T. N. HOPKINS,
Office 10i up etairs,
It! ul i5t.,
ASTMoney To Loan o» Thomu County Rest
EsUt) »t 7 Par Ojnt Per Anrilira.
Some Facts end Questions From That
not a stock company and
ia not hampered' by the
payment of dividends to
Dr. T. M. McIntosh has made several
professional visits down here daring the
Mm. A. B. Mason arrived Friday
morning at Snaina from St. lamia,
where she had been visiting. ,
Mr, J. B. Talbot having raised more
hog meat on Mr, A. H. Mason's planta
tion than wsa needed, sold a fine bench
of Berkshire) in oor home' market at a
Mr. H. B. Butler who has been a
geest at Bosina, returned to New York
Mies Emma Dixon of Quitman who
has been visiting her lister Mrs. El
dridge Atkinson, went to Thomaaville
last Saturday to visit there a while.
The matrimonial' thermometer ia
steadily rising foretelling an intenst-
ing event in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Williams of Cairo
came over Sunday. *
Someday we hope to see slaw paased
in this state whioh will oompel all pa
rents to send their children to school, if
physically and mentally fit.
The farmers are preparing to pet in
a record breaking crop of ootton. One
fanner who has not planted a seed of
ootton in ten years, will plant a hun
dred acres this year.
Means. 0. H. Brown and Sam Slater,
attended the regular term of the Ordi
nary’! oourt laet Monday. 1
Why does not eome enterprising gua
no dealer send out salesmen to take or
ders for fertilisers from the farmers?
Why doesn’t some enterprising mer- (
ohant in Thomatville offer the city conn- j
oil to keep the stand pipe painted, in j
return for permission to paint an ad- j
vertiaemont on it? j
Mias Mattie Q. Blaekihear has gout j
to Thomaaville, where she will spend a /
few weeks visiting friends and rela- j
GOGHRAN & BROWN,
Office over Natiinal Bank,
Mr. T. -Tore Davis living west of town get a new outfit of books. That is all
spent Saturday in ThomaavfllC. - The book, are nearly half the
The lightning rod man is here and will foraerpriw, and aa there can be no
place rods on the college building. change in several years, one might as
well accept the Inevitable gracefully.
Mr. W. A. Waldrof of ThomaevUle
came over to see homefolks Sunday. I hoard a man toying to use two cuss
words to each decent word that he at-
Mr. John Homy Davis, has taken the tured, while riding on the care a few
position as agent for the A. O. L. at j days since. Cnrsing is certainly the
Flint, and has moved his family there.
n purely mutual, profit
shariugold Line compa
ny, issuing liberal and at
STANLEY’S-——a. ; r
All Graduates Successful
just and fair iu treatment
of policy-holders and
dirtiest, filthiest and most ungodly
habit of which man Is guUty. If he
has ho respect for others, he should at
least respect himself.
Certainly the cattle In theee parts are
Every student taking combined
mrse goes direct to a posi-
Many are dying, purely for the lack of
Pearl Cooper, son of Jlr. Burt Cooper
living a few miles west of town, died
of rheumatism Saturday night and was
buried Sunday afternoon.
Gnyton Fnlford; son of Mr. G; W.
Fnlford of this place, who has been in
JacksonvUle Fla., for seme months has
It is with reluctance that I under
take the task of keeping np this depart
ment. Things do not always happen in
a town of this size, that would be of
ge'neralinterest; So I am forced to write
of things more or less local in nature,
because the patrons demand something,
—whatever it may bo, or howevor poor.
Should apologies-be In order, I beg to
say that the management of this paper
is solely responsible for the affliction.
Dnring the paet year Hr. B. F. Boose
sold his entire cotton crop at IS cents.
He held his cotton, storingitathiahome
as he had it ginned. This proves the
necessity of a-warehouto here. Many of
our farmers have good bank aooonnta
and would hold their cotton for higher
prices, if they had any where to store
it. The warehouse is a necessity and
will come. Mark it.
MISS W. S. WHITNEY,
Work CaUed for
Clerk of Oourt; W. If. Jones, Ordi-
ssrr; r. B. Heoth, Tax Collector; A. J.
Htanalsnd, County Surveyor; postof-
flee, Thomasville, Oa.; Chas. Gaudy,
Coroner; J. F. Parker, Treasurer, post-
office, Thomasville, Oa.; John F. How
•rd. Tax Receiver, postofflee, Thomas-
vllle. Ga.; County Commissioner, J. L
Bevarly,. E. M. Smith, Thomaaville,
Flour is the BEST MAUL
JJ Every Barrel, every
Sack, every Found, is sold
fjl uuder an absolute
Mr. B, A.. Alderman a prosperous
Pine Park merchant, was a visitor to
the city Wednesday.
Col. John B. Eason spent Wednesday
in the city shaking hands with friends.
Messrs, H. V. Bedfeara and John G.
Hancock, two good oitixena from Pavo
district, were visitors to the dty Tees-
Inwpoctlon'Comc* Soon and Supplies
Have Boon Shipped.
Those who have tried
it once, always Jtry it
Quite a pleasant affair occurred near
town last Sunday afternoon. Miss
Emmie Davis daughter of Mr John
Davis was married to Mr. John Nik.
Tho ceremonial rites were said by Judge
0. F. Stubbs in his usual pleasant way.
While raueh of my old • home oonnty,
in Middle Georgia, has been nnder snow
and aleet, the people of Thomas oonn
ty have been comfortably situated. Tru
ly this is tho land of the mocking Wednesday.
