Locals and Personals
.. | Williams of Tallahassee
j, visitor in the city Monday.
^ e perkins was in the city
business first of the week.
. \Y. Dollar came over
, sp t ' n t the day Monday in
j r will VV. Gibson came down
, n Donalsonville and spent
day Monday in the city,
jr W. H. Avirett of Jakin
visitor in Bainbridge Mon-
Dr. J. N. Mathews is having
all the sport he wants these days
training his young colt to the
sulkey. The colt is one of the
prettiest in this section and if
nerhing happens will develop in
to one of the finest horses in
For the lowest prices on
fruits, chickens and eggs,
phone 212, Belcher Com
d r5 . B. E. Jennings and little
n aie visiting relatives in
dcely for some time,
drs. J. C. Cliett and daughter
Hnrtense Cliett, are spend-
some time in Atlanta,
dr. A. Henry of Tallahassee
among the visitors to Bain-
disses Bertha and Evelyn Par-
of Whigham, spent Saturday
ev. Leland Moore of Climax
s a visitor in the city one day
jessrs Robeit Mize and J. W.
.pier came up from Climax | Work cn the new city hall is
spent Monday in the city. ] progressing * splendidly. It will
■drs Fred Conant and Miss not be man >' davs tdl one can be ‘
rl Harden, of Brinson, were to see just how things will
ipping here yesterday. : be ar ™ ged tbere ‘ , n fact ° ne
K » can tell pretty well now how . , .,
i, I. A. Allen of Climax was many of the departments will be i Clt >’ are aIwa * s good ne T
R visitors to the city. arranged . When it is completed! and we would appreciate it if
dr. A. M. Thomas, of the
■tern part of the county, was
long the business visitors here
day first of the week.
Jr. F. C. Herring and Mr. A.
Trulock came over from Cli-
x and spent part of the day
urday in Bainbridge.
Adjourned term of the Super
ior court will begin here Monday
and will probably continue for
two weeks, There are a great
number of cases to be tried
and the court will probably
be a very busy body of people
during ihe time.
Mr. W. D. Martin has bought
the home on corner of Shotwell
and Donalson streets, the deal
being closed a few days ago. The
deal was made through Mr. B.
C. Dickerson, the real estate
man, and the consideiation is
said to have been in the neigh
borhood of $2,500.
The music class being taught
here by Prof. F. Clark Perry of
Chattanooga, Tenn., is making
splendid progress. They have a
large class and every member is
said to have made marked im
provement in the knowledge of
music. The concert which is to
be given Wednesday night will
no doubt be largely attended.
Announcement of the concern is
made in another column of this
Mr. G. S. Tucker is expecting
his family to arrive today from
Sandersville. The people of
Bainbridge are glad to welcome
this excellent family as future
residents. Mr. Tucker was re
cently employed by the County
Commissioners as Superinten
dent of the road work of the
county. He has the reputation
among officials of the state as
being one of the most skillful
road builders in Georgia. Mr.
Tucker and family will occupy
the home on Potter street* re
cently occupied by the family of
Mr. R. L. Lane.
FOR SALE—Eggs from my best
Reds, $2.00 per setting. For
the utility stock $1.00 per
setting. White leghorns, $1.00
per setting. D. F. Crenshaw,
FOR RENT—Two very desirable
rooms, uniurnished, fire place
each room. Apply 418 Florida
NOW is the time to arrange for
your MONEY. Plenty of it to
loan on improved farms in De
catur and Gadsden counties.
J. L. Williams, Hamil Build
ing, Bainbridge, Ga.
The Search Light will be
pleased to have all the personal
and local news of the city phon
ed in to the office. We are pre
pared now to get all the news in
and in good style. If you have
a visitor phone us. If you have
been on a visit or going to take
a trip somewhere we would be
glad to know it, that notice may
be given in the local columns.
The entertainments held in the
FOR SALE—Several small tracts
yellow pine timber to contract
with reliable parties. Moul
trie Saw Mill Co. Moultrie,
FOR SALE—Corn in the shuck,
80c per bushel. Red and
Japanese cane seed, 80c per
hundred. Yellow yam seed
potatoes, 75c per bushel. Po
tato slips for April and May
delivery, $1.50 per thousand.
Some good second hand farm
mules for sale or trade.
Would trade for stock cattle.
Address J. W. White, Bain
S. A. V. Christophine and
fe, of Attapulgus, were in the
shopping yesterday. They
re accompanied by Mrs. Chris-
Bainbridge will have about as
complete city hill as can be
fouhd in a town of her size.
i some one would take a little time
land write them up and send
them in. It means a great deal
for the paper if the people will
A play well calculated to please show such interest. The Search
the large mass of theatre-goers j Light is going to do its best to
is the “Goose Girl,” announced! be in the very front rank in giv-
for early production here. The 1 ing all the news each week" In
story has the flavor of comic j order to do this we are compelled
opera, the adventage of the! to ha,ve the co-operation of the
modern romantic tale, the high| peo P le - specially the ladies,
color of one of the Arabian geed Irish potatoes, best
Night’s entertainment, and af- quality stock from Maine
ford3 a delightful two hours en-lat the lowest wholesale
jy Mrs unns- tertainment for those who want! priceg> phone 212, Ralph
Miss Lillian j an evening of pleasure and enter-. D . D , .
tainment 1Q- Belcher, Belcher Block.
