only on! GEORGIA STATE FAIR
And It will be held this year In ATLANTA. OCT. 9-21, ~
The State Fair Will Deliver the
Goods As Promised
Don’t wait. Corn* and see the magnitAcent co un
ty. iudivldnal, one borne firm and educational
exhibits fran: Baft#*, Cobb, ttwlnnett, Polfc,
Urn**, Mon at on, Tnlts*. <U|f**»J*«»ir;
mmm PnnMtmc, Howto*, l*«r©«*, - I>*dg®, B»ll
ook’ Ca«4sn. Worth, Spalding, Mllto*, l«b* *
•adntknrn. „ , _ _ ...
There will not be another fair in Georgia this
year that will have three county exhlbita unless it
borrow* from the State Fair!
Read what the railroads are doing: The Son
board is sending an invitation to 25,000 western
homeseekers and capitalists* to come to the State
Fair in Atlanta. The counties and individuals
who have exhibits here will get the benefit.
Sonthem ia sending oat 100,000 advertiseme nta
of the State Fair. _ . _
The Centrnl will run a State Fair Special,
daily, from Macon to Atlanta to carry crowds.
Through coaches from Southwest Georgia. lo»
know the road would not do this for a mere local
“THE JOY OF LIVING.”
In greatly enhanced by the absence of future
adversity, by the fact that you ha / e
bank. Not more than you want, but enousb t
banish worry and insure comfort. This feeling is
obtained when your account is with the Citizens
Bank, of DouglfiS, Oa., or The Bank, of Nichols, (ia.
capital StOGK, $105,000.00 tomnnnnn
Liability to Depositors, $210,000.00.
BHTA.«ER. K. U
' ' PrM " A S .U.an t N S^F L b T i l ONE S , , A SS U,a„. Cashier.
W. W. MCDONALD, B. H. TANNER. W - C. BRYANSK, r g KIRKLAND.
K T- SWEAT, W. F. SIBBE I f, E. L.
V- We eafnistlv solicit the accounts of hAHintiKp,
MERCHANTS, LADIES, and in fact everybody who
Wishes to dep3si|^roney.
WE ARE NOW READY
TO QUOTE PRICES /!nD SUBMIT SAMPLES OF
FOR Irtfcs, WOMEN AND (CHILDREN.
We carry everything ready to wear and ail orders
will receive prompt and careful attention.
1. We send goods by expressly C). D. subject to
examination before accepting. j
2. We send two or three styles ot garments for
}. We allow 10 per cent discount for cash, except
on conti act goods.
B. H. Levy, Bro. & Co.,
The Big Store. Savannah, Ga.,
Mallary Bros. Machinery Co.
ENGINES, 0 I k BOILERS,
Machinery, ; U-\ Machinery,
Hills. ’ Kills.
COMPLETE OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
We Will K:Jie ii to Yoer ZnSa?a:.i to Figaro With Us.
IMTII *> W7 $$ «?»-*>«> <rlbi iPi
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Don't Let Anybody Fool You
Ceme to Atlanta and see the Agricultural and
Mineral Disp lays from twenty counties, Two
or three of them may go elsewhere after the
State Fair, but Atlanta Is the only place to
see them all complete, new v and fresh, bright
and crisp, gleaming and Dazzling, the moat
extensive, comprehensive and educationa 1
object Georgia’s recources ever had.
D. M, HUGHES
President Georgia State Agricultural Bocioty.
For information write to
Secretary and General Manager State Fair, Atlanta, Ga.
At Watt-Harley Holmes Co.
We have the best Assorted Stock of Shelf and
Builders Hardwa r in this county.
Sash, Doors and Blinds. Get our prices before
you buy. Phillip & Butlorff Ranges and Stoves,
every one of them are guaranteed to be a perfect
Baker. Tin-ware, Crockery, Glass-ware.
Ordoloss and Colonial Refrigerators the only
kind to buy. Hammocks, water coolers, Ice cream
freezers, &c. Come and look at onr line. No
trouble to show you our goods. Yours to Serve,
J. D. FORBES, Manager.
Douglas, - Georgia.
Application fer A Bank Charter.
TO THE HON. PHILIP ('OOK, \
Secretary of State, Atlanta, Ga: ( We
.1. W. Leath, A G utt, T M Cheatham,
W II Frier, E L Bledsoe and 15 M Poer a»l i
of Broxton, Ga., applicants as incOrpora-’
tors under An Act of the General Assent-,
bly of Georgia, approved December ‘2oth, j
189:5, entitled, “An Act to carry into etfect
paragraph eighteen of Sec Con ,se\en of
Article three of the Constitution of 1877,
as amended, in relation to chartering of
hanks, tc provide for the incorporation of
banking companies by the Secretary of
State, and for other purposes,” make this
our declaration, praying that we he incor
porated as a bodv corporate and politic
tor the purpose of doing a general bank
ing business, with all the rights, powers,
privileges and restrictions of said Act,
under and by the name and style of * ‘Peo
ples Bank,” Rroxton, Ga., and that the
principal office of said company shall be
located in the City of Broxton, County of
Coffee and State of Georgia with a capital
of Twentv-iive Thousand Dollars (s2ti;oo.)
divided into shares of One hundred Dollars
($100.), each, and that the aujn of Fifteen
Thousand Dollars ($15,000) of the capital
subscribed has actually been paid by the
subscribers and that the same is in fact
held, and is to be u.ed solely for the busi
ness and purposes of the corporation.
