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The Jackson progress-argus. (Jackson, Ga.) 1915-current, May 19, 1916, Image 6

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PERSONAL Mrs. J. B. Settle spent Wed nesday in Atlanta. Miss Mary Newton spent Wed nesday in Atlanta. Mrs. Annie Curry has been ill for the past week. Miss Helen Carmichael spent Tuesday in Macon. Miss Annie Lou McCord spent the week-end in Atlanta. Mr. J. C. Jones was a visitor to Birmingham this week. Mr. L. P. Lester, of Macon, spent Tuesday in the city. Mr. L. R. Akin, of Macon, spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. Charlie Kimbell has re turned from a trip to South Geor gia. Miss Lily Childs, of Atlanta, was the week-end guest of Miss Exie Ham. Mr. John Fossett, of Shreve port. is visiting his mother. Mts. G. T. Fossett. Mr. J. W. Goddard, of Green ville, S. C., wasa business visitor to the city this week. Rev. C. V. Weathers, of East Point, spent this week with Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Jarrell. Miss Kate Amoss will leave Sat urday to spend the summer at her home in Milledgeville. Friends of Miss Hattie Buttrill are glad to know she has recover ed from her recent illness. Prof. Claude Gray, president of Locust Grove Institute, was a visitor to the city Tuesday. The friends of Mrs. George Damour regret to know she is ill at the City Hospital, in Macon. Mrs. Charlie Ivimbell returned Thursday from a few day’s visit to Mrs. James Warthen, in Ma con. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hencely and children will spend the week end in Monroe county with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Pitts McKibben and children spent the week-end in Eatonton, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKibben. Mrs. John Moore aud Mrs. S. H. Morgan, of Atlanta, are guests of Mrs. R. E. Stanfield and Mrs. Hugh Mallet. Mrs. Maurice Wright and little daughter, Majorie, leave Friday for a months visit in New York, where they will beguests|of Mrs. J. G. Koogle. They will be joined in Atlanta by Miss Kathleen Daughtry, who is returning to her home in New York, after an extended stay in the South. Keep Kool These hot “dry” days by getting your Ice from us. We Deliver RIGHT NOW Let us fill your refrigerator and keep it full. In addition to selling the grade of Plate Ice, we also handle a seledt line of Choice Meats ♦ Everything handled in a Modern, San itary Market. Phone your orders to 13 6 Stodghill, Crawford & Cos. JACKSON, GA. Several Hundred Pounds Good Binder Twine 49c BALL Dempsey Hardware Company Hardware Phone 80 Furniture Col. W. E. Watkins spent the week-end in Bluffton, where Mrs. Watkins and little daughter, Mol lie, are visiting relatives. Mrs. R. N. Etheridge is spend ing the week at Robertson’s sani tarium in Atlanta, where she went for treatment, Monday. Mrs. Pitts McKibben and chil dren returned Friday, from Talla poosa, where they have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thornton. Misses Jim Crawford, Sallie Watkins and Fredna Allen will return next week from Milledge ville where they have been at tending school at G. N. & I. C. Hon. and Mrs. J. W. Wise an nounce the birth of a son, at their home in Washington City. Mrs. Wise was Miss Cora Betts, of McDonough, before marriage. Misses Blanche Wentzell, Bess Fouche, Berta Gilbert and Mr. Hancock motored from McDon ough Thursday and were guests of Miss Lois Gilbert at Mrs. Troy Willis’. Special Sale Ladies Coat Suits, New and Beautiful at $9.95 at The Busy Corner. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Program for Sunday, May 21 • - 11a. m. Choice Morsels From Menu of the seventy-first session of the Southern Baptist Conven tion. 7:45 p. m. The Price of Popu larity. 9:30 a.m. Bible School. 3p. m. Important meeting of our Young Peoples Union. Don’t miss it. Picnic next week. Let’s make it a great outing. Let’s all go. Every officer, every teacher, all the boys and girls, old and young. We hope the Indian Spring School will be our guest. We want it. The Pastor will leave Tuesday for Ashville to attend the Conven tion. A Thorough Test One to Convince the Most Skeptical Jackson Reader The test of time is the test that counts. Doan’s Kidney Pills have made their reputation by effective action. The following case is typical. Jackson residents should be con vinced. The testimony is confirmed —the proof complete. Testimony like this cannot be ig nored. Mrs. B. F. Doe, 625 ,W. Solomon St., Griffin, Ga., says: “I suffered from kidney trouble for a number of years. My system seemed to be filled with uric acid at times and 1 suffered a great deal from pains in the small of my back and in my sides. 