Washington, Oct. 9.
Albany, Ga., Oct. 9.—It is loan
ed from good authority this moin-
i ing that a large block ofjtoek in the
G. W. Bacon Pecan Company ot De
Witt, had beend bought by Charles
Terkes and associates, ot Chicago,
for the sum that approximates 976,*
000. The block of jtock which will
change hands by this transaction
was owned by Mr. G. M. Bacon, the
founder and the president of the
company and Is three-fourths ot the
total stock of the company. v
it la understood that the Chicago
syndicate will take right hold of the
pecan company and, having ample
capital will develop it Into the
largest pecan Industry In the coun
try. The G. M. Bacon Pecan Com
pany Is already big affair, but th'e
new owners will have amplo capital
to make It a great Industry and one
that will work a great good for this
Charles Yerkes, the mao at tbo
head of the Chicago spndtcate which
made this purchase Is the only son
of the Yerkes who Is the principal
owner of the Chicago street railway
Oct. 11.—S. R.
Blanton of this city will shortly be
gin the publication of a new dally
paper to be known as The Baln
brldge Daily Tribune.
It will be a four page, six column
sheet and will give all the news of
Decatur county and this section of
the state. Mr. Blanton promises a
bright, newsy, Impartial Democratic
Mr. Blanton has been a resident
of Balnbrldge about a year, having
been connected with the Searchlight
until a few weeks ago and since
then having been engaged In the job
printing business. There Is now no
dally paper In Balnbrldge,, The Argus
having suspended publication a few
Mr. Blanton was formerly editor
of The Bufaula Dally Progress, and
before that was with the Thouas-
vllle # Times-Enterprl«e, having gone
with that paper after ’selling out The
New Orleans, Oct. il.—A fall of
16 degrees brtngs the temperature
to 61 today the effect of which will
be to increase the improvement in
the fever situation and help the cam
palgn for the reduction and removal
of quarantine restrictions. The day
Is bright and blear here having a
most admirable effect upon the spir
its of the people.
The appearance of fever at New
Iberia the'first during the fever ep
idemic has Interfered with the open
lng of the Southern Pacific Railroad
lines. It Is believed there will soon
be a loosening of lines against New
Orleans, not only by Louisiana
points but by neighboring states.
Excepting New Iberia state condi
tions continue to grow better.
Only Eight New Cases.
New Orleans, Oct. ll.—To noon
today 8 new cases of yellov fever
and two deaths were reported, mak
ing the totals to date 3,238 cases and
To the ladies. Hotel Keepers,
Boarding Houses and Restaurants,
As Well as Thrifty Housewives:-
Should attend this sale without delay. We are
offering strong price inducements in all house
hold supplies during this week’s sale.
of cane syrup making has ’ been
brought to a successful conclusion
and Secretary' Wilson has ordered
tbe sale of the government factory
which was built at Waycross three
This plant was established tor the
purpose ot giving a course of study
to cane syrup manufacturers of the
These manufacturers had
ienced great difficulty In making a
syrup of uniform color, preventing
It from reverting to sugar and fer
menting. The plant was established
by Dr. Wiley chief of the bureau
of chemistry and his experiments
proved entirely successful.
The plant cost the government
less than fifteen thousand dollars
and resulted In the Improvement of
the annual production of nearly two
hundred million gallons of syrup.
Blankets at Special prices, from 98c to $7.90 per pair
Comfcrts at comfortable prices, from 98c to $5.98 per pr
Sheets, the biggest bargain in Sheets, from 55c to68cpr
Pillow Cases— when you see them you will say they
are cheap, from 28c f o 33c per pair
Marsailes Spreads front 98c to $2.98
Fringed Spreads, from $1.33 to $3.48
Table Linens, bleached and unbleached from 320(0 1,48
Napkins, all-Linen, from $1,14 to $4)98 doz
Portier Curtains, fom $2,43 to $10,00, pr
Lace Curtains, from 98c to $6,98 pr
Mouquette Rugs, from 1,25 to 4,5a
Art Squares, from 5.00 35, 00
Pillow Tops, from 25c to . 98c
Washable Table Covers, 75c to 1,25
South Georgia Progress,
the South Georgia Home of Pelham
for tour years.
