Our stock of elrimi and glass
vases is immense, no other
word gives any idea of the
number and variety shown.
In size tliej T vary from tiny
“Teplitz” vases 5 inches high
to very tall shapes standing
24 inches. Hundreds of
vases are shown, and all are
suitable for Wedding and
Christmas gifts. Prices are
from 15c, 25c, 85c for the
cheapest up to 2.50, 5.00 and
10.00 each for the most ex
pensive, with a liberal sprin
kling of medium sorts in
Artistic China in Hundreds of Pieces
Suitable for Wedding Gifts.
Every needed article for the
ladies' toilet can be found at
this store, and we invite in
spection of the stock. The
following is a partial list of
manicure goods, all worthy
Nail scissors 75o to 1.00
Nail Files 26o to 76c
Nail polishers..26o, 86o, 50o, 1.00
Nail brushes 26c, 86c, 60o, 76c
Orangewood sticks 8o and 5o
OngoTino (removes stains). ..60c
Nail polish. 2nc
Japanese nail polish 60o
Beau Hruinmell polish 60o
Rosaline (tint) 26c
Emory hoards 26o
Hand scrubs 10c, 26c, 60c
Toilet pumice 16o
Creme Elcaya for tho skin....60c
Parlor Lampi, Reading Lamas, Hall
Lamps, Library Lamps, Kitchen Lamps
Pocket Books, Pur
ses, Wrist Bags.l
We show the best'Jstyles for
men, women and children.
Our stock of wrist bags is
particularly good, and the
values leave little to be de
Lndies’ wrist bogs, 76c, 1,60, 3.60,
Lndies’ purses..26c, 60c, 75o, 1.00
Men’s coin purses ..10c, 16o, 26c
Men’s bill books 76c, 1.00
Men’s card cases....26c, 86c, 60c
Razors, Scissors, Pocket Knives, Carving
Sets—all of the finest grade.
; Giyccamt - soap J
Good soaps, reasonably pric
ed, is a brief explanation of
our method of.. selling toilet
soaps. No better goods than
these are made.
Witch Hazol Glycerine, speoial 5o
White Clematis, box 3 cakes..25c
Almond Cream, box 3 cakes..16c
Sweet Maiden, box 8 cakes... 16c
Turkish Bath, box 12cakes 50c
White Rose Glycerine, box of
8 cokes 50c
Vioris, box 3 cakes 50c
Fairy Soap, coke - 5o
Ivory Soap, cake 6c
Pnmis-s Soap, cake 5o and 10c
Grandpa's Wonder, cake— ...So
Octagon Soap, 6c cake, 0 for 25c
Many other good brands, all rea
The Family Medicine
Chest for Winter is in
complete without Holt's
Cold Cure, White Pine
Cough Syrup and Rex
Plasters. With these the treatment of
colds is easy.
Holt 6 Cates
Miss Etta Conkle spent Thanksgiving
Day with her parents in Atlnnta.
Mr. Tnrnage, of Atlanta, spent Sun-
dnt in Newnnu.
Miss Emmie Y. Conyers spent from
Saturdny until Monday nt home
Mr. Ellis, of Macon, spent a few days
this week with Mr. P. B. Mnrpliey.
Misses Fannie, Lily and Nell Arnold,
sjieiit. Saturday in Atlanta.
Hon. J. B. Wall, of Jackson, wns a
visitor to Newnnu last Sunday.
Chief of Police ,T. D. Brewster wns in
Atlanta last Tuesday.
Miss Mary Lou Holmes, of Carrollton,
is visiting Miss Lizzie May Holmes.
B. B. Weldon, from near Shnrpsburg,
was among tho visitors in town Tuesday.
Miss Byrdoll Stith, of Palmetto, visit
ed friends heie during Conference.
Mrs. W. B. Pringle visited Atlanta
Miss Sophie Latimer, of Fnirburu, is
the guest of Mrs. W. J. Murpbey.
Mrs. Morguorite Wylie, of Palmetto,
visited friends hero during Conference.
Hon. and Mrs. Gordon Lee, returned
to there home at Cliionmaugn last Tues
Miss Katie Arnnll entertained delight
ful}’ at a dinting dish party, one night
Miss GrfHln, of Carrollton, was a
visitor to Miss Claire Holmes during
MrB. Hugh Downing and children, of
Columbus, are visiting relatives and
Mrs. Sam Lumpkin, of Tuskegeo.Aln..
