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Time’s up on that summer suit.
You had best come in and let. us
show you some of the new fall
models. We certainly have a
handsome line this season. The
latest ideas in material, tailored
in the most approved fashions.
Clothing for the school boy and
his younger brother. You'll find
our clothing right—correct in
style, well-made, and reasonably
We have a new shoe for boys
that we are introducing in New-
nan this season for the first time.
If you are looking for a shoe that
will stand hard service you’ll find
it here. It is called the “Amer
ican Boy’’—a little higher than
some you’ll see elsewhere, but
the service is there. In fact, we
have never seen one quite so good
Our shoe stock is complete
throughout, for men, women and
Straw hats have seen better
days. They received their death
blow last Monday. Why not treat
your head to a new headpiece? A
"Hawes” will fill che bill. The
/ifew models are here in the latest
colors. A “Hawes” hat at three
dollars will outwear most five-
If your children do not wear
“Cadet” stockings, they should.
They are the most practical hose
for wear on the market, made of
good stout yam, with linen heels,
knees and toes to stand the strain
where most needed, and every
pair absolutely guaranteed. 25c.
a pair, or no more than you pay
for the ordinary kind.
“Interwoven” socks for men
are the same class with the “Ca
det” for children. A double
thickness of yarn is “interwo
ven” in heel and toe, thus mak
ing them hole-proof. They cost
only 25c. a pair.
We sell “Onyx” hose for wo
men, and have some exceptional
values in this line. Of course,
you know the tariff has advanced
the price on all foreign hosiery.
We supplied our needs at old
prices, and hence at 25c. to 50c.
a pair we can give you the same
Neckwear for Women
We’ve gathered together quite
the prettiest line of neckwear for
women you’ve seen in a long
while. There are jabots and
stocks, lace collars and jet col
lars, necklaces of jet, dog collars
of jet. A bewildering variety of
new styles in neckwear.
The latest ideas in all sorts of
fancy articles—hair combs, bar
rettes, collar-pins, hand-bags,
belts and beltings.
We honestly believe we have
the most complete line of dress
trimmings ever shown here.
There are jet trimmings, gold
and silver trimmings, colored
laces, spangled trimmings, orna
ments and buttons, buttons, all
kinds of buttons, in the newest
To insure a perfect fit to your
dress wear only “W. B.” corsets.
The newest ideas are embodied in
their fall models. We carry a
complete stock of the popular
styles in “W. B.” corsets.
Local Happenings Told in
^ SHort Paragraphs
NEWS AND PERSONAL ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
TO OUR LOCAL READERS.
Cotton is selling to-day at lSe.
Next Tuesday is sale-day.
The goldenrod is in bloom.
Ordinary’s Court next Monday.
Huyler’s candies at Brown Sr. Brooks’.
Dominoes and flinch at Holt & Cates
Silk Sale.—Monday, Oct. 4, at Potts
Gloss starch 3Jc. a package at Holt
& Cates Co. ’s.
Carroll Superior Court will meet
sample hats at Boone-
Get a “Kleanweir
Brown & Brooks’.
Skeeter Skoot, for
Holt & Cates Co.’s.
Dr. F. M. Ridley, of LaGrange, was
in the city Monday.
Capt. Habersham King, of Atlanta,
is in the city to-day.
The Bank of Raymond opened
business this morning.
Hon. Chas. L. Moses spent a day or
so in the city this week.
Always a complete line of fruits and
vegetables at Mitcham’s.
Mr. Fred McSwain, of Atlanta,
spent Sunday in the city.
Regular monthly meeting of County
Commissioners next Wednesday.
Miss Lutie Powell is spending a few
days with friends in Carrollton.
Let Benson press that suit of yours.
You will find him on the square.
Born, on the 25th ult., to Mr. and
Mrs. Milner Ilooten—a daughter.
Evaporated peaches and sun dried
apples, 10c. pound, at Mitcham’s.
