Wc lllive just coil! | llflt C(1 tilH
instnllnti<iti of ••Icimric ’itrhting
machinery in our nton* by
nii‘iui« of which wo produce tl’c
first day current generated in
Newnan stores. r Pliim equip
ment enables us to operate a
miinhcr of faun day and night,
making our atom by far t ho
coolant and moat comfortable
a j lot in town, and the only at ore
in Ncwnan thus equipped".
Tltemi fans add wonderfully
lo the place, and in connection
with our complete soda foun
tain enable us to give tile peo
ple a quality of mala service
which has hitherto been impos
sible. Come in and investigate
for yourself the advantages we
olier, test the numerous de
lightful concoctions in drinks
and creams which make t he hot
season more bearahle. Ilring
your friends here, your visitors
and your family.
This new improvement is in
line with our constant effort to
ward improvement in store
equipment, stock and service,
yet all such improvements add
nothing to the cost of the goods
we sell; they are miuie neces
sary and tile expense incident
to them is met bv a growing
trude. We hope to merit more
and more the patronage of our
friends which makes this
growl h possible.
let us have the opportunitv
to supply your needs in the
drug line. Xu mat ter what is
a anted you will find it here in
reliable quality and at t lie low
est price at which good goods
can lie sold.
Holt «S Cates
He says further that he was not
seeking to dictate to his constitu
ents the course they shall pursue
in nominating a candidate for gov
ernor and was not seeking to itt-
tl lienee their actions in State
The editor of the News lias read
Congressman Adamson’s letter to
Itis constituents, and had read his
Warm Springs speech I adore the
paragraph printed in last week's
News was written. We were not
misled by the Constitution’H head
lines, but based our conclusions on
the speech and on actual conditions
in the Fourth District when the
following paragraph was written:
In Itis speech of acceptance, de
livered to the convention, Con
gressman Adamson aligned him
self squarely with tin* Howell ele
ment tit Stab- politics. His speech
has raised a storm of protest
throughout the district, and Mr.
Adamson is being severely criti
cised by thousands of his constit
uents because of Itis unnecessary
and unwise utterances.
The statement that Congressman
Adamson aligned himself squarely
with the Howell element in State
polities was not based on the Con
stitution's headlines, but on the
fact that In 1 occupied the stum* al
titude oectt pied by Mr. Howell and
his supporters at every point
where his speech touched the is
sues that art* being contested in
the present State campaign. As
il was not necessary that Congress
man Adamson should discuss
these questions in his speech of ac
ceptance, the conclusion wits nat
ural thill lie elected te discuss
thc'n for tin* express purpose of
aligning himself with llinl (•lenient
in State politics.
ferns anrl ent flowers. Pink and white
were the prevailing colors Delightful
ices were served. Those who enjoyed
the hospitality of ttie lovely young bos
less were Misses Lillie Fall, Charlie
Maud Hamilton, Allie Atkinson, ICssie
Cline, Jessie nml Faye Hodnett, Kate
nnd Rntli Cocke; Messrs. Retd, Bran
denhnrg. I.Inch. Hodnett, Atkinson,
Brakefleld, Haggarly, Kedwine, Gre*-n,
Harold and Paul McKnight. "
At the M. E. Church Sunday morning
a line sermon was delivered by Presid
ing Elder B. P. Allen, from the text,
"Straight is the gate and narrow do
wny which leadeth unto life, and few i
there be that find it.” The text was
closely followed throughout and the
congregation departed feeling that it
was indeed n hard matter to enter the
kingdom of heaven; but at the evening
service comforting words were delivered
by the pastor, Rev. A. H. S. Bugg, from
the text—"Fear not little (look ; for it is i
your Father’s good pleasure to give you
(i run tv 11 li! will soon have a handsome
new school building. On the return of
T. M. Zellers from Cumberland, the j
Trustees, l)r. G. W. Glower, N. O.
Bunks and T. M. Zellers, will proceed to
levy a tux on property in school district,
lifter which bids will be received for
building same, us Judge Hurt. Attorney
General. Inis informed the Trustees that
the railroad tight does not effect the
taxing of property in School Di-tnet,
except that owned by railroad.
Prof. Marvin Banks, of Philadelphia,
siM-nt several days last week with h.s
luother, N. <). Banks.
Miss Emma Belle Zell-iis accompanied
her little niece, Ella Zellers Ward,home
to Atlanta, where she will be the gin-st
of her sister, Mrs. Will Ward.
Mis Glenn Arnold and Mrs. W G.
Sadler were in Ncwnan Friday.
Misses Janie Null and Gladys White
Edwin Banks and Tom Fuller attended
a party given by Miss Janclle Payne, in
Hogansville, Friday night.
Miss Bessie Arnold, of Bninhndgc
The number of vehicles we have sent out already
this season does not diminish our stock. We supply
the vacancies with newer and up-to-date Surries
and Buggies as we send them out.
We are always glad to show to you the best and
largest line of vehicles in Newnan. We extend you
a cordial invitation to come to see us.