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Miss Ruby Simril, of La Grange, is
visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. F.
Mrs. J. S. Gibson will give a linen
shower for Miss Martha Orr Saturday
Miss Emmie T. Sneed returned to
Madras, Saturday, where she will re
sume her teaoliing.
Mr. A. W. Arnold, of Sargent, has
been painfully ill during the past week.
He is now improving.
Mr. Hugh Hcudrioks, of Orange Park,
Fla., is visiting his parents, Mr. nud
Mrs. A. G. Hendricks.
Miss Goorgin Starr, of Roscoe, is
spending the week in the oity witii
Judge and Mrs. L. S. Roan, of Fair-
burn,visited Mr, and Mrs. A. W. Stubbs
Mr. J. H. Cotter has returned to
Panama, after n visit of some length to
Georgia relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hugh Pinson, of
Oordole, were in the oity Tuesday, en-
ronte to Gadsden, Ala.
Mrs. I. C. MoCrory, of College Park,
spent Sunday witii her parents, Capt.
and Mrs. J. J. Goodrum.
Miss Fannie Prather returned to
Hogansville Wednesday, after a visit to
her sister, Mrs. D. S. Summers.
Miss Annie Laurie Anderson, of
Forsyth, is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
J. F. Reynolds.
Misses Sadie Mae Powel and Alma
Arnold will entertain a few friend in
honor of Miss Martha Orr Friday after
-<VIr. Skinner, the giant tobacco sales
man, wii u ■i\o*V'wn this week and at
tracted nfi. WO v.Y \jou. Skinner is 7
feet and 2 iuends rirneight.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stnbhs, of Fair-
burn, are visiting their son and daugh
ter, Mr. A. W. Stubbs and Mrs. G. W.
St. John, in this oity.
Dr. T. S. Bailey was at Roopville,
Carroll couuty, a couple of days this
week, assisting Dr, Goodwyn ill a pro
Mr. and Mrs. Quinn, of Washington,
Ga., returned iiome Wednesday after
| spending several days with their daugh-
! ter, Mrs. Herndon Murray.
Wanted—Ail intelligent, energetic
! young man to accept a pleasant, paying
I position. Young man from oountry pre
ferred. Address Box 804, Newiian, Ga.
Miss Witt Mosley, one of Coweta’s
A most accomplished teachers, who is at
present teaching school in Oakland City,
was among the visitors in attendance at
George Lowe and George Leslie, two
i negroes wanted for infractions of city
» ___________ ordinances, were brought back from
I At , a[|ta )agt Mondfty by Policemall
• ■ I Shaokleford. On trial Lowe was given
Miss Ysabel Salbide is visiting $7 75 0 r 15 days, and Leslie got $16 or
Atlanta. j 30 days.
Mrs. J. M. Milner is visiting friends M r -g Whitehead and family, who
Judge Isnno Stephens
from a visit to Texas.
Mrs. J. W. Bowers mid her mother,
Mrs. Pope, are ill Atlanta for a stay of
Mr. ,T. W. Wilcoxon is confined to his
home this week, being afflicted with la-
Miss Annie Winn, of Lawrenoeville,
will arrive Saturday to be present at
the Orr-Wynn wedding.
Miss Bonetta Orr will come down Cox
College Friday to spend a few days at
Mrs. Mnttio Thomas, of Union
Springs, Ala., will visit relatives here
tins week and next.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Orr, of Washing
ton, D. 0.,will arrive in tho city this
week to visit lion, and Mrs. W. B. Orr.
Major B. M. Lundie, who lms been
dangerously ill, was thought to be int
proving yesterdny. He is still in r
Mrs. H. H. North, Miss Fannie Butts,
Miss Mary Gibson and MisB Nclia Lou
Walton wore among tho Newnnu people
who spent Tlinuksgiveng in Atlanta.
Miss Elizabeth Hill, who is spending
ttie winter in Atlanta, is expected tho
last of this week to he present at the
ninrrlngo of her niece, MisB Martha
Exteusivo improvements linvo been
made at the Thomas place in east New-
nan, recently purchased by Mr. Frank
Cole from Mrs Mattie Thomas. The
residence iB now occupied by Mr. Cole
Yesterdny was a quiet day in the oity.
