HIGH ART” CLOTHING
Make well-dressed men. The clothes that are
right when you huy them and stay right when
you wear them.
“Perfection” Clothing for boys and young
men. Boys’ suits from $1.50 to $5.00; men’s
suits from $5.00 to $25.00.
HON. HOKE SMITH
TO BE AT PALMETTO
Gubernatorial Candidate Will
Address People of Three
Counties on Saturday
Hon. Hoke Smith, candidate lor
governor, will speak in Fairbnrn
Saturday morning at ten o’clock,
and Saturday afternoon at 2:50
o’clock lie will speak in Palmetto.
Citizens of Campbell, Coweta
and Fayette counties will hear him
at Palmetto. A large numlter of
Newnan people will go up to Pal
metto to hear Mr. Smith.
Rev. W W. Hoop (till'd Ion regulnv
ii|>1 miinI mi■!11 nl Macedonia Iiim Saturday
Mm. Huon King, ol Colunilmx, is
Hpundiiig ii few du.vs with her piirciitx,
Mr. mill Mix. A. .1. Sewell.
There will lie nil all din singing at
Mi.cednnut next fourth Sunday.
Kev. \V, W. Hoop preached at New
Ix'hiiiiiin church lust Sunday iiflernoou.
I Ixxle llavs.nl Madias, visited at Mrs.
Altec Sewell's Sunday.
There was a prayer meeting at the
Hexene school house last Sunday night.
The next meeting of die (>. L. A. D.
Hint) will lie ut (I. T. Hyde's May fdh.
Miss Mary Sewell, of Harrell enmity,
who has been spending several weeks
with her sister, Mrs. H K. Tarleton, re
turned home the second, lust.
Little Will Bennett Sanders, who has
been siek a few days, is doing fairly
Mr. Bull Hnrmioul went to Atlanta
last week and purchased a nice home.
Mr. .1. O. Sewell, of H. spoe, is going
to try to make one hundred bushels of
corn on one acre of upland this year.
.1 iin Hannieal and Tom King, of New-
nan. visited near Hoxene Sunday.
"Uncle Burney" Newton is on the
The farmer's meeting at Macedonia
school house lust Saturday afternoon
was very much enjoyed by all pit sent.
There Mill he another meeting the fith,
Misses Houston, aeconipauied by their
bryther, of Ha mill county, spoilt list
Saturday night with Miss Bern Morris.
An entertainment was given by Miss
Morris Saturday night, complimentary
to her visitors
Miss Louise Sewell, of Sand Hill, who
visited relatives near Dodson hist week,
returned home Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Sewell is visiting her son,
Mr. Han Sewell.
Several of our young people attended
Children's Day at Mt. Hurmel last Sun
The masquerade party which was
given by Prof H. K. Sewell on March
lllst, was much enjoyed by those present.
W. It Summerlin and l) H. Sewell
have purchased an engine and boiler
from B. L. Kedwine and set it up at
their saw null near Mrs. Alice Sewell's.
WAGON AND BUGGY HARNESS
Our line of wagon and lutggy harness includes n sufficient
range of grades, styles and values to insure satisfaction to all
buyers. Kverv piece of the stock is tirst-class in material and
workmanship and is worth every cent asked for it.
We have in stock a large number of the old reliable
Our Sorghum seeds are priced at #1.25 per bushel. Other
dealers ask #1,50. We have "Speckled" and "Unknown”
Peas and German Millet—sounrt, clean, reliable seed.
Farmers, come to us for all kinds of supplies and general
merchandise. For cash or on time, our prices are right.
STEWART & PARKS
We Sell the "DOMESTIC” Sewing Machine.
Mrs. W. H. Dewberry had another
bad sjielI last Friday and lias been con
fined to her bed since.
John Christian and wife came from
the country to spend last Sunday with
the latter's parents, Mr. Lon Jordan
Mrs. Babe Howard and daughter,
Miss Bessie, came from Sargent lust
Sunday Jo visit Mrs. Sam Weir.
Osrnr, little son of Joe Gondrnw and
wife, stepped on n piece of glass last
Friday and inflicted an ugly wound oil
one of his feet.
Miss Lulu Pitts was on the sick list ,
several days last week.
Mis* Temple Giles suffered severely
with rheumatism last week.
Mrs. George Burrcnthm, from Sargent j
8|H'iit last Sunday with her daughter,
Mrs. J. J. Hendrix.
Miss Odessa Bryant, of Grantville, j
was the guest, of Mrs. Sam Weir last |
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Ola Mobley was sick several days 1
Mr. Jim South and \)(ife were in New- <
nun last Saturday, euroute to Grant- \
villo to visit their son, Jndson.
Mrs. J. K. Farmer, after getting able
to sit up, had a relapse last Friday Hiid
is quite sick again.
.Mr. Jesse Futrell and wife oaine from
the country to spend Sunday with the
latter's daughter, Mrs. Joseph Smith.
Miss Nellie Brown has been suffering
for severs! days with erysipelas.
“Grandmother Giles," who had been
uoilfhicd to her room for a long time, is
able In walk out.
Alonzo Allen is out again, after suffer
ing two weeks with pneumonia.
Mrs. Tom O/.iuoro and children spent
last Sunday in the country with friends.
