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W. T.. KEMP,
VICE RUES. AND TREAS.
J. W. AN1)KI'.WS,
LOANS OF $1,000 TO $20,000 PLACED AT LOW
RATES ON IMPROVED FARMS IN THIS COUNTY
If you desire such a Loan, write us fully.
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Ai s Atlanta, Georgia.
Attorney Wanted to Act
as Local Corresponden
* Local News of Newnan
Buy your sidewalk tile from the
Newnan Tile Works. tf
Go to the Newnan skating rink
next Monday night.
l>r. Anderson, Dentist; gas ad
ministered; Sal bide Bldg. tf
The skating rink opens again
next Monday night.
Keroggin's is the place to have
your pictures framed, cheap. 1L’
Paul Paver Greenfield, of At
lanta, is visiting Tom Bee (’amp.
There will be lots of fun at the
skating rink next Monday night.
Mr. (Juinn, of Washington, Ga.,
spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Harry Briggs and children,
of Atlanta, are visiting (’apt. and
Mrs. E. I). House.
Next Monday night the Newnan
skating rink reopens for this sea
son. Don't miss the opening
Ben Orr, son of Hon. and Mrs.
I. N. Orr, has been ipiite sick for
two weeks. His condition is im
Mr. Lewis Hill, who has been
dangerously sick during the past
three or four weeks, is slowly re
Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Zachary
One of the Matty YInrveiN
Among the many marvels of thlB
marvelous age there is none more
striking and none more characteristic
than the art of advertising as develop
ed in modern times. We talk much
nbout the wonders of the telephone
and the phonograph, about the aston
ishing expansion of railroads and teleg
raphy, but here we have an Industry
ns remarkable for its extension and as
wide and varied in its applications ns j
anythin? of man's device in any era of
the world's history. When there Is
brought into consideration the vast
amount of money expended In ndver-
have been in Alabama during the <isin,; 1,1 onr ">e novel atnl in-
, , ,, genius methods employed and the ex-
past two Meeks, where the tonner i poi-t skill and artistic talent engaged in ,
is attending to business matters. the business, one may begin to realize j
r ^ , what a wide field has been opened here
( el. Lloyd Ihonuus, ot lalia- for some of the highest and most use- |
poosa, who has been critically ill f ’*l forms of human endeavor.
for several weeks, is recovering. I „ ™ **■ "Discs-,uul they are not
^ ft few—It remains true that advertising
His ( oweta friends will be glad to is one of the greatest of popular edu-
hear this news. cators and one of the chief promoters
of human happiness and prosperity,
Yes, we manufacture picture anil there are yet many ways In which
frames and make high grade por j 1 extended to the still greater
., , , ... . : benefit of the world. No good reason
Halts in i a,\on, I us tel and Sepia. PX | S | H why the churches, the Sunday
Newnan Picture Frame Works.
Brewster Bldg. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Banks and
Prof. Marvin Banks spent several
days in Alabama, recently. Mr.
Banks lias been indisposed since
his return home.
Orman Powell is home from An-
urn, Ala., to spend vacation, lie
was among the number awarded a
eertillicate of distinction in a class
of BIO students.
Prof. A. McB. Hansom, assist
ant professor of Analytical Chem
istry, Alabama Polytechnic Insti
tute of Auburn, Ala., spent a few
days with home folks, recently.
For Sale—ThrccNO-saw Winship
' gins; also complete M linger system.
Will sell all or part; cheap, for
cash or on time. B. 11. Dial,
Newnan, Ga., It. F. D. No. I.
Prof. Marvin Banks, of the
I’niversity of Pennsylvania, is
spending his vacation witli rela
tives and friends in Newnan, Pal
metto and other < icorgia cities and
Mr. Tom Hughes, of Atlanta, towns.
spent several days with his par- ,, ,, ,, , v ,
. ,, . , ' .... .. Messrs. II. IT. and V L. North
cuts, ltev. and Mrs. KG. Hughes, , .. ,
, ’ and T. M. Goodrum, the popular
recently. j , . xr , ..
J cashiers ot Newnan s three pros-
Miss Kate Faver is in charge of perous banks, attended the meet-
schools, the missionary societies and
other agencies of good should not nd-
■ verllse far more than they do and thus
add to the membership and their power
! in (lie community. To set their ad
vantages, aims and benefits before the
public in a proper way and form would
Involve no loss of dignity or prestige,
while II would almost certainly widen
The time must come, ton, when the
absurd code which prohibits physicians
and other professional classes from nd-
| vertlslng themselves must he abolished.
There Is nothing Iml u sentiment to
I prevent It and u very weak sentiment
at that. It should bo no more Infra
dig for n physician or n lawyer to seek
patients or clients through the medium
of print than It Is for teachers, insur
ance men, real estate dealers or the
members of any other honorable trade
or calling.—Leslie's Weekly.
