manor tmks-kstbrpbisk. iuday ima at, looe.
Bess Howard ud
of Thomaavlllo waa
(Inc* the laat writing
for th* Florida Ceatral
Knapp of Boston visited
hU daughter, Mrs. JonnU Thomas,
■face the last writing.
Dr. Gloover, of Moatleello, waa
oadled to see Mrs. Tom White who is
Mias Irene Thomas and little broth
er Groover, visited her sister Mrs.
Mattie Futch, laat Friday and Sat
Mias Lida Willie of Lloyds, Fla,
la visiting her sister Mrs. C. S. Rus
At . this writing a much needed
rain to falling. Late cotton has not
yet cflneup and this will be quite a
help fa that direction. It will also
Following la the honor soli of th*
?th Grade—Ludle Stringer, 96.x;
Laura Russell, *8.
ith Grade—Claudia Copeland
97.7; Annie Bess Howard 96.2.
ith Grade—Essie Wheeler 98.7;
Annie Swift, 96.4; Fred Smith 96.S;
Frank Searcy 95.9; Myra Copeland,
Ith Grade—Mias Bessie Thomas,
95; Mias Fannie Lee McCall, 9E.2
4th Gade—Ruth Swift 97.3: Lucy
Moatford 98.5; Jessie Monroe 97.4;
Matta Ollssoa 97.3.
4th Grade—Sallle Wheeler 97.6;
Mary Dekie 97.2; Lillie Knapp 96.2;
Claudia Roddenbery 95.4; Ladle
Thomas 96; Lester Smith 96.
3rd Grade—Mury GiUson 95: Ro
chelle Montford 95.2; Lydia Evans,
Attention U. C. V.
Th* annual meeting will be held
ou April 27th. All members are
requested to he preeent. Besides the
election ef officers and tho delegates
to the re-union at Birmingham, oth
er matters of Importance will
brought before the. meeting. AH
Confederates In tbe city on that day
are Invited to be prevent.
It. P. DOSS, Commander,
JOHN M. DEKLB, Adjutant.
NEWS A ED NOTES FROM MEIGS.
Pitcher 100 yean Old. Melons Now
on Vines. All the New* From that
(By J. 8. Searoy.)
Meigs, April 22—Mrs. J. W. Mon-
ertof has a pitcher that she knows to
be over 100 years old.
An old negro, Green Washington,
came near meeting bis death, a few
days ago. Green lives on tbe plan
tation of Rev. W. M. Davis near
town, over the line in Grady county.
A few mornings sinoe about daylight
while stooplag over to tie his shoes,
was hit oa the bend by an assassin.
Being old, ased aot possessed of good
eight he was inabie to discern who
his would-be assassin was. He was
ready to accuse his wife’s grandson
of the crime, but he had no proof.
Rev. W. M. Davis has accepted a
call from the Bethel Baptist church
to serve them as their pastor.
The Fret Melons.
Mr. A. S. Braswell tells me of Dad
lng young melons on*hls vines on the
12 Inst. Last year he noticed the
ilrst on the 22nd of April. The
first car of melons oat of the state
went from Meigs last season ou the
12 day of June.
Mr. Braswell knows the melon bus
iness by heart. His melons are evi
dently of tbe Brown variety.
Many farmers are having to re
plant their cotton crope. having put
the seed In the ground some time
previous to the tote rains. The crops
planted Blnce the rains arc up, and
much of it Is chopped out and "set
up" with the plows for the first time.
Farms and Gardens in Fine Con
Into the country weat of this place on
a business trip.
Mrs. A. C. Fuller of Camilla came
down Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs.
Fuller teaches a live school at Flue
Mrs. C. G. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs.
L. K. Boswell of Leland were here
Mrs. Isham D. Fuller and Mrs. M.
A. Fuller, wha have been <!• a visit
to the family of Mr. H. G. Bowen,
ireturned to their home at Green
ville, Ga. Wednesday.
Mr. Corrle Collier, of near Och-
lochneo was here Saturday with his
business eye over against a femi
nine proposition. y
Mr. George Huber of Moultrio
came over to visit relatives Sunday.
Mrs. fvira Nosmith of Branchvllle
oftev a short visit to her sister, Mrs.
