J. Pi Morgan. Esq., of Spnoia. was in
the city last Monday.
Mr. J. P. Bradley lias returned to
New York, after spending a week with
his Newn&u fiieud*.
Cates Coal Co.. at railroad junction.
High-grade c(a ; uo dust: no state: no
Mr. A. S. Jo ies. oi near Turin, has
Great bargains in stationery at Reese's j * ieeu 8icl1 ,or tlie l )ttst ,en ,lR y s - * u t
Drug Store. tf ' ,l0 P es 10 b « out again soon.
at railroad junction.! Oates Coal Co., at railroad junction.
I High-grade coal; nodnst.no slate; no
■ ! rocks.
R. N. North. Esq., ol' Setioia. was in
the city last Tuesday.
Mr. R. F. Lee. of Atlanta,
day and Monday in the city.
We have just made up a large line of
I car spriug steel plows, the best plots
spent tsuu- i made for farmers.
Merck & Dent.
J. C. Anderson,Dentist. Salbide Bldg.,
Newnan, Ga. •
Mr. Willard Newsome,
with the K. D. Colt Mfg.
who has been
Co. tor some
Mr. W. L. Woodrooff has returned j time, has accepted n position at Colum
Use Dr. Reese's Cholera Infantum and
Teething Powders tor teething children.
Fvery package guaranteed. For sale at
Reese’s Drug Store.
from a visit to relatives in Savannah.
High back oak rocking chairs, D8c. at
Newnan Furniture Co.
Mr. B. W. Pearson, of Atlanat. spent
last week in the ci^v.
! Magnetic Hair Tonic will remove
D. T. MaDget A. Co., wholesale grocers j dandruff and prevent baldness. Every
and jobbers, Newnan, Ga. * bottle guaranteed. For sale at Reese’s
Rev. (7. A. Nunnally
Cates Coal Co., at railroad junction.
Master Eulie Reese is quite siek with
Call ami see our bargain
or?. Reese's Drug Store.
Messrs. N. O. Banks and C. P. Glower
were up from Grantville last Monday.
Money to loan bn real estate at 7 per
cent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
Mr. Evans Brown has accepted a po
sition at Columbus, Ga.
Mr. R. P. Ross, of Atlanta, spent
Hctiday in the city.
1 Ni wiiaii. one
of tht> best known Buptist ministers in
the Suite, was in the .-ity yesterday.—
Gritliu News and Sun. Jan 17th.
CaU on J. T. Holmes, veal estati agent,
if you desire to rent, buy or sell a home,
vacant lot or farm, b’flice at VV.
Stripling & Son's. •
Mr. D. .). Bailey 16 dangerously ill at.
the home of Ins brotlier-iu-law, Mr. M.
G. Keith, in .this city His recovery in
.1. W. Shell, Esq . of Setioia, and
Hon. W. A. Post, ol Grantville, were
Mr. and Mrs.(Jordon Lee are spending | among the attorneys in attendance at
city court last Monday.
Ap- Tomorrow (Thursday) is a legal holi
day, being the anniversary ot t lie birth
several weeks at Homosassa, Fla
Second-hand iron safe for sfth
ply to Reese s Drug Store.
Dr. G. A. Nunnally was in Macon the
first of this week.
Mr. Morton Murray is quite sick with
Dr. Reese’s Saccharated Calomel
Powders for sale at Reese’s Drug Store.
ot General Robert E. Lee. The banks
will be closed during the day.
Clifford Glover, a prominent aud
popular young Newuauite, was in the
city Sunday visitiug friends.—Griffin
News and Sun, Jau. 1 /th.
Editor Bankston, of the Hogausville
Col. L. M. Farmer is in Carroll conn-. News, was a visitor to Newnan today.
ty. on legal business, today.
Mr. .7. B. Ramey is in Crawfordville.
Oglethorpe county, ou a business trip.
He is a hustling young newspaper man
and is making u success in Hogausville.
Library Hours.—Duriug thereniain-
Bring me your hides. Highest prices d « r ot th « W1,,l0r - liOU1 ' 8 _ w,1 ‘ be
■ j ‘ | trom l) to 12 a. in., S to 0 p. m., i to i> p.
