MY I5TH, ANNIVERSARY ANNOUNCEMENT
IUST fifteen years ago I entered a profession which during this time
J has carried me (with few exceptions) in to every home in Bainbridge
and many homes of the surrounding territory. While it is an estab
lished custom and business equiette not to herald yourself and your
profession at the same time, the pride I have and have always had in
my business prompts this enthusiastic anniversary announcement.
100 Per Cent. Satisfaction For Fifteen Years—Thats My Record
For fifteen years I have known you and your ways; have schooled
myself to please your particular preference; for this reason I will al
ways be just this many years ahead of anyone in serving you.
REMEMBER! DEATH CALLS US ALL
My desire is to extend perfected service—My duty is to please in
every detail of arrangement.
WALTER J. BRACKIN
Funeral Director, General Undertaking and Embalming.
Georgia, Decatur County: —
Htella Parnell Jones Vs Hen II. .limes.
In the Superior Court Said County.
Libel for Divorce. May Term 1910.
The verdict fur Totni divorce was
granted in the above case on the 12th
dav of May 1911.
Notice is hereby given to ull con
cerned that on rlie -4 day of Aug. Ill Id
I filed with the clerk of the Superior
Coart of said county my petition ail-
dreBaed io said court, returnable to the
November Term 1910 thereof, to lie
held on the Second Monday in Novem
ber (Nov, littll.) 191(1, for the rrmoval
of the disabilities resting upon me
under the verdict in the above state I
case bv reason of my intermarriage
with Stoll Purnell which application
will he heard at the November Term
of Kuril court which commences on the
1 till, day of November 191b
BUN 11. JONKS,
H. G. HELL, Attorney for Petitioner.
I will sell my Thomas
Automobile cheap. Will
take land in payment.
The car is in good condi
tion. E. J. Ferry, Bain
CITY PROPERTY FI SALE
One two story dwelling, six
rooms and kitchen, all modern
conveniances. all in first class
condition, now rented to a good
One vacant 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 bur very
few available lots close in on the
A. C. L. Ry. which makeB this
a fine investment to hold if net
used now. Will sell all this pro
perty at a sacrifice. Write or
see L. F. PATTERSON for quick
Bad To Have a Cold
Captain Harvard of Jakin was
was in the city a short while
Dr. John E. Toole went down
to Valdosti Sunday on a pro
A. J, Shelter was among the
farmers in the city Saturday on
Will Kline of Kline Brothers
who has been in the eastern
markets buying goods for his
firm will be home in a few days
with the very best that the
market affords and that taste
and experience can collect.
JUDGE COZART OF COLUMBUS
FOR THE COURT OF APPEALS
Columbus, Ur.—Judge A. W. Cozart
of this city, who is r candidate tor
«*ne of the new judgeships on the
state court of appeals, recently cre
ated by act of the legislature, has been
eoguged in the practice of law both
to the state ami federal courts for
more than twenty years, and is recog
nized by leading judges nail lawyers
■11 over Ueorgia as one of the state’s
Judge t'ozart's candidacy has been
endorsed by every member of the
large and able bar of his home city,
■nd by many local bar associations of
ether towns and cities in Georgia.
•Possessing the judicial tempera
ment, he Is brilliant without being
erratic; keen, but not narrow; deep
without being obscure, and broad
minded without being shallow. He
knows and follows closely the law, but
•t the some time he has a passion
tor substantial justice.
Thousands have laughed at his epi-
Cnuna, which are as wise as they are
witty. From his occasional addresses
Ike following are quoted:
"He who is not willing to perspire
need not aspire.”
“In a moral sense, to beat the devil
you must get ahead of the devil and
run like the devil.”
"I am glad that I was raised in
the country All boys and pigs ought
to be raised in the country."
"A home without a child is like a
world without a satellite, because it
has no bright little one to run around
He has made many addresses be
fore the Georg.a Bar Association and
the Medical Association, Dental As
sociation, Bankers' Association and
Manufacturers' Association of this
state, and he is known throughout the
length and breadth of Georgia.
If you have any lawyer friends anil
want to know about Judge Cozart,
just ask them.
As an evidence of what Judge Co-
zart’s home folks think of him as a
lawyer and a man, we present this
statement made by one of his home
papers, the Columbus Enquirer-Sun,
"Judge Cozart has practiced law in
our midst for twenty-five years, and,
no matter where you turn, you find
every class respecting him and reiv
ing on him. He is thoroughly equip
ped for the grave duties of a mem
ber of this high court. The state amt
the bar of the state, in honoring him
as they will do In September, will be
conferring an honor that he merits
ami for their consideration In reward
ing a worthy man and lawyer they will
receive from him good work, clear
headed work, lots of work. Risd that
high-toned service which has always
actuated the men whose lives In af
ter years have been referred to as
those of patriots.”
