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County News Items
Interesting Fact, Gathered During tho Week by Our
The afternoon train, Monday, came
limping into town more than an hour
late. A cylinder head had blown out
between here and Moreland, which
made the engineer's movements some
thing like a boy’s hop. B t for safe
and satisfactory service commend us to
the A. & W. P. road. It has been
many a day since an accident of serious
consequence has taken place, and it is
safer to travel on its trains than it
sometimes is to stay at home.
Protracted services will begin at the
Methodist church next Sunday night.
The pastor, Rev. C. 11. Branch, will be
assisted by Rev. Luke G. Johnson, D.
D. , of Grace church, Atlanta, who is a
strong and able preacher. Rev. Firley
Baum, of Moreland, will assist in the
singing. It is the earnest hope of the
church and pastor that the meeting will
result in a gracious revival.
Many friends will regret to learn of
the death of Mr. W. M. Scoggins,
which occurred at Moreland last Friday.
He was stricken with paralysis on
Thursday, and death came the next day.
Mr. Scoggins was for many years a
citizen of iGrantville, and two of his
daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Robinson and
Mrs. Tom Sims, reside here now. He
was buried at Moreland Saturday.
The Woman’s Missionary Society held
an interesting and profitable meeting
Monday afternoon, at the home of Mrs.
Glenn Arnold. Mrs. T. M. Cellars led
the devotional exercises, and Mrs. S.
E. Leigh, chairman of the committee
on Bocial service, presented an attrac
tive programme. The special topics
discussed were "The Child in the
Midst," and some phases of social
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Latimer, accom
panied by Mrs. Irby White, Miss Mar
tha Andrews and Miss Lottie White,
motored to Newnan Tuesday after
Miss Annie Council returned from At
lanta Tuesday, after undergoing a suc
cessful operation for appendicitis, and
much improved in general health. Her
former pupils gave her quite an ovation,
meeting her at the train with tlowers and
cordial greetings, and her friends were
equally warm in their welcome. She
wlil remain here until sufficiently strong
to make the trip to her home at High
Point, N. C.
Miss Margaret Herring left Tuesday
on a business trip to Newman, Green
ville ami Lutherville. Mis9 Herring is
intent on getting one of The Herald
prizes, ami is in a fair way to succeed.
Colds, much on the order of grip, are
quite prevalent hereabout.
Miss Bessie Copeland, of LaGrange,
spent the week-end here with her
mother, Mrs. 1!. F. Copeland.
Mrs. Rebecca Lester is spending
some time with her son, Mr. T. M.
Ur. F. M. Gordy, representing the
U. S. Census Bureau, was here Tuesday,
gathering facts as to Grantville's manu
Mrs. Rochester and Miss Ruth John
son, of Norcross, were the guests of
their sister, Mrs. F. H. Letson, several
days last week.
Misses Eva Coey and Julia Pierce
spent Saturday in Atlanta.
Mrs. M. B. Lambert and Mrs. D. B.
Lambert spent Monday in Hogansville.
Mrs. T. E. Culbreath, of Palmetto,
spent a short while with her daoghter,
Mrs. E. B. Cotton, Monday afternoon.
Miss Annie Lester, of Newnan, spent
the week-end with homefolks here.
Some gardening done this week. It
is the traditional time to plant Irish
potatoes—dark nights in March.
Dr. S. B. Cousins has accepted the
pastorate of White Oak Grove church
for the present year, preaching the
third Sunday in each month.
Mr. J. R. Thurman, of Newnan, was
the guest of the writer one night last
week, and needless to say his visit was
enjoyed and appreciated.
Trains on the A., B. & A. road make
stops now at Grover, near the Line
Creek crossing. This will prove quite
a convenience to the people of that
Rev. E. C. Smith, of Newnan, was
here Monday. His accomplished daugh
ter, Miss Mary A. Smith, is a teacher
in Turin High School, and very popular
with both pupils and patrons. Miss
Jonhson, the principal, is also held in
high esteem, and is making a great
success of the school.
Rev. Mr. Russell will fill his appoint
ment at the Presbyterian church next
Mrs. O. P. Lindsey and Miss A. M.
Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday in
Mr. R. T. Moses spent Wednesday in
Atlanta, and returned home with a
handsome new motorcycle.
Our Baptist friends are observing
week of prayer this week, and the ser
vices are being well attended.
Mrs. V. P. Enloe, Mrs. Zeb Christo
pher and Capt. J. B. Walker have all
been on the sick list, this week, but are
reported better to-day.
Are You Rheumatic- Try Sloan's.
If you want quick and real relief from
rheumatism do what so many thousand
other people are doing—whenever an
attack comes on, bathe the sore muscle
or joint with Sloan’s Liniment. No
need to rub it in—just apply the lini
ment to the surface. It is wonderfully
penetrating. It goes right to the seat
of trouble and draws the pain almost
immediately. Get a bottle of Sloan’s
Liniment for 25c. of any druggist and
have it in the house—against colds, sore
and swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica
and like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it does give almost
The remains of Miss Pauline Glass
were brought from Woodbury to Sharps-
burg for interment Monday. After a
funeral service by Rev. J. 11. Cowart,
of Senoia, they were laid to rest be
side those of her parents. Robt. Glass
and wife, who died several years ago.
She was a granddaughter of the late
Capt. Henry A. North. Miss Glass
was a trained nurse, and was attending
a pal lent at Woodbury when stricken
with the illness which caused her death.
She was a tine woman, loved and es
teemed by all who knew her. The
bereaved relatives have our since sym
People Ask Us
i What is the best laxative? Years of
experience in selling all kinds leads us
to always recommend
aa the safest, surest and most satisfac
tory. Sold only by ua, 10 cents.
John R. Cates Drug Co.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Notice is hereby grivtn to ail creditors of th« es
tate of Elizabeth Wurthen. late of sa>d >un-
ty. deceased, to render in an account of tht.q de
mands to nif within the time prescribed by* law,
properly made out: ard all persons indebted to
said deceased are hereby requested to make .imme
diate payment to the undersigned. This feh. 5,
1915. Prs. foe. S3 73. /
P. M. WALTOM, E*ec*tor.
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When you buy your dyes or anything else
in the drug line from us you may KNOW that
you get the best. We do not allow anything to
grow stale and palm it off on our patrons. We
want the CONFIDENCE of this community;
the way to get it is to DESERVE it.
We want those who do not buy their drug
store things from us to ask about us from those
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