Ten Days and. Nights of
FUN* FROLIC AND FESTIV
ITIES AT THE
1915 Georgia State Fair
“The Educational Fair”
Under Auspices of the
Georgia State Agricultural Society
The Midway Shows ever assembled. Fire
works and Free Acts every night. Two Big
Brass Bands. Seven Free Acts every afternoon
and evening. The largest and Agricultural
and Live Stock Fair ever held in the South.
To assist the live stock raisers in securing
new blood to infuse in their herds and
flocks, we will hold public sales of pure
bred Shorthorn, Angus and Hereford
Cattle, and Swine and Poultry during
the Fair, and will mail information of
sales upon request. Send card for Pre
mium Lists and Entry Blanks. Write
today for full information.
Oct. 26, to Nov. 5, 1915
JULIUS H. OTTO, President
HARRY C. ROBERT, Sec. & Gen. Mgr.
Reduced rates on all Railroads
Alim^PFPAflF emergency work
auto repairing requires thorough
skill. Send your car here where
skill is assured. We don’t have to
Mi take the entire machine apart to
I find out what is the matter. We
Ujfr know at a glance what is wrong
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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
FIRST FARMERS BANK
At the Close of Business, Sept. 20, 1915.
Loans and Dis $103,025 20 Capital $ 50,000 00
Overdrafts. 1,940 63 Undivided Profits. 6,474 62
Fur. and Fix 3,429 58 Deposits.. 76,705 76
Adv’nceon cotton 5,572 07 Cashier’s Checks. 2199
Cash and with Bks 48,234 89 Bills Payable 29,000 00
$162,202 37 $162,202 37
The above statement is correct ; r cArm , chael Cashie ,
SAFE LIBERAL CONSERVATIVE
Your Account Is Invited
COLORED FOLKS HAD BIG
OAY AT THE COUNTY FAIR
Colored Folks day Friday at
the Butts county fair was an
event of educational interest and
instruction to many colored citi
zens throughout the county. A
number of colored people brought
exhibits and they seemed to gen
uinely enjoy looking over the dis
plays, which were kept intact
P. C. Sanders won first prize,
a blue ribbon, on the best
dairy cow. Elbert Bivins won
first prize on the best bull. Sev
eral surprisingly good animals
were shown by the colored people.
In the fancy work department
the following awards, ribbons,
were made: Frances Bivins first
prize for general display; first
prize for quilts; first prize for
Talley Hardy first prize for
bed spreads and shams.
Adeline Vanson second prize
for general display; first prize
Henry Thomas prize for oldest
Pearl Gray second prize for ta
Annie Duke best gourd and
George Ann McKibben third
prize for unfinished quilt.
There Is No Question
but indigestion and the distressed
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Slaton Drug Cos.
TRAINS 5 AND 6 TO
HANDLE MAIL NOV. 1
Effective November 1, trains
Nos. 5 and 6, Atlanta to Jack
sonville, will begin exchanging
mail with the Jackson post office.
No. 6 southbound arrives at 1:41
p. m. and No. 5 northbound ar
rives at 2:52 p. m.
This new mail service should
prove convenient to local patrons.
A Fifteen Thousand Dollar Business in
Southwest Georgia, one Large Brick
Store, Stock Mdse, Bank Stock, &c.
The lending business in this territory.
Will stand the closest investigation.
Will exchange for a good proposition
in Jackson or Butts county.
Box No. 52
Calhoun Cos Morgan, Ga.
BUTTS HAS EXHIBIT
AT STATE FAIR
DISPLAY A SPLENDID ONE
Mr. G. E. Rice in Charge
Butts county is making her
first exhibit at a state fair.
The best of the agricultural
products shown at the county fair
here last week, together with a
large amount of other farm pro
ducts. and canned goods were
sent to Macon Saturday and are
on display at the state fair. The
display is a most creditable one
and the county is practically sure
to win a prize of some kind,
though it is hardly to be expected
that first or second honors will be
captured on the first attempt.
The exhibit is in charge of
County Demostrator G. E. Rice,
who is being assisted by Mr.
In addition to the county exhib
it, the Boys Corn club and the
Girls Canning club also have ex
hibits of their products and Butts
is certain to show up strong in
The fact that the county is
making a display at the state fair
is regarded as a foward step and
is an indication of greater interest
in the agricultural welfare of the
The exhibit was made possible
by the backing of the county and
city. It was definitely determined
to make the display at a meeting
held in the c'xirt hou.-e Thursday
night of last week, representa
tives of thejeounty and city being
present at that meeting.
“THE MILLION DOL
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Thursday night, Nov 4.
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The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
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CHANGE OF SERVICE
The Vi: will be services at Mace
donia the sth Sunday and Satur
day, before irt this month, in
stead ol' the 2nd Sunday and Sat
urday before in November.
All the members and friends
are corially invited.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
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Don’t fail to seeS. Miller
Kent in “The Cowboy
and the Lady” at the Dixie
Monday night, Nov. 1.
MRS. BUTNER WILL AWARD
CANNING CLUB PRIZES
Mrs. C A. Butner, who is now
in Macon at the state fair.' will
distribute the prizes to the Girls
Canning club members upon her
return to the city. All girls who
won prizes may get their pre
miums by seeing Mrs. Butner.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Vonr druKgUt will refund money If PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protrudinnr Piles in 6to 14 days.
The first application give* Kase and Rest. SOo.
Program at the
The Girl From His Town
Monday, Nov. 1
“The Cowboy and the Lady”
Thursday, Nov. 4
“Million Dollar Mystery”
MRS. MELTON’S LETTER
To Tired Worn-out Mothers
Jackson, Miss.—“l shall feel repaid
for writing this letter if I can help any
tired, worn-out mother or housekeeper
to find health and strength as I have.
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and do my housework and I became very
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I am well and strong and my old tin®
energy has been restored. Vinol has no
superior as a tonic for worn-out, run
down, tired mothers or housekeepers.”
—Mrs. J. N. Melton, Jackson, Miss.
Woods-Carmichael Book & Drug
Company, Jackson, Ga
Rev. I. H. Miller will preach
at 11 a. m. and 7p. m. Subject:
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Dr.
O. Lee Chesnutt superintendent.
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