Tilt* slutcmciit til til (Itis speech wastlm guest Saturday and Sunday of
raist-il a storm of protest anil criti '* ,SR buoilc Banks
cism among Congressman Adam
son's constituents is true
Mrs. Hugh Brooks and Mrs. It,ilia
Hodges, of Hogansville, visited the fnin-
,lml ilies of W. M. and J. T. White la-1
BRADLEY & BANKS
while but little lias appeared in week.
the newspapers to indicate the Roy Holmnnon, of Newnan, was tin
magnitude of this w idespread sen guest Sunday ot W
timeiit, it exists throughout Hit
Fourth Distriet among; the major y,,,n„ ls
it,V ul voters, Miss Ellli- Hill and E. C Haynes, of
Further than this (lit- News Morulnntl, visited Miss Willie Jeter Kun-
flutrat-teri/ed (’on gross man Ail
Miss Mary Beth Word, of Hogans,
villi*, spent Monday with Miss Estelle
The Newnan News
Issued Evory Friday.
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unison's utteranees as unnecessary
and unw ise. The News was ex
pressing: its honest views, and tlit*
honest views, we believe, til a ma
jority of the voters of tin* Fourth
Distriet. < 'ongressman Adamson
doubtless believes that his utter-
anees wen* not unwise and that
tht> occasion demanded that he
out Mary Hopkins have
returned from n visit to their sinter,Mrs.
R. F. Yeager, at Bethlehem.
Mrs. J. 1). Moreland. Mrs. W. G.
Sadler anil Lowdnes Sadler spent Thurs
day in Atlanta.
Mrs. S. E. Leigh went to LuGrnnge
William Banks and Will Piwt spent
Sunday in Newnan.
W. A. Nall left Friday for Savannah
1 l I
niont Continental Chapter, D. A. K.. at
tended the meeting of the Chapter, June
1 Ath. The Chapter will not hold anoth
er meeting until Sept. 15th.
Mr. Leroy Harris will soon begin to
erect a handsome brick residence on one
of the principal streets.
Architects were here recently to sub
mit plans tor a handsoni.i home soon to
be built for Mr. Thomas Daniel.
Mr. T. E. Oulbreath has purchased the
livery business of Mr. Joseph Givms.
Mrs. Etta Irwin, of Atlanta, was the
guest of Mrs. Ballard Irwin last week.
Mr. Irwin Culbrenth, n popular young
should voice his opinions in a pub- assume his position as reporter for
lie manner. At most, these mat- ^'“"tah News
. Miss Estelle Zt-llnrs is spending a few
liemsclxes into (liller- days in Newnan, the guest of Miss Be
- j ences of opinion between Congress- netta Orr.
fnm j - D rcc man iniuvAM sain man Adamson and the News; and Mr. and Mrs. J. R Cotton visited
CONGRESSMAN ADAMSON AND , hia r ,. mlllv is,
. , , ,. Mrs. Hattie Harris and children, of stdesman foi Kelly Bios, of Atlanta,
tin gentlemans personal ettor Atlnntft Rre guests of Mrs. Emmett i his parents last week,
and public letter as a candid pre- anwo |j
sentation of his honest views and Lindsey Whitehead and Paul Bugg
real position in State polities, we , spent last week with friends at Mount-
see no reason advanced which
Miss Minnie White, of Lone Oak, is
, , , the guest of Miss Willie May Lambert,
that the stutmonts made last week
The News is in receipt of a letter
from Congressman Adamson,dated
in Washington City, June Hi.lilOti,
in which oar congressman slates wo ,nd lead The New’s'Vt.' eon’eliiile !
that this paper presented an er
roneous view, last week, of his
NlRHH-h of acceptance at the Warm
Springs convention. Since the re
ceipt of this letter by the News,
there lots appeared in Georgia
daily papers aeopy of a letter writ
ten b\ Congressman Adamson to
citizens of Lu<irange who publicly
criticised bis Warm Springs speech
and joined issue with him inn
Boozer Payne went to Atlanta Tues-
were not justifiable and perfectly day.
natural conclusions, coupled with
plain statments of facts in refer
ence to the etfeet of Congressman
Adamson's speech upon the atti
tude of It is constituents.
Mrs. Mollie Lyle and Ada Robertson
visited Mrs. Eddie Hayes Saturday.
Miss Alice Robertson returned Sun
day lrotn a visit to Lutherville.
Misses Callie Abrams and Lutie
Golightly have returned from a visit to
Mrs. Joe Jones, at Riverdale.
Mr. Edwin Banks, of Grantville, was
a visitor in town last week.
Mrs. Mary Steed and Miss Marion ,
Steed are visiting relatives in Clarkston
Carlton Reid, son of Judge Reid, of i
Atlanta, is the guest of relatives nere. j
Mrs. Dunrd Bullard entertained in- ’
formally, for the young society set. one |
Miss Love Stevens and W. H. Wnlker j evening last week, in compliment to her
spent Sunday with friends at White n *eoe, ^ 1K - S bucile Smith, who hits re-
Mrs. J. E. Lyons, of Hampton, is the
W. A. Bohannon
was in Newnan
ociitlv returned from Wesleyan College.
