MRS. W. Y. ATKINSON & CO.
Out* of tho prettiest weddings
tliut has occimwl in thin
wax that of Mia* Lola Jackson,
near Harmont, and Mr. Albert L.
DhvIh, of Carrollton. The bride
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Jackson, and is a model young
woman of rare aecompllshmentH,
possessing groat musical talent.
The groom is a young man of stt>r-
ling qualities and held in high
esteem by all who know him. The
marriage took place last Thursday
at 7:.‘t0 p. u». The house was
elalKirately and beautifully dec
orated with chrysanthemums and
white roses. The presents were
many and beautiful. The cere
mony was witnessed by alKnit 150
invited guests, including many
from Whitesburg, Nownan, Car
rollton and other places. White
and green were the prevailing
colors in the handsome parlor and
in all parts of the bouse. In order
that the large crowd might see the
contracting parties during the
ceremony, they stood in the hall
door of the portico and the guests
occupied the twautifiil flower yard
which was attractively lighted.
The bride and groom were preced
ed to the altar by Mrs. Lee Jack-
son, Misses Anna Boone, Maude
MeKoy and Lcana Sinith, all
dressed in charming costumes.
The bride was handsomely gowned
in white silk and carried a Ihiii-
qiiet of white chrysanthemums
and roses. The wedding march
was played by Miss Dean Sanders,
of Hoseoe. The beautiful mar
riage ceremony was solemnly per
formed by Kev. W. W. Roop, of
Carrollton. A most sumptuous
supper table, daintily and taste
fully decorated, was supplied
bountifully. After a pleasant trip
to Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Davis
will be at home to their friends in
Bro. J. H. Askew, to our regret,
lias lieeu changed from this circuit
and will go to Daoula, 85 miles
northeast of Atlanta on the Sea
board Air Line Railroad. Rro.
Me Bray er will lie on the Whites
Bro. Eugene Buyers, who for the
past year has been doing minister
ial work about Chipley, is at home
for a few days is*fore going to his
new field of lalior.
J. W. Duncan, the blacksmith,
lias sold his shop building and J
or 4 vacant lots to his brother, C.
A. Duncan. J. W. Duncan will
continue his trade at hiH home
C. A. Duncan will soon build a
nice residence on the beautiful lots
recently purchased of his brother.
Mrs. I*. A. Boykin,Misses Clyde
Almoii, Mary Lipscomb and Myr
tle Stevens visited Newnau last
week on a shopping expedition.
J. H. Lipscomb went over to
Ncwnaii on business one day last
Rev. L. (1 Johnson, of Rome,
stopped off here for a short visit
to relatives while enroute to the
Conference in Newnau.
We are glad to learn of the con-
BIG SALE ON AT
J. W. Stripling $ Son.
Everything sold as advertised. We can
give you only a few prices in this space.
Come and see us and you will be satis
fied with ycur purchase.
New Shipment Fine Cloaks
1 indit'd' long cloaks, very newest styles, worth $20 to $21), our price
only — $i7.fio
Indies’ long clonks, worth $12.50 to $15, only $0.00 and $10.(XI
25 long cloak*, tan and cantor, nice quality good* worth fcs.OO, as long
us they last to go at.. . - .$5 (XI
Lndio*’ box coats in brown and tan, worth $7.50, for only— -— $:I.1IH
Children's long clonks, $5.00 to — ... $1.08
Children's Keefers, $11 00 to -09o
Zephyr ShaeIs, $:t 0t> to ... 50o
ew Shipment Men’s Fine Clothing
Men's extra line black granite suits, worth $20.00, for only . —$15.00
Men's black Thibet and unttuislied worsted suits in slims and regulars,
worth $15.IX , for only ...... .— -- $12.50
Men’s Fancy Worsted suits in slims and regulars, value $15 .$12.50
Men’s fancy worsted suits, worth $12.50, for only $IO.tH)
Men's all wool oassuuere suits, brown, plaids and gray mixed $0.00
Youth's double breasted black uutiuislied worsted suits, very tine qual
ity goods, 11 to 10, for only ... ....... $12.50
Youth's black double breasted uutiuislied worsted suits, 11 to 111, worth
$12 60, for only $10.(X)
Wo nlso cnrrv a full line of olienp'suits, $2.50 to $0.00; boys' two-pieco
suits, $5.00' to Gtto
Hig line men's sample punts and overalls at wholesale prices.
