TIFTON, Tiinr^b«NTY, : GEORGIA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19,1919.
teifed kt their
r that' the school* should dore
Jar/the Christmas holidays, December
18th. aad re-open December 29th, Some
mar think that this is a very abort va
cation bat a short vacation is favorable
to the best Interest of the schools at
JtVStb'--. .. 4*6 “X- -» • 1
Friday, December 19th, is the day set
'by the Board for the ^election or re-
. election of all trustees whose terms of
ofllce expire on or before December 31st.
Notices to this effect have been mailed
to, at least, one member of the trustees
of each school.
This is a small duty on the Itart of
the patrons, but nevertheless, It is a
duty that only the patrons can perform.
-It is hoped that the patroas will meet
cat the school houses on date named
and elect o r re-elect all trustees
> terms alow expire.
A. J. Ammons, Superintendent.
WILD LIFE OF JUNGLES
GIVES COLOR TO FILM
"THE ROMANCE OF TARZAN"
Chart* Eked, Jr„ Was Playing in Yard
When Clethhm Cancht Fro* Fire
Under Wnb Pat* Paretos
Are Burned ■
Charles, Jr., the little thTre-year-old
son of Mr. and Mm. Charlie W.-Elrod
was fatally burned Wednesday afternoon
when the little fellow’s clothing caught
fire from the wash pot while playing in
the yard,, at .his parents' home 5 miles
Mouth of Tiftoq o B the .National High
way. . ^
Mr.. Elrod was sitting on the front
porch when he wad attracted by the hor
ror-stricken cries of the child, but before
the flames could be extinguished he had
been burned so aeripualy that death er-
sulted two or three hours later.
/-Mr. and Mrs. Elrod were both very
painfull* burned while trying to save the
The inany friends of the bereaved fam
ily deeply sympathise with them in their
PopUi aad Taackan
TO ADJOURNED TERM TO FALL EXA!|
WEEK TRY CRIMINAL CASES THIS W
BERRIEN TIMBER SOLD
WUUs A Neman Pay $*00,000 for 8,000
Aerim and Will Tnrpentlns It.
Valdosta, Dec. 15.—The sale of saw
mill and turpentine privileges on the
Fisher 11. Gaskins lands la Berrien coun
ty,' which has just been consummated,
establishes a record price for timber
aap disposes of^ne of the finest of the
few bodies of round timber now left, In
the state.. The lands in question are lo
cated a few miles northwest of Nashville
—S.OdO acres covered with magnificent
long leat yellow pine which has never
been worked by turpentine or sawmill
inch" ” ‘
.Willis & Norman, turpentine operators
„ Chapters of “Torzan of tho who have been located for some time at
by Edgar Rlee Burroughs, Mincola In this county, bought the Gas-
> Lions, Tigers, Leopards ^kins lands, paying $200,00$ for the saw
jniU and turpentine rights on the 8,000
'aortas. / ''My -.
It is understood that Willis & Norman
will begin operation on the tract as soon
as jKMsible, working tile timber for naval
stores, first It will require about three
years time to complete the turpentine
operations attar which a large aaw mill
will be boilt, probably at Nashville, to
cut the merchantable timber *on the traet
The removal of the timber will open
farm development a magnificent body of
land of unusual fertility and adapted \o
a wide range of agriculture.
W*. L. Metcalf, of Ashburn, has ji
bought the saw mHl> right*- ow * l*i
body of land.- in the. Rock Ford district
of'this county, belonging to William and
Jbmes .Adams,.. T>e price paid for the
JTifton Public Schools
most soccessfol term in
the schools, both from a
ance and wprk
day afternoon when the . ..—
fictafy ends, and the teacben and pu
pils take a Christmas vacation of two
The new building was built to mre for
Tifton’a children for several years to
come, but this year the entire building
has been placed in use, including looms
that were considered as a reserve for
future needs. If this growth should be
as pbenomina! for the next two or thru
years as it has been during the past W<
or three, another building will have\to
be added. And if homes could-be
cured for those who would move hi
there is no questiou as to the growi
of the schools.
