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VR.F 1M<RN. AND TRKAR.
.1. \V. ANDREWS,
LOANS OF SI,000 TO $20,000 PLACED AT LOW
RATES ON IMPROVED FARMS IN THIS COUNTY
If you desire such a Loan, write us fully.
THE SOUTHERN MORTGAGE CO.
iijs Atlanta, Georgia.
Attorney Wanted to Act
as Local Correspondent
i Local News of Newnanj
Dr. and Mrs. ,T. M. Couch, of 1
Moreland, wore among the visitors
in Newnan yesterday.
The appearance of the exterior
of the Virginia House has been
vastly improved by a coat of paint.
A tew hundred ltix’JO frames to
go at 75c. while they last.
12 Scroggin Furniture Co.
Judge L. A. Perdue and Sheriff
J. L. Brown went out to Mr. John
Pearson’s, in the Fourth District,
yesterday, to be present at a fish
The new Methodist church at fry.
Corinth will be dedicated the first Lost—Fleur-de-lis stick pin, set
Best toilet soaps at Holt & Cates.
Buy your sidewalk tile from the
Newnan Tile Works. tf
Dr. Anderson, Dentist; gas ad
ministered; Salbide Bldg. tf
Scroggin’s is the place to have
your pictures framed, cheap. 12
Attorney Henry Beeves, of La
Grange, was in Newnan Monday.
H. D. Owens was in Atlanta the
first of this week.
B. 11. Dial, Fst|.,was in Atlanta
the first of this week.
Col. W. C. Wright was in At
lanta several davs this week.
Sunday in July* by Dr. J. W. Quil-
lian, of this city.
Wash chiffons, French lawns,
Persian lawns and Swisses, at
Potts & Parks'.
James P. Bradley, of New York
City, is spending several weeks j where they attended the conven-
among relatives and friends in ! tion of cotton oil mill men.
Newnan and ( arrollton. J \ carpenter named Lunoeford,
Corsets ' in the employ of the Co’e Mlg. Co.
American Lady Corsets lit and fell from a scaffold at, the new cot-
satisfy the wearer. Sold only by j ton mill yesterday afternoon and
Potts & Parks.
with diamonds and pearls, on
streets of Newnan a few days ago.
Finder will please return to Miss
Benetta Orr, City.
Messrs. W. J. Murphey and D.
S. Summers returned to Newnan
Wednesday from Lithia Springs,
Miss Mary L. Hendrix, of (Quit
man. Ga., has returned home, af
ter attending the funeral of her
little nephew, Vernon Me,Michael.
Frank Hughes is spending the
l)r. A. C. North has returned week with relatives and friends in
from a sojourn at Borden-Wheeler Newnan. He has just returned
,1. J. Good rum, Jr., of Atlanta,
spent Sunday in the city with
Dr. Thomas S. Bailey is at Bor
den-Wheeler Springs for a stay of
Mrs. W. G. Post‘and children
have returned from a visit to
Five thousand yards received
this week at Potts & Parks’.
Mr. A. II. Freeman, of Newnan,
was tin* guest of friends in the city
last week.—Carrollton Times.
The finest toilet articles and
preparations for complexion at
Holt A (Jates.
Paint for house or fence, floors,
furniture, bath tub, porch furni
ture, wagons,etc., at Holt A Cates.
See our table ofval laces; special
at 5c per yard, next week.
Potts & Parks.
William and Larue Spence, of
Newnan, are visiting their aunt.
Mrs. S. J. Boykin.—(’arrollton
We Sklk Sikhs
27 inch Jap. silks, black, white
or colors, 45c per yard.
Potts & Parks.
Frank Drewry, of Griffin, who
held a position in Bradley’s drug
store for some time, has accepted a
position in Athens.
Stacy Capers will go to Arcadia,
La., at an early date to enter busi-
from a month’s trip “on the road.”
Sash ribbons, narrow ribbons.
Persian ribbons and velvet rib
bons, at Potts Parks’.
