Kev. A. H. S. Bugg filled his regular
appointment at the Methodist church
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Orr, jr., of New-
nan, spent Sunday with relatives here.
Miss Willie Jeter spent several days
last week with friends and relatives
Mrs. J. H. Gilbert and Mrs. Henry
Allen were in Lutherville last Friday
Misses Sallie Mae and Gleo Webb, of
Moreland, spent Sunday with Miss Bes
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Smith spent Sun
day with homefolks at White Oak.
Miss Bessie Gilbert and Mr. Roy
Mayfield, of Newnan, spent Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. James Gilbert.
Misses Sara Hopson and Bessie
Humphries were in Newnan one after
noon last week.
Miss Ella Dean has returned from a
delightful visit to friends and relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Banks, of New
nan, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs.
N. 0. Banks.
Mrs. W. M. White and little grand
daughter spent Tuesday with Mrs. John
Wilkerson, at Hogansville.
Mr. T. R. Fuller spent Sunday with
homefolks at Lutherville.
Mrs. Ernest Bryant and children, of
LaGrange, are visiting relatives here
Mrs. J. E. Dean is visiting relatives
at Balmetto this week.
Mr. l’at Rhodes spent Thursday night
last in Newnan.
Mrs. R. I. Sewell has returned home,
after spending some time with her son,
Mr. C. E. Sewell, at Yatesville.
Dr. F. H. Letson was in Newnan
Mrs. Tom Lambert, of Louise, is vis
iting her son, Mr. (His Lambert.
Mrs. E. B. Cotton is visiting rela
tives at Balmetto this week.
M iss Clara Bryant has returned home,
after a few days' stay in LaGrange.
Miss Ada Taylor spent Sunday and
Monday in Atlanta.
Mr. Barks, of Greenville, visited his
brother, Mr. A. J. Barks, Sunday.
Miss Mary Andrews is visiting
friends in Atlanta.
Miss Lida Cleveland, who has been
spending several months at the home
of her uncle, Mr. W. G. Sadler, has re- I
turned to her home in Virginia.
Miss Estelle Zellurs spent Tuesday
afternoon in Newnan.
Miss Janie Nall, who has been
tending school at M
Mrs. Ethel Smith, of Appling, is vis
iting relatives here,
Mr. and Mrs. (). E. Smith were in
Mr. Irvin Lambert, who has been
attending the A. & M. School at Car-
visitor to Balmetto,
Hudson is quite sick at
Mrs. Eugene Camp, of
was a recent
Mrs. F. W
Miss Virginia Edge will spend Chau
tauqua week in Newnan, the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. Baul Beniston.
Miss Bessie Bope has returned to her
home in Atlanta, after a pleasant visit
to Mrs. Arthur Reid.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Smith, of At
lanta. were the guests Sunday of Dr.
and Mrs. Hal L. Johnston.
Miss Ida Cook, of LaGrange, is the
guest of Miss Manon Steed.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Richardson en
tertained a number of friends informal
ly Saturday evening at an ice cream
Mrs. A. N. Brittain and little Miss
es Alberta and Louise Brittain have
returned home, after a visit to rela
tives in Alabama.
Miss Lucile Smith has returned from
Macon. She was a member of the
graduating class of Wesleyan Female
Mrs. E. B. Cotton, of Grantville, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mr. Fayette Morris, of Atlanta, spent
Saturday and Sunday here.
The marriage of Miss Margaret
Hammond, of Talladega, Ala., and
Mr. Edward Dean Stith. of Balmetto,
which occurred Wednesday evening at
the First Baptist church at Talladega,
was of wide interest to the people of
this community, the groom having re
sided here the greater part of his life.
On their return to Balmetto Mr. and
Mrs. Stith will be tendered a reception
at the home of the groom’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stith.
We visited Carrollton last, week and
had the pleasure of meeting several
old Coweta friends, among whom were
Rev. W. W. Roop, Col. Wm. Berry and
Capt. C. M. Speer. The latter is the
wideawake correspondent of The Her
ald and Advertiser, and his letters are
always read with interest. Carrollton
greatly needs another railroad, and it
is a pity she can’t get it.
