J. T. HOU.KMAN,
W. L. KEMP,
VICEPRKH. AND TRKAS.
J. W. ANDREWS,
LOAMS 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.
THE SOUTHERN MORTGAGE CO.
da Atlanta, Georgia.
Attorney Wanted to Act
as Local Correspondent
The chftrm of a soft rosy com
plexion is fully realized by ev
ery woman, and any suggestion
that helps attain this end is al
The following hints are the
outgrowth of our experience in
selling toilet specialties for
many years and because of that
experience we feel entitled to
hold views on the sub ject.
Hist 1.—Avoid nil blenches, ennui-
els, mid nil orenms containing miner
al salts and hurtful chemicnls. Prep
arations of this kind nro seldom sold
by reputable dealers, but are usunlly
peddled about by irresponsible per
sons They are seldom of any valuo,
are often hartful in tiie extreme, in
juring the skin and promoting a
hairy growth on the face. Therefore
buy toilet goods only from one in
whom you linve confidence—one who
cannot afford to defraud you.
Hint a.—A good complexion will
result from plenty of exercise, proper
diet, and proper skin nourishment,
together with the proper nse of a
good, harmless cream after the fol
lowing method: Thoroughly wash
the face with hot water and pure
soap. After drying gently massage
tile skin with Cream Blcaya. This
treat meat removes every trace of
dirt nod other impurities embedded
in the pores and if persisted in will
bring ' onr complexion out of that
tired and gray-looking condition and
remove iiuy wrinkles which may bo
Oremu Elcaya is the best
cream for this purpose which
we have yet seen. It is harm
less and free from excessive
greasiness. It can be used for
all purposes any cream is good
for. It does no lnirm to the
most delicate skin, and never
causes a superfluous growth of
The price is 50c per jar at
Local News of Newnan "
.T. B. Barney spent Monday in
Hundreds of new goods at Holt
Grape fruit is line for breakfast.
Phone Xo. 1.
Mrs. X. E. Powel visited At
lanta this week.
L. If. Powell pays the highest
prices for hides. tf
Miss Linda Simril spent Tues
day in Atlanta.
Mrs. K. S. Buchanan visited At
lanta last Tuesday.
Mrs. Mike Powell visited At
lanta last Tuesday.
B. C. Banders, Esq., was in At
lanta last Saturday.
W*. L. Smith, of Gnflin, was in
Xewnan last Monday.
Miss Loubelle Turner visited
Atlanta last Monday.
Mr. Will Kirby was in Atlanta
: the first of this week.
l)r. Anderson, Dentist; gas ad-
: ministered; Salbide Bldg. tf
We have the agency for Low-
I ticy’s chocolates. Phono 1.
Shipment Durand’s bread will
reach us Friday. Phone 1.
M. L. Holmes, of Atlanta, spent
Sunday here with relatives.
Ten cents per pound for the l>est
beef, at G. (). Carmichael's.
HOLT & CATES’
Prof. II. H. Hopple mid family
spent Wednesday in Atlanta.
Mrs. Irving Walker is spending
a week with relatives in Atlanta. |
Breakfast bacon, pig feet, bloat-1
ers and JOc mackerel. Phono Xo.l. |
Hall racks atScroggin Furniture!
| Co.’s are beauties, and prices low.
| Dr. (1. L. Johnson, of Palmetto,
was a visitor to Newnan this week.
The “Hawes” Hat—none better
face value of all policies will lx* made. P. 1<. Cuttino & Co., Agt.
paid. For information and terms, I Wo carry the latest magazines
call on or write to J. W. Will ami periodicals.—Peniston & Lee.
coxon, agent for Coweta and Car
roll counties, Xewnan, tf
Have your mules and horses in
sured in the Mutual Life Stock In
surance Company of Georgia. Full
Eight button length kid gloves,
price #2 pair, at P. F. Cuttino &
Visit Mrs. Jennie Bower Lee’s c 0 > H
store and see the good values in
millinery and other goods that are
extraordinarily low! vrco-,,u,ek deliver,
pure stick candy put
Mr. David Cnjtino, of Green
ville, S. C., is the guest of rela
tives in Newnan.
