Dr. Mixon filled his appointment at j News of the death of Mrs. J. J.
the Methodist church Sunday. Dunagan at Lawrenceville, (ia., has
Mr. and Mrs J. H. Gilbert spent Sun- been received here with genuine re
day night in Newnan. I gret. Previous to her marriage she
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Smith spent Sat- was Miss Nannie Davies, daughter of
urday in Newnan. the late Rev. H. K. Davies, and for
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDonald spent several years was the efficient de-
Sunday with their sister, Mrs. 1. C.
Mr. Edward Nall spent Sunday night
Mrs. Edwin Hanks is visiting friends
and relatives in Atlanta this week.
Mrs. C. P. Glower was in Atlanta
Mrs. Glenn Arnold, Mrs. Harry Bax
ter and Miss Lucile Arnold spent Tues
day in LaGrange.
Mr. Byron Fuller spent Sunday in
Mr. Roy Bohannon, of Newnan, spent
Monday and Tuesday in Grantville.
Mr. and Mrs. Burks Nall, of Lone
Oak, spent Sunday with their daugh
ter, Mrs. 1. G. Lester.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Smith visited
relatives at White Oak this week.
Mrs. Anna Jeter and daughter, Wil
lie, spent Sunday in Moreland.
Mrs. Sallie Humphries and daughter,
Miss Bessie, are visiting relatives at
Garrollton this week.
Mrs. Hugh Garter and little son, of
Atlanta, are visiting at the home of
Mr. H. A. Gamp.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hood, of Louise,
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. White have re
turned to Savannah, after a week’s
stay with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John T. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lambert spent
Tuesday and Wednesday in LaGrange.
Miss Ruth Nall, ol Lone Oak, spent
Saturday and Sunday with Miss John
nie Lee Lester.
Mr. T. R. Fuller has returned home,
after a pleasant visit to friends and
relatives in Alabama.
Master Mercer Strickland has return
ed to Senoia. after a pleasant visit to
his uncle, Mr. Jim Gilbert.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bryant and
children, of LaGrange, visited Mrs. L.
P. Bryant Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Dr. Mixon has as her guests
this week Miss Elizabeth Smith and
Miss Mary Harper, of Elberton.
Mrs. A. H. S. Bugg entertained the
Parsonage Aid Society Wednesday
A Night Rider’s Raid.
The worst night riders are calomel,
croton oil or aloes pills. They raid your
bed to rob you of rest. Not so with Dr.
King’s New Life Pills. They never dis
tress or inconvenience, but always
cleanse the system, curing Golds, Head
ache, Gonstipation, Malaria. 25c. at
all drug stores.
The ten-days’ revival meeting which
has been in progress at the Mothodi t
church closed Tuesday night. The pas
tor, Rev. G. W. Gary, was assisted by
Rev. W. '1'. Hamby, of Atlanta. The
services were largely attended, and it
is seldom that the people of our com
munity have had the privilege of lis
tening to such eloquent sermons as
were preached during this series of
meetings. Rev. Mr. Hamby’s work
among us was faithful, true, and pro- _
ductive of much good, and we realize, i faiied, Bucklen’s Arnica Save cured
through his discourses, that we have! me.” Infallible for Piles, Burns, Scalds,
been "fed on the fruit of the wheat.” Cuts, Boils, Fever-Sores, Eczema, Salt
Mrs. E. B. Cotton, ot Grantville, is! Rheum, Corns, 25c. Guaranteed by all
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. druggists.
Miss Ella Trimble, of East Point, was
the recent guest of Miss Ella Griffith.
Miss Daphne Doyle, the attractive
guest of Mrs. 1). B. Bullard, will leave
Monday for a two-weeks’ visit to rela
tives in Atlanta, after which she will
return to her home in Cincinnati.
Miss Lucile Condor is visiting friends
l)r. Skein, of Windsboro, Tex., who
has been the guest of his kinsman, Dr.
