County News Items
Interesting Facts Gnthered During the Week by Our
One clay last week a negro employed
at the Bowers ginnery had the misfor
tune to get both of his hands badly
mangled by the gin-saws. He was
carried to Turin, where several of his
fingers were amputated, and at last ac
counts he was doing very well.
Sunday brought a decided change in
the weather, and fires were found nec
essary to comfort.
Cotton is opening rapidly, and it is
being gathered and marketed as fast as
ginned. The farmers are paying their
debts, but those who sold at 10c. for
future delivery are not as cheerful as
they might be, and declare they will
not dabble in futures hereafter. Why
men will undertake to sell what they
do not possess seems strange to us.
Col. It. .1. Redding, of the State Ex
periment Station, recommends immedi
ate drenching with a pint of whiskey
whore a cow has been bitten by a
snake. Now, this antidote may be all
right, but where can it be obtained in
Georgia? Even the churches cannot le
gally procure a little wine for sacra
mental purposes, and it would be use
less to try to get anything stronger for |
Our warehousemen weighed over 100
bales of cotton last Saturday. Col.
Luther Moses has been making the Tu
rin cotton market "hump” this season,
and has been a great help to the town.
Turin is the biggest town of its size in
the State, anyway. We have four
churches, a Masonic lodge, a fine bank,
a number of first-class business houses,
two preachers, two doctors, three
warehouses, and other valuable inter
ests that go to make a good town.
A bad wreck occurred on the A., B.
& A. road, near Aberdeen, Monday
night, in which several persons were
Mrs. Judsort Harris and Mrs. E. II.
Powell are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
,.J. C. Harris, near Nownan.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Askew and little
daughter, of Nownan, spent S unday
with Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Merrill.
Mrs. .1. B. Walker and Mrs. M. Gay
spent the week-end with Mrs. (i. N.
Strong, at Welcome.
Mr. J. B. Hogan left Thursday to
take a position with the Milner Bank
ing Co., at Milner.
Miss Mary Hunter returned Monday
from a visit to Mrs. M. G. Keith, at
The many friends of Mrs. F. C. Me-
Koy regret to learn of her severe ill
ness, luit are glad to hear of some im
provement in her condition.
Mrs. A. il. Young and M'\s. Jessie
Howell, of White Oak, spent Tuesday
with Mrs. M. Gay.
The ladies of Turin and surrounding
country are looking forward with great
delight to the millinery opening of the
Dominick Mercantile Co., which occurs
Friday and Saturday of this week.
Frightful Fate Averted.
"I would have been a cripple for life,
from a terrible cut on my knee-cap,”
writes Frank Disberry, Lelliher, Minn ,
"without Buyklen’s Arnica Salve,
which soon cured me.” Infallible for
wounds, cuts, bruises, and soon cures
Burns, Scalds, Old Sores, Boils, Skin
Eruptions. World's best remedy for
Piles. 25c. at all druggists.
Several new members were received
into the Methodist church by the pas
tor, Rev. F. R. Kendall, last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. .las. R. Cotton, of
Grantville, and Mr. Jim Haynie, of
Sycamore, attended preaching here
The Moreland delegates to the dis
trict meeting of the Woman’s Foreign
Missionary Society in Newnan this
week are Mrs. Lizzie Cureton and Mrs.
E. F. Drake.
Mrs. W. P. Jackson, of Grantville,
came up Sunday to visit her little
grandson, Frank Dunaway Drake.
Did you see frost this week?
The present price of cotton is en
couraging to a poor farmer in debt,
but why not put it up now, while he is
obliged to sell, instead of waiting until
Mrs. M.vrtice Moore and daughter,
Mary, of Newnan, visited Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Cureton, sr., Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. Taylor Smith have the
sympathies of many friends here. They
have lost two children with fever re
cently. and now Mr. Smith and a third
child are sick.
Mr. P. M. Waltom is attending the
soldiers' reunion in Athens this week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Entrekin were
This is An Easy Test.
