ZtiSS court house
8 i.efcre ■•••-.,, _. u d coun-
; c itvot Bl ;"c in'^ept. next,
sa’.e, the fot
tf i! . 'irr.ertv to wit;
• -a }’* •
HfiilSHT HIS WIFE
WOULD NEVER LEAVE
HER INVALIQ CHAIR
BEar^^ln the city
r I luirr.t «*° l - u \
ie noh" bv ..
>,$„y i’lanters street
.... ■ c l' 11 tr i Foreman of Big Plant Says:
I the -
,ax H lr fi ‘in
=-efo rC l",
Attjy gjr'jcr. chief of po’ice
“Tanlac Made a New
Woman of My Wife and
She Has Gained Fifteen
‘ , court house
abridge in said
., in Sept., dur-
a jg the follow-
' p. 'ihe 20U»,
^ ,,'pv containing
f; \ r -J24 ill the
.. : also part of
iTie ii'tti. Hist .of
' k .\ follows:—
Katthe , 0 the Attapul-
■lunnins*'| thence east
|i' :lin V, cnee' north to the
no mail, on (lu , nee west, on
u.oreor less; also
ivin" south of said
p.,; u 's Mill road,
Jo, i,v said read and
lirii ■ ..jniiigone acre,
lai" 1 ||,K '.' : .!.re irnet and said
•'^ftiin- bounded on the
*T jC i . t lilbert Priest; on
ffk'V.V NViiliam Jones, on
f |lUU S n[ I . m; iv Marshall and
abv other'lands of F,. M. D.
‘containing in the .aggregate
« ' l ]). LitlleUe’d to
«•}', a .1 Of Geo. M. For-
4 h 1,1 111 , ; • 41 svf>ol< 1 ltf-
. I',., m |), Littlefield, is-
JShel : l''y Court of Bainbridge,
liven to I'-
,,ltl • vr» ; C7 ■
Written notice of
It Littlefield and
i This -5th, day
Kdtefore the collrt . hoU .'i
I the eitv of Bainbridge in said
first Tuesday ni Sent,
fthe legal hours of sale the fol-
,. r ,.,,erty to wit;
* * Diitaininp; one-half
bounded on the
of Jones, on the
,f Jackson, on the
on t lie west by
Levied on as the
of I ouis (tary to satisfy a tax
for ilie war 1912, and said
Bavin? been paid by .!as. Arm
I?-mil triin.itorre«i lo him nmII^ aiII
•it y uppertainin
1). !*., Burlier, chief of police.
The public of today is ac
customed to strange and unusual
occurrences, and the newspapers
are filled with sensation after
sensation, but in spite of this the
statement of Mr. W. W. Smith
regarding the wonderful recov
ery of his wife, whom he had
given up to be an invalid the rest
of her days, would hardly be
believed were it not for the high
character of Mr. Smith, foreman
for the Krueger Mfg. Co., of
Atlanta, „and the further fact
that each and every circum
stance can be established be
yond a reasonable doubt. Mr.
Smith’s address is Box 159, R.
F. D. 3. Atlanta, Ga
“I am a happy man, he said
after completing his remarkable
statement,-“and I’ll stand up to
every word I’ve said and more,
too. J ust send them to me.
Following is the recital of facts
in Mr. Smith’s own words:
“My wife was so weak she
could not leave her chair or bed
without help—in fact, I had
given he up to be an invalid the
rest of her life. She spent most
of her time in her chair and had
done so for years. I have spent
thousands of dollars for doctors,
hospitals nurses and to drug
stores, but nothing gave her re
lief and that’s why it seems so
astonishing that four bottles o,
Tanlac could make her gain fif
teen pounds and put her on her
Her main trouble was rheu
matism, but she seemed to be in
tit Decatur countf: I bad condition in many ways
lie sold before the court house bad headaches and was very
jTffi t“^i.i n ^t nervous all the time, which
the legal hours of sale the foi- ^ept her from resting wen at
. 'SKmfTu°t"eWh- night. Her liver was sluggish’
corner of lot of U iml number 27 in I ^ j na ctive and she had con-
CErL'lX™. tinual pains m the kidney*.
