Shipment of Furniture
We have bought
This looks like we
Just come in during the month of January and the first part of February,
and had shipped into our store 1 8,000 pounds of furniture of every kind,
are in the furniture business some. We want your business and are not ashamed to give
our prices. Since Christmas we have cut our own prices still lower, as we have only one
price to everybody. We cordially invite you to come and inspect our stock.
Oak Dressers that we sold
before Christmas at $12.50,
in solid oak, 24 x 30 in. mirror,
round or square, we sell now at
Mattresses and Springs.
Why not let us sell you your springs and mat
tresses? We sell the double hraeed noiseless folding
spring, that any lady can handle with ease, at the
extremely low price of
This spring is regularly worth $2 (It) to $2.20 'each,
hut ms we have the room to keep them without extra
expense we can afford to give you tin* lowest possible
price and accept a small profit.
We have a much nicer] rock
ing chair than this cut we sell
now at $2.25. It is worth $3.00. To
prove we are right, come in on Saturdays
and see them go.
All solid, old fashioned North Carolina white oak
split bottom plain chair, worth 55c or 00c each ; we
sell them at 48 cents each.
The Lucky Number that gets the first $10 gold piece given away is 9113
Remember, another $ 1 O gold will be given away May 1. Get tickets with each $ 1 purchase.
JAS. B. HUTCHENS
West Side Square
Misn Millin' I in 11 <•!', wlm Iiiih liron
visiting her stater, Mrs. Pierce He well,
him ivtui iii'il in her home ill Koi'kiimi l.
Dr. K W. Himr, of Atlanta, s|ii , nt the
latter )mrt of limt week with linniofotkH.
Mrs. Small Howell is visiting relatives
lioii Villa Kim.
Missi's Kuln Ui'iil anil Alice llvilc ul
Mnrl> for several days on uooniint of n
bone felon on his lianil
Mr ami Mrs. .lolin Christian emne in
limn the oonntry hist Sunday and spent
I ho day with the former's mother.
Mrs. Hugh Parker was confined to
her bed for several days the past week.
Hastings West made a trip to Griffin
Mis. Hubert Kiollie Inis been confined
Mr. and Mrs Melvin Mattox, from
Welcome, spent last Sunday with the
latter's mother, Mrs. Jnlta Pye.
May, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
.lames Brown, Inis been quite sick for
tended services at Andrew Chapel | ns t ! her room tho |«ist week by siekness.
Miss Lizzie Stephens, who has been
teaching near Sargent, Inis closed her
school on account of scarcity of pupils,
and returned to her home in Whites-
Albert llvde has sold his farm to Mrs.
K. 0. Held,
There will he praaohiug at Libert y
next Saturday and Sunday by Elder E.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dukes, of Mast
Newnan, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. A
John It (Joins spent last Saturday in '
Grantviile, the guest of his brother
Mis. S B. Weir, who was so sick at
our last writing, Is thought to be better.
Mrs. Barney Smith is improving some
after a long illness.
Mrs. Nannie Owens went to Grant- 1
Wo are glad to rep in that Mrs. Doll ville last Saturday to tpeud a few days
Cox, of Kiversicie, who has been ill for | with her daughter, Mrs, Judson South, j
several weeks, is Improving ; J. W. Mobley ami daughter, Miss Mu-,
! tibia, visited relatives in Urautvillo Sun- 1
i Tom Weir came down from Hast
Point mid sjhmit lust Saturday uight and
| Sunday with his mother's family.
Mr and Mrs. G. T Vearta, from Cen
tral Hateliie, came down last Sunday
| afternoon on a visit to the family of i
I their son John.
Charlie anil George Christian visited
friends apd relatives in Grantviile last
Mrs. Willie Neely is very sick.
Tillman and John Dewberry, nocnin-
imnied by Jack Ward, tqiant last Sun- 1
' day at Grantviile with relatives.
Bro. Layton filled his regular ap
pointment at the chapel last Sunday
Midlie, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs
D. M. Wood, was sick last Sunday
After spending two weeks with her
brother Osoar’s family, Miss Alice Bry
ant returned to her home in the country
Mrs. Henry Turner emne up from l.u-
Grnuge and s|vut a tew days last week
with her mother, Mrs Ellen Smith.
Mrs. Maggie Christian visited her
mother, Mrs Ken Moore, at Grantviile
lust Saturday and Sunday.
The infant of Mrs. Annie MeGehee is
Ernest and Brewer Witcher visited in
our community Sunday.
E. ,1. Amis, G. N. Strong, Misses Tom
mie Lou Lester and Fannie McKoy vis
ited ai J. O. MoKoy’s Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hump Kidd visited tho
latter's pnreuts, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Witehen, Saturday night and Sunday.
Miss Xiinona Strong visited at F. J.
Messrs, and Mesdames K. 1.. and K.
M. MoKoy visited at W. H. Hutchens'
Miss Willie McKoy visited a' J. W.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. B. Strong visited Mr.
and Mrs. O. T. Witcher Sunday.
