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NEXT CITY PRIMARY
WILL NOMINATE THREE
MEMBERS QTY BOARD
IWALKER TO NAME
VALDOSTA P. M.?
Terms of Stanton,
r, Expireln 1915
Washington, D. C.. Sept. 10.—In
dications are that Representative
Walker will name the postmaster ati
Valdosta, subject to the approval of!
Senator-elect Thomas W. Hardwick. I
The nomination of Major J. O. Varna- J
VILLA’S PROPOSALS I doe to ■ u < Jcecd Himself in the office
v VI V hU i )g re8tlng In tho genate committee on
1stofflce at. J post roa«U where It
Washington, D. C., Sept 10—'The ba-1^:11 probably nmaln until Mr. Hard-
sls for President Wilson’s recent as-1 Mick takes nts ecat In I'u. Senate,
sertlon that he believed Carranza andlublch will \.e right .* the Njvem-
Villa would cooperate In restoring I ber elections if Congress I* In bersicn
constitutional government In Mexico, I a that time, c. early in lK*com»«*r at
was revealed today when It became the latest.
Besides nominating three aldermen known that Gen. Obregon, personal! The protest against tho confirma-
and a city recorder, the next city friend of Gen. Carranza, bad signed tlon of Major Varacdoe together with
primary will nominate three members Gen. Villa's proposals for an electoral I a great many letters approving Mm
programme. I arc in the hands of Senator Hoke
Gen. Villa's proposals were laid be- Smith. Senator Smith ansvers que
tore Paul Puller, representative oflries about the case by referring in
President Wilson, at a recent confer- quirles to Mr. Hardwick. Mr Hard
i in Chihuahua. The President la-1 wick, being still a member of Con
or the city board of education.
The members whose term of office
expiree In 1915 are V. L. Stanton, who
is president of the board; Dr. J. L.
Walker, and John W. Bennett.
So far as Is known there are no
candidates in the field against either
of the three, but so far In advance
of the primary It Is hard to say what
will and will not develop. Until re
cently very little attention has been
paid to the nomination of memberr
•f the board of education but vojert
are* paying almost as mveh attention
to the board now as they do to the
1^ Ask For
Avoid kuHmUons—Tmka No SubotMuto
Rich Milt, mailed grain, in powoerform. Mace healthful tlua lea of codec.
Fof inf anil, invalid, and growing children. Agree, with the wealteW digetdoo.
Purenutrition.upbuildingthewhoie body. Keep it oo your sideboard at home.
!nvi"nnle»nuningoothenan<] the aped A uuick lunch prepared in a minus.
ter told callers tho proposals did uotlg-,,, from the Tenth district, hus no
appear unreasonable. I statement about It. Tho natural con-
Mr. Fuller Interviewed Gen. Car-Illusion Is borne out by other rlrcum-
ransa In Mexico City today and It was I, unces besides deduction. Major
reported the first chief also assented I Varnedoe has always been a support-
to Villa's programme, which Is as fol- er of senator smith, though he la an
' 0WB: f appointee, partly because of relation-
Villa's Proposals. .hip, of Senator West
"That a convention of Constitution- j ( this confirmation Is delayed un-
al army delegates he called to arrange u , senator West goes out of the Seu-
the date of the election for congress. L te the cholce wU1 return w R epre
scntatlvc Walker. Senator Smith will
SENATE AGREES TO
Washington, D. C., Sept. 10.—The
Senate late yeaterday agreed to the
conference report on the federal trade
commission bill by a vote of 43 to j.
Senators Smoot, Oliver, McCumber
Galllnger and Burton voted against
the report. Recourse was had to roll
calls virtually all day to secure a
The House will take up the coi
once report tomorrow.
It took twenty-one roll calls before
a vote was recorded In the Senate
the struggle to secure a quorum hav
Ing begun on Saturday. Time after
time a call of the Senate disclosed a
bare quorum present, which disap
peared when the roll was called on
Just before the final vote was tak
en drastic action, such as the issu
ance of writs to compel absent sena
tors to attend, was proposed. Serg-
ent-at-Arms Higgins telephoned tc
absent senators, stating the situation
\ and urging them to return. Mean-
^me he succeeded in getting forty-
Thine members into the senate chamber
and another roll call was ordered.