G. O. Carmichael.
.Judge and Mrs. H. W. Camp, of
Moreland, are in Miami. Florida, to
spend the remainder of the winter.
State Bank Examiner J. 8. Holling-
shed was in the city from Saturday un
Mr. Roy Cole left last week for New
York. Washington and Philadelphia
where he will spend several days.
Mr. R. T. Hogan, of Corinth, Heard
county, was a visitor to Newnan last
pine. Address or phone E. C. Good- i
in. on Tuesday und Friday evenings.
Mrs. D. B. Wuodhook, Librarian.
wyn, Newnan. Ga.
George K. Wendllug, one of the tin-
tious greatest orators and lecturers, will
appear at the Auditorium this ( Wed
nesday) evening mid deliver hi* new
lecture, “The Imperial Book."’
Mr. ,7. Littleton .Jones, one of New-
nan’s leading young men, is now a full
fledged attorney at law, having been
licensed and admitted to practice in the
City Court last Monday
Mr. F. M. Bryant, who resigned his
position with H. C. Glover A, Bro. the
ords ot dry ! |j rst () j tliis year to aocejit the position
of agent for the Aetna Life Insurance
j Company, bus been promoted to the
Fortin work, roofing, plumbing re-j management ol a district agency. Mr.
pairing see T. M. Martin. Shop below Bryant will have charge of several
Arnall & Farmer. counties, with headquarters in Newnan.
■ He is a hustler and will keep the Aet
na’s business humming in Ids territory.
For all stomach troubles use Reese’s
Liver Pills. For sale at Reese's Drug
Mr. Tom Fisher was in Atlanta last j
Monday evening to attend the Grand i
D. T. Manget A Co., wholesale grocers j
and jobbers. I>arge fresh stock Prices I
right. We sell to merchants only. * 1
We guarantee every box of Bowman's |
Carbolated Salve. For sale at Reese’s •
Every bottle of Bowman s Magnetic j
Liniment is guaranteed. For sale at,
Reese's Drug Store.
Bowman’s Headache Tablets will cure
any headache. Price 10c at Reese's
Cates Coal Co.. at railroad junction.
High-grade coal; no dust; no slate; no
Hon. F. F. Lot tin, one of Franklin’s j
most prominent citizens, was among tin; j
visitors in Newnan on Wednesday.
For Sale—A secondhand writing
de.sk or secretary, in good condition, at
low price. E. H. Bowman.
Dr. T. .). Wester has returned to
Rome, after spending this- week in the
Mr. J. W. Boone, oi Afluiira. spent
Tuesday witii hi- brother. .Mr. If. W.
Spa ft k IL*!i ils: I
I Is it Crockery
If it isexamine our line. v
It is complete in the most
attractive wares to be
found in this market; and
everything is being offer-
ed at exceptionally low gj
prices. Come tod see if Ej
this isn't a barek’n sale of U
Mr. Cleveland Kirby has gone
Jacksonville. Fla . where ix- will t>e
business lor the winter.
V, E. MANGET, JR.
BHgasasssasasaBsssaHEsasEiBi 3 ®
THE OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA
Tells How He Escaped the Terrors of Many Winters
by Using Pe»ru=na.
Age is JI5
MR. ISAAC BROCK, BORN IN BUNCOMBE CO., N. C., MARCH I, 1788.
Ms age is IIS years, vouched tor by authentic record. He says: ••/ attribute
my extreme old age to the use of Peruna. ”
from Die grave of'General Andrew
Jack son, wide)] lias been carried by him
ever since. Mr. Brock is a dignified old
gentleman, showing few signs of de
erepitude. IDs family |Uble is still pre
served, and It shows that the date of his
birth wu* written 115 years sgo.
Surely a few words from Ibis remurku
Lie <dd gentleman, who bus had 115
years of experience to druvv from, would
j Ihj interesting as well as profitable. A
! lengthy biographical sketch is given of
this remarkable old man in tin- Win
I Tlmes-llerald, December 4, lstis. A still
, more pretentious biography of this, (Ik
oldest living man, Dlustratcd with
a double column porlrail, \v:is given Hi
readers of the Dallas Morning New-
dated December II, ish*, and also the
<’liiciigo-Tlines Herald of saint* dale.
