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The Cairo Messenger, July 15, 1904

Mr. W. E. Sanders and family visited homefolks Sunday.

Mr. H. J. Hart paid the county site a visit last Sunday.

Dr. W. M. Searcy was among the visitors to Thomasville Friday.

Will Miller was a visitor to homefolks Saturday and Sunday.

Mr. W. L. Poulk left for his home at Kissimmee, Fla., on Saturday last.

Dr. W. A. Walker was called to Climax last week on professional business.

Mr. E. P. Trulock of Whigham was among the prominent visitors Thursday.

Miss Evans of Troy, Ala., is the charming guest of her cousins, Misses Jones.

Mrs. W. J. Hall of Chipley, Fla., is the guest of Mrs. B. W. McManeus this week.

Marvin Butler visited friends and relatives at Camilla on Sunday last.

Miss Annie Johnson is the guest of Mrs. Z. F. Booth this week.

Selling out to move. See advertisement in this paper. D. L. Duren

Mr. C. M. Muggridge was a visitor to the county site this week.

Rev. T. A. White of Thomasville, filled his regular appointment here Sunday.

Sheriff Fordham of Bainbridge was among the visitors to the city this week.

Miss Pearl Butler of Calvary is the pleasant guest of Miss Maud Sutton this week.

We are glad indeed to note the Forcie Clifford is again at his post of duty, after slight illness.

Mr. E. M. Maxwell and mother was the guests of Mrs. W. C. Wallace of Attapulgus two days last week.

Work has begun on the residence of H. M. Evans on New St., W. A. Sarrette is the contractor.

Mr. T. E. Thrower the hustling general agent for the Manhattan has been in the city for the past week.

Mr. Jno. B. Crawford was in Whigham the first of the week finishing up his pear shipments for the season.

Every Tuesday and Saturday after this date Miss J. D. Brown & Co. will sell their Summer Millinery at ACTUAL COST.

Representative Jno. R. Singletary was a visitor to the city this week, and reports things moving on nicely in the lower house.

Marvin Butler returned from Live Oak, Fla., last Friday afternoon, where he has been the guest of his brother. During his absince he also visited White Springs.

Mr. H. C. Cannon is spending this week at Drifton, Fla., looking after the interest of the Cannon Co., they have a stave factory at this point.

The Cairo Messenger, August 5, 1904

Mr. E. G. Kolbie visited Camilla Saturday.

Mr. Jno. F. Howard, our efficient tax assessor was in town Saturday last.

Miss Delia Crawford returned Monday from a visit to friends and relatives at Whigham.

Messrs. B. M. Johnson and E. E. Hurst were visitors to Meigs Sunday last.

Miss Maud Powell of Bainbridge was the guest of Mrs. L. B. Powell Saturday last.

Mr. and Mrs. B. H. McManeus of Valdosta are in the city the guests of relatives.

Cullie McManeus and Hansell Hurst left Monday for Panacea Springs to spend several days.

Misses Lollie and Nora Stephens of Boston are visiting relatives near town this week.

Mrs. S. A. Crapps of Alaga, Ala., is the guest of here sister, Mrs. L. B. Powell this week.

Mr. Clyde Maxwell come up from Attapulgus Sunday to spend a few days with homefolks.

Mr. J. F. Forrester and neice Miss Effie, are paying relatives at Chipley, Fla., a visit this week.

Poulk Bros. are now in their new building at their old stand and are prepared for the fall trade.

Miss Sallie Clower has returned to her duties at Valdosta after spending a month with homefolks.

Messrs. W. T. Crawford and T. A. Powell left Sunday last for St. Louis to visit the World's Fair.

Mr. R. L. Vanlandingham, mother and little son left Monday for Byron, Ga., to visit relatives.

Mr. U. A. Clifford came over from Thomasville Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday with homefolks.

Miss Mattie Sanders has returned to her home here after spending some time with relatives at Miccosukee, Fla.

Mrs. Mock and little daughter of Pelham have been the guests of Mrs. B. F. Powell for the past several days.

Mrs. W. H. Robinson is among the sick number this week, but we hope she will soon be restored to her usual good health.

Misses Stella and Iona Killingsworth who have been the guests of Mrs. Ira Hurst, for some time have returned to their home at Blufton.

Mrs. Bass left Friday night last for her home at Kissimmee, Fla., after a very pleasant visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Poulk.

Miss Callie Billingsley returned to her home at Thomasville Monday after spending a very pleasant week with friends and relatives here.

The Cairo Messenger, September 30, 1904

How about water work?

See notice of strayed cow.

Turn on the electric lights!!

Mr. Charles Maxwell was in town Monday.

Mr. Gus Poulk visited Pine Park Sunday.

Prof. F. C. A. Kellani visited Thomasville Sunday.

Mr. E. R. Pringle visited Thomasville Sunday.

We can almost see electric lights in Cairo.

Mr. W. B. Brown is erecting a dwelling on Arline street.

B. F. Williams & Son sell Grain Hay and Feed Stuff of all kinds.

Mr. E. M. Maxwell spent Sunday last in the beautiful little city, Whigham.

Mr. Taylor soliciting for the Thomasville Press was a visitor to the city Thursday.

Mr. T. J. Brown returned Saturday last from St. Louis and reports a very enjoyable trip.

Mrs. Walter Singletary of Grand Ridge, Fla., is the guest of Mrs. Dr. Walker this week.

Mr. Herbert Brandon paid Cairo a visit since our last issue. The name of the man means that he sells first class groceries.

Mr. Robert Forester returned home Monday after spending some time in New York, buying the fall and winter stock for the firm of Forester Bros.
Lookout for change of advertisement of Mauldin Bros. advertisers of facts. They will have some rare bargains to offer the citizens of the county.

W. P. Sparks, Thomasville, Ga., has one 25 horse boiler for sale. Good as new. Terms very reasonable. Write to him.

Messrs. W. T. Crawford, Joe Poulk and B. O. Caldwell watched the bobble of their cork on the Ochlocknee Monday afternoon and Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Alderman of Thomasville spent Sunday in the city the guest of Dr. Cooke and family. Mrs. Alderman will spend some time among relatives here.

STRAYED—One small dark brown of brindle cow—unmarked. Finder can receive suitable reward by applying at the office of the Messenger.

Mr. J. L. Oliver, has something to say about shoes in his change of advertisement in today's paper. Read it.

Messrs. Faucett & Deas returned from St. Louis Thursday with a car-load of fine horses. Their horses can be seen at Mr. F. B. Walsh's stable.

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