Good Bread Is Half the Meal
Then make that Half
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The select Soft Winter Wheat, the pure ingredients, the
sanitary scientific mixing, all go to set the high standard
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Prepared only by the famous RED MILL, Nashville. Tenn,
Also buy any kind of Peas.
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Best of them All
Says Uncle Sam |r7r>.
ture. Bureau of Animal Industry, Says: Mn
I “There !* no aection of the country which Splfc... V v 6&, s
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fcffl South, for the lands are still cheap, the grazing lUf&trwM _ V , I
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fcgj wve: shelter only Is required for the animals
fln “A freal vatirty of leguminous hav- m I if jjaalh "
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secure cotton seed
1 feed.” ■ I 1 i.a—
--| —Are You Feeding
P Whether the Grr a 1 War continues or not, Uncle Sam has got to furnish
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|J oats, bran, wheat, hay and other feedstuffs on which dairy herds, slaughter
E animals and work stock must be fed and fattened. Save money, improve
H your stock and help Georgia and yourself by feeding daily a balanced
9 ration of *
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THE BARTOW TRIBUNE, JANUARY 4, 1917.
WHEREAS, The Angel of Death has
removed from our midst and. trans
ferred to the sphere of eternal life the
soul of our departed colleague. L. s.
M u nford.
In the death of Mr, Munford, the
Pettits Creek Farmers Club has lost a
very energetic, efficient and well in
formed member. For 2$ years his name
l as been enrolled upon our club roster,
and whenever he attended our roeet-i
ings he contributed suggestions that
were valuable and far reaching. The
meetings at his own home'were de
lightful occasions of generous hospi
tality and elegant service.'
He was an afimirable host —-an honor
shared by hiis> splendid wife —who pre
ceded him into the Great Hereafter by
a few months only, she having died
on March 9th, 1916. %
Mr. Munford was born January 11,
1850; was married November 25, 1874;
was elected a member of this club De
cember, 1888, and died October 12,
L. S. .Munford was skilful in his var
ious undertakings; he remarkable
as a manager of large enterprises; his
grasp upon existing conditions was
turned io effect in farming and mining
as few men have been able to equal in
our part of the country, or to excell
it scope and excellence. Whatever he
essayed io do, was done with zeal and
understanding; consequently, it was
easy for him to make money and to
invest in paying enterprises. From
early youth he developed this skill
and genius. He was still in the prime
of mature manhood when disease over
took him, and it was his notable will
power that postponed the end, for sev
eral years of his later life. It was
touching to see his spinit battle against
the encroachment of disease, and to
rise again and again to comparative
health, when it seemed as if all the
medical skill which he consulted had
He was a devoted husband, and a
generous, loving father. He will be
missed in his family circle, and we
Will miss him in our club meetings.
We tender to his son and daughter our
sympathy and condolence.
RESOLVED, We as members of the
Pettits Creek Farmers Club, in regu
lar session assembled, desire to pay
this ‘tribute of respect and esteem to
L. S. Munford.
RESOLVED, That this memorial
and resolution be spread upon the
minutes of the club, and a copy be
furnished by the secretary to -the
famfTy of the deceased.
HOWARD E. FELTON,
JOHN S. LEAK, .
W. A. JACKSON,
" r ■* ~
SOUTH GEORGIA FARMS.
. % " t
We desire to get in touch w-ith any
person who is financially able and who
would be willing to purchase a farm in
tiiat part of South Georgia traversed
by the A. B. & A. Ry„. provided we
can place him in touch with the owner
of land that will suit, and that will be
attractive from the standpoint of price,
location, etc. Those interested will
please address W. W. Croxton, Gen
eral Passenger .Agent, A. B. & A. Ry„
GOOD AND BAD TIMES
'(By Mrs. R. S. Bradley, Folsom, Ga.)
There’s some things ’bout Christmas,
As good as good can be,
Then there’s other things, I think,
Not quite so good to me.
When old Santa comes around,
1 want to jump and hollow,
It makes me feel so very good,
1 just lie down and wollow.
But just fore Christmas gets here—
Ma all’as cooks her cake,
An every time I start to move
Fhe yells at me, “you Jake.”
"Stop runnin thru this house—
You’ll make my cake to fall."
You’ll bet! 1 wouldn't give a darn,
For Id git to eat it all.
When pa comes home to dinner,
As hungry as a bear,
Ma says, "We have no dinner John,
I'm cooking cake my dear.”
Pa eats a bit of somtbing cold
An says to me, “son Jake,
I’ll be so glad when mother gets
Thru’ baking Christinas cake.”
Then comes great droves of company,
An it’s, ‘‘Come he r e honey, Jake,
There's so many here for dinner,
You’ll have to run an wait.”
I’ll swear! I hate to wait three hours
For them to stuff and eat.
An me as hungry as a wolf,
I rave an stamp my feet.
Then when they all march out,
I run an take my seat,
T help myself to everything,
I just eat, an eat, an eat.
* WHITE. *
(Too late for last week.)
Mrs. J. G. Sparks was hostess at a
tea Saturday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Ernest Culver, of Rockmart, Miss
Stella Hamrick, of Miss,
jolly Tierce, of Mount Berry. Tne
holly decorations gave the Christmas
spirit to the occasion. A salad course
was served and the guests were: Mrs-.
Ernest Culver, Miss Stella Hamrick,
Jolly Tierce, Mrs. Guy Hughes,
Mrs. Andrew Hughes, Mi-3 Clifton
Shelton, Miss Maud Culver, Miss Fran
ce.- Wilson, .Misses Mattie and Lilly
Shi It'n and Miss Marie Tierce.
.Mrs. E. C. Geode was hostess at a
Christmas rook party Monday after-
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sea that always folio n s a dose of cal
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that you hardly know you’ve taken it.
LIV-VER-LAX, being purely vegeta
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And it's guaranteed to be satisfactory,
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noon at the home of Mrs. Guy Hughes,
Holly and mistletoe were used in. pro
fusion as decorations, and a salad
course was served. The guests were:
M s. R. E. Wilson, Mrs. J. G. Sparks,
Mrs. Henry Mcllan, of FaiiWunt,
Mrs.'Andrew Hughes, Mrs. Guy Hugh
es, Miss Corine Upshaw, Miss Frances
Wilson, Miss Stella Hamrick, Miss
Au.-tell Boston, and Misses Mattie an<J
CE DEBIL UP DE |
BLACK JACK *TREE.
1 went out huntin*las Sunday night,
To ketch dat possum—Sho!
Whot’s bin totin off my chickens,
Fo de las six mon'ts or mo.
Dat pcseum take rite down de creek,
An kite up a black jack tree
An Tige, my dog, .took arter him,
An I foller’d behin—you see!
When I cum up wid him, you rite!
It wan’t no place for me,
Dat fings eyes look lak two balls of
An his teef, but l didn’t stay to see.
I take de neases’ cut to B*ome,
He almos’ ketch me, gee!
It wan’t no possum, but de debil,
T T p dat black jack tree.
I jump de stumps, I tore my close
How fas I run, God only knows,
But de debil up de black jack tree,
Couldn’t run fas enuf to ketch up wid
MRS. R. S. BRADLEY.
FAT FOLKS MAY
Be Moderate In Your Diet, Breathe
Deeply, and Take Tassco
Fat persons, particularly those
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This can best be done by being
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A few days’ treatment should show
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