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NEWS AND PERSONAL
NEW FALL Percales in
COTTONS dark colors
for children’s school dresses.
New prints in dark styles.
New suitings for early fall
Ginghams and madras cloths in
light or dark patterns.
NEW FOOT- The Edwin
WEAR Clapp shoe
for men—conceded to be the best
The French shoe for men in
fhe new shapes for fall.
Nobby styles in plain or patent
kid, price $4.
HOSIERY The “Interwo
ven” socks for men—the most
durable on the market. There
are a thousand imitations, but
only one genuine “Interwoven;”
price 25c. Every pair guaran
“The Cadet” stocking for boys
and girls. The scientific stock
ing, made for service. Linen
heels, knees and toes. Every
pair is guaranteed; price 25c.
A complete line of all sorts of
seasonable hosiery, in weights,
colors and qualities now in de
CORSETS We are con
stantly replenishing our stock
with the new models in corsets.
The “W. B.” corset leads all
others in fit, quality of material
and finish. To have your dress
correctly fitted wear a “W. B.”
COLLARS When you buy
collars insist on their being linen.
Cotton collars do not hold their
shape or wear so long as the
linen. The “Peyser” collar is
the only linen collar on the mar
ket at the price—10c. and 15c.,
according to shape.
THE M ’CALL Subscribe
MAGAZINE now for
the McCall Magazine. It costs
but 20c. a year when called for at
our store, and is the best maga
zine published. We carry a com
plete stock of McCall patterns—
the best made.
Did you ever court a girl.
Perfect peach, perfect pearl,
In the parlor when the lamplight glimmered low?
Did you ever hold her hand,
Try to make her understand
That her words would bring you heaven, bring
Did you ever clasp her tight
To your bosom, while the light
Of a sudden seemed to gently fade away?
If you did, were you not mad
When her mother and her dad
Hollered. "Jennie, how much longer will he
R. F. Herring, ’phone 278.
’Possums will soon be ripe.
R. F. Herring, real estate.
Who will bring in the first bale?
R. F. Herring, general insurance.
Elastic belts and belting at Potts &
Mr. C. B. Glover is at Borden
R. F. Herring, general insurance and
Miss Edna Nall is visiting friends at
Rooms for rent. Apply to Mrs. R.
Home-raised melons are now quite
plentiful in the market.
Don’t miss the contest at the skating
rink next Tuesday night.
“Uncle Sam” bread fresh every day
at Mitcham’s. ’Phone 1.
Mr. Roy Bohannon is sojourning at
Wrightsville Beach, N. C.
Belt pins, beauty pins and ladies’
hand-bags at Potts & Parks’.
Mr. J. Frank Lee is at Borden
Springs for a week’s sojourn.
Let Benson press that suit of yours.
You will find him on the square.
Miss Lollie Lewis, of Atlanta, is
visiting Mrs. Howard C. Glover.
The postoffice at Filmore (formerly
Bexton) is now open for business.
Miss Cornelia Lovejoy, of Clarkston,
is visiting Mrs. Mary C. Lovejoy.
Mr. C. C. Pitts is spending the week
with his brother at Anniston, Ala.
’Phone 1 for prompt delivery, and
the best in groceries and vegetables.
Mrs. J. N. Marbury and children are
visiting relatives at Shady Dale, Ga.
Benson cleans clothes cleaner than
any cleaner that cleans. ’Phone 294.
Go-Fly keeps flies off horses and cat
tle;—25c. and 50c. at all drug stores.
Highest market price paid for hides.
G. 0. Carmichael.
Miss Claudia Troutman, of Milledge-
ville, is the guest of Miss Eddie North.
Misses Eva May and Undine Brown
are with friends in West Point this
Miss Elizabeth Hogan, of Hogans-
ville, is the guest of Miss Cammie
Born, on the 15th inst., to Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Head, of Carrollton—a
Mrs. Boyd Stephens and children are
spending the week with relatives in
Miss Lily Nunnally, of Lake City,
Fla., is the guest of Newnan friends
After a visit of several days with
Atlanta friends Miss Daisy Lee has re
Mrs. G. E. Parks and Mary Kathe
rine Parks are in Asheville, N. C., for
a few weeks.
Newnan is already the cleanest town
in Georgia, and the garbage carts are
Highest market price paid for beef
cattle and hides by T. A. Manning, 17
E. Broad street.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Whatley, of
Brunswick, are spending the week with
For Renf.—Two stores in Carpenter
building; possession Sept. 1. Apply to
J. T. Carpenter.
Dr. Z. Greene, of Newnan, was a
visitor at the home of Mr. W. D. Wood-
yard Sunday. -West Point Herald.
