P. F. Cuttino «S Co.
Direct attention to the new styles in “\Y. B.”
corsets, which are modeled to conform to the
present modes in dress.
P. F. CUTTINO d CO.
Will hold next Monday and Tuesday—April
With and 17th—a special sale of Ladies’ HAND
KERCHIEFS. All pure linen hemstitched
Handkerchiefs in different width hems, worth
up to 25 cents each, are offered at 10 cents each
or #1 .15 per dozen.
Miss Ella Turner’s showing of
the latest creations in hats and
millinery goods is attracting much
attention. Visit this store; in the
Reese opera house block.
Mr. .1. M. Boone, who is sick at
the residence of Ins son, D. W.
Boone, in Newnan, is Ivelieved to
1h* improving. His wife, who is
critically ill, is no better.
A large shipment of new laces
just received. Patterns you will|
not see elsewhere at prices that |
cannot be touched by the others.
I*. F. t’uttino & Co.
Dr. and Mrs. Boykin, of Car- j
roll ton, visited relatives in New
nan last Sunday. Mrs. Boykin
was formerly Miss Allene Bradley
and is quite well known in this \
Give us a chance
and we will save
Newnan Hardware Company
We make it ex
pensive to trade
j Local News of Newnan |
Alton Addy visited Turin Sun
Straw hats for Easter at Barnett,
St. John & Co’s. 1
Genuine Cuba molasses.
Bradley & Banks. •
Get your Easter outlit at Bar- j
nett, St. John & Co’s. 1 I
A car load Barnesville buggies.
Bradley & Banks.
llani]) Harrison, a well known
resident of Senoia, was mingling
with friends here yesterday.
For Rent—Six room cottage in
South Newnan, close to public
school. Apply to Box H»2, City.
The showing of new and artistic
millinery goods at Miss Ella Tur
ner’s store is delighting the ladies.
Lost—Peacock. Been missing
1 about two weeks. Any informa
tion will be appreciated. Stewart
G. T. Williams, of Temple, Ga.,
brother-in-law of the late Mrs. O.
T. Williams, is in the city for a
We expect early next week a
Silk gloves in all colors at P. F. fresh shipment of the celebrated
Cuttino & Co’s. “Hawes” hats. None better made.
Banister and walkover oxfords i P. 1. Cuttino A’Co.
at Barnett, St. John iS: Co’s. 1 Holt and Cates’ annual easier
For Rent—Several nice cottages. i opening occurs Friday and Satur-
Apply to h. B. Mann, City, tf It "ill be one of the attrac
tions of the Easter season.
Dr. John G. Earnest was in tin
H. M. Hughs, who was associate i
ed in business during the past two ]
years with his father, R. Hughs, !
is opening up a grocery store of
his own in the building formerly
occupied by Neely Bros.
The greatest values in white
goods we have ever offered. Sounds
strange with cotton at present
price, but is true. We bought!
early and saved 25 per cent on our
purchases. P. F. Cuttino & Co.
Congressman Adamson has sup-j
plied Judge L. A. Perdue with a!
lot of garden seed for free distribu- j
tion; and, also, with a lot of Haw-;
kins cotton seed. Persons desiring |
seed are requested to call at the j
Mrs. Z. Greene and little daugh- !
ter, Martha, have returned from a
stay of six weeks in Birmingham.
They visited Mrs. Greene’s sister, !
Mrs. Glover, who has been dan
gerously ill, but whose condition
is now greatly improved.
Dr. J. W. Taylor, of Luthers-
ville, passed through Newnan yes
terday en route to Cave Spring to
attend a meeting of the Board of |
Trustees of the State Deaf and
Dumb Institute. Dr. Taylor is
one of the able members of this
We sell Soul horn Queen Ranges, the best
range made for the price. They last longer
t han nt her ranges t hat cost more money, and
the repairs for the forty or fifty ranges now in
Newnan amounts to almost nothing.
Wo are now selling a first class coal burning
stove. High prices for wood are making these
very popular; if you are tired of buying high
priced stove wood let us help you.
Blue Flame Odorless and Smokeless Oil
Stoves make summer cooking a pleasure. We
have the Standard Oil Company's latest im
proved oil stove, in one, two and three burners.
Shey are greatly improved over the 11105 model.
Our line of garden tools is complete. One
and two pronged garden hoes, lawn rakes, po
tato hooks and spading forks.
A good, heavy garden t rowel for 10c.
Our scissors are the best. They are sold tin
dor an absolute guarantee—if you are not
pleased with your purchase we take them back.
We carry alll sizes and styles, including ladies’
embroidery, manicure and left hand scissors.
Our Keen Kutter Saws, Hatchets, Drawing
Knives, Planes, Adzes, Sheep Shears, Razors
and meat knives are fully warranted; you
can’t buy better tools for any price
We have just received a shipment of house
paint, stains, varnishes and hard oil finish.
Our paint is strictly pure and sold under a
guarantee. We will save you money on paints,
oil, paint brushes and all painters’ supplies.
