SOME OF THE THINGS WE SELL.
The list given this week includes many of the articles in the stock of groceries that we have for sale.
SPECIAL SALE OF COFFEE. On next Saturday and Tuesday one package of Arbuckle or Lion Cof
fee for 10c with every 50c purchase of crockery, tinware or glassware.
Syrups and Molasses.
Georgia cane in barrelsanyl half
Georgia (.inn in <|t. 1-2 gal. ami
N. t). molasses.
Durand's the bread that made
Durand's restaurant famous.
Sauces and Dressing.
111 KINZ |
Little (iiant, plain and mixed.
Sweet Mixed, Sour Mixed,
Selected (Jucen, all sizes.
Selected Stuffed, all sizes.
Vinegar. | lloin/. |
Malt, White Wine, Pure Apple.
Cherry, Strawberry, Raspberry,
Pineapple, Damson Plum,
Peach, Apple Mutter.
Vegetables in Cans.
French Peas | Brochet]
Karly June Peas.
()kra, Corn and Tomatoes.
I .ye I lominy
Pork and Means.
Van Camp’s celebrated chicken
Kaglc Mrand, White Lily.
Quaker Oats. Cream of Wheat
Fruit in Cans.
Meats in Cans.
Smoked Dried Meet.
Veal Lo if.
1 lamberger Steak.
Sardines. I Imported. I
Hollands’ a la tomate.
Rolland's, in oil.
Trcvatcc, it) oil.
Kerity Club, in oil,
Sardines. | Amnrutan. I
Gold Label, in Mayonnaise dress
Gold Label, in oil.
Federal, in oil.
Continental, in oil.
Gold Label, in cans.
Lake Shore, in barrels.
Salmon. Columbia River.
Kobt. K. Lee.
Postel’s Klcgant Flour.
K. K. K. Flour.
Georgia nell Flour.
Farm nell Flour.
Roller Queen Flour.
Silver King Flour.
(dory I lams,
Silver Leaf Lard.
Snow Flake Lard,
Salt, bulk or package.
Arm & Hammer.
Grand Pa’s Tar.
Englt-hard's Eilson Club.
Hianke’s Silver Moon.
Metropolitan Java Screenings.
Tetley’s No. i and No. 2.
Pepper, spice, ginger, cinnamon,
cloves, nutmeg, mace, celery-
seed, mixed spices.
Pepper, cinnamon, cayenne pep
per, ginger, allspice, tumeric,
mustard, mace, sage.
Chocolates & Cocoas.
Baker & Co's.
Peper's Natural Leaf.
P. H. Hane’s Natural Leaf.
We carry a full line made by
Salbide, Manget & Co. and
Cuesta Rey & Co.
In smoking tobacco we have
Duke's Mixture, Old North
State, Recruit, Victory.
WANTED—One million tobacco tags, one thousand chickens, five hundred dozen eggs.
NUNNALLY & BARRETT
Turin hi* friends nt Wynne's Pond on Friday.
——^ Mrs. Wiley and Mrs. Margaret. Dean
Mrs. Nancy Page, after a long illness, Moore are the guestsof Mrs. Stacy in
died Thursday afternoon, May 25th, Nownan this week,
leaving seven daughters and scores of
grandchildren and great grand children. Nownan Presring Club, O. W. Brad-
One daughter, Mrs. Hnnuioutt, and 1 toy, Proprietor, will keep your clothes
three sous had gone on before. She was pressed nicely for *1 per month. Clothes
will he called tor and delivered. Shop
250 Smyrna Rugs to close out
at 1 49.
we have a lew more odd coats
and vests to close out at a price |
Some of them are worth 4 00 ;
a piece; clay worsted and,
mixed goods, 1 00 each.
Don't fail to get one ot our 10
|t black handle tin buckets,
going at 10c each.
Children's parasols 25c each.
Carriage lap robes, large size 50c.
ing assortment of glass ware and
crockery at prices below all
competition. There is some
thing in this line you will need.