Tiftou has bceu fortunate in being
able to retain Prof. A. H. Moon as Su
perintendent of her schools and the fac
ulties he has under his supervision are
as good as can be gotten anywhere. All
have labored together for the good of
Tifton and the results obtained speak for
MOONSHINERS PLEAD GUILTY
J. «— ■
Total of S3
aad Other Denizens of the
JV Tropies la Their Na-
The many film enthusiasts throughout
Tift county who have been waiting for
. months to witness the concluding -chap
ters of “Tsrssn of the Apes” on the
•ron will have their wish* gratified
Christmas day when “The Romance
[ Tsrssn” will be shown at The Strand,
f . This new production, dramatised from
r *dgar Rice Burroughs* unusual story
ft by Be* Meredyth ang directed by Wil-
.fred Lucas, is far and away .the most
novel : and exciting presentment of the
X adventures of the amasing. ape-man, that
\ X has yet been given to the acreem
Bigiaalng with the meeting of Tar
ns A# .Porter, his predefined
Ihtc, t* the heart of the African jungles,
» the beautiful American girl has
anted htr father in pursuit of
i scientific.-atodies, the drama takes its
j-foBcWere on the mo 8$ romantic and
rllting* Journey through the'land of
dieye that the heart could de-
^.fThe same magnificent jungle scenery
~ [gave a background of unique splen-
* ^T*rza n of the Abes’* is shown
■■ big scenes of 'The
an^ and hundreds of
Kjptrds, lions, tigers,
1 man-eating crocodiles,
ffand novelty to a
| Perhaps the
the uAi^Rricnds, however,
___ noth elephant of
intelligence, who rescues
. a war party of infuriated
s and carries him safety to the
Romance of Tarxan" will
mas Day at The Strand
Ptobcr Ato: i
^Appear Before Judge Evans
and Thke Their Medklne.
Fifty-three moonshiners stood up in
United States district court here' Mon
day afternoon and received sentences im
posed by Judge Evans, says The Albany
Herald. The sentences ranged from one
year and one day lu two instances dowu
to a simple tint* of .$100 in one <
Most of (lieu drew scnteiK'p* of two,
threo offour month* In jail and lines
of $100 and $300.
It was a motley-looking crowd that
faced the judge at the close of yester
day's buaincas. There were old men and
young ones; white men and negroes.
Moat of them had pleaded guilty but a
law had been convicted at tha afternoon
session of court. Tha Utter drew far
heavier rsentences than aid those who
Among those' sentenced were;
Dave Bozeman, Worth county, one
month and $100.
Arthur Bennett, Worth county, $25.
Elmer Henderson, Turner county, two
months and $100.
B. J. Garrett,. Worth county,
months and $100,
if B. Hammock, Colquitt county, ala
said to have been five or six times aa
much as the Adams brothers paid for the
land it’few years ago. 'My, Metcalf will
build a saw mill at Clyattvllle ta
hnt4»J» months and $400.
Tom Hagan, Worth county, two
ind tUO. ,
Jega. ganders. Worth county, two
ntha and $11
Special Session of Tift Superior Court
win Be Held Daring Week at
VOLUME XXXII.—NUMBER i
following is a copy of the order call
ing the December adjourned term of Tift
Superior Court, to he held the last week
in January, 1020:
It appearing to the court that there
la, now standing open upon the criminal ,--e
of Tift Superior Court annul £7 th . t
nt nidmlnal rtaoao maul . the kalww 1 :
Important criminal cases,
the judgment of the underslgtyfri that
it in to the beat interest of the county
that these matters be tried and determin
ed without further delay, and
it further appearing that it is impos
sible to try them at the present time.
It ia therefore ordered that the ad
journed term of Tift Superior Court,
the December term thereof, be held dur
ing the week commencing Monday, Jan
uary Stb, 1920. All graud jurors sworn
and serving at the regular December
term will report for service at 9 a. m.,
ou Monday, Jauuary 5th, 1920; it is
further ordered that all petit aud trav
erse jurors called and sworn for service
during the regular December term of
court be and appear for service as petit
and traverse jurors at the adjourned
term of court on the date above set
forth. In calling the adjourned term it
is the intent and purpose of the court
that all criminal canes now open upon
the docket and all indictments which
may be found by the grand juty to b*
impanelled on the date indicated stand
fo r trial at the adjourned term.
