TIMES-ENTERPRISE THyUASVILLE GEORGIA. OOT, 6 1WW.
MEIGS AFFAIRS. the Mowing day at Midway Ceme-
Soliool Happenings, Business Events tery. We extend our sympathy to
and Other News. j them.
(By jTsrisearcy ! MeSSr3 ' W ’ 11 Davls ’ Buck Gold -
A few days ago 93? leather wing Mlller WeDt t0 - Pulham
bats were killed above celling of j ^ rg j
ilr. J. W. Hall’s residence. Mr. Hall
lives a few miles from town. It is
said that only about half of the whole
number of bats were killed, night
coming, on abuot that time. The
killed weighed 25 pounds.
The hogs of .tills town are at the
zenith of their glory. The oak shade
trees have produced an abundant
crop of acorns and the town pig
shows his keep.
Last Sunday morning while the
j Mrs. L. C. Ilolzendorf of Valdosta
is a very pleasant visitor here at
the home of Dr. Isler.
Miss Maud Singletary of near Och-
lockonce is here this week the
guest of Mrs. L. H. Singletary on
Mrs. J. M. Simpson, Mrs. Carrie
G. Hall and Miss Della Miller spent
Wednesday in Pelham on a visit
Mrs. E. E. Wilkes spent several
Last Sunday morning while the . , , ,
„ _ . days of this week In Pelham with
children o! Mr. C. E. Kemp, who re|[|t!ve8
lives near town were out in the
woods plucking flowers, the young
est, about three years of age was bit
ten on the sole of the foot by a
small adder. The child was imme
diately brought to town and was
treated at the office of Drs. Aultman
and Friddell. While the bite was
not dangerous the little chlldsuffered
much pain for several days.
The school meeting last Thursday
night for the election of a board of
trustees was unanimous and as pleas
ant as a morning In May. The fol
lowing board of directors were elect
ed: W. M. Davis, Dr. W. F. Frid-
dellJona B. Davis, J. N. Carter and
j. M. Simpson. These are all level
headed and conservative gentlemen
and will do their duty in the matter
of a school for this town. The peo
ple have only to do their duty and
the thing is done. Another meeting
Is set for next Thursday night at
7:30 o’clock to attend to other mat
ters of importance. Every body in
vited to atend.
Since penning the above the board
has done its first act most gracefully.
They had a meeting, organized and
elected Mr. W. W. Linton of Thoraas-
ville, ns principal of the school for
nine months of 1906. Mr. Linton
is not unknown to most of our peo
ple. He bears a fine reputation and
has had a number of years of sue-,
Farmers hereabouts are gather
ing their corn and turning their
Mr. John Lightfoot four miles east
of town, kiled a very large rattle
snake a few days ago.
Miss Ruth Brundage has accept
ed a place in the telephone ex
change at this place as day operator.
Mr. W. P. White spent a day, or
two at Flint this week.
Otto Carter one of our best boys
who is going to school in Thomas-
ville came over Sunday to see his
home folks. He was accompanied
on his return by Leo Wilkes who has
taken up his studies in the Thomas-
ville public school. s
Mr. and Mrs.L. T. Vick spent Sun
day at Hansell.
Mr. Jodie Blanton an attache of
the Pelham Journal was here Sun
Mr. T. F. Dyson made a business
trip to Thomasville Monday.
Mrs. B. L. Porter. Both live
logs on the plnders. Cotton is be- Grand Ridge.
ng picked for the last time.
to take ccharge of a school in Hous-
Sttsina News Items.
.(By S. M. Beach.)
Mr. Theo Titus of Thomasville was
Mrs. E. E. Rose of Brinson has
been visiting her Bister, Mrs. A. C.
Mr. and Mr. Henry Hines are re
ceiving the congratulations of their
many friends upon the arrival of a
baby boy at their home.
Judges H. -W.. Hopkins and S. A.
Roddenbery returned home to Thom
asville last Thursday.
Miss Hattie G. BlacHshear is vis
iting In Thomasville.
Mr. Willaim Mitchell of Thomas
ville is visiting his brother, Judge
Tax Collector P. S. Heeth made
his second call here last Tuesday.
The shades of night were falling
fast as with loving and tender hands
all that was mortal of Mrs. Lela
Griffin was laid in ltd last resting
place amongst theoaks in the grave
yard of the New Ochlockonee Bap
tist Church last Saturday. Mrs.
