DECEMBER 3T, 1904.'
After The Fashion
It’s the knowledge of wearing
a new and stylish hat that
affords a comfort and easo
not experienced in wearing
antique shapes and styles.
Buy your hats from us and
avoid that ill-at-easo look
Now Stiff Hats
$3.00, $3.50 and $5.00
New Soft hats
$2.00, $3.00 and $5.00
Dunlap Silk Hats
Oim l’rlco (0 Everybody
NO REASON FOR SOUTH
TO BECOME PANICKY
SPI'CIAL •'•Ilk 1 -
The firm of W. M. Armstrong 4 Co.
(the Arm l*elne IV. 8. Mercer), hujjt thin,
the loth diy cn Dncomher, dlkMlv/j pari'
t.*rehlp by. mutual ukx ■ pu nt \ rath
r-»rtIre. AU Recounts due th<» firn. of W,
M. Armstrong ft Co, will he paid to W.
Suite, Pants, Etc.
Made to order and to At. on short
rotlcr. Brush given frte with every
F. W. GOETTE, Tailor,
CITY OR FARM LOANS.
City real estate loam* placed at from
6 to M4 per cent, according to security.
Farm loans at r per cant.
Security Loan and Abstract Co.
Commercial Bank Building.
1’. C. men. auy Armstrong.
R1ES A ARMSTRONG,
315 Third 8treeL
toit-d free. Fine Repairing.
t>m ter u-«t Tested Seeds.
O.f.nd.ri Hlma.lf Wall.
CHICAGO, pQC. 30.—Four men were
tonight shot and slightly Injured In a
light st Indiana Harbor, 30 miles from
this city. The shooting was done by
Frederick Kroner, an employe of the
American Hteol and Wire Cd„ the In
jured man being his fellow workman.
Kroner who Is an expert workman,
has been of late doing extra work and
Ills fellow workman demanded that he
perform no more than the rest of them.
Ho refused to do as they, wished and
tonight when a number of the em
ployes were standing on the depot
platform in Indiana Harbor some of
them attacked Kroner. He drew a
revolver and commenced to shoot in
discriminately. John Jaeger and M.
Willetts were slightly wounded In the
leg, and two other men who. * names
are not known sustained trilling In
juries. Kroner waa arrested.
BALTIMORE,, Md.. Dec. 80.—A ape-
al dispatch from New York to the
Manufacturers' Record says:
“To judge by the wild dispatches
about the feoutb’a burning cotton and
he equally wild reports that would
create the Impression that the break
In cotton la going to cause a wreck
of matter and a crush of world* In the
South, one would be led to Imagine
that the whole South Is staggered by
the cotton slump. The decline Is de
plorable, and.' of course, means a heavy
loss to many, but It should not be for
gotten that about 6.000,000 bales were
sold at an average of probably 9%
cents and that if 7.000.000 bales more
should average only 7 cents, the total
value of the crop, including seed, would
be over $500,000,000, which has never
been exceeded but a few times In the
South's history. Moreover, the great
increase In the production of grant
and other diversified crops last year
added a gain of over $100,000,000 to
value of the South's diversified
agricultural products an compared
with 1902 and this year's diversified
crops will be equally as great, reach
ing In Aggregate value about $1,000,-
000,000, or double Ihe value of the cot
No Cause for Fesr.
“But then* Is no reason for the
South to become panicky over the cot
ton situation. It has many a time faced
far worse conditions and out of appar
ent defeat won victory. Even 13,000,-
000 bales, should the crop prove that
large, and many good authorities still
doubt such a yield, are not us unduly
heavy, all things considered, as were
11,250,000 bales In 1898. Then tlio
world was carrying a great surplus
Stock accumulated through several
successive years of large production,
and the South was poorer, with com
paratively little surplus money In It*
banks and with many of Its farmer*
burdened with debts. Now the world
has but little stoc kof cotton outside
of this crop, the Incerase In demand has
gone on for six years, and the South
NEWS NOTES FROM
V It limit Injury. Burly Jrteey Wn Itffield.
T 'rjritj* or t'nerteston Wakefield.
ii the best known varieties of early
c*br ab • Henderson's Hurcrsslon,
*»"• >’**’. 1st* sad sure header'. Au-
». i u. » irlv " rker. alen a m* type of
> ite variety. Neatly narked In light has-
li.r.o par 1,006. for or over
*1.25 per 1.060 f o b. express office. Hpr-
cJfll l .! '; mid* f»n large lots.
