Thomasville Daily Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 1, 1902, Thomasville, Georgia 252 Y 1, 1903. J PER Sale Are Friends March 30 reaty of between tbe States and Spain will be signed as soon as Bellamy be States returns to Mr. is at present in the United Garfield March 30.James I. a son of tbe late has accepted of civil service tendered bim about lO days ago by President le takes tbe place to be vacated on tbe first of April by Mr. A. Hay Be March 30 reflected by additional returns from a majority of the counties point to a victory for James P. Clarke for United States senator over Senator James though his majority on joint ballot will probably not ex ceed values for this week only of fresh and seasonable goods for early spring wear for waists and consisting of the White India Lawn 40 inch iWhite Checked Lot Linen polka Batiste Colored goods will be sold at this price for The best bargains ever m No samples of these goods will be during this March 30 Reports from the flooded districts of Tennessee estimate tbe damage resulting from the storm of rain and wind will reach Twenty-two lives are believed to have been A Small fire department was called out yesterday morning by an alarm of Qre on Jefferson just back of the Stuart It proved to be the Coulter a small frame occupied by Mrs Bessie The roof caught from a and burned a small ' The department was on hand promptly and the Are which did but little noon and within two hours of another fire in the same alarm of fire was sent in. It turned out to be the office building of the Whiddon Variety corner Jefferson and Stephens and diagonally the street from the Coulter which caught during the morning Tbe firemen were on hand and soon had a stream on the which appeared to be tbe roof on the front end of the Mr. Whiddon had no the damage was very slight It in thought that both fires were caused by sparks from a near by smoke Cholera at Manilla March 30.During the last three days have ten new cases of cholera here and four deaths from the F. A. has received here of t le death of P. at where he was on Mr Branch was the predecessor oi Mr. having served tbe church here two ' He was one of the most devoted men in the Methodist Ee was about 70 years old and bad given almost his whole life to tbe There was no more faithful worRer in the vineyard of the Lord than this soldier of the cross He leaves a wife and three Sunday near Mrs. U. J. wife of Burrel Mrs. Ward was a daughter of Rev. J. B. She leaves three children and many relatives and friends to mourn her Tbe was a most excellent a devoted and a loving Mrs. Ward was buried on Monday at the Hancock burying and we Advertise we What we Sell Advertises by the night of the 24rb Mr. Benjamin living six miles north of lost his two and harness by Tbe fire occurred about cause unknown There no Mr Simmons is a hard working farmer and can ill afford to bear tbe Any assistance which may be rendered by his friends will be fully hoped that a generous public will do something for Mr. He deserves some Many of oor readers will remember Major during his visits made a bust of These will read with Interest the following from the Morning Roosevelt has appointed Capt. D. F. of 6'rankfort, maior by brevet conspicuous gallantry in action at March 15, 1900, and near July 6, 1900.' He will take lanb from the former above appears in this morning's ing been wired it by its special Washington The of warm friends of the gallant officer wilt rejoice in this of his bravery and efficiency while in Maior Allen has hie country in three rising from the ranks to an honored in the great civil and being sorely wounded while fighting for the dag at and the clouds of war again hovered over the land and the president called for volunteers to fight Spain he was the first to report an Indiana company at camp ready for when acall was made for volunteers to cross tbe sea and subdue the insurrection in the be again stepped forward and no better company marched aud fought in tbe tropics than Co. 88th D 8. V. The Major D. F. Methodist church was turned over to the women on day The Women's Foreign Missionary the Wynn and Missionary all joined in tbe which were by Mrs. Wardlaw of work for the past twenty five years were interesting talk was made by Mrs. of Other ladies taking part were Mrs. Miss Minnie and Mias Ermine Black Ooe of the pretty features of the occasion was a recitation by a little Mildred exercises largely at tended and deeply A which amounted to quite a was taken up for mission Oscar Groover left on Sunday afternoon for Lake where he goes to enter the military school at that Easter J. P. Wardlaw made two young people happy on Easter Sunday by uniting them in the holy bonds of Tbe bride was MiBB Lizzie Melton and groom Mr. Bort E. Tbe was of a surprise to their Through youthful eyes they soo the future tinged with May all their bright anticipations be fully BY 31, 1902. New York futures are quoted 31, 1902. New York futures are quoted 79 opened closed Middling 8 9-16. 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