Griffin was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs.; James F. Martin of Havanna
Fla., who formerly resided here, and
is survived by her husband, Mr. Wil
liam Griffin and two children, for
whom much sympathy is felt in
their sorrow and loss.
Mr. and Mrs. Singletary of Meigs
passed through here last week en
route to Luther’s old home, where
they spent a day Ashing. They re
ported fine luck.
Mrs. Estelle Hay and children of
Jacksonville arrived last week and
are the guests of Mrs. Margaret Sin
Mrs. Essie Groover and children
and Mrs. Mary Cardin left last week
for a trip in Florida. Mrs. Groover
and children are visiting Mr. W. J.
Singletary and Mrs. Cardin is visiting
The cotton pickers of our section
have had a good rest on qccount of
heavy rains for the last few days.
Miss Mamie Evans returned home
on last Saturday from Meigs where
she has been visiting relatives.
Mr. J. W. Ingram has been a Mur
phy visitor quite often for the last
Miss Eula Kennedy and Clifford
White, students of Norman Insti
tute, visited their pnrents here Sat
urday and Sunday last.
Mr. Moses Baron, cousin of H.
Nankin arived here this week. He
is from Europe.
Mr. Blran Smith was a visitor here
Mrs. Nannie Venters is quite sick
'Mr. J. H. Hamrick, who has been this week with fever. We hope she
the “careful man” at the warehouse w m soon be out again in order to
or several months left last Sunday attend to her millinery trade.
The private school opened last
ton county. He is a teacher of ev- Monday morning with good attend
E»ral years’ experience and a man of a nce. Prof. Marsh Is teacher,
fine sense. He made many friends
Mrs. E. L. Rollins left last Satur-
day morning for Nashville, Qa.,
Messrs. Sam Sutton, Jesse Hoi- w here she goes to visit her parents
land, and others of our boys spent Mr . an d Mrs. J. K. Stephens.
Junday In Pelham. Mr. Allison Perry of Quitman was
Dr. William Clare who has been the guegt Sunday of his parents, Mr.
he prescription clerk of Isier’s Phar-
nacy has resigned the place to ac-
ept a more lucrative position.
Mr. G. L. Duren has issued neat
nvit^Uons to his millinery opening
hi the 24th and 25th Inst. This
lepartment of his business Is in
iharge of the Misses Pilcher.
Miss Mamie Evans of Coolidge,
Lfter spending several days here
vith relatives, returned to her home
ast Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. W. H. Boswell went over to
Borman Park Saturday to enter her
wo children, Emma and Jessie in
he school there.
The next session of the Tucker
Usoclatlon will convene with the
Baptist Church In this place during
he last week in October, embracing
Friday, Saturday and Sunday of that
-Hgs and chickens will please take
! notice and grow fat
and Mrs. R. A. Perry.
Miss Ivey May Thompson is at
tending Young's Female Collego in
County Surveyor Stanaiand has
been busy this week surveying some
very important land lines and set
tling some disputed lines.
Rev. H. P. Stubbs of Blakely Is
the guest of his mother. Mrs. H.
Stubbs this week.
The ladles of Pavo, Berwick and
Ozclle should take advantage of the
first train over the Georgia Northern
to Boston and see Mrs. Iaila B. Me-
Queen's large and lovely stock of mil
Low Kates to Atlanta.
Account Ceorgia State Fair, Oct.
9 to 21st via Atlantic Coast Line.
On account of above occasion the
Atlantic Coast Line announces rhtes
for Individuals one first class fare
plus 73 cents, which includes ad-
e notice ana g.o- —
Mr. and Mrs. J- B. Douglass of j m(sslon t0 f„| r grounds. For chil-
mllla were here Sunday on a visit dern un <j„ r 12 years of age half rate
' their daughter, Mis. Evie Doug-
Mrs. Maggie Worllng a" d **“”
ella Durea will he two represen
ts. of this place at the State
Mis. Lilia Pilcher spent severs
y, Of last week at some of the
llllnery openings. Miss P>*« "
nnected with the
.nt of Duren's mammoth buslnes.
Messrs. R. L- Merritt
ghtfootleft for a trip «o the ba>
1. week. They will be gone sever
will apply; minimum rate 81 for
adults and 30 cents for children.
For military companies and brass
bands, Inuntform. 20 or more on
one ticket one cent per mile per
captla in each direction.
