Supplement to THE NEWNAN NEWS, Dec. 14, 1906.
Figures of the Local Cotton
Tin' figures printed below, furnished
the Nows by Mr .1. H Mummers, show !
Newnan's monthly coiroii receipts for
the st um,ns of I'KHl, I (KM, 1906 mid 1006,
tip to dute Receipts Inst yeur to Deo.
1st amounted to III,(170 bales. ilie stock
3,507 Im'es; (Ins year the receipts
illtinutiled to II 721 lull's mid the stock
to 8,557 Iiiile.s. The sharing'' on receipts
on Dee 1st, its compered with last year,
wiis 1.11(11 hiiles mid on stis'U 10 bales.
Henders of the News should preserve
these figures tor IUture r'-fereiice.
5 011 1,137
5 723 6,348
Wednesday evening at the home of
the bride’s mother, Mrs. I,ilia Bridges,
Miss Vela Bridges mid Mr. .1 olill Kinli
aril Ingram were married, Hev, ,1. W
It. Jenkins officiating.
The bridal couple entered the parlor,
which was iMiautifully decorated in
white and green, to the strains of Men-
delsshon's wedding march, rendered by
Mrs, K. L. Merrill. The hri'le's wed
ding gown whs of white silk, mid she
was a picture of girlish lovliness.
A course supisir was served in the
dining room, which was elaborately
decorated, the color scheme being pink
Mr. and Mrs. Ingram wilt lie at. homo
to their friends at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Bridges
A. F. Parrott made u business trip to
Newnan last. (Saturday.
Will McGee nnd wife and Miss Lizzie
Parrott attended services at Rbetiezor
Alton Koyeton and family visited ,1.
II. Wynn's family at Kedron last Sun
W. M. Jackson and wife and little son
were thu guests of J. L Hammock's
family at .McCollum, lost Sunday.
"Uncle" Ike Smith and wife silent
Sunday last with relatives here.
Wilhnr Houston and Miss Carrie
Belle Pollard were quietly married last
Sunday afternoon by Will Coggin, Esq
M. D. Thurmond and daughters,
Misses Minnie and Luoile, attended di
vine services at Kbenezer last Sunday.
Luther Todd nnd Horner Hammett, of
Lougstreot, wore here last Tuesday on
M. D. Thurmond made a business j
* trip to Palmetto last Tuesday.
While assisting in hog killing last
Friday, F. M. Parrott was badly hurt, |
but is slowly rooovoriug.
Atlanta Conference M. E.
Tho Atlanta Conference of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church closed its sea- i
sions at the Newnan church of thisde-;
nomination last Monday morning, i
Bishop Cranston, of Washington. D. C , j
a white bishop of the deuoiniu&tiou,pre
sided over the Conference.
The ri'isirts to Conference showed
gieat- increase in benevolent collections,
j in membership, in church building and
I ill every department of church work.
I)r. G A Nuiiiinlly of the First Baptist
(church addressed the Conference in the
I Interest of the prohibition movement in
Bishop Cranston pleached at the First
M. K church. South last Sunday even-
: ing He delivered a splendid sermon
and made an excellent impression on
i lie large audience assembled to hear
him. Monday morning the Bishop read
Ids appo iitiueuts for the Atlanta, Grif-
tln, Gainesville nnd Home Diafiibts of
the Cnnfeience. Appointments for At-
lanin DistDet are as follows:
C L Johnson, Presiding Elder Atlmi-
tn--(’eiitriil avenue, .1 A Rush; Olinpel
street, E il Oliver; Ariel Bowen, David
Gray; Frost aliapel (supply), ,1 M Dan
iel; North Atlanta (supply), N Bridges;
University, (supply), J W E Bowen;
Battle Hill. J M Spencer; College Park,
N J Orally; Oak City, H M White;Fair
born, William MeWillie; Palmetto, A
J Wilson; Newnan, M ,M Alston; New-
i nan circuit, J J Jones; Grantville and
1 Lutherville E R Miller; Grnntvillo oir-1
■ cuit, 11 E Burns; St. Charles iniTl Mount I
Zion, H K Thomas; Enon Grove, (sup
ply); R B Leslot; Wlnti sburg (supply),
E II Leo; Hogansvillc, E W Cox; Ho-
1 gansville circuit. J W Tlmrpe; G W
Arnold, agent stewards’ foundation
fund, nielli her university quarterly con
ference; J P Wrngg, agent of the Ameri
can Bible Society.
How Diphtheria la Contracted.
One often hears the expression, "My
i child caught a severe cold which de-
I veloped into diphtheria," when the truth
was that the cold had simply left the
little one partiou'nrly susceptible to the
wandering diphtheria germ When
Clinmlierlniii's Cough Remedy is given
it quickly cures the Chid and les
sens the danger of diphtheria or nuy
other germ disease lining contracted.
For sale by Peniston & Lee.
George W. Gable Dead.
| Senoia, Deo. II.—Mr. George W.
I Gable died Monday afternoon from oau-
■ cor. His remains were buried at Hiiral-
' son Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Cable was
i oouuty treasurer of Coweta. He was
58 years of ago and leavos a wife and
nine children. He was n Confederate
Ou account of increased ex|>euse and
work, I find it unprofitable to longer
continue delivering messigos to any
l»rt of the city for 5c., ami after this
date will oeaso doing so. Ou and after
December 1st a note or package deliver
ed will cost 10c. H. S. BANTA.
