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THE S WITT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, O
Has theljiiiest vacation.
Judge Emory Speer of the United
| States court received at a late hour
last right the following telegram* from
Hon. John J. Jenkins, chairman of the
house j adiciary committee f
"Washington, D. 0.—HOn. Emmy
Speer, Maoon, Os.: Have yon objec
tions to transferring Dougherty, Mitch
ell, Oalhohn, Baker. Lee and Worth
counties from the Southern to North
ern district, as provided in Griggs' bill
for Sonthwettem division of Northern
(Signed) John J. Jenkins."
Judge Spoor immediately forwarded
the following reply: ,
"Hon. John J. Jenkins, Chairman Ju
diciary Committee, House of Repre
sentatives, Washington, D. O. #
‘‘Your telegram. My main objection
to the Griggs measure was the transfer
of the comities' of Decatnr. Oolqnitt
and Bemen to the Northern district.
“X can bat deplore, however, the dim
inution of the sphere of my usefulness
by the counties yon mention.
“Were-1 satisfied that the peeple de
sire it, which I do not believe, or that
there was any good reason for it, not
withstanding my regrets 1 should say
nothing. A glace at the map, however,
in connection with the site that I live
in (Maoon), a hundred miles north of
this territory, and Jndge Newman in
four miles far-
shows that onr highest state Judifltary
is ready to oontrtbnte in every way to
the cause of morality In onr state.. It
now remains for onr grand jory and
those in authority to say whether the
resorts that liave disgraced, ohrs and
ra to “what would yon do with
dollar*? 1 ' ate going ih* ronnd*
SS8. Pass the pipe phase.
Ever tried mfctig pictures
from start to fmw It’s fun
with the right nikria}. Let.
us show you! ■
Iu the coming campaign the people
liruid remember that no maii ehonld
other cities shall remain,
oatc* of virtue and right will anxiously
wait toseewliat steps will be taken
to see thatthd law is enforced after
thlskweeplng decision recently banded
down by the Snpremo court.
Ml.—Kessler V. State. Before Jndge
City Court of Macon.
Cobb,' J.—1. Ope who owns or con
trols a hocse and leases it to another
for the purpose of keeping an immoral
Letters firm Lexington, Va., stale
mt Mr. J. Preson Allan-lufs" reached
Is home there and is improving io
$i and $2.
Brownie Developing Machine,
Broughton has' prfeehed s
(lie "Money Fool.” He ,1s
to talk abont the letter put
MtJ If not the former.
NEW COLUMBIA ORAPHOPHONES
boose, or who rents it to another, know
ing that it is to be need tor this purpose,
or, after having leased the house, know
ingly permits the oocupant to use It for
immoral pnipoees, maintains and keeps
an immoral bonae, and is indictable
tinder the provlsioni of the Penal Code.
Section 891. The offense being a mis
demeanor, all concerned in tha perpe
tration are indictable aa principals.
3 The evidence anthorizod the ver
dict, and no reason has been shown for
reversing the judgment refusing a new
trial. -Mi, *
10 Copies of Rev. T. DeWitt Tdmage’s
“Travels in the Holy Land”
In the Timee-Enterprise "Dot” Contest.
These books ere on exhibition now at
onr store. They are splendid works,
which sell for $2-75 each and will be an
ornament to any home.
J. E. Robison & Co f s.
Broad Street, • Tliomasville, Ga.
(Thomasville's northern visitor*
ribnted 136 to the fond for the
bnilding at the World's Fair,
tat are the homo people going to
Speculation catches more
railroads wrecks kill, and
r a good deal.
politician* are doing the
aot, and saying “not for |
Stanley Bennett and slier*
111 not stand for re-eloc-
Qaalnt, Queer and Curioua Salt Lake
The late Col. John Cockerell in The
Cosmopolitan t»aid “There are three uni
que cities in America, and one of these
is Salt Lake City." It is not only uni
que in.its temple, tabernacle and other
Mormon church^institutions, but quaint
in appearance, with its wide streets, im
mense blocks and martial rows of shade
trees. It has, perhaps, more attractions
to the square yard than any city in the
country, and its climate, while temper
ate all the year round, is particularly
The Great Salt
Banjos $2.50 np, etc., oau be lotted at T
Tuttle’s Jewelry Store
‘ ThontMVllJe. Georgia.
Atlanta, s hundred «nd
ther north, will convince yon how in
explicable is this movement upon grounds
of publio interest, convenience or econ
"A report from the district attorney
or the assistant, aotively representing
the government, may. be of service to
(Signed) "EMORY SPEER,
Jndgthg from the t-legianf received
by Jndge Speer, it would ap
pear that the committee has abandoned
the idea of transferring tho counties
of Decator, Berrien and Oolqnitt, In
asmuch ns there was so muoh opposi
tion to snelt action. One of tho princi
pal arguments was that the transfer
would serve to weaken tho new South
(From the Horn. ^piunt.)