Great values in sample hats for men,
boys and children.
fl Special values in wnue goods, shirt
ing and shirt-waist materials.
If you want to save money on dry
goods see our remnant counters.
Oxfords.—Ladies’, misses’ and chil
dren’s oxfords at reduced prices.
Potts & Parks.
I can rent your houses for you, to
desirable tenants. List them with me.
G. E. Parks, ’phone 325.
Linens.—Sheer or heavy linen lawn;
pillow-case or sheet linen. We sell lin
ens. Potts & Parks.
Novelties. — Hair nets, electric curl
ers, hair rats, combs, barrettes and
pins. Potts & Parks.
Corsets.—Vie sell corsets. A shape
for every figure—a price for every
purse. Potts & Parks.
For school and house dresses we are
showing a beautiful line of ginghams
and percales. H. C. Glover Co.
New Fall Goods.-—Ginghams, per
cales, calicoes, linonettes and suitings,
for school dresses. Potts & Parks.
Mrs. J. C. Williams and son, Henry,
met a party of friends from Athens in
Atlanta last Sunday and spent the day.
Misses Wilton Wood and Nona Den
nis have returned from a pleasant vis
it to relatives and friends at Palmetto.
Mrs. Otis Shank and children, of Ho-
gansville, are visiting Mrs. Shank’s
brother, Dr. W. H. Tanner, near Ros-
Mrs. It. L. Moncrief and Miss Ruth
Moncrief left Wednesday on a visit to
relatives in Atlanta and Morrow’s Sta
Mr. and Mrs. Park Newton, Miss
Katie Arnall and Miss Louise Gear-
reld spent the week-end at Indian
Prof. Solon B. Cousins, of Locust
Grove Institute, will preach at the
First Baptist church next Sunday at
11 a. m.
Secure your valuables from burglars
and sneak thieves by procuring a bur
glar policy from R. F. Herring, gener
After a pleasant visit with Newnan
relatives Mrs. Cotter Lovejoy and two
children left Saturday for their home
in New Orleans.
Funerals are moving pictures adver
tising life insurance. R. F. Herring
has the best and strongest life compa
ny in existence.
Dr. T. W. Sewell has moved his den
tal office to one of the upper front
rooms of the Stripling building, over
C. P. Cole’s store.
Mr. Howard Davis left Saturday for
New York. He is considering several
propositions to locate in that city, and
may decide to do so.
Hon. J. B. Goodwyn sold this week,
through G. E. Parks, the real estate
agent, 175 acres of fine farming land
in the Sixth district.
Mr. J. R. Holt, of the Holt & Cates
Co., left Saturday for New York,
where he will spend several days buy
ing goods for his house.
Mr. I. N. Orr, jr., left Tuesday for
Baltimore and New York, where he
will spend a couple of weeks buying
new fall goods for his house.
Mrs. J. B. Crane and daughter, of
LaGrange, and Miss Lizzie Gill and
little niece, of Atlanta, are the guests
of Mrs. Dora Baughman this week.
The general meeting for the fourth
district of the Western Baptist Associ
ation will convene next Friday at Eti-
enezer church, in the Sixth district.
Ladies’ Skirts. —Vie are showing a
beautiful line of new fall skirts, in the
very newest styles.
H. C. Glover Co.
New Shoes.—Ladies’ new fall shoes
now in, ready for girls going [off to
school. Let us show you.
Potts & Parks.
WE CAN SAVE On a »
YOU MONEY It nds
■ of staple dry goods. We bought
: an ample stock before the rise in
prices, and are thus able to offer
}' them very cheap.
Just received at Mitcham’s a ship
ment of mangoes and sweet midget
pickle. ’Phone 1.
Mrs. J. H. Foster and son, Excell,
have returned from a visit to relatives
in North Georgia.
Look ahead in time, lest you look
back too late. See R. F. Herring,
New Dress Goods.— Silks, wool goods
and trimmings of buttons and braids,
at Potts & Parks’.
For Sale.— Three hundred acre farm,
3 miles east of Newnan, with good im
provements, on easy terms.
G. E. Parks, 'phone 325.
We have just received a beautiful col
lection of barrettes and back and side
combs, in the very newest styles.
