een apple sane*
ne Are and that
era! boon In a
<6rest that one
baked slowly fsfi
moderate oven U
could easily belie'
Is The TIME PRESENT;
Tin Foil Cans,
ue a lire
We Have Two Tables Left. of Our
Art W inter Suits
IEY MUST GO AND GO THEY WILL* • * • J|§#,
nife is going to Cut and the Prices ,are going to
it is going to empty those two tables. They
tailored, the best'fitting, the most durable, the
and the best values in the world for the money,
tiled to make room for our large Spring and
k coming in. . :• Jj*| *" ;/•'
gh Art Majestic $1.25 Shirts.
i new for *i. Our furnishing stock always Ireib and
When you Could Use a
A Heavy Skirt, \ j»
A Pair of Blankets
Cold weather i* ahead of ui, to come right along and
> Peitefone for Employees.
The Atlantic Coast Use established
it* pension department yesterdsy • with
' headquarters at Wilmington. N. il Oi
The board of pernios* wtU'oewdaet'to '
AU officer* and erepioyses'iTOyeto*
old will bsTbtlrod.'JTke**i who 'have
, .been ten years in serTtowuwill .beJjwo,
I Bionod, •En^luehr*idlkbntelr, j «on(kio4bh'8.
bVsbeuett,'. yoh»! d%em, Jatvitchmctf,
bridge foremenV section (foreman .and
.supervisor* a i^ebrs oldadiy .retiveyritli
pension* a when v tbsy hart J beou.ten
yearn in serrloe. I, i.tspyjftiw
The basis ( of pensions is to be for each
year of serrloe on allowance of i per
cent of til* average regalar monthly
payneetrad for the ten yean prooed-
ing retirement. The company, will
each year appropriate fifintooo for pen-
1ZW» P * WH >1,1 .Yu: "■
^Do you ktjbU' what this means fb you?
* IMft brthtffcaMr Frttuh (xffumer Id.
Plaaud. Like all M bests” h la widely coant*
i aefcited. like *IUaiuii*iMh«a« coaniaftiu
ar* Uk* the reu article *aly lu fttkijw
Insist on seeing na«s M*n the above bfxtle
'■when yedt'kay* Ed-Pinaoi's fen 4* Ask
■la* la • positive dandruff car*. It penetrates
to the tt*u oftfee hair and keeps them firm*,
falling oat—fives Ufa to the traasss srerenu
a.u4, y Jyi ? ,.„r.r..h. an,, rad.
A Sense of Economy
WILL TEACH YOU THAT 1 ,
BIS THE TIME PRESENT.
Bias had a mind biaaed toward wrong
doing. He and another yooag negro
named Harley Adams, ltd* mea*. fruit,
and other dsUoaetss from some Jackson
street merchant*. Bach got *BI and
ooat* or six montha.
Will Madiaon and Will Kemp, were
among the gambling crowd who bare
been leading snch a variegated existence
if late. They made their escape from
JnU after their arrest. bnt were recap
tured in Alabama. They will rest from
dieir wanderings at the convict camp.
Agent lor Standard Patterns,
Corner Broad and Jackson Street, Thomasville, Ga.
ho former for 15 tuid the Utter for. It
Thousands Hue Kidney
Troible ted Never Sispect it
Bow To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water atul let it stand twenty-four hours;
—. a sediment or set-
jyjTjj tling indicates an
>< ?! au healthy con
dition of the kid
neys ; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too ’
to pass it or pain
iailard & Varnedoe.
Ilarry Ainsworth wont up the
Albany division ymtorday.
J, T. Spooner of Cairo wssjhero Hon
‘ • ' ' • •
Mips Lilia Forest of Boston spent
§gj W' . Uy-la'Thoin'asvmo.^ -
•• • MOOT n-liyi". rmit
■ !3atk Jolly of-e»*v*** »,-»«. I 1 '?
iOaxi*»nafatt yss. . a visitor to the
. city from Boston. Honda*.
