China and Bric-a-brac.
The result of a year's work and'planning is now ready
for your inspection, approval and purehas s.
Such a collection of fancy goods, line china and bric-a-
brac has never been attempted in Newnan as we have
gathered together for yotir convenience and selection.
Better buying facilities than ever before have contrib
uted a stock rich in beauty, of great variety, and full of
special values. The experience of years has taught us
many things about buying that have resulted in a saving
for you and us.
Our buyer has gone through the stocks of the principal
dealers in America in making up our selections. Two
trips to New York have been made this year for this pur
pose alone. Thus we have made selections right on the
ground from the entire world’s productions, and have
taken from each those items we considered best—best in
beauty, best in quality, best in price.
YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOl WANT AT HOLT & CATES’
AT A PRICE YOl WILL BE GLAD TO PAY.
Here is a rough outline of what we have. Lack of space
and the impossibility of describing the goods prevents
Salad Bowls and Cake Plates.
More salads and cake plates are sold than any other ar
ticle of china, and the reason is not hard to discover. No
other pieces are adapted to so many uses, are so showy,
and make such appropriate gifts as these.
Our stock is unusual: in size, in character of ware, in
decoration and in price.
Salads and Cake Plates at 25c, :(5c, 50c, 75c, #1.00,
#1.25, #1.50, #2.00, #3.00 and #5.00.
Vases—Imported and Domestic.
In vases our showing is remarkable for grace of design
and reasonable prices. Many of our customers have re
marked at the small cost of oiu most handsome designs.
Such appreciation is truly well merited, for we have been
at considerable pains to get good values here as well as
elsewhere, and have succeeded.
Prices range from 15c through every figure up to the
most expensive pieces, which bring #10. Whether at the
high or the low price every vase is a value at the price.
Our Christmas Opening will be on
Wednesday, November 21. Come.
American Dinner Ware.
The dinner sets offered below are of superior quality
American manufacture and are unusual in many particu
lars. They are made by The Sevres China Co., and each
100-piece set is composed of large and useful dishes, in
cluding such pieces as Soup Tureen, Turkey Platter, etc.
The decorations are artistically executed and the appear
ance of the ware is thoroughly satisfactory. No. 1305A,
#12.50; No. 1490, #15.00; No. 1381, #18.00. This ware
is carried by ns in open stock and any broken dish can be
Ten-piece toilet sets, pitcher, bowl, etc., in particularly
graceful pattern and decoration. These sets make practi
cal and desirable gifts and are good values at our prices.
Three styles, $5.00, $6.50 and #7.50. 1
Lemonade and Water Sets.
Among our recent importations arc a large lot of partic
ularly beautiful Bohemian Glass Water, Lemonade and
Wine Sets in delicate colors, handsomely decorated with
floral designs. These are the most attractive goods of the
kind ever shown here, and will be appreciated by any one
in search of pretty things in glass. Water sets contain
pitcher and 6 tumblers. Prices arc from #1.50 te #3.00.
Wine sets contain decanter and 6 glasses on glass tray.
Prices #3.50, #5.00 and $6.50.
Other Things in China.
Chocolate pots, chocolate sets, sugar and creams, crack
er jars, cups and saucers, shaving mugs, comports, Japan
ese china, tea sets, teapots, tankards, oatmeal sets, bisque
figures, plaster busts, decorated globes, jardiniers.
Large Shipment «l Japanese China Now on the Way
"We have all kinds of lamps at prices from 25c to #8.00.
Holt & Cates
have returned home, after a visit
to Miss Jennie Cates.
P. L. Sutherland, Ksq., is in
Florida looking after bis business
Mrs. Thomas E. Patterson, of
Griftin, visited Newnan relatives
T. W. Powel, Jr., of Alexander
City, spent several days at home
Misses Clyde Spearman and Fan
nie Belle Wood visited at Corinth
Raincoats, in a variety of cold's,
from #12.50 to #tS, at Barnett, St.
John it Co’s.
Underwear time is here. Most
complete stock in Newnan at P. F.
Cuttino & Co’s.
Mi's. 1). B. Bullard, of Palmetto, I
visited Mrs. T. P. Zellars a few
I days last week.
Your clothing wants can be sup
plied at moderate priccsat Barnett,
i St. John it Co’s.
Miss May Herring spent the
I week end in Atlanta, the guest of
Miss Mozel Gann.
i Some handsome styles in brown
panama skirts just opened at I*. F.
Cuttino it (Vs.
Mrs. W. L. Stallings has return
ed from a visit to Mrs. Charles
Northen in Atlanta.
J Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Senoia,
| spent Monday night with the fam
ily of Dr. Z. Greene.
i Overcoats of only the best sorts.
Largest and most complete line at
. P. F. Cuttino & Co’s.
Mrs. Edward 1 bikes, of Palmet
to, visited Mrs. Will Murpltcy
I several days last week.
Mrs. W. B. Orr, who has been
critically ill several months, is
thought to lie improving.
Picture frames at Scroggin Fur
niture Co.’s give satisfaction. We
make a specialty of frames. If
Miss Mattie Hester and Master
Karl Hester, of Monroe, Ga., are
the guests of Mrs. J. T. Fain.
Miss Clyde .Spearman attended
an entertainment given by friends
at Madras last Tuesday night.
Winter suits for men and young
men, #10 to #20.
Barnett, St. John & Co.
Sideboards! Yes, we have them.
| Call and see some beauties.
tf Scroggin Furniture Co.
Douglas,Clapp and Ziegler shoes.
We sell them.
P. F. Cuttino it Co.
“The Country Girl” show fur
nishes a barrel of fun. At Audi
torium Friday night, Nov. Kith.
Gloves of all kinds for women.