Services will be conducted at St
Paul’s Episcopal Church next Sun
day morning at 11 o’clock by Bev. |(j,. imn x«ws and Sun
Robert F. DeBell, of Atlanta.
was probably fatally injured.
Miss Benetta Orr has been do
ing some fine work in art during
the past few months at Shorter
College. Her oil and water color
pictures and the pieces in china
painting show fine talent, and the
promise of great success in the fu
Mrs. Raymond Price, of Jack
sonville, Fla., Miss Lucy Har
grove, of Birmingham, Ala., and
Miss Nettie Orr, of Newnan, will
arrive in the city nest Monday
and will be the guests of Mrs. 1>.
F. Patterson for several days.—
HO in. adjustable window
Hit in. adjustable window
2 -11 x (1-10 screen doors
3 x 7 screen doors
11 x 7 fancy front doors
1.10 and 1.25
Screen door hinges
Screen door stops, D
15c. 25c and 40c
keep your doors
New shipment ladies Oxfords
opened today. Patent pumps, rib
bon tit's and canvas, at Polls N:
If you expect to do any painting
this summer, it will lie distinctly
to your advantage to see Holt &
Cates about their line of pure
The first cotton bloom seen in
| the News office this season was
sent in by J. R. Gaston, who lives
on Col. W. G. Posts’ farm in the
Third District. It was received
Tuesday, and indicates that Mr.
Gaston’s cotton crop is an extreme
ly early one.
Edgar Stephens returned from
Rome yesterday, where he went to
be present at the marriage of Mr.
M. B. Taylor and Mrs. Edna Earle
A n-'w shipment of LEADER riihlier
5-ply, in 25 mid 5(1 foot lengths, every
guaranteed, pi r foot '
Woven hose will) heavy rubber linings,
II-1 sizes, in 25 and 50 loot lengths 9 and 10c
Solid stream brass nozzles 25c
I split hickory and mounted
scout SI. 00
Is to eh
Our New Perfection
Blue Flame Oil Stove is
Newnan Hardware Company
ruhbei'H, per d
lino dozen jar nd
Swiss llouncings and insertings, j Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor ar
rived in Newnan yesterday and
were cordially welcomed by the
Our ice cream for family trade,
corset-cover embroideries and all-
over embroideries at Potts &
Yes, we manufacture picture
i frames and make high grade por
traits in Crayon, Pastel and Sepia.
Newnan Picture Frame Works.
Brewster Bldg. tf
For Sale—ThreeHO-saw Winship
gins; also complete Manger system.
Will sell all or part; cheap, for
cash or on time. B. H. Dial,
Newnan, Ga., R. F. I). No. 1.
Ray Crane, one of Newnan’s
bright and energetic school boys,
is in Atlanta to remain during the
summer vacation and is employed
by the J. L. Turner Printing Co.
For Rent—Four-room house on
Second Ave.; #7.50 per month.
Apply at Mrs. Chandler’s, corner
Mm. Nannie Brown unit daughter,
Miss Nellie, went to Grantvilln 1hh(
week, whore they will h|m>ik1 some time
with friends mid relatives.
Mr. and Mm. Waller Brown visited al
made ot the purest materials, is Banning last Saturday and Sunday,
wholesome and delicious. Gomes
packed in porcelain lined vessels
well iced; 50c per quart (enough
for 0); #1.50 per gallon. Any size
order promptly executed.
Holt & (totes.
Have your mules and horses in
sured in the Mutual Life Stock In
surance* Company of Georgia. Full
face value of all policies will be
paid. For information and terms,
call on or write to J. W. Will- , Willder lBHt Saturday afternoon, when,
coxon, agent lor Coweta and Meri- , hIic spent a week very pleasantly. She
wether counties, Newnan, Ga. tf
Mm. Sarah Horten, accompanied by
her daughter. Miss Charlie Tom, and
her son, Frank, went, to Palmetto last
Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Mrs, T. A. Hamrick and daughter,
Miss May, left last week for Hartwell,
where they will spend two or three
weeks with relatives and friends.