50 men's ovt-rooais, blue, black and brown, worth $0.50, only. $5 00
Men’s long overmans with belt in hack, good quality goods $5.00
Men’s One Washington beaver overcoats, worth $12.50, only $10.00
Boys' overooats, 14 to u* $4.00
$10,000 Worth of Shoes
We can suit you in any kind of shot* you want, from the youngest
lathy to the oldest man.
Ladies' God limn shoes in navy calf, guaranteed solid, spring heel and
heel, per pair $1.25
Ladies' kid lace Godmau shoes, spring heel and heel, guaranteed solid,
Sa>r pair $1.50
Men's Stoughton shoes, guaranteed, per pair $2.50
Men's Bostonian shoe in all the new lasts, every pair guaranteed, none
better, per jour _! .$8.60
Full line children's shoes made of solid leather.
tinual improvement of Rev. W. A.
Parks, who is still at his (laugh
ter’s home in Rome.
Miss Eugenia Watkins, who is
attending LaG range Female Col
lege, is visiting her father’s home
at this place.
Mr. Carter and family returned
from Texas last week and will
spend some time in Georgia.
Tolie Stevens has rented the
Merck farm, near town, and will
move out to it soon. Charlie
Crews will remove to the Richard
son farm to live next year.
Mr. Ivy Shell and daughter,
Mrs. Entrckin, of Senoia, visited
his daughter, Mrs. J. H. Lips
comb, a few days last week.
The Hogan lot on Main Street
containing about two acres, and
having on it a beautiful grove of
large oak trees, was purchased last
week at a good price by J. H.
Lipscomb, who intends improving
it by erecting a handsome tlwell-
Rob Housworth, of Carrollton,
was down Saturday looking after
his farming interests near town.
Dr. O. W Burnett attended the
Methodist Conference in Ncwnan
J. H. Lipscomb and wife went
over to Newnan last Sunday to see
the preachers and hear the Bishop
Mrs. Julia Thomason is visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 13.
Miss Annie Ruth Sewell, a very
pretty and charming little girl of
Carrollton, who has lieeu visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Copeland, returned
We are rejoiced to learn that
Mrs. Sibyl Stringer, of Jackson
ville, Florida, is improving.
Mrs. listey Kelley and Miss
Clyde Almon visited in Newnau
Mr. Wesley McLeod,of Bowdon,
who was so badly hurt at his saw
mill two weeks ago,passed through
Whitesburg Monday on his way to
Atlanta to have an operation per
formed, in consequence of his
wounds. He is a brother of Rev.
J. W. McLeod.
Mrs. Wesley McLeod, of Row-
don, is visiting the family of liev.
J. W. McLeod.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Nutting, of
Hogansville, are visiting their
cousin, J. 11. Lipscomb, and fam
Mr. and Mm. W. J. Murphy
have issued invitations to the mar
riage of their sister, Miss Lizzie
Murphy, and Dr. Ruben (’. Hood,
which will occur at their home in
this city on Doc. 12th.
Dr. Hood and Miss Murphy both
reside in Atlanta at present, but
tho latter formerly lived in this
city. Their friends in Newnau,
Atlanta and elsewhere will learn
with interest and pleasure of their
Protracted Services at Turin
Commencing on Monday night,
Dec. 4, a series of meetings will lie
held in the Presbyterian Church
at Turin, in which Rev. ('. O’N.
Martindale will be assisted by the
Rev. Jas. R. Ficklen, pastor of the
1 liman Park Presbyterian Church
of Atlanta, ail interesting and able
speaker. The meetings will ex
tend through the following Sun
day; the horn's for service living 11
a. m. and 7 p. m. each day.
Everybody in the town ami
country round about most cordial
A marriage which aecurred on
August 24th and was not made
public until this week, was that of
Mr. J. T. Nash ami Miss Daisy
Thornton, a young couple living
near Moreland. They were mar
ried in Ordinary Perdue's oftice in
the court house by Rev. H. R.
Davies. August 24tb was the day
the cotton growers had their barbe
cue at Pearl Spring Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Nash are well
known and popular iu their com
munity. News of their secret
marriage conies as a great surprise
to their frieuds.
Whatever Your Needs
We Invite You to Visit Our Store, Where You Will Find “Everything Edible."
Lima beans, 8 pounds for 25c
Pork and beans, can 10c
Brooms, “Sweep-Easy,’’ 25c to 40c
Butter. We are lieudquarters for fresh butter.
Catsup, 10c to 25c
Corn, 8 cans for 25c
Corn, 15c, or two for 25c
Cheese, the very best cream.
Coffee. We are sole agents for Chase & Sanborn’s good
coffees. Try one can and you will use no other.
Fruit cake stock complete. Cheapest prices in the city,
and best goods.
