Well Equipped |
Prices Moderate \
527 E. Shotwell Street
CITY PROPERTY Fill SILEil. & N.
One two story dwelling, six
rooms and kitchen, all modern
conveniances. all in first alass
condition, now rented to a pood
One vacant T lot adjoining this
house all on Evans Street, in a
Also one house and lot situated
on the A. C. L. Ry. Street on
three sides can put side tract to
either end. This lot is suitable
for wholesale ware house on
light manufactory being less
than 200 feet from the electric
plant where the city will furnish
power cheap, There are but very
tew available lots close in on the
A. C. L. Ry. which makes this
a fine investment to hold if not
used now. Will sell all this pro
perty at a sacrifice. Write or
see L. F. PATTERSON for quick
Will sell every Hat in our store. Noth
ing above $3.50.
We had rather sell them all at cost and below than carry them
over. They are all high grade and right up to the minute in style
and usually sold for $4.00 to $8.00.
It will pay you to call around and look over our stock, you will
be pleased. Also Ladies ready-to-wear garments, latest in style
75he Ladies Shop
Federal Inquiry or
Faced by demands from the conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen
that would impose on the country an additional burden in transportation costs of
$100,000,000 a year, the railroads propose that this wage problem be settled by
reference to an impartial Federal tribunal.
With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroads
have no differences that could not be considered fairly and decided justly by such
, a public body.
Railroads Urge Public Inquiry and Arbitration
The formal proposal of the railroads to the employes for the settlement of
the controversy is as follows:
"Our conferences hive demonstrated that we cannot harmonize our differences of opinion and that eventually th#
matters in controversy must be passed upon by other and disinterested agencies. Therefore, we propose that your
proposals and the proposition of the railways be disposed of by one or the other of the following methods:
1. Preferably by submission to the Interstate Commerce Commission, the only tribunal which, by reason of its
accumulated information bearing on railway conditions and its control of the revenue of the railways, is in a posi
tion to consider and protect the rights and equities of all the interests affected, and to provide additional revenue
necessary to meet the added cost of operation in case your proposals are found by the Commission to be just and
reasonable; or, in the event the Interstate Commerce Commission cannot, under existing laws, act in the premises,
that we jointly request Congress to take such action as may be necessary to enable the Commission to consider and
promptly dispose of the questions involved; or
2. iiy arbitration in accordance with the provisions of the Federal law" (The Newlands Act).
Leaders Refuse Offer and Take Strike Vote
Leaders of the train service brotherhoods, at the joint conference held in New
York, June 1-15, refused the offer of the railroads to submit the issue to arbitration
or Federal review, and the .employes are now voting on the question whether
authority shall be given these leaders to declare a nation-wide strike.
The Interstate Commerce Commission is proposed by the railroads as the
public body to which this issue ought to be referred for these reasons:
No other body with inch an intimate knowledge
of railroad conditions has such an unquestioned posi
tion in the public confidence.
T he rates the railroads may charge the public for
transportation are now largely fixed by this Govern
Ovit of every dollar received by the railroads from
the public nearly one-half is paid directly to the till
ages; and the money to pay increased wages
from no other source than the rates paid
by the public.
The Interstate Commerce Commission, with its con
trol over rates, is in a position to make a complete
investigation and render such decision as would pro
tect the interests of the railroad employes, the owners
of the railroads, and the public.
A Question For the Public to Decide
The railroads feel that they have no right to grant a wage preferment of
$100,000,000 a year to these employes, now highly paid and constituting only
one-fifth of all the employes, without a clear mandate from a public tribunal that
shall determine the merits of the case after a review of all the facts.
The single issue before the country is whether this controversy is to be settled by an
impartial Government inquiry or by industrial warfare.
National Conference Committee of the Railways
ELISHA LEE, Chairman
L. W. BALDWIN. Gam l Manat",
Central ol Georgia Railway.
C. L. BARDO, Gan‘1 Managar.
New York, New Haven A Hartford Railroad.
B. H. COAPMAN. VicaPraiUamt.
S. B. COTTER, Gan‘1 Managar.
W abash Railway.
f. B. CROWLEY. Aut. VUaPraaUrmt. .
New York Central Railway.
G. H. EMERSON. Gan t Mamma**.
Great Northern Railway.
