We have just received a
lot of wash goods, in new
1909 patterns—just in time
for your early spring sew
and other wash fabrics in
handsome new patterns.
You should see our ging
hams at 10c. They are
the same quality and the
same patterns you pay
121c. for elsewhere.
We offer some vei'y spec
ial values in linens for
dresses, shirt-waists, etc.
Our 10-4 linen sheeting at
one dollar a yard is the
best we have seen at the
price. We also have a
yard-wide linen suiting in
just the right weight for
shirt-waists at 25c. yard.
Our assortment of white
goods is complete, and we
can save you money on
etc., attractively priced.
Hill 4-4 bleaching, 91c.
Lonsdale Cambric, 124c.
Special value in a yard-
wide bleaching, very soft
and without starch, at 8c.
A fresh shipment of new
models in the celebrated
“W. B.” corsets. A cor
set for every figure, and
just the right model for
the prevailing fashion.
“Cadet” stockings for
boys and girls are the best
made. Every pair of “Ca
det” hose is fully guaran
“Interwoven” socks for
men are just as good as
“Cadets” for children.
No more darning, if you
wear “Interwoven” socks.
25c. a pair.
Our increased sales of
patterns is evidence of the
merits of McCall patterns.
The best-fitting and most
stylish patterns made.
Herald and Advertiser.
Cotton is selling to-day at 9 l-2c.
Goodwyn sells Jellieo.
Goodwyn sells Montevallo.
’Phone 28 and get the best.
Buy “Perfect Protection.”
wants your business.
Fine furniture at moderate prices at
See R. F. Brannon for some “Perfect
You get exactly what you order when
you 'phone 28.
Nunnally’s candy fresh every week
at Holt & Cates Co.’s.
Fine line of center tables at Mar-
iury's Furniture Store.
Choice line of mattings cheap at Mar-
jury’s Furniture Store.
For Rent.—Three furnished rooms.
Apply at 25 Wesley street.
For Rent.— Good one or two-horse
farm, 4 miles from town, on Fayette
ville road. Apply to H. M. Arnold.
Examination paper, tablets, composi
tion books, pens and pencils for the
school children. Reese Drug Co.
We sell the “Telmo” line of canned
goods—known to be the best. “The
store of quality.” C. P. Cole.
New line of tissue and crepe papers,
all colors and white and black. Also,
flowers and flags. Reese Drug Co.
Fresh shipment of “Dove” hams and
breakfast bacon just received. Right
prices, too. Try me. C. P. Cole.
Hon. L. C. Mandeville, of Carroll
ton, spent Tuesday night in the city
with his daughter, Mrs. C. K. Hender
The Ladies’ Bible Study Circle of the
Central Baptist church will meet next
Friday afternoon with Mrs. G. W.
Art 1Materials. — “Royal Society”
floss, Montmelieck, D. M. C., Sylvia,
peri luster and electric flosses at Potts
Born, on the 14th inst., to Mr.
Mrs. Gus Brod—a daughter.
Buy Italian Blue Gem from Good
wyn. He has plenty on hand.
Miss Alice Askew, of West Point, is
the guest of Mrs. Roy Brown.
For Rent. — Brick store-house on Bay
street. Apply to A. F. Simril.
Don’t fail to read the advertisement
of Reese Drug Co. in this issue.
Born, on the 12tn inst., to Mr.
Mrs. J. P. Dunbar—a daughter.
Let Benson press that suit of yours.
You will find him on the square.
Mrs. Thos. J. Fisher and children are
visiting friends at Washington, Ga.
Ruchings. —New ruchings, white,
black and colors, at Potts & Parks’.
Born, on the 14th inst., to Mr. and
Mrs. V. E. Manget, jr.—a daughter.
Highest market price paid for hides.
G. O. Carmichael.
Told you Adams, the grocer, was go
ing to sell ’em cheap! Better go to
trading with him. You know he keeps
Corsets. — American ladies wear
“American Lady” corsets—medium or
extra long, high or low bust. Sold by
Potts & Parks.
