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You can’t be too careful about thee
kcr'i i pists. No home is safe unless you
ih<- right precautions. But Bee Brand
Inscc L Powder will keep them out and it’*
safe and easy to use.
Sprinkle thickly on springs
f ... s and mattresses, into cracks
1 and crevices. It’s a clean
f "t powder that can’t rust springs
or stain fabrics. Better bo
\ safe than sorry. Use' Bee
Brand before bed bugs come.
It also kills Ants, Fleas, Flies, Mosquitoes.
R. ics, Water Bugs, Moths, Lice on Fowl,
1 many other house and garden insects.
Get Bee Brand in red sifting top cans
at cur grocer’s or drugght’s. Household
size’s, 10c and 25c. Other
■izes. 50c and $l.OO. Puffer
* // y.jur dralcr cant supply
lou. rend us 25c for laris MBfigLUni
houreh dd size. Give dealer’s
I name and ask for free book
let, It Kills Them,” a guide
f r P iling house and garden pests.
McCormick & Cos., Baltimore. Md.^
BABY CHICKS FOR SALE
Pure bred White Leghorn
Baby Chicks, $8.75 hundred,
Brown Leghorn, $lO
Axrconas, sll hundred.
The best layers.
Rhode Island Reds, the
best meat producers, sl2
Barred Rocks, sl2 hun
All pure bred and strong.
We pay postage charges,
and guarantee live arrival.
THE NICHOLS FARMS
We have Fleischmann’s
Yeast fresh on Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.—
Boggs Bros. & Dadisman,
No Worms In a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is more or 1 ess stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for two or three weeks will enrich the . rd,
improve the digestion, and act as a general Strength
ening Tonicto the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c pet bottla
Schedule Effective May 19> 1925
( a) No. 2 leaves Jefferson for Gain
esville 9.03 a. m.
* No. 12 leaves Jefferson for
Gainesville 1.00 p, m.
@ No. 6 leaves Jefferson for
Gainesville, 4.53 p. m.
@ No. 5 Icaws Jefferson for Ath
ens 9.03 a. m.
* No. 11 leaves Jefferson for Ath
ens 9.13 a. m.
@ No, 1 leaves Jefferson for Ath
ens 4.53 p. nt.
* Daily except Sunday.
* Daily except Sunday.
Schedules Nos. 5 and 6 are cover
ed by Passenger Motor Car 400.
To Stop a Cough Quick
false HAYES’ HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
pteup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES’ HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
cf children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
.The heating effect of Hayes' Healing Honey in
*ide the throat combined with the healing effect of
Grove y>-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores of
the skiFaoon stops a cough.
Both remedies are packed in ooe cartot. ana the
w>st of the combined treatment is 35c. >
Just ask your druggist for HAYFS
Pennsylvania’s Contribution to the Sesqui
I% 1 Spas h}■ ,W 4 -y -i
Here is the Keystone State's building at the great Sesqui-Centennial Inter
national Exposition at Philadelphia, celebrating ISO years of American Inde
pendence. In this huge structure Pennsylvania is displaying her progress
from the arrival of Penn to tho present day. The building is one of the
handsomest on the big exposition grounds and has proved a rendezvous for
hundreds of thousands of people who have come from near and far to see the
magnificent exhibits established by forty-three of the leading nations of the
world. The Exposition cc '.rues until December 1.
DEWEY’S “OLYMPIA” AT THE SESQUI
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The famous old flag ship is shown at her berth in Philadelphia Navy
Yard, the background for the Sesqui-Centennial luternational Exposition which
celebrates 150 years of American Independence. Docked just in front of the
Olympia is the U. S. S. Constellation, oldest fighting ship in commission. They
daily attract thousands of visitors to the Exposition which continues uutil
“A Thing of Beauty Is a
This Is one cf the beauty spots of
the Sesqui-Centennial International
Exposition in Philadelphia. The expo
sition celebrates the 150th anni\er
sary of the signing of the Declaration
of Independence The view shows the
tower ol one of the main exhibit build
ings rearing its head up from among
the gorgeous landscape which artists
have built around the giant structures
which house exhibits from forty-three
nations of the world. The Exposition
continues until December 1.
Columbia, Peace and the Spirit of
Brotherly love have been joined in one
person, a beautiful woman. This
young lady was one of the central fig
ures in a pageant staged at the Sesqui-
Centennial International Exposition in
Philadelphia, celebrating 150 years of
American Independence. The Exposi
tion continues until December L
' FOR JOHN N. HOLDER, SAYS
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE
(Editorial Front Auguta Chronicle)
With the state primary only a little more than three weeks off
that unmistakable and overwhelmingly public sentiment for John Hol
der, to become governor increases, and as reports flow into his head
quarters in the form cf letters, telegrams and personal visits from
people all over the state, his nomination by the greatest majority a can
didate has ever received in Georgia can readily be forecast. The
old adage that ‘coming events cast their shadows before them' Was nev
er better exemplified than in this race when even the most ardent
friends of t ie gentlemen who also a.-pire to the office admit that Hol
der will win. but they hope to as good a showing as possible.