Miss Stella Tate, of Tate, Ga., is
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. M. Cole.
Highest market price paid for hides,
G. 0. Carmichael.
-One wagon, harness and
E. C. Goodwyn.
Silks. — Moire,
benpaline and jac-
Potts & Parks,
We only ask 15c. per pound for nuts,
anil they are new crop. ’Phone 1.
Benson cleans clothes cleaner than
any cleaner that cleans. ’Phone 294.
Money to loan on improved farm
property. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
The best styles in millinery at the
most popular prices.
Full line new post-cards, all kinds
and subjects, 10c. dozen.
Holt & Cates Co.
Ten distinct styles “Kleanwell,” the
common sense toothbrush.
Brown & Brooks.
We sell ladies’ suits, and they fit and
satisfy. Call and see them.
Potts & Parks.
“Rex” fountain syringes and water
bottles; guaranteed one year.
Holt & Cates Co.
Every “Kleanwell” toothbrush that
loses a bristle will be replaced
Brown & Brooks.
“Kleanwelll,” the brush that holds
its bristles. Sold in a sealed box.
Brown & Brooks.
Good clothes at the most reasonable
prices you have seen. See ours before
you buy. Boone-Stripling Co.
Ten different shapes of “Kleanwell”
toothbrushes. All guaranteed not to
lose a bristle. Brown & Brooks.
If you use a “Kleanwell” brush,
there will be no more trouble with
loose bristles. Brown Brooks.
Linens.—All weights, weaves and
widths, from the sheerest lawn to the
heaviest sheeting. Potts & Parks.
R. A. Farmer has a quantity of
choice sweet potatoes for sale. Orders
may be left at M. C. Farmer & Co.’s.
Miss Lizzie Shackleford hai returned
from an extended visit to her brother,
Mr. Geo. Shackleford, at Chattanooga.
Wanted. —To buy a good double-bar
reled shotgun, cheap. Parker gun pre
ferred. Quick ! Address P. O. box 381.
Hon. S. T. Blalock, of Fayetteville,
was in the city yesterday and gave
The Herald and Advertiser a pleasant
Mrs. Dollie Parks and daughter,
Miss Susie Parks, of Atlanta, are with
the family of Col. W. G. Post this
For headache and neuralgia take
Bowman’s Headache and Neuralgia
Tablets. They cure. For sale at drug
If you like h gooil cigar try a “New-
nan Club Smoker” or “E. H. Jr.” All
Havana. Made in Newnan ; 5c. at ci
Mrs. Daniel Walker and Mrs. T. B.
Davis left yesterday for Ahniston,
Ala., where they will spend a we«k or
so with friends.
Full assortment of lunch baskets
from 20c. to $1 at Holt & Cates Co.’s.
Miss Julia Veach, of Adairsville, is
the attractive guest of Miss Ruth
filler, made in
Lace Collars.— Irish lace collars are
the latest. Now on sale at Potts Si
Ginghams. — New lot gingha ms-
great variety just opened at Potts &
Mr. J. A. Kinnard. of Copper Hill,
Tenn., spent Sunday with Newnan rel
If you want a long Havana filler ci
gar try “E. H. Jr;” 5c. at cigar
Our goods are as good as the best,
and our delivery service is unexcelled.
Mr. Will Hugh Pinson, of Atlanta,
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. A.
Mr. G. R. Black is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Frank Murph, at Mar-
Those who have tried “Uncle Sam”
bread like it. Fresh every day at
Miss Gamaliel Dixon, of Birming
ham, Ala., i3 visiting her aunt, Mrs.
Bowman’s Carbolated Salve for cuts,
bruises, burns and old sores, 25c. box.
At drug stores.
Highest market price paid for beef
cattle and hides by T. A. Manning, 17
E. Broad street.
G. E. Parks, real estate and insur
ance. Office over Barnett, St. John &
Co. ’s. ’Phone 325.