The wheat and oat crops in Carroll
are said to be fine.
Farm work has been seriously re
tarded here, and quick work will be
necessary to prevent the crops from
running to grass. Cotton-chopping is
Mrs. Wilbur Petrie, of Atlanta, with
her infant son, is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Clyatt.
Mrs. Richard Maxwell and children,
of Talbot county, are spending some
days with the family of Mr. W. I’.
Mrs. Feribie Culpepper returned
home Saturday, after a visit of several
days to the family of Mr. S. F. Culpep
per, in Greenville.
Mr. Wilbur Petrie came down from
Atlanta last Sunday to spend the day
with his family at the home of Mr. Bob
Mr. Glenn Hopson, of Newnan, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Hopson.
Mr. Emmett Culpepper and Miss
Miller, of Atlanta, were the guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sewell.
Messrs. J. B. Hopson and G. G. Cul
pepper visited friends in St. Marks last
M iss Margaret Herring came in from
Lutherville Saturday afternoon and
spent Sunday with homefolks in Lone
Mr. A. O. Lee, who is traveling in
the interest of a valuable household in
vention, spent Sunday at home.
Brof. H. L. Culpepepr left home yes
terday morning on a business trip to
Greenville and other points in the
Mrs. H. E. Latimer, now convales
cing from a long and serious illness,
is spending the week with her mother,
Mrs. Franklin Spence.
Little Martha, infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Atticus Sewell, who suf
fered a stroke of paralysis about ten
days since, we are glad to know shows
some symptoms of improvement.
Mrs. J. F. Nall and family spent
the early part of the week with the
family of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. White.
The rains of last week caused a de
lay of several days in farm work, and
the fine weather of the present week is
being duly appreciated and improved.
Besides the regular work of plowing
and hoeing, small grain is being cut and
harvested. The oat crop is fine.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sewell, ot Grant-
vilie, spent Sunday with the family of
Mr. and Mrs. Atticus Sewell.
Dr. J. T. Latimer spent Saturday in
Women Who Are E ivied.
Those attractive women who are
lovely in face, form and temper are the
envy of many, who might be like
them. A weak, sickly woman will be
nervous and irritable. Constipation or
kidney poisons show in pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched
complexion. For all such Electric Bit
ters work wonders. They regulate
stomach, liver and kidneys, purify the
blood ; give strong nerves, bright eyes,
pure breath, smooth, velvety skin,
lovely complexion. Many charming
women owe their health and beauty to
them ; 50c. at all druggists.
Ever notice what a lot of friends our
The farmers are making good use of
this pretty weather, and are killing
! grass to beat the band. We have had
so much rain the farmers have gotten
badly behind with their work.
Mr. Tom Smith and family spent
Sunday with Mrs. B. C. Smith.
Mr. John Bhiliips marie a business
trip to Newnan Saturday.
Mr. W. J. Hembree spent Sunday
with relatives near Moreland.
Messrs. Frank Eberhart and T. A.
Ellis spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Eberhart.
Quite a number of young people from
McCollum attended services at Jones
Chapel Sunday, and heard an excellent
sermon from Rev. L. L. Landrum.
Mr. B. C. Smith attended an all-day
singing at The Rock, in Fayette coun
Mr. Fierce Brown, of Balmetto,
spent Saturday and Sunday with rela
tives at this place.
Mr. Clarence Garner entertained
quite a number of his friends at an
ice cream supper Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fosey and chil
dren spent Saturday night with rela
tives at this place.
Mrs. Mollie Cochran, from near Pal
metto, spent Sunday with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Hill.
There will be Children’s Day exer
cises at Lee’s Chapel next Sunday.
Everybody invited to come and bring
"How did you cure our daughter of
"I bought her a beautiful diamond
ring and made her wear it on her right
hand. So she got in |the habit of do
ing everthing with that hand.’’
