OF INTEREST IN THE
THE BRIGHTNESS OF LIFE
A thought that is winged from a friend
Doesn’t seem such a wonderful thing;
Yet it carries the prayer for a joy with
And it throbs with a big, friendly ring,
A mere word of cheer in the shadow of
When discouragement darkens the
Will illumine our hearts with the glo
Of a hopeful and sunbrightened day.
When failure confronts us and darkens
How we long for the clasp of a hand!
It is then that we cry from the depths
of our souls
For a friend who can just understand.
A bright, cheery smile often gives us
That we lack in the vortex of strife,
For it lightens our load as we travel
Of the care-laden path we call Life.
So we find, after all, that the things
we thought small
Loom colossal above all the host;
That the best of God’s gifts are the
friends we can call
To our side when we need them the
Is It One On You, Too?
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Guests at House Party
Mrs. J. C. Adams had as her
guests at a house party last week
Miss Laura Arnold, Newnan,
Miss Mae Colquitt, St. Augustine,
Fla., Mr. and Mrs. N. M.JElliott,
Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Maxwell and
daughter Janie, and Mr. and
Mrs. Otis Colquitt, of Barnesville.
Miss Ruth Willis to Wed
Mr. H. J. Miller
Hosts of friends are deeply in
terested in the approaching mar
riage of Miss Ruth Willis and
Mr. H. J. Miller, announcement
of which was made by the bride’s
father. Mr. 0. B. Willis, Sunday.
Both young people live here, the
groom-to-be having been in bus
iness for the past several years
and both are quite popular. On
account of a recent bereavement
in the family of the bride, there
will be no attendants or reception.
Sunday, July 25th, is the date
set for the marriage.
Series of Parties For
In compliments to her attractive
guest, Miss Mary Sims Eakes, of
Rome, Miss Pauline Mallet enter
tained at a series of Rook parties
this week. On Wednesday
morning sixteen charming young
ladies were entertained and on
Thursday afternoon the same
number of young matrons were
invited to meet the honor guest.
Absorbing interest was displayed
in the Rook games, which were
plaved at small tables on the
deep porches. Jardinieres of
sunflowers and daisies together
with many growing plants made
an attractive setting for the play
ers. Mrs. George Mallet and
Mrs. Harold Mallet served re
freshing punch to the guests up
on their arrival. A daintily pre
pared salad course with iced tea
was served the guests when the
games were concluded.
Mrs. T. E. Watkins is visiting
relatives in Marietta.
Miss Lucile Elder is the guest
of Miss Pauline Mallet.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Smith were
visitors in the city Tuesday.
Mr. W. A. Watkins was down
from Atlanta a few days ago.
Mrs. W. M. Preston, of Flo vil
la, was a visitor here Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bond have
moved to the home of Mr. W. H.
Miss Mary Zellner, of Forsyth,
was the week-end guest of Miss
Luther and Fred Hopkins spent
last week in south Georgia, mak
ing the trip in their car.
Miss Nettie Rae Pittman left
Monday for Birmingham to vis
it her aunt, Mrs. Epley.
Mrs. Florence Lunquest re
turned to Atlanta, Friday, after a
visit to Mrs. A. H. Smith.
Mrs. G. D. Head left Monday
for a visit to her aunt, Mrs. A.
W. Waller, in Hawkinsville.
Mrs. T. M. Bond and Miss Ma
ry Lizzie Thomas spent Tuesday
with Mrs. Gordon Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Powers
had at their week-end guests,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. More, of At
Mr. Willis Curry, of Barnes
ville, has returned home after a
pleasant visit to relatives in the
Misses Daisy Thomas and Car
rie Carter spent the week-end in
Juliette, the guests of Mrs.
Master Warren McMichael is
spending the week with his
grandmother, Mrs. John W.
Misses Vera and Jessie Jones
arejbeing delightfully entertained
as guests of Miss Julia Wade at
Mrs. A. H. Smith is in Atlanta
for several days and has as her
guest, Mrs. Tommie Flowers, of
Miss Mary Hardwick arrived
Wednesday from Atlanta • to
spend the week-end with Miss
Mr. and Mrs E. C. Daniel and
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Anderson,
of Macon, were recent guests of
Mrs. C. A. Butner. : 1
Mrs. W. G. Morrison was hos
tess to the Young Mothers Club,
Thursday afternoofi, at her home
on McDonough road.
Misses Winnie Maddox and Te
nella Tingle returned Sunday
from Knoxville, Tenn., where
they have been studying.