Roll call showed forty-eight senators
voting and two present who were un
able to vdle because of pairs, and
the report was agreed to.
Senator Reed of Missouri attacked
the report repeatedly, although h'
later voted for lb ^
The conference report provides for
a federal trade commission with au
thority to issue orders to prevent
“unffclr methods of competition." The
enforcement of the orders of the com
mission, however, Is left to th<
President and Vice President.
"That no military man ha a candl-l,*, rel | 6Vcd of th , re ,pon.lblllty ...
date for Prealdent or Vice Present tw0 „ Mr . w , lk . r w ,„ thl .
selecting power and Mr. Hardwick
the Senator in whose jurisdiction the
for governor of any state.
That a civilian take charge of the ^
provisional government to hold alec-| oa ' |ce There "will be" no jar
. , _ _ a I the final selection.
That a general amne.tr be doctor- Hcnalor . elect Hardwick was give.,
ed except a. to tho.e who committed L wc|come when he cntor „„ lh0
the crime ot- participatedI In the aaua- Hon „ ye „ terday morn ,„*. H. en-
•taaGon of Madero and Snare,. lered the cloak room where
"That officer, of the old federal ar-1 Wend , eucted lho uaual promlae
....... a, . i demanded* of promoted members that
be taken Into the new national army. ^ contlnll(1 apoakln|f „ memSoi - a
"That all reform, .hall pat through o( the Houae for at loaat a yrur .
"That all reform, .hall be put Newa ot Mr . Hardwick'- preenco
,ugh In an energetic manner but , prcad t0 the chambor , M lhat when
a legal and con.tltutlonal basla. ho appeared the choor , ng war gen
Compiled With Flint. oral. Ho wanl | nt0 the aeuato tn-fore
Gen. Carranza already ha. compiled bo appaaTOl oa the „ ouae Ooor . how .
with the lint proposal by calling a „, r> anil wa , warm „. .
general convention for October 1. to frlenda th „ Ci though 8pllal0
Mlect a provisional President. Under naver , Urred to , demonatratlon .
the Mexican constitution the provls-|
lonal President cannot be a candidate
in elections conducted under his ad
ministration. Gen. Carranza, there
fore, if he wishes to become provis
ional President, will not be in office I The
longer than the period necessary to I when properly applied brings health,
conduct an election. If he resigns as I The body like any other machine,
first chief he may enter the preslden-1 will work normally when all Its parts
>, as his friends claim he Is are In place and the energy applied,
not a "military man" in the accepted] In the human body the energy Is
sense in Mexico. [called stimulus. It is transmitted by
The belief prevails here that Car-]the nerves to the cells of the body,
rsnza will resign In favor of a civilian,]and so long as the nerve channels are
as proposed by Villa, and that he then | free the stimulus will pass along to
will wage an active personal cam-1 the place of function and normal ac-
patgn for the presidency. Villa Is not tlvlty will result Normal function
expected to support Carranza at the [means HEALTH,
polls, but he has not revealed the The chiropractor who is efficient In
Identity of his candidate. | his work can correct the abnormal
It is generally understood here that position of any tissue In the body
American forces will not be with-]This removes the cause of (so-called)
drawn from Vera Cruz until the elec- disease, and health, or harmony, Is
tion for permanent President is held. | the result,
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W. H. HUGHES, D. C.,
Eight German.! 428 nunn Dld *' ~ W.ycro.., Ga.
were wounded In a clash with Span
iards at Ceuta Morroco today. Popu
lar sentiment for war is growing.
Atlanta, 8ept 10.—The new state
(garnishment law, according to re
And nil Icinrlfl ft^nahl portJ> that • re com,n *
«*** IVlIlUe jUI ircoilljj Georgia, Is driving .nwiy clerks,
meats, tit to eat.
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Atlantic Coast Line
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ATLANTA. OA. On ule October 12, 12. 14, Anal limit Oct. 24, 1*14.
BALTIMORE. MO. On aate Sept t, g, 10. flaal Unit Sept 11, 1214.
BOSTON, MASS. On aal* Sept ll,'l2, 12. Final limit Sept 24, 1*14.
DALLAS, TEX. On aale Sept 14, !», 20. Final limit St 2nd, 1*14.
DETROIT. MICK. On aale Aug. 27 to 2 Inc. Final At Sept IS.