Don’t get part of what you should
have in way of protection, when you
can buy all that’s coming to you. See
R. F. Brannon.
Mrs. J. Allen Weaver and little
daughter, of Canton, Ohio, are visiting
the family of Capt. John L. Bailey, in
the Sixth district.
Miss Eugenia Mandeville has re
turned to her home at Carrollton, after
spending several days with her sister,
Mrs. C. K. Henderson.
No need to go away from home to
get your spring dress and hat this sea
son. You can get the latest styles at
reasonable prices by trading with the
Dominick Mercantile Co., at Turin, Ga.
Are you satisfied with the prices you
are paying for your prescriptions? We
will send for the prescription, make you
the price over the 'phone before filling,
and send it out to you. Get our price
first. Dolt Cates Co.
Mr. W. A. Nipper, who went on the
road a few weeks ago for a Cincinnati
drug house, has resigned that position,
and is now with the wholesale grocery
house of Bradley-Banks Co. as travel
Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Barron, of New-
nan, visited relatives in Griffin Sunday.
The friends of Mr. Barron are pleased
to know he is making quite a success in
the business world at Newnan. Griffin
News and Sun.
Mr. Frank Stevens will leave early
next week for Philadelphia and New
York, where he will explore the mar
kets in his annual quest for new spring
goods for P. F. Cuttino & Co. He will
be away about two weeks.
Messrs. P. F. Cuttino & Co. are mak
ing arrangements to put on a big silk
sale Monday, March 1, that will star
tle the town. Watch for their adver
tisement on the front page of The
Herald and Advertiser next week.
Rillings' For Rubber Heels. I have a
first-class shoemaker, and am now pre
pared to do all kinds of shoe and har
ness repairing in short order, and mv
prices are right. At A. R. Burdett’sokl
office. A. Jay Billings.
Well, we have got what you have
been wanting for a long time a gen
uine pure ribbon-cane syrup, put up in
cans. Sells at 25c., 40c. an 1 75c. per
can. It certainly is good, for l have
tried it. Adams, the Grocer.
J Messrs. L. A. Perdue, C. J. Owens,
T. S. Bailey, Jos. T. Kirby, A. E.
Sansburn, B. H. Kirby and H. M.
Fisher wont over to Birmingham,
Ala., Wednesday to he present at
the annual inspection of Zamora Tem
ple, Mystic Shriners, of that city.
They go as representatives from Yaarab
Temple, Atlanta, of which they are
Uncle Richard Atkinson, an ex-slave
ot the lamented J. P. Atkinson, has
passed to his reward. Uncle Richard
was with Mr. John Atkinson, a brother
of Mr. R. J. Atkinson, when that gen
tleman was killed in the ’60’s, and
bore the body of his young master off
the battlefield. Uncle Rchard was a
minister of the gospel, and held in high
esteem by his white neighbors.- Meri
Mr. Alva Bradley Upshaw, eldest
son of the late John T. Upshaw, of
this city, died Saturday at his home in
Lutherville, after a lingering illness--
aged 21. He was a bright, promising
young man. and his death is much la
mented by everyone. The remains
were brought to Newnan for interment
Sunday afternoon, brief funeral ser
vices being conducted at the grave by
Rev. T. R. Kendall, jr., of Moreland.
We have the best 25c. coffee in town.
Adams, the Grocer.
New tomatoes are now on the market.
We have them. C. P. Cole.
Mrs. R. H. Hardaway and Miss Julia
Lowe left Wednesday for Pelham, Ga.,
where they will visit Miss Ruth Harda
way for a couple of weeks.
Mr. T. J. Wlkinson is now on the
road for the Atlas Oil Co., and is
selling quantities of the popular lubri
cant manufactured by this company.
We have on sale all the popular mag
azines, periodicals and daily papers,
March numbers now ready.
Reese Drug Co.
Red and white onion sets next week
at 10c. per quart. C. P. Cole.
Benson cleans clothes cleaner than
any cleaner that cleans. ’Phone 294.
Our leather chairs are high grade and
cheap. Marbury’s Furniture Store.
If you want ice, or if you have any
plowing or draying to be done, ’phone
7. . >
Did you shake hands with “Little
Joe?” If you didn’t it was not his
Cleanliness, politeness and courteous
attention always at Carmichael’s.
