TIMES ENrERPtU&fc, .
T.. .- V .. , -
Freckles and Pimples In Ten Days
Use Nadlnola, the Complexion
worst cases In 2'
♦ni\*h the skin vl°ai xft . heal.:*
• t.o rest-).’*-* the b.-*ivt\ of yoth
Price - > m. .< nt.il SI .Sold *.>
oil the leading druggists in eMtfi «-ily
Prei ami cni.v b\
\at;onaj H'li.r;* . Pur*.
‘‘Is this tho equinoctial storm? 0 a
Times-Enterprise man asked Observ
er Brist of the local weather office.
“Well you know the weather bu
reau doesn't take any stock in that
theory,” said the observer.
The newspaper man was aghast at
this shattering of another idol by
the ruthless hand of science for all
j of Ills life had heard of equinoctial
The old theory Is based on the fact
that ca tho 21st of September the
| days and nights are of equal letisth,
hence the name equinox. This Id all
j it men nr. not some strange kind ef an
i “ox,” or “oxen.” It was supposed
j that about this time of year violent
storms were frequently prevalent
over the known world. Bat Mr.
Brist says tout any storms at that
period just happen so and are'duc to
only the usual causes of low and high
Any of the "oldest inhabitants”
who want to argue the question arc
referred to the weather office. In
the meantime the local apostle of
the elements predicts more rain to
day Nearly half an inch fell yes
HOWELL AND GRAVES
MAKE POLITICAL TALK
Sallty. For lartancen an siuu.
"I could noVcharge a railroad
company with unduly enriching Its
stockholders by robbing the people
of Georgia through unjust and ex
tortionate rates, and at.the same time
^ • j I share In such 111 gotten gains, as s
T T T 1 -ft t /-> w jr i T7 , ■ stockholder at the time such rates
Hon. John icmple Graves Makes Formal ^-e™ m force.
”1 could not consistently denounce
Announcement For the U. S. Senate and
Clark Howell Talks of His Ideas
ill* ueadera Cham*
If you ratmot eat and digest three
good, square and satisfying meals
each day without discomfort, your
stomach needs Mi-o-na tablets. They
are not a mere temporary relief, but
are composed of valuable medicinal
agent which strengthens the digest
ive organs and cure and prevent sto
When there are pains or distress
after eating, headaches, belching of
gases, a sour taste in the mouth, diz
ziness, heart burn, specks before the
eyes, furred tongue, sleeplessness^
nervousness or backache the stom
ach needs the help of Mi-o-na.
Every reader of tho TImes-Knter-
prise should grasp this opportunity
offered by J. W. Peacock to try Mi-
o-na at hlr. ri3k. Just one littfc tab
let out of a 50 cent box of this rem
edy before each meal for a few days
and you will soon have a strong sto
mach and perfect health.
Ask J. W. Peacock to show you
the guarantee under which he sell' 1
Ml-o-na. This valuable remcd>
costs you nothing unless It restores
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. SO.—Matt0 3rs political developed here today.
The Hon. Clarke Howell, who is a candidate for governor, gave cut on
Interview In which he more def.nitely stated his reasons for desiring
elevation to the chief office of the state, and why he does not believe that
Hoke Smith is entitled to preferment.
Hon. John Temple Graves tyakes public his forma! announcement
for the United States Senato. The communications from Loth gentle
men are lengthy but they are full o ' interesting opinions.
FOR SALE!—To the highest bid
der for cash, 20 head of fine cattle,
more or less, at the Huber place, four
and a half miles south east of Meigs.
Thomas county, Ga. Sale Is made
for the purpose of a division among
the heirs of the estate of A. Huber.
Leave To Sell Land.
GEORGIA. Thomas Coni iv:
Notice is Iwr-by ftl *n ihht th* n»
dersigoed It is imp i^d to M*-* Or<>
mid County toi lt*»
one umlo l eJoiigii'g ro i he *••»*»*• -
M.F. Bwiron lorfheic.titiiii'. f
Said appWioii »**
regular term of the C. art of Oi
for said comity to be In-hl *
Monday in Ociotv r I'JNi
This Sept 4th. 1925.
M A. Fi ni woo '.
Adui. Mr-. 2d. t Boi.ti
-.1 Ini.d, <
Sept. ?. 4i.
Tboirasvillc Pa>vn Shu
(jgr-' $ The Poor Man’s Friend
If yn will any money cnmsaiid
me, but don’t forget t(f briJg you
watche-. diamond*, all kinds of
nmiun. ... «■ ‘ti.'i * ulB *
bie .rni-tm. Don’t forget >o look In
rhe rhrec ualUtnd yoo arc •" 3nd y<"
R. R. Fare Paid. Not*
taken on tuiticn. BE4
and cheapest on earth. Den t deter. Write tJ -k»
CEOtCU-ALABAHA UUSWESS C0LLECE.I
VALUE OF THE WEATHER MAN.