E. Carter, has returned home.
Mps. George Strickland of Camil
la vlsrted here sister Mrs. George
'Johnson during tho week.
Miss Agnes Owens, teacher of the
school at Williams, came up to
spend Sunday with Hlai Dona Gas
Mrs. W: H. Boswell Is spending
so emtlme with Mrs. C.- E. Boswell
Messrs. Morris Hunt and Bundrick
of Pelham were here Sunday be-
tfr. J. Byron Hall has returned
from a trip to Cobb, Oa.
Mr. ond Mrs. Jodie Blanton ofPel-
liam spent Sunday with the family of
Mr. C. Kemp, near town.
Rev. W. E. Murphy and^ftfe, went
over to Macedonia Sunlay, where Mr
Mrs. Perry Mize and Mrs. Bering-
Son of Pelham were here shopping
during the week.
Gus Saddler and his sister.
THE GOME AND SEE SIGN
Corn Is In fine'condltlon and much j Miss Genie Saddler of Calvary were
of It Is plowed out, and growing. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
The gardeners of this place are Sasser a few days since,
feasting ea fresh garden truck.Beans' Mr. Sam Sntton, a former Meigs
potatoes, English peas, and the lfkej bor. of Alban, spent Friday- here.
J ELL ;0
PREPARED INSTANTLY. Simply »JdboU-
tog water, cool and serve, tec. per package at
all grocers. 7 flavors. Refuse all eubMkatsa.
IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS.
Don't Mistake tae Cause of Your
Troubles. A Thomasville Cltlnns
Shows Mow to Cura Them.
Many people never suspect their
'kidneys. If stffering from a lame
weak or aching back, they think that
It Is only a muscular weakneas; when
urinary trouble sets in they think it
0411 soon correct itself. And so it Is
with all the ether symptoms ef kid
ney disorders. That is Just whsre
the danger lies. You muEt cure
those troubles or they lead to dia
betes hr Bright’s disease. Tae best
remedy to use is Doan’s KiUney Pills.
It cores all ills which arc caused by
weak or diseased kidneys.
T. J. Paila, blacksmith, of Yaldos-
ta, 6a., says. "I have used Doan’*
Kidney Pill* for a weak back whist
orda caused by being injured In an ac
cident some years ago. Ever sines
that ttme I haws suffered with my
back and with a urinary weakaeaa.
Th* kldneywecretloas orere cfcrk and
full of sediment and their irregalar-
tty caused me annoyance aod am-
harassment nearly all the time. At
nlgbt I was okvi called out af bad
sad between that aad tbe kidney
polas, I bad iittlu rest aad this be
gan to tell on my general health.
Doan’s Kidney Pills. wUeh I got at
A. Hi D^nmock’e drag atora, ee«n-
•d te go right tofts spot «t onoa
and fa a short tiro* the pains had ad
left mo, the trouble with th* secre
tions vu corrected add I waa Im
proved'lu health. I can new sleep
well and da not hare to gat «» dur
ing the night. Boss's Kidney PUM
deserve all the credit.”
For sals by all daoMm. Price 50
cents, Foeter-Milbarn Oo., Buffalo,
Mem Terk, sols agents for tbe Uni
Remember tbe name—Doan’i
sad 1 take oa other.
are becoming plentiful,
A Wiser Man.
While Jake Brown of thin place
wns riding In his buggy Saturday he
allowed his foot to be caught be
tween the buggy step and a stump
In tbe road. The accident not only
teaches Jake a lesson, but will stop
the replanting of his cotton several
The big mills operated at Hansell
by tho Meigs Lumber and Manufac
turing Company of ' this place, I
learn will close down for a while af
ter this week's run.
Tbe commencement exercise* of
the Meigs Graded School will occur
May 17-18. Rev. Cbas Lane will
preach the sermon at the auditorium
on Sunday, May 17, and on the fol
lowing evening at 8 o'clock In the
mid (tor him tbe graduating exercises
The class this year wig consist of
six. ss follows: Misses Annie Davis,
Belle Duren, Mamie Lou Crowell.
Jewell Arllne, aad Rodney Aultman
and Paul Searcy. These are always
enjoyable occasions, but this will
Ooubtless cncdl In Interest any pre
vious event of the kind held here.