The n ov wood finish for floors, furniture, and
screen doors. Costs but 1 ill lo and wears like
Peerless Iron Enamel
For grates, hearths, etc. One pint can for 20c
a brush free with every can.
In liquid nr paste form will make your old
stove just like new.
Newnan Hardware Co.
Ready-made skirts and waists at
. F. <’uttino N: < 'o’s.
Panama hats, for Faster, at Bar
nett, St. John N: Co’s.
Purina feed is line for mules and
horses. Bradley N: Banks.
Nice line of Panama hats at Bar
nett, St. John & < 'o’s.
deception Flour for good biscuit
and cakes. Bradley dx Banks.
Get your straw hat for Faster at
Barnett, Ht. John A- Co’s.
The best in silks at the lowest
prices, at P. F. Cuttino dx Co’s.
Canton No. 5 corn planters do
fine work. Bradley A Banks.
Mr. Jeff Cotton, of Moreland,
was in Newnan yesterday.
Miss Bessie Camp, of Moreland,
spent Monday in Newnan.
want in linens,
lowest. P. F. Cuttino A Co.
Visit Miss Ella Turner’s milli
nery store in the Reese opera boost
block and see the display of lint
hats anil millinery goods.
Mrs. Willa Holt Wakefield, a
sister of Mr. J.R. Holt of Newnan,
Our prices bhe j ^ latly who has won a reputation
as an elocutionist and impersonator
in the Southern anti Eastern Slates,
has signed a contract for two years,
at a large salary, with Keith, the
New York vaudeville manager.
Anew shipment of embroidery The dwelling, smokehouse and
Willis Jones, of Atlanta, Mrs - Anderson’s parents in Cotom-
was in Newnan last Friday.
Dr. J. C. Anderson spent last
has .just been received. 5500 yards , blacksmith shop on Mr. C. I*,
in this lot at very low prices. Stephens’ place, t) miles northeast
P. F. Cuttino A Co. j of Franklin in Heard county, were
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church set j destroyed by lire a few days ago.
vices Sunday atlLBO p. in. by Rev.! Stephens’ loss amounts to
Robert F. lie Bell. A cordial i„. | about #H00. His tenant lost about
vitation extended to all. 1*200; including#145 in cash,which
was burned in the house.
Remember the Easter egg hunt
at Mineral Spring tomorrow (Sat- J Our spring line of clothing for
unlay) afternoon from three to men and boys is complete. Do
five o’clock. Admission, 10 cents.j not miss seeing this line before
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson l ,,l,(:hasi "K' <’ w ‘‘ it to yo.uv
announce the birth of a daughter, f 11 ' lo < )ur ‘■' otl } i " , f
... ’.I has a national reputation; the best
dealers in every town handle
last Saturday, at the resilience of
Saturday anti Sunday in Columbus.
Straw hats for young men and
boys, at Barnett, St. John A Co’s.
New spring line of Monarch
Shirts at Barnett, St. John A Co’s.
“Eclipse” shirts in the new
spring patterns at P. F. Cuttino A
For Rent—A good four-room j
John Hardaway, who has been
painfully ill during the past two
weeks, is improving, to the gratifi
cation of the friends of himself and
Hugh Hill, formerly of Newnan,
now a resident of West Point, has
been elected superintendent of the
electric light plant anti system in
Mr. Tom Nall is in Newnan for
Fechheiiner and Kirschhaum cloth
ing. Suits a little better than you
will see elsewhere at prices a little
cheaper than you can buy the same
quality. P. F. Cuttino A Co.
Eighteen acres belonging to
lion. R. D. Render anti situated
back of his home on 11 ill street was
recently eondemed by the Atlanta,
Birmingham A Atlantic Rail mail
for tin* purpose of locating there
their extensive sitle tracks and
terminal freight facilities. The
matter was submitted to arbitra
tion and a board of arbiters ap
pointed, consisting of Roy Dallis
for the railroad, L. J. Rentier for
R. D. Render, and S. M. Murray,
of Newnan, who was appointed by
Judge It. W. Freeman. The arbi
ters rendered a decision Thursday
night awarding Mr. Bender #4,500
for the land and #750 as conse- I
qiiential damages, makinga total of!
*5,250.—LaG range Graphic.
Mrs. J. S. Miller, who is dan
gerously ill at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. II. C. Fisher, is expected to I
live but a shorttime. The friends j
of this excellent lady anil her lain- j
ily are deeply grieved to learn of
Wo nro through with tlm Opening. While we
Hold a great- many lints, we are receiving now ones
by express and we can show you a most complete
line of millinery. We have everything lliat’H
swell and all the latest styles. Drop in and let’s
talk over a spring hut. We can please you. We
curry nothing but the best a #o,0(K) stock to se
house in east Newnan
A. B. Cates.
Apply to ja short stay, after which he will go
1 I to Palatka, Florida, where his
L 0st _A bunch of keys. Please j company has a contract to install a
return to the Southern Express j water plant.