Sown* Instance* Where He Has Saved
Mam Thousand Dollars.
in spit* hi the standing jokes
about the weather man, it Is proba
l»le that for everr dollar spent on
the weather bureau ten dollars are
•uivea At the time of the Mississip
pi flood of 1 spI; fl5.onn.000 worth
of live stock and other property
were caved as a result of warnings
irsued a week ahead. Signals dlS’
played for a single hurricane have
detained In port vessels valued at,
with their cargoes, $20,000,000. Tho
West Indian statlfins. established In
1898, Inform ua of hurricanes
•toon as they begin. The course of
the hurricane that enured the Gnl-
ston flood was charted for a wee!
before It struck our shores—for
i'Icanes move slowly. Eighty-
per cent of the forecasts now
come true, and by the aid of rural
free delivery, 25,000,000 forecasts
cards were distributed last year to
farmers, many of whom could not
have had them five years ago.
Ni-.v und Loud.
Broad street was filled
by the strident tones c? t
graph percolating midst the rain
drops. They came from a new ma
chine called the ”20th century” at
Tuttles, and they greatly delighted
ill the members of tho leisure club.
Vou can hear the thing a mile.
Blue Lick and
Deep Rock Mineral
By the Glass
by the Gallon.
Ask Your Physician .
GE0R3IA. Thomas Countv:
M. A. Fleet wo >d, Coon»y
'O", having made apnllc»nou to mein
lue form to W appointed permanent ad-
oitii«tr»'nr npwi the tsfMto of Allan
• redorick late of add Court*, notice is
e eb-’ given ttmt w»ul »iq)iic?H»ion win
- heard at the r gn a-term of tl e
’• urt of Ordinsnr f«»r said count*-, m
«e t on the flrd Monday In Ouober
Witness my hand snd offt.'-UI signs-
•ire this 4tli day of Sep*. 190V
Wm. M. Jones, Ordinary.
•<ep». 8 4r. *
HON. CLARK HOWELL
nil trusts as Inimical to the general
welfare and encourage with money
and labor other trusts lnr which 1
had some personal Interest.”
“Rejoicing ns I do In the uueae--
r.mpled prosperity which has re
warded tho patient labors of all
classes of our people, I cannot give
the sanction of my Voice to tlje cry
of calamity with which the common
wealth r.nd its conditions have boon
“In order, however, that there
may. be no room for doubt as to my
present attitude on any of the issues
which have been injected into tine*
pending campaign, I shall follow
this statement lyith a* clear and con
cise presentation of my position on
ttiGsso Issues.” .
‘Tho present and second terra at
Senator Tacon la that national body
will expire on the 3d day of March,
1907, after twelve years of conse
“The State primary to bo called
next sumer will instruct the newly
nominated members* of the legisla
ture 03 to the will of the Democratic
voters In electing his successor, and
tho decision of this great matter
rests, therefore as all great public
Issues should rest, upon the ballots
of a free people.
'*Itf Is due to the electors of tho
r&rty and to myself to say that this
announcement has been delayed ta
deference not only to political otbfcs
but to those sentiments of personal
consideration and esteem which hares
been due to Senator .Bacon ta tho
serious physical illness which he haa
suffered. But the authoritative an*-
suranco of his official representatttro
that the distinguished gentleman Is
obligation to silence and permits me
without hesitation to com© before
tho people in a matter of such* targe
public concern ns the nomihatidni
of a United States Senator in the
primaries now only a few months
“They, iwr tint I would Insist
olwat*. wpan. aBctat honesty, tho de-
UmcOon nt graft*. the punishment
of wMIWW zrad criminal officials
■nri Om jmWty nd luefnlneas of
star nun.lii anin in foreign coun
TStor aenrt. ir by the record
thet 1 -ereollf rtiert ntenys and ererr
When? far the jeeaerreflaa of tie
IntoBfttir nd woertority of the
grritCnnebn ram that hae mould
ed end armfe tin coeernmeat and
that .Illaet. or radl^allnn,
I wcuhf Paid ITraV and anfalterlag
ty u fritowcr or feeder la any leg-
rstatfeer Ifmt. w« eet to the preserva-
tion of liinr.'* ^feasts upon which our
“lly fx-ttonr ettfaen3, I have never
held or ca&od ca ofitce at j our hands
Up to tvetr-e rntritCis ago tt bad never
catered. m(a r.’.y ^Caa or pnrpose to
“l am fit Che fttlf tide of physical
&trcnrj£ft and vigor and have two
year.* ficCito. (tc nod my fiftieth
bfr«Kfay. I3vcrj' Tauulty of mind
and body fit at ftv lest and highest.
