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Thomasville Daily Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 24, 1902, Thomasville, Georgia V 195 Y PEB OUR There are a number of on our are other words the have not up for a la almost every instance these are amply able pay the we want i we need we need it Statements will be mailed to all who are in arrears on the first of and if they are as have been in the trouble to the office to find out why your paper not We run tlie machine without We p urch ased a ra an output of yards la 5 and 6 le of edging and These goods are the very designs and best productions of will put 3 Lots on beginning No. 1. yards of narrow and medium edging and at 5c. be good value at No. 2. yards M and cambric edging and inserting at worth to 2'^C, yards nainsook edging and at 15c. - it Others Ga Jan. 23, 190' EDITOR am check is proof of the will pro cUfe fpr if not re 1 needed to be bit and so did other of ' needs to be bit hard and hit In several places and hit several times in each treatment of its is You can't say this or endorse it when I say but as I am firing as Sam Joues would the after 1 have partly can afford to take the Your paper has apt you wanted to make nor all we bue it is a better paper than we deserved Now I move while I have the that air the hit ffo to work and make the all that you want it to be and make Thom the best town j Yoy have of y ou r partly aroused and the soon be wide on its feet and sing ing with zest firm a in or out ' of the celebrated at Jersey Farm in a very happy day being a number of her friends took occasion to call and ly her many happy turns of the Our hostess also received many pretty tokens of the high esteem in which sbd is the evening as a surprise the guests in thei house to the dining by a charming young northern dressed b delicate gray a lady very prettily gowned in carrying cake appropriately lighted with in honor of the The evening was passed merrily in rHr - of notice of W. Dillon about Jellico It makes a grate Divorce and 0.; that began early Tuesday morning has violence until this morning it isa veritable The the sof the winter and has street and rail A. high wind has accompanied the fall of V ji i r newest styles in Spring Dress and Jackson Howard W. Hightower and days in home last tt i a a e 11 w ere ri e n Wednesday at the home of near the The young couple are very and have many friends them much and Mrs. W. their and New ed % visiti the McCartney Is presi dent of the board of trade in a bistling little which more than doubled its population in the last two Justus C. Strawbridge and of arrived yesterday and have occupied their on the park Mr. and Mrs. Strawbridge have many friends in Thomasville and their return to the land of sunshine and pines is a source of pleasure to all of C. nee Minnie came down from Louisville yesterday on a visit to home folks and the negro postmaster at will be replaced with a white dispatch from Washington the president has determined The postmasters in the south are baling a hot The is being charged with foot near any postmaster of on the Referring to his a Washington to the Constitution hard fight is being made Postmaster of and papers containing some very serious him have been sent to These grow out of a divorce suit brought who named prim berry as It is understood Major Brimberry claims that liters by which were part of the evidence in the were written for and that the affidavit of this arro man is on file to substantiate this It is also claimed matter has been passed by the church of which berry is a member and that be has been exonerated Hia on his way to Washington to file charges and manage his fight Gussie daughter ot Mr. R. I. the most prominent and successful farmers of y will be the guest of Fanny Mitchell for some Misi is one of accomplished and charming ypung ladies of Brooks i and Mrs. H. B. Harding of New are the guests of Mrt at the latters on Dawson of New and M. M. of Jack were registered at the Mitchell A t the Woods yesterday W. Miss A. Mrs. Mrs. Eugene and Leopold Mrs. J. E. Regina Hammond returned last night from trip op the 1' v-i 1^-J i hotels are filling MARKET DAILY BY BL 23, 1902; futures aire quoted as follows Sat. 7.9). 795. 15-J6, - Savannah opened Middling 7 13-16 Receipts 5,700. 71)6 8.02 Further Following Goods to Close Oxford grey 56 inches wide inch heave Skirting in brown and black 50 inch same shades beautiful line of imported Waisting 25 19c line rf shown this the quality at 10c, and the lOc one at 8c. All colored dress and at Broad we inaugurate a grand clearance will leave in a short time for to bay spring goods for will be no lm a M to couvert the will never have like this to secure bargains and if you need any thing in our line you wijl be an not to take advantage of this mean what we say and we will bt happy to see you and serve you in the sale commences 1st and continues until further soon and get the House j
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