When You Think About
The Southern Cotton
We have the same materials— Kainit, IVf u
riate of F*otasti, Acid F*lros
phate and last but not least, Bright well
ground TVS per cent Cotton Seed
IVleal that we have always had.
Please read what the Agricultural College and
our Hon. J. D. Price, Commissioner, has to say
about MEAL GOODS and see us before you buy.
According to the stocks of materials in
the hands of the fertilizer trade today,
they can sell about 75 per cent of the
goods they put out last season.
"Wait and all come the same morning if you
want to.” Tlien see
T. W. HAM T. A. NUTT
Has Eight Children
Mrs. P. Rehkamp, 2404 Herman St.,
Covington, Ky. writes: “1 have been
using Foley’s Honey and Tar for nearly
two years and can find no better cough
syrup. I have eight Children and give
it to all of them. They were subject to
croupe from babies on.” It is a safe
and reliable medicine. The Owl Phar
Honor Roll Flovilla School
2nd grade—Wilmer Knowles,
Charles Jewett, JohnHenrv Cole,
Cecil Smith, Andrew Hencely,
Ruth Vanzandt, Charlie Long,
3rd grade—Ettys Mayfield, Ev-
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elyn Smith, Marvin Mayo, Louise
Henderson, Richard Plymale, Al
bert Hencely, Morris Mayo, Ma
son Smith. Lewis Hencely, Eu
4th grade-Troy Barnett. Frank
Linch, Alfred Millen, Annie May
Smith, Rosa Cole, Marguerite
Maddux, Doris Smith, Ida May
sth grade—Opal Preston, Lucy
Preston, Jewel Leverette, Kath
leen Maddux, Marjorie Thomas.
6th grade —Sara Smith, Myrtle
Thornton, Robert Allen.
For Infants and Children.
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TMC OfNTAUR COttMttV. NEW YON* CITY.
Statement of the Condition
The Jackson Banking Cos.
Located at Jackson, Ga., at the
Close of Business, March 10,1916
Demand loans. $ 4,0015 41
Time loans 105,435 08
Overd rafts, secu red by cotton 26,901 63
Overdrafts, unsecured 384 03
Bonds and stocks owned by
the bank 7,280 99
Banking house 3,709 11
Furniture and fixtures ... 2,819 (57
Other real estate 7,000 00
Due from banks and bank
ers in this State 12,865 90
Due from banks and bank
ers in other States 3,486 84
Currency. 875 00
Gold 350 00
Silver, nickels, pennies 1,080 00
Checks and Cash items 3,142 54
Advances on cotton
Revenue stamps 5 00
Total ....1178,419 10
Capital stock paid in, $ 50,000 (X)
Surplus fund 5,000 00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses, interest and
taxes paid 13,029 60
Due to banks and bankers
in this State 7,807 34
Due to banks and bankers
in other States.. 10,000 00
Due unpaid dividends 156 00
Individual deposits subject
to check 35,127 90
Savings deposits -- 24,721 10
Time certificates 17,485 13
Cashier’s checks.. 92 03
Notes and bills rediscounted
Bills Payable, including
time certificates represent
ing borrowed money 15,000 (*0
Total $178,419 10
State of Georgia,
County of Butts.
Before me came J. W. Brown, cashier
of Jackson Banking Company, who,
being duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of said Bank as shown by the
books of file in said Bank.
J. \V. Brown, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 14th day of March 1916.
J. A. McMichael, J. P.
If you want choice meats
phone 114, Conner’s.
Miss Nellie Davis, of Athens,
will arrive the twentieth to ac
cept an art class. Miss Davis
will be with her cousin, Mrs. C.
D. Ingram, while in Flovilla.
Miss Alice Smith left Tuesday
for a few days visit with Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. L. Smith in Macon.
Mrs. S. M. Glover and Mrs. M.
A. Middlebrooks have gone to
Macon to visit their sister, Mrs.
Mr. Blakely Smith arrived from
Florida Sunday morning and is
now visiting relatives at Iron
Mrs. B. H. Fudge, of Colquitt,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Millen.
The series of meetings at the
Methodist church closed Sunday
night with fourteen members ad
ded to the church.
Miss Susie Etheridge is visiting
relatives for a few days.
