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MOSELEY MERCANTILE Co
J'ne Houston Baptist Association
■will convene with the church in
Vienna on We. in outlay. Oct. 19, the
same day the slate fair opens. The
members of this Church are prepar
in'.' 10 take Ctrl' ol the .Ve'eiriites in'
’Entered ad Mvcoml class mail matter.
nWrEllBEB 22 1904.
The 'State fair is nor i month oil.
Karl Joyjf' :s now clerking for
Bi V ant ’Bros for the season. -
Sec .1. I 1 ’. Waters about hutting
0111 oer T. R. Smith made a trip
to Warwick Tuesday.
,T. P. Heard was looking after his
Macon interest Saturday.
Mrs. S. P. Odom and daughter,
Miss Annie, were here Tuesday.
Mrs. A. O. Westbrook* Co. will
Open a millinery storo in the Mc
Donald blc ok.
Miss OlllO Smith spent the first
of tho weuk in Cordele with her
aunt, Mrs. T. Pi Businas.
Lynchers in Georgia tiro buoom.
iug reckless’since the private hang
ing act has been in practice.
Write Stanleys Business College,
Macon, Ga., at once for illustrated
catalogue and speoial ratns. ^
J. A. Walden is adding another
room to Ins house, and A. P, Free
man has the contract.
Miss Ruby AVatera has returned
to Cox Collogo and Miss Martha
Outlaw has returned to Law Pat k
Miss Ada Powvll returned a few
days ago from Atlanta, where she
bus bueli studying tho millinery
The now brick warehouse for I. S.
Lassecer is going up as fast as tho
laborers can build it. It will be
'The.industrious younar man with
•out bad habits stands a anighty good
show of making a reasonable suc
cess of life.
Miss Zofa Carnes has returned
from Atlanta with a handsome line
•of millinery goods for Moseley Mer
Wagons are in town every Mon
day morning before day for cotton
pickers, .r,nd they carry all sixes and
colors that can pickmottou.
Air. 8. F. Sum mors and children
are spending some time in Coweta
county; while Mrs. .Summers is vis
iting Mrs. Amerson in Tliotnasville.
The Atlantic liners will now give
one hoard and lodging for 17 a
week .and take one across tho ocean
besides. What’s the use staying at
Let us never forget that an act of
goodness is of itself an act of hap
piness. No reward coining alter
the event can compare with tho
.sweet reward that went with it.
Kontx Smith said the house was
so crowded .at Pleasant Valiev Sun
day that you could not get a postage
stamp iu thero. Probably he was
night. None were for wale in there.
Owing to tho scarcity of
the Progress oilioe is only partly
moved. Tho type is set to .
building and tho presses are in an
other, and the paper this week has
only four pages.
The state fair management has
sent us a paper of needles for sew
ing and dartiim;.
i. o ■ Lili-,
§000 or twelve months,
pealed for a new trial, and
petted soon to be out under 1
The Houston [’
., , e ,v,„ | oust that breeds early death as sure.
Lee Bryant, considered oneofthe ^ Thflf. receive §4.50
D v.rries. negroes in Vienna, picked | ‘J b
20o:i pounds of cotton last weekl awcek ’
between Monday morning and Sat- A very simple way to tell wheth-
ur.tay dinner, and was paid §10.56 or your room is properly ventilated
f or ; t is to place a trade-neck bottle of wa-
,Several thicknesses of newspa-1 ter into which put an ounce of lime
pers laid between the bed springs | water sorm when' in the room, let-
awl mattresses are equal in warmth |ting it remain tiu-re unc veic
to another mattress. Laid between, nit-t’Lt, If in IhC■}corning e l .
tho blanket and quilt they equal an j water ir- mdi e v^utiaiou
extra blanket. j vev y Bad it
Thero is nothing so divim ns aj t<!t
woman’s glanco, nothing so carc-s-1 t J >0 ,v>t
IE the liin? W»-
oii your covering
itfi your hand and
, -I, the ventilation
is u\i w ,'j good. If the
lime win* 'unuijns clear the air of
Jhftt. mom is pure.
ing as a woman’s hand, nothing su
sweet as a, iCoamn's heart, With
such gifts why sbd’llil (?bc w.sh to
be otherwise than lovely?
