A BETTER WAT TO BUT SEEB
We 1 Hive a seed proposition of such unusual
merit and so different from what other dealers
offer that it it were possible to bring it to the
thoughtful attention of every man in the county
and to make them fully understand its advan
tages and convince them of the truth of our
claims, we would have more seed business than
we could possibly handle with our present equip
ment. Yet our plan is exceedingly simple and
every claim made concerning it is the plain, un
varnished truth. What we claim to do, that we
do : and we ask that you accept our statements
as truth, for such they are.
All our seeds are absolutely fresh, now crop seed
and have never been offered for sale before. Every
package is plainly stamped with the year put up.
Wo never sell left over seed for fresh, or mix such
seed with the new. We prefer the loss of a little
seed to the injury of a good reputation.
All of our 5-cent papers contain more seed than
is usually sold for this price. We have examined
and compared several others with ours, and the re
sult shows our papers to contain from a third more
to double the quantity. This is made possible by
buying in bulk and doing the work of packaging
in our own store.
The seeds we sell are the choicest strains of the
best varieties. Most of them have been repeatedly
tried in this county and found good. We guaran
tee all seeds true to name and to be fresh.
We want you to test the truth of these state
ments in your garden this year, and promise
that vou will have no cause for regret if you do
so. Let us have your order; in person, by mail,
or by telephone.
HOLT & CATES,
| Local News of Newnan j
Dentist, Sal bide
Miss Ina Kirby visited Atlanta
Hon. J. T. Kirby returned from
New York Tuesday.
Millard Newsome spent Sunday
in the city.
Local money on easy terms to
loan. W.G. Post. 2t
Bowman’s Tastless Castor Oil at
Reese’s Drug Store.
Order fresh meats from ,1. E.
Smith, telephone No. 65. tf
Fresh Garden, Field and Flower
Seed, at Reese’s Drug Store.
For best quality fresh meats
telephone ,T. E. Smith, No. lift, tf
A lot of hand bags at reduced
prices at Reese’s Drug Store.
('all No. 05 by telephone when
the best fresh meats are wanted, tf
Mat Couch, of Senoia, was here
yesterday.—Griffin News & Sun.
Miss Nettie Orr has returned
from a visit to relatives in Florida.
Furnished Rooms for rent to
men only. Apply to Box 49,
Bowman’s Headache and Neu
ralgia Tablets at Reese's Drug
Miss Loula Barr is spending
some time in New Orleans with
J. E. Smith, telephone No. 65,
supplies best quality of all kinds
of fresh meats. tf
“Syrup White Pine with Tar”
will cure that cough. At Reese’s
Mr. John Sims, of Palmetto,
was among the visitors in Newnan
Your money will command dou
ble value in clothing at Barnett,
St John & Co , s.
All young men’s and boy's suits
at badly broken prices.
Barnett, St. John & Co.
Frank B. Wells, of Senoia,spent
yesterday in Atlanta.—Griflin
News and Sun.
It’s like doubling your money to
buy a suit from us now.
Barnett, St. John & Co.
Katherine, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H. (’. Arnall, has
lieen quite sick.
Take your choice of any *12,
*15 or *10.50 suit at *9.50.
Barnett, St. John & Co.
Mrs. Steve Smith left last week
for a protracted visit to her grand
children in Florida.
Mrs. Sieb arrived in the city
Monday (light, on a visit to her
mother, Mrs. Herring.
Miss Ethel Smith, of Palmetto,
was the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Peniston last Sunday.
Miss Ruth Whatley came up
from Turin and spent Saturday
and Sunday with the home folks.
Miss Nelie Lou Walton is the
guest of Mrs. C. R. Turner and
Miss Pauline Harris in Carrollton.
Jack frost has not gone, neither
hasGoodwyn’s coal pile. 4t
Miss Oneta Smith, of Fairburn,
is visiting relatives in Newnan.
County School Commissioner V.
i A. Ham is visiting the country
! schools this week.
Sure as the wind brings you cold
Goodwyn’s wagons will bring you |
j coal to keep you warm. See him! j
A freight wreck near Palmetto
Wednesday at noon caused consul- j
erable delay to the southliouiid
passenger, due here at 2:00.
