I nf Nat E. Harris
,nr. L- G. Hardman
^ to Voters of De
L e ek v.-as political week
ih, dee. The two candi-
Kerno), Hon Nat E.
i %r L. G. Hardman
[poke in tins city to the
Uf Decatur county.
■ Harris appeared first,
En Thursday. The head
I state asked that he be
h iond ,-rm of office
I an accounting of his
Lhip and outlined a pro-
L the next term.
iHardnian spoke on Satur-
Iphe Commerce physician
■ed his career as a construc-
[egislator in the past and
| se d to fill the office of
tor should he be chosen,
|ha manner that the people
Lgia would be proud of
h the gentlemen running,
ivernor have large circles of|
s in Decatur county and |
mpaign promises to be a;
one here. It is likely that
candidates will return to j
jr county later in the cam-|
to shake hands with the
I am trying for the Easter Tour
offered by the Southern Woman’s
Magazine, which is published at
Nashville, Tenn., which they
give to every lady who will se
cure 175 subscribers to the mag
azine at $1.00 each. The South
ern is one of the finest maga
zines published in the south.
Last year they gave a trip to the
Panama Exposition for the same
number of subscriptions. This
Easter trip starts from Nashville,
July 4th, and extends through
Atlanta, Washington, Philadel
phia, Atlantic City, Niagra Falls,
Toronto, Thousand Islands, Mon
treal, Albany, Norfolk, Rich
mond and New York City, and
will be a great help to me in my
school work if I can take it. If
any of my friends, wish to help
me win this trip they can do so
by subscribing for this Southern
Woman’s Magazine and giving
me the benefit of their subscrip
tion which I would appreciate
Miss Ruth Voorhies.
Do not order a bicycle
because you can get a
better one for the same
money at the Motor-Bike
For Plumbing and Repairs—
See J. 13. Sedgewick. Phone
from the original
“Through a Straw*
This insures cleanliness,
and is a guarantee
of purity. Each
hottle is measured and!
filled by machinery,
thereby making each
Lottie uniform in flavor.
Served at Soda Founts
“In a bottle
* Straw’ 3
GEORGIA, Decatur County:
To the Superior Court of said Stale
The petition of Tlironateeska Navi
gation Company respectfully shows
the following facts, to-wit;
1st. That it is a corporation under
the laws of Georgia, with its principlal
place of business in Itainbridge, Deca-
turcounty, and that it was duly or
ganized under and by virtue of a char
ier granted by this court of March 7th,
2nd. That under the terms of the
charter the same was granted for and
during a term of twenty years and the
same will expire by limitation on
March “111, 1916.
3rd. Your petitioner shows that a
meeting of the stock holders of the
company was held on the 6th day of
March, 1916, and a resolution was un
animously passed authorizing and
directing the President and General
Manager of the corporation to file ap
plication for an extension of the char
ter rights, a certified copy of the reso
lution passed being hereto attached to
which the usual leave of reference is
WHEREFORE, petitioner prays
that its charter be extended for an
additional twenty years, beginning
March 7th, 1916, and thatit be permit
ted to continue in business as a cor
poration with a]l of the rights, privi
leges and immunities originally grant
Harrell & Wilson.
Resolved that application be made
to the Superior Court lor the extension
of the charter originally granted, for
an additional twenty years, and the
President and General Manager of the
corporation is hereby authorized and
directed to tile tire proper application
in the Superior Court of Decatur coun
ty, asking that the charter rights of
the corporation be extended as provid
ed by law.
1 hereby certify that the above and
foregoing is a true and correct copy of
a resolution passed by the officers and
stockholders of the Tlironateeska Nav
igation Co., on the 0th cay of March,
Annie Mae Buchanan,
Secretary iV Treasurer.
T. N. Buckner,
Piesident anil General Manager.
Georgia, Decatur County:
Personally appeared T. N. Buckner,
who oo oath says that he is President
and General Manager of the Thronu-
teeska Navigation Company, and that
the matters and things set forth in the
above and foregoing peti*’nn are true
T. N. Buckner.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 8th, day March, 1916.
C. W. Wltnberley,
Clerk Superior court
The foregoing application of the
Tlironateeska Navigation Company
read and considered. Ordered that the
same be liled anil advertised for thirty
days in the legal gazette of Decatur
county, Georgia. Let alt parties inter
ested show cause before me at Camilla
on the second Monday in April, 1916
as to why tin' prayers contained in said
petition should not be granted.
