GRADY COUNTY PROGRESS, CAIRO, GEORGIA.
THE GRADY COUNTY PROGRESS.
THE OFFICIAL PRINT SHOP OF GRADY COUNTY.
D. L. WILLIAMS, Editor and Proprietor
Entered iih matter 61 the second class at the Cairo, Georgia, Post Office, under
the Act of March !ird, 1879.,
$1,001 a Year;
50 cants for 0 Months; 25 cents for Three Months
What you expect to do for your
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Most; Reasonable and Made Known Upon Application.
Cox Invites Park
'To A Joint Discussion
The following telegram has beey
addressed to Congressman Frank
Park by Judge E. E. Cox. Should
the Congressman sec fit to accept
the invitation politics will liven up
in the district,
* ■ Cairo, Ga, .June 28, 1910.
Congressman Frank Park,
Washington, D. C.
I notice from press reports that
you like myself have accepted in
vitation to.address the public at
Thotnnsville .luly Fourth and that
both are privileged to discuss poli
ties, 1 therefore invite you to a
joint-discussion of the issues of our
; E. E. Cox,
For Meeting of the Demo
cratic Executive Commit-
,tee of the 2nd. Congres
Mary Bennett Cox Pleasant
Mary Bennett Cox who was a
recent visitor for several days to
Margaret Wight was entertained
last Wednesday ut Margaret’s
home. Those present besides tho
ittlc hostess and her visitor wore
Carrie Wight, Louisa Wight, Mary
Frank Mauldin, May Walker and
Nannie May Crawford. After en
joying themselves playing games
for awhile the hostess took her
guests down town to her papa’s
drug store where they were served
Miss Velma Mott 8,300
Miss Lottie Baggett 1000
CAIRO R F D
Miss Versie White 808,775
Mrs. J.H. Brock 110,375
;iThe members of the Democratic
Executive Committee of the Sec
ond Congressional District of Geor
gia arc hereby requested to meet
at the City Hall in Albany at 12
d’clock noon on Wednesday, July of
fbr the purpose of arranging for a
primary election for the nomination
the district candidate for Repre
sentative in the 56th Congress.
%;A full attendance is desired.
C H. M. McIntosh,
Another pleasant affair in honor
of little Miss Cox was given Friday
afternoon by Vida Lee Jordan
Those present were Mary Frank
Mauldin, Mae Walker, Lana
Chasoiq Louisa Wight, Carrie
Wight, Margaret Wight and the
guest of honor Mary Bennett Cox
The hostess, Vida Lee Jordan, had
her home prettily decorated
yellow and brown. Ice cream and
wafers were served for refresh'
ments. All those present had
quite a gay time taking turns rid
ing bicycles and in playing other
. u Albany, Ga., June 27, 1916.
Good Looks are Easy
j Look ns good as your city cousins. No
-matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolia
Balm will surely, clear your skin inftantly.
" Ju m 1
•Heals Sunburn, too. Just put a little on
jyour face and rub it off again before dry.
•. m - v Sajjfolli;
Simple and sure to please. Try a bottle
: to-day and* begin the -improvement at
once. White, Pink and Rose-Red Colors.
75 cents at Druggidts or by mail diredt.
MFC. CO., 40 So. 5th St., Brooklyn. N.Y.
Boost Grady County Live
I will coach pupfils for fall term
work, two hours each day, for. $1.50
per month. I am now engaged in
teaching several pupils and will
take more at any time. Hours 8
to 10. Residence on Pearce Street,
Mr. Clarence Brady
Miss Ruth Christopher
WHIG HAM R F D
Mr. Angus Wliigham
PINE PARK, GA.
Miss Ivy Bussey
Miss Elizabeth Dickey 166,450
Miss Alice Fulford 389,500
Miss Mamie Spence 68,225
MissRobbie Broome 140,150
Mr. Sumpter M. Kelley 1,225
Miss Meta Glisson 4,675
Miss Abbie Herring. 34,650
Items From Woodland
To The People Of
Tho Albany Circuit
We are having plenty of rai*
these warm June days.
Mr. Clarenco Merritt and sister,
Miss Maggie, of Meigs, visited rel
atives here last Saturday and Sun
Miss Minnie Lee Cook of Meigs,
was the charming guest of Miss
Alina Hickey last week.
Mr. Clarence Merritt and MisseB
Maggie Merritt and Goldie Elkins
attended the June meeting at Pop
ular Springs Sunday.
Miss Mattie Cassleberry, of
Tampa, Fla., is the guest of Miss
Mable Richter this week.
Mr. Clarence Brady is in Thomas
county attending the singing school
at Center Hill this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hickey
and little daughter is visiting rein
lives near Meigs this week.