Office and get reward. 1 j Mr. I). T. Manget anti Mr. Wil-
We can fit you out in fine attire l*vis returned Friday from a
for Easter. Give us a call. I tri P Hava » a via Key West.;
j Barnett, St. John A Co. j Mr - Manget visited his father in !
Mrs. L. M. McGehee, of Mail-!
ras, is attending the sessions oi
The most complete stock of hos
iery ever shown in Newnan at P.
F. Cuttino A Co’s.
Mr. N.T. Wright has purchased
the cottage on A mail Street owned
by Mrs. Joel Ramey.
Nice line of straw hats for young
men and boys, just received at
Barnett, St. John & Co's.
Florida on his return.
The latest anti lovliest fashions
anil fads in fine millinery and thei
lovliest display of artistic hats for j
ladies will l*e found at .Miss Ella
Turner’s millinery store.
Mrs. Komaire, Mrs. Frank Kel
son, Mrs. Samuel Askew of At
lanta, Mrs. Callaway of Washing
ton, Ga., and Mrs. Wiley of Pal
metto, are among the persons call
ed to Newnan this week by the ill
ness of Mrs. J. S. Miller.
Wheels for girls
Wheels for boys
Wheels for women
Wheels for men
All sizes and
All prices at
Mr. J. S. Miller’s sawmill, in
the Fourth district, was destroyed
by fire last Sunday night.
Mrs. Lela Adams
Luther Drake, of Alabama, spent a
few flays recently with relatives here.
Rev. Jim Nolan, Ed Kirkland, Will
Stewart and T. W, Cook, of Senoia,
worshipped here Sunday.
Rev. E. A. Wart! filled his regular ap
pointment)) here Saturday and Sunday.
J. A. Hyde ban a new hoarder at bin
house. It in a boy.
Mrs. S. A. Entrekin, Mrs. John Oav-
ender and Mrs. it. H. Addy are on the
Hewlette Hunter spent Sunday at
W. E. Morgan, of Newnan, worship-
ed here Sunday.
M. P. Elmore in on the nick liHt.
The Earmer’H Union will meet here
Saturday, 14th, hint., at 7:<K), p. rn.
tion of country haw been the absorbing
topic of general discussion among our
people for HtiVeral weeks. The road ex
pected to run through this part of tlm
county is u branch of the Atlanta and
Birmingham, to extend from Warm
SpriugH to Atlanta. One of the surveys
already nmde, pannes about one mile
(last of here; another survey expected to
bo nmde, willjpasH through the, town and
it is confidently believed by those in po
sition to know that this will be the line
decided upon. There is not a prettier
location for a good town in the county
than at Haralson and its only drawback
is its lack of railroad facilities. Wo are
glut! to he on ttie main right of way of
lantu a few weeks ago, was a visitor in
Haralson Iasi Sunday.
Much corn was planted in this com
munity last week. The farmers have
been unusually active the past week in
preparing their corn and cotton lands.
One of Mr. J. W. Hutchinson’s little
boys happened to the painful accident
of sticking a pitchfork in ItiH foot last
Sunday afternoon. It seems that the
little fellow ran against the pitchfork
lying in the garden.
Mrs. J. A. Addy is expected to visit
relatives in South Georgia the latter
part of this week.
“Uncle Wesley'’ Addy, wlm has been
tin; popular railroad and are ready to ; <f n > t,: >» ,,ow ”‘ ucl1 improved we
: grant them any line through the city a,-H to ' oarn '
! that they desire. I We are glad to know that Mrs. Henry
.. ,, , ■ «Pope is somewhat improved.
Haralson .s well represented m Allan- j pn|f> L> Ba , lU8> of N()WUan , was
ta tliis week. Among those who went .
i in our town last week slinking bunds
Kev. G. W. Farr, of Senoia, filled his
monthly appointment at the Methodist
church Saturday and Sunday, preaching
two very strong sermons. Mr. Farr is
greatly beloved by the members of his
church at this place and is held in high
esteem by all the people, irrespective of
The question of a railroad for this sec-
up to the Gate City are: W. A Grove... wUh hjs , fnends. He will get a
stein, J. A.Hutohmson W L. Garnson, fl|)e vote in tllis diHtric c in his race for
Benjamin Taylor, R. L. Brandenburg)^ of tlie court .
and wife and Lon Bishop. j Next Sunday being Easter,appropriate
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rawls visited gt)l .vice8 and exercises will be l,eld at the
! relatives at Zebulon Saturday and Sun-1 Lutheran church. Members of the
| day- church and their friends are preparing
j Mrs. S. A. Foster is still in Covington, j to have a nice program of exercises, be-
i where she lias been for several weeks! sides the regular Easter sermon at 11
.with her little grand-daughter, who has | 0 ’olock Sunday morning. Rev. DA.
j been quite ill with pneumonia. j Box, of Carrolltou, will preach the Kas-
I P. J. Reeves, who moved up to At- ter sermon.