Service's were conducted at the Meth
odist church Sunday morning by Rev.
The writer wishes to extend her
deepest sympathy to Mrs. Fannie Hyde
and family in the sad bereavement oc-
Misses Callie Mac Latimer and Cor-1 casioned by the death of her mother,
die Hopson spent the week-end with
friends at Lone Oak.
Mr. J, II. Stallings, of LaGrange,
was mingling with Grantville friends
Mrs. D. Ii. Lambert spent Monday
afternoon in Newnan.
Miss Lucile Harrow, of Lone Oak,
spent Tuesday in Grantville.
Miss Willie Jeter is spending the
week with relatives in Carroliton.
Miss Estelle Zellars is visiting her
sister, Mrs. I. N. Orr, jr., in Newnan.
Miss Florrie Null, of Lone Oak, is
spending the week with Miss Johnnie
Mr. Jerry Coleman, of Atlanta, was
in Grantville Tuesday.
Mr. W. C. Latimer, of Greenville,
spent Sunday night here.
Mr. Eunice Lambert, of Louise, was
here a few day the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sewell and Hon.
S. E. Leigh spent Sunday at Lone Oak.
Miss Mattie Luck spent the week
end with homefolks at Fairburn.
Misses Marie Sewell and Minnie
White, of Lone Oak, are the guests of
Miss Laura Sewell.
Mrs. Bela Lambert and Miss M.vrne
Holloway were in Newnan Saturday.
Miss Love Stevens is in Atlanta buy
ing spring millinery for Albright-Zel-
Miss Tommie Lester is visiting her
sister, Mrs. A. B. McKoy, at Welcome.
She was accompanied by her grand
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Lester.
Mr. Charlie Cox, of Atlanta, is vis
iting his sister, Mrs. D. T. Latimer.
Miss Minifred McWilliams, of New
nan, is visiting Miss Lucile Sewell.
Mrs. L. 1\ Bryant is in Newnan to
Mrs. J. O. Albright spent Tuesday
Miss Minnie Sims and brother. . Mr.
Charlie Sims, of Hogansville, were
Miss Arlena Bryant spent Saturday
night in Newnan.
Prof. Barnes, of Stinson, was in the
Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Camp were
called this week to the bedside of their
son-in-law, Dr. T. Z. Clower, in Atlan
ta, who is Buffering from an attack of
Mrs. Marthalyn Hyde, near Liberty.
A number of young ladies met at the
home of Miss Katie Sue Moore last
Saturday afternoon and organized a
sewing club, which will meet on Thurs
day afternoon of each week. Mrs. J.
T. Ferrell will entertain the club next
Miss Jennie Lou Cole, Mrs. C. H.
Brown and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Coggin were the guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wise.
Mr. W. V. Brooks, of Tyus. is visit
ing relatives and old friends through
out Coweta. He is the guest of his
brother, Mr. W. T. Moore, this week.
Mr. Bob Wingo, of Palmetto, spent
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. A. W.
After spending several days in Deca
tur with Mrs. Jim Brown, Miss Annie
Brown is at home again.
Mr. W. It. Cole and daughter, Miss
Pauline, spent Saturday and Sunday at
Welcome, the guests of Mrs. W. S.
Mr. Ben IluffmaHter and sister, Miss
Clara’Lee, of Whitesburg, were in
Madras last Sunday, the guests of Mrs.
J. C. Lewis.
Misses Annie Brown, Bessie Cook,
Katie Sue Moore, Florence Moore and
Messrs. J. T. Brown, jr., W. A. Cog-
gin, and Mr. Charlie Palmer and fami
ly of Dodson, were the guests last Sun
day of the Misses Wise, near Happy
Mr. J. E. Hyde and mother spent the
latter part of last week at the bedside
of Mrs. Marthalyn Hyde, at Dodson.
Quite a number of our young people
attended the party given by Mr. Hugh
Glass last Friday night at his hospita
ble home near Happy Valley. All re
ported a jolly time.
There will be a candy-pulling at Mr.
W. T. Moore’s Thursday night, and
the young people are expecting a good
Guano is being shipped to Madras by
the car-load, and the farmers are haul
ing it to their homes.
Mrs. L. A. Alsabrook, of Newnan, is
Moreland will have a missionary in
stitute and layman’s meeting, begin
ning next Tuesday night, (9th inst.)
Twenty-four ministers and a number
of lay delegates will be present. Mrs.
Lizzie Cureton and Mrs. Robt. Bran
non are a committee to find homes for
all who attend. It is a compliment to
Moreland to have these leaders in good
work spend a few days here.
Last Wednesday Mr. Arthur Young
and Mrs. Mattie Hooten Thrasher were
married near McDonough. They were
given a reception Thursday by Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Young, and returned to Me- I
Donough Friday. They have the best |
wishes of many friends here.