1 lave teamed the country by travel .
and r fuevu gntfiered discretion from
contact xod njirrieaee with my fel
low men. ir I know myself I am
fair and last by temperament and
I loro Us Democratic party not
In the ngnrfaua Zoyatty of spoils nor
ha tfie l&taiac adherence of senti
ment hat front an Inherited and cul
tivated conception of tho mighty
ir.esstag and mtsclon of Democracy
[ icrogntoe Gorl elmtfhty, my con-
actnam so* air state as the su
preme guides of efy personal and
political eoadisri. i lose the people
/rad r Bonn &KI fa them because I
ssai auc mC tfracn and a part of them
r Dang ra t dall Hvo.
-I Csel vrftliCh me (he capacity -for
such service aa I base never yet hod
position.' at opportunity to offer the
peaphr and the state. 1 am willing
with Oaf* Had? ad your approval
to whmits ovsay gift and grace
wUbdousserartfiat nervloe, and to ren
der baxU. your Ugh commission In
the very Hnar that my powers begin
to ran me. or nr energies-to wane.
I snOcft riba fbcnntparable prlv-
Bcgo ar.’atnnUhc for. Georgia la the
Khnte of the (Tattod States.
-tt ia for the people la their sov-
ereton baflatn to decide whether 1
shall he given Ltte opportunity.
-folio Tcmplo Grave/."
I have demonstrated the capacity to
w in la private station a larger uhare
of these things than I can; hope to
enjoy in an honest discharge of any
public duty. My ambltlbn.for pub-
116 office Is wholly tasplfcd by so
honest belief that, If given tho op- |gbmepsL
portunlty, I can use the knowledge. I \ bod Bmak
experience and devotion of my post I JCcglrxUi fl; t
yours to so represent, this beloved ^ follow.
commonwealth In tho Federal Senate j rwm-. tuntmx Pitts arw made for
ns to materially Increase her. sovwr- . thgaaT* 00Q7.
elgn Interests In national iI*gUl*Clon| B Swsst, XneUea of the Peace and
at 61 Thomas
THE PERFECT WAT.
Scons of Themstnrflle CUIrcas Have
rr yew suffer from backache.
There ta mil owe way to curclt.
The perfect way la to care the
Mr. Howell's statement In part Is "As far as I have been able to
as follows: 1 learn, none of these gentlemen, with
"While I have long since made | ono exception, has undertaken to In-
public announcement of my purposo augurnto his political campaign, or
to offer for the Democratic nomlna- to precipitate a public canvass. The j ahead of us.
tlou for governor, I have at no time exception Is Hon. Hoko Smith, who ' “I ,.m moved to teefr that: nomlf
Intended to precipitate a premature has for some months been engaged j nation from no motives of personal,
campaign or to vex the peoplo of In an nctlvo public campaign vainglory or from any consideration
Georgia with an untimely canvasB throughout tho state and who, bo, | „f tho mere emolument!) of tho-offlco.
for the nomination. tween Ills personal attacks on me.
"Having served tho state ns speak- has lit a number of public speeches
er of the House of Representatives asserted tho principles which uro do-
nnd as president of tho senate, 1 dared by him tt, reflect his lndtvl-
hnve felt a slnccro and I trust, a dual views.
