T MS'* K VE'tPRI.SK THOJIA VILLE OKORDiA oor. 6
MISS CASSADjf DESPERADO
LEADS VOTE; IS
ft’VJTlSe CONTEST-WELL UltDER
n! I».MV l»TU MUHf
| W'LLIE S.MS, WHO WAS FINAL
V AY WT.H MANY
LY KILLED iil LIBERTY
MEE.'S COMMON FA1F.
From Sunday's Issue.
Cnruady hi ads thefiuM
the vet In
we are just a<g!.t: t'> sho v you My s iie>p'e ;,re
; cmhusia-tic-over t'jf h-.ii’dr ds ..f br.i.i.1 »«\v 'bin's, it
! is a real pleasure f.>r them to slio-.v the ill my ban it'ill
j novelties, thus making your vi«it or nullin'; interest.
I Seeing this excellent rimy of every :ie v fail w.vtraVie
j is indeed an enjoyable pastime, an I -.vea-k von to avail
I yourself of this invi'si'ion to pay ih an e irY vsit—
' There’s not room enough in this p iper u> cl even a
i small ptrtion of what you’ll see. Suffice in say that
| all stocks are rounding ijito perfect completeness, and
Every Express Brings Something New
Suits, Coats, Separate Skirts, waists.
Dress Gools, Silks, Trimmings, Eelts,
Hosiery, Neckwear and hundreds ol
other accessories of dress and furn'shings lor
the home, all the latest and very moderately
Broad and Jackson Streets
Watch for our House Furnishing Goods
Sale, which will take place next week.
•it iv.si Cor that popular
tiy. lliso Ruth Gooclwln
contl with 775 votes. Miss
'rown"Ts not for behind, car-
1 third honors by a clear
Five other girls have *o
nominated and before the
nnounced agnin there is no
hat changes v. 1!! havo o:-
It was hardly expectod by the
Tlnes-Rnterprise that co much Inter
cut would have been manifested this
| early in the contest, but the people
* rocogni'/.e the fact that it is safer to
I start out early. The standing will
| not be published every day, but it
j will net be more than a week any
econd tabulation of
imp out. The reia-
t» seen in the fcllow-
s>tending v. i!
Miss Tom lie Cnssady
Miss Ruth GooJv. In
Miss Jeanne Drown
Miss Daisy Dc-Ule
Miss Sallilu Lilly. Mrt'alfi
Miss Uhcttn Noel. Boston.
Miss Olivo QuRttlebaum..
Miss Minnie Williams
A number of Grady county people
were In the city on Saturday and
talked in an interesting manner of
the very unusual sc^ of circumstances
I found lnthe nproaching primary for
county officers which will bo held on
| October 17. There are some fcat-
| urea that enter into the matter that
aro net found in others of the now
A Grady county citizen said to the
Tlmcs-Entorpriso man . yesterday:
“The primary will not be a Demo
cratic but a white primary. In the
flush of success over obtaining the
new county the executive committee
went a little too far and allowed
everybody to come into the primary
regardless of political affiliation.
As a result it now seems that the
Populists will capture a number of
tho offices. There are four or live
candidates for each Important office.
In almost every case all but one of
these are Democrats and the other
ouo a Populist. If the people of
Populist faith voto solid as they used
to do, they will put their men in.
Wo are sure to elect our man for
ordinary, Jtdgc Herring, and that
ia the moot important office in the
October 10th, 1492.
“America was discovered by Columbus.”
^nd it is singular that there are still men
who have not discovered that
equals in detail, the production of the
best custom tailors and sells at one-
third the cost.
.. Mallard & Varnedoe..
Messrs. W. II. Barber, D. A. Au-
trey and L. E. Morgan reached homo
from Jacksonville yesterday having
closed a deal for a fine body of round
timber In Orange county Florida
that has been In the hands of a syn
dicate for several years, and there
fore off the market.
Liiabe.l, Ga., Sept. 29.—SIms.the
dos;.orueo, v *' ils burled here today.
