GBR STOMACH MISERY
IN FIVE MINUTES
‘PEjpp&’s Diapepsiii” for
Tfflwie it! in five minutes all
stßtnm&h distress will go No
■ritejhgestion, heartburn, sourness
orolxHelching of gas, acid, c r eruc
tatiaoions of undigested foo , nodiz
zizbeEßSS,; bloating, foul breath or
PiT*pe’si Diapepsin is noted for
Ititspfspeed in regulating upset
ststaHuichs.' It is the surest, quick
estsferahdf njost certain indigestion
raewifedy in the whole world, and
btodides it is harmless.
MMiiHions of men and women
aowwaeat their favorite foods with
tntfufcfear-—they know Pape’s Dia-
will, save them from any
PBlease, for your sake, get a
Tatesef; fifty-cent case of Pape’s
Bfaiaftepsin from < any drug store
s-taiid t> put your stomach right.
Dfto’rl’k-keep on being miserable—
iffcfasife too short—you are not here
lolungj- so make your stay agreeable.
Rfi&ftvtohat you like and digest it;
£*Wjoy'it. without dread of rebel
li<WPijnift the stomach.
PfYape’s Diapepsin belongs in
yoiWuFhome anyway. Should one
Dfatotobfarnily eat something which
i<dt>A’*iagree with them, or in case
tdbfufcfl Attack of indigestion, dys
pqfSJftftia, gastritis or stomach de-
at daytime or during
£!t<h©i(gigiht, itris handy to give the
surest relief known.
WHSSt DOWOLE AWARDS
I /CANNING CLUB PRIZES
Mftßss Lois 5 P. Dowdle. state
Club agent, who judged
£NflhG>i&trls Canning club display,
the following awards:
Lijurgest number of cans of to
raftffttSes on one-tenth aero, first
Parted,'-Deanie Buckalew, 605 cans,
*3|2Bc&eholarsh i p.
Second, : Nellie Singley, 534
'T’titftoird, Etor Duke, 483 cans.
Fourth, Myrtle Long, 395 cans.
FiFdfth, Mattie Lou Hammock,
9©f*eatest number pounds, first
WjPlszdl 1 Doris Maddox, 2,917.
Second, Ruby Singley, 2,416.
display of canned fruits,
vettfcfctfebles, preserved fruits and
first prize, Etor Duke.
PeSeeond, Mary Willard Lewis.
F’hfhlrd, Myrtle Long.
record book, first prize.
1 Hfblrd, Gladys O’Neal.
story book, first prize, Lo
Segeeotad, Mary Willard Lewis.
FHfhlrcf; Myrtle .Lang.
-Thphe-Jackson Civic League prize
.00- was awarded to Many
Lewis for the best varie
ty#* <tf canned vegetables, fruits,
fruits and vegetables
ThFhe thirty-five girls who sent
nfthtbeir record and storybooks
given pins as soon as they
That Dots Hot Altoct Th Head
of iU tonic n<l Uxntivc effect. LAXA
QCININEis better than ordinary
O n >QI#MU.(W and doe* not c*u*e nervous. ne*s nor
TinnajiiM. t|n head. Remember the full name and
rot' the lurnature of 8. W. GROVE- 25c.
iLeverett’s Barber Shop
Wants your business. We work
well experienced men, and to that
v end our aim is to please everybody.
Special attention given to childrens
hair cut. Give me a trial.
JJ. A. LEVER ETT, Proprietor
JeJenkins’ Old Stand Jackson, Georgia
YIELDS AND COST OF
CORN IS FURNISHED
Average For Corn Club
Members Was 49.43
Bushels per Acre
The following yields were re
ported by the members of the
Bovs Corn Club this year.
Name No. Bu. Cost
Ellsworth Watkins 166 69 $29.20
Bernard Gaston 141 38 74.95
Bryant Williamson 60 04
Elton Trapp 43 75 15.85
Leonard McMichael 30 00 14.50
Durham Thaxtor 26 14 21.50
Lawrence Fincher 65 11 20.30
Floyd Glass 41 33 13.70
Lindsay Thornton 55 00 10.05
Lewis Dodson 50 25 20.90
Chester Bunn 43 43 19 40
Leonard Dodson 52 50 20.90
Geo and C F Moore 43 00 33.80
Butler Long 27 42 31.05
Travis Britt 45 50 7.05
Hubert Plymale 12 31 7.10
Emerson McMichael 66 66 21.78
Roscoe Cawthon 27 37 8.15
W T Hale 85 00 29.50
Frank Carlisle 43 22 13.32
Parrv Lee O’Neal 37 00 10.25
Morris Williamson 32 51 16.30
Herbert Williams 35 86 16.30
ElsworthM’Michael 64 20 14.68
Kinard Thaxton' 37 79
Geo P Hughey 49 54
Chester O’Neal 34 50 12.47
W Roswell Maddox 45 00 20.50
Mason Smith 70 28 28.86
Clifford Burford 26 47 12.42
James Greer 55 00 18.77
Emmet Greer 55 37 19.78
Dave Fields 42 42 17.95
George Fields 45 42 22.09
John G Brooks 41 00 9.15
Flkin Higgins 39 54 17.50
Bertram Singley 29 21 13.45
Coil Perdue 33 75 16.34
Kenney Duke 30 54 23.37
S I Fincher 45 55 12.90
Harvey J. Duke 29 13 10.47
Kirby Duke 24 41 10.55
Wm Albert Duke 25 00 11.25
Jeff Leverette 37 25 9.56
Metz Kines 18 13 9.55
Paul Waits 91 01
J L Barnes. Jr 75 07 13.80
Tommie Webb 26 14 10.65
Joe Thomason 64 14 20.05
Travis Crane 45 23 16 90
Pliny Weaver 80 25 28.50
Lamar Weaver 48 75 28.50
Forest Hale 56 30 22.00
Ray Duke 27 18 11.70
Frank McElhenney (not given)
Geo V Martin (not given)
Preacher Was Laid Up
Rev M. Knighton. Havamia,
Fla., writes: “For three Months 1
suffered intense pain in the kidneys
tml back which al times laid me up
entirely. I used Ih, bottles of Foley
Kidney pills and all the pain disap
peM-ed. I feel as if 20 years had
been added to my life,” Relieves
rheumatism, backache, sore muscle
stitf j lint*. The Owl Pharmacy, adv
Most heaters waste Jialf your
fuel. Cole’s Hot Bla st Heaters
save and use that wasted portion.
