NUNNALLY & BARRETT
Do You Drink Coffee?
If \<>m do, wo lmvr ;i trout in storo lor sou. And if you nro ono of those who think eofteo does not a*»Tee with
ihrm. a ou have still more reason to he <**hid because of Huker's .Way Process Steel-Cut Granulated Coffee. This
is n ot merely ;i ue\> "blent!” or better mixture—which may not always have the power to please—nor some new
vju ietN. diHerent from, and |>erh;i|»s more delicious than, all others.
T his improvement, suggested by methods employed in the modern flour mills, when adapted to coffee granulation, is of even
neater importance because it removes the portion which not only does no good to the coffee, but detracts from its flavor and health
ful^., I'his may safely be considered the most radical improvement in the art of coffee-making since coffee became the world's
bovcr.r o and the only wonder is that a process was not evolved long ago for the removal of chaff and objectionable matter which by
the old process is ground up and enters into the infusion, tending to destroy the best coffee flavor and injure it as a wholesome drink.
Like many other great improvements this new idea now seems very simple.
One time there was a popular prejudice against factory roasted coffees. This has been dispelled by their superior excellence. In
the same way the public is learning to appreciate the merits of Baker’s New Process Steel-Cut Granulated Coffee.
Possessing the advantages of a perfectly uniform, fine granulation, freedom from chaff and every trace of foreign flavor, yield
ing quickly and uniformly all its strength and aroma, it settles like tine, clean sand at the bottom of the coffee pot. Such a coffee ap
peals to the common sense and taste of every thinking housekeeper.
The lover ot good coffee finds here a richness of flavor never found in coffee ground in the ordinary way, at any price. Those
who have been obliged to forego the pleasure of using coffee for reasons of health will rejoice that they can drink this coffee without
injury to the most delicate digestion.
Every first-class grocer, who considers the interest of his patrons, sells the best thing in coffee—
Barrington Hall” Steel-Cut Coffee.
If he refuses to do so, you may feel sure that he is afraid to put some other inferior coffee, upon which he makes a larger profit, into
comparison. "Barrington Hall" coffee is sold only by one firm in Newnan. Itis the only steel-cut coffee. No other is "just as good.”
We have; oil hand a low sacks of cotton seed meal and cotton seed hulls. For Saturday and Monday we will
sell I lie meal at SI. 1* per sack and tin* hulls at 4*> cents per sack.
Tins wntiT, luvompnnii’d li\ .1 I
Motile hi t en >lnl lie is iii es] it mill 111 < 1
I I'toil III I lie I'll)t•'11 >1 IHi ( lll/t'l l< lit N v
1,011 lii i| Friday. Tlu> exi'ii isrs cuimisi
I .1 III t'rl'lt III loll-. -llllg* null spi't'olll .- , :iU
ill w It irli \u re * 'I till' highest order. The
hi fjci'ln ■ o< \Y T I li'iihtri', of S’
m l lieu Mi IliMiii, (’ S. (' ol l«'iiy, tt
County, mid (lie reellitlion of Miss
Georgia Arniill, deserve Hpi't 1 (! mention
lion I lurvio .1 < III I till mule II vei> title
mill less on tl of. ”ii situation la tie lit
Che Blok ol ;;tv Un W
I 1 ' Moore mi l Mi - l* I! Vltn viicd. im
both iiiui'li iinfKH 1 -I
Mitts Othello M ■ Snntl ot Hetl.le
belli, is s| M inline .,,[0 time with bet
e, 111 sitis, Miss Ko .1 11 an l Olaru
Miss Ko/ ' ': 1 ' Atlat :a t- < v
jii'Oted loiiioi.o\s to spend seVM'ill dais
villi her parent Mi uu-1 Mis W 11
ts.mlli \\ ! \\.1 .-ii111 tutu
Miss Hull I -(.a Mu Ira,
Miss Min v J'l.nil. ot liieonvilk is l!
liilmired go- .• 1 • . - . ■ Me- - Mini
Mr. I .oKa - - To!! ijioo
hiii spent So ot.i las tuptlv In ie.
Jle i etui neo : " M i ul.,1
Mis. 1'eai; Pit ■ - sistei, Mt ■ Inn
Todd, spell I > \si:ii f: tends at Tu
Bill Qkuioii , i day wit!, the
XU lief l ed lit
I'lo many :
Meroer me ,i, light. .1
Mis. Mereei. «- >'.
a tnxpieni visit, i i
ik one ot tti bright. -
ladies xvlio ev. i
M iss Olivia SmitI and
sail w ere hi I e last ,'U!: . a
1’l"Vei lien Roaxvine was d wn this
Wav Monday loot,my; ;i!ter the comb
f oil ot tin road
t’jh Lloyd 'Ll amas and family, ot
tuc h pti/ ',1 t "li
tain. Address .
