try bod y\ bringing their
allies to i Shoe Store
You will find the mous
get fitted and
All legal ads oha nge in this issue
i See them.
Frank Ansley, of Valdosta, was
one of the clever salesmeu in the
oity this week.
Mr. Ghing Quong who has been
engaged m the laundry business here
for some time past left on Monday
for New York. From there he goes
to Vancouver Island, from thence he
will sail for his home in China/ Mr.
Quong will not return to this ooun»
Quinlan and Wall’s Minstrels will
show here tomorrow evening and will
doubtless draw a good erowd. Emile
Sabers an old Bainbridge boy is one
of the star performers, and the en«
tire aggregation is said to be excel
Mr. R. D. Crawford and wife, of
Dothan, Ala., were in Bainbridge
last Wednesday. They were re
cently married in Dothan, and while
here were the recipients of many
congratulations from friends.
,50 AND $).OO
here in al jstyles.
:: See our Ladies
ress Shoe at $1.50}
It is a world “beater.” : :
ie rage for the rich, “well to
do" and “pure in heart.’’
as no equal outside of the
we sell both. Ash to see the
nything that one can
s k for is here.
l think that because this is an
elusive Shoe Store that noth
? is sold except fine goods
e are obliged to keep from the
vest to the Highest.
ook for Tom Williams, next
“ 0r from First National Bank,
you don t see him look for the
your old Shoes here for
Pa ' rs ' ^ uerr y Bishop will treat
lu n Sht and warrants all work.
Mibb Lizzie Lou Grav who has
been visiting Miss Allie Golden
Cliett, leaves tomorrow for her borne
in Waynesboro, Ga. Miss Gray has
added many admiring friends during
her recent visit to Bainbridge.
Col. and Mrs. J. P. Williams, of
Savannah, have been in the city this
week, Col, Williams coming to at
tend an important meeting of the
board of directors of the F. & A.
railway which was held yesterday.
The many friends of Dr. J. D.
Chason, were delighted to see him
able to be on the streets this week.
Dr. Chason has been confined to his
room continuously since the fright
ful acoident which occurred the day
he fell through the elevator shaft
at the Bon Air.
We call attention to the display
ad of J. R. Anderson, the new drug
gist at Whigham, Ga. The ad ap-
nanfiTHV*nnnn >» \ pears in today’s paper and what is
DOROTHY^LlUDD, <4*-said therein should prove interesting
to the people of that section. We
isspeak a liberal patronage for this
Miss Helen Feiler who has been
\Bitihg her sister, Mrs. Dave Cohen,
fe the past several months returned
Minday to her home in Columbus-
Mia Feiler is one of the most popu-
lar^irls that has visited Bainbridge
and' her departure will occasion
Wib the approach of Christmas
the stkes and business houses are
aBsumitg a yery gay and festive ap
pearand. In their holiday attire
with th^r collection of toys aud oth
er indioaions of the season of Santa
Claus, tl;y are attractive and allur
ing to tbi eyes of old as well as
Mr. P. ,'ericho Rich, the hustling
representaive of the Underwood
Typewritei people, was in town this
week. Pet»r Jericho R. has placed
more machuea m this temory for
his people turn was ever plaoed be
fore for aiything like the same
length of ting.
Invitations 'lave been received in
this oity to tht marriage of Mr. O.
B. Bishop and Miss Ethel Lee
Gaines, of Adwrsville, Ga. The
wedding will occur on Wednesday
the 16th of December. Mr. Bishop
was at one time the bookkeeper of
the First National Bank of this city
and has a number of friends here
who will be interested to learn of
bis oppioaehiDg marriage.
The Bazaar given by the ladies of
the Presbyterian Church opened
Wednesday and will continue
through this evening. Every one is
cordially invited to attend and en
joy “A Trip Around the World.”
All kinds of pretty and useful things
can be bought at the different booths
which are made enticing and charm
ing by the bevy of pretty girls in
charge. It is a fine opportunity to
bvy your Xmas gifts and help a good
Rev. Sam Ely, who lives near Brin
son, bears off the rag for killing the
finest buck that has been captured in
the county for some time. Mr. Ely
tendered us an invitation to eat ven
ison with him, but circumstances
did not permit. The capture was
made one day last week about two
and one-half miles Bouthwest of
Brinson. We understand that there
are a number of deer in that vicinity
Col. Bob Terrell, of Whigha'in,
was in the city this week look
ing after important matters be
fore the city oourt of Bainbridge.
Col. Terrell has been prominently
mentioned in connection with the
coming race for the Judgeship of
that court. Should his friends suc
ceed in persuading him to enter the
race, he will no doubt receive a large
vote over the county. He has
been closely connected with the de-
velopement of Whigham for many
years, and was for a season mayor
of that tbnying town.