H. C. Glover Co.
Why pay rent when you can buy a
home, in city or country, on easy
terms? Buy now and make money.
G. E. Parks, 'phone 325.
Mr. H. M. Arnold and daughter,
Miss Nevelle Arnold, are at Borden j
Springs for a few days.
Mr. M. C. Robison has made a busi
ness engagement with H. C. Glover
Co. for the coming season.
Mrs. Howard Hughs and Mrs. Ed
Rutland are spending the week with
their parents at West Point.
Miss Nelle Beavers has returned
from an extended visit to her aunt,
Mrs. C. E. Register, in Atlanta.
Mrs. A. A. Barge and children left
Sunday for a visit of ten days to rela
tives in Atlanta and Douglasville.
Hair Switches.— If you want your
hair to look stylish buy one of our hair
switches. Made of real human hair.
H. C. Glover Co.
Lanes, Laces.—Hew lot laces—Ger
man, val. and linen laces. Five thou
sand yards now on sale at 5c. the yard.
Potts & Parks.
Corsets.—“American Lady” corsets
—a model for every figure. Medium or
long, high or low bust. We lead in sale
of corsets Potts & Parks.
For Sale or Exchange. —Good surrey,
(one of best makes;) used but little.
Will sell at a bargain, or will swap for
a good mule. W. A. Potts.
Miss Ada Lassetter has returned
home, after spending a pleasant vaca
tion with relatives at Sharpsburg.
Judge A. D. Freeman filled Rev. F.
J. Amis’ pulpit at Elim last Sunday,
preaching to a large congregation.
For Sale or Rent.—New 8-room resi
dence on Greenville street. Good gar
den, barn, and all modern conveniences.
Possession Sept. 1. Apply to W. A.
Dr. J. S. Hardaway has returned
from his vacation trip, and requests
The Herald and Advertiser to announce
that he will occupy his pulpit as usual
on Sunday next.
Mt. Zion camp-meeting will open to
night and continue until Tuesday night.
The camp-ground is about one mile
south of Vaughn’s, on the Atlanta and
Mrs. N. 0. Banks and daughter,
Miss Ethel Banks, who have been vis
iting her sister. Mrs. W. M. Gibson,
returned Thursday to Grantville. Ce-
Do you want to rent, sell or buy
farm or city property? See R. F. Her
ring, real estate agent. He has a list
of the best and most desirable proper
ties in Coweta county.
Mrs. F. G. Golden and family left
Monday for Young Harris, Ga., where
they will reside in future, Mrs. Golden
having been appointed matron of
Young Harris Institute.
Mr. Willis Davis, private secretary
to Congressman Adamson, returned
from Washington on Saturday last, and
will remain at home until the meeting
of Congress in December.
Lost.— July 30, in Newnan, large fe
male dog; white ring on one side of
neck, and white feet. Any informa
tion will be thankfully received by W.
H. Brack, Sharpsburg, Ga.
Mr. Will Prather, formerly with II.
C. Glover Co., is now with P. F. Cut-
tino & Co., and will he pleased to
serve his friends when they need any
thing in the dry goods line.
Mr. J. H. Foster will leave to-mor
row for North Georgia, where he will
attend the annual camp-meeting near
Woodstock. He will also visit rela
tives before returning home.
Mr. J. H. Russell has made a busi
ness engagement with Smythe & Sims,
of Atlanta, and during the coming sea
son will buy cotton for that firm in
Newnan and adjacent territory.
The City Board of Education has or
dered the building of an annex to the
Mt. Vernon school, in East Newnan,
the addition to be 450x40 feet. Mr. W.
G. McWilliams has the contract.
On Monday next the Central of Geor
gia railway will run its last excursion
to Tybee for this season. The train
will leave Newnan at 3:39 a. m., and
the fare for the round trip is $5.
Next Tuesday night there will
be a prize awarded to the most grace
ful couple on skates at the skating
rink. This contest promises to be
very interesting. Don’t miss it.
Any intelligent person may earn
a good income corresponding for news
papers. Experience unnecessary. Send
stamp for full particulars. Empire
Press Syndicate, Middleport, N. Y.
Wanted.— Reliable, energetic man to
sell lubricating oils, greases and paints
in Coweta and adjacent counties. Sal
ary or commission.
Stetson Oil Co., Cleveland, O.
Ladies’ Pel I i coats.—We are showing
the handsomest line of silk and Heath-
erhloom petticoats ever displayed in
Newman. Ask to see them.