Sprinkle Allen’s Foot-Ease in one
shoe and not in the other, and notice
the difference. Just the thing to use
when rubbers or overshoes become nec
essary. and your shoes seem to pinch.
Sold everywhere, 25c. Don't accept any
Mrs. Ed Whatley, of Grantville, re
turned home Monday, after a pleasant
visit to her mother, Mrs. J. H. Williams.
Mr. C. F. McWilliams was in Atlanta
on business a few days ago.
Mr. Eugene Hurst spent Wednesday
Miss Mattie Scogin is visiting at the
home of Mr. Jim Scogin, in Hogansville,
who is quite ill with fever.
Miss Edith Barnett left for Green-
villejthis week, where she will enter
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Scogin and
children, from Texas, are visiting the
| former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mr. Robt. Trammell spent last week
Dr. M. S. Archer was in Grantville
Prof. I,. E. Bevis is in Franklin.
Mr. Thomas Glenn, who has been at
Stinson the past few weeks, is at home
Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Cousins were in
Grantville last week.
Mrs. Alvan Young has returned to
her home near Turin, after visiting her
mother, Mrs. Jim Powledge.
Miss Ruby Chandler is visiting Mrs.
Joe Norris at College Park.
Messrs. Linton Colley and Bernard
Fitts were in Hogansville Wednesday.
Mrs. Jode Fuller and children, of
Newnan, spent Sunday in Lutherville.
Miss Bessie Teagle has returned from
an extended visit to friends at Ashburn
Mrs. .). U. McKoon and baby are in
Woodbury for a few days.
Mrs. Jim Matthews went to Hogans
ville this week to see her brother, Mr.
Miss Sara Lassetter visited in Aliie
and Greenville last week.
Messrs. Byron Fuller and Foy Scogin,
of Nownan, were in town Sunday.
Mrs. Bill Garrett and little grand
daughter, of Hogansville, spent several
days last week with Mrs. Nannie Fitts.
Mr. and Mrs. .Jas. D. Dunlap, of
Rocky Mount, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Trammell.
Mrs. L. E. Bevis and Miss Kate
Williams spent Sunday in Bexton with
Mrs. Gene Pinson.
Miss Eva Latimer has returned to
Carrollton, after visiting relatives here.
We regret to note ttie illness of little
Misses Marye Powledge and Clara
Williams were in Lone Oak Sunday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Williams
Miss Mary Hodge, of Newnan, is vis-j
iting Miss Jonmlu Nall.
Mr. T. A. Hutchens has accepted a
position with the D. W. Boone Co. as
collector, and will enter upon his du
. Mr. Tom Fuller and Miss Johnnie
Lester, of Grantville, spent Sunday
with Miss Hattie Hutchens.
Miss Johnnie Lester, of Grantville,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. B. Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. Love Jenkins, of At
lanta, spent last week with friends ar.d
Mrs. F. C. Mclvoy continues quite
ill, we regret to say.
Mrs. T. A. Hutchens and Miss Hal-
tie Hutchens spent a day last week
with Mrs. Y. C. Foster, at Newnan.
Mr. G. L. Cavender and wife, of Sar
gent, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
j Mrs. J. B. Strong is on the sick list
Mr. E. M. Grimes has completed his
store, and will be ready about Oct. 1
to serve his friends and patrons with a
full stock of goods.
This is fine weather to save hay.
There will be no excuse for the man
that has to buy hay next year.
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Cavender visited
Mr. Kit Millians and wife, at Handy,
Mr. and Mrs. Len Millians and Mrs.
Pitman visited Mr. and Mrs. Press
Brown, at Enon Grove. Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morton are visit
ing in South Georgia.
It's a Top-Notch Doer.
Great deeds compel regard. The
world crowns its doers. That’s why
the American people have crowned Dr.
King’s New Discovery the King of
Throat and Lung remedies. Every atom
is a health force. It kills germs, and !
colds and lagrippe vanish. It heals
cough-racked membranes and coughing
stops. Sore, inflamed bronchial tubes
and lungs are cured and hemorrhages
cease. 0r. Geo. More, Blackjack, N. C.
writes “it cured me of lung trouble,
pronounced hopeless by all doctors.”