LOUISVILLE, KY. On ule A«g 21, 2*. 20. Final Umlt Sept 2, 1*14,
MACON, GA. On ule S«pt 21, 22. Final limit Sept 20, 1*14.
PHILADELPHIA. PA. On ule Sept S, «, 7. A Final limit Sept It
RICHMOND, VA. Oo ula Sept t 7. Final limit Sept 1«, 1*14.
RICHMOND, VA. On aale Oct 10. It. 12. final limit Oct 2*. 1*14.
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U P. GREEN, T. P. A., Thomuvllle, Oa.
laborers and small salamil men
the bankruptcy court
Even from little towns the lawyer,
are reporting n tremendous Inoretae
In the volume of the bankruptcy bus.
Ineu, while Macon has Just reported
u many na forty cases In one day.
These are all voluntary bankruptcy
petitions taken out to stand oil cred
itors who began pressing for settle
ment Just as soon u the new law
I gave them the opportunity.
NOW FROM ASTHMA
Go to the druggist listed below and
| buy i package of Dr. Rudolph Schiflf-
| mann’s Asthmador today and if it does
not give Instant relief, and even more,
If you do not find it to be the very best
| remedy you liave ever used* go back and
I your money will be cheerfully returned
| by this druggist, without any question
The old garnishment law exempted
ail laborers from thia process, whih
tlie new law, enacted at the recent
session of the General Assembly, ex
empted fro mgarnishment wages and
salaries only to the extent of $1.25
per day. This is a law for which the
retail merchants of the state have
long contended, but until this summer
ail efforts to get It through were in
It seems in many sections of the
state instead of using the'law as a
menace In the effort to collect old
bills, merchants Invoked It and filed
garnishment suits by the wholesale
This had rather an unforeseen effect
in creating new and abundant busi
ness for the bankruptcy court.
As a result, in some Instances the
merchants will collect their money
while in others they will lose it alto
gether. When a man becomes a bank
rupt he wipes out his debta entirely.
He may pay them afterwards if he
wants to, but In 99 csacs out of 100
It Is never done.
It is a question, perhaps, whether
the merchants will collect moro of
their money this way than under the
old law. They may do so for a time,
but ultimately they may find
bankruptcy court as big a barrier as
was the old garnishment law. How
ever, the repeal of the bankruptcy
law Is another plank In their plat
form, and they are going after It.
Only One “BROMO QUININE"
» set the fcnulnr. call lor fall name, LA
- woc ^ s on cojd, 25c.
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Hebardvilla," (or a limited
Rtadom 18" Clipper
Shingle* «t }I.2S per N.
3x16 Stir A Ster
Shingles it f 1.50 per N.
Pekin. Sept. 10.—A number of Chi
nese were killed today when a Ger
man land mino exploded. The Japan
ese continue their bombardment.
COURT ADJOURNED IN
INTEREST OF FARMERS.
Valdosta, Ga., Sept. 10—In accord
ance with a request made by a large
number of farmers and business men
in l,owndes county through the Val
dosta Chamber of Commerce, the Sep
tember term of City Court has been
adjourned. The reasons given for
making the request were thut many
of the farmers who were on tho jury
for the term are pushed for time in
gathering their crops and many of
the business men are very’ busy and
unable to attend court.
Tlie Cliumber of Commerce secur
ed the consent* of practically all of
the memberl of tho local bar before
making the request. They addressed
their request to Judge J. G. Cranford,
of the City Court, and urged that the
term be adjourned to some later tlms
when the cltlzena were not sa busy.
After giving the matter careful con
sideration Judge Cranford agreed to
the request He stated that in view
of the busy time now on the farmers
or Lowndes county and because he
V/as anxious to do all in his power
to aid them In their work he would
consent to their request
W. J. GASSETT
Phone 103. *
WAYOkOSS, OA. ♦
llth and H Streets
Ta milm of a bold white
Room with detached both
nay be ebtalnad at 9M0, $2 M
Writ* for booklet with stop.
CLIFFORD M. LEWIS.
failed, Asthmador and Asthmador Og-
arette, will give instant relief usually
within 10 seconds, hut always within 15
minutes. It doe, not matter how vio
lent the attack or obitinate the care h,
! or what else had hen tried and failed,
Asthmador will relieve instantaneously.
