Ins School at thia'placo was pr<
maturely closed last Friday. Superin
tendent J. B. Wardcarfied the school
or. a picnic to Hall’s bridge.
Tom Cawthon our prominent mer
chant, is doing driving business. Tom
is a hustler, and nothing short of suc
cess will satisfy him,
A musical entertainment was given
by Miss Byrdie Maddox last Friday
night, in honor of Misses Ollie Cole
and Maude Maddox of Oedar Rock.
Mrs. G. S, Barber will leave scon
for South Ga., to visit her daughter
Mrs. D, W. Bryant and Miss Clara
visited their aunt Mrs. “Nug” Bryant
Miss Ethel Thornton from South
Butts visited Miss Agnes Bryant Sun
Mr. Union Bryant end Mr. Lamar
Jackson from Juliette w< 3 re guests of
Misses Clara and Agnes Bryant Sun
Gibson Wright has been seriously
sick with ’gripp, and threatened with
There is areport circulating around
in these “digging” to the effect that
Stephen Jones seriously contemplates
doing something desperate in the
Mrs. Hale from High Falls visited
her aunt Mrs. A. W. Wright Su: ’ v
Mr. Homer Maddox, we regret to
learn is no better.
Mr. John Wynne Presley accom
panied by his little cousin W. Y. An
drews visited relatives in Eatontun
We call our readers attention to
the fine garden of Mrs. J . S. McOan-
TO THE CITIZENS OF JM.TTTS GO.
vnnautci.irwya■■■ ■ iwrr.-anwa 1 mxmtmmx.
It seems that, from reading the Jacksonian, that some people think that
there is but
One Bank and One
Scientific Horse Shoer in Jackson.
I don’t know about the Bank but I do know there fire more than one scien
I HA V E SH CD HORSE 3 FOURTEEN YEARS
myself and I know one or two things, I never did blow it much but owing to
having a big lot of shoe:- on hand 1 am going to
SHO33 TOTTR HOB3BS SO!
the remainder of the year and after Ikav* cuisgkt up with the dirty greasy
TIR E S Sld T W I T'fl 111 E NE W PRO (J EH S
I will set t n. r 2%$ r wheel, but if you don’t
want to ruin your wheels, you had better . wme to set teem the old way. Some
new invention will do, but the cold tire se*. yi m. If you nave not the money
A -KT-p TOUB OrtVErOX'X’ IS C3-OOX)
* why come and 1 am able to carry you.
COME TO SEE ME.
J . A . KI MJ3 E L r, .
! iel, 'wo mi’es this side of town
Mi Genus Maddox's little son Carl,
is reported very tick with pheumoma.
Since we heard of a letter signed
Fair Play in the Jackson Argus we
are fceginningto wonder if some Jack
son man did not cause the Kingston:
JH3KSONIAN HONOR ROLL.
J. B. McElroy, W. S. tenant,
J. H. Duke, J. G. Pope,
J. W. Carter, G. W. Kinsman,
T. H. Nolan, Claude Thurman.
J. P. T. Smith. J. S. M. Ingram.
APRIL TO NOVEM
BER i 907.
Exceedingly low rates have been
authorized by the Southern Rail
way to Norfolk, Va„ and return,
accouht Jamestown Ter-Centen
Stop overs will be allowed on
season, sixty day and fifteen day
tickets, same as granted on Sum
mer Tourist Tickets. Tickets will
fce sold daily commencing April
19th, to and including November
The Southern Railway is tak
ing a vary great interest in this
Exposition and doing everything
within their power to promote its
welfare for the raason that it is
located on historic and Southern
Grounds, and has evidence of be
ing one of the most important and
attractive affairs of this kind that
has ever been held-
Through fri in service and
sleeping car service to Norfolk du
ring the Expo: iti >n has not yet
been announced, but it is expected
that most excellent schedules will
be put in effect so as to make the
trip comfortable and satisfactory
in every way.
With these very liberal rates in
effect everyone in the South has
en opportunity to visit the JAITES
TOWN TER CENTENNIAL EXPO -
Full and complete information
will be cheerfully furnished upon
application to any Ticket Agent
of the Southern Railway Company
j ATTENTION ALU
This is the season of the year
when your buggy ought to be
| repaired, and repainted, JUST
J LIKE NEW. Also, the time to
| have your stock shod for FIFTY
! CENTS, w hen paid in cash.
THIS I DO. All work done >ll
j my shops, is done with dispatch
and, an accuracy only attained
;by an EXPERIENCE COVER
ING TWENTY-SEVEN YEARS.
| Not six years scouting, or scuf=
! fling about. Everything guar
|anteed, and at lively prices.
The old reliable,
Q. W. KINSfIAN.
According to iterault, during the
siege of Paris by Henry IV. a famine
raged and bread sold at a crown a
pound. When this was consumed tbe
people, maddened with hunger, ex
humed the dried bones from the char
nel house of the Holy Innocents and
from these made bread.
‘‘Teddy, Is there no school today?”
“Sure! Yor don’t suppose jest ’cause
I m playin’ hookey dnt dey’d close up
de school, do yer?”—Judge.
£* A New Orleans woman was thin.
Because she did not extract sufficient
*fjj* nourishment from her food.
££ She took Scoff's Emulsion.
She gained a pound a clay in weight.
I|f(M MX DRUGGISTS: 50c. AND SI.OO
OFFERS UNEXCELLED SERVICE
' .ij,j ,11an Imi I,Tim —1 1 ———
North, South, East and West
Tor rates, routes and schedules or any other in
G, R, PETTIT, lm, Pass, Agent, Macon Ga.
Oo To Tom Thurston’s
Shop to get your h rse shoeing, tire-setting
and repairing done.
I use first class labor and ma erial; everything done
under a positive guarantee.
I Am No Price Cutter Or Cobbler,
but do first class work at living prices, which is the
CHEAPEST in the !omr run. Come to see me and
get value received lor your money.
Yours to serve at Hitchens old stand.