..ciwpjaN HERALD I Consolidated with Coweta Advertiser September, 1886. I
^Established 1888. ( Consolidated with Newnan--News January, 1916. f
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921
Vol. 56—No. 48
County News Items
Interesting facts Gathered During tlw \ffetk. by Our
Bev. B. D. Porter, of Baxley, ,i#spend-.
ing several days with relatives here.
Mrs. H. D. Smith, who has been de
lightfully entertained as the guest of
Mrs. W. D. Gibson, 1ms returned to her
borne at Tifton. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lindsey have re
turned from a visit of several days to
relatives in Anniston, Ala.
Misses Zadine Horn and Esther Du
mas, of Barnesville,' and Miss . Annie
Laura Butler, of Gogginsville, are guests
of Miss Carrie Belle Arnall this week.
Mrs. J. W. Aruall entertained a num
ber of the younger set riritli a picnic at
Starr’s mill on Wednesday evening last.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McKnight, Mrs. M.
E. Lincli and Mrs. G. L, Bow spent Sun
day in Carrollton.
Mr. and Mrs. 8fi. H. Estes and children
spent Sunday at Gay.^ Miss Margaret
Keith accompanied them, home, and will
/ be their guest for several days.
Miss Elizabeth Maun is spending the
week in Lutherville, i •
Mrs. R. E. McKnight entertained at
ten last Thursday evening, compliment
ing Miss Gordon and Miss Maddox, of
Atlanta, the guests of Miss Margaret
Miss Addie Lde Moses, of Turin, is
the guest of Miss Dorothy fingram, this
Miss Lillie'Hardin, who lias beep the
guest of Miss Pearl Freeman, has ■ re
turned to her home at Borne.
Mrs. J. T. Arnall has returned from
a visit to relatives at Turin. 1 .
Mr. 0. B. McDaniel, of Newnan, spent
•Sunday in Senoia. '
Mr. and Mrs. Will Henry Gordon
and little daughter and Miss Frances
Gordon, of Atlanta, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. McKnight Sunday.
Misses Elsie Gordon and Martha Mad
dox have returned to Atlanta, after a
visit of several days to Miss Margaret
Misses Mildred .and Begina Branden-
"burg are visiting Mrs. W. ;G. Hodnett, in
Mrs. W. E. Herrin anjl ..children have
returned from a visit with relatives in
Carrollton. * .
Mr. Henry Matthews, of San Antonio,
Texas, visited his Sister, Mrs^ W. M.
Keith, Sunday. x
Dr. and Mrs. Z. Greene of Newnan,
Miss Sarah Arnall and Mrs. Chas. Byder
of Birmingham, Mrs. A. L.. Jornigan of
.Greensboro, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. 'Elder
and Mrs. Conyers of Atlanta, and 1 Mrs.
G., D. Pollock of Birmingham, Ala., were
guests of Mrs. Annie,Davis.Tuesday.
' Col. B. F, MpKnight, and Miss
Jaynes, of Griffin, were guests of Miss,
ftouiola Davis, Sunday.
Mr. 0, 0. Enijreckin’, of Birmingham,
impending several days with- his mother
Mrs. Kiser, of Atlanta, is visiting her
son, Bev. C. 0, Kiser.'
■ Mr. E. L. Hooten, and family haVe- re-
turhed ...frmn.:^. short stay at Borden-
Wlieeler" Springti;'. i
Mr. B. P.-Daniel and fa
turned from a two-weeks
Sffliida, N., C, -
Mr. 0. Z. CroO'k entertained a group
of relatives arid friends with”a barbecue'
Tuesday at his country home neat; Senoia.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feltman have re-<
turned to Boston, Ga., after ah extended
visit to relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs., Uric Free and children,
of Homestead, Fla., are stopping here
for a few days, en route to North Caro_-
boa, where they will spend the remain
der of the summer.