F. T. Mixon, has returned home.
Mrs. L. T. Wilkins, of College Park,
was the guest Thursday of her aunt,
Mrs. Alice Cochran. Mrs. Cochran’s
friends are glad to learn of her conva
lescence, after an illness of several
Mrs. Leila M. Swann and Miss Estelle
Swann have returned home, after a
very pleasant stay at Lithia Springs.
Miss Marie Mixon and Master Forest
M ixon, of Atlanta, are spending the
week in Palmetto, the guests of Mrs.
F. T. Mixon.
The condition of Mrs. W. N. Edge,
whose serious illness is causing much
sorrow among her many friends, shows |
no improvement at this writing, and
her death is expected at any moment.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Batchelior an
nounce the birth of a daughter on the
Miss Lucile Smith is in Dalton, at
tending a house party given by Mrs.
Mrs. Dean Stith has returned home,
after a two-weeks’ visit to relatives in
pot agent at Turin. She (licked up tel
egraphy without the aid of an instruc
tor, and became quite expert with the
key. A more obliging agent never
filled this or any other like position,
and when she married a couple of years
ago the community gave her up with
much reluctance. Besides her husband
she is survived by her aged mother,
who is now childless.
The annual meeting at the Methodist
church is in progress this week. The
pastor is being ably assisted by Rev.
Mr. Parks, of Whitesburg, ami Rev.
Mr. Carter, of LaGrange. The annual
meeting at the Baptist church will be
gin next Sunday, and continue one
Mrs. H. S. Rees, sr., celebrated her
71st birthday last Monday, and without
her knowledge her children prepared
an elegant dinner in honor of the occa
sion. Those present at the dining
were Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shell, jr.,
and children; Col. R. W. Adamson, of
Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Rees,
jr., and child, of East Point: Mrs.
Elam Deracken, of Senoia; Miss Rebie
Rees, C. W. Rees and A. A. Rees.
Other members of the family were ab
sent on account of conflicting engage
ments. It was strictly a family affair,
and one that warmed the heart and
cheered the spirits of the devoted
mother, while delighting those who
prepared the dinner, reverencing at
the same time the nativity of a pious
and loving mother.
Mrs. W. B. Callahan, of East Point,
is visiting the family of Rev. H. S.
Rees this week.
Miss Lois Christian, of Senoia, is
the guest of Miss Rebie Rees.
The corn crop will he short in this
section, owing to neglect at the proper
working time. Where it has been cul
tivated cotton is looking well.
Miss Alina Alhright, of Lutherville,
is the guest of Miss Lizzie Walker.
Miss Margaret Gay entertained
charmingly Tuesday in honor of Miss
Alma Alhright, of Lutherville.
The young people of Turin were also
entertained Monday night by Miss Liz
zie Walker, in honor of her guest,
Mrs. Stroud and little daughter, of
Barnesville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
0. P. Lindsay.
Little Miss Almeta Hutcheson, of
Decatur, is with her aunt, Mrs. E. H.
Mrs. E. North, from near Carrollton,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. 0.
Miss Bonnie Hunter and Miss Addilu
Sams visited Mrs. G. P. Wilkinson in
Newnan last week. Mrs. Wilkinson
accompanied them home.
Mrs. 11. I’. Thurman and little daugh
ter, of Tifton, are visiting relatives
Mrs. J. P. Hammett, of Corinth, has
been the guest of Mrs. Ed Dominick.
Tortured on a Horse.
“For ten years I couldn’t ride a horse
without being in torture from piles,”
writes L. S. Napier, of Rugless, Ky.
When all doctors and other remedies
Mr. Jesse Patterson, of Atlanta, is
at home on his vacation.
Mr. Heidt Pendergrast, of Green
ville, spent Sunday with Prof. L. E.
Mr. Brooks, of Columbus, spent tie
week-end with his family, who are vis
iting Mrs. Natb Upshaw.
Mr. Turner I.assetter, of Atlanta, is
spending his vacation with homefolk*.
Mr. Cicero Norris has returned from
White Sulphur Springs.