CHARLES M. QI08ON.
Young's Island. S. O.
S. S. Parmelee
KMI< LI V HAHNS SB, DICVCI.E9.
ipiete line go-
For Sale by
3AIL1V, 41* Poplar St.
• <-d brm lands or ©Uy prop*
it«d at lowest market rate*,
•.‘teen years' eiemling.
L 11. MiRGlIARD,
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
Foley ft Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar n* a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Titr many Imitations are offered
for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any substi
tute offered n* no other preparation
will give the same satisfaction. It is
mildly laxative. U contains no opiates
and is safest for children and delicate
persons. Sold by H. J. Lamar A Co.,
Qeorgls Nagro President.
MKMPHI8. Tenn.. Dec. 80.—At the
convention of negro educators today
the following offlctrs were elected:
R. It. Wright. Georgia, president; J.
R Hathaway, Kentucky, vice-presi
dent; Isaac Fisher, Arkansas, secre
tary: N. B. Young, Florida, treasurer;
J. II. N. Waring, Maryland, chairman
The last day's session of the negro
educator* was called to order today by
President Wright. HeveraJ paper*
were read and discussed, among them
being one by Dr. J. H. N. Waring,
principal of the colored high and
training school of Baltimore. Hla sub
ject waa: “The Problem—-Our Roys,
He held that only * small number
of negro boy* are in the school* to
“It Is a matter of common knowledge
that the negro boyn are not at work,"
he sold, “and one of the crying evil*
among ua la that our women In large
number* are supporting worthle** men
and boys. Further, an unfortunate
historic fact about our boys Is that
they furnish an enormously undue
proportion of the rrlmlnnl ’population.
Another unfortunate fact la that the
den* of vice which thrive on the pat
ronage of our men and boy* are In ti
moat nourishing condition."
Dr. Waring said It was the duty of
colored minister* to teach and develop
In these member* of the race a higher
ambition and tench them the evil of
A Big Failure.
TRENTON. N. J.. Dec. 80.—Vic#
Chancellor Pitney today appointed Jay
Teuyeck of Newark receiver for the
Is rich, with ample capital to finance a
large part of It* cotton, while the
farmer* are less In debt than since the
war. The present price Is almost a*
unduly low as 16 and 17 cent* were
unduly high, and a* the Manufactur
er*' Record warned the world against
such speculative price*, so It would
warn the South today ngalnst. undue
fright. On a declining market people
are always more disposed to sell than
on advancing price*, and In thla Is the
danger that, frightened by the declines,
farmers will crowd their cotton to
market and cause a further break.
Cotton is Intrinsic*lly worth more
than it i* selling for. and that there
will be a reaction In price Is just as
inevitable as It w^s that 17 cent- cot
ton would decline. A staple that does
not deteriorate in,quality, that like pig
Iron 1* as good 20 years hense aa now
when below the cost of production, aa
It is today, needs only to be held long
enough tn make certain of higher
figure*. Just how soon the tide will
turn no man can say. nor can, anyone
mty that It will not go lower tem
porarily. But the Smith'* policy today
should unquestionably be, not to burn
cotton, not to crowd It to market, but
to atore It and hold for the Inevitable
awing of the pendulum, and In the
meantime to plapt less acreage In cot
ton and more In diversified crop*. The
*ituatfon I* In this way abnnlutely In
control of the South Itself, and will
have no one but the Houth to blame If
It doe* not hold back permanently a
million or more bale.* and then reduce
It* acreage about 10 per cent, com
pared with last year. The South hold*
the dominating position. If it will
only use Its opportunity and market
Its cotton on business principles, then
it will secure a folr price.
“Outside of a few speculator* no
body wants such low prices. The spin
ner Is no more pleased at this terrific
break than the farmer. Now let the
Houth pull Itself together, show that
It can and will protect Its own Inter
ests, and It will receive the world’s
EUFAULA, Ala., Dec. 80.—S. Pearl-
man returned last night from a short
visit to Montgomery.
Ben Cooper, who hat been with
Burt’a barber shop here for aome time,
bis accepted a position In Dawson. He
left laat night for hi* new home.