Rev John B Robins, Presiding Elder
of the LaGrangn District, will preooli at
the Methodist church Sunday morniug
Owing to tlfe lateness of the train Sun
day morning. Rev. Alex Bcaler did not
fill his appointment at the Baptist
oimroh Sunday morning. A good ser
mon was hoard, I owever, from Rev. J.
B. S. Davis, of Newnan, who was the
guest of Hon. S. E. Leigh and wife.
The Ladies Parsonage Society was
pleasantly entertained by Mrs. N. O.
Banks Wednesday afternoon. A lovely
pin cushion presented by Mrs. O. P.
Glower, was sobl for ft; a sofa cushion,
made by Mrs. R. I. Sewell, bronght Olio.
Other articles were also given, running
the total amount of snles to $2 35. Three
now names were added to tho member
ship—Mrs. McElroy and Mrs. J. T.
White and Mrs. Bobo. Tho invited
guests were Mrs. Harold Baxter, New
York ; Misses Gortio Post, Lucile Banks,
Tommie White and Mrs. T. B. Banks.
A delicious salad course was served by
j Misses Maud Bugg and Ethel Hanks,
( followetWy rosette wafers and chocolate
A most delightful evening was enjoyed
by those present.
Mrs. Colley Leigh is in Newnan to-
Mrs. J D Moreland. Mrs. N. O.
| Banks anil Ethel Banks spent Saturday
M't'H. II. Abner Camp and Mrs. R. F.
Brannon, of Moreland, were guests Fri
day of Miss Emma Belltf Zellars.
F. T. Meaohum was in St. Marks
Thursday on business.
Miss Minnie White, of Lone Oak, is
visiting Miss Willie May Lambert.
Rev. A. II. S. Bugg lias returned from
a visit to relatives in Milledgeville and
Miss Tommie Lou Lester is visiting
relatives in Newnan.
Misses Plant and Gill, of Rocky
Mount, were recent guests of MIbs Jeu-
nie Lou Gill
Mrs. Hugh Brooks, of Hognusville,
was the guest of Mrs. J. T.' White Fri
Miss Mary Glower spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glower in New-
Miss Gertie Post spent the first few
days of this week with Miss Delia Wis
dom in IgiGrnnge.
Miss Estelle Zellars, one of Agues
Scott’s bright pupils, is at home.
John Sims, of Paluiotto, was a guest
at the home of N. O. Banks Sunday.
W. A. Bolmnnon visited his sister,
MissSailie Beliannon at LaGrange Fe
male College Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Owonsbv was in Newnan
Miss Willie Jeter is spending tho week
with relatives in Moreland.
Mrs. E. O. Smith has returned home
from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Clias.
Haynes, of St. Charles.
Boozer Payne spent a few days last
week in Atlanta.
Mrs. T. M. Zellars visited her mother,
Mrs. Fuller, at St. Charles, Tuesday.
Glenn and Dan Post, of Newnan,
spent last week with their grandparents,
Hon. and Mrs. W. A. Post.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lester, of Newnan,
spent Saturday and Sunday with Judge
T. M. Lester and family
Mrs Stevie Robertson, of Moreland,
visited her sister, Mrs. F. A. Jeter,
Sim Zellars, of Palmetto, is at the
home of his brother, Capt. T. E. Zellars.
J. D. Cole, of Louise, was the guest of
D. Y. Bryant Sunday.
Prof. Clms. Astin and son,of Newnan,
were iu GrantviUe Sunday.
. Hon. W..A. Post and N. O. Banks
made a business trip to LnGrnnge today.
E. B. Cotton was in Atlanta Sunday.
Miss Myrtis O’Neal and J. H. Walker
went to Nownan Sunday.
Col. W O. Post visited his parents
J. H. Mcaoham, of Hogansville, spent
Tuesday with his son, F. T. Meaolmm.
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Gilbert visited
relatives in Senoia Saturday and Sunday.
Ben Kirby, of Newnan, was iu Grant-
T. M. Lester made a business trip to
T. E. Siuis had a painful aooldont Fri
day wliilo sawing lumber at thn saw
mill of T. M. Zellers. A scantling 8 or
10 feet flew back and struck him ou the
shoulder, knocking him down, and a
largo splinter penetrated the flesh for 4
or 5 inches, oansiug much suffering (or
The Homo Mission Society will meet
ntthcM.E. church Sunday afternoon
at 3 o’clock
The Hosiery Mill has purchased ti e
Hungerforth plaoe and will erect a com
modious warehouse thereon in the near
Mrs Dollle Arnold, of Newnan, was
the guost Tuesday of Mrs W. G. Sadler.
Miss Bessie Gamp, of the 3rd district,
spent Saturday with Mrs J. E. Doan.
At Central Baptist Church.
At this church next Sunday morniug
at 11 o'olook Dr. J. S. Hardaway will
deliver a sormon on the subject of "Obe
dience to Law.” At night at the usual
hoar Rev. A. J. Mouorief, President of
Cox College will deliver an address oil
the subject of general eduoatiou. The
public will be welcomed to both services.
The man with principle should
take some interest in politics.
Thorough humility is tho best
preparation for true greatness.
A story unfit for ladies to hear
is unfit for a gentleman to tell.
A gift that depends upon its
cost for favor is seldom remem
When a man starts out Jo look
for trouble he doesn’t get enough
walking to start his blood to going
Now that the frost is thick upon
his windows the average man is
yearning for an opportunity to
A man who will listen to the
troubles of others is seldom idle;
the man who wants to tell his
troubles has a busy time finding a
When doubt enters hope shivers.
Christianity consists of doing,