In Drua Sundries
This drug store no longer confines its activities to the sale of powders and
pills, but you will find here better grades of many kinds of needed merchandise,
things useful in the toilet of men and women, articles of utility, of comfort, and
decorative goods in abundance. A visit to our store as a sightseeing expedition
will be worth your while, and we invite such visits. ’'
Pipes of all Kinds
French Brinr Pipps with solid
Amber stems, from 75c to #2.50
each. French Briar is the one
perfect pipe material. Pipes made from this
wood are handsome, give t he sweetest smoke
and continue sweet. Cheaper
pipes 10c, 25c, 50c. The cele
brated Maxim pipes 25c and
50c. Meerschaum pipes incases, from#5 to #0.
Wrist Bags in the newest and pret-
a tiest styles and leathers, from 75c
upward. Ladies’ hand
purses, 25c, 50c, 75c, #1.
Men’s folding pocket, books, 25c, 85c,
50c. #1. Coin purses, 10c and 25c.
Card cases, bill books, railroad pass
books, long bill books. Pocket me
morandums of nil kinds, sizes and prices.
Rex Syringes, $1.00
“Rex” Syringes are good, de
pendable instruments, made of
'the best slate colored rubber,
with real hard rubber fittings
Every “Rex” syringe comes di
rect from factory to our store
and reaches you fresh, full of
elasticity and ready for long
use. Old rubber goods are bound to crack, and
the cause of much dissatisfaction is found in
the stale condition of the goods when purchas
ed. The secret of “Rex” success is direct buy
ing, good material and prompt selling. \\ e
have just placed our second large^ order with
the factory for this season. “Rex”
fresh. 2 quart size, #1.
Fancy Gift China
Miss Maud McKoy, of Welcome, is
visiting M rs. T. L. Camp.
Miss Etta Conkle spent Sunday and
Monday in Atlanta.
Miss aIiiir Salbide has returned from
Miss Alioe Askew, of Cnseta, Ala., is
visiting Mrs. J. R. Brown.
Mrs. W. R. Rhodes has returned to
Newnan for n few weeks stay.
Mrs. A. E. Caldwell is visiting Mrs.
Abner Calhoun in Atlnnta.
Miss Jessie Bohannon will spend Fri
day and Saturday in Atlnntn.
Miss Annie Sue Hardaway spent this
week with Mrs. D. W. Boone.
Hundreds of. pieces of
tine fancy China, suita
ble for gift purposes, are
in our stock. These are
of the best quality, are
beautifully decor a t. e d,
and each individual
piece was selected for its peculiar beauty of de
sign and decoration. These goods must be seen
to be appreciated. If you have a gift of any
kind to buy it will lie time well spent to exam
ine our display.
High grade razors
#1.75, #2, #2.50 to
#5. Complete stock | )ew razor strops, 25c, 50c
75o, #1^ Lather Hi'iishes, all grades, 10c, 25c,
50c, 75c and #1 each. Hhaving soaps, 10c, 20c,
25c. Mugs, 25c, Hfic, 50c, 75c and #1. Witch
Hazel, 25c for half pint. Bay
Ram, 10c, 25c, 85c. Skin lo
tions, 25c. All of our shav
ing supplies are of the high
est grade. No other kind should he used, for
they result, in disappointment and discomfort.
Our stock of Holman and
International Bibles com
prises an excellent selection
in sizes, with clear type, ref
erences, commentaries and
helps. Well hound in limp
leather; the better grades
silk-sewed; and all representing unusual values.
Let us show you these Bibles. Prices from #1,
for smallest, to #2.50 for extra large size. Tes
taments, 25c, 85c, 50c.
HOLT and CATES. *-
Mrs. J. O. Anderson is visiting rein
tives in Atlnntn
Miss Emmie Terry Suend is expected
home Saturday to spend n few days.
Mrs. Michnel Powell is visiting rela
tives in Atlnnta.
A large percentage of Ne.wuan's popu
lation'tins been in Atlanta this week,
“taking in," and beiug taken in, by the
State Fair. „ •
tttft Health Was Wrecked,
Pe-ra-na Gave New Life,
Lnrge number of Coweta oounty peo
ple have visited Atlauta this week, be
ing drawn thereby the Stipe Fair and
special railroad fare rates.
Mr*. C. D. Hollis and Mrs. R. «T. Bar
nett left Monday morning for Amerious,
to attend the State Convention of the
W. C. T. U.
Major Geo. T. Butler, of Augusta,
gave three capital nnd suggestively help
ful addresses at the Presbyterian nnd
Methodist churches last Sabbath.