Mr. Claud Oulbreath left Monday to
attend the session of the summer school
gard to Itis position in reference to "« rtl 'w* •'»« *»«•»«•
.... li. b. Arimll, ot Sov ulo, h pent ouo dnv
certain matters ol public interest mu ,, ltly lu>n ,
that are being discussed in the
present gulicrnntoriul campaign.
Mrs W. G. Sadlerspc.it a few days at Oxford, preparatory for regular class
this week with her little grandson, enrollment in September.
Mr. John Varner is occupying the
Zellars, on Thomas
The length of this letter makes it
impossible tor the News to furnish
its readers with a copy of it in
Philip Jones, of Newnan.
Miss Marie Sewell, after a fuw days home of Dr. I.
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Brooks are visit- visit to Miss Gladys White, has returned -
iug the latter’s parents in Jonesboro. to her home at Lone Oak. The lirst Methodist church will soon
Mrs. M. E. Green and grand daughter, Mrs. Ira Seroggin and daughter, Mrs. bo supplied with a new organ.
Eunice Alexander, are visiting relatives Dent, of Newnan, are at the home of ! i he Palmetto Woman s Club was de
in Carrollton. Judge T. M. Lester. lightfulty entertained by Mrs. Duard
Dr. W. 11. McCrary attended the I E. B Cotton is iu Newnan. Bullard on the afternoon of the 15th,
these columns, but many of them Walker-MoOmry wedding in Monroe. Rev. W. R. Lambert and wife, of N,n > M. A. Wiley, the President, in the j
" ill l ead it iu tin* daily papers. Mr. S. O. Smith left Saturday for i Hogansville, were guests Friday of Mr. °hair. Several very interesting histori-
I n his personal letter to the edi- New York City, where he will spend the , and Mrs James Gilbert. cal papers were given and a delightful,
tor of (he News ('oiurressimm V.l summer. 1 Tom Latimer, of Hogansville, was in musical program given by Miss Ethel j
i . . • Miss buoy Fllis, of Oakland, is the Grantville Sunday. Re,d aud Miss bucile Smith, after
»msou say s lie thinks this paper Rnegt . of Miss Dora Powers . Mr. and Mrs j. G. Burdette, Dr. J. which delicious refreshments were serv-
has done him an injustice; and, as Miss Margaret McKnight is visiting T. Latimer, Tom Turner and Lovick ed by the hostess.
that kind ol treatment is not know- relatives in Alnany. Ponder attended quarterly meeting here The guns recently given the Daugh-
ingly accorded to any man by this M 'ss bizzic Hill, of Inman, is the Saturday. ters of the Confederacy by Senator Clay,,
paiicr the News takes nloasnre in « ue8t of ,u ' r 8lsU ’ r ’ Mr8 ' ° A - Ni l’Per. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson, of New- have arnved aud wil1 soou counted j
V Mrs. Celia Boswell and daughter. May mui, spent Sunday with Mrs. Emmett ftud P laca d at the base of the Coufecler-
making an open reply to our Con- j ean , an , vUltlllK Mr *. c . c . MoKuighr. I Sewell. * ■»« monument,
gi essman s letter. Mrs. W. J. Cooke entertained very de-. T. L. Lambert brought to town on —————
In his letter Congressman Ad- i lightfully at tea Tuesday evening. June 10th a ootton bloom of the Hoke
unison says that the Atlanta ('on- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Arimll, of Monti- Smith variety, ahead ot all others,
stitution placed “misleading head- 06,l °’ ftr * * fnesU of the termer s
li„^" i,;„ ..... , .. . ! parents. Several of the vonng people attended
oxer his spew hot accept-1 Mr. G. D Pollook aud Mr. 8. J. El- Palmetto. I the all-day singing at Line Creefc Sun-
ani*e; that it wits a "Democratic der spent Sunday here. ——— <i ay
sjH*«oh. sulxstantially such as i Miss Annie liigraham, of Atlanta, is Dr. James Stacy, of Newnan,preached Earnest McCullough aud daughter, of j
Newnan, spent Sunday with Mr. aud j
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have made many times in the, v * s ' t ' n g Mrs. M. H. Couch. two fine sermons at the Presbyterian
Fourth Distriet. making no refer-' Miss Stella Hogg entertained last Fn-1 olmroh on Sunday, June 17th. Dr.
Hiiiwt n . n vn.n,i;,l.b> nr ^ day evening in honor of Mr. J.P. Green, Stacy is a much beloved pastor, and
nrt to aii> candidate or even men- j of Wayue8boro . The beautiful tecep-1 popular with all denominations.
turning the rat* lor governor.” |tion ball and parlor ware decorated inj Mrs. 8. M. Dean, Regent of the Pied-
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W. E. Henslee aud Leonard Neill,who
graduated at Emory College, are at
Regent of the Pied- home.
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