GOING TO 1010 EXPOSITION jJ
to sue what’s “doim**” in the vehicle world is a waste of time and
coin, for we are showing today just
mssibly more op-
what our competitors will
find there. There is
portunity for misr<‘presentation in vehic
les than in any other line. Take a
cheaply made body constructed of cheap
woods nailed together any old way,
skimped here and there, and after the
expert painter and varnislier gets done
it is hard to tell from a higher priced job.
The same coat of paint and varnish hides
the bad qualities of
the cheap job as thoroughly as the good
qualities of a better job!
The most expert examination on the floor of a re
pository cannot reveal tne wearing qualities of the ve
hicles. You can tell the shape of the body and springs,
the make of the coupler and the height of the wheels,
but that which makes the difference in value between
buggies must be left to the dealer who has made a study
of the business for 20 years, and whose honesty no one
questions, or to that expensive teacher, Mrs. Experience.
When we know the pride of the manufacturer—know
that he watches every stick of wood, every piece of
metal, every axle and every nut; and when the experience of our customers has invariably ver-
efied this, no one is surprised that our trade is growing so rapidly. When you see our line you
see part of the 1910 Exposition. EIGHTY-NINE SETS OF HARNESS.
ORR AND POWELL
Minn Eugenia Watkins, who had Just
ret unit'd Irani I tiGrattgn Komiiln Col
lage, left for Asheville, N C , wlmre
Him goon hh it delegate to tilt) Young Wo
mens Christian Association Convention.
Miss WntkhiH iiiprcseiitH LnGriuige F'n-
male Col logo. She lm* heou u Htuiiont
nt Huh college for tlm past two years and
has won iniiny houont. She was oIiokoii
onn of four |inoiIk out of ir>() girl* to
HjM'iik In it public debate given lit com-
luonoeuioiit thin your. She nil*I another
young lady won tlm debate, which was
quite a distillation. Her many friends
wherever she Is known, rejoice with her
in the many merited honors slip has
Hon. ,1. I*. Jones, of Kiversido, has
bought the tract of hind owned hy J. C
liass, of Carrollton, ell the Chnttiihon-
olme River at tlm railroad bridge. Mr.
Hass has linen tanking a hit of line brink
here, and Mr. Jones will greatly enlarge
the yards and prepare to do an extensive
business in tlie nianiifauture el brick.
K. I,. Wager el this place will superin
tend the work of milking brick
Fanners of tins community are gen
erally well up with their work. Crops
are locking line an I the outlook Is much
more favomhh then it usually is nt this
time of year. Wheat anti eats have
been harvested and the yield is good.
At (he monthly meeting ot the Bonrd
of Trustees el Hutcheson College lust
Saturday. 1’rof. V. D Whatley was en
dorsed. Ilis di ction was virtually as
sured, though tie dciluito action was
taken. So there is little doubt hut that
Prof. W hat ley will lie with us another
year, which Is very satisfactory to tlm
people of Whitcsliurg.
Utile Nancy Edgeworth, who Ims
been sulVcring with one of her eves sev
eral months, continues in this sad con
dition. Her father will carry her up to
Atlanta this week to he treated.
■I F. Shell, ol Culpepper, Va., was in
town a few dais last week, visiting rela
tives lie spunks of locating in Whites-
Mrs. H. T. On wry, of Williamsburg.
I\v spent scv> ml (lavs in Whitcshurg
last week, with her sister, Mrs. J. H.
Mrs \ I) Holloway and children, of
Mineral Spring, \ln . live been spend
ing several days with lu-r parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. N Kilgore
Miss Oncta Askew, of D-ieula, On.,
visited her sisters, Mrs. W II Parks and
Mrs. W H. Kelly, last week.
Miss Oleo l.)rewry, of Williamsburg,
Ky.. is expected to visit relatives in the
city this week.
Prof. Y. 1). Whatley returned home
Saturday, after spending several days at
Presiding Khler B P Allen, of La-
Grunge, was in Whitcshurg Friday and
held quarterly conference at tlie Metho
The friends of Miss Mary Lou Good
man will be glnd to know she is much
Walter Herrin and Prank Webb, of
Clem, were visitors m our town Friday
F. L. Wager went down to LuGuinge
on business Saturday.
J. A. Sims, otic of our enterprising
merchants,made a business trip to New
Mrs. W. L. Duncan and children, oi
NeWuan are spending the week with
relatives in and near town.
Mrs. 1. S. Ausley visited Newuuu last
it li Haines tindwi'i visited relu
tives at Sharpsburg lirst of tin* week.
K. M. Stevens and H. T. Lipscomb
visited at Villa Rica Sunday.
Henry Stevens wont over to Newtmn
James A. Kelly, who lias been in New
Orleans for some time, came home Sat
urday t-o spend a few days.
Dana Brantley und John Ausley, two
of eur ciever Whitcshurg boys who are
now expert telegraphers at Carrollton,
were at home Sunday.
