Great Sale of Smyrna Rugs
As a special offering we name a large lot of Reversible Smyrna rugs at the
extremely low price of $1.49. These are guaranteed to be genuine Smyrna
Rugs. They are 30 x 60 inches in size; the patterns are attractive, and the
rugs are an immense bargain at $1.49 each. Rugs of same size and quality
are sold by largest stores in Atlanta at special sales for $2.00. This is an indi
cation of how low we have priced them when we let them go at
We have opened up a full line of dry goods, groceries and general merchan
dise at Welcome, and our friends and patrons will find they can make their
money go as far there as anywhere else. We will also give Gold Tickets
there, as we do in Newnan. Don’t forget that every dollar purchase gets a
ticket good for drawing for $10 in Gold on May 1, at the store in Newnan.
JAS. B. HUTCHENS
West Side Square
Ooutniotors mo hi'ginulng work on it
now I>1111111■ ik to hi* orvotml oil t!ii“ prus-
out situ of Knmnli Hiiptlst ohuroli. Tim
now Iioumo of wotship will Ih< of Htout*
mill will l>t>, wIioii oonipli'tod, ono of tlio
IniiiitNOtiii'Nf oliimilii'R in tlm county.
Ool. Gluts. Hold lull von tills week for
t'levelmicl, (in , to visit reliitives.
Mrs. Muliel Hnllitrd Irwin leaves next
week for New York and Washington,
and will attend the t'niitinciitul Con-
Kress id Daughters ol the Anieneitii
involution to lie held in Washington on
The many friends in Palmetto of Mrs.
.1. H Miller are doe ply grieved to in nr of
her extreme illness at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Harry Kislier, in New-
i m n
Mr. Dean St it h. of Asheville, \.(\,
was here last week on a visit in Ins pin
cuts, Mr and Mrs .lames St it It
Mrs. Duma Kohiuson was called to
Carrollton last week, owing to the ex
treme illness of her sister. Mrs. Hetty
Miss Mary Johnson and Miss Emmie
Young Conyers attended the "Viola
Alton" matinee in Atlanta Thursday.
Miss Sarah Davenport, one of the
most highly respected ladies in the
county, is dangerously ill at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Imagine.
Mr. Hebert O’Doimolly and his sister,
Miss Nell O'Donnelly, of Atlanta, were
the guests of Miss Sophy Latimer last
Mrs. John Smith, of Atlanta, former
ly Miss Nell Johnson of Palmetto, is the
guest of Mrs Duard Hullard
Miss Louise Heckman entertained in
formnlh at dinner on Wednesday.
Mr. Hoy Jordan, who has been in
South Oeorgin for several months, has
Mrs. M. A. Wiley is visiting friends
ORR AND POWELL
UHOKOIA— Coweta County.
The return of the appraisers sotting
apart twelve months' support to the
family of Jos. S. Plant, deceased, hnv-
ilig boon tilod ill my unite, all poisons
oonoernod are oited to show cause by the
1st Monday of May, lUOtl, why said np-
plieation for twelve months' support
should not be granted. This April 2nd,
HlOtt L. A. PERDUE, Ordinnry.
Mrs. Itum R. Leigh, having applied
to ti e Court of Ordinary id said County
for letters of administration on estate of j
May mi nl N. Colley, deceased, all per
sons concerned are required to show 1
cause in said Court by the first Monday
in May next, if any they can. why said
application should not he granted. This
April 10, lilOti.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
Prof. W. J. Johnson will have a con-
oert on the 20th, iiist. He is expecting
help from Mr. Hnrdiiuan, his school
mate while at Macon. The admission
fee will be 10c for children and 16o for
Mt Carmel had a missionary rally
Sunday. They had an hour’s program,
which began at ten o’clock, after wliioli
Rev. Gaines preached a missionary ser
mon. After dinner, on the ground,they
had other songs and recitations, after
which Rev. Gaines gave a nice talk.
About wivs collected for missions.
There will be ail-day meeting at
Emory Chapel on fifth Sunday. Will
have two sermons. It is for tile Sunday
school and the building up of the church.
Miss Florence Moore Has returned to
her home at Madras, after attending Mt.
Carmel school for a mouth
Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Mattox visited rela
tives in Newnan Sunday
Miss Fannie McKov is visiting rela
tives in Turin tiiis week.
Rev. F. J. Amis tilled his appointment
at Bowdon Saturday and Sunday. He
is now visiting Ids sister, Mrs. J. S. Mil
ler, of Newnan, who is sick.
F. O. Watkins, of Turin, was here
Miss Katie Sue Moore and brother,Ed,
‘ from Madras, were here Sunday.
Our school lias closed and Miss Col
quitt lias returned to her home at Joues-
boro. The school at Mt. Carmel has
Rugs, carpets, mattings, art
squares, law curtains, portierre
curtains at P. F. Cuttino & Co’s.
A FEW MORE COLD-BAND
Cups, Saucers, Plates
THEY MUST GO NOW
A few more (5-inch White Plates, old
A few more 7-inch White Plates, old
A few more Jardiniers cheap as dirt.
We have just one more 100-piece Dinner
Set. A bargain for somebody. Come
and see it.
A few more Toilets Sets, to go cheap.
We carry the high grade Hours, Postel's Ele
gant, Diamond, K. K. K., etc.
With every 50 cent Pur
chase of Crockery and Tin
ware we will sell a 48-1 b sack
of Patent Flour for $1.25, 24
lb. sack for 55c. This is an
unheard of price. Yon should
avail yourself of both crock
ery and tinware offers. We
guarantee everything we sell.
We carry a complete line
of Groceries, Fruits and Con
anything that you want. Call
to see us. We will supply
your needs at the very best
price that can be made.
Give Us a Trial.
A few more Cups and Saucers, old 7r n
price #1, now. Iwu
A few more Butter Dishes, old price 4 r _
25c, now IOC
A few odds and ends of Tinware and Enam
el Ware that we must get rid of, and
you need them. First come first served.
A few more Mixing Bowls, cheaper than you
ever heard of.
We are agents for Chase & Sanborn’s Fam
ous Coffee and Teas.
Special—Force, per package ig c
dozen eggs and 1 OOO
NVNNALLY * BARRETT,
The ay Street Grocers