There ia much interest in military
circles just at present, due to the' ap
proaching inspection of tho Thomasville
Guards which takes place on February
Xn order has beeu received at tho
state war department announcing the
deeiguation of Major F- H. French, of
tho Sixteenth infantry, U. S, A., sta
tioned at Fort McPherson to accompany
Inspector-General G. W. Obear on his
annual tour of inspection of the Goor-
gla state troops.
It is announced tkat tho inspection of
the eighty-three companies In the state
service will be began Monday.
These goutlomon will Inspect, tho
Thomasville Guards, on this tour. The
l eys will bo In good shape for the 'or-
Pereonal Notes From the City of
Mr. Tom Mills of Whlgham waa shak
ing hands with friends in Cairo a few
Mr. L. B. Jones went to Balnbridge
last Saturday on business for Wight
Hay, Corn Oats and Bran.
Meal And Hulls.
Field Seeds of all Kinds.
TbomasvUls came over Sunday to visit
Mrs. Ab Connell,
Mr. Gadsden who was with W. H.
Robinson and Co. dnring tha fall- has
gone to Tallahassee* Fla. Hr. Gads
den made many frlenda while here who
wish him much snooem in hie new
The friends of Mr. O.G. Bussell will
be glad to hear that ha has had no dif
ficulty in gaining remunerative employ
ment in his new home. He ii now in
Dr. G. V. Parker stopped over Mon
day night with hie Mend Dr. Seney.
Hiss May Crawford spent a few days
last week with tha Mimas Trnlook, of
1W Jackson St., - Thomasville, Ga
Capt. J. H. Brown has received a
bill of lading from headquarters show-
ing that supplies for tho company have
boon shipped. These Inolude khaki
trousers, blankots, blouses and other
equipments, for the complete outfitting
Desires to announce
to the people of
They are Golng—and
Tbomsavll) People Can See That
Freud Cculd Not fee Attempted.
and surrounding country, that they are
prepared to handle their business.
They will sell everything the farmer
needs and will sell it
of tho troops.
A Sugar Bolling.
A good number of the hosts of friends
of Col. Robo^t G. Mitchell were present
at hU hospitable homeWednesday night
Theoccasicn was a sugar boiling and
cano-grindlng. The faot that it was late
in the season made it all the more enjoy-
at the Cost Prices!
- Residents of Albany, whioh ia near
enough to ThomaivUle so that any at
tempt to deoeive would be futile, de
clare that Doan's Kidney Pills cure kid
ney diseases and backache and they
stand by what they say. It it easy for
any Thomaaville sufferer to verify this
Mrs. Annie Woodall, of 157 Broad
street Albany, Ga., says: "I have de
rived a great benefit from the use of
Doan’s Kidney Pills. My back waa
earning me almoet continual misery.
The pun waa right aoresa the small of
it—a heavy, doll, bearing-down pain
and a weakness. I used many differ
ent medicines, without apparent result
and also tried liniments, but the pain
•till remained. I saw Doan’s Kidney
PUIe Advertised and got a box and
gave them a thorough trial. I am very
They will sell the goodr of the
Swift Guano Company.
and of the
Savannah Guano Co.,
and will mil for
Cash or On Time.
BTKINSON MERCANTILE CO.,
, Mr. G. S. Bullock the clever and
handsome bookkeeper for D. B. Sander
son of Oohlockonee was in the dty Wed
A congenial crowd ia spending a few
days at the Boddenbery.Bererly camp
Of the river where they an enjoying
banting, fishing and other renal pur-
Texas, Arkansas,"Louisiana, Ok*
Oregon, Montana, Washington
and other points
West, Northwest and Southwest
T. G. HOLLENBECK,
DisL Passenger Agent,
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R.R.
Judge Lynda Harrison and family of
Near Haven, Conn, will arrive in the
dty on February tenth. Tho Harri
sons will occupy the Douner home on
Bread street daring the season.
i Lizzie Thomas of Madison, Fla.,
through here Wednesday on her
) visit friends in Qodidga. Mias
is has «snt Urn last aereral
n Japan, whan she taught ia oae
schools of the Methodist chureh.
i oa tho staff of tho Atlanta
T. F. DYSON’S 25KSP!
3# Tone of bar Iron, all sizes. I ton extra fine carriage and wagon
bolt),all sixes, MOO feet rubber and canvassTiflting, S to 13inches.
3000 feet piping, all sixes np to 3 inches. 1000 feef# inch 5-8 inch
wire rope. 1 carry the best line of Cook Stovee and Stoveware on the
market. I have the largest and best line of General Hardware ever
brought to town. I manufacture Galvanised Steel Tanks for syrup
cooking by steam or otherwise. Also Log Carts, LumberTrucks, farm
and Lumbar Wagons, Baggies and farm implements. Send in your
3tssxr: T. F. DYSON. - Meins, (ia.
A (pedal term of county court waa
called Wednesday morning and the'(Mae
of Walter Mitchell charged with lar
ceny was tried. He had stolen some
hams, tohacco tags and other arttclm
from the ’’Beehive" J. H. Poole’s store
on lower Jackeon street He was flnad
I am indebted will present me tbeir bills
atones. For the present my headquarters
will be with W. N. Austin AOo. Jan.
Mth IMA .
Respectfully, B. B. McDonald. U4
1 No. 311 E.
| Jackson St,