A "Tent many carvers are made
and sold for ornaments, and >vlien
you want your turkey carved it has
to bo done with the kitchen knife.
Our Keen Kutter carvers are made
to cut. They will be an ornament
to your table and their cutting*
qualities are guaranteed.
Besides carvers, we carry Keen
Kutter butcher knives, food chop
pers, scissors, sheep shears, hatch
ets, hand saws and drawing knives.
Every tool branded “Keen Kutter”
is fully warranted, and if their qual
ity is not satisfactory we will ex
change them or give your money
Newnan Hardware Co.
at the store of
Stewart & Parks
Newnan's Post will lx* one of
the lay pillars of the next General
Conference. Col.W. G. Post was
honored by election on the first
ballot to this responsible position.
Conference has come and gone,
and yet a few chickens remain in
the coops and poultry yards of
Newnan. This indicates that the
poultry resources of Coweta county
are almost limitless.
One of the lay delegates to < on-
ferenee was Editor .John F. Shan
non of tlio Commerce News. He
is an able and popular inemlier of
the,journalistic fraternity as well
as a good Methodist.
To the regret of his own people
and hundreds of others in the city
Rev. J. R. King was removed from
Newnan. All rejoice, however, in
the fact that he w as advanced to
the position of Presiding Elder of
the Gainesville District.
Last week the News presented
its readers a picture of Rev. Dab- i
ney Jones, who delivered the first
sermon in Newnan in i827. Mrs.
Eugene Askew,of this city, is a
great grand-daughter of this pio
Hon. J. T. Duncan, of Doug-
lasvillc, elected a delegate to the
General Conference, formerly rep
resented this District in the State
Senate. He is a merchant and
hanker and has been honored be-
fore by Itcing elected us a dele
gate to General Conferance.
To Jesse M. Havis, in whose
charge is the press dispatch work
of the Western Union oflice, all
credit is due for the promptness
and accuracy with which all the
matter pertaining to the Con
ference was handled last week for
the daily newspapers of Atlanta.
Presiding Elders of the eleven
districts were all returned to their
work, except two whose terms of
service expired by limitation.
These where Rev. J. W. QuHliau
of Ellmj'ton District, who succeeds
Rev. J. it. King as pastor in New-
nan, and Rev. W. L. Pierce of
Gainesville District, who goes to
Walker Street Church, Atlanta.
Mrs. W. F. Robison, widow of
the late Rev. W. F. Robison, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Atkinson during Conference.
Mrs. Robison is one of the
cultured Christian women
State. She is a daughter
Some of the special articles to be found in our big stock
of general merchandise are mentioned below. In buy
ing any of these goods you’ll get exactly wluvt is adver
tised, and something satisfactory both in quality
During the past ten months of
this year our sales on Buggies
and Wagons have been splendid.
During November and December
we want to sell even more. We
will make special close cash pric
es or a close time price. Come
and let’s trade now on vehicles
P. S.—Our trade on
and Gold Coin Flour
BRADLEY & BANKS.
T. Swint, 381; W. J. Murphy,
37<>; W. W. Spence, 3<>4; W. A.
Alderman Goodrnm was re
elected; Alderman Steed was de
feated. Messrs. Swint, Murphy
and Spence will be the new mem-
most ; bers of the Hoard.
of the! For members of the School
of the!Board 479 votes were cast. S. W.
Home grown Seed Oats and Tennessee
Seed Wheat are not to be found in every
Farmers, examine those grains.
We have ('uban molasses in puncheons. This is genuine
Cuban molasses. Biscuits to accompany the molasses
should be made of our high grade Hour. We have sev
eral brands. Ask for our prices on Hour. They are
We are especially proud of our allowing of shoes. We
are prepared to shoe entire families with the products of
the leading factories. Stock is complete in all sizes, in
cluding extra large sizes for men.
late Prof. George W. W. Stone,
the distinguished teacher of Emory
Perhaps the people do not sing
the old fashioned hymns with the
fervor and spirit that characterized
the singing of our fathers and
grandfathers, but no such charge
can lie preferred against the
preachers of the North Georgia
Conference. They sing the old
songs with spirit and understand
ing. The singing was one of the
most impressive features of the
Newnan owns as a citizen the
oldest man and oldest minister in
the North Georgia Conference.
This gentleman is our beloved fel
low citizen. Rev. W. J. Cotter.
' Mr. Cotter is 82 years of age. He
i was licensed to preach on Nov. Hi,
| 1844. He attended his first an
nual conference at Eatonton in 18-
I 45. Bishop Joshua Soule, one of
i the greatest Methodist preachers
! of the last century, presided over
that conference. It was held be
fore the Methodist denomination
split into Northern and Southern
branches. Mr. Cotter was active
Murray, J. J. Goodrnm and G. B. 1
Barr were re-elected. W. C. Me- j
Bride succeeds L. M. Farmer on
The primary passed without a
disturbing incident. It was prob
ably the most quiet election ever
held in Newnan. The regular
election occurs tomorrow.
In view of the close contest be
tween niraself and Mayor Burdett,
Col. Farmer asked the City Execu
tive Committee for a re-count of
the vote; his plea being that Col.
Burdett’s majority was so small
the count ought to be verified. The
Committee refused to have the
ballots counted again. Col. Farm
er refused to contest the result and
the matter was dropped. The
gentlemen in charge of the pri
mary assert that the count was
absolutely correct and that no er
rors were made.
in the ministry for 53 years.
1897 he was superanuated.
has never missed a roll-call at
annual conference, from
City Executive Committee Announces Results.
It appearing from the returns of
; the managers appointed to hold
I and conduct a primary election in
j the city of Newnan on Nov. 25,
1 1905, for the nomination of a
mayor, four alderman, and four
jj e , members of the school hoard, that
See the big line of sample suspenders, going at whole
sale cost prices.
Results of Primary.
STEWART & PARKS,
In the municipal primary last
Saturday Mayor A. It. Burdett
was nominated over Hon. L. M.
Farmer by a majority of 5 votes.
Of tlie 535 white voters register
ed, 483 voted in the primary.
Burdett received 240 and Farmer
For aldermen the vote was as
follows: T. M. Goodrum, 433; J.
A. R. Burdett received the highest
1845 to j number of votes cast for mayor;
■T. M. Goodrum, J. T. Swint, W.
J. Murphy, and W. W. Spence,
the highest number of votes for al
derman; and S. W. Murry, J. J.
Goodrum, G. B. Barr, and W. C. j
McBride, the higheat number of j
votes for the school board;
Therefore, be it resolved, that
said above named persons be, and
they are hereby, declared the
nominees of said primary election
for the respective offices named.
This Nov. 27, 1905.
W. C. Weight, Chin.
T. F. Rawls, Secty.
. Fine Clothes Mahers
Men’s Sack Suits, single and double breasted; Men’s
Overcoats, long and medium—styles of latest design. Buy
the style most becoming to you, in as good quality as your
means afford. We carry them in all prices.
8UIT8, S5.00, $8.00, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 to $25.00
OVERCOATS, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and $18.00
You can’t go wrong here, no matter what style you
select or what price you pay. We guarantee satisfaction
and a fit or your money back.
Our suits and overcoats are built to look well, fit well
and wear well. Come in and try them on and notice their
fit, makeup and shape. Have a full line of Wright’s un
derwear for men; also a variety ol ladies’ vests and pants.
Barnett, St. John