J. THREATT MOORE,
Attorney At Law.
Office in Crum Building,
Jackson : Georgia
Will practice 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
Attorneys at Law
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 SAYING.
When you 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 YEAR’S SUPPORT
[Georgia, Butts County.
Mrs. Ethel Carmichael having made
application for twelve month’s support
out of the estate of J. Gordon Carmi
chael and appraisers duly appointed to
set apart the same having filed their
return, all persons concerned are here
by required to show cause before the
Court of Ordinary of said court on the
first Monday in August, 1915, why said
application should not be granted.
This July 5, 1915.
J. H. Ham, Ordinary.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
To T. O. Asbury, of New Yojk state,
and R. E. Bankston, who now resides
at some point in the Philippine Islands,
Whereas, W. J. Bankston has filed
with the Ordinary of said county a pe*
titionto probate in solemn form the
last will of Mrs. Adella Moss, and has
represented to the Court that you are
heirs at law of said testator, this is to
notify you that said petition will be
heard in the Butts Court of Ordinary
to be held on first Monday in August,
next, and show cause if any exists
MONEY TO LOAN
ON FARM LANDS
Brown & Brown
First-Class City Hand Laundry
Next door to Joe Leach’s stables.
Jackson : : : : : Georgia
Patronize Home Industries
R. A. FRANKLIN,
Woods-Carmichael Drug Cos.
THE FARM ERS
INSURANCE CO. OF GA.
S. B. Kinard, Gen. Agent.
J. Matt McMichael,
Aak jomr Aruglat for CHI-CHES-TER S A
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS in Red *nd//\
Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Bluet O)
Ribbon. Till NO OTIU. Bar F your \/
Dnnbt and aak foe CHI-CHKS-TER S V
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twenty-five
years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
a"* EVERYWHERE TESTED
why said document should not be es
tablished as the last will of Mrs. Adel
This July 5, 1915.
J. H. Ham, Ordinary
FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRA
To all whom it may concern:
Homer M. Vaughn, Jr., having in
proper form applied to me for perma
nent letters of administration on the
estate of H. M. Vaughn, Sr., late of
said county, this is to cite all and sing
ular, the creditors and next of kin of
H. M. Vaughn, Sr., to be and appear
at my office within the time allowed
by law, and show cause if any they
can, why permanent administration
should not be granted to Homer M.
Vaughn, Jr., on H. M. Vaughn, Sr.’s
Witness my hand and official signa
ture, this sth day of July, 1915.
J. H. Ham, Ordinary.
FOR LEAVE TO SELL
Georgia, Butts County.
Notice is hereby given that J. B. Car.
michael, administrator upon the estate
of J. A. Carmichael, Sr., has applied
to the Court of Ordinary of said county
for leave to sell land and bank stock
belonging to estate of J. A. Carmichael,
Sr., for the purpose of distribution
Said application will be heard at the
regular term of the Court of Ordinary
for said county to be held on the first
Monday in August next.
This July 6, 1915. „
J. H. Ham, Ordinary.
How's This .’
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v;t and f 1 ‘ r cwy c:. e of Catarrh thw
ti'i-...... i.j curd L y Hall s CatariL
F. J. CHZXr: & CO.. Toledo, O.
Wo, t. undersigned, hive known F. J.
Chtn’ev f r the last 13 yea: 3, and believe
him ji rfeetly honorable in all business
trails ■ lions and financially able t.> carry
out a y obligations made by his firm.
FAT IGF Ah DANK OF COMtVIEUCF,
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
= .. n t free, price 73 cents P’.r bottle. Sold
by cl! Druggists.
Tabs Ur.U’s Family Pills for constipation.
Undertakers and Embalmers
.Oldest and Most Efficient
Undertakers in this Section
Expert Licensed Embalmers
Our Undertaking Parlors Modernly Equipped
to Furnish the Best of Selections
in Caskets and Robes
The J. S. Johnson Company
Day Phone 121 -:- Night Phone 84
WATERMELON’S SMILING ON
VINE SAYS PLOW HANOLES
For the last 3 months the far
mers having been going early and
late, but 20 more days will about
round the thing up, and then we
will take a stroll through the cool
woods and walk the shady lanes
and take a rest. This year has
been a hard one on us, but we
are thankful to inform the world
that the crisis is over.
Last spring we tried to borrow
a little money but all the banks
turned us down. So I got a little
peeved, went home and hunted
up all my old discarded clothes
and shoes, clucked to old Nell and
joyed up and down the furrow,
and planted everything that is
good for man and beast. The re
suit is blackberries are ripe, can
taloupes and watermelons are on
the vine, and roasting ears are
nodding in the summer breeze
and the yellow-legged friers are
roaming the poultry yard and we
can go to mill wilh new wheat
any time we get ready. When
we lay by I will sleep till sun up,
then stalk into the dining room,
take my better half under my
wing, give her a good old genuine
hug and set down to as good a
breakfast as John D. Rockefeller.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Sjtf
Signature of /-CC4C*U/bi
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When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
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AND MAKES YOU SICK
Adis like dynamite on a
Sluggish liver and you
lose a day’s work
There’s no reason why a per
son should take sickening, saliva
ting calomel when 50 cents buys
a large bottle of Dodson’s Liver
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It is a pleasant, vegetable li
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doesn’t make you sick and can
Children and grown folks can
take Dodson’s Liver Tone, be
cause it is perfectly harmless.
Calomel is a dangerous drug.
It is mercury and attacks your
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omel today and you will feel
weak, sick and nauseated tomor
row. Don’t lose a day’s work.
Take a spoonful of Dodson’s Liv
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ing for you. ad.
The assessment of the real es
tate of the City of Jackson for
taxation for the .year 1915 has
been made and protest to said
assessment must be filed with
the clerk of Council within fifteen
days from this date.
This July Ist, 1915.
J. A. McMichael, Clerk.