ice cream tor dessert during
Chautauqua week will mater
ially lighten the duties of
housekeepers and will allow
many to attend the morning
exercises who would otherwise
he kept away. There is no
better summer dessert than,
good ice cream, but the bother
of making it at home is too
much for most people.
Why not let us supply you with
ice cream tor your dessert?
We deliver it in any quantity,
exactly on time. You get no
more than you can conveniently
use. there is no waste, and the
cream is better than home made.
The ice cream we nuwinfiieture is ex
ceptionally line. It is smooth in tex
ture, delicate in flavor, amt delightfully
rich. We make to order any desired
flavor and can supply instantly hurry
orders for ordinary quantities.
livery order for one quart or over is
seat out in porcelain lined containers
which insure its perfect condition and
parity. Every order ts well packed and
- under ordinary conditions will keep for
We manufacture any kind of
cream—layer cream in bricks,
fruit and nut creams, cream in
of Carrollton, was among the visi
tors in Newnan last Monday.
Go to New York bargain Store
and learn about the special Chau
tauqua sale prices.
We are sole agents in Newnan
for Eastman Kodaks and supplies.
Bradley’s Drug Store.
Mrs. G. B. Barr and Misses Cla
vidia, Susie and Lula Barr spent
Monday in Atlanta.
Of course you’ll take your i
friends to Bradley’s fountain dur
ing the Chautauqua.
Miss Margaret Cooper, of Senoia,
is upon a visit to Lad range friends.
— Lad range draphic.
If it’s a new drink, ask for it nt
Bradley's fountain. All the new
est drinks are served there.
Park Newton, of Jackson, da.,
will spend Chautauqua week in
Newnan with friends.
■lust reeeived at Reese's Drug
Store fresh lot of Hula Buga and
Turnip Seed of all kinds.
Mr. A. d. I lend ricks, who was
dangerously ill for ten day s, is aide
to attend to business again.
Now is the time to plant Turnip
Seed. Kino lot of lresh seed just
received at Reese’s Drug Store.
.1. M. W atkins and Tom Ansley ,
from W hitesburg, were among the
visitors in town last Tuesday.
i Rig lot of whole and ground
Second Week of our July Clothing
Many have taken advantage of the out
prices we are giving and equipped them
selves with suits, hut we want to move
I them faster. We are determined to re-
1 dace our stock of Clothing to the lowest
possible notch. We quote you a few of
SUITS WAS 7.50 NOW $4.95
Mainly About People
Dana Lee is in Atlanta.
Orr, ,lr., spent Sunday in Grqnt-
Simms tins returned
F. KevHolds was in Atlanta yestoJ-
Hradlev was in Atlanta yestet
skating crane has hit Newnan
Visit our store for Bargains we have
them in store for you.
BARNETT, ST. JOHN & CO.
for parties, weddings and recep
tions. Telephone us your orders.
Holt & Cates
fancy individual moulds suitable [ spices, for pickling and preserving
purposes, at Reese's Drug Store.
* Miss Kate Enver is spending ten }
days at Wrightsville Bench with
I her aunt, Mrs. .). C. Greenfield.
Am dosing out 10,000 Picture frames at
■ cost. You will find what you want in the lot.
I M. C. Owens. Brewster Building. Newnan,
Your turnip patch will Ik* a suc
cess if you plant the Rntn Itagn
and Turnip Seed sold at Reese's
I b ug Store.
i Kor Rent— Nice front room,close
to business section of city, either
furnished or unfurnished. Kor
particulars apply at News ollice.
Special prices for Chautauqua
week on all goods at New York
1 Bargain Store. Be sure to sail
! there and inspect their bargains.
You’ll want a Kodak during
j Local News of Newnan
lion. L. M. Karmcr is having
his residence enlarged and im
proved. A second story is being
added to the building; and. when
the work is completed, it " ill be
one of the handsomest residences
in the city.
lion. \V. It. I>it w ill have two
nice residences erected on the lot
between the houses of Mrs. Kirby
and I’rof. K. I*. Johnston. They |
will be six rooms, two story houses
and "ill be to rent when complet
If you wish to rent,buy or sell a
home, vacant lot or farm, or any
other kind of real (‘state call on or
write to .1. T. Holmes, Real Estate
and Renting Agent, Newnan, Ga.
Otlice in store of.I. \V. Stripling
Next week is the acme of Now-
nan's social and literary year, and
is the onetime you would make
good appearance. Knox Hats,
with all that’s proper in Men’s
Wear, is the suggestion of Ori tt
Mr. Will Hnglms lias been quite sick
for several days.
Tlie Misses Fuatlierston are visiting
Mrs. Edward Platt.
Miss Ella Martin will return homo
from Atlanta Saturday.
Mrs. Will Muroliey and children have
returned from Banning.
