Second Week of cur July Clothing
Many have taken advantage cf the cut
.... , | prices we are giving and eqnipiied theni-
Depends prunarilyon good need,
—the only kind we sell.' ! selves with 8ttits - bnt we WRUt ,0 move
It is a well known tact tlmt till'- tllem faster - "'. are determined to re-
11 i p seed have unusually strong duceour stock of Clothing to the lowest
germinal iim power, yet ft*w pen- possible notch. \S'e quote you a few of
pie would care to plant old seed
even if given them free of charge,
i our prices.
SUITS WAS 7.50 NOW $4.85
“ “ 10.00 " 7.15
" “ 12.60 " 8.25
" " 16.00 “ 8.35
" *' 16.50 “ 11.45
" " 18 50 " 12.6S
Visit our store for Bargains wo him
them in store for yon.
and risk failure for so small a
waving, and such reasoning is emi
nently [correct for although old
seed will grow, after a fashion,
yet fresh seed will grow btlter.
quicker and more satisfactorily.
We have developed a good bus
iness in seeds by close adherence
to our policy of selling "fresh
seeds only.’’ You may depend i
absolutely on the Turnip seed we
are offering. They are Huist’s BARNETT, ST.JOHN & CO.
Selected Seed, the most, reliable
grown, and our stock is entirely
fresh, (Yd. Frank S. Lol’tiu, of Frank -
If you give us your order for liu, was among the visitors in New
Turnip Seed it will be tilled with i nan the lirst id this week,
these seed and the results are rea
sonably cert aim
The following varieties now in
st oc.k :
Improved Yellow Kota Baga
White Flat Dutch.
Early Purple Top, (flat.)
Large White Globe.
Mammoth Red or Purple Top
Amber or Yellow Globe.
Prices: be per ounce, it ounces
10c, 40c pound.
Holt & Cates
("r r ^\
Dr. .1 T. Wester’s many friends
in Coweta County will regivt to
learn that he is ill with typhoid
fever in R line.
Mrs. It. S. Drake and Master
Anderson Drake are the guests o!
Mrs. 1 lart.stield in Newnan. At
Miss Katherine Glams, ot New-
nan, will arrive in the city today
and bo t he guest ot Mrs A Lower
for seviral days.—Gntliu News
Miss Eddie North. < f Newnan.
iss spending some time with the
family of her uncle. Rev. W. A.
Davis.— Samba Knterprise-Gu-
Little Miss Mary Summers went
to Atlanta last Monday afternoon,
where she will spend a week or
two with her sisters. Misses Leona
and Margaret to.
Hundreds of Newnan people are
awaiting with pleasurable antiei
palioutlie opening of tlie skating
Rev. .1 R. King and Messrs. \\
G. Post and F M. Itryant are in
attendance at the District Confer
ence in Chipley.
You'll want a Kodak during
Chant ampin week. Kastman Ko
dak- and suppliesa'e sold in New-
itnu only at Bradley’- l>rug Store.
Mi— lllioila Nmiiiulh. of Doug
Miss Ruby Johnston, of Rock
mart, is the guest ol I’rol. F. I*.
Johnston and family .
Fresh supply of all kinds of
Turnip Seed just received at lirad-
lev’s Drug Store.
We are sole agents in Newnan ll ^ (i “- |H ' Tuesday for a visit to
for Kastman Kodaks am! supplies.
Bradley’s Drug Store.
Mrs. Fort and children, ol
A morions, are the gnosis of Mrs.
I. N. Orr.
You'll enjoy going to the New
iihii sliating rink. Watch lor
W hen yon see the opening an-
iiouiiooment, go to the Newnan
Now is the time to plant Turnip
Seed. Fine lot of fresh seed jn-l
received at Reese’s I B ug Store.
Monroe, after spending several
days with Dr. (I. A. Nunnally and
The Newnan Odd Fellows will
give tlo> initiatory degree lo four
candidates next .Monday night. A
meeting of great interest is antici
lion. W. A . I'osl was np from
(1 rant \ ille last Tuesday . 11 is
health is greatly improved, much
lo the g rat ilicat ion of It is n'microns
1 Local News ol Newnan S
Miss Ruby Lovcjoy returned to
her home in Newnan today , alter
a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. T.
St reel.—< 1 l it
Big lot of whole find ground
spices, for pick ling and preserving j,; Patterson on
purposes, at Reese’s Drug store. p,,, \,. v , S aml Sun.
