County News Items
Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our
Dr. J. W. Quillian, presiding elder
of the LaG range district, preached two
excellent sermons at the Baptist church
her 1 : Sunday. The repairs on the Meth
odist church have not yet been com
The district meeting for
district will tie held at the
church here next week,
Tuesday evening, 29th inst.
of the people will be thrown
the entertainment of preachers and
Messrs. W. I'. White, Johnnie Camp
and lilarl Chandler, of Atlanta, are
spending their vacation in Grantville.
Misses Cordie Hopson and Bessie
Humphries spent Friday in Newnan.
Prof. Marvin Banks, of Gainesville,
Fla., spent Sunday with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Snead spent Fri
day afternoon in Newnan.
Mrs. J. B. Cotton and Mrs. Bobo
Banks are spending the week with
friends in Montgomery and Auburn,
Miss Pauline Stevens, of Atlanta, is
spending her vacation with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stevens.
Mrs. Anna Jeter and daughter, Miss
Willie, and Mr. Frank Cline are at
tending the Sims-Truitt wedding to
day, near Hogansville.
Mr. Raymond Sims, of Hogansville,
spent Sunday with Miss Willie Jeter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Albright spent
Sunday in Moreland.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert, Martin have re
turned to Atlanta, after spending some
time with Mrs. Emmett Sewell.
Mr. Harvey Bell, of Carrollton,
spent Sunday and Monday with his
brother, Mr. Ivy Bell.
M iss Mattie I.uck, of Fnirhurn, vis
ited friends here last week.
Miss Nina Jordan, of Hogansville,
spent Monday afternoon here.
Mrs. C. P. Clower spent Monday in
Mrs. Mobley, of West Point, is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Z. T. Post.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stanton are visit
ing homefolks in Grantville this week.
Miss Mary Andrews has returned
home, after a pleasant visit to friends
Misses Bessie Humphries and John
nie Lee Lester spent Monday in New
M iss Tommie L. Lester spent several
days last week in Newnan.
Mr. Edwin Banks was in Atlanta
M iss Sunie M. Hopson spent Thurs
day afternoon in Newnan.
Mrs. Glenn Arnold was in Newnun a
day or so last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Burks Nall, of Lone
Oak, spent Sunday with Mrs. 1. C.
Miss Janie Nall spent several days
last week in Newnan.
Mrs. Jus. Gilbert is in Newnun to
Misses Christine and Marie Dixon,
of Atlanta, are visiting Miss Estelle
Trouble Makers Ousted.
When a sufferer from stomuch trou
ble takes Dr. King's New Life Pills
he's mighty glad to see his dyspepsia
and indigestion fly ; but more, he’s
tickled over his new, line appetite,
strong nerves, healthy vigor, all be
cause stomach, liver and kidneys now
act right. Only 25c. at all druggists.
Welcome was visited by two heavy
fains Monday. We are having a hard
battle witn Gen. Green these days.
There was no Sunday-school at Wei
come Sunday afternoon, on account of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pitman, of Cor
inth, visited the latter’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. .1. C. Newman, Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. (). B. Brooks, of the
Third district, were visitors here Sun
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Witcher worship
ped at Welcome Sunday.
Mrs. W. S. Tate is quite sick at this
Miss Janie Amis will spend the week
end in Atlanta.
Mrs. C. T. Witcher is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Hump Kidd, at Enon
Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Kidd are rejoic
ing over the arrival of a tine 14-lb. boy.
Miss Grace Summers, of Atlanta
spent Sunday with homefolks.|
Mr. J. M. Boone is on the sick list
Mr. Matt Story has somewhat of
church-going mule. One day last
week, after Mr. Story had hitched up
the mule and put a sack of peas and a
plow-stock in the buggy, the mule Jbe
came frightened and got loose. It ran
down the road for 2 miles, and“finally
brought up against a tree in Mt. Car
Mrs. Mollie Wortham, of Lutherville,
is visiting her niece, Mrs. J. F. Dial,
for a few days.
Rev. Solon Cousins, of Locust Grove,
filled the pulpit at Hamah Sunday. His
address on education was highly enjoy
ed by everyone present.
Mrs. E. G. Duke spent Thursday and
Friday in Newnan.
Miss Estelle Whelan returned to At
lanta Saturday, after having spent sev
eral days very pleasantly with Mrs.
Maggie Dean Morris.
Miss Ruby Camp is visiting relatives
Miss Laura Welborn, of Fairhurri, is
the guest of Miss Gena Smith.
Dr. Jas. Stacy, of Newnan, was a
visitor to Palmetto last Friday.
Miss Leta Arnold has returned home,
after an enjoyable visit to Miss Vollie
Askew, at West Point.
Palmetto was well represented at the
Newnan Chautauqua Wednesday night.