Mr, Ephraim West was buried last
Thursday afternoon. The funeral ser
vices were conducted by his pastor,Rev.
W. S. Gaines.
Sam Weir, from Canton, visited
mot her’s family last week.
Miss Ruth McClure has been suffering
with tonsilitis for several days,
Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Hendrix came
down from Sargent last Sunday morn
ing to attend the marriage of MissOla
The protracted services are in prog
ress at the Chape! this week. All are
invited to attend. Bro. Layton is heing
assisted by Bro. Landers who is an able
bis Rev. A. A. Williamson, a nativo
of Kentucky, but, whose home is
now in Florida, was at, the First
Baptist Church daring the past
week giving instruction in vocal
music. The series of morning and
night gatherings ended Wednesday
evening. Rev. Mr. Williamson is
an excellent vocalist and musical
instructor and his singing lessons
were beneficial to all in attendance..
11 is services were seem ed by l)r.
G. A. Ninitially lor the purpose, of
giving instruction in congregation
al singing to the people of the
First Baptist < Jiurcli.
ness. He will be accompanied t j ja Grange Street and Second Ave.,
by his sister, Miss Ruth Capers,
who is at present visiting in New
Monday night or Tuesday morning.
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.
Mr. B. Capers and sons, Le-
Gramie anil Kenneth, have re
turned to Arcadia, La., after a
visit to the former’s son, Stacy ! w ‘‘ 11 to ^'('attention to this point.
(topers, and Dr. and Mrs. James Dr. R. I>. Lee has entered into
Stacy. partnership with Dr. Paul Penis-
ton in the practice of medicine and
J. It. Newman and sisters, Misses!
Pearl and Viola, wore in Newniiu liu-t
Miss Florida Stanley, a popular young i
lady of SaixlorBville, spent, Iasi week 1
Miss Dollie Wallace returned from | Il0S t, pleasantly with the Misses New- ■
Miss Janie Amis, one of our lovely
was accompanied home by Miss Lena young ladies, is the guoHt of friends in
Doggett. . Bowden this week.
Tillman Dewberry and Miss Ola Mob-1 Wilber IS. Morgan, our clever men
ley were united in marriage last Sunday j 0 liant, worked with J. B. Hutchens last
morning. Rev. J. E. D. Taylor perform- Saturday in Newnan. Mr. Hutolieiis is
ed t he eoremony. running an Eclipse sale, and selling
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious Neely, who ! everything away below the usual prices. H1 " 1L ‘ ' V<Jl1 *’*;
used to reside in this place but who now w. H. Hutchens kept store during Mor-
live at Oedartown, buried an infant | gun’s absence.
baby is delicate, it will be girl last Friday. Tom Brown and sister, Miss Fannie,
Miss Lena White and cousin, from j , tiu i Miss Bessie Cook, of Madras, were
Banning, are visiting the former’s bro- 1 t | l(j KU ,. HtH „f Miss Maude (lavender last
tie r, William White. J week. A party wasgiven in their honor
Mrs. J. A. Robinson Ims been confined a t (j U y (lavender's.
Fresh Infant Foods at Holt
Cates. In accordance with our
custom, we guarantee the fresh
ness of every package of infant
loud in our stock, none ever car
ried from one season to the next.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to offer out sioc.erest
thanks to our neighbors and 11 ic.nds
for their assistance ami kind words
of sympathy during our bereave
incut in the loss of our little son.
May Heaven’s richest blessings
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. MeMic.hae
Wanted—Lady or gentleman of
fair education, with good refier-
lias obtained an interest in the
toiler bed for several days the past,
W. H. Boatrigiit visited his father's
q to represent a large business ; * ‘‘ n ’ sto11 (l1 llfi stxmi ’ t * ,< ‘ P artrier ‘ family at Fairborn, last Sunday
firm. Good salary for right party. ship being Peniston and Lee. Mrs. W. H. Dewberry, who was so
Address, R. G., (tore News, New
Dr. Lee is a recent graduate in very sick at, our last writing, is very
medicine and is a young man who
lias a promising future before him.