Just, received at Reese’s Drug T1>t , Nl . wnail s |,aling rink will
Store, fresh lot of Rota Baga and , Hs soon as the skafes ar
Turnip Seed ol all kinds. riv ,.. Hand bills an... e.ing the.
Your turnip patch w ill be a sue- opening will be distributed. Watch
store for bargains in (jm4 jfyolI , ( | ttllt U ,e Ruta Baga for them.
Barnett,Ht. John & Co. aild Tunii| , Seed sold at Reese
, N K of ttie most wonderful
feu to in the history of
mi'dlctne Is the nmltlliulo of
enilorsrmenis wlili'h Peruna Is
receiving ns it entnrrli cure
from men of iiutlounl
The most distinguished men
of the Itlllted Sliile!. have no
liesitntlon lu lending their Influence to
assist In lotting the pulilie know of the
merits of Perumi.
Nenrly one-luilf the people nre in some
way nfToctoil by enlurrh. Therefore It
is almost a national curse, aiul It ts of
luitlomil Import that the people slioul.l
know of Pernno.
Catarrh is an American disease.
l'i nun. ts an American remedy.
Catarrh ts a result of changeable
climate. Penma is n result of long and
('atarrli enters thesyslein through the
nerve centers and alTeels the mucous
membranes. Peruna enables the nerve
••enters to repel and expel the catarrh
from t lie system.
• 'atarrli Is a systemic disease and
curable only by systemic treatment.
The remedy tlmt cures catarrh must
aim directly at the depressed nerve
centers. Tills Is what Peruna does.
Redeemer of Public Moneys.
Hon..lolm O. Leftwleh, Redeemer ol
Public Moneys, whose olllco Is In the
Postolllce Building, In a letter written
from Montgomery, Ala., says:
"I lake pleasure iu recommending
The Magnificent State Capitol Building of Alabama.
Governor ot Alabama Commends Pe ru na.
In a letter dated July iftl, JStHi, writ ton from Mont
gomery, A In., Cover nor Joseph ,1. Johnston, says:
“/ join Congressman Brewer in com
mending Peruna."—Joseph ./. Johnston.
Peruna as an excellent Ionic, and II is
recommended to mo by I hose who have
lin'd it as a good catarrh cure.”—John
Register tidied States land Ot line..
Mobile, In a recent lett-irfrona
Moldle, A til., says :
“Allow me to send to you my
testimonial hs to the good
ipuilltU's of Peruna. 1 luivo
used it for I lie past tlireo
months niltl llud It Is ;t
most excellent tonic.”—P. 1).
U. S. Marshal. Northern District.
lion. Dun Cooper, IT. H. Murshftl fop
the Northern District of Alabama,
"Your reined v for catarrh amt
lion. Robert Burlier, Register Culled la grippe, I’eruiiu. bus done me ho much
Stales I,mid Olllce, writes from Mont good t lint 1 cannot speak loo highly of it,
goinery, A la.: “I have used It for a short time and
"For some time 1 have been UHtiflVrei have Improved rapidly from the lirst
from enlurrh in Its Incipient slime, so | day. I was really much surprised at
mui'h so that I I men me depressed ami such a quick ami effective mire.”—Dan
feared my health was generally ill a j Cooper,
decline. Hut hearing of Peruna as » IJ. S. Marshal, Southern District,
good remedy I gave it a fair trial and Hon. I>. .1. Bryan, 11. H. Marshal for
Imgllli to Improve. Its effects were ills-
tlnctly bcnellc.lal, removing the annoy
ing symptoms, and it. was particularly
good as a tonic,”—Robert Barber,
Collector of Port.
lion. J. K. Burke, Collector of Port,
Mobile, A la., writes: ^
“Purnmi I can recommend us a line
medicine. It has been used in my fam
ily and as a Ionic It is excellent. I take
pleasure in testifying lo its line quali
ties.”-.!. K. Burke.
Postmaster of Mobile.
Hon. P. It, Barker, Postmaster of
the .Soullimit District of Alabama,
“I luivo used Peruna for catarrh a
short time and have also had several
Irimuls try It ami they all pronounce It
the heal catarrh remedy ever pul on tint
market. It can not ho praised toi>
highly.”— I.. .1. Bryan.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write atom'll to Dr. It art man, President
of the Hurt man Hunt I art it m, Col u m litis,
Oldo, and lie will give you thu benefit
of Ills valuable advice gratis. All oor-
rcspondenec strictly coDlldeutlul.
The skating rink will open soon.
V isit on i
The pure,delicious drinks served Drug Store,
at Bradley’s delight all patrons. >|( . w w Draper, of Atlanta,
Tlii 1 little infant hoy of Mr. and
Mrs. \V. II. Burks has been real
sick for several days.