50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaran
teed by all druggists.
Wife—"A tree, you know, gets new
clothes every spring- hat, parasol,
' Husband —“Yes, darling, and makes
I them all itself.”
Two new cases have been added to
Lone Oak's fever record in the persons
of Messrs. Buford and Russell Nall, sons
of Mr. J. N. Nall. This family has
been thus afflicted in several of its mem
bers, and the sympathies of all are en
listed for the anxious parents.
Mrs. J. F. Nall has not been so well
for some days, although her late symp
toms do not amount to a relapse, her
Rev. A. H. S. Bugg conducted ser
vices at Prospect on Saturday last.
Sunday the presiding elder, Dr. J. W.
Quillian, was with us and delivered a
most forceful and impressive discourse
at the 11 o’clock service. Quarterly
conference was held in tfie afternoon.
At the close of the Sunday-school ex
ercises Sunday morning a collection for
the Orphans’ Home was taken up
amounting to $16.50.
The action of the quarterly confer
ence last Sunday places Prof. H. L.
Culpepper again in the position of Sun
day-school superintendent, in which he
has served for the past two years.
At a recent meeting of the trustees
of Lone Oak High School, Miss Adri
enne Trammell, of White Sulphur
Springs, was elected to the place of as
sistant for the coming scholastic year.
Miss Trammell has enjoyed normal
training, and an experience of several
years as teacher tells to her advantage
in this position. As Prof. H. L. Cul
pepper was elected principal of the
school some time since, our community
is to be congratulated on the advant
ages thus insured in the faculty of our
Jn last Sunday’s attendance on the
morning service, Lutherville was repre
sented by Mr. ,Jas. E. Culpepper and
Misses Mary Powledge and Clara Wil
liams; Grantville, by Dr. and Mrs. J. F.
Mixon, Hon. S. E. Leigh, Mrs. A. IL S.
Rugg, Misses Mattie and Mary Lou
Collins and Mr. Willie Collins; and Ho
gansville by Mr. J. O. Sewell.
Miss Nellie Rosser, of Thurman, and
Miss Kate Garrett, of Lutherville, were
the week-end guests of Miss Mary
Misses Clara Williams and Mary Pow-
iedge were guests at the same time of
Miss Addie Sewell.
Seventh Son, Thirteenth Child, Born
to Judge Russell.
Atlanta Constitution, 27th inat.
Long-distance telephone brought word
from Winder yesterday to his associates
on the Court of Appeals bench that
Judge R. B. Russell is again a father,
for the thirteenth time.
A fine baby boy was born yesterday
to Judge and Mrs. Russell at their home
near Winder, and though scarce 24
hours old, he is more than an ordinary,
every-day baby boy. He is a baby boy
with a proud record behind him, for he
is the thirteenth child of a thirteenth
child on his mother’s side, and the seventh
son of a seventh son on the side of his
father. There are few children in the
country, or for that matter in the world,
who can lay claim to such distinction at
so tender an age.
What name this youngest of the Rus-
sclls will bear, the Judge’s Atlanta
friends did not learn. This is a decision
it is stated, which the court has not yet
handed down, for it is no easy matter
to name a thirteenth child, let alone a
thirteenth child of a thirteenth child
and a seventh son of a seventh son.
Judge Russell’s friends will congratu
late him heartily upon this latest and
most important addition to his family.
-The man who could run a news
paper to suit everybody went to heaven
Laurel, Del., Doc. 12, 1908.
T v,-,.,, ho,,,, h-ndlin>r
MIR If M
complaints. 1 can point out many
houses on which this paint was used, and
it is looking finely. Davis Paint speaks
for itself wherever used, and the people
of Laurel have found out it is the paint
for them to use.
J. H. Makvel of L.
For sale by W. S. ASKEW CO.,
Application for Leave to Sell.
