For Sale.—House ami lot. W.
I Local News of Newnan \ L
Mr. G. 11. Black ami Mis. Frank
Morph are at Tate Sprint's.
Olio Longino, ot’ Atlanta, is the
-nest «>1 Berryman Longino.
Miss Benella Oit
lives ami 1'riemls in
is with i
Miss Btibv Love,joy is in Grant-
ville. the guest ot Miss Banks.
Miss Elizabeth Buehanan has
returned to her home in Opelika.
Miss Klizabeth Graves, of Spar
ta, is the truest of Miss Llewellyn
Miss Martha Oit is with Mr.
ami Mrs. 1*. L. Sutherland this
Lizzie Leigh is visiting her
Mrs. Longshore, in West.
Miss Delia Wisdom, of La
Grange, is the guest of Mrs. W ill
Mis* Nanaline King is spending
the .week with Miss White ill
< i rant\ ille.
Mrs. c. 1>. Hollis and ehildren
have returned home from
weeks’ visit at Boscoe.
Mrs. /. Greene entertained
is in Atlanta last
('. A. Fain is the. guest of friends
O. W. Bradley was in Atlanta
Miss Nora Melson has returned
to her home in Atlanta.
For cheap feed for cows, hogs
and chickens, go to Askew's
Mr. Allers I Intel and little
daughter. Katherine, are in Balti
Mrs. G. W. Barney and ehil
dren, of Atlanta, are visiting rela
tives in Newnan.
Miss Lucy Beck, of Griffin, " ho
was the guest of Miss Belle Vernon
King, has returned to her home.
TheG. L. A. I>. Society of tin*
First Baptist Church picnicked at
Pearl Spring Park last Thursday.
Mrs. M. U. Harris has returned
to Monroe, after spending two
weeks with Mrs. George II. Car-
Mrs. Allers lintel is expecting
her mother. Mrs. Barrow, of Penn-
two sylvania, soon to spend some time
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mangel ary
Mrs. Will Mattox is the guest of
Mi’s. Sanders Gibson.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Palmer this week.
Dr. .1. M. Christian, formerly of
Grant ville, is now
M r. and M rs. <'.
Miss Mary Parrott
Mr. and Mrs. Mulcom
Little Bock, \rk., are
friends in the city.
"Thr DrllRht of Mnnkinri.”
Titus. (lie Human emperor, was enti
tled “the delight of mankind.” Tims’
beneficence whs unbouiukHl. Hint it so
happened ttuil during liis brief reign
there was (lie most argent need of Its
exercise. In the lira! year occurred the
great eruption of Vesuvius, over
whelming Herculaneum and I’ompell
and ruining numerous other towns and
villages. The next year a lire broke
out In Home, which raged three days,
causing groat destruction. iuuf*m the
tracks of these calamities followed n
dreadful pestilence. Titus dealt out
gifts with lavish hand to the houseless
and ruined sufferers, lie eVen despoil
ed tile palaces of (heir valuable orna
ments to obtain money for dlstrlhti
lien and schemed and planned to fur
Boy Askew and Muster msli occupation for them, lie was now
the Idol of his subjects, the "love and
delight of the human race.’’ bill, tin for
tunately for tlitil part of the human
race over which ho ruled, In the coin
mencemenl of iho third year of Ids
reign lie became suddenly ill and diisl
al Ills patrimonial i Ilia In the Sabine
THE RICH the poor
< >rr. of
few friends informally Tuesday entertaining a young daughter at
evening at a nnwicale. their home. The young lady ar-
Malcolm McOrory has returned rtv « l Wednesday,
to College Park, after spending va
cation with relatives.
Mrs. Cotter Lovejoy, of New Or
leans, arrived this week on a visit
to Mrs. Mary Lovejoy.
Stacy Capers has returned, after
spending several we
parents in Arcadia, La.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Morris and j
little son, Goodrum, are \isiting
relatives in College Park.
For Sale—50-saw and KO-xiiw
Van Winkle gins and Cole, press
for sale cheap. Apply to C. S.
Fineanon, Newnan, Ga.
For Sale—First class fresh apple
cider every day.. Ten cents per
reeks with his 'l»art or :!0 cents per gallon, de
livered. E. E. Davis, 'phone 122,
Mrs. M. D. Hollis has retiirned
home from a visit to her daughter
in Atlanta. She was accompanied
Miss Mary Fox < amp is i|nite ill j,y lutr granddanghter. little Wil-
with fever at the home of her
mother, Mrs. W. W. Camp.