C. H. EWING. Garni Mama far.
Philadelphia A Reading Railway.
B. W. GRICE. Gan’t5a#;. Tramp..
Chesapeake A Ohio Railway.
A. S. GREIG. 4itt ta Xacatmart.
St. Louis A San Francisco Railroad.
C. W. ROC NS. Gam'l Managar.
Atchison. Topeka A Sauta Fe Railway.
H. W McM \STFR. Gam‘l Mamagar.
Whetting A Lake brie Railroad.
N. O MAHER. Viea-Praiidamt,
Norfolk A Western Rsilway.
JAMES RUSSELL, Gam'l Mamagar.
Denver A Rio Grande Railroad.
A. M. SCHOYER. Kasidmt Vico-Proa..
Pennsylvania Lines West.
W. L SEDPON. Vica-Pr,* .
Seaboard Air Lina Railway.
A. J. STONE. Tica- Pros tdout.
GAINS 18 POUNDS ON
ONI! li BOTTLES
Capt. Parker—Now Eats
Cabbage and Pork Like
a Section Hand.
IT100 TO CHURCH
“I have got to hand it to
that Tanlac, for there is no
doubt about it being the finest
thing ever sold in a drug store
for the people that have any
sort of stomach trouble or indi
gestion.” said Capt. Eugene
Parker, a popular Louisville and
Nashville conductor, running be
tween Birmingham and Montgo
mery and who lives at 417 Sixth
avenue, Inglenook, a few days
“Why the way it has straigh
tened me out in just a short
time,” he continued, “is a myst
ery and it has done for me what
nothing else I ever tried would
do. I had mighty near got to
where I didn’t need to go to
the table any more, so far eating
was concerned, for I couldn’t
eat (anything after I got there.
If I did, I had to pay dear for
it in a little while, for my
stomach had just about played
out all together.
‘ 'There was a continual sore
ness in my stomach and I
thought sometimes it must be an
abscess. My liver never was
right and there was not a day
but what I had to get something
from the drug store for head
ache land to settle my stomach.
I never had much life in me and
had fallen off a great deal. I
was in a badly run down shape
generally and hardly fit to do
‘‘About three weeks ago a
friend of mine asked me why I
didn’t try this Tanlac, as he had
used it and found it to be the
very thing he needed, so I took
him up on his suggestion and
stopped at the Anderson Drug
company in Inglenook and I
bought two bottles of it, but 1
must say I never looked for
it to do any good, as so many
things had been recomended tc
me and I tried them all without
“Well, I am atraid some people
won’t believe it, but it is a fact
and I can prove it. After I had
used those two bottles I weigh
ed and found I had actually
gaimd 18 pounds. It just
straightened my stomach out in
no time and since I took the
first dose 1 have not had to take
anytl ing for a headache.
“I have the finest kind of an
appetite now and can eat any
thing. The other day out on the
road our supplies had run low
and I had [some salt pork and
cabbage cooked up on the ca
boose and I ate it like a section
hand and enjoyed every mouth
ful of it. That’s ‘going some’
for a man who had stomach
trouble, but it did not hurt me
‘T notice I sleep a great deal
better now and am just about
about 100 per cent in better
shape every way. I really be
lieve Tanlac is the best remedy
in the world and there are a lot
ot other people out my way who
think the same thing.”
Tanlac is sold in Bainbridge
exclusively by Willis Drug Co.,
in Donalson\ille by the Palace
Drug Co; Climax by the Climax
Pharmacy: Iron City, by Strick
land and Cordell; Brinson, by
H. B, Harrell Supply Co.
I attend Church on rainy Sun
1. God has blessed the Lord’s
Day, and hallowed it, making no
exceptions for rainy Sundays.
2. I expect my clergyman to
be there. I should be surprised
if he were to stay at home for
3. If his hands fail through
weakness, I shall have great rea
son to blame myself, unless I sus
tain him by my prayers and my
4. By staying away I lose the
prayers which bring God’s bless
ing, and the sermon which might
; have done me great good.
j 5. My presence is more need
ful on days when there are few,
| than on those when the Church
' is crowded.
| 6. Whatever station I hold in
the Church, my example must
influence others; if I stay away,
why may not others?
