Newnan herald & advertiser. (Newnan, Ga.) 1909-1915, June 25, 1909, Image 7
Gulfinos OF INTEREST Gauze Hosiery For men and women in a variety of different styles and qualities. De pendable makes of hos iery, such as “Onyx,” “Gordon Dye,” “Cadet,” “Interwoven,” in the fashionable colorings. Summer Underwear Gauze weight vests for women. Balbriggan and ath letic underwear for men Negligee Shirts The “Eclipse” shirts for men. Best dollar shirts made. New pat terns and full assortment of sizes. Neckwear Nsw four-in-hand ties for men in nobby styles. A fresh lot of Dutch collars and jabots for women just received. Corsets The newest models in “W. B.” corsets made of light-weight batiste, es pecially adapted to warm weather w T ear. Footwear This is the “quality shop” for footwear. We try to sell only footwear of quality, and our mak ers are among the best. Ziegler, Douglas, Clapp and French footwear. IN THE ANNEX Muslin underwear for summer wear, made of light-weight nainsook. A large variety to select from. Wash skirts and wash suits at very intesesting prices. The “Derby” shirt waist in the midsummer models. Very handsome waists, at very attractive prices. A new lot of curtains especially designed for summer use. Etamine, scrim and muslin cur tains of the very latest designs. Floor coverings of all sorts at moderate prices Citllno’s Local Happenings Told in ^ ^ SHort Paragraphs >3® NEWS AND PERSONAL ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST TO OUR LOCAL READERS. as) ‘‘Red Star.” Red Star coal. Buy Red Star and get the beat coal. Wedding gifts at Holt & Cates Co.’s. Sheet music for sale, half-price, at Holt & Cates Co.’s. Mias Nell Ragland is visiting friends in Montgomery, Ala. Big reduction in porch furniture, kinds, at Marbury’s. all More rain, more grass, work for the farmer. and more Bargains in muslin underwear at Boone-Stripling Co.’s. Cates Coal Co. sells Red Star coal. ’Phone 117 and try it. Special bargains in sample skirts Boone-Stripling Co.’s. Music every afternoon from 5 to 6 :30 at Holt & Cates Co.’s. Children’s patent leather sandals 71c. Barefoot sandals as low as 45c. 1. N. Orr Co. Are you troubled with mosquitos? Try “Skeeter Skoot.” Guaranteed. Holt & Cates Co. To Gasoline Users. -We can supply you with gasoline at 20c. per gallon. Lee Bros. Buy a nice davenport sofa bed—the most convenient thing for the home. Marbury’s Furniture Store. We have a small seed and peas left, ders. quantity of cane Send us your or- I. N. Orr Co. All 12.Jc. ginghams Boone-Stripling Co.’s. 10c. yard at These hot days you need ice. 1 and get it promptly. ’Phone Fruit jars 75c. and Boone-Stripling Co.’s. 89c. dozen at Nunnally’s candy tresh every w'eek at Holt & Cates Co.’s. For good groceries, low prices and prompt service ’phone 1. Miss Miriam Atkinson is attending a house party at Milledgeville. Monday was the longest day of the year, and about the wettest. Fresh shipment “Dove” hams and breakfast bacon at Mitcham’s. Let Benson press that suit of yours. You will find him on the square. Special sale of straw and fur hats now on at Boone-Stripling Co.’s. Herring & Parks can save you money on your gin insurance. See them. Miss Mabel Gordon, of Montgomery, is visiting Mrs. W. S. Carmichael. Hon. H. A. Hall went to Jackson the first of the week on legal business. We have sold ‘‘Red Star” coal for two seasons, and know our business. See ad. E. C. Goodwyn. We will be glad to give a palmetto leaf fan to any of our lady friends de siring one. Holt & Cates Co. Mrs. Geo. Slagle, of Franklin, N. C., arrived Saturday on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holmes. Mrs. Claude Arnall, of Senoia, and Miss Maude Benton, of Monticello, are the guests of Miss Lizzie Belle Farmer. Dr. W. B. Tate and Hon. Carter Tate, of Tate, Ga., were here Monday- on a visit to their sister, Mrs. E. M. Cole. Mrs. H. C. Smart and Mr. G. H. Smart, of Honea Path, S. C., are visit ing Rev. J. F. Singleton and wife this week. For Sale.