You Sa ve YlME, MON El
WORRY, and are Assurfl
Results that Eminently Sal
11 never know how
oa oottee can be un
coil try Luzianne.
Special attention, Criminal, Daman,
Daninptey, Equity anS Insurance lav.
No. S49 1*2 Broad Bt.
FARSI AND CITE DOANS
e 12 A. M. 1 to 4 P. M.
Office Over 0. L. Parker’s
Office ’Phone 340
W. B. BENNET
B. C. WILLIFORD
Tift on. Us.
OOee 80-32, McLeod Bids,
(Damage Suite and Criminal Practice
Everybody Loves Baby
Auguzta. Go.:—"From the time my
baby girl was thn-e months old I havo
uniat '^Hn.M nrcd a; r
vitt.v’tMfUWik^ and threat.”
llPir.!, Wesson, M(i>
■Issippi: /W.I.3-KA makes m-
feel vij'or-ona and' cble to wor!
■.vithOst thit tired, freak feeling
vsnally lraft-o oUsrrlnsv’
Mra. p7V u .t„gsen, Austin, Mir
-scsota: “If /pt rid bf my )iv<
trouble an-4/eri'Oab-tmythJng sin*
Jiu. L. Hearing, 283 East 109t
St, New York Gltyt “For catnrr:
of the bead and stomach. I hav
’ found EErRU-NA better than an;
Mr. W. H. Edgar, .49 Cooper St.
Atlanta, Georgia: “PE-RU-Nf
cured mo after I had euffcrc-
fifteen years with rheumatism.”
Mrs. Leona Dodd, It. No. 8
Medon, Tennessee: “PE-RU-N/
ia a grand medicine for coughs an
So many diseases are due to c:
tarrh and catarrhal condition
makes PB-BD-NA tho beat mod.
cirte in the world to have on han
for emergencies and general hoalt’
protection.. Thousands of fnmilic
are never without a bottle of PE
RU-NA or a box of PE-RUOfl.
Tablet* in the medicine c:il''t?
That ■ tho 'safe way. c
■TMoanr buy PE-llU-VA
babies wheu th
old to holp in:
praises it as his)
COX, 843 Ehlffi
Dr. Pierre s Golden’
tho asthma and the 1
to build me up and
JUNIPER CAMP No. 144
WOODMEN Of THE WORLD
Meets army' Brat and third Tars day
idgkt la the Maaonte BaiL AH rnsmbsm
are reqamtid in a'Haad and visiting CNsp-
ym M wMr taiM ^ ’
i & R. HUTCHINSON, CM.
The Fertilizer That Mat
y l^ Fish Scrap Famous j
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMP
Menfolk, Va. Richmond, Va. Lynchburg, Yl /Tail
ChaMotte, N. C. Washington, N. C. rniumtofa, S. Cl So,
Atlanta, Ga. Macon, Ga. Columbus, Gal Mteitgoa
Farm Light Plants and water works
systems. Com, tn and see our light and
water works systsau for the Isrto. W,
* Farmer* <k. f *«**'*’•*
The Reily-Taylor Company
Nashville, Oa., l»ec. 17.—Mn. Mar-
tha Ann Giddenn, aged 80 yearn, died
Monday at the home of her son-in-law,
Isaac Boyd, near Nashville. The funeral
and interment \va* at l*opla r Hpriu^s
The next time you have
, chills and Fever
"It Kills the GI)ills”U
A edentifle preacription which kills tha
malaria genus, breaks up the Chills and
Ftvar and bnilda np the system.
Amees CkIU and Ferer Me k «M
In Tlfton and gnuutaad by BnoM
Mr. .1. \V. Powell, of Harlem, Ga.,
spoiuJiug a few daya with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. T. K. Conger, of Route .3, wu in
the city Saturday and advertises fo r a
house or rooms.
Christmas carols will be sung this
year in many towns and cities on Christ
mas Eve night. Why uot in Tiftdn?
Sellars Parsons, on Route 2, has lost
a mule and offer* a reward for informa
tion* Wee the Wunt Ada,
Parker Turner, at Ty Ty, has taken
up three tattles nud wants the owners
to come and them. See descriptions
iu the Want Ads.