Mr. Joha Mason of near Mansell
was married to Miss Helen Lighf-
feot of the vicinity east of this plaoe
Dr. nnd Mrs. Edmnndson made a
hasty departure for Morven. Brooks
county. In answer to a telegram, an
nouncing the death of a nephew of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Braswell en
tertained a company of their friends
In n delightful manner Tuesday ev
Roy Vanlandingbam spent a day
or so with his parents at Cairo this
WATCH AND GUN.
Presented by The Subscription af
Any Number of Thomas Count-
The ritliens of Thomasvllla and
sonre from the county, who ware ap
proached upon the streets In the past
two days by a committee of citizens,
responded la a very liberal maimer
to selact a suitable testimonial of
esteem and respect to tbe young lady
who, a few days ago, so bravely re
pulsed ttts negro who attempted to
enter her fatber’a home during hie
They have selected a beautiful dia-
wb!le~fn"attendance upon on all day,' mond studded watch, solid gold with
Blueing at Chastain last Sunday. j a fine Jewel movement therein end
There are two more weddings that
are ready to pell, but I promised not
to mention them.
Accident to Mrs. Segler.
■Nows was received here of a ser
ious accident that happened to Mr*.
John Seglet Saturday In Ochlocbne*.
A horse attached to a buggy In
which she was riding becalm* frigh
tened and ran. Mrs. Segler wae ter
lonely hurt, having besides otiier
tritinee, oae ear nearly severed from
her head. Mrs. Bugler to the daugh
ter-in-law of Mr. W. N. Segler near
News was telephoned to Mr*. 8.
have ordered a fine tblrty-two eaiibre
pistol, pearl handled and ellver
mounted. A committee went out
there yesterday afternoon and pre
sented this testimonial to th* young
lady In behalf of tbe eitlxens tn re
cognition of her brave aot
She wee not expeoting this and
waa completely surprised but at fihe
sane time oife of tbe most delight
ed glrle in the oduntr. Aod Indeed
she may he for there are vary few
instances ef each a tribute to th*
sou sage and hraveiy of so young a
This sign u permanently attached
to the front of the main building of
the Lydia E. Pink ham Medicine
Company, Lynn, Mass.
What Does This Sign Mean ?
It means .that public .inspection of
the Laboratory and methods of doing
business is honestly desired. It means
that there is nothing about the bus
iness which is not “opon and above-
It means that a permanent invita
tion is extended to anyone to come
and verify any and all statement*
made in the advertiseinenta of>Ly.dia
E. Pinkhani'a Vegetable Compound.
“Is it a purely-vegetable compound
made from roots and herbs — with
out drugs 7
Come and See.
Do the women of America continu
ally use as much of it as we are told ?
Come and' See.
Wns there ever such a person as
Lydia E. Piiikhiun, and is there any
Mrs. Pinkham now to whom sick
woman are asked to writ* 7
Come and See. '
la the vast-private correspondence
with sick women condiwbed by
women only, and are the letters kept
strictly confidential ?
Come and See.
Have they really got letters from
ever one million, one hundsed
thousand women correspondents?
Como and Sec.
Have they proof that Lydia E.
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compoundias
cured thousands of these women?
Come and Sec. *
This advertisement is only for
doubters. The great army of women
who know from their own personal
experience that no medicine in the
world equals Lydia, E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Comjiound for female ills
will still go oq using and being ben
efited by it; nut the poor doubting,
suffering woman must, for her own
sake,be taught oonfldence.for she also
might just as well regain her health.
Shako la to Tow Shoos.
Allem'i Foot-Bass, a powder, Re
lieves palatal, smarting, nervosa
fast and Ingrowing nails and instant
ly takes th* sting of eons aad ban-
lone. It'd th* greatoct comfort dis
covery of the age. Alien's Foot-Baas
make tight or new «m>ea feel tear,
M’s a eertala car* for sweating, eal
lone, ewollen, tired, aching feet' Try
It today. Sold by an drngglet and
■hoe etorea. By mall far 45 celts, In
stamps. Don’t accept any enbetltute.
Trial package TREE. Addreee Al
len S. OtoortM. La Roy, N. T.
