10 CENT CASH STORE
is crowded with bargains, and cus
tomers looking tor holiday goods.
We have them and have them
Your parlor may nwrl tit tint' up
villi new furniture. We have it
at t lie old price.
We cim Me11 you a suit for *1 I,
•llit lit *|X, Hlllt lit ¥25, Hllit lit
*40. Center tallies, ((Or, 85o, $1.60
mid $2. Dining chairs, 76c, and
K r x;; plain chairs, 60c; rocking
nuii'M, 81 |o to $0. Matt rewseM,
*1.76 to *6. We auk for a com
parison of of our goods and prices.
Just received Inn line of men's
pants, *1 pair up to $1.
On our upper floor we carry
tjuceu of the pantry Hour. Our
priee $1. In for W) pound sack,
guaranteed. Our motto is cash
dew ii, under price Therefore. I>v
trading with u-. you don’t have
i > pay for had delds that accumu
late with every house thill sells
We have more glnss^vure now in
stock for yort to select your holi
day presents from than any stop
in town. They are first
goods; clear as crystal, and
prices than ever before.
$2.60 fancy water set
¥8 fuijcy water set
Glass (very fancy ware). .
Water bottles .
I.arge glass bowls
Thin blown tumblers, per-set
•J I I inch vases for
barge bowl and pitcher
s <|tin i t dishpnn
barge size wash pan
How I and pitcher
t food Jack plane
•Id foot clot lies w ire
Ladies' work basket
Bachelor's night lump . .
All collors crepe paper, per
Come and see the articles
suitable for Xmas gifts.
Hutchens’ 10c Store
West Side Square.
Iti orders Hudson lias been sick the past
Misses Katie and Nina Bowen return
ed to Griffin last Friday, after s|s>ndiaa
several days with their sister. Miss Jen
Velum.little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Hendrix, tins been sick for sev
eral days With scarlet fever.
Frank Pope and Miss Mary McOehee
visited in LaOrange la-f Sunday.
Bosh, little daughter of Mrs. Katie
Walker, lift* been quite ill.
Will Cobb, from Griffin, came up last
Saturday and spent Sunday with Ids
Bilik Nn-kleson spent last Sunday
with relatives m Oarrolltou.
Little Ruble Davis is much better.
Jim Jordan left last week for Texas,
where lie will visit his sister, Kirs. An
Mrs. I si ura Duncna and children are
, here from Palmetto. She was called to
the bedside of her sister, Mrs.J.O.Brook.
Charlie Tamer has moved huok from
LaOrange and is at the new cotton mill.
Miss Mary Farmer is confined to lior^
room with an attack of la grippe.
Will Neely was eontinod to liis room
lust week with chills anil fever.
W. H. Dewberry and daughter, Miss
I Idumea, from the country, spent last
'Thursday wiih friends.
I Charlie Newsom is very much mi-
Homer Allen visited relatives at Sar
gent lust Thursday.
Mrs. Mack Brook lias improved very
much since last week.
Mary, little daughter of Henry Giles
and wife, has been sick the past week.
Bascouib Bennett, wife and little
daughter are down from Sargent.
Mis. Hugh Parker lias been suffering
wltliYliuiuuHtism for several days.
Will White and wife moved in from
I Carrollton last week.
Mrs. Homer Allen tins been sick
(>id Brook wan outlie sick list several
days last week
Jeff Lassiter moved in wilh Ills fam
ily from Slmr|isliiirg Inst Monday
■ Charlie Hendrix, who is now located
l in Franklin, s|KUit liisr Saturday night
and Sunday with the home talks.
Mrs. Koheri Uiciiie was sick last week.
Misses Belle uiul Myrtice Gusset mov
ed back from the country last. week.
Mrs. John Allen was i|uite sick with
la grip|ie the early imrt of this week.
I J W Hanson visited nt Hanning last
Frank Elaiison, who was confined lit
home so long hv sickness, bus recovered.
| Mrs. I. O. MoLieliee spent a few days
the (wist week with her daughter, Mrs
| John Garner, in LnOrunge.
Presiding Elder Bobbins, from La
Grange, preached an interesting sermon
at Lovejoy M -morial Ust Suuday night.
Brother Layton filled Ins regular ap
pointment nt the chapel last Sunday.
He received one member by experience
and two by letter. The one to tie bap
tized was Frank Moore, and the ordi
nance was administered at 3 o'clock
Mrs. W. A. Haynio"liddaughter,Miss
Clara, are visiting relatives in Arkansas.
J. M. Watkins, of Wliitesburg, sjielit
Friday night with liis brother, P. O.
Mrs Iva Massey, of Newnnn, spent
Thanksgiving week with relatives in
Ben Cannon was adjudged insane last
week and was carried to Milledgeville
Monday by J. B. Walker.
W. C. Bussell spent Tuesday in At
Miss Florence Moore, of Madras,spent
last week with her Hunt, Mrs. F. O.
Airs. D. C. Anderson, after spending
three weeks with relatives in Turin and
Newiian, returned to Florida Inst Fri
J. B. Walker, of Arlington, spent a
few (lays last week with liis father, J.
Mrs. H.F. Bt-ese visited liar daughter,
Mrs. Adamson, in Carrollton, last week.
Arthur Bailey and Glenn North, of
Malone, are with Turin relatives fora
few days. These young men, formerly
ol tins place, now of Houtli Georgia, re
port a very short crop down there.
John Hpior, of Kowiinu, was in town
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Miss Fannie Johnson and G. P.
A mull, to take place the evening of the
The remains of VV. M. Walker, soil of
.). B. Walker and wife, were brought
from Milledgeville Inst Monday and in-
term l m Tranquil cemetery Tuesday.