( Tills e< tilt narian is an ardent friend oi
I’enimi, having nsetl it many years,
i In speaking id' his good health and
, v xtnun- will ugt., M r. Brock suj s:
Born before the United States [
Saw 22 President a elected.
Pe-ru-na has protected him from \
pH sudden changes.
Veteran of four wars.
Shod a hone when 99 years old.
Always conquered the grip with
Ft linen* In a land suit at the age ]
of 110 years.
Believes Peruna the greatest 1
remedy of the age fur catarrhal \
I SAAC DK<H"K, a citizen
nan eounty, Texas, lias
scut's. For many yetii'i
Do qne Fab-, < igblei-n mill
Waco, but now lives with Ii is soli-in-1 Ini
•it Valley V. ills, Tt xn-,
A short time ago, by reqt|c-t, Un«'le
Jane eaine to VS'iieo mill sut tor )u*- pic-
-re. Ill Jos baud in.- held a riel, cut
“After a man lias lived in the world
as long as I have, lie ought to fiava
found out a great many things by ex
perience. I mink I have done so.
••One ot the things I have found
out to my entire satisfaction is the
proper thing for ailments that are
due directly to the effects ot the
climate. For IIS years I have
withstood the changeable climate
of the United States.
I have always been a very healthy
man, but of course subject to the lilllt)
affections which are due to sudden
hanges in tin-climate and temperature, K
During my long life 1 have known a
great many remedies for coughs, colds
'As for Dr. Hartman's remedy
Peruna, I have found it to he the
best, if not the only, reliable rem
edy for these affections. It has
been my standby for many .» ears,
and I attribute my good health and
extreme old age to this remedy.
It exactly meets all my require
ment-u It protects mo from Ibe evil
fleets of sudden changes; It keeps me
in good appetite; it gives mo strength;
it keeps my blood in good ciivuluDoii,
I have come to rely 11)1011 it almost en
tirely for the many liltle things lor
which I need medicine.
When epidemics of lu grippe llvsi
began to make their appearance in Dili
■ou 11 try I was a sufferer front (IDs dis-
**/ had several long sieges with
the grip. At first I did not know
that Peruna was a remedy for
this disease. When / heard that
la grippe was epidemic catarrh, I
tried Peruna for la grippe and
found It to be Just the thing."
In a tutor letter dated .Inuunry III, hut,
Mr, llrock writes:
“1 am well and feeling as well a* I
have foV years. Tito only .thing (list
bothers me Is my sight. If I could se«
better I could walk all over the farm
und It would do me good. I would not
be without Peruna."
For a free book on catarrh, nddn-nt
The I’erttna Medh lne Co., Coinmlins. (».
I f you do r-d derive prompt and -ails-
factory results from the use of I’erttna,
I write at once to Dr. 11 art mail, g I vlug a
. full stitteineni of your ease and fie will
. fie pleased,to give you his valuable ad-
v lee gI'lllis.
Address Dr llurtinim, President of
j The ilartmau hiinituiinin, Columbus,
Miss Emily Conyers t* quite sick with
Miss Marion Heavy -pent Iasi Satur
day in Atlanta.
Miss Blunehe Huen is visiting rela
tives in Atlanta.
Mrs. Lela Adams and Miss Lola Ad
ams are in Atlanta.
Miss Mattie Thomas, of Union Springs,
Ala., is visiting relatives in the city.
Mr. mid Mrs. .1. W. Stripling are
spending a month in Florida.
Mrs L. A. Perdue and daughter, Miss
Nina, are visiting Atlanta this week.
Mrs. D. S. Summers is spending a
month in Bartow, Florida.
Mrs. R. S. Paris spent the pact week
with her parents at Troy, Ala.
Miss Virginia .Jones, of Oxford, Miss.,
is expected next week to visit Miss Lu-
Miss Lizzie Bell Farmer left Monday
to study music at the Klindworth Con
Miss Frances King, who is studying
music nr Klindworth Conservatory, is
at home for a few days.
Miss Katherine Edmonson,of Atlanta.
| is expected next week to visit Miss
■ Louise Peddy.
