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Thomasville Weekly Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 23, 1908, Thomasville, Georgia SOUTH GEORGIA FRIDA 2Sr 1908. pf Polls in Three States Show Large 10.Majising all 1 of of the the the of Irom the today teke of what he the of lanj presidential J. but lier Democratic speakers of United States the state in ain to capture New York's lor the democratic Mack asserts that be elected by a and of this he his arrival here polls maide in many of the doubtful Chairman am firmly that Bryan elected by a last two I have a poll to be by in hundreds of precincts iu and Ohio for the of obtaining the of losses over four The results of that poll were instances have the reports to me the of 1osb in this state to be Vm tiMUi 25 per and im Erie the to the Republicans 7n as as forty cent. ly large losses to the were not only in Ohio and but in twelve other states two parties are figurea mean only one election by That aire correct and based on polle is shown the fact that I directed precinct captains 1 submit their report the names of with their Intended to vote for to come in yesterday was famous Sandy Bottom by citizens of the Ida Burns and George Puckett seemed to have principals and were fighting Bind lat a live Both very bloody when the fight fwas George pasted in the kead with a Coca Cola bottle and the with George's was fined 120.00 and cost and Ida May woonan tried to separate 1&im and was thereby accused of lan accomplice of she was with no the negro was found guilty of sleeping In hack on streets and received a fine of one dollar and Another case against for leaving tilB hack and hoarse was Walton ooie of the street became involved in a toee with down In the Bottom and some very and decisive profanity Lula protected ber Judge was to he ligM in jUer case and fined her tent and The girl Addle Brown was flor fighting and was fined five and Howart negro was tlie same doso for ther same Cromarti Irene 3miith, who KmI the in the BoMom of that the po iSia bota of imn aad AT AU Moderator In Phrase at trie Oct. 21.(Special to a took in of the Association thila H. Moultrie offered following appears a spirit of moire or over the great state of this its In mob amd night rider violence and often for very slight as with the Baptists of have stood for law and the procedure of and the enforcement of the it that as tan ourselves on record as opposed to mob aad and rider and to the judgment of our people to that law is and enforced by the orderly procedure of our Clark stated in offering the resolution the had to put down all mob Rev. J. M. on his The women were holding a meeting dn an and at this time were said the you hear those May its when I fail to them under - all law or no mob T. A. White upheld and took the position that the of the law must be recognized asid when the of an unmentionable crime was caught and the evidence of his guilt was an outraged public was excusable in executing him at But after hie larrest the law Should take its and no man was to the Jaw in his own Clark a ringing in support tihe showing the damage of letting the mob take the law into his position eaid was In lavor of the but he objected to the made all mob law should bo There was one crime for which there was but remedy and he would not vote to put it down under any remarks were received with enthusiasm and there was signs of R. H. said there was but lone answer for any Baptist and that was every soul be subject to the higher was unanimously BAPTIST Days fall of Finishes and Oct. 21(special to second day of the of the Mercer Baptist was fully as interesting as the Among the interesting atters which was presented the the pi B. Y. P. was done by Mr. also spoke on that and tbe work in for the report of was presented 0&arollid in ithe law special DRINKS COURT OPENED ACID to Take His Life Mitchell Three C by a negro waiter in the the Three C. cafe drank an ounce carbolic acid yesterday in the rear of the Th j Monday evening a postal card dusky friend of in the city which seems to have beein cause of the act. He ap for work as usual yesterday morning and little disturbed the love ten o'clock fhe head waiter of the Tom missed James and went into the rear if the place to search He found lying the floor oi ante moun foaming lat the mouth and aa empty of carbolic acid on the Little was summoned lat once and bringing a stomach pump and other needed such a icase managed a minutes work to bring out all The negro was then taken home in a hack by bis Love letter was found the table which he had probably just written It was In a Mitchell bouse envelope to Mrs. S. the person being the one whom he was living at the The letter was very short and contained the Is God is Jessie Goodie is the cause of it post card supposedly sent him last night by his girl was also found on the table in the negro was a brother of Victor Whitemore who formerly worked at the post office and who was dead in the basement where he had apparency fallen while at his It also reported that his sister at some time committed suicide by taking carbolic negro is young twenty years old and been working at the cafe for saome Mr. Saxon the manager says that he has been faithful to his duties and gave any He never exhibited of melancholia or worry before this It is thought that the troubles of the youthful love caused the to menace of bling tigers and the duty of all good citizens to add in ithe out of the daring sale of liquor dn of law and the sentiment of the of the committees on and missions iwere then After presenting their Mufi in favor oi J. J. secretary of the State Mission who la speech well worthy of the attention of his leport of the committee on literature was presented by Rev. E. of and repo t of ithe home by tt i B. of Pino of han lling the to them careful the sermon will be by Rev. T. A. White The will conclude its duties land will adjourn for this of Mr. News was received in this city yesterday of the death of Mr. O. M. lof after a short Mr. Wood was a of Mrs. A. A. of this and well known be baa visited a number