SIMPLE REMEDY FOR CATARRH.
Just Breathe Hyomel Four Times a
Day and Be Cured.
If a few years ago some one had
said you can cure catarrh by breath
ing air charged with a healing bal
sam, the ldpa would have been ridi
culed and it remained for that emi
nent investigator, R. T. Booth, to
discover In Hyomel this method of
Hyomle has performed almost mlr
culous cures of catarrh and is today
recognized by leading members of
the medical profession as tbe only
advertised remedy that can be relied
upon to do Just what It claims. The
complete outfit of Hyomel costs $1,
and consists of an Inhaler, a medl
cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomel.
Breathe Hyomel through the in
haler tor a-tew minutes four times
a day and It will cure the worst case
of catarrh. It soothes and heals the
mucous membrane of the air passage
prevents irritation and effects a com
plete and lasting cure.'
In Thomqsvllle there are scores
of well known people who have been
cured of catarrh by Hyomel. If It
does not cure you J. W. Peacock will
return the money you pay for it.
11.—The report has
Washington, Oct. 9.—The timlti
bureau report shows the production
and distribution of cotton between
Sept. 1 of last year and the same
date this year to be 14,455,991. Liles
'if this 61 per cent was exported, and
mi per cent taken in domestic con
sumption leaving a surplus of 9 per
All above articles will be placed on sale
next week and a good many other house
furnishing articles which space does not
permit us to mention. Should you need
any of above articles, come and avail your
self of this opportunity.
The city council held its regular
mcctig last night with a bare quo
rum present. There waB nobuslucss
of special Importance. The 1>or at
ItTgo has become such a nul.it/ico
that the council took cognizance of
him ,by introducing a new or4inunco.
This provides than any officer who
impounds a hog shall receive a fee
of fifty cents for imopundlng. 25
cento for advertising and ten cents
a day for feeding. Heretofore these
sums have gone into the city treas
ury. If the ordinance passes at Its living In the same apartment build
next reading it is supposed that the lng on 18th street, this city, was
officers will be more diligent In their arrested today on complaint ot two
efforts to stop the hog prowling. of them.
Ntfw York, Oct. II.—When the
dty .registration books closed last
night 347,217 voters had registered
In the two ddys in which the books
had been open.
Broad and Jackson Streets
A Happy Home
This, is the strongest evidence that
can be offered as to his faith in the
To have a happy home you must have children,
as they are great happy-home makers. If a weak
woman, you can be made strong enough to bear
healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to
yourself, by taking
-'avlng ha> and f nv-lilng picking ».,t-
ton. The yield line been very good
except’ cotton, which Is a good dual
shorter than usual.
Mr. F. N. Carter’s big new ginnery
!!.■>» been quite a convenience to the
farmers throughout tblg vicinity and
Is giving entire r,‘Refaction, both
It, yiold and lu tho quality ot tbo
Mrs. Lillie Ulid of Tbomasvllle
• [sited relatives rud friends at this
place Saturday and Sundayreturntng
home Mondny r orvng.
The trustees of Merrillville school
met Friday and r.o-ted Miss Annie
Lucas of Cchlockoi ee to teach the
m xt tern, ot school at this place to
commence tho first of January next.
Mrs. T, P. Blnckshear, wife of our
justice of peace left the first of tho
week to make a Malt of some dura
tion to her parents In East f lorlija.
sns's: jots' wxxw&ww&xymiwii:
day since he opened his . weather
shop. Tbe minimum temperature
yesterday was reached at 7 o’clock
in the evening and was 58 degrees.
This is tbe lowest mark that the de
scending mercury has reached this
season. Vests, wraps and fires were
popular last night.
Demand for Ml-o-na Stomach Tablets
Continues to Increase—Endorsed
and Guaranteed by J. W. Peacock.
