We direct especial attention to
our line of 27-unch silks for mak
ing inexpensive street and even
ing dresses. Included in the lot
are Crepes de Chine, Satin Lustre
Silks, Snantongs, Suesine Silks,
etc., in a complete range of col
ors-price 50c. a yard. These
goods have the appearance and
wearing qualities of much more
Tailor-Made Suits T l h i I„ h f '£
suit buying is here. Each ex
press brings us in something new
in Ladies’Suits. If you have not
already purchased your new suit
come in and let us show you
through our line. Positively the
greatest line of suits ever shown
Pnrepfp We have just received a
uuiogio new shipment of “W.
B.” Corsets, which includes some
new models just brought out. To
have your gown fitted get one of
the latest models. The “W. B. ”
Corsets set the fashion.
Uneipru We direct your atten-
iiuoiGij tion to the exception
al values we are now showing in
Ladies’ Hose at moderate prices.
Note these two styles just re
ceived, price 25c.—both excellent
One-and-one ribbed Hose, made
of a hard twisted yarn, that will
stand the wear; very elastic, so
as not to bind; foot full-fash
ioned; fast black.
Plain black Hose, made of fine
maco cotton in a weight suitable
for winter wear; full-fashioned;
fast black dye.
Chnp? We have just received a
diiuco jjne of Shoes for ten
der feet—not dressy Shoes for
church wear, but roomy, com
fortable Shoes. Ask to see
“Grover’s” Shoes for tender feet.
Dress Trimmings ^*7™?
elties in all sorts of Dress Trim
mings—Jets, Gold, Silver, Jet
Ornaments, Jet Bands, Gold and
Silver Edges and Insertions. A
large assortment of stylish But
Table Linens w SjS th ™»
would like for you to try. We
have been handling the same
cloth for five or six years, and
hence know its wearing qualities.
It is 70 inches wide, and comes
in a number of handsome pat
terns—price $1 a yard. We guar
antee it to outwear any Table
Linen you ever bought, no mat
ter what the price.
Ask to see our Belgian silver
Kill fildVPS We are selling the
■mu uiutea same dol | ar Kif]
Gloves that the largest depart
ment stores all over the country
are handling as a special value.
You will not find a better Glove
for the money anywhere than
our dollar Glove. All sizes and
Handkerchiefs T 7„r h, c „5S;
chiefs are here—oceans of them.
Never before have we shown
such an excensive line. We
make a specialty of Handker
chiefs in fancy boxes for Christ
mas presents. Not too early to
be preparing for the holiday sea-
Local Happenings Told in
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NEWS AND PERSONAL ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
TO OUR LOCAL READERS.
Cotton is set I ini) to-day at U3-Sc.
Oh, you turkey 1
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day.
Hair Nets. — All shades, at Potts &
Don’t torget to register for the city
Hot milk chocolate at Brown &
! The county public schools will open
( next Monday.
I Furnished rooms for rent. Apply at
34 Thompson street.
Chocolate made with Huyler’s cocoa
at Brown & Brooks’.
Miss Helen Carpenter is visiting
friends at Montezuma.
Benson’s Pressing Club will be closed
on Thanksgiving Day.
Hot chocolate, beef tea, boullion,
etc., at Brown & Brooks’.
Next Wednesday will be “Clover
Day” at P. F. Cuttino & Co.’s.
Let Benson press that suit of yours.
You will find him on the square.
Born, on the 12th inst., to Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Poage—a daughter.
Joe Dial is betting that cotton will
be selling at 17c. before Jan. 1.
Heavy wool goods for making chil
dren’s cloaks, at Potts & Parks’.
Mr. J. R. Spence, of Camilla, Ga.,
visited Newnan friends this week.
Silks, Silks. —Moire, bengaline and
jacquard weaves, at Potts & Parks’.
Bridge whist score-pads.
Holt & Cates Co.
Men’s wool socks 25c. and 35c.
I. N. Orr Co.
Underwear at under prices, all sizes.
