fifteen negroes who were remanded
FOLIC* COURT LONG.
tor verlou* cause*. Hie ttlals ot
nil ot them wore more or tea*
lengthy on neconnt ot the Urge aum
ber ot witnesses and the amusement
censed by their interpretations cf
Missouri Baker did not wait to he
shown hut pleaded guilty and re-
celTod her share ot the stipend, fire
' Judge J. S. Montgomery had Quite
* lengthy ae^plon at the City Hall yes
Serday afternoon. There was ahoat
asrallo extend a very hosrty and
genuine welcome to Mr. Harding
and hope to hare him in the city at
a permanent resident.
Parana Is Used In the Farm
er’s Home for all Sorts of
’■ -mBilMA Now Perfectly
' '’1 Mrs. Magdalena
Winkler, Route 6,
iM ; j Westminster, Md,
I wrlt ®* 1
\W y- •- y / “I thank you very
mBmKmMWzJt! much for your ad-
I Tlce - 1 c>n »»fely
wmti&MMtf!/ say that Faruna and
^HEtnuMp/ Hanalln have aeved
W&- «§J my life. •
MpwpBSiy “Whin I wrote to
tig /y you tho first time,
asking your advice,
B/ my condition was
I*/ ap poor that 1 did
r not expact to live
„ . .through the winter,
nt now I am perfeetty healthy.
"I cannot praise year medicine
Motto, la., R.
ing for some
time with sore eyee 1 was advised by \
a friend to try Reruns, which 1 did
“The first bottle relieved me, and
after using four bottles I was antirsly
“I do recommend Faruna to all who
art afflicted with catarrh. 1 have
found It to bs a great remedy elao for
oooghe and colds of children) a dose
at bad time wlUrelleva tbemfrom
oocgblng all sight. 1 always keep It on
hand, and recoin stand It."
Catarrh for Seven Yew*.
Mm. T. Freeh, R. B. Ho. 1, Hickory
Point, Tenn, writes i “1 am happy to
toilyen that I am cored of catarrh. I
have followed your good and kind ad-
vioe faith tally. Ihleca the day when I
wrote yoo of my condition, and I will
alwhys prilae Peruni. I think It la one
cf the gas ndesa medtetnee on earth.
“Haring bean afflicted with eatanh
and-atooaaen trouble for seven years,
Mrs. Hem? Martin,
[fins, lenora Bodenhomerf
Indigestion and Nervousness.
Mrs. Ignore Hodenhstner, R. F. D.l,
Her to, Kvrnerffvllte, Hortk'’CNffOthfeS,
writes tho following 'latter • to - The
Herons JDrng Manufacturing Oom-
“I .offered with stomach trouble and
dndlgoeUon for some time, and nothing
U>et I ate agreed with mb, etsw re if.
"I was very nemos and experienced
■3 continual ifiQSMllMfl ptyfr
,umo : w ‘...
J ‘I took medicine from the doolor, hot
dt did me no goad. Mound in one cf
your Peruna beets a description ot My
aymptomsp 'Ithen wrote to Dr. Hart-
men for advice. Mo said I had eatanh
jpf tho fltomMh#
•1 took Fern*a and Manalln and fol
lowed his directions and can now aay
that 1 feel ae well as I aver did.
“I hop# that all who are afflicted with
6b# same, symptoms will take Parana,
M It hat certainly cured me."
**•*£* ■***• Boota.fr IrwsjUla,
“f'uJgUdtobeat’te to tollyeu that I
am well of oatatvh of tho atentaah, Cor
Ferttna l vould m*Ver have biCn well. '
'“1 bad three phyalotana. Onset them
told my husband that he ooaM net
euro me.. .<• mu o.
•1 bed been sick abeutnitn* man the
when a Island aakad sm to try Parana
to gratify hart sa I oouimnwd taking
“lean sat and walk and work. Every
body says 1 look as well aa I ever did.
