THK GAZETTE: TDl'ON, GA., FRIDAY, .UNITARY 22, i&fo,
and we turn with pride to their
achievement. So it in over the whole
union. The weak, squash-headed
people who invent and apply ouch
epithets have never achieved any
thing—-no, nor they never will.
Of Me*l Baptist.Ruud «y>So1im>l AMoeUtion
ttt Convene With Brushy Creek Church
<Four MUch Ktwl of Spark*) Saturday,
9:00 a. m.—Invocation service by
II. I). O’Quin. ,
9:80 a. m.—-Address of welcome by
J. K. McCranie. Response by Elder
J. A. Cox.
10:00 a. “What is tbo wholo
dntv of tbo cburclr to tbo Sunday-
school?” by Elder W. F. Cox.
11:00 a. in.—“Is the Sundny-sobool
a religious or a mornl institution?"
by .Elder W. Fipkin.
mu Tins THOUGHTS
muary 16.—I send hod
lur comer, the river is too
We press ottr suits on the public
this year with ronewod vigor, be
cause it is open for everyone to
SHOES AND HATS.
Charlie Daniel is a new comer j
this neighborhood lie moved j
‘ from Willacoochee. I
Tlie woathor is very cold yet. But 1
what a blessed country is ours! !
Plenty of lightwood knots scattered j
over the woods and—no tariff on |
Log rollings will-soon-be the order
of the day again. Then, thank good
ness, your humble servant will get !
fat again 1 •
By idle way, ig it too cold for a
matrimonial bee to buzz around in
this section ? We don’t want to for
get how the marriago ceremony
pounds or wodding uako tastes.
I went down to tho Vildo post-
oflico this afternoon, accompanied by
Mr. A. F. Simpson, anil, found the
eyer wolcome Gazkttk. Thanks.
While at Vildo I learned that
Capt. J. E. Williams has about 1,000
bushels of fine swoot potatoes, which
he. proposes shipping as soon as the
market is right.-
As the weather is so disagreeable,
cold and rainy, I 'can’t got around to
gather the neighborhood gossip, eon
sequently I have nothing further of
interest to write and will have to
quit for tliis time. Bii.l Graiiy.
The Tlfton Drug Store, Druggists,
desire to Inform the public, that they are
agentB for the most successful prepara
tion that has yet been produced for
coughs, colds and croup. It will loosen
and relievo a severe cold In less time
than any other treatment. Tho article
rofered to la Chamberlain’s Cough Rem
edy. It Is a medicine that lias won fame
and popularity on It’s merits and one
that can alwayB be depended upon. It 1b
tho only known remedy that will prevent
urqm. I.tmustbo tried to be appreci
ated It la put up In 5Qc, and #1 bottles.
I confess the above appellation has
Ho charm for mo.
Ab far baok as 1810 I used to hoar
it, and over used as an opprobrium.
My fathor bought an .old African
negro who had lived long in Char
leston, S.C., who, when insult^lL.
any of our wliii"
I Carry a full line bf Dry-trdbils, ah.ci lain,
selling Winter floods aWay Dteiow Cbst td
make room for a splendid Summer Stock;
We make ours knowing it will
not bo rejected, because we offer
the best goods at low and more
than reasonable prices, therefore
wc have no fear of tho public re
fusing snob a elianoe, hut are
confident that both our goods
and prices will he warmly
HI FANCY GROCERY AND HARDWARE DERARfHENT
Is fully stocked with the best goods.
Tliore will bo an examination belt! at thin place
on TIJK8DAY, tbo 20th Inst. for the purpose of
examining applicant* for the office of County
School Commissioner to till t.ho vacancy caused
by tho resignation of tho lion. .1 ami's F. floml-
man. All applicant* for tho position will ploaso
II. H. TIFT
TIPTON, OA., August 87, 1891.
humble submission to the will of Him
who doeth all things well, mid wo
would offer to the family and friends
of our (feceased. brother our sincere
in mourning for tho space of thirty
days; that a page in onr record
book bo inscribed to his memory.
Resolved, That this preamble and
resolutions bo spread upon our min
utes ; that the family of tho deceased
bo furnished with a copy of tho same.
Resolved, That a copy be furnished
the Tifton Gazkttk with a request
that it be published.
Resolved, That tho usual badge of
mourning be worn by tho members
of Tifton I.odgo tlnrt
W. H. Lovk,
J. G. Gii.'.dkx,
M. A. Skxto.v,
WiiisiiKAs, Dcalli has again in
vaded our ranks and taken from
among us our highly esteemed brother,
Henry C. Overstreet. It saddens our
heart to lose our brother while in the
primo of life, hut Death is inexorable;
Our stock is large, bought
close and from first hands,
thereby saving the middle man’s
profit.* Not a t did wo lose on
accts. Inst year. (Wlmt firm can
say as much?) U don’t pay
your hrollior’s aect, when U buy
of us. Wo need room, and our
entire stock must go—not bo-
low cost, but at N. Y. cost,
which will he so small U will be
Tim undersigned will open a wMo-awakc, ttve
i- llttlo city of SPARKS on
grown day* will constituto
l>of loholfr In n<l-
........ w ..Jmol fund.
No charges made for flays of noiHUUmdanop.
pi .. . .. *|... 11.. II... Hnkrtall ...... ...Ill f -
charged 8 coni* jicr day.
I.. n,..n.l Tnlrtlll.ia n... Ilin.l tnU> lUlll'V
school in the growing
MONDAY, February 1,
One hundred full g.
tho Spring and Fubllo term.
”“ * *Tj>friiayi)
IS SELLING Ills ENTIRE STOCK OF
Rato*: Four cent*
dltlon to tho pro ruta
No chr.rjrcr. ;;.r.Uc fa. v . .......
Student* over the Public School ago will be
ebarged 8 cent* per day.
Hoard in good families can bo liad low' down.
For further particulars, auk
Yours, anxious to please.
January 10,18W. J. H. CHK8NUTT.
AT AND BZXOW COST.
Tlio XKWEHT and 1IHST for all claasca anil
types mmlaliod at LOWliST I'UICUS. Vlantan.
raise Tohacoo for the inonoy it brings, but only
tho FINK VAIUKTIKB prtMhioo FIRST-CLASS
Tobacco titat pays, Burt right. Order tho l»est
for your locality, and thus
For 00 days onr prices wilt lie en
tirely beyond tho whisper of compe
I am selling every article of Kail and Winter Goods In my store at great ban
to nrnko room for a largo itock of Spring aud Summer Goods. >
You will luvo to call at my store and get prices before you can appreciate]
1 moan by “Great Rargalun!’’
Call narly or the bargains will be gone; my prices will not fsl] to nuke the
. Yours for the Lowest Prices,
\NIt\rionic Uuilding. O. M. TO,
tho voting dto ns well as tho old. In
the death of brother Overstreet the
community has lost a good and up
right citizen, his family a devoted
husband and father, and this lodge a
true and zealous member, And
Whkrkah, We deeply deplore the
death of our brother,
possible from'phc crop. Cat&loguo sent FUKK
ft, L. RAGLAND SEED CO.,
HVCO, HALIFAX COtlXTlL VA
Originators and Coiitrollers of Low