The Newnan Herald
hs-wnAN HERALD I Consolidated with Coweta Advertiser September, 1880, I
W Established I860. ( Consolidated with Newnan News January, 1016. f
NEWNAN, GA„ FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921
Vol. 56—No. 52
County News Items
Interesting Facts Gathered During the Week by Our
Mrs. J. T. Arnall spent Thursday in
Mrs. J. C. Arnall, of Oklahoma City,
is the guest of Mrs. Nixon Arnall.
Mrs. Harry Callaway, of LaGrange,
is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Hand.
Col. W. C. Turpin, of Macon, was in
the city Sunday.
Mrs. E. H. Estes spent last week-end
Mrs. Wm. Anderson, of Knoxville,
Tenn., is the guest of Mrs. Maude At
kinson this week.
Mrs. W. D'. Gibson left Sunday morn
ing for Royston, where she has accepted
a place as teacher in the high school.
Miss Lueile Morgan has gone to At
lanta, and will spend the winter there.
ltev. 0. C. Kiser and little son, Ma
rion, are spending a few days in At
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lmdsey were in
Mr. Emory Cocke, of Atlanta, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hunter Sun
il rs. Brunner and two children, of
Savannah, are guests of Mrs. W. P.
Baggnrly this week.
Mrs. M, H. Couch is visiting Mrs. S.
.1. Elder, in Atlanta, this week.
Mrs. J. H. McKnight, Miss Opal Mc-
Knight, Miss Ella May Freeman and
Messrs. Ben and Leon McKnight spent
.Sunday in Grantville.
Mrs. Maude Atkinson and her guest,
Mrs. Win, Anderson, spent the week-end
Mr. .1. 1>, Thurman, who has been at
tending loinnter school ot the Ga.-Tech.,
is at home for a few days. He will
leave Sunday next to resume his work at
that institution, which opens on Monday.
Mrs. W. D. Gibson entertained ten
friends at a dinner party on Thursday
evening last, complimentary to Mrs.
AVm. Anderson, of Knoxville, Tenn,
The School Improvement Club enter
tained at the school; building Friday af-
" (rniooli HT"compliment to the pupils
and teachers, quite a number of the pat-
i oils being present. Some time was spent
in formulating 'plans for the improve
ment of the building and grounds and
for a better understanding and co-opera
tion between patrons and teachers. Re
freshments were served after the meet
Mrs. Nixon Arnall entertained at an
afternoon tea Friday, complimentary to
Mrs. J. C. Arnall, of Oklahoma, and Mrs.
Wm. Anderson, of Knoxville, Tenn.
About sixty guests called during the af
Mrs, R. E. McKnight entertained at
a dinner party Monday evening in com
pliment to Mrs. J. C. Arnall, the guest
of Mrs. Nixon Arnall.
Mrs. Lee Hand and Mrs. W. E. Lind
sey were joint hostesses at a domino
party Wednesday afternoon, complimen
tary to Mr. J. C. Arnall, Mrs. Wm. An
derson and Mrs. Harry Callaway, who
are visiting here this week.
A six-room dwelling belonging to Mr.
G. C. Moore was destroyed by fire Mon
day night. Tile origin of the fire is un
known, as the house had been vacant for
several months. Heroic work by the
bucket brigade prevented damage to
houses near by.
Syrup-making, seems to be the order
of the day in this section.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sewell and young
soil, Joe, spent the week-end witli rela
tives in Atlanta.
Little Miss Rebie Sue Smith is visit
ing her aunt, Mrs. Otis Tai'leton, in At
Mrs. Tom Brown ami baby are visit
ing Miss Beulah Turner, near Rico.
Misses Enima Kate and Evelina Lam
bert, of Dodson, spent Saturday with
their aunt, Mrs. J. W. Sprayberry.
Miss Mary Sprayberry had as guests
Sunday Miss Ethel Lnsaetter, of Camp
bell county, and Miss Erma Brunei - ,
Miss Alma Hood, of Roseoe, and Misses
Hattie Mae Lang and Marie Brimov
were dinner guests of Misses Ruth and
Lena Tarleton Sunday.
Miss Marie Brirncr is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. N. E. Watkins, in Atlanta.
Several of our young people attended
preaching at Madras Friday night.
.^Migs .-Peart .Biwayto'ry..-dined....
Miss Ruby Tarleton, at Roseoe, Sunday.
Mrs. M. 8. Archer, Mrs. Will Coclirnn
and Mr. Rufus Coohran were week-end
guests of relatives and fronds nt Col
Mrs. Jule Garrett and' Miss Ethel Gar
rett visited Mr. and Mrs. Ode Garrett,
in Newnan, Sunday.
Mr. anil Mrs. Alvnn Chandler outer-
tallied ns Sunday guests Rev. H, E,
Stipe, of Moreland, and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Ormond Wilson Is now in Jack
sonville, Fla., whero he has a fine posi
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sprntlin had as
guests on Sunday last Mr. and Mrs.