rlhaiid eust l,y original Iflntt tines, I \T 0 thing We Could do seemed to
itii tv Mose Kdwants, west by , the tired languid
Sharp, being the same land relieve her ot tne uieu
red by Prudnce Edwards to f t hat was with her all
I'jliviirrls. t.eviecl on as the o-1 - faaraA she was
Ot Mose Kdwardsio satisfy a H fa the time and I leared sne was
llivorof H. ii. F.hrlich & Co. T e ?‘ Lmtirelv beyond the reach ot
din possesion notified. This July! __
Llsi'i. I medicine.
. w. martin, Sheriff. | “Besides all this her stomach
, , ,, . i was out of order and she would
iteof lleorgm, Decatur County: was out ui
Bliereas, T. >. Hawes, Administra-1 bave bilious Spells touoweu Dy
■ ofM. 1). Powell's Estate represents I then diarrhea,
the court, in his petition, duly filed constipation and tnen matin
i filtered on record, that he has ful-1 “Strong testimonials irom tne
administered said estate: This is, I , T i_ ha reliable cave
refore, to cite all persons concerned, I people I knew
tdred and creditors, to show cause, | j^g a little hope that laniac.
ny they can, why said administra- .. . . wifa and make
should not be discharged from his would help my Wile ana nux*
'•inistrution, and receive letters 0 M her feel better, even II aid not
mission, on first Monday in Hept. | v»^ r _f Ar somehow I had
cure her-for somehow I
T, it. Maxwell, Ordinary. I gotten to the point that I could
. 1 n ot believe anything would re-
orgia, Decatur county: I not , t> f T rortain
"in be sold before the court house I heve her entirely, out I -ert
Ml IP TO ATHENS
My Corn Club prize this year
was a scholarship to the short
course at the State College of
Agriculture. I left Bainbridge
at„12:13 o’clock on the morning
of Augnst sixth. I went from
Thomasville over the A. B. &
A. to Atlanta. At Fitzgerald
we found a special car provided
for the Pig Club, Corn Club and
Canning Club young people. We
reached Athens at 11 o’clock
Monday night. Mr. Procter of
the hog cholera station went
The boys had two dormitories
and the girls had one. There
were about two hundred and
seventy-five of us. My room was
in Candler Hall.
We had daily lectures on vari
ous subjects looking to the im
provement of farm life and farm
profits. Besides there was lec
tures on many other subjects
by some of the most prominent
educators of the state. These
lectures were of great benefit
to us. They helped to give us
a broader veiw of life. We see
as we have never seen before
what tarms mean to this nation
of ours. There has been a day
when a man turned to the farm
when he had failed at every
thing else. This because a fail
ure in the shape of a man could
dig out an existanceon the farm
We know that brains are needed
on the farm just as in other
business. We feel that farming
has been raised to the dignity
of a profession and is no longer
a means of existance only.
After the day’s work was
over the swimming pools claim
ed our time for on hour. Nearly
every night some kind of an en
tertainment was provided for us
We had cream and other means
of refreshment. Several nights
we had special “movies” for
our pleasune. These were pro
dded by our friends among the
directors, especially by - Div
Parks and Chancelor Barrow.
After our two weeks were up
we turned our faces toward
home.. We were allowed to stpr-
one day in Atlanta, which we
spent very profitably seeing the
sights of our capital city.
I am sure that every boy and
girl that attended the “Short
Course” this summer came home
with a largerjview of life and a
greater love for our old state.
Decatur’s representatives were
Miss Martha Rogers, of Face-
ville, Ed Smallwood, of Fowls
town, Clyde Canty, of Fowls
town, Alva Saunders, of Fa r
childs and Benton Trawick of
Attapulgus. W r e all boosted old
Decatur county as hard as we
could while in Athens, and
here’s to her continued prosper
Like tkat pmcK kit
tke 9 th —tkey satisfy i
Two out in the 9th! The * pinch hitter
lines a beauty over "short.” In comes the
winning run. The “fans” go wild * t ce J"
tainly satisfies! That’s what Chesterfields
do when you smoke—they satisfy!
