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The Post-search light. (Bainbridge, Ga.) 1915-current, March 16, 1916, Image 2

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PROFESSIONALS DR. E. C. SMITH —DENTIST— Office Upstairs, Belcher Building Bainbridge, Ga. H. B. SPOONER ATTORNEY - AT - LAW Win Practice in all State and Federa. Courts Except City Court Bainbr’dge OFFICE 225 BROUGHTON ST. Bainbridge. - Georgia. M. E. O’NEAL Attorney • At - Law general practice Bainbridge, - Georgia J. C. HALE Attorney - At - Law general practice Bainbridge, - Georgia W. M. 1IAKKKLL JNO. R. WILSON HARRELL & WILSON Attorneys at Law general practice Bainbridge, - Georgia W. V. CUSTER Attorney at Law Practice in all Courts Albany Circuit and all Federal Courts Office Opposite Court House Bainbridge, - Georgia. D. R. BRYAN Attorney At Law office in court House Bainbridge, Georgia. Dr. S. Ehrlich Physician and Surgeon Phones 358, 46 and 18 Office 312 Clark St. Bainbridge, .... Georgia. C. W. Wimberley, Jr. attorney at Law Office in O’Neal Building, Next to Court House. Bainbridge Cm3, H. G. BELL ATTORNEY AT LAW, PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS Offices In Chanon Building Bainbridge, - - Georgia. Qoarterman’s Pressing Glnb —Is the Place for Good Work.— Clothes, Hats and Kid Gloves Cleaned All Kinds of Busheling Work. —All Work Guaranteed— Phone No. 264-1,. Rainbridge, ga. F. E. Strickland Attorney at Law Office with Hon. H. B. Spooner Bainbridge, Ga. W. M. Arline COUNTY SURVEYOR Decatur County P. 0. Stricklan, Ga. Will run levels for Terracing. Ditching and Draining. All let ters and inqu rues will be prompt ly attended to. J. M. FLOYD Lawyer and Dealer in Real Estate office 2nd. Floor Racket store BAINBRIDGE, GEGRGI HOLLY CAMP NO. 2S. Woodmen oi World Meets Second and Fourth Monday Nights. Visir.ng'Sovereigns Always Welcome. • i.'vKit. nc<’ r.ommunder. ,. ■ an* ■•«>. erk. MR. ADVERTISER I ...A WORD WITH YOU... This paper now has a circulation of 2500 paid subscribers and that circulation is in Decatur, Mitchell and Grady Coun ties in Georgia and Gadsden and Leon Counties in Florida. If You Want Local Business This is your medium and we are below publishing, the advertising rates and they are just 25 per cent, less than any similar publication in the state with the subscription list that this paper carries. The List is Here And the fact that it is a PAID List of Subscribers war rants us in the statement that the folks that get it read it. The rate will be the same to everybody. 45 weekly publications with less subscription in the sectioif charge even more than this very low rate we are offering. The Post-Search Light is a family paper, a county and a local paper. It is the paper that everybody reads. ....Advertising Rates.... Display Space One Page One Insertion $15.00 “ “ Two “ Without Change Per Insertion 12.50 “ “ Four “ “ “ “ “ 12.00 Less Than Page: One Insertion, Per Inch 15c “ “ “ Two “ “ “ Without Change 12|c “ “ “ Four “ “ “ “ “ 10c Readers 25 Cents Per Inch, Per Inset bon Penny Column One Cent Per Word Per Insertion. Electros Display Rates Apply We want your business, we can give you the results. For any other information apply at this office. piat-i^ardi ICujlji Bainbridge, Georgia. TYPICAL SCENE ON DECATUR COUNTY FARM Decatur county annually produc- jean do with Decatur county laud, i file western markets. Live at home, es much or the corn. oats, and ha> [The .my shown in the cut was later' is the slogan of the Dec atur county farmer. needed for local consumption, fertile fields of tats county are The baled and the owner in addition to well having enough hay lor his own adapted to growing foodstuffs and the farmers n-e .veil a.ware of the tact that they can grow their own feed cheaper than they can buy it ■; tv. the west. The picture above gives an idea of what a Decatur county farmer usp sold considerable quantities through local merchants. Decatur county long ago began to realize that diversified fanning would pay and very fetv farms in T.te federal census states that practically 100,000 hogs were rais ed in Decatur county during 1913. ••• Specials... Full line Beautiful Flowers. Your choice 10c 2 qt. Stoneware Pitchers, value 25c, w. \ tZd* Only lvv Large Decorated salad bowls 15c value 25e only 4 Oz. Peroxide of Hydrogen Value 25c -f Aa Only 1UC Peroxide Cold Cream th. 25c size -in 6 Only IOC Beautiful line Crepe P aDei all colors ■> ’ Only 5C Childrens Mexican Sun l| at . Value 25c - - Only 10 and 12 qt. Tin Dish Value 25c Only And thousands of other articles too numerous to n;ent ; on that we are selling at a great saving to the buyer who ap. preciates REAL VALUES and is willing to spend his money to the very best advantage to himself. Remember it pays to pay CASH when the difference is so great as you find it here REMEMBER THE PUCE= Tinlcy’s Ten Cent Store CALLAHAN BLOCK Bainbridge, . . . . . Georgia, Winter Excursion Fares -TO- Various Winter Resorts —VIA— Atlantic Coast Line Ry, ■‘The Standard Railroad ol (be South” Tickets on sale daily up to and including April 30th, 1916. Limited to reach orig inal starting point returning prior to midnight May 31st, 1916. For further information see A. C. L. Ticket Agent or write E.M. NORTH, a. g. p, a. Savannah, Ga. L.P. GREEN, I. p.i Thomasville. G the county are now forced to buy The Decatur county farmer believe* feed for either man or beast from in raising his own meat. Tax Rounds I will be at the following places on dates given below for the purpose of Receiving State and County Tax Returns tor the year 1916. First Round Eldorendo Mon Feb. Brinson. Wed Mar. Rock Pond Thurs Spring Creek Friday Kendrick Saturday Donalsonville Mon. p. m. Steam Mill Tuesday Donalsonville Wed. a. m. Iron City Wed. p. m.Sth, and Thurs. a. m. Bainbridge Saturday Recovery Tues. Faceville Wed. a. m. Bettstown Wed. p. m. Fowlstown Thurs. Climax ... Friday Attapulgus Monday Johnson’s Store Tues. a. m. Bell (at Bird’s Store) Tues. p. m. Belcher Thurs. Parker Friday Second Round Donalsonville Mon. p. m. Steam Mill, at Court House Tues. Iron City Wed. Lynn Station Friday Brinson Saturday April Recovery Tuesday Faceville Wed. Fowlstown Thurs. Climax Friday Attapulgus Monday Bell Tuesday Belcher Thurs. Parker :. Friday Rock Pond Monday Spring Creek Tuesday Kendrick Wed. I will be in Bainbridge the last two weeks in April. Tax Books will close May 1st. T. J. JACKSON