So ordered, this 13th day of December,
R. Eve, J. <8. C. T. C.
List of Grand Jurors
Grand jurors drawn to serve December,
191*9, adjourned term. Tift Superior
Court, to be held first week in January,
A. A. Hutchinson
R. H. Hutchinson
H. H. Tift, Jr.
L. W. Wbiddon
W. H. Collier
E. 8. Hand
W. T. Greer
J. P. Cromer
n. H. Abbott
J. W. Gauldiug
E. L. Vance
W. H. Willis
W H. Spooner
J. M. W. Lyons
I Tift county have
r, disagreeable weather aew
Ml, rain *» badly aeeded.
. Goodman did kot set hU appolnt-
,t Hue Level on account o| rhenma-
tisin, hut nay. he will be then the oecond
Sunday 1” J*nonnr. providence permit-
OU Uncle Bob Gay paieed off to his
,P MATBeodman filled tho appointment
torjlrother Brewton, os Bro. Bmwton,
woo unwell and could not come.
Considerable complaining of cold., e tc.
lie brethren of the BaptUt church
called Brother Steve Bowen aa paotor for
-Brother Brewton wa. returned to the
Kith odist paatorage. *■ O.
; OFFICIAlA BE-K1.ECTF.D
Nashville, Ga., Dec. 17^-The regular
annual'city election Passed off quietly
, of the targe tax- here yesterday. There waa but one tlck-
fdespltc the faetl M»y® r 3. B. Dube and the present
i remain before! b®*” 1 ®* aldannm atandlng for rwHee-
j tion. Only twenty-seven votes were poll-
! I The kiddles’ fondest wlahea can be
' ro,a « realistic at Bohrman'o 5 andlO
, *** [Cent Store. 18dH-wlt
of Personal \Exi«Hence come ;too high ip eost for the
up-to-date successful man of today. Invariably the
strongest advocate of the bank account is the man
wWhap' \ V....
Learned by Experience
V and then it is often " ^
) Too Late
Prollt by the teacWga of Experience— X&i-.
f Start an account today.
Gieatr WilliamH, Worth county, throe
months and $100.
China Lightning, Turner county, four
months and $300.
Acic Cutter, Turner county, two
months and $100.
Benjamin .T. Willis, Turner county,
one month and $200.
. * i-o
MAN AND GIRL DROWNED
Americus, Dec 15.—George Lindley, a
white man who moved here recently from
North Georgia, waa drowned In the
Flint rim,, fifteen miles from here, yes
terday afternoon, together with Louise
Wright, Ms niece, when he attempted
to drive onto the bridle at Hurray’s Fer
ry, bis buggy being plunged Into the
water wh«* be drove into a washed-out
place in the road one hundred feet from
PAID $864.80 FOR TICKETS
Mr. 0. O. Gilley and family left Thurs
day for Oklahoma to make their home.
Tifton and Tift county regret to lose
thU estimable family. They were splen
did people and good oltisehfc.
“ As evidence of their big heartedness
they deposited with the Georgia South
ern and Florida Railway $804.80 fof
1(1 whole and 5 half tickets, making tha
largest single day’s ticket sales, in over
two years. The G. S. & F. remittance
for that day waa $1,100.’
r? - > —
MR. MONROE M. THOMPSON
Mr. Monroe M. Thompson, of near
Shlngler, to Worth county, died Tuesday^
afternoon.- r' " X
Mr. Thompson was a brotber-irtfaw
of Mr. j. S. Royal, of Tifton. BesickW
bis wife he Is survived by several child
ren, two brothers and ohe sister.
FLORIDA FARM FOR SALE
543 Acres Fine 'Red Pebble Land of
250 acreh- arc cleared and in cultivation..
80 acres of this is stumped. Place con
30 acros Third Year Japanese Cane
Stubble which wfll bring stand with
out planting. Contains Water Pow-
ec^whicb can be f developed at small
expense, and has four settlements of
comfortable and roomy tenant bouses.
