The first and great necessity in
case of sickness is the attendance
of a good physician, and the sec
ond should be the compounding Stripling & Sou’s.
Prices on ladies' summer shoes have
been cut below any prices ever made in
Newnan before. New York Bargain
Mr. George Milner Hooten, of New
nan, spent Sunday in the city as the
guest of Miss Minnie Dixon .--West
Call on .1. T. Holmes, real estate agent,
if you desire to rent, buy or sell a home,
vacant lot or farm. Office at ,T. W.
of Public Schools Now
Commencement exercises of the pub
lic schools close this evening with grad
uation program nt the Auditorium. The I
only change announced in the program
(as published last week) was made nec
essary by the illness of Dr. H. S. Brad
ley. He is unable to be present and
Hon. Hoke Smith has been secured to
Mainly About People
of the prescription by a competent Ladies’trimmed hats nt $2 98 $3 50 i deliver an address instead of Dr. Brad-
druggist; and the importance of and $1,49. in our wonderful summer ley.
t.lto nmirmot’v utnvlr io lint min rlo. ... ...
tlie druggist’s work is but one de
gree less than that of the doctor.
The physician's efforts to effect
a cure can be defeated by ineffici
ent drugs and drug store service;
sale. Are worth $5, $4 nnd $3.60. New
York Bargniu Store.
New Turkey Dusters in all sizes;
prices low. Note that these dusters are
The public oral examinations and ex
ercises at the school buildings have been
rendered ns announced in last week’s
printed programs. All have been of n
high order nnd creditnble alike to the
Miss Lizzie Belle Farmer is spending
a few days in Seuoia.
Miss Dollie Bniley is spending the
week with relatives in the city.
Mrs. H. W. Gorman, of Atlanta, is
the guest of relatives in the city.
Mrs. \V. C. Ellis, of Union Springs,
Ain., is visiting relativcsin the city.
Miss.lnnie llill, of Groeneville, is in
the city the guest of Mrs. M. P. Martin.
Mrs. Knrnost Wynn, of Hharpshurg,
likewise can he be assisted by | lew ’ lno **' ' R,en faculty nnd pupils of our schools. An spent a few days in the city this week.
here. Holt & Cates.
Pure, sweet cream delivered every
unusually largo number of visitors were
in attendance at the exercises conducted
in the school buildings, and splendid
tal card the day before will get your audieuces have also api>eared at the
skillful, accurate treatment of his
prescriptions, by prompt delivery
of medicines and articles needed day, except Sunday, at your door. Pos-
in the sick room.
When sickness comes it is of ut
most importance that the medi
cine used be the best obtainable,
and here our policy of buying the
best obtainable drugs proves of
value. Every drug and chemical,
every fluid extract, tincture or
other drug used by us is the pro
duct of a manufacturer noted for
strict reliability. If your pre-
suriptiou work is entrusted to u 8
it will be executed exactly us or
dered by your doctor. Tlie best don and family nt Turin,
drugs will be used, the work will
be done by a registered druggist
of long experience, and tlte pie-
Hoription will be promptly deliv
ered to your home.
Orders by telephone receive at
tention quicker than is usually
given by reuson of our extra
’phones. Your call will be an
swered instantly and the goods
ordered will be promptly deliv
ered. Wu hope to add you to our
list of customers.
Wednesday night occurred the ora
torical contest for a gold medal, given
by the Board of Education. The con
testants were Philip Orr, Bradley Davis,
Goodrich White, Riohard Hardaway,
W. .1. Nuimally and Stacy Capers. All
delivered origami speeches, and all won
Prof. H. S. Bowdon and family, of thu |,; g |, U8t encomiums of comiwteut evo, “ n * 1 -
critics. The committee, composed of
Revs. O. O’N. Mnrtindnle and l 1 '. G.
Hughes, W. G. Post, Esq., and A. H.
Freeman, Esq., awarded (he medal to
Stacy Capers, and it was presented by
Mr. Post. All the contestants made
Rev. Dr. J. W. Walden, of Athens,
will not commence his meeting in the
Presbyterian Church here until .luly It,
to which date it is therefore postponed
by the pnstor.
