LEGAL NOTICES I fHjfiljjMfir unimii
t j ... I A ® voters the county.'
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P. A. CAPDAU
who owns and operates one of the big
stores in New Orleans, says:
"I am of the opinion that Rexall Or
derlies are the ideal laxative for men,
women and children. This opinion is
based upon my knowledge of the for
mula and upon what my customers
say about them. Through personal ex
perience, I know they are pleasant to
take, gentle in action, and give the
same pleasing results when used by
men. wopien or children.”
wish to'say to the voters -of
Decatur county', that I will be in
race for Ordinary of Decatur
county subject to the action of
the coming primary. The exe
cutive committee will meet short
ly and name the date for the
primary! At that time I will
make my formal announcement
and I wish to put my friends on
notice that 1 will make this an
nouncement and ask them not
pledge themselves until I have
had a chance to present my
W. R. Brown.
UUUNUIL' I nuULLOfiiUU
Wu have the exclusive selling rights for
this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents.
EHRLICH DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
Phone 153 for yonr
louse and stove wood.
Prices reasonable and de-
ivered promptly at any
:lme. J. I. Repnolds & Co.
years regarded ns Best, Safest, Always
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
time FUirPYtA/llPRP worth
» xxued cw r niiippnc tested
Oak and pine woodcut
any length you desire.
Phone 153 and get it
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman’s
tonic. She says further: “Before 1 began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water milL
1 wish every suffering, woman would give
Council met in regular session
Monday Jan. 3,191G. Those pre
sent were Mayor Callahan, alder
men Willis, Nussbaum, Laing,
Chason, Wheeler. The minutes
of the previous meetings were
read and approved. Two resolu
tions were read and approved:
authorizing the Mayor to execute;
renewal notes at the Frst!
National Bank for two notes for
$4,000.00 each due Jan. 8, 1916.
Said resolutions being hereto
attached marked exhibit “A”
and “B.” Upon motion made
and carried R. H. Girvin, was
awarded $2.00 impound fee.
George Williams $1.00 impound
fee and Sam Gary, $3.00 impound
fees, upon the showing by all
that they live outside of the city
and that this was the first time
their cattle had been impounded.
The minutes of the executive
committee was adopted as a jkrt
of these minutes are hereto at
tached marked exhibit “C.” A
new committee consisting of Aid.
Laing, Nussbaum, and Wheeler
was appointed to see about re
pairing the old school house to
provide for the the over-flowing
of pupils. Upon motion made
by Aid. Laing, seconded by Aid.
Wheeler the Tax Books of the
city were ordered closed Feb. 1
1916. Upon motion made and
carried the mayor was authoriz
ed to sign a contract with the
Gulf Refining Co., for oils to
be used at the Water and Light
Plrnt for one year, it being
understood that, if said oils be
come unsatisfactory said con
tract was to be discontinued at
at the notice of the city. There
being no further business coun
Mr^ F. C. Herring wishes to
take t»is opportunity of thank
ing her many friends for their
personal interest and kind as-
sisatnce in helping her win the
piano in the Trade Extention
Campaign, conducted by. the
Trulock Supply Co.
and, it always does me good.'
he, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman’s
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in frying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today!
0*>$< >(< >f< < >)< >$o
For prompt attention to your
presecription needs phone 86, the
Cash Drug Store and get it right
now. Your business is needed
only to show you how much you
?Oposite Union PejW’on Prior
Kt. Renovated null refurnished
throughout. Reservations made
on application. Hot and cold
water, private baths. Electric
lights and elevator.
First class accomodations at
extremely moderate rates. Euro
pean plan 75 cents up.
John L. Edmondson,
COLDS & LaGRIPPE
I represent one of the largest
marble and granite companies in
the South. If you intend having
5 or 6 doses 666 will break an „ wnr i. j nn _ : n 4.y.: a line T
any case of Chills & Fever, Colds ! any Work done 10 thl8 Une 1
& LaGrippe; it acts on the liver I would thank you for your patro-
better than Calomel and does not I nage. J. D. Halstead. P. O. Box
gripe or sicken. Price 25c. j 343, Bainbridge, Ga.
Those who have breakfast at
eight o’clock or later, lunch at
twelve and have dinner at six
are almost certain to be troubled
With indigestion. They do not
allow time for one meal to digest
before taking another. Not less
than five hours should elapse
between meals. If you are
troubled with indigestion correct
your habits and take Chamber
lain’s Tablets, and you may
reasonably hope for a quick re
covery. These tablets sirenghten
the stomach and enable the it to
perform its functions naturally.
