was in Atlanta last
Chief of Police J. D. Brewster was in
Atlanta last Wednesday.
Heidt Pendergrast is spending several
days with relatives at Eufaula. Alt.
Charlie Moses. Jr., of Atlanta, was the
guest the first part of the week of Mrs.
J. H. Hall.
Several thousand dollars of local
Pare Floradoru Cotton Seed
ly &• Banks. j money to loan on easy terms.
J. B. Sims, Esq., of Palmetto, was in j W. G. Post.
ie city Saturday. | For s tove wood, apple vinegar or
J. C. Anderson.Dentist. Salbide Bldg, i garden plowing, see E. E. Davis, or
ewnan, Ga. telephone number 122, tf.
J. H. Wynne, of Sharpsburg, was in j The Faver monument fund has reach-
te city Tuesday. ed the pnm of more thau $200. Con-
Sweet, Mush Tobacco in Ton Lots at
radley & Banks.
Try the uew Tasteless Castor Oil at
eese.’s Drug Store.
Floradorn. the long staple cotton seed,
t Bradley & Banks.
Big line of tine cigars and tabaccos at j vacant lot or farm
teese’s Drug Store. , stripling & Son's.
tributione are coming in rapidly.
E. C. Goodwyn has returned from a
business trip to Montevnllo and Bir
mingham. Ala.. Rome, Ga., and other
Call on J. T. Holmes, real estate agent,
if you desire to rent , buy or sell a home,
. ... i . __ * «* i
Office at J. W.
Mr. M. Cole, Jr., is in New York City ;
or a stay of two weeks.
Charlie Dent, of Atlanta, spent Mon-
ay and Tuesday in the city.
Fresh shipment of Powell's line can-
'es at Reese's Drug Store.
Ralph Pendergrast, of Atlanta, is
eliding the week in the city.
Get my prices on awnings, tents and
imnocks. E. 11. Bowman.
?. M. Bryant made a business trip to
rrollton theflrstof this week.
For spring cleaning use Bowman's
Bed Bug Poison, Furniture Polish,
Black Grate Enamel At Reese’s Drug
•Wo have just, made tip a largt line of
car spring steel plows, the best plow
made for farm* rs.
Merck & Dent.
New shipment Valentine Beans. Lima
Boons, Collards, Cnoumbers, Lettuce
and other seeds. Third duplicate older
for this season. Holt & Cotes.
| For Sale—Nice tomato and cabbage
I plants of standard varieties, grown from
selected seed. Apply to Mrs. J. B.
live \ . E. Manget, Jr., your order R auie y Newnan, Ga. 2t
!cotton seed hull6 and meal. ,
We are prepared now to receive or-
1)61 i ders for ice cream in any quantity or
kind. Prompt delivery and excellent
cream furnished. Holt <fc Cates.
toney to loan on real estate st 7
cb. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
apt. A. A. McDuffie, of Athens, was
ihe city a couple of days this week.
htee car loads number one hay. Call
as for hay. Bradley & Banks.
rof A F. Jones, one of Turin’s best
<sens, was in the city Monday.
uheard of bargains in crokery, china
t glassware at V. E. Manget, Jr’s.
Then you want something extra flue
(Reception Flour. Bradley & Banks.
[rs. W. A. Brannon, of Moreland,
i shopping in the city Monday.
Writing Tablets (ink ) f> and 10c. Box
Stationery. 10 and 26o. Envelopes 5 and
10c. Pens, Ink, Pencils, etc, at Holt &
Heavy additions have been made this
week to our Truss stock. We can now
supply any kind or size needed, in the
best of trusses. Holt & Out-es.
J. R. McCollum,;Ewj.. of this county,
has been appainted by Governor Terrell
as a delegate to the good roads conven-
! tion which meets in Baton Rouge, La.,
j April 28-21).
? ANTED.—to buy a few cords of! Cates Coal Company has the exclusive
pine wood. Apply at News office, lit '• agency here for the celebrated Climax
. P. Barefield, of Hannah, Douglas ! alio, Bird Eve Oa»n«l and Ital
nty, was a visitor to the city yester-
iau Blue Gem coals. Will solicit orders
next month for summer delivery. 'it
Miss Fannie Butts visited Atlanta last
Mrs. E. D. Fonse is speeding the week
Mrs. Emmett Bailey is spending a few
Miss Belle Vernon King is visiting
friends at Rome.
Misses Nina aud ltnogeue Sinims
spent Monday in Atlanta.
Mrs. N. E. Powell will entertain "The
Twelve" this afternoon.
Mrs. J. C. Gilbert, of Columbus, is
spending several days in the city.
Miss Norma Jones, of Turin, spent
Thursday with Miss Cleone Ham.
Mrs. E. M. InglcR, of Pulaski, Va., is
the guest, of Mrs. D. P. Woodroof.
Mrs. L. W. Bohanan. of Gratitville,
visited relatives in the city Thursday.