Photographs can t)0 nicely cloak--j r j’] K development of the railroad
ed with a soft eiotb moistened with j industries is shown in the fact that
hike-warm water to which a little; the Pennsylvania lias recently laid
ammonia has been added. Use very I down rails weighing 142 pOWmls per
lightly and immediately wipe the! yard, the heaviest steel, rails ever
picture with a soft dry cloth. j laid, the lorgest heretofore being
1\ A. Culpepper, near Cordele, j 125 pounds. A few years ago a 00
has four boys who picked a bale of - to 70-pound rail was regarded as
cotton in a day, tho exact weight of | quite heavy, but engines and oars
said cotton being 1503 pounds. 1 increased in size, thus requiring an
Jack 8mith says his neighbor Jake 1 increase in the size and strength ot
Smith has tour boys who can do the!rails.
The cotton cop is cut short about
one-fourth. AVhen tho August rains
began, there was never a better
prospoot for a largo crop. But it
stopped beating right then, and
practically all of tho cotton will be
open by the 1st of October.
R. E. Wright, of Colon, this
county, was here yesterday snailing
as sweetly as if he was thirty years
younger. We love to sec men re
main young a long time. Mr.
AVright has collected tho names of
Company C, 55 Georgia Regiment,
of which ho was a member. The
list has over 100 names, and it will
appear in this paper noxt week.
•Tns. T. Ensign, a well known
saw null man of Ocilla, formerly of
Worth, manager of tho Ensign-
Oscamp Lumber Co., waH killed,m-
strntly last Friday morning at
Ocilla by a flat car running over
him. He was walking down the
traak while a train was backing
a flat oar in behind Inin, which ran
ovea him, and lie died iu a few min
utes. His body was crushed and
cut to pieces by the wheels of the
Thero arc women in the flax mills
of Patterson, N. J., who work ten
hours a day in dirty water,
and breathe an atmosphere like
that of a Turkish bath. They re
ceive §5.70 a week. There are oth
er women in these same mills who
work ten hours a day, and at every
breath take into their lungs a fine
Postal officials say that, owing to
the great inorease in the appropria
tion for rural free delivery, all
thought of penny postage will have
to be postponed lor many years.
AVc have listed with us for sale
the following lots of land in Dooly
Lot No. 31, in second district.
Lots Nos. 44, 45 and 250, 8tli
Lots Nos. 10, 11, 12, 10, 17, 18,
20, 22, 24, 25, 27, 37, 38, 40, 80.
Lots Nos. 37, 93, 94, 120. 127.
130, 101, 170, 183, 184, 102, 225
251, 252, 278, 282, 340, 351, 352,
35 0, 358, 359, 300, 13th district.
Lots Nos. 152, 170, 181, 182,
183, 14th district.
We also have lor sale lands in
Irwin, AVorth and Berrien counties.
If you wish to purchase write or
callon us for terms.
J. N. COLLIER & CO.,
When in Montezuma,
Stop at the
H. N. GARENER, ± ropriotor.
RATE $1 DAY,
First class table. Rooms nicely
furnished. Porter at all trains,
your patronaged solicited.
Dr. R. M. CarlisV* L & B kills
tile germs ol'all disease^'byeuhuilii •
and drinking the same. Also take
a dose of Carlisle’s Liver
a week and eat anything yon
and crow fat ancl happy.
DR. .R. M. CARLISLE & CO.
470 Poplar St. Macon, Ga.
For sale by all druggists. •
“A- word !• the wise enough,
And many words won’t fill a bushel”
For full weight, Correct Grade and
highest prices carry your cotton to
Byrom s Fire Proof Warehouse, By-
JSMO 3. BYROWI, Prop.
| L. H. WEBB,
£ I carry in stock a full line of Harrows, Plain
| and Reversible Two-Horse Plows, Disc Plows,
! ♦ Seed Drills. I put in Ponelain Wood Pumps,
have the best Hay Press on the market, sell
McCormick Mowers and Rakes and carry a
full line of Coffins and Robes from the cheap-
| est Wood Coffin to the best Metalic Cases.
♦ When in town call to se6 me.
I L H WEBB.
Notice to Farmers
I am in the Cotton Warehouse
Business again this season at Cor
dele, one of the best markets in the
South. I solicit your patronage,
with perfect guarantee of satisfac*
ion. I also handle Buggies, Wa
gons, and Stock in season, and pay
highest cash prices for cotton seed.
T. P. BUSBEE.
AVM. A. OATH, Principal. AA T . G. GATE, Prin. Coni’l Dep’ t
Hbustfjn HsSi :®chooi,
ARAB!, msOJ -.if \
Bookkeeping, Shorthand,^ Typewriting, Arithmetic
Grammar, Spelling, Penmanship,
Commercial Law, Hanking,Rapid Calculation,
Letter Writing, Actual Business,
No entrance examination. Enter at any time.
For Terms, Etc., Address
~ Prin. Houston HighSchool, or
Prin, Commercial Dep’t.
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