AN OLD-TIME NURSE
Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Peruna
MRS. SELENA TANNER,
This Cure Date* From October 3, 1899.
—"Catarrh of the atomach. Waa nearly starved.
After taking Peruna I have a good appetite.”
—"I can assure you that I am still a friend of
Peruna. My health la still good."
—"Tee. I am still a friend of Peruna. Will be as
long as I live, I keep it in the house ail the time.”
—“I recommend Peruna so often that they call me
the Peruna doctor. Peruna recommends Itself
when once tried.”
—"I still tell everybody I can that Peruna la tha
best medicine In the world.”
—“Peruna saved my life years ago. I still take It
when I have a cold.”
—“I was threatened with pneumonia. Peruna
1912 —“X am glad to do anything I can for Peruna.”
1914 —"X have always been a nurse. Peruna has helped
me In my work more than all other medicines.”
1915 —"I have divided my bottle of Peruna with people
many times. It always helps.”
The above quotations give a vague glimpse of ths correspondence
we have had with Mrs. Tanner since 1899. Our fitos, which cover
twenty-five year*, include many similar correspondents.
Callahan Theatre, Tues. Evening Jan, 18th
The Most Stupendous and Expensive Musical Attraction on Tour
All Star Cast
JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN
ELAINE DE SELLEM
ROBERT A. WHITE
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i'5i wij| Pie»*
1 • Y Buck
The Boston English Opera Co. Offers
For The Firs! Time Outside of New York and Chicago
Original ALL STAR Revival
THE WORLD'S GREATEST COMIC OPERA
Prices: 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 and $2
Read ^what the Critics say
about this Attraction
Seats on Sale at Box Office Saturday, January 15th.
J ohn Alcott
Genev - ,t'~ ith
' r bnr, Noble
section and the
Misses Bodington and Hall
Mr. L. A. Wynn of j
is moving up near Ir
all regret hisleavin
Mr. Afred Earn
little bride, movedjto ,
where they will mak
Mr. B. F. Mock was
his Ford Sunday. a I
Mr. G. L. Earnest an
autoed over to see hii
The Sunday school i:
ing fine at Bethany,
is invited to attend.. |
Bro. Higgins* preached
interesting sermon $un<
I wonder what is'tht
with G. E. Earnest, Kit
is feeling old since he gt
ed. He has not been 4
Mr. H. M. Smith t
Reba.Stavely and Mr.
Earnest were out drii
We are all glad to i
McLeyd in our section IT
Mr. D. L. Smith -ba$;
home from a long vi*
parents near Recovery, j
Mrs. Mattie Whighan
ing her brother GeorgJ
We deeply regref
Barbree’s baby was
day. That he couli
Sunday School. We b
he can be with us next
For he is missed
Mr. H. L. Smith mo*
Mt. Olive settlement.
Mrs. C. W. Smith
this week. We )i<__
be better in a few da;
Mr. W. H. Mock
Nellie Smith was ou'
Mr. and Mrs. Me!
Pensacola, Fla., have
ing Mrs. McLain’s .
and Mrs. Robert Don;
Mrs. Henry Kendricl i
ing her son, Rufus, in Pei
Mrs. Dock Grinor has r
home from a long vjsi
relatives in Mitchell cou
I think that Mr. R. ’F.
will be rushing a Ford in a
“September Mom”, • t'
Ionic girl and song,ah<ksr
to the Callahan Theaae
night Jan. 14th is. one
brightest, cleverest, wj& :
tiest entertainments Jp
on any stage. It sfr
has humor, melody, cf
and a score that holds ..
with ita swinging lilting airs.
The book by Arthur Gillespie, is
the kind of fooling that encour
ages worried people to, forget
their troubles. It has spice. - ' It
is not like stale soda
fizz is there. At the a
there is nothing to i
gets over the footlights v
it is very much alive. . You t
have time to sit back and .
so contageous is the humor...
so persistant is the merry reifi
ling. One of the striking jfea
tures of “September Mbri'**u
the remarkable chorus, the
clever girls work in perfect b
mony a revelation to the the
goer. The cast is compose
members who have been see
some of our best musical sue
es and the production
counts for the marv**
the piece has achieve
sale Wednesday mom.
lie Drug Store.
FOR SALE—Any amoun got 4
land os easy terms off College
Hill on College 8treet, Block 14
Shotwell Street, Bainbridge]
lot 185 below Fowlstown %n
lands below Faceville.
, 4t L. C. Bower. Birminghar