Postoflloo and banks dosed and most of
the manufacturing plants about, down
for tho day. Probably one-lialf tho
male population wont, hunting. From
a weather standpoint it wns an ideal
dny, being clonr and cold. Tiie mer
cury dropped as low as 20 degrees at an
early hour yesterday morning.
A11 oyster supper will he given by the
ladies of the Moreland Presbyterian
church this evoning, from 7 to 10 o’clock
in tho auditorium of tho nowly finished
church building. Proceeds of tho en
tertainment will be applied to benefit of
tho churoh. This now oliuroli is an
ornament to the town of Moreland and
a monument to the efforts of Mrs. L. B.
Young and those who aided hor ill sc
ouring tho funds to build it.
Quite a number of lovoly social affairs
will bo given within tho next few dayB
ill honor of Miss Martini Orr, whose
marriage to Mr. Goorgo Wynn will oc
cur the evening of Deo. 6th, Mrs. Tom
Pnrrott will entertain at an elegant six
o’clook dinner on Nov. 30th. Misses
Sadio May Powel and Alma Arnold will
entertain the young ladies at. a stocking
shower on Friday afternoon and Mrs.
Sanders Gibson will entertain at a large
card party and linen shower on Satur
THE GOOD OLD WAY.
Wliy It In of 1,title line In Modern
The Columbus (O.l Journal recently
reprinted from Its Issue of Aug. 7. 1823,
Many gentlemen of tills vicinity, feeling
the Importance of Improving the roml be
tween Columbus and Qrnnvllle. are now
engaged In circulating subscription papers
for labor upon tho road, In conjunction
with ihe citizens of Licking county, on the |
llrsl Friday and Saturday In October next.
It Is hoped there will he a general turning
out for the accomplishment of an object
so long pursued.
Tills was eighty-two years ago. And
though every brunch of science, indus
try and business lias made almost
miraculous advances in that time, the
majority of farmers are still working
the roads In tills "good old way," says
Good lloads Magazine.
The barn raising, the quilting party,
the husking bee, have been relegated
to mythology by scientific economy.
Why should tills other relic of ploiieur-
Ism alone remainV
There is poetry about the old time
customs, hut there Is more of music lu
tiie telephone hell than ill the wolf’s
howl, more of happiness In the hum of
the tlirnsher than I11 the pounding of
the flail, and more of profit in howling
over a hard roml thnu In racking and
creaking and moping through tire deep
For their own best Interest the farm
ers should he up to date In road build
flood Hnnd Mulrni,
A good road affords an excellent way
A dollar spent on the road Is ns good
ns two spent on the farm,
A community is known by the roads
Better go two miles on a good rond
than half a mile on u had one.
The wide tire niaketh tiie glad path
The country road frlghteneth the
A hogged down nuto will not go that
A bad roml and Its travel are soon
Many path masters spoil the roads.
A little gravel is a dangerous tiling.
Sow deep or wallow fall and spring,
The horse knowetli the had road and
lettetli his ears drop.
Many country romls are paved—with
good Intentions, but for tho most part
witii lumps of sod, stones, roots and
The wide tire fulfilleth the Beriptures
—It mnketh the rough places smooth.
The nuto Is sowing tho seeds of a
healthy discontent nt the condition of
hundreds of country roads.
It is nlwn.vs safer passing on a good
wide road.—Buffalo News.
Mrs. J. E. Farmer spent two or
three days in Grantville the past
week with friends.
Mrs. Frank Barton was worse
last Sunday afternoon, but was
supposed to be better when last
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Whittle
were the happy recipients of a
nice present on the morning of the
28rd, i 11st. a little boy.
Allen Lisle, from Carrollton,
spent last Saturday and Sunday
with the family of Bev. ,1. E. I>.
Miss Mary Funner has been on
the sick list for several days.
G. W. Reynolds, from Ander
son, S. has been visiting his
mother and other relatives in our
Rev. W. A. J. Moles, a mem
ber of the North Georgia Confer
ence, preached at Hugh Barker’s
last Sunday afternoon.
,1. I’. Ayers went up to Palmet
to last Saturday afternoon to visit
his daughter, Mrs. Laura Duncan.
Mrs. Thomas Jones, from Clem,
Mrs. Mattie Morris, Mrs. Beulah
Shell and brother, Dawson, from
Carrollton, and Miss Laura Mor-
A FAMILY REMEDY.
Pc-ru-na Used in Thousands
Ex-Governor Itaac Sharp.