Funeral services for Mr., Ernest Pow
ers, who died suddenly Sunday night of
heart failure at his home Iri Birming
ham Ala., were hold "Tuesday after-
I ii° r, at Baptist church here, Eev. ,T.
n. Cowart, of Decatur,' and Bev. C. C.
k'ser officiating. Mr.' Powers was 01
years old, and had brien a resident of
Senoia for about twenty years, moving
to Birmingham in 1920. He was pi;omi-
oent in th'e business affairs of Senoia,
end a consistent meniber of the Baptist
, urch. Besides his wife he is survived
V one brother, Mr. Geo. Powers, of
irmingham; three sons—’George Powers
“ Aorth Carolina, Leon and Phillip
, °' rers of Birmingham, and two daugh-
r ®’ “J 8 ' Dora Jackson of Byron, Ga.,
d Miss Clarice Powers of Birmingham,
funeral services for Mrs. H. T. Drew-
y. who died Sunday night; were hed
^vcdnesday morning at the residence
Bev, C. C.. ( Cary, a superannuated Meth-
ulist preheher now residing in Atlanta,
preached at Mt. Carmel church during
our protracted meeting. Although 73
years of age and a preacher for fifty-
four years, he is still a vigorous and elo
quent expounder of the gospel. He did
of the best preaching we linve
liegrd in many n dny, and hope to have
him with us again soon.
Grandmother Wallace is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Charlie Dalton, near
Mrs. T. D. Austin spent Sunday with
relatives at Bowdon.
Mr. Zach Turner is spending the week
with relatives in Newnan and Atlanta.
Mrs. C. S. Stary, who has been quite
sick, is impro’ving. /
Mr. C. I. Wallace and family, Mr. M.
J. Story-and family and Mr. J. T. Story
and family attended camp-meeting at
Flat Bock, Heard county, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Bobison, of. New
nan, spent Sunday with Mr. C. S, Story
Mr!' and Mrs. M. B, Story and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs; Frank Wallace
and baby attended services at the Pres
byterian churcii in Newnan Friday night.
Mrs. J. W. Turner and daughter, Inez,
and Mr. W. H. Wood spent Sunday af
ternoon at Homewood;
Mrs. I. N. ' Payton, of Homewood,
spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. S.
'Mr. and 'Mrs. Charlie Bobison, Mr.
Homer Wortham and Miss-Luvanna Sid
ney, of Riverside, attended services here
Thursday, and dined with Mr. J. W.
Turner and family.
Mr. A. P. Bowdon, of Newnan, at
tended. services here last week and help
ed wonderfully with the singing.
Messrs. Dora and Boy Wortham, of
Handy, spent Thursday and Friday with
Mr. J. B. BeaverB and family.
Mr. Beid Wager, of Griffin, spent last
week with his father here.
Mr. Chas. Pearson and Miss Fannie
►Pearson spent Sunday in Carroll county.
>Mr. arid Mrs. Brook Henson and chil
dren, Mjr. and Mrs. Gene Payton and
cljildren, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beavers
and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wood
and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Dyer attended church services near Ban
Mrs. Amanda Chawley and daughter,
Ida, and Mr. and Mrs. Buel Crawley,
of Atlanta, spent a few days with, rela
tives here last week.
Bov. Z. Speor conducted revival ser
vices at Bethel church the past weok, and
gained twenty-six converts for member
Mr. J. W. Byrom mid. family were
spend-the-dny guests of Mr. J. O. Hub-i
bnrd, at Farmdale, Sunday.
Miss Fannie Kompson, of Orchard'
Hill, spent the pnst week with Mrs. L. 0,
Bailey nnd Mrs. Albert Crawford.
Miss Grace Vollonwoider, of Atlanta,
spout several days with friends in our
I community the pnst weok,
Mrs. J. F. Bailey, of Newnan, spent
last week with relatives hero,
Mr. Alsie Moses and son, James, of
Mt. Zion, visited relatives boro recently..
Mr, J. E, Brittain nml family, of
Newnnn, were guests of Mr, and Mrs.
W. A. Balloy Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vickory, from nenr
Haralstm, spent Thursday with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morgan, of Stand
ing Book, spent Bevornl (lays last week
with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Byrom.
Mr. John Bailey, of Newnan, nnd Mr.
Paul Bailey, of -Welcome, .spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Li C. Bailey.
Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Vpllenweider, of
Fayetteville, visited Mr. Ed Hancock
anil family laBt Week.
Mrs. B. E. Byrom arid children spent
the weekend with relatives nenr S
Miss Bessie Brittain,, of Newnan, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. W. A. Bailey, last
week, ntul attended the revival meeting
at Bethel church.
Messrs. Bnymoml Wilson, Harmon
Morgan and Hugh Bowers, of Standing
Book, wero guests Sunday of Mr. Hurry
Mrs. Luthor.Snggs nnd son, of Mneon,
spent Snturduy with the former’s moth
er, Mrs. J. W. Wilson.
