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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.
.i_\s Atlanta, Georgia.
Attorney Wanted to Act
&s Local Correspondent
j Local News of Newnan'!
Miss Cora Stephens is visiting in
L. It. Powell pays the
prices for hitles.
Dr. G. \V. Peddy has returneti
from New York.
Buy your sidewalk tile from the
Newnan 'file Works. tf
I. N. Orr, Jr., has returned
from North Carolina.
T. J. Brown, of Griffin, was in
Newnan last Tuesday.
Miss Ilia Kirby 1ms returned
from Piedmont Springs.
It. M. Young and Alton Afldy
spent Sunday at Turin.
Mrs. N. B.Hudson and children
are visiting in Atlanta.
Dr. Anderson, Dentist;
ministered; Sal bide Bldg.
Miss Carolyn Milner has return
ed from a visit to Atlanta.
Mrs. W. A. Turner, Jr., return
ed Monday from Opelika.
Col. Heard Dent, of Atlanta,
visited the city Wednesday.
Elgin Stallings has entered Gor
don Institute at Bartlesville.
Mrs. Minnie Varner is expected
home from New York Sunday.
WANTED—Two hoarders; men
prefered. Apply at News office.
Mrs. Alton Arnall was hostess
at a prettv card party Thursday.
Col. J. R. Williams, of Griffin,
was in the city the lirst of this
Mrs. G. A. Nunnally will leave
this week for Opelika to spend a
Messrs. Cliff Glover and Cliff
Kersey have returned from New
Mr. L. J. Melson, of Atlanta,
was among the Sunday visitors in
Miss Lizzie Arnold is the guest
of Mrs. Gordon Lee at Chic-[
The many friends of Mrs. G. E.
Croft will regret to learn that she
is quite ill.
Miss Vivian Barron, of Atlanta,
who was the guest of Miss Ethel
Taylor for several days, has re
Miss Vivian Snead, of Woolsey,
was the guest of Miss Edith Tay
lor this week.
Mr. T. E. Potts has been con ft nisi
to his home by sickness during the
past few days.
Rev. W. J. Cettcr was in Bar-
nesville a couple of days the lirst
of this week.
Mr. Frank L. Stevens has re
turned from a trip to Canada and
New York City.
Cashier 1. M. Starr, of the Bank
of Turin, spent Sunday and Mon
day in Newnan.
Miss Ruby Simril has returned
to LaGrange, after a visit to rela
tives in Newnan.
M. b. Duke has completed and
moved into his new residence on
Mrs. Hubert Smith has returned
from a visit of some length to rela
tives in Birmingham.
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Murpli, of
Marshallville.are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Banks.
Fred Grimes has accepted a po
sition for the fall and winter in the
store of Black Bros. Co.
Col. W.G. Post, who has been
seriously sick since Monday, is
believed to be improving.
Mr. James Bird, a prosperous
citizen from near Cooksville, was
in the city last Saturday.
Colonel imd Mrs. Briggs, of
Charleston, S. C., are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Powell.
J. B. and R. L. Hammett, of
LaG range, were in Newnan last
week, the guests of their brother.
E. W. Hammett.
Misses Rntli Camp and Ella
Robbins have returned from Toc-
coa, and the latter is the guest of
relatives in this city.
Miss Edith Powel left last week
for Bartow, Florida, where she
will be employed as a teacher dur
ing the fall and winter.
Judge W. F. Jones, wife and
little daughter, of Wadley, Ga.,
spent a couple of days of this week
with the family of L. A. Perdue,
Wynn Smith, who spent the!
spring and summer on a farm near
Palmetto, has returned to his po
sition in P. F. Cuttino & Co’s,
P. Zellars, of Palmetto,
Hon. W. B. Orr and
Miss Fannie Prather, of Hogans-
ville, is the charming guest of her
sister, Mrs. D. S. Summers.
Mr. Hugh W. Orr, of Washing
ton City, was with Newnan rela
tives several days this week.
Freeman Herring and Hugh
Hackney, of Atlanta, were among
the Sunday visitors in Newnan.