Mrs. Andrew Bailey, of the Sixth
district, attended the reception to Mr.
and Mrs. Young, and spent a few days
with relatives in our community.
Col. W. S. Evans, of LaGrange, vis
ited his daughter, Mrs. T. R. Kendall,
Mr. J. A. Camp is on the sick list
Mrs. John Bean and children, of Car-
roll county, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Martha Moore, of Newnan, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. Susan Gordon,
Mrs. D. T. Roberts went to Atlanta
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pinson, of
Madras, visited the family of Dr. A.
Q. Young Sunday.
Mrs. E. M. Camp is expected home
thisjweek from Atlanta.
the guest of her
Atchison, this wt
sister, Mrs. J. R
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Smith spent Sun- A. Swenson, Watertown, Wis. “Ten
It Saved His Leg.
‘‘All thought I’d lose my leg.’
day with relatives in Turin
Mr. T. E. Zellars has returned from
a visit to Palmetto.'
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gilbert spent the
week-end with relatives at Senoia..
Mr. and Mrs. Quillian Martin, of St.
Charles, spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. Hugh Jackson.
Mrs. E. S. Banks and Mrs. Geo.
Snead were in Atlanta Friday.
Mr. Edward Nall spent Sunday at
Mr. Lovick Sewell, of Newnan, spent
Sunday with homefolks.
Mr. W. A. Bohannon was in Newnan
Misses Minnie and Kate Williams,
of Lutherville, were here Monday.
We are glad to learn that Mrs. Sallie
Humphries and daughter. Miss Bessie,
have returned to Grantville to make
their home, after spending a few
months in Moreland.
Mrs. Dollie Parks and daughter, Miss
Susie, have returned to Atlanta, after
spending a few days at the home of
Col. W. A. Post.
Mrs. W. I. White is in Hogansville
Mr. Charlie Cotton is at home from
the A. & M. School at Carrollton.
Mrs. F. T. Meacham was in Newnan
one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fuller were in
Hogansville a few days ago.
Mr. John Jordan, of Hogansville,
was in Grantville Saturday afternoon.
Messrs. T. M. Lester and C. P.
Clower are attending court in Newnan
Mrs. F. H. Letson and children are
visiting relatives at Noreross.
Mr. R. L. Hopson is in Atanta.
Near Death in Big Pond.
It was a thrilling experience to Mrs.
Ida Soper to face death. “For years
a severe lung trouble gave me intense
suffering,” she writes, “and several
times nearly caused my death. All
remedies failed and doctors said 1 was
incurable. Then Dr. King’s New Dis
covery brought quick relief and a cure
so permanent that 1 have not been
troubled in twelve years. ” Mrs Soper
lives in Big Pond. Pa. It works won
ders in Coughs and Colds. Sore Lungs
Hemorrhages, LaGrippe, Asthma’
Croup, Whooping Cough and all Bron
chial affections. 50c. and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug
“‘What are the names of that young
couple next door?”
“We won’t be able to find out for two
weeks. They’ve just been married,
and he calls her ‘Birdie’ and she calls
him ‘Pettie. ’ ”
years of eczema, that 15 doctors could
not cure, had at last laid me up. Then
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured it sound
and well.” Infallible for Skin Erup
tions, Eczema. Salt Rheum, ? Boils,
Fever Sores, Burns, Scalds, Cuts and
Piles. 25c. at all druggists.
Rev. R. M. Stevens tilled his regular
appointment at Ebenezer last Saturday
and Sunday, preaching excellent ser
mons to large congregations.
Mrs. I. M. Smith, who has been ill
for several weeks, is some better at
Miss Boyce Stamps, of Happy Val
ley, is visiting her cousin, Miss Fannie
Mrs. J. S. Hammock and son, Alvan,
spent Sunday afternoon with her fath
er, Mr. I. M. Smith.
Mrs. S. H. Todd visited her daugh
ters, Mesdames Homer Hammett and
Emory Pitts, last Saturday and Sun
Mr. M. D. Thurman, of Rock Spring,
visited Mr. 1. M. Smith Sunday after
Several of our young people attended
the singing at Line Creek church Sun
Mr. Guv Royeton, who has been
quite sick, is able to be out again.
Miss Jessie Young visited homefolks
near Newnan last Saturday and Sun
Mrs. J. H. Wynn, of Newnan, at
tended services at Ebenezer Sunday.
Mr. S. J. Collins is visiting his un
cle, Mr. R. B. Thompson.
Mr. Luther Todd and Miss Jennie
Smith were the guests of Misses Min
nie and Lucy Thurman Sunday after
Elder Smith and wife visited friends
at Palmetto Sunday.
On account of measles the school at
Longstreet is rather slimly attended
Miss Lizzie Stevens, of Whitesburg,
attended services at Ebenezer Sunday.