Mr. Harry Lundie, who has been out
West for several months, is expected
home in a few days.
Beginning Oct. 1 and continuing un
til April 1, Newnan Council, No. 22,
Jr. O. 11. A, M., will meet at 7:15 in
stead of 8 p. m.
Mr. L. P. Glass left Monday for
Louisville, Ky., where he will take
course fn the Southern Baptist Theo
Col. H. P. Lumpkin, a leading law-
ver of LaFa.vette, Ga., spent several
favs this week with Ins brother-in-law,
vfr. G. R. Black.
For Herd. — Good 6-horse farm, 4
niles from Newnan, near school and in
"id community. Apply to T. B., New-
• , Sargent, Ga.
Messrs. Earl Wynn and Theo Davis,
of this city, and Mr. Stewart Colley, of
Grantville, have matriculated at the
Slate School of Technology.
The Young Ladies’ Bible Circle of
the Cent,rid Baptist church will meet
next Friday afternoon with Mrs. Joe
A mall, at half-past 3 o’clock.
Lost. — Either on Jackson street, or
elsewhere in the city, a ladies’ gold
bracelet, handsomely engraved. Finder
will please leave at this office.
Mrs. Amelia Powers and Miss Ger
trude Powers, of Montgomery, Ala.,
who have been visiting Mrs. Wm. By
ram, returned home this week.
Let me write you an insurance poli
cy. It’s never too early, but some
times too late.
R. F. Herring, General Insurance.
Wool Dress Goods.—New shades—
burgundy, mauve, green, wistaria and
gray. “We sell dress goods.”
Potts & Parks.
Huyler’s chocoate bon bons. soul
kisses, old-fashioned chocolate creams
and a full line of small packages.
Brown & Brooks.
Mrs. C. F. Burgdorf, of Hogansville, j
is the guest this week of her sister,
Mrs. D. S. Summers.
Children like to take Bowman’s
Tasteless Castor Oil. Get a bottle
from your druggist; 25c.
Rev. R. F. Hodnett, of Franklin,
Shoes.—Button or lace, plain or pat
ent kid, wide or narrow last, high or
low instep. We fit the hard to fit.
Potts & Parks
Conkey’s Laying ’I onic produces eggs
when they are bringing a long price.
We are agents for these remedies.
Holt & Cates Co.
It is time to plant bulbs, for early
hlooming. We can supply you with
sacred lilies, narcissus and hyacinths.
Holt & Cates Co.
price. We close them out at the close
of each season. Potts & Parks.
Corsets.—“American Lady” corsets,
in long, oxtrn long, medium or short
designs; high or low bust; a model
for every figure. Potts & Parks.
Silk Sale. — Monday we put on sale
one hundred pieces of silk, one to
twelve yards each, at less than half-
price. (Monday.) Potts & Parks.
Prof. C. B. Quillian and wife have
gone to Bainbridge, the former having
been elected principal of the high
school department of the public schools
of that city.
Prof. H. S. Bowden, who has been
holding a position with a wholesale drug
house of Atlanta for several months
past, moved his family to that city a
few days ago.
Loans.— Six percent, money to lend
i well-improved farm lands. For
full information call on or write Gar
land M. Jones, Newnan, Ga., or Frank
Harwell, LaGrange, Ga.
A Correction. —The Woman’s Mis
sionary Union holds its meeting at
Elim on Wednesday, Oct. 13, and
Thursday, Oct. 14.
Mrs. Roy Cole, Supt.
Wanted. — Houses to rent. I have
quite a number of applicants for
houses. List your property with me;
I can rent it. ’Phone 325,
G. E. Parks.
Our coat suits are attracting a great
deal of attention. The largest and
most complete line in town. Prices $5
to $35. We save you money.
Mr. J, F. Hendrix, of Newnan, was
the guest of Mr A. S. Murray yester
day, on his way to Milledgeville, near
which place he will conduct a big sing
ing.—Griffin News and Sun, 1st inst.