I HAAG HIIARP, ex-Governor of Kan
sas, ill a lottei from 1227 1 HI., N. K.,
Washington, D. C„ writes:
• </ can earnestly recommend your
Peruna as an excellent tonic. Its
.. 1, . | 4.1 1 reputation as a cure tor catarrh Is
lis, lrom Banning, spent last Mon ] firmly established by my friends, who
have been benefited by Its use, and the
public should know Its great curative
qualities.' '—Isaac Sharp.
Mr. James Currie, a prominent mer
chant of Montreal, Can., writes from
lKlHt Notre Damn Ht., as follows:
“ I have used your Peruna for catarrh
and find It an excellent remedy for
coughs and cold*.”—James Ourrlo.
If you do notdorlvo prompt and satis
factory results from tho use of Peruna,
write st once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your ease and ho will
Bowman’s Mugnetio Liniment oures
rheumatism, cats, sprains, wounds,
bruiBos, stiff joints, toothache and lame
backs. Price 26c and 50o per bottle nt
Reese’s Drug Store.
Bowman’s Gnrbolatoti Family Halve
oures outs, burns, ulcers, old soreH, piles,
ring worms, tetter, eozemu, and all skin
diseases, also for vaccinated arms und
smallpox. Price 25o per box at Reese’s
Hides Wanted— Will pay 8 oonts for
green hides for next few weeks. G. O
Carmichael, Newnan, Ga.
For Sale—Werner edition Encyclo
pedia Brittanica, with Ainericuii sup
plement, ill 30 volumes. Bound in cloth.
A bargain for oasli if taken at once. In
quire at the News office. tf The second Saturday in Decern
Cotton seed hulls for sale at 27 l-2| ber at 10 o’clock, a. in., is the time
cents, not delivered. V. E. Manget, Jr. )lxe(] ])y ^ pmd(lent of the C ot
Money to loan on real estate at 7 per
oeut. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
May Repair OI<I Roman Honda.
There Is talk lu Great Britain of re
pairing the old Homan roads for the
nse of automobiles. It would he a
curious fact should the rond building
of the Romans of the time of Christ tie
turned to account for the use of our
modern vehicle after the lapse of nine
teen centuries. The fact that such a
thing Is considered possible shows that
the Romans builded to Inst.
Professor Pupln to Hulld Good Roods
Professor M. I. Pupln of Columbia
college, the luvuntor of the ocenn tele
phone, who is building a large villa and
expending thousands of dollars devel
oping hundreds of acres of rocky and
marshy land I11 Norfolk, N Y„ has of
fered laborers there $2 a dny for nine
hours’ work and #5 a day for teams to
work on his place, says the New York
Herald. As u road builder Mr. Pupln
has few equals, say Norfolk people.
First he lays old trees across the road
way to be Improved, then n Inyor of
rocks and stones, then the branches of
the young trees und lastly a heavy coat
of gravel und smull stones, which grad
ually work their way down. The re
sult Is a hard and Immovable roadbed
which the waters cannot tear to pieces.
To the Friends of the Cotton
Buy with Mrs. J. E. Farmer.
Mrs. N. K. Dukes is spending
two or three weeks with hor
daughter, Mrs. Alonzo Whittle.
Our church called Bro. John
Layton, of LaGrange, to serve as
pastor next year, and our prayer
is that eaeli member will go to
work and build up the church,and
all work together in unity: work-, ,, , ......
. ,, , „ „ ,, , , he pleased to give you hlH valuable ad-
lng in the strength of the Lord. vlue KrutlBi
Bro. Layton will he with us on the j Address Dr. Hartman, President of
second Sunday in December. Let T" u Sanitarium,Columbus,O,
11s give him a good attendance and
hearty welcome. I
Our streets are ' being worked
and we’ll soon havens good streets
as anybody. That is the result
of having a good mayor. We are
very much pleased with our mayor
and would like Lo compliment him
on the great victory lie won in the
AU correspondence hold confidential.
| Local News of Newnan |
Paul Smith, of Fairburn, spent Sun
day in town.
Col. Alfred Broom of College Park,
spent Sunday in town.
J. J. Goodrum, Jr., of Atlanta, spent
Sunday in Newnan.
Col. J. R. Williams, of Gtiffin, visited
friends in Newnan this week.
