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The SNEAK, Whoever it was, who has been circulating the report over
the city of late that THE SEARCH LIGHT had gone out of business, will have
to come with a bigger LIE than that before he can accomplish anything. This
low down report has been circulated at a number of places. The Search Light,
instead of going out of business will be better than ever; brighter than ever,
and better prepared than ever to serve the people. From now on you will not hear
that same report, but you may expect something else just as false. In the mean
time watch the Search Light grow.
Bainbridge Womans Club
“Music” was the subject of
the afternoon at an interesting
social meeting of the Bainbridge
Woman’s Club, January 30th.
Delightful papers were given.
“Opera in America” by Miss
Freddie Willis, sketched our ef
forts in the oneraticjfield of en
deavor and compared European
encouragement of all art with
the National American indiffer
Miss Lottie Belle Mayes, in her
paper on ‘‘Our Famous Singers
and Composers” gave an account
of our musical productions from
the time of William Billings, a
writer of church music noted in
the 18th century to Edward A.
MacDowell, the pride of the 20th
The achievements and history
of Nordica. Eames and other
singers, contributed by America
to the world of music, were gen-
erally discussed by club-members
and visitors, as were also grand
°Pera, comic opera, folk-song
and rag-time, and some interest
ing bits of musical gossip were
given. Personal experiences
with the musically great ard
near great, in the large cities of
America and Europe.
To be held at Bainbridge, Ga.,
Saturday, March 1st, 1913.
The United States Civil Ser
vice Commission announces that
on the date named above an ex
amination will be held at Bain
bridge, Ga., as a result of which
it is expected to make certifica
tion to fill a contemplated va
cancy in the position of fourth
class postmaster at Brinson, Ga.
and other vacancies as they may
occur at that office, unless* it
shall be decided in the interests
cf the service to fill the vacancy
by reinstatement. The compen
sation of the postmaster at this
office was $866 for the last fiscal
Age limit, 21 years and over
on the date of the examination,
with the exception that in a
State where women are declared
by statute to be of full age for
all purposes at 18 years, women
18 years of age on the date of
examination will be admitted.
Applicants must reside within
the territory supplied by the
post office for which the exami
nation is announced. The 'exam
ination is open to all citizens tf
the United States who can com
ply with the requirements.
I. 0. 0. F. Application forms and full in-
A . , , _ formation concerning the re.
ak City Lodge No. 234 I. 0. ujremencs 0 f the examination
mee ts every Thurso ay j be secure d f ro m the post
“Wit at 7 go o’clock in the | master at Brinson and the local
TWu Castle Hal1 - A . U visit,n8 secretary at Bainbridge or from
therj are cordially invited , t h e u. S. Civil Service Commis-
®eet wjth us while in the city. | flion> Washington, D. C.
Application i should be proper
ly exec ited and filed with the
Commi asion at Washington with
in 7 days tefore the date cf the
examination, otherwise it may
be impracticable to examine the
U. S. Civil Service Commission.
Dogs Being Poisoned
A sort of wholesale poisoning
of dogs has been going on in
Bainbridge for some time. A
number of the finest dogs in the
city having been killed.
Mr. F. A. Preston lost his fine
Collie, which he could have sold
only a few days before for $150.
Other dogs valued very highly
by their owners have been pois
oned. It is said the dogs find
the poison on the streets and it
is believed someone is throwing
it around promiscuously.
In view of the above, those who
have the animals that they value
had better keep them confined.
Even this however, will not ex
empt them from the poison, as
one citizen lost his dog by the
poison being thrown into the
room at the barn where he kept
them and had them locked up.
The people are getting consid
erably wrought up over the mat
ter and if the guilty parties can
be caught up with they will be
prosecuted to the full extent of
- uo wane in hi
“• R. Wilson, U. G.
J. C. Neely, V. G.
> • A. McNair, Secty.
b- vV. Wimb»>lw. Treas.
N^tic > isjhereby given that the
“^bridge Packing Co. will not
responsible for checks or
niade by D. E. Mussle-
J hlte - while the said D. E.
“wlewhite had the ‘business
R&inbridge P.iiking ( o.
I J. H. Pew.*!!, 11 g .
FOR SALE—Eggs from my
famous Rhode Island Reds.
$1.00 per set ng »f P F.
Norman, Diff . G - it.
Every hot spell of weather
that comes puts the tanners to
talking more and more about
building cold storage arrange
ments on the farms. So much
meat has been lost in South
Georgia from |hot weather that
the whole country has taken no
tice. The National Government
is advising the people in this sec
tion to build a sort of ice box,
which is said to be so arranged
that meat can be cured with ease
and with very little cost. It
seems all the better however,
that the farmerj have a cold
storage arrangement builton the
farm. In the menntim' <hey|
should cairy their meat to Nuss-
baum Ice Company till they.build'
their own cold sicragc. |
FOR RENT—Excellent room for;
two young men. Mrs. C. C. |
DON'T -SLIP UPON THE
OPPO R r U N I T Y TO
TRADE AT THE JEWEL
RY STORE WHERE
YOU GET'HONEST VAL
UE for your money..
BU5TER, BEOVM. j
WE LEAD IN OUR LINE BECAUSE WE
never put poor goods in our store
AND, BY SELLING HIGH GRADE JEWELRY*
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND SILVERWARE AT
REASONABLE—JUST PRICES. TRADE WITH
US ONCE; YOU WILL BE PLEASED; WE WILL
BE PLEASED WITH YoUR TRADE.
WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING A
C, G. NORRIS