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A new line and
f 'itun batting, per lb 10c
Window nliadi.'H 10c and 25c
75o men's negligee nhii'ts 48c
2(*H) yds 7c brown sheeting 6c
i'lxiOin. heavy towels, pr 23c
♦'•x24 in. lownlt*, pr 10c
W’xfiO wool .Smyrna nil! 1.39
'.tidies’ knit niid*-rw<-ar, wnit 55c
} mlies’ knit underwear, unit 95c
Men's knit underwear, suit 95c
( hildren’s silk Imutls, good valm*H
.it, euo.lt 23c. 4Bc ami B5c
Kali millinery. Ladies' trim-
rr •'<! hutWi■ dun't *e
I at a, lint rail a limit grade c
(’all and sec tlii‘tn.
Mata worth l?.(Mt at
I lilt a worth 2 d<> at
I Ini h wort li 8.50 at
lint a wort h li.(K) at
One look w ill convince ym
< nr prices an right.
Bargain in toilet. snap. 3 aka
8 cpiart dish pan
IT quart dish pun
Large enameled wushpun
Iatrgo t in waahpan
White* cedar bucket
!! brass hoop rod it r bneket
IT ql. galvunized toot ttil*
I! pind* fancy water act
Wash haain and pitcher
Large roll howl and pitcher
10 foot .clothea wire
(iood brace and bit
dc liiindkerchiefa for
11 packages onveli p'*a for
Idc lamp chimney for
Pearl top lamp chimney
People wtin grow tired of the name-
m*aa ot tilings and like a clmnge. are no
doabt delighted witti the present month
up to date. After several days ot bean*
, tiful Hammer weather, with doors and
windows open, flies unnecessary, the
, temperature suddenly falls, Hint we an*
in the midst of winter, with ice, wrap-
1 lied in fnrs and overcoats, clear and
frosty for two days, then we awake to
flail it sleeting, followed by cloudy,
1 gloomy weather with almost incessant
i rain. Such is weather! And who will
deny that the loveliest of weather would
grow moiiofomous without a change.
Lewis Dean was in Newnau Friday. |
Mrs. H. D. Pace and children, wl o
have been guests of Mrs. (J. E. Sewell,
have returned home to Bartlesville.
Misses Arlitm and Clara Bryant were
iu Newnau Saturday.
Mrs. Anna Jeter returned home Tues
day from a visit to relatives at Thur
Miss Lilia Cato wns in Newnau Sat
Miss Mattie Luck s|ienf Saturday and
Sunday witli relatives in Newnau.
Misses Mabel Sewell and Jessie Post 1
were in Newnau one day recently.
Ml»s Heard Meadows is visiting Mrs. ,
O. A. Burks at tier country home near 1
Misses Bessie Lambert and Gertrude
Mr*. Glean Arnold gave a spend the
10C day party Saturday, complimentary to .
IOC her Sunday school class. The members »“«* " ere Mo,,d "J- “Wit of Mias
24c present were Misses Mildred Sewell, N e» e Kale Lambert
Well Sewell and Coriune Holloway. The M,d F nl w n,,d fB '“ ilv * " f °^*
„ other guests were Mrs A. W. Smith, of "P« , » *"" A ” Ht l,on "’ of ^ W
Appling, Avici Mihh Edna White. On ' * u ' r ' , t% *
l«C next Satnrday the members of the clans ,
40C invited are Misses Luo.le Sewell, Lottie !" 0#, °? U " d,lV ’
25 C i White, Ethel Banks and Maude Bugg. W H Wlilk ”' wtts * u Nuw,mn 8H,ur ’
Mr Siin Zt'llnrs, of Palmetto, is the <ln J r '
J. G. Smith and J. H. J nmplans went
Carloads of the very
Highest Grade Coal
are being received by
CATES COAL COMPANY
and wagon loads are daily going
out to our customers. Phone 117
guest of Ills brother, Onpt. T. E. Zellnrs. ....
Miss Gertie Post spent Tuesday iu to Hogansville Saturday.
Atlanta Among the yonng mwi v ini tors Sun-
' mM *A. W. Smith, of Appling, who were Messrs. J. W. Wiltooxon. Sid-
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and "V Smith, Goy Stanton. Fred Toller,
Mrs. W. M White, was called homo: N«-w..an; Litus Murphy and Henry
Monday by a telegram informing tier of Morelluid Mr * Hammett, of
tlie sail deatli of tier sister-in-law, Miss t.orin111.