H. C. Glover Co.
Found. — Under Greenville street
bridge a pair of gold spectacles. Own
er may get same by calling on Mr.
Stewart at A. &. W. P. depot, proving
property and paying for this adver
It is better to have it and not need
it, than to need it and not have it.
This applies to insurance especially.
Let me write you a policy. R. F. Her
ring, general insurance and real estate,
The Newnan friends of Mr. John L.
Morris, of St. Charles, sympathize
with him in the loss of his beloved
companion, whose death occurred Sun
day, after a long illness. The funeral
.took place Monday.
Mrs. J. W. Bowers, who underwent
an operation at a aanatarium in Atlan
ta three weeks ago, returned home
yesterday. She is rapidly improving,
with every chance in favor of an early
and complete recovery.
Mr. Cliff Kersey left yesterday for
New York and other Eastern markets,
where he will lay in a big stock of fall
and winter dry goods and clothing for
his firm, Messrs. H. C. Glover Co. He
will be absent about ten days.
The machinery and buildings owned
by the Newnan Market & lee Co. will
be sold at public outcry on Sept. 7.
This is one of the most valuable prop
erties in Newnan, and will bring a
good price. See advertisement.
Mr. Frank L. Stevens left Friday
for New York on his semi-annual stock
buying trip, and will spend two or
three weeks ransacking the dry goods
markets for the best and most desir
able things to be had in this line.
The many friends of Dr. A. C. North
will regret to learn that he has been
seriously indisposed for several days.
He has not been well since early sum
mer, and for the past week has been
confined to his bed most of the time.
We are receiving arid putting on sale
great quantities of new fall goods.
Our buyers secured some great values
on their recent visit to New York,
which are being received daily.
Warning. —All persons are hereby
warned not to harbor or give employ
ment to my son, Homer Williams. He
is a minor, and left home without my
approval or consent. This Aug. 18,
1909. Fannie Williams.
We have the most attractive and up-
to date ladies’ suit and ready-to-wear
department in this section. Suits $5
to 825. When you are ready to talk
suits, we are ready with the goods and
prices. Boone-Stripling Co.
Farms For Sale.—One farm, 75
acres, 3 miles from Newnan, with two
dwellings; price $2,000. Also, 100
acres, near Welcome; good improve
ments ; rents for six bales of cotton ;
price $2,700. J. H. McKoy.
Late reports from Mr. H. S. Banta,
who submitted to a serious operation
at a private sanatariurn in Atlanta two
or three weeks ago, are most encourag
ing, and he will probably be able to re
turn home by the latter part of next
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Jones and chil
dren have returned from Newi an,
where they have been the guests of
Mr. J. I’. Jones at his country home,
"Riverside,” and have as their guest
Mrs. Otis Jones, of Newnan. Atlanta
Rev. W. J. Cotter preached at Love
joy Memorial church Sunday morning,
and was greeted by a large congrega
tion. There is also a flourishing Sun
day-school at this church, the work
there having grown amazingly in re
Mr. Gluts. Attawav, of the Third dis
trict, brought in an open boll of cotton
on the loth inst. The Third district is
usually several days ahead of the oth
er districts, both with blooms and open
bolls, but Cedar Creek beat the Third
this year by six days.
Harness and Shoe Shop. 1 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 postoftice.
A. Jay Billings.
Miss Hanict Calhoun left this after
noon to join her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
A. W. Calhoun, who are the guests of
Mrs. John M. Hill, at Newnan. Miss
Calhoun will remain for a few days.
Dr. and Mrs. Calhoun will remain some
time longer.- Atlanta Journal, Kith
Public Entertainment. — For the ben
efit of the Methodist church there will
be given two plays at the school build
ing in Lutherville Wednesday evening,
Aug. 25, at 8 o’clock. Admission, 26c.
for adults, and 15c. for children under
15 years of age. The public is cor
Work upon the Atkinson Grammar
School building, in South Newnan, is
progressing rapidly, and it is believed
now that it will be ready for occupan
cy by Oct. 1. The walls are up, the
roof is on, the plumbing is nearly fin
ished, and only the interior work re
mains to be done.
Mary Jane and Buster Brown, as
sisted by Happy Hooligan, have made
a hit at the skating rink this week.
