NEWNAN, FRIDAY, JAN. 29.
The Junior Readir.tr Circle hud its Inst
meeting with Miss Evelyn Wright on
Wednesday last. The programme was
Biographical sketch of Mary Mur-
phey—Miss Harriet Farmer.
Reading of one of Mrs. Murphey's
stories, “Drifting Down Lost Creelt”
— Miss Fannie Hill Herring.
Biographical sketch of Robert Love-
man—Miss Corrine Simril. Miss Simril
also read “The Rain Song,” by L've-
Biographical sketch of Madison Car-
Reading “Ode to Oglethorpe”—Mrs.
H. S. Carson.
Miss Simril gave a biographical
sketch of C. W. Hubner.
Sonnets to Lanier and Timrod —Miss
The next meeting will be with Miss
Luta Warlick, at the residence of Mrs.
Fowler, on Jackson street.
A lovely event of Tuesday afternoon
was the bridge party with which Miss
Willie Herring complimented Miss Mar
tha Greene, a bride-elect, and her
guest, Miss Martha Glover, of Birm
ingham, Ala. The house was decorated
for the occasion in ferns and growing
narcissi. After the games a delicious
salad course with ice tea was served,
and the popular bride-elect was pre
sented with two hand - embroidered
towels. The guests were Misses Martha
Greene, Martha Glover, Mae Cole. Har
riet Farmer, Fannie Hill Herring, Ne-
velle Arnold, Florine Walker, Dorothy
Gardner Cole, Frances Arnold, Grace
Davis, Evelyn Wright, Georgia Atkin
son, Mrs. Cecil Hamilton, Mrs. John
Mrs. DeWitt Poole won the club
prize, a pair of silk hose, and Mrs. N.
E. Powei drew the consolation, a piece
of neckwear, at the bridge party at
which Mrs. Wade Dent entertained
Wednesday afternoon at her home on
Temple avenue. Those present were
Mesdames DeWitt Poole, N. E Powei,
Mildred Camp, H. C. Arnall, jr., J. T.
Kirby. Geo. Brown, T. G. Farmer, jr.,
Will Woodroof, J. S. Gibson, Clill Glov
er, Irvine Walker.
Miss Evelyn Wright entertained the
Young Ladies’ Bridge Club very de
lightfully on Saturday last. The visit
ors were Mi3S Martha Glover, of Birm
ingham, Ala., and Miss Theodora At
kinson, who spent the week-end at
home. Others present were Misses Mae
Cole, Harriet Farmer, Fannie Hill Her
ring, Grace Davis. Willie Ilerriri"', D >r-
othy Gardner, Mary Powell, Novella
Arnold. Martha Greene, Frances Ar
nold, Mrs. Cecil Hamilton and Mrs.
Among those going to Atlanta Satur
day to see “Within the Law” were Mrs.
Sam Banks, Mrs. Walker Arnall, Mr.
and Mrs. W. G Post, Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Cole, Mrs. E. G. Cole and Miss Lula
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Mrs. Joe Arnall was hostess for the
Young Matrons’ Club on Wednesday af-
ternoon, at her home on Wesley si rent.
Several of the members were present
and a lovely salad course was served.
After spending several days with
friends and relatives in Atlanta, Mrs.
Irvine Walker and Miss F'orine Walker
returned home Monday.
Miss Lucile Summers has returned
home, after spending several weeks in
Atlanta with her sister, Mrs. J. J.
Misses Florence and Bessie Dent re
turned Tuesday from a visit of several
days with Miss Elizabeth Ramey, in At
Mrs. W. J. Neel, of Cartersville, and
Mrs. W. C. 1,aider, of West Point, spent
Thursday cf last week with Mrs. R. N.
Miss Mattie Reid Robinson, a mem
ber of the faculty of Bessie Tift Col
lege, spent the week-end at home.
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Mr. and Mrs. Lum Swint left Wed
nesday for Brunswick, after spending
some time with Mrs. Jane Swint.
Mrs. B. II. Pinson will return to
morrow from Montezuma, where she
has been visiting her parents.
Mrs. Mildred Camp and Mrs. Annie
F. Orr spent the week-end with Mrs.
H. C. Fisher, in Atlanta.
Mrs. Eula McWilliams and little
daughter, of Atlanta, are the guests of
Mrs. N. E. Hopkins.
Miss Theodora Atkinson, who is study
ing in Atlanta, spent Saturday and
Sunday at home.
Miss Katherine Powei, of Newnan. is
spending the week in Atlanta.—Atlan
Miss Mao Cole is spending a few
days with her sister, Mrs. W. G. Lee,
Miss Jeannette Wilhoit, of Greenville,
is spending the week with Miss Inez
Mrs. Z. Greene and Miss Martha
Greeno are spending several days in
Miss Grace Davis has returned from
a visit to Mrs. Hugh North, in Hogans-
Miss Sara Peniaton is the guest of
Miss Helen Smilh, at College Park.
Death Claims Another Old Citizen.
Mr. Basil Smith, probably Coweta's
oldest male resident, died Sunday
morning at the homo of his daughter,
Mrs. J ns. K. Polk, near Moreland. He
was ill but a few days. Pneumonia de
veloped Thursday afternoon, after
which he grew rapidly worse, and final
ly passed away Sunday mornin: at 10
"Unde Basil,” as he was affection
ately known, was 92 years of age,
nearly the whole of his long and useful
life having been spent in this county.
Coming to Coweta in his early manhood
he located on n good farm near More
land, where he cultivated successfully
seventy crops--a long span of life in
Ho leaves tan daughters —Mrs. Jas.