Mrs. J. E. Smith’s many friends
are glad to see her out again, after
a serious illness of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Leu Holmes, of
Atlanta, announce the birth of a
daughter on tile fourth of Septem-
Mrs. B. H. Arnold, who had
been visiting relatives in Newnan,
returned to Ensley, A fa., yester
Miss Lucile Beavers returned to
Atlanta last Friday,after spending
several weeks with Newnan rela-
LOST—Gold pin with “Maryj
Louise” engraved on it. Finder
will please leave at Win. Byram’s
Miss Margaret Summers return
ed to Atlanta last Saturday after
noon, after spending a month with
her father, J. H. Summers, and
After spending several weeks
here with relatives, Mrs. G. W.
Ramey and family and Mr. L. J.
Melson’s family returned to At
lanta last Monday.
Mrs. Charles C. Cox and daugh
ter, Miss Alice, of College Park,
and Miss Florence Doyle, of At
lanta, are the guests this week of
Miss Jennie Cates.
Miss Ruth Cole is spending some
time at Adairsville and Lookout
Mountain. She will leave Newnan
about October 1st to enter a school 1
in Washington City.
Philip Orr will return to Mercer
University fertile fall term. Frank
Orr and Tom Farmer will .join the
Coweta boys in Macon and enter
Mercer for the fall term.
Mrs. Joe Logan, of Knoxville,
Tenn., and Mrs. Harry Ryder, of
Syracuse, N. V., who have been
visiting the family of Mrs. T. W.
Powel, left Wednesday.
FOR RENT—Four-horse farm,
or two two-horse farms in Second
District on Newnan & Greenville
It. It. For terms, etc., apply to
It. F. Hunter, Newnan, Ga. tf
C. P. Stephens & Co. have leas
ed the Carpenter building, now oc
cupied by Darden & Stephens, and
will open up a stock of dry goods
and notions early in the fall, tf
Miss Nell Pinson returns to Mon
roe College for the fall term. Other
Newnan girls who will matriculate
at Monroe are Misses Mary Milner,
Carey Treadaway and Maude
J. T. Darby, wll’eand little son,
Cecil, stopped over in Newnan last
THE NEW STOVE STORE
We have leased the Carpenter Building, formerly
occupied by Darden & Stephens, and have made
it exclusively a ^tove £tore.
This is without a doubt the largest display of
High Class Stoves and Ranges ever put on the
Newnan market. In this new ^tove ^tore we
have stoves for wood, stoves for coal, stoves
with four eyes, stoves with six eyes, small-oven
stoves, large-oven stoves, stoves up to $25.00,
stoves down to
The new ^tove store’s range ^tock consists
of ranges with high warming closets, ranges with
plain shelves, ranges with ca^t fire linings, ranges
with water coils for city use, ranges with enamel
lined reservoirs for use where there is no water
pressure. It will be a pleasure to us to show you
throngh our new ^tove department.
Newnan Hardware Company
II Greenville st. Phone 148.
Rev. C. O’N. Martimlale has 1111-
1 der advisement a unanimous and
1 urgent call to the pastorate of the
Presbyterian church at Courtland,
Alabama, of which he informed
1 his congregation and session Thurs-
i day night.
Mrs. G. W. Heavy returned
home last Tuesday evening from
Atlanta, where she went three
weeks ago and had a, surgical
operation performed. She seems
to be improving, to the delight of
her many friends.
Friday evening with the former’s. Miss Fannie May Nolan,a young
sister, Mrs. J. H. Summers. They j lady - who had a number of rela-
were on the way home from i^ortli lives and friends in Newnan, died
Georgia. . | in Atlanta last Sunday at the age
The Woman’s Bible Circle of the j °* y ears - * * 1L ‘ Buieral occurred
First Baptist Church will meet Monday i» West Point, the former
with Mrs. W. H. Gearreld next j homeof t Jl « young woman.
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o’clock.
Onr line of toilet articles
is now complete. We
have just received a fresh
supply from Colgute and
otheig, and can please the
most fanciful. We men
tion a few of them :
All the ladies are invited to attend
After spending several weeks
here with her father, Rev. W. J.
Cotter, Mrs. ,J. H. Reaves, accom
panied by her daughters, Misses
Moselle and Mary Lou, left Mon-
jday for her home in Athens.