Highest market price paid for hides.
G. O. Carmichael.
Great values in lap-robes at $1 to $5.
Sample hats for men very much un
der value. Boone-Stripling Co.
We serve chocolate that is hot and
made right. Brown & Brooks.
Heavy winter night shirts 50c., 09c.,
85c. and $1. I. N. Orr Co.
Benson cleans clothes cleaner than
any cleaner that cleans. ’Phone 294.
A fresh shipment of Huyler’s can
dies every week. Brown & Brooks.
For Sale. — A full - breed setter.
Cheap for cash. Apply at this office.
Umbrellas. — Special prices on ladies’
umbrellas. See them at Potts & Parks’.
Mrs. J. W. Dukes, of Gadsden, Ala.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ida Kersey.
Nearly foui hundred bales of cotton
were received in Newnan last Saturday.
Mrs. J. M. Wilson, of Fairburn, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. B. T. Thomp-
Notice.—You can get a barrel of oil
at all times at H. C. Arnall Mdse.
Farm for Rent.— Good farm, 2 miles
east of court-house. Apply to A. B.
Dress Goods. —All the latest shades
and textures, just opened at Potts &
Seed Wheat. — Home-raised purple-
straw seed wheat at T. G. Farmer &
Mrs. Marvin Starr, of Roscoe, was
the guest Tuesday of Miss Athagene
Mrs. F. A. Willis and little daughter
are visiting relatives at Alexander
Mrs. Joseph Hugh Nevelle, of Ports
mouth. Va., is the guest of Mrs. Gar
Mr. C. M. Hall, of Jude, Wis., is
visiting his father, Mr. J. D. Hall, near
The swellest line of frames ever
shown in Newnan can be had at War-
Mr. Frank Holmes, of Macon, spert
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Holmes.
Wanted. — Presser. Apply at the
Benson Pressing Club. Amateurs “keep
off the grass.”
Mrs. T. W. Powel is spending the
week in LaGrange with her daughter,
Mrs. J. D. Faver.
Flannels. — Blue, gray and black ; all-
wool, 5u-inch flannels for underskirts,
at Potts & Parks’.
Cotton went off several points yes
terday and to-day. Quotations to-day
are 14J to 14| cents.
Mrs. R. J. Barnett, who has been
quite ill with typhoid fever, is reported
better this morning.
For Rent.—A. desirable home on Tem
ple avenue. Apply to G.- E. Parks, real
estate and insurance.
Miss Annie Anderson, who spent the
summer in Newnan, has returned to
Florida for the winter.
Mr. Allen Chandler, of Lutherville,
was in the city yesterday, and gave
this office a pleasant call.
Mrs. Susie Turnipseed, of Atlanta,
spent several days last week with her
sister, Mtb. L. A. Perdue.
Bridge whist score-pads.
Holt & Cates Co.
Tuesday night’s rain brought a
change in the weather, and overcoats
were in demand yesterday.
Mrs. Inez Spruell, of Newport News,
Va., was the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
L. A. Perdue, the past week.
Next Thursday being Thanksgiving
Day, and a legal holiday, the postof-
tice and banks will be closed.
Hon. John B. Goodwyn and Dr. Duke
Lee attended the State Baptist Con
vention at Dublin this week.
Mr. Lynch Turner left Saturday for
Missouri, to attend the marriage of a
favorite niece, near St. Louis.
A special programme of music will
be given by the choir of the Central
Baptist church next Sunday night.
All the latest things in fancy ruch-
ings; 5c. and 10c. collars.
See our table filled with outing and
cotton suiting remnants.
I. N Orr Co.
Hair nets, hair rats, beauty pins, belt
pins, combs, crochet hooks.
Potts & Parks.
Special $20 drop-head sewing ma
chines at $15. Only two left.
Broken lot boys’ and girls’ sailors,
worth $1 to $2, to close at 38c.
I. N. Orr Co .
Ladies’ Suits. — Stylishly cut, from
best materials. We sell suits.
Potts & Parks.