Mrs. Parkinson, a aged lady
and for many years a resident
of this county has left for Kansas
where she will make her future
home with her daughter.
The Thomasville Live Stock
Company have a half page adver
tisement in this issue to which
your attention is invited. They
are a live concern and have
covered this section in the stock
business carefully for the past
several years. Read their ad
Mrs. R. W. Jones and little
s in William have returned from
a three weeks visit to Andalusia,
Brantley and Montgomery Ala.
Ask for our special 4 cents
per pound rate on flat work
This is the price that you have
wanted so long. Dixie Steam
Miss Clara Murphree Jones has
returned from a three months
visit to ^Montgomery. Andalusia
and Troy Alabama and Crayton
Beach Fla., “On the Gulf’’
Cowford and De Funiak Springs,
Dr. Spooner and Mr. Harrison j
came over from Donalsonville I
Sunday afternoon and spent aj
Sam Seigel of the Busy Corner
left this week lor the Eastern
Markets to buy his fall line of
Mrs. H. C. Race and children
of Amsterdam came in Sunday
afternoon to take in the music
on the Square.
The Bainbridge Drug & Seed
Company announce this week
that they will carry a full and
complete line of school books
and school book supplies. Read
their advertisement in this issue?
Don’t let your cold hang on,
rack your system and become
chronic when Dr. Bell’s Pine-
Tar-Honey will help you. It
heals the inflammation, soothes
the cough andl oosens the phlegm
You breathe easier at once. Dr,
Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey is a laxa
tive Tar Syrup, the pine tar
balsam heals the raw spots,
loosens the mucous and pre
vents irritation of the bronchial I
tabes. Just get a bottle of L'r. j
Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey today, its
guaranteed to help you. At all
YOU CAN HAVE
beautiful hair if you keep
scalp clean and healthy,
results in baldness. We tecol
Miss Wilmer and Harvey Jones
have returned from a three
months visit to Mobile, Fairhope
and Battle Ala., "across the
bay” and Daphen Island and
Fort Morgan “On the Gulf”.
Mr. W. V. Smith and wife
were in the city Sunday after
noon taking in the musical con
Mrs. D. F. Crenshaw after a
short visit in Alabama has slop
ped over here on her way home
to spend a few days with Mrs. J.
If you don’t get g od service
at the Motor-Bicycie Co., report
it to Robert Haire.
for keeping the scalp healthy aij
promoting hair growth. Soldc
by us, 50c and $1.00.
Callahan Bldg. Bainbridge,
“MONT EVALLO”—The World
Best Coal r Bainbridge lo
Company, Exclusive Agents.
FOR bUPEPIOp COURT JUDGE
To the People of the Albar y Circuit:
I hereby announce myself a candidate for J udge of the Superior Court o|
the Albany Circuit subject to such action as the Democratic Party matj
see fit to made in reference thereto. J believe in the prompt and economical
administration of the law to the rich and poor alike, and in the curtails
ment of dilatory tactics as far as is consistent with the principles of i ust j ( ju
and fair play. Should the people sec fit to beRtow upon me this honorable
trust I pledge them faithui service. I respectfully solicit your support anil
Very Truly Yours
A. S. Johnson.
Tom Roberts and a party of
friends from Donalsonville were
in the city Sunday afternoon
listening to the music.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE ALBANY CIRCUIT.
Judge of the Superior Courts of the Albany Circuit, subject to the action
the Democrat White Primary, and invite your careful consideration nmlacu
sup) ort. 1 am 54 years of age and have been a practicing attorney ,L r j
caged in the practice of law, for thirty vears with the exception of eicnt year
during which time I served as Judge of the City Court of Bainbridge. - x
record isopen to all. The unanimous endorsement of the Decatur County
• *•> IO Ull, a UIIUIUIUlHIi) vliUUIOCIIlvilV G1 II1C - ,- . .
nation is an approval of my services as Judge of the City Court of Bamoriug •
if the people of this Circuit confer U(>on me the high honor I now sees.
Best Coal. Bainbridge lee
Company Exclusive Agents.
Best Coal. Bainbridge lee
Company, Exclusive Agents.
Palm Beach Suits Cleaned 35c.
Julian Hodges. Phone 373.
“I am bothered with with
liver trouble about twice a
year,” writes Joe Dingman,
Webster City, Iowa. “I have
pains in my sides and back and
an awlul soreness in my stomach.
I heard of Chamberlain’s Tablets
and tried them. By the time I
had used half a bottle of them
I was feeling fine and had no
signs of pain.” Obtainable every
ii iux: ui mis vircun comer upon me me mgii uunui i i*' • . , .
pledge you my undivided time and attention wHI be given to the duties oi
office. I will stand at all times for tire enforcement of our laws as written,
believe in equal justice to all and partiality to none.
Assuring you that I will appreciate your support, I am,
Most respectfully yours,
W. M. HARRELL.
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