Mr. Sam Patterson, a young ci
gar maker of this city, and Miss A number of Newnan people are t5e marriage of her cousin, Miss Oia
Cora, daughter of Mr. R. Hughs, | sojourning at Borden-Wheeler 1 ^ Riohie R]M!nt lftBt SuildftV
were united in marriage by Dr. G. I Springs, among the number being G m „t v iiie, the guest of Judson South
A. Nunnally, Wednesday evening; Mrs. Egbert Snead and children, and family.
of last week. Miss Kate Snead, Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs. Jesse Florence left lust Saturday
(.’. Fisher, Mrs. J. T. Carpenter, for Riverview, to visit her mother, Mrs.
Win. Byram, Mr. Mathew Cole,
Mrs. W. ('. McBride and children.
Rev. F. J. Amis was the guest of I
friends in Franklin last Saturday and
Sunday, filling his regular appointment (
at that place. Mr. Amis is a good man .
for liis work.
Allen Crain, of Newnan, working for
much better. VV. \y Spence & Qo., was brought home i
Miss Ida Attawny, from Graiitville, , Friday very sick with fever, but is
came up lust Sunday morning to attend improving.
A. E. Morgan, a clever young man
from Newnan, spent last Sunday witli
W. E. Morgan.
Judge Thigpen, with a large number
of our young jjeople, attended church at
Sargent last Sunday morning. Most of
the party took dinner with B. S. Witch
er, and attended the singing in rhe af
ternoon conducted by Prof. J. H. Lips-
Grace. She was accompanied by her
two children, Elmer and Murray.
Mrs. J. W. Askew, who was confined j comb, of Whitesburg
Tax Receiver E. Gary Summers t0 * ier by sickness last week, is very ; On last Friday evening at the hospi-
, , . , - , .' ... . 1 much improved. j table home of Ooi. ,J. O. Newman, a
announces that his books will close 1
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. (’.
T. Bailey sympathize with them
on account of the loss of their three
months old son, who died last Fri
day, after an illness of several • umi u. B win muse Kev. .James Shaw is quite ill at his j most enjoyable entertainment was given
weeks. The funeral occurred Sat- on June 30th. He is not in bis of- home, and he is very anxious that j >'* h° llor of Mi « Stanley.
urday at Whitesburg. lice today and will be out next friends shall visit him.
friends Monday and Tuesday; but will be S . L Scott, from LaGrnnge, was visit-. Night School.
in the office on all other days be- wuhe"ttjSai'Id ^children, from I Working boy, it is for you.
tween this date and June 30th. gust Point, spent last Sunday with Mr. I You "k ,na n if your educational ad-
Mrs. W. C. Wright’s
will be pleased to learn that she is
: recovering, after having an opera- , . „ —-. . . , .
i tion for appendicitis performed by Persons who have not made their and Mrs. Arthur Gilman and other vantages ha^rebeen limited come.
an Atlanta specialist. It is ex- tax returns may do so any day up relatives^ Jm'e^eTmr profiteisefulness a,
! peeted that she will be able to re- ’ llue o! 1 ax Banning to l^eud uwhUe with heMaro- j happiness. At my residence.
! turn to Newnau at an early date.. Receiver is open. ther, Cleveland Bryant, and family. | Daniel Walker.
One boy’s wheel and two
wheels fur misses are among
t he bicycles in our stock, and
they are offered at extremely
low prices for immediate solos.
The three wheels are of stand
ard manufacture and will give
satisfaction to any purchaser,
they are new models and beau
tiful specimens of the bi',,oie
maker’s work man ship.
Gome and examine those
wheels and learn just how low
t hey can he purchasod.
h. S. BANTA