Services at the Presbyterian
ohurch next Sunday as follows: Sab
bath school at ten o’clock; morning
service at 11, subject—“Calvinism
and Cheerfulness.” Night servioe at
7:15 p. m., subject—“When Prayers
are Not Answered.” Superintend
ent Bradwell has appointed a com
mittee of five ladies and two gentle-
ment to arrange for Christmas exer
cises for the Sabbath school. The
public is cordially invited to all serv
On last Thnrsday afternoon the
Misses Nussbaum entertained in
compliment to Mrs. Max E. Nuss-
baum. The palatial homo artistic
ally decorated in masses of palms
and out flowers, was darkened and
with the brilliant glow from myriads
of electric lights to preserve the illu
sion, mid-afternoon was conve ted
into evening. Miss Macdonald of
Vienna, their oharming guest, as
sisted the hostess in receiving while
tne punch bowl was rendered doubly
delightful by the gracious pi esence
of Miss Birdie Lusky. About one
hundred guests were present and the
array of beautiful and handsomely
gowned women presented a scene
both interesting and attractive.
Mrs. I D. Morgan entertained the
attendants of the Graham-Fleming
wedding and a fqw intimate friends
at a delightful chafing dish party
Monday evening. The guests were
allowed a band in the preparation of
the supper and the result of their
efforts would do oredit to the culi
nary department of the most famous
schools. There were various games
indulged in with such genuine pleas
ure that the spirit of youth pre
dominated, in that the wrinkles (if
ever there were any) were smoothed
from the brows of the elders. With
many a merry jest and brilliant
stroke of repartee the evemug was
carried to a close ere the guests
could realize. Mrs. Morgan proved
so charming a hostess that a note of
sadness that the evening was oyer
emphasized each goodbye.
Attend the administrators sale
at the Mitch Griffin Plantation on
Monday Dec. 2ist. Will be sold
at public outcry large herd of cat
tle composed of milch cows, steers
and stock cattle, horses, mules,
brood mares and colts, SO head of
hogs of all kinds, buggies, wagons,
mooring machine and rake, har
rows, plows, plow tools, of all dis
cretions, household and kitchen
furniture. Remember the date
Monday Dec. 2ist.
J. F. Tolar, Administrator.
TO WEAR A 8000
THAN A POOR oWe.
Time is accurately measured by a
We have all the sizes and grades
and a fit in the best cases made.
Let us show you our line before
Our Prices Are Right.
laum Jewelry C°->
BON AIR BLOCK.
Dress Goods, Clothing,
Shoes, Hats, Gents’
Millinery, Ladies’ Un
derwear, Jackets, Etc.
New Store, New Goods,
Prices which canpiot be
Surpassed. We buy all
Goods direct from the
NOTE THESE SPLENDID BARGAINS A SHORT TIME ONLY.
Ten Dollar black worsted suits for $5, $12 genuine imported all
wool mixed goods suits, all colors for $5. Long pants suits for boys
from 10 to 19 years, regular price $6, our price S3 Knee pants suits
for boys 5 to 15 years, regular price $2.50, our price $1.25. Best all
wool youths’ suits, 5 to 15 years, regular price $3.50, our price $2.
Full English broadcloth pants, all colors, regular $4 goods, our price
Pants you now pay #3 for, we sell you for $1.50. Best $10 over
coat for $5. Our $1 shoe will cost you anywhere $1.25 Our 50c. hat
will cost you elsewhere $1. Dress goods from 5c. to $1 per yard.
Highest price void for Hides, Skins, Furs,
and Wax, m Cash or Trade.
Savannah Bargain House.
See statement of the Back of Don-
alaonville in this issue of ibe Search-
Light, giving the financial condition
of the bank at the close of business
December 7ib. This excellent insti
tution, as will be seen by reference
to its publication is on a sound and
paying basis. Its officers are oblig
ing and trustworthy, and the show
ing the bank is able to make reflects
credit upon their business ability as
daughters, brothers, sisters,
Testaments and Psalms—in large print
for fathers, mothers, grand parents.
Fine Editions of Byron, Longfellow,
Pope. Goldsmith and other poets,
Napoleon and ms Marshals, Kobin-
son Crusoe, Emerson, Etc., for peo
pie of literary taste.
Nic > Cheap 10 cbnts edition ot Arabian
Nights, Pilgrims’ Progress, Gulli
ver’s Novels Aesop’s Fables, Swiss
Family Kobinson and a hundred
other such books that every boy and
girl should read.
Finest and most Stylish Box Papers
from 10c. to $3 per bo*.
Fine Fountain Pens $1.60 to f 10.00each.
Fine Hair Brushes and Dressing Combs.
Fine Razors, Pocket Knives and Scissors
Fine Pocket Books, Purses, Card Cases,
Fine Perfumes and Fine Soaps-
Fine Whiskies, Brandies. Cooking Wines
AT HICKS’S DRUG STORE.
P. S.—Set this saying to a tune,
SiDg it morning, night and noon—
Clean up Bainbridge p. d. soon.
B. L. H.
Christmas and Wedding Gifts !
I have a nice line of Novelties in Gold and Silver, Umbrellas, Cut
Glass, Silverware, Ladies’ |Hand Bags, Solid Silver Forks
and Spoons of the
^^^Gorham Manufacture : ^>-
and numerous other things and the main point
is the prices are right ::::::::
N. J. Smith, The Jeweler.
Broad Street. - Bainbridge, Qa.
Your Watches and Jewelry repaired and guaranteed.
Now Is The Time
To sell your LAND. Prices
are good, the demand strong.
Don’t wait for the lull.
Allen & Co., Real Estate Agt’s.