This young man had been nfilleted since
a fall received when quite young, and
six years ago his physician and family
deemed it advisable to send him to the
j State Suiiitbrinni He was a good boy
and loved hv all wiiokncw him.
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
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 our 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.
At 10.60, square mirror.
At 16.00, oval mirror (princess).
At 21.(V), oval mirror (princess).
At 211.00, oval mirror (princess).
At 26.00, oval mirror, swell front.
At prices ranging from 15.00 to 15.00.
Folding bed lounges, from 10.50 to 18.00.
At prices ranging from 10.50 to 80.00.
Extension dining tnUe* at from 0.00 to
I'arlor tables in oak and mahogany at
7.4S-to 0 OS.
Stylish dining chairs, leather seats, at at
Rugs and Art Squares.
Hugs and art squares in Smyrna, Velvet,
Axminster and Brussels These are ex
tremely low in price, hut high in quality.
Our spring bed and mattress stock is “up
to sinitf,” and we invite your especial atten
tion to our line. Buy a “Gold Medal’’
spring and a “National Sanitary Felt’’ mat
tress and gi*od rest is yours.
All wool blankets at $5, $0 and #7- 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 $1.
Best grade lloor linoleums at 75c a square
yard Choice patterns.
Pictures to suit everybody at low prices.
See me for trunks; 1 have them.
The vote in the News’ piano
contest was as follows, when the
paper went to press this week:
Miss Beiwie Kirby, Newiian U 585
" Jewel Paver " -- r - 8,400
“ Kate Snead “ ... 1.800
“ Until MoDonuld.llth Hist 11,030
*• Mayhelle Sewell, Graiitvllle.--.850
•* Lottie White “ ..8.000
“ Maude Warren, Sargent ..500
“ Opal MoKtiiglit. Setioia. 8,1HH)
Prof. Astin’s Opinion of the
Editor News:—I have an inquiry from
one of the piano contestants as to the
value of the Olititou piano to he given
away by the News on Deo. tMtli. Will
answer through the News.
Wlien you first mentioned this contest
to me, I suggested using a cheap piuito,
believing it 1 would prove more profitable
to yon in the contest because of the low
cost; hut ns yon wishod to book up the
instrument with my endorsement, I sug
gested the Clinton, as I use a Clinton in
my home and snow its quality and val
ue to be just wlrnt you have olnimed.
The makers of the Clinton unwillingly
agreed to furnish this instrument, say-
i ing they did not make prize pianos. I
| overcame their argument with the fact
flint a sufficient number of Clintons to
establish a reputation had already been
sold in this connty.
1 There is not a piano in Coweta county
sold nt $850 or less tlmt D of higher grade
than the instrument the News will give
awa v on Dee. 84th, and I defy any agent
I or denier to prove to the contrary.
Newiian. Gn., Dec 13, 1U06.
When the Trees Begin
To Leave fi) 0 0
It’s time to turn your thoughts to suit
able clothes for Autumn and Winter.
With these thoughts you will naturally
turn your steps to
4 ORR €s POWELL 4
J. N. MARBURY
Successor to Newnan Furniture Co.
Charles D. Whitmire, a well known .
employe of the Cole Mfg. Co , was injur- j
ed in an acoident at the shops Wodnes- j
day morning. He was caught on a rap-|
idly revolving shaft and liis left arm was j
crushed between the elbow and shoal- j
der. The young man was carried to the |
offioe of Dr. T. J. Jones, where lie re-:
ceived surgical aid, and was then remov-
ed to his boarding house, the residence :
of Mrs. Lewis Hill. Mr. Whitmire lias
been with the Cole Co. for several years
and is a valued employe. He is a cousin
of Mr. J E Zachery, proprietor of the
Newiian Marble Works
We are only asking 60c for Low-!
ney’s Chocolates. Why eat Nun-.
nally’s at 80c! We will have a
full supply in all the fancy pack- ;
ages for Xmas trade.
Adams. ’Phone 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Garland Jones, of Kan
sas City, will arrive in Newnan next j
week to spend the holidays with Mr. and
Mrs. B. T. Thompson.
Mrs. Lizzie Sexton died Wednesday
at the home or Dr. Luni Jackson west
of Newnan. Funeral occurred Thurs
day. Deceased leaves four children.
We receive fresh bread every
day; 6, 10 and 15c bread. Adams.
’Phone 1. I
Flour That is Pure and Reliable
We have recently equipped our flour mills with the latest
and best machinery and are now making the highest grades of
llmir on the market. We will at all times use the best wheat
obtainable, and having the best machinery and an expert mil
ler to operate, we arc assured of a good uniform flour.
Some of the so-called highest patent Hour is made by bleach
ing and in seme cases, it is said, by adulterants. Our flour is
ahhoi.utki.y puke and no artificial means are used in its uiunu-
facturq. Try it and you will be pleased. You run no risk,
every bag is guaranteed. We do not sell at retail. You will
find our Hour with most of the merchants. Ask your grocer
for “Askf.w-’s Best” und “Imperial" (our highest patents),
“Snow Vlake" and “Coweta” (our three-quarters patent).
Our pure wheat bran and shorts mixed is the richest food on
the market. Try it and you will use no other.
W. S. ASKEW COMPANY
illinery Goods at and Below Cost
My stock of Millinery Coods is entirely too
large to be left on hands and carried over to
another season, and to avoid this, I am offer
ing the best part of my seasonable stock at
COST and some of it BELOW COST. This is
an extraordinary opportunity to buy first class
millinery goods of all kinds at less than their
market value. Come and examine the stock.
MISS FANNIE BUTTS.