AGENTS WANTED—In all town* In
South Georgia. For our high
grade cleaning, dyeing, and hat
work. The Royal Co., Thomaa-
ville and Boston 4-23-tf
The Atlanta, Birmingham and At-,
lanttc Railroad caila attention to the
beautiful illustrated booklet entitled
“Rupbore and Mountain,” contain
ing views of seashore and mountain
resorts along toe line*, with map
showing the line tn operatloa up to
Copies will be seat Ires upon ap
plication to W. if. Lester. General
Passenger Agent, Atlanta. Ga.
W. Maples that tho babe of her
daughter. Mm. Mansell Jones, of Al- B*r1. 8he will always keep the watch
bony wss in a dying condition on ac
count at a dose at medicine bought
of a drought foe paregoric. Bra.
Maples left on the next train tor AI-
The Easter egg boat given ts the
Junior Leaguers vu a mast color
able affair. It waa oonducted by
Mbs. C. W. Jordan and her stotor,
MI*a Csrsfal Sprir.- Rov. C. W. Jar
aad gdn to shew as a present, from
Mi's citfcsas af her oaantr in recog
nition of an act of personal bravery
(From Thorsday Daily)
Roster day brought no farther de
velopments In file chase of tbs negro
In Colqnltt county, who attacked
The Farmert Wifo
Is very careful about her churn. She
scalds It thereughir.ifler using, and gives
It a sun hath to sweeten It. She knows
that it her churn Is soar It will tslnt the
butter that is made In It. The stomach Is
a churn. In the stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts'sre perlermed pro
cesses which are almost exactly Ilka the
churning af butter, fit it not apparent
then thvt if this stomach-churn is foul to
make*.foul all wkldh is put Into ItT
The evH of a fqwl stomach is not alone
th* hod taste la tboymouth sad tbe feu)
breath reused By it, 0*4 tbe corruption ef
the pure curront-of blood and the dissem
ination ef disease throughout the body.
Dr. Pierre's Gordon Medical Discovery
make* the soar ami feul stomach tweet.
It doe* for th* •tomach.whet tire washing
and sen bath da for thschuro-^beolntely
“E. C. DeWItt * Oo.. Chicago, IH.
—Gentlemen:—In 1997 I had a dis
ease of th* stomach and howals. Ia
th* spring at 1909 I bought a bottle
of Kodol and th* benefit I received
all the gold In Georgia aonld not
bay. Tours ran truly, C. N. Cor
nell. Rodlng, Go., Aug. 29, 196f. r
Bold by Montgomery A MacIntyre,
Every woman desires a good oom-
plexion, bnt oft-4tm« either rains
the oo* aha baa -r falls to gain ana
by tbe point anil powder method she
employs. A good enniplsxtea to from
withlo and can’t be pointed or now-
dared on. Two things ara neesaaery
hi order t* be th# poasceaor of % good
tomplexlon, a healthy action of tin
liver and good rich blood. Rydale’s
liver Tablets taken oacaatoaslly aad
DeWltt's Carbotlssd Witch Basel
Salve. It le especially good for
piles. Held by Montgomery A Mao-
Tax Receiver* Notice.
I will be at tbe following places
on dates named:
Boston April 9Ttb
Station ...April Itfb
Glasgow -April 19th
Metcalfe April 90th
Thomasriito.. . .May let and Ind
I will be in nromaarlU* at Court
Houbs the Href week at Superior
Court in April.
Third and Last Bound.
Merrillville May 4 th.
EllabeUe May 6th.
Ochlochnee May 6th
Meigs May 7th.
Cooildge May 8th
Pave May 9th
Patten, Ways May 11th.
Barwlck May 12th.
Besten May 13 k 14th.
Glasgow .May 16th.
Metcalfe May 16th.
I will be at Fife court bouse in
Thomasville Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday from the 20th
of Mny up to the 20th of June, whqn
my books will close.
O. W. HOWARD. T. R. T. 0,
A Benntifal Woman.
Ifor surroundings shonld be tn
harmony add con beet be mad* so by
a well kept borne. Tbe L. k M.