"Oh i yon don’t know 1 bow thankful I
do feel to yon,
“I here got aeveral other people to
take Parana. I pratee it to every
I oaly weighed one hand red and thirty
pounds, and vae so weak I rouid hardly
get around the room.
"I wee Induced to try Parana, and to
my gl*at»*rpriaa X am now entirely wall.
My Weight • Is new one hundred and
eighty-eight ponada, my health never
waa bettot In my life, I shall always
prates Dr, Hartman and bis remedies.”
Mrs. Anna Under, R. T. D. He. S, Dae-
•el, Msekor Oo., Minn, writes J "For two
years I raftered with that terrible dis
ease, chromic catarrh. |
“Fortunately I saw your advertise
ment hi my paper and I spoke to my sla
ter about your medicine. She wrote to
you and I got your advice free of charge.
I took Peruna and am woll and a mother
Copyright 1908 by
Hart Sckaflncr ft Marx
Tho Farmer’s Wife. *
Who is in o bettor position to know then the farmer’s wife herself what
Is required In the farmer’* bom* t She must meet I te troubles, solve He prob
lem*, ward off dteeses, nurse the atek, she must d* all those Ullage herself,
and she learn* by valuable experience what la beat and what is not host.
In nkmbaileas farm homes Panina la rolled upon aa the family medleine.
Peruna book*are eoueallsd in health and disease. Ferans la oaedes a preven
tive as well gs a corrective In dtsssss-
The wives of the farmers of the Halted State* constitute a solid phalanx
In ftyor Of Parana. Agaluet this testimony lb* dander* of a lew ertOro will
net prevail. On* sensible mistress of a farm heme who Iks need reruns
knows more about Parang than all the magazine critics in U>e week).
ot two children.
“I owe It *11 to reruns. I would not
ho without that great fonts lor ten times
Its coat, for I am well and stfoag now,
and cannot speak tn too high terms of
Its value a* a medicine.”
In alettex dated June 12,1906, Mr*. Un
der writes / “I cannot express my thanks
enough to you for all the good you medi
cine has dona for me and my family.
! This spring I took cold and It settled In
1 my kidneys. At fire! I thought it was
“I took Peruna aa directed on th*
bottle and In a few days I waa all right,
*0 I owe my health to Dr. Hartman
and hie remedy,” .
Miserable With Catarrh.
Mrs. HeiUe Green, R. R. 6, Into, HI.,
writes: “Lest November 1 had catarrh,
and lelt so miserable. I thought that I
would go Into consumption.
"I trad so many doctors and psedt-
ctnos, but nothing did mo any good, only
“After I began the ue# of Parana I
began te Improve la every way.
“My head doe* not hurt so much,
my stomach la all right, my bowels
are regular, my appetite good, my
complexion clear, my eyes are bright,
sad I am - gaining tn hash sad
“I think Peruna has no equal aa n
/T*WI§ season the styles, and
patterns of fabric, in men’s
clothes are unusually striking;
more bright colors;
more smart. patterns
and weaves; a stock of
men’s clothes like ours
looks almost giddy.
We’ll show you the
new fine goods for
Hart Schaffnet &
[ and cost. Pearl Jones and George 1
Mark and Kirsch
made in their perfect
way, of all-wool fa
brics, in the richest and most attractive
patterns; not too lively, nor too quiet; just
right. This store is the home of Halt
Schaffner 6 Marx and Kirschbaum clothes.
FROM ATLANTA. Banka, old-time offenders, engaged
In a playful Joke, Pearl • beating
George and caualng tbe liar to be
paeeed utter which ibe clapped the
other's face. Fine, five per. King
and Joe Bell didn't exactly agree up
on some question about the treat
ment of their mother and they en
gaged In a word war upon N the
streets tor which they will contri
bute to tbe city treeaurur two fifty,
Tbe A. B, A A. R, R. Now Operating
Through Freight Service.
