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GKADY COuin xi
Conducted by l&rs. D. L. Williams
Phone No. CD
of j- COAL COAL •. COAL
j Your last chairco to got coal this
j winter. I have cav oif track. See
»t mo and.I will deliver off carat
,W. H.. Searcy Sr,'
Or. C. H. Maxwell of Calvary
was a business visitor to Cairo one
day this wepk,
Mr L. Hall of. the northern part
of the county was a business visit-
| or-to Cairo this week.
j Mr. J'. H. Collins was si business
visitor to Cairo one day this week.
Mr. T. L. Lattimqr of'Pine Park
was in Caii'o on business last Tues
day. Mr. Lattimcr contemplates
a trip to Atlanta during tho land
show there. . . ’
mi, i. is. itawta ot Calvary was
among those in attendance . upon
tho mass meeting last Wednesday.
It would not take u§, mpre than
ton minutes to get anything to
your home, if you will take the
c: trouble to Phone 14, ‘to tell us
& y our wants. ,• Prompt special dc-
¥ livcr y is always a feature at—
( Wight ife^Browne. • .'
Mr. W. A. Shiver one- of the.
county’s efficient commissioners
was in attendance upon the mass
* meeting at. the Court House last
' Mr. A. W. Womble of tho north-''
cm part of the county was a busi
ness visito. to Cairo this week.
A windy, month coming-be pre
pared. Get-our cold remedy now,,
in case you catch, a chid. Laxa-
cold Tablets. Wight &’Browne
to ■ business mat ters in Cairo
Wodnesday» ’ • '
Phone..14 the Raxall Store when
you need a quick delivery, of your
package. Watch the clock after
you phone and see how long it.
takes to go from Wight,* Browne
to your door.
. Mrs. L. M. Ansley left this week
to join Mr. Auslcy.ai Plant City,-
Fla, The many friends of this
young couple regret to lose them
fioni this town but ■ their best
wishes go with them tb their new
Mr. L, L. Draff in was a business
visitor to Cairo Wed.nefday.
Mr. Joe Higdon of Calvary, was
looking after business in town one
day this week. :
■ Mr. and .'Mrs. T. A.. Turner have
moved to Cairo . and will make
this their home; They wili occupy
Cotton Seed <&*»?
.- , * * cured for plan (mg purposes by the or-
ignatoiu bee me at once for your supply as stocks are short every, where bf
these’leading, early variety as.boll weevil tkilories are gobbling these seed
up. l am selling .large wmti.es and. if you want to grow cotton h&re in Gra-
dy.County, under the.bURE ravage of the boll weevil;, you had better see
me quick ior; your supply. ' Don’t, wait until , you want to plant, for. you
might not be alple-to .get; them. . :
I have just completed in Sweenies
automobile school in Kansas City,-
: This school gives one of tho most
thorough courses in automobile in
struction in the-country, . While
in attendance upon this course’, I
, paid special attention to electric
i starter and storage battery prob
lems. I am going to-reopen my ga
rage, and expect soon to install an’
apparatus for recharging storage
batteries, and also a casing vulca
nizing outfit, vyill appreciate any
work that my friends may favor
me with. > ■
BASKET BALL— Cairo High
School will- play Monticcllo High
School Friday evening at 7:30 ad
mission 10 and 25 cents.
grinding and feeding to his beef
cattle two carloads of .velvet beans
tliat were shipped in here over the
?• & H. from Hinson Fla. There
is no question but tliat these beans
will make a very valuable ’ feed.
In fact it is already becoming a
staple article of commerce and
with the greatly - increased plant
ing of beans and other like crops
for grinding into feed thero is sure
to develop a • decided industry
along this line. ' • ’ ;
’ The Lanier and '-.Philomathian
Literary Societies wijl hold their
meetings Friday after-
Hon. W.-H. Woodruff District
Manager of the Woodmen of the
World will deliver a Lecture at
Whigham Sihool Auditorium next
Wednesday night February 7th,,
at 7-30 p. ni. j Everybody cordially
invited to bo present. Mr. Wood
ruffs ability, as a public speaker
is well known in this section and
all who attend can be assured .of
•being well interested and enter
On last Friday morning at ten
o’clock our school celebrated
Arbor Day. The exercises, were
opened by Scripture Heading by
RcvJ.-T. Ryder. Laniers “Bal
lad of The Trees and tho Master’*
was given by Sumpter Martin
■Kelley and Miss Little recited
“The Cry of the Pines.” Joseph
Jones read a paper on some not-
Beginning Next Week we will
publish a seiies of advertisements
showing in what ways we are try
ing to give
Grist Mill arid Feed Grinder
I have installed on njy farm a
Grist Mill and feed Grinder and
will -do custom grinding each
Friday. ’ .
Will grind Velvet Beans, Oats, 1
Corn in car, shucked or shuck corn
for feed. ■ ■ ,
.Toll one eighth for both bread
corn and feed stuff.
W. B. Roddenbery. .
As somewhat in lino with what
likely bo a very common occurence-
in the next year or so we note tliat
Mr. W. B. Roddenbery has bought
and is hauling to his' place for
•:Qn ; account ot .tne inclement
weather'the 191.7.class .tree was
not planted but will be done iii
the early part of next week.;.
Oh Wvdneiday evening we haii
with us. the. Swedish Eh!crtnih.er
and Lecturoi:; Karl Jan.,on.
Among the ■ select ions given were
Descriptions of-Sweden and Non
way. 'Scenes from Teri'iiysoiis
Enoch Arden, llpcitations -froii)
Jailica .Whitcomb Rileyy : ;;.;ir.d'
Eugcpe Field add Scene:; 'from
Shakespeare : nd Julius Go’asar.
Friday ..week, a recital will lit
held in the auditorium 'under tin-
supervision, of Misses Bakes
1 The School improvement Club’
will meet Friday afternoon,
Leroolac. is a newly discovered
[liquid medicine that takes the place
of calomel; Is pleasant to take, does
i.c,! giipe, sicken oi salivate. Does
not contain calomel or and habit-
lorming. drugs, hence suitable for
babies and children,‘ns well as adults.
Price 50c. Your mcmey pleasantly
refunded if not' satisfied by ail live
P- S,. If you. forgot the name . spell
Sold by WIGHT & BROWNE
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