Hams, “Dove,’’ none so good, prices right.
Hams, “Coin Special’’; good, per pound 113c
Hams, “Picnic", fine, per pound H^c
Mackerel. They are line. Each 10c
Macaroni, package 5c
Maple Syrup. Very best in the city.
Mince meat. Heinz’s. None better.
8-lb. pie peaches 10c
8-lb. California peaches, 25c; two for 45c
Peas, “Little Duke’’; fine, 15c, two for 25c
Peas (French), fine, none better 25c
Seeded Raisins 10c
Rice, large and small, new and cheap.
Salmon, “Alaska pink,’’ “Alaska red,” Columbia
River, very fancy.
Sardines, best in the city and cheap; 5c to 20c
Try our 15c can—25 fish to the can.
Starch, “Royal Gloss,” per pound 4c
Sugar. Will sell sugar cheap as anybody.
We have a full line of Teas—Tetley’s, Chase & Sanborn’s
and “Bulk Good.” Ask to see them. •
We are well fixed in our stock of Tomatoes, and will give
our customers the benefit of selling prices.
Our stock of Flour is complete. We can sell you if you
will ask for prices.
Tobacco and Snuff—bought cheap, and will be sold same
SVe have a big line of Crockery and Tinware and are mak
ing special pricss on same. Examine our stock and
get our prices, then you will be convinced.
We carry a full line of Candies. Try them and you will
have no other.
NVNNALLY * BARRETT,
The Bay Street Grocers
Will Give Away a
Every customer that buys
$1.00 worth of goods at
our store will be given a
chance to draw this beau
tiful piece of furniture in
quartered oak, the draw
ing to take place in our
store on Saturday, Dec. 23,
1905. Don’t fail to ask
for the coupon that is giv
en with every dollar’s
worth of goods.
See our line of ladies’ jackets at
$8.00 to $12.50. You can’t match
them iu town.
Just came in, a high-class line of
men's and boys’ clothing. We can
pleaso you, and are willing to put up
with small profits to make quick
sales. See this line.
We sell furniture and it is going,
too. See our noiseless folding springs
and get our prices. Mattresses,
rockiug chairs, dining chairs and
plain chairs, nioe bod room suite—
the way we have sold them we must
have the price right. Window
shades, two for 25c; better ones, 50c
kind at 8!k\
2 glass pitchers for only 25c
10-ineh glass vases, 15c. 2 for 25c
Best syrup pitcher iu town for—10c
in onr advertisement last week made
us say that we were selling 25 lbs. of
GranuBged Sugar for $1.85, instead
of 25 pounds for
Try a sack of our Queeu of Pantry
flour; best in towu, $1.50 a sack ; it’s
good, try it. Try Constitution, 3 4
patent, at $1.25 a sack; if it doesn’t
please you get your money back.
J. B. Hutchens
West Side Square
In an assortment
of pretty patterns
ORR & POWELL
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Al
dermen of the City of Newnau, and it is
hereby ordained by authority of the
same, that each owner of realty abutting
on any street within the fire limits of
the City of Newnau shall pave, or cause
to be paved, and also curb, or cause to
be curbed, with such material for pav
ing and curbing purposes as will be
specified, within thirty days after no
tice, that sidewalk on which the prop
erty abutts is one of those ordered by
the Mayor and Aldermeu to be paved.
Be it further ordained by the author
ity aforesaid that the owner of realty on
any street which is to be paved is au
thorized to make the pavement in front
of his property himself, under the su
pervision of the Street Committee or its
Be it further ordained by the author
ity aforesaid that if any property owner
fails to make the necessary paviug and
i curbing witiliu the time prescribed, the
I Mayor and Aldermen shall cause said
paving and curbing to be done, con
sistent with the specifications of the
notice served upon such property owner,
and the cost of suoli paving and curbing
shall be assessed against the property
and the owner of such property at the
j date of the notioe to make such paving.'
i Each property owner is to pay only for
! the paving in front of his property.
| Be it further ordained by the author
ity aforesaid that the Mayor and Alder-
, men shall cause an itemized statement
• of the cost of such paving and curbing
to be furnished the property owner, and
i if the same is not paid within ten days
j from the date of the service, an exncu-
, tion shall issue against the property,and
against the owner of the property at the
; date of the notice to make the paving,
! for the amount due the City for mid
paving and curbiug, which execution
may be levied and after advertising as
in case of taxes due the City, the prop
erty levied on may be sold at public out
cry to the highest bidder. %
Adopted iu open council, Nov. 30,
1905. E. D. FOUSE, Clerk.