Although Ml-o-pa was introduced
in Thomasvllle but a short tide ago,
It is today outselling all other medl-
rlnos for the cure of indigestion and
"Your money back It yon want it,”
is the way In which J; W. Peacock !•
selling this popular remedy. This
It will ease away all your pain, reduce inflam
mation, cure Ieucorrhea (whites), falling womb, ovar
ian trouble, disordered menses, backache, headache,
etc», and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it.
-At every drug store in $1.00 bottles.
The largest and most complete stock of
Mens, Youths and Boys
"DDE TO CARDUI •
and nothing else,' Is my baby girl, now
two wseks old,’’ writes Mrs. J, P,
West, of Webster City, lows. “Sho
<- a fine, healthy babe and we are
both doing nicely.’’
WRITE US A LETIXH
freely and frankly, telling ussll your
plain sealed envelope). Address: La
dles’ Advisory Dept.,The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
ever brought to this city. They are
the best all-wool, the best tailored, the
pink of perfection tor fit, the newest
styles and at the lowest prices ever of-
ls an unusual plan, but Ml-o-na Is
so uniformly successful in cur
ing all forms of tndlg6|tlon and sto
mach trebles, except cancer, that he
rnns little rlek In selling under a
guarantee of thia kind.
Ml-o-na gives such healtl/ and
strength to tbo weakest stomach
that all the food is readily converted
Into nutrlUon so that It gives nour-1
Ishment and health to the whole
system. In this way nervousness
and slccplessnesa are cured; head
aches, backaches and rheumaUc
pains are prevented and there will
be no more poor appetite, distress
after eating, heart burn or debility.
Ml-o-na costs but 50 cents a box
and J. W. Peacock will guarantee
to refund tho money If It does not
cure. The risk Is all ours.
talu who lives Just out of town lias
cold his farm for a good price to Mr.
Gregory, who has tren living near
Pavo. Mr. Chastain has bought a
place near Moultrie end wo presume
will move to it. lie and his family
will bo mlsse.I In ibis community.
Mrs. Mary McM'.lian nnd Mrs. J.
It. Owen of Care ilia ere visiting M-t
villain McMillans family at Forest
Hill this week. Mrs. Owen Is con-
tempIaUng making considerable im-
prorcreont on her Merrillville prop
Mr. I. M. Dyke who recently
bought out Mr. Guy Johnson is going
to make some substantia! Improve
ments to h/s purchase.
After several weeks of serious Ill
ness Mr. Jack Marston Is able to be
up attending to business . Hls
friends are glad of hls recovery.
leading merchants of the city. ,
Miss Mabbett Is one of the love
liest members of tbe yonngersociety
set in Quitman.. She has visited
ThomasviUe Rian to Rfarry Young
Lady of Quitman.
fered in this section before. I
Prices from $6.50 to $25.00
and from $2*00 to $15.00 ,
IN YOUTHS AND BOYS
Also a full line of Mens, Boys
Don't forget our Manss U-
SHOES—the best on * earth for
: Much pleasant interest will be
aroused by the anonneement of the
approaching marriage of Mr. Clyde
M. Neel of this city to Miss Rebecca
Mabbett of Qnltman. The wedding
I is to take place at the home of the
| bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joseph
^ ,»-LL.li ,_ A.Um.. n« U-nS.V Vrt.
« Mabbett in Quitman on Monday. No- from M , aeum of frlends .
< vember 8th. . Owing to recent be-
^ | reavement in the bride’* family the
^ wedding will be rather quiet affair. . 4 ,
^ I There is no young man in Thomas- LOST—A. white and red butt head
^ ville who is more highly esteemed ed unmarked, cow and black and
^ by hls friends than Mr. Neel. Hls white calf marked swallow fork and
^ genial manera have made him a fav- j underblt in right ear spilt and, un-
^ orlte In society and Btrlct attention derblt In left ear. Reward for return
K to business has made him one ot the J. p. Wilson, Merrillville, Ga.
TurA.TJ.ABD & VARNEDOE