Greenville St. Neighborhood Club.
.Mr. and Mr*. P. B. Murplmy enter-
Mr J. P. Bradley spent several days
in the eitv this week.
Complimentary to Miss Frederick.
Mins Virginia Freeman began the
week's Koeinl pleasnre with n lovi lv en
tertainment Monday availing, for Miss p ,s Bn
hdnn Frcdarick, of Mnishallville, who \|, aud Mrs DeWitto Poole, Misses
I ns been the admired pin-st of Mrs Sum Julia May Hackney, Nellie Lou Walton,
Banks. JOnta Brannon and Messrs. Bob Orr,
Miss Freeman received her guests in ydeveltind Orr, and Pierce DePass.
her usual cordial manner and the even- —
Wl "* thoroughly enjoyed Ada- Sewing Club.
Iiglilful luncheon ot two courses was
served buffet iii the parlor anil sitting! The Sewing Club had a pleasant meet-
room Ten couples wen present, . mg with Mias Eddie North Friday af
ternoon. Wimple refreshments were
served. Those present were: Misses
Frances and Mae Herring, Nolle Rus
sell, Ysahol Salhide, Martha Wright,
Christine Arnold, Sarah Buchanan, Eve
lyn Martin, Lida Brown, Marie I»ong
and Mrs. Paul Smith.
tamed the Greenville Street Neighbor-1 Mrs. D. L Adams lies returned to hor
hood Huh Friday evening. home in West Point after a pleasant vis-
Heveral hours iiassed most pleasantly it to relatives in the city,
while playing Bridge. Afterwards the j Mrs _ K . C . Prather and children. Olive
guests were served wit ha delie.ious lunch- | anrl c< of Hogansville, visited Mrs.
cm of two courses. Those present were: . Jy s Summors , nst W( , ek
Mr. and Mis II. If. North, Mr, and Mrs. j
Mr and Mrs B. O. Jones,! Mr. Preston Hill, of Atlanta, visited
Miss Onie Brannon interlnltied
laidge Club Tuesday afternoon,
game was played prtigiesBivelv at
Mrs. Greene making the highest
score was presented a beautiful water-
< olor picture, the clever work
hostess Miss Nettie Orr drew I
eolation, a dainty piece ot
The booby fell to Mrs. P. IS. Muiphey, a
taiautifnl Japanese ten kettle. The next
meeting will ho with Mrs. .1 S. Gibson.
Mrs. B II. North was hostess of the
tlm Twelve Club Friday afternoon at her
the eon protty cottage on Greenville St. After
statuary i several games of dominoes, a most de
lightful luncheon was served buffet in
the dining room.
Wcdiitiday Afternoon Club.
Miss Evelyn Martin was hostess Tues
day afternoon of the Wednesday After
noon (Huh complimentary to Miss Mar-
ilia Hill, of Greenville, the guest of
Miss Surali Buchanan. There were no
primes given. After the game a delight
ful luncheon was served
Those present were: Misses Nolle Rus
sell, Martha Wright, Lida Brown, Chris
tine Arnold, May Herring, Fiances
Ihrnng, Eddy North, Sarah Hu.diiiiiiiii,
Martha Hill, Ysnlinl Salhide and Mrs.
Mrs. Mike Powell entertained
Twelve most pleasantly Thursday af
After several games of dominoes, a
very tempting luncheon was served in
the dining room. The members of the
i lull are: Mesdaines Mike Powol, T. M.
(ioodrutn, .1. T. Kirby, N. E Powell,
Louis Hill, If. O. Jones. F. B. Colo, H.
II. North, Annie E. (h-r and Miss May
Miss Edna Frederick returned the llrst,
nt the week to Marslmllville. after a
Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Parks entertained
several couples nt a delightful six o’clock
dinner Saturday evening in honor of
Miss Ada Williams and Mr. (Mill Do
Miss < >iiifi Brannon siamt several days
in Gruntville last week.
Mrs. Z. Greene will leave next, week
fora visit to Mrs. Woodyard, at La
Mrs. Roy Cole left last week for a vis
it of some length to Atlanta.
Mrs. Uallahur and Mrs. Ed McKen
zie, of Montezuma, are expected the
latter part, of the week to visit Mrs. II
relatives in the city this week.
Mrs Irving Walker is visiting in At
Miss Ethel Ashford left Thursday af
ter being delightfully entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. E K Dent.
Mrs. H. H. North spent Tuesday ill
Mr. Olin Dozier, of Columbus, spent
the week end with friends in Newnan.
Misses Nona Cotter and Marie Long
have returned from a very pleasant visit
to friends in Senoia.
Miss Ada Williams, of Atlanta, spent
severnl days with her sister, Mrs. Byrd
Parks, this week.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. f^uillian have re
turned from a pleasant visit, to their
daughter, Mrs. Harry Cleveland, at
Mr. Carl Pickett, of Atlanta, was the
guest of friends in the city Sumlny.
Mr. C C. Parrott left Wednesday on
a short trip to Philadelphia.
Mr. Jon-Hall, of Jackson, visited
friends in the city Sunday.
Miss Virginia Freeman returned Fri
day from a delightful visit to Miss Lu
cy Beck at Griflln.