Still, they’re MILD!
It is this combination of “satisfy” with
mildness that is giving smokers that new
But only Chesterfields can give it to them,
for the good reason that no cigarette maker
can copy the Chesterfield blend/
Try Chesterfields today!
m ue sola oeiore me court nuu»e neve iia tnvuw.j.
in the city of Bainbridge in said I, . i different about it nOW
ity <m the first Tuesday in Aug. IW le _ , . hnHdM
ts the legal hours of sale tne fol-j for she has taken four
mg described property to wit; _ j j conS ider her Well. HoneSt-
* tnderwood Typewriter No. L I aria 1 _ ... -amp
md on as the property of Bain-hy, she don t seem like tne sam
ige Tailoring Co., to satisfy a City I t
! n li fa in favor of H. CL Bornl woma - u _e„i arw 4
list the Bainbridge Tailoring Co. I “She goes about chetrtUl ana
ymade i Jy ,i s. Ard L. c. ap tl L anDV an d feels strong and good,
led over to the sheriff for advertis-1 nappy a what
land sale. This Aug. 3rd, 1916. |l would not take $1,000 for What
w. MARTIN. Sheriff. K hag done for h er . I recommend
TAX LEVY 1916 Tanlac because ot what u has
Lone for my wife. I|» »»”<*»,
I'flads and Revenues of Decatur I a.-.,i and you are welcome to tell
jnty that 10 mills be, and the same I . . ,,.L a t I sav ” '
hereby levied ami fixed as the rate everybody W l.at 1MJ-
tavuti.v^ r. I _ i • 1 n Kd
10 for 8c
Also packed 20 for 1 Oc
-and yet theyre J
T Mill) ■;
One of the most enjoyable
occasions of the season wa3 the
alday sing at the FowDtown
Baptist Church Saturday Aug.
26th, which church granted the
privilege of an undenominational
affair and the use of their
church organ, and beautiful
grove for the occasion.
Mr. W. P. Harrell, of Chatta
hoochee, Fla., was the leading
director. Different localities were
t» i*>" brid * e i w i r T re ““ld > Shwh r e s ri
mble property in said county for the I . , u„ Willis Drug Co., j The large crowd wh g
,r Isis, ami the tax collector of said exclusively by _ , I j pnioved the day to theut-
mty is hereby ordered to make out Donalsonville by the Palace ed J -aoorinllv the abund-
dcollect county taxes at s-.id rate. JP ,’ riimnv hv the Climax most, and especially the aDunu
J 1 taxes io be collected and used for Drug Co, Clima y c tr jck-! ance of dinner which was served
■ following purposes: Pharmacy; Iron City, by btncK |“ nc
• tl. ,n on the thousand to pay the p Rrinson by H. i in the pretty grove.
iind.bteaness of the county due land ft-Cordell, so . | before the
. , ...^ county due I land Cr-L/Orueu, . I T,,ai- before the close 1 of the
lo b.-coine due and past doe. rx Harrell Supply Co; Babcock, McDonald and
*•'" on the thousand to build ^ Bros Lumber sing Mrs. W. W. McDonald mm
re fa r court house, jail, bridges Ga, by Babcock jt wo "sons of Hannatown ex-
iw,nira.t Con.pany ; Eldorendo, Ga.,J. | a beautiful trio. Then
. 1 uouse, jau
t terries and other public
““according to the contract.
._!■ 1 on the thousand to pay
:r |ffs. jailers and other officers’ fee’s
"ty entiled to..
■ |fj ceiits on the thousand to pay
oner s fees and expenses.
! ™ cent* on the thousand to pay
urn at court, non-resident witnesses,
' serv anls hire, stationary and the
’■ io <-ents on the thousand U) pay
? r * l'cr diem.
. !l) l T nt " "n the thousand to pay j
• 'ft of paupers.
l on the thousand to pay ex-
lf opening, improving and
""tuning public roads.
L. BaJl.Ii, Chairman.
THE highest quality
J6 Pig? Reap* ^ Tvt
I U««ST rSACMIO»ll rWW If WSW'O
| tended a beautiful trio. Then
J there was a short lecture from
Mr. B. T. Evans.