The Box Supper at Myrtle was a suc
cess beyond the ‘expectations of the
friends of the school.' A total of $41.50
was raised and when the size of the
school is considered, this ia good.
; D. B. HARRELL
* Practicing Physician
Office McLcod-O’Ncal Bid*.
Office Phone 2M* Realdenco SOI
• R, G. ELLIS
Special attention given to c<
and u matter, relating to land tlUoa.
wm practice k all the Courts.
DtSCHMBEK IN DIXIE
To sunshine and roses
He’s lifting his bat;
A mockingbird’s singing:—
Wbat think you of that?
Why, Old Man December
Don’t know where he’s at!
Do Yon Enjoy Torn* Meals?
If you do not enjoy your emesis your
digestion is faulty. Bat moderately, es-
Iiecially of meats, masticate wyour food
thoroughly. Let five hours elapse be
tween meals and take one of Chamber-
Iain’s Tablets immediately afte r supper
and you will soon find your meals to he
a real pleasure.
Mr. Emmett Holder and Mias Lolls
Holder motored over to Oordele Sunday
morning to meet their mother, who has
boen on n two weeks’ visit to her (laugh
ter, Mrs. R. L. Wade, in Lumpkin.
These tablets arc intended especially
for indigestion and constipation. They
tone up the stomach and enable it to
perform its functions naturally. They
act gently on the liver and bowels, there
by restoring the stomach and bowels to
a healthy condition. When wyou feel
dull, stupid aud constipated, give them
a trial. You are certain to be
with their effect.
Mrs. K, L. Overby and two little
daughters, Elizabeth and Margaret, aud
Miss Murgarct Gary of Richmond, Va.,
who iinvc been the guests of Mr. aud
Mrs. IV. K. Overby for several days,
left Tuesday for tbeir home.
Mr. .1. G. Wilbanks, of Brookfield, was
husiuesN visitor to tho city Tuesday.
Ouite a number of Wagon and truck
ioads of furniture ure seen passing
through Tifton every day now, which in
dicates that the first of the year la al
Mr. CJeo. B. Owen', ,of Fender, was
ia the -‘city Saturday making arrange*
ments to leave for Vallejo, California,
next week to visit bis', daughter and old
New* ha. been r*«'ved in Tilton that
Ur. Jim Walker, who wu operated on
in Albany a few weel/, ago for append!*
elite end whose coalition at one time
wye considered serious, b practically
oot of dinger end win probably be borne
1» a fnv day*.
Mr. end Mrs. H. A Williams went
down to Valdosta Bagdad to take their
“title U>ree*jear*»ld eon, Worley, for
Uttla know wu
over about .4 hrlij weeks ago by tn
truck and fcu'noMfiMBM « vreU
- aereral days.
Mr. a W. Smith
Thnredey to their m
on Fifth street which
completed. This U one o^fhe prettiest
of the many new bungalows which have
been built in Tifton recently and adds
much to that section of the town
Mr. E. A. Dow and family, who have
lived In thia section for several years,
have moved to Iron City. Their house
hold goods were sent on last week and
Mr and Mrs. Dow left Monday. They
made many friends in this section during
their stay here who regret to see them
leuve, but wish them well.
Mr. A. R. Chandler, of Rebecca, was
among the visitors to Tifton Monday,
reports everything dry in his community
as they have not had rain enough to
plant their fall crops. Mr. Ghandler says
he has been taking the Gazette some
where near 20 or 25 years and he
don’t feel Mke ha can do without it
who has a bad cold should be completely
isolated to prevent other members of the
family and assoeiates from contracting
the disease, ns i-olds are about as catch
iiig as measles. One thing sure—the soon
er one rids himself of a'cold the less the
danger, and you will .look a good while
before yon find a batter medicine than
Chamberlain’s Cough Ranedy to aid
you in curing a cold.
Last year, several people in this sec
tion sent to distant friends or relatives
a copy of ‘ ‘Saturday Night Sketches'
for a Christmas gift, and many letters
of appreciation were received. The books
are on aale at the'Oaxette Office and
will be sent by *mai1« postpaid,
ccipt of price. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruffian, of Tar
boro, N. C., welcomed the arrival of
n lovely little girl at their home in that
city this week. Mra. Ruffian will be
remembered here' as Miss Aline Shipp.
