TAKEOFF YOUR BONNET.
That blinds your eyes, look a. few facts right in
the face. r '
Do you want a Dinner Set, Toilet Set, few
odd pieces. I am sure you do and you are afraid they
can not be had at a reasonable figure*.
Go to thinking about these things; come to me and
I will show you how easy it will be for both of us to
agree on a subject of such importance.
Think about the sewing machine question and
then come here and lei me demonstrate how easy it is
ta get a machine good for your life time and the lifetime
of your children and to get it for a modest sum.
C. B. QUINN,
IN PIANO CONTEST MISS CAS-
SADYCOMES SECOND. NEW
ENTRIES.- LARGE VOTE
QUITMAN BUSINESS MAN
TELLS HOW THEY ARE BE
ING RUN OUT OF TOWN
er of tourists owing to the clos-
r tho Plney Wood. Ho tel. Hero
few notes about tbe plans of
of the cottagers,
and Mrs. J. H. Wade who have
L —.1 a. M . will W.VA
The voting contest has been fore
mast In the minds of the people of
Thomasvllle people during the past
week. That fact; Is proved by the
many changes In the standing of the'
contestants since the first result wss;
published a week ago. The splendid j
Rudolph piano will be an ornament'
to some home In the county, but It
will not he wop without a struggle.
The magnificence of the prise wil:
more than repay any effort made by
the friend* .of the contestant who
And now for the story of the voto.
Tho leader at the second stage of tho
Journey toward the Chrietmas gift
is Miss Ruth Goodwin.
A prominent cltlaen of Quitman
was In the city recently and was
asked about the blind tiger raid In
that city. Knowing the dlfflculty
there Is In procedure In such cases
he was asked how the raid was man
aged. He replied that the citizens
of the placa had grown tired of the
flagrant violations of the law and
that they had made up their minds
to stop It. A league was formed of
the best citizens of the place who
have the movement In charge. He
said that there waa much excitement
the day the raid was pulled off and
that the dray load* of whiskey haul
ed up. the street made one of the
most spectacular parades In the his
tory of the city.
(Formerly advertised and sold as
.Vo change In formula or package.
The name only has been changed to
avoid confusion, ns we cannot afford
to have so valuable a preparation
confused with any other.
Nadlnola Is guaranteed and monoy
will be refunded In every ease, where
■« falls to remove freckles, pimples,
Iver spots . collar discolorations,
blackheads, disfiguring eruptions,
no The worst cases In 10 days.
Leaves the skin clear, soft , healthy
<nd restores the beauty of youth.
Price 00 j*b(* and !i. Bold bv
all-the leading druggists In each city
Prepared only by
NATIONAL TOILET %Xj„ Part-..
steadily on. A lavish expenditure
of money, coupled with perfect good
taste and careful plans Is rapidly
transforming Mr. Wade's home and
estate lnto a perfect bower of beauty.
Enclosed find..: dollars and cents
to apply on my subscription to the] RrJ&y Times-Enterprise.
Record my votes for
as the most popular young lady, the winner to receive abso
lutely free a full size Rudolph Piano
No. of Votes • . .
The public benefits largsly by his
generosity as he his done much road
bonding on the public highways snr-
ronndlng his place and baa contrib
uted thousands of dollars worth of
work to these.
In the road work ha haa been join
ed by Messrs. J. 0. Morse and 0. H.
Payne. The latter never seems to
tire of Improving his place "Green
wood " which would already aoem jd
be the gem of perfection. All sum
mer carpenters and roadmakers have
been at work on the place. Col.
Payne's annual expenditures at
"Greenwood amount to the astonish
ing sign of tlOO.OOO. He will be
here at the usual time for the sea-
lady,Is a'stndent at Toung’a College
and Is a daughter of Mr. R. B. Good
win of this dty. That she haa a host
He further said:
"It la wonderful the accessions to
the ranks of the antl-tlger people
that have been made since ll has
been realized that the best busla'ess
men of the community are back of
that stands after her name on, tbo
list of votes. It Is synonymous with
the-present year 1905 and her
friends will polntto this as a hopeful
augury. Mist Tempe Cassady, Inst
week's leader la row In second place
with the splendid total of 1,500.