If it doe, not, this package win cott
you nothing. Go hade and get your
money refunded. Von are the «ole judge
as to whether benefited or net. Yon run
no risk ia buying this remedy under
this positive guarantee.
Persons I ring elsewhere will be tup-
1 under the same guarantee by their
j druggist or direct by Dr. R. Schiff- |
a. St. Paul Uinn. For ule here hy ,
To the 'Phone
Modem atom provide every poul
hie conrenleoeo for their customer,.
The superior service which our etore
affords, convinces people that they
can trade ee ,ueeeeafully by phmn aa
If they cam* la person.
A FREE .
la maintained for your rouvenlence
and we want you to use R freely.
Small phone orders receive th* same
attention ea large ones.
Let he year rcgalar drsgghts.
WAY0R08S A SOUTHERN
R. B. 00.
Change of Schedule Effective
Yeb. IS. 1814.
Notice: Tlie arrival! and de
parture! ire given ea information
end are not guaranteed.
Southbound Train No. 3.
0 Hebardville, lv. .. 9.-00 a. m.
2 Wayx, Albany Ave.
9:05 a. m.
5 Grundy, Ga, Iv ... 9:12 a. m
8 Lavinia, Iv 9:20 a. m
10 Freda), Iv 9:30 e, m
12 Atwood, Iv 9:40 a. in
15 Olive, Iv 10:30 a. m.
18 Walker, lv 10.-45 a. m.
20 Ilopkini, er. 11:00 a. m.
Northbound Train No. 4.
20 Ilopkina, Iv 11:30 a. m.
18 Walker, lv 11:35 a. m.
K Olive, lv. 12:30 p. m.
12 Atwood, lv 12:40 p. m.
10 FVedel, lv 1:00 p.m.
8 Lavinia, Iv. 1 tlO p. m.
5 Grundy, lv. 1:17 p. m.
2 Way*., Albany ave.
lv. 1:25 p, m.
0 Hebardville, ar. .. 1:30 p. m.
Treine Noe. 3 and 4 dally ex-
. JOHN M. HOPKINS.
1. W. EUISTON
C.We will give
a ticket with ev
ery dollar cash
for one vote in
C Trade here for
CASH and WIN
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The first dose of Seal's Cold!
Tablets relieves that miserable
teeling,a few doses cures. Your
money back if they fail.
ALL'S WELL WITH THE WORLD
HOTELS ARE LIKE POLKS
They have personalities, pleas
ant and otherwise.
The HOTEL WINECOFF, on tho
centermost spot In Atlanta, la a
pleasant and friendly soft of hotel
for rest, recreation or business
The HOTEL WINECOFF gives
the man and woman from out-of-
town a 'sense of security and
cheer. Often this spirit Is s bless-
•d and beneficent thing to ths In
dividual away from home.
Whether you pay $1.60 or $3.00
per day for your room, you are
made to feel that "All's wall with
The HOTEL WINECOFF Is At
lanta's newest and most complete
Hotel; now under the manage
ment of Mr. J. F. Letton, former
manager of Hotel Ansley.
Frank T. Reynolds.
Jas. F. deJarnette.
A. H. Chapmen.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
For all farm and garden seed
and have a fresh and complete sup
ply for your fall planting, our prices
are right, call to see us.
Phones 62 or 301
ASK THE FIRST MAE YOU MEET
when l» the beat piece to h»ve your
carriage repaired. Nina chmncea out
o( ten ha will direct you here for our
■kill are carriage repairer, to known
far aad wide. Known favorably too, or
ao many people would not send their
carriage to oa from a gnat distance.
C. W. YOUNG.
M Albany Ave. Phone!!*
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bills by Check, you (then have a
perfect receipt and the Bank is
Open an account in the Savings
Department, the small amounts de
posited from time to time will sur
prise you from year to year. In
terest at 4 % Compounded jquarter-
If you have a surplus fund,'that will
Tima flannwifal^ Idle three, six, nine,-or twelve
time arcp0SItSf month8 purchage a certificate of
Deposit, bearing interest at 5%.
While planning your vacation, o
before starting on a trip, purchase
Travelers Checks, should they be
lost or stoled, notify us, we will is
sue you duplicates. They are'good
all over the world, and are cashed
without exchange charge. .
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Citizens Bank of Waycross