Mrs. T. M. Goodrum and little
• li«* Lanier.
E. F. Stallings, of New Orleans,
is the guest of his brother, Col. W-
son, James, are visiting relatives L stallings. Mr. Stallings left
in Atlanta and College Park. New Orleans on account of the vcl-
Miss Lizzie Gray passed through low fever.
Newnan Friday returning from tin
extended trip through the West.
Mr. Tonnage, bookkeeper for
J. Goodrum Tobacco Company, of|
Atlanta, was in the city Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun Hill are
receiving congratulations on thc|
arrival of a daughter in their
Mr. Samuel Alexander, alter a
visit of several days with the fam
ily of Mr. T. L. Stevens, left for
Mrs. Samuel Wilson, of Bartow,
Fla., who has been visiting Mrs.
Lizzie Leigh, left Monday lor a
visit to West Point.
Dr. and .Mrs. Thus. Cole have
returned Irom a delighttul trip to
Buffalo and other points of inter
est in the North and East.
Miss Jennie Cates left Tuesday
afternoon lor Tallulah to join a
camping party, which will have as
hostess Miss Gertrude Askew.
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thompson
and Misses LucileThompson, Cor-
ille Hardaway and Katie A mail
left yesterday for Iiordey-Wheeler.
Mrs. McKillop, of Homeland,
Fla., w ho has lieen the guest ot
Mrs. Jean Howell, is now with
Mrs. A. H. Young at her home in
Misses Emma Belle and Estelle
Ernest Goodwyn complimented
a few friends with a straw ride
I. Monday night. His guests were
driven to his home in the country
and there; enjoyed fruits and mel
Miss Butli Whatley and Messrs.
Willis J. Davis mid Hugh It.
North, of Newnan. spent Monday
the guests of the family of Bov. W.
A. Davis.—Settoia Enterprise-Ga
Bate's Hudson are spending
weeks at Sharpsbtirg.
Miss Wilson, the giie'st ot Miss
Bay Lowe Sponelew, returned to
Atlanta last Tuesday.
Je'tt Austin, of 11 iirricrtite Dis
trict, has gone to Godfrey, Texas,
to remain several months.
Mrs. W. II. Holmes is spending
it lew days with Mr. ami Mrs.
Wallen- Holmes at the* Lake 1 .
Miss Frankie' King red lerncel
Irom Atlanta Wednesday aftew a
delightful visit eil’two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Turlington
I are the 1 parents of a ‘seen, w ho ar
rived at tlie'ir home 1 this week, *
Prof. Arthur Bausenit, e»f Ait
i burn, Ala., is visiting Mr. W. J.
Bail sent anil family in lhe> city.
The county ehaingang lias re
moved from the 2d to the 1st Dis
trict and is camped near tSenoitt.
Miss Mary Oit, one of New nan’s
most accomplished young ladies, i
now holels a position in the post-
1 office here.
.Miss Catherine' Bowel will return
Saturday, after a delightful visit
to frii'tiels in Bome', Dalton and
lion. Frank Clark, of Florida,
was with relative's in Xewiuin this
week, lie 1 was e»nroute' to Hot
Mrs. Hargrove mol Miss Har
grove, of Birmingham, are* «*xi»e*«*t
e'd to arrive' today to be tile* giie*sts
of M rs. E. .1. < )it.
Little* Miss Evelyn Wright on-
t'ltained a niimber of her little'
friends at a watermelon cutting on
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fort, who
have Ite'im v isiting the family of
lion. I. N. Orr, have returned let
their home in A inewieus.
Mrs. Mamie Thompson and
Missi's Biith Thoinpson ami Daisy
Peilely are expected home* from
Mnrphey, N. C., this week.
Lost—In Newnan last week, a
gold handle umbrella, “Miss !Vle*l
Vulril lltml In Trinity e linrrlijrierit.
A lex a mler Hamilton is burled in
Trinity elnirchyttnl. at the head of Wall
street. Now York, and tlie grieve* Is
innrkisi li.v a conspicuous white mar-
ble* mnmunelil near tlet* Heelin' street
.•.Urllon of Hie elevitted road. His wife,
who lived limit ISM. It fly years after
Ills dentil in lilt* duel with Hurt’. Is
litlt'li'd lieslde hint. AIIktI e Hi Hat In,
wlm succeeded Hiuniltoit as secretary
nf (lie treasury, lies iiiilj a few feet
away, and near by Is also the grave
of Ktiberl l'nllon. Inventor of Hie
steamboat. A tied her fainoiis occupant
of Trinity churchyard, whose monu
ment Is near the Hl’omlwny gale. Is
Captain .lames l.avvrenee of the I tilted
Slates navy, cuimntitidrr of the frigate
<'Itesnpeake, who fell in battle with
the British ship Nhiinnon .lime i. isi:i.
