STORE OF QUALITY
PURE FOOD GROCERY
4 Doz Best
J. B. Thomas
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: SOCIAL NEWS :
Mrs. J. T. Harris is at Indian
Springs for a week.
Miss Mae Colquitt is the guest
of friends in the city.
Miss Nannie Belle Jinks spent
last Friday in Covington.
Col. J. T. Moore made a bus
iness trip to Alamo Monday.
Miss Neta Wright is visiting
in Atlanta and College Park.
Mr. Hugh Mallet has been
spending several days at St. Si
Miss Winnie Webb ofWhigham,
Ga., is visiting her uncle, Mr. S.
Miss Mae Goodson, of Atlanta,
spent last week in the city with
Mr. Copeland, pf McDonough,
is visiting his brother, Dr, H. W
Mr. of Qriffin, hag
|>een on Ik visit to his sister,
Mrs. W. L. Nutt
Misses Bessie x and Hattie
Compton visited Mrs. C. M.
Compton this week.
Mrs. R. A. Clerk apd
pf Macon, are visiting relatives
here for several days.
Min May Gooclson, of Atlanta,
was the guest, part of the week,
of Mrs. Lucy Maddox.
Mr. H. L. Byron, of Bushnell,
Fla., is visiting his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. J. Lee Byron.
Miss Lucy Goodman spent the
week-end in Flovilla with her
cousin. Mrs. Em Partridge.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Adams, of
Atlanta, were week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adams.
Miss Ocie Jewel Merideth has
returned from a visit to her sis
ter, Mrs. Wise in Fort Valley.
Miss Roxie Maddox returned
home last Tuesday after a delight
ful visit to relatives in Macon.
Mrs. J. R. Merideth and
children of The Rock are visiting
their mother, Mrs. H. F. Gilmore.
Mrs. J. W. Burch and Charles
left Wednesday morning for a
twoweeks visit in Thomaston, Ga.
Mr. Wilbur Ham and family,
of Cartersville, are visiting his
father, Mr. T. W. Ham of this
Mr. and Mrs J. T. Duggan and
son. Roy, of Atlanta, are spend
ing the week with Mrs. J. H.
Mrs. Kate Valentino has as her
guests this week, Mrs. M. A.
Valentino, and Miss Ruth Taylor,
Mrs. Matthews, Julian,
and Wilson Matthews, of Griffin,
spent Sunday with Mr. and 'Mrs.
Paul fJoTen. *
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Mrs., P. ft. Watkins and Miss
Flore Robinipii. returned Tues-;
day from Atlanta, where they
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Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Williams
and Master Charles Williams, of
Cordele, are spending: the week
wfth Mrs. McCiine McMichael.
Mr. and Mrs Clem Moore, of
Crawfordvifle, who are at Indian
Springs for some time, were
guests Tuesday of Mrs. Joe Jol
After spending three weeks
in Atlanta and Madison, Mrs. S.
M. Pope will return today to the
delight of her relatives and
Jackson People MuSt Rec
ognize And Heed It
Kidney ills come mysteriously.
But nature generally warns you.
Notice the kidney secretions.
See if the color is unhealthy—
.lf thpre are settlings and sediment,
Passages frequent, scanty, painful.
It’s time to fear serious kidney trouble
It’s time to use Doan’s Kidney Pills.
Doan’s have done great work in
Mrs. F. L. Walthall, Lyons st.,
Jackson, says: “I suffered severely
from pains in the small of my back
and loins. I couldn’t rest well at night
and in the morning was sore and lame.
When I bent over, I got a sharp catch
in my back and I could hardly straight
en up. I often staggered at times from
dizziness and objects floated before my
eyes. The kidney secretions were un
natural. Doan’s Kidney Pills relieved
these symptoms of kidney trouble and
strengthened my back.”
Price 50c at all dealers. Don’t sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doau’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Walthall had. Foster-Mil burn
Cos., Proprs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Of interest to a large number
of friends in the county was the
marriage of Miss Psyche Tyus,
of Milner, and Mr. Quincy B.