7. On any important business
rainy weather does not keep me
at home; and Church attendance
is, in God’s sight, very import
Among the crowds of pleas
ure-seekers, I see that no weath
er keeps delicate people from
the ball, the party, or the con
9. Among other blessings such
weather will show me on what
foundation I am building. It will
prove how much I love Christ;
true love rarely fails to meet an
10. Those who stay from
Church because it is too warm,
or too cold, or too rainy, frequent
ly absent themselves on fair
11. Though my excuses satis
fy myself, they still must under
go God’s scrutiny; and they must
be well grounded to bear that.
12. There is a special prom
ise, that where “two or three”
meet together in God’s Name,
He will be in the midst of them.
13. An avoidable absence from
Church is an infallible evidence
of spiritual decay. Disciples first
follow Christ at a distance, and
then, like Peter, do not know
14- My faith is to be known
by my self-denying Christian
life, and not by the rise or fall
of the thermometer.
15. Such yielding to surmoun
table difficulties prepares for
yielding to those merely imagin
able; until thousands never enter
a Church, and yet think they
have good reason lor such neg
16. By a suitable arrangement
on Saturday, I shall be able to
attend Church without exhaus
tion; otherwise my late work on
Saturday night must tend to un
fit me for the Sunday enjoyment
of Christian privileges.
17. I know not how many
more Sundays God may give me;
and it would be a poor prepara
tion for my first Sunday in Heav
en to have slighted my last Sun
day on earth.
Scottish Chronicle, quoted by
Look Good--Feel Good
No one can either feel good
nor look good while suffering
from constipation. Get rid of
that tired, draggy, lifeless feel
ing by a treatment of Dr. King’s
New Life Pills. Buy a box to
day, take one or two pills to
night. In the morning that stuff
ed, dull feeling is gone and you
feel better at once. 25c at your
A SERIOUS LOSS
is loss of appetite.
sharpens your appetite, aids di
gestion, improves the health,
and gives strength and vigor.
Sold only by us, $1.00.
Callahan Bldg. Bainbridge, Ga.
Just another re J
in Bainbridge. Ar Jl
case. _ Kidney ail J
in Bainbridge with tv
ney Pills. u °«
Mrs. E. W. Hall J
ers St., Bainbridge'cJ
back ached all the’«J
wasn’t able to stral
after stooping, without!
became so nervous that!
hardly get to sleep
The kidney secretions i
frequent in passage .J
I had dizzy spells, blj
floated before my ey |
suffered from frequej
aches. Doan’s Kidnel
which I got at the Ehrll
Co., brought lasting J
Price 50c at all dealer!
simply ask for a kidney!
—get Doan’s Kidney ff
same kind that Mrs, H|
Foster-Milburn Co' rI
N. Y. ” 1
You are hereby notii
the date for the examii.
applicants for license tote]
be held on Friday and
August the 4th and 5th
the public schuol building
city of Bainbridge, Th
mination will embrace
Primary and Generali
tary and High School and
visory. Those teachers
to renew first grade
granted in 1913 will t
following Reading Course
ual of Methods for G
Teachers, free: Cubberley
al Life and Education, S(
School Book Depository
Ga; Colgrove’s, The Teacl
The School, Charles Sc:
Sons, Atlanta, Ga; Hoi
High School Administj
Southern School Book I
tory, Atlanta, Ga.
The examination will
promptly at 8:30 a. m.
applicant will be admittec
9 o‘clock. Pencils and
will be free.
J. S. Bradwell, C.
Stop using this dang(
drug before it saliva
you! It’s horrible
You’re bilious, sluggish' c
patedand believe you need
dangerous calomel to start
liver and clean bowles.
Here’s my guarantee! Ask
druggist for a fifty cent bot
Dodson’s Liver Tone and t
spoonfull to-night. If
start your liver and strait
you up better than calomel
without griping or making
sick I want you to go back t
store and get your money,
Take calomel to day an<
morrow you will feel weak
sick and nauseated. D° n 1
a days work. Take a spoon
harmless Dodson’s Liver
tonight and wake up *
great. It’s perfectly hann
so give it to your children
time. It can’t salivate, s(
them eat anything aften^
ORIOtt LODGE Ao.
F. & A. M.
Meets Every Fi rst .. *
Out of town Brethren E;P 6C
GEO, H. FIELDS,