To Ginners and
We have added to our stock
of General Hardware a line of
mill supplies, pipe fittings,
etc. We can furnish you from
stock U. S. Automatic Inject
ors, Steam Gauges, Gauge
Glasses, Sight feed Lubrica
tors, Glass Oil Cups and Brass
Our line of malleable pipe
fittings includes Nipples,,
Sleeves, Couplings, T’s and
L’s from 3-8 to 2 in.
Globe Valves, Angle Valves
and Check Valves in Jenkins
and Standard make from 3-8
to 2 in.
Lace Leather, Sheet and
Rubber Center Packing cut
to any size wanted.
Give us a chance at your
, , I ,
Newnan Hardware Co.
Went Point and Lanett will
lioth Ik* dry town* next year; U>th
having refused to license saloons (
after the first of next January.
We Can Furnish
Unless 8yd Tapp gets busy at
lonceand skins Hoke Smith on a
reasonable nuiulter of Georgia
! stumps, the News will refuse to
longer give him its support a* a
Newspapers receiving this mini
Iter of the News with this para
graph marked will understand
thereby that the News wishes to
| exchange with them. Place the
News on your mailing list and
the News will respond in like
Pity ,< 'ounoil of West Point rais
ed the tax rate this year #<>.!)() per
#1,000. •Therefore, West Pointers
will pay city tax at the rate of
♦ 14.50 per ♦1,000; and this, in face
of the ♦act, that West Point licenses
five saloons, from which the city
receives annually ♦0,250.
We are showing the most attractive stock of new fall
goods to Ik- seen in the city. Never so complete in every
detoil as now. The early shopper is reaping the benefits
of the best efforts of our buyer, who, on account ot our
growing business, found it necessary to make the second
trip to market this season.
Home of the News’ Georgia con
temporaries are still printing the
Morse School of Telegraphy ad
vertising. Doh’t do it, boys! Let
us get together on matters of this
nature and kill all fake advertis
ing. Onpspace is worth ,gurney.
If we desire to give it away, lpt us
give it to local advertisers, not, to
rascally fakirs and grafters abroad.
At an early date the News w ill
have something to say in reference
to extending the city limits of
i New nan. The crowded condition
of the News’ columns during the
past few weeks has necessitated
the omission of most of our edito
rial matter. -This fact is respon
sible for the News being unable to
handle this subject editorially dur
ing the past few weeks.
the heaviest bagging that
is made. No 3-lb. bag
ging is manufactured this
season, but we found a
good lot of 2 3-4 lb. sugar
1,000 Bundles oi New
BRADLEY & BANKS.
Tur showing of silk waist patterns is especially at
tractive, plaids, two-toned glaee taffetas, ehittou taffetas,
ete., all reasonably priced, ♦.'4.50 to ♦0.00 jk*i' pattern, and
no l*n alike.
Some new 11111111x0* in 'embroidered mercerized waist-
lugs at ♦2.25 per pattern in all the leading colorn.
Many pretty patterns and colors in outings, piques,
amt flannellettes for kimouaa, w rappers, night rolies, ete.
French gingham, the ideal fabric for school dresses
(warranted fast colors) in an endless variety ot tyles and
patterns, priced at 12 l 2c.
"Kensington” and “Spring Lake” cheviot, the
material to l*e had for Ih>\s’ waists, fast colors, 10c.
\ profusion of pretty percales in styles suitable tor
school dress**, waists, wrappers, etc., at tie, so, lOc and
12 1 2o per yard,
Isn’t this an opportune time to
inquire if 8yd Tapp expects to
keep that promise he made a lew-
weeks ago. 8yd said he would
skin Hoke Smith on every stump
iu Georgia, if that gentleman be
came a candidate for governor.
Up to the hour the News went to
press, 8yd hudn’t evfen liegiin to
fulfil) that promise. Probably
8yd has decided that Smith is too
big to lie easily skinned.