Messrs. Thornton and McAlpin, of
Chatttanooga, Tenn., stopped over
Sunday night en route to a house par
ty at Raleigh.
Quite a number from here attended
the Hindsman reunion at St. Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hurst spent
Sunday with the family of Mr. Jas.
K. Polk, near Moreland.
Mr. Ode Garrett and family, of St.
Charles, are visiting relatives here.
Mr. Doc Turner, of Cedartown, spent
a few days this week with Mr. Wesley
Elder F. B. Powell filled his regular
appointment at Liberty last Saturday
The Chattahoochee Musical Conven
tion will meet at Macedonia on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday of this
Dr. W. II. Tanner has purchased an
Mrs. T. A. Sewell is spending sever
al days with her mother, Mrs. John
Dukes, near Newnan, who has been
quite sick for several days. She is im
Mr. J. T. Hixon, of Villa Rica, will
teach a singing school at Macedonia,
beginning next Monday. Let every
body attend. Prof. Hixon is a fine
Mrs. Dolphin Cox died last Friday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dukes.
She had been sick for several weeks.
Pellagra was the cause of her death.
Her remains were laid to rest in the
cemetery at Macedonia. Rev. F. J.
Amis conducted the funeral.
The farmers are busy “laying by”
Dr. T. W. Sewell and family, of
Newnan, visited relatives at Roscoe
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Pate, of Whites
burg, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Sew
ell last Thursday.
Sees Mother Grow Young.
“It would be hard to overstate the
wonderful change in my mother since
she began to use Electric Bitters,”
writes Mrs. W. L. Gilpatrick of Dan-
forth, Me. “Although past 70 she
seems really to be growing young again.
She suffered untold misery from dys
pepsia for 20 years. At last she could
neither eat, drink nor sleep. Doctors
gave her up and all remedies failed till
Electric Bitters worked such wonders
for her health.” They invigorate all
vital organs, cure Liver and Kidney
troubles, induce sleep, impart strength
and appetite. Only 50c. at all druggists.
“Are his views sound?”
Protracted services began
Life 100,000 Years Ago.
Scientists have found in a cave in
Switzerland bones of men who lived
100,000 years ago, when life was in con
stant danger from wild beasts. To-day
the danger, as shown by A. W. Brown
of Alexander. Me., is largely from dead- j Carrollton,
ly disease, “if it had not been for Dr.
King's New Discovery, which cured me,
1 could not have lived,” he writes, “suf
fering as I did from a severe lung trouble
and stubborn cough.” To cure Sore
Lungs, Colds, obstinate Coughs, and
prevent Pneumonia, it’s the best med
icine on earth. 5l)c and $1.00. Guaran
teed by all druggists. Trial bottle free.
Baptist church Sunday, and
tinue through this week.
Dr. Arthur Glenn, of Birmingham,
Ala., is visiting relatives here. Mr.
Walter Glenn, of Manchester, is also
Mrs. Geesling and little son, of Ma
con, have gone to Norwood.
Mrs. Gus Williams and children have
returned from Hampton, where they
have been visiting relatives for the
Mr. Hump Braswell and family, of
Moreland, spent Thursday with Mrs.
B. F. Nall.
Mr. Allan, of Manchester, spent
Sunday in Lutherville.
Mr. Jim Moreland, of Woodbury, is
Mrs. Virgil Moreland and children
went to Woodbury last week.
Mrs. Ed Whatley, of Grantville,
snent last Thursday with Mrs. J. H.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams spent a
few days in Greenville this week.
Mrs. Raymond Sullivan, of Senoia,
is visiting Miss Garrouehe Norris.
Miss Jennilu Norris spent the latter
part of last week with Mrs. J. W.
Trammell. She is with Miss Gar-
rouche Norris this week.
Miss Lula Norris, of Zebulon, spent
a few days last week with Miss Azile
Miss Verr Lassetter is teaching a
summer school at Duluth.
Mr. Metus O’Kelley, of Eogansville,
joined his wife here last week. They
left Monday, after a pleasant visit to
Miss Ludie Upshaw, of East Point,
is visiting Mrs. G. L. Colley.
