What to do iv hen
Backache comes on
“I found immediate relief In the use
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mended them, and do not know of a
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C. U. Landrum, a traveling salesman,
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When backache comes on, and it
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stop the cause of the pain, ease the
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clear the poisons out of your system
by helping your kidneys and bladder to
normal healthy action.
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J. THREATT MOORE,
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Office in Crum Building,
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Residence Phone No. 7.
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Office in Carter-Warthen Building,
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Mrs. F. E. Hilley spent a few
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Among those who attended ser
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Lumber yard with side track, will
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Corn and wheat mill with water
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Harkness Building Jackson, Georgia
Mr. J. W. Andrews, Bannie
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Miss Jossie Willingham, of At
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Miss Mappy Hilley is visiting
her cousin, Miss Mildred Cook,
Mrs. J. W. Andrews spent a
few days last week with her
daughter, Mrs. Walton Cook.
OASTO R I A
Here's A ‘Tip 9 On Rheumatism
AN ACCURATE DESCRIPTION
When your arm or your leg feels ‘‘all knot
ted" with rheumatism, when you feel as though
your muscles were "tied up with a rope,” you
are really describing your pains accurately.
Rheumatism is a condition of the body when
acids and other deposits of impurities are ac
tually "tieing up" the strands of muscles In
your body, or strangling the nerves and thus
producing the awful shooting pains of sciatica,
lumbago, etc. Medical authorities agree that
these acid deposits are carried and deposited
by the blood in the various parts of the body.
It stands to reason, therefore, that local appli
cations such as rubbing with so-called remedies
can’t do any permanent good. At best they
can relieve the pain a little and only for a
little while. The only way to effect a real cure
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kidneys. S. S. S. is not a drug. It is a purely vegetable blood purifier.
You can get S. S. S. at every drug store. But if in addition you should
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WANTS OFFICE OF DENTAL
The Georgia Dental Association
is interested in a bill, which will
be introduced in the next legis
lature, to create the office of State
Dental Inspector. The proposed
act provides that the work be
carried on under direction of the
state school superintendent; that
two inspectors, nominated by the
State Dental Association, be ap
pointed by the governor for a
term of four years, at a salary of
$2,500, each, per annum; that
$5,000 annually be appropriated
to carry on and maintain the
The movement has been endors
ed bv the Georgia Federation of
Dr. 0. Lee Chesnutt, who is
secretary of the State Mouth Hy
giene committee, is taking an ac
tive interest in the proposed act.
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Recommended for constipation, bloat
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go to the Dixie.
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FOR LEAVETO HELL
J. K. McNair, administrator of the
estate of Mrs. M. C. Kimbcll, deceased,
having filed liis petition for leave to
sell the real estate belonging to said de
ceased, said application will be heard
the first Monday in June, 1916. This
is to notify allconccrned to show cause,
if any they can, why said order should
not be granted said petitioner on or be
fore first Monday in June, 1916.
This 1 day of May, 1916.
J. H. Ham, Ordinary.
CITATION TO NON RESIDENT
HEIRS AT LAW
Georgia, Rutts County.
To Fredrick Patterson and Lyndon
Patterson, who reside in the state of
South Carolina, who are heirs at law,
or any and all other heirs at law,
of Mary Jane Patterson, late of said
county, deceased, Greeting: Jack L.
Patterson having, as nominated exe
cutor, applied for probate in solemn
form the last will and testament of the
said Mary Jane Patterson of said coun
ty and having made known to the
Court that you are heirs at law of the
said Mary June Patter-on, you are
hereby cited to be and appear at the
June term of the Court of Ordinary for
said county, as the will of the said Mary
Jane Patterson will then be offered for
probate in solemn form.
This May 4th, 1916.
J. H. Ham, Ordinary.
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