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The Everitt Is The Peer Of Them Ail '
- - !KfeSi a , :. VN g7 )J Department of State P!"W C00k Btlanta October 27th, 1910. Th-a Georgia Motor Car Co., Atlanta, Ga., My Dear Sirs :- JIe8Ve mQ 8,reat plcar'nr'- 'tify to the remarkable record made by my Everitt "30" on the "Around-State-Tour.'' The actual mileage run war. 1043 miles, and not for a single moment was the Everitt in trouble. It was the first, car to check in Baint ridge after the Pace-Maker; the second to check into Valdocta and Way cross, and the very first to ?rcss the Altarnaha Swamp and river, and reach Savannah, carrying Mr. Weldon, (the Pace-Maker) , the last fifty-two miles of the day's run. We made this run of 211 rr.il or;, through sand, mud and water, within our original schedule tjr.e. with 45 n.inutes to spare. Thyerltt carried four ;'.:;:;r.i'eio ever the entire route, and was the first car to reach the Con stitution Office upon its return. We had no necessity to use wrench or screwdriver. Wnr cT-onrrH nn o.-,. . .-. . .-.... . , - ... .... .... M w "'5v " cnuuiaii'jt. i e isv. r:oir,i orta h e nniria. nr. hi ah nr ?. nw snPd . nnri rnr 1-r.c cninn- aiu Liac ox vaoo, wic MsriLL is tne peer of them all. Yours very truly, PHILIP COOK. CTaclTscrLVillc. HT'IcxjcLo, For Information and Demonstration see Dr. George 0. Davis. aBiiaBBaC 1(4 Bill saw Ills 'leIi lei Simplicity, Capacity, Durability, Norrs Getter Pi Warn Marlii.it.rv ami vil iif" ". 4' Ai -Tt. .umm rr.t.lil. and I .... u :r It. .... . . X ? s ttii 1 1," S"5 !M i Ttv u r it l ". I, f I 1 i n ,. W IS" I .!':V.I M. , ..Nr.. . , . . . I 3 i ', m -.-.i Vr':i;rlCrlr5aCtmplete Clnalag. Saiwlug mi Sblagle OutllU I .'. .1 "K- U.JLij&r?L r--',T,TT 1 fini !.. I c I I ..u,i... ...... t ni.... . .... U t w 1 1 ,.... : . i : 1 . . .it ; ' . in- ; :tf" i..,,,.. :,i -,.!.! i.i ,,r i. ... ii - I iaQJSiH a .v..,... .,..:,:,...-. ,.- ms-h l? . .. ;i , .'I ' : - I 111" I . W I . . ' Mill ti. 1-HI "I'. .. : ;l ..' .1 'I . I , ill II .fiml-MM1 .1;-1 , I 1 I I ' , . ..... ,. ,i m ? -i - ' I- -f m il' jii-'f iw7rri MALLARY MACHINERY CQ.,3gy6L' j ' '. f ' li, l J- ' t i ' n,,i. Id I I It..) i. M.lt.o ' 'I - 7.., , , An lil-r IM"1. i I 1 in ri' brill" I111 'ml HI iMIMIH-t J! THE CANDIDATE OF THE PEOPLE OF y , , s,,,-,v ll ft AIL SFCTIONS OF FLORIDA FOR ' I '"'j'"'"'"' Nlhl J Q iWa"... UNITED STATES SENATOR. 1 . .. M.MI'i'lN'. (.'''' U Pfoceelinr Bonnl o' fnet tliis du fnembetn t,i f'l to orriei runutes of : fni atiurov Petition I tinge iu I i County Commlsloncrs. was lni' ov. r un-l. r tin- - j j CONWAY .on. Fi.. Nov. 2. 1010., l't'lition t" "'ii ' 1 nl " '"' " County OMmmiss-ioin'in in n'ulnr n-ssion. Ail !'i(iit. IJoaid was cnll by tlio chairman and st meeting M'e.e rea.J I. ' J. W. Oncal to make ''lif ro;il at hi pint' fn.m Hob Mi'..1'"'' I l whs tiikfill ll I ltn'1 iiiiiiM'(.nsi.li lalMM thrreof action m piiiuo '1 iVi 'vcl until llXt inoclillK Ot tlic Im,:1'.I. BillH were takt'ii up ami i'"' follows: Rirowc:oHhK...a...U."i '' M UunliiiK. lMli .''- ' M 1- I.nncv, hrl.l.f rri.nriii.. UKNTIST. MADISON. - FLORIDA. Office Hume No. 101, Uesiilence Phone No. 34. Plumbing Progress What distinguishes the modem house of to-day from the home s of ten and twenty years ago t Not the architectural change; ; the number of rooms nor the'r size. The change that marks the progress of the years is most evident in the plumbing of the home. Modern fixtures ind open plumbing, conforming to janitary law s and con tributing to good health, ire the most noteworthy improvements in house building. We are modern plumbers. The work we do, whether repairing a pipe or installing a com plete bath room is hih grade and finished. We sell and intu'I jStftDdaisT Porcelain Enameled plumbing fix tures and the fame ol these widely advertised goods assures you high quality. The guaranteed excellence of "JStaadarf Ware is backed by our own reputation.for. handling only the best. kw. lmm I I I I IT 0U-CCOO j Lhrl ' "i"iiTii liR.'r-' to I I I . C. Ooi-hin CONWA BUILDING" a