Kate Snead, Messrs. J.
Joe Wall, of Jackson, at dinner Sun-
Mrs. II. C. Fisher and Mrs. II.
Fisher spent Thursday in Atlanta.
Mi. Robert Orr spent several days in
('lUTollton last week.
Miss Sarah Huchaimn has as her guest
licit visit to Mr. end Mrs Sam Hanks. Miss Maltha Hill, ot
The City Grocer
Why pay 80c per pound for
Candy? We sell Lowneys at 60c.
Its as good as they make. We
have the exclusive agency for
Lowneys Chocolates in packages
The City Grocer
Things Good to Eat.
THE “1” PHONE y |
One of the most delightful affairs of
tin-season was the “Tacky Masquerade”
given by Mr. and Mrs. Duurd Bullard
outlie 24th. The following young la
dies, in their quaint costumes, were a
Miss Susie Burr leaves Thursday for j charming addition to the personnel of
a visit to relatives at New Orleans. the party: Misses Emuiic Terry Snead,
Louise Beckman, Mary Johnson. Lutio
Miss Katie Arnold entertained Miss, , „ . .
, u , Golighlv, Ethel Smith, Jack Smith,
A. Simmons mid | • ’
Luoile Condor, Mary Condor, Mis. L.
, P. Bullard. Miss Louise Beckman was
awarded the prize for tho most perfect
Mrs. T. S. Bailey spent Friday in At- representation of the "village spinster.”
Mr. mill Mrs. R. 0. Bachelor enter
tained at dominos oil Inst. Friday at
their home, on Church St. Those pres
ent were:' Miss Louise Beckman and
Hugh Johnson, Miss Emmie Terry
Snead mid Percy Clark. Dr. and Mrs.
T. P Bullard. Mes Mary Johnson with
Mr Hcrnimi Johnson, Mr. mid Mrs.
H. C. GLOVER & COMPANY.
Interesting Matting News
ssSt snS' ^ >2* "SU
WE’VE just received a rush shipment of
Mattings and are now prepared to give you
almost anything you want in the Matting
line. See them—the prices we name mean
good values and should interest everyone—
“25 to 40c yard. M
We are also showing some very attrac
tive things in the way of Rugs, Art Squares
and Lace Curtains.
Now is the time to beautify your home.
See this Department before the stock is
** Come or Phone 111 «•
H. C. GLOVER & COMPANY.
Mrs. Hugh Orr and Muster Dawson
Orr, of Washington, D. O., are visiting
Mrs. T. P. Zollnis on Charcb Street.
Edgar Walthall, of New York City,
ut one time n citizen of Palmetto,visited
his sister, Mrs. AlbertBritt-iau, recently.
Miss Burney Steed, of Atlanta, is!
visiting Mrs. Mary Steed on Main St.
Mis. Dtinrd Bullard will leave soon
; for nil extended visit to her old home in j
Percy Clark, the assistant cashier of I
the Palmetto Bank, left Monday for
! Dallas, to assume the place ot cashier of
| the bunk at that place. Mrs. Clark, Ills |
mother, will remain at the St. Elmo |
Hotel until spring.
Clyde Givens and wife, of LaGrange, |
are visiting relatives in town
Miss Annie Gene Gulbreatli is the)
guest of friends in Alabama.
G. Williams and wife announce the j
birth of a son. -
Gene Call)]), of Riverton, spent Snt.ur-
doy and Sunday with his daughter,Mrs.
Howard Johnson, one of the most ef
ficient young clerks in the civil service, |
! spent several days nr home this week, j
Misses I’allie Abrams and Lutie j
Golightly spent Tuesday with friends in j
J. B. Daniel and bride, of Texas, are
visiting E. B. Daniel and family.
■ Miss Jimmie Cole is visiting friends!
Miss Susie Barr, of Newnan, spent
the week-end with Miss Bird Stitli, on
; Toombs Street.
Mesdames Sam Faver, A. B. Cares
and Tom Camp,of Newnan. were recent
visitors to Mrs. Casper Smith.
Coweta’s School Fund.
State School Commissioner W.
B. Merritt and his assistants have
completed the apportionment of
the 19o7 school fund to the vari
ous counties of the State.
The basis of this year’s appor-
1 tionment is $$.5R per pupil of
: school age, according to the last
school census, which is 12 cents
more per pupil than last year, and
by .just that much the largest ap
portionment ever made.
Coweta’s part of the school fund
amounts to $15,817.56. This
amount dot's not include the sum
apportioned to the city of Newnan.
This sum will be announced later.
Money to loan on real estate at S per
During the month
of February you can
buy any Suit or
Overcoat in our
stock at a great re
duction. This gives
you not only selec
tion from the most
complete stock of
Men’s Fine Ciothes
in the city, but
choice of the finest
and best made cloth
ing to be had any
where. We must
have room—our new
Spring lines are now
in transit and we
must make room. It is your gain and our loss
but it will finally be our gain as well, for it
enables us to begin next season with an entire
New Stock. It’s the wise man who takes ad
vantage of these timely reductions and supplies
not only his present wants but future needs as
Barnett, St. John & Company