Mr. J. N. Neill, of the First district,
writes The Herald and Advertiser that
a belled buzzard passed over his place
last Friday afternoon. It was going
eastward when last seen, Mr. Neill
Prof. J. E. Lovvorn, former princi
pal of Farmers’ High School at Sar
gent, moved with his family Monday
to Sunny Side. He will have charge of
the school at that place the coming
The lands belonging to the Henry
Dominick estate will be sold at public
outcry next Tuesday. These are among
the most valuable farming lands in the
county, and the sale will attract a
Mr. J. H. Pendergrast. who has beell
acting as assistant cashier of the
Greenville Banking Co. during the ab
sence of Mr. R. J. Atkinson in Eu
rope, has returned to Newnan.—Meri
Newnan received 390 hales of cotton
Saturday. Most of it was sold on the
spot, there being little inducement to
hold the staple with the market ruling
above 13c. Receipts up to last night
were about 1,300 bales.
spending the summer in Newnan, will
return next week to Atlanta. It will
please their many friends to know that
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sharpe will
again occupy the Hill home during the
Must lie Closed Out in One Week.—
We have twenty-three 2-horse Mitchell
wagons that must be sold at once. They
are now stored in a warehouse, and we
must get them out of the way. Fifteen
buggies and surreys in the same lot,
and all must go. See us without delay.
Mr. C. M. Morcock, former editor of
the Newnan News, has leased the Law-
renceville News-Herald, and is again in
the newspaper business. We cordially
welcome him back into the fold, and
wish him much success. He is a good
newspaper man, and deserves well at
the hands of the community which he
is serving so capably.
I now have mv office on the ground
floor,- next to Newnan Banking Co.,
formerly occupied by the insurance
firm of’ H. C, Fisher & Bons.
K. F. Herring, general insurance and
real estate “on the square.”
Automobile Notice. —I have purchased
a “White Steamer” automobile, live-
passenger type, and will rent or char
ter same to the public at reasonable
rates, A competent chauireur will be
supplied, and parties desiring the ma
chine for business purposes or pleusure
trips may secure it on application.
C. L, Baker.
Elder E. T. Carter, pastor of the
Christian church at Antioch, Heard
county, had an experience recently
that falls to the lot of few ministers of
the gospel. On Sunday, 19th ult., he
administered the ordinance of baptism
to dill’erent members ot a family that
represented three generations, the ages
of the candidates ranging from 18 to
Oysters are grown in salt water.
Fresh water wilts them, fades them,
and washes out the salt tang of the
sea, which is the oyster’s chief charm.
Ours are packed with the ice on the
outside of the containers, free from
impure ice and the odor of wood. A
trial will convince you of their superi
ority. Forty cents a quart at Mitch
There was a lively session of the
Mayor’s Court on Monday last, and
fines aggregating $247 were assessed
against the various malefactors ar
raigned before His Honor. A majori
ty of the offenders were members of
rival colored baseball teams, who un
dertook to play a match game about
two weeks ago and broke up in a free-
Mr. P. G. Stanley, who went to Chi
cago a couple of weeks ago to attend
the annual meeting ot the stockholders
qf the United Drug Co., gives a glow
ing nccount of his trip. He was re
galed at R banquet that cost $15 a
plate, saw all the sights of the “Windy
City'' worth seeing, and visited numer
ous points of Interest outside the city.
He says Chicago is a great town.
Here Is Your Chance,. —We have fif
teen buggies and surreys and two dozen
2-horse Mitchell wagons that necessity
compels us to close out at once. The
vehicles are now stored in a warehouse,
and the room is needed for other pur
poses. A great bargain for anyone
needing a buggy, surrey or wagon.
See us to-day, as they may he gone to
morrow. Bradley-Banks Co.
