TKe farmers BanR
o f C^ max
One of the enterprising banks in a growing
town and section that invites the people’s patron
age and confidence.
The smallest beginning when backed by an
earnest resolve to add to it with regularity will
give you a bank account of some iorce and in
placing it with this Bank we help it grow.
A conservative bank with courteous officials
makes a good combination and one that invites
Your business with us will add its part to
the banking needs of the community and we wish
to invite your patronage for the year 1916.
THE FARMERS BANK OF OLIMAX
p H. TRULOCK, Pres. W. B. JOHNSON, Cashier
at the Motor*
” Broad Street.
1 Will cure'your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, nsed in
ternally and externally. Price 25c.
Statistics show that the earning ca
pacity of every man the university
is increased by about $20 a day for
every day of the four years he is or
dinarily In college, or to the extent
of $24,000 for' his life-earning period.
These figures are based on public
school training providing a life-earn
ing ability of $32,000, high school
training $48,000 and University train
ing $72,000. t
Georgia has invested half a million
dollars in higher education in agricul
ture, and, according to these figures,
is destined to secure from graduates
and post-graduates alone $1,920,000;
from short course men, based on one-
twelfth the return from college course,
$3,472,000, or a grand total of $5,392-
No line of human activity is more
likely to give returns equivalent to
these figures than agriculture, the
least understood, appreciated or sci
entifically correlated of our vocations.
In fact, what Investment can a state
hope to make which will pay so large
a dividend as the training of her youth
to participate with efficiency in her
basic agricultural industries?
Thus, the formations for initial lead
ership have been established, for Geor
gia has been fortunate in returning
within her own borders practically ev
ery man who has ever attended a
course at the College of Agriculture,
and the great majority of the small
but loyal and efficient body of alumni
are now working for the state In some
Our connections have an
abundant supply of ready
money to loan for 5 years 6 and
7 per cent, per annum, with
usual commissions. You do not
.have to pay any of the principal
on our loans annually unless
you desire, but interest must
be paid promptly each Fall.
We can give prompt at
tention to business entrusted
to us, and want large loans
ranging in amounts from $1000
to 110,000 or above. We want
applications from only good
men on well-improved farms.
Barrow Loan & Abstract Co.
More Men That Wo
men Have Appendicitis
Surgeons state men are slightly
more subject to appendicitis than
women. Bainbridge people
should know that a few doses
of simple buckhom bark, glyce
rine etc., as mixed with Alder-i-
ka, often relieve or prevent ap
pendicitis. This mixture removes
such surprising foul matter that
ONE SPOONFUL relieves al
most ANY CASE of constipation
and sour stomach or gas. The
INSTANT, easy action of Alde-
-i-ka is surprising. For sale at
EHRLICH DRUG Co.
Telephone your bicycle
troubles to the Motor-
Bike Co., Shingler Bldg.
The -beginning of the Bainbridge
Presbyterian church -was a Prayer
Meeting, organized in the year 1851.
This prayer meeting was organized
by Mr. John Hibherd. In this move
ment he was assisted, ae the oliurch
records say, “By a member of the
Methodist e'hurch, Judge A. A. Al
len, being the only male member
of good standing at that time id
Interest in this prayer meeting
grew until there was a great desire
for a church organization. A peti
tion was sent to the Presbytery 1 of
Florida, and on Peb. 21, 1852, the
Ban-bridge Presbyterian church was
organized with five members. Mr.
John Hibberd was elected Ruling
Elder. The church grew rapidly la
numbers and was a strong factor in
the religious life of the village of
The first minister to serve the
oliurch was Rev. W. H. Crane, who
remained a little more than a year.
He was succeeded by Rev. S. J. Mil-
llken. Mr. >Mllllken has been suc
ceeded -by a long list of able and
godly men, some of whom have be
come prominent in the Southern
Presbyterian church At the meet*
ing of the General Assembly last
year, two former pastors of this
church were candidates for the hon
ored position of Moderator, Dr. W.
MOP. Alexander, of (New Orleans,
and Dr. C. R. -Nlshet, of Kansas
City, Mo. Dr. Alexander was elect
The church has had a slow, but
steady gro wth since Its organization.
During the present pastorate cover
ing a period of six years the mem
bership has been more than deubl-
Bicycles, see them at the
Motor-Bike Co., Shiagler
Bicycle tires $150 to
$4.00 each, at the Motor-
Bike Co., Broad Street.
Bush Beans per qt. 40c Pole Beans per qt. 25c
Velvet Beans, Pape, Sorghum and all kinds of
Chrlich *Druy Company