Shoe nails, 5 8, jea box
Epsom salts in 1 2 lb pkgs 3c.
too white unlaundered shirts,
wo'th 50c, at 29c each
We will sell another lot ot ladies’
shoes at 25c pair. This is the
best lot we have ever put on
the market at this price. You
will notice when we make
prices, they are lower than
J. B. Hutchens
west side square,
Newnan, - Georgia.
a quint, good woman, ami gave evidence
of hoi 1 ig a child of (Jod. For many
inoutliM her illucMH was long and full of
|Niin, hut in it site exhibited both forti
tude and resignation. Her body was
gently laid to rest in Tranquil oometory
in the presence of a great couoourso of
MihsUmiu Johnson, a student of the
Normal School at Athens, is now at
home to tqiend vacation.
Miss Hattie May Bowden, the music
teacher of Hamilton College at Bremen,
over Poihi'k hardware store.
FROM 8EN0IA ENTERPRISE 6AZETTE
Mrs. W. L. Braketield was the guest
of the family of L. B. Maun, at New-
nan, the first of the week.
The smallest inummai In the British
Isle is the slirewmoiise. This Is not
only the sninllest British mammal, but,
with the exception of one other of the
same genus, the smallest in Europe.
The harvest mouse Is someti men
thought to he even smaller, but the
length of Its head and body Is often
two and one-half Inches, while that
of the lesser shrew Is rarely more than
two Inches. The tall measures about
one nnd one-third Inches, and Its teeth
are so extremely small that a lens is
required to detect them,
ness," ‘‘JustlricBtlon," “truth" and
“eternal life.”—8t. James’ Gazette.
Defrltst Ideas af Korea.
According to the Korean Idiom, It Is
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. North ontertaiued | dishonoring to use “thou" or "he” of
a number of their friends at a regular Hod. Iu speech Korean Christians are
Georgia barbecue in New York City I 0 " on h * arA t0 ““ "^ Pn ** n * *>«"
" , (that gentleman) In order to avoid the
ueat ay. 1 objectionable terms. Instead or say-
Rov. W. A. Davis and Mr. VV. A. Ing "He (God) says” they say "That
is expected home Friday to sjicnd *‘or Kip| M , r returned last Friday from the 1 gentleman says.” Then the Korean
vacation. | meeting of the grand lodge of Odd Fel- Inngnago does not posseas the article
Prof. H S Bowden, of Hrcnum. spent lows at Savannah and rc(>ort a very *" d represent terms
Nt>veral dnvB with home folk* thin \vt*ok. plt*a*aut trip. Kev. Davis had the lion- * „ ,l ,.! '* °
, 1 1 iipss * liitttim'ntIrm •‘truth nnd
Miss Margaret Gay visited in Senoia or of being appointed grand chaplain
several days last week. conferred upon him, which place we
The children’s day exercises at the know he will till well,
Methodist church lust Sunday were j otis Norris,a merchant of Lutherville,
splendid. was put under arrest last Saturday night
.. , ,, . 1 bv Sheriff Brown at tin instance of the
Misses 1‘annie and Maud Mekoy, ot Bank of Gnnitvillc, charged with pro-
Weloouio, i'i,turned home Monday, after curing $2,000 011 forged collaterals
s|snding the week with Mis. F. O.
Miss Norma Jones returned homo
Wednesday from Monroe Oollego, to
spend tier vacation.
Mrs. Jennie Hardy has been quite ill
fm the [sist week.
Mrs. Tallulah Mobley, of Hogansvillc,
came up last week to be at her mother's
(Mrs. Page’s) funeral.
Mr. F. F. Hunter went up to Atlanta
on business Wednesday.
while nt Grantville. Norris secretly
swallowed a large quantity of morphine
and was in a stupor when he reached
Nownan. By efforts of Comity Physi
cian A. U. North his life was saved. Ho
is now out 011 bond.
t'onrlr.lr, of (Ip Slrrf).
A hansom cab driver bad Just-picked
up a fare Hiul was driving furiously
along a crowded street when the wheel
of Ills cab just managed to graze a
horse which a very thin youth was
"Now. then, can’t yer see me?” bawl
ed out the latter angrily.
"No." was the reply; "yer whip's In
front of yer.”—London Tit-Bits.
Buggies for youug men, buggies for
old men, top buggies, runabouts, any
style you want. See me and 1 will save
you money on buggies. K. L. Waltorn.
The closing exercises of Palmetto
High School were held in the auditori
um last week. The faculty, composed
ot Prof. Ernest Neal and wife, Miss
Marion Steele and Mis* Emmie Con
yers, director of the music de|>«rtm*'iit,
gave a most interesting program. Prof.
