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TIMgS-ENTERPRISE TIWMASVIU.E GEORGIA OCT. 6 ISOS
Arc you going to send your i ^
Daughter off to College J
If so, what College ?
TliU I. * r.rj Isnp'rmrt ipmHnn. Before »oo dw*l* iUm’-
lor, write to Audio* Fmu.lo l>ll<"iio, 'urhbort, Oargim, f.*r i
Ottlieo*. Adiinre TOA I R
Pelham's New C»mm$rcial Hotel
THE ARLINE HOUSE v «
jM'O.rv tl.c (lr,F, IMA. Men. ni mk! o|i-io-d»te ill oP
Maun mei;eni)j jlwn'ol Itinel in tin rttfi V,:y lf« K-niirt, mirrn.
r exoerlehe. n niriT.en.inl. 0| l o.H« A. C. L. d«|»l. 1* •• <•?*♦*».
Rmre jli.oo: enn $a.oi.;jer i ry.
Co»iinon-i;J£treveJe.». int/oiidim APlfoltid.
Mr end Mrs. J. W. ARUNF-
V’riipri.tore «tr> nnapern. 3
NEW CENTRAL HOTEL
Modern, Ur-te-dato, Convenient— OwirAllr Located
Experienced Management— Five*
Bft-t of Livcrv Service iu Connection.
W. .VI. SINGLETARY & J. J. A RUNE,
Proprietor* is Manager* N v
On Oft. 7 will
be our Annual
of all unclaimed
property, of jdds and en Is, of shop worn goods ~f lines that
we have discarded. .Will hare the biggest a:to;ion we ever
.had. Guns, Pistols, Sewing Machine-., Cutlery, Bicycles,
Wagons. Buggies, Shells, and numbers of other tilings, to
the highest bidder.
WERTZ & SON
Is worth Money to you.
It makes your product bring a higher price
THE ROBT. DEKLE COTTON GIN
is first-class in every respect. Be.-t machinery’, best opera
tors. We have recently' built a commodious .belter foi the
ncco.^modation of our patrons. Patronize us.
Robert Dekle luplidjre Georgia
Marshall Burney brought over
from Boston yesterday an old veter
an named George D. McCall. McCall
has been running a flying Jenny In
the Hub City and did not want to pay
the regular license for such a calling
because he was a veteran. Mayor
Brantley said this would not do in
this case and that the license money
must bo forthcoming. Still It wasn’t
and Marshal Burney was given the
person o' Mr. McCall to keep in cus
Tito prisoner took a certiorari to
the Superior Court and wanted to
give bond for his appearance there.
The bond was not acceptable to the*
Boston government and they reduced
it. The aged gentleman ihcn took
out a writ of habeas corpus and it \
i^as sued yesterday before Judge
Jones in Thomasvllle. The Jud
closed the chapter by advising Mr.
McCall that he must make his bend
satisfactory to the mayor and mar
shal. This was finally done,
ho war. given his liberty. The case
will bo oi considerable interest when
It conies up for trial as showing
the valid!ly of the “old soldiers li
All administrators, guardians and'
executors not excused under £111, are
required under the law to make re
turns to the court of ordinary on
the first Monday in July of each year
Some of above classes named have
failed to make returns when nlvlted
to do sc. All persons falling pre
sent their returns by the first Mon
day in October will suMoc.t tlicm-
to the unpleasantness of having the
. W. M. Jones,
ITCHES AKD BOSS'S
The return of wanu weather means i
return of torture to Eczema *uixc:vrf
The blood ia charged with burning act.,
and acrid matter which Is forced to t> •
The doctor# said I hod jmatrrier re-
gem*; It would break out in smr. .white
form and drop oiT, leavUiK t:*.e «r.Ji red
and inflamed. I vao torment**- voth
the itchlntr er.d brraTr? t.uu'actor-
istie of the d'acupo i-v ftve ycarc, and
durms tho t/rr.u w**d various medicated
aot-.v> r -.clnrrac’itz a:e&yrur.k*.*, hut ti+flsa
troiibled witTi tu.y bve*« i*iy _- Vi -
LVitASS, O. Ji- — •
Bometinics the diiearc Is in the dry
fern, ai d imn-iike form on the
akin, hut the Cii'uh
ir. the fch-vl. &
• is the **rn
K = L , :
ri the ram tin:
;r*. rvtf-vi. I
■u v t:tec*.-;l rd
To. ii. w. 5. curci
,:.crez .hy r.eutml-
carr\~>.;; them cii
(^OOLIDGE C ASH
Will soon ger in a big stock of Full Shoes. To make room
for iliem we will offer some of the stock now on onr shelves
at ridiculously low prices.