Prof, J. 'B.’ flearoy of Meigs was
a promieent visitor to the city recently,
7 - ‘',i l'.)--' il hi —j—
Mr. and Mrs. Beomor Slnglstary of
Ocldookoco wore shopping in the city
Among the people who spent the
rainy dey iu town was Berry 0. John-
ton. * .
llev. R Q. Jaoltson and Mr. Joe Saxon
were among the Ooldookna* ddogatlon
> hero recently. ,
S.B. Zolglcr and G. R. Cochran were
prominent Bostonians recently In the
M..T. Jordan of Oohlookonee one of
tho county’s bat oltlxsns was here re-
Mrs. S. t>. Groover, aooompanled by
her fethor, Mr. 8. D. Groover, were
amottg the visitors Saturday.
i jf-M— Howard, a well known Ftori-
,u m, of Quinoy visited ThomsnvUle on
Qeo.'O. Canford of Byraonie and JF.
B. -Tlbbets of JtTisaa, New York are
winter gnosta at the Masary.
Mlsa Jolla Gibson, who teaches o
flourishing school at tho Slnglutary
■olmol boose, was In tho city Saturday,
visiting friends. 1
- xtira Non Carrol of Atlanta who has
liosn tho guest of Miss Jounle Winn
Dillon is apending the week with Misn
Major B. F. Havens who ha* just re-
covered from** severe Ulnsss wont to
Balnbridg* Men lay.
Mr. Redden Smith Jr. is recovering
’ from a serious Illness that has kept him
at home for the past month.
Mr, Oltarllo“Rogera, of Balnbridg,'
spent Sunday and Monday ^liere will,
r.hls parents, Mr. and Mrs. L B. Rogers.
Mr. and Mr*. Joseph M. Pattorion nr-
tired here Friday night and are at Oak
’ oil far thb season. Mr. Patterson tr
with the Chicago Tribnne and is a grand
son of Joseph Medill, the famous editor.
Mr. ,ntl Mr*. Patterson were here task
' swason and Ttromasville welcome* tlieir
(Wanted to Bu> .|
Ten nillion |
.Car. Loads. §
Cow Hides, J
| - Fur, = J
I - Etc. - i
Highest Cash Prices Paid. 3
W. Watkins & Co.|
J. B. WATKINS, Manager. 2
Office'at Williams’ Stables, 228 West Jackson St., 3
Thomasville, Ga. 3
I Nr* scltittnc Msmcrj
Mm 384 NERVES.
It purifies the blood by eliminating tS
■mate matter sad other Impurities and U\
iewiroyinf the ferine or microbes il*.
siricst the blood. It builds up the b!. <
hr restoring end multiplying the red n>;
iisclcs, making the olood rich and ir I
I. restores end stimulates the urn- -
T.!:*ing a full free flow of nerve Wi
nroughout the entire nerve system. !
tv'cdlly ettres unstrung nerves, mr • ••
xcvt, nervous prostrstioa and sll
:i the nervous eystem*
R\T)ALES TONIC It a sperifK. fo- ;*.
jrms of Malaria. It nets on n new pri.i
It kills the microbet thit pnairn't
*.ii«irla. The cause being removed tk
rso quickly disappears. RVDALF.i
<MC Is guaranteed to euro the m*»s
• tin ito cases of Malarial Fever. Chili
I l-ever. Ague, etc. We authorize j.!
-i handling our remedies to refu;:.