Miss Susie Farmer has been eon
(I. I. Davis, of Litfhersville, re
cently appointed agent of the
Aetna Life Insurance < Ynnpany by .. , . . , . .
$5 Ballistic Oxfords at #4.85, at was a visitor to New nan this wf*ek. District Manager F. M. Bryant of ° ' * ‘
Barnett, 8t. John & Go’s. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. this has gone lo <'hipley.Ga.,
Of course you’ll be there—when Noith. j,, Uk> employ ol this company,
the skating rink opens. |)r. and Mrs. Thomas <'ole
John Thompson moved his fum 1
ily to A Hit ns one day hist week.
Miss Bertha MeGeltee lots not
been able to w ork for several days.
Mr. William Itryant has moved
his family from Jefferson si reel,
where they have lived since April,
CITY COURT NEXf WEEK
Mr. and Mrs. Dink Nicholson (q the looms recently vacated by
are stopping with the latter’s par Jelm Thompson,
enls. Mr. and Mrs. \\ . H. Burks, I Bro. Latimer, from Rome, is
... B- is reported that the lit test until they can get rooms to go ti> <.<)it(ln<‘t itigr a series of meelings al
Drink at, Bradlev’s fountain and k*ave Satin day l»n aliipto. nigi.i |j ( ,|,| s 0 f ,.<,tion in the county be house-keening. The writer made
you’ll be healthy and Imppy.
$8.50 Walkover Oxfords, at
$2.75, at Barnett, St. John & Co’s.
Watch for opening of the New
nan skating rink.
Miss Nelia Lon Walton Is visit
ing in Marshallville.
Meet me at the skating rink
when it opens.
Miss Lucy Harris, of Carrollton,
is the guest of Miss Rowena Turner.
We are closing out our clothing
at greatly reduced prices. Barnett.
Ml. John (’o.
Of course you'll take your
friends to Bradley’s fountain dur
ing the Chautauqua.
You’ve heard ill The skating
rink opens within the next few
Now is the time for you to get
that suit cheap. Barnett, St.
John & Co.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Couch, of
Moreland, were among the visitors
in Newnan last Saturday.
Mrs. Mattie Thomas, of Union
Springs, is the guest of relatives in
Miss Martha Orr is the guest of
Mrs. W.C. Kliis in Union Springs,
The skating rink will soon be
the center of attraction in New
nan. Watch for its opening.
If it’s a new drink, ask for it at
Bradley's fountain. All the new
est drinks are served there.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. K.
Hughes, last Sunday morning, a
Falls and other
in the North.
. . . . , ---- the ('Impel this week. Only one
* M,m * ° m,M ^ long to J. II. Jackson and J. I. a mistake last week as to where service a day, in the evening at
Miller, of Corinth. Kaeh gentle this young couple married, it was 7All are invited to attend.
Am closing nut iti.ooo Picture Frames ai m „ M has 25 acres that, it is said, at Jesse Smith’s instead of Argo’s. 'I lioro was no preaching in the
cost. You will find what you want in the lot. | (
H. I). Owens, Brewster Bi i ding, Newnan,
For Rent Nice front room.close
to business section of city, either
furnished or unfurnished. For
particulars apply at News office.
W ■ lire side agents ill NewilIVi
for Nimiiftlly’s line eandiets. Fresh
shipments received twice each
hose elegant . delicious
,vi 11 please a II classes ol
Bradley's Drug Store.
>vcr been surpassed in Cow-
Miss Elizabeth Gray, of La
Grange, a teacher in the Newnan
public schools, ; s spending vaca
tion in the far West, visiting Yel
low-tone Bark and other places of
interest, iu that section ol the
I' nited States.
"Silver rime Thai Hears.’
Mis- Katie Boothe returned to
Montgomery, Ala., last I iiesday,
after a pleasant visit to .Miss Mar
gnerite Nunnally. .Miss Louise
Mathews, of Ttinmustoii, who was
also the guest of Mi— Nunnally
for several days, returned home
M onda v.
They will reside in Newnan. grove Iasi Sunday alien.0011. and
Mrs. Chaney Christian spent a no preaching from house to house
few days last week with relatives (luring the wick, but we hope
in W hitesburg. Bite returned Hun tin se service-' v, ill continue after
day afternoon accompanied by her tin pi« traded servic s close at the
cousin. Miss Bertha Taylor, who church; foi we feel that a great
many have been benelitted by
those meet ings.