On April 15tb the A. B. A A. B. R
inaugurated freight service out of
Atlanta, and now freight le moving
from Atlanta to Thomaavllle and oth
er point* all the way via their own
rails. This will undoubtedly give e
faster movement of freight from At
lanta to Thomaavllle, and the miq
chants will probably take advantage
of It In sending their order*.
Tbe officials of tbe A. B.
A A. R. R. are working hard on a
passenger schedule, and It it stated
that this passenger schedule will be
put on about May first.
Do you want a good position—one of the belter sort—one
worth having? If you do, take a course of business and
short hand training in this old reliable schpol. Call or
write for fall information io
Dixie Thomas, a negro, waa caught
outright telling whiskey, tbe bottle
he sold being produced as well aa
the man to whom bo sold it. The
Mayor fijted him $9 and coat or thlr-j
ty days on tbe street for this offence j
at tht same time saying that it seem
Th* Tlmec-Enterprta* la always! «d almost Impassible to stop the trat-
4. IV. BALL, President.
ahead In taking advantage ot these
new and Improved methods, and tbe
first shipment which moved through
all the way over the rail* of ths’
lino was a shipment from Atlanta
to tbe Tlmcs-Entcrpriso. It reach
ed Thomaavllle Saturday. Listen!
It was a keg!
it any ot our delinquent subscrib
ers will call and pay up their sub
scription, we will glre them a drink
from It, even It tbe Grand Jury la In
session. It contains printer's Ink,
good old printer's Ink.
the actions ol their race.
Robert Span raised merry caiu
with the negroes la his section ot the
city, threatening with gum and the
rest that goes in th* same category.
His line was made twenty sad coat.
Zion Mitchell and Mannle Leo mix
ed things up a bit In Bessie .Jenkins
restaurant and used knives, stools
end any other things handy. Zion
waa soaked for ten and coat because
the‘burden of guilt lay heavily up
on him, while Mannle was only*gtv-
en one and cost. >
fie, but there was a way and ho in
tends taking' the proper methods to
ward that end.
Winchester Man Here.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
Mr. Frank Lawrence ot Hew York,
the Winchester representative, waa
In the city yesterday with Col. R. L,
Wylly. Mr. Lawrence baa charge of
the teams tent out by that company
to shoot all dver the country. He
will possibly make arrangements
while here to send a team to com
pete In the Cracker Gun Club shoot
on tbe Fourth ot July. He la one
of the big men in the concern and la
popular wherever he goes. Through
him It waa made possible to have
the famous Topperwlne team her#
Mr. Harding Buys Home.
A reel estate transfer has been
made by which Mr. S. T. Harding ot
Seymour, Indiana comes Into pos
Blon of the home of Mr. E. M. Mkl-
lette on Mallette Heights. ,Mr. Bald
ing has been to Thomaavllle before
and 1a very much pleased with the
country, the climate and the gener-
hi surroundings. He will take pos
session of the property on the first
of December. The people ot Thom-
extend a very hmrty end
a Bad Cold
Ton want s remedy that win not
only give quick relief bat effect a
Ton want a remedy that will re
lieve the lungs end keep expectora
You want n remedy that win ooun-
teeoet any tendency toward pneu.
Yon want a remedy that la pleas
ant and safh to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
moots all of these reqmrements, end
tor the speedy and permanent cure
of bod odds st&ndn without a peer.
A Severe Cold Quickly Cured by Cham,
belaln’s Cough Remedy.
"tost winter I caught a very severe eold
which Unrated tor week*,’’ aay* j. Ur-
qubart,of Zephyr, Ontario. "My cough
was vary dry and harsh. The looal dealer
edy sad guaranteed to. so I gave It a trial.
Onesfiutn bottle ot Konrad me. I believe
baa* I ha v* avers
It is Equally Valuable for Children ^
It Contains no Narcotic and is Safe and Sure
Ask your Druggist for it 1