LOCATED in Jackson County, conven
ient to school and church, on fine
graded roads and within five miles
of town of Sneads, on Main Line
of Louisville A Nashville Railroad.
Price, $15,000.00 Cash, -or reasonable
TERMS. Can give immediate poo-
For farther information,
LUt of Traverse Juror*
Jurors drawn to serve December, 1919,
adjourned term, 191&, Tift Superior
Court, to be held first week in January,
L. KL Bell
D. J. Branch
We K. Chandler
L. L. O’Steen
J. Mercer Jones
,[ »• H. Marchapt, Jr.
J. H. Miller
II. A. Shockley
D. L. Swindall
R. Silas Gibbs
J. C. Wood
C. U. Choate
A. O. Nations
A; P.7 Cox
C. J. WeJmorix
B. M. Hancock
C. R. Dyer
rn'5^CiV , jn! r ^ OTtw '
W. E. Peek*
W. B. Vickers
ChrlatOMM HoBitoja Bagla Decvmbtr 20 B ®* fd M_B$»e»tl«a Stlertg M.
and Contlaaa to Jannarr S. Eight
Pupils Gtt Extra Week of
Iqition'v are being glv-
be Second District Ag-
at Tifton. ‘ A student
cent or abosw la a sub-
from final examination
Eight students were
•very subject and were per
mitted to go to their homes for an extra
Four Tift county students ore among
the lucky eight. These are MissrJewel
Ford, daughter of G. W. Ford i 'Mi««
Ozella Lswhorn, daughter of E. D. Law-
horn, Ty Ty; Mr, Hubert Chapmgn, sou
Of J. M. Chapman; Howard Burke, son
of J. L. Burk, Tifton. They are at home
this week. They are_to be congratulated.
The grading ia very strict aad only a good
student is able to pass without-a final
examination. The others excused are
Miss Etta Fitxpatrick, of Mbnroe county;
Messrs. Von Wilder and Bascom Bel
cher, of Grady county; Jonathan 8mitb,
of Criip county.
School dbse» for the holidays Satur
day, December 20tfi, and opens for the
spring term Monday, January 5th. The
dormitories have been, full all the fall.
Many applicants were turned away In
September because of hick of room. A
few new students wDt be admitted after
Christmas to take the place of those
that drop out. '*f :
FOR TWENTY-SIX YEARS
Dr. Wilcox Has Been a Regular Sub
scriber to the Tifton Gazette.
Dr. Jefferson Wilcox, of Willacoochec,
doesn’t think Commissioner Jehu Brauch
has anything on him as u regular sub
scriber to the Tifton Guzettc
Dr. Wilcox p(\|d his first subscription
to the Gazette to B.'T. Allen, May
1893. He has never missed and annual
renewal since, and although he is taking
the daily now ho is tending the weekly
to his brother at Nichols, and says he
exacts to keep it up as Tong aa be lives.
The Gazette has several subscribers
on its list who have been taking the
pajier since the year it started and ap
preciates each one of them as an old and
tried friend. From year *to year a name
now and then ha) been dropped from tho
roll because the subscriber, of 25 or more
yearo standing, had gone to the Groat
Beyond. There is something intimate
and personal in the relations of a. news-
& Patted as Ottctr to Eafproo Cm*
polsorjr Atteadiaco Law.
A special meeting of tha County Board
of Education was hold Thursday morn
ing to consider the question of putting
on a special • attendance officer to see to
the enforcement of tho compulsory school
law next poor, and to decide whether
or not Tift eoanty would have a canning
club agent in 1929.
Mr. M. 6. Patten, a member of the
Board of Education and a man espe
cially fitted to fill the position, waa
elected to- the position of Attendance
Officer. It is the purpose of the Board
of Education to see that the law is
rigidly enforced in this county and un
less a legal excuse ia rendered every
child between the ages of eight and four
teen will have to be,in school 120 days
It waa also unanimously decided to
retain Mra. T. O. Clark aa Canning Club
Agent and no better selection could have
been made. The work done by the club
girls of Tift county is proof
Mrs. Clark is attending the Home
Economics course at the State College
of Agriculture at present, but will return
the first ot January to take up the
w-ork again in this county.