Miss Mattie Darden has returned
from a pleasant visit to relatives at
Consumption kills many more people
in America during each four-year period
than fell in the four years of the Civil
War. The stamping out of the plague
would be the greatest boon that could
be bestowed upon humani.y.
Mrs. Henry Alexander and little son,
of Roopville, spent the week-end with
Mrs. Jim Mathews.
The Girls’ Sewing Club met with
Miss Pallie Mai Fuller this week. She
proved quite a charming hostess, and
the girls report a good time.
Dr. Hugh Taylor, of Grantville,
spent Sunday with homefolks.
Miss Waddell, of Woodbury, is visit
ing Miss Clara Williams.
Mr. Harry Hardaway, of Fillmore,
is spending the week here.
Miss Ruth Glazier, of Moreland, is
spending a few days with Miss Ophelia
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we will guarantee them TWELVE AND ONE-HALF CENTS per pound for suf
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Excursion to Tybee and
Via Central of Georgia Railway.
$5 round trip; limit five days.
Trains will leave Newnan at 6:39 a.
m. Aug. 23; arrive Savannah 6:30 p. m.;
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Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
GEORGIA-Coweta County :
All persons having: demands against the estate
of Mrs. Athie E. Finley, late of said county, de
ceased. are hereby notified to render in their de
mands to the undersigned according to law; and
all persons indebted to said estate are required to
make immediate payment. This June 11, 1909.
Prs. fee $3.75. SALLIE FINLEY,
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Notice is herebv given to all creditors of the es
tate of John M. Brown, late of said county, de
ceased, to render in an account of their demands
to me within the time prescribed by law, properly
made out; and all persons indebted to said de
ceased are hereby requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned. This July 1, 1909.
Prs. fee. $3.76. J. B. BROWN.
Administrator of J. M. Brown, deceased.
Sargent. Ga., R. F. D. No. 1.
Twelve Months' Support.
The return of the appraisers setting apart twelve
months’ support to the family of J. M. Brown,
deceased, having been filed in my office, all per
sons concerned are cited to show cause by the
first Monday in August, 1909, why said application
for twelve months’ support should not be granted.
This July 5. 1909. Prs. fee. $3.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Dismission.
GEORGIA-Coweta County :
Creecy Leigh, administratrix on the estate of
Alonzo Leigh, deceased, having applied to the
Court of Ordinary of said county for letters of dis
mission from her said trust, all persons concerned
are required to show cause in said Court by the first
Monday in August next, if any they can. why said
application should not be granted. This July 9,
1909. Prs. fee. $3. L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Dismission.
T. F. Rawls, guardian of Myrtis Lee O’Neal, hav
ing applied to the Court of Ordinary of said coun
ty for letters of dismission from his said trust, all
persons concerned are required to show cause in
said Court by the first Monday in August next, if
any they can, why said application should not be
granted. This July 5, 1909. Prs. fee. $3.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Dismission.
T. F. Rawls, administrator of Mary Sewell, de
ceased, having applied to the Court of Ordinary
of said county for letters of dismission from his
said trust, all persons concerned are required to
show cause in said Court bv the first Monday in
August next, if any they can. why said applica
tion should not be granted. This July 5. 1909.
Prs. fee. 1- A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Dismission.
Mrs. Lilia H. Bridges, guardian of Verna M.
Bridges Ingram, having appliel to the Court of
Ordinary of said county for letters of dismission
from her said trust, all persons concerned are re
quired to show cause in said Court by the first
Monday in August next, if any they can, why said
application should not be granted. This July 5.
19C9. Prs. fee, $3. L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
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Groceries are all here and they are the very best
money can buy.
Our fancy goods cover everything to satisfy
the most exacting taste.
Vegetables of all kinds
Olives and Pickles, (plain and mixed.)
Preserves, Jellies, Fruits and a host of other
We take careful note of all orders, and de
Fresh Bread and Cakes every day from our
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