New shipment reps, mercerized pop
lins and suitings just received.
Huvler’s costs more, but it is known
to be the best all over the world.
Brown & Brooks.
“American Lady” Corsets.—A mod
el for every figure. We sell corsets.
Potts & Parks.
Merchants Take Notice.—We are car
rying, for your convenience, oil in bar
rels. II. C. Arnall Mdse. Co.
Money to Lend. — Money to lend on
farm lands, one to five years at 6 pel
cent. R. 0. Jones.
Shoes, Shoes.—Ladies’, misses’, and
children’s shoes. We lead in these
lines. Potts & Parks.
Something new every time you call.
Just opened new dre*s goods, buttons
and trimmings. Potts & Parks.
Buttons and. Trimmings — Jet but
tons, ornaments and braids, headed
pannels and yokes. Potts & Parks.
“Lion Brand” Shetland floss, Saxony
and Germantown wool, slipper soles
and crochet hooks at Potts & Parks’.
You can save money on dress goods
by attending our “Clover Day” sale
next Wednesday. P. F. Cuttino & Co.
For Rent.—'Two-horse farm, one mile
east of Raymond. Apply to Dr. T. S.
Railey, Newnan, or E. J. Bailey, Ray
Capt. Thos. Leigh, who was laid up
two or three weeks from a severe at
tack of la grippe, is able to be out
The Ladies’ Bible Study Circle of
the Central Baptist church will meet
next Friday afternoon with Mrs. R.
See L. R. Powell, 19 LaGrange street,
before buying your stalk-cutters and
disc harrows, with and without
The Bible Circle of the First Bap
tist church will meet next Tuesday af
ternoon in the Sunday-school room of
Mrs. C. W. Beale, of Montgomery,
Ala., came up this week to be with her
mother, Mrs. S. A. Hornsby, who is
Dr. F. M. Ridley, of LaGrange, will
come up to-night and be given the Or
der of the Red Cross by Tancred Com-
mandery, K. T.
The best wheat for sowing in this
latitude is the home-raised purple-
straw. Get your seed from T. G. Far
mer & Sons Co.
You can fumigate your own home at
very moderate cost by calling on
Thompson & Scroggin, who will show
you how to do it.
Mrs. Mike Powell left Monday for
Charleston, S. C., where she will be
the guest for several weeks of Major
and Mrs. Richard Briggs.
Mrs. D. F. Collins, of Camilla, Ga.,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Ida Kersey, left this week for a visit
to relatives in Cedartown.
Advertising pays. I. N. Orr Co. ad
vertised 20 lbs. rice for $1 in our last
issue, since when the firm has sold
from 200 to 500 pounds each day.
Cotton Dress Goods. — Reps, soie-
settes, poplins. All the new snades.
Call or send your order.
Potts & Parks.
Huyler’s hot milk chocolate—the
smoothest, most delicious chocolate
that ever passed your lips.
Brown & Brooks.
We have the Vulcan middle-buster,
the Syracuse and the Brindley; but we
regard the Vulcan as the best.
Johnson Hardware Co.
Strictly Cash Hereafter.—On and af
ter Nov. 8 I shall do a strictly cash
business. This rule will apply to
everyone. R. L. Moncrief.
We are carrying in stock for the con
venience of merchants, oil in barrels at
same price as is charged by Standard
Oil Co. H. C. Arnall Mdse. Co.
Big assortment of woolens for wo
men’s coat suits at prices below the
mill quotations. Don’t buy without
seeing these. I. N. Orr Co.
Eagle & 1‘honix mills quote their ball
thread at 29c. per pound in 100-pound
shipments. We retail it at 25c. while
1,000 lbs. last. I. N. Orr Co.
Home-Grown Winter Vegetables.—
Well-blanched celery; also, lettuce and
radises, fresh from the garden. Call
at 14 Robinson street, or ’phone 210.
For Sale. Three beautiful lots, close
in. Very desirable for homes or invest
ment. For further inforamtion see G.