Bremen, nre the guests of relatives in
the city. They will spend part of the
summer vacation with Mr. R. S. Bow-
Mrs. Crisp Davis,of Fairborn, is visit
ing the family of Mr. .1. L Shackleford.
Miss Nell Pinson, of Oordole,
spending a few days with Miss Martha
Miss Ona Brannon and Mrs. Warner
Camp, of Moreland, spent Monday in
Miss Snllie Fannie Mann entertained
in honor of her class-mates last Monday
Miss Rae Lowe Sponoler lias been in
vited to act as pianist on “Georgia Day”
at the "Southern Music Teachers’ Con
vention,” which convenes in Gainesville
on dune lith. Dr. d. Lewis Browne has
selected Miss Sponclor to not as his rep
resentative on that day and to.render
two of iiis own compositions. Only the
music of Georgia composers will be
rendered on “GeorgiaDay.”
Mrs. Joseph T. Kirbv entertained the
Salmagundi Club and a nuinbetof other
friends Friday afternoon in a delightful
manner in honor of Mrs. Thomas, of
Arkansas. The house was beautifully
decorated in daisies nnd jHitted plants.
After a pleasant game of dominos, deli
cious and tempting refreshments wen
served. Mrs. Kirby is a charming hos
tess and was never more so than on this
Rev. C. O’N. Mnrtindnle spent Wed
nesdny nt West Point in attendance on
n Sunday School Institute, at which he such high averages flint il was necessary
to figure tlie results oaiefully before a
decision could lie reached.
was called on by Dr. Hainill to make an
address on “The Jews and the Land.”
Mrs. 11. A. Hall and children have re
turned from a short visit to relatives at
Miss Cora Stevens has returned from
a stay of several days with relatives ill
Miss Alhertiue Snead has returned
from Atlanta, where she has been nt-
Lnverne, Ala., Feliruaiy 17th, 19115.
Prof. Clins. Ast.in: 1 linvo had the
pleasure of using in my Lyceum por-
forninnees tlie Clinton l’inno, which you
so cleverly represent, anil it is will
genuine pleasure that 1 recommend it to
all who have use for a high class instru
ment. The notion is eas'v and agreeable
and it combines with that full masterly
tone that other requisite in a good piano
—a tone that is both sweet and musical.
It falls to my lot to have to deni with nt
least two hundred pianos in a season nnd
1 feel that 1 am a qualified judge of
what a piano should lie.
Yours for success,
Holt <3 Cates
i Local News of Newnan l
Subscribe for the News.
E. R. Barrett was in Atlanta yester
,1. L. Jones, Esq., was in Franklin the
first of this week.
B. P. Cook is painfully sick at his
home in this city.
Insect powder in bulk and package nt
Reese’s Drug Store.
Prof. A. H. Nuunally was in La
Grange last Tuesday.
Sticky fly paper and poison fly paper
nt Reese’s Drug Store.
J. C. Arnnll and C. C. McKnight, of
Senoia, were in town Tuesday.
Big lot of bulk and box paper just ar
rived nt Reese’s Drng Store.
A. W. Powell, of Franklin,was in the
city Tuesday and Wednesday.
Insist on having Climax coal. Good-
wyii sells it for $6.36 per toil. tf
Julian Weems, of McDonough, spent
Sunday and Monday m the city.
Money to loan on real estate pt 7
cent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
Mr. John Dunbar is having a nice
cottage erected on Bridge Street.
Prof. F. P. Johnston spent Wednes
day in Cednrtown with relatives.
L. B. Mann, Esq., is having a nice, 5-
room cottage erected on Temple Avenue.
* Cholera-lnfantum and Taething Pow
ders for teething children at Reese's
For tin work, roofing, plumbing, re-
j ailing, see T. M. Martin. Shop below
Insect Powder and powder guns,
sticky and poison fly paper, at Holt &
Bowman’s Headache Tablets cure all
hinds of headache. Price 10c box at
Reese’s Drug Store.
Mr. W. J. Driskill entertained quite a
uumber of his friends at a stag supper
last Friday evening.
Call and see our new line of station
ery. We have some big bargains to of
fer. Reese’s Drug Store.
