Tiis Oiiijsis Land & liiiprovsnisiiL Go.,
LOCATION OF GUYSIE.
Guysie is in Appling county, Ga., on the main trunk line of
the Atlantic & Birmingham railroad. 77 miles west of Bruns
wick, and about 30 miles north-east of Waycross. The town
already has a population of 300, with Methodist and Baptist
churches, a twelve room Hotel, good School building, two small
Saw-mills, large Plaining miils, Blacksmith and Wood shop, and
will soon have big Ginerv and Gyist mill, Canning Factory.
Syrup plant and other industries.
Surrounding the town for ma r. v -vile* are farm lands among
the finest to bjrtound in the State. Every Southern Product
can be grow itf boo these lands in abundance except wheat and
apples. Witmn a mile of the town a bale of long cotton per
acre is being raved, 35 to 40 bushels of corn per acre is easilv
m sde, 30 to 60 bushels of oits. 200 to 4 00 bushels of sweet
p rtatoes, too lo 150 of Irish potatoes, 400 to 600 gallons of
G rorgia cane syrup, the fine-t in the world and fit for a Queen’s
table, on one acre. Some of the finest peach lands
are to WBffoond liere, and as for Grapes, Melons, Cantaloupes,
and all or Truck and Garden Vegetables, a finer sec
tion in life whole South cannot be found.
The Guysie Land and Improvement Company is offering for
sale about 200 small Farmimg Tracts of lai*i, surrounding the
town and lying just outside the incorporated limits. These
range in size from sto 50 acres. We offer these lands-so 1 » >
and on such easy terms that no poor farmer need go without a
home until they are all sold. We have our hearts set on build
ing up one of the prettiest and most prosperous farm commni
ties in the .South,
We are selling the farms rapidly. We have not missed a
single sale so far, as every man has bought who has come look
ing tor a farm. Every member of the company was born and
reared on a Georgia farm. We know the farmer’s wants if we
know anything. We are putting out thousands of dollars in
Guysie and community, and are building nice homes to settle
ourselves here for 1 fe, and will
sistance possible to aid those-wishirfg to fbcate with us.
OUR WORK FOR THE TOWN.
If money, industrial,' enterprises and hard work mean any
thing, then we arching to have one of the most hustling
young cities in Geofgia.
O! the fine line-of jnillinery at
Mrs. Turrentine’s is a treat to see.
legal advertisements to-day
show some valuable property for
sale at fpickow. j .
Come one apd all, to see the fine
display of pattern Hats at Mrs.
’ lentintfV. ■->- -- w
■Etgsh Bread, Cakes and P : es,
vefwday. at * +*
Mr. E. L. Capapbell on Gaskin
avenue, has been ill With fever,
‘ this we6k.y%*
Fresh Bread, Cakes -and Pies,
every day. tt,
, s ! *’ Ge,ov:kr’s Baker Shop.
Miss Ethel McCorm'ck returned
home from a visit to relatives aP
Ocilla, this week. «*
Fresh Bread, Cakes and Pies,
every d>j. r , at
■ Glover’s Baker Shop.
Little Bverlyn. infant daughter
of Mr, tfhcf Mrs. Slielton, bSs .been
quite ill with fever, this week.
Pilsberry Flour, the 'best, used
by all Baker’s, the fit. ust on iff*
the market, at Glover’s Baker
Mr. John Smith, of Shepherd,
passed through town on route to
Atlanta, to enter the Medical col
lege, last Tuesday.
Tie timber on 900 to 1,000 acres
’and near A & B R. R.
Address J. W. Rodwell,
Fitzgerald, Ga. j
Mr. W. A. Sibbett went to.’
Blakely to visit his sister, Airs.
»Srpp. before entering the Aledicul
college :it Atlanta, last Friday.
Dr. W. F. Sibbett made a busi
ness trip to Atlanta this week.
Canary birds guaranteed singers.
11. G. Moore.
Mrs. Brice, of. Sparks, is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Tannei
\V hat you fail to find at the spe
cial Sales places please remember
can be hid here, as well as the
same .line I hey carry.
Douglas Supply Co.
Mr. Geo. M. Kemptoa, of this
office, has gotten up an extra edition
(addition) to his family this week.
Yes, its another girl. Sings alto.
Those £ - ho owe me must prepare
to pity at otjpe. I "have been unable
f 6 do any Work chin-year, and must
collect, to meet the Remands made
, Yours Truly.
. W. C-.Brvax, M. D.