K. Polk, with whom he made his home
for a period of twenty-six years, and
Mrs. John M. Ilindsman. lie leaves
also fifteen grandchildren and sixteen
great-grandchildren. Some of the for
mer are Mis. Linnie Clarke of Atlanta,
Mrs. E P. Hurst of Lutherville, Mrs.
•I. VV. Pouncoy of Washington, 1). C.,
Mrs. Hugh Camp of Moreland, B. Paul
Smith of Newnan, and Robert B.
Puckett of Fitzgerald. His wife and
three children preceded him to the
Great Beyond many years ago.
Funeral services were held at the
Methodist church in Moreland, where
he had long been a member, his pastor,
Rev. Firley Baum, officiating. His six
grandsons acted as pallbearers. He
was laid to rest beside his wife in the
cemetery at Moreland.
Sunday-school was almost "rained
out” Sunday. We hope to have a bet
ter attendance next Sunday. Our les
sons are so interesting we can’t afford
to miss one.
Mr. H. B. Arnold made a business
trip to Atlanta Tuesday.
Mr. Herman Coggin spent several
days last week with his aunt at Wel
Mr. Robt. Ferrell, of Cedar Creek
district, was the guest of Miss Lucile
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wood spent the
week-end with the latter’s mother,
Mrs. Penelope Houston, in Corner
Mr. Floyd Ferrell attended Sunday-
school at McCollum Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Aivan Whittemore, of Palmetto,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
Mrs. J. T. Brown and children spent
several days last week with relatives
Mrs. Ben Cochran, of Atlanta, was
i the guest of her sister, Mrs. Parks
j Redwine, last week.
So not n EnterpHao-Guaotto, 28th Inst.
A marriage which excited much inter
est in our city occurred Sunday after
noon nl 3:30 o'clock, when Mrs. Anna
Edwards, of this city, and Mr. C. E.
Warlick, of Newnan, were happily
united in the holy bonds of matrimony
ut the home of the bride.
Against a massive bank of ferns the
bride and groom stood in the taper-
lighted parlor, and in the presence of
quite a number of relatives and friends
Rev. J. H. Cowart performed the cere
mony in an impressive manner. The
bride wore a beautiful coal suit of
prune sliadi, with hat and gloves to
Mrs. T. P. Blakely received the
guests of honor. A delightful salad
course was served by Miss Ruth Rape,
Mrs. W, F. Beggarly and Mrs. J.C.
The bride is one of Sonoia's best
Christian ladies and has many friends
here. Mr. Warlick is a gentleman of
worth and integrity, and highly es
teemed by those who know him.
The happy couple went to Newnan
Sunday night, where an elegant recep
tion was tendered them.
The eyes have a very large bearing
on the efficiency of men, not only di
rectly in defective vision, but indirectly
upon the general health.
One great trouble is that one-half the
world is trying to make a bigger show
than the other half.
Greatest of AiB
Piles ( ured in 6 to 14 Days
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
<) i \ I'M l .\T fails to cure any case 01 Itching,
Wind. Plecditiq or Protruding Pilesinfitol4 day .
The Hr.a a;>iduffuiun y.'w^y La e ami GQc.
MANY DISORDERS COME FROM LIVER
Are Yon Just at Odds With Your
self? Do You Regulate Living?
Are you sometimes ar. odds with your
self and with the world? Do you won
der what ails you? True, you may he
I patina regularly and sleeping well.
| Yet something h the matter! Consti-
; nation, headache, nervousness and bil-
I hum spoils indicate a rtlUggish liver.
I The tried remedy is Dr. King’s New
I Li fir Fills. Only 2De. at. your druggists’.
4 Bucklen’s Arnica Salve for akin
The most wonderful thing In the world
la lovo expressed In the holploss Infant.
And among those aids and comforts for
expectant mothers is tlm well known
This Is an external application to
enable the abdominal muscles to In come
more pliant, to expand naturally without
undue pain from the strain upon cords
In almost every settled community are
women who have enjoyed the blessing of
this fame u romi ill il an 1 helpful embro
cation. Their daughters have grown up
to learn of Its splendid assistance.
Applied as directed upon those muscles
Involved it son then the tine id (work of
nerves with which all ti • iuu are
supplied. Thus ; great share nl* the pains
so much dr< «• b- I in l.-- ■
porloi I of i tutu 1 •
ea.so mid comfort.
Anything ihat adds m
must !*•• count.-.j n
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ful information Is
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SPRING and SUMMER
YOU ARE ESPECIALLY INVI
TED TO BE PRESENT AT OUR
Semi-Annual Exhibition Of
Spring Fabrics and Fashions
FROM THE GLOBE TAILORING CO.,
Makers o( the Celebrated "Needle-Molded 11 Clothes, on
Feb. 1 and 2
We hope you will embrace ibis opportunity and see ibis
unusual display, in full length drapes, of these newest fabrics
in llieir attractive colorings and weaves. Make your selection,
a biasing indeed,
nt by mill much uac-
iv*’M to lie xpi ilcncetl
nv t • ure “Mother’H
1 'old cnlClb'V i ri-twin.
Hid write ior I- »ok to
I want to reduce my stock.
I want to convert merchandise into money.
I have a good proposition for you. I will give away a pair of $3.50 shoes every Saturday. I
will give to you for every dollar’s purchase a coupon which has a value of five cents in trade on a
dollar purchase. These coupons will be redeemable after May 1st, 1915, and in the meantime call
at our store and let us explain more fully.
EVERY SATURDAY will be a big day for YOU as well as OURSELVES.
Money Saved is Money Made
Begin now to pay cash, and save the discounts. Somebody will be given a pair of $3.50 shoes
every Saturday, absolutely free of cost.
W. M. ASKEW
NEWNAN, - - GEORGIA