E. C. Goodwyn sells the genuine Mon-
tevallo coal. There is no such coal as
“Climax Montevallo.” ft
Hon. L. M. Farmer’s friends are
pleased to see him on the streets again,
after a month’s illness.
Formending china, glassware, crock-
e.ry or anything in iron or wood, use
“Iron Glue.” At Reese’s Drug Store.
Clearance sale of Stationery at Holt &
Cates. 26c values sold at 14c to make
room for new stock.
I have all qualities of stove wood, in
cluding the Montevallo and Italian Bine
Gem. E. E. Davis, ’phone 122.
Go to tlm New York Bargain Store's
Summer Sale of Millinery Goods. The
latest styles and prettiest creations of
the milliner's art are being closed out at
the lowest prices ever made in Newnan.
Beauford Copeland, a student in Mer
cer University, is ill with fever at his
home two miles from the oily. He was
unable to remain in Mncon for Mercer
commencement on account of being
Newnan Chapter,Royal Arch Masons,
held an enjoyable Good Samaritan
meeting last Tuesday evening. About
a dozen candidates were given this de
gree. and delightful refreshments were
F. M. Bryant, the hustling insurance
man, seems to he getting the business.
He was in Campbell County Tuesday
with three physicians. Object, unknown;
hut it’s quite probable that "Tolio” was
Paint for every purpose nt Holt &
Cates'. Paint up your porch nnd lawn
furniture, brighten up your house, re
new worn out furniture, worn floors.
We have exactly the paint needed to
give the proper results in each of these
lilies of work.
Ladies’ skirts ami waists, men’s and
boys’ clothing, summer dress goods and
rotton fabrics, hosiery, corsets, outfits
for infants and children, neckwear,
laces and embroideries, linens and mus
lins, jewelry, millinery, shoes and Ox
ford ties, ure all going at. unprecedent
edly low prices in the wonderful Sum
mer Sale at the New York Bargain
P. T. MoCutchen will leave tlie first
of next week for Guthrie, Oklahoma,
where lie will attend tlie National Edi
torial Association ns one of the four rep
resentatives from Georgia, and will go
on tlie Association’s extended excursion
through Oklahoma, Texas, California,
Utah and Colorado. The trip includes
some eight thousand miles of travel,
and is one of delightful and profitable
The annual concert by Mrs. Peavy’s tending school.
music class was an enjoyable entertain
ment, given Thursday night. Detailed
mention of tlie oolioerl would include
every number on the program, as it was
rendered in a splendid manner from
beginning to end.
This morning, at Auditorium, occurs
the "Class Exercises” and "Gradua
tion,” at the same place this evening,
marks the close of this delightful and
successful eominelicement season.
slie has been
Public School Teachers
The Board of Education has re-elected
Prof. B F. Pickett ns Superintendent ol
our public schools. The next scholastic
year will be Prof. Pickett’s sixth ycur
in this position.
The Board lias also elected the follow
First grade—Miss Maggie Brown.
Second grade—Miss Daisy Poddy.
Third grade- Miss Elizabeth Gray
Fourth grade—Miss Bessie Arnold.
Sixth grade—Mrs. .1. E. Robinson.
Assistant Principal High School De
partment—Miss M. O. Martin.
Principal High Bohonl Department—
Prof. J. E. Peinlorgrust.
Principal East Newnan School—Mrs.
F. O. White; Assistant, Miss Ethel
Principal Colored School—P. A. Al
len; teachers, Sallie E. Jones and Mary
Misses Virginia Cates and Coral Mos
es, teachers of the Seventh and Sixth
grades, were not applicants for re-elec
tion. Mrs. Robinson was advanced from
Fifth to Sixth grade, leaving the Fifth
and Seventh grades without teachers.
These vacancies will he filled at an early
meeting of the Board.
Miss Edith Powell will
row from Perry, where
Miss Emmie Young Conyers, who has
been teaching music at Palmetto, has
Miss Annie Murray, who has been at
tending school at Tuskeegee, is expected
home next week,
Miss Coral Moses leaves tomorrow for
Eastman, where she will spend a lew
days with friends.