1 Miss Clift Hnlling-hed has returned
! to the city, after spending some time
with relatives in Chattanooga.
Miss Katie Arnall left last week for
Rome, where sin- will take a course in
voice culture at Shorter College.
Mrs. .Joint Horsejy.of West Point, and
Miss Mary Anderson, of Montgomery,
1 are the guest', of Mrs. K. G. Cole.
Mrs. Orr was assisted in eiitert-iining
by her daughter. Mi-- Martha, and the
! occasion was 11 most enjoyable urn-
Miss Lueile Thompson is expected
home tomorrow, after spending two
weeks with friends iii Charleston, S. O.
Tim Salmagundi ('lull will be enter
tained by Miss Corille Hardaway on
Thursday afternoon, .Jam. t'tltli, at 2:DO
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Banks went up to
Atlanta Tuesday evening to attend the
presentation of grand opera at the
(Jrninl < ipera 1 louse.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Farmer went to
Moreland last, Wednesday to attend a
family dinner given by Mr. and Mrs.
11. W. Cutup.
Miss Sadie May Powel entertained
the “Double Six” last Tuesday evening.
After a game of "()ld Maids" a delicious
salad course was served.
Mrs. K. (J. Croft entertained “The
Twelve” yesterday afternoon. Games
were played, and the afternoon was
Mrs. W. B. Orr entertained at a din
ner last; Wednesday. Those invited
were Mrs. Mattie Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Powell, and Mr. and Mrs. 'I'.
P. Zellars, of Palmetto.
Miss Lizzie Arnold entertained a few
friends Monday night at.a Euchre party.
1 Mrs. .Joel B. Ramey won the first prize
and Mrs. Mamie S Johnson the consola
tion. Delicious refreshments were
served at the dose of rite game.
Mrs. T. S. Parrott entertained the
Domino Whist Club last Friday after-
| noon. The first prize, a beautiful pic
ture, was won by Miss Belle Vernon
King, and Mrs. John I lot-ley won the
booby. Grape fruit, cock-fail and an
’ ovsfer course were served,
The Salmagundi Club was delightful*
ly entertained last Thursday afternoon
by Miss Annie Powell. Dammo Whist
we * the game played. Mrs. Michael
Powell won the first prize and .MBs
Corill.-. Hardaway tin; eonsolation prize.
Delicious refreshments were served at
the close of til*- contest and the after
noon was one of plea-tiro to all present,
are all entertainments with Miss
Powell as hostess.
Miss Bessie Goodwin is teaching a
flourishing school at Piii'indule.
Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Ooodwyn and
Miss Fannie Hoop, of Rnnpvillc, visited
Hie former's parents Saturday and Stitt
Mis, W. B. Pringle entertained the
Westside Club in a most enjoyable man
ner on Tuesday evening tit a euchre
party. Mrs. Cleveland Kinnard was
tlm fortunate winm-r of the first prize
and Miss Elizabeth Gray won the con
solation prize. Delicious refreshments
were served at tlm close of the game.
Miss Hardaway’s Reception.
The reception which Miss Corille
Hardaway gave Tuesday afternoon ia
honor of Mr-. John Horsely, of West
Point, and Miss Mary Anderson, o(
Montgomery, was the scene of a brilli
ant assemblage of the elite of Newttau.
During t)ie hours of reception scores of
friends pnid their respects, and all were
delightfully entertained. The hospit
able home was beautifully and artistic-
allv decorated with vines and ferns and
The color scheme of Hie reception
rooms was green and white, and that of
the dining-room was red and white.
Domino Whist was played, and the
prizes, two linnd-painted oaloiiHrds.were
won by Misses Belle Vernon King and
Louise Peddy, who presented /them to
the guests of honor.
A salad course was served.
Miss Hardaway received her guests it*
a beautiful gray cloth suit, and was as
sisted by Miss Alma Arnold, who was
most becomingly gowned in tt dull
green voile with trimmings of apliqiu-
Bnroli & Gay. Depot street, High
' Class Restaurant for white people. Sci-
j vice prompt, and tables supplied by l>es>
! the market ntfords. Lunches 15c: dm
tier--, 25c. *