Jim Stokes, who has had a position
the night police force, has tendered
resignation to accept a place with
J. B. Harrison, the cotton buyer, who
shot himself at Barnesville Wednesday,
had friends In Eufaula, who regretted
hear of the sad affair.
Alex Robinson, colored, was arrest-
on the train here tonight by police
officers on a warrant charging him
with robbing the residence of Frank
Robert* here on Christmas day.
The good roads movement in Bar
bour county Is sit ill going forward.
The river Is on quite a boom and
boat* are making schedule time. For
the last three month* they have been
unable to reach here on account of the
nand bar* and a insufficient amount
water. The river i* on quite a swell
now* and bids fair to remain that way
for some time.
W. A. Beverly and Miss Belle Mc
Kinnon of Clio, who were married in
Louisville yesterday, are visiting In the
Great Sailor*’ Home.
NEW YORK. Dec. 30.—Plan* for
the erection of the largest and most
completely equipped sailors* home In
the world, to be built In thl* city,
ore being prepared for the American
“eainens' Friend Society. Tho society
has on hand $750,000.
Henry A. Robert*/ a shipping mas
ter of the Henmen's Christian Associa
tion. said today.
“The building will contain quarter*
not only for seamen, but for captains,
engineers and others officers. A steam
tender will be used to transfer men to
and from ships, and captain* will be
Able to ship a full comnany, overy
member of which la sober, without
paying a cent of bonus."
The projector* of the undertaking
expect to deal the obnoxious “crimp
ing" system a death blow.
Gel* Strikes London.
LONDON, Dec. 36.—A fierce gnlo
from the Atlantic swept over the
united kingdom today. , Mountainous
sens were reported nlong the coasts.
A number of minor marine disaster*
were reported. The gale resulted in
an abnormally high tide on the eastern
coast of England Ip the Thamea estu
ary, producing serious flood* In the
low lying pnTt* of London, where hun
dreds of warehouse* and residence*
were inundated and serious damage
was done. It was the highest tide «t
London for many years, the water al
most overswceping tho Thamos em
bankment and the steps of Cleopatra's
needle being covered.
Mrs. Susan B. Massie.
CHILLICOTHE, O., Dec, 80.—Mrs.
Susan B. Massie. mother of D; Meade
Mnsslc, United States claim commis
sioner for Cuba, died today at Ashe
vllle. N. C. Her husband was a son
of Gen. Nathaniel Mussie, the founder
Capt. H. E. Smith.
8ALINA. Kan., Dec. 30.—Capt. Ham
ilton Exra Smith, inventor of the first
round bale cotton binding appliance,
and who was a member of the citizens'
committee of New York that overthrew
the Tweed ring, Is dead here, aged
Georgia eggs only 2(>cdo*on.
Flournoy & MoKonna.
A Protection Against Balls.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 80.— As the re
sult of Investigation made by direc
tion of Gen. Crosier, chief of ordnance.
It has been ascertained that among
1,760.000 blank cartridge* Issued last
summer to the regular And militia
troops, v whloh took rart In the ma
neuvers at Manassas. V*., and In Cal
ifornia. two ball cartridges were found,
one at the Virginia camp and tho oth
er In California. The person who
packed the car of California cartridge
was traced by the Initials on the box
and was promptly discharged. In the
Virginia case It was Impossible to
find tho offender. To guard against
the possibility of such occurrences In
the future. Gen. Crosier hns directed
that each box of blank cartridges shall
be weighed before sailing. The pres
ence of a ball cartridge can be easily
detected by this method.
Platt Complacently Confident.
NEW YORK. Dec, 30.—“I never re
tire when other people try to force me
to retire,” said Rena tor Platt today
when Informed there was a rumor that
former Governor Black Is to succeed
him In tho senate.
“I probably shall remain In the Uni
led Htntes senate as mng as I cn
had entertained the thought of resign
Ing If Mr. Black had been elected In
Senator Depew's place. I was as much
Interested In the return of Mr. Peptiw*
sa If I myself had been the rantfldate<
Speed Trial Postponed.