Quite a number of our young people,
chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Bul
lard and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Stith, enjoyed the evening’s amuse
Mr. and Mr. F. R. Smith and Miss
Lueile Smith were visitors to Atlanta
Miss Maggie Cochran spent several
days last week at College Park, and
while there attended the marriage of
Miss Annie Laurie Brewster to Mr.
Clarence Wickersham, which event oc
curred Wednesday evening.
Mr. Edwin Thornton, of New Or
leans, accompanied by his sister, Miss
Janie May Thornton, of this place, is
enjoying an extended tour of the West,
their itinerary including Kansas City,
Denver, St. Louis, and other points of
Mrs. M. A. Wiley is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Covin, of Hogansville.
Mr. Karl Brittain, of Atlanta, spent
Sunday with homefolks.
Miss May Johnson has returned from
Newnan, where she visited her sister,
Mrs. Edwin Parks.
Mrs. Maggie Dean Morris’ reception
Wednesday afternoon will be the lar
gest event ol the week. One hundred
and fifty guests have been invited to
meet Mrs. Edward Dean Stith, and'the
affair will be a delightful expression of
Miss Birdelle Stith’s party Friday af
ternoon in compliment to Mrs. Edward
Dean Stith was a pretty affair. The
house was tastefully decorated with
sweeet peas and daisies, and an un
usually large gathering of people en
joyed the hospitality of the occasion.
Punch was served throughout the af
ternoon by Misses Ethel Reid and Lula
Barr. Assisting Miss Stith in the en
tertainment of her guests were Mrs.
J. A. Stith, Mrs. Maggie Dean Morris,
Miijees Olivia Harris and Susie Barr, of
Newnan, Elizabeth Jackson, Lila
Brown, Minnie May Edge, Sue Vic
Morris and Irene Steed.
The farmers have got a bad case of
the "blues” on account of the contin
ued rains and flourishing hay fields.
Quite a number of our young folk at
tended the singing at Line Creek last
Sunday, and report a fine time.
Mrs. W. 1). Banks and daughters,
Misses Lillie and Dossie, spent Wed
nesday in Newnan.
Mr. and Mr. R. B. Posey and chil
dren, from near Palmetto, spent Sun
day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Hembree.
Mr. J. W. Harper and family spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. W. J. Hembree and family spent
Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. R.
B. Posey, near Palmetto.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hembree and
son, Ernest, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with relatives at Union City.
Mr. Lonnie Stewart and bride, of
Athens, with the former’s parents, of
Atlanta, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Misses Ada May, Essie and Ethyl
Banks spent Sunday with Misses Katie
West and Essie Phillips.
Mr. and Mrs. John Garner were in
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hembree and
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Posey spent Tues
day in Newnan.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee, from near
Palmetto, spent Sunday with the lat
ter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. Mollie Cochran, from near Pal
metto, spent Saturday night with her
daughter, Mrs. Hill.
Little Leon and Pressley Parks are
quiet ill with whooping cough.
Could Not Be Better.
No one has ever made a salve, oint
ment. iotion or balm to compare with
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. It’s the one
perfect healer ot cuts, corns, burns,
bruises, sores, scalds, boils, ulcers, ec
zema, salt rheum. For sore eyes
A pall of sorrow overshadows Turin
and Sharpsburg, caused b.v the death of
Mrs. John Fallows and Mrs. Sam
North, both having died last week in
Mrs. Fallows was reared and spent
the greater portion of her life in this
community. She was a daughter of Jas.
Brown, who died many years ago, and
a sister of the late Dr. D. H. Brown.
Two sisters survive—Mrs. Joshua Ben
ton and Mrs. Celia Haines. Deceased
was first married to Mark Harwell,
who lived but a short time. Her sec
ond marriage occurred some years la
ter. Mrs. Fallows was a member of
the Presbyterian church at Turin, and
highly esteemed by all who knew her.
Her remains were laid to rest in Smyr
na cemetery, where other loved ones
of her family are buried.
Mrs. North, who was for many years
a resident of our community also, died
on Saturday last, after an illness of
several weeks. She was a member of
Sharpsburg Baptist church, and a no
ble Christian woman. She is survived
b.v her husband and six children. The
remains were carried to Sharpsburg
for interment, and after funeral ser
vices b.v Rev. R. W. Stevens the re
mains were laid to rest in the quiet
churchyard at that place.
Our warmest sympathy is extended
to these afflicted families, and we pray
God’s blessings upon them all.
Prof. John Neil’s annual singing
took place Sunday morning at Pleasant
Hill church. After prayer by the pas
tor, Mr. B. H. Henslee was chosen to
preside and a committee of arrange
ments appointed. Several lessons were
given during the morning hours, and at
11 there was a sermon by the pastor.