The sing given by Mr. and Mrs
Willis Gordon Friday night
honor of Miss Minnie Lee Cook
was enjoyed by all present.
Mrs. A. H. VanLandingham
children visited her parents, Mr
aqd Mrs. Woolfork of Midway,
latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Harper
Concord section were the guests
Mrs. Harper’s parents, Mr,
Mrs. Joe Fulford and was accomp
allied back home by Mrs. Fulford
Well if I see this in print I
come again, wishing the Progr
July 13th the Last Day of
Children that arc alTccted by
worms arc pale and sickly and liable
to contract some fatal disease,
WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE
expels worms promptly and puts
the child on the road to health.
Price 25c per bottle. Sokl by
Wight & Browne.
Will cure Rheumatism, Neu'
ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic
Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old
Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,
used internally or externally. 25c,
It makes a fellow feel blue to
know that he is intellectually too
small to be a big man and too large
to be a small man.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for Judge of the Superior
Court of the Albany Circuit, sub
ject to such action as the Demo
cratic party may see fit to take in
I believe in the prompt and econ
omical administration of : the law to
the rich and poor alike, and in the
curtailment of dilatory tactics as
far' as is consistent with the prin
ciples of justice and fair play.
Should the people see fit to be
stow upon me this honorable trust
I pledge them faithful service.
I respectfully solicit your support
Very truly yours,
A. S. JOHNSON
Notice to the Public
The Swimming Pool at Copeland
Park will be open on Sundays un
til 10:00 for bathing. ,
L. A. RAGAN, Mgr.
Good Auto Service
New OaKland Car,
ent Chauffer. Prompt
attention to all calls.
If you want best ser
M. C. McManeus
Thli it a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if teken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts/on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
Judge Cox Delivered Ad
dress in Cairo ‘
We wont sell cigarettes after July 13th. After
that in order to get your supply of cigarettes it : will
be neccessary to leave Cairo to purchase them--This
of course means an inconvenience and time loser;
Why put yourself out? Smoke a pipe or cigar.
Medical Science tells us that the cigarette dulls your
intellect, dwarfs your body and impairs your health.
This is not hearsay,, it has been proven and it is true.
A great many of us smoke cigarettes because they
are convenient’and a short smoke. We are going to
have a supply of small pigars in stock to take the
place of them.
We will have a complete assortment of pipes,
smoking tobacco, cigars in our window for your in
spection. Let us fit you out in a new pipeand a can
of smoking tobacco and stop cigarettes. Break the
old habit and lets help the ladies put this over; they
Cigars, Pipes, Smoking Tobacco,
Wight & Browne
The Leading Druggist
Judge E. E. Cox, who Is waging
an active coinpaign for the scat in
Congress now held by Frank Park,
of Sylvester, addressed the citizens
of this section at the Court House
at Cairo last Saturday afternoon.
Reports which had been sent out
from Tifton where the Judge made
his opening address in the cam
paign had indicated that he was
very harsh in his criticism of the
record of the present Congressman
but in his speech here he started
out with kind references to his op
ponent, and although the record of
Mr. Park as Congressman received
almost all his consideration, yet he
refrained from severely unpleasant
The crowd to hear Judge Cox
filled to overflowing the court room
and his speech seemed to be well
received by those present. The
Judge by his splendid record
Judge of our Superior Court here
has made many warm friends in
this county. Some of these will
be his ^supporters in this race for
Congress, while others admiring
him equally as much, will remain
staunch supporters of Congressman
Congressman Park is expected
to be in the district for a few days
about the July 4th recess of Con
gress; and no doubt the Congress
ional race will take on additional
vim from then on.
Both Judge Cox and Congress
man Park are expected to speak in
Thomasville on the 4th of July, but
at the time this is Written it is not
known whether their speeches will
be of a political nature or not.
have two Large
service. Fee $13.00, $5.00cash bal
ance nt birth of colt.
I f you have the itch, don’t
scratch. It does not cure the
trouble and makes the skin bleed.
Apply BALLARD’S SNOW LINI
MENT. ltub it in gently on the
affected parts. It relieves itching 1
instantly and a few applications re
moves the cause thus performing a
permanent cure. Price 25c, 50c
and $1,00 per bottle. Sold by
Do You Know That
not work, which
A cbld bath every morning is
the best complexion remedy?
Poor health is expensive?
The U. S. Public Health Service
has reduced malaria 60 per cent in
The death " rate from typhoid
fever in the United States has been
cut in half since 1900?
Pneumonia kills over 120,000
Americans each year?
Flyless town has few funerals?
The well that drains the cess
pool is the cup of death?
Cairo is on the growing list?
Polrn linarlc Koworana?
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