E. .III.'— 11 ■ ■ 1 ■ ■
Mr. S. A. North, a clover citizen liv
ing near Senoia, was in town Wednes
Rev. S. R. 0. Adams, of Forsyth,
spent the latter part of last week with
relatives in the city.
In case of fire ring‘Phono 12S. *
J. C. Anderson,Dentist, Salbide Bldg.
Newnan. Ga *
Boy’s bicycle for sale cheap
this offi' <•.
Dr. R. L Smith, <>f Shaiiwbuig. was j
in the city Tuesday.
Phone 2S when you want a nice fresh |
pieoe ot Bet t Steak.
High hack oak rocking chairs, t(8s. at
Newnan Furniture Co.
Mon. W. A. Post, of Grantville,
i:i the city Tuesday.
Mr. Hugh Johnson, of Palmetto.spent 1
Inst Saturday in town.
Dr. J. T. Wester, ot Rome, spent Sun- I
dny in the city.
For Saie—Fine Jersey Cow with j
yonng calf. Address Bos -Hi, city.
Mr. T. W. Powel, Jr., of Alexander
(My. Ala., spent lust week nt home.
Mr. Howard Davis, of Washington.
1) t\, s',h'lit Christmas with his parents.
Mr. Colquitt Cartov. of Atlanta, spent
hist week in tin eitv.
Mr. Henry Anderson, of Jacksonville,
Fla., was the guest last week ot his sis
ter, Mrs. J. F. Reynolds.
Y. 0. Foster, a voang merchant of
llrautville, was in town Tuesday.
Mr. J P. Bradley, of New York City,
speut Sunday in the city.
Money to loan on real estate pt 7 per
cent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
D. T. Mauget & Co., wholesale grocers
and jobbers, Newnan, Ga. *
Use “Reception Flour” and you will
have the highest grade.
Bradley & Banks.
For first-class meats, phone 73.
Hchottens, Pare Roasted Coffee pleas-'
es the most fastidious.
Bradley & Banks.
Wood Wanted.—500 cords of dry
pine. Address or ’phone E. C. Good-
wyu, Newnan, Ga.
Mr. C.W. Farmer has returned home,
after taking a course at the business
Fatten your hogs on pure shorts.
Bradley & Banks oan furnish them to
you at the proper '-of.
Mr. Habersham King, Jr., entertained
several couples at a luncheon last Thurs
Mr. Berryman Longiuo, of Fairburn,
spent the latter ]»rt of last week in the
Mr. Wade Dent left Monday for Tex
as, after spending ten days with his
M**. A. 13. Ham, of McDonough, wns j house in a town of Newnan’s size,
tlio guest last week of his uncle, Rev j ourselves, are delighted, but not
V. A. Ham.
Bring me your hides. Highest prices
G. O. Carmichael.
Mr Joe Wall, of Jackson, spent two
or three days last week in the city.
Ben D. Watkins, a well known life
insurance man of Atlanta, was in the
Mr. Ralph PCndergrast has returned
to Atlanta, after spending Christmas
week with the home folks.
For tin work, roofing, plumbing re
pairing see T. M. Martin. Shop below
A mail & Farmer.
D. T. Manget&Co., wholesale grocers
and jobbers. Large fresh stock. Prices
right. We sell to merchants only. *
1000 gallons good second hand jug-
ware to close out at once at 3];,'c. See
E. E. Davis or call ’phone 122.
Reception Flour makes beautiful
Cakes, and the very finest Breads.
Bradley & Banks.
The Salmagundi Club will meet on
Thursday afternoons in future, instead
Mr. Geo. W. Ramey and Mr. L. J. | of Friday. They will be entertained by
( Me’.son, of Atlanta, spent Sunday in the | Annie Powell on Thursday after
Call at! city with their families.
Fou Rent—Throe rooms with nice
family close in. Suitable for light
housekeeping. Address Y. C. X. city.
Little Elizabeth Ramey, who unfor
tunately fractured one of her limbs, is
improving rapidly, much to the delight
of her many friends.
Library’ HorRs.—During the remain
der of the winter, libraiy hours will be
from l) to 12 a. in,, 2 to 6 p. m., 7 to 9 p.
in on Tuesday and Friday evenings.
Mrs. D. B. Woodroof, Librarian.
Prof. Grautlaitd Mmrny returned to
Tuskegoe, Ala , last Saturday, after
s>MMiding two weeks at home He was
accompanied by his sister, Miss Annie,
who is attending school there.