Of course, this is with the very evident purpose of getting into future
political struggles. It cannot be charged that the ambition to get
some practice is not a laudable one, the gentlemen might stick to
the facts more closely and when they are shown to be entirely in
error, it would be so gracious to have it said of them that they were
just and generous enough to admit it .when they are shown to be
And in the meantime, during all the conversation that is going
on, John Holder is sticking to his job, going daily to the highway de
partment's offices in the capital or at East Point, and when occasion
demands, holding a hearing in some other section of the state. The
charges that the highway department had given Hart county two
bridges across the Savannah river, and the people of that county are,
therefore, supporting Holder for this reason, have been shown to bo
false and the chairman of the county commission of Hart county in
a letter to The Chronicle has shown the charges to be untrue. Hart
county is overwhelmingly for Holder but not on account of any fav
oritism the highway department has shown.
The charge that the highway commission, composed of three dis
tinguished Georgians and of whom the chairman is only one, has been
‘bootlegging mileage’ for votes for John Holder was shown to be ab
solutely groundless in the news columns of the Chronicle Yesterday in
the form of a letter on the the subject written by one of the com
missioner?, Honorable John R. Phillip?/’ Attempt has been made to
convice the people that the highway department had only 50 miles to
designate when it really has approximately 800. We wonder if the
gentlemen making the accusation think Stanley Bonnet and John Phil
lips would sit through the 'heat of summer for weeks in many sec
tions of Georgia to hear applications for mileage which they knew in
advance was entirely mythical! To make such a charge is virtually
the same as charging: asininity to these members of the commission, of
else particeps criminis with Holder in playing a practical joke on the
people. Knowing Messrs. Bonnet and Phillips as the people do ' >
say nothing of the sterling integrity of Chairman Holder—the charge
was considered utterly ridiculous from the beginning by tens of thous
ands of Georgians, but now that it has been completely refuted by one
of Mr. Holder’s colleagues, we hope the gentlemen making it will
It would be far better for gentlemen seeking to advance their
political fortunes this summer to come out squarely on the real is
sue of the campaign, and that is bonds or no bonds. Not one of
them has a specific program which he is willing to fight for. Ail
deal in glittering generalities. All are afraid to come right out fer
bonds unequivocally, knowing the people are against mortgaging the
state, and to say that Georgia should pave as she goes is equivalent
tc indorsing Holder. Candidates placed in such a position are obvi
ously embarrassed, but we regret that in their av.odiance of the bond
discussion they seek to show that Mr. Holder and his colleagues are
alloting mileage they do not have to allot, showing favoritism, etc.
Answers have been made to these cWarges and ringing answers they
The principle of pay as you go is sound as applied to our pri
vate and personal lives and to the state. Pay as you go moans not
to go into debt when you do not have to do so, and tell us one
ser ible business would in his private bu in ■ h borrow a
great deal of money and pay interest on it when he has sufficient in
come to live and expand his business from year to year. The peo
ple of Georgia endorse this principle are! they are going to show on
September 8 just ho\ a irty is their endorsement, for from the Ten
nessee to the Florida line and from the Savanrtah to the Chatta
hoochee there is going to be an avalanche of votes the like of which
has never seen before in this grand old commonwealth.
John Holder, whose long terms of honorable service for his
state have earned for him the love and affection of his people, a
man spotless in public and private life, an upstanding Georgian
whose leadership is as safe as it is progressive, one wbo has been
badly ti-eated, but whose nature has become the sweeter through the
injustice of it all—will be Georgia’s next governor. Honest John
Holder of the cqunty of Jackson will lead us aright in highway mat
ters and we call on our fellow Georgians to make it unanimous for
him. Let’s carry every single county in the state of Georgia just to
show him what Georgia can do for. a great citizen and public servant
who has never betrayed a trust imposed on him—and what is more,
who never will.
Did your roof leak during the re
cent rains? You cannot make a bet
ter investment on your property than
to re-cover it right now. We keep
a supply of the best grade of Shingles
and Roofings, and will appreciate an
opportunity to figure' on your re
quirements. —New Winder Lumber
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
*LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN’’ is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates arid
Regulates.' Very Pleasant tc Take. 60c
Butterfly Bread is the best
in town. Just a trial will con
vince you, Wc are always
glad to serve you.—Boggs
Bros. & Dadisman, Phone
Grove's Tasteless -lilli Tonic
restores vitality and energy by -urifylai and. en
riching the blood. You ca t von feel Its Strength
•nuitf. Invigorftiln.s Effect. • ice 60c.