1: pnrtluise price for every bottle o
I'ALES TONIC that does not gm
nau own w-w —r- —. . '
fully followed,, produres delicious ifr
suit, snd. while some •
strong preference for oner the other,
to my mind it Is dlfflcul to decide
which is the better wsy. jberefore It
Is well to use both metijjk cooking
tbe first apples tbnt CO
mer by stewing, and I
cool days of early sutui
less objections ble, trying
Tbe dish tor baking Is as .-j-- — -
as that tor bean* baked PW *™
also tor Indian, puddings, and Simla os
Hie ram, in style snd material. Cut
tbe frtlt (and yon. may nae In fMsway
any kind of apples or penra w*-#t!ire
too green or hard to nse uncooked) nto
quarters; thru wnwvs tbe cores md
skins. Allow one cup of sugar and
one-half cop of water to two quarto
fruit The amount will vary with au
tomat apples, and It Is Important nto
to nse too much sugar, tor. the long
sooldng seems to. develop tbe natural
sweetness of tbs fruit Cover them
alosely and cook in a slow oven four
ar five boors of until they have a deep
rich red color, if they cook too fast
the steam will cause them to burst and
ran over tbb edge and result In a
mushy aance. but a moderate .beat,
long contlmjed. will leave each quarter
distinct In the clear sirup. Let it coot
In <be pan nnd turn It out without any
stirring of tbe fruit This ' may lie
poured at once Into sterilized Jar* and
■ealed tbe same as canned fruit if yon
are not likely to nse it all soon. As a
sauce tor a breakfast or dinner It Is
acceptable; with cream snd hot biscuit
tor supper It Is delicious, and ns a fill
ing for pastry shells it Is conVenlent-r
Home Science Magazine. ._ ,
THE CAVE OF GHOSTS.
This'la On. of «n* Wood... Plaeoo of
Kora S00II1 Woles.
One of the curiosities of Oakley
ereek, N. 8. W.. I* a cove which very
few praiple care to-enter. It Is of the
usual order of stalactite an0 stalag
mite shapes nnd figures, but In order
-Slget-Inside It the visitor most crouch
down and -squeez* liiiuself . lhrmigl, a
narrow opening; and grope-Uls way In
the Inky.darUnesH for. k*few.yard, till
.lie cun stand erect-and light n torch. ^
.--•As .soonrss^he has done .this be fifes
.faintly the weird shapes assumed. by
the wnter dripping from the-limestone
nlhi tie henm n whirring noise. ‘ He
feels Inclined to.make his exit at once,
but bo bears something moving all
round Min. and'presently something
He concludes that tbere are uocnnny
spirits sbont, and this sensation Is mul
tiplied many times In intensity wbea
on turning to retrace Ms steps be finds
himself confronted by a tall, ghastly
It tbe visitor bn* a strong nerve at
bss been forewarned, wblcb to not al
ways tbs case, b* recognises that tk*
ghostly figure Is* senseless block form
ed hr the dripping from tbe limestone,
and that tbe moving creatarva an
There I* one part of the cave which
no man baa dared to explore tt 1*
•ailed the blowhole. One adventnms
Visitor was about to aqneeaa himself
through this narrow aperture when It
eccnrred to him to throw a steal
through. He did ao, listening for tbe
■too* to touch bottom, and tbe dnk
j sound that finally reached Mm con
vinced Mm that tbere was a sheer
drop of 200 feet on tbe other aid* ef
CaaSeutC For Fo*r Dan.
“There war a good old lawyer of the
i good old southern type,” said a Judge,
■ “who bad a most eloquent way of
j pleading. His brief tor three daya had
> been a marvel of classical allusion and
I legal erudition.
j “The Judge, however, became a trifle
; Impatient ami. as gently as he could,
| intimated that the docket was some
what crowded, oud It might be to the
client’s interest If the lawyer could
contrive to end Ms plea. And. do yon
know, the old barrister declared that
tbe last four days of bis argument were
a marvel of condensation.’’
v ifefflsal Bemesg coin
'!'3KORY. N. C.
Pride of South,
Beauty of Hebron.
R. THOMAS, JR., DRUGGIST,
A party of compositors and printers
from tbe country, up for a day’s out-
to® in 1-oudon, visit the National gal-
lery and pause Iu frout of Turner’s
Foreman (to his companions, both
lost !n admiration)—It’s marvelous!
All done by hand too!
Second Compositor and Printer (en
thusiastically)—Why, it’s every bit as
food as color priutlng!-Punch.
The famous portrait pointer threw
down his brushes with n sigh.
“What Is the matter?” asked his
elderly blossom of a customer.
“It’* no use!” he cried. “I can never
Reproduce your loveliness.”—Cincinnati
Dorothy-wimt Frank Werser ever
coold have seen In Bessie Brown Is
past my knowledge.
, Be'ta-yi'y, Dorotliy, I didn’t know
Carriage Is Uke a
"In what way?"
"8o many of the
get in snd so many
Tc be a
craft «f *