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Thomasville Daily Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 24, 1902, Thomasville, Georgia - V V J ü i VOL. XII--ÑO 195 TBIÖM: ISVÍLLE, QE0RGIA; tólU^ Y morning; JAÍÍ^ $5*00 PEB MNUM l'i ,M:..-)v í «í; ii'-'iíí'-l'i-i'• íl Ì OP TO OUR SUBSCRiB6RS. There are a number of nainea on our BubscriptiDQ „bobka ^bat are dfiited "way bac^;"|n other words the parlies have not p^id up for "quite a while." la almost every instance these delinqaeiits are amply able pay the prin» ter. Gentlemen, we want i the' money; we need it—and we need it ri^ht now. Statements will be mailed to all who are in arrears on the first of February, and if they are ignored, as the;^ have been in the pafefe. dbn'f trouble to tele-phoue the office to find out why your paper ..was not delivered. We cah^t run tlie machine without steam. - > V We p urch ased . a ; ra an ufact-urer's] Sfitnple output of Em-broii-ríes,, C;)|iáisUng-800 yards la 5 and 6 yard, le igth3 of edging and inserU ings. These goods are the very néwest designs . and best productions of thÍ6 selison. . We will put 3 Lots on sale, beginning Monday, Lot No. 1. 200 yards of narrow and medium edging and in-serling at 5c. ¡A^'ould be good value at loc, ^ Lot No. 2. 350 yards M ..^naitisook and cambric edging and inserting at lOc, worth ......15 to 2'^C, ...... tinen 10 Lpt,No. p. : r^OO yards of"^ nainsook edging and sertiog at 15c. - Yotf suredly • %óáWcóíMdlr' : it a4)argain at-25c^ We and in- as- Let Others Folíoiw.. Thomasville, Ga , Jan. 23, 190Ï' EDITOR riMEs-ENTBRPRiSB: ; I am hit. The, ,ôDçlo8«d check is proof of the fact. 'It will pro cUfe fpr ipei iD.dalgeoce, if not re lease. 1 needed to be bit and so did éver;^ other /home ^ of j'our paper. ' Thomaevillê needs to be hit, bit hard and hit In several places and hit several times in each place, It^ treatment of its hotiie'papei^ is fl^shame You can't say this or endorse it when I say it, but as I am firing as Sam Joues would éay "Into the hole," after 1 have partly emerged, Í can afford to take the risk. Your paper has apt biean^áll you wanted to make it, nor all we desired, bue it is a better paper than we deserved Now I move while I have the floor, that air the hit ffo to work and make the Times-Eoterprise all that you want it to be and make Thom asvilie the cleanest, prettiaet, brifrhtestaud best town ôn e^ribl j Yoy have on,e mit^^mbe^ of y ou r ftlèe^ng^' cbngtègkîiba partly aroused and he.hopes-'tbat the en-tiré coDgre((ation w,iií soon be wide awake, on its feet and sing ing with zest "how firm a foundation," etc. Yours, in or out .of debt, " ' ' One of the bit. . , , ^ A5,Jer5ey;.Fa|!mr I, Mrs . Cbaslftiuia hirtbday-jwaB celebrated yesterday, at Jersey Farm in a very happy manner« The day being fine, a number of her friends took occasion to call and offer,congratulations, sincere* ly «wishing her many happy re* turns of the day. Our hostess also received many pretty tokens of the high esteem in which sbd is heldv'v^-..-^:.' 5^ ^ la the evening as a surprise the guests in thei house proceeded» to the dining room,led by a charming young northern la^dy dressed b delicate gray costume,and a Chat» tanooga lady very prettily gowned in blue, carrying a^ la'rgé'birtbdàT cake appropriately lighted with tapers, in honor of the birthday. The evening was passed merrily in games, ^ »osUf; rHr ft^literaTy character. - '' One of th^ Gupets. -See notice of J, W. Dillon about Jellico coil. It makes a grate fire. A Divorce suit With End. a Thomasville Snow and Blizzard. Cleveland, 0.; Jan snow storm that began early Tuesday morning has increased^in violence until this morning it isa veritable .bMs^ard.^, The gnowtall is, the beavieat sof the winter and has greatlV jinpeded' street and sieaml rail «7ay traffic. A. high wind has accompanied the fall of snowi are showing the • I'r's-.j 'i' V V' ji ■ iiJiii'i i r ■ i.' newest styles in Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Sliieri Broad and Jackson Sts, —AflENT POB— - Staridard Patterns, Crosseti's Shoe?», Duchess Trousers, Howard Hats. What weJAdvertise we;Sftil, WhatlwelSell .Advertises Us. Üoi. J, W. Hightower and wife, wiio.ha^éBibe^fìè|tóiÌBgÌ8everal days in Atlanta, leturned ! home last night. ■ Í ' ' .........I............................... L tt i a a x^ e 11 w ere "mar ri e d^Ò n Wednesday at the home of the bride near J^iro, ^ Revi_____J -B , Wiglit p^rforined the marriage-ceremony. The young couple are very popular, and have many friends who-will wisli them much happiness. ' ----• ■>.