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SOCIETY NEWS AND NOTES
Missus (/'ift Hollinshead and
Julia May Hackney were Riven a
delightful surprise Tuesday l>y a
crowd of young people.
The hostesses were quite equal to
the emergeiiey. and a most pleas
ant evening was enjoyed.
After rounds of conversation, a
delicious course of “sweets” was
served in the dining room, where
the decorations of the room and
table seemed to herald the holiday
gayeties, so soon to follow, 'file
table had for a center a lovely lace
piece over red, on which rested a
silver mounted mirror loaded with
pretty fruits. Suspended from
the chandelier were tiny red ( ’hrist
mas Isdls, and brought to each of
the fout corners of the room was
the ml tulle. Silver candlesticks,
with red silk shades ami burning
tapers, and cut glass dishes tilled
with Ism lions, added their lieauty
to the table.
Among those present were:
Misses Mary Goodruin, Bessie
Powell, Katie Arnall, Kate Snead
and Onie Brannon; Messrs. Frank
Hughes, Boh Orr, Frank liee,Jack
Powell, Pierce DePass, I. N. Orr,
Cleveland Orr, Simmons and
Terhune, of Moreland.
in the dining room, where the,
decorations of the room and table
were in exquisite taste.
Those present were, Mesdames
Allers Hertel, J. T. Kirby, N. E.
I’owel, Sanders Hibson, Irving
Walker, Alton Arnall, James T.
Fain, Be Witte Poole. Huy Cole,
Mrs. Barrow and Miss Nelie Lou
Mrs. Annie Freeman Orr, Mary
Clinton Orr and Miss Virginia
Freeman left Tuesday for Home,
ta attend the wedding of their
cousin, Mr. Nixon Mrs. Orr and
little daughter will return the lat
ter part of this week: though Miss
Freeman will prolong her visit.
one evening recently, complimen
tary to Mr. and Mrs. Allers Her
Mrs. Price Wooley and little
daughter, of Atlanta, are the
Complimentary to Mr». P. B. Murphty.
Mrs. H. O. Jones entertained
“The Twelve” Friday afternoon at
a pretty luncheon in honor of Mrs.
P. B. Murphey, who moved this
week to her pretty home on
The Hrst part of the afternoon
was given over to dominos, after
ward the guests were served with
a delightful hot luncheon in the
dining room, where the color
scheme of ml was most artistically
carried out. The luncheon and
general enjoyment of the afternoon
was a delightful finish to the
Those invited were, Mesdames
M ike Powell, Tom Goodrum,Ernest
Powcl, Louis Hill, J. T. Kirby,
Frank Cole and P. B. Murphey,
Misses Maie Campbell and Julia
Miss Mary Parrott, who has
been ill for some time, left Wed
nesday for Philadelphia for treat
ment by a specialist. She was ac
companied by her mother and I)r.
T. B. Davis. Her friends wish
for her complete restoration to
Miss Belle Vernon King, who
has been spending some time with
her uncle in Rome, will return
home Friday. After the hoiidajs
she will visit relatives in Savan
Misses Nelie and Emma Potts
entertained very informally Thurs
day evening at a small Bridge
party. After the game a delight
ful salad course was served.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ham Mur
ray, on West Washington Street.
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. North have
returned from Atlanta, after
spending several days, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. ,T. G. Addy.
Mr. Joe Dent left Tuesday for
his home in Oakley, Maryland, af
ter spending sometime looking af
ter his interests in Georgia.
Miss Hattie Starr, of Newnan, is
spending several days at the Kim
ball with Miss Willie 8mith.—
Tuesday’s Atlanta Journal.
The Christmas Store
Miss Annie May Powel, of Hog*
ersville, Tenn., left Thursday to
join her father at Monticello. after
a pleasant visit to the family of
Mrs. T. W. Powel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey North at
tended the funeral of their brother-
in-law, Mr. James McKelden, in
Mr. and Mi's. P. B. Murphey
and family are comfortably domi
ciled in their pretty home on
If any Newnan store deserves this season
to bear the name of The Christmas Store, that
place is Bradley’s. The size of the stock, the
variety and attractiveness of the goods, and
the low prices make this the ideal place for
Christmas shopping. We have hundreds of
articles in this immense stock that will delight
every Christmas buyer. But few of them can
be mentioned in a small ad. Visit our store
and see the stock in all its beauty.
Mere Mention of a Few Lines
•* *»«* of Christmas Goods
Mn. Rlchird i Luncheon.
Mrs. Ellison Richards was the
charming hostess at a delightful
luncheon last Friday morning in
honor of Mrs. Hertel, whose de
parture for Baltimore will cause
regret among her friends.
Mix hand euchre was the inter
esting game enjoyed, for which
Mrs. Alton Arnold won the first
prize, a unique china Ikmi bon
dish. Mrs. Guy (’ole received the
consolation,a china hairpiece. Mrs.
Hertel was presented with a spe
cial prize a beautiful vase.
After the game an elaborate hot
luncheon of six courses was served
The Tuesday afternoon Euchre
(Mill) enjoyed a delightful meeting
with Mrs. Hertel at the home of
Mrs. R. E. Milner.
There were three tables of six-
hand, and after a number of in
teresting games, Mrs. Woodyard,
of LaGrange, won the first prize—
a beautiful real lace handkerchief.