Mrs. Turrentine has the ideal
stock of miliinere of the city.
Come and be convinced.
k The Difference in Iron.
That is in range tops. It’s
either a case of cast or mallea
ble iron. Cast iron has a cer
tain per centage of carbon in
it, which makes it brittle and
liable to break. Malleable is
cast iron which has been sub
jected fo intense heat for a
number of days until the car
bon is entirely drawn o.ut.
‘Malleable iron will never
crack, warp or break and
makes the only success! upcast
ing where strength is iron.
The AJujcstic Range top is made
of malleable iron and the body of
chu coal iron.
WATT HSRLEV-HOLKES 88-
Fishery Near Kirkland.
r fhere will be a fishery at the
Kirkland Mil! Pond near Kirkland-,
on the 35th, and 26th, of Oc
tober. Tickets for one and half
days admission one dollar.
Time for entering pond 11 A. M.
J. J. & S. T. Kirkland.
1 have tie latest improved up
!and and Sea Island Cotton gins.
Ugliest prices paid for both staples.
W. R. Jo VVEIiS,
Builders Supplies and Hard
ware of all kinds at E. P. Fillin
OUR PLAN FOR THE TOWN.
The site for the m-w town is lovely. It is on a broad and
gently rolling ridge, drained on both East and West sides by
beautiful streams. Bro;w.j street running east And we-t .is being
graded now. and will be 70 feet wide and one mile long. Oth
er streets 60 feet wide and running directly North and South,
will cross Broad street. Still others will cross those* from East,
to West which will lay off Hie town in blocks of perfect squares.
2-. h u own lots ace Contained in 1! is paw of the town. The new
A <V B depot will .be the center.
Y\ c aro selling 1000 ot Hiese lobs on the drawing plan. One
buys a lot and draws for the location. Absolutely perfect titles
will be given as soon as the drawing takes place, which must
not be later than April i-t, 1906 Eight hundred dwelling and
300 business lots are in this sale. Thev are selling so rapidlv
we arc sure the drawing will take place much earlier than first
LOTS AND PRICES.
Dwelling lots. 50 by 140 are offered for SIO.OO.
Business lots, 35 by 14.0 are offered lor $20.00.
The terms are cash with application.
Guysie has three stores which are doing good business. E.
F. Averett U Co., carry one of tin? largest stocks of general
merehandLo of anv firm in .Son' beam Georgia.
They so' j .boon; $ .50,000.00 worth for ca-ih last year, and will
go more this \ear.
Some of the most successful firmers to b.- found in Georgia'
are around Guysie. One farmer in two miles of t*\vn sold last
year over $500.00 worth of pork. This is one of the finest sec
tions for hogs and cattle.
CLIfIATE AND HEALTH.
Our winters are mild, we have beautiful frosts but no blizzards.
In summer the lovely sen breeze tempers the heat so that sun- *
strokes do not occur ; n this, as they do in other sections.
This section will compare favorable with any --other in the
United States ns to health. This town has been settled for four
years. Three hundred people and more have been living here
during the whole time, and not a single death from fever.
We are anxions for the home seekers to look at our farming
lands, and those wanting lots in the town may send money for
same direct. We guarantee you a lot worth all you pay for It.
As to who we are and our reliability we refer you to anv offi
cial, or any one else, in Appling county.
Address all communications to.
GUYSIE LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO.,
Quite a crowd assembled at Phil
adelphia Sunday but were disap
pointed as Bro. Hearn didn’t come.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gray, of
Red Bluff, were among those at
Mr. Grover McEachin and Miss
Edna Horton were out riding Sun
The Baptising at the Gully Sa
turday was a failure.
j Mr. Butord was the guest of Mr.
L G. Horton Saturday afternoon.
, r Mr. Clayton Swain, of Pine
HUrove, was a visitor it. this com
munity Sund ,/.
Mesdames J. G. and J. R. Hor
ton were in HaMehurst Saturday
Mr. Tom Lewis and daughter
and Joe Banks passed through this
Mr. Toby Crosby wa» looking
real sad Sunday afternoon. Ask
Liiy why he looked so sad.
Rev. Harden, of Douglas, dined
at Mr. J. G. Horton’s ’Thursday.
Mr. J. A. Walker passed
through this vicinity Saturday.
Messers Lewis Wolfe and Ran
dolph Gordon-, of Toombs countvl
were in this section Tuesday.
Dr. Hull was called to the -bed
side of Air, D. W. Dyal who is hav
ing the chill and fever.