Hon. Walter Brooks, a capitalist and
philanthropist of Rome, wns in the city
this week in the interest of Shorter Col
lege. Mr. Brooks lias made liberal con
tributions to this institution, and is on
deavoring to prevail upon the Baptists
of Georgia to liberally endow this Col
Esquire D. R. Thurman, of Turin,
was in town Wednesday. Esquire
Thurman Ims served eight years as
Justice in his district and lias just been
commissioned for another term of lour
A good payiug mercantile business,
Resisting of a good stock of groceries
and sundries. Location, oue of the best
stands in Nownati. Will sell lor cash
or good note, at a bargain.
Address ”G” quiok, Newnan, Ga.
Wo have spent much time in getting
a good Flour that would pleaso every
body for general use, and have found it
in Coweta Patent.
Bradley & Banks.
The Ministers' Association of the city
on Monday elected the following officers
for this year: Rev. Dr. James Stacy,
Chairman; Rev. W. J. Cotter, Vice-
Chairman; Rev, J. S. Hardaway,
The regular monthly meeting of the
Free Kindergarten Association will be
held Thursday. Jail. 5, lt)05, at the
home of Mrs. T. B. Davis. A full at
tendance is desired. All interested ii
the work are invited to attend.
A VENERABLE PASTOR
CURED BY PE-RU-NA.
noon. Jan. 12th, nt 2:30 o'clock.
?!is« Estelle Cole, of Atlanta, was the
guu.-t „i»t week of Miss Corille Harda
Miss Louise Smith, of New York City,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, S.
Miss Gertrude Eberhoart, of Colum
bus, is tile guest this week of Miss Alma
Miss Cecil Sullivan, of Atlanta, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Mis* Louise Goarreld lias returned
from n visit to relatives in Atlanta.
Mrs. J. H. Hall lias returned from
Tuskegoe, Ala., where she has been
spending some time with relatives.
Miss Ruth Hardaway gave a spend-
the-dny party last Saturday,
Miss Katie Artinll entertained several
couples at a dining Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Howard Askew return
ed to Atlanta last Monday, after spend
ing the holidays with relatives in the
Miss Lily Nunnally, of Newnan, was
the guest list week of Miss Oeoile
Misses Lillian and Mayme Baker have
returned to Atlanta, after a pleasant
visit to Newnan.
Mrs. Ben j. Wright mid Mrs. W. C.
Wright and children have returned
from a visit to relatives in South Geor
Mrs. Harry O. Hayward and little
sou, of Savannah, who have been on a
visit to her pareuts, have returned to
Miss Estelle Cole, of Atlanta, is the
charming guest of friends in the oity.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barrett returned
Friday from Washington, Ga., whero
they went to attend the marriage of
their siRtcr, Miss Maud Barrett, to Mr
Wylie, of Sparta. Miss Barrett will bo
pleasantly remembered by many in this
place as having been one of the bright
ost, most cultured and popular visitors
Miss Emmie Terry Snead returned
Monday to Athens, where she will re
sume her studies at the StPto Normal
Pe-ru-na is a Catarrhal Tonic
Especially Adapted to the De
clining Powers of Old Age.
In old »g< the mucous membranes be
come thickened and partly lose their
This leads to partial loss of hearing,
smell and taste, as well as digestive dis
Peruna corrects all this by its specific
operation on all the mucous membranes
of the body.
One bottle will convince anyone. Once
used and Peruna becomes a life-long
■taud-by w ith old and young.
Dr. J. T. Wester will soon leave to
make his homo in Rome. Ga., much to
the regret ol' his numerous friends, lie
will practico dentistry and his friends
wisli him much success.
Many visitors, somelroma distance,
have expressed themselyes as surprised
and delighted at seeing such a handsome
library and such a magnificent court
(prised; for Newnan 1ms a reputation lor
accomplishing what Mi*, undertakes.
Burch & Gay, Depot street, High
Class Restaurant for white people. Ser
vice prompt, and tables supplied by best
the market affords. Lunches 15c; din
ners, 25c. *
Call on .1. T. Holmes, real estate agent,
if you desire to rent, buy or sell a home,
vacant lot or farm. Office at J. W.
Stripling & Son’s, *
We have just made up a large line of
car spring steel plows', the best plow
made for farmers.
.Merck & Dent.
Mr. Jack L. Woodruff returned to
V -son, S. C\, after spending the lioli-
da. iti Newnan and vicinity.
The county officials are engaged this
week in removing their offices into the
court house and within a short time
will he permanently and oomfortably
■ 2,000' pounds old pajsirs in good condi
tion. Make good wrapping paper. Big
bundles 5c. Special price in large quan
tities. Call at Tin: News office.