Perhaps the most Interesting event
of the week Is the entry of Miss Zoo
Simpson of Meigs. She makes her
first apperanco on the scene with a
start of 1,150 votes putting her In
to third place. It will be recalled
that a Meigs girl won. the prize In
the contest of lost year and there are
no small number who are wilting to
predict that history will repeat Itself
In this regsrd. Two other new en-
hss always been against the lawless
sale but has only
aroused. We are receiving offers of
evidence every day and we are going
to break up the traffic.”
"The blind tiger keepers arc scar
ed and are leaving town. One fel
low and ordered twelve barrels of
whiskey but was afraid to take It out
of tho depot and It stands there now.
Tho sentiment of the public governs
these things and the
WHEN THE MERCURY—
Is trying to crawl out of the top of the Thermome
ter these hot days and you are tired and warm, try
a bottle of our Highly carbonated
CASCADE GINGER ALE,
And you will be instantly refreshed and cooled. AJ1
of-our bottle goods are made from distilled water
and only the purest and highest class extracts used.
For price and case lots address or ph o n e
The Thomasville Ice Company
PONE NUMBER «
Five ysar long loans In sums el
S30O to 510,003 negotiated on
farm lands In South West Georgia
Wo can supply your demands
promptly * and ars praparad to
meat all oompolltlon. Csll ar writs
to Ball dk Woathsn
Attarnsys at Law,
. Mr. Morse Is In poor health and
may be unable to come to Tho-uaa-
vlllo this winter. He Is better hero
than at any other place and If hli
health permitrhe will come early in
Mrs. J. Wyman Jones will come
shortly after the first of November
to her country home "Blsoma:" |
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chapin will
not spend the winter with her as
usual but Mr. Chapin trill make fre
quent visits to Thomasville during
The Talmage family who occupied
the Young residence on Gordon are-1
nue are abroad and will not return
to Thomosrllls this year.
Mrs. B. O.Stoddard of New Haven
judges are going to give tho people
the sentences and the arrests that
Th words of the gentleman call to
mind an Interesting experiment that
the citizens of Moultrie tried the
other day. They presented a num
erously signed petition to Jadge
Humphrey of the city court asking
that he do not fine those found guil
ty o frunnlng blind tigers but that
he send them to the chain gang, ’"t
agreed to do this. It Is said that!
there was a general exodus of tiger-
keepers from Moultrie within a very
few hours. It Is further said that at
least jpne of these removed to Thom
The blind tiger question Is un
doubtedly In the public mind and
the public mouth. There Is consid
erable discussion of another prohib
ition election In Thomas county and
the wet ranks have had a number
of converts from those who have al
ways heretofore been dry. On the
other band every year the town ta
dry adds to the believers In that
side. There Is also a strong ele
ment that would like to see a dispen
sary established In this county, and
who regard that method as tbe logi
cal solution of tbe liquor question.
The partitioning oft ofGrady county
on the first of January will change
the-conditions In tbls regard to a con
slderable extent. It Is not proba
ble that any move wlllbo made be
fore tbat time but there will be de
velopments along some line shortly.
T Thou old clothes to prau into <
L urvioe It is not necessary to .
I boy a now winter salt as long as J
: R0QF.RS, The Presser i
’ oan make the old look like new. ■
; Lsdisa work a speoialty, Rea- *
• sonable prlou per garment *
: ROGERS PRESSING CLUB \
\ PHONE 048-2. :
will occupy the Btark cottage. She
Js well known to all our people.
, The Miller home on Broad street
has been leased by the Belches fam
ily of Boston and th Mlsset Hay
den of New York.
Mr. John Grant's new" home ofi
Jackson street will be the abode of
Uri. Kennedy of Chicago.
Judge Lynde Harrison of New
Haven will come early In the season
end Uve at the Donner home on Daw
son street where he wai lest year.
His daoghter will be a student at
. Mr. George Strawbrldge of Phil
adelphia who has heretofore made
hta home at the 8tark cottage has
leased the Forbet residence on the
Park front and will be there durlpg
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Keep will be
here from New York and will sup
erintend the rebuilding of their
home oif Broad street which waa
burned last April.