Mary Jane and Buster are the cham
pion young skaters of the world. Their
last performance in Newnan will take
place Saturday night, Aug. 21, at 9
o’clock. Don’t miss this. Admission
Oakland Lodge, K. of 1’., will give a
barbecue at Ray Bark next Tuesday
afternoon, and judging from the exten
sive preparations that are being made
it will be a big affair. The jollity of
the occasion will be pleasurably en
hanced by the presence of several vis
iting knights and a number of invited
Mr. Nelson, who represents Strauss
Bros., makers of men’s clothing, will
be at our store on next. Tuesday and
Wednesday, Aug. 24 and 25, with a
complete and up-to-date line of wool
ens. Call and examine these goods,
and let us take your measure and make
you a suit for fall.
P. F. Cuttino & Co.
Meat Market and Wood Yard.— I
have opened a meat market in connec
tion with my store at 59 Jefferson
street, arid shall keep at all times a
choice assortment of fresh meats. 1
have also opened a wood yard, and cun
supply good, dry wood in any quantity
desired, either stove or cord lengths.
,1. W. Abercrombie.
/la ughters of the < 'onfederaetj. Mem
bers of Newnan Chapter, IJ. 1). C., are
requested to meet in the assembly-room
next Thursday at half-past 12 o’clock,
for the purpose of attending the barbe
cue to be tenrlered the chapter by the
veterans of Coweta county.
Mrs. R. D. Cole, jr., Pres’t.
Mrs. W. A. Steed, Cor. Sec’y.
Messrs. Geo. T. Brown and A. L.
Brooks, of Griffin, have bought the
stock and fixtures of the Reese Drug
Co., and are now in charge of the busi
ness. Both have had long experience
in the drug trade, and there is no rea
son why they should not make a big
success of their venture. We ex
tend them a cordial welcome to New
P. F. Cuttino & Co. take pleasure in
announcing that Mr. Nelson, who rep
resents Strauss Bros., makersof men's
clothing, will fie at their store on Tues
day and Wednesday, Aug. 24 and 25,
with a complete line of woolens. They
invite their friends and patrons to call
and examine this line, and let them
take your measure and have a suit
made for fall.
Notice, to Fanners. — The ginnery
attached to the Southern Cotton Oil
Mill in Newnan has been equipped with
a complete Munger ginning outfit, and
we are better prepared than ever to
handle your cotton in the seed. The
manager hopes to be remembered fiy
his farmer friends when the ginning
W. C. McBride, Manager.
Messrs. Geo. T. Brown and A. L.
Brooks, of this city, have bought the
Reese Drug Co.’s store in Newnan.
They are well-known and popular here,
and big success is predicted for them
in their new field. They will take
charge of the store at an early date.
While Griffin wishes them abundant
success in their new home, she regrets
to see them leave. Middle Georgia
A. R. P. Sabbath-School Association.
The Sabbath-school Convention of
the Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church of Georgia will meet in annual
session with the Moreland church on
Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock, and
will continue through Thursday even
ing. Following is the programme out
Wednesday, 3 p. m. “The Primary
Department,” Rev. W. T. Ellis. Dis
Thursday, 10 a. m.—Business meet
Thursday. 11a. m.- “Teacher Train
ing,” Dr. J. S. Moffatt.
Thursday, 3:30 p. rn. “Missions in
Sabbath-school and Y. P. C. U.,” Rev.
J. A. Gordon. Discussion.
Thursday, 8 p. rn. — "The Adult Bible
Class,” Dr. J. S. Moffatt. Discussion.
Don’t become too worldly wise.
Keep some of your illusions ard you
will retain just that much of youth.
A cigar may he made
of the host tobacco, yet
if it is not properly kept
it will not he a good
We devote especial
care to keeping our ci
gars in the best condi
tion. Our cigar cases
are built, along scientific
lines, so that every cigar
handed over our counter
is in perfect condition—
just moist enough, with
all the aroma and flavor
of the tobacco retained.
If you don’t know
what a difference this
makes, try buying your
cigars from us.
Some of these good brands are:
“H. & C. Special,”
‘ ‘Cuba Roma, ”
“Black and White,”
All 10 cents.
HOLT if CATES CO.
Sells the famous
Sample on exhibition at his store.
Come and try it.
j Now is Time to
At Unusually Low Prices
The season is over for us, but not
for you. Everything in the
way of Summer Clothing, Ox
fords, Straw Hats, etc., going
at unprecedentedly low prices
to close out allsummergoods,
in order that we make ready
for fall business. That’s the'
story in a nutshell. Call
and see us and be convinced.
St. John & Co.