The Misses Centos, of Standing Bock,
viriitod MlsseB Lucile and Buth Hnrdln
the past weok.
Mr. Jay Adcock, of LnGrange, spent
Sunday afternoon hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Loy Morgnn, of Stand
ing Book, spoilt Friday with Mr. nnd i
Mrs. Frank Byrom.
Orville Wright wns talking at n Day-
ton dinner about the now Cnproui bi
plane which carries 100 passengers.
What will the scientists sny now!” ,ho
laughed; “Whon my brother nnd I wore
trying to fly the scientists proved thho
after time thut flight was impossible to
man. Afterward, when flying wns act*-
ally accomplished, they proved that air
planes Would never bo more than danger
ous toys; big, stablo ones couldn’t he
made; they’d he too heavy to rise. Thoso
scientists wevo like the old lady who
was taken to see the first trolloy car to
start in tho village. She lookod at the
car nnd sniffed: ‘It’ll never go.’ But
the car did go. It went beautifully.
Then the old lady, staring nt it, shriek
ed: ‘It’ll liovcr stop’.”
Protracted sorvlces closed nt Provi
dence church Saturday morning, with the
ordinance of baptism . There wore seven
teen additions to the church membership
—two by letter nnd fifteen on profession
of faith. Bov. W. E. Fuller preached
some able sermons (luring tho moetlng,
nnd Mr. Fred Lylo led the singing port
of the weok.
Mr, and Mils. Hnmp Kidd visited Mrs.
Alice Dnvls, in Newnnn, Monday.
• Misses Ruth MUllans, Mary Grimes
' nnd Xtmonn Strong are attending pro
tracted meeting nt Corinth this wook.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C, McKoy, Miss Lou
ise MeKipe nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. E. Boone
attended the Cnnip-Llndloy reunion lit
Grant Park, Atlanta, Friday.
Mr. Taylor Hodnott, ol' Savannah, Is
spending the weok with his mother, Mrs,
Janie Hodnott. i
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Stovnll nnd children
nnd Mr. Brondiis Amis, of Atlanta, vis
ited Bov. nnd Mrs. F. J. Amis lust weok.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Brondus Bilbo nnd Mrs:
Barnes nml sons, of Atlanta, spent Sun
day with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Bilbo.
Mr. Loo Stephens Is rushing to complo
tion tho cottage ho is building on tho lot
whore Mr. Howlotto Grimes’ residence
formerly Htood, mid it will soon bo rqndy
Mr. J, C. McKoy and fnmily and Mi
di E. Boone and fnmily nttendod services
at Bnnuili church, near Palmetto, Sun
A farmer not for from Greenwood is
snid to bo negotiating for the purchase
of sevornl mules. A neighbor of his
lion ring of the deal, asked him whnt he
was going to do with the mules. Ho said
he wns going to croBS them with cows
nnd thus put kick ih the milk.
Some .wives Bwoep the house with a
glance and go to the movies.
Sin_ never strikes for higher wnges.
Only hens should lay around.
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Mr. Paul Brown aijd sisters went over
to Griffin Monday, Jo attend the funeral
of '*heif si»te.ri r ;j|rs.. W. E. ’-Brown, who
mecrwtjra Sunday^ . .
Mjss Lula Belle Wingo has 1 returned
to her'home, near-Palmetto, after speed
ing a week with Miss Hyacinth Cook'.
Messrs. J. B. Wise nnd Paul Brown
went up to Atlanta, last Friday on busi
ness . - 1 ‘- '
Mr. arid Mrs. ;.T. B. Wisp. and; daughter,,'■
Elizabeth, Mr. 'and Mrs. W..tipi iOook and
c « Miss Hyacinth Cook'weritr-oyeiu.toVGrlffl.'i'
Mpniiay to attend the funeral of Mrs.
W. E, Brows. * i
Work on the new Methodist church is
progressing rapidly, and we hope to have
it finished in a few .weeks. -
Miss Anna Arnold has returned homo,
after a month’s visit with relatives ami
friends nt Barnesville.
•- Mr. Luther Brown and Prof. Cook, of
College' Park, wage guests of Misses An
nie and Emma Brown Sunday:
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Fair-
cloth and baby, of Barnesville, were
guests of Mrs. H. B. Arnold Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant and daughter,
Lucile, of Grantville, visited Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Cook Sunday.