1 was very weak and nervous much of the time. Doan’s Kidney Pills did me a great deal of good.” (Statement given March 25,1908.) DOAN’S ON HAND On Feb. 12, 1915, Mrs. Doe said: ‘‘l always, have Doan’s Kidney Pills on hand and they keep my back and kid neys in good order.” Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t sim ply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Doe has twice publicly recom mended. Foster-Milburn Cos., Props., Buff alo, N. Y. adv. Great sale of Ladies New Suits at $14.48, values up to $25.00. They are going fast, better hurry. The Busy Corner. fh Quinine That Does Not Affect The Heed Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA TIVE BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary Quimue and does not cause uervonsncss n, r ringing in head. KemcuiOer tne iuii uwuc auu look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 23c. JUDGE C. L. BARTLETT PROMINENT VISITOR Judge C. L. Bartlett, of Macon, for twenty years congressman from the sixth district, retiring two years ago on account of ill health, was a distinguished visi tor to Jackson Wednesday after noon. He was cordially welcom ed by his hosts of personal and political friends and admirers. Judge Bartlett looks well. He has completely regained his health and now weighs more than before in several years. When asked if he would be in politics this year, Judge Bartlett stated that he had not definitely decided. It is known that his friends are bringing pressure to bear to get him in the race for congress, and in the event he yields and gets in the contest he will have a loyal and enthusiastic support in every part of the dis trict. Judge Bartlett is genu inely and affectionately esteemed by his friends and backed by a splendid congressional record, he is a strong political factor in the sixth district and the entire state. See.those beautiful Silk Dresses in Taffeta on spe cial sale at $9.95. The Busy Corner. PHONE 114 P H O N E I 1 4 TO MY FRIENDS You will find my Market on the north side of the public square, between J. C. Kinard & Cos. and the Greek Restaurant, where I am pre pared to furnish you with the Best of Meals And Plate Ice I have moved from my old stand, and have a nice clean up-to-date place. Give Me a Call or Phone 114 A.. R. CONNER I AM GIVING COUPONS. GOOD FOR ROGERS’ SII/VFRWARE, with CASH PURCHASES | CALOMEL SALIVATES ; ANO MAKES YOU SICK Adts like dynamite on a Sluggish liver and you lose a day’s work There’s no reason why a per son should take sickening, sali vating calomel when 50 cents buys a large bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone—a perfect substitute for calomel. It is a pleasant, vegetable li quid which will start your liver just as surely as calomel, but it doesn’t make you sick and can not salivate. Children and grown folks can take Dodson’s Liver Tone, be cause it is perfectly harmless. Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is mercury and attacks your bones. Take a dose of nasty cal omel today and you will feel weak, sick and nauseated tomor row. Don’t lose a day’s work. Take a spoonful of Dodson’s Liv er Tone instead and you will wake up feeling great. No more bil ■ iousness, constipation, sluggish ness, headache, coated tongue or sour stomach. Your druggist says if you don’t find Dodson’s Liver Tone acts better than hor rible calomel your money is wait ng for you. ad Death of Little Girl Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stephens, of Worthville, have the sympathy of their friends in the death of their three-year-old daughter, which occurred Monday morning. The funeral was at the Worth ville Baptist church Tuesday at 10 a. m.. Rev. T. H. Vaughn of ficiating. SHERIFF’S NOTICES In accordance with the provisions of Section 16 of the act of the legislature, extraordinary session 1916, for prohib iting the manufacture, sale and keep ing of intoxicating liquors, notice is hereby given that The Waldorf Club, A. L. Wooten president, is the holder of Revenue License as a retail liquor dealer, with place of business at Indian Springs in Butts county, Georgia. L. M. CRAWFORD, Sheriff. 5-12-2 t Some of this season’s stylish Suits going at $9.95. Come quick. Your size and color is here The Carmichael-Mallet Cos. HOT ENOUGH GHILOFI ever receive the proper balance ot tood to sufficiently nourish both body and brain during the growing period when nature’s demands are greater than in mature life. This is shown in so many pale faces, lean bodies, frequent colds, and lack of ambition. For all such children we say with unmistakable earnestness: They neea Scott’s Emulsion, and need it now. It possesses in concentrated form the vert food elements to enrich their blood. It changes weakness to strength; it makes them sturdy and strong. No alcohol. . Scot* Bloomfield. N. I. P H O N E 1 1 4