Mrs. B. T. Thompson
friends in Atlnntn.
Mrs. D. S. Muse, of Woodbury, Is the
guest of Hon. nnd Mrs. W. G. Post.
Mrs. A. D. Freeman is visiting friends
nnd relatives in Atlnnta.
Mrs. Irving Walker is visiting Mr.and
Mrs. Geo. Ware, in Atlanta,
Mrs. J. E. Dent is visiting relatives in
Mrs. W. S. Dent returned Wednesday
| Local News ol Newnan
Miss Imogene Simms returned from
Madison, Ga., Saturday.
Miss Elizabeth Gray spent Saturday
Mrs. Edward Platt spent Tuesday in
Cotton seed hulls and meal delivered.
See V. E. Manget, Jr. 27-4
Misses Claudia and Lula Barr spent
Satniday in Atlanta.
came up from
Miss Marilu Peavy
Misses Katie Arnall and Bessie Pow
ell are visiting friends in Atlanta.
Miss Edna Nall will spend Saturday
and Sunday in Oakland City.
I am still engaged in
writing life and fire in
surance, especially the
latter, and still repre
sent the well known
and reliable compa
nies represented in the
past. All standard life
and fire policies are
written; and all busi-
Mrs. Heidonberg was among the New-
nan visitors in Atlanta last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ramey and daugh
ter. Mary, spent Tuesday in Atlanta.
Hon. W. A. Post was up from Grant-
ville last Monday.
T. L. Camp was in Atlanta last Mon
Xvlr. G. O. Soroggin visited Atlauta
My. and Mrs. W. C. Sneed visited At
lanta last Monday.
Money to loan on real estate at 7 per
oent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
Subscriptions for Youths Companion
received at News office. tf
Don’t forget to pay your city taxes
J. M. Etheridge and Park Newton, of
Jackson, were in Newnan last Sunday.
John Mitchell spent a couple of days
in Atlanta this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W, O. Wright and fam
ily visited in Atlanta this week.
Attorney R. U. Mooty.of Hogausville,
came up Monday to attend City Court.
Mrs F. S. JJoftin and Miss Connie
spent Friday in Atlanta.
Subscriptions for all newspapers and
magazines received at News office, tf
City taxes are due, and are payable at
the city clerk’s office.
Dr. R. E. Foster, the popular Sharps-
burg physician, was in town Monday.
Mrs. R. J. Lee, of Atlauta, is the
guest of Capt. J. H. Russell and family.
Mrs. R. J. Barnett and Mrs. C. D.
Hollis are attending the W. C. T. U.
sessions at Americas.
Miss Ruth Cole, who is attending
Shorter College at Rome, spent Satur
day and Sunday with her parents.
Rev. F. J. Amis, of Welcome, was
shaking hands with friends on the
streets here Tuesday.
Paul and Sam Eastin,of Atlanta, were
the guests of Mrs. S. L. Faver and fam
ily last Sunday.
The New Tasteless Castor Oil, pure,
absolutely tasteless. Directions on bot
tle. 25c nt Reese’s Drug Store.
Mrs. Rosebud Simril has returned
from a visit to Atlanta.
Mr. T. J. Wilkinson, who has been
traveling for some time, is now with H.
C. Glover & Co.
Mrs. Mary Ham, of Jackson, Ga., is
visiting her son, Rev. V. A. Ham.
Miss Emmie Smith has returned to
Palmetto, after a visit to Miss Kate
Miss Ethel Brown left for Columbia,
S. C., Tuesday, where she visits rela
The Salmagundi Club meets next
I Thursday afternoon at H: 110 o’olook at
i the home of Miss Ina Kirby.
j Miss Elizabeth Hill is in Atlanta and
will spend the winter with Mrs. Arnold
Mrs. Albert Pendergrnst , of Jesnp, is
visiting the family of Prof, and Mrs. J
; E. Pemlergmst.
I Mrs. W. A. Daniel, of Thomaston,
; spent Sunday with her parents, Prof,
and Mrs. J. E. Pendorgrast.
I Mrs. John T. Roberts, of Opelika, is
' expected to he the guest of Mrs. W. G.
I \rnold next week.
Miss Prather, who was the guest of
Mrs. D. S. Summers, returned to Ho-
gansville last Wednesday.
Work hns been commenoed on Mr.
W. P. Nimmons’ residenoo, in south
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Askew, of At
lanta, are the parents of a daughter—
the young lady having arrived in their
home a few days ago.
The office hours of the Western
Union Telegraph Company are from 8
tn. to 8 p. m., witli one hour for din
ner nnd one hour for supper.