Air. VV ill Buford visited home
folks Saturday and Sunday.
We missed the Breeze last week,
it muft have been to windy for the
Breeze to be stirriug.
Well Uncle Jim, I have stayed
primpted up for two weeks iootcing
tor that old widower and he hasn’t
come yet. See if you can find out
the trouble oleuse.
Juaior Epworth League-
The Junior Epworih League
met last Monday afternoon at 4
o’clock, Oct. 2nd, 1905.
We elected two new officers,
Irene McDonald corresponding
secretary, Ralph Griffin, bell
ringer. We had a large attend
ance but we want more to join.
All the children in town are cor
dially invited to join the League,
it not join come visit us we would
be glad to have you.
We like a large crowd and we
Remember that we carry every
thing that is carried in anv up-to
date general merchandise store.
We buy the best of everything.
We buy no samples or seconds,
consequently we do not accumulate
hard stock that requires special sale.
We sell 10 every body just alike,
and all get the same treatment.
We therefore solicit your trade.
Douglas Supply Co.
general debility, covr minflH- •
of the stomach are all
Kodo! cures indigestion. This new discov
ery represents the natural juices of diges
tion as they exist in a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonic
and reconstructive properties. Kodo! Dys
pepsia Cure doos not pnly cure indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
cures all stomach troubles by cleansing,
purifying, sweeter,ing and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
„ Mr. S. S. Ball, cf Ravenswood, W. Va., says:—
t was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years,
Kodo! cured me and we are now using it in milk
for baby.” , *
Kcdo! Digests What You Eat.
Bottles only. $! .00 Size holding 2 14 times the trial
size, which sells for 50 cents.
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combined, and over two thousand
subscribers, to say nothing, of par
ties who are not subscribers, read
this paper. The expense of pub
lishing is greater and to meet this
expense, the prices on advertising,
both for display or local columns
are raised just a little higher than
was formerly charged by one of
the local papers, hut not double.
For instance in the Breeze local
ines were 5c., now they are 8c
each insertion. Display advertise
ments were given almost below
co*t, at 6 and <Se., per inch—
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b“ charged. Special positions will
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This i-, not as much as other pa
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—the regular rate for papers with
1500 subscribers being 15c per inch.
This explanation is made simply
to show our patrons that the
charges made since October Ist are
perfectly justifiable, and not ex
Athens Banner: Where is that
South Georgia candidate for the
governorship ? *
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GEORGIA, Coffee Coiinij— Daniel Lott,
administrator upon the estate of Eliza
l.ott lute o* said county, deceased, anpues
to me for leave to sell the real estat-- be
longing to sunt os'.-tte: These are therefor
to cite all persons concerned to show cause
i! ilmy tan way hu»u application should
not be grained at tin-next. i >rm of this
v Mirl i,l> 1 "' ld ~n die first Monday in
i,over?her next. Thi ''etober 2nd,
i > . W ahu, Ordiaar-’.
Lt-.o.UCIA. Coffee County— Daniel Lott
■ K.io'm.s r.itor upon the estate of Vchur
j•* 1 ’ aU ‘ 01 wud county, deceased, ap
plies to me fa- lease to sell the nal
■scue belonging to said estate:
‘ ,U; T :irt ! hereforu to n dify ail concerned
"T v V, 1 : '■ J cau » v.hy said h-t
--1* is-mould tmt he granted at ne.v term
ol tins court, to be held on the lira. M.ir
j ,u November next. This October i.h
'A- I*. Waud, Ordinary,
v'k’rNTV ( ’ ofiee *-ouuty— Quince*/ ,fc
V -‘ 1 Attorne*., aupjie* j r | : .,;.era
' '‘"-‘"Olrat:. n upon the os',ate of S II
•orem'. T- <i^ east!d - Gu-se are there
■ ■- .0 --.any alt concerned to show cuu.-e,
J- Jlu van ; .vhy said Leers .houid not
be h 1,1 on. e ' 'IT" 1 of "‘is court, to
I 1 -° '* 7' Monday in November
next, tins October 2nd, 1 0b
w. p. waud,
GEi'KGIA. Coffee County—P |>. Ilarn. r
applies ior letters of guardianship of 'ho
person; and prop, rty of .lames J’. ulk, end
Eumer laul\ minor heir, of E. M. [-...dU
d< reasul. 1 liese a- e, therefore, to cite all
persons conecrned, to show cause if thev
ran, why said letters .should no: p,-
at the next term of court to be he <1 on the
Mm v.ondiiy 111 November next. 'J his tie
OLOIKiIA, < offco Oonntv—])r I) II
Meel<s applies for tetters of guardian hip
V t,)e property of Willie V Lott, Marv
Lou. anclNancy Lott, ninor heirs ot ]),.ni.’-l
W . 'ott deceased. These are, thereb-ae.