In the ihlrty-seeond year of his age.
Ah he fell upon the deek he cried to
Ills suliordlniiles, "Don’l give np Hie
A l.imliiR Orr a in.
*•1 made a nice Idiot of myself the
oilier morning,’’ salil file commuter,
who Is paying teller In a savings hunk.
"My wife was afruld I'll tnlsa my train,
and she got me by the shoulder and
shook me, telling me thin It was time
In get np. I gut *ilimit hull awake, nud,
soim lunv, 1 thought 1 whs hi my win
dow In Ihe hunk with a long line of
women iiwttlllng their lurti. The one
Hi the window whs Iiii ml lug me
eherli, and, from force of Imbll, I mild:
"*llow much money do you want?'
'•You know, intis I women who present
cheeks wind to ill’llw some und deposit
the list. Well, wluil do you think the
Wife dill? Quick as a Hash mine her
answer to my 'dopy' question:
" ‘I'lve dollars wIII do.’
"She got II. Inti I h »pe I won't dream
liny noire." New York Host.
Many Suffer With Catarrh
and Don’t Know It.
The Phase of Catarrh Most
Prevalent in Summer is a
Run Down, Worn Out
Condition Known as
“Pe-ru-na Is the Medicine for
the Poor Man."-”* 0 * A ’ nu » s,, “
C ATAKKH assumes different phn-« •
In dlltereivt sea-on. of the y ear. I u
the curly Hummer Hyslemle cnturrh is
That tired, Worn-or.L fooling In mm
cases cut of ten 1* duo to r ivtanhul
condition id the immoiiH mi iiibuvni v.
< Mr lion. A. Hughes, SOU Mass. Ave., IndlBnapolls, lnd„ writes;
i "Pi run* has dont mt more good than anything I have ever taken. I
S am forti .five i ears, old now. and feel as good as I did at twenty. I was
> very Ihin and'run down, but Peruna acted just right In my case. I am a
< carpenter and sometimes need a tonic. Peruna *-
| poor man.”••Oeo. A. Hughes.
Is the medicine for a
A C«n|rt»man Use* Pc-ru-na In Mlu
Hon. Thou. J. Henderson, Member of
Congrot’H from Illinois, nnd Lieutenant
In the Union Army for eight years,
writes from the Lemon building, Wash
ington, 1). O., ns follows:
• •Peruna has been used In my family
with the very best results and I take
pleasure In recommending your valua
ble remedy to my friends as a tonic
and an effective cure for catarrh."—
Tlios. J. Henderson.
Bunina cleanses the mucous mem-
prunes und cures tin eviiirrh wherever
riierearonoremodlCH for catarrh Just
us good os Peruna. Accept no uubstt-
A reward of f 10,000 has boon deposited
in the Market Exchange llimk, Ooluin-
bus,Ohio, as a guarantee that (lie above
testimonials are genuine; that wo hold
in our possession an thou tlo letter* certU
tying to the same. During many years*
advertising we have never used,lit part
or In whole, a single spurious testi
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
Tin Hartman Sanitarium, Oolumbuj,
<„ilo. All correspondence held strictly
E. ('. Gondwyn sells the gunnum Mon-
toviillo onal. Tlioro is no such onul ns
‘•Climax Moiitovnllo.” tf
son” engraved on top. Finder
Mr. und Mrs. James Albiight, ot will please leave al News office.
Atlanta, are the parents of a
a daughter, who was born to t hem
a lew days ago. Mrs. Albright is in t
Newnan with her mother, Mrs.
New nan’s eotton receipts this
season, up to August 1st, amount
ed to 15,<185 bales; last year to
same date, 11 ,]}>5 bales. Stock on
hand this year. -Hi bales; last
| year, U7 bales.
Quite a number of young people
were entertained most pleasantly
one evening litis week at the home
of Bev.'W. A. Davis, in honor of
his charming sister. Miss Evie Da
vis, of Newnan. • Sctmia Enter
Prof, t '.iaries Astin will aot as
organist at the Methodist Chiii'oh
next Sunday, morning and even
ing. Prof. Astin i~ a talented a id
experienced organist and his num-
bets will be a musical treat for
Cellars have returned to theii
home in Grautville, alter spending j s congregation,
several days with Misses Mary
Goodrum and Frankie Me< rory.