The Eldorado school has grown to
such an extent that an additional teach
er was required. The ' scfibnl building
being inadequate fo r the addition, the
Methodist church was secured and Miss
Annnle Nelson, of Lenox, put la charge.
Splendid Cough Medicine.
“As I feel that every family should
know what a splendid medicine Chamber
lain’s Cough Remedy is,.I am only, too
pleased to relate my exp'rience, and only
wish that I had kno*> n of its merit
yeara ago,” writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Per
guson Station, Mo. ‘T give it to my
children when they show tho slightest
symptoms of being croupy, and whe n I
have a cough or cold on the lungs a very
few doaea will relieve me, and by taking
it for a few dayR, I soon get rid of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith, of Val
dosta, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Alma Irene, to Mr. Otis Crou
ch Wilkes, of Adel, the wedding to take
place December 31.
YOUR LIFE AWAY
You know the cause. Your system
is full of malaria;, get it out; of your
system. Get rid of those strength de
stroying chills with Amcco.
The minute you take a dose of
Ameco, you can rest assured you
will miss that dreaded chill day.
"It kills the chills.”
A fo\y doses breaks the fever and
after taking one o r two bottles as n
tonic, tho fever will not return. -
Ameco will also cure any oriliimr.v
cold in 24 hours.
Try a bottle of Amcco. You will bo
agreeably surprised bow qyickly and
thoroughly it docs the work. Every
bottle guaranteed. Sold and guaranteed
by Brooks Pharmacy.
PRICES 25 CENTS.
Whereas, it has pleased JJod, In his
All Wise and overruling Providence, to
remove from the actlvitiea and labors of
this His church, Brother Alien Gibbs,
Whereas, we bow in obedient submis
sion this dispensation of an omlnlcient
and unerring Father, we feel called upon
to bear testimony to the worth and Chris
tian character of our departed Brother,
and therefore, be it resolved, That in
the removal by’death of Brother Allen
Gibbs, this church and this entire com
munity has suffered an irreparably loss,
and the cause of Christ a valiant crusader
Joining tha church inAeirly Ufa Ms
Christian "example, ht mk tirVii * v -
In tha Holy Causa and^K constant de-
Totlon to church work uTwothy human
chariHca made him a notable example
•qd inslpration to Jho membenhlp ot hie
-hatch, and the entire community in
htcb he lleudL
Recognizing his many worthy attrl-
Hna of character, and conscious of Hie
fact that a just, though, forgiving God,
trill overlook hie few mumen lmpertec-
ttono, we commit him’to tha tender keep;
log of a loving Father, for "The Lord
Glvcth and tho Lord Tlketh Away, bleo-
acd be the Name of the Lord.”
Resolved farther that we extend our
heartfelt sympathy to tha lond
In their bereavement and commend them
to the cere and guidance of Elm who
doeth all thing! well.
Resolved also that a copy ot then l
lutione be furnished the family and a copy
each be sent to Th* Banner Herald and
Tifton Guetto for publication.
Hickory Springs Church,
By J. R Gibbs, and J. W. Warren;
High up in the estimation of gift
girers is the fountain pen; it ie
* a possession rare to many, bat
favored J>y everybody. Give a
fountain pen and yon will give a
gift that will bo appreciated. Bee
onr line of popular fountain pea*,
America's best makes, plain and
highly ornamented, and ill of
which make each excellent gifts-
Prices are eery fair.
HENRY J. PARRISH
TOBACCO DRIVE TO
BE HADE SUCCESS
Enthusiastic Seating Hdd Friday Night
and Cammjtteea Named In Secam
Pledge* for Law Acreage.
A rousing meeting of Tifton’a live
Wires was Held at the Board of Trade
Friday nidlt for the diseusilon of mat->
ters pertaining to tobacco growing for
next year, 8bort and pointed talks were
rngifr by a number present, and they
were all sn, the line ot M get busy, get
results'* and if any one has in the pnat
doubted tiat Tift county will reach her
goal in tie way of planting tobacco, they
will ham another guess •coining.