March 3d. •
The Lurid Glow of Doom
"•as seen in the red face, hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams,
of Henrietta, l’a. His awful' plight
from eczema had, for five years, defied
all remedies and baffled the best doc
tors, who said the poisoned blood had
affected iiis lungs and nothing could
save him. “But,” writes his muther,
“seven bottles of Electric Bitters com
pletely cured him.” For Eruptions,
Eczema, Salt Rheum. Sores and all
Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Elec
tric Bitters is supreme. Only 50c.
Guaranteed by all druggists.
In paying my tribute of love and af
fection to the memory of the late Capt.
Henry A. North, 1 am naturally re
minded of our relations during the Civ
il War. He was captain of Co. K, 1st
Georgia Cavalry. A braver man did
not exist, and he was always ready to
charge the enemy. He had the honor
of commanding the regiment in sever
al engagements, in which he acquitted
himself with distinction. While brave,
he was kind to his men, and took great
interest in their welfare. But, alas!
our valiant captain has sheathed his
sword and gone to his last reward.
The uncertainty of life looms ever be
fore us, and seems to make all human
achievements futile and worthless; —
but this is only apparently so. Men
pass away, but their works.endure. The
body may be laid in the grave, but the
rich legacy of the example and influ
ence of the life of a good, brave, hon
orable man remain to us and our chil
Not once or t wice in our fair land’s story,
The path of duty was his way to glory.”
Two brothers—Jim Henry and John
Morris—had a falling out Sunday, and
John’s face was badly skinned. They
were out driving together, when their
horse ran away, throwing the boys out,
and John suffered the injury described
above. Damage—one wheel broken.
Mr. Ed Brock, who is ill with pneu
monia, seems to be improving.
Very little sicknfess in Moreland.
Hon. J. B. Richards lectured at the
Methodist church Sunday night on the
duty of the Anti-Saloon League.
Moreland has three churches, viz;
Methodist; preaching second and
fourth Saturdays and Sundays; Rev.
T. R. Kendall, jr., pastor; J. A. Pow-
ledge. superintendent Sunday-school,
Baptist; preaching third Saturday and
Sunday; Dr. S. B. Cousins, pastor; J.
A. Webb, superintendent Sunday-
school. Associate Reformed Presbyte
rian ; first and third Sunday nights;
Rev. Jas. P. Pressley, pastor; F. A.
jParmical, superintendent Sunday-
The elders of White Oak and More
land A. R. P. churches and their wives
are invited to dine to-day (Wednesday)
at the parsonage.
Mr. Joe Camp, usually hale, hearty
and well met, is somewhat off his feed
this week. In fact, he is sorter sick.
Little Rachel McElro.v, of Newnan,
came down Saturday to visit her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Car-
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Carmical and
children spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. W. W. Carmical, at Sargent.
Mrs. W. H. Sewell and son, Ossie,
spent Sunday with Mr. J. H. Cook and
Miss Dora Smith, of Palmetto, is vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Miss Georgia Sewell spent Saturday
and Sunday with her brother, Mr. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Potts spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sewell.
Miss Lorena Cook, who has been ill
for several days, is much better at this
Quite a number of our young people
attended the party at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Glass Friday evening.
Mr. John Doster made a business
trip to Newnan last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Yarbrough, of Palmet
to, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hearn last
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Sewell and chil
dren spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
Messrs. Aaron Sewell and Alton
Lambert dined Sunday with Mr. Bill
Mrs. C. R. Sewell and children spent
Monday with Mrs. C. P. Sanders.
oiiarch and duett Shirts
$1.00 and $1.50
SBZES-—16, 16 1-2, 17, 17 1-2 and 18
I. N. ORR COMPANY
It is with a sense of deep sadness
that we chronicle the death of Mrs.
Dora Ingram, beloved companion of
Mr. V. B. Ingram, which occurred at
Sharpsburg on Friday morning last,
after a brief illness. She was a mem
ber of Turin Methodist church, and
held in high esteem by all who knew
her. She was devoted to her children,
ever displaying toward them a spirit
of self-sacrifice and love that was
beautiful to see. Besides her husband,
she is survived by eight children and
an aged mother—the latter being thus
doubly afflicted, another daughter
(Mrs. Will Ingram) having died about
a year ago. After funeral services at
the grave, conducted by Rev. L. L.
Landrum, the remains were laid to rest
in Sharpsburg cemetery. We tender
sincere condolence to the bereaved rel
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Gay, of Fay
etteville, attended the funeral of Mrs.
V. B. Ingram.
Col. Ralph Adamson and wife, of
Carrollton, visited Turin relatives last
Several of our citizens are attending
court in Newnan this week.