Neal has given satisfaction to |tatrons
and pupils as a most excellent toucher,
and the closing exercises mark n most
successful year in all departments.
Misses Kathcriue and Ethel Held, the
charming daughters of Col. Clms. Reid,
are home from Agnes Scott Institute.
Protracted meeting ut the Baptist
Church will begin on Sunday, June 4tli.
Dt. Spaldiug, the pastor, will be assisted
at different times by Drs. Laudrnm,
Broughton ami others.
Dr. Hal Johnston gave a barbecue to
How to Help the Dead Lady.
Dr. Emerson Weems left Wednesday 1 The following note of excuse was re
fer Borden Springs, where he will spend cetvod by a New \ork city teacher one
Dear Teacher— Please excuse Emma for
having been absent yesterday, as I had to
Regular meeting of Tailored Com- _
mamlerv, Knights Templar, occurs Fri- me to a " olli lady
• ' ” 1 died and had no one to do her work,
day nigl t of next week.
Men's $3.50 slices for $2.75, iu New
York Bargain Store’s summer sale.
$1.50 shoes for 08 cents. Other grades
nt just ns great reduction.
‘‘You’re wasting a lot of time and
money trying to capture that widow.”
"Why? Don’t you think she’ll marry
"Sure. She told me the night she met
you that she was going to."
The Were* Termed.
"Do you shave yourself all the time?"
asked the barber.
“No. I stop occasionally for meals,"
said Jlraplan savagely.
Tangle foot sticky fly pai>er, 50c box; I
the original and by far the best brand of
fly i>nper on the market. New lot iu
this week at Holt & Cates.
Quite a number of Newnan Masons
attended the s|>ocial communication and
banquet of Gate City lodge, Atlanta,
last Tuesday night. Among those in
the party were; J. J. Keith, P. T. Me-
Cutehen, B. T. Thomson, T. B. Man-
gum and H M. Fisher. Spoiled hi. Appetite.
The tiuest toilet soaps and the best Baron Graham once asked an epicure
values for the money, in our judgment, , * ow n,an - v ^'.'sters he should eat in or-
... : . , , tier to create a good appetite for dinner
are represented m the following brands .. . h „
. _ , * . __ and was told to eat away until ne t»e-
uiade by Colgate: Turkish Bath, oOc c . ftme n u „ Kr y. The baron, who never
dozen, White Clematis, 25o box, Vioris, ; snw rt joke ate ten dozen and then
50c box, Cashmere Bouquet, Viodoro. ; plaintively remarked. “’Pon my word,
Sandalwood, Monad Violet at 25c cake. I don’t think I am as hungry as when
Holt <!fc Cates. I began.”
Next to excellence Is the apprecUr
tlon of It.—Thackeray.
OUR VIEWS a a
An optimist and pessimist—the difference is droll;
The optimist sees the doughnut, the pessimist sees the hole.
OURS, The Line of Beauty and Busi
Another important factor in buying our vehicles is the
fact that you can always rely on uniform quality, because
ours come from factories that build from the raw mater
ial to the finished vehicle. You are aware many so-called
manufacturers buy ’be different parts from Tom, Dick
and Harry and merely “set up” jobs. With the best as
sortment ot ail styles in our repository and weekly ship
ments w<- are conhdent you will be pleased.
a ORR <S POWELL
A Good Razor a Luxury.
We guarantee our razors to do the work; put them in good shape
before leaving our store, and hone and strap them free when they
fail to give you a smooth shave. There is nothing that helps a
good razor more than a good strap, and our line of straps would
be a credit to a much larger city than Newnan. We carry the
best Badger hair shaving brushes and Italian razor hones. In
fact everything that goes to make shaving a pleasure.
Williams Shaving Soap, the regular ioc size, for 5c a cake.
Newnan Hardware Co.
BRADLEY-WESTER'S OLD DRUG STORE. PHONE 148-2
Cotton Rece pts.
Cotton receipts iu Newnan this sea-
ton, np to June 1. amount to 15,499
bales. La>t seasou at same date the re
ceipts amounted to 11,193 bales. At
this time last season the stock on hands
nere was 412 bales. This eeasou the
stock is 1.711 bales.
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