Love Smith,which oc<*..rred at her home ! night at a negro frolic. ..ear
in Thomson; the result of being fatally , l,ere - ,I,H f " r "‘ ° r VV S * VVo " dH * olw
negro, Ben Harrin, shot and killed an
other, Pete Boozer. Both negroes were
See us for furniture, center tables, plain and rocking
chairs. We will .sell you at the old price.
Wednesday of each week is Special
Bargain Day. Watch our Windows
I burned while standing in front of tire.
! Mrs. Froute Brvaut, of 1^(0range, is
i s|Mmding the yyerU witli relatives ill
' Miss Bettie Cooper will leave Thurs
day tor an extended visit to relatives at
Mrs. Maltie Moore and Miss Fannie
Hopkins were in Newnau Saturday.
MesdnmesSallieSewell,W. M. White,
Mr and Mrs. Clifford England went to
N. (> Hanks and wife spent Sunday
at the country home of Mr. Spate Sims,
J. F. Broach spent a few days last
week with Ills mother at Columbus.
Mrs. >T. M. Lester is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Albert McCoy, of Wel
Miss Minnie Wilkinson, of Hogans-
ville, was the guest Thursday of Mrs.
Ethel Smith and Miss Kdnu White.
of good standing, hut had been at outs
for some time
Hvtchens’ 10c Store
West Side Square.
Two young ladies have been en
tered in the piano contest this week
by their friends. They are Miss
Opal Me Knight, of Senoiu, and
Miss Maude Warren, of Sargent.
Hotli have many friends and no
doubt many votes will be east for
each of them.
N oting has been quite lively this
week and several of the young
ladies haVe received a number of
votes. As the dosing days of the
contest draw near, interest is be-
After a visit to her homh. W. A Bran- coniinginteii.se and grout activity
non, of Newnaii, and It. F. Brannon, of j s being manifested by the friends
of the contestants.
The vote in the News' piano
contest was as follows, when the
paper went to press this week:
Miss Beside Kirby, Kcwnnii g,(>(K)
To be an OFF season tor
harness. We are making
special prices with view of
making exception to this
ruje. We have in stock over
1 OOTsets'ih irle s s, 3(51sad-
dles, 87 horse blankets and
over 100 robes.
Moreland, Mrs. Lou Brannon bus re
turned to the Inline ot Iihi daughter,Mrs
J. It. Cotton.
Prof. H. t*. McBlroy and wife s|«*nt
Saturday in Atlanta.
Joe Bohannon wear to Newnad Hiiii-
Never before have furniture factories turned
out such an array of good styles as they are
now doing, and we have an attractive gath
ering of the season’s newest goods for your
approval. One special feature is ouf show
ing of moderately priced articles. We have
anticipated your needs, and have provided
accordingly, endeavor ing ever to bring be
fore* our customers the very best at the low
est possible prices. We feel it safe to say
that all the following are special values that
will appeal to all prospective purchasers.
... . ‘.*,700
'• Uiuh McDonald,(Ith Disr -t,t)25
“ Muybolli* Hawell, Grantvill
“ Lottie White ••
“ Maude Warren, Sargent
** Opal McKuight. Hmtoin-.
At 10.50, square mirror.
At 15.00, oval mirror t,princess).
At 21.00, oval mirror (princess).
At 215.00, oval mirror (princess).
At 25.00, oval mirror, swell front.
At prices ranging from 15.00 to 45.00,
Folding bed lounges, from 1050 to IS.(HI.
At prices ranging from 10.50 to 80.0th _
Extension dining tab’es at from 0.(X) to
l'arior tables in oak and mahogany at
7.48 to St.08.
Stylish dining chairs, leather seats, at at
Rugs and Art Squares.
Rugs and art squares in Smyrna, Velvet,
Axminster and Brussels These are ex
tremely low in price, but high in quality.
Our spring bed and mattress stock is “up
to snutV,” and we invite your especial atten
tion to our line. Buy a “Gold Medal’’
spring and a “National Sanitary Felt” mat
tress and good rest is yours.
All wool blankets at 05, #0 and 87 These
are beauties, in white and colors. Comforts
in beautiful colors at 2.00, 8.75 and 4 00.
Lindeman’s oil shades, 50c to 81.
Best grade floor linoleums at 75c a square
yard Choice patterns.
Pictures to suit everybody at low prices.
See me for trunks; 1 have them.