Powell, of Kite, Ga.,' which oc
curred Saturday afternoon at
4:30 at the home of the bride’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ty
us. Rev. Mr. Lovern perform
ed the ceremony, only the imme
diate family connections being
present. Mr. Powell is cashier
of the Citizens Bank at Kite and
the bride is a sister of Mrs. G.
H. Ridgeway, of near Jackson,
and the friends of the popular
young couole are extending con
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hava Always Bought
Signature of CJ&CC+U/iti
Lookout Mountain Seed
Paul Nolen & Company.
Ladies One Piece Dress
es at half price. Some beau
ties that were $5.00, now
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Heard, of
Macon, announce the birth of a
son. Mrs. Heard was before her
marriage Miss Byrd Maddox, of
Mr. W. W. Mann and family,
of Winter Haven, Fla., are vis
iting relatives hew and jn the,
county. Thigy made the trip in
Mrs. Verna Wright has as her;
gviests this week, her mother.
Mrs. Woodruff, of. Atlanta, and
sister, Mrs. Comer Woodward,
of Abeline, Tex.
Mr. and Mr&Q. L. Carter are
with Mr. anß Mrs J. S,. Carter,
at their country home, until
they move to DraketOwh, where
Mr. Carter will be principal of
My delivery consists of
the ugliest negro lo town.
Let me have your order
and see how quick he will
Kinard, phone 8.
Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard central atren*tbening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drive* out
Malariariche, the blood .and build, up the .£
a tree tonic. For adult* and children. 3*c
OUR chief aim in business is to accommodate
Our Store is nothing if we cannot make you feel
perfectly welcome at all times, and free to use it
and its conveniences, as you would those in your
We are glad to see you at all times —wheth-
er you come to buy or not. Our telephones
are at your service. We will sell you post
age stamps apd postal cards, as willingly
and with as much pleasure as drugs, station
ery, candies or drinks
STOCK ALWAYS COMPLETE AND FRESH
We want you to feel that this is indeed
your Store and come often.
Comer Drug Store
62 Phones 319
JUDGE W.E.H. SEARCY
Judge W. E. H. Searcy, Jr., of
Griffin, recently appointed to pre
side over the superior courts of
the Flint circuit, was a promi
nent and popular visitor to the
city Wednesday. This was the
judge’s first visit here since re
ceiving the appointment and he
came over to meet and mingle
with the people preparatory to
the August term of court.
Mr. Searcy is already quite
well known in Butts county and
has many friends here who are
always glad to see him.
For Hay Fever or Asthma
Many persons dread July on account
of hay fever. Foley’s Honey and Tar
Compound is recognized as. the ideal
remedy for hay fever and asthma, ft
heals and soothes the raw, rasping
throat and eases the choking sensation.
It allays inflammation and irritation
and brings easy natural .breathing.
The Owl Pharmacy.
LbdkoAt Moun'ttfin Seed
Fresh Turnip shed for
fall planting at Kinard’S,
Bell phone 8.
Guersncy bull, formerly owned
by W. M. Keaton, of Indian
Springs, entitled to registration,
ready for service at my farm
near Flovilla. Fee, male calves
$1.50: female calves $2.50.
G. L. Higgins,
7-9-4 t Flovilla, Ga., rt 2.
More Stone Cakes at Ki
nard’s. Get one with each
25c order for sc. Agt.
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DIAMOND BRAND PILLS in Red andM
Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Blue<o >
Ribbon Take no other. Buy of voir v/
Druggist Bit for CHI-OHES-TEB 8 V
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twenty-five
years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
time rurRYWUPRP WORTH
tried citni nnent tested
Though it is a long, long way
to Tipperary, the politicians are
doing a lot of slate making and
planning for next year.
I I/tba ibi m\
is the Only \
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I cleanliness. Always J
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