You’ll be pleased with the prices
and terms of the Southern Furni-!
jture Co. Store in Reese opera
house building, Newnan, Ga. tf
Miss Lida Brown is the guest of
Miss Lillie Rivers in Griffin. Miss
| Rivers entertained delightfully last
Tuesday in Miss Brown’s honor.
When a man dodges the sherilf
between charitable donations we
have a right to suspect that the
money he gives is earned by crook
An absolutely new stock of j
Furniture to select from at our
store, under the Telegraph School
in the. Reese opera house building.
Southern Furniture Co. tf
Chief J. I). Brewster was called
to Sumiysidc last Wednesday by
the death of his step-mother, Mrs.
B. D. Brewster, an esteemed lady
of that community.
The friends of Miss Carrie Ball
will regret to learn that she suffer
ed a stroke of paralysis last week.
At present she is better. She is at
the home of Mrs. Lillie Bailey
Ollie Smith, a white boy, was I
arrested here last week and taken :
to Cedartown whore he was tried!
on the charge of stealing. He was
cleared of the charge and returned
to this place.
At an early date the Favor!
Monument Association will erect a
handsome monument over the last
resting place of lion. S. L. Favor.
The monument will lie purchased
with the next few days.
On yesterday Walter Dal I is sold
his tinning and plumbing business
to L. M. SimriI, who will conduct l
the business in the future. All
wish Mr. Simril much success with
his business.— LaGrange Graphic.
Hugh Buchanan McKoy, the 14
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. ('.
McKoy, of Welcome, died Wed
nesday night. He was afflicted
with rheumatic fever. Mr. Mc
Koy and family have the sympa
thy of many friends in their be-!
JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Was Alarmingly Afflicted With La Grippe.
Cured by Pe-ru-na.
The Grip is Properly Termed
As Pe-ru-na Cures Every Form
of Catarrh, It Has Relieved
More Cases of Grip Than
All Other Remedies
The Fear of Grip Hakes People
There Ih no remedy in Die world that
meets (lie condition!* produced by the
(trip better Until Porunn.
Peruna strengthens ns It renovates,
soothes while It stimulates, heals as it
Pcruna Is not a purgative, or cathartic
or sedative, or stimulant, nor a vege
table or mineral poison.
It reaches the source of all diseases of
tlio mucous membranes by Its action on
the vase-motor system of nerves.
After-Effects of the Grip.
Kvcry person who has hud la grippe
during the last year should take a course
of Peruna. No one need expect perfect
recovery unless they do so,
Thu grip has produced catarrhal In
flammation of tho whole mucous mem
brane, and good health Is Impossible
until these are restored to a normal con
dition. This Peruna will do,
A great many remedies havo been
suggested for tliiscondltion from time to
time, but Peruna Is tho only remedy
thill lias any substantia! value ill these
It has never failed to give satisfaction
W. If. Parsons is Kx-Stuto Senator and Kx-Mpeolal .Indue of tho Supreme
Court of Texas, and was also brigadier-) icucrul In Confederate Army. In
a recent letter from li'Je II street, N. W., Washington, D. G., tilts prominent
‘Upon the recommendation of personal frl-nds and many strong testi
monials as to the efficacy of Peruna In the treatment of the numerous
symptoms of the grippe with which I have been afflicted for four months
past, I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly cele
brated formula. I feel a decided change fur the better after using It only
•It Is especially good In toning up the stomach and has had a decided
effect upon my appetite. I therefore feel much encouraged that I am on
the road to complete restoration.
"My numerous friends In Texas, where I have had the honor to command
a brigade of her Veteran Cavalry In a four years’war, may accept bits vol
untary testimonial to tho merits of Peruna as a sense of obligation ou my
part for its wonderful efficacy.”—W. H. Parsons.
during forty years’ experience and still
occupies the unl(|iio position of being
the leading (If not the only) specific
remedy for the after-effects of la grippe.
No Time Like the Present.
If you are suffering from the after
effects of la grippe—If you have be
come discouraged in your utlnmpts to
euro yourself with oilier treatments,
take a bottle of Peruna now.
