of failure. There are thou
sands of consumptives right here in
Georgia that give Boschee'e German
Syrup thesble credit of their being alive
to-day. Ask your druggist. Price 25
and 75 cents. S. H. Price Company.
Handsome Cottage Organ, Mason & Hamlin make, secured from Carter & Dorbugh, Valdosta, Ga., Will be i
on exhibition here within afew days. Value .. ;«
Partin & Orendorf “Rex’* Buggy from Comfort Trading Company, Boston, Ga
Choice of any model of a Wheeler and Wilson or New Home Sewing Machine. On exhibition at C. K
~ Quinn’s store. Value......
Scholarship to Stanley’s Business College. Value
Application 1 »r Leave to Sell;
GEORGIA—TJic mas County:
. Notice is hereb ' given fbat the un
dersigned has ap lied to the ordinary of
said county tor' le ife to sell' the east
half of lot of lane dumber 150 in the 18th
district of Thomi s county Georgia, .for
the purpose of <( istribuuon. Said ap-
5 Iication will be leard on the first Mon-
ay in January 1 04 in the Court of Or
Mrs. f. F. Ballard,
Adm'rx. er.t. of h B ; Ballard, deceaeed.
and needling tree*.
THE G.M. BACON
is to be $40,000.00, divided into sliares of
$100.00 each, all of which has been paid
in, with the privilege of increasing to
$100,000.00 with the approval of two-
thirds in value of the stockholders, each
stock holder to be liable only for the
stock subscription unpaid.
E. E. Wilkes.
J. N. Carter.
I, J. W. Groover, clerk superior court
do hereby certify that the above is a
true and correct copy of petition this
day filed in my office. This Dec.. 10,1903
12-12-4 ' J. W. Groover, C. S.. C.
Magnificent Studabaker Wagon. On exhibition at Evans & Son’s W^honse. Value...
Columbia Talking Machine and six Dies. On exhibition at C. M. Tuttle’s store. Value.
Steal Cooking Range. On exhibition at Coleman & Adams. Value
1 bat Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of sufferers have proved tber matchless
merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches.
They make pure blood and build Up
your health.Only 25 cents, money back
if not cured. Sold by J. W. Peacock
Druggjst. ■ i
Application I r Guardianship.
GEORGIA—’Tho nas County,
To all whom it nay concern:' "
James M. Rusli u having applied for
guardianship of he property of James
Rnshin Groover i nd Sam' D. Groover,
minor children o: Sam D. Groover, late
of said county, d ceased, notice is here
by given that sa d- application will be
heard at my offi e at. my office at ten
o’clock a. m. oil the first Jtfondav in
JONES, Ordinary. •
Suit Eff-Eff clothes. On exhibition at Neel Bro’s. store. Value.
On exhibition at Neel Bro’s. store. Value.
Nothing has ev(^ equalled it
Nothing can ever surpass it
Double-barrel Shot Gun. On exhibition at Wertz &'Son’s. Value.
Splendid Syracuse Chilled.Plow. On exhibition at Coleman & Adams, j .Valve,
Shoes. On exhibition at Tbomasville Shoe Company's store. Value.
Applicatioi Leave to Sell.
GEORGIA— 1 Th< nas-County.
Notice is hereb giieu that the coder-
signed has applie i to the ordiuary of
said county for 1< its to nil 1 land be
longing to the es*te of J. B. P. Diw»
Sr.torthepaymit ot debts, said ap
plication tnll be heard at the remlar
term of the court! of ordinary for ..O’
oonnty to he heltMen the first Monday in
January 1904. T is Nor. S7, 1903T 7
1 Stetson hat. On exhibition at Thomasville Shoe Company’s store.
I Pair Douglas Men’s Sho6s. On exhibition ait Thomasville Shoe Company’ll store.
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure; Lung Troubles.
Money back if it fails. Trial Bottle* free.
the court house in Tbomasville. Ga., be
tween the usual hours of sale, a 1-8 un
divided interest in the following tracts
or parcels of land in the 13th district of
Thomas county, Georgia. Being 100
acres in front of the honse and part of
lyt No. 10, and in the southwest corner
of said lot, bounded on the east by the
1 Pair Douglas Mens’ Shoes. On exhibition at Thomasville Shoe Company’s store. 1 Value........
1 Pair Queen Quality Ladies Shoes. On exhibition at Thomasville Shoe Company’s Store. Value.
The stock of Everett & Battle at
Pelham, Ga, will be sold by order of
Bankruptcy court, in several lots or as a
, whole, on Wednesday Dec, 30th. «tock
consists of Dfy Goods, Shoes, Hats,
Household & General Merchandise.
Terms 10 per cent cash on day of sa\e,
balance on confirmation of rale by court
Sale will be at the firm store in Pelham
and will begin 10 a. m.
|A. H. Codington Receiver.
1 Pair Queen Quality Ladies Shoes. On exhibition at Thomasville Shoe Company’s Store. Value.
1 Jefferson Hat. On exhibition at Thomasville Shoe Company’s Store. Value y.;.. *
10 Copies of Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage’s “Travels in the Holy Land.” 10 prizes having each a value of $2.75.
On exhibition at J. E. Robisofi & Co..... * ••••
Application lor Discharge.
Georgia—Thoi ias county.
VT. D. Peacock, Guardian of MaA
from such*guardij aship)
concerned show cis— ■ '
court honse in sai county on tho”to
Application ft ■ Leave to seliT
f° r le *T tQ sen, TOd beHn!
>w c 086 before me at the
* «iai county on the first
ora* r» 1904, why snoh ap.
wge should not be
— n>y official signatnrn
- »mber, 1903
n. D. JONES, Ordinary.
Maynard land, to be hereafter described;
on the west by the Groomsford road.
Also 22 acres of lot No. 9 in said dis
trict, state and county. the same lying
immediately east of the Groomsford
road and south of the tract last above de
scribed, and beginning at the intersec
tion of the south boundary line of lot
No. 10 and the east margin of. the
Groomsford road as a starting point,
YOU HAVE JUST ABOUT
TWO. MORE WEEKS
In which to buy the best Shoes for the least money and get keys to the Re<T Box that has
50 dollars in it. We give this money to the keys that unlock th^ Box.
There’s no doubt about it: We sell you the best \
v Shoes intfie county—that’s our -
:'j , business. Ask your
neighbor. L 1 *
We are closing out one lot of Ladies $1.50 and $2,00 Shoes at - - 75 cents.
One lotof Boys $1.50 and $2.00 Douglass Shoes at - - - - 75 cents.
One lot of Childrens $1.00 and $1.50 Shoes a t - - - - 50 cents.
G “ R ° IA -T'-oraa S Count,
John E. Parker, Executor
cite all persons concerned to
To all whom it may concern
M.A. Fleetwood, public a<
tor, having made application
due form to be appointed -
administrator upon the <
Lacy, late of sai Jcountv, nom
that said application will be
the regular term of the cot
for said county, to be heli
“witness my’hantl* and'
rare, this 7th day of Decet
. . «* rae in
t of ordinary
on . the, first