Mrs. B. H. Fudge and Miss
Nelle Millen spent Tuesday ip
Miss Exie Ham was the guest
Thursday night of Miss Marilu
Terrell. Misses Terrell and
Lynch entertained at rook for
Miss Emma Alice Johnson’s
music class, assisted by the pu
pils of Miss Wrenn’s expression
class, will give a recital Friday
evening, March 24, at the school
auditorium. Admission, adults,
25 cents; children, 15 cents. Pro
ceeds go to the school improve
BEST LAXATIVE FOR
LIVER ANO ROWELS
Don’t stay constipated,
headachy, bilious, with
breath bad or stomach
No odds how bad your liver,
stomach or bowels; how much
your head aches, how miserable
and uncomfortable you are from
a cold, constipation, indigestion,
biliousness and sluggish bowels—
you always get relief with Cas
Don’t let your stomach, liver
and howels make you miserable.
Take Cascarets to-night; put an
end to the headache, biliouness,
dizziness, nervousness, offensive
breath and all other distress;
cleanse your inside organs of all
the bile, gases and constipated
matter which is producing the
A 10-cent box means health,
happiness and a clear head for
months. All druggist sell Casca
rets. Don’t forget the children
—their little insides need a gentle
cleansing too. adv*
The outlook indicates a
very big season. We are
having it so far. the
crowds that visit our dtore
and the cash drawer is
'‘lt looks good to us.”
Etheridge, Smith & Cos.
One family broke mare, $70.00
one scrub mule, $60.00; one 4
year old mule good quality, $190;
one milk cow, $45.00; some very
fine pigs at $3.00. Apply to R. W.
CASTO R I A
DR. EDWARDS NOW
Prominent Georgia Physi
cian Now Gives Master
Medicine His Unqualified
Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Fayette
ville, Ga., one of the best-known
members of the medical profes
sion in the state of Georgia, makes
a statement that will undoubtedly
produce a profound impression
throughout the South.
“In my thirty years of active
practice as a licensed physician
in the state of Georgia,” says Dr.
Edwards, “I have never seen any
thing to equal Tanlac as a medi
cine to produce results. I hear
people on all sides telling of the
benefits they have derived from
“Tanlac is simply the talk of
my town. I have no hesitancy
in recommending the medicine;
and as a matter of fact, I am pre
scribing it for my patients almost
“Only a few days ago a well
known woman of Fayetteville
came to me and told me about the
remarkable relief her daughter
had gained from the use of this
medicine. She said her daughter
had been confined to her bed for
three years with what had been
pronounced pellagra, and that
after using Tanlac for a short
time she was able to be about,
and was on the road to recovery.
“But this is only one instance.
People in all walks of life in and
around our little city are giving
similar indorsements to the medi
cine. Seldome a day passes that
someone doe3 not come to me and
say something about the good re
sults they are getting from the
use of Tanlac.
“Several unusual gains in
weight have been reported by
some of our most prominent peo
ple, and I have treated some stub
born cases of indigestion, catar
rhal condition, and organic dis
orders and secured splendid re
sults with Tanlac.”
Commenting upon* this state
ment, Mr. G. F. Willis, southern
distributor of Tanlac, said:
“Coming from the high source
it does, and especially from a
member of the medical profession,
this straightfoward utterance of
Dr. Edwards is more than a re
commendation. It is a triumph!
Tanlac, Nature’s great vegetable
tonic, corrective and system-buil
der, is truly one of the greatest
discoveries of the decade, and the
best evidence of this is the confi
dence and high esteem in which
it is held, not only by the great
masses of the people, but by lead
ers and public men everywhere.
No other medicine has ever estab
lished the reputation Tanlac has,
nor has any other received the
high indorsement of medical men
Tanlac is sold by Slaton
Drug Cos., in Jackson, and
Dr. A. F. White in Flovilla,
Moore & Cos., at Cork, Ga., J. E.
& W. R. Kitchens, Fincherville,
We write old line fire insurance
and represent one of the strong
est companies in the United
States. Let us figure on your
next policy. Guthrie & Cos., of
fice in Harkness bldg. 3-17-4 t
If you need ice phone
114, Conner’s Market.