Good Credit is a High Compliment and the best of Capita'
Census Bureau Report on the
Crop of 1906.
Wc Handle Edison Goods Exclusively
The New Udison
dlt will he extended unleai
ijvph all credit cuttomeiM to
The buxine** mid pmfe**lonnl people »>f this It>* have united their '* r »*dlt Int^rent*
»n« canned * Ontrnl fretlli Ufflee. known ni> Tlie H'lnlnon-, .Men a Mutual tro'«'■■
>,«»oolallon to h.- entsMUnhed In ililn olty wherein the ■ redlt N t>indlng "f ov-i yhn.ly
and nil concern* 1* recorded for ready reference, anil from now on
tv 111 be kepi of eJl credit a'mwIfriftH and liercaft
recommended hv the Central thedlt Office, hen"
**Th«*hont> in' w-111 bn rewrnrtl. d by a K"o,l crrdl nUndlnK. which will hn
In the bud.lnenn ptibllc Wilful debtor* will have no > r.-.m nUndltis and will not be
T *3 irllnnnrnt debit,).. will be afforded nn opportunity t" "ellle their debt*, end P"V-
nter.e will he M»«-,l to eorne within their men on . musing no hnnlnblp or b. rdeir
Tin Hetrelnrv >f Hie Annorlstlon will mull n settlement request to all delinquent
debtorn •frordll.K them « wnv to nettle II,el, Jon, debts and pla-e themselves In
,,.0,1 rrtdll e'nndln. All wlm nte hom-st should work In bnrmnny wltll the Assn-
fin ion .ml fnfnpel ll.e p.rtlee they pntronlie lo nmke « report ...memlln, their
credit. BH Kooti , ieitIt In n high compliment nml the
The btishtene nml profennlonnl people were . omt
Tnnke It poenltile t,, iiccomnioiln'" Hie worthy ci
^The^AniorhiHtfn V.*,"no collector nod nil letters having nny 'Onneotlon with It will
hi elgntd h> Ihc Annorlntlon,
I’ny the hoelnenn mid profinelonnl people
rewnrd you with n K"'>'1 credit standing
Pewnre of pnrtlec who tuny
In, likely It le bed. ,
Thin As-opintlnii in organized mid will bo conducted liv the business mid pro
fessional mount (’owclii miuidy, with u central office located m Newimu, On.,
wiiloll ih iiiiw npi ii mid doing business nl Room 4, Atkinson Building.
All parties doing n credit business nr who iimv Imve hIow or doubtful account,
m notes, me requisled to investigate and jinn this AssooiatJon nr mice mid help
the pond work along. Ask the merchants mid doolnrtt of Newimn, who are now
getting tfinel money on their old claims. Address
Business Men’s Mutual Protective Ass’n.,
Telephone No. 249. Newnan, Ga.
pi Y n 1.
co-opcfHt*» hi ord«»r to
lit and not h« Imposed
A*socl*t1n ain't*. thty
None fithcr* can.
condemn thin concern -look up tholr credit aixjM<l-
Washington, December 10.—The
census bureau today issued bulle
tin showing the total amount of
cotton of the crop of 111015, ginned
to December I, to have been 10,-
'025,445 bales, counting round
bales as half bales The total num-
! bur of ginneries in operation is
given as 28,211.
This is compared with the fig
ures of 11105, when the report
showed 8,(WJI,6ii:i 1 tales ginned and
2S,000 active ginneries. By states
, the cotton ginned and the numlter
of ginneries were as follows:
Greenville Street: ' =
Now have a full stock of all the new and choice music, and
machines of all sizes. Your repair work will receive promptand
careful attention cf skilled workmen. We extend a cordial in
vitation to the ladies to call and see us, and we will be glad to
play over all the latest music for you.
Beg to announce to the farmers of Coweta
and surrounding counties that they are now
prepared to weigh and store cotton.
Owing to the fact, that we have equipped
the warehouse with Improved Automatic
Sprinklers, have made the walls fire-proof, and
the building modern in every respect, we are
able to secure the lowest possible rates of in
surance, and are therefore prepared to offer
I Texas - —
on all cotton from the time
the wagon, and
it is taken from
Extra Storage Charge of 15 cents Per Bale.
Mr. J. A. Stephens will be in charge of the
weighing and is prepared to give, you prompt
and efficient service.
We shall be pleased to have your patronage.
Miss Annie Nixon, one of the most
popular young ladies in the county, was
married at the home of her parents,Dec.
2nd, to Mr. George ICstes, of Selma, Ala.
The Imppy couple left immediately for
their new home, where the groom holds
a line position with the Western Rail
way of Alabama.
Miss Annie Gene Culbreath entertain
ed last week in honor of Miss White, of
Miss Vesta Devine, of Kairburn. is
visiting the Misses Hudson.
Miss Lois Dean,of Spartanburg S. O.,
and Miss Stevie Timmons, of Atlanta,
are the guests of Mrs. S. M. Dean.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Johnston left Inst
week for Washington, D. O., fora visit
lo their son, Mr. Herman Johnston.