E. K. Cox,
.1. S. C. A, C.
G.orgia, Decatur County;
1 certify lliat the foregoing is a true
and correct copy of the petition for ex
tension of charter of Tlironateeska
Navigation Company as appears of lilc
in my office. Witness ray signature
and the seal of said Court, this 11th
day of March, 1916.
C. W. Wlmberley, Clerk.
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AT HOTEL EMPIRE
Opposite Union Depot on Pryor
St. Renovated and refurnished
throughout. Reservations made
on application. Hot and cold
water, private baths, electric
lights and elevator. First class
accommodations at moderate
A Good Family Cough Syrup
Can bejmade by mixing Pinc-
Tar, Aconite, S"gar, Hyoscya-
mus, Sassafras, Pepnerment,
Ipecac. Rhubarb, Mandrake Cap
sicum Muriate Ammonia Honey
and Glycerine. It is pleasant,
healing and soothing, raises the
phlegm and gives almost instant
relief. For convenience ot those
who prefer not to fuss, it sup
plied ready for use in 25 cent
bottles under name of Dr. Bell’s
Pine-Tar- Honey. Can be had at
your druggist, (f Insist on gett
ing’ Dr.JBell’sT Pine-Tar-Honey
and see that the formula is on
the package. (3)
ing. Children like them and
many other* of our 122 kinds.
Of high food value, better for
young folks than confections.
Not to trade for Note in favor
of T. C Wilhrnams given by T.
H. Bynes. Same having been lost
without my indorsement.
T. C. Williams.
Why pay Tire Bills for Others—-
—i e., for RECKLESS Drivers
A MERICANS who want their money's worth,—who
dislike to pay for the Reckless-driving extrava-
T. Jl gance of Others,—in the price of their own
Tires, should sit up and take notice of following FACTS:—
The current Goodrich “Fair-List” price on Tires, is
based upon what it costs the largest, and best equipped,
Rubber Factory in America to produce them. ,
No “Insurance” Premium added to the NORMAL
retail price of Goodrich Tires, in order to protect the
Reckless Driver at the expense of the Careful Driver,
through a fancy List Price which is high enough to absorb
The excess Mileage each Goodrich Tire is reasonably
certain to deliver, when given reasonable care in driving,
thus becomes clear “Velvet” to the Owner of GOODRICH
Money can't make, and can't buy, • better Tires of
Fabric construction, than Goodrich Safety-Tread Tires, as
Test will prove.
And, money can't buy the B. F. Goodrich Co. to
produce Tires which would discredit the 269 other lines of
Rubber Goods made by the B. F. Goodrich Co., for which
its name stands Sponsor.
C OMPARE prices on Goodrich “Fair-List” Tires
with present prices on any other responsible
Tires in the field, bearing in mind that NO
“LARGER-SIZED” Tires (type for type and size for size)
than Goodrich Black-Treads, are made in America.
Then, Test out at least ONE pair of Goodrich black-
tread Tires, on their per-DELIVERED-MIe cost to you,
against any other Tires in the field, at any price, and,—
abide by the Result.
Why (if YOU are not a Reckless Driver) should YOU
pay MORE than the “BUSINESS” price of the Goodrich
Tire, for ANY Fabric Tire in the field?
Get a sliver of the new Goodrich “Barefoot” Rubber
from your nearest Goodrich Dealer or Branch.
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America made, or sold, during
ir, nearly so many Motor-Car
did The*B. F. Goodrich Co.
published Challenge, btill unanswered.
Our ice and cold storage plant will be
opened for operation within a few days.
We are now ready to figure with whole
sale Grocers, Commission Merchants and
Meat Markets for cold storage space for
meat, cheese, butter, apples and all other
perishable commodities on either package
or space rates.
Individual cold storage rooms may be
secured on a monthly rental basis which will-
serve both as a warehouse and for refriger
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