—Three 70-saw ginning out fit, complete ; in good condition. Cheap. Apply to F. H. Redwine, R. F. D. No. 3, Palmetto, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Lint Colley and Miss Mattie Scogin, of Lutherville, were the guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Scogin. Will close out our present stock of fibre rush and other porch furniture at greatly reduced prices. Marbury’s Furniture Store. I —sale at cost will be strictly cash. No (S goods will be charged except at regu- - lar prices. H. C. Glovir Co. Special Salt in Our Ray Department. — We will save you from 20 to 30 per cent, on your rug purchases next Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday. Three days only. H. C. Glover Co. Mrs. W. S. Mealor and children left Thursday for Commerce. Ga.. where they will attend the wedding ■ f Miss Nellie Black, they will go thence to Athens for a visit of several weeks to relatives. Col. Frank S. Loftin, Judge R. G. Crain and Mr. A. W. Powers, of Franklin, were in the city Monday and Tuesday to attend an important meet ing of the directors of the Western of Georgia railway. Summer School. — Term of six weeks, beginning June 2s. Thirty-seven pu pils enrolled last summer, of which number thirty-four promoted. For terms apply to J. A. Pendergrast, 52 W. Washington street. Judge L. A. Perdue went over to In dian Spring the first of the week to at tend the annual convention of Coun ty Ordinaries, which was in session Tuesday and Wednesday. He returned to his office yei terday. There is a movement on foot to or ganize a bank at Raymond, with $25- 000 capital. Atlanta capitalists will furnish most of the money, and it is understood that Mr. E. J. Bailey will be cashier of the bank. Mr. J. L. Brown was on the streets Saturday, for the first time since his illness began about three months ago. He is steadily improving, and his many friends hope that he will soon be restored to his wonted health. Mr. P. L. Sutherland, of Jackson ville, Fla., spent Friday in the city. Bargains in millinery to close out. Boone-Stripling Co. Highest market price paid for hides. G. O. Carmichael. Answer that letter with a post-card. Holt & Cates Co. Special prices on all summer cloth ing. Boone-Stripling Co. Extra large, heavy crash bath towels 14c. I. N. Orr Co. Swell stationery, both in boxes and bulk. Holt & Cates Co. Bovs’ knickerhocker wash pants 25c. and 39c. Boone-Stripling Co. Special values in $1 umbrellas and parasols. Boone-Stripling Co. wash pants, small I. N. Orr Co. Boys’ well-made sizes, 11c. Nice line of medium and low-priced hammocks. Holt & Cates Co. Women’s $1.50 shoes at 98c. patent tip Sunday I. N.^rr Co. unKt’liMl. who will bo- tho First Baptist 3 mtlny, Notice. —Our fifth and last premium in the five weeks’ series was drawn for Saturday, June 19, and 2,729 was the lucky number. Bring it in and get the beautiful picture. Marbury’s Furniture Store. Here is a Big Value in :i6x7d Bigelow ifc Smith’s Axminster Rugs. We have sold this rug for years at $4.50. Spe cial next Monday, Tuesday and Wed nesday ac $3.39. See display in show- windows. H. C. Glover Co. We will thank you very much to no tify us if you have one of our ice cream packers at your home. Holt & Cates Co. We have on hand a big line of hoys’ wash suits, all latest styles, from 39c. to $1.20. Call and look through. I. N. Orr Co. See the beautiful disp'ay of rugs in our show-windows, to be olfered at special sale next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. H. C. Glover Co. Buy clothing, oxfords and slippers now, while you can get them at cost. Sale will last only fifteen days from Monday, June 28. H. C. Glover Co. Administrators, executors and guar dians are again warned that they must file their returns with the Ordinary not later than July 1, (next Thursday.) We have on hand a few slightly soiled negligee shirts all $1 and $1.50 shirts—which we will sell for 63c. “Eclipse,” "Gold,” “Silver,” “Mon arch” and “Ferguson-McKenny,” are the makes. 1. N. Orr Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Conley and little daughter, who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carmichael the past week, have returned to their home in Atlanta. _ Miss Hallie Roller, of Oxford, N. C., who arrived last week to spend some time with Miss Jennie Hardaway, was called home Wednesday by the serious illness of her father. Go-Fly keeps Hies olf horses and cat tle;—25c. and 50c. at all drug stores. cleaner than. ’ Phone 294. Benson cleans clothes any cleaner that cleans. You can buy a pound of ‘‘Jackson Square” coffee for 20c. at Mitcham’s. Wanted. —To buy 1,000 bushels ear corn ; limit 97c. Manget-Brannon Co. Mrs. Frank Rawls will spend the coming week with her