The litl ic J'.cu year old boy ol
Mr-. Show got one of his thu in its
tup at Di“ mill la-t Tuesday.
Fit •• mctnhci
• < 'armieliael
of t lie family of .1.
who lives in the
For 50 Years,
Spoons, Forks, etc.,
have been in use and
given entire satisfaction.
The prefix IH47 on
fatiy spoon or fork,
wherever bought, guar
antees its high quality.
These goods are always
in stock at ...
H. S. BANTU’S
spent sot oral day s here.
M r. J . T. Fieomaii, w ho reeeiv < d
such a severe hurt from falling
some time ago. i- able to sit up
Mr. it. II. Parker spent last
week in Foil Valley at the b (is.de
of bis sick tat her.
Jilin 8 am pcs was out of the
mil. tii early part of the week,
being sick .
Airs. <Gaston, from East
Point., wit 1 used to live among us,
recently spent a few days with her
country near Newnan. bate been j'^jier, who is quite feeble,
ill with lever. AII are recovering. yjj ss Bettie Cooper was taken
Mr. Carmichael is a poor man, and |J|iit<J SIM | (U , ;ll | y \\\ last Monday
w hen it, was learned that. linancial „jght and came [v« ry near dy tig.
assistance would be acceptable, the j 1}i( j ,: W!0vm .<j somewhat w hen
generous people of New nan gave ljwt hear<1 )r0JI(
him alxuit $40 in cash and pro- , iu|jy i^arden, little daughter,
visions. of Mr. John 8ampitta, spent last
All the members of the W. C. week in Carrollton with the family
T. I', are solicited to be present at ot i. M. Samples,
our next meeting, as there is a Mr. L. It. .Manning, who is a
good deal of business on hands well known butcher in our town,
that should la- attended to as early is quite ill at his home with blood
as possible. Please come and each poison. His case seems to be a
one bring a new member, or an old critical one.
one who has not Iteen present for a •!■••• Hendrix, who has Itcen liv
good while. The meeting will be ing in the country since last Jan 11 ■ :
hold in the Library assembly ary, has moved back to Newnan
room, on next Monday afternoon and will go to work at the mill. .
at 4 o’clock, which is the 17th, Mrs. George Argo, formerly Miss
just. Mrs. It. J. Barnett, Mary Jane Smith, is quite sick at
President, her mother’s.
New’ium City Court, (louveueH next
Monday morning, al. which time the
criminal docket will lie taken tip h.v tin*
court.. ('n in inn I and civil dockets are
heavy and a lung mission of eourl will
11 n >1111111 y 1 iihii 11. 1 list of .jurors drawn
to serve at I.Iiih term is printed below ;
It 1C .1 VVinklcH, B II Head, T II I’ar-
ttiie.iil, <> Z t frimIHi'il, .las (1 Addy.liS
Biiwcrs, S V Carpenter, VV E North, W
F. Waldrop. .1 I’O'Neal, I. K Bnead. \1
8 Tlitil Ilian, .1 A liable, T A lltileliens,
I. II Moh'Ii'.v, .1 P Duiilmr, S A Ncirtli,
.1 I, MeKny, 'I'om E Potts, (im Cava-
• ler, tjeii I ’ I Indliel I, I! P .Handel -..I T
llaynie, D \V Bonne, (tliristople r, W
,1 Kullei. E P llairiHon, J .1 Milli uis, W
11 N01 l.li, HO I Into s
Mlicit reading matter, inelinling
eorrespondenee, is omitted from
this week’s News to make room
for < 'haulampia news.
Lost In Newnan this week,
tliamoml and amethyst Im mil.
Kinder will lie rewarded on return
mg to News ollie.'.
The Heinz Goods
No higher st<11 ui;.r<i of' peril y usitJ exe.fl-
lence of f'ootJ prodnets is to \>a found than
Unit imtiutuirioil by the niarHifucturers of tLu*
Heinz good,-. This fart, is well known and
needs no exploitation We call attention to
it merely in order to remark that our stock
of Heinz goods is unexcelled in Newnnri Ibr
eonipletentiss. We have Heinz’ Sour Dickies
in hulk, Sweet .Mixed Pickles, Preserves,
Queen Olives. Dressings, Sauces—in lart,
all ol 1 he standard Heinz products. Heinz
.White Wine and Apple Vinegars are the
host, obtainable. We sell them.
Givens your orders for any of Heinz’
goods. Telephone No. ‘j I,
C. P. STEPHENS & CO.
NEWNANTS LIVE GROCERS.