Mrs. Will Byrain and children have
returned from a visit to relatives at
Mrs. J. J. Goodrum is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. 1. C. MeOrory, in Col
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Banks spent the
fir-t iwrt of the week with relatives at
Miss Emmie Young Conyers, of Pal
metto, spent Saturday anil Sunday with
Miss Bertha Dunning was the guest of
Mr. S. W. Murray and family the first
of the week.
Miss Annie Sue Hardaway, ot Rocky
Mount, is the guest ol her sinter, Mrs.
D. W. Boohe.
Mrs. W. A. Daniel, of Atlanta, is
visitnffc tier parents. Pi of and Mrs. J.
Miss Lucile Haul, who is teaching
school at Lexington, sjient Saturday and
Sunday at home.
The Sulmugundi Club will meet with
Mrs. Thomas Cole next Tuesday, April
18, at J:110 o’clock.
Miss Ethel Nipper, ol Senoia, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Nipper this
UMLIEP CCA! ATOP 9PV1H
STATES OCiy A I UK CAROL
lion. John J. Patterson, Ex-Culted States Senator from South Purolliia, In a
letter from 37-8 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pu., writes:
“As Quite a number of my friends have and are using Peruna as
a catarrh cure with beneficial results, I feel that I can safely recom
mend It to those suffering fron that disorder.”—-J. J. Patterson.
Commodore Nicholson of the U. A. I “ I am fully satisfied that your Pernim
Navy. I is an efficacious remedy for catarrh, as I
Commodore Somerville Nicholson, of j and many of my friends have boon
the United States Navy in a letter from benefited by tts use.”—W. <1. Hunter,
Sample Straw Hats.
Five hundred sample straw hats just
received, to la 1 sold at actual New York
cost. All styles—all qualities.
tl Hardaway <fc Hunter.
Iks make special prices on good lots .
/eet Mash” Tobacco. Bradley & J
eorge K. Robinson, a well Known
•,en oi La Grange, was in the city Mr. Jonathan Orr and family have re-
Jnesday. i moved into the residence on Spring
e have just received a solid car load j Street, recently purchased from Mrs. S.
le fine Gold Coin Flour. Bradley & i L. Faver. Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Smith,
who formerly occupied this house, have
removed to College Park.
rather theremometers and fever
11monicters. new line, at Reese s
elve hundred gnllons syrup from
iseuts to 60 cents per gallon. Brad-
•tin work, roofing, plumbing re-
png see T. M. Martin, Shop below
NOTICE.—Going to quit business in
00 days. Closing out a great, big stock
of crockery, china and glassware and
side lines at and below cost. Corne this
way for unprecedented bargains. V. E.
C. M. Nixon, a farm superintendent
All & Farmer.
L McCutchen, of Atlanta, was in
thty from Suturday until Monday,
finest of P. T. McCutchen.
• you improving your place with
\bn V?ire Fence? Call and see our
,, Lodge, No. 102,22.214.171.124.,
a- Miifi nr ices. Bnidl^y <v Uftnus. ... „
« ana get pn< j tained at the District Co:
of Haralson, Coweta county, through
his attorney, J. W. Shell, filed his up-
plication in bankruptcy in the United
States court Wednesday morning alleg
ing his liabilities to he $732.23 with no
The following members of Newnan
L. Swint, of Macon, one of the Senoia last Monday: J. T. Williams,
&ieru Railway’s most trusted j w. M. Glass, J. C. Leach, C. A. Merck,
Liotive engineers, was the guest of j q. j. Barron, H. A. Haines, O. L. By-
(ryes in this city the first of the week. rum. J. W. Kersey, E. J. Kite.
Matt Crain, of the -4th district, Capt. C. M. Speer was greeting friends
h;,ist recovered from a painful ill- in Newnan yesterday. He was enroute
m He has a daughter who is quite i to Carrollton where he will reside in the
Hi,t present. j future, having accepted the position of
one of G-aiitville’s superintendent of waterworks in that
city. Carrollton is putting in an up-
to-date water plant aud Capt. Speer
Miss Louise Peddy will go to Paris to
morrow to spend a few days with Misses
Marrilu and Julia Harris.
Miss Bessie Goodwyn has completed
the spring term of school at Farmdule,
and is now at home in this city.
Mrs. W. H. Cotter, of Eastman, is ex
pected next week to visit, Mrs. J. F.
Lovcjov and Rev. W. J. Cotter.
Miss Carrie Lou Gibson left Wednes
day morning tor Columbus, where she
will spend some time with relatives.
Miss Virginia Freeman is expected
home tomorrow, after a stay of several
months with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Orr in
Mrs. N. E. Powell and Mrs. W. A.