Miss Hattie Belle Gilmore left
Greenville last Monday to visit
Miss Ruby Newsome, in Atlanta
before returning home Friday.
Mrs. R. P. Newton, Misses
Mary and Rosa Newton have re
turned from Borden-Wheeler
Springs, where they attended a
house party given by Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Powell, of Newnan.
Miss Mary Sims Eakes, daugh
ter of Rev. J. H. Eakes, of Augus
ta is with Miss Pauline Mallet
Mrs. E. F. Parker, of Lyons,
and Mrs. E. E. Gosset and little
son, of Greenville, S. C., are vis
iting their mother, Mrs. H. F.
Mr. M. C. Johnson and children
spent the week-end in Atlanta
and were accompanied home by
Mrs. Johnson, who has been ill
at Nobles Infirmary for some
Dr. and Mrs. 0. Lee Chesnutt
have as their guest, this week,
their niece, Miss Britt, of Tifton,
and in her honor they entertain
ed at a lovely party, Thursday
Mrs. C. S. Maddox, Mrs. T. M.
Bond, Mrs. W. P. Watkins and
little sons, Mark and Dan, and
Miss Molly Katherine Tingle will
go down to Indian Springs next
week to spend ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. More, of
Atlanta, and Mrs. Powers motor
ed to Macon Sunday and were
guests for the day at Holly Bluff,
the delightful country home of
Mr. Harry Stillwell Edwards.
Mr. S. M. Pope had a very
pleasant surprise last Sunday
with some members of his Sunday
School class. They had a most
delightful trip in the afternoon
to Indian Springs. Mr. Pope is
very fond of his class and is al
ways glad to have them call on
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday. July 25
11 a. m. The Pastor will
preach on the subject, “Covering
9:30 a. m. The Bible School.
No evening services but the
congregations will worship with
the Presbyterian church and Rev.
Olin King will preach.
These Sunday night services
popular and inspiring, the crowds
are large, the music is grand and
the sermons have met the de
mands of the hour. We hope to
see them grow in influence and
power and be productive of great
Summer Aches and Pains
A backache that cannot be explain
ed by having l, sat in a draft” is more
than likely the result of disordered
kidneys. Foley Kidney Pills prompt
ly relieve backache, sore or stiff mus
cles and joints, rheumatism and sleep
disturbing bladder ailments. They
put the kidneys in sound, healthy con
dition. The Owl Pharmacy.
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Get a Pineapple for 5c at
Kinard’s, phone 8.
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out, some beauties at 25c.
Notice is hereby given that the
teachers’ examination will be
held in Jackson on July 30th and
and 31st, 1915. All those who
desire to teach in the schools of
the county will be required to
take this examination.
Hugh Mallet, Supt.
Schools Butts County.
FOR FARM LOANS
J. W. NISBET
WIGWAM HOTEL PUTS
ON A MOTOR SERVICE
The Wigwam Hotel, of Indian
Springs, has recently purchased
an automobile transfer that will
be used between Indian Springs
and Jackson, Flovilla and other
points. This service was install
ed for the benefit of guests of
the hotel who will now be taken
from the station direct to the ho
tel without having to walk up the
steep hill. This improved ser
vice will no doubt prove popular
with the patrons of the Wigwam,
whose manager strives at all
times to provide the latest con
veniences for its friends.
The hotels at Indian Springs
are having a satisfactory season.
Last Sunday more than fifty au
tomobiles were on the reservation
at the Wigwam, each car proba
bly having an average of seven
$3.00 Ladies Hats to close
out at 50c each at
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3 boxes 44 “ 44 Powder
1 loaf of Uncle Sam Bread
all for 25c
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SAYS FIELD MEET WAS
A GREAT SUCCESS
The picnic of and for the Corn
Club boys and the Caning Club
girls was a great succes. Not a
single ugly thing occurred to
ipar the pleasures of the occasion.
The crowd was large, the dinner
magnificent and bountiful. A
great day for the boys and girls
and for all. It was better in ev
ery way than last year. We all
regretted the illness of Prof.
H. L. Worsham, our faithful
and efficient agent. As to the
addresses, they were all excel
ent, practical and helpful.
A vote of thanks was given to
Mr. Scoville for the use of the
hall and a donation of $25.00; to
the speakers for their earnest
addresses; to the ladies for the
splended dinner. Mr. Dolvin at
the Casino gave a nice donation
to be divided between the two
Canning clubs. Prof. Martin
presided over the meeting with
ease and dignity.
J. S. Lewis.
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