Do you want to subscribe for any
nows]mpcr or magazine published ill
the United States? If so, your sub
scription will lie received nt the News
Next Sabbath at the Presbyterian
Church in the absence of the pastor, the
Rev. F. G. Hughes will prenolt at 11, a.
Offering for the American Bible I
Bowman’s Mngnetio Liniment cures
rheumatism, cuts, sprains, wounds,
bruises, stiff joints, toothache and lame
hacks. Price 25o' and fi()o pur bottle nt
Reese’s Drug Store.
Rev. O. d’N. Martimlnle speaks sev
eral times at the First District Sunday
School Convention to ho held at Thomas-
ville today, Saturday and Sunday, rep-
-resenting the State Sunday School As
S. W. Allen and family are residing
ill the house vacated by R.A. Wikle and
family. Mr. Allen is the city’s eleotri-
oinn. Ili- family consists of his mother
and sistor, who removed to Newnan
Lost Wednesday, in this city, Judge
R. W. Freeman heard motion for new
trial in the Luke Hull case. Judge
Freeman refused to grunt a new trial,
audit is supposed the case will he up-
pealod to Supremo Court.
Bowman’s Carbolated Family Salvi
cures cuts, burns, ulcers, old sores; piles,
ring worms, tetter, eczema, and all skin
diseases, also for vaccinated nrms and
smallpox. Price *25o per box at Reese
Tlu; Woman’s Missionary and Aid
Society liml a called meeting last Mon
day afternoon for the purpose of getting
winter clothing ready for our little girl
and hoy, Wayne and Eunice Lambert,
at Hapevllle orphan home. Arrange
ments were made and the clothing will
soon bo ready. S,
Mrs. J. W. Wilooxou has just com
pleted a very handsome pieoe of drawn
HON. JOHN TIGHE.
Assemblyman Tlghe’s letter should
be read by every brain worker leading
a strenuous life.
Hon. John Tlghe, No. 08 Remsen St.,
Cohoes, N. Y., Member of Assembly
from the Fourth dtstriet, Alhonyeouuty,
N. Y., writes ns follows:
“ Poruna has my hearty Indorsement
as a restorative tonic of superior merit.
Al times when 1 have been completely
broken down from excess of work, so
that my faculties seemed actually at a
standstill, Pcrunnhns acted as a healing
restorer, starting the machinery of tnlnd
and body afresh with new life and
“ 1 recommend It to a man tired In
mind and body as a tonic superior to
anything I know of and well worthy
serious consideration.”—.1. Tlglio.
Excess of work so common In our
country causes Impaired nerves, lending
to catarrh and caturrhnl nervousness—
a disease that is responsible for half of
all nervous troubles.
Peruna cures this trouble because it
cures catarrh wherever located.
If you do not derive prompt and sat.le*
factory results from the use of Porunn,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and be will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Hanitarium,Columbus,O.
work which will ho drawn for Monday
Mrs. Myra Jackson, of Atlanta, spent j afternoon at !l o’clock in Bradley’s drug
Ralph Bingham will lecture in tile
Newnan Auditorium on Tuesday even
ing, Oct. aist. Bingham needs no in
troduction to tin- people of tills (lily He
has hundreds of enthusiastic admirers
here. No doubt he will be greeted by a
peeked house on the occasion of his next
A party of Newnan gentlemen was in
Atlanta Wednesday night to attend u
meeting of Shrincrs. The party was
composed of Messrs. I,. A. Perdue, .1. L.
Brown, W. H. Copeland, .hie O. Arnall,
Jack Powell, Rawson Dent, T, B. Man-
gum, P. T. McOptohan, Tom Cole, E(l
Cole, H. C. Fisher and Rev. .1. It. King.
Among those taking degrees were Rev.
Mr. King, and Congressman W. O.
Adamson of Carrollton.
Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. j store. All persons holding tickets arc
W. B. Orr. | requested to he present. This pieoe of
Dr. J. A. Carlton, the popular Pal-j wo, 'k exquisitely done and is a lunch
metto dentist, was a visitor to Newnan ° loth * ll)0nfc tw,)
Mrs. M. C. Dent, who reoently tjamo
Mr. W. B. Orr was given a surprisi
party last Saturday. The occasion was
Don’t wait until the last day to settle
your city taxes. Pay up early and get
the matter off your mind.
W. H. Daniel, Esq., was in Atlanta
the first of this week, attending to busi
ness in the Supreme Court.
to Newnan from New York City, will | acolebration of his birthday anniversary
return to that city at an early date.
Miss Mary Murray will spend Thurs
day and Friday in Oxford, with her
brother, Minor,who is attending Emory.