TIFT MCM)N8!!1NER8 CONVICTED
J* 8w Young Gets Two Months for Mis
use of Postofflce Funds.
Jury cases in the United States Court
will probably be completed this after
noon and* members of the traverse jury
will be discharged for the term, says the
Albany Herald of December 17.
One reason that the adjournment of
court has been hastened is that so many
persons have pleaded guilty.
A number of moonshiners entered pleas
this morning and were given shorter sen
tences for doing so. Yesterday after
noon two Tift county men, John Sea
and George Sen, grandson and grandfa
ther, respectively, were convicted of il-
licit distilling. The young man drew
a Sentence of one year and one day,
while the older one received a sentence
of six months and a fine of $100.
Jas. S. Young, a former R. F. D.
carrier, from the Tifton pot (office, plead
ed goiltt to appropriating to his own
use $82.16 entrusted to him to boy mon
ey orders. He claimed that he Intended
to replace the money, as he had done
before, and that he took it to bUy gaso
line and pay for repairs on his cap that
he might keep going. Postmaster W.
paper to,, subscriber of • qhnrter ol . portmaster w.
century on «« th.t the .rer*« psrson * ggE' „ M . ^
or newapapy of these days do* not .Mu n .
N. D. Pinkston
G. N. Blount
C. B^ Clements
John O. Hnrgrayci
J. E. Abbott /
H. C. Hardy
John P Willis
G. P. Met*runic
P. H. Gihlis
J. M. Denby
L. A. I‘arte
W. M. Ponder
S. K. Terry
D T. Veal
J. L. Padrick
J. W. Pendley
J. L. Pickard
W. W. Bryan
R. I. S. Blalock
J. B. Ellis
H. F. Johnson
F. H. Short
J. S. Taylor
TO ENFORCE SCHOOL LAW.
M. L Brittain, State Superintendent
of Education, is sending' notice to all
county superintendents to make arrange
ments for the rigid enforcement, January
1, of the compulsory education act. In
his letter he gives specific instruction!
for violation, for having the accused
bound over to the higher courts and
drawing attention of solicitors to the new
lie emphasized however, that the
purpose is to get all children from 8 to
14 iu school and if, when the first charge
is made, the parent or guardian com
plies, the individual oas* should not be
A Bank o<= Service
a 43. Tharp. * Rufus Pennington,
lfidltwSt Tallahassee, Fla.
Safety Bason, maka Ideal rift* for
Hen. .Wa hava all the best make*. Ben-
oett’e Hardwire, Inc. ^ 15-dwtf
Herbert L. Moor, Gfaanato Optometrist.
Rerm^yean ot continuous practice ia
TOten' and <mt 1,000 case, of Ky>
,tnl» satl.f.iotorlly relieved, I,n’t (b>
-moomendatlon rnonth for our.workl
'f yon need Glaives tee me so- day In
E. L. Ireland
The December term of Tift Superior
Court mljourned Friday et 12:30 until
the Unit Monday In January, at which
time finite Ere wilt convene the same
arttnd attd % octit juries to finish cleanlm
up the criminal docket.
This hte been one ot the moat noted
rrlmlnal terms evop held In Tltt county.
Judge Eve decided to put a crimp'In tho
nawern of the professional law breakers
and gave a number of .traiaht chain-
The motion amj appearance dorl.?t
were called at three o'clock Friday of
tarttoon. - -
Friday Morning "
Tha State va. Frank Moore; burglary;
verdict of guilty with recommendation
for misdemeanor punishment: sentence
12 months in chain-gai
The State vs. Will
verdict of not guilty.
The Stato vs. All
wbiekoy; plea ef-gu
months' Ip chain-gang
ja«, ■ - ---
Thnrsday , _
v«. Ch: T-- Rowland;
ntent to mirdcr, verdict of
ME. B. L. fiVf, OROtHKFIELD
Mr. R. L. .Gay, on^pt the oldest and
beat known/itlsens oft Tift couiityl dted
nt hla hemi In ItroAMicId tyedWaJftJ
night about' 8 Klarf*. ot Pulmondry
oedema, liter only/few boors illnhtt.