Mrs. Aimer Cnllunin, of Atlanta, is
visiting relatives in the city.
Mrs. P. L. Sutherland will spend next
week with Mrs. Sanders Gibson.
Mrs. H. S. Smith is spending awhile
in Gliicnumngik with Mrs. Gordon Lee.
Mr. Oolquit.t Garter, of Atlanta, came
down Wednesday to spend a levs days.
Miss Judith Lvndon, of Washington,
Ga., is the guest of Miss I,alette Sims.
Prof, and Mrs. Grantlund Murray urn
visiting the family ol Mr. S. W. Mur
Miss Mary Goiidrum spent Sunday in
Grantville with Miss Emma Belle /il
Mrs. Rosebud Sunni will return from
Atlanln Saturday to remain until Mon
Mrs. Earl Adams left Saturday for
Columbus, where she will spend a few
Capt. A. B. Cates was in Atlanta last
Skate and the town skates with yon;
fall and you fall alone.
Mrs. M. R. Harris, of Monroe, is vis-
, itiog Mrs. George li. Carmieal and otli-
I or relatives in Newnan.
Miss Emma Adams, of West Point,
is expected to spend next week with
Mr. and Mrs. P. F.Cntfino.
In view of the union nervines nt the
Auditorium next Sunday, conducted by
Rev. Dr. G. W. Bull, there will tie no
premfliing that day at the Presbyterian
Last Sunday afternoon tin* Children's
Day service for foreign missions nt the
I Presbyterian Church was of a very in
teresting character, and llic children do-
! sol ve high enniiiioiidntioii. The reeitn
lions ol Missus Edit.il Powell and Rlien
King were nicely rendered mid gremh
enjoyed A good oflViing was taken lip.
The Supreme Court Inis refused u now
trial lor l'\ M. Alimas, the convicted
wife murderer; thus sustaining Judge
R. W. Kriieinau, who over-ruled inolitm
for new trial in Superior Court. Al
lums’ only hope unW lies hi making mi
appeal lor executive clemency. The
News in not informed as to whether or
not Ins attorneys will take this step
Pretty Girt Suffered From Aervousnttt
and Pelvic Catarrh—Found Quick
Relief in a Few Days.
, Mrs YV. B, Pringle entertained in
honor ol her guest, Miss llunic, of
Charleston, S. C., Wednesday evening
al a Domino-Whist parly. Mrs. Pringle
was assisted in receiving her guests by
her sisters, Mrs. Wright, and Miss Ini-
Miss Nolle Pinson, of Ureeneville, is ,,11,, Arnold. Mrs. Pringle was liand-
t.lie charming guest ol Miss Lydia soniel.v gowned in a pink chiffon dress
Brown. and Miss Hume looked lovely in white
cliilVnn over green tnfTepi. Salad course
was served at the end of I let game.
Miss Mary Parrott spent Monday
Mr. J. A. Hunter was in Atlan
ta lasl Monday.
J.T. Kirby, Esq., was in Allan- Chautauqua week. Eastman Ko
to last Tuesday.
dnks and supplies are sold in Now-
A. H. Freeman, Esq.,was in At- nan only at Bradley’s Drug Store.
Ian to last Monday.
H011. W. A. Post was up from
Grantville last Tuesday.
Dr. and Mis. Sum Bradshaw,
who have been visiting Mrs. Camp
bell, recently, arc now living in
Miss Palmer’s house. Mrs. Brad
shaw is a graduate of the Southern
Miss E11 hi Render, of LtiGrnugo, will j
visit Miss Martini Orr during Olutn
Mrs. T P. '/altars, of Pnlmel.to, will
visit relatives in tin-city during Clinn-
Miss Ella Gena Beckon, of Jones
county, is the guest ol Mrs. Mamie
Mrs Jcnuii! Bowers Lee has returned
from Turin after a pleasant stay with
Miss Sallie Mae Hugely, of Atlanta,
will he the guest of Miss Man Campbell
Misses Oolite and Ruth Bailey enter
tained several nonplus very delightfully
Mrs. Pringle and Miss Hume, of
i Charleston, H. C.,uru visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Pringle.
Mrs. Will Hpenoeentertained delight
fully nt n “spend the day party" last
Thursday. Ilia occasion being an infor
mal one, in honor of Itor mother, Mrs.
Clanton. About twenty friends wore
her guests. Her home on Grccucvillo
Street is a most attractive one and ils
furnishings are artistic ami home like.;
being beautifully duoornted throughout..
An elahorate dinner was served. Those
present were MesdamcsG. A. Numially,
Daniel Walker, Mary Burliunau, Mattie
Thomas, W. B. Orr, 1. N. Orr, T. B.
Davis, Mary Shannon, A. B. Cates, R.
K. Milner, W. P. Niinmnns and Mrs
Ransom. Mr. Spence's mother and two
sisters were also present.