Colie Knight, of Rooky Mount.
Mr. Antony Groves, of Camp Benning,
Columbus, is spending a short furlough
with his wife hero.
Mr. and Mrs. dolin'-Poavy, of Man
chester, spent Sunday with Mrs. Ella
Dr. M. S. Archer spent several days
in Canton last week, and was in Atlanta
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hobbs and chil
dren, Mrs. O. I. Albrght and Mrs. Will
Almon visited relatives and friends at
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Chandler, Miss
Bessie Lassettcr, Miss Clara. Williams,
Mr. John Williams ■ and Miss McDonald
attended services nt the Presbyterian
church in Greenville Sunday.
Mrs. I. 0. Albright lias returned from
an oxtended visit to her sister, Mrs.
O’Kelly, at Lognnsville, and her daugh
ter, Mrs. JesBie Lnssetter, in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller and chil
dren, of Grantville, and Mr. and .vies.
Leonard Todd, of HbgansviHe, spout
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fu.ler.
Dr. R. A. Hardaway spent Monday
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris, of St.
Charles, were guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Braswell,
Tlie Epworth League of the Methodist
church was conducted Thursday evening
by Mr. Eugene Hopkins. A very inter
esting program was rendered.
. Mr. J. U. McKoon has opened n now
undertaking establishment in Newnan,
but will continue to look after ids bust
iH section is still suffering from tile
nnd Mrs. J. R, Wise and daughter
p to Atlanta Tuesday,
mil Mrs. J. C. Brown nnd baby,
tur, were week-end guests of rol-
Mr. tardier Brown, of College Park,
is spending a fow days with his sister,
Miss 'Annie Brown.
Mrs. D. I,. Johnson, of Atlnntn, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. L. 8. Wliitte-
Several from our community attended
the singing at Pleasant Hill church Sum
Mr. Paul Bailey, of Welcome, spent
tlie week-end with relatives'here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Morgan, of Stand-
-Pearl :&waxbflj'rx.-diaBd.-.witlt}.higi.-Itook,- waited- Mrs. R. P; Byroni
Mrs. Dieie TlSwell, of Gay, spent
several days last week with Mrs. G. B,
Messrs. Harry Hardin, L. C. Bailey
and G. B, Byrom went up Newnan Sat
The joy of a kind act is from the
same source as that of anything well
done—it is all in the doing and not in
the gratitude of those for whom it is
Willis and Katherine Brown,
relatives in LaGrange Sunday.
Hogan, of Carrollton, is visiting
iter, Mrs. Lula Cates,
religious serviees being conduct-
by Rev. Mr. Todd and wife eon-
grow in interest.
Miss Annie Brown and Mr. L. C.
visited their stator, Mrs. J. J.
nt Moreland, Tuesday.
D. L. Cooper, of Bethlehem, is
her mother, Mrs. C. H. Brown,
Epworth League mot Sunday
with a good attendance. Lot nil
to make onr league one of tlie
in the circuit.
•k on onr now Methodist church is
rnlng favorably, nnd it 1b begin
ning: to look “real churchy.”
Pfjpf. Murphy has moved ids family
aid we extend them a hearty wol-
Tlicy are occupying what is
as the Fields place.
liB. J. P. and Ilewlotto Bnilcy, of
... visited In our community Sunday
Mr. P. II. Brown, who lias been spend
ing'his ‘Vacation hero, returned the past
week to Camp Bragg, N. C., whore ho
holds a position in the Government sor-
Syrup-making is a popular occupation
these days. With plenty of syrup, corii-
breatl nnd potatoes we should bo a vory
grateful people, Even if tlie boll woovil
did get our cotton, we linvo a gront deal
to be thankful for.
Mr. and Mi's. Melson Forbes nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Jimmie Story visitod Mr. and
Mrs. Andy Haines, at Welcome, Sunday.
Mr. J. B. Boavoi's, of Mt. Carmel,
spoilt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Miv and Mrs. Walter Story nnd Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Lyle atonded tlie bap
tism at Elim church Sunday afternoon.
Mr/ and Mrs. Yolllc Howard Bpont
twVweek-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. T,
Howard, at Sargent
Mr. and' Mrs. Kilgo, of Wliitesburg,
visited Mr. nnd Mi's. D. T. Lyle Sunday
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. R. Story nnd son,
Hugh, of Mt. Carmel, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Story.
Elder Stone, of East Point, filled his
nppointniont nt Llb.orty Christian church
MrB. T, F. Jones spoilt a fow ilnys
the past week witli her son, Mr. John
Jones, near Nownna.
Miss Ora Dukes, of Hnppy Valley, was
the guost of Miss Lillie Maude Lambert
Mieji Etta Hn,yes and little Hazel
yde spent several days tlie past wook
witli the former’s sister, Mrs. Glenn
Carter, at’ East Point.