The fee of Fifty ($o0.n0) Dollars is here
with enclosed as fee for charter or certifi
cate of incorporation as required by said
BROXTON, Cffee County Georgia
21 day of September 1905.
J W Leath, AGGarbutt, T M Cheatham,
W K Frier, E L Bledsoe, B M Poer.
STATE OF GEORGIA,
County of Codec
Before me personally appeared
.1 W Leath, A G Garbutt, T M Cheatham,
W II Frier E L Bledsoe and B M Poer the
incorporators of Peoples Bank located in
tiie city of Broxton county of Cotfe, and
State of Georgia, who on oath deposeth
and saith that Fifteen Thousand Doll rs
($15,00 •.DO) of the capital subscribed has
een actually paid by the subscribers,
nnd that the same is in fact held, and is to
he used solely for the business and purpo
-es of the corporation.
1 W Leath, A G Garbutt, T M Cheatham,
E L Bledsoe, W R Frier, B M Poer.
Swo-n to and subscribed before me this
21 -I -v i f September 1905.
W P WARD. Ordinary, ColTcc County
STATE OF GEORGIA.
( ►dice of Secretary of State.
I Philip Cook, .secretary of State o' ihe
State of Georgia, do hereby certify. T hat
the attached three pages of printed Cud
written matter contain a true and correct
cop vof the application of Peoples I tank,
Broxton Go >rgi i, fr a Charter. f ho origi
ns o. >. uir.i U -
Glance Over these Feature Days.
GEORGIA DERBY—Monday. Oct. 9. Lire Stock
show Tuesday, Oct. 10.
FARMERS’ UNION CONVENTION —Oat. 11.
FARMERS’ UNION DAY —Thursday, Oct. 12.
ALL—DAY BlNGlNG—Grandest in the wsrld - *)
counties entered - 4,000 voices. Prof. A. J,
Sbowalter, director, Friday, Oct. 11.
BTATE BABY 3HOW-Batnrday,Oct. 14.
POU LTRY SHOW-Oct. 17.
NEW COUNTY DAY—Wednesday, Oct. 18.
KING COTTON DAY—Thursday, Oct. 19.
SOUTHERN BOTTLERS AND CARBONATORS
GEORGIA TAX OFFICERS’ DAY-Oct. 19.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DAY—Friday, Oct.
20. The president will speak in front of the
grand stand at 1 o’clock on the above date.
Plenty of amusements and attractions—Races
every day—Low rates on all railroads.
People’s : Pharmacy.
JNO. H. HALL, manager.
D oujrlas, m m m (Jcoryiai
A full line of Fresh Drugs, Druggists
Sundries, Garden Seeds, Stationery, Inks,
Pencils, Pipes, Tobacco and Segura.
Prescriptions A Specialty
and put up of Purest, Freshest Drugs.
A Full and Complete Line cf Patent Medicines.
„ iSoda Water, CocaCcla, Etc.
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto
se my hand and affixe ( the Seal of my
Office, at the < apitol, in the city of Atlan
ta, this 26th day of September in the year
of our Lord One T housand Nine Hundred
and Five and of the Independence of the
United States of America the One Hun
dred and Thirtieth.
Secretary of State.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is certainly
wonderful remedy for Indigestion, l)ys
popsi a and week stomachs. They say it
neve r fails to cure anil that it strengthnes
the digestive organs and makes the stom
ach arid breath as swe*u as a rose. Sold
by the Peoples Pharmacy.
Fv-rvthing I<s in the nam ■ when i* conics
»«• Witch Hazel Salve. EC DeWitt ACo
of l h '-ago discovered some years n<-o how
to make i salve from Witch Hazel Ttou
• is a soecifti* for Piles, for h ind. 1. ••.••ding,
Bfiutg and pro! rud iug Pil'-n wz.envi. r-itts
1 burns, bruises and ail kin d'seas < l)c\\ iti
l salve lias no equa'. Thi- lias g \eu rise
to numerous worthless counter! p s.
, ; “ '•'• T ..Id . iL:
[ I’eopic s Pharmacy.
A HUGE FILE OF SAWDUST.
At Cheboygan, Mich., is the lar
gest sawdust pile in the world, and
strangers often walk out to gaze
with astonishement at its propor
tions. It is a veritable hill, 1,080
feet long, 875 feet wide, .°>,(>”s feel
in circumference, ranges from Y 0 to
50 feet in height and covers Pi
acres of ground. It is the accumula
tion of one lumber company since
1817. Early in its history the com
pany tried to burn the pile, but the
outside only would huru, the flames
r fusing to penetrate the closely
]• i! inP-rior. Since then chem
ical u s have visi ;i for sawdust, and
the huge pile increases.war by year,
pending conversion into charcoal,
cm; 1, alcohol or oxalic acid. Dig
ging into its ilityfior Y.nc finds the
t . the dry it ~s
there. •, 4