The members iff tin* City Democratic
Executive ('ommittee me requested to
meet tit my office on Monday niyht,
Nov. tilth at 7 o'clock, fnr the purpose
of tlxiulf tin* time and niamier for muui-
iiatiiiu fdhl* AMermcii and lour members
of the School Board and also a new Ex
ecutive Committee, and for considering
sneh other business ns may properly
oome before tin* Committee.
Nov. lftt.li, lOOtl.
W. C WRIGHT, Chm.
After several <la,\s visit to his
mother, Mrs, 8. A. Devanie, J. R.
Biliks has returned to his home iu
Mr. and Mix. J. R. Sims, of
Palmetto, have returned home, af
ter a pleasant visit to the latter’s
Miss Ethel Smith, of Palmetto.
flour That is Pure and Reliable
We Imvo recently equipped mil* Hour mills with the latest
anil best machinery and are now making the highest grades of
ll"iir on tin* market. We will at all times use tie* best wheat
obtainable, and having the best machinery and an expert mil
ler to operate, we are assured <d n good uniform Hour.
Some of the so-called highest patent l!nui*is made bv bleach- ]
iug and in si me cases, it is said, by adulterant ■>. Our Hour is
a!*,sol.i'TKt.v I’mB and no artificial means are used iu its manu-
taetlire. Trv it and you will be pleased. Vott run no risk,
KVKttv UAo is (iPAVANTKKO. We do not sell at retail. You will
lind oui* flour witli most of the merchants. Ask your grocer
for “Askkw’s Bust" and “Imitkiai,” (our highest patents),
"Snow Fi.ake" and “Coweta’’ (our three-quarters patent).
Our pure wheat bran and shorts mixed i* the richest food on
tin market. Try it and you will use no other.
W. S. ASKEW COMPANY
Mrs. ,1. A. Weaver, of Cantoo, I
Ohio, arrived this week for a visit
has returned home, after a delight- to her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Johu
ful visit to Or. and Mrs. Paul L. Bailey.
Peuiston. Mrs. Joe Arnall has as her
Miss Christine Arnold is at home guests this week Misses Nelle
from Wesleyan this week. She j Brown and Meta Haynes, of Union
came to attend the Arnold-Farmer j Springs. Ala.
: J. N. MARBURY
Successor to Newnan Furniture Co.
i Miss Annie Anderson, Mrs.Geo.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hugh Pinson Kinnard and little son, George,,
will leave next week for their home left Tuesday to spend the winter
in Cordele, after a pleasant visit to j in Bartow. Fla.
relatives. T h e Bible Circle of the First!
Torn Farmer came up from Mer- Baptist Church will meet with !
eer University this week to lie Mrs. J. H. Sims next Tuesday af- j
, present at the Farmer-Arnold ternoon at 3 o’clock,
Mrs. Bettie Mattox has been ill
“Cadet” hosiery for lioys ami;
girls. Linen lieels, knees anil toes ;
tor several day s at the honioot Mr. s t ri . n <rtheri the weak points,
and Mrs. P. I. Sutherland, but isj p p Cuttino & Co.
Mr. 1. N. Orr, Jr's., horse,!
LOS1 A signet natch lob. nith ..D au< »* was] insured on May 48, |
initials N. E. P. Finder wiU please 190H in tbe’ Atlanta Mutual Live
return to First National Lank and Insurance Co. The animal
get reward. was on August 12. 1906,and
Miss Onie Branuou will have on August 19th Mr. Orr’s claim
as her guests Ibis week several 1 for $247.50 was paid in full by the
(Allege friends, and will eutertaiu alnive uamed company.
Friday eveuiug iu their honor. , tf 1
J. W. "Willeoxon, Agent.
Mr. C. G. Lloyd, who until re
cently was the proprietor of a drug
store in Blue Ridge, now holds a
position in G. R. Bradley’s drug
LOST—Ij&t Friday night, be
tween resURnce of R. M. Hackney
and Auditorium, a brooch set with
garnets. Finder will please leave
at News office.
Mrs. S. A. Devanie, who resides
with her son, W. H. Burks, at 72
East Washington Street, is recov
ering from a very severe attack of
Our store is now glittering with
bargains in men’s and boys’ .fur
nishings—suits, overcoats, shoes,
hats and underwear.
Barnett, St. John & Co.
Mr. L. F. Moore, a prominent
merchant ami manufacturer of
' Hampton, Ga., was the guest of
Judge L. A. Perdue Monday and
Scroggiu Furniture Co. cau save
you 20 to 30 per cent, on furni
ture ou special orders. Our mail
order department is complete. Try
us on a fine piece. tf