Notwithstanding the denials of
the numerous imitators of
Coca-Cola there is the
THERE IS BUT ONE
IS IMITATED imcolor
V><UC-4l“V><old. And in an effort to get in
our “class,” similar containers and packages
The world C'r\r'<*C'c% la by its
KNOWS v>OCd-\j Old INJAIVIE
For Its Purity, Its Merit, and
its Ever Present Delicious
and Refreshing Flavor.
Nothing is ever imitated except the best of any
commodity, and imitations compliment
the original when they imitate.
The home of Coca-Cola is Georgia, and it is at
home everywhere. It is at home in your
town, in every store in your county.
It has been with you about thirty years. It needs
no introduction. It is advertised over the
world. We supply it. All you have to
do is pull the cap, make the change,
and the Profit is yours. No ar
gument. No talk. Its ju^t
“Will you have it when they call?”
: Butts County News :
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long and
children spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs, Frank Long at Sandy
Miss Tassie Fears entertained
the young people at a delightful
ice cream festival Saturday night.
Misses Ruby Maddox. Irene
Moore and Clara Norsworth.v,
Messrs. Leonard Hodges. Willie
Moore and Troy Norsworthy at
tended services at Sandy Creek
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Speir were
the guests of relatives at Cork
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mayfield
and Mr. and Mrs. Whit Moore of
Rocky Hill, visited friends here
Miss Alma Lavender spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Miss Tassie Fears.
Mrs. Sallie Tyler is the guest
of her daughter. Mrs. L. R.
Miss Lovie Maddox visited Miss
Estelle Norsworthy Sunday af
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edwards
spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Norsworthy.
Misses Alma and Irene Laven
der called on Mrs. L. R. Dodson
Well, I will ring off, wishing
the farmers a refreshing shower
EVER SALIVATED BY
Calomel is Quicksilver and
Acts Like Dynamite on
Calomel loses you a day! You
know what calomel is. It’s mer
cury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan
gerous. It crashes into sour bile
like dynamite, cramping and sick
ening you. Calomel attacks the
bones and should never be put
into your system.
When you feel bilious, sluggish,
constipated and all knocked out
and believe you need a dose of
dangerous calomel just remember
that your druggist sells for 50
| cents a large bottle of Dodson’s
Liver Tone, which is entirely veg
etable and pleasant to take and
is a perfect substitute for calo
mel. It is guaranteed to start
your liver without stirring you up
inside, and cannot salivate.
Don’t take calomel! It makes
you sick the next day; it loses
you a day’s work. Dodson’s Liv
er Tone straightens you right up
and you feel great. Give it to
the children because it is perfect
ly harmless and doesn’t gripe, ad
STORE AT THE DAM WAS
ROBBED SATURDAY NIGHT
The store at the plant of the
Central Georgia Power Company
was broken into and robbed Sat
urday night. About S4O in cash
was obtained in the haul.
The burglary was reported to
the county officers and an inves
tigation is being made.
Mrs. At Maddux and little son,
Hugo, returned to their home in
Macon Monday. They were ac
companied home by Mrs. R. C.
Gardner, who will be their guest
for some time.
Miss Marilu Terrell left last
Thursday to spend two weeks
with Miss Effie Parker, at her
home in Atlanta.
Mrs. 0. D. Smith, Misses Mil
dred Allen, Lurline Torbet and
Falma Funderburk have taken
rooms at the Foy Cottage at In
dian Springs for ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Preston
had as their guests Sunday Rev.
Arthur Jackson, of Macon, Mi.
Jphn Etheridge and Miss Susie
Etheridge of Indian Springs.
Misses Roxie and Mabel Smith of
Cork, Miss Lucy Goodman of
Jackson, Miss Annie Kate Lynch
and Mrs. W. J. Partridge.
Mrs. Allie Vickers and Miss
Beulah Vickers spent Tuesday
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dodson
at UniPn Ridge.
Mrs. C. G. Turner and family,
of Atlanta, are the guests of
Mrs, R. K. Fears, who is occu
pying the B. F. Watson home for
Miss Lou Emma Pendley is
spending the week with the fam
ily of Mr. Johnce Goggans at
Mrs. Bond, of Mcßae, is= the
guest of Miss Annice Barnes this
Miss Myra Miller returned to
Jackson Monday after spending
several days with Miss Ada
Mr. Eric Linch returned from
McDonough Monday and was ac
companied home by Mr. Harvev
Brown who will be his guest for
Mr. R. B. Thompson has com
pleted his roller mill at Cork and
began grinding for the public
Miss Fannie Gibson, of Jack
son, who has been stopping at
the Calumet, Indian Springs, for
the past ten days is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gibson, this
Misses Eunice Bryant and
Rosebud Waits, of Cork, left re
cently for Warthen to visit Miss
Bryant’s sister. Mrs. Walter
Misses Duke, of Covington,
are the guests of Col. and Mrs.
O. M. Duke this week.
Mrs. Web Bryant has returned
home after a pleasant visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Tom Thurston, in
Mrs. J. S. Cumming entertain
ed Misses Ray and Paulen at din
Mrs. Dixie Preston and family
of Iron Spring, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Linch
Registered Jersey bull ready
for service at my farm near Jack
son. This animal is a grandson
of Lord Tormento's Geronimo, a
6-28-lt T. H. Nolen.
One red sow pig about one
month old. Owner can have
same by paying for this adver
j tisement and calling on Alex
Thurman on Col. Dempsey’s
farm, Jackson, Ga.
WHEN AT INDIAN SPRINGS
DON’T FAIL TO VISIT
Here you can find a complete of
High Grade Toilet Articles,
Imported and Domestic Cigars,
High Grade Candies and all the
Popular Fount Drinks.
In fact anything to be had at
A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE
When visiting the Springs make our store your
headquarters, you are always welcome.
Indian Springs, Georgia
MR. R. C. THOMAS OUT
UNDER $3,000 BOND
Mr. R. C. Thomas, who hasbeen
in jail for some time charged with
the murder of Joe Caswell, a
young Canadian, was given a pre
liminary hearing Monday morn
ing before Justice J. A. McMi
chael and was bound over to the
superior court on a charge of
manslaughter under a bond of
$3,000. Bond was furnished and
Mr. Thomas was released from
custody during the day. Messrs.
J. M. Greer, N. J. Thomas and
J. R. Conner, of Butts county,
and Will T. Thomas, of Newton
county, went on the bond.
Entirely New Management
Service Ideal Location
B. S. Crum, Mrs. J. W. Crum
Week-end and Sunday Fares
Brunswick $7.25 $3.35
St. Simons 7.25
Cumberland Island 7.25
Atlantic Beach 9.00
Pablo Beach 9.00
Coressponding fares to other resorts.
Ask your agent or address
J. S. BLOODVVORTH, T. P. A., Macon, Ga.
Cols. H. M. Fletcher and J. T.
Moore, of Jackson, 0. M. Duke,,
of Flovilla and E. J. Reagan, of
McDonough, appeared as attor
neys for Mr. Thomas.
The state introduced several
witnesses who testified as to the
homicide. The defense did not
put up any witnesses.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
I.GCATv Arri.ICATIONS, as they
rannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tc*rh is a blood or constitutional disease,
f.n’d in crib r to cure it you must take in
ternal r "~i dies. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, and acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces. Ilall’a
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of the best phy
sicians in this country for years and is
a regular prescription. It is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two Ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results In curing
catarrh. Send for te -'monials, free.
F. j. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
Take Ual.’s Family Pills for constipation. .