Young Johnston has recently returned
from the Philippines, but at present
holds a government position at Wash
Mrs. S. (3. Clark, of Augusta, is spend
ing some time with her son at the St.
Mrs. I), H. Bullard entertained last,
week for Mrs. J. A. Smith, of Atlanta,
and Miss Glover, of Bowman.
Mrs India Kstes has returned from a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. Will Perker-
huii, in Atlanta.
Mrs. Maggie Dean Morris returned
Tuesday from Atlanta, where for the
past week she had been the guest of Mrs.
Mrs. Minnie Smith and Mr
ett were quietly married on Sunday af
ternoon at the First. Methodist church.
Mr. Tout Daniel’s handsome new cot
tage is about completed oil “The Hill.”
Tile City Council is prewiring to im
prove the sidewalk around the bank
corner. The tiling lias arrived and will
lie placed at an early date.
Rev. George Barrett left Thursday
for Ids new home
Rev. Mr. Barrett and his wife left tunny
friends in Palmetto, who wish them
much success in their new Held of labor.
Mr. Tom Arnold is moving this week
into his new colonial home on Main Sr.
yuite a party leave for IgiGraugn on
tlie 20th to attend the marriage of Mr.
Harvie Mobley and Miss Mary Truitt.
(Join Outfit, complete $12.10
Gem Outfit, larger $14.20
Standard Outfit, complete $27.10
Standard Outfit, larger
Home Outfit, complete
Easy payments can
This outfit $32.00, payable $5.
We can fit you up with an outfit at most any price you desire
from $ 1 2.1 0 to $ 100, and you can arrange easy payments if
Our Mr. Bailey will be glad to demonstrate
one of these phonographs at your home if
Only 35c each.
The New Edison Phonograph Store,
Old Bank Building
L. W. BAILEY, Mgr.
minister's time. Heretofore this'
ehureh has luitl preaching only l
three Sundays in each month; this
being the case during the pastor
ate of Rev. O’N. Martindale.
Rev. Mr. Hannah is a young
preucher whose future appears to
be very promising. At present
he is preaching to the Presbyte
rian churches atThomaston,Green-
john Png- ville, Sonoia and Turin. He is an
interesting preacher and a thor
oughly consecrated minister, and
is a gentleman of splendid social :
<Iuulites and attractive personality.
Get it at
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A Home Made Happy by Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy.
About two months ago our baby girl 1
had measles wliioh settled on her lungs
DougiiiHville. mid at lost resulted in a severe attack of
bronchitis. We had two doctors hut no
relief was obtained. Everybody thought'
she would die. I went/to eight different
stores to find n certain remedy which
Imd lieen recommended to me and failed j
to get it, when one of the storekeepers
insisted that 1 try Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, f did so and our baby is olive
and well today.—Goo. W. Spence, Holly
Springs, N. U. For sale by Pemston &
Lee, Newnan, Gn.
If it’s anything in our line,
we’ve got it and at prices
our competitors can’t meet
We Guarantee ’Em!
Invitations have Ihhmi issued to
the marriage of Miss Fannie Eliza
beth Morris and Mr. Oscar S.
Fincher, which is to occur at the
residence of the bride’s mother,
Mrs. J. A. Morris, on Wednesday
! evening,Dec. 2(>that seven o’clock.
The young couple reside in the
western part of Coweta county,
where they are quite well known
At First Baptist Church.
Rev. A. .1. Moncrief, President
of Cox College, will preach at this
church next Sunday morning at
eleven o’clock. He is one of the
foremost Baptist ministers of the
State and a very able anti interest
ing preacher. The public is cor
dially invited to attend this service.
Winter time will soon Ik* here with its rain
and sleet, anil traveling in an open buggy
will l*e very disagreeable. Why not call
on us and get a comfortable, light-running
MADE IN NEWNAN
We put on rubber tires.
Presbyterians Call Pastor.
At a congregational meeting of
1 mem Iters of the Newnan Presby
terian ehureh, held last Sunday
I morning, Rev. Joseph K. Hannah,
of Thomas ton, was extended a
unanimous call to the pastorate of the act there,
this church. Dr. James Stacy
acted as moderator of the assem
bly: and the membership of the
ehureh was a unit in extending
the call to Mr. Hannah.
While his answer to the call will Cliumberlain s Dough
not l*c received until some time
later, it is belie veil Mr. Hannah
will accept the charge of this
church. The call is for all of the
We sell Dry Goods, Notions
Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
When to Oo Home.
From the Blufftou, Inch, Banner:
"When tired out, go home. When you
want consolation, go home. When you
want fan, go home. When you want to
show others that you imve reformed, go
home and let your family get acquainted
with the fact. When you want to show
yourselt at your best go home and do
When you feel like Ixdiig
ex:ru liberal go home ami practice on
your wife and children first. When you
want to shine with extra brilliancy go
home ami light up the whole house
hold ” To which we would add. when
you have a l»ad cold go home and take
Remedy and a
quick cure is certain. For sale by Penis-
ton & L-e. Newnan, Ga.
Give us a call. There’s money
in it for you.
Have you voted?
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