Miss Nad in Robinson, 4 Rand street*
Walden, Mass., writes:
“ Peruna was recommended to me
about a year ago as nn excellent remedy
for the troubles peculiar to our sex, and
as I found Unit nil that was said of flits
nied let lie wns true, 1 nin pleased to en-
“I began to use II about seven months
ago tor weakness and nervousness,
caused from overwork and sleepless
ness, and found that In a few days I
began to grow strong, my appetite In
creased and I began to sleep better,
consequently my nervousness pessed
away end the weakness In the pelvic
organs soon disappeared and I have
been wetland strong ever since, ”
Address Dr. S. li. Hartman, President
of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
O., for free medical advice. All corres
pondence strictly confidential.
, , . „ ,, Miss Martha Orr has returned from u
School ol Osteopathy, at I'lanklin, 1 finliiclif.fnl stay in Union Springs, as the
Dr. C. A. Smith, Veterinarian,
trouts all diseases of domestic uni
mals. (’alls answered day or night
$5 Banistir Oxfords at #3.85, at ( >(lio.e at Gearreld’s livery stable.
"Barnett, St. .I oh n & Co’s. Henry Camp, a well known
Drink at Bradley’s fountain and young citizen of
you’ll he healthy and happy. has been painfully ill for several
Little Ellen Turner has been days, is thought to Im improving,
quite ill, but is convalescent. .f. Sasser, Esq., of Senoia,
The pure,delicious drinks served | one of Coweta’s most successful
business men, is one of the. incor
porators of the Central Cotton
J. Cotter spent ast a $i00,0<)0 corporation that
will be established in Griflin.
Ky., and having bad ten months
of clinic work, is well prepared to
Roger, the nine year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bryant, fell!
from the back of a horse at Gear
reld’s livery stable last. Tuesday
morning and was painfully in
Moreland, who (jnred. No lames were broken, but
the fall rendered him unconscious
for some time. Drs. Davis and
I’enistou rendered medical atten
tion, and the little fellow was al
right the next day.
at Bradley’s delight all patrons
Hunday with relatives in LaGrange
$3.50 Walkover Oxfords, at
$2.75, at Barnett, St. John & <’o’s.
Visit our store for bargains in
clothing. Barnett, St. John & Co.
Wanted—J want to buy scrap
iron. E. L. Waltom, Newnan,
Mr. W. S. Copeland was in Ilo-
gansville last Monday and Tues
Now is the time for you to get
that suit cheap. Barnett, St.
John & Co.
W.T. A mail, Esq., of Senoia,
was greeting friends in ‘Newnan
We are closing out our clothing
at greatly reduced prices. Barnett,
St. John & Co.
Mr. Fred Hunter, one of Turin’s
leading business men, was in the
J. E. Askew, a clever citizen
from the 2nd district, was in town
New York Bargain Store is the
place to buy goods cheap during
You’ll save money by buying at
New York Bargain Store during
Joseph Kingslierry, Esq., the
wealthy planter and stock deale 1
L. T. L MEETINGS.
We are sole agents in Newnan
for Nunnally’s fine candies. Fresh
shipments received twice eneli
week. These elegant, delicious
candies will please all classes of
purchasers. Bradley’s Drugstore.
The l(. T. L. meets regularly
each Friday afternoon in the Sun
day School annex at the First Bap
tist Church. The little folks arei visit, her sister, Mrs. Jack Powell.
guest of Mrs. W. (’. Ellis.
The friends of Mrs. Annie Himril
will regret, to learn that, slid lias been
quite sick the past, two weeks.
Miss Emma Bello Zellers, of Grant.-
ville, will ho Mid gnesl of Miss Mary
Goorlrnm (luring (’liinitimqiia
Mrs. Emily Hpenoe and Miss Laura
Siicnco, of Baiiiosvillo, will spend some
time with relatives in the eit.y.
Mrs. Ham Lumpkin, of 'J'nskegee,
Ala., will visit, her parents, Cupt. nod
Mrs. Thomas Hwint, next week.
| The friends of Mr. Millard Farmer
are glad that, lie is able to lie ont. again,
after an illness of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Ogle tree and
daughters, of Talladega, Ala., am visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hpenoe.
Mrs. F. W. Dixon and children, of
Birmingham, are expected Hatuiday to
The skating rink opened Thurs
day night with very good attend
ance. The managers have reserved
Tuesdays and Thursdays, from
three to five o’clock, lor ladies and
children only. Admission, 10
cents; skates, 15 cents.