Several farmers were present and the
reports of those who had been able to
get out among the farmers of the county
showed that interest was growing day
Tbo bankers of the city wore present
and advined that they would be
than willing to aid the planters in the
tobuco interests in every manner they
Committees were appointed by Presi
d**nt Myers a,s follows;
CHULA—J. D. Cook, W. »S. Cobb,
BROOK FI ELD—Ethridge Gay, J. N.
Brown. Jim Bowen.
BRIGHTON—L. L. .Simmons, Geo.
Baker, 8. L. Fleetwood.
TIFTON 1. W. Myers, L. H. Bry
an, J. J. Golden, W. L. Harman.
OMEGA—W. a Sorrow, Russell Pat
rick, W. C. Mobley. J. W. Lang, B. Y.
Wallace, Arthur Cobb.
ELDORADO—If. Segraves, S. A. Mar
tin, Bob Dinsmore, W. J. Whitley.
TY TY—Dr. Frank Pickett, J. N.
Horne, B. H. McLeod, ltobt. Cornwall.
Tliesp men are each held responsible
r the signing up of the contracts in
tlies** districts and will go to work early
Monday morning. •'
The Tobacco Flying Squadron will
give assistance at any and all times, and
the tobacco experts from North Carolina-
will be with each of the committees to
explain and give information to any
Mr. and Mra. Home r Adams, of Syca
more, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Eliza Lou, to Mr. Wright
Lennon Powell, ot Plant City, Florida,
the wedding to take place at an early date
Adel, Dec. 10.—Ilenrv J. Parrish, one
of the oldest cltixens of Cook county, died
at a hospital in this city Saturday after
noon, afte r an illness of about one week,
He was nearly eighty-eight years old
and had resided near here all hts life-
He had lived at his home four miles
east of Adel for more than half a century
and was one of the best kqown men in
this section. He was active until his
last illness and was a substantial, pro
gressive citizen. Hia home la one of the
best in the county.
( Mr. Parrish jwaa twice married and is
survived by his last wife and three child
ren 1 by his former wife. His wife was
Mis* Mary Auu^Ub^n^h^jgjjUtc^
of 3eV: T. D. Smith, president ofthe
South Georgia Methodist College at Mc
Rae. His children aro M. E. Parrish
and Mrs. J. H. Chesnutt, of Adel, and
Mrs. E. D. Walker, of Tifton. Besides
these • he is survived by a number
grandchildren and other relatives and
wide circle of friends who mourn his
Tho funeral services were conducted
Sunday afternoon at the Adel Primitive
Baptist Church, by his pastor, Elder A.
V* Simms, assisted by Rev. Arthur Rob
inson, of the Methodist Chqrch, and Rev.
J. H. Hall, ot the Adel Baptist Church.
As You Already Know
Is Going Out ofthe Dry Goods
Business and Will Open a
The House Must be Clear
which softens the Ixbad, flat, abdom*
tad muscles under the eidn of the
•bdomcn. There ia an absence of
At all Druggists.
Special Booklet on Motherhood and B«bv fnc.
By the First of the Year. So there is lots
Real Merchandise that will go Cheap.
The goods must go at any pru
Come now while they are here at the right
Would like to give you prices, but as there
so many and it would take so much room, it
Can Qtiarantee to Save You From 50
: to 75 Per Cent.
; Satisfaction Guaranteed.
fount* Ohm. City or Toieio, Luca*
Sworn to befpra SV b
ny]pre»noo, thta eth day or Daecmber.
« Internally ana sett ttlrourh the Blood
in theMucoiii Surface* or th* System.
Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
BOX SUPPER A SUCCESS
The box cupper at Old Ty Ty Friday
night was a great success, 310025 being
raised for school purposes.
One box belonging to Miss Mary Emma
Perry won the prize tor the most bean-
tifnl box and brought the neat sum of
*TpO FARMERS who know the value of fish and want it in
A their Fertilizer, we announce that we have laid in,an
ample supply- of fish scrap to meet all demands, if ybu
want the genuine, original Fish Scrap Fertilizer, insist on I ■
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