Mr. F. M. Bryant, who was witli H.
C. Glover and Bro. for several years,
and who wns an esteemed and valued
employe of that company, has volun
tarily retired from his position to ac
cept it lucrative appointment as repre
sentative of the Aetna Life Insurance
Co. Mr, Bryant is a popular citizen
and will prove a valuable acquisition to B0H
the forces of the Aetna.
Master Lecky Maddox, of WestTocai,
Fla., is on a visit to his grandmother,
Mrs. E. J. Orr.
Mr. I. N. Orr entertained hie Sunday
school class at an elegant dinner on last
Mr. Jonathan Orr made a business
trip to Atlanta last Monday.
Messrs. A. H. Freeman, C. B. Glover,
Jeff Barfield H. G. Hackney, Ben J. Orr,
Robert Orr, E. G. Cole, J. T. Wester,
Jack Powell, E. H. Bowman, Will/ As
kew and W T . A. Turner, Jr., attended a
delightful six o’clock dinner at the beau
tiful home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ar-
nall, two miles west of Newnan, oil Jnn-
Cates Coni Company, at the Railroad
Junction. 'Phone 1!7. • It
Mrs. Wirt Johnson, ft!' this place, is
visiting relatives in Social Circle.
Cnpt. D. P. Woodroof. one of New-
imn's oldest and most widely known
citizens, has nccepted a position in Mr.
J. B. Hutchens’store.
Mrs. M. B. E. Brewster was the hap
py hostess at a dinner, on New Year’s
day, to her children and thoir families.
Those present wore Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Pringle and little daughter Olive, Mr.
and Mrs. Joel B. Ramey and little
daughter Mary, Col. W.C. Wright, Mr.
and Mrs. Lucius Arnold, Mr. Will Ar
nold, Misses Lizzie and Lucile Arnold
and Mr. A. E. Brewster.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Heard Dent and chil
dren, of Atlanta, who Imve been spend
ing the holidays with relatives, returned
their home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A mail enter
tained a few friends last Thursday
night in a most elegant manner at a
card party. All social functions at their
homo arc of the most enjoyable kind,
and this one only added to Mrs. Arnnll's
reputation as hostess.
Mrs. Arthur Arnold and little daugh
ter, of Franklin, are visiting Mrs. Ella
Stronf and Vigorous at the Age of
Rev.,?. N. Pajker, lltlca, N. Y., writes:
*‘ln June, 1(101 1 1 lost lay sense of hear-
'ng entirely. My hearing had been
•omewhut impaired for several years,
hut not so much effected lull that I could
hoitl converse with my friends; hut ill
June, llKll, my sense of hearing left me
bo that J could hear no sound whatever.
I was alio troubled with rheumatic pains
in my linilis. 1 commenced taking l‘e-
runa and now my hearing is restored id
good ns it was prior to June. 1001. My
rheumatic pains are nil gem . l < auiiol
Bpcut. too highly of I'Cl.i:!. Mill HOC
when KS years old can say it has iiivglor-
uted my whole system. I cannot lnit
think, dear Doctor, that you must feel
very thankful to the all loving Father
that you have been permitted to live,
and by your skill he such a blessing s*
you have been to suffering humanity."
—Rev. J. N. Parker.
A nirtiop's Letter.
’I’. H. Lomax, I). 1 >.. Illshop ibid Plst.
A. M. E., of Cliurlotte, N. wrltos:
“ I recommend your Peruna to all who
want a strengthening tonic and a very
i effective remedy for all catarrhal com
plaints.”—T. II. Lomax.
! If you do not derive prompt and satis*
* factory results from the uue of Peruna,
| write at onee to Dr. Hartman, giving %
; full statement of your case, and he will
lie pleased t‘> give you his valuable .id-
Addretx Dr. ItsMuian, President -if
'liic llrtmuu (Sanitarium, Columbia,
Miss Amelia Smith, of Atlanta, is
visiting the family of Mr. 13. T. Tliomp-
Miss Edith Powel entertained a few
couples at dominoe one evening last
M r. mid M i s.
; vilh*. Tonnes*,-
j their aunt, Mr.-.
.1 ohn ixigiiii. nl Knox-
i Satardiiy with
P- w- I.
Miss Ruth Hardaway will return to
Shorter College this week, after spend
ing Christmas at home.
Miss Llewellyn King lias returned
from a visit friends in Atlanta.
Misses Annie and Carrie Anderson, of
West Point, are visiting their sister,
Mrs. Eugene Askew.
Miss Gertrude Washburn, of Savan
nah, was the guest last week of Miss
Rae Lowe Sponcler.