Wo had Sunday school here Sunday
afternoon, which was largely attended.
Bro. Amis gave us a flue talk outlie
lessou. Our Sunday school is growing
in size nnd interest.
On Friday afternoon, Mt. Carmel
school oelebrated Washington's birth
day and hIso Arbor Day. They had
recitations, songs, a dialogue and pan
tomime on Washington and arbor day;
and after the exercises, they made a
flower yard, the teachers of the oounty
being required to plant something to
oelebrate arbor day.
Our oommunity lias been very muoli
saddened by tho death of Hugh McKoy,
the soil of Mr. and Mrs. .1.0. MoKoy.
He was a good and noble boy, kind and
generous to everyone, nnd especially
loved by the family and Ins school
mates. He was with us only fourteen
short years, and it seemed so hard that
a life so full of hojie and expectation
should be blighted so young; but, the
Lord knows best iu nil things. Every
thing works together for the good of
those who love and serve Him.
still quite sick.
.Mr. and Mrs. \\ . 1). White visited the morning and evening, and preached at
hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. E W. H. Dewberry’s Sunday afternoon at
Yarbrough, at Carrollton last Saturday i M °’ oloolt ,0 “ ver - v appreciative audi-
and Sunday. ! ‘
“Grandmother" Giles, who fell some
time ago aud dislocated a joint in one of j W©Icome
her arms, Imd it set one day last week ”— 1
and has been improving rapidly ever Hew F. J. Amis tilled his regular ap-
since. poiutinnut at Providence Saturday and
Mr and Mrs Hoiuer Allen, who mov-! Sunday.
Excursion Rates to Atlanta,
Ca.via Central of Georgia
Miss Hoiuola Puckett, of Moreland, is
visiting relatives here.
Allen Crain, of Newnan, visited home
Miss Tommie Lou Lester, of Grent-
Mrs. A. B.
• d to Grantviile not long since, moved
Little Sarah, daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs C H. Giles, has been very siel. the
Miss Susie Farmer went to Grantviile ville, iswisittug her sister
and sjieut last Saturday night and Sun- Melvoy.
day with tin lamil.v of Mrs. M A Lisle. Miss Eula Duncan, of Newnan, is vis-
Mrs. E. J. Stephens is spending the iug Misses Nannie Sue and Clyde Dial,
week with tier son, Edward, in Seinnu. H. O. MoKoy was here Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Strickland has heeii on the Misses Mary Crowder and Norton
sick list for sevi r.il nays, suffering with Jones, Will Brown and Jack Crowder
a throat trouble. , visited Misses Viola and Pearl Newman ;
Joe Freeman Inis not been able to 1 Sunday.
On account of Tabernacle Bible
Conference and Baraca Conven
tion, March S IS, 1906, rate of
fare and one-third pins 25 cents,
on certificate plan will apply.
Certificates secured from agents at
starting points on any day March
5th to the 18th inclusive will lie
honored returning from Atlanta
at one-third fare plus 25 cents.
For further information apply
to nearest ticket agent. 2t
Platt's, odds and ends, old price 50c to 75c,
Cake plates, old price 50c, now 25c
Cups and saucers, old price $1, now . 66c
Jardinieres, old prices #1.25, #1, 90c, 75c,
now SI 75c, 70c- 60c
Agateware, porcelain lined, special prices.
Mixing bowls, old prices 10c to 40c, now go
ing at 7c to 20c
White-and-Gold washstaiul sets, 12 pieces,
old price #5, now . S4.1t
White-and-gold washstand sets, 10 pieces,
old price #4, now $3.11
Tinware, various pieces, old price 10c, now
going at 5c
Glass tumblers, old price 25c to 30c per set,
Cups and saucers, gold baud, best china, old
price #1 per set, now 79c
Cups and saucers, gold band, best china, old
price #1.10 per set, now B9c
Plates to match, 7-in., old price 95c, now 81c
Plates to match, 6-in., old price 90c, now 71c
Johnson’s imported dinner plates, old price
#1 per set, now 79c
Breakfast plates, imported, old price 80c,
Glass sets, old price 50c, now 39c
Dinner sets, 112 pieces, old price #15, now'
going at $10.41
lea sets, blue decorated, 56 pieces, old price
#6, now $3.82
Tea sets, white, 56 pieces, old price #5, now'
going at $3.05
Dippers, 2c to 20c each.
Stick candy, 2 1-2 pounds for 20c
Bucket candy, fancy mixed, per lb 6c
Force, per package 1Q C
This is a leader.
We have a large stock of genuine Eastern seed Irish potatoes (from Aristook County,
Maine), including the following well-known varieties, viz.: “Peerless,” “Early Bose,” “Good
rich,” “Burbank.” and “Triumph.” Also, a full assortment of choice garden seed,’ and red
and w hite onion sets.
J. E. Smith, telephone No. 65,
supplies best quality of all kinds
of fresh meats. tf
NUNNALLY S BARRETT,
The Bay Street Grocers