E. Parks, Real Estate and Insurance.
The Newnan Band concert, adver
tised for Tuesday night, was postponed
on account of the inclement weather.
Another date will be announced later.
Mr. R. E. Platt, cashier of the Cowe
ta National Bank, was ushered across
the “hot sands” by Yaarab Temple,
Mystic Shriners, Wednesday night, in
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hodge went over
to Griffin Tuesday to attend the funer
al of their niece, Miss Daisy Hodge,
whose death occurred Sunday night, in
After a visit of two weeks to her
sister, Mrs. J. E. McJenkins, at Mari
etta, and a short stay with friends in
Atlanta, Miss Florrie Stephens is at
We had a fine rain Tuesday night, the
first that had fallen in several weeks.
It came too late to benefit crops, but
purified the atmosphere and made ev
erybody feel better.
Nearly five hundred voters have reg
istered for the city election, and by the
time the books close, (next Tuesday,)
it is thought that the total registra
tion will reach 575 or 600.
Loans. —Six per cent, money to lend
on well-improved farm lunds. For
full information call on or write Gar
land M. Jones, Newnan, Ga., or Frank
Harwell, LaGrange, Ga.
Have your hair-dressing, manicuring,
facial massage, electrolysis, dermatol
ogy, scalp treatment, chiropody and
hair work at Warlick’s studio. Free
when you have pictures made.
Warning. — All persons are hereby
notified not to harbor or give employ
ment to Willie Strong, colored, as he is
under contract to work for me during
the year 1910. Lee Bohannon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chambless, of
Rocky Mount, Ga., announce the en
gagement of their daughter, Ophelia,
to Mr. Carl Hines, the marriage to oc
cur on Sunday afternonn, Dec. 5, at
Everybody should have their home
fumigated one or two times a year. It
costs but very little, and think what
might happen if you failerl to have it
done! Thompson & Scroggin will do it
Miss Benetta Orr, of Newnan, and
Miss Sarah Callaway, of West Point,
who have been delightfully entertained
as the guests of Miss Lucile Oslin,
have returned to their homes.—Atlanta
Next Monday morning, at Mt. Car
mel school-house, County School Com
missioner Ham and Rev. F. J. Amis
will address the citizens of that com
munity on tile school question. Every
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jackson, of
Lutherville, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Minnie Olivia, to
Mr. J. F. Bowers, of Newnan, the
marriage to take place on the evening
of Dec. 23, at home.
Mr. Ira Mattox, of Quincy, Fin.,
spent the first of the week with Cowe
ta relatives, and meet many of his old
friends. Mr. Mattox is much pleased
with his new home, and believes that
Florida has a great future.
Mr. J. T. Braswell, of St. Charles,
will have a public sale of his household
goods, farming implements, stock, etc.,
next Wednesday. He will move to
Union City, where he expects to en
gage in the mercantile business.
Church Notice.— Come out to service
at the Episcopal church next Sunday
night, (Nov. 21.) at 7:30 o’clock.
Bishop C. K. Nelson will preach and
say evening prayer.
Rev. Russell K. Smith, in charge.
Please pay up promptly your note or
account. We need the money, and don’t
want to be forced to sue anyone. T.
A. Hutchens has charge of our collec
tions. D. W. Boone Co.,
__ By D. W. Boone.
Banta’s jewelry store will he closed
on Thanksgiving Day. We want to get
rested, so we will be able to wait on
the rush of Christmas shoppers who
will be sure to want to see our beauti
ful holiday offerings. H. S. Banta.
Strayed. — From my premises Wed
nesday night a black horse mule, 10 or
12 years old; had long mane and tail
when it left home. Will pay reward
for return of the animal, or for infor
mation that will lead to its recovery.
Mrs. Sarah Towns.
Newnan Council, No. 22, Jr. O. U.
