Depends upon the
KIND of Seed.
Buist’s Seed Potatoes have
made good ymir after year un
til we are convinced that there
are no better seed. Others evi
dently think so too as our grow
ing trade shows.
The first cost of Buist’s Pota
toes is somewhat greater than
the nameless brands of the
market, yet the certainty of re
sults and the abundance of crop
makes the difference a wise in
vestment. The name Buist on
the barrel insures your getting
the best Eastern seed.
It has been proven times
without number that Western
potatoes will not produce in the
South while Eastern grown
seed are perfectly adapted to
soil and climate. Buist’s pota
toes are grown in the extreme
northeast portion of the coun
try—in PrinceEdward’s Island,
Nova Scotia and Maine by ex
parts in potato culture. This
explains the remarkable success
of these seed in our section.
The following brandsure now
on sale and we hope t > have
your orders l'«r t he same.
Bliss Triumph, 75c peck
Beauty of Hebron, 75c peck
Houlton Early Rose, 75c peck
Snowflake, 75c peck..
(.Note