Miss Mary Parks returned home this
week, after several days visit to friends
at Monte/,lima, Ga., Cumberland Island
and dilVereut points in Florida.
Miss Lizzie Watkins visited in Car
rollton lirst of the week.
Miss Mattie Ella Latimer,of Bantling,
visited Prof. V. D Whatley and tainily
Tuesday was one of those ideal rainy
days, if such there could lie. It remind
ed one strongly of Longfellow* poem on
the rainy day. It was a day for study
and meditation in tlm quiet mid unlm of
the home circle gathered in doors. If
snob days were tightly and wisely used
by the voung men and young ladies of
our country, for improvement of their
imnds, thov would lie nobly spent lo the
pleasure, imppiuessand pretit of nil.
Qunrteily meeting will lie held at the
M K. Church Hiiturdnv and Sunday
The Presiding Klder will prunnli at the
eleven o’clock sendee Sunday morning
The Ladies Parsonage Society will he
delightfully entertained this iilternooti
at the lieiue of Mrs, 1). Y Bryant (’like
an-l Ice* will he served. This Society is
n good ‘‘stand by” for the church and
parsonage. A handsome now carpet
purchased by them will soon replace the
one now in use on the church floor.
Mrs .1. i). Moreland spoilt a lew days
Inst week ill Newimu.
Miss Tommie White Ims returned
from u visit to Miss Annie Jean Oul-
breath, of Palmetto.
Mrs. T! Y. Clower is spending some
lime with her mother, Mrs Henry A.
T. M. Zcllars und family will leave to
morrow for a trip toCuinlierland Island
Miss Mary Clower made a visit to
relatives in Newnan last week.
Capt T. E Zellurs is recuperating his
health nt Indian Springs
Charlie Stewart Colley, who lias been
attending school at College Park, lias
just returned home from an eastern trip,
made immediately after the close of
Lindsey Whitehead, tin* adopted son
of Rev. and Mrs. A H.S. Hugg, tioonui-
pmtiod Robert and Paul Hugg home from
Oxford, where nil three have been at
tending Emory College.
L D Sewell and little daughter, El
len, spent Sunday nt the home of F. T.
Misses Janie Nall and Gladys White
visited miss Marie Sewell at Lone Oak
Mrs. O. K. Sewell is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. H. D. Pate, m Barnesville.
Edwin Banks spent Tuesday in At
Boo/.er Payne spent Tuesday night
with liis imrents in Hogaiisville.
Mrs. J. A. Bryant went to ImGrauge
Mrs. Martha McClure has returned
from a visit to relatives at Moreland.
Miss Jennie Lou Gill is visiting
friends at Fairburn.
Mrs. John Robertson and family spent
Sunday witli Mr. George Haynes at St.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Moore, of St.
Charles, were guests Sunday of their
mother, Mrs. Mattie Moore
Mrs. J. P. O’Neal was in Hogaiisville
Mrs. Will Ferret and Miss Nellie Fer-
ril visited relatives at Curetou Springs
Misses Myrtiee Redding and Sophy
Haynes, of Moreland, were at the home
of Misses Love and Pauliue Stevens Suu-
Miss Ida Rosser spent Saturday ami
Sunday with relatives at Moreland.
Dr. O. W. Clower made a professional
visit to Moreland Monday.
Hon. W. A. Post was ill Atlanta Tues
Howard Null, of Greenville, is in
Grantville for n week or two.
Col. W. G. Post, of Ni'wiinii, made a
visit, to liis parents Sunday,
Miss Annie I,ester, who is quite ill
with fever, is slightly improved today.
Mr. I,. J. Lowry, who lias been con-
litiod to liis bod for some time, is able to
Miss Ruth Null, of Sharpsburg, who
was flit'guest fern few days of Miss
Jollity Lester, Ims returned home.
Capt. T. K Zcllars, R. I. Sewell, W.
A. Bohannon, T. M. Zellers, Martin
Lambert and Tom (>rr hoard Hoke Smith
and Clark Howell speak in Atlanta Fri
John Burdette, of Lone Oak; Henry
Hayes, R. V. Watson. Jim Gordon and
Lee At tawny, of Moreland, were in
John Camp is home from Atlanta
R B. Russ*‘lt filled his appointment,
here Monday at noon, speaking to about
BO or 7B people While Ills talk was in
teresting und fluent, we doubt whether
it gained him any votes. We know
Hoke’s supporters are still linn, while
those on the fence only got off long
enough to hear him; and if the non
committal have committed themselves,
we have heard nothing of it.
James Priokott, Be PH Wise, Wilbur
Sewell, George Cochran, John Barron
and Jessie Fuller were nuiong these
from Meriwether county who heard
Russell here Monday.
