Dr. T. W. Hughes, Who is Permanently Located in
Atlanta and Has Been For Years, Will be in Jack
son for One Day Only, Tuesday, May 23rd, at
This eminent physician has received
many letters from numerous sufferers
of this city and vicinity requesting
him to treat them from his Atlanta of
fice without first seeing them in per
son. This he always declines to do,
but as he has several patients here,
Or. Hughes has decided to come in per
son or else have his chief consulting
physician here on the above named
day, and has consented to see those
who desire to consult him regarding
their condition. He is coming to this
city well equipped to make any and
all necessary examinations. His office
at the hotel will be especially fitted
for his convenience and comfort.
Dr. T. W. Hughes, who has a repu
tation as a successful specialist on
nervous, chronic and special diseases,
will be in this city on the above named
date. He cordially invites sufferers of
any chronic ailment to consult him
while here. No charge for examina
tion or consultation.
Dr. Hughes numbers among his
* cured patients some of the city’s and
county’s most prosperous and influen
tial citizens who will gladly recom
mend him as a thorough, reliable and
Dr. Hughes has been located in At
lanta for years, where he enjoys a
large and lucrative practice. He nev
er allows any misleading statements
to appear in his announcements. He
does not institute any “SO-CALLED”
mail treatment, but insists upon see
ing each and every patient in person.
He never attempts to treat, diagnose
or prescribe for any one without first
having the privilege of making a thor
The afflicted should take advantage
of this exceptional opportunity of see
ing this eminent physician and special
ist. Do not delay, but call to see him
on one of the above mentioned dates,
and have a friendly talk with him re
garding your condition or ailment. His
advice is absolutely free and confi
dential. By calling you do not obli
gate yourself in any way. Dr. Hughes
does not endeavor to compete with
your family physician. He specializes
on nervous, chronic and deep-seated
diseases, as he is experienced in this
class of work.
If you are a sufferer, consult Dr.
Hughes and get his expert opinion
and advice. If he finds your case a
curable one, he will accept it on a
Dr. Hughes can be seen at Hotel Buchanan between the Hours
of Ba.m.to 12 m., and from 1p.m.t06 p. m. Dr. Hughes is in
no wav connected with the “Doctor Hughes” traveling through
Georgia, representing himself to be the original Atlanta Specialist,
and not giving his initials. Any announcement of Dr. Hughes
will be signed.
Remember the Date, Tuesday, May 23rd
Dr. T. W. Hughes, Specialist
16V2 N. Broad Street Atlanta, Ga.
F. F. HUGHEB wm PHONE MAIN 0380 J. A. KIMBELL
THE TERMINAL GARAGE
REAR TERMINAL HOTEL
CARS REPAIRED. STORED AND CLEANED
Night and Day Service. Will Answer Phone Calls. Open All Hours
RADIATOR REPAIRING AUTOGENIOUB WELDING
Has A Good Reputation
The original and genuine Honey and
F<vr cough syrup is Foley’s Honey and
1 Compound and because this has
I as such universal satisfaction and
I many cases of conghs, colds,
and whoopintr cough there are
1 juons and substitutes offered to
y 'ublic. Insist upon Foley’s The
reasonable basis, and will continue
your treatment from his Atlanta in
stitution. So if you have an acquaint
ance, relative or friend whom you
think he could benefit or cure, notify
them of the date he will be here and
advise that they consult him.
The doctor’s best references are his
many cured, grateful and satisfied pa
tients all over the South, who will
gladly testify to his skill and ability
in treating chronic and deep-seated
While Dr. Hughes is a Surgeon as
well as a Physician and Specialist,
he does not believe in promiscuous
operations. He only believes in the
use of the knife as a last resort and
has a score of cured patients who,
previous to consulting him, had been
told by numerous doctors that their
cases were incurable without an oper
ation. His advice to incurables is that
they do not squander money on un
scrupulous and unskilled doctors.
Among the diseases successfully
treated by Dr. Hughes are Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Asthma, Uric Acid, Dis
eases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Heart,
Stomach and Intestines, Blood an 6
Skin Diseases, Nervous Debility, Ner*.
vous Decline, Varicose Veins, Epilep
sy, Diseases of Women; Special dis
eases peculiar to both sexes; Piles
cured without cutting or pain; Fis
tula, Rupture, Eczema, Diseases of
the Ear, Nose and Throat. In fact,
any nervous, chronic or deep-seated
disease. The doctor will likely visit
this city once or twice a month.
No matter who has told you that you
cannot be cured, consult Dr. Hughes,
or his associate, and obtain his learned
opinion and honest advice. Even
though you do not take treatment, the
consultation will cost you nothing. The
doctor extends a cordial invitation to
all. Even though you do not need
treatment he will be glad to meet you
Dr. Hughes successfully administers
606 and 914 without cutting or pain.
His offices, located at 16% North
Broad street, Atlanta, Ga., opposite
the Third National Bank Building, are
the most spacious and modernly equip
ped in the Southern States, and con
tain every facility for the proper diag
nosis and treatment for the particular
diseases upon which he specialiies.
Read the following testimonials,
which are taken from many on file in
my Atlanta offices, and if you are pre
vented from seeing Dr. Hughes on his
visit to your city, call on him at his
Atlanta offices the first opportunity:
T. L. Davidson, 301 Crew street, At
lanta, Ga., says: “About five years
ago Dr. Hughes cured me of a chronic
case of Kidney and Bladder Trouble
after many doctors had failed.”
R. W. Statham, 1114 Candler Build
ing, Atlanta, Ga., says: “Dr. Hughes
cured me of a case of Eczema that
had resisted the best efforts of other
T. F. Beall, Lafayette, Ala., says:
“Dr. Hughes cured me of a chronic
case of Constipation and Piles without
cutting, pain or inconvenience, and I
consider the money I paid to Dr.