parents in At lanta. For Rent. —At Raymond, two stores. Market and millinery and ladies’ goods needed. Mrs. M. Y. Mallory, of Concord. Ga., is visiting her brother, Mr. T. E. At kinson. Save the little chicks from indiges tion, bowel trouble, diarrhoea, etc. Conkey’s Cholera Cure in the drinking water is guaranteed by Holt & Cates Co. Price' 25c. and 50c. Mr. H. S. Banta is in Atlanta this week attending the annual session of the Georgia Optical Society, and also the annual convention of the American Association of Opticians. For Sale, or Will Exchange for Mules. — One 12-h. p. engine and boiler; two 50-saw gins, feeder and condenser; one Van Winkle press; belts, shafting and pulleys, all in good condition. This is a bargain. See Herring & Parks. “Newnan Club Smoker” is the name of a new brand of cigars recently put on the market by the Newnan Cigar Co., and that it is becoming popular with smokers is evidenced by the brisk demand for it at ail cigar stands, it is a straight five-center. Miss Jessie Bohannon has been elect ed teacher of the sixth grade in the Atkinson Grammar School, in South Newnan. Miss Bohannon recently com pleted a course in the Peabody Normal Institute, Nashville, Term., and taught in the Newnan public schools two years ago. A teacher for the fourth grade of the South Newnan school is yet to he chosen. Rev. O. L. Carmical tilled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church last Sun day, preaching both at the morning hour ard at night, and his discourses were thoroughly enjoyed by the congre gation. He graduated recently from the Theological Seminary of the A. R. P. Church at Due West, S. C., and gives promise of much usefulness in his sacred calling. A revival meeting will begin at the First Baptist church next Sunday morn ing, and the pastor extends a cordial invitation to the people of Newnan to attend all the services. The meeting will he conducted by Dr. C. A. Stew art, a noted revivalist of Ft. Scott, Kan., and the music will be in charge of his assistant in revival work, Mr. W. Ellsworth Rogers. Harness and Shoe Shop. — I can please you in buggy, surrey, wagon or goat harness. Repair your harness and shoes. Rubber heels and blacksmith aprons always on hand. I guarantee satisfaction. Opposite postoffice. A. Jay Billings. The oat crop this season is the finest and the yield the heaviest that we have had in fifteen years. The most suc cessful crops are reported by those farmers who seeded the land in drills and used nitrate of soda as a finishing stimulus just before the oats headed out. Mr. W. A. Herring followed this plan, and from ten acres he obtained a yield of 087 bushels. Mr. T. G. Farmer, jr., who gradua ted a few weks ago from the law de partment of Mercer University, has de cided to hang out his shingle in New nan, and has opened an office in one of the rooms over H. C. Arnall Mdse. Co. ’s store. He has settled down to work in good earnest, and The Herald and Advertiser wishes him success in his chosen profession. Miss Ruth Capers, who has been the guest of Mrs. Jas. Stacy for several weeks, left Monday for her home at Arcadia, La. She was accompanied by her brother; Mr. Stacy Capers. For Sale. —One hundred and twelve acres land. 4J miles from Franklin. Rented tljree years for annual rental of three hales cotton. Bargain for quick sale. See J. W. Owens, Newnan. Special Sale of Rugs.—Vic. have just purchased a lot of rugs at a bargain, and will give them to our trade the same way. Rugs worth and sold regu larly at $2.5(1 we will sell for three (Jays only-Monday. Tuesday and Wed nesday—at $1.59. H. C. Glover Co. Messrs. C. L. Baker and E. M. Car penter have erected a commodious skating rink on the vacant lot opposite Burdett’s warehouse, on West Broad street. It has already become a popu lar amusement resort for our young people, and is crowded each evening. Mr. Howard Davis will give a song recital in Senoia next Friday evening, having been urged to do so by the mu sic lovers of that town. Mr. Davis was one ot the chief attractions at <*ur late chautauqua, and we can promise our Senoia friends an evening of rare en joyment. ___ Mr. and Mrs. Cotter Lovejoy and lit tle daughter, of New Orleans, are spending the week in Newnan, the guests of Mrs, Mary C. Lovejoy. Mr. Lovejoy has just returned from Phila delphia, where he attended the annual convention of the National Credit Men’s Association. Hon. J. R. McCollum, State Sena tor, and Representatives Jos. T. Kirby and M. H. Couch went to Atlanta Tues day, and were promptly on hand at the organization of the General Assembly Wednesday. Senator McCollum and Mr. Kirby have taken apartments at the Kimball House for the session. Mr. Couch will stop with his daughter, Mrs. Sterling Elder, at College Park. For Rent.