Miss Ola Mobley, who has been
confined to her room so long, is
able to lie out again.
Mr. ami Mrs. Charley Turner
went to Palmetto last Saturday.
Mrs. Damron is visiting at.
White Hall, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Dink Nickleson
went to Carrollton last Saturday
and will remain there for some
time. Dink has gone to work up
Our house-to-house meeting was
conducted last Sunday afternoon
Ready With a Magnificent
Stock of New Fall Goods **
Ready Made Skirts.
Two handsome styles tor ♦5.00 and ♦, ,:>0 selling,
serge, cheviot and broadcloth, all leading colors, will ap
peal to those who appreciate real values.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hendrix are
very much pleased over a little
boy who came into their family
one day last week.
Mrs. George Argro was very siek
the early part of the week.
Miss Pearl Weir has been real
siek for several days.
Mi*. Lucy Ann Barentine spent
last week with her daughter, Mrs.
J. J. Hendrix.
Little Joe Freeman, who has had
two relapses of typhoid fever, is
Mi*. Jiulsou 8011th, of Atlanta,
'cable down last Saturday and
1 spent a couple of days with her
mother, ill*. Nancy Owens.
Little Orrie Smith, who has
lieen suffering for a long time with
something like rheumatism, hud to
, have a lame taken out of her left
j lower limb. She was doing very
' well when last heard from.
Hugh Parker, 4vho has lieeii con-
We take pleasure
in announcing to
you the arrival of
our fall goods. Our
by Harry Briggs, of Atlanta, and j aSSOrtllieilt is large
met at Mrs. J. B. Goins, Sr.’s. |
Our new Methodist church is and ClllbraCeS all
aliout ready for use and we are
very proud of it.
Under the tutorship of Mrs. Jen
nie Nimmons, our school is on a
boom. We are very glad and hope
she may have a full school during
the whole term, as she is a fine
the novelties of the
season in Suits,
coats, Dry Goods,
Notions, Knit Un-
Bro. Foster came and preached j
for us Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 fler Wear, hatS. CapS,
n. His sermon was very strik- j 1 ^ •
His text was taken from j shoes, etc. Our success during past
seasons has inspired us with the leeling
that we have
C. L. A. D. Society.
The little girls of the G. L. A.
D Brigade of the Firet Baptist
Church have formed themselves
into a choir. Our girls are tal
ented, well behaved and have
splendid voices. They are all j
regular Sunday school attendants; VertlSdUent,
and with such a man as Hon. L.j
M. Farmer for Superintendent, we j
shall expect great thiugs of them.
Our boys are not taking much in
terest in music, but we hope it j bought and prices throughout every
will not lie long till they will fall
Pleased our Customers
and as our customers are our “best ad-
we simply say to you,
come in and look the line over. Our
stocks are all splendidly selected, well
fined to his bed lor the past two j nto line. Dr. G. A. Nunn ally, line are remarkably low. Never be-
w eeks, has gotten able to go to their beloved pastor,is an advocate j.
work. Mi*. Parker is some bet- of music and impresses them so ! J - v/x ^ )iU ' V/ ‘’“”‘‘
ter. but is still quite quite treble, forcibly each Sunday morning fo e0I | Cratll01*6(1 t)V any COllCeril US W6
\\ e are glad to set* John Garner with the importance ol having . ® *' ™
able to be out again, after a long good music; so boys fall into line are Sh()\villg this SeaSOn.
struggle with typhoid lever. right away. Not because it is [ . . /'t 11
Mr. and Mi*. Henry Turnerj simply a duty, hut a privilege, j VltatlOU to you—Gall.
went to LaGrauge last Saturday to I also. S. j
i visit the former’s mother. ■
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Wood and Fresh line of Powell’s tine can-
children are spending this week dies just received at Reese's Drug
with relatives at White Hall. Ga. Store.
tore have such large and varied stocks
Barnett, St. John & Co.