J. THREATT MOORE,
Attorney At Law.
Office in Crum Building,
Jackson : Georgia.
Will practjpe in all the Courts.
C. L. REDMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Carter-Warthen Building,
DR. O. LEE CHESNUTT
Office in New Commercial Building
back of Farmers’ Bank.
Residence Phone No. 7.
TO LOAN on farm lands. Rea
sonable rate of interest. See me
before you borrow any money on
W. E. Watkins.
DR. J. A. JARRELL
Physician and Surgeon
Office Mulberry street.
Residence phone 152-2—Office 152-3.
Jackson : : : Georgia.
DR. CHAS. R. EITEL
At the Calumet
Professional Piano Tuning,
Regulating & Repairing.
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Drop Card and I’ll Call.
J. T. MAY O Jackson, Ga.
DR. C. D. HEARD
Office in Mays Building, Resi
dence Buchanan Hotel.
Specializing in Diseases of Wo
men and Children.
E. M. Smith H. D. Russell
SMITH & RUSSELL
Office in Warthen Bldg
Jackson : : Georgia
Andrew Carnegie Says:
“It is not capital that men require,
it is the man who has proved that he
has the business habits which create
The greatest proof of business
habits is the HABIT OF SAVING.
When you &art an account with us
you simply press the
Button of Prosperity.
Why not call and talk it over with us Now?
L. O. Benton, Pres. J. B. Carmichael, Cash.
Interest Paid On Time Deposits
FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRA
’ Georgia, Butts County.
To All Whom it May Concern:
J. B. Carmichael having, in proper
form, applied to me for letters of ad
' ministration on the estate of J. A.
Carmichael, Sr., late of said county,
this is to cite all and singular the cred
itors and next of kin of J. A. Carmich
ael, Sr., to be and appear at my office
within the time allowed by law, and
show cause, if any they can, why per
manent letters of administration
should not be granted to J. B. Car
michael on J. A. Carmichael’s estate.
Witness my hand and official signa
ture, this 7th day of June, 1915.
J. H. HAm, Ordinary.
APPLICATION FOR GUARDIAN
Georgia, Butts County.
To whom it may concern:
Gussie McMullen Cook, a resident of
this state, having in due form applied
to the undersigned lor the guardian
ship of the person and property of
Norman, Willie, Dovie, Mary, L. C.,
Rome, Harmon and Robert McMullen,
minor children of Guss and Octavia
McMullen, lately deceased, of Newton
county, notice is hereby given that
said application will be heard at the
next court of Ordinary for said county,
on the first Monday in July, 1915.
Witness my hand and official signa
ture, this sth day of June, 1915.
J. H. Ham, Ordinary.
By virtue of an order of the Court of
Ordinary of Butts county, will be sold
at the court house door in Jackson
said county and state, on the first
Tuesday in July, 1915, within the legal
hours of sale, at public outcry to the
highest bidder, the following property:
The plant of the Jackson Argus, con
sisting of type, galleys, motor, pulleys,
presses, composing stones and other
equipment. Terms cash.
This June 7th, 1915.
H. Y. McCord, Administrator
Estate of Mrs. Lula McCord Shaver,
Card of Thanks
Mrs. J. G. Carmichael and fam
ily wish to thank their friends
for the many kindnesses and
sympathy shown them during
the recent illness and death of
Mr. Gordon Carmichael.
BORAX WILL PREVENT
THE BREEDING OF FLIES
It is claimed that the use of
borax in stables will positively
prevent the breeding of flies.
The borax may be had at about
15 cents a pound.
The following article indicates
what the government experi
ments have revealed about the
use of borax in this way:
Not only are the flies unpleas
ant when they share with us our
front*porches, kitchens and din
ing rooms, but we may be quite
sure that they are responsible
for as much sickness as perhaps
any other single agency. Typhoid
fever is very frequently carried
by the ordinary fly, and a big
percentage of the serious sum
mer ills of children are due to
On the farm more than 90 per
cent of all house flies breed in
horse manure, and it is of inter
est and value to know that the
United States department of ag
riculture, after a series of care
ful investigations, has found that
ordinary borax, when sprinkled
over the manure prevents the
hatching of more than 99 per
cent of the eggs laid, it
was found also that the quantity
of borax necessary to prevent
flies breeding had no injurious
effect on the manure.
It is recommended that about
ten ounces of borax be used for
each eight bushels of manure,
and that it be sprinkled on with
a fine sieve. Two or three gal-
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lons of water should then be
sprinkled over the manure. The
cost of this treatment is estima
ted at one per cent per horse per
day. In other words, the farmer
with two horses can keep down
the flies from May until October
at a cost of only three dollars.
Isn’t it worth trying?
The Government Bulletin. No.
118, giving details regarding this
method of preventing flies may
be had from the Government
Printing Office, Washington, D.
C., at ten cents a copy.
Mr. J. T. Cook
Brother J. T. Cook was born
March 10, 1849 and departed this
life to take on life immortal May
28, 1915. He was a man of spot
less moral character, always up
holding and living the principles
of righteousness and brotherly
kindness. He joined the Metho
dist church when he was 26 years
of age and he has always been
true and faithful to his church,
serving God in sincerity and in
truth. He was made a Mason in
1880 and was a charter member
of Jenkinsburg lodge. He re
mained true to the very end to
his Masonic obligations. He was
always faithful to his lodge and
was always on hand when it met.
He was a true Mason, a true
Christian and has reaped his re
ward in his everlasting inheri-
NAT. E. HARRIS
Atlanta, Ga., June 26th.
Round trip tickets will be sold
$1.65 From Jackson $1.65
June 25th, and for trains reaching Atlanta before
noon 26th. Good for return until June 28th, 1915
Premier Carrier of the South
It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman’s
tonic. She says further: “Before 1 began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, 1
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like anew woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill
! wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman’s Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good.”
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman’s
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today 1 , „
This Question Should Be
Answered Easily by
Which is wiser—to have confidence
in the opinions of your fellow-citizens,
of people you know, or depend on
statements made by utter strangers
residing in far away places? Read the
Mrs. Gordon Carmichael, Oak St.,
Jackson, says: “Kidney trouble caused
me a lot of suffering. I had pains all
through the small of my back and
loins, especially severe in the morning.
The kidney secretions were also un
uatural. 1 knew I needed a kidney
medicine but didn’t know what to
take until a friend advised me to try
Doan’s Kidney Pills. They cured me
of kidney trouble and I have had no
return of it since.”
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Carmichael had. Foster-Milburn
Cos., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. adv.
tance with the saints of God.
Into the realms of endless light
His sainted soul hath flown,
Today his spirit rests besides
His Father’s golden throne.
Within the arms of Him he loves,
Upon His precious breaßt,
He leans on Him above,
Who died to give him rest.
Be it resolved. That the above
memorial of Bro. J. T. Cook be
adopted by the Jenkinsburg
lodge No. 474, F. &A. M., that
a copy be sent the county paper
for publication, and a copy be
handed to his devoted wife.
Rev. Frank G. Spearman,
T. B. Fletcher,
J. H. Mills,
Death of Infant
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Washing
ton have the sympathy of their
friends in the death of their one
year-old infant, which occurred
Monday at their home at Worth
ville. The funeral was held Tues