Dr. Reese’s Cholera Infantum and
Mr. J. T. Carpenter and family re
moved to Newnan last weet from their
Teething Powders for teething children. conutly home, and are pleasantly lo-
Price 25c per box at Reese’s Drug Store, ! oatetl iu the residence purchased from
Dr. Anderson Dentist, Halbide j Leverette.
Building. tf Percy Wiggle, for several months
past foreman of the News printing office,
,1. I. Holmes, Heal Instate and |, a8 gone to Columbus to accept the po-
Kenting Agent. Office over hirst H qi 0 n of foreman in the office of the
The invited guests at this enjoyable af
fair were Dr. and Mrs. Nunnally, Prof,
and Mrs. Nunnally, Dr. and Mrs. T. B.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. E. Jt. Barrett, Mrs.
Weems and Mrs. Myra Jackson, of At
Home women count their jars of
canned fruit like a miser counts
his gold pieces.
The registration ismks are now
open at the Council Chamber for
election to l*e held Dee. 2, 11105,
for a mayor, four aldermen and
four mem I sirs of the Board of
Education. E. 1>. House,
4t City Clerk.
Young man between Hi and 25
years to do copying. Must write
good hand and swift. Answer iu
own handwriting care News.
Invitations have been issued to the
Mrs. D. L. Adams, of West Point, is
| expected soon to be the guest of Mrs. P.
entrusted to me | F. Cuttino.
...:ii Iwp nroumt Miss Annie Pearl Johnson, of Hogans-
will receive pru K , ‘'! vlUe Bpeut gftturaiff aI1(1 Sn „ day w uh
and efficient attention. Miss Mania Pe«v y .
, . , /-w-M-Jck ref Miss Nettie Orr entertained a few
1 thank the people OT f r j en( 3 fi very delightfully at a chafing-
Newnan and Coweta j party Monday evening.
I Bowman’s Headache Tablets cure all
county for past patron ” I kinds of headache and neuralgia, ,10c
i i- -a- per box at Reese’s Drug Store.
age and solicit a share . , f
& . Lvnch Turner, the popular clerk of
of their business in the the Ooweta courts, was among the New-
nanites in Atlanta last Saturday.
future. Mrs. S. C. Bowen and daughter, Miss
. Mattie, of Cedar Creek District, were
■IftA 111 xs ATI/ Ifticnu with relatives in the city Monday and
MnS.W. I. A I MllOUn Tuesday
The display of new kings
at this store is dazzli ->g* ar
tistic. Plain gold and signet
rings are here in splendid ar
ray, and the latest and most
exquisite workmanship is ev
ident in the large display of
set rings. 'There is, also, the
widest range of prices.
We are showing some beau
tiful designs in solid and fill
ed watch cases in all sizes.
They are the kind desired by
purchasers of high grade
watches, tint are priced so as
to be within the reach of peo
ple of moderate means.
Like everything else we
sell, the value of these goods
is known to us, and they are
priced at only what they are
H. S. Banta.
marriage of Mr. Tom .J. Fisher and
Miss Oorille Hardaway. The wedding
to occur at five o’clock, Nov. 1st, at the
home of the bride’s mother.
Dr. C. N. Donaldson, of Virginia, will
preach at First Buptist Church Hunday
morning. He # is aii able and eloquent
expounder of the Word of God. People
who fail to be present will Ioho a great
Tile sidewalk has been put down on
Bay Street iu front of buildings occupi
ed by Potts & Parks and Glenn O. Car
michael. The sidewalk in front of Wil-
coxon building is also being paved with
L. J. Davies, formerly of Newnan, is
the champion roller skate artist of At
lanta. He lias defeated all the local fly
ers and is winning a reputation that
promises td become international in its
Major nnd Mrs. W. A. Turner, Miss
Rowenu Turner, Miss Neila Lou Wal
ton, Messrs 1. N. Orr, Cliff Glover and
Tom Fisher jvftended the Turner Dow
dell wedding Wednesday night in Ope
Rev. H. B. Price, Presbyterian Mis
sionary at Kobe, Japan, will speak at
tbe Presbyterian Church on the night of
Tuesday, Oct. Z4th. He is a choice
si - ;.kt r. i n I a larve c ow ! is looked for.
Satisfaction flows from the point of the Waterman
Fountain Pen. Jt writes as smoothly as a pencil,
carries ink sufficient for 5,000 words; never leaking or
flooding. Jt is always ready to portray your thoughts
on paper. It is a good and ’trusty companion, always.
Price $2.00 to $4.00.
C. R. Bradley,
East Side Public Square,
Newnan, - - - Georgia.