t<> cite all persons concerned to show cause
d they can v.hy said letters should not he
granted at the next term of court to be
held on the first Monday in November
1 Ins October 2nd, 1S)o5
W. 1* Ward, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Coffee County—J. A. Carter
administrator of the estate of Tabitha
Carter, deceased, has applied for letters of
dismission of the administration of said
estate. These are, therefore, to cite all
Persons concerned to show cause if they
can why said application should not be
granted at tiie next terJh of this court to
be held on the first Monday in November
next. This October 2nd, tffoo.
W. P. Ward,
GEORGIA. Coffee County— C. L. Lovett
applies for letters of administration on tho
estate of Jacob Harper, late of said countv
deceased. These are, therefore, to cite all
all persons concerned, to show cause if
they can, why said letters should not be
granted at the next term of this court to
no held on the first Monday in November
next. This October 2nd, 1905.
W. I’. Ward,
Administrator b Sale.
GEORGIA, Coffee County—Will be sold
Jefore the court house door of said comf%
•greeable to an order from the com ) of
Ordinary, of said county, between the legal
hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in No
vember next, the following prbperty to
Lot of land No. 299, in tne HthJdis-
W < -bb mi v, containing 1:0 acres,
■.'-ijHkor less Said iot of land to be sold as
.- Kindred Grifli ,
deceased, for the purpose ot' dicWi; ?i.
This October 2nd, 1905. . 1
R. F. Gftims,
GEORGIA. Coffee County — A -refeableto
an order from the court, of Ord nary, of
-aid county, will be sold before the court
h"us.e door, on the first Tuesday in No
vember next, between the usual honraof
-ale, the following property to avit:
hall acre in the citv of Douglas, described
as follows: Bounded on east by ' 'ucaisini
street, on west by lands i f Daniel <
Sr., Soil Hi by a Off foot stree', and mjrjVbV
lands of Z. W. Kirkland. Also, all of lot
No. 272, in thefflh, district of Coffee couhty,
except about twenty acres, more or less,
now fenced in and under cultivation, 00
the south side o said lot. Also, a'l of let
No. 215.), in the tjth, di-trlct fo <'oiHe county,
Iving on the east side of big branch, being
about 50 acres, more or less. Also a 1 out
six acres, under fence and in cultivation,
situated in the south east corner of Jot of
land No. 27 '. in thefith. district of Coffee
county. All of said lands to he sold as the
property ol estate of Joe l Gaskin, decease l,
ior the purpose of division and paying
debts, &c. This October 2nd, 190f>.
DanielG vskix, Sh,
Adin’r. cst. Joel Gaskin.
GEORGIA Coffee County—Will be-old
j before the court house door of said county
between the usual hours of sale, on the
u: st, ! uesd.-iv in November, next, to the
highest ynd best ladder for cash, the fol
u;\v:ng property to-wit: One lot 01 land
situated in the town of Nichols, Ga., con
tat,uiig two acres, more or le?s, and bound
ed as follows: On the North by the At
lantic <k Birmingham railroad, on liie
East by barker street, on 'lie South by
\V. B. IVston’s lands, and on the West iiy
ine established by 'original survey, made
by M irk Hall. This lot contains the
p enn-es known as the Park, r old place,
and the livery stables, lot and stalls, and
.ill of said bargained premises except the
hotel lot the same being eighty (So> feet
font, and running back one hundred ( K;c)
loot, which is not included in tin's -ale.
Also, house and lot known as the “White
place,” east of the “Wooten place," and
do. ih of the Atlantic A Birmingham rail
road, next to the branch running back of
W\ R. Teston’s land on South, .--aid lands
fo.be sold as the property of Arjninda Nu
gent. Agues Anderson, (’ora Phillips and
v lifton Parker heirs of C. S Parker and
Mrs.s. Parker, for the purpose of dives
ion. 'ihis October 2nd, 100.3.
Ales. J. t-t Parker,
luardian of Agnes Anderson ai d Clifton
We have just marked up our Fall
Stock of Dry Goods and Notions,
We carry a beautiful line of .Silks
tnd Dress Goods.
Douglas Supply Co.