Mrs. Alton Arnall won the second,
a dainty china Iron bon (liah. The
I consolation fell to Mrs. Z. Greene
1 —a pretty picture, and Mrs. Guy
I Cole received the booby, a linen
The next meeting will la? with
i Mrs. Ellison Richards.
Miss Nelie Lou Walton is spend
ing several days in Atlanta this
week. She will assist Miss Grace
i Lee Brown in her recital given
Miss Onie Brannon will entertain
a small crowd of young people
very informally next Monday even
ing at her lovely home on Green
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Banks an
il mnee the birth of a little girl,
Virginia Irene, Friday, Dec. 7th.
Mis. Eugene Askew and chil
dren have returned from a delight
ful visit to the former’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Anderson, at
Miss Sarah Buchanan has re
turned from a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Hill, at West Point,
where she was delightfully enter
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arnall en
tertained several couples at tea
THE CITY GROCER
Como to us for your
Santa Clans, fruits,
nuts. etc. Smithtield
Hams are line for
Christinas. B 1 o w
vourself for one.
The City Grocer
Mr. and Mrs. Allers Hertel and
jamily will leave Monday for Bal
timore, to the regret of many New-
Mrs. Calvin Holmes and Miss
Leize Holmes, of Atlanta, are the
guests of Capt. and Mrs. Halier-
Miss Irma Scheusler has return
ed to her home in Roanoke, Ala.,
after a pleasant visit to Miss Doro
Mr. W. C. McBryde and family
will take possession of their pretty
home in Hast Newnan the tlrst of
Miss Frances Prather, of Ho-
gansville, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. I). 8. Summers, oil Spring
Mrs. T. P. Zellars left last week
for her home in Palmetto, carry
ing with her little Martha Orr
Violins, 3.00 to 5.25. Guitars, 3.00 to 6.-
75. Mandolins,.5.25. Banjos, 2.50 to 6.00.
Every one a beautiful and dependable instru
ment from one of America’s greatest music
houses. Fine for Xmas gifts.
Dolls of all kinds, from 1 Oc to 7.50 each.
An immense stock of the newest Toys.
Beautiful Work and Clothes Baskets—new
and novel patterns—all priced just right.
An immense line of elegant Stationery and
everything needed for correspondence; also,
beautiful Xmas Cards, Books, Pictures, ect.
Collar and Cuff Boxes and Toilet Goods in
bewildering abundance; and splendid line of
Pocket Books and Purses for ladies and gen
tlemen and Hand Bags for ladies.
A line of artistic China and Jap. Ware and
fine Cut Glass in great profusion. See it.
Give us your orders for fine Candies. Call
and see the tempting display of candies.
Mrs. Homer Lewis, of Atlanta,'
has returned home, after visiting
relatives for several days in the!
C. R. BRADLEY'S
Mr. and Mrs. Hawson Dent en
tertained several of their relatives
at a delightful ’possum dinnerSun-1
Mrs. Sarah Parrott will return
in a few days from a visit to Mrs.
Waller Booze, at Cedartown.
Mrs. Saddler, of prautville, has 1
returned, after a pleasant visit to
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Jones.
John Overby and little son,
William, spent several days of last
week at Longstreet.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Milner, of
Atlanta, are visiting their mother, ,
Mrs. R. F. Milner.
Mrs. Jack Powell and little son,
Wyatt, are visiting relatives in |
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. W. G.j
Post, a son, December 3rd.
Mrs. P. L. Sutherland spent'
Friday in Atlanta.
Mrs. W. B. Pringle visited At- i
Mrs. Allers Hertel spent Tuesg
day in Atlanta.
Mrs. Irving Walker visited At
J. E. Dent spent Tuesday-in At
Mr. James R. McKeUliu, a
prominent business man of At
lanta,who passed away on Sunday,
| Dec. 9th, was a brother-in-law of
Mrs. H. H. North, of Newnan.
He married a daughter of Capt.
; W. W. Draper, of Atlanta, who is
j well known in Newnan.
The Newnan Orchestra, under
the leadership of Prof. W. H.
Stubblevine, went to Luthersville
this afternoon to take part in the
concert at that place. The concert
is given by Prof. Albert Pender-
grast to raise money to pay for
' seats iu his school.
Thomas J. Wilkinson, Esq., has
accepted a position with H. C.
Glover & Co. and will be with that
firm until uext year when it be-
1 comes necessary for him to take
i charge of the office of Tax Receiver.
Our before Christmas sale of clothing for men,
young men and boys.
This is an unusual event that places part of our great stock
of winter suits and overcoats at your command at money sav
ing prices. From Saturday, Dec. 15 lo Dec. 25, we have de
cided to put on the market our entire stock of clothing at a
discount from 10 to 25 per cent, on each suit or overcoat. In
this stock you will find an almost endless variety of patterns
in garments of the latest fashion and guaranteed to fit per
fectly and give you satisfaction for your money. Remember,
it is not only the style and fit of our clothing that will appeal
to you, but excellent materials and workmanship that make
our values unquestionably the biggest in this town. This
you can readily see if you will call and let us show you our
goods and give you some prices. We have just received a
new shipment of clothing by express. Also have just re
ceived a new shipment of Stetson Hats in the very latest
styles. Give us a chance at you, and we will save you dol
lars on your purchases.
BARNETT, ST. JOHN & CO.