Pure Paint makes the borne beauti
ful. It preserves it and prevents de
cay. The coat per gallon ready for
nee le only 31.30. Thirty-three year*
is continnons nee ts evidence. John
G. Burney, Boston, and Bracey’s
Pharmacy, Thomasriito, Ga,
itioaef disease throughout
Pierce's Golden MUIcal
ike* the soar ami feul stom
a for tbs chi
removes every tainting or
meat. In thJti w»y„lt sere* blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
cores, at open estkig ulocn and-all
harness cr diseases e siting fro
If you tore* bttjer, iJettr, 1
year movtk, seated tongue,
ere weft and epeilr tired, to
and dsspeadent, hevelroqucS
dftzy attack*, gnafftog erjUst
och. constipated orJrtegflar
or Bitter'rising* etter ea'tto
dan a mere boy himself, wo* mere| was Qoartarman. They have heard| Hattest*tfr
so os this eeeaotoa and added much aottilip from the passe and ft ia mil^hbasTaral '
to the fun. Wo conducted the foot thought tht the- chose baa been (ban
race gome, whWo erea the glrle *»- dimed.
i Pmionnl*- ^
Mr. J. W. COehraa of Ttfamaayllto
was here derlng the post week lor a
tier on a serial ririt,
known to amdtaO
f the above axrap
this U a two!
A Card of Thanks.
Mr. H. C. Qiiarterman aad tauffr
wlih to thank (Mr
Weils Slnfpaon and Bitob* Carter fo» tbs kindness they are showing ^th.^Voroy
went a courting ts Pta* Park Sunday, towatib them In thrir time of seed.
Mias Bara Bemnatt spent Saturday i .— -
ia The**Seville an a Mapping to*r. , —_ « ■ y» - . »
(took of Thomasriito! ItOflOl F?fBKggBSgOn.
Bandar *04 went •atls.lritatioarithe’ sat p>cests whiTvoaca
Rydale's Tool* tad plenty of trash
air and out of doot* ezsreiso will
oaat all tbs paint and powder 1m tire
world. Try It Just onaa ant as*.
Bald by afil drug store*.
Beautiful Ha4r Maks* the
Any woman can have beautiful
and luxuriant hair by using Parisian
Bags, tbe great French Hair Tonic
and Dandruff Cure.
Parisian Sage to tbe favorite hair
tonic oi the French poet)]* and itne*
its Intoodnqtton into America, It has
met with wonderful sucocss.
If you wont beau tit hi, lustrous
hair that vrtl be the envy of yoae
friends, go to the (rug alba* of Mont
gomery k MacIntyre and gel a bottle
af Parisian Some today and nee It for
R art the end of a week yon are not
satisfied tkst PariUen Sag* ts the
most delightful and refreshing hair
“My wife and
omel cured me of
catarrh that ever existed,
cough constantly at
dropping In the threat, which
mo awake a great deal. I
thick phlegm, and was In a
condition. However, I am
cured solely through th* use of
Dr. Philip Z. Hart, Laconia, N. H."
Reader, this one of the thousands
of testimonials praising the marve
lous curative power of H
yen are a sufferer why ■
Montgomery A MacIntyre
It, sad will refund yonr
falls to cure. Hyonssi to not
acb nostrum; it is dryAontiaepUc
medicated ajr, and all you
do to cure any disease of fl
throat or lungs, Is to
through the Hyomel
omel outfit, Including a scientific In
haler, only costs 91.00. Get one to
day. Subsequent treatment le only
50 canto a bottle. Gat one now.
Montgomery A MacIntyre take ail
the risk and they guarantee It.
I WAR DECLARED. >
Wko Will Enlist in Tbls Popular
War bos been declared by ear
They are going ts fight
troubles with Ml-o-na
feel so euro of snccasa
guarantee to rafimd the price of
50-*ent hoc that
refaction and do all
MNo-na is an absolute strengthen*'
er and cure for the stomach nnd di
If you suffer with headache, i
ness, palpatatton, bad tost* in tht
mouth, nervousness, sooted tongw,
dtotreee after eating, try Ml-o-na.
It will apt bo long before all the**
symptoms have disappeared and yqn
are strong anfl well.
Montgomery a MacIntyre sell Ml-
o-ea safer an absolute guarantee to
refund the money unites it on res, |
Keqato* Open Baas*.
