Dear Unknown Friend: -
My name is Helen. Now we are acquainted.
I have a friend named Mary, she has asked me
to advise her where to buy her furniture. I shall
write her a letter every Week. It will be published
in this paper so you may all read it. Mary won’t
I believe in making home beautiful. It is the
best Way to be happy, to hold your husband's heart
and to refine the children. It is also the only Way
‘to gain and keep a social position.
P. S. I might as Well tell you right now that l
buy all of my furniture from . .
LAIME FURNITURE COMPANY
Baiuluriege, - Georgia.
To the Voters of Decatur Co:—
My brother-in law, Hon, Alex
Keese is a candidate for the pos
ition of State School Superinten
dent and I ant writing this card
to ask my friends to give him
their suppoit. Mr. Keese is not
so well known through this im
mediate section, but he is. in
every way qualified to fill th
position to which he aspires and
I will consider it a special favor
if my friends will kindly give
him their support. From an
educational and business stand
point he is well able to give the
state a fair and equitable admin-
The annual meeting of the
South Georgia Singing Conven
tion will meet at Mt. Vernon
Church 12 miles north of Whig-
ham the first Saturday and Sun
day in September. Everybody
cordially invited to attend and
bring well filled baskets.
Will My Child Take Dr.
King’s New Discovery?
The best answer is Dr. King’s
New Discovery itself. It’s a
pleasant sweet syrup, easy to
take. It contains the medicines
which years of experience have
proven best for Coughs and
Colds. Those who have used
Dr. Kina’s New Discoveiy long
est are its best friends. Besides
istrationTof the state"'“office"and j ever >’ b 7 ttle j 9 guaranteed. If
, , , ,, you dent get satisfaction you
he will ser\e the interests oi lhe| K . et y 0Ur nioney back. Buy a
people to the very best of his | bottle, use as directed. Keep
ability. He is honest, conscien-j what is left for Cough and cold
tious and a very careful man, I mid insurance. (1)
and any citizen who- gives him
their support will always have
cause to feel glad that he did so.
The time is short and every vot
er in this county that takes an
interest in his behalf will know
that I appreciate the same just
as much as a man can.
J. P. Speight,
Emory University I
Clear St in Comes
It is foolish to think you can
gain a good clear complexion by
the use of face powder. Get at
the root of the trouble and
thoroughly cleanse the system
‘kith a treatment"of Dr. King’s
New Life' Pills. Gentle and mild
|in action, do not gripe, yet they
, Prcrouvn f»oi|n for ontrnnre into the best college*and icientific Schools, in full
conformity with present iBnntlard requirem. ntn. Every facility fur the beat card of boys,
phyniruj, inenlttI, rporal, will bo supplied as occasion demands.
tgcO'tltiO'cit AlOgtii' before lilac lug your son elsewhere. Address
A. M. HUGHLETT, A M.. LL. 0.. principal, OXFORD. GA.
We are all enjoying the nice-
Mr. John Yearta and family,
Mr. Remus Gardner and family,
and Mrs. E. Hatcher and daugh
ter Arrie all spent the day at
Lanark on the Gulf Thursday
Mr. E. J, Wilson is having con
siderable improvements done on
his buildings this week.
Quite a crowd from Bethel at
tended the singing at Lynn
Station Sunday. All report a
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Johnston
left for Macon Wednesday where
they have accepted positions as
teachers for the coming year.
Somebody ask Guss Rich, Allen
Duke and Ches. Reed what has
| relieve the liver by their action
,on the bowels, Good for young,
adults and aged. Go after a,
, clear complexion to-day. 25c.' become of the New Boys Club of
at your druggist. (1) i“Rough Riders” formed at
| i.':' : ' ‘ v j Bethel some time ago. Think
"MONTEVALLO” The Worlds I tlie > r ol, g ht to meet and attend
Best Coal. Bainbridge Ice'to unfinished business pshaw!
Company Exclusive Agents. I boys.
FOUR CYLINDER BUICKS
FIRST shipment of Four Cylinder Buicks will arrive this week and we wish
all people that really are interested in automobiles to come and see the finish
The New Buick Four Roadsters and Touring Cars
Their coming has been heralded all over the country as an event of history in
automobile perfection. Our first car load will be in this week and we know
that they will please the most exacting auto expert.
Just a few things by way of Advance Information.
BUICK DESIGN—BUICK VALVE-IN-HEAD POWER
T HE rightness of the Buick Valve-in-Head motor and not the
enthusiasm of its salesmen has made the Buick conspicuous for
This new “Four” has a Buick Valve-in-Head motor (with
electric starter) which develops thirty-five horsepower on brake
test and is so reliable for rugged service that no eulogy is neces
sary among “men who know Buick.”
Its lines are beautiful. Finish and color are exceptional. Deep
tufted black genuine leather upholstery. Covered floor and run
ning board, with aluminum bindings, give a trimness of appear
ance that is peculiarly Buick.
Body, hood, tenders and running gear are painted a glossy,
long-wearing black; wheels are black with white stripe. Tires
Model D-4-35, completely equipped, price $735 Touring Car; $720 Roadster
f. o. b. Bainbridge