I.ii lc nt Thins
30 pro. Lidtf* Sho***. worth tl 30 to go *t $1.15
l L*>t Oh'Hran'a aid MA-mw Mko*. six^a C nt*d up, regular
price 41 itt to ^1.50, fo go nt. ft.IB
1 !.• t Oiilld-Mi'* a>'d HiMCh S mes regnt »r price $1, logo at ~68o
Hn til Metis’ Shoes rrgnlar priua 41 »u, to go *r 01 *.»
COMK AND SEK j COOUDGE CASH STORE
VI. Megcl c e, Pripristor
In the Pocket
—-OF EVIiRY PAIR OF^—
UNCLE SAM OVERALLS and Pi\NTS
In the pocket of 0:1c out of every ten dozen pair will be
f mud a t eket entitling the lio'der t: a fine witch free.
Fin; Goods—Guaranteed Goods
$1 per Pair.
If vo ir t'e-iUr d ie< not keep the U CL StM brand, mail
f: to ns and we will send yo.t a p iir, prepaid.
Sout-hi Georgia Clothing Company
TIMKS-ENTKnPr.ISE TEN CENTS
DO YOU CLIP I' 1 MS
Any one nsth© puMio r» • »*•••»
highly, anyone desir nv public tv.>.
one in nny buM**«s or orr.fcs^ion w.
in a n nmiknhl- '»lra ih t
1* »•'.tv u lit tr. at tb«* c<*»t t*l J
a f* w c* nta »i day I
The credit for th^d**a due to Frink j
A. Burrell**, dean of »h** prns cllpp r.i.
To a rep—ter Mr. Hurrellc »**ifl:
* I po'nt th* way tone* bus i.cssalonj;
new Ini'S aud g've a f d »1 a moit vabn-
ble nature t" to.O'O persons. Our cli
•■nts nclud** mrrchu't*, actora, w*it •»
lawyers artist* niini*.i.*r*, doctors pub '«
"p-ak'r . put»i i»»H —In short all cla*s* s
“How done? Very simple. I am abl*
v hb a »ar/e lur<e of worker/ to read **»i
p«p:r» published, clippie-g t^en* ron
Ipms of interest to • ur rl-ents.”
“I do not understand.” a id the report
Mr. J. D. McCallum was over from
Boston on Thursday.
Mrs. 7. 8. Young loft yesterday for
her.homo at East Orange. S. J.
Mrs. J. W. Dillon is spending sev
eral weeks with relatives In Atlanta.
Mrs. Jc£ Andrews of Savnnnnh Is
the guest of J. W. Dillon’s family on
Dawson street .
Mr. and Mrs. Rhydon Mays left
yesterday afternoon cn a short visit
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cooper will
leave tfco latter rart of the week
for n vacation trip to North Georgia.
B. L. Lydcn. well known in this
city, hr.a been elected conductor of
the National Camp, P. O. S. of A.
ON 7 COUNTS.
WHY THE RAWLINGS THINK
THEY DESERVE ANOTHER
CHANCE fkOHl iUPXLME
Atlanta, Ga„ Sept. 2$.—Thirteen
briefs cn murder cases have been
turned over to Attorney Cea. Hart
to be prosecuted by him before t it
supreme court of Georgia on OJob-
cr 16. Chief in Interest anon; t jest
cares are those of the Rawlings—
father and sons—coiv-Llsd of the
murder of the Carter children In
Jaowndcs county last summer and
now under sentence of death. )
Milton, Jcnaa and J. C. Raw I lug',
the father, have each Hied a bill of
exceptions to the dcrisl?:! of the Su
perior Cqurt in refusing to grunt
them a new trial. Ea^h has also
filed a till of exceptions to the decl-
tlons of the court In refusing to sus
tain their demurrers to the irdict-.
rr.ents charging them with the f.iur- ( ^
dcr of the Carter children. ; \ ^
In addition to this Milton Rawllng* (nr|lf
excepts to the refusal of the lower
court to grant a change of ve:
These cases have been se
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral cer
tainly cures coughs, coiiij,
bronchitis,Consumption. Aik-! ^
it certainly strergihcr.s weak y
throats and veak lunt:. 2
Thercczn be no mistake about -i
this. You know it is true. And |
your own doctor will say s:- *
«* Hr tltif* bay tiatf a tec-'hu- ronqJa. (; n >,. *1
arr-nrUtlnK I CGitlil b*ar « t l t>i m \i„ .. . L
1 tri'iil Aynr*« Cherry fi> • « *
■ • • • iu.tier.anrt ?"• **^ i-'Ut in.pr.,
rfectly wri..”—Ur^. i. „•
Mrs. T. It. Jcs;s ar
:e from t’lelr varafJc;
L' UI'VILI.fi & NAMIVMLK 1. It
V*rr L *w Rw?e K«nnd-^ r ,p nni:a••
’i ourint TijReta
rtwilv to >
prominence was Dr. C.