A Sample Line of Reach’s Goods.
/ • **
11(1 in. adjustable window screens 45c
lib in. adjust-able window screens 60c
—— 11 x (I-10 screen doors SI.00
3 \ 7 screen doors 1.10 and 1.25
51 x 7 fancy front doors 1.75
Screen door hinges 15c. 25c and 40c
Screen door stops, to keep your doors
from slamming 10c
the Superior Court Clerk's oflice
during the absence of Clerk Lynch
Kev. V. E. Manget left Saturday
for his home in Marietta, after a
delightful visit to his sons, D. T.
and V. E. Manget.
Mrs. B. H. A mail, of Alabama,
a daughter of Mrs. Lizzie Chandler
of Newnan, has been dangerously
ill but iH improving.
Miss M. O. Martin, of the New
nan High School, left for San
Francisco Tuesday to fill an en
gagement for the summer.
J. T. Williams, proprietor of j
the Newnan Bottling Works, is in
Franklin this week where he is
establishing a bottling plant.
Col. Howard Perdue, of Bir
mingham, was in Newnan several
days this week, the guest of his
brother, Judge L. A. Perdue. At
ing of Georgia and Florida bankers
in Atlanta this week.
.Major 1). P. Wood roof has gone
to Savannah to join ulishing party.
Mr. Geo. Sponcler and his son,
Hugh, will go Friday. Mr. II. P.
Woodroof is the host, and it goes
without saying ail will have a
Governor Terrell has authorized
the following rewards for alleged
Coweta county murderers: #1.00
for arrest of Arthur Johnson, in
dicted for murder of William
Thomas; #100 for arrest of Henry
McKeever, charged with murder
of Alex Weaver.
Have your mules and horses in
sured in the Mutual Life Stock In
surance Company of Georgia. Full
face value of all policies will lie
paid. For information and terms,
call on or write to J. W. Will-
one Theory or llie (mnlitlnii
t'oinex After Itentli.
Our life does not lie-in with birth,
nor does It conclude with death. It Is
only a section of the development of
mankind before and after us. We ex
isted before wo were born, and we
reap what the factors of our botng
have sown. So our life leaves Its after
effects, and they will ho what we have
The truth Is that while there Is no
I Immortality in the sense in which most
religions hold It If we accept their doc
trines in tlielr literal meaning, condi
tions In life are such In many respects,
as if these doctrines were true. For,
while our bodily existence Is wiped out
with all Its physiological functions, the
essential part of our own being (the
thoughts themselves) remain, and thus
our Immortality—not as a concrete In
dividual and bodily incarnation, Imt
our soul, our character, the Impulses
which wo have given In life to others,
our aspirations and most character
istic features—cannot be wiped out.
A man who keeps this thought In Ids
mind, either Intuitively by realizing the
power and Justice of the religious In
stinct or by having fathomed the prob
lem philosophically In Its very depths,
will not live for the present moment,
hut In consideration of the after ef
fects which his life leaves on the
world. And I would say that one of
the best tests for right action In n crit
ical situation is for a man to ask him
self, If 1 had passed away from this
life what would I wish that I had done
In this emergency? I am confident
that fho answer given to this nuestlon
would help us in the most difficult cir
cumstances to find the right solution.
—Dr. Paul Cams, Author of "The Soul
of Man,” “Chinese Philosophy,” etc..
A new shipment uf LEADER rubber hose,
5-ply, in t’5 a ml 5(1 fool lengths, every piece
guaranteed, per font 0C
Woven hose wi’h heavy robber linings, 1 ■ and
5!-1 sizes, in k’n and 5(1 lout lengths.9 and 10c
Solid si ream brass nozzles 25c
Spray nozzles . 35c
Hose reels, made of split hickory and mounted
on wheels, to close out . SI.00
Our New Perfection
Blue Flame Oil Stove is
( Legs fiOe ext ra.)