NOTICE IB TRUSTEES
To the Trustees of the Local
School Tax Districts, Decatur i
You are hereby notified to ap
pear at the office of T. J. Jack-
son, Tax Receiver, to assist in
making up the school digests for
your respective school districts
on the dates following;
Attapulgus, Monday August 14.
Bell-Dixon, Tuesday Ausgust 15.
Bethel and Cornelia. Wednesday
Brinson, Thursday August 17.
Climax, Friday, August 18.
Desser and Faceville, Saturday
Donalsonville, Monday Aug. 21.
Fairchild and Franklin, Tuesday
Green shade and Griselda, Wed
nesday August 23.
Humphrey and Ham. Spr., Thurs
day August 24.
Iron City, Friday August 25
Lela and Mariola, Saturday
Maxwell and Miriam, Mt. Car-
mel and Parker and Swicord,
Pine Grove and Pine View, Tues
day August 29.
Recovery and Reynoldsville,
Wednesday August 30.
Sylvania and Trinity Thursday
Cure for Cholera Morbus.
“When our little boy, now
seven years old, was a baby he
wa3 cured of cholera morbus by
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy,’’ writes Mrs.
Sidney Simmons, Fair Hr—
N. Y.' “Since then other mem
bers of my family have used this
valuable medicine for colic and
bowel troubles with good satis
faction and I glady endorse it
as a remedy of exceptional
merit.” Obtainable everywhere.
Wi'l'be Hohl before the Court House
loor in suitl county, on the find I’uei*-
liiy ,n Sept 1910, within the legal ,
hours of sale, the following described
25 bushels of corn, more or less, .10
bushels of cotton seed, more or less, 2
hundred bundles' of fodder, more or
less. Levied under mortgage ti fa is-
sued from .the Justice Court of the ’
ft kith distract of Decatur county, Ga.
Levied on ns the property of .L G.-
Nichols, in favor of the Citizens Bank .
of Bainbridge. Property poiritod' Out -
by .1. (1. Nichols, apd in his |*>pse»sion.
ThisAuz.i 3rd,• 1910, '
8. tV. MARTIN, Hheriff.
Will cure your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramp3 ’
Folic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used m-
ternally and externally. Prue
1 MON TEVALLO”—The Worlds
Best Coal. Bainbridge Ice
Company, Exclusive Agents.
’ CellUla** l*Guaranked
Lane Furniture Gompant
Ask for our special 4 cents
per pound rate on flat work.
This is the price that you have
wanted so long. Dixie Steam
August 31. , , .
Twin Lakes, Thursday August
Ward end West Bainbridge,
, Friday September 1.
J. S. Bradwell,
C. S. S.
“MONTEVALLO” -The Worlds
Best Coal. Bainbridge Ice
Company, Exclusive Agents.
Palm Beach Suits Cleaned 35c.
Julian Hodges. Phone 373.
CITATION-YEAR S SUPPORT
Georglu, Decatur County:
The return of the appraisers setting
uimtt tweltie monthn support to the
family of David Mathews, deceased,
huving Men died In my office, all per
sons concerned are cited to show cause
by the first Monday in September, .
1916, why said application for twelve
months sup|>ort should not he grant-'
ed. This Aug. 7th, 1916.
T. B. Maxwell, Ordinary.
W. (1. B. Clements . No. 2859. ltl De- •
vs. catur Superior'
Annie Clements I Court. May
I Libui, For Divorok
Verdict for total divorce on the 8th
dev of May, 1916, in favor of thepliUn-
liff. . . .. ’
Notice is hereby given that on the
14th day of July, 19l6, the undersigned,
filed in the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of Decatur county,
Georgia, an application for removal of
the disabilities resting upon her under
the verdict in the above stated caae-
Said application will be heard at th»
Term of said court which commences,
on the second Monday in November,
191 °‘ Annie Clements,
Long loans on improved farm
lands at low rat s ot interest.
The conditions are such that any
man can improve his farm and
let the farm pay for itseif and
I F. E. STRICKLAND