The swellest line of art-squares to be
found in the city, at Marbury’s Furni
Would you like to have your cemetery
lot cared for? If so, see W. D. Palmer,
Have you seen those beautiful fat.
stall-fed native steers Carmichael is
Madras. — For ladies’ waists, men’s
and boys’ shirts. Call and see them ai
Potts & Parks’.
Better get some of those sweet mixed
pickles from Adams. They are cheap
at 15c. per quart.
Miss Cossie Word, ot Atlanta, spent
several days this week as the guest of
Mrs. Tom Brooks.
Mrs. Ella Brown has leased the Pin
son Hotel, and will take charge the
first of next month.
Misses Nellie Brown and Henriette
Strickland are visiting Mrs. Arthur
Arnold, at Fairburn.
Mr. R. D. Cole, sr., who was indis
posed for several days last week, is
again able to be up.
Genuine Tennessee Burt oats and
Texas red rust-proof oats for sale by
H. C. Arnall Mdse. Co.
Buy one of our best felt mattresses
and a “Gold Medal” spring and forget
your troubles in restful sleep.
Marbury’s Furniture Store.
All oysters and no juice 40c. per
quart. You can get all the juice you
want from the waterworks man.
Adams, the Grocer.
Garden, flower and field seed, both
bulk and packet. We handle D. M.
Ferry’s standard seed. Always fresh.
Reese Drug Co.
Notice.— All persons indebted to us
are urged to make immediate settle
ment, as the books must be closed at
once. D. W. Boone Co.
White Goods. —Lingerie, Persian and
French lawns; flaxon, lin-flax and wash
chiffon. We lead in sale of white
goods. Potts & Parks.
Seed Irish potatoes, onions, cabbage
plants, and other guaranteed garden
seed. About double quantity in our
packages. Holt & Cates Co.
Mrs. A. B. Cutes and Miss Jennie
Cates left yesterday for Clearwater,
Fla , where they will spend a month
for the benefit of Mrs. Cates’ health.
Sweet mixed pickles are always good.
Adams, the grocer, is selling them at
15c. per quart. Will give you a little
juice, too, if you send your jar along.
Rev. W. J. Cotter and Miss Nona
CoLter left Wednesday for New Or
leans. where they will spend a week or
so with Mr.,Cotter Lovejoy and family.
Mr. F. H. Houser entertained at a
box party Tuesday evening at the Lyric
for Mis3 Frances Herring, of Newnan,
the guest of Miss Estelle Nantz. — At
“Special sale” for next week will be
sweet mixed pickles at 15c. per quart.
You know they always sell for 25c. per
quart so don’t be slow in taking ad
vantage of this offer. We have only
four barrels. Adams, the Grocer.
Are you going to entertain? Paper
napkins, score-cards, bridge pads, score
pencils, fancy shape and colored can
dies, and cut flowers at Holt & Cates
Co.’s. We must have the orders i\vo
days in advance for flowers and special
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Potts will leave
to-morrow for New York, where Mr.
Potts will spend a week or ten days
buying new spring goods for Potts &
Parks. They will stop off at Washing
ton for a day or so, either going or re
Mrs. G. L. Johnson was the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Phillips,
the past two weeks while Mr. Johnson
was on a business trip to Washington,
D. C. Upon his return they left im
mediately for their home in Birming
Miss Fannie Butts, the well-known
and popular milliner, has made a busi
ness engagement with the Dominick
Mercantile Co. at Turin, and will be in
charge of the dress goods and millinery
department of that establishment dur
ing the coming season.
Beginning on this date the Boone-
Stripling Co., successors to the D. W
Boone Co., will adopt the spot cash sys
tem. This rule will be strictly adhered
to in future, and applies to everybody.
Read the new firm’s announcement in
our advertising columns.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lane, of Mount-
vilie, announce the engagement of their
sister, Miss Martha Woodward, and Mr.
Russell Wilkinson, of Newnan, the
wedding to take place at the home of
the bride on the evening of the 25th
inst. at half-past 7 o’clock.