Mr. Pate and sohb, of Wliitesburg,
visitod Mr. nnd Mrs. L. P. Sowoll Wed
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. B. Sanders wore
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sowell,
nenr Roseoe, Sunday.
Mr. Hugh Gibson, of Newnan, spent
tho week-ond with ills parents horn.
Miss Annie Lou Dukes, of Hnppy
Valley, was the weok-end guest of Mra.
S. G. Dukes.
Mrs. Homer Eldson nnd children were
spcnd-tlio-day guests of Mrs. B. C. For-
roll, in Newnan, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cook nnd daugh
ters, of Madras, wore Milliner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Hayes Sunday.
Rev. Arthur Hydo left for Tonnossee
Snturdny, nfter spending some time with
Lot everybody remember tlie prnyor
service nt Mneodonln church Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hydo line! as ilin
nor guests Sunday Elder Stone of East
Point, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Hayes and
children ol' Madras, Mr. Joe Hydo and
family of Turin, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Callahan, of Har
alson, spout tho week-end with relatives
Mias Bara Jones and brothers, Duko
and Hal, of Nownna, won; guests of
Mr. nnd Mra, Hugh .Glass Sunday.
Messrs. W. L. Will'd, Welch Sowell
and E. R. Hyde wore in Atlanta Mon
day on business.
Mr. T, F. Jones attended the bn.vbo-
euo in Newnan Tuesday, given for tlie
Little MIhs Korea Sowell returned
home Tuesday, after spending a fow
ilnys witli her grandparents, Col. nnd
Mrs. J. C. Newman, in Nowiinii,
Mr. L. P, Sowell wnB in Atlnntn Mon-
Miss Laura Spence, of Moultrie, is
visiting MIbs Garrio Sharp.
Mrs. Alton Royeton, of Raymond,
spent Monday witli Mrs. Mattie Ingram.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Smith nnd Messrs.
II. B. Pitman nnd E. G. Wynn were in
Miss Ruth Christopher, of Turin, spent
Sunday witli Miss Rebcocn Ingrain.
Mrs. Genin ABkow and daughter, Ju
lia, of Nownna, spout tlie week-end with
Mrs. S. W. Glnss.
The' B. Y. P. U. will meet Sunday
night nt 6 o’clock. Everybody Invited
to meet witli us.
Mr. Richard Cole to visiting nt Palm
Getting nlong on a pnst reputation
gvos oiie a hnlf-Btnrved look.
A Newnan Cltlxen Tell* <*f Ml* E»
You have a right to doubt state
ments of people living far away, but
oan you doubt Newnan endorsementT
R. F, Book, 158 N. Jackson St„
says: "Five years ago I was in bad
shape with my kidneys. I used dif
ferent kidney remedies but didn't
get relief. Every muscle of my back
was sore and stiff and sharp, darting
pains often caught mo across the
small of my hack. My kidneys were
weak and the seoretlons were highly
Colored and contrrinml a brlok r Uust-
ilke sediment. I road about Doan’s
Kidney Pills and decided to try Ihenf
Doan's gave the relief from tlie start
and two boxes put my kidneys in
first-class condition. 1 They finally
completely cured me.”
Prlco Bfic. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pi lie—the same that
Mr Bock had. Foster-M-ilburn Co.,
Ilfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. ,
Mr. Tom Ferrell, of Happy Valley,
visited in our community Monday af
‘‘Roggio, dear,” said the fond moth
er, ‘‘now that you have got through
college you must really look for Borne
form of employment. ”
‘‘Butdon’t you think, motlior,” said
Reggie, ‘‘that it would be more dig ill
fled to wait till tlie offors bogln to come
Tlie midnight moon mokes more men
wise than tlie midnight oil.
NO MORE RATS
or mice, aftor you use RAT-SNAP. It'B
a sure rodent killer. Try a Pkg. and
prove It. Rats killed with RAT-SNAP
leave no smell. Cats or dogs won’t
touch It, Guaranteed.
OSc. nl*e (X cnki-Hk tor Chicken House,
coops, or small buildings.
*l.sr> Nine (C> cakes) enough for all
farm and out-buildlngs, storage build
ings, or factory buildings.
Sold and Guaranteed by
LDB-KMO I1HPO COMPANY.
COWETA UIIVG & BOOK COMPANY.
For the remainder of the season we will gin your cotton for one dol
to help them as much as possible to overcome the extra short crop and the
enormous deflation the past year.
It has always been our policy to help the farmer in every way that
we possibly could, as we know that unless he succeeds it is impossible for
us to succeed. During the “buy-a-bale” movement we reduced ginning to
a minimum and saved the farmers of Coweta county many hundreds of
We have expert ginners, and our machinery is in perfect condition.
The Southern Cotton Oil Co