Mrs. Henry Arnall, Jr., entertained a
few couples at tea last Thursday even
Miss Rae Lowe Spoucler returned to
Atlanta Saturday, after spending tin•
Christinas holidays at home.
.Miss Martha Wright was the lovely
hostess las* Friday at a dinner. Those
invited were Misses Ruth Hardaway,
Sarah Buchanan, Kv-dyn and Susio
Martin, l.ydu Brown, Jennie Hardaway
nnd Mnrrilu Peuvv.
After ii visit of a week with Mr. nml
Mrs. Sponoler, Mrs. II. P. WoodroolT,
accompanied by Miss Emily Woodruff'
and Miss Gertrude Wachhnrn, of L. I.,
left for her home in Savannah Jan. !ll.
Miss ltuhy Meriwether, of Hillsboro,
Texas, who Ims been the gin st of Onpt.
W. I). Meriwether and family, is at
present in Macon and Inter will go to
j Tampa, Florida. She will return to
j Newnan before going to lu*r home in
Mrs. Geo. T. Harrison and son, of
Opelika, after a visit to her father’s
l family, Dr. (LA. Nunnally, returned
' to < Ipcliiiii yesterday.
Mrs. I. N. Orr was hostess at an de-
Mr. and Mrs. Handers Gibson enter
tained n few friends at a six o'clock din
ner last Wednesday evening. Those
present were Misses Martha Orr, Belle
Vernon King, Carrilu Gibson nnd Mes
srs. N. L. North, (.'. H. Glover and
Misses Lizzie Belle and Grace Farmer
spent last. Thursday nt Hhnrpsburg.
Miss Christine Cole v ill leave this
week for Lucy Cobh, where she will en
Mrs. Henry (h.olsliy entertained j
about fifty of the younger set Inst Fri
day evening, in honor of her guest, Miss
Ruby Simril, of LaGrange.
Miss Lutie Powell entertained quito a > Kant rtillIier> on , RHt Tuesday, compll-
number of her friends at a reception j m) . Iltary to a milll , M . r of fri ,
last Friday afternoon. The house was
beautifully decorated with holly and! Miss Tula Johnson, who had been the
mistletoe l’or the occasion. Games were : « ueBt of Miss Mary Murray, for some
played, and a delicious luncheon wns I l |,,s returned to her homo in At-
Mrs. Maggie Wiley i* spendi
dev* ii- llic gm-.-t of Mr-, dann
Miss Marion Bryant, entertained her
friends delightfully at a .Salmagundi
party during the holidays.
MissesCorinno Simril, .Marion Bryant
and Imogene Simril spent Tuesday in
Miss Ruhie Simril, of LaGrange, is
spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Sewell and little
son spent last week with the latter’s
parents at Molena, Ga.
Miss Sarah Buchanan, who has been
spending the holidays a' home, will re
turn to Hollins, Va., today, where she
is attending school.
Miss Ruth Whatley, who has been
spending Christmas at home, will re
turn this week to Carrollton, where she
is teaching art.
Mrs. D. T. Manget and Miss Ethel
Robinson spent two or three days last
week in Atlanta.
.Miss Marrilu Peavy entertained a few
cotfples one evening last week. A salad
course was served, and progressive
games were played.
Mis- Lynda Simril was complimented
| with a surprise party lust Saturday
i night. Sevenl couples were present,
j and the .•'. eri,..._ ,, enjovahh
Miss Nuntialine King Ims returned to
Wesleyan College, after spending the
holidays at home.
Mrs. S. G. Orr and little daughter,
Mary Clinton, have gone to their new
home, Fortress Monroe, Va., after
spending several months with relatives.
She was accompanied by her sister,
Miss Virginia Freeman.
Mr, and Mrs. P. B. Murphy enter
tained a small but delightful luucheou
party, Saturday night after the opening
exercises of the handsome new court
house. They watched the old year pns*
out and were nmong the first to wish
their friends a “Happy New Year.”
Mrs. Harvy North and children arc
exacted home today, after speuding the
holidays witli her parents in Atluuta.
Mrs. i. C. McCrory, after a pleasant
visit to her mother, has returned to her
home in College Park.
Miss Male Campbell Ims gone to At
lanta for several weeks, to he the gue-i
of Miss Bagiev.
Mrs. W.7. Stallings and Mrs. N. K.
Powel went to AtInnrn this morning to
attend the matinee of "Mother Goose.”
Mr. L. ,J. Melson and
turned to their home in
s|H-nd mg i he bolide} - v
family have l'o-
nth Mrs. K. S.