Lieut. S G. Orr and family will
arrive from Fortress Monroe next
week and will spend a month with
Newnan every day
I give both quality and quantity of
stove-wood. Davis. Rhone 122. t-f
Money to loan on real estate pt 7 |>er
cent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
Rev. U. F. Ilodmill lining nl the dis
trict aoiiftirciinii al Oliiple.v, iliom was
nn services at the Mellioilist church last
Mr. Watkins, of (Viliii-lnwii. is visit
ing I’rof. F () Watkins noil family fliiH
Misses Helen Giupontei- and Lois
Flemmen, of Newnan, are visiting Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Gorily, of Thoninston,
arc visiting llioir sister, Mrs. New Me
Morrill, and tlioir mother, Mis. Dora
Ingram, at Hharpshnrg.
Misses Bessie and Ruth Whatley, who
had heen s|Mindiiig the pnsr two weeks-
with their grandfather, VV.(’. Itussotl,
relumed to Micir home in Nowiiivn,
T’yrio Harris, of Gorilole, came up hist
Thursday and is s|Ninding the week with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jmlsnn Har
Rroteoted services will he held nt the
Methodist (llinreh next week hegiuning
Misses Alice Moses, Gertrude Bow
den, Helen Cai'jieiiter, Lois Fleininnu
and Margaret Gay went, down In Senoia
Thursday, and Miss Dncli Giirpcntcr
chaperoned the crowd.
in Newnan every day
urged to come out. and help all
they can in this grand work. Kar
enin wont, you please remind them
when the afternoon conics for them
to meet, so that we may have good
attendance^ The larger the at
tendance, the more interesting the
meetings. Mrs. .1. E. Dent,
tf Lady Manager.
All visitors to the Nownaii
Chautauqua arc mo-1 cordi
ally invited to visit nor store
next week. Our best efforts
will he devoted to receiving
and entertaining all who
come, regardless of business
to he friendly and make
WOMEN’S PRAYER MEETING.
The Women’s Prayer Meeting is
held regularly each Wednesday
afternoon at, 4:30 o’clock, at the
First Baptist Church. The wo
men of all denominations are cor
dially invited to take part in these fives, Mrs. Spence and Mrs. Ed Nim-
M iss burette Sims will entertain in |
honor of her guest, Miss Lyndon, of
Washington, Ga , Friday evening.
Misses Susie Barr and Linda Himril
will leave Monday for Opelika, Ain ,
where they will spend several days.
Miss Lucy Harris has returned to her
home in Carrollton, after a stay of sev
eral days with Miss Rowena Turner.
Mrs. Otis Jones and little daughter
returned from Borden Springs Tuesday,
after a delightful slay of several days.
Mrs. Roscoe Gorman, who has been
the guest, of Mrs. Gorman in Talbotton,
Ims returned to the city.—Atlanta
Misses Lnta and Elina Boykin, of
Carrollton, are on a visit to thoir rein-
Insist onhaving Climax coal. Good-
wyn sells it for per ton. tf
For Sale Two fine Jersey cows
with calves. Apply to Maj. W.
A. Turner, Newnan, (la.
Mrs. H. K. Leigh, of Grnntvitlc, Ga.,
was in Mie city yesterday, stopping at
the Majestic hotel. She came up to at
tend the governor’s reception with her
hnshniid, one of the representatives from
Coweta.— Wednesday’s (fonstitntion.
K. C. Goodwyn sells thogennine Mon-
tevalid coal. There is no snch coal ns
"Climax Montevallo." tf
friends, us well as to do busi
ness. So we urge nil Clinii-
tnuqmi visitors and their
Newnnn acquaintances to
make ns friendly culls.
services, as the object is to pray
We are here that the Spirit of Christ may take
hold of the Christians of New nan
and that many souls may see our
good works and hear our godly
conversation and be constrained to
turn unto the Lord for life and
H. S. Banta,
Mr. Frank Wilkinson has return
ed from Borden-Wheeler Springs.
His health is improved and he is
able to at'.tend to business again.
Mr. W. C. McBrydehas returned
;!rorr. Border.-Wheeler Springs.
Mrs. G E. Croft will entertain Fri
day afternoon in honor of Mrs. Thomas
and the Misses Thomas of Little Rock,
MissClandin Barr, of New Orleans,
who is Miss Husie Barr’s attractive
visitor, will be Miss Dorothy Burpee's
guest driving the Chautauqua.
Miss Willino Broom, after a pleasant
visit, of several days at Turin, returned
to Newnan Tuesday, where she will ire
the gnestof Miss Nolle Russell.
Mrs. Lynn Fort and children arrived
a few days ago to visit, her aunt, Mrs.
J N Orr. Mr. Fort will arrive Satnr
day to take a few days vacation.
For Chautauqua Week
The products oi’the National Biscuit Com
pany will lie in great demand. In antici
pation of'this demand, we have new, fresh
supplies of all the popular products of this,
the most famous baking concern in the
At any hour during Chautauqua week
your orders will he promptly filled with any
of the cakes or crackers or other delicacies
made by the National Biscuit Company.
0. P. STEPHENS & GO.
NEWNAN’S LIVE GROCERS.