'beautiful ! Miss Macaline Faucett, of Roa
noke, Ala., is the guest of Mrs.. J.
, L. Miller at the Virginia House.
| Miss Susie Hayes, of West Point,
who was Mrs. Miller’s guest for
Mr. Fletcher Spearman, of La-
Grange, visited his cousin, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Crane, of
Birmingham, Ala., former resi
dents of Newnan, have issued in
vitations to the marriage of their
Announce the Opening of their New
Department for the Display and Sale of
Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s Gar
ments, Rugs, Carpets, Curtains, Blankets
and Draperies in their Annex over
Farmer & Lee’s Store.
This Department will be opened on
Wednesday, September 12th.
Mrs. Charles Astin and children j
have returned from Macon, where
they visited relatives for several
Mr. Ed Nimmons’
home on Greenville street has lieen
completed and is ready for occu
Wm. By ram, Wednesday and
Mr. and Mrs. John Sewell, of
several days, has returned home.
Mrs. Wade Dent was the charm
ing hostess at a spend-thc-day
hostess at a
party last Saturday. Those present
were Mrs. Geo. Ramey, Mrs.
Anderson, Ala., visited the latter’s Boozer, of Hogansville, Misses
brothers, Wm. aiulG. W. Byram, j Maie Campbell and Annie Powell,
last week. | p ro f. J. W. Gaines and family
\\ . J. Murphey, L. B. Mann, j are residing on Temple Avenue in
G. K. Bradley, J. T. \\ illiams and the house formerly occupied by
C. A. Merck have returned from j Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fisher. Mr.
New York. and Mrs. Fisher are now at the
of Mrs. It. H. Harda-
FOR RENT—Four-room house residence
on LaGrange Street. Apply to wa y-
Mrs. John Chandler,129 LaGrange; The Newnan Hardware Co. has
Street, City. leased the store recently vacated
To whom it may concern: by Darden & Stephens and will
J. J. Cruse has not been asso- J use th® building as an exclusive
ciated with me in the painting busi- stove department, that will be in
ness since May 7th, 1900.
2t C. D. Hollis.
keeping with the
, of Newnan.
When you are
Get them right. Have them
fitted as they should he. Have
tlie lenses made for YOU—to
your measure, so to speuk.
Then you may read when you
like, where you like, and as
long as you like, and you’ll not
need to turn and twist, the book
in order to ease your eyes.
Not an eye pain or an ache,
after you begin to wear the
proper glasses, no headaches,
no inconveniences at all.
Today would be a good time
to begin to have your eyes look
ed after. Consultation and ad
vice are free any time you call.
H. S. BANTA
daughter, Florence Marie, and Mr.
L. J. Hall. The wedding will oc
cur on Sept. 25th at nine o’clock
Stallings and Orr, who went
from Grantville to Griffin and en
tered business the first of the year,
were closed out by an order from
United States Court Monday.
Their liabilities are about #J,000,
with aliout one-fifth that amount
Miss Susie Barr, who has been
dangerously ill for three or four
weeks, was removed from her
home in Newnan to a sanitarium
in Atlanta this week. She is af
flicted with appendicitis and is be
lieved a surgical operation will be
necessary to save her life.
'I'he South Newnan School de
sires to thank Street Superintend
ent B. C. Sanders for his efforts in
improving and beautifying the
school grounds; and also desire to
thank Mayor A. R. Burdett, Hon.
I. N. Oxt and Mr. Frank Wilkin
son for their interest and efforts in
behalf of the school.
Mr. Leroy Harris, of Palmetto,
who recently purchased a dwelling
on Greenville street from Col. W.
G. Post, is remodeling his home
and will move his family here
next week. Mr. Harris is a build
ing contractor and for that line of
business we think he lias made a
wise choice in selecting Newnan as
his future home.
Mrs. Ella Weems is
month in Sparta.
Farm for Sale.
I offer for sale all or a part of
my farm in Hurricane district,
Coweta county, containing J25
acres. The place has desirable im
provements on it, consisting of a
new five-room residence, barn,
three tenant houses, etc. For par
ticulars call on or address I. T.
Mattox, Newnan, Ga., R. F. D.
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