Everybody to welcome when w#
feel good; end we feet that way on
ly when onr digestive organs are
working properly. Dr. Klnfs New
Ilf* Pills regelate the action of Che
Btorngeh, lives and bowels so per
fectly (no can't help foaling good
when be ness these pills, l« cents
at nil drag stores.
“Consumptiqn bad me In It* ffrnfp,
and I had almost reached the lump
ing off niaoe whjn I was ad rise* to
try Dr. King's Ifew Discovery: and
I want to say right now. it saved my
Ilfo. Imprevcmr t beptn with th*
first bottio end after taking one doz
en bottles I wns a well and happy
ran* i*rn!n.” says George Moore, of
Grlmcslanil, N. C. As a remedy for
^^■eonghs and colds and healer of weak
‘onto yon aver used take K back and - end sore king* and tor preventing
get yeifr money.
‘‘Alter using one bottle of Parisian
Sage, I now have a bettor growth of-
hspr and I found your hair restorer
pleasant to use. AfiSr th* first ap-
pReedloi. tbe dandruff disappeared
and my hair stopped falling out.land
to ha* been restored to Ue netmrfl
color. I new recommend your Par-
totaa Sage to al’ my lady frtaadg—
Lottie Real. Ill ML Hope Are.,
Rochester. N. T.
Parisian Saws is goariotoefi te
sore dandruff, aod stop tailing hale.
Faridas Sage easts only ■» cent*
a battle at Montgomery A Marin-
tyra’s or by nail, charges peer old
ten Oireeac MIg. Oa., Buffalo, N. T.
"Whan attacked hr a oeupti nr s
«ld sr wtrea your, threat la ear*. It
to sriUt foolishness to lake any ether
tesitoria* than Dr. King's New IN*,
y." sow <2. 0. EidrlVae. of Ed
ge. ®1 bay* need Now Btocov-
ory seres veaca and I know 19 4a th*
Baal remedy Sto earth tor eonchs anfi
sedge, orouft nnd oB threat aod lung
My children are snbftri
to eroao. bat Mew Dtese;rerv quickly
cure* every attaet.” Known the
world ever m tbs King of throat and
long remedies. Bold andar guaran
tee at dll drnggtefa. IDs and fil.04
H Decac tics Enateeae.
Mr. E. H. Obambtrlria. at Otlsfoa.
Maine, says of BacMea's Arsis*
Gate*: “It fioes th* barinass: I bare
need ft ley pita* aad it cured them.
Deed it tor chappoH lands anfi it
■n. Applied ft to as old
oars end It Boated U without leaving
a scar behind/' 25 seats at ail drag
pnetmtoila Now Disco-very to
pram*. 60 and 11.60 per bottle fit
ail druggists. Trial bo til* frag,
8offering aad Dofiaro Saved.
' B. Lopar, or Manila. M. T.
says; "I am n carpenter and have
had many severe cute healed by
Backlog's A rales Salve, ft He* lav
ed m* enffertng aid dellon. It to
by for to* best healing mire f bsk*
oyer found.” Heals buns. dor**, ul
cere, tor* sores, ocmaa aad fUec.
90 seat* a* nil drag stone.
fifgL D. Charles. *t Humor,
Main*, spaokiag of Blaetrle Bitten,
says: ‘‘It te a tirijtebattaod favorite
here with es." It deserve* te be g
farerlte everywhere. A gtean quick
rllef la dyspepsia Uvar complaint; kid
sag Arrange meet. maWnarlUon. nor-
voasacM. weakaan aad general de
bility. Its tattorn on th* float, as a
thorough purifier mstoea it aspaelaily
asafnl aa a spring medicine. This
(tread alterative fpiS* ts told un-
Ate ru area tee at all drnggkts. 50c
T*an to nothing better tb A Ko-
dal to* dyspepsia, todlgqetlon. sour
■tomafh, belching of su and xrrvnus
headache.' It dlgeoto what you eat.
W4 by Montgomery A MacIntyre.
DaWItt's Kidney and Bladder
Pllla are prompt anil thorough aad
will In a short time eteenetben wenk-
reed kidneys and allara trouble aris
ing from taflunmatton of the Mad
day. Bold hr Montgomery A Mac
BEE S tAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
RELIEVES COUGH A AND COLO*
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