At the noon hour a bountiful dinner
was spread on the grounds, and every
body enjoyed it. The exercises were
resumed after dinner, and better music
we have seldom heard anywhere. For
the most part they were the old-time
songs that our fathers used to sing, and
revived many sweet memories of the
long go. Excellent order was main
tained throughout the day, and the oc
casion will be long remembered by
We have examined a copy of Col. Joe
James’ new song book, and think well
of it. It contains many pieces never
before published. At the annual two-
days’ singing in July Col. James will be
present with his book, and Prof. J. L.
White will also be on hand with the re
vised edition of the "Sacred Harp.”
Talmage Moses, one of our popular
R. F. D. carriers, now makes his
rounds on a motor bicycle.
The incessant rains are hurting crops
in this section. The yield of small
grain has been good, running from 10
to 30 bushels per acre.
Mr. G. P. Arnall spent Monday in
Quite a number of our people attend
ed chaufauqua in Newnan last week.
Mrs. Ed Dominick spent Tuesday in
Mr. and Mrs. G. I’. Wilkinson, of
Newnan, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Hunter.
Miss Eunice Jones, of Brooks Sta
tion, who has been the guest of Miss
Alice Moses, returned home Monday.
Mr. Roland Walker, of Atlanta,
spent Sunday with homefolks here.
Mrs. M. Gay spent Sunday at Zetella
with Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Watkins.
Mrs. W. J. Hogan entertained de
lightfully Saturday afternoon in honor
of Miss Julia Parvin, of Surgoinsville,
J une 23d.
One “Babcock” rubber-tired top buggy. New coat of varnish ami rubber ties. Used one year.
One open "Columbus” steel-tired, “Happy Thought” side-spring buggy. Recently varnished and used about two years.
One “Mayer” rubber-tired runabout. Used only eight months.
One “Barnesville” steel-tired top buggy. Used two years; —tires shrunk and body and wheels revarnished.
One “Barnesville” buggy. New steel-tired wheels, and top. Now in paint shop.
One “John Smith” surrey; cost $.‘150. Used several years. Now $G5,
One light canopy-top surrey. Year and one-half service.
I. N. Orr Company
sores, chapped hands
fallible for piles,
it’s suDreme. In-
Only 25c. at all
Women Who Are Envied.
Those attractive women who are
lovely in face, form and temper are the
envy of many, who miirht 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.
After attending the spring term at
Young Harris College, Mr. W. E.
Brown spent only two weeks at home,
when he accepted a position as book
agent for Young Harris College. He is
now in South Georgia, and we are glad
to learn that he is meeting with suc
Miss Launettte Glass is at home
again, after teaching a successful
school term near Washington. Ga.
Prof. Bevis, of Newnan, has been
elected teacher of Madras High School
for the summer term.
Those who enjoyed the all-day sing
ing and the luxury of getting wet at
Line Creek last Sunday were Messrs.
J. R. Atchison and J. C. Lewis and
families, Miss Pauline Cole, Messrs.
W. T. Moore, Hubert Cates, Alvan
Coggin, Mr. J. T. Brown, jr., with
Miss Florence Moore, and Mr. Errett
Hyde with Miss Katie Sue Moore.
They had a jolly wet time, and plenty
of good dinner.
Several of our young people are an
ticipating a nice time at Corner Branch
The all-day singing that was an
nounced to take place at Jones Chapel
next Sunday has been indefinitely post
Quarterly meeting will be held at
Jones Chapel the first Saturday and
Sunday in July. Everybody come and
Saturday and Sunday last were regu
lar preaching days at the Primitive
Baptist chuch. The pastor. Elder Wm.
Smith, filled the pulpit both days.
Mrs. W. B. Cook and children have
returned from a pleasant visit to rela
tives and friends at Marietta and De
Mrs. Bloodsan and Miss Clara Sew
ell, of Atlanta, were the guests Satur
day and Sunday of Mr. J. C. Herring.
Mrs. W. T. Moore spent Saturday af
ternoon in Newnan, the guest of Mrs.
O. F. Allen.
Mrs. W. R. Cole is expected home
this week from Welcome, where she
has been for several days at the bed
side of her daughter. Mrs W. S. Tate.
Prof. L. P. Glass is at home from
Miss Hattie Whittemore has accept
ed a position at Murray’s book store in
Newnan. Success to her.
Messrs. J. T. Brown, sr., and C. H.
Brown are somewhat indisposed this
The crops throughout this section are
looking fine, and in some places the
grass crop is equally flourishing. The
excessive rainfall has caused some of
the farmers to look "blue” as indigo,
as they have not yet finished chopping
cotton. Everything needs the hoe and
We attended the funeral of Mrs.