Mr. Geo. Upshaw, of Decatur, visited
his sister, Mrs. J. R. Wise, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Grimes, of Handy,
were week-end guests of Mr. J. R. Wise
Bev. W. B. Brown and little daughter,
of Brooks, were guests of ’ Miss Annie
Brown for a few days the past week.
Miss Annie Lou Coggin, of Atlanta,
t-isited homefolks here Sunday. ,
Mr. Emory Upshaw, from near Ray
mond, was the guest of Mr. J. B. Wise
and family for several days last week.
Mrs. Ella May Roberts* returned to
Atlanta Sunday, after spending several
weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. T. Fer-1
An expression commonly heard among boys around
their favorite'wash-hole” or “swimming pond”—when
diving,, coming up with a handful of sand as evidence.
With apolgies for this expression, we are featuring
for the last few days of August, certain wanted items,
with the lame concrete evidence— less than 1914 Pre.
prices. , 1 ' '
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She had been ill several
Iwafio’ an ^ a * time of her death-
I .' ’“.yews of .age. She was formerly
. “ibe Shell,-daughter of the late
■ -*T - Besides her husband she is
I -dlt, r three daughters and one son;
I nf T , by ‘wo brothers, Col. J. W. Shell,
I Slir-ii l! 0 ,'! 8 ’ ® a -* an ‘l "Mr. Joe Frank
I j ”, Virginia, and three sisters, Mrs.
I Win;' t-'Peeomb of Newnna, Mrs. Lizzie
I 'Kn-.Y 1 . 18 °t Temple, and Mrs. Emmie
I t’drekin of Senoia.
|wli 0 U “r ra i l servicea for Mr. W. M. Keith,
' 1 , a t a hospital in Newnan on
I ducted S, 3y n Fi’t of laBt week, were con-
luiondL 34 resid ® nce here Friday
L- - »• -interment in the city eeme-
. Bobbed -hair,
I'lofrn T lr ’ lace stockings, rolled
ISweatAJ >Ckln P 8, 8hort shirts, lattice-work
fin th_ 8 an( > ‘‘make-up * * are ’included
I placed rx Prohibitions ' and restrictions
|Xe w Orwif , 8irl era P 1 07ee8 of one of
■It is staff? 8 hugest department stores.
Hake other department (Stores will
* SIOul nr regulations.
Mar-Hof (Hoflin) now—15.00—last yr. 29.75—in 1914 19,75
Mi*ss America Suits now—12.50—last yr. 25.00—in 1914 17.50
Middies and Middy Skirts ,now— 1.50—lasr yr. 3.00—in 1914 1.50
Regulation Gymnasium Bloomers, Navy and Black...now—4.35—last yr. 3.00—in 1914 1,75
Flannel Middies. now—5.50—last yr. 11.50’—in 1914 6.50
Finest Heavy Sweaters .now—12.50—last yr. 22.50—in 1914 16.00
Middy“Squares” J .now— 1.50—last yr. 3.00—in 1914 1.75
Middy Ties now—■ .85—last yr. 1.50—in 1914 1.00
l —j uiuimug at uie reaxueuue r p*ii
remains^wJL Mrs. Lewis Whittemore is visiting hex |
daughter in Atlanta this week.
It is no time for merchandise speculation. But those
anticipating their Fall requirements on above items, will
(\ye sincerely believe) acquire a sure saving.—Business
women, Teachers, College and High School Girls should
take advantage of this very special pricing event.
Miss/Mollie Bowen, of Newnnn, was
the guest of Mrs. J. K. Beavers last |
an early fall—for some
The cheapest vacation is to don n |
bathing suit and be photographed at |
and mice—that's RAT-SNAP, the old
reliable rodent destroyer. Comes In
cakes—no mixing with other food.
Your money back if it failk.
35c. size (1 cake) enough for Pantry,
Kitchen or Cellar.
65e* alze (2 cokes) for Chicken House,
coops, or small buildings.
91.25 size (5 cakes) enough for all
farm and out-buildings, storage build
ings,. or factory ./buildings.
Sold and Guaranteed by
LEE-KDfG DRUG COMPANY.
New Suits-New Dresses -New Skirts-New Blouses
COME SEE THEM—COME OFTEN
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rA DRUG Sc. BOOK COMPANY.
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