A. M., will hold its regular election of
officers for the ensuing term on the
first Friday night in December. Rep
resentatives to the State Council will
be chosen at the same meeting. A full
attendance of the membership is de
Church Notice.— Beginning on Sun
day night next Rev. J. S. Hardaway
will preach at the Central Baptist
church the first sermon in a series “On
Being a Christian.” His subject for
Sunday night is—“Why Be a Chris
tian?” The unsaved especially invited
to attend this series of services.
The contract price of Wright’s
Health Underwear is $8.62 per dozen,
and the universal price is $1 per gar
ment, except at 1. N. Orr Co.’s, who
are selling them at 75c. per garment.
All pure natural wool, $1 grade, sizes
broken ; our price, $1.25 suit.
I. N. Orr Co.
Announcement. — Mr. W. R. Pitman,
the veteran harnessmaker, formerly
located at Keith’s stables, is now in
charge of my harness department, and
L. A. Kelsey, formerly in charge of
the Dixie shoe shop, is now employed
in my Bhoemaking department.
A. J. Billings.
At the regular meeting of the City
Council on Monday night last an ap
propriation was made for the purpose
of installing ton additional fire alarm
boxes, which will be located in different
parts of the citv. When the boxes are
installed the city will be divided into
fire wards, and each ward numbered.
Dr. R. J. Bigham, Rev. A. E. Satis-
burn, and Rev. W. J. Cotter are in At
lanta this week attending the annual
meeting of the North Georgia Confer
ence. Messrs. B. T. Thompson and W.
G. Post are also in attendance as lay
delegates, the former being a member
of one of the standing committees of
Invitations have been received by
Newnan friends to the marriage of
Miss Estelle Orr, of Hillsboro, Texas,
to Mr. Thos. Meredith, of the same
place, the ceremony to occur on the
24th inst. The bride is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. .las. P. Orr, Who moved
from this county to Texas about twen
ty years ago
For Sate. — Five hundred bushels
home-raised Appier seed oats, grown
by W. A. Herring. The past season
Mr. Herring raised on ordinary upland
72 bushels of these oats per acre.
There is a sharp demand for the oats,
and if you want the best seed on the
market see us at once.
11. C. Glover Co.
Neuman’s Tailor Opening. —Our Mr.
Capers is now in the Northern and
Eastern markets selecting a spring
line of woolens and fancy vest fabrics.
Fall fabrics now on display. Expert
tailors cut out and fashion garments to
your figure. Perfect lit and absolute
satisfaction guaranteed. ’Phone 350.
Newnan Tailoring Co.,
Over Lee’s Drug Store.
Mr. A. W. Stubbs, manager of the
Hutcheson Mfg. Co.’s store at Ban
ning, was in the city this morning, and
related a cotton transaction at his place
yesterday which, for the amount paid
for a single bale of cotton, broke the
record at Banning. The bale was
brought in by Mr. Abe Houseworth,
weighed 729 lbs., and was bought by
the Hutcheson Mfg. Co. at 145c., net
ting the seller $108.44.
At the meeting of the City Council
on Monday night application was made
by a street carnival company for per
mission to give a week’s performance
in Newnan, but the application was
turned down. Alderman Arnall made a
motion that the company be allowed to
exhibit provided it did not spread its
tents within the corporate limits of the
city, and provided also that it pay $100
for each day’s performance.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Western of Georgia railway has been
called by President Orr for Monday.
Dec. 20, for the purpose of taking
proper action looking to the issuance
of $500,000 of bonds, as authorized by
the company’s charter, and to take hucIi
further action looking to the execution
of a deed of trust or mortgage to se
cure the payment thereof as may be
necessary. The official notice of the
meeting is printed elsewhere in this
Mr. J. E. Kohn has bought five acres
of land just beyond the western limits
of the city, and will erect thereon a
slaughter-house, with all modern fix
tures and equipment for handling fresh
meats, including cooling-room, cutting-
room, etc. He will run two delivery
wagons, each wagon making two rounds
daily. Orders may be sent in by
’phone, and will receive prompt atten
tion. 'The land was bought from Mr.