Ticket, will be sold from points
In Georgia dally October 8to 20 In-
... cuslvo, except that no tickets will
aected 'with the millinery depart- |bt fcoW for train, arriving Atlanta
Final limit of ticket* October 22.
For further Information aee near-
tlcket agent or writ4 T. C. White,
J<iy *' . « „„d Mrs Lon Rog p. P. A., Savannah. Ga., or W. J
^olTand was hurled on'cralg. B. P. A.. Wilmlntfon. N. C.
Hallary Bros. Machinery Co.
LETTERS OF DISMISSION.
Georgia, Thomas County.
M. A. Fleetwood, administrator
upon the estate of J. B. F. Dixon,
late of said county, deceased having
tiled his petition for discharge, this
Is to fclte nil persons concerned to
show cause against the granting of
this discharge nt the regular term
of the court of ordinary, for said
county, to be held on tho first Mon
day In November, 1905.
William M. Jones,
Georgia, County of Thomas.
Byvirtue of an order of the Court
of Ordinary of said county, will be
sold at public outcry on the first
Tuesday In November/ 1905, at the
court bouse In said county, between
the usual hours of sale, tbe follow-
real estate la.Thomas county; 20
acres of lot No. 36 lying la tbe 13th
dtstrlct of Thomas county, Ga., near
; M. A. Fleetwood,
Administrator Jenkln Smith.
Terms cash. This Oct. 2, 1006.
8ALE OF LOTS IN THOMASVILLE.
Under and by virtue of a resolu
tion adopted at the meeting of tbe
Board of County Commissioners n
tbe first Tuesday In December, 1904,
will be sold before'tbe Court House
door In Thomasville, Georgia, within
the legal hours of sale on the first
Tuesday in November, 1905, the fol
lowing tracts of land; Lots Nos.
81, 82, 84 and the east half of 83,
in block 8, column 4, west and frac
tional lot No. 86, In block 1, col
umn 6, west In the city of Thomas
ville. Term* cash.
By order of the Board of County
E. M. Smith,
W. A. Pringle,
H. C. Copeland,
J. D. Barrow,
J. A. Bryan,
Hurrah for 4he Georgia Northern
It is going to take the ladle* of Pavo
Berwick, Oxell and that territory on
their railroad to Boston to buy their
hate and notions ot Mrs. Lul*^ B.
COMPLETE OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
Wi Will Maks It t* Tsar Interest to rUar* With Or.
Mallary Bros. Machinery Co.
The best Cane Mill on the market today is the
Southerland Cane Mill
Twenty sizes and styles for steam or horse p-wer, two and
three rollers. All who place their order on or before Npvetnbei
first will be given wholesale prices. We manufacture
Crate Bare and Furnace Doors
for syrup furnaces. We have just leceivgd two car loads of
Engines, Boilers and Duplex Steam Pumps
General Foundry and Machine Shop, Catalog and prices
on application; All inquiries given close attention.
D. T, UTHERLAND
Machine works and Foundry, Bainfaridge, Ga.
What the'Farmers all Say
About the Ellwood Fence.
| The Ellwood is pig tight, horse high, and bull strong. It
has no wraps to slip, no welds to break, is very handsome,
is more durable than any other, and just as th?ap as the
cheape t, so why not use the Ellwood? It is made especially,
for a hog fence and is absolutely guaranteed—If you are go
ing to do any fencing write me before buying, and I will
take pleasure in quoting you my very lowest prices. If then
I can’t sell you I certainly wont do yon any harm, 1 and might
help you to buy cheaper elsewhere. We give all inquiries
prompt and careful attention and when favor* J with an order
ship it out promptly,
John Q. Burney’s Hardware Store, Boston, Qa.
.YOUNG’S FEMALE COLLEGE A
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I OFFERS FULL COURSES FOB A. B., I.I.4B. L. DEO BEES. T
Physical Culture, Elocution and Music, Our Specialties.
fil i.OOO .pent this rear in building and equipment. Steam Heat, Eleetrio
Lights Gymnasium, Swimming Pool, Good Fare, Climate Unsurpassed.
Strong faenltT *f 10 Experienced Teachers.
EXPENSES $809 LIMITED NUMBER OF FREE SHOLARSHIPS
Beuiou ojjbns Sept. 28.1906. For Free Catalogue, Address
. I. COCHRANE HUNT, President.