w ill be a p!eu-.ui
Mrs Maiafu •*
dtltlli'S Sta v . in
Miss Lois L>
U , is the guest >
t*i ot. Kdgm I
!' the owner M r
' l wat retnmi'oe
t attire Of the (
-v (■ vixit.tn'pr Mrs
a nan this w adt
Mr.- S. M Doan
uson and wifi*, ol Lilt
oiy College Will urrivi Puesdltl to h-
the quests ot M’s. Mary Johnson
i Mi-- Bird S nt I as returned (>• ini
i Ashev lllc, N i ’
Mi" Doia fiinit 1 i• visiting hei aunt.
| Mrs. Marry Kill
! Mi liny Smith and M r Croft, of New-
■ nan, x Initial In nd- in Palmetto on last
Tl.e Palm f - W unuii s Club wat. x erv
delightfully entertained i ‘eentlx by
Mis. Kdwnrd D lo
< Miss Kiln Hart )!d ot Outlibert
I a-hi\-n x isiting M - > M D an
1 !t for Dali i • 1 x:i-
Mr-. Bei Itliatt an i her taught. r
Ueiu 1 . who have I visltniK Ml -
l'*x 1 'ft I or Ma Krida y
e of Mrs Jessie
with her \ (sit.
ssie Oollltis \va>
and is esteemed
s\x eetest \ oung
I lots place.
tire unit bon,
i si 1<mI ft ion tin
isiin worshipped at
-! Sum lii)
•u and sou
l*. l>o light-
(he - - diets tetmion tit \ irginia. llunilson,
t et tit tied hnnie last I TiililJ .
'It itnd Mrs. K. It. \Volivet and
eh if I ft - of l ioinles, W et'o t lie
attests ot relatives here Inst Sul ill
da\ and Simdiix.
K I >. Tut urn, ot tieur Piilinetto, j
tms.mi through hero last Simdiix
en mute to Pine l\not.
Mr. and Mr> M. 1L Tliiirmouil
visited rt'latixes in Newnan one
dnv last week.
Mrs. \\ . M. Jackson and little
son, of Palmetto, are spending
several weeks with rehitixes here.
pttite ii ntmii>ei of relatives at
tended tiie funeral of Miss Koxie
Bakei it Hopewell last Monday.
Mis. linker oner icsided in lliis
«otittnuni'-.v and w ns highly os
i teemed by till.
Mi and Mrs M IL I hut tumid.
Misses Zrnobin and Ian ile I'litn
t iiioitd and Mrs. \V. M. Jackson
\ i,'silctl l In- family ol M. W . Sw tin
1 son tti I- tal < 'rock last Siinda x .
,1 cmn Youngblood, of Newnan.
visited relatives here last Sunday .
J. Vi I laities .spetit several days
represent Newnan, 11. Fisher,
|). \V. Boone, \\ . ('. Meltride, T.
S. Parrott and Jack Powell were
added to Die committee.
All members of the Association
and their families, and till persons
joining the Association before Alt-|
gust li-ltli. me invited to partici
pate in llir baibeeni'. Persons do-
siring to,join may give names and
membership fee to any member of
the above named committee.
Hons. II. A. Hall and W. <V
\\ right will address tile people at:
the barbeene: and Hons. Harvie^
Jordan and M. I., ifolinson have
Ih'cii invited to tie present, if un- 1
aide to be present, they will be j
represented by an abb speaker*
Did you come to
see us last week?
FABLE OF THE PANSY.
t. is. tfhtop-
of Atlanta, \
htsf Sat tird i
M. l>. Thu
pieniV at Ny
ioi>oi ts a \ ei \
J. W. Harr
Line <'reek la
A. F. Pari
Mi. and Mrs. SV. r f. BritUiin
and children, <i i oilman, Ala..
Mi. ami Mr.- * < Pnuott and
i daughter, ot 4'arrolltoi*. Mr. and COTTON GROWERS ASSOCIATION
Mrs. John !’ mtt and children.! TO HAVE A BIG BAR3ECt:E
l /imil v of sin That I
I ia tin* riower
A pretty f il hi,' iihout the pansy is
eiirreio anuVng French unit German
j chil lren Tlie Dower h ; - live petals
! anil ii'-" -epals In most pins, espe
cially ef the earlier unit less highly ile-
t veto;it'll varieties, two of the petals are
! plain in color atvl three are gay. The
| two plain petals have a single sepal.
i-( week wi:> relatives near La tw > o: the gay p"ta!s have a sepal
t'.ieh, and the thi/d, which is the lar
gest of all, lias two sepals
The f-ii.te is that, the pansy represents
a family consisting of husband and
wife mat four daughters, two of the
latter being stepchildren of the wife.
XU- plain petals are the stepchildren.
It seemed like everybody else did, but
the Chautauqua is over and all dii* have a
If you examined our vehicles then you
wouldn’t recognize our assortment now—
constantly changing and not a time with
out a shipment en route.
We are showing wonderful wear resist
ers and great style at reasonable prices.
But talk about ail easy rider! There is
nothing on the pike (autos not excepted)
that’ll surpass them for comfort.
(! .! g, . i ,'turiit borne Friday
nei'iin let i - it'll h\ his brother, lireen
V. Martin of Springdale
pa>-ed throiigl he e lu-t \NVdiies
M i -- i i -. ie Dili;c'.t x - Jed rein
11 v.•- it t' - it t' oei. We iiicsdnx.