L. B. Mann, the deal having been made
through G. E. Parks’ real estate agen
On Wednesday evening last, at the
home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. A. Hunter, in this city, Miss
Jennie Lou Hunter was united in mar
riage to Mr. E. J. Jackson, of Carroll
ton. The ceremony was performed by
Rev. J. E. Hannah, and was witnessed
only by the immediate members of the
family. After the marriage the young
c tuple left on the 7 :30 p. m. train for
Carrollton, which place will be their
home in future. They have the beat
wishes of a host of friends.
There was a lot of fun at the citi
zens’ meeting which met in the court
house Tuesday night—hut that was all.
Resolutions were adopted calling on
the City Council to divide the city into
four wurds, and also asking for quar
terly statements of the city’s receipts
and expenditures. The resolutions were
introduced by Uncle Billy Meriwether,
and about twenty of the hundred or
more people present voted for them,
with only one vote against. Mr. H. C.
Arnall, sr., was chairman of tho meet
ing, and Mr. O. J. Allen secretary.
On the evening of the 7th inst., at
the home of the bride’s uncle, Mr. W.
A. Millians, in Atlanta, Miss Hattie
Starr, of this city, was united in mar
riage to Mr. Edward Decker, of Atian
ta. The Newnan friends of the bride
received a pleasant surprise in the an
nouncement of her marrige, for, al
though the young couple were known
to have been excellent friends, it was
not suspected that the attachment
would terminate so soon in a wedding.
MrH. Decker is a daughter of Mrs. Dr.
Starr, and has been quite popular in
The residence at 26 College street,
occupied by Mr. C. P. Bell and his son-
in-law, Mr. Noah Wilson, caught on
fire Wednesday morning, and was al
most. destroyed, only a few charred
timbers remaining to mark the spot
where the house stood. The family
lost heavily by the fire, even the ar
ticles saved being badly damaged.
They had no insurance. The building
was owned by Mr. R. J. Stewart, and
was insured for $1,200. Only a few
months ago Mr. Stewart lost his coun
try home near Sharpsburg by fire, with
no insurance, and he has the sympathy
of all his friends in this second misfor
Public Sale of Land.
1 will sell at the court-house door in
Newnan on the first Tuesday in Decem
ber, (unless previously disposed of at
orivate sale,) 120 acres of land in Pan
ther Creek district, 4 miles north of
Newnan. The land will be sold in 40-
acre lots. A good branch runs through
the land. A public road runs through
the land also, which is on R. F. D. No.
5. Terms cash. C. H. Newton.
Bridge whist score-pads.
Holt & Cates Co.
A BAPTIST ELDER"””"
Restored to Health by Vinol
“I was run down nnd weak from In-
dlgesllon and general debility, also suf
fered from vertigo. I saw a cod liver
preparation called Vinol advertised and
decided to give it. a trial, and the re
sults were most gratifying. After tak
ing two bottles I regained my
strength and am now feeling unusually
well.” Henry Cunningham, Elder Bap
tist Church, Kingston, N. C.
Vinol is not a patent medicine—but a
preparation composed of the medicinal
elements of cods’ livers, combined with
a tonic Iron and wine. Vinol creates
a hearty appetite, tones up the organs
of digestion and makes rich, red blood.
In this natural manner, Vinol creates
strength for the run-down, over
worked and debilitated, and for deli
cate children and old people. For
chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis
Vinol is unexcelled.
All such persons In this virinity are
asked to try Vinol on our offer to re
fund their money if it falls to give sat
It Tastes Good and
the famous cod liver and
iron medicine, without oil.
Vinol is much better than
cod liver oil and emulsions,
because, while it contains all
the medicinal value they do,
it disagrees with no one.
As a body builder and
strength creator for old
people, delicate children,
after sickness, and for stub
born coughs and colds Vinol
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I * Call at BANTA’S
and select some
thing nice for the
• “folks” at home
I for Xmas. We
I will lay it aside
j and keep it for
j you until Xmas.
H. S. Banta
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Come, let us show you. No
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