MRS. J. B. RICH
PASSES TO REWARD
Mrs. J. B. Rich, aged 64, and
a beloved women residing near
Jenkinsburg, died at 3 o’clock
Wednesday morning, death re
sulting from a complication of
Mrs. Rich, who before her
marriage was a Miss Collins, is
survived by her husband, three
daughters, Mrs. M. E. Oakes, of
Alabama, Mrs. Atha Bowden, of
Jenkinsburg, Mrs. A. H. Davip,
of Henry county; three sons, Er
nest and Raymand Rich, of Butts
county, and Willie Rich, of Louis
iana. The family have the sym
pathy of many friends in their
The funeral took place at Fel
lowship church Thursday morn
ing at 11 o’clock and the services
were conducted by Rev. T. H.
Vaughn, assisted by Rev. J. H.
Atkinson. Interment was in the
For Sprains, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
Penetrates and Heals.
Stops Pain At Once
For Man amd Ecasf:
25c. 50c. sl. At All Dealerc.
Miss Fannie Gibson is a house
guest of Rock Castle.
Miss Lucile Elder is a visitor
to friends and relatives in Atlan
Mr. Sherwood Thaxton has
leased the Foy House for this
season and will open May 27. We
wish great success for Sherwood.
Miss Falma Gregory has re
turned after an extended visit to
friends in Macon.
Mrs. A. H. Alfriend, of Atlan
ta, is a guest of the New Elder.
Mrs. Alfriend is a great friend
of Indian Spring and is always
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Clay spent
Sunday with Mrs. Clay’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold.
Mr. and Mrs. Dolvin have ren
ted Idlewilde for the summer and
are pleasantly located and the so
ciety element ot Indian Spring
will soon expect a house party.
Mr. Miller will preach at the
Indian Spring church Sunday af
ternoon at 3:30 o’clock.
Picnics are the order the day.
'ifre Mammoth Yellow
promises to be one of the most
profitable crops for southern farm
ers everywhere. Makes a large
yield of beans, which arc readily
salable for oil-producing and food
purposes, in addition to its use for
forage, soil-improving and stock
feeding. Splendidly adapted to our
southern soils and climate.
The New 100-Day
the quickest growing: of Velvet
Beans, promise to supercede Cow
Peas very largely as a soil-improv
ing, forage and grazing crop
throughout the South. Cheaper
to seed per acre than cow peas.
Write for prices and "Wood’s
Crop Special** giving full in
formation in regard to Sofa and
Velvet Baans, Cow Pss*, Millet,
Sood Corns, Sorghums, Sudan
Grass, etc. Mailed free.
T.W.WOOD C) SONS.
SEEDSMEN, - Richmond, Va.
Will always find games, cream
and plenty of fine Indian Spring
Miss Carrie Collier was honor
guest at an afternoon party Satur
day at the residence of Mr. T. H.
Nolen. Mrs. Nolen and Miss Em
malu being the lovely hostesses.
The invited guests, old friends
of Miss Collier, were Mesdames
Watson, Etheridge, Daughtry,
Ham, Mallet. Carter. Pope. Mays,
Wilson: Misses Gibson, Bryans,
Wright, Collier and Cleveland.
Two charming young ladies. Miss
es Furlow and Kinard, in a most
graceful wav. served refresh
Card of Thanks
Mr. A. R. Gilmore and family
wish to extend thanks to the cit
izens of Jackson for their kind
ness and expressions of sympathy
during the illness and death of
Mrs. A. R. Gilmore.
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.
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Little Child Dies
Gladys Henderson, the two
and a half year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Henderson, of
Pepperton, died Tuesday after
noon at their home. The little
girl had been sick for about ten
days. The family have the sym
pathy of their friends in their
sorrow. The funeral was held
Nancy Hall. Porto Rico. Tri
umph and Dooly Yams. $1.75 per
1.000. Phone 224. Thanking my
friends for their patronage last
year and hoping to receive their
G. W. Alien.
Was Troubled At Night
Painful, annoying, bladder weakness
usually indicates kidney trouble. So
do backache, rheumatism, spre, 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 Pills I sleep all night without
getting up.” The Owl Pharmacy, adv.
High class, entertaining,
clean pictures at the Dixie.
Good gentle horse and rubber
tired buggy. C. D. Ingram, Flo
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drive* out
Malaria,enriches the blood.aud builds up the sys
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