Kentucky Short Horns and Red Poles
35>-Bulls and Heifers”35
s SEPTEMBER 7TH
Beginning promptly at 11:00 o’clock Thursday morning, Sept. 7th, we will offer
to the highest cash bidder, a full car load, -35-head choice registered and grade
Bulls and Heifers from Lexington, Ky. The first opportunity ever presented in
South Georgia to obtain a first class Short-Horn or Red-Pole stock Bull or Heifer
at your own price. A cross from one of these bulls on to your native cattle will
increase the value of your calves by fifty per cent.
A folder giving age, approximate weight,
breeding and full description of each animal to
be sold, will be sent on request.
For private sale, a full car load Indiana
Brood Mares weighing 1100 to 1400 pounds.
Several with colts by their side and good many
in foal. Decidedly the be*t lot of mares we
have ever shipped.
Remember The Date—Don’t Miss This Sale.
THOMASVILLE LIVE STOCK CO.
Low Excursion Fares
Atlantic Coast Line Ry,
“The Standard Railroad ot the South"
Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Tampa
and St. Petersburg
SEPTEMBER 6TH, 1916
ST. PETERSBURG . ..6.10
ST. AUGUSTINE 3.10
Tickets sold to Jacksonville and St. Augustine limited return
ing to reach original starting point not later than midnight Sept.
11th. To Tampa and St. Petersburg midnight Sept. 12th 191G.
Ample accomodations for all through sleeper and coach Thom-
asville to Tampa train 180 Sept, 6th.
For fares, schedules tickets and further information call on or
II. M. DYKES
Ticket Agent A. C. L. Bainbridge, Ga.
,527 E. Shotwell Street
The rains that have been fall
ing recently are appreciated by
Cotton picking is in full
swing in this community.
The sing Saturday night at
the home ot Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Dollar’s was enjoyed by all pre
Mr. Duff Gainous and sister,
Miss Evie, from near Cairo
were visiting triends in our com
munity Saturday and Sunday.
Among those attending the
Farmers’ Union picnic at Pine
Forest from this district, were
Messrs. C. L.; G. F. and R. P.
Martin, W. L Ritter, Marion
Harrell and two sons. They re
port a fine time, plenty of dinner
and good speaking by promin
Miss Elma Pope of Pine For
est, visited at the home of Mrs.
Marion Harrell Saturday and
Miss Emma Lou Martin visited
Miss Elma Pope Saturday p. m.
Mr. Carl Brock visited J. B.
Sizemore Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Kimble Holly attended
preaching at Mt. Pleasant last
The sing last Sunday at Mr.
C. L. Martin’s was enjoyed by
Miss Jewel Brock and Mr. R.
B. Gainous drove to the sing
Sunday p. m.
John H. Brock and Misses
Evie and Gertrude Dollar were
out driving Saturday.
Mr. E. Lamb, of Worth county
is visiting friends and relatives
'in this con munity.
| Miss Birmah Harrell and Mr.
Clarenci Martin attended the
sing last Sunday.
Miss Jewel Brock, spent Fr
iday night with Miss Emrra
i Lou Martin.
The farmers of this section are
busy gathering cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Cato
Rev. W. 0. Crumbly preach
ed a very interesting sermon at
Bethel church last Sunday. We
were very glad to have him with
us once more.
Mr. Walter Dodson is visit
ing Mr. Jesse Wilson this week.
Miss Laura Campbell and Mr.
Charlie Wilson were nnited in
the holy bonds of matrimony
last Sunday. Rev. W. F. Cato
officating. We wish for them a
long and happy life.
Mr. J. T. Wilson and family
family gave a dinnerjlast Tues
day in honor of the marriage of
their baby boy Charles. They
served barbecued meats ice
cream an other refreshments,
^and it wa9 a very enjoyable oc-1
Messrs. Robert and Carl Me- 1
Glanery visited in our commun-'
ity Sunday p. m.
Please correct a mistake con-'
cerning Mr. J. R. Yearta’s hogs, j
Instead of five dollars per head
the seven hogs brought him,
Messrs. Robbie Campbell and i
Jesse Wilson visited at Union 1
Chapel Saturday night and Sun- 1
Rev. Berry will preach at|
Bethel Sunday at 11 o’clock!
and Sunday school at 10 o’clock.!
He will preach a Mt. Zion Sun- 1
day night. Everybody invited to
Mr. Arthur Shaw is visiting
his sister Mrs. R. G. Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Yearta
entertained quite a number of
friends last Saturday night.
Serving ice cream and cake as
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DR. E. C. SMITH
* DENTIST >
’ SET OF TEETH
Teeth Extracted Without Pain
OFFICK BELCHER BLOCK BAINBRIDGE, GA
One Helms Brick Machine with all fixtures, complete fa
making Sand Chemical Brick, 10,000 per day capacity.
secret formulas and the right to use them. Two small hand
machines, 1000 capacity each (with right to use am - formula’
One larger Steel Mold for making Vases 2,1-2 feet high by - ' eet
One Wood Mold for making Flower Vases square, 1G in. x
One Machine to make Hot Pan Lifters.
One Chest of Carpenters Tools.
One Wall Tent 10x141-2 nearly new.
One double barrel hammerless 12 gauge shot gun.
Two large Pistols; one Colts, other S. & W. 44.
One Marble Slab 1 in.xlfi inch.xS feet,
fine Wire Screen for bank or office.
Two large plain Tables, for store oc kitchen.
One Office Table, round metal corners and covered «
Six Vanophones—play any Disc Records.
20 Squares of Rubberoid Roofiing (very best make
All of these will be sold cheap as I have leased my
and will have to move out October 1st, and have no place to ■> 0 -
L. F. PATTERSON