Notwithstanding the denials of
the numerous imitators of
Coca-Cola there is the
THERE IS BUT ONE
1 IS IMITATED IN COLOR
And in an effort to get in
our “class,” similar containers and packages
The world by its
KNOWS LiOCd-lj Old NAME
For Its Purity, Its Merit, arid
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?”
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RESOLUTIONS OF UNION
RIDGE CHURCH SCORE GOV.
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Whereas, on the 26th day of
April, 1913, in the city of Atlanta
there was a little girl outraged
and murdered. One Leo M.
Frank was accused and convicted
of’the crime. He having unlim
ited money, carried his case
through all the courts of the land
to the United States supreme
court where he was denied any
Whereas, his case finally reach
ed Gov. John M. Slaton, who set
aside trial by jury, went out of
the way to find new evidence
whereby he could commute him
to life imprisonment.
Therefore, be it resolved by
Christ church at Union Ridge,
Butts county, Georgia, That we j
condemn Gov. Slaton in the bit
terest terms, holding him up to
the world as a common traitor of
the blackest type.
2. That by this official act of
Gov. Slaton Georgia has been
made to bow her head in shame.
He has stuck a dagger in the
heart of southern womanhood
that it will take a generation to
3. That we demand that our
honorable prison board have Leo
Frank removed from the prison
farm and have him put at hard
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WHY WOMEN SUFFER
Many Jackson Women
Are Learning the Cause
Women often suffer, not knowing
Backache, headache, dizziness, ner
Irregular urinary passages weak
Each a torture of itself.
Together hint at weakened kidneys.
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Jackson, says: “My back was weak
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morning. My head ached frequently
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labor on the public roads of the
4. We commend Hon. Robt.
Davidson and Hon. E. L. Rainey
for their effort to uphold the hon
or of the women of the South.
5. That these resolutions be
spread on the minutes of our
church book that future genera
tions may know that Georgia had
a governor who tainted his hands
and the honor of the state with
6. That we feel that J. M.
Slaton should do as Judas did. go
and offer his thirty pieces of sil
ver to the family of poor Marv
Phagan, then have his friends
bury him in the potter’s field.
7. That these resolutions be
sent to The Butts County Pro
gress and a copy to The Jeffer
All of which have been unani
mously adopted by the church
and citizens of Union Ridge.
T. E. Fears, Chairman.
Miss Clara Norsworthy,
FLO VILLA NEWS
Monday brought us, in this section, a
much needed and most refreshing
That greatly benefited cotton and was
the salvation of the grain—
It brought a forgotten smile to the face
of the farmer, and the merchant,
As they were all beginning to be ex
tremely, and I fear, hopelessly blue;
So my advice to every one is— ,( no
matter how dark things seem,
look for light,
And when you you’re down in the
mouth remember Jonah —he came
out all right.”
Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier Per
sons and little daughter, Eliza
beth, who have been the guests
of Mrs. Persons’ parents, Dr.
and Mrs. A. F. White, have re
turned to their home in Monti
Miss Lula Dozier left Monday
for the exposition and other
points of interest in the west.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Blackwell,
of Monticello, Mr. W. A. Thomp
son, of Atlanta, and Miss Beat
rice Maddox, of Flovilla, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Miss Marilu Terrell has return
ed from Atlanta and will have as
her guests for the week-end Miss
Effie Parker, Mr. Roy Wood, of
Atlanta, and Mr. Milo P. Smith,
Mr. R. Troupe Smith, the pop
ular manager of the Foy Hotel,
Indian Springs, entertained at
dinner last Friday evening for
Misses Ada Sharp, Lily Lewis
and W. G. Preston, of Flovilla,
and on Monday evening for Mrs.
C. C. Jewett, Miss Annie Reid
Maddux, of Flovilla, and Miss
Susie O’Neal, of Columbus.
Mr. E. L. Lawson and Miss
Lurline Lawson spent Thursday
Mr. J. Parks Terrell, Mrs. L.
B. Irby and children were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mr. M. T. Jones, of Mims, Fla.,
is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. A.
Mrs. J. Aldine Thompson left
Saturday for Haddock where she
will be the guest of her parents
for some time.
Mrs. Early Edwards and little
daughter, Elizabeth, have re
turned from Jefferson City, Tenn.
Mrs. Hodge has returned to
her home in Jones county after a
visit to her sister, Mrs. W. D.
Miss Nelle Millen left Tuesday
for Colquitt, Ga., where she will
be the guest of her sister, Mrs.
B. H. Fudge, for several weeks.
Mrs. Maggie Maddux and lit
tle daughters, Kathleen and Mar
guerite, have rooms with Miss
Joe Varner at Indian Springs for
Miss Mattie Duffy of Jackson
was the guest of home folks Sun
Mrs. W. H. VanGandt and chil
dren have returned home after a
visit to relatives in Jones county.
Mr. P. 0. Britt, of Miami, Fla.,
is the guest of home folks this
Mrs. F. C. Maddux and Miss
Beatrice Maddux visited Jackson
Mrs. Lucy Bond, of Mcßae,
who ’.as been the guest of Miss
Annice Barnes for the past two
weeks, left Monday for a visit to
relatives in Griffin and Atlanta.
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A backache that cannot be explain
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You Must Drink Some Good Beer
PHYSICIANS frequently prescribe beer be
cause they realize that the small amount of
alcohol it contains is easily assimilated, aids
digestion, and its mildly stimulating qualities quick
en the bodily functions into healthful action.
When a man drinks beer he drinks and eats at the
same time, just as when he eats a bowl of soup. A man
might more properly be said to eat beer than to eat cer
tain kinds of soup, or indeed, watermelon. It is both
food and drink.
Drink beer and eat moderately—
that is the physician’s advice to the
man who is "all run down.” The
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To the Ladies
We hereby solicit your valuable
support in working up a great
deal of genuine enthusiasm over
the proposed 1915 Butts county
fair, Whenever the fair sex get
behind a mevement we have al
ways noticed that something
happened, and it is generally for
the best (suffragetts excepted.)
There is going to be a ladies de
partment and premiums will be
awarded for cooking, needle
work and other things for which
woman is naturally gifted. Butts
county must have a creditabie
fair next October, anditbehooyes
you dear co-operatresses to put
the men to planning and arrang
ing for a glorious and successful
By the way, when man under
takes to perform the household
duties of the madame as we have
been compelled to do for the past
two weeks in the absence of her,
we marvel at the strength and
patience with which she must be
Awaiting your co-operation and
H. L. Worsham
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. BLOODWORTH, T. P. A., Macon, Ga.
BLIND TIGER GASES ARE
AFFIRMED BY HIGH COURT
The court of appeals has affir
med the decision of the superior
court in the blind tiger cases from
Jackson, the decision having been
announced last week.
It will be recalled that thirteen
defendants were fined by Mayor
Watkins all the way from $35 to
S6O, following a raid on blind ti
gers in which negro detectives
from Macon played a part. That
was some months ago. The cases
were appealed to the superior
court, Judge Daniel affirming the
sentences as imposed by Mayor
Watkins. An appeal was then
taken to the court of appeals.
The defendants must either
pay the fines or work out the
sentences on the streets. These
cases will be disposed of finally
within the next few weeks.
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Many persons dread July on account
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It allays inflammation and irritation
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