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LI N PR E e EDENTED
Never has any sale before been so successful as the Clean Sweep Sale just
concluded. We sold more, many more, goods than we expected. Naturally
our stock is depleted, but we set the wire to work and Spring Goods are now.
coming in rapidly, r and we ask that you call and inspect the beautiful fabrics
now on display,
Thanking you for your past liberal patronage and soliciting your future trade, I am
Henry J. Bruton, Bainbridge, Qa.
FLINT RIVER STORE
To those whose accounts are past due, we a s k of
If you have dealings with banks, no matter how
short a time you borrow on, you have to pay inter-
them a prompt payment, remembering that we have
est. So when you fail to pay your account when due
obligations to meet, and that promises do not pay
you must expect to pay me interest from date ac-
THE LIVING PICTURE is our idea of a successful potrait.
This means u study of character and mood of the Bitter —u» well as of
salient features—and the facilities of interpreting them.
Our studio equipment is u]>-to date, enabling us to catch 1 the living,
nutural, everyday expression. If this i9 your idea of a potriat you will
appreciate our work.
We are prepured to onlurge pictures, having recently installed
one of the most modern machines for thut purpose.
Call on us at our studio in First National hank Building.
intake of iXCodcrn ‘Photographs.
BAINBRIDGE STATE BANK
E. J. PERRY,
J. W. CALLAHAN,
E S VARN— . . .
If You Never Laid
your corn by
You Would Never
GET A CROP!
If You Never Lay
Your Dollars By
You Will Never
Get On Topi
Ext ended To
We Pay 4 Per Cent lilereslJOn Time Deposits
Some Biief Georgia News. (T'~
Arthur Bigby, cashier of the
bank at Brooks, Ga., left his
home ■ on Friday night under
mysterious circumstances and
has not been heard from since.
He left a note at the bank stat
ing he would leave that night
for parts unknown, carrying
with him $200 and leaving on de
posit $2,000. No shortage has
been found and his disappear
ance is a mystery.
Mrs. George Hendricks, wife
of a young farmer living near |
Tifton, was burned to death!
Sunday, when her clothing,
caught on tire while she was pre
In a charge against the locker
clubs of Atlanta one of the po
licemen of that city said a few
nights ago that women had be
come so drunk in two of the
clubs that they had to be car
The city of Dawson is hot after
hobos and vagrants said to be
infesting that city and communi-
I ty in large numbers. Such vig-
: orous measures have been adopt-
j ed that the vagrants have about
j William Chandler Phelps, wide-
' ly known as the ‘‘Blind Poet of
Atlanta”, jumped from an up
per window of the Grady Hospi
tal a few nights ago and killed
himself. His mind is thought to
have been impaired on account of
having lost his eye sight.
353 State automobile license
I were issued in Georgia during
the month of January. Auto
dealers believe this will be a
I record-breaking year in sale of
1 autos in the state.
! Seventeen firemen were injur
ed in fighting the big fire which
1 destroyed a million and a half
i dollars worth of property. in
Savannah early Sunday morning.
Cleaned, Reblocked and New Bands
Made to Look Like Neu)
All Kinds of Dry Cleaning and Steam
Pressing done. LET US DO YOUR DYING,
Let Us Take Your Measure For That
Watch for the Legal Aub, We will Publish Them Mar.,
A man at Hay low, Ga., has
l>ven jailed on the charge of hav-
ing attempted to bhw up his
family with dynamite.
FIT GUARANTEED-PRICES RANGE FROM
FOR SUITS—AND FROM
$5.00 to $15.00
THE JAMES TAILORING CO.
227 Broad Street.