A fire, in most cases, is an unwel
come guest,' and a very destructive
one. You need insurance. See me. I
can place you in the best and most re
R. F. Herring, General Insurance.
Napkins, paper cups, (for serving
creams and salads,) score-cards, pen
cils, decorated candles, and many other
accessories for entertaining. Crystal-
ized fruits, special candies, creams and
ices. Holt & Cates <!o.
Please Be, Prompt.. — Prompt payment
of your note or account will be highly
appreciated. We need the money. Mr.
T. A. Hutchens haB charge of these
collections. His office is over Holt &
Gates Co. ’s. 1). W. Boone Co.
Mr. J. J. Keith is erecting a neat 6-
room cottage on his Spring street lot,
the old residence having been torn
away to make a place for the new
building. When completed it will be
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fischer.
Tax Collector Hubbard has opened
the tax books at his office in the court
house, and parties desiring to pay their
State and countv taxes will find him
ready to accommodate them. And,
while paying your taxes, don’t forget
For Sale.— One of the best small
farms in the county; lies 7 miles east
of Newnan and 2 miles west of
Sharpsburg; contains 144 acres, is well
improved, and in a splendid communi
ty. Terms easy. Apply to J. W. Ow
ens, Newnan, Ga.
For Rent.—Good 4-horse farm, 3£
miles northeast of Sharpsburg; good
dwelling arid three tenant houses; well
watered; good pastures. Will rent all
or part; terms reasonable. Apply to
G. E. Smith, Turin, Ga., or Geo. T.
Smith, College Park.
Mr. E. B. Lovern sold his home on
Jefferson street this week to Mrs. John
Rigsbv, the trade being made through
Mr. G. E. Parks, the real estate agent.
Mrs. Rigsby will move in from the
country during the coming week and
make her home in Newrmn.
Mrs. R. L. Seymour, the new lessee
of the Newnan Hotel, on Perry street,
arrived last week, and has been busy
since overhauling the rooms and in
stalling additional furniture. The
house has been thoroughly renovated,
and to-day it will be thrown open to
the public. Mrs. Seymour has had sev
eral years’ experience in the business,
and is well-equipped in every way to
run a first-class hotel.
Carroll county .will hold its first
county fair next week, to be under the
direction of the Fourth District Agri
cultural and Mechanical College.
Among the prominent Georgians who
will speak during the fair are Gov.
Brown, ex-Gov. Terrell, and Hon. M.
V. Calvin, Director of the State Ex
periment Station. The display of ex
hibits will he both elaborate and at
tractive, and the fair promises to ho a
brilliant success. During fair week
the Central road will soil tickets at re
The total enrollment in the city pub
lic schools this week foots up 808—
043 white and 225 colored -distributed
as follows; Temple avenue school,
304; Atkinson grammar school, 204;
Murray street school, (East Newnan,)
75; ML Vernon school, (colored,) 225.
A teacher for the fourth grade of the
Mt. Vernon school was elected last Sat
urday, and another lady teacher for the
high school department of the Temple
avenue school will be chosen in a few
days also. Applicants for the last-
named position will ho examined at 9
a. m. on Saturday. Oct. 9, at the Tem
ple avenue school building.
The showing of fall and winter mil
linery bv Newnan establishments last
week, and again this week, brought
out the usual throngs of women shop
pers interested in the new styles, and
all did a ru.-hing business. Mrs. Lola
Adams and Miss Ella Turner had their
openings on Wednesday and Thursday
of last week, and the Boone-Stripling
Co. put on their display Wednesday and
yesterday. The showing of hats was
most artistic, rnariv exclusive models
being exhibited for the first time in
Newnan. Many ladies from out of
town attended the openings, and it is
needless to sav that those in charge of
the displays were kept busy.
A home is not a home without _
I father, and a father is not a father un-
| less he amply provides with life insur- I
| ance to protect his loved ones in case j
I of death. See me. I have th ' “
After little more than a week's can-
vass the committee appointed to solicit
funds with which to enlarge and re
model the First Methodist church
building have succeeded in raising $10.-
000. Believing that this sum will be
best! sufficient to complete the work the
Full assortment of doll heads in
china, bisque, brass and celluloid. You
can make that old one last until Christ-
j will preach at Mt. Carmel
come, next Sunday night.
near Wei- mas.