There is nothing in the language of
the flowers so eloquent as a pair of
at-' progressing fairly well, but the
edgeville, has re-1 is badly behind.
j Tuesday morning Mr. R. J. Stew-
nrt's residence near Sharpsburg was
destroyed by fire. The fire originated
in the kitchen, and was caused by a de
fective flue. Much of the furniture and
household goods were burned. The
house alone was valued at about $2,000.
Mr. Stewart has the sympathy of all
rollton, is at home for his vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sims, of Hogans-j his neighbors in his misfortune,
ville, have announced the engagement j Mites are playing havoc with
of their daughter, Etta, to Mr. Will ] young chickens these hot nights.
Truitt, the marriage to take place the June 9th.
latter part of this month.
The farmers are making good use
this fine weather.
REAL ESTATE AND RENT
New 5-room cottage, Second avenue;
7-room house, Second avenue; rents
for $10. Price $1,250.
4- room house, Fourth street; rents
for $5. Price 400.
Two 3-room houses, Sixth street;
rents for $6.50. Price $750-$100 cash
and $10 per month.
5- room cottage, Spring street, all
conveniences. Price $1,500—$100 cash
and $20 per month.
2-room house, Jackson street.
5-room house, Jefferson street.
J. H. McKOY
How rejoiced the farmers are to
this open weather—fnrm-bells ring and
plows clang before daybreak and every
one is off to the fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boone, of Atlanta, I The friends of Mr. Bob Stewart, cf
came down in their new automobile the Sixth district, regret to learn cf
and spent Sunday with relatives here, the burning of his house recently,
returning to Atlanta Monday. Mr. C larence Wilson, ol Atlanta,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Boone, of New- Miss Nell McDaniel, of Carrollton,
nan, spent Sunday with Mr. J. M. were recent visitors here.
Boone and family. Mrs. Giles, of Atlanta, Mr. George
Mrs. Will Strickland, of Whitesburg, Hendrix, of Oklahoma, and Miss Mary
visited her father, Mr. J. M. Boone, re- Lou Hendrix, of Columbus, visited Mrs.
cen t|v Joe McMichael Sunday.
Miss Mary Amis is visiting friends Mr. Rogers, of East Point, visited
at Long Cane this week. his mother-in-law, Mrs. Batman, re-
Miss Essie Jackson, of Handy, is cently.
visiting her sister, Mrs. Crane. I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Drake visited in
Miss Mary Mathews, of Newnan. is Grantville Sunday.
visiting little Miss Fannie Hutchens
Mr. Frank Amis is at home from
Locust Grove Institute for his vaca
Messrs. Clyde Mathews and Roy Fer
rell, of Newnan, were in Welcome Sun
Mr. J. S. Morton is attending the
Confederate reunion at Memphis,
Tenn.. this week. He will be absent
about ten days.
M iss Ruth Me Roy has returned from
Athens, where she has been attending
Little Miss Fannie Hutchens
spend the week-end in Newnan,
guest of Misses Mary Mathews
Will find our Porch
Furniture the kind
they can find com-
J plete comfort and
^ rest in.
All the different articles are superbly constructed
—their durability guaranteed.
Drop in to-dav and let us show you the article
you need at the right price.
Scroggin Furniture Co.
Trouble Makers Ousted.
When a sufferer fijoin stomach trou
ble takes Dr. King’s New Life Bills
he’s miahty glad to see his dyspepsia
and indigestion flv: but more, he's
tickled over his new, tine appetite,
stroi g nerves, healthy vigor, all be
cause stomach, liver and kidneys now
act right. Only 25c. at all druggists.
Messrs. Abner York and Ralph Camp
went to White Oak creek yesterday on
a fishing expedition. They say the
mosquitoes hit nicely.
Mrs. Haines, of White Oak, visited
her son, Mr. Roy Haines, this week.
She also spent several days with Mrs.
Fannie Kate Haines.