Jas. H. Hydt\ administrator with the will an
nexed of Henry Hyde, deceased, having applied to
the Court of Ordinary of said county for leave
to sell the land of said deceased, all persons con
cerned are required to show cause in said Court
by the first Monday in October next, if any they
can. why said application should not be granted.
This Sept. 6. 1909. Prs. fee. $3.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Administration.
W. S. Askew having applied to the Court of
Ordinary ot said county for letters of administra
tion on the estate of Jos. E. Askew, deceased, all
persons concerned ure required to show cause in
said Court by the first Monday in October next, if
any they can. why said application should not be
! reran ted. This Sept. 10. 1909. Prs. fee. *3.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Administration.
Mrs Luta N. Powers having applied to the Court
of Ordinary of said county for letters of adminis
tration on the estate of Georgia A. Ransom, de
ceased. all persons concerned are required to show
cause in said Court by the first Monday in October
next, if any they can. why said application should
not be granted. This Sept 6. 1909. Prs. foe. $3.
L- A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Application for Leave to Sell.
■L B. Brown, administrator on the estate of J.
r deceased, having applied to the Court
of Ordinary of said county for leave to sell the
lands of said deceased, all persons concerned are
October Styles in
LADIES’ COAT SUITS
Made in September, after the fall styles had been
settled. We are receiving them almost daily, and
you should do yourself the fairness to see what we
1. N. Orr Company
While we have been quiet, we have not been negligent of your interest or
ours. We have been very busy filling our shelves with the most attractive line
of fall and winter goods that has ever been shown in Turin. We made the ven
ture last spring of putting in a line of ladies’ dress goods and trimmings, which,
though comparatively small, met with such gratifying approval from our friends
and customers that it stimulated us to greater effort, and we have now added
other attractive lines to our stock. We will carry this season a beautiful line of
ladies’ coat suits. (These suits have advanced in price since we purchased.)
We wish to call special attention to our stock of shirt-waists, silk petti
coats, and a number of other ready-made garments that we have to offer you.
We have also a complete assortment of ladies’ neckwear. In fact, all the
new things in ties for your inspection. Also, jet necklaces, fancy pins, shirt
waist sets, belts in a great variety of styles, fancy scarfs, hand-bags, and many
other articles too numerous to mention.
We are confident we can make you a better price that you have been ac
customed to paying, as the cost to us of doing business is much less than would
be the case in a larger town. We ask, in justice to yourselves, that you inspect
our stock before buying. Respectfully,
DOMINICK MERCANTILE CO.
required to show cause in said Court by the first
Monday in October next, if any they can, why
said application should not be granted. This Sept.
G, 1909. Prs. fee, $3.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
To Whom It May Concern.
Ii. D. Gurley having applied to the Court of Or
dinary of said county for an order to compel J. H.
Hyde, administrator of Marthalyn Hyde, deceased,
to execute to him titles to land under a bond for
title held by said L. B. Gurley, and executed by
said Marthalyn Hyde before her death, all per
sons concerned are required to show cause in the
Court of Ordinary of said county, on the first
Monday in October next, if any they can, why
said application should not be granted. This Sept.
8. 1909. Prs. fee. $3. I.. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
APPLICATION FOR BANK CHARTER.
GEORGIA—Coweta County :
To the Honorable Philip Cook, Secretary of
State, Atlanta, Ga. — The undersigned. whose
names, signed by each of them, and residences
are hereto attached, bring this our petition, in
pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly of
the State of Georgia, approved Dec. 20, 1893, and
Arts amendatory thereof, and respectfully show :
1. That we desire to form a corporation for the
purpose of carrying on the business of banking.
2. That the name and style of the proposed cor
poration shall be
’’RANK OP HARALSON.”
3. The location and principal place of business
shall be the town of Haralson, county of Coweta,
and State of Georgia.