Coi. P. A. DUIlngha:
C. Toole of
!uuite<l O-t b r “I
i**nd ng CTiinii" i 1
r*"a. St. l*hu!. Dri ver, f„j
rloSfli.cH i’ll* 11».
EX l RE M ELY LOW K A r E -
Poriltt'ift. UMgun. Ht-c mi t L*U'»
hearing by the E;i|>re:r.e Co jrt on ,., Mk lVl t „ lllW . Ex-™,, ,
Monday. October 10. iriitiiFiHii imont'd Ixm Ai*g-*l»».
• Onlv iti*. oivrnrititf tbrongli j
, from F on. ii to Sr. L nil* wirli Dm
Accident to Mr. Karirll. l'arre>»c-. Tl.rm.gh Tonn«. S
Kcw. hu rcact-d the city of a pe- '»C.llh.r.":. Mea R-euniha f!
.. „ „ Cara nue-t Pin ng t<»r rervice n
cullar accident to Henry Harrell, a >>ou ^
son of W. H. Harrell and a young, ^ for ri *kt*tK na L. &N
man well known In this city. He , For r*t-!* mid m-Ii* du e- to anv p<
wan driving across the Wakulla N*»rih *.r W**i*i mid lor P.*l.iunu :•*
fiver In Florida when the bridge
gave way andduniped him. his team '
and buggy Into the sream. He was ^
almost drowned but managed to
make his way to the shore, after cut- j
Hag loose his horses. j
Gw. E lift nn ,
Fl *. Fas- • g; . i. & N. It
m W. B»v St - Jack PHI vibe.
tewurrt ol ft fy* d-lUrs will
| l»e |MU\ bv Hr un^rfsigticd f.»r t***» Hr
|n*>t with pro*»f «‘c c**nvi**» nny i-rn'.i
Pt'BIJC SALK OF LAND. ! giii'iy ct i»«-r<tiiiiihl f ah lint fui*
By virtue of an order of the Judge l*»vru»a land b. «ounty tiwupii,
of the Superior court of Thomas Co., r * vWlf: ^ 14 ff * ^* “ ,l * 4 * r, '‘
C4, III ft*-* 17tit d.ssrict. Consult D L,
passed June 9th. 1903, I will sell
before the court house In Thomas-
vllle, on the first Tuesday In Oc-
the Plant Uobcr 1903, during the legal hours
Rulirn’k, OeblOcUr.i.ee, G.v , I. \V. .Swifi^
cuir.ncs tr*. 0-t3 hi.i*.
"In the newp-iptr* oi vh* United
■»tat a,” cxpl.vn d Mr. Purrell**, M ibtr
sprint’d every d*y route ri* I that ap-
pHesoir ctly to all nt**u and to all bust
"Can vou K» r «* anr bj-c fic ca.»e?"
"Hundreds! Tnke f. r »*x nip e, ih*
roaker • 1 artificial I tuba. 1 put on hu
desk every dav t c rame nf eve»\ prrsor.
In the I'n’tevI 8 a e.< wt-o ba- had an it*in
or a leg ntnputHtcri That p rson nenU
snart'Hvlal 'mb Th^ tiir «xt » gui»h*ri
wants to know "f p*rji»n« w.« t.av-
d a loss b\ ti« • and I ke p ; im pn>t d
ie*e ,v» exampb v. but the idea app?i«i
every business "
"Umv do you Ii-Ir* indb-idua!.-?
"I keep the art st n.Iorm-d of \\h vt t'n
rnwys of bis work; •» *n
wmu mater n! for.» book. I vaf e> *t ft.i
; on the death o( "nyoirn 1 am able t*
pUc- b-for* r ial vs the? pr'ntcd **xp»es»
Juleo n:r.n, who rerideJ hero last
season la now In Albany with
h!s medicine show.
Mr. end Mrs. J. A. Cooper leave
this week on u two weeks' vacation
to Ponteltou, Ga. ,
Mrs. Mary Cox Ralph and her
daughter, Elizabeth, of St. Louts, are
the guests of their relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. George Cox, on the Park front.
Mr. C. E. Copeland visited the city
Mr. J. n. Culpepper was down
from Meigs Saturday.