NEWPORT, R. I., Pee. 30.—The
speed trial of the protected cruiser
Chattanooga, which was to have been
today, was temporarily abandoned be
cause of a hiiow storm which make
the marks on shore Invisible from the
The engineering hoard which has
been supervising the standardizing of
tho cruiser's propellers, expect to fin
l*h tho work tomorrow and Capt. Day
ton, president of the trial board, hope*
to start Bumlay on the forty-eight
hour speed and endurance run and he
plans to have the Apish at Now York.
Congress Could End It.
CHICAGO, Dee. SO.—Edward
Whitney of New York declared today
before the American Political Science
and Economic associations that con
gress has the direct power to put an
end to the United States Steel Corpo
ration, the anthracite “coal pool” and
similar corporation*. He asserted that
a law fortdddlng a company engaged
In Interstate commerce to ongnge In
productive Industry would prohibit
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11, but the nppHc.tton rhnric'. th.t
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j Th. Wtnrt.or (Vmprtny Print Work.
for ftnl.hin, A flue crude of
JESSK »i. II VUT,
To Meet in New Orleans.
PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 30.—Upon
the Invitation of the president nnd fac
ulty of Tulane University andl the
commercial board of New Orleans, tho
American Association for the
vnneement of Science, tonight decided
to hold* the next meettng In New Or
lean* In 1905.
all business !
on ce 'Phone 4§T.
N*c»*t ‘Pr onm 760.
OPEN DAY AND NIQHT.
CLAY'S COFFIN STOR!:
From Chicago to Jacksonville.
CHICAGO. Deo. 80.—U was an-
nounced today that the Big Four rall-
oad will Inaugurate a new fast train
tourist travel to the Houth the first
of the new year. The new train, which
will be put on January 9. will leave
Chicago at l o'clock p. m. and will
cover the 1.200 miles to Jacksonville In
thirty hours. The new service will be
In connection with the Queen and | $150,000 Chicago Blast.
Crescent and Southern rallwaya. CHICAGO. Dec. SO.—Fire tonight
In addition to the Chicago flyer. » completely destroyed the repair barns
Noted Feudist Dead.
BLUF.FIELDS. \V. Va., Dec. 80.—
KHna Hatfield, noted for his connec
tion with one of the bitterest of the
mountain feuds, has been killed by
train ««* he was walking through
tunnel near here.
on good*. The unsteady cotton _ __ ^ ,„ r , wiimu
ket has affected a number of plants \ limited train* will be run by the Big j of the Chicago Union Traction Com-
western Massachusetts aerlously. ! j.- ollr lo Florida front Detroit. Toledo ; puny at Fortieth and Western avenues,
>ng them being. It is understood the am | Cleveland. t entailing a los* of $150,000
id»or Company. The concern I* | r . - - - - -
OPEN DAY AND MIGHT.
capitalised at $1,600,000. Its weekly
| rapacity Is about 83.060 pieces of cal
ico and 2.000 pieces of print cloth.
Tt 1* understood that the withdraw
al of heavy Interests In the company
by Boston capitalists about a year ago
contributed to the eompany'a dlfffcuJ.
| ties. T. 8. Evan Vsnleagh la presl-
I dent of tho company and among the
| director* Is Conurcwnuiii <lcnr,i> P.
I<awrence pf this city. About 560 men
! are employed at tho plant.
Acfdicks tho Bono.
DOVER. Del. Deo. $0.—The TegUls-
A rriahtoned Horss,
Running like made down the atreet.
Hurricane in Belgium.
It behooves everybody to havs | * terr ‘ t1r hurricane today, which also
A reliable Sstve hnndy, and there's c»u««d much damage to property.
none aa good *w Buchion's Arnica | - ■
Salve Burns, Cuts. Fores, Eczema nnd \ New Year’s Reception to Yoang Men.
Bites disappear qnlckly under ft* I According to the annual custom, the
soothing effect. *$c. at all drug Young Men’s Christtan Association.
- j *»*i»ted by the ladles auxiliary, will
keep open house to young men. espe
clnlly the-,» away from home, Tuesday.
January J. from 8 to 10 p. m. Art en
tertaining program will be presented
and a hearty welcome will be given
Jackson Public Schools.