The coming blackberry crop will not
count for much, since it is not permit
ted to our good housewives to make
wine from the berries even for use in
sickness. This inhibition may seem
wise to some, but not to those who
have tested the medicinal virtues of
blackberry wine and cordial—especial
ly in the case of children afflicted with
Miss Annie Harris is visiting the
family of her brother, Mr. J. C. Har
ris, near Newnan.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Young, from
near Newnan, visited Mrs. Maggie Gay
Miss Fannie Boyd is visiting rela
tives in Fairburn.
We are glad to see Hon. C. L. Moses
able to be out again.
Messrs. Hugh Glass and R. C.
Stamps called on friends in Welcome
Miss Eurah Jones and brothers spent
Sunday with Miss Rubie Jones, at Dod
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sewell, from
near Roscoe, spent Saturday night and
Sunday here with the latter’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sewell and chil
dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Sewell.
Miss Eunice Stamps was the guest
Sunday of Miss Maude Edwards.
Miss Dollie Sewell is spending awhile
with Mr. Albert Sewell.
Mrs. B. R. Sewell and daughters
spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Smith spent
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Ray
Mr. J. D. Astin, of Atlanta, is here
on a visit to his sister, Mrs. C. I.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore visited
their daughter, Mrs. J. B. Sewell,
Mrs. H. P. Stamps and daughters
spent the week-end with friends at
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones visited Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Tarleton Sunday.
Mrs. B. R. Sewell and daughters
dined Sunday with Mrs. O. L. Byram.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sewell and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Little Miss Evelyn Moore spent Tues
day with our school.
Miss Eula Cook is the guest of the
Misses Sewell this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore spent
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Hyde.
Mrs. J. T. Jones and children spent
Wednesday in Newnan with Mrs. T. F.
Mr. Hugh Glass was the host at a
party last Friday night. All present
report a delightful time.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of extending
our heartfelt thanks to the good friends
and neighbors who so kindly assisted
us during the sickness and upon the
death of our mother and grandmother.
May they enjoy richest blessings from
Him who “doeth all things well,” is
the wish of
J. H. Hyde,
J. A. Hyde,
A. B. Hyde,
T. M. Hyde.
Mrs. N. M. Cox.
Where We Stand
On the Drug
The quality of every drug, chemical and
medicine purchased of us is guaranteed.
We look very closely to this matter all
the time. You may be sure that we
carry goods of the highest quality that
the market affords.
Our store was established for Repu
tation, and this is one way we propose
to secure it,—by maintaining standard
quality in our goods.
Bring us your prescriptions.
Buy your drugs of us. Our pharmacy
is in charge of a licensed druggist. You
may feel confident of receiving the proper
service and attention in every respect.
We mean for our store to be a mod
ern pharmacy, in the first place; a mer
chandise store only secondarily.
Ju^t to Remind You
That We Have
Van Camp’s Cream in 5c. and 10c. cans.
Miller Bros.’..selected Blackberries, 15c.
Bartlett Pears, very fine, 35c.
Fresh shipment full cream New York
All grades of Coffee. Good bulk, 15c. and
20c. Best grades, 35c. or three pounds for $1.
Lady Fingers, Macaroons, Jelly Rolls, Lay
er Cakes, Graham Bread, Rye Bread, White
Bread. HOT ROLLS EVERY DAY.
C. P. COLE
THE STORE OF QUALITY.”
TUE PRIDE OF
Are to be found always at
Swint’s. No disappointments
nor substitutions there, and
when you want your order fill
ed in a jiffy call phone 54, then
look down the street and you’ll
see it coming. When you want
goods fresh, that come in only
yesterday, call him. Every
body knows that he gets fresh
goods every day in the year
except Sunday. If yop doubt
this ask Elias Summers, who
runs the dray line. In fact,
everything is fresh, and also
cheap, considering the high
class of goods that he keeps.
He receives each week from
fifteen to twenty gallons of
finest select oysters ever seen
in Newnan. Also, plenty of the
San Juan bass—superior in
flavor to almost any fish known.
Of course, he also sells mullet;
—indeed, his is the oldest mul
let house in Western Georgia,
and he sells barrels and bar
rels of them.
SWINT’S, 'Phone 54.
All kinds of job work done
with neatness and dispatch
at this office.
Berkshire boneless Hams,
per pound, 17Je.
Picnic Hams, per pound, 124c.
Fresh Oatmeal anu Post Toasties.
Heinz’s Sour Pickles, quart, 10c.
Crackers, Candies, Fruits. Nuts.
Also, a full line of kitchen
ware. We sell a 1-gallon en
amel ware coffee pot for 25c.
3-qt. pots for 30c.; washpans,
10c. Everything in this line
Snuff, Tobacco and Cigars in a
large and select assortment.
L. A. Alsabrook.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
DR.KINQ'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Sorely Stop That Cough.