The Tower family of Boston who
ware at the Van Dnser hpme last
year will be at their own place, the
MacIntyre family home during the
season. They hsve made altera
tions and Improvements but have
preserved the old colonial appear
ance of the place.
It Is supposed that the Hebards,
Taylors, Haskells, Thome*,, Irelands
Parsons, Thompsons, Voses, Wolters,
Baileys, Strawbrldge* and the many
other well known residents will b#
her* at tbe usual time at nothing
to the conntrary has been heard from
$100,000 TO LEND
On Farms and Chqloe city
property in Thomasville. Inter*
eel 8 to 7' per oen-and payable
annually. Tims 5 years, but par
or all of prinelpal may be paid
book at and of any year and stop
interest. Prompt attention
*n to all written inqniro*. .
ELLIS A ELLIS,
Padriok Baling. Titcjj, G».
If you are we can furnish you drawings
for use in obtaining your patent. Our
Mr. Potter is aii
Railroad Commluloner Joseph M.
Brown has filed with the commission
a motion to Investigate the earning
power of the Seaboard Air Line and
the Atlantic Coast Line at the same
time that such Investigation I* be
ing made of the Central of Georgia
and tbe Southern, with a view to
placing the four roads In freight
This will mean that the four, It
placed there, could only charge the
standard tariff and not an extra per
cent higher as Is now the case.
The hearing Is set tor October 19,
but It Is probable that It will be post
poned until November 9. /
/jS\ Thomsville Pawn Sho
®The Poor Man’s Friend.
If you waul any money oomeand see
ms, bnt don’t forget to bring your
watohea. diamonds, all kinds of jewelry,
omltnro, clothing and all other veins
ble articles. Don’t forget to look fot
the three belle and you are to find yoni
II. ATT8LL. PruDrif
Patent Draftsman. 1
of experience and can i
any kind of invention.
THOMASVILLE IRON WORKS, - -
Round Timbered Land For Sals.
About 000 acres of lend witliiD lial
mile of Ochlockonee. Ga. About 650
seres of good round timber, end balance
in good state of cultivation, with m-
provements, Wm. White, of Ochlock-
Blue Lick and
Deep Rock Mineral
By the Glass
To Quote Prices and Submit Samples of
Salem Invites Mcrcerlans.
Rev. Mr. Taylor waa recalled for
night from Pavo, where he baa been
assisting Rev. A. J. Taylor In a meet
ing at Balm. Several new members
were added to the church and much
Interest manifested by membership.
Rev. M .rTaylor was recalled tor
the ensuing year at an Increase of
salary which speaks well for the es
teem In whleh he te held by the
church. This Is a large country
church' having nearly S00 members
and at the last conference meeting
Invited tbe Mercer associate* to meet
with them next year.—Moultrie Ob-
onee. will show the land upon request/
For fnU particulars see or write me at
Florals, Ala . Jno L. Johnston, Exec.
Estate of J O. A. Johnston
For Men, Women and Children
We carr. evervthing ready-tc-wear and all orders will
receive prompt and and careful attention
ALWAY REMEMBER ft
i. We send goods by express C. O. D. subject to ex
amination before accepting.
a We send two or three styles of garments for
3. We allow 10 per cent discount for casb, except on
After today I will be found on
Jackson, street adjoining J. D.
Stringer's. Will be glad to greet
my old friends and patrons at tat.
new stand. Will serve you there
fslthfully. W. J. Wilson, -
Groceries and General Merchandise.
by the Gallon.
isk Your Physician
FOR SALE—To the highest bid
der for cash, 90 head of fine cattle,
more or leas, at the Huber place, four
and a halt miles south east of Meigs,
Thomas county, Ga. Sale 1s made
for the purpose of a division among
the heirs of the estate 'of A. Haber,
Mr. soft Mr*. Ernest Bears of Pen
sacola are with Mrs. Baers' brother.
Dr. Blackshear, until frost They
have been away from Pensacola
■Inc* this fever epldemlp lint started
aldoeta Times brings tbe Sick headache Is ceased by a dla
st the alt* of tbe historic ordered condition of tbe ctomach
irt House In that city will and ta quickly cured by Chamber-
pled by a two story brick Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
block to b* built by W. L. For sale by J. \V. Peacock, Thomae-
i. . Tj&tfEISbs!