John Fallows at White Oak last Thurs
day, a large concourse of sorrowing
friends being present. She died as she
had lived—a Christian. She was a mem
ber of the Presbyterian church, and
Rev. J. P. Pressley preached a most
News comes from Atlanta that Mrs.
P. A. Carmical is sick at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Adams.
Mrs. J. O. Albright, of Grantville, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. E. P. Floyd.
Dr. S. B. Cousins preached at the
Baptist church Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. J. H. McGhee, one of our oldest
and most popular citizens, died on
Thursday morning last. He had been
in poor health for several months, and,
although not unexpected, his death
was nevertheless a great shock to his
friends. He is survived by his wife
and several children, who have the
sympathy of the entire community in
their bereavement. The funeral took
place the following afternoon, services
being conducted by Rev. T. R. Ken
dall, jr. The interment was made with
A Thrilling Rescue.
How Bert R. Lean, of Cheny, Wash.,
was saved from a frightful death is a
story to thrill the world. "A hard
cold,” he writes, "brought on a des
perate lung trouble that baffled an ex
pert doctor here. Then I paid $10 to
$15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spo
kane, who did not help me. Then I
went to California, but without bene
fit. 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
colds, asthma, croup and whooping
cough it is supreme, 50c. and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by all drug
J. H. McKOY.
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.
5- room house, Jefferson street.
$1,500 worth of purchasable money
6- room cottage on Temple avenue;
5-room cottage on Second avenue.
12-room house on Jackson street.
J. H. McKOY
“Best of Everything in Hardware”
Now is the time to sow them for hay.
Have just received a big lot of each. The
peas are extra fine.
250 dozen Fruit Jars on hand. Send us
your orders. We have them in pints, quarts,
100 dozen Jelly Glasses.
50 dozen Tomato Cans.
20 new Stoves;—came in this week.
A beautiful line of Plates, Cups and Sau
Don’t forget to see our Refrigerators.
Ice Cream Freezers —the best in the city.
A few bushels of genuine Early Dent
Corn. Planted now or in three weeks, will
ripen and keep perfectly.
Kirby-Bohannon Hdw. Co.
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Lovecj AT LIVING PRICES Hoaim
Jacobs 17 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar, $1. Apn\ (i
makdz 10 pounds No. 1 Loaf Sugar, $1. JtvWCkZ
o n7 nf.p Pulverized Sugar, 10c. pound. Loffsfii
SnzaKe 50 pounds good Flour, $1.75. /
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Uienil\ Just received a fresh shipment of "Dove” Hams k . . .
llljwbo and Breakfast Bacon. .hlddCl
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GEORGIA—Coweta County :
By virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinary
of said county, granted at the June term, 1909, of
said court, will be sold on the first Tuesday in
July, a909, at the court-house door in the city of
Newnan, said county, between the legal hours of
sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, as the proper
ty of the estate of Roxie Cauley, late of said coun
ty, deceased, the following property, to-wit:
A certain city lot in the city of Newnan, in said
State and county, described as follows: Begin at
the northeast corner of the intersection of Clark
and Carmichael streets, and which point is at the
southwest corner of said lot, and from said point
run north along the east side of said Carmichael
street one hundred feet, thence east one hundred
and sixty-one feet, thence south one hundred feet
to north side of said Clark street, and thence west
along the north side of said Clark street one hun
dred and sixty-one feet, more or less, to said be
ginning point, and bounded as follows; On the
north by Dent property, on the east by J. H. Wide-
ner, (formerly Wilkinson,) or the south by Clark
street, and on the west by Carmichael srteet, and
being the residence lot of said deceased, and on
which is located a dwelling-house.
Also, one share of the capital stock of Newnan
Cotton Mills, Newnan, Ga., of the par value of
$100: one share of the capital stock of Newnan
Banking Co., of Newnan, Ga.. of the par value ot
$100; and two shares of the capital stock of Cow e *
ta National Bank, of Newnan, Ga., of the par ^ai*
ue of $100 each. This June 8. 1909. Prs. fee.
Administrator of Roxie Cauley. decea.-~*L
Libel for Divorce.
Annie Kelly \ nbd for Divorce, in Coweta Supe-
\ rior Court, March Term. 1909.
Mose Kelly. ' ’ u or *hv
To the defendant. Mose Kelly : You are nereoy
required, in person or by attorney, to be and aw
pear at the next term of the Superior
said county, to be held on the first Monda> n beP
tember. 1909. then and there to answer the pia^K
in an action of libel for divorce; as. in «-
thereof, the Court will proceed thereon a.
justice may appertain. toHee
Witness the Honorable R. W. Freeman, J
of said Court, this 17th day of May. lW
TURNER. Clerk _
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