Linens.—Linen sheeting, 90c.. $1 and
$1.50 yard: pillow-case linen, 45 inches,
50c., 75c. and 80c. yard ; art linens, 50c
to 8uc. yard: Irish waist and suit lin
ens, 25c. to 75c. yard; linen lawns, 30
inches, 25c. to $1 yard.
Potts & Parks,
The official statements of the Newnan
and Moreland banks, which are printed
in The Herald and Advertiser this
week, make an excellent showing for
Tickets given out at Marbury’s up to
3 o’clock Saturday for the sewing ma
chine and leather rocker.
You can save money and build up
your town by trading with the Domi
nick Mercantile Co. at Turin, Ga.
A few seeded
packages for 15c.
raisins left at two
Adams, the Grocer.
Wash Goods.— Ginghams, percales,
linonettes and galatea.
Potts & Parks.
Have you guessed? At the soap, of
course. Better get busy.
Adams, the Grocer.
Well, Adams, the grocer, is selling
them cheap, isn’t he? If you pay your
account promptly, you had better open
up an account with him. He will save
you money. ’Phone 1.
Mr. A. M. Keith, a former citizen of
Meriwether, now of Newnan, spent
Monday in the city. He has many
friends here, who are always pleased to
see him.—Meriwether Vindicator.
Mr. J. J. Reese, of Macon, and Mr.
Cliff Reese, of Chattanooga, were here
Friday to attend the funeral of their
brother, Mr. D. A. Reese, whose death
occurred in Atlanta on the 10th inst.
Coma on and help me get rid of these
tomatoes I was telling you about.
Adams, the Grocer.
Money to Loan. — I can loan money on
improved farm lands at 7 per cent.
A. H. Freeman.
Good catsup is essential to a good
housekepeer. We have the good kind.
Adams, the Grocer.
“Cash discount to cash customers” is
our motto. Service, satisfaction, sav
ing. Holt & Cates Co.
Much or little “Octagon” soap on
Mondays at 34c. a cake, with other pur
chases. Holt & Cates Co.
For Sale or Rent. — My residence at
66 W. Washington street. Possession
at once. Mrs. G. E. Croft.
Popular magazines, fashion books,
periodicals, for sale by the copy or sub
scription. Holt & Cates Co.
Be present at our drawing on Satur
day, Feb. 20. A $60 sewing machine
and a $15 leather rocker to be given
away at 3 p. in.
Marbury’3 Furniture Store.
“Special Safe.”—Just received one
bag of English walnuts and four bags
Brazil nuts. While they last we will
sell them at 15c. per pound.
Adams, the Grocer.
Let us fill your order for cheese
straws, beaten biscuit, and timbles.
Remember, we sell everything nice to
eat. “The store of quality,”
C. P. Cole.
To-morrow, (Saturday,) from 3:30
to 10 p. m,, the ladies of Lovejoy Me
morial Woman’s Home Missionary So
ciety will entertain at the kindergarten
rooms. At 7:30 a musical progiamme
will be rendered, in whch Prof Chas.
Astin, Mr. T. M. Goodrum and the
Holt Male Quartette will take part.
Mr. H. S. Bantu will be present also
with his phonograph. Refreshments
will be served at regulation prices,
consisting of oysters, sandwiches, etc.
The public invited.
“Special Sale.’’- Vie have purchased
from Mangel’s Cigar Factory their en
tire line of off-brand cigars and brands
that they will discontinue making. As
we bought the entire lot we can give
you a mighty cheap price on them,
ranging from $1.25 per box of fifty to
$2 per box. Now, you know you never
heard of a Manget cigar selling except
at five cents straight. Then think of
our price of $1.25 per box of fifty! We
have only about eight thousand of these
cigars; so come in and select early,
and send a friend a box. Lav in a sup
ply while they last, as you know the
jlder a Havana cigar gets, the better it
is. Adams, the Grocer.