The Home 1\Iission Society will meet
nt the M. H. Church Sunday afternoon
nt l o’clock. All members requested to
Sunday morning at the meeting of the
Juvenile Society the mite hexes for the
past quarter wore opened mid contained
$1-1.BO. This is tine, and does credit to
the officers of the Society as well as the
Miss Annie Newton spent n few days
in Newtmn the past week, the guest of
her sister, Mrs. S. T. Dukes.
Regular services were held nt Mace
donia Saturdny and Sunday. Good con
gregations both days enjoyed the gospel
and powerful sermons Bro. Roop de
Harry Register, of Atlanta, is visiting
his cousin. Allen Palmer,
Mrs. C. T. Sowell, of near Sargent,
and Mrs. J. M. Glass, of Happy Valley,
are quite sick.
Miss Emmie Luck, of Fairburn, is
now the guest of Miss Alioe Hyde. Miss
Luek is a former teacher and frequent
Allen Palmer, who Ims heen suffering
for the pnst six months from paralysis
caused by a fall received just before
Christmas, is very slowly improving.
For the past two weeks ho 1ms had fever
but his ease is more hopeful now.
Misses Dean and Marie Sanders spent
Sunday with the family of T.B Sanders.
Mr. Joe Brown, of Roanoke, Ala,, was
in Dodson Sunday,
Mr. und Mrs. E. C. Palmer announce
the approaching marriage of theirduugh-
ter, Jessie Witt, to Mr. Luther M.
Smith, of Atlanta, the wedding to take
place on the evening of the sMtli. No
cards have been issued.
The "St Elmo Hotel,” one of the best
equipped buildings in all this section,
was formally opened to the public June
Iflth. The management will be under
tlie direction of Dr. Hill Johnston and
liis sister, Mrs. Estes, of Atlanta, both
of whom will do everything possible for
the comfort of their guests.
Children's Day exercises were held nt
the First Methodist Church Sunday
night. Quite n good literary and mu
sical program was given bv the ohildren
and a nice sum was realized from the
Misses Mary Johnston ami Katharine
Reid leave next week lor Chicago. Miss
Johnston will stop in Chiougo for t
month, the guest of her mint, Mrs. J
D. Clark. Miss Reid will goon to Mil
waakee to visit college friends.
Miss Agues Chapman,of Quitman,ant
Miss Tommie White, of Hogivusvillo
two very bright- and charming girli
recently of Wosleynn College, are tin
guests of Miss Annie Gene Oulbreatl
Miss Alleeu Tolbert, of Atlanta, is tin
guest of tiie Misses Reid.
Mrs. Annie Johnston Parks, of Now
nan, is visiting her sister, MissMarj
Mr. and Mrs Boil Roan have recently
returned from Trenliain Springs.
Dr.G.L. Johnson is at Indian Springs
Mr. and mis, Ed Duke entertained in
formally one evening last week, nnc
quite a delightful evening was spent bj
the young people.
Mr. Vedder Steed entertained a largt
partv of his friends at moonlight pionit
lust week. Mr. Steed is a very populai
host, and leaves nothing undone for tin
pleasure of his guests.
James Knowles, of Fayetteville,visit
ed relatives here last Friday and Satur
Mr und Mrs J. (’. Lewis mid son, J.
C., Jr., visited relatives in Newnan lust
Saturday mid Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Ga'.nel spent Sun
day last with relatives at McCollum.
Cicero and Tommie Parrott, of Flat
Creek, were the guests of their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F M. Parrott last.
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Millard Meeks and
daughter, Miss Mildred, of Newnan,
were the guests of Cite latter's parents
here last Sunday.
Miss Mary Bell Brown has been on
the sick list for the past week.
Messrs. Willie McGee and Frank Par
rott visited relatives at Flat Creek last
Fred Brown visited liis sister, Mrs.
Charlie Sooley, at Stop, Ga.. last Satur
There will be a singing at Rock Spring
the fourth Sunday afternoon iu this
month. Everybody levs a special invita
tion to come and bring their song books.
The many friends of Mrs. I S. Shrop
shire. of Atlanta, who formerly resided
here, will be grieved to learn that there
is no improvement in her case.
John Roberts, of Palmetto, visited
friends here Sunday afternoon.
After several days pleasantly sjieiit
with relatives here, Miss Mini Chandler
returned to her home in Newnan last
F. M. Parrott and daughter, Miss Liz
zie. and S. O. Houston attended the all
day singing at Elienezer, iu Fayette
county, last Sunday.
M D. Thurmond visited relatives iu
Palmetto last Wednesday,
"Opportunity Knocks Once at Every
IT IS KNOCKING AT YOURS.
\\ e are ranking many changes in our stock, and new goods are re
ceived every day. We oiler the highest quality in all kinds of
Fancy and Family Groceries. Best Quality is what people want in
everything edible—especially when they can get it. at no greater
cost than inferior goods are sold by many dealers. You can always
find ’’Best. Quality ’ here, and get prompt service and courteous
If you are not now a customer, try us with an order and see
how you like our manner of dealing.
NVNNALLY & BARRETT,
The Bay Street Grocers