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The Butts County progress. (Jackson, Ga.) 18??-1915, July 02, 1915, Image 3

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SANITARY STORE OF QUALITY FISH ROE TUNY FISH FISH FLAKES LUNCH HERRING KIPPERED HERRING Telia 134 Asparagus Pimentos Olives Cherries Dessert Peaches Domino sugar Pulverized Sugar Ask the Price of two packages Arbuckles Coffee Buy yourself a case of something. Cornfield Lunch Ham and Bacon J. B. Thomas SOCIAL NEWS PERSONAL Mrs. G. B. Carreker is visiting relatives in Covington. Mrs. J. E. Andrews is visiting in Porterdale this week. Miss Pauline Mallet is at St. Si mons for several weeks. Mr. J. Gelfman spent Wednes day in Atlanta on business. Mr. C. C. Nabors was in the city Tuesday from the dam. Charles McCord, of Macon is the guest of Mrs. J. W. McCord. Miss Dollie Strickland visited friends in Jonesboro last week. Miss Myrtis Binefield, of Jones boro, is visiting Mrs. J. B. Mays. Mrs. C. L. Redman is visiting friends in Jonesboro this week. Mrs. H. L. Daughtry is ill in Atlanta at the Piedmont sanitar ium. Miss Lena White is at home from Royston for the summer months. Miss Carrie Knott spent the week-end in Atlanta and Chatta hoochee. Miss Annie Lou McCord is in Fort Valley, the guest of Miss Lillie Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMichael and children visited in Birming ham last week. Prof, and Mrs. M. 0. McCord, of M arshallville, announce the birth of a son. Mrs. I. J. Slaughter and Miss Fannie Slaughter spent last week at Indian Springs. Mrs. Walstein McMichael and son are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Moore. Mrs. W. R. Carmichael and Mrs. J. E. Woods spent last week at Indian Springs. GEORGIA Cantaloupes ON ICE Boneless Chicken, Cooked Brains, Roast Beef, Corned Beef, Tripe and Chitterlings. Libby's Dried Beef, Sausage. ALL NEW, FRESH, CLEAN AND NEATLY KEPT. PAT-A-CAKE Rome Bread Delicious cakes Phone 134 Miss Mary Willard Lewis is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Cash, of Lavonia. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Landers, of Eastman, were week-end guests of Mrs. Annie Lemon. Mrs. A. H. Smith is spending several days in Atlanta with her daughter, Mrs. Philip Head. Mr. W. S. Colvin has returned from Atlanta and continues to improve from his recent illness. Miss Sara Smith will return this week from an extended vis it to Mrs. Philip Head in Atlanta. Mrs. F. Z. Curry, Frank and Elsie Curry, of Tulsa. Oklahoma, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Head. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harrison announce the birth of a son, who has been named John Sams Har rison. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jenkins and children will motor to Dublin Sunday fora visit of several days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Carmi chael and little daughter, of At lanta. spent part of the week here with relatives. Mrs. O. A. Crittenden and children, of Shellman, are guests of Mrs. J. W. Crum and Mrs. Eva. Smith at the Calumet, In dian Spring. Mrs. E. H. Stephens leaves next week for Washington, D. C., and will later visit in Munsey and Williamsport, Penn., being away the remainder of the sum mer. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mays had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones, of Whites burg, Mr. and Mrs. Will Herrin, of Carrollton and Miss Lena Har ris, of Atlanta. MACKEREL SHAD POT HAM POT BEEF Lunch tongue Veal Loaf Pot Chicken Phone 134 Canned Strawberries Bartlett Pears Heinz Goods Pickle, Salads Pine apple Sliced, Grat ed Chunks Mrs F. S. Etheridge, Miss Vi ola Slaughter and Miss Lucile Elder are expected home next week from a five weeks trip West. Col. and Mrs. A. W. Lane and children, of Macon, arrived Tues day and will spend the remainder of the summer at their summer home here. Mrs. R. P. Newton and son, R. P. Jr., Misses Mary and Rosa Newton and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Powell, of Newnan, leave the latter part of the week for Bor den Wheeler Springs for a stay of several weeks. Card of Thanks # Mr. 0. B. Willis and family wish to thank their friends for the sympathy and kindness shown them during their recent bereavement. WANTED NOW Right now, when ha yfever is attack ing its victims and when asthma is causing so much distress, there is a de mand for Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound—the remedy that brought relief to thousands in previous years. Don’t continue to suffer. It will help you. Contains no opiates. The Owl Phar macy. NEW DONATIONS TO FAIR RECEIVED THIS WEEK *> The following amounts have been received since the last pub lication: Previously reported $lB7 00 Miss Joe Varner 2 00 Shannon Price, corn 1 50 Cleo Price, corn 150 G E Mallet, pig 5 00 T B. Conner 150 James B Watkins 2 50 A LMaddox___ 1 00 O B Knowles.. 1 00 J W Mayfield 100 Ernest Greer, corn 150 Jimmie Greer, corn 1 50 Horace McClure, corn... 150 Joe McClure, com 1 50 Guy King, corn 150 Hugh King, corn 1 50 $213 00 If prices will appeal to you, you will be convinc ed at what we have to of fer in mens Straw Ham & Carter Cos. ETHERIDGE, SMITH & GO. HAVE ON CLEARANCE SALE To clean up and make room for fall stocks, Etheridge, Smith & Cos. have inaugurated a big July clearance sale and this large and modern department is offering some worth while bargains that will interest the trading public. Read their page ad in this issue of The Progress. Always pro gressive this store is going to stir up something in the good old July hot weather time. Large selection of mens Straw Hats $2.50 and $3.50 values to go at one dollar each at Ham & Carter Cos. MR. J. R. MILLER ENTERS BUSINESS IN JACKSON Mr. J. R. Miller has opened a watch and jewelry repair shop in the building next to Paul Nolen & Cos. and will appreciate a part of your patronage. Mr. Miller, was formerly in business here. Banks to Close Monday The Fourth of July falling on Sunday the hanks in Jackson will observe Monday as a legal holiday and will be closed for the day. RELIABLE RUBBER cs . Hb THE "Faultles Wearever” BRAND Hot Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes, Combination Syringes, Rubber Sponges Gloves, Ice Caps, Nipples, Tubing, Balls, Balloons. "Wearever” N. BRAND / WmNlr Gives // PERFECT lU/7^ SATISFAC- VV^^ sa> Jjf TION We Want You To Be Our Customer Come to see or phone us. We can supply anything sold in an up-to-date drug Woods- Carmichael @2 Phones 319 THE HOTEL FOY HAVING SATISFACTORY SEASON The Foy Hotel, at Indian Springs, is enjoying a very good season despite the financial depression of the country. Guests are arriving daily at this popu lar hostelry and the management an ticipates another successful season. Among those registered there during the past week are: Mr and Mrs C H Cole, Savannah Mrs L A Lloyd, Lakeland, Fla E B Harrell, Fayetteville R H Clements and wife, Savannah P H Brady, Madison, FE Thompson and family, Savannah R C Brady, Atlanta P H Jenkins and wife, Manassas C B Morgan and wife, Unadilla W E Mobley, Macon Mrs H J Finney, Haddock Miss Lavinia Morton, Haddock T H Gregory and wife, Vienna W J Steil and wife, Fayetteville Mr and Mrs K P Lowe, Lnoxville Mrs J T Clark, Haddock T S Holland and wife, Forsyth Mrs Carolyn Daughtry, Unadilla The season is just on for mens Straw Hats. Buy one at a bargain from Ham & Carter Cos. W P Brooks and wife, Macon Daniel Conners, Savannah Mrs Geo C Smith, Gray Miss Claudia Newby, Macon Miss Fannie Day, Macon Mrs M J Newby, Macon Mrs Nesbit and sons, Norcross Mrs T S Whitfield, Savannah Miss Fletcher Copeland, Savannah Miss Mamie D Smith, Gray John Peacock, Eastman W E McAndrew, Macon Louis Burney, Macon Miss Essie Holcombe, Atlanta Mrs R W Holcombe, Atlanta M F Hall, Atlanta Miss Rosetta Rivers, Macon Geo L Williams and wife, Metter H C Wallace, Metter Mrs E F Dudley, Columbus Miss Pearl Rivers, Macon Mrs W J Wilson, Macon Miss Cora Wilson, Barnesville W Lesley Brown, Tampa, Fla R W Holcombe, Atlanta T 8 Whitfield, Savannah DeWitt McCrary and wife, Macon Our entire stock of mens Straw Hats are going at prices which will appeal to the mo£t economical buy er. Ham & Carter Cos. Watermelons for the whole family, choice and fresh. Paul Nolen & Cos.