At the regular meeting of the City
Council on Monday night last it was de
cided to order an election on the ques
tion of issuing bonds *in the sum of
$16,000 for the purpose of erecting a
new school building in South Newnan,
and for the proper equipment of the
same. Seven aldermen were present,
and the vote on the proposition was
unanimous. City Attorney Freeman
was directed to frame an ordinance cov
ering the matter and submit the meas
ure for final action at the next meeting
of Council. The decision of the alder-
manic board to submit this question to
the people cannot be too warmly com
mended. It opens the way for the
satisfactory settlement of an issue that
was beginning to press rather uncom
fortably, and it is the only solution
that could have been offered.
HOLT & CATES CO.
For Sale. — Limited quantity of the
celebrated "Marlborough” seed corn;
also, several hundred bushels “Lee’s
Improved” cotton seed. Parties de
siring choice seed for planting would
do well to see me at once.
F. M. Lee.
For Sale.—A pair of good road horses
If you need a horse for a roadster or
any general work, you cannot beat
them. Ages 7 and 8 years, level-headed,
and will work anywhere. Reason for
selling, no use for them. Also an old
horse suitable for children to drive.
Apply to E. S. Buchanan.
Mr. Louis Wood, who has been hold
ing a position with the First National
Bank for the past two years, resigned a
few days ago and returned to his for
mer home, Cedartown, where he will
engage in the electrical supply business.
His place with the First National has
been taken by Mr. Paul Orr.
Hogansville has great pleasure and
pride in the fact that Mrs. S, E. Leigh,
of Grantville, has built a commodious
cottage home, to be occupied by a
superannuated preacher of the North
Georgia Conference. The home has
been elegantly furnished, and is a beau
tiful monument to the generosity of
Mrs. Leigh and an honor to Gruntville.
Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Mixon, we learn,
are moving in this week. We under
stand that this new home is to be dedi
cated with impressive ceremonies in
the near future. Some will remember
Dr. Mixon as presiding elder on this
district several years ago. Dr. Mixon
has filled many of the most important
appointments in the North Georgia Con
ference. Hogansville is delighted to
have him so near, and unites with her
sister city in a cordial welcome to Dr.
and Mrs. Mixon. Hogansville News.
To the Public. —'This is to give notice
to those subject to road tax ir, the Fifth
district that I will be at the court
house on Sa urday, 20th inst., for the
purpose of receiving road tax. If this
tax is not paid by March 1 it will be $4 ;
unit! March 1 it is $3.
W. J. Wood, Supervisor.
Fon. Pope Jones, a prominent Coweta
county farmer and business man, visit
ed this r-itv last Friday. Mr. Jones is
enthusiastic over a bridge across the I attorneys. T. F.
Chattahoochee river at Moore’s ferry. J Dodd & Dodd, of
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. R. H. Hard
away regent, of Sarah Dickerson Chap
ter, D. A. R.. entertained the members
of the chapter and a few lady friends
at a reception, followed by an elegant
three-course luncheon. Thirty guests
were present, and the occasion was
thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. Mrs.
Mattie H. Strickland assisted her
mother in receiving, and also presided
at the luncheon. A meeting of the
chapter was held afterwards, being the
date prescribed in the by-laws for the
annual election of officers. All the old
officers were re-elected for another
term, as follows: Mrs. R. H. Harda
way, regent; Mrs. J. A. Hunter, vice
regent; Miss Mattie Reid Robinson,
secretary; Miss Kate Faver, treasurer;
Mrs. Lutie M. Powers, registrar. Mrs.
H. C. Fisher was chosen to represent
the chapter at the meeting of the Na
tional Congress, D. A. R.. to be held
in Washington City in May next.
Brod Case Appealed.
The latest move in the case of A. E.
Brod, the Newnan bankrupt, whose pe
tition for discharge was recently de
nied by Judge W. T. Newman, on rec
ommendation of the special master, is
the filing of an appeal from the action
of the court to the Circuit Court of Ap
peals. which meets in Atlanta the first
Monday in October.
The appeal was filed in the clerk’s
office Feb. 11, through the applicant’s
Rawls, of Newnan, and
Atlanta. It appeals
He is operating a large brickyard just | from the action of the court on the
this ide of the river. He favors a free
bridge, to be built jointly by the two
countie.-. Carrollton Times.