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? Head the
Mrs. Gordon Carmichael, Oak St.,
Jackson, says: “Kidney trouble caused
me a lot of sutrering. 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 u 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
Mr**. Carmichael had. Foster-Milburn
Cos., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. adv.
A large crowd from here at
tended the fair last week.
Mrs. Edmond Hay had as her
guests Sunday her two daughters,
Mrs. i\ W. Nelson and Mrs. E.
F. Moncrief, also Mrs. W. T.
Miss Lucy Vickers had as her
guests Thursday night Miss
Pearl Griffith. Mrs. C. N. May
field and Mr. D. B. Plymale.
Mr. Stewart Nelson and sister,
Miss Martha, spent Sunday af
ternoon with Miss Flore McCord
Sick headache, biliousness, piles and
bad breath are usually caused by inac
tive bowels. Get a box of Rexall
Orderlies. They act gently and effec
tively. Sold only by us st 10 cents..
Blaton Drwa Cos.
| TKe"WWer Car* |
| One-Man Mohair Top |
The new Maxwell is equipped with a one
man real mohair top. It can be raised or low- =
ered almost in an instant, by one person.
= There are no top bows near the driver’s seal. iU
■— * _
This gives the driver and passenger beside p
| him an unobstructed view on both sides of §|
the car. p
The storm curtains are quick-adjustable.
We are waiting to take you for a p
test ride in the car that has broken
all low "First-Cost” records, and is gs
breaking all low "After-Cost”records. p i
| 'OneMariMohairlop f^j^ElectrieStarter B
| Demountable Kims jjj
1 R(rin Vision Windshield / Ignition M
H M F.0.&. OETftDIT |§3
I McKibben Buggy Cos., Agts.‘ |
at Union Ridge.
Several from here attended
the singing Sunday night given
by Mrs. O. E. Smith at Union
Miss Martha Nelson spent last
week with V. M. White and
family, of Jackson, and attended
Little Frances Nelson’s death
came as a shock to her parents,
relatives and many friends last
Thursday night. She was eight
months old and had been ill for
a short while. She is survived
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs
T. W. Nelson, and one brother.
The body was carried to Sandy
Creek and the funeral was con
ducted Friday afternoon by Rev.
O. E. Sharpe, of Flovilla.
At last we are getting our
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won’t Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how lone standing
are cored by the wonieil and, old reliable Dr
Porter's /.ntiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve.
Pain and Heals at the same tim-. 25c. 50c. IJ .Ob
FOR FARM LOANS
J. W. NISBET
INSURANCE CO. OF GA.
S. B. Kinard, Gen. Agent.
J. Matt McMichael,
HURT & THAXTON’S
GET OUR PRICES
Lumber, Laths, Shingles*
Sash, Doors, and Blinds
or Mill work
Will make you
DR. C. D. HEARD
Office in Mays Building, Resi
dence Buchanan Hotel.
Specializing in Diseases of Wo
men and Children.
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 Subgeon
Office Mulberry strict
Residence phone 152-2—Office 152-3.
Jackson : : : Georgia.
Professional Piano Tuning,
Regulating & Repairing.
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Drop Card and I’ll Call.^
J. T. MA\ O Jackson, Ga.
J. THREATT MOORE,
Attorney At Law.
Office in Crum Building,
1 ackson : Georgif
Will practice in all the Courts.
C. L. REDMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
‘Jftice in Carter-Warthen Building,
DR. O. LEE CHESNUTT
Office in New Commercial Building
hack of Farmers’ Bank.
Residence Phone No. 7.
MONEY TO LO AN
ON FARM LANDS
Brown & Brown
E. M. Smith h. D. Russrlh
SMITH & RUSSELL
Attorneys at Law
. Office in Warthen Bldg
Jackson : : Georgia
First-Class City Hand Laundry-
Next door to Joe Leach's stables.
Jackson : : : ; : Georgia
Patronize Home Industries