Mrs. D. T. Manget and Mi’s. V.
E. Vanget were in Atlanta the
first of this week.
Mrs. Weston, of Birmingham,
is the guest of .her niece, Miss An
Hand-painted French china for
wedding gifts at Holt & Cates’.
Visit the balcony.
Mrs. J. T. Kirby and son, Tol-
leson, are the guests of Mrs. G.W.
Barney in Atlanta.
Nice, new three-room house for
rent, near railroad junction. Ap
ply to A. F. Simril.
The “W. B.” Corset, America’s
favorite corset. Latest models at
P. F. Cuttino & Co’s.
’Phone Xo. 28 when you want
anything in the fresh meat line.
Yon will get the best. tf
Miss Fannie Prather, of Hogaus-
ville, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. 1). 8. Summers.
Sixteen button length silk gloves
in black and white, just received
at P. F. Cuttino & Co’s.
Miss Dollie Bailey has returned
from a visit of several weeks to
relatives at Oxford, Ala.
i Some rare bargains in strictly
high grade art china, at Holt &
Cates’. Visit the balcony.
Plaid silks, plain silks, all kinds
of silks, at Potts & Parks.
Mrs. H. H. North and children
are the guests of (’apt. and Mrs.
W. W. Draper in Atlanta.
Picture frames at Scroggin Fur
niture Co.’s give satisfaction. Wo
i make a specialty of frames. tf
[ We Ski.i. Snow.
Ladies shoes that lit and satisfy,
are found at Ilitts & Parks.
See our cloaks before you buy.
Potts & Parks.
Boytlen shoes and Walston shoes
tf for well-dressed men
| Jt Wm. Askew.
Mrs. Fannie Campbell is visiting
friends in Atlanta this week,. 1 have J usfc recelved a
ol Tennessee hogs and cattle.
L. B. Powki.i,.
Just received the finest lot of
celery we have had this season.
Sideboards! Yes, we have them.
Call and see some beauties,
tf Scroggin Furniture Co.
We want every woman in town
and country to read our ad. this
week. W. M. Askew.
We keep stamps and postal
cards for the convenience of the
public. Phone No. 1. Adams.
Dress trimmings in great variety
—braids, appliques, laces, silks,
velvets at P. F. Cuttino & Co’s.
Handsome lumps, rngs^ art
squares, framed pictures and rock
ers, at Murbury’s Furniture Store.
Buy your heating stove before cold
weather, while you have plenty 6f
time to make a selection and a full
6tock to select from. *
We can show you heating stoves
suitable for store, office, parlor, re
ception hall, bedroom or servants’
Perfection Oil Heaters, tlio liest on the market, $3.50, $4.50, $5.00
From our stock of grate baskets
we can fit ninety per cent, of the
grate frames made.
SPECIAL—Cottage fire sets, with 20-inch wrought shovel, poker
and tongs, with Oriental iron stand, nicely liinished, $1.25
EXTRA SPECIAL—Sixteen-inch japanned coal hods, only 21c
Newnan Hardware Company
M Greenville st. Phone 148.
G. O. Carmichael pays it cents
per pound for cow hides.
Pure drugs—prompt store Her
at Holt &
Most people don’t know
any more about drugs af
ter they sec them than Ite-
fore. Call us up by phone
and tell us what drugs—
—or anything else—you
want and we will deliver
them in half the time you
could come to the store for
them. Everything will be
satisfactory. Me will
make it so.
| up in one pound packages. Phone
Mrs. W. E. Richards and chil
dren are visiting relatives at Shi
ilrs. J. If. Barney, who has been
quite sick for several weeks, is im
Miss Mary Goodrum has return
ed from a visit to relatives in Col
Let the Gold Dust Twins de
liver your groceries. They work
Mrs. S. C. Hill will leave soon
for Atlanta, where she will spend
Mrs. R. J. Lee, of Atlanta, is
the guest of Capt. J. If. Bussell
Mrs. I). S. Summers and Miss
Fannie Prather were in Atlanta
FOR KENT—Good farm. Ap
ply to Mrs. M. Bailey, at M. G.