Mrs. .). 11. Hall left Saturday for
Tuskeegee. where she will spend some
time with relatives.
Miss Lizzie Treiulawiiy,who i* attend
ing school in Atlanta, spent Saturday
and Sunday at home.
Miss Mattie Himlawny Inis returned
to Rooky Mount, after attending the
Newnan High School.
Mrs. Sam Bunks is the guest of rela
tives in Marslinllville, where she will
remain several weeks.
Miss Pearl Foster returned Wednes
day from a pleasant, month's visit to rel
atives in north Georgia.
Miss Mary Goodrum lias returned
from a visit to her sister, Mrs. I. C. Mc-
Crory, at College Park.
Miss Annie Lizzie Widener has re
turned from Monroe College, Forsyth,
for the Hummer vacation.
In Heard Superior Court, at Frank
lin, this week, at a special term of court,
Mack Patterson nnd his son, Burrell,
were tried for the murder of Bill Stew
art, on April 20, 1.(04. Burrell Patterson
was found guilty and sentenced to lie
hanged on June llOtli. Mack Patterson
was given a life sentence. W. C.
Wtight. Esq., of this city, assisted Soli
oltor General J. R. Terrell in prosecut
ing tlie Pattersons.
RESTORED TO HEALTH.
THANKS TO PE-RU-NA.
CLOSING OF COLORED SCHOOL.
The Pinson Street colored public
school closed witli appropriate exercises,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
nights: preceded by a eniiiiimiieenietit
sermon at Newnan Chapel M E.Church
on last Sunday morning. Written ex
ainiimtions wore cmiilm-tcd Wednesday,
Thursdnv ami Kridav.
Friends Were Alarmed —
Advised Change of Climate.
Miss Mildred Keller,718 filth street,
N. W., Washington, D. ()., writes:
“I can safely recommend I’eruna for
catarrh, t had il for years ami il would
respond to no kind of treatment,nr if It
did It was only temporary, nnd on tin.
slightest provocation the trouble would
••I was In such a state that my
friends were alarmed about me, and I
was advised to leave this climate.
Then I tried Perunu, and to my great
Joy found It helped me from the first
dose I took, and a few bottles cured
“It liullt lip lily constitution, I re
gained my uppolito, and 1 feel that I
am perfectly well and strong.“-Mildroil
We have on file many thousand testi
monials like the above. We cun give
our readers only a slight, glimpse of ilm
vast array of unsolicited endorsements
ill-. Hartman Is receiving.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
All (M) | > v for till veil ise-
ini-nts M11ST !>e in t lii't* 1!i<• • -
N( >T I, A TICK* 11 tit n TIiuismiiv
noon t.o insure insert ion in
t lie current issue.
Newnan School Has
Straw Hats Below Cost.
All our sample straw hats are offered
at 25 per cent below actual New York-
cost, for the next (10 days.
tf Ilardawny & Hunter.
Are always pleased with “Co
lumbia” and “Victor” grnplio-
pliones, the only perfect, dura
ble talking nnd singing machines
made. This store has exclusive
agency in Newnan for these
machines and records.
Graphophones are priced from
$16 to $100.
Records sell at 60c and $1.00
Machines are kept in stock. A
new assortment of 200 very fine
records has just been received.
Call at this store and hear some
H. S. B A N T A,
— Jeweler -■■■- -----
Newnan, - Georgia
The East Newnan school closed with
interesting exercises Thursday evening.
Public exercises were also held on Wed
nesday and Thursday mornings. The
Thursday night entertainment was
creditable nnd enjoyable. The entire
closing exercises demonstrated that, this
school is making excellent progress and
doing first class educational work.
Mr. H. S. Hanta was present at
Thursday night’s entertainment and the
beautiful music furnished by hisgraplio-
phone was a feature highly entertaining
to the children and visitors.
RESIDENCE BURNED AT LAGRANGE.
LnGrange, June 1.—The residence of
W. B. Cotter was destroyed by fire at an
early hour this morning. The house,
was valued at about $2,000, on which
there was $1,600 insurance in the South
ern Mutual. Part, of the furniture was
saved, all of which was covered by in
surance. The origin of the fire is not
W. B. Cotter is a son of Rev. W. J.
Cotter, of Newnan, and is well known
in this city and county.