Miss Sarah Buchanan entertain
(’apt. T. \V. Powell is in Uogers-
ville, Tennessee, where he went to
attend a family reunion. There
ed at a lawn party in compliment are seven brothers ami one sister
to her charming guest, Miss Susie
Parks, of Atlanta
Miss Elizabeth Jcmison, of
Birmingham, who lias been the
guest of Misses Jennie and Doro
thy Burpee, left Saturday for La
Lieut. S. G. Orr, of the I’nited
States army. is ill at Ihe home of
his lather, Hon. I. N. Orr, in this
city. Lieut. Orr and family are
here to spend some time with rela
L. W. Petty, who was a resident
of Newnan fifteen years ago, is
with relatives ami friends in the
city and county. lie is now en
gaged in the printing business in
Mrs. B. .1. Lee, of Wlanta. is
the guest ol ('apt. J. II. Bussell
and family. Mr. Lee is in New
York City for a month, making
purchases for tin* < hambcrlin-
Johnson IhiBose ( o.
Next Monday is the regular t ime
for tlte Woman’s Missionary and
Aid Society to meet at the First
Baptist. < hinch, and wo hope to
have a full attendance. Every
member who possibly can .should
|>e present, on next Monday after-
Aii !•!«•«•«*iiI rl«* I’m Inter.
tVllltiiin W11 In I'd. well known os tin*
imintcr of MassHeliMHotls' governors,
mis very eccentric in Ills ways. Ills
speolnl iiverslon whs the attempted
piireluiHc of Ills ninny old relies of fur-
lillure by people of weiiltli. A New
York vviiiiinn vlsllltig In tlie vlelnlly of
Hturlirldge. hearing Hint the old nrtlst
possessed ii lieHiillfiil colonial tiiln’or
iiiip ii rtll'o cloeli, tried to buy lltcin.
Mr. tYi!hull seemed to readily agree
In the side, lull when tiskeil when It
would lie convenient to have them
packed replied. "Not milII tifler Ihe
fftneral." "Whose funeral?" asked the
visitor. "Mine," replied Mr Wllinril.
with it chuckle.
An klirl)’ Mnlll-nsil.
All old inventory of the Moliuvvk
anil Hudson nillrotul. now ii part of the
New York ('eulral and Hudson Itlvor
nillroiid. dated .but. I. 18:i:i. gives tho
following as the total rolling stork of
(he road at that time: Three locomo
tives (the John Bull the DcAVIU Cllu-
ton and the Experiment), three car
gars each: nine, in'i'oninioilntlng nine
ouch; (wo, iiei'onnnodnt.lng six eneh,
and Hiree, aeconituodai lug eighteen
eai'h. :i (oitil eiipneliy of I8rt. Four
t reats u
\. Smith, Veterinarian,
diseases of ili iucst ic aui
Miss Lucile Thnm|isun was inist-
ess to the Salmagundi ('lull on
^ Wednesduv inurning in honor ol'
j her guest, Miss I'llizubelli Bticlmn-
I non, of Opelika. About fifty
als. ('alIs umjiwered day or night j guests were present and were en-
()fllee til (Icarreld's livery stable.
If yon wish to rent;,buy or sell a
home, vacant lot or farm, or any
other kind of real estate call on or
write to J. T. Holmes, Beal Estate
and Ben ting Agent, Newnan, Ga.
Office in store of J. \V. Stripling &
Ain > Icisinft out 10,000 Pit lure Dames al
cost. You will find what yoil want in (lie lot.
II. D. Owens, Brewster Building, Newnan,
tcrbiincd in a most delightful itinu-
| nor on tin* spacious veranda, which
was beautifully dccurntcd in pot,
plants and cut flowers. • Punch
was served during the morning
and at the close of the game a dc-
liciotis salad course was served.
'I lie prizes were won by Misses Bcs
sie Powell and Virginia Freeman.
lit ATM Ol MKS. .SEWF.LL.
Wanted I want to buy scrap
iron. E. L. Wultom, Ni wnan,
Hill) lie Is n ’wlioli
Jurors drawn at March term of
I Superior (’ourt tzi serve at Muy tid-
oiniiiodatlng twelve passcu- | journed U.'rm are required to up
pear next Monday morning at, the
opening of August adjourned term
of this court. The Luke Hall case
will come up for trial next Monday
and an interesting session of court
Mrs. J. E. Dent, Jr., com pi'
mettled her guests, Misses Eliza
beth. A nnie and Ghi'islirtc Melson
and Elizabeth Barney with a spe.in’-
tlie day party on Tuesday. Tlicie
were about fourteen invited and
they were entertained in a most
delight.fill wgy and given a straw
ride to cud the g■«"1 time.