: ' ot tciirs were shod over his
firv.v, but many was the “I told you
so, iii'-h^ed out by those who wore
afraid to cross the man with a Jlttlo
linger so long as he was ablo to pull
tho trigger of his rifle.
Sims was one of the most desper
ate criminals in Georgia history. He
kJIcd Conductor Lansberg on the
b.c a board Air Lino Railroad recent
ly for putting him off the train and
fiince that ho has known no measure
Sheriff Parish, who killed Sims and
brought him hero late Thursday
night is being congratulated on his
nerve aud his succeca in ridding the
community of a mpst dangerous char
actcr. When interviewed about tho
matter the sheriff said:
“Situated as we were at such close
quarters, v. e could take no chance
of capturing Sims. It would have
beta death fer at least ono of us and
perhaps all of us. I thought my
day had come when I saw SIrr.s level
His rifle at mo and shoot.
“Of course I would much rather
have taken the man alive. But I
was sure that I was going to get him
econer cr later, dead or alive. I may
be criticised for killing him, but I
uin sure that all of those who are
amiliar with Sims will say that
nothing elso could have been done
under tho circumstances.
“I am glad It is all over, as I am
just about broken down."
As soon as he had fired the shot
whl.*h terminated the young conduc
tor's life, Sims walked back through
Morgan’s store, climbed oven un 8-
fcot fence and disappeared in the
thick undergrowth of stubby oaks,
which make an admirable hiding
lace in the rear of the store. Since,
that time he has been a fugitive,
spreading terror over tho community
in which ho eluded tho officers.
Treasuring a fancied grievance
against an old negro named James
Perry, Sims lay in wait for him last
Friday night and shot him from be
hind. He also shot the old man’s
son, who made his escape by climb
ing n fence and running off into a
field. At the coroner’s Inquest held
at Ellabelle Tuesday, Sims was
charged with the murder of Perry.
The story first published about tho
capture of Sims has been verified.
Tho sheriff, together with two depu
ties of Liberty county, traced the
man to the home of his father-in-
law. They closed In on the house
shot he was riddled with bullets,
and hoped to get the drop on the
murderer, but two littlo children
playing in the yard gave the alarm,
an.I tho desperado rushed out to
meet his pursuerers, taking the flret'
shot nt them. His moments ended
there. Before he could fired a third
Rev. Ed F. Cook preached a splen
did sermon bore last Sunday to tho
Odd Fellows on tho high principles
upon which the order Is based. O,
that they were more generally lived
even among the order!—Bainbrldgo
Libel for Divorce.
In the Superior Court, Thomas Coun
ty, Georgia, October term, 1005.
Mrs. Ada Osterman
To the defendant, William Osterman:
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in cruelly blasted by wretched, feeble health,
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“DOT TO CAXDUI
and nothing else, Is my baby girt, now
two weeka old," writes Mrs. J. P.
West, of Webster City, lows. “She
Is s line, healthy bate and we ere
both (Hflf nicely.”
The body of ttmber Includes sev- ed in person or by attorney to bo
eral thousand seres and the price
ptld for It In round numbers was
sixty thousand dollars.
These gentlemen have purchased
the timber to operate ft for turpen
tine and lumber sod they will pro
ceed nt ouce to locate stills for the
turpentine wort will lie opened up
for next season.—Moulttfe Observer.
Try ft for horses and males at Gan
dy A MaDrUe's, Tlicruusvltlr, Ga.
and appear at tho Superior Court to
swer the plaintiff's complaint, as In
default thereof, the court will pro
ceed as to Justice may appertain.
County, Oa.,on the third Monday In
October, 1905, tben and there to an-
bo Tiolden In and for said Thomas
Witness the Hon. Robert O. Mit
chell, judge of said court, this the
19th day of August, 1905.
J. W. Groover,
Write for quotations to
J. W. Watkins & Co.
Sewer Pipe, Fire Brick, etc. Public Dray.
H. P. Gone*
280-91)2 W. Jackson f’L