•1. The amount of capital stock is TWENTY-
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS, ($25,000,) divided
into two hundred and fifty shares of One Hundred
5. The nature of the proposed corporation shall
be that of a bank, with continuous succession for
the term of thirty years, with the right of renew
al for a like term; to sue and be sued; to have and
use a common seal, and a» pleasure to alter same;
to appoint such officers and agents as the business |
of the corporation requires, prescribe their duties, j
fix their compensation, and remove them at pleas- !
ure; to make such by-laws as may be necessary
or proper for the management of its property and *
regulation of »ts afTaiiv; to hold, purchase, dis
pose of and convey such real and personal proper
ty as may be necessary for its uses and business:
to discount bills, notes or other evidences of debt;
to receive and pay out deposits, with or without
interest; to receive on special deposit money or
bullion <»r foreign coins, or stocks or bonds or oth- * 1 2 3 * 5
or securities; to buy or sell foreign or domestic ,
exchange, or other negotiable paper; to lend mon- I
ey upon personal security, or upon pledges of
bonds, stock or negotiable securities; to take and
receive security by mortgage, or otherwise, on 1
property, real or personal; and generally, to do
and perform all such other matters and things
not hereinbefore enumerated as are or may be in- I
cident to the business of banking.
We herewith enclose the charter fee of $50, and
pray to bo incorporated under the laws of this
J. B. COLE. Coweta county, Ga.,
R. S. SWYGERT. Coweta county, Ga.,
W. O. HERNDON, Coweta county, Ga.,
J. A. HUTCHINSON. Coweta county, Ga..
L. O. HUTCHINSON. Coweta county, Ga..
J. J. HILLER, Coweta county, Ga..
R. K. RRANDENBURG, Coweta county, Ga.,
H. M. COOK, Coweta county, Ga.,
J. H. COOK. Coweta county, Ga..
Before me personally appeared the undersigned
petitioners, who on oath depose and say that
$15,000 of the capital subscribed to the Bank of
Haralson, for which bank deponents are now-
seeking incorporation by the Secretary of State,
has actually been paid in cash by the subscribers,
and that the same is in fact held and is to be used
solely for the business and purposes of the said
corporation. J. B. COLE.
R. S. SWYGERT.
W. O. HERNDON.
J. A. HUTCHINSON.
L. O. HUTCHINSON.
J. J. HILLER.
R. K. BRANDENBURG.
H. M. COOK.
J. H. COOK.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 20th day
of September. 1909. L. A. PERDUE.
(seal.) Ordinary Coweta county.
STATE OF GEORGIA. *
Office of Secretary of State, \
I, Philip Cook, Secretary of State of the State
of Georgia, do hereby certify that the two (2)
pages of printed and typewritten matter hereto
attached contains a true und correct copy of the
application of the incorporators of the Bank of
Haralson for charter, as original of same appears
of file in this office.
In Testimony Whereof. 1 have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal ot my office, at the Capi
tol in the City of Atlanta, this 21st day of Septem
ber, in the year of oui Lord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Nine, and of the Independence of
the United States of America the One Hundred
and Thirty-fourth. PHILIP COOK.
Secretary of State, 1
To Eveiy Consumer ol Groceries,
Delicacies, Condimenls. Elc.
If you believe in our prude of Food Products, and stand for
purity in everything you eat, you and we should be in close touch.
Are we? This store represents the ideal in groceries, superb edibles,
and everything good to eat. it has been many years since this store
was founded, on a very small capital, but a big stock of principles.
We make a rule of buying the best of everything good to eat, and
our test of satisfied customers, and the new ones being added daily,
is evidence that we are giving entire satisfaction.
We treat all alike and have strictly one price. Our cash and
credit customers, our customers who ’phone their orders, and those
who come to the store, are all shown the same courteous treatment.
We have no bargain counters nor sales at cut prices. We make
an average profit on all the lines we sell, fixing same to cover ex
penses and give us a living and a fair return on our investment.
For these reasons, if our quality of food products and our style
of doing business meet with your approbation, we would be pleased
to number you among our customers.
Yours to please,
J. T. SWINT
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