TIm* t Im»lifter ol it
"Buslliess men should he careful,”
writes i! eorreHpondiT <H a London
newspaper, "to rend ilicn lyiiewrllten
eniTespoiulem-i before eomirilltlag It
to I lie post. I liiivi •eeeived a typo-
wflit<n b'ttm - from a geatleamn of
• •eniiiiit e.vtraillon who informs me
Mrs. Sewell, whose home was
near Macedonia, died 'this week at,
1 lie home of iter daughter in Gar-
rolltim. Tlte funeral service (con
ducted by licv. J. B. S. Davis)
and burial occurred at Macedonia
\\ ednestlay afteriiooip
Mrs. Sewell was 84 years old, a
mcmbi’f of the Methodist Church,
and a most, estimable Christian
woman. She is survived by
three sons. Messrs. Marion, Milton
and Harvey Sewell, and two
daughters, Mrs. James Sewell, of
Carrollton, and Mrs. Summerlin,
of this exiunty.
cite Ini-m«•< "inisl and
"Wlntl did pupa say?”
"He showed me the door."
“And what did yon say?"
"I said it was cert id lily a very hand-
some door, but not what. I had come
to talk aljonl. Thai Hindi him laugh,
and u minute later you were mine.”
I.ondori is tin most Intense of nil
I'llies. New York is noisier; there Is
more ratlle in I’tiris; la I piu'on alone
yon have that Hiilslned rvi^, that Inde-
Hcrlhr.hle mum or wltleli suggests an
Irresistible volume of life Hint is deep
us well us strong. (JhrlRtlan.
till I he yiuiiig pi
K i by
d baby lull mit<-
in this family and al) have gath-
It was one ot erw j f rom widely separated parts noon at 4:80 o’clock
Mrs. E. O. iieese, Pres.
the prettiest ot the many affairs of the country to Ik; present at this
that have added to the pleasure oi rt *union.
Every matt owes it to
The friends of Captain Cleve
himself land Wilcoxon wiJ] regret exceed -
the younger social set.
Mrs.-W. Y. Atkinson and Mrs. and his family to master a trade or ingly to hear of his serious illness
Ella Leverett, after a delightful profession. Bead the display ad- at his home, 27H Gordon stree *
I ntlrr f!i«* ( l*«
Next time i oil g * to u party watch
Horne of the women as they stand un
der Hir chandelier)). Notice hoiv a light,
shining from atiove brings out unsus
pected lln«.*« and angles in all but die
youngest and freshest faces. It Is a
severe test of beauty.
trip, . returned Saturday from
Plaftsburg, N* Y. Mrs. Atkinson
was accompanied by Miss Miriam
vertisement of the six Morse
West End. < aptain Wilcoxon is
ill with malarial fever and is also
suffering from injuries sustained
Schools of Telegraphy in this is
sue, and learn how easily a young
Atkinson, wl£) has been' attending man or lady may learn telegraphy during his service in the Philij
school in New York. j and be assured a position. A4-4m ; pines.—Atlanta Journal.
Ddwii mmd Up.
“Wot did yer tell de Judge?”
"Dst everybody wnz tryln’ to keep
“An’ whnt did be dor
“Bent me np.”— Ercbange.
Ikixc- to meet '<.t h*-r home next
Montlav afternoon, Aug. 7th, from
live to six o'clock, i->i ptll’JIOSC
of opening the boxes. All the
young people intere-.b-d are invited
to come, whether holding boxes or
County »'ommisNiotters trans
acted no business of umisu.il im-
portanee at their Wednesday in(>et.-
ing. A proposition was ma<le to
the city to lease a calaboose site on
jail lot for a jieriod of twenty years
at an annual rental of $C>0. Next
meeting of Commissioners will be
held on Sept. 2, instead of first
i Wednesday, to prevent confiicting
with Superior Court.
1!' your vision isn't perfect,
tIi<T'-'h h defocl in votir eye
sight which can probably
be corrected if yon allow us
to fit your eyes wit h glasses
We help many people j; (
cases ol Lins kind.
We have the largest stock
of lenses ol all- grades und
frames of all patterns to be
1 ouitd in (.'o wet a C, mu t v ;
and our trade is the largest,
which is ti guarantee that
our goods and service goo