Bell Telephone.. lo 50
Batch & Son..».........If 00
Butch & Son.. ..........*.,, 400
J TSpangler.... t 84
R Thomas $00
Henry Aniold ,,; i t 00
Evam & Sod. 15 47
A B Milton Jy 40
J BGrant ....... 875
JW Hightowef 1,5*3 jo
LBBouchelle 3 73
M (II Mash 1 38
JF Parker .. 33187
Oscar Maddox 340
WB Linton ■ 7000
rY T Mardre 365
W A Pringle 1 45
B Griffin 35 oe
B. Singletary, bridges.., 18600
Tbosrllle Real Eat. 8c In. Co 1,560 ot
J. T. Pittman & Son, p'r house 33 ij
A J Cumbest 1700
I R Nathans 3 41
T J Hight t*6 35
C H. Young 7 50
A J Stanaland 3500
J. S. Montgomery, E. M. Smith,
. Secretary. Chairman.
February 8i 1964.
Board! mat in regular seaaloh.
Minatee of lost meeting rood and ap
Commissioner Bryan reports that
ferrymait employed at Hadley’s Ferry
at fll.OO per month bad quit and an*
other man hat been employed at 811.60
per month.- The board appeored his
Committee on encroachment of Hall
road granted farther time.
Citation ordered on petition for new
road beginning at W. W. Detles, also
on the new rood beginning st J. M.
Pitohers and ending near J. M. Hall’s.
The time of payment of subscription to
the Georgia building at St. Louis left at
discretion of ohaiiman Smith.
Boston district Thomas Adams, re
signs as road commissioner. Resigna
tion aocopted and H. B. McRae ap
Way* district, J. M. McKinnon re
signed J, T. Sherrod, B. O. Johnson and
H. J. Moon appointed.
Pavo district, Ira J. Simms and J. O.
Renfrew read oomminlonen having
moved oat of District, J. J. McCann
and John Williams appointed in their
We are selling Ladies’ Shoes that
for $3.50, $3.00 and $3.50, for
f soonjlio here. Have you done lhat little repairing on your
e or barn? Perhaps yon contemplate building auew, or if yon
, how about that fence? Hiivu't had time to tell you what we
doing, been too busy. Our patrons are talking for us. We
wish to thaok them one and all, not ouly for their business, but for
Aheir kind words. ?
f' We keep an open bouse. You are always welcome. If you can’t
■pare the time during the day, come after dark; you will bo repaid.
Everything in ,
This is a collection of small lots from this
•on’s selling—are NEW GOODS and are w
twice the price—but the lots are broken and
want to close them out.
We are also selling one lot of Men’s Hand Se
Shoes at only ^3.00, that formerly
for $3»oo and $3.50. Some few of them are $
and $5.00 ones. If your size is in the lot you will
9 KIRBY PLANING MILL CO.
Same old man, same old place; out by the Crate Faetory.
Com pas Olives
A are said to be A
The Atlantia Coast Line train num
ber thirty-five now carries email car
running between Wayoreas and Bain-
bridge. Formerly the train carried on
ly through moil, and gave no local ser
vice whatever. This censed ootuider-
able complaint from people In towns
along the roads who desired quick matt
communication, and In answer to their
request the car was put on.
It will be of greet convenience to
ThomeaviUe, as it affords this city an
additional daily matt from Quitman,
Boston and towns east of ben, and to
Cairo, Pina Perk, Balnbridge end towns
to the west.
You will find a fresh lot at J. B. SMITH’5.
Thomasville district, T. P. Apple
white’s resignation accepted and Adam
Arnold appointed. County- Surveyor
submitted plan showing city lots belong
ing to oonnty. Boms of these lots are
oocnpled by other portico. The oonnty
attorney li instate'ed to Investigate and
Pure goods, Correct,weight,; Prompt delivery.
Oonnty physician makes following re
Healthful conditions prevail at poor
honoe and the jail. At the former, one
has been received and none died or
been discharged. I have made weekly
visits to both place#.
L. B. Boncbette, K. D.
The following retolution was offered
by chairman Smith and adopted.
Resolved That % this board heartily
endorses the bill introdnoed in the Na
tional House of representative by the
Hon. W. P. Brownlow, for the estab-
meat of the Bureau of Pnblio Roads,
and requests oar representative, Hon. J.