CULBREAIN& JMfTH PROPS
CHOICE- 5 MEAT./'
Mr. R. S. B. Funderburke of
inaldsonville was among the
litors in the city first of the
Mr. G. H. Cliett has moved
th his family into his home on
oughton street recently occu-
d by Mrs. Frank Brewer.
Sheriff H. R. Hughes of Han-
county was a guest at the
n Air yesterday, having come
Bainbridge on legal business.
Mr. E. Rich, of the firm of E.
h&Co. Sales Stables, is in
Louis ior several days, hav-
Sone there to buy a car load
Boists and mules.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hager-
°f Vilas, Fla., were at the
n Air Sunday. Mr. Hagerman
a Prominent lumber of man
Mr. D. B. Waller has moved
jrn Blakely to Bainbridge, and
“ ’flake his future home here
ik his son-in-law, Mr. J. R-
The cheapest place in
town, phone 212 Belcher
Commission Co. Grocer
ies, provision, country
produce. Fresh oysters
in shell received daily.
c. B. Scott will take
lr ? e of the Dry Goodsdepart-
°f C. B. Scott on February
V- Mrs. Scott has had long
i^r,er.ee in the dress goods
J fless arid she will appreciate
': ;m from the ladies of Bam-
|,Jee and Decatur county,
just received a nice
‘ f' Spring and Sum met
Mr. C. H. Baughman, accom
panied by his brother, Mr. I. W.
Baughman, of Dothan, left first
of this week tor Columbia, S. C.,
where they will spend several
days. The Messrs. Baughman
are natives of South Carolina,
but had not visited that state in
a number of years. They will
take in the big Corn Exposition
Beginning with the first week
in March the Search Light will
carry all the Legal ads each
week. This announcement is
made to assure the readers that
the legal ads will be carried in
this paper from the date men
tioned, so that they need have
no uneasiness on this line.
Not only will the Search Light
carry the legal ads, but the
cream of the news over this sec
tion will be given. The Search
Light force is now better pre
pared than ever before to get
out just such a paper as the peo
ple of Bainbridge and Decatur
county have been wanting.
It wiil require a little time for
Mr. Moore and the editor to get
things back in their old time
working order, but the readers
need not fear for the future of
the Search Light from now on.
They will get the legal ads, the
best news, and the best paper in
this spot of Georgia,
The Palace Market
Everything kept as neat as a pin. Everything
in the fixture line new and of the latest make.
We keep Freeh Meats at all times, anti fill all
orders promptly. We invite every lady in the city
to visit our place and inspect the sanitary conditions.' i
WHEN YOU WANT FRESH MEAT PHONE UJ.
Palace Meat Market
Notice change In Schedule of
Effective Monday, July 1st 1912. Boat Schedule will be as Follows:
Leaves Bainbridge every Monday and Thursday at. .10 A. M.
Arrives Apalachicola every Tuesday and Friday at.. .8 A. M.
Leaves Apalachicola every Tuesday and Friday at ... 12 NOON
Arrives Bainbridge every Wednes. and Saturday at,5:3ft P. M.
For Further Information Regarding Freight and Passenger Service Write
J. W. CALLAHAN, President and General Manager.
BEEF, PORK, COUNTRY PRODUCE
Highest Prices Paid for Same
If you have any to sell, write or see
Cattle Buyer for
TIIE CITY MARKET.
The farmers report, the oat gj e m0 nth.
crop over the county as about 1
the finest ever seen before at
this time of year. There is
some apprehension that a cold
snap may yet injure some of the
earlier oats, they having jointed
The heavy rains first of the
week has had the effect of hold
ing the farmers back in their
work. The month of January
was exceptionally favorable! for
farm work and the beantiful
days have been taken advantage
of, so that the farmers were as
nearly up with their work as was
ever known at this time of year
The first of February found a
great deal of plowing already
done and other work, such as
fencing, clearing and other work
necessary to start with the crop.
A number of farmers in the city
Saturday said that they had nev
er seen more work accom
plished by the farmers in a sin-
We beg to announce the arrival of the 1913
Cadillac Cars, and we invite you to call and
be convinced of the superiority of the truly
wonderful car over any car ever shown in this
city, in the.arrival of these cars we offer a car
that has never aspired to ideals set by others;
it makes its own ideals and raises them higher
and higher. The word “success.’,’ has always
been associated with the Cadill£c. riJ Tire word
The Search Light man con
tinues to hear farmers say that
they intend having cold storages
built on their farms by another
year. A number of them say
out and put on such a growth. J^y have lost enough mea
The very mild winter so far has this season to have built several
been very favorable to many of cold 8to ™ge plants. There is
the growing crops planted in the
fall. , ,
One solid car Red Bliss
seed Irish potatoes direct
from Maine just received,
for the lowest wholesale
price, Phone Ralph R.
Belcher, Belcher Block.
comparatively little cost in the
-building, and once they are
\ uilt, there is no more danger of
losing the meat. The only thing
the farmer has to do is to keep
ice enough to keep the tempera
ture at a certain degree and the
meat is safe. The entire cast is
a fraction, compared to what the
meat is worth. A fanner with
a cold storage plant can kill hia
Ires in July if he wishes to Co
l«r icvnli meW --13B Putt.; St. so.
Cadillac workmanship is famous the world
over, wherever the science of mechanics is
known. It is famous for its accuracy, famous
for its uniformity, famous for its standardization
These facts are sufficient to insure the buyer
that he is getting in the 1913 Cadillac the fore
most features and appliances of the motor
world, We shall be glad to show you this cat
and explain its many good qualities.
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