Mr. O. B. Waltom and family, of
Corinth, were in this community re
cently. Mr. Waltom is traveling for
one of the Atlanta oil mills.
A Thrilling Rescue.
How Bert R. Lean, of Chen.v, Wash.,
was saved from a frightful death is a
story to thrill the world. "A hard
cold,” he writes, "brought on a des-J
perate lung trouble that bathed an ex- \
pert doctor here. Then 1 naid $1ii to j
$15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spo
kane, who did not help me. Then 1 I
went to California, but without bene-!
tit. At last 1 used Dr. King’s New
Discovery, which completely cured me
and now 1 am as well as ever.” For !
lung trouble, bronchitis, coughs and j
colds, asthma, croup and whooping!
cough it is supreme, 50c. and $1. Trial .
h-Htle free. Guaranteed by all drug-;
It. F. HERRING
G. EDWIN PARKS
HERRING & PARKS
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS.
We have this week the following:
One desirable home on Greenville street to trade for farm.
One nice house and lot on Greenville street; lot 100x370; close in.
House and lot on West Washington street; close in.
Four desirable homes on Greenville street.
Two very desirable building lots on Greenville street.
Two nice homes on Temple avenue, at a bargain.
One nice home on LaGrange street.
One nice home on corner of Fourth and Second avenues.
One nice home on Second avenue.
One nice home on First avenue, at a bargain.
We have a nice home on Second avenue; easy terms.
Three nice furnished rooms on Jackson street.
Several nioe rooms on Greenville street.
Four nice unfurnished rooms on Spring street.
tine nice home on LaGrange street, eight rooms, close in.
Now is the time to buy n home ami stop pay ins: rent. Property in Newnan is advancing: all
the time. We can (five you some bargains, with easy terms.
Buy tornado insurance ur.d In* protected. We can write you for the sum of 25c. per $100.
For gin insurance see us;—we can save you money.
OUR MOTTO: PROMPTNESS."
OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
“Best of Everything in Hardware”
Something new, made of the best hard
wood, and easily cleaned. These refrigera
tors were bought direct from the factory in
Michigan. For that reason we can give you
the best at the price of the cheapest. Be
sure to see our line before you buy.
The "Frezo” Ice Cream Freezer is one
of the best on the market. We have a full
The "Frost King’’ Freezer is another of
the best. It requires very little ice, and is
A big line of Water Coolers, Ice Picks,
Ice Shavers, Lemonade Glasses and Lemon
The best line of Screen Doors and Win
dows in the city.
Kirby-Bohannon Hdw. Co.
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NEWNAN’S BEST-KNOWN GROCER
When You Want Any
In the way of Fancy Groceries, at the very lowest prices, Tom Swint
is the man you are looking for. Y^ou will find there also every va
riety of fresh country vegetable, fresh green cauliflower, and fresh
green celery, for flavoring. Anything in this line that we don’t hap
pen to have in stock, we will get on short notice
We keep every kind of cereal for breakfast.
Fresh shipment of Hams, Breakfast Bacon, and full patent
Flour iust in. Splendid lot of full cream Cheese at 20c. per pound.
In fact, we are receiving new goods every day, and make de
liveries more promptly than any dealer in the city.
Make Your Preserving a Pleas
ure Rather Than a Task . ... .
Get one of our Oil Stoves and do your can
ning under the shade trees.
JELLY GLASSES FRUIT JARS WAX STRINGS
SEALING WAX TIN FRUIT CANS
FRUIT JAR RUBBERS PRESERVING KETTLES
PORCELAIN LINED JAR CAPS
Buy Them While the Stock is Complete.
Johnson Hardware Co.
Telephone 81. Newnan, Ga.
R W. Freeman Jud ge; J. Render Terrell, So
Meriwether—Third Mondays in February and
Coweta—First Mondays in March and Septeio
! ' Heard Third Mondays in March and Septeiu
| ^Carroll—First Mondays in April and October
Troop—F'rsr Mandays ill May and > member.