The funeral wai / haf Thursday after
noon at Satbaad*. camatary. -
Mr. Gay vras.W yean of ag*.and.Join
ed tha .Methodist church in early man
hood. Ha had lived In Brookfield about
20 yean and waa well beloved by all
who knew him:
Beside* his Wife, he la aurvived by
two aok* Messrs. J. L. and ft. E. Gay,
both of-ttrboMiftf; tad one slater, Mite
Elba Gay, Mb- son, Lloyd Gay,
-ceded Ida' to Hi*' grave last winter.
The Gatette' joint in extending gym-
•lathy to tha bereated family.
Give her a aaf of (
minum ware this Xtek*
The Board of Qutnty Cbmmlaatonara
I meeting '
aidaratlon for tha young man, itel
that ha knew that he had had
arable expenie with,hla car and that ha
draw only $100 a month and had to
keep up hla car and support a family ot
five out of the meager ram, The young
man asked the mercy ot the court. Jndge
Evans, stated that the law compelled
him to Impose a fine of twice the amount
of the defalcation and a jail sentence
of some duration. He placed the fine
at the minimum and the jail sentence at
only two rnbotbu. explaining that he
could have given the young man ten
V-r g. ' ...
Will- Be Given Sunday Kv«b»g, Dree*-
ber 21, Beginning at T:S6 O’Clo*.
Everybody Moit Cem On Tfane.
Quo of tile neat tiftjiffpl mhaieal pro
grams ever given in Tifton will be ren
dered by the chorus choir of the Metho
dist church On Sunday night, December
21, beginning at 7:30 o’clock.
Mra. Puckett,, bos been training the
voice! for the peat two months and every
one attending will be assured a rare
The program opens with a besuitful in
them entitled “Moat Holy Night,” which
portrays excellsntly the exstatic story
of the cantiti—“The S*jr of the Essti*
which immediately follows.
Everybody Tn Tift county should* heap
Birth—You will feel more like enter- .
this thrilling account of the 'Sartor's
ing' into the beautiful celebration, of
tb»f Christmas tide. Especially does tho
church Invite those who are not in love,
and perfect fellowship with God 1 end
their neighbor, for wo feel no one' could
hear this music ind not be teuebet by
its messaged •
The program is as follows::
Anthem—“Most Holy Night'"
Prayer—Rev. W. H. Budd > ’'
Cantata—“Star of the Esst”'
1. Prelode. ... /.
2. “Arise, Shine"—Tenor solin Mr. ‘
R. M. Lankford, Women's chons and
choir. . .J?
3. "The Stranger Stfar”r~C*itralto
solo, Mrs. M. E. Hendry; 'Baritone solo,
Mr. Julian Peoples, and choir.
4. “The Angel’a Song”—Duet, Mrs.
\V. L. Harman, Mr. R. M. Lankford.
5. “Sing O Heavens”—Baritone solo,
Mr. Russell Overstreet and choir.
6. “Beautiful Star"—Sol<\ Mrs. W.
Awake. Put on Thy Strength”—-
Solos and choir.
, $V*thldiem'*-—Ladies Quartette,
(double) Mesdnmw Harman, Padrick,
Brooks, Budd. Clyatt, Hendry, Peterson,
Misses Janie Bush, Av« Baker.
“Following the 8tar“—Male Qoar-
tette. Messrs. Lankford, Kidder, Pro-
plea, Overstreet. '
“Lead Thou Me On’’—8olo, Mr7
S. T. Kidder.
There Shall Be Night No More’*
—Contralto 8olo, Mrs. M. E. Hendry
12. “Rejoice Greatly’*—Tenor Solo,
Mr. 'R. M. Lankford and choir.
Kveryope must be i n their sects V-
foVe the cantata starts, as the ushers
will be instructed not to interrupt tha/
music by seating lata comers, jlri.
Puckett has spared no pains and time in
preparing 'this wonderful treat for onr
people and you should appreciate ifc by
being on time. Every effort will bo midis'
to sett the congregation comfortably,
HARVEY HALL DEAD
Harvey, the six-year old non of Mr. and
Mrs. T. D. Hall, died Thursday morn
ing at 3,o'clock, after several weeks ill
ness of malaria.