H tghes the best investment I ever
made in my life.”
These are a few of the many testi
monials taken from sworn copies
which are on file in Dr. HugbeA* At*
A few thousand sweet potato
slips for sale at $1.50 per thou
sand, now ready for delivery.
Old bunch Yams the best M. E.
Washington. Jackson. Ga. Rt. 5.
A SPLENDID SUCCESS
' The first Flovilla Chautauqua
held Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday of this week was such an
unqualified financial, moral and
inspirational success that it has
been decided to make the Chau
tauqua an annual affair, and the
contract for next year’s assem
bly has already been signed.
The guarantee fund of approx
imately $360 was easily met and
the directors were delighted at
the showing made.
The attractions, in part, con
sisted of Col. Gearhart, Dr. Hyde,
Swiss Band and Derno. the ma
gician, besides well known Geor
gia lecturers, embracing Prof.
Fort E. Land and Prof. George
Godard, state school supervisors,
Dr. P. F. Bahnsen, state veteri
narian, and Drs. Sheeley and
Brown, field agents of the South
The barbecue Tuesday attract
ed a crowd of about 700 and all
who attended were cordially we’?
corned and royally entertained.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove’s Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic propertiesof QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
Builds up the Whole System, 50 cents.
Miss Emmalu Nolen closed her
school Friday and has returned
Mrs. Oliver Brown and little
Lucile are visiting Mrs. Arnold.
Mr. Brown will be connected
with the New Elder this season.
Mrs. Myrtice Arnold Clay has
returned to Indian Spring after
a short stay in Atlanta.
Miss Lucile Elder is contempla
ting a trip to New York, Canada
and perhaps to join the Allies,
the month of June.
Miss Dovie Bryans’ friends will
rejoice to hear of the great im
provement in her health.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell, of Dub
lin, are at the Wigwam for the
summer. Mr. Powell has assum
ed his duties as manager.
Dr. Van Deventer, Mr. James
Carmichael, Jr., Misses Carrie
Collier. Jennie Bryans and Mary
Cleveland motored to Madison in
the Dr.’s seven passenger Stude
baker, Thursday, on a visit to
Miss Bessie Butler.
The citizens of Indian Spring,
ladies particularly, extend thanks
to Mr. McClure and his gang for
the grand work on the mill hill
Mrs. F. M. Lawson, who was
so seriously ill Sunday, has re
Mrs. T. J. Collier is visiting
Mrs. J. S. Cumming and Mary
Lee were visitors to Rock Castle
Mr. L. W. Collier, of Birming
ham. was a guest of his sisters
for the week-end.
Several of the D. A. R. ladies
were busy the past week putting
the chapter house in order.
Georgia, Butts County.
On Tuesday, the Bth day of June,
1916, there will be sold before the court
house door in the City of Jackson, be
tween the legal hours of sale, the fol
lowing described property, to-wit: One
house and lotin the City of Jackson on
Walker street, bounded north by lot
of J. N. Knowles, south by lot of J. H.
Stroud, west by lot of Mrs. Lucy Mat
thews, east ty said Walker street, to
satisfy the city taxes for the year 1914,
amounting to $19.23 principal and in
terest and the cost of this proceeding.
This 10th day of May, 1910.
J. E. McNAIR,, Chief of Police.
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Programme of Recital
To be Given Tuesday Evening, May 16th
At the Auditorium by the Music Pupils
of Mrs. R. L. Smith and Elocution
Pupils of Miss Wrenn
]. Chorus Tho Merry Miller
Music and elocution Pupils
2. Restful Moments ... . Kngelman
Ruby and Ruth Conner
3. Song of tile Flowers
4. in Happy Song. . Kohlor
Bertha and Evelyn Conner
5. Recitation What’s the Trouble?. -
<i. Quietude - Altmann
Mary Ruth Thurston and Mrs., Smith
7. Recitation. .Goblins...
H. Valse T)e Sylphes Bachmann
9. A Surprise for Papa ..... . Bachmann
Florrie Bell and Bessie Mae Jinks
10. Welcome .Ganschals
11. Recitation Sister Ernestine’s Beau
12. Song Wont You Come To My Teaparty?
Ruth Smith and Mary Julia Sasnett
111. Rosamonde Rath bun
Rosa Franklin Bailey
14. Merry Hour March Gurlitt
Lucile Jackson and Willene Thornton
15. Recitation .The New Minister
16. Yellow Jonquils Johanning
Rosa Franklin and Marion Bailey
17. The Dying Poet. Fearis
18. Boy’s Conclusion
19. Second Valse Godard
20. Rose Petals Wadis
21. Grande Polka De Concert Bartlett
22. Song Abba Dabba Honeymoon _
Mary Frances O’Kelly, Robert Franklin, Edith Fletcher,
Mary Frances Wright, Mary lx>u Smith, Lydie
King, Willene Thornton
28. Second Mazurka Godard
Mary Is:na Martin
24. Recitation Behind the Curtains
Marv Williard Lewis
25. Waltz of the Snowflakes
26 Watching the Sparking __
Bert Kinard and Edwin Doane
27. Maluta Pesbt * Kowalski
28. Polish Dance Hcharwenka
29. Recitation Fiddle Told
30. Invitation to the Dance.... Von Weber
Ist Piano—Miriam Fletcher
2nd Piano—Willie Harmon
31. Grandma Drill
32. Marche Triumphale Rathbun
Ist. Piano—(a) Miriam Fletcher, (b) Miriam Hams
2nd. Piano—(a) Mary Willis, (b) Mary Lena Martin
Moderation in all things pro
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
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You butter your bread when
you boost the Butts county fair.