Buy Butterfly Bread and
save your wrappers. We get
it fresh every day.—Boggs
Bros. & Dadisman, Phone
Bring you Chickens, Eggs
and Butter to Kesler & Legg.
See us for your needs in the
Grocery line. We try to car
ry a full line at all times. —
Boggs Bros. & Dadisman,
Colds Cause flrlp and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE TabMs remove tin
cause. Thera Is only one “Bromo Quinine
J V, W. GROVE'S signature on hex. Ste
When thinking of your next win
ter’s COAL supply, consider quality,
quanity, prompt delivery and courte
ous treatment. We solicit your ord
ers on these merits.■ —New Winder
Pure Apple Vinegar, 50c
per gallon.—Kesler & Legg.
Now is a mighty good time to- re
cover your house. We have plenty
of good Shingles on hand, and will
be glad to furnish you an estimate.
—New Winder Lumber Cos.
Tc Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (1 1. biers ) I)
stops the tough and Headache and works off th<
Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. Vic
Fjome made meal, made
from Jackson county corn.
—Boggs Bros. & Dadisman.
Small Farm, 20 80-100 acres, good
house and barn, cheap. See Col. H.
W. Davte. , _
SOUTH HAS LARGEST
Th South has the largest percent
age of resources of any section in
America, according to latest avail
able United States census figures
It is interesting to note that out
•>f the sixty-four articles named on
South produces 100 per cent of ten
of those materials. It produces 75
per cent or above in twenty-two of
sixty-four articles listed, while the
area of the South is only approxi
mately one-third of the ■ United
Among the. products in which the
South leads are cotton, of which
the South produce 5H per cent of
the world’s output; cotton seed oil,
barytes, sulphur, bauxite, Fuller’s
earth, turpentine, roi-iin, phosphate
rock, aluminum, matur'd gasoline,
fertilizer, natural gr>, graphite, pet
roleum, winter and spring vegeta
bles, sugar cane, molasse-, peanuts,
cow peas, soy beans, sweet potatoes,
tobacco, rice and butter.
END 1928 SESSION
Jackson, Ga.—Leaders announced
for the 1927 session of the Indian
Springs Holiness camp meeting in
clude: Dr. 11. 0. Hl?' president
of Asbury college, Wilmore, Ky.;
Dr. J. L, Braser, University Park.
lowa, and Rev. C. W. Butler, of
Cleveland, Ohio. Ilamp Sewell, of
Atlanta, will again direct the music.
The 1926 assembly, which closed
Sunday, was declared one of the most
successful in the history of this camp
ground. A large crowd estimated at.
10,000 persons was present. • Elec
tion of C. W. Tumlin, of Tallapoosa,
as a trustee was announced.
Plans are already being made for
the 1927 meeting and extensive im
provements will be made to the
grounds. Butts county day next year
will be one of the most important,
on the program.
Our revival services were fine.
Rev. Still and Rev. G. D. Perdue
conducted the services.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gee are re
joicing over u fine boy, which has
been named Winded.
We are glad to report Mrs. Arlie
Fowler better at this writing. .
M;. and Mr . A. K Vance had as
their guests last week, MLs Bettie
Lee Shaw from Academy.
Everybody remember prayer meet
ing next Saturday night, and Sun
day school Sunday p. m., and B. Y.
p. (J. Everybody come, and help
Mr. and Mrs* W. J. Whitlock and
ens, Corner and V/> ley, and Mr.
Glenn Cannon, spent Sunday p. m.
with Mr. and Mr:. G. W. Shaw, at
ONE OUT OF SIX
Twenty years ago only a few peo
ple hud automobiles. But today one
person out of every six in the United
States, own* ?om. kind of vehicle.
The automobile industry has been
growing every year and many have
wondered how long the expansion
and increased production would con
In 1925 the automobile output in
the United States wa3 three times
what it was in 1914, according to
statistics of the Department of La
bor. Considering the fact that each
year millions of cara are worn out,
there seems to be no reason to ex
pect any decrease in the present
number of cars manufactured.
In addition, another factor increas
ing the annual output is the gradual
reduction of price which creates a
new body of purhasers each season.
You can save money by placing
your orde* for your winter’s supply
of COAL during August. We will
appreciate an opportunity to serve
you, and can make prompt deliveries
—New Winder Lumber Cos.
Ambrosia Seed Rye, and
Fulgum Seed Oats, for Sale.
—Harwell-Rankin Hdw. Cos.
VOTE F EVE
FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE
To Succeed Judge J. K. Mine*
Judge Eve is 54 years old and has
had Twenty Years Experience on the
trial benoh. Judge Eve’s candidacy
has been endorsed by numerous Bar
Associations, Ministers, County Of
ficers, Woman's Clubs, Justices of
the Peace and Twenty-Seven Editors.
Judge Eve is a Just Judge and fully
competent to fill the high office to
which he aspires. Your vote and
support at the polls on SEPT. 8 will