Holt & Cates Co.
Mrs. G. E. Croft, who has been seri
ously ill for the past two weeks, was
reported better yesterday.
Mr. S. F. Summers and family have
moved to Vienna, Ga., where they will
make their home in future.
I shall be forced to move my coal
yard, to make room for the new rail
road; so buy your coal now and save
money. E. C. Goodwyn.
For Sale Quick.—House; large lot;
water, electric lights, and all conven
iences. Address P. O. box 465.
The Western Baptist Association will
meet with Elim church, in the Fourth
district, on Wednesday, 13th inst.
Onion sets, lawr, grass seed, seven-
top turnip seed, seed and bulbs for
house blooming. Now is the time to
plant them. Holt & Cates Co.
We have over one hundred and fifty
overcoats that are priced about one-
third off regular price. Get one before
they are gone. Boone-Stripling Co.
Silk Sale. — Monday. Come, sure,
and get a waist, skirt or dreBs at half-
contract on the market.
R. F. Herring, General Insurance.
subscription list was closed yesterday,
and a building committee was ap
pointed as follows: Garland Jones,
Harness and Shoe Shop.-I can please I president, II. H. North, treasurer, L.
you iri buggy, surrey, wagon or gout I H* Hill, secretary, Dr. R. J^ Bigham,
harness. Repair your harness and Williams and M. G. Keith.
shoes. Rubber heels and blacksmith
aprons always on hand. I guarantee
satisfaction. Opposite postoffice.
A. Jay Billings.
Mrs. Martha Wright and Mrs. E. J.
King, two of Newrian’s venerable and
most lovable women, were guests of
honor at a dining given by Mrs. E. F.
Sims Wednesday, the occasion being
the 75th birthday of Mrs. King. Mrs.
Wright celebrated her 79th birthday
not long ago.
Mrs. Sue C. Hill and Mrs. Colquitt
Carter and little son, who have been
Plans for the projected improvements
have been ac opted bv the committee,
and it is hoped to have ihe work com
pleted by the end of the year.
Wo have just rceoived a supply
of winter grass seed, which you
can sow on your Bermuda beds,
or elsewhere, and have a beauti
ful green lawn all winter.
I f you want to plant on Bermu
da bods all you have to do is to
broadcast just before or after a
rain, or wet with garden hose. It
comes thick and beautiful, will
grow all winter, and die down in
the early summer, when Bermu
da comes out, doing no damage
to the Bermuda sod.
If you want to plant in an un
planted lot have the ground thor
oughly prepared by plowing and
harrowing, broadcast the seed,
and rake in with a common rake.
If you keep stock, this grass
will make a fine winter pasture,
and will materially increase the
milk and butter yield, if you keep
It is time to plant now! Call
and talk the matter over with us,
or ’phone us. We will be glad to
give further information.
HOLT & CATES CO.
Solis the famous
Card of Thanks.
We desire through the columns of
your valuable paper to thank our
neighbors for their kindness to us dur
ing the short illness of mV wife and our
mother, as well as for their expres
sions of sympathy in our sad bereave
ment. May God’s richest blessings at
tend them through life is our prayer.
J. F. Hindsman and Children.
St. Charles, Ga., Sept. 28th.
Sample on exhibition at his store,
i Come and try it. j
Be Sure of
Don’t Take Chances.
Haekett, Carhart & Co. Suits,
$15 to $25.
Hart Sehafrner & Marx Suits,
$16.50 to $30.
Sonneborn & Co. Suits, $10 to $18.
Walk-Over Shoes, $3.50 to $5.
Stetson Hats, $3 to $5.
Come to see us. We handle
goods that have a reputation be
Barnett, St. John & Co.