A hot lie of Peruna taken during the
beginning of the disease Is worth more
than a dor.eii hollies after the trouble
lias become deep-seated.
Miss Eugenio biifortuno of 110 bcrrlu
street, Montreal, Can., writes:
"Peruna cured me of a sevoro ease of
la grippe when nothing else bad any
effect on me, PI vo bottles did the work
and they were worth hundreds of dol
lars for llieeoiuforl uud health restored
lo me, I therefore fool that the least I
can do is to gratefully acknowledge Its
merits.”—Kugonle I,u for tune.
Miss Pearl Hughie has returned
from a visit of several months du
ration in Atlanta and East Point.
Mr. G. R. Bradley and daugh
ter, Miss Lillie, were the guests of
relatives in Carrollton last Sun
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Turner
visited Carrollton Sunday and
A reward of $10,000 lias been deposited in the Market Exchange Hank, Colum
bus, Ohio, as a guarantee that the above testimonial is genuine; that we hold
in our possession authentic letters certifying to the same. Every one ot our tes
timonials are genuine and in the words of the one whose name is appended.
If your druggist does not keep Poriinu in stock, send remittance to cover price of one bollle, *| ,<io, or
six bottles, *5.00 to The Peruna Drug Ml'g. <'o., <'oltimbus, Ohio, and the medicine will be forwarded
to you by express "prepaid.
We are going to make competi
tors in the furniture business tired.
Our prices and terms will do the
work. An absolutely new stock i
to select from. Gome to our store,
next door to the white barber Hliop I
in the Reese opera house building.;
Southern Furniture Go. tf
Mrs. Erie Adams has returned
from Gordele,where she was called
by the illness of Mr. Adams. Mr.
Adams, who is a well known and
popular commercial traveler, was
ill in Gordele for acoupleof weeks,
but is able to go “on the road”
again and will return to Newnan
J. L. Archer, of Franklin, was
in Newnan Wednesday.
Miss Gertie I’ost, of Gruntvillc,
is the guest of Mrs. W. G. Arnold.
See the great Reno and Alvord
Go. at the Auditorium next Tues
day night, Fell. 20th.
Mr. John Hill Cook and Miss
Agnes Sewell, both of Roseoe, will
Ih: married on Sunday, March till.
Watch for the baud with the
friends of these little ones are cor
dially invited and expected to lie
present. Meeting will be held in
tlie Sunday school room, next door
to Methodist church.
One Night Only
TUESDAY, Feb. 20
Mr and Mrs. (Incur Harper and little
hoii vlHitcil the latter's parents, Mr, and
Mm. Hud Leigh, at Gooden hint .Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrn. O. O. Gnincl were the
Reno and Alvord Company, which 1 suentH of Mr. uud Mm. M. D. Thurmond
comes to the A uditorium next I luHt Kuu,lfty "
Mr. and Mm. Willie Posey and little
daughter, of Moreland, vinitod tho lat-
The Euchre Club meets next! tor's parents, Mr. and Mm. F. M. Par-
Wednesday afternoon (instead of rott, lant Saturday uud Sunday.
Tuesday afternoon J at three o’clock I Mewnm. Cole and Ingram, of Blmrpa-
Tuesday night, Feb. 20th.
Luke Dickson, a I'nited Stabs
sjldier belonging to Go. G, 17th
Infantry, stationed at Fort Mc
Pherson, deserted last Monday.
He was captured here Tuesday by
Policeman Shackleford and turned
over to the authorities at Fort Mc
Pherson. Mr. Shackleford re
ceived a reward of *50 for his
“catch.” Dickson, whose home
,, . , „lwas in Cumberland, Md., enlisted
Monday, the guests ot Mrs. G. R. .. , .
•" " two months ago and had been at
urner ‘ McPherson but 10 days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mills, of
Barnesville, were the guests last ° ,,r nel 8 hbor » the Frank,in
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. * NfcWS and Banner ’ is " ow ,Hi
Wadsworth. printed from a cylinder press. Mr.