Coming out of Atlanta on the accom
v> lation train Tuesday afternoon Mr
“Dove” brand picnic hams at 124c. | Janie Tidwell of Fairburn. lost a long
per pound. Cheap as side meat, Put j black coat. It was on the seat which
considerably better. We have small she occupied, and was overlooked when
ones weighing from 74 to 10 Ids.
Adams, the Grocer.
she left the train at Fairburn. She
will pav a suitable reward for the re
turn of the garment, or for any infor-
Rarred Plymouth Rock Eggs. — We j mation that will aid in its recovery,
can furnish full barred Plymouth Rock
eggs for setting at thirteen for $1, or
thirty for $2. ’Phone or mail us your
orders. Reese Drug Co.
We are headquarters for chicken feed.
Askew’s, a very good grade, at $1.25
per bag : Corno and others at $2.50 per
bag. It’s cheaper than corn or meal.
Adams, the Grocer.
For Sale.—For fifteen days I offer my
home, corner Jackson and Madison
streets. House contains thirteen rooms ;
lot 68J x 103 feet. Room for two more
dwellings. Lot suitable for church.
Masonic hall or stores. Will sell lot
and reserve house, if desirable. Terms
one-third cash ; balance in two or three
years, or all cash. J. H. McKoy.
ground that the objections upon which
the denial was based were vague and
indefinite, and not sufficiently specific
to enable the bankrupt to meet and de
fend against same.
Judge Newman has allowed the ap
peal. exacting a bond of $300, which
has besn filed.
The grounds upon vvhich Special Mas
ter Jones based his recommendation for
denial of discharge, and which the court
sustained, included an alleged discrep
ancy in assets amounting to about $10,-
000. It was also alleged that the bank
rupt had not kept account from which
an accurate statement of his business
transactions could be derived.
Satirist—“Mv mission is to put the
dunce cap on the heads of other peo
His Friend—“Be careful that you
don’t catch cold. ”
There is no reason why you
shouldn’t have a good garden,
and there is nothing that will
pay you quite as handsomely
on the investment. If your
ground is properly prepared,
if you have it properly work
ed, the only remaining essen
tial is GOOb SEED.
But no matter how fertile
the ground, or how well you
have it tended, it is all wasted
if the seed arc poor. When
we say poor seed it does not
necessarily mean old seed.
They may be perfectly fresh,
but poor stock—just as a scrub
and a Jersey are both cows.
We sell GOOD SEED. We
buy our supplies in bulk direct
from D. Landreth & Co., who
have been in the business for
125 consecutive years. We
package them in our place,
giving liberal measure. We
guarantee that they are fresh,
full measure, and tnc best that
money will buy. The most
successful gardeners in New
nan are among our customers.
Are you one of them?
HOLT » CATES CO.
THE ALARM CLOCK.
Whon you’re sleeping in the morning.
Sleeping: soundly, sleeping: deep;
When the daylight comcH a-creepingr
With its stealthy «ort o’creep;
When Hweet dreams of peace and comfort
In Lilia morning an ooze abound.
Aren’t you mad when your ulurm clock
With u buzz Hturtfl runting; ’round?
Don’t you feed like throwing spasms
When that clock he«inH to go?
Don’t you hand it out Home curh words
Junt to sort o’ ease your woo?
How you hcowI and how you grumble!
Don’t you wish you had a Run?
Don’t you Hwear that it'« the biff^est
Pest beneath the shining sun?
That’s exactly how It strikes me
When that clock begins to ring.
Aral I wish that I could get hold
Of the man who made the tiling.
How I’d kick him! how I’d choke him!
How I'd knock him left and right!
That’s the way I feel-but, still, I
Wind the darn thing up each night,
The Best Made Can Be Found at
Men's Suits That Sold at
$10.00 are now $ 7.50
$1,2.50 are now $ 9.35
$15.00 are now $11.25
$18.00 are now $13.50
$20.00 are now $15.00
$25.00 are now $18.75
$80.00 are now $22.50
$2.00 are now $1.50
$2.50 are now $1.85
$3.00 are now $2.25
$3.50 are now $2.65
$4.00 are now $3.00
$5.00 are now $3.75
$6.00 are now $4.50
CALL AND SEE US.