—Eight-room residence on West Washington street. Apply to W. G. Post. The Methodist district conference for Griffin district will be held next year in Senoia. For Rent. — A seven-room house, all conveniences, 21 West Broad. Apply to A. B. Cates. Quaker Chicken Feed.-The best feed for poultry;—can be had at H. C. Ar nall Mdse. Co.’s. Mr. Wilbur Harrison, of Zebulon, Ga., spent Sunday and Monday with friends in the city. For accident and health insurance see Herring & Parks. They’ve got the company that pays. See (those beautiful “Compacto” chifforobes at Marbury’s. Holds ev erything you wear. Messrs. R. G. Moses and J. T. Thom- asson, of Carrollton, spent Saturday and Sunday in the city. Twenty per cent, reduction on all porch furniture, including fibre rush chairs, settees, etc., while our present stock lasts. Marbury’s Furniture Store. Beginning Monday, June 28. and con tinuing for fifteen days, we will sell our entire stock of clothing, oxfords and slippers at cost. H. C. Glover Co. Take a look at our show-windows and see the beautiful assortment of rugs to be put on sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at sacrifice prices. H. C. Glover Co. Art Squares at Extraordinary Bar gains.— All $15 and $16.50 art-squares, size 9x11, choice next Monday, Tues day and Wednesday at $12.50. H. C. Glover Co. Mr. J. B. Hutchens, of Welcome, spent several days this week with Mr and Mrs. C. E. Ragland. There will be a called meeting of the Odd Fellows next Monday night for the purpose of giving degree work. Low-cut shoes for every ta3te, every purse and every foot. Boone-Stripling Cc. Salycilic acid, jar rubbers, canning powder, and canning outfits. Holt & Cates Co. I have on hand fifty or sixty tons of “Red Star” coal 1 would he glad to dispose of at most any price. This coal was carried over from last season. E. C. Goodwyn. Why pay a profit on clothing, oxfords and slippers when you can buy them here at cost? We will sell any of these goods at cost from June 28 to July 12. H. C. Glover Co. Suggestions for Wedding Gifts.—Jap anese tray, art plaque, odd china, din ner set; fish, game or bird set; water, wine or punch set. Our stock is very complete. Holt & Cate3 Co. Extra Special. - All $22.50 to $30 Ax- minster. Wilton, tapestry and velvet ruga, 9x12 feet, at our special price, $19.75 — Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day only. H. C. Glover Co. All clothing, oxford3 and slippers sold during our fifteen days’ special By a lucky purchase we have just se cured an excellent selection of rugs and art-squares. They are good, honest values, and would easily bring a hand some profit, hut we bought them at a bargain and will give our customers ihe benefit of the saving. II. C. Glover Co. Through the real estate firm of Her ring & Parks the home of Mr. L. W. Harris on Greenville street was sold this week to Mr. A. A. I’assolt, who will move his family to Newnan iri a few days. Mr. Harris in turn pur chased through the same firm the Croft home, on West Washington street. In the oganization of the Legislature on Wednesday, Hon. I. J. Stephens, of Coweta, was elected Doorkeeper of the Senate. He is a gallant old veteran and splendid man, and his hosts of friends throughout the State will re joice with him in his victory. A better man for the been found. position could not have Several large lots of cotton have been sold in Newnan within the past few days, the average price paid for each lot being a little above 11c. The different lots were held as follows: Jack Powell, 140 bales; J. W. Bowers, 200 hales; J. H. Simms, 100 hales. This is one season when it has paid to hold cotton. Mrs. N. M. Morris, an estimable lady of the commuunity, died Monday afternoon, after a protracted illness. She was 35 years of age, and is sur vived by her husband and three chil dren. The funeral took place Tuesday at Liberty Christian church, near Sar gent, services being conducted