Notice of Local Legislation
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pendorgrnst, of I
Jcsup, lire spending the summer with
Prof, nnd Mrs. J. E. Pendergrast.
Miss Elizabeth Hill has returned from
Woodbury, where she has been teaching
school, and will spend vacation m tlit: !
Mrs. T. H. Patterson went to Newnan *
yesterday, where she will spend several
days visiting her parents.—Griffin News
Mth K. W. Jones and children have
returned t.o their home in Opelika, after
spending two weeks with tlie family of
Mr. A. F. Sirnril.
Miss Virginia Bailey Iiiir returned to
her home in Newnan. She will leave
shortly upon a visit to New Orleans.—
La Grange Graphic.
Mrs. U. A. Cook, of Social Circle, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wirt .John
son. Mrs. Johnson has been quite sick
during the past week.
Misses Rue Lowe Sponcler and Fran
kie King leave next Tuesday for Gaines
ville t.o attend the “Southern Music
Mrs. W. Y. Atkinson Is in Milledge-
ville, attending the commencement of
Georgia Normal and Industrial School
nnd visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Atkin
Miss Eva E. Davis, of the Stephens
High School, Crawfordville, is spending
vacation at her home in this city. She
lias been re-elected to fill tier position in
this school and will return to Crawford
ville after the summer vncutlon.
Tlie reception which the Juniors gave
the Seniors last Tuesday evening at the J' H Turner
home of Miss Snsie Martin, was quite a
success. The hospitable home of Miss
Martin was thrown open for the occa
sion and almost every member of both
classes were present.. After a game of
Tlio fiicnii- period of the ycur is with ns ttgtiiii
the season when you riff anil old Hock to grove,
lake or other place ol resort “on pleasure bent .”
1f The lunch basket is ever an indispensalile ad-
junot of the picnic party; and it’s a, part of our
business to (ill the lunch basket (or picnic, parties
with good tilings to eat.
II Your attention is directed to a lew of the good
things we can place in your picnic, basket: We
sell all the products of the National Misetul (,'nm-
pany. They need no introduction to the owner of
(lie picnic lunch basket In addition we can al
ways furnish l J ick|es, Olives, Canned Meats. Im
ported Sardines, etc., of standard brands always
guaranteed to be fresh and of first nnalitv.
^ dlist now we can add to the above the lirs
Peaches and Cantaloupes of (he season.
C. P. STEPHENS &
NEWNAN'S LIVE GROCERS.
The National (collection
will dispose of tlie following
Notice is hereby given that, at the
next session of General Assembly of
Georgia, there will be introduced a bill
AN ACT to create a school district,
embracing all of Grantville District,
Coweta County, and a jiortion of Lone
Oak District, Meriwether County in Quinn and May Russell; and
said State; toprov.de for the election ^ Penrter(?m8t) H . M. Mar-
Miss Cleone Ham was the lovely hos
tess at an informal party last Wednes
day evening. Those present were:
Misses Coral Moses, Mary Murray,
L D Whitsett
Gilbert & Hewitt
J H Rodgers
Lewis & Murphy
M T Lamb
Mrs A R Smith
L H Turner
R L Brewer
Reeves Bros & Co
J S Gregory
Frank P. Case
J S Mills
i C L Monsley
1 E C Brown
i J B Stiles
j of trustees, to empower said trustees, to
| levy and collect taxes for the support of
; said district school; and for other pur
tin, of Chattanooga, Dr. Emerson
Weems, Messrs. Frank Lee and E.
H. Hand, of Senoia.
Agency of W
ns 11 i ngl.oo,
R L J,ewis
M il leu
W T Cockrell
Warren & Huff
O JI Levan
Mrs R Baer
H L Durden
R L Clements
J P Hurst
B P Lara bee
R H Candle
J H Kingiy
Head & Warren
Carr & Co
H T Daniel
W T Harrison &. Hon Killen
W J Henderson
1 M Bouey
J W Hand
Send Bids to
THE NATIONAL COLLECTION AGENCY,
Washington, D. C.