Miss Leola Simms, of Palmetto, is
visiting Mrs. I. P- Bradley.
sojourned in Newnan during the sum
mer and autumn, have returned to their
home in New Orleans. Belleville White
head, Mr. Whitehead’s young son, re
mains here for some time under treat
ment by Dr. Sam Bradshaw.
Misses Rutli and Dollio Bailey, of
Arnall’s Station, were hostesses to a
number of young people from Newnan
last Tuesday night, who went out to en
gage in a ’possum hunt. It was an en
joyable affair, thoroughly enjoyed by all
If Recent additions to onr stock of
suitable wedding gifts have made it
tho largest ever collected in this
store. The display includes numer
ous patterns in Silverware, Silver
Novelties, Cut Glass, French China,
Japanese Wares and Bronzes.
If The quality of everything offered
is tiie highest. Not an unreliable,
unsatisfactory piece of ware in the
stock. The patterns, finish, quality
of material and workmanship are
such as delight particular j>eople.
Every piece offered as appropriate
for a wedding gift lms on it the
stamp of the handiwork of an artist.
If Purchasers of wedding gifts at this
store are credited witii jierfect taste.
Tiie reason is—we offer for sale only
those wares and articles that are ar
tistically correct and of the highest
H. S. BA NT A
Growers Association of the
! Booth for each county in the cot-
j toil licit to meet and elect a presi
dent, secretary and treasurer and
delegates to the Slate association,
who shall remain in office lot-
Therefore, we urge that all the
districts in the county of Coweta
will organize and have their dis
trict represented in the county
meeting to be held in Newnan on
the second Saturday in Dec. at 10
o’clock a. m., and we invite all
friends of tiie association to he
present at the meeting.
W. A. Brannon, Pres.
L. M. McGkk, Hecy.
last election. It was one of the
greatest victories that has ever
liecn won in Newnan in an election.
Not a drop of whiskey used in liis
behalf that we know of and very
few drinking men, if any, voted
for him. We would like to say
hurrah for temperance! We hope
some day there will not be a drop
of whiskey sold in Newnan.
At First Baptist Church.
F ountain Pen
in as indispensable to
tile modern business
man as the typewriter
is to tiie modern busi
No office hun ever dis
carded tho typewriter.
•No user has ever dis
carded tiie Waterman.
is tiie recognized
standard of the World.
Dr.Nunnally next Holiday morn
ing at the First Baptist church
will have for his theme, “Great
iteligious Gatherings,” witii
special reference to the Methodist
Conference and tiie Baptist Con
vention which were recently held
in Newnan ami Macon. Com
parison and contrast of these two
great organizations will be an in
At night lie will give a portrait
of the “Cowardly Young Man.”
Public cordially invited.
For S&Io at
Bradley's Drug Store.
Will Newnan Have Union
lt is rumored in the city today that
tlm A. & W. P. and Central Railways
have definitely determined to erect a
handsome union passenger station at I lie
railroad junction. Tho Nows bus been
unable to verify the rumor, hut believes
it is probable that it is true.
Dr. Anderson Dentist, Salbide
| Early Showing of
Cure for Sore Nipples.
As 8O011 as the child is done nursing
apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe it off
with a soft cloth before allowing the
child to nurse. Many trained nurses
use this with tho best results. Price 25
cents js:r box. For sale by Dr. Paul
Peuiston, Newnan, Ga.
Dr. Reese’s Cholera Infantum and
Teething Powders for teething children.
Price 26c per box at Reese’s Drug Store,
The New Tasteless Castor Oil, pure, ;
absolutely tasteless. Directions on bot
tle. 25c at Reese’s Drug Store.
Bowman’s Headache Tablets cure nil
kinds of headache and neuralgia. 10c
per box at Reese’s Drug Store.
By dint of much effort we are again in t
showing Holiday Goods, and sueh ft line.
the field in
showing Holiday Goods, and sueh ft line. The most
critical eye will have to admit that few desirable
things are missing from our vast assortment.
We have gone out into the markets of the world
to procure our stock, consequently you will find the
most diversified assortment of nice things to be found
anywhere. There are things from every country.
Dainty things from Japan ; art work from the
East and West; handsome creations from the Old
and New Worlds. You can hunt the town over and
not find such a complete line anywhere else. Bear
in mind that to buy your Christmas presents without
first seeing our great showing is a lost opportunity.
G. R. BRADLEY, Druggist!