pardonable dcslro to receive nt their ."I shall In due time, undertake
hands tho sacred trust which follows to convince the voters of Georgia,
the next promotion in public service, whatever opinion Mr. Smith may prl-
the office of governor. • • • • • vately hold as to his own sincere
Tho present worthy executive lias devotion to these principles, that
but recently been Inaugurated Into there’Is an Irreconcilable conflict
a second term, which continues his between his practices and his pre-
administration for nearly two years. C epts; that a yawning gulf exists be-
Under the rules promulgated by the tween his past performances and his | aml policy, and to sustain.the tradl-
state convention the party primary prescat professions In tho matter of j yons of her forecasting and construc
tor the nomination of a candidate these principles. * * * * * tiv'e statesmanship ItaUhc highest
to succeed him In office cannot be "My attention has been attracted ! ul . una 0 r eloquent debate. ,
held earlier than July, 1900, near- numberless charges of inconsist-1 ..j t v, ill i, 0 m y pleasure to ask In
ly a year in the future. * * * * * ency which have been leveled u-' (-very section of the itato ln the near| b ^
It is my declared purpose at the gainst Mr! Smith by tho press of the fllture a personal Hearing of ray ^
proper time to meet tho voters of state, and 1 have taken occasion to V ! C «, 8 up0 n pending and prospective P - r — —1 K—t
every part of tho state, and. from investigate, already, ntany of these • iy. K10H of national policy. rtaak. M hesrisc ffwwa j-'- and
that platform urge the principles charges. To tho extent they have | ..j' t ( a t i, e t r unconquerable creeds. >M r> n n „ y—. w- kldneya were
of Democracy which have always teon substantiated they shall ho used pad, devotion to Justice, their a»- g a rh awl full ot eedtoient. Since ns-
gr.lded my conduct In public and in ' a y mo ; ;:ri Mr. Smith shall bo given p i r ations for a noble and model civ- DoauT* Kidney pm, ray back Is
private life. I shall extend q cor- ta n opportunity to explain them to [i] za t!p„ 0 n this continent that I w— 1„C» j
dial Invitation to all the other cani- y, 0 people of Georgia before they ,| 3 t, to rcpreccat heforo mankind thioh Voem'm Kidney Pills aro a very
Idates to dh.cuss in the presence of ra st their ballots.' It Is the right aai (a that -agust American.forum reltaMe MBa m effective remedy,
the people the principles for which oi tho pcovle to know If thcscchnrges on wh t .i, a n mankind, looks , with Tbey tn bo eo to ray case after
hey contend and the official records arn t p U o or false, for In tho law all £a g 0r expectation. jj tjtllod to sot relief from the
by which their adherence to these -j a |; ots arc penal and every voter Is must have lived Ip, vain if the oK , ^ .cTejaJ stber rraaedkts."
principles have been Illustrated la ont ;tied to be furnished with the people of tho state do not know thntw eoderseramt can be had
tho past. •••••••• * facts bofuro he f.nds bis vo.-dlcL* * j cot do otherwise;, privately F |jbt knew to TttaauaatfUe. Drop In-
"As yet, I am, In common with . Mr. Smith Is In tho midst of or publicly, as a citizen or. as a son- to ^ | nc Mtore and
the people of the state, not Informed blg , p„t,n- campaign, I now invito ctorj t ^ R11 staB j f or that Democracy ^ hSB ssikranim report.
to who will constitute tho-coa- him to dltsect the record I have6nado w | lose Ten Commandmoato wore, rra sale by tfi rtralnra Price 50
testauts for the Democratic nomlna- during a public life of eighteen w , 10 ?e ritual is found In tho constitu- FraerblKtini Co., Buffalo,
tloa. Throe citizens of Georgia, In ,, ear!l Conversing .my record he ', tloa ot t ho United Sutes. honestly ^ sola. «prat for the United
addition to myself, have already has been strangely silent, consider- cons t ru cd and absolutely adhered to.
made public their Intention to make j nE the disposition he haa manifested „Thoy know thaH would'never! fri raifkiil thrr amae Dooa'svand
the race. I allude to Hon. James toward my candidacy and the tendon- consent to legislation eaal to cerate t^kw-■© wlfrarc.
M. Smith, of Oglethorpe, Judge R. CJ - ho has betrayed In a scoro of pub- or defend trusts, corporate eambtna-
B. Russell of Gwinnett, and Kan- n»-tirades against the character and tlom In restraint of free trade and'| DasadlnaraS taraw F»r Ssls.
Ho’.co Smith, of Atlanta. It is car- capac i t y 0 f practically every ofllce free competition among our AmcrP | L p *"ft > ''aboat *jm
rently reported that tho list will be holder—except himself.” [ can people, whether*continental or ‘, r , r of wwril nw 1' t'-nl r —‘ *--*mr
Increased by tho entry of Joe Hill At lhl , tK) lnt Mr. Howell gave ex- co lonla', but that I would hr found sri h
Hajl, of lllbb and Hon. J. H. Estlll pygjjion to a number of things to j 0 the last combatting every person
ot Chatham and still other names wh lch he says he Is unalterably op- or scheme asanlting the 'lroperatfvo inttl-'ror
urlneljlc ot oar democratic repablte Dnlatis. J9". (. JUw
IkMMsSi.IkAltoMwi m _
Dyspecsca Gore ' ir * occ,,,on,,,! >' mcntlone<1 ,D c0tt ", posed, and which the Hon. Hoke
^WMt you oats nection with the nomjhatlon. ‘ Smith Is generally accueed of belat
equal rights to all men andspecioli