of Dr. A. left Cossady and lo Charge to True Tuesday's Robert G. Mitchell opened the October term of Superior Court yesterday morning at ten o'clock Solicitor Sheriff Clerk Groover and Stenographer Britt were on for Ilie jury and tafter a few moments that they had las their They were then sworn in by the and the Judge began hia was clear and to tas required by their various He the game the Jaw against the carrying of and other minor He impressed them also wath fact that they were to hunt for any crime against the state and to without fear or and a true return to the also impressed upon them the fact of their duties in regard to the books of the tax receiver and assessment oi taxes they might fit to He intrusted to them the care of the county and also Impressing upon them the importance of a thorough and jury then retired and began their work and the petit jury was sworn in and the trial of divorce cases iwere tried during of the forenoon and until the in the afternoon at four true bills were turned the court as a result of the deliberation of the Grand One Mr. J. T. who killed Mr. M. some four months in a in other was against the negro killed another negro some time The third was for a against a negro All with the exception of the last are in the county they will probably dispose of other cases of a simiLar and then they will tackle the affair caused so trouble and excitement in this some three The as made of the civil will be started promptly at eight-thirty this to continue through The next weeK will be devoted to the criminal business of the court and several important trials are to take two murder one a white and the by the Grand of the Wnton abduction with interest at fever all over the this will prove one of the terms in the past two IN Darkies Have Time Crowd a large crowd gathered morning to witness a scrap of the old time near Bob Mitchell's store In the Negro Mary Cromarti and Irene by a succession of or of the kind together and the fun One pulled the others Knd the other retaliated biting the other fn Ill ere were no nor were tiie blue snins in so there warn no feelings were at the bj the them in police after to W. T. of In HM Jury Several Trae Wednesdays perhaps one of the most as far tas the work of Grand Jury was for the past five This body of men were busy until their in the with cases that materially concerned the condition of Many witnesses Were brought before thie body land was of a the motst unexpected the events oi true a prominent man in charged Illicit relations with an equally principally the young as to the guilt of the man land he was arrested in the upon a sworn out after the adjournment the grand gave a five hundred dollar bond and was He legal service fight the wihen dt comes up this will be Is The bond is to appear before the city were also bills against houses in this city land been sworn out for This work will continue until the whole moral rottenness the city is done with atmosphere Is clean and far as legal action can make of a very nature have been going the rounda of city of other in these but so far as has been ascertained they have been rumore and tare not founded the slightest part of proof or is that the abduction muddle will be Investigated All the exception of Miss Linton and Mr. Green are In the city and for Miss will be in the cdty tonight and Mr. Green whole time in the big court was taken up yesterday in the trial of fhe case of versus This it will be was from the decision He some months It involves the validity of the will of Mr. Joe in which he left all property to his brother Mr. Moses Williams and his Tihey the will was made and signed in the presence of these The children of the other brother land sister are The case will probably take up the part of today before it will be allowed to go to the Messrs. Branch of Quitman and Mitchell of this city represent one and are by Messrs. and CASE IS Jury Continues Their Mitchell id viile Baptists in the Oct. 20.(Special to meeting the Mercer opened today la The old of were Rev. J. M. W. and In accepting the Position Barton that this would he laat with as he accepted a caai to W The tn s of tke Jury of were not repeated has been buef all the but their work did not touch the of of the In thla were and their the true returned by grand bad them and will be arrested soon as they can be other case of yesterday that against Bob Thomaa county's far-famed land a truel was found against and he arrested The case brother and will be gone into at Abduction Thomas has working upon the and now where he ican state they will come before jury ait onca His witnesses have been oyer la wide area and it baa taken aome time land trouble to get them With other matters of grave Importance for solution he has had than one inian could well attend has t* the emergency and wlM get cleared up he Im Linton and Mr. Green will be here according to their own and will be ready before thiat body any time will be called The case will be started but some time and a if is Trial of the Williams whole of yesterday was taken up the trial of the case of Williams versus continued from the day Four of the attorneys in the oase made speeches lall were and Mr. of the argument and was followed by Mr. Mr. J. F. Mitchell then spoke for about an hour and was followed by Mr. who concluded argument at five usual concise and they left the room at five In a time they returned a verdict that the will should It is that the carry the to Supreme was given by Mr. Editor of the Moultrie Observer and replied very by Dr. R. H. The introductory sermon waa then preached by Rev. A. J. Taylor of W. B. 3tane, of read the report of the Sunday School committee and gave 'a very interesting talk on the other work was and a splendid start In the first days interest was by and the meeting this year to be of the usual Sunday's Judge Berry C. Johnson of Patten district a nuptial knot thia past Two people desired to live lives In each came Ho and did In fine Tibe was Bern of and cube of the in hi froon They ii near R. H. of
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