Mr.] Wilson M. Hardy delivered a
magnificent address on "Robert E. Lee”
last Tuesday at Thomasvillo, Ga. before
John B. Gordon Ohaptor of the Confed
eracy. The address which is printed In
fall in the Times-Enterprise at the
special request of the eliapter. does Mr.
Hardy great oredlt and is' a' beautiful
example of chaste rhetorie and worthy
sentiment Mr. Hardy’s many friends
in Rome will be pleased to know that
ho is wlfiuing merited laurels in his
adopted South Georgia home.
iptton election has been call-
tell county for February 37th.
Is now dry and those who
p it so will holds meeting
their forces at.Camilla to-
caused by disor
Ramon's Pills cure
been released from
>n» (hat she will net
stage or write a
co and shall in dc
delightful in summer.
Lake, with its magnificent SaUair resort,
where the water is ^'deader.and denser”
than that in the Dead Sea in Palestine
is an attraction in itself that people
come miles to see. There are
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cool mountainand lake resorts nearby,
also numerous very pretty canon and
park drives, and hot sulphur springs,
Fishing and hunting can be had in every
direction, The trip from Denver to
Salt Lnl:e*City and Ogden, via the Den-
ir& Rio Grande and the Rio Grande
NA'estern, is one ot unsurpassed pleas
ure. Hcre^nature is found iri her stern
est mood and the whole line is a suc
cession of rugged canons, waterfalls
and picturesque valleys. No European
trip can compare with it in graudeur of
scenery. During the entire summer
there will be low excursion rates to Salt
Lake City and contiguous country. It
is on the road to the Pacific coast, if
that be your destination. W rite S. K.
Hooper, G. P. & T. A., L'envcr, Colo.,
for beautifully illustrated pamphlets,
etc 8-1-03-! i mos.
(From th»8avsnnah Pres*.)
; Mr. W.M. Hardy delivered a boautifol
address op Robert E. Leo in Thomaivillo
before the John B. Gordon Chapter of
tjie Daughters of the Ooufcderany. Mr.
Hardy.U one of tho oditors of tho Thom-
oaville Times Enterprise and Is a fine
writer and A good speaker.
(From (be Maoon News.)
On tho 13th Instant Editor W.M. Hardy
of the Thomuville Times delivered a
beautiful address on Robert E.Leo before
the John B. Gordon olmptor of Dangli-
ters of the Confederacy, at Ihpmasville.
Mr. Hardy-8poke with mnch eloqneure
and the oration was admired by all who
(Prom Ute (Jrilttn .New,))
Editor Wilson M. Hardy, of the Thom-
aavllle Times, is receiving many compli
ment* on tile beautiful address lie dcliv
ered on Leo'sj birthday.
-$80,000 asphalt paving oom-
',000 oil mill; construction
11.70,OOOolT, tee and fertilizer
MILL Shops and
Bhm mire >MH, fire Peg RmAiw. term, Pimp*. Mmmmn. Satw. Smpmrmtmm
Wt «W NMs N tt tsw IsNmt to F)|sr. am Vs.
It is said that Martin F. Amorous,
who is well known in lumber and rail
road circles in Sooth Georgia will no
a condidate for mayor of Atlanta.
lUui.. iv—$25,000 naval stores oom-
NEW PHONE CONNECT10N.
Moultrie will soon be eontsetsd with
two and Boston by long distance telo-
HUNTER, PEARCE & BATTEY, >
ere is already a line from Monltrie
tutreyvlUe, and the gap between
» and Pave will bo filled in aa soon
ie poles can bo put up.
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and flesh and colbr of good
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from sick blood.
The fact that it is the best
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rich in nutrition, full of healthy
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to why it does what it does.
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DISPENSARY FOR VALDOSTA.
The report la in circulation that aome
, 'iitho citizens of Valdoata are agitating
tho question of abolishing the barrooms
in Valdosta and establishing a dispen
sary instead. One ot these parties, in
ffkrmaalng the matter, stated 1 that a
Uiipomary in that town would pay the
town and county a net profit of $35,000
to $30,000 and that this amount ot mon
ey would reduce oonoty taxes to a min
imum, if Indeed any tax would bo nee-
ceeaaryatall. It seems that this new
movement is in the incipient stage and
it la not known what strength it may
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Aho the well known Cleveland.Tribune,
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