Rev. J. M. Shepherd of the Sa
lem dvtlcmcnt. was in town Satur
day. Mr. Shepherd reports the con
dition of his neighborhood as most
satisfactory, except for a eouslder-
rbio amount of sickness that (s pre
BOG L03T—Black and white fe
male shepherd deg: lart recn at Dil
lon. Liberal reward for return to
E. A. Moreland, Thomhsvllle.
d It w2t
of sale, to the highest bidder for,
cash, enough of lot number t*.vo(2) •
In blo^k 8 of the original survey of
Thoinasvile, same fronting on the
cast side of Madison street, from the
Old Cemetery up to Calhoun street- j
running back one hundred and five
(103) feet—to bring the sum of
ono hundred and eighty six ($ 1SG.) j
dollars; the successful bidder to be ;
the one who will pay that amount J
for the smallcut number of front
feet on Madison street from the com*!
ctcry, southerly, running back the
depth of the lot, one hundred and
five (103) feet, more or less. ♦
John 8. Montgomery, j
Is vouT pulse weak, too slow,
too fast, er docs it skip a beat ?
Do you have shortness oi
breath, weak or hungry spells,
fainting,smothering or choking
spells, palpitation, fluttering,
pains around the heart, in side
ar.d shoulder; or hurt when
lying on left side?
If you have any of these
symptoms your heart is weak
or diseased, and cannot get
better without assistance.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
strengthens weak hearts, and
rarely ever fails to cure heart
disease. Try it, and see how
quickly you will find relief.
“About January Irt. 1 Pfl2, I
! KMl'n^Ui..! T.
fi'1 the new
iJy b.nl fflvon rre up i' V'S
Vnrn «nd bedy
t’.iirtl larger tb
v.-tt. r h.ul ccllrv
For i(t le;.n Inn
pr'i;: c-d up Ir. b<<
rr.nr X ¥ ont tuT IIVO F*OttI*»» oi a.t.
I hurt Cure, nnd by the 11m• * I
1. n tho-n ell I was entnriy
I f*ol t>«ttcr tl’.-n I hav t»r
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING
Wc fiuniUi “S|»fr cent, of the «'i>«rrxt|o:«.
. ‘latioii <\|iriitk tn .\iunic:i. Out >ix «,'.}<
,11k UiBfttAC.UMvc Tf'curajih Soli.-sS i.,
j W.* Ul H*tal».S*hv l tt/c tty vnr> ami viiu.t
| t>y atl lea.ii.it; k i!w*y olfi.-.al-.
I Wc c»—.mtc a liv> l.* l t . e e v s*,i Icti
> f-o-n >
xttks I had i
If" 1 '
ttfli i.i StitcHc
H > v i< it *1 ju !
If tn r- is tinv
to mi*, ucldr-s>
lirk-.wo t •! t
e (h-« wuj> i *
• J. R. O’NEAL
C (“re iu UrrertUHil. hmlcliug
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
Tka jM bsiU«o-rti-i 2*< timestha trial Ms-, vhich tcIU for 50 esnta.
ncxrAaso oulv av ua*cratc>v cr
. C. DeVTlTT Se COJ.PASY, CUICAGO. OL
• old by Brwy Pa.ur-.aic/ Co.
A«k f*»r;MbT. K*<!i4;Aluiatiaa and too y.terJ*!vo(UsL
ala oM fries
p: located at
KfgUlctvrr la srr
t la Thomasvllle,
Eaitman, Ga.. now,
A t Unto. t^» ..
King KdWirti H.>:rl,
Toronto, Out trio, Cntt»c!a.
July ‘2D, l‘.Kir,.
Robert K, W'ilHihis
“S:iu:aiT i," 7:51 North Madison Kt.,
Hear MniLint—1 h.t\r opniril fl«v
at Kin; Edward Hotel...Tlie l:ovr hi - ^ V j„,
bout, lire aim stray and I shall hit the J ^ feu •* » ii
bull's eye eiery shot and you will
'tear the echo In Thomasvllle. No
good Canadian will allow (a; two sTul-
lln*t» to stand between him nnd vary
feet. IW of good checfc* and prjjr for
the Tbotuasvllle chiropodist, for he's
nil right. Who?. .Tlie Thomasvllle
! «alL O- Caul nt-*-* fie.-. w ** ,ce *•*
;Tli; Mcrse School
3 WANTED z
*1 „ -
< T CV*+ «• d • I
I*ea /<»r Dr. Mill
CVIVJ, Wllmore. Hr.
Dr. Heart Curo ia cold by
your crug^i-1. who v/IH ounrant.*o th?t
thajrst t:*.t»a vlU bsnalit. If It f*‘ ls
Miles Mc-icei Co., Clhhart, Ind
For sale—From 300 to 700 acres
fine land on A. and B. road, seven
r.iiie3 from Thomasvllle In oae and
two horse farms. For further in
formation aply to W. D. Peacock,
«»• liiine » s
I he Rrcsscr
ir.t.nd p,.vme FO*
Pl.no .r Orj.n.
don't lort« «i« «"
1..0 TrfC BEST -
^ can make t|»-
^ Lidi-s wr r<
> d l*K,k like
^ MWiatite piice-4 jie*- g .riu.-ut
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