by Eld er Powell, of Carrollton. While returning from the chautauqua to his home at Moreland on Thursday night of last week Mr. Henry I,. Camp met with an accident and was right se riously hurt. His buggy ran into a ditch, upsetting the vehicle and throwing Mr. Camp to the ground with such violence as to break his leg. The fracture is a had one, and the prospects are that he will have to go on crutches for several weeks. The Reading Circle met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. T. E. Atkinson. After the discussion of current events, led by Mr. A. M. Norris, the study of Scotland was completed, Mrs. Thus. J. Jones, Miss Bessie Arnold, Mrs. T. B. Davis and Miss Laura Peddy contribu ting papers. At the next meeting, to be held with Mrs. Thos. J. Jones, the circle will begin a journey through Europe, starting at Naples. Quite a number of Coweta people will go to Atlanta to-morrow to wit ness the inauguration of "Little Joe” Brown as Governor. By the way, this is the first instance in the history of Georgia or any .other Southern State, so far as we know—where both father and son have been called by the people to fill the Governor’s chair. It is a re markable coincidence—but, then, the Browns.are a remarkable family, you know. On Saturday, July 3, there will be a big Sunday-school and educational ral ly at Farmers’ High School, Sargent, and the occasion promises to he a most interesting one. Addresses will he made by State School Commissioner Pound, Col. W. C. Wright, Col. W. G. Post, and also by Prof. J. E. Lov- vorn, the popular principal of the school. Everybody invited to corne and bring a basket, as dinner will be served on the grounds. It’s a good thing to tell the truth oc casionally—just to keep in practice, you know. What We Have Done, With Your Help Some eight or nine years ago we opened our doors to the New nan public in a store-room 18x66 feet. We had only about $500 to put into business, hut believed we knew what the people wanted; we knew we were capable of serv ing them properly and promptly; so we began. Since then our every aim has been to give the people their full money’s worth— to give them the best drug store we are capable of conducting—to make the place attractive. To-day we are occupying some thing over 60,000 square teet of lloor space, operate our own elec tric light plant, our own machin ery for manufacturing ice cream, etc., and are paying taxes on more property than any other drug store in Coweta county. We have always stood for prog ress, and the pace we have set has been hard to follow. New nan now has the best drug stores of any city of its size in the State. We are largely responsible for it. It is with a reasonable amount of pride that we call attention to these facts. We thank you for the patron age which has made this possible. HOLT » CATES CO. NEWNAN, GA. r Mr. R. P. Davis, two miles east of the city, has fifty acres in cotton that is the wonder and admiration of all who have seen it. The cotton is now knee-high, arid with one more plowing will be ready to "lay by.” “Bud’s” neighbors, who have been struggling with rain and grass arid town cotton- choppers for more than a month, are puzzled to know how he did it. The more envious among them declare that he got ahead by working at night, and some have been mean enough to insin uate that he didn’t even stop for Sun day. Louis Beil, white, about 25 years of age, was arrested Saturday on a war rant sworn out by R. I.. Callahan, of East Newnan, charging Bel! with crim inal assault upon the person of Nannie Lee Callahan, the 18-year-old daughter of the prosecutor. The alleged offense was committed on the night of May 30, while the young woman was out driving with Bell beyond the eastern suburbs of the city. The arrest was made by Bailiff Burn Glass, at Raymond, and Bell was brought to Newnan and lodged in jail. The commitment trial will probably take place next week. A 9 Dainty, Pretty Imported FANS A NICE PRESENT FORTHE SWEEET GIRL GRADUATE Price, SI to $7 H . S . BAN T A * K.. J “TO BRING A CUSTOMER BACK” Is Our Motto «L To accomplish this, we must know that the goods we are sell ing are merchandise of value. We offer you a line of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents’ Furnishings which we feel confident will bring you back. Get in touch with ua. Barnett, St. John & Co.