Single ovens, round
Single ovens, square
Double ovens, square
No. !i, 'J and I oil stove lamps, just the tiling
for healing water and doing light, cook-
Mason’s l-qt. fruit jars, per dnz 60c
Mason’s 2-qt. fruit jars, per dnz flOc
Mason's porcelain lined jar caps, packed with
rubbers, per dnz 25c
0(10 dozen jar rubbers, per do/,. . 5c
Newnan Hardware Company
Mrs. John Chandler returned to
Newnan last week from Lennox in
Berrien county, where she had
been visiting her son, (). L. Chan
dler. Mrs. Chandler has purchased
some property in South Georgia
and may reside there in the fu
ture. Another son, Hicks Chan
dler, is attending a business col
lege in Birmingham, and her
course will be determined by his
decision either to remain in New
nan or remove to South Georgia
sifter completing his business edu
UlUCl < d IIB^t XJ • • J Cl UdU. ill . *11 n If • u,ul v nuuniulivvD, dul do
regent he is in Senoia visiting his C0X ° M ’ age,,t , <01 ' ‘ 0W(,ta an ‘ Me ”' fur nwa - v - ln ° rder \° ' ,rov f th
,, ... ... wether counties, Newnan, Ga. tf necessary merely to dip a glass
other and other relatives. a strongly smelling subsume
Have you ever considered
the question of purchasing
an automobile? Without in
vestigation. you have proba
bly decided that an automo
bile is an expensive luxury
you cannot afford. Such is
not the case.* Automobiles
can be purchased at figures
so low that the prices are a
revelation to the average
man who is able to own one
of these machines. If inter
ested in the automobile ques
tion, consult Flannery. He
represents in Newnan lead
ing manufacturers of auto
mobiles, and will be pleased
to discuss the matter with
interested persons and pros
pective buyers of first-class
Frank J. Flannery
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Snail, and Odor.,
A professor In the University of Ge
neva says that snails perceive the odor
of many substances, but only when not
this It Is
ongly smelling substance and
\V. H. Gooddy, of Newnan, is bring It near the large tentacles of a
snail In motion. If It Is put close to
these horns the tentacles are violently
drawn hack. As the animal perceives
the odor It changes Its course. Snails
also smell by means of their skin. Con
tact is not necessary, for the mere vi
cinity of a perfume causes an Indenta
tion of the skin.
If you knew the value, of Chamber
lain's Halve you would never wish to be
without it. Here are some of the dis- j
eases for which it is especially valuable: I
sore nipples, chapped hands,burns, frost I
bites, chilblains, chronic sore eyes, itch
ing piles, totter, salt rheum and eczema. ;
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Dr.
Paul Penistou, Newnan, Ga.
For anything in music or inusi
cal instruments telephone No. DHL
SPECIAL SHIPMENTS P
Special shipments of Mm newest and most fusli-
ionablo hills and millinery goods are received so
often at 1 his store tImt (lie stock is always fresh
and attractive. The ladies of Newnan and Cow
eta County cannot fail to find here just what is
deciired in lovely Imth, (lowers, ribbons, etc. Tim
prices named on everyt hing are as reasonable as
the quality of the goods will warrant . The ladies
are invited and urged to visit us and examine our
Mrs. Lela Adams
visiting his sister, Mrs. L. Bau-
schell, at her home, <>(> Crumley
street. Mrs. Bauschell was injur
ed i1i the picnic collision of last
Wednesday, and her injuries have
proven more serious than at first
anticipated. — Monday’s Atlanta
The Skating Kink, which proved
so popular last summer, will again
open for the season on next Mon
day night at eight o’clock. The
new floor, just put down, is very
fine and the skates are in first-
class condition. Open each even
ing, eight to 10:30 o’clock, and on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
afternoons, 3:30 to six o’clock.
Dr. J. W. Taylor, of Luther
ville, with a dozen other promi
nent Georgians, will leave June
J-tth for Boston to attend the Tri
ennial Grand Chapter Royal Arch
Masons of America. Dr. Taylor
is the 'only Grand High Priest in
the United States, the only Geor- |
gian who has ever held office in
the Grand Chapter and the only
Southerner who has held this ex
alted position.—Griffin News and
A Wine Scheme.
“No matter what opinion Is offered,
you express a contrary view,” snid the
“Well,” answered Mr. Bllggins,
“that’s a way I buve of acquiring
knowledge. A man is more likely to
give up all he knows on a subject If
you get him to warm up with a little
controversial Indignation.” — Washing
“Do you think a man’s Influence lasts
after he Is gone?” asked the philoso
“Well, I should say!” cried the young
woman. “My husband tied my prop
erty up so that I can’t ever marry
again!”—Detroit Free Press.
Fame Is the Inheritance not of the
dead, but of the living. It Is we who
look back with lofty pride to the great
names of antiquity, who drink of that
flood of glory as of a river and refresh
our wings in It for future flight.—
Evil spreads as necessarily as dis
At the presents she receives, no
matter what they may he, or
where they came from.
Rut if yon wish to be sure that
your offering will receive the
admiring attention of everybody,
get it at this store.
Then you are SURE to be
right. You CAN’T go wrong by
giving cut glass and silverware.
And you CAN’T go wrong if you
get it here.
Everything w<> show you
would do credit to your judg
ment and good taste.
We can interest you at a small
price or as high as you care to
go in figures.
Always trust us to have the
H. S. BANTA
Sold by All Grocers
For Iiot Tea
ASK FOR OOLONG
For Iced Tea
BUY INDIA AND CEYLON
For General Hse
BUY" THE MIXED
Nothing is more refreshing than a cup of iced tea; nothing
more beneficial when tired than a cup of hot tea.
Always the Same