-'—— , . J Mr. and Mrs. iileo, W. MisSim' en, their deag<htey,'MifiS JLóckiè,. and granddangbter,Dorot.hy^ Morgan,of New Comerstdfwn, Ó »arriv ed yesterdàf fo1r % visiti wiiib'Ìbefir life-lonj^ friends, the McCartney famiiy: -Mr. ~MiirkiWeu Is presi dent of the board of trade in a bistling little city, which more than doubled its population in the last two years. Mr, Justus C. Strawbridge and wife,- of Philadelphia, arrived yesterday and have occupied their eleiiantWinter Bòbe on the park front. 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 them. Mrs. Wm. C. Huston, nee Mia» Minnie Dillon, came down from Louisville yesterday on a visit to home folks and friends. Pink Morton, the negro postmaster at Athens, will be replaced with a white man. This, dispatch from Washington says, the president has determined upon. The postmasters in the south are baling a hot time. The ?postmasler ^at .iCba^|.,tanooga^ is being charged with running,a foot near the; Qity unincumbered' 'laf any clothing, .while, postmaster Brimberry, of Alba;ny'i48 on the tack. Referring to his ¿ase a dispatbh from^ Washington to the Constitution sayf-: ' • "A hard fight is being made .against Postmaster Briioberiy, of Albany, and papers containing some very serious (jharges agaiuet him have been sent to Washington. These grow out of a divorce suit brought li^'ii'ifi^ ffea^tfilF i& = Thomas-vi|le who named prim berry as co-re^pon^^H^bt^ .. divorce . was granted. It is understood Major Brimberry claims that liters ivi^ritten' by himself, which were part of the evidence in the case,. were written for a> negrd maUj and that the affidavit of this ne* . arro man is on file to substantiate this defense. It is also claimed tbatihb matter has been passed ji^pn by the church of which berry is a member and ^ that be has been exonerated Hia ^rin* Aipal pppoo^ut» !3ilbei^, .i8 on his way to Washington to file ¡these charges and manage his fight " Miss Gussie Denmark, daughter ot Mr. R. I. Denmark, oWof the most prominent and successful farmers of Gebrgia,arrived y ester-aayand will be the guest of 'Miss Fanny Mitchell for some time. Misi Gusei« is one of tfee^ost accomplished and charming ypung ladies of Brooks county.., i rV Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Harding of New York, are the guests of Mrt Humphreys, at the latters win'^-^ home, on Dawson street. William Manenhoff, of New York, and M. M. Cooper, of Jack couville, were registered at the Mitchell yesterday. ; A t the Pipey.^ Woods yesterday : Mrs". W. B.'iierger,' Miss Berger, A. B;Berg^r, plnv:?!*, (^of-! Ì- M' Piemmingi Jecksonville; Mrs. Ma-tjScEiiipDaibrii.^aiMtaore; Mr4 and. Mrs. Eugene Joqes,£tigene Jones, y^r"^; and mailfi^Naw Yor«; St^feli Tate, Atlanta; Leopold Mayar, Mrs. J. E. Mahler, Regina Mabler,' Chicago. f- " Capt. Hammond returned last night from à trip op the road. -J > ; ÍMi ¿i J I 1' l: i'-Vj I.-/ v-i J clearance-sale ■5ÍI/-Í l'i! 1^-J ' i i • • . <• , i .... , The hotels are filling up. MARKET REPORT. OORRECTBD DAILY BY SAMÜ BL W. Mays & Company. Jan 23, 1902; ■ New'Yotk futures aire quoted as follows today; open." close. Sat. Close /ai!u... .... 7.9). . .7.95. MMob . 795. '8.0« Mij-i & 8.01- ^ ,813^ ■ Closed dull. > - ' 'sSVaiin^h^^diill.-^ MiddlingX 15-J6, - . . Savannah opened dull. Middling 7 13-16 Receipts 5,700. 7:s-9 . 71)6 ■ 8.02 ! UntH Further Notice we -will op'e'er, The Following Goods to Close Out: One pioce Oxford grey skirtiag, 56 inches wide at 30 inch heave Kerfey Skirting in navy, brown and black at .....: 'r'- 'V. ....., ■ , Were, 50 centS' 54 inch Repellaht same shades at $1.35 A beautiful line of imported Waisting at Were 25 cents. 44c 19c xPreitiest line rf Flaneletts shown this season, the .I5C quality at 10c, and the lOc one at 8c. All colored dress p;oods, Jacket, Cape% and Blanicpts at cost. Simo» 105 Broad stremi CommenciDg iodaj, Jaouary Ist, we inaugurate a grand clearance sale, cov- . ili- enng. e^^êry dep^rtmèni: bif We will leave in a short time for New ft-,. York to bay spring goods and'mmust 4 room for them. Prices will be no objecV o^J. lm be- Í 'V .■vd 'úy a M i. J ing to couvert the goo^ H'- You will never have another, . ^pportu« ûîty like this to secure bargains and if you need any thing in our line you wijl be doing yourself an iujastioe not to take advantage of this sale. We mean what we say and we will bt happy to see you and serve you in any^way Reme.inber the sale commences Jaiu 1st and continues until further notice. Come soon and get the pick. mil une u. MUciieU House Bhcle. \ \ , .V-"- : j V-'
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