Bro. Layton preached last Sunday
morning and at night, to large congre
gations. Bro. (tallies preaches next
Sunday morning and at night at Love-
Hoscoe, little son of J. II Heynnlds
and wife, was sick several day's recently.
Holly Peyton and wife visited in the
country last Sunday.
Mrs. Joseph Smith and little son
Llewellyn, were sick with lugrippe Inst
Miss Jennie Bowen is improving the
kindergarten grounds by planting trees
and flowers. She is mi excellent teach
er and knows how to interest the little
folks and win their love. Public inter
est in her work is growing.
Mesdames J. M Jones and John W
Allen have subscribed for our paper,
having decided they want to know what
is happening in tin* county and knowing
the way to keep posted is to read u
Mrs. Frank Barton is no better. She
has been sick more than a year.
Mrs. J. B. Goins, of (iritlin, is with
her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Parker, and
has been siek since last Sunday.
Mrs. Joe Goodrow is still siek.
Harvey, infant son of Hiram Mobley
and wife, has been sick the past week.
Frank Hanson has returned to Now-
nan with Ids family, after living at Ban
ning for two years.
Mr. A. U. Thompson and wife, from
Griffin, spent lust week with Mrs. Hugh
Jim Brown spent last Sunday with
relatives at Madras.
THE PLANTING SEASON
Calls for Corn Planters, Guano Distrib
utors and Cotton Planters.
We have a complete line of these
machines—the very best made.
We can still supply you with High
A fresh lot of Purina for horses and
mules. This is fine feed.
P. 8.—Seventy-five up-to-date Ve-
hides. Come to see us.
BRADLEY AND BANKS
Mr. M. H. Sims visited his sisters in
Semiin last week.
Mrs. J. M. Ariintl and two daughters,
Missus Sudie and Georgia, expect to re
move to Seimin ns soon ns their new
home is finished, work having been be
gun on it a few weeks prior to Mr. Ar-
null’s dentil. We gladly welcome these
good people to our town.
Miss Bessie Carmichael Imd us her
guest last week Miss Inez Anderson, of
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Adams are now
making their home in Senoia, Mr. Ad
ams having bought Mr. Trnvis’s interest
with Dr. Edwards, and the firm will
now be known ns Edwards and Adams.
Mr, and Mrs. Adams are most cordially
received into our midst.
Mrs. L. E. Wood, of Slmrpsburg, was
in Senoia Wednesday.
Mr. J. B. Walker, of Turin, was with
friends here several (lays ago.
The Girl's Missionary Society met last
Friday afternoon at the home of Miss
Kev. W. A. Davis was called to Fay
ette Tuesday to conduct the funeral ser
vice of Mr. Robert Morrow, who was
killed Sunday night by A. L. MoKueely.
J. T. Holmes, Real Estate and Rent
ing Agent. Office over 1st Nat. Bank.
Mrs. B. H. Bridges and daughter, Miss
Verna, of Sliarpsburg. spent Monday
with Senoia friends.
Mrs. M. J. Bates, who lias been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Davis, re
turned to Atlanta last Friday.
Our citizens are putting forth their
best efforts to secure the A., B. & A.
Pi of. W. S. Sanders, principal of the
school at Moreland, recently visited his
The aunual protracted meeting will
begin nt the Methodist church on May
6th. Rev. Stanton will assist the pas
tor, Rev. G. W. Farr.
Rev. W Harvey Clarke, who spent
the post seven years in missionary work
in Japan, preached to large and appre
ciative andicuees at the Baptist church
last Sunday and Sunday night. He also
addressed the Woman's Missionary So
ciety Monday afternoon at tlie home of
Mrs. E. H. Powers.
Misses Mary Lofton and Lucile Cog
gins, of Griffin, speut a day or two lost
week with the family of Col. J. W.
My new store in the Harda
way bank building is now
open and I am prepared to
do all kinds of watch, clock,
jewelry and bicycle repair
ing. Ten years in this line
in Newnan is a guarantee
that all work done will be
turned out in first class con
dition. The patronage of
the people of Coweta county
is solicited, with assurances
that it will l»e appreciated.
1 am prepared to re-tire
baby carriages for the small
sum of #1.50 per set of four
wheels. Only first-class rub
ber tires used, and workman
ship the best.
Frank J. Flannery
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Get Yovr Spring
For I lie fest ive Eastert ime, the day of all days when the
whole world dresses anew. You most assuredly want to he
among the joyous throng fittingly attired. To make sure
that your spring garments will be fashionably correct and
lit you perfectly, i t 1 j a t
is very important
here for the note,
burger Bros. A Ci
most stylish and best tail
ored clothing to he had at
moderate prices." In fact,
a good custom tailor could
not give you better styled,
belter finished or better
fitting clothing at double
our prices. For proof of
this come and see our
spring sack suits at #10 to
#20. All the new single
and double breasted cuts
in the new lengths, with
shaped back, are here in
the new patterned grav
worsted, also in fine final
ity black t-hibets and un
dressed worsteds. Wheth
er you prefer an extreme
or conservative style, you
can be absolutely sure of
finding exactly what you
want in our great collec-
tion °f spring suits. All the up-to-date fashions in spring
hats, Oxfords and haberdashery at prices that will save you
money. Give us a call; we will show you a great line
spring goods at prices that will astonish you.
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IBICMA(L*. «T1 AN '4 C0*J
BARNETT, ST. JOHN & CO.