M. Griggs to give his support to tame.
John F. Purker, county treasurer,
mode the following report for the month
endingjan. 31th 1904:
From balance on band as per lost
From' P. S. Heeth, T. C» Gen
eral Taxes for igc* 10,590.00 1
For Railroad Taxes 3157.44 <
So. Bell Tel. Co j
W.U.TeLCo . aa.ty
So. Ex Oo 9.18
Cairo Tel Co i 00.70
BoetonTc! Oo...., a.94
Postal Tei Co 10-33
116 E. Jackson itreet.
Bring in your keys to the RED BOX.
1-1 XJhat are jCouely,
I I /a 1 O _ XJhat are !7ieady~ to~ wear,
I—V A HP ^ XJhat are Stylish,
* " ** * ^ XJhat are Cheap in price am
Jftiyh in Quality.
You will find thes hats at Mrs. J. A. Eppley’i
MILLINERY PARLOR, at Hotel Masory, ——
And all other kinds of Millinery Hoods. Everything Priced Lot
Down. MRS- J. A. EPPLY.
Toee and Gilbert Nlcholli aa a - team
.against Messrs. Sterling Bookwith end.
Welter Fovaigne, tho former toantwip-
nlngby onanp, and it wee any one’s
game up to the last stroke. One of the.
contestants mode the thlrty-ibt holes
In MS strokes, a new wooed for the
oonree. The link taro now in fine shape
andehonldappeaito.au lovera of the
fifice. I had rather have fACT for them than to carry them
over to another season, lUjI Now, in order to mnku these
gpods more attractive I will add some staples st' prices lower than
you can' buy such goods elsowhore.-
Come and See
100 Pcs. Apron Ginghams, reg. price 8c, to go at..
Yd. wide Sea Island, the very best at. >
10 quarter sheeting, unbleached, regular price 25o
to go at —
Extra good calicoes that others tell at Co, going
60 Do*, ladies heavy veete, worth 40c, to go at.. .
Our Elegant—Our Superb-
line of Confectioneries, Ap
ples, Oranges, etc. No store
in the city carries a larger
stock of these goods that we
Fresh Fish and Oysters
We also serve you
You can always flftd bargains ft my s^dR^
COME and C
_____ • _ *■
Him Birtle Crosby has a flourishing
sohool st Airline. This is Miss Crosby's
eeoond term st thlsplaoa.
Miss Agnes Owens of Boston opsnsd
sohool at the MoOrow Academy tail
Every Day by Express,
with the’very best in.Grocerles.
We! Solicit your patronage...
106, E. Jackson St., - Thomasvi
112 E. Jackson Street,
For legal indebtedneee of conn-
Mis* Lillie Full wood one of Brook*
ooanty'e most charming young ladies
visited Mends hors recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Button Sullivan of Loo
Florida psmed throngh hero last Jwoek
enrunto horns from Moottria, when
they have been visiting relatives.
M Complete, consisting of
For building and repairing
- court house, jail, bridges, fer
ries sod other public im
For sheriff's, jailer’s and other
For coroner's inquests
For bailiffs st court, non-resi
dent witnesses in criminal
Barred Plymouth Rock and White Wyandotte
EGGS. Price $1.00 per setting 15 eggs.
C. W. COCHRAN & BRO-, - Thomasville, Ga.
esses, servant hire,
cry, and the like...
For jurors at court...
For support of the poor of the
For insolvent costs
For other lawful charges......
Cash—Balance on hand.......
If you need anything in my line, conn and
an d if I do not sell you cheap enough^yi
the other fellow sell cheap. Remember the pi
|no. F. Parker,
Report ot Judge Hanseil:
Following accounts ordered paid:
E. M. Smith 851
H. C. Copeland ‘51
J. D. Barrow. ............ 51
W.A. Pringle 51
J. Q. Bryan 5 <
judge C. P. Hanseil 83 ,
L. B. Bouchclle prof, services no <
Joe Callaway.....* 15 <
J. S. Montgomery 10 <
Ellison Broom pauper. 5 (
Gordon Hsttiway pauper 5 (
P. A. Adams, pauper 7 <
E. Carter, pauper 5 (
Redden darter, pauper 5 <
P Haskins, pauper 5 c
BEST QUEEN OLIVES.
BEST BRANDS PICKLES.
BEST BRANDS COFFEE,
let Canned Goods— ALWAYS
■BEST Georgia Cane Syrupy
Biakesiee MTg. Co
Birmingham, • • Ala., U. S. A
[3*122 South Brood. ’Phono IV
8.—I am agent for the BLAKBLEB Gueeoli
want one, mo me.
Our line of candies
Brands of Cigars.