Kid and calf skin gloves, woolen
golf gloves. P. P. Cuttino it (’o.
WANTED—Boys to work in our
Newnan Picture Frame Works.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Nicholson,
of 72 blast Washington Street,
announce the arrival of a little
lady visitor, who came Monday.
Then see ovr
For Cartridges and
is the WORST
he gets a
the Gun that
by making them
happy and satisfied
Shoot the “PIEPER”
Canvas and Corduroy
Canvas and Leather
Shells: All Powders and Loads
Newnan hardware Company
II Greenville st. Phone 148.
New line of ladies’ and misses’
'tourist coats just received by ex
press. P. F. Cuttino & Co.
M iss Marguerite Niinnally re-
turned to Rome last week, to re
sume her studies at Shorter (College.
Smart suits and overcoats for
boys, in a variety of attractive
styles, at Barnett, St. John & Co’s.
Judge L. A. Perdue has received
the IkiihIh and commissions of all
the newly elected county oflicers.
“The Country Girl” show is one
of the top notchers. See it at Au
ditorium Friday night, Nov. Kith.
The “Hawes” hat for men.
None better made. Agents,
P. F. Cuttino & < ’o.
If you want to be introduced to
the “Country Girl” go to the Au-
Iditorium Friday night, Nov. ltith.
Mrs. W. B. Pringle has returned
| from Chiekamauga, accompanied
by Mrs, Gordon Lee, who will
IN OUR ANNEX
Tailor-made suits for women. The newest style
garments, per lent lilting, hand-tailored.
Tourist coats for women in ’.ho fashionable plaid
or plain cloths.
Rain coats for women, exceptional values.
Cloaks of all kinds for children, attractively
The largest line of high grade skirts ever shown in
Rugs Carpets Mattings
Curtains Draperies Blankets
IN OUR ANNEX
Local News of Newnan ?
ohn Faver, of LaGrange, spent
iday at home.
j. R. Powell pays the highest
ces for bides. tf
t. S Bowden,Esq., was up from
-in last Saturday.
J rs . E. D. Power has lieen quite
i for several days.
Jr. Edward Dominick was up
m Turin yesterday,
lugh Hackney, of Atlanta,
nt Sunday at home.
)r. Anderson, Dentist; gas ad-
listered; Salbide Bldg. tf
Jiss Cleone Ham visited rela-
B8 at Turin last week.
3. R. Barrett, E*q., was in At-
ta several days this week.
Jiss Mary Jones, of Turin,spent
eral days in the city recently.
Mrs. E. A. B. Leo has recovered
from a severe attack of lagrippe.
New line of men’s neckwear just
opened at P. F. Cuttino & Co’s.
Prof. F. Roy Almon was over
from Whitesburg last Monday.
Hall racks at Scroggin Furniture
Co.’s are beauties, and prices low.
Mrs. Hewlett Hall and little son
are visiting relatives in Hamilton,
Meet the “Country Girl” at the
Auditorium, Friday night, -Nov.
S. S. Bridges, from near Sargent,
was a visitor to Newnan last Sat- 1
Dr. R. E. Foster, of Sharpsburg,
was greeting Newnan friends yes
i Mrs. Clarence Kestler has re
turned from a visit to friends in
Mrs. Mayme Bacon Cox and
Miss Alice Cox, of College Park,
you nave a coin y<
some niadioine to cure it; and
if you haven't one you want
some to keep you from taking
one. Wo can supply your
needs in either or both of these
Colds, la grippe, bronchitis
and pneumonia are going \<t
abound and you are going to
need medicine. We have most
all of the drugs and remedies
used for these throat and lung
affections, and we offer them
to you. Among the lot are:
Pine Tar and Honey.
Lemon Hof Drops.
Laxutive Hroino Quinine.
King’s New Discovery.
One minnte Cough Cure.
Chamberlain’s Cough Rem
Week’s cold cure.
Only make known your
wants to ns and we will do the
I have removed from Greenville
Street to No. 1 Ea^t Broad Street,
next door to the new bank. Have
a new and nicely appointed store
and an absolutely new stock of
Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds,
etc. All goods, the latest and
most beautiful in the various
lines carried in a store of this
kind. Their freshness and loveli
ness delight every beholder.
May we have the pleasure of
showing you the new stoic and
the new stock'/
Frank J. Flannery
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
spend several weeks in Newnan
lad'ore going to Washington City
for the winter.
Mrs. W. A. Turner, Jr., and.
Mrs. DeWitte Poole have returned
from a visit to relatives in Carroll
Earl Wynn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph H. Wynn, who is attending
school in Newnan, has been quite
Miss MaryHioodrum is at home,
after spending several weeks with j
Mrs. I. ('. MeCrory, at College j
I Miss Kate Waldo and Miss Mary j
Crew Cumlell, of Atlanta, are the;
Friday Night, Nov. 16.
Alley & Freemont’s Musical
Cyclone of Fun and Laughter.
Presenting the Big City Show
THE COUNTRY GIRL
in Three Acts.
attractive guests of Miss Evelyn
Our winter stock of goods is
' large, and we intend to sell it.
: Give us a call.
Barnett, St. John & Co.
i Mrs. M. E. Neimann, of Barnes-
! ville, who had been visiting Mrs.
IT. E. Wadsworth for the past
|week, returned home Wednesday.
i An Attraction Strictly Guarautect
Prices: 25c, 50c and 75c.
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I Have your mules and horses in
jsured in the Mutual Life Stock In
I surance (’oinpany of Georgia. Ful
| face value of all policies will lx
paid. For information and terms
!call on or write to J. W. Will
i coxon. agent for Coweta and Car
I roll counties, Newnan, tf