'j'uIIbjkxosji, mv expeeltd today. In .sjiend ol l'hit t leel . and Mr- \\ iMic
the Miiuuici xv it Ii the tatuily of Mit.i. and ! |\ )M v a:ui lit* daughU'i. of I.ufli
At a meet: :.g of the t'ounlv < 'ot
with only one chair; the two small,
gay pet lau jbters, with a
1 the large, g ? petal
is i.lie wife, with two chairs.
To find tb fi.tlier one must strip
ixv v the pet-iN until tlie stamens and
i pistils are bare They have a fanciful
1 resemblance to an old man, xvlth a
flannel wrap about his neck, liis shoul
ders upraisi I au I his feet in a hath
; tub The story is probably of French
SELECTION OF LIBRARY BOOKS!
Mis W W. Thom i
11 ville. are the .uest.s of tlie fam
ily of F. M. Parrot,t tins wetxk.
Miss Zenohia Thurmond, one of
Palmetto's mosi (harming young
ladies, returned home last Satur
day aftei a ts o w eeks” x isit to her
father’s family .
Mr. and Mis. P. ('. Smith and
little son visited relatives near
fin si nt s of mil lings that have been
- i progress at the Methodist Church
< los d .Sunday night Hex. G orgo Bur
rell, the Pastor, dclivcTed tin sermons
at all Bn si i x ices.
Tlu re xx ill be a reunion of Comixuiy
(”, l'.tih Georgia Higuueut, at tlie liouu' Pidmetto one day last xveek
of Mr. David Tatum, a truve member
o the Company on Angus. 3rd. The lunu , a home l ist Saturday after a
re/imeutal Ahi;, \nnioli was captured , . i ♦
J h „ veil pleasaut visit to relatives at
during the war, aud is non in trie r>os- • 1
eessiou of the State, will l" on exhibi- j Goodes.
tiou; as also the Company flag, now the j Tube LX'ncgau, xx ho attended
t*>ti t!rowers' Association, held j origin, beeai'se the French call tlie
Sday, it was detei > ' ;i -' stepmother.
mined to have a barbecue at Pearl
Spring Park o: August *J4th. A
sunlight nml KyesiicU*.
Sunlight ns distinct from sun heat is
■ , i , of benefit to human eyes. ITiless re-
comihittee was appointed to solicit “ . , whlte c tiflf S or stretches
conti ilmtio: - tor this purpose, eon 0[ - or by otlier means, it does not
sisting of ti e le'lowiug gentlemen: cause any impairment of vision. It is
1 st District, K. L. Hardy: 2nd. ■ the natural ^vision of the sense of
3rd, J. T
A. H. Younj
teY; 4th, J. «
Miss Minnie l.ee Thurmond re- A mall; 6th, J. H. AN ynn; 7th. \N
N. Wingo; (Vdar Creek, T. N. Ry-
ram; Panther Creek, C. T. Sewell;
Hurricane, S. R. Crain; Grautville,
siglit and ts In harmony xvlth the nat-
Catpen- l;n ,i pi-rio-l for xx-ork aud pleasure—
McKov; 5th, H. C. that Is. the day. So soon as xx-e Intro
duce artificial light xx - e deal xvlth that
which needs caution. A dim light in
jures vision because the eye alters its
shape to receive the feeble rays. On
the other hand, a strong artificial light
will produce Inflammation of the eye
T. M. Zellars; Turin, Fred Hunter; aurface and worse.
In order to give everyone a
chance to assist in the choice of
literature purchased by the Car
negie Library, the following ar
rangement will be made: A locked
Irxx with a slit in the top will be
placed at the book room door, with
this notice above it:
NOTICE TO THE I'FFU.IC.
If there is any book or books
you wish the Library lo purchase,
write titles and authors on slip of
paper, sign your name and drop
slip in this box.
Everyone is asked to name any
class of literature—Classical, his
torical, fiction, poetry, etc. The
Rook Committee will go over the
lists monthly, select the books
deemed most desirable and place
them on the book list.
T. S. Childers \ Libel for Divorc, In
vs. .- Coweta Superior Conn,
E. E. Childers ) March Term. IW>.
; To E. E. Childers, defendant in nbov-
[ stated case: You are hereby command-
i i-d to be and appear at the March term
11906, of said Corn t, to be held ou the
j first Monday in March, next, to an-wer
j the plaintiff’s libel for divorce; iu di-
fault thereof the Court will proceed
thereon ns to justice may appertain.
Witness the Hon. R. W Freeman.
Judge of said Court, this Aug. 3, 1905.
L. Turner, Clerk.
I will, on Monday, August 7th. nex
at 13 o’clock, m., on the premises, let 1
the lowest bidder the contract to do ce
tain grading on what is known as tl
“Broxvu Hill,'’ located on the Hotting
worth Ferry road, about one mile we
of Handy; also the contract to build tl
necessary abutments at said place.
Specifications on file with the unde
signed. The right to reject all bids r
served. This Aug. 2nd. 1905.
G. A. Boynton,
County Commissioner, Handy, Ga.