Keith’s, City. JO
Buckwheat cakes and maple
syrup on a cool morning mighty
fine for breakfast. We have the
flour and syrup. £hone 1—Adams.
Mrs. John Roberts returned to
Opelika last Saturday, after a visit
to her sister, Mrs. W. G. Arnold.
Nice solid oak roll foot beds at
specially low prices for next JO
days,at Marbury’s Furniture Store.
Miss Eugene Featherston re
turned to Atlanta last Wednesday,
after a visit to Miss Louise Peddy.
Grape fruit, Florida oranges,
Tokay grapes, bananas, apples,
California peaches. Phone No. I
For toast nothing is nicer than
Durand’s bread. We will have it
fresh on Friday. Phone 1—Ad
We have Lewis’ Tea Flake
Crackers shipped fresh each week
from factory. Phone No. 1—Ad
We have a few more cook stoves
left, which we arc closing out at
low prices. Marbury’s, 0 Green
Mrs. Charles Close and little
grand children are spending the
week with relatives and friends in
Overcoat time is b'-re. You make
no mistake when you / one of
our coats. Largest line ever shown
in Newnan. P. F. Cuttino & Co.
Mjj, W. N. Mattox and family |
Imvif returned to West Tocoi, Fla.,
after spending several months in
Mrs. Sadie Hornsby and daugh
ters, Misses Ellle Clyde and Cora,
have gone to Montgomery to spend
The biggest values in decorated
china vases, etc., ever shown in
Newnan, at Holt & Cates’. Visit
After a visit to E. B. Barrett
and family, in this city, Mrs. W.
G. Barrett will return to Wilkes
The shoe that lasts your child
longer than other make. Solti by
Potts & Parks.
Examine our furniture bargains
for next JO days. New goods arriv
ing daily and prices lower than
ever. Marbury’s, 5) Greenville St.
See the attractive display of
articles suitable for wedding
presents^ at this store.
Frank J. Flannery
Witch maker and Jewel*?.
IN OUR ANNEX
Tailor-made Hiiits for women. The newest stylo
garments, perfect fitting, hand-tailored.
Tourist coats for women in the fashionable plaid
or plain cloths.
Rain coats for women, exceptional values.
Cloaks of all kinds for children, attractively
The largest lino of high grade skirts ever shown in
Hugs Carpets Mattings
Curtains Draperies Blunkets
IN OUR ANNEX
Mr. Joseph Dent, of Maryland,
is making a visit to Coweta and
Carroll counties and will remain in
Georgia some time.
The Ladies’ Bible Class of the
First Baptist Church will meet
with Mrs. T. B. Davis next Tues
day afternoon at J o’clock.
We Setx Siioeh.
Styles for old and young—either
button, lace or elastic shoes for
ladies. Potts & Parks.
Miss Mayme Lythgoe,of Atlanta,
will spend the fall and winter in
Newnan and will lie employed in
Mrs. Adams’ millinery store.
Yard-wide black [taffetas at 7. r >e,
90c, £1 and $1.25 per yard.
Potts & Parks.
Always give my customers the
advantage pf the market. On ac
count of the low price of cattle,
will for the next few weeks sell
beef at 10 ceuts per pound.
tf G. O. Carmichael.
of fine, fill Tennessee cattle and
hogs, which are being served to
our customers as some of the nicest
beef and pork ever placed on this
market. These animaf&fare extra
fine and the meats we are serving
now are of the very highest qual
ity. G. <>. Carmichael,
Mrs. Ernest G. Wynn, of the
Sixth district, is sink at the resi
dence of Mrs. S. L. Faver in this
City. She has been quite ill and a
surgical operation was necessary
to afford relief. The operation
was successfully performed this
week by Drs. Davis and Turner,
and Mrs. Wynn is doing well. Her
mother, Mrs. ('. M. North, of
Hharpsburg, is with her.
Miss Susie Barr returned front
Atlanta last Saturday, and her
numerous friends are delighted to
know that she has; entirely re
covered from an attack of appen
dicitis and surgical operation for
the relief of the disorder.