Montgomery, Troy, Ozark, Dothan, Elba, Bainbridge^Thoni
asville, Valdosta, Waycross, - Savannah, Charleston,'Brims
wick, Jacksonville and all
Through Pullman Cars on all through trains
' AND TO
New Vork, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, Rlohmvud and all pointeeaia
over its own rails to Richmond and Norfolk, Va., St. Lottie, Otocunattl,
Louisville, Ohtoago, Kansas Olty, Birmingham, Nashvftle, New
Orleans and all points West and Northwest,
Leave Thomasville going East 3:10 a m, 6:15 a m, 2.35 p m
Leave Thomasville going West 1:15 a m, 10:30 a m, 4:30 p m
For Albany 9:25 a m, 4:30 p m.
For Monticello 11:10 a m, 6:30 p m.
connections at Savannah with Ocean Steamship Line and M. * M, T. Company
for New York, Boston and Baltimore. . ^
No. 88 leaves Thomasville at 6:16 a. m. daily connects at Jesnpwith through
sleeper for Washington, Philadelphia, New York and the East. No 40 leaving
Thomasville atS’86 p m make* connection at Waycross for the same eastern
points. No 67 leaving at 1:16 a m carries through sleepers to St. Louis. No, M
leaving at 10:50 a m connects at Montgomery with through sleeper tor all, Weal
ern ootute. For farther Information call on nearest Tlekot Agent or address,
T J. BOTTOMS, T. P. A J. C. LORD, T. P. A.
Thomasville, Ga, Montgomery, Ala
T. C. WHITE, D. P. A. W. J. CP AIG, G. P. A.
Savannah, Ga. Wilmington, N. C
H. M. EMBSON, Tra. Mgr.. Wilmington, N. C.
A Public Benefactor?:-:
Dr. Robert E. Williams, the JThomasville IChiroi^t, 'who
has been in Toronto, Canada, and westerd Ontario,, for the
last few months, will be at home, “Samaria," where he will
remove the sorest com without pain or blood for twenty-five
cents. 731 no«h Madison St ’Phone 232
The most painful ingtowing or club nail cured without .pain
ISSUES OF DAY
I read your paper every day and
worry over it at night.
The general news,
tfhe people’s views,
And what the editor thinks is right.
But the more I read the less I know
how the judgment right to And.
One will say this,
And still another unload his mind.
The burning questions of the day are
sizzling at white heat.
The electric light not the only
There’s the railway and the street.
Movers,-aodr,th$ school house
' com& in tor their own share;
NoW‘ ’tell me, please, which of:
Should first receive our care?
The citizens say we'll have city
The antis say we won’t.
Whichever way one happens to say.
Another shouts out “Don’t.”
Feelings are wounded on both sides.
Its time to applythe salve.
First tfiinjg;' you • know, you’ll find
’tia eti,-. ij • ' '
We’ll lose what wo now have.
The rial faW-ssys VVardilil' »t«nuous
Is the first and only thing.
Deny him that, you find a spat
He’ll put your head In a sling.
It seems today I’m a Ward heeler
And tomorow It seems that I'm not
Now say whom to follow and you’ll
beat me all hollow,
In a deuce of a fix I’ve got.
The Southslde man makes sewers
Claims sowers his only need.
The Northslders say. ’’Nay, nay,
Stop places for skeeters to. breed.
The buoy school board passes a law
While the doctor's out of town.
The school room must close, leav
ing Tommie out doos
With Minnie to prowl around.
• •• .
The editor says the board la right
. While every one else sayenay;
But Isn’t it a fact that Wilson and
Having no Tommies should have
no say T
The Janitor sits In the school room
With the kids In the cold and wet.
He hears them weeping and stops
But says “it ain't cold enough
The treasurer say* the etreete are
And every one else says bad.
There’s not much contention, wheh
streets yon mention, I
The treasurer Is alone ’tie sad.
On this I have made up my mind.
On others I know less than a goat,
But tell If you can, throughout; the
Ie there a man who knows how to
—B. E. Marker.
The meeting of council that was
scheduled for last,night did not ma
terialise. It was generally thought
almost up to tbe appointed time that
the meeting would be, held and at
least one councilman came down
town from hi* home to attend the
gathering, not knowing that it had
been called ott. Everybody connect
ed with the light proposition Is seal
ing hie knowledge and even his
thoughts within himself, but It Is
supposed that the commutes who
were to give out a report last night
jrera not reedy.
* if yu want tosave money and at
the —* time got the latest style,
skip over to Boston, Ga., and see
Miss Maggie Bnrbey and Sirs. Lula