P. T. McCutehen, the owner of the
Mr. J. ( • Benton, of Gadsden, paper, this week moved his press
Ala., was in the city several days i,y wagons to Franklin, and as
recently, the guest ol Mr. and soon ^ same t . a „ | K . j,y the
Mrs. R. S. Paris. maf.-hini.st in charge, will begin
Miss Carrie Anderson, who has anew service in the city by the
been visiting her sister, Mrs. r * ver 38 ^ did for several years in
Eugene Askew, left Thursday Lhe News office, 1 icing last year
for her home in Gordele. i displaced by a larger one.
at the home of .Miss Ina Kirby.
The Reno and Alvord Surprise
Go. gives one of the greatest vaude
ville performances of the season at
the Auditorium next Tuesday
night, Feb. 20th.
Mrs. MamieThompson will enter
tain the Salmagundi Club Thurs
day, the 22nd, atOo’clock. Those
who cannot Ih* present are request
ed to notify the hostess Indore tin-
day for meeting.
Col. and Mrs. T. E. Patterson
and George T. Brown, of this
! place, went up to Newnan yester
day to attend the Orr-Patterson
burg, were in thin community on buai-
iickh hint Friday.
A. F. Parrott and hoii, Hoy, visited
relatives at Flat Creek lnat Sunday.
J. W. Harriaon viaited relatives at
Wcat Point and in Alabama aevcral daya
F. M. hikI A. F. Parrott and M. D.
Tbarinnnd spent Saturday in Palmetto.
Miaa Mary Hello Hrown returned borne
Sunday, after a two week’a visit lo her
aiater, Mra. Charlie Bealio, ut Stop, Ga.
J. W. and G. T. Huinea made a buai-
neaa trip to Sbaruaburg laat Friday.
Miaaea Minnie Lee and Luoyle Thur
mond apent iaat Snturduy night moat
pleasantly with Miaaea Rosa Lee and
Clara May Hammock, of McCollum,and
attended service* at Kbenezer Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Hogh Howen and little
RENA & ALVORDS
Every act a feature. A dollar
attraction ut popular prices, A
hot foot Inn factory working over
time. A show you will bilk about
for weeks after it lias left tin* city.
Seats on sale at Bradley’s Drug
Store. Prices, 25c, 05c, 50c.
marriage.—Griffin News and Sun. ' daughter were the gueata of Mr. and
Mra. T. H. Harper, Sunday.
Miss Glestelle McLeroy will give
a costume recital at the Auditori
um on Friday evening, March 2d.
An entirely new program will in*
given. Miss McLeroy has just re-
The family of G. T. Honiea are all on
the aick list tliia week.
Guy Royeton and Lilia Moore, of
Springdale, attended Sunday achool at
Rock Spring Sunday.
J. W. and G. T. Hainea made a huai-
turned from New York City, ; ness trip to Sharpaburg last Friday,
where she devoted several months I Luther Todd, of McCollum, xvaa look-
to the study of elocution and ; h>g after hi* farming interests here Mon-
physical culture, under the direc-j^ „ Jaok80Dl 0 f Flat Creek, visited
tion of distinguished instructors. relatives here last Monday and Tuesday.
. ... , rn . ,„ni Albert Hainea iiaa been quite sick for
The children ol the L. I. L. will
celebrate the birthday ol I-ranees a, fj. Houston ajamt several days last j
E. Willard Friday, Feb. 10, at 0 w ,. k with his brother, Newtou Houa-
o’clock. There will be recitations, ton, at Decatur, Ga.
songs and sketches of her life by I F - »• Parrott ftud 90 "’ Fmnk ' H ^ llt
The parents, and Wednesday laat in Newnan.
Needles and Oil
Hy purchasing in much larger
quantities than heretofore, we tire
now enabled to sell nil kinds of hew
ing machine needles ut the price of 4
for 10c, instead of :i for 10c, the price
we have always found neoeaaary to
charge heretofore. These needles are
the surne grade tliia store lias always
aold, which means simply that they
are the beat. *
Our sewing machine oil is ns good
aa the heat mude anywhere in the
world. Every user acknowledges
this fact to be true.
Needles and oil are small items in
our stock, hut our reputation is
founded on the care with which we
handle every detail of our business;
and the small needs of patrons re
ceive our best atteutinn—which is nil
our largHgt orders get. Remember
these facta in dealing with ua.
H. S. BANTA
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