Funeral arangements were tnado at
Ilennett’a Undertaking Parlors and in
terment took place Thursday afternoon.
The boreavod parents have the sym
pathy of their friends in their s>rrow.
What a Heap of Happiness It Would
Bring to Tifton Horn*
Hard to 40 housework with an aching
Brings you hours of misery at leisure
qp at work.
if wdincii only knew the cause-—
Backache pains often come from weak
".Twould save much needless woe.
Doan's Sidney Pills, are for weak kid
beys. Ask your neighbor!
Read what a Tifton cltisen says:
. Mrs, K. Rowe, 512, 8. Ridge Ave.
says f .FM in a bad fix with kidney
comp'laiill i if i£' k J*" 1 * cho<i «“<l f*!®'
ad constantly. I fiu'fl k «p *« in «
and whan I etoftpod ovef. It wfls iajd t0
atralshten up again. My kldncya didn’t
act right. JI heard of Doan's Kidney Fills
Wsiwr^w. an I UK* ftom, getting my
' supply *Mill. Drug Store. Doan’i
proved tHt ju- the thing fnr me! two
boxes rid m of the aches and pains and
regulated h.y kidney*." , ...
Fries fiOc, at gll dealers. ■ Donft> ajinply
aak fo r a kldgey remedy—(tat SWi's
Kidney Pflla—the ante that Vi
hid. Fostcr-MHtmrn On.,
tdn, N. t..
ETeetrlc Grin<" Klectrict Perco'U’tokl
FJcctMc Irons. Let ils show yon Jhl*
line.' : Bennett's H*wWa«s, Ine. lMwjf
I have moved my Market and Grocery
Store back to the old stand In the new
Goodman Building, corner Third and
Railroad Streets, where 1 have a com
plete line of Fresh Meats, Family Gro
ceries and Feed Stuffs. Deliveries made
to any part of the city.
Spires Grocery Co., Telephone 76.
After a lingering illness of
months, J. T. Brown quietly and peace-,
fully departed thi> life on Tuesday moXn- ‘
ing, December 9th, at 1 o'clock, at tho
home of hla daughter, Mrs, J, P. Webb*
near Ty Ty.
Deceased was born in Robeson county,
N. C„ Nov. 17th, 1852, coming to tty* 7
state in 1902. He had since 1901 bettfy
a member of the International Biblu
Htudeals Association, in which hr was
a firm believer and loyal worker until-
the end. His faith in the promise*, of
the Scriptures, which win his only creed
—was bright unto the end—peering and
comforting him in his last hours. .
He leaves to mourn his death, his
widow, Mrs. J. T. Brown; out daughter,
Mrs. J. P» Webb, of near Ty Tf.$ **d
four sons: N. H. and D. T, Bro^n, 0f
Macon: J. D. Brown, of Moultrie; and
J. K. Brown, of Jacksonville, Fla. AH
were at his bedside when tilt end came.
Funeral services were conducted by
Elder H. Lambert, of Fitsgerald, at •
Hickory Springs church, with interment
BOND IS NAMED AS MARSHAL
Washington, Dec. 11.—President Wil ;
son yesterday sent to the Senate for con
firmation the appointment of Clande
Bond, of Toccoa, to be United States - . - , |r ^-
marshal for the North Georgia district,I at Hickory Springs cemetery Wednesday**,
succeeding Marshal Thompson, whoso I morning. ^
term has expired.
Large fancy vases at half Price at I tag hte headquarters at Bohrm«9*s _
Bankston'* Variety Start. Gwd4tw2t| and 10 Cent Store. . 18dlt-wlt
persons anf hereby notified not to
t for or negAtate a certain prom-
/ note, given 'fir August cft Beptom-
ber.1019, and dhe October 15, 1010,
for! the sum of $250.' Bald n&to made
by WflltexSutton, with’Henry ^htton as
security and paythlo to J. R. - Mathis.
Safa) note has-been -lest’and Is nht now
In the hinds of the owner'thereof.
TW«,- December 3, lOfh. • . -
c-wft • J. E. Maftte. ■
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