JACKHON. Gu., Deo. 80.—Jackson'*
ubltc schools under the able manage
ment of Prof. W. P. Thomas, enrolled
urtng 1904 three hundred and twenty
dd pupils, tho largest attendance ever
it ta ex
y will have l
a who form
npen January 9.
bcted the seating
om posed of able
$0 —The steamer
>urg, Dover and
i of Mr*. Caasle
Fire Island at
.AS. FRt EMAN T. P
In Atlanta Theatres
Ch.ap R.tu to Atlanta via South.rn
Railway. Account Choice Theatrical
Attractions During January — Rate,
13.52 Round Trig.
For -Mother Gooca- Jan. 2-7, ticket,
! on oalo Jen. 3 and 6.
For -Enjlith Grand Opera,- Jan.
; 12,. tick.t, on oalo Jan. 17.
For “Bon Hur," Jan. 19-21. ticket,
sala Jan. 20. All tickcto to be lim
to one day eftar date of oalo.
Brj -ninj January 11th the fam
“Chicago and Florida Special'- will
l.ove Macon at 3:45 p. m. end or
At'anta 6:00 p, m.—two hour, and
iron mtnuUw-"|, doetn't Imitate,'
SPARTA, On., Dec. 30.—Mr. Foster
Harley of Soattle, Wash., la vialtlnp hla
Mr. J. W. Turner of Macon la
apendtnK the holldayn with relatives.
Mr. Robert C. Wilson has returned
hla duties In Athena after a few
days rest, /
Mrs. E. L. Fryer of Blakeley ta vls-
Itlng her parent^ Mr. and Mrs, I. X,.
Mr. Henry Moore haa aa his mient
thla week Mr, C. N. Guttenberger of
Mrs. W. H. Burwell la visiting rel
atives ln Atlanta.
Mr. Claude England of Columbus la
visiting hla parenta here.
Miss Grace Vardeman has returned
front a visit to Powelton.
Mrs. R. P. MeEvoy and children of
Macon. Dr. Allen Little of Atlanta and
Miss Florence ciancy of Jesup are vis
iting Judge nnd Mrs. F. I.. Little.
Mr. Tom Baxter, Mr. Henry Harris
nnd Miss Mattie Harris have returned
from Washington, Ga., where they at
tended the Barrett-Wlley wedding.
Among the college boys and girls
who ore spending vacations with their
parenta are Misses Agnes Orgaln. Zelle
Rosier. Virginia Coleman from Wes
leynn, Messrs. Woles Thomas, Tom
Fleming from Orford, McTlere Lewis,
William Lewis Jind, Richard Graves
from Stone Mountnlnf 8 'Jd Miss Mary
Thomas from Athens.V, 7
Miss Emilio Graves entertained on
Tuesday at a R o’clock luncheon. Covers
were laid for seven and those present
were. Misses Agnes Orgaln, Elisabeth
and Kmllle Graves. Messrs. Henry
Mopro, of Culverton, Joe Turner ot
Macon. George Pierce of Atlanta and
Luther Moate of Devoreux.
Tho social event of the season wa:
tho reception given Wednesday even
Ing by Mrs. Clinch to Mr. and Mrs
Kyle Alfflend. The beauty of her old
colonial homo was enhanced by an
abundance of holly and Southern aml-
Inx nnd wax tapers were visible every
where. eymbollslng Christmas tide. The
guests were received ln the parlor by
Mrs, Clinch, Mr. nnd Mrs. Kyle Al-
frlend. Mr. and Mrs. Watts Alfrlend,
Dr. nnd Mrs. Lnmnr and Miss Neppie
Hunt. The dining room was decorated
In white nnd green and elaborate
courses were served. At the honorees’
places miniature brides were given aa
favors. About eighty guests enjoyed
Mra. Clinch's hospitality.
Has Heard Ms Complaints.
WASHINGTON, Dec, 30.—Replying
lo newspaper statements to the effect
that the Panama cnnnl employes sre
dlasatlsded with conditions on the
Isthmus, Admiral Walker said todny
that he knew nothing of any such
complaints except what he had read
In the papers.
-'Nor.'- said he. "can I believe that
there Is foundation for the reports
There nre 300 or 400 Americans em
ployed there. They receive about 26
per cent, more pay than men employ
ed In like positions In the United
Biates and In addition nre either aup-
plled with quarters or allowed * per
cent, of their salary with wjilch to
“If," the admiral went on. “the men
there are dlsaatlafled. they are not
compelled lo remain: they can come
away when they are ready and there
will be othera to take their placea. as
may be judged from the fact that we
have on hand 7.000 or 8,000 applica
tions for their places."