Dent will entertain the Salmagundi
Club on Thursday afternoon, April 20th,
at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Wirt Johnson and children re
turned to the city last Tuesday, alter
spending three months with relatives in
Mr?.' Harvey North entertained the
Sttlmugundi Club in a most delight,lul
manner Thursday afternoon. The
house was beautifully decorated with
dogwood, wild honeysuckle and howls
of purple iris. After spending some
lime playing dominos a delicious course
of berries, ice cream and cake was serv
1K17 R Street, Northwest, Washington,
1 Y’our Peruna lias been anil Is now
used by so many of my friends and I
acquaintances as a sure cure for catarrh
that 1 ain convinced of its curative j
qualities and I unhesitatingly recom
mend it to nil persons suffering from
that complaint.”—S. Nicholson.
t. S. Minister to Guatemala.
Iir. W. Godfrey Iluntcr, 1’. S. M iutslcr
to Guatemala, and cx-incmlicr of Con
gress from Kentucky, in a letter from
Washington, D. C., writes:
Well known men of dignity and promi
nence in Ihe United States endorse and
recommend Peruna for catarrh.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your ease, and lie will
he pleased to give you Ills valuable ad
Address tor. Hartman, President of
The 11 art muii MunUarlum, Columbus,
;). Bonks, Esq
n.mcceesful businessmen and u rep-
r. ative citizen of Coweta, was. , .
L the visitors in Newnan last Mon-1 wtfl P r °ve to be a valuable man in the
4 . W. S. Copeland was last week I Capt John A. Davis, who died re-
th-PPy’Recipient of a handsome gold ; ^ntly m Albany left an estate valued
w t and chain. It was a present from | ^ about *400,000
and daughter in Tacorna, Wasli-
,rles yAdams. formerly a popular
yo resident of this city, who is now
ei)) d in business in West Point, was
(-q.est of relatives here last Sunday
NTED—Six hustling young men,
n( per month
He was one of tlie
wealthiest and m'ost prominent citizens
in that section of the state. He was
first cousin of Rev. J. B. 8. Davis, of
this city, and was the oldest member of
the Davis family in the state. That dis
tinction now belongs to Rev. Mr. Davis
Wc sell more picture frames in
a day than others sell in a year.
We will have in another ear
about twenty days, sixty-five
hundred frames. If wc can’t
save you money on frames, who
H. D. Owens
AtKinson Bldg. Newnan, Ga.
The First Baptist Sunday school has
decided to have its annual picnic at
As the guests were departing a Park 0I1 Saturday, April 2tt, in
dainty souvenir of .the occasion was Bteatl of OB Friday, April 28, as first in-
presented to each gnest. Besides the
club members there were quite a limn
her of visitors present.
Rev. W. A. Davis, of Senoia, has ac-
! cepted the care of the Bethel church, at
I Rocky Mount. This: is a fine church,
Must have horse and j w j t |, two hundred and forty members,
hg-8* None but hustlers need apply, j rfta (]y aud waiting to be developed in
linger Sewing Machine Company, j tl)0 ^, ork of the l oTf j This , aBt iB work
Nt n. Ga. j in which brother Davis tabes great de-
, G. O. Scroggin.of Paris, by a fall 1 light. He says: "It was a new experi-
on ‘ nrday last sustained a broken i ence to me to change pastorates, and it
, r . She is doing well, and her I greatly grieves me to discontinue at
* K riends will be delighted to know ' White Oak Grove on the first Sunday.”
ji u e is rapidly recovering. -—Christian Index.
The churches of which brother W. A.
Davis is pastOT huve done the nice thing
and instructed him to attend the meet
ing of the Southern Baptist Convention
at their expense. This shows that tie
lias a field of first-class churches, and
we congratulate them and him.—Chris
The pupils of Mrs. Charles Weesner’s
mtsic and elocution class gave a recital
at the home of Mrs. E. O. Reese Friday
evening which was a treat to all pres
ent, showing proficiency in the teacher
and application on the ]iart of the pu
pils. Mrs. Weesner is to be congratula
ted ; and we hope the public will have
another such opportunity.
Mr. W C. Turlington and family have
removed to the residence recently occu
pied by Mr. and Mrs. John It. Cates.
Mr. and Mrs. cates are now residing on
tended, because the Board of Education
some time ago passed a resolution not to
suspend school for picnics.
City court convenes next Monday. As
announced by Judge Freeman in last,
week’s News, no jury cases will he call
ed at this term of court. A few other
cases will probably he heard, hut this
session of court will be short.
Mr. Hewlett Bailey has sold the resi
dence on Greenville Street, occupied by
Mr. Allers Hertel and family, to Mr.
Sum Banks. The price paid was in the
neighborhood of j$4,0<X).
More Howers for the living
wouW not rob the dead.
Great political reforms have their
inception at the fireside.
Head the News
swiff), first, last
i.i id l
Our opening over, wc are pre
pared to execute orders for the
most fetching creations of tin*
Milliner’s art. New shades in
Chip Huts, Persian Ribbons
and many other lovely novel
ties are being shown. An un
usually complete aud beauti
ful line of children’s hats is
now on display. The ladies
are invited to examine our at
Mrs. Lela Adams
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