SOCIAL NEW S
Mr. T. M. Bond spent Sunday
Mr. A. F. Whitney spent Sun
diy in Macon.
Mrs. Frank S. Carmichael is
visiting relatives in Macon, this
Littleßachel Brownlee’s friends
will be sorry to hear of her ill
Mrs. W. G. Morrison and son
are guests of Mrs. Roper, in At
Master Frank Roberts, of Ma
con, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J.
Mrs. Verna Wright and children
motored to Covington Sunday for
the day with relatives.
Mrs. L. D. Watson returned
Saturday from a delightful visit
to relatives in Griffin.
Mrs. Gordon Carmichael and
little son were recent guests of
Mrs. D. N. Carmichael.
Miss Annie Crawford spent
Sunday in Locust Grove with Dr.
and Mrs. R. L. Crawford.
Messrs. Ralph Jamerson and
Paul Crawley, of Atlanta, were
visitors to the citv Sunday.
Mrs. T. H. Buttrill was the re
cent guest of her sister, Miss
Emmie Durden, in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ham, of
Forsyth, were week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hencely.
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Rcei?ed Highest Awards
Cheap and big canßakingPowders do not
save you money. Calumet does—it's Pure
and far superior to sour milk and soda.
Mr. and Edward Cornell and
Miss Lucile Elder were up from
Indian Springs, Monday.
Mrs. Maurice Wright and little
daughter, Marjorie, will leave
soon for a trip to New York.
Miss Blanche Wentzell, of Mc
, Donough, was the guest Sunday
lof Misses Maggie and Eliza Cur
Miss Davie Fletcher gave the
pupils of the fifth grade a picnic
at Indian Springs on last Satur
Mrs. C. R. Gresham has re
turned from a pleasant visit to
her niece, Mrs. W. B. Roper, in
Mrs. Pitts McKibben and chil
dren, Frances and Pitts, Jr., left
Sunday for a visit to relatives in
Mr. Thornton Buchanan, of
Birmingham, is the guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Mrs. J. A. Joyner and Miss
Kathleen Joyner returned Sunday
from a visit with relatives in
Prof. R. E. Park, of Athens,
will deliver the literary address
at the closing exercises of the
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Kimbell and
children, of McDonough, were
guests last week-end of Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Kim bell.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Homer Car
michael and little daughter, Mar
jorie, of Atlanta have been guests
of Mrs. J. R. Carmichael this
The Sunday school pupils of
Misses Ada Sams and Lillian
Bailey were complimented with
a delight ful picnic at Mays pas
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mallet re
turned Sunday evening from
Moultrie where they attended the
convention of the County School
The many friends of Mrs. Clay
ton Buchan nan will be pleased to
hear of her improvement at the
city hospital, after a very serious
illness Macon Telegraph.
Mrs. T. M. Bond, Misses Em
ma Thomas, Tenella Tingle and
Messrs. 0. N. Brownlee and G.
E. Rice attended the Mt. Vernon
school picnic at the Big Rocks.
Mrs. Morrison Settle returned
Tuesday from a visit to Atlanta,
where she was the guest of Miss
Rachael Beck, whose marriage
will be an interqsting event of
It will be of interest to the
friends of Prof. M. 0. McCord to
know that he has been elected
and has accepted the position of
superintendent of the Manchester
Messrs. H. M. Fletcher, F. M.
Allen and J. B. Hopkins were
among those from Jackson who
attended the meeting of the
grand commandery, Knights
Templar, in Rome this week.
Good gentle horse and rubber
tired buggy C. D. Ingram, Flo
Was Troubled At Night
Painful, annoying, bladder weakness
usually indicates kidney trouble. So
do backache, rheumatism, sore, swol
len or stiff muscles or joints. Such
symptoms have been relieved by Foley
Kidneys Pills Henry Rudolph, Car
mi, 111., writes “Since taking Foley
Kidney Pil - l - een an night without
getting up.” The Owl Pharmacy, adv.
16 Choice Building Lots 16
In the Center of the City of
Monday, IVlay 15
At 10:30 A. M.
The Dumble Property
J. YV. GODDARD
Don’t Forget tire Date
J. H . LOVE, Auctioneer
Greenville, South Carolina
Report of Work of Parent-
Below is given a correct report
of the work accomplished by the
Parent-Teacher Association since
its organization in February 1915.
All parents and interested friends
should read and know the facts
as they are here given:
Organized Feb. 1915, the asso
ciation awakened interest in im
provement of school room by of
fering prize to grade that made
most improvement in room.
Brought about medical exami
nation of all children in the school.
Contributed tables, chairs and
cooking utensils for Domestic
Furnished shades for windows
of grammar school rooms and new
heater for chapel.
Placed thermometer and new
scrap baskets in every school
Helped in equipping laboratory.
Furnished busy work material
to first grade.
Bought gardening tools for the
children’s school gardens.
Provided current literature for
Added 25 new books to school
library. It has been the means
of bringing parents and teachers
in closer touch with each other
and brought about mutual help
and understanding on the part of
both teachers and parents.
For the benefit of the public,
who have given their financial
support on different occasions,
the following financial report is
Blanks for medical examination! 4 36
Prize picture.. 1 45
Lumber for tables 2 50
2 dozen chairs 12 00
Window shades. 17 00
Laboratory equipment 5 00
Busy work for Ist grade 5 00
Literature for reading room 4 10
Step to kitchen 1 00
Library 21 00
Pictures 4 50
Thermometers 2 40
Heater 37 50
Waste baskets.. 4 00
Garden tools 5 50
School grounds 9 72
Total .$137 S2
The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head
Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXA
TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
iingiug iu Lead. Remember the full name aad
look lor the suraotur* of E. W. GROVE. 25c.
GOOD PRICES EXPECTED
FOR THE PEACH CROP
Atlanta, Ga., May 11. —Georgia
peaches, famous the world over,
are going to bring their usual
good prices this season; in fact,
the prediction is that they will
exceed the prices two years ago.
The crop is estimated at some
thing over 3,000 cars. The Geor
gia Fruit Exchange, of which
Mr. B. J. Christmas is general
manager, has closed contracts
with all its selling agents to han
dle shipments on consignment.
Besides more than fifty brokers
will send in orders on a basis of
cash F. 0. B. cars, bank guaran
tee. The exchnge has represen
tation in 250 cities and towns, em
bracing all the territory east of
the Mississippi, as far southwest
as New Orleans and as far north
east as Montreal, Canada.
Six room cottage, all modern
conveniences, with servants house
in yard. Known as W. M. Tay
lor place, West Ave., Jackson.
Ga. Apply to Mrs. J. B. Thom
as, West Ave.
Day 61 Night 149
UGH! CALOMEL MAKES
YOU DEATHLY SICK
Stop Using Dangerous
Drug Before It Salivates
You! It’s Horrible!
You’re bilious, sluggish, consti
pated and believe you need vile,
dangerous calomel to start your
liver and clean your bowels.
Here’s my guarantee! Ask your
druggist for aSO cent bottle of
Dodson’s Liver Tone and take a
spoonful tonight. If it doesn’t
start your liver and straighten
you right up better than calomel
and without griping or making
you sick I want you to go back to
the store and get your money.
Take calomel today and tomor
row you will feel weak and sick
and nauseated. Don’t lose a day’s
work. Take a spoonful of harm
less, vegetable Dodson’s Liver
Tone tonight and wake up feeling
great. It’s perfectly harmless,
so give it to your children any
time. It can’t salivate, so let
them eat anything afterwards, ad
High class, entertaining,
clean pictures at the Dixie.