Want Whipping Post
WASHINGTON. Dec. 30.—The local
grand Jury. In making Its final report
for the present term of the supreme
court for the District of Columbia, to-
recommended the establishment
of tbe whipping poet in the district.
The question has been conalderably
agitated ever since tho president, in
his last annual message, recommended
corporal punishment for wife beaten
tn the District of Columbia.
recommendation that persona
about to be married must produce ev
idence of freedom of disease la de
For Men of
Try, and be convinced th*. this
is the best and oldest
In the United States. Dfceet from
Eight Years Old.
By the Gallon
Four Full Quarts,
Send for our Price List.
506, 508, 510, 512 Fourth St Macon, Ga.
& FLORIDA RY.
IiOCAI. TIME TABLE
Effective October 23, 1904.
11 20 Lv .
12 10 Lv .
12 29 Lv .
12 47 Lv ••
1 10 Lv .
1 45 Lv .
2 OSlLv .
2 21 Lv .
2 30 Lv .
3 10 Lv .
3 31 Lv .
3 44 Lv .
3 49 Lv ,
4 35 Ar ,
4 45 Lv .
5 25 Lv .
6 10 Lv ,
6 50 Lv .
7 12 Lv .
7 32 Lv .
8 10 Ar .
. Macon .
. Kathleen .
, Grovania .
. Unadilla .
. Vienna .
. Cordele .
. Asbburn .
. TiKon .
. Lenox .
. Sparks .
. Adel .
. Valdosta .
. Valdosta .
. Haylow .
. Fargo .
. Baxter .
. Cutler .
. Crawford .
4 45 Lv .
5 14 Lv .
5 28 Lv .
5 S3 Lv .
6 29 Lv .
7 00 Lv .
7 52 Lv ,
8 16 Lv .
8 30 Lv ,
. Valdosta .
. Lake City .
. Hampton .
. Grnndln .
. Palatka. .
THE NEW SLEEPERS
now running on Train, 3 and 4 between Macon and
Jacluonville, via Valdoita, are twelve lection Drawing-
Room Buffet cat, Pintach gaa lighted, and up to the Pullman
•tandard in all their appointmenu.
These sleepers are open for occupancy, leaving Macon,
at 9:30 p.m., and passengers can remain in sleeper until
7:00 a.m. on arrival at Macon.
Sleeper, between Macon 1
‘ am Sleepers between W
Loo!., Mo., ud Chtcaen, m. „ , - . _
No.. 1 end 2 are .olid train, between Macon and Palatka. and carry Through
Coach between Macon and Jacksonville.
1. H. RAPFTERY. D. P. A
Judge Parker Leaea Caae.
NEW YORK 1 . Dec. JO.—Alton
Parker, former Democratic candidate
for prealdent, received a reveree In the
first caae he argued berore the court of
appenla atnee hta retirement from the
bench. Judge Parker appeared a
month ago ln a ault Involving 140,(60.
The court today diamlaaed the appeal
Big Fire at Little Reek.
LITTLE ROCK. Dec. SO.—The Cun
ningham Company-* plant and Little
Rock Furniture Manufacturing Com
pany. tbe Utter owned by Memphla
people, U burning. Loee thua far
1100.060. The Are in not under con-
Killed by Falling Walla.
BERLIN. Pee. SO.—During a violent
•torus In North Germany four penanna
were killed and a number Injured by
Thera will bo an addrea* of Intemt
to men Sunday at 4 r m. by Mr. Oto.
H. Walker at tho Young Men's Chris
tian A asocial Ion. Hla subject will be
-personal Influence.” Mr. Walker Is a
practical ipeaker, a man of experienea
and It win be worth the while of every
young man to attend this meeting.
inability to grant
s request for "your
you haven't one
that does you Jus
tice is no excuse.
We will furnish
one or more three
days after you fa
vor us with a alt-
made ln our studio
are perfect in pose*
detail and finish.
They enhance all
the good features
of the subject
are true likenesses
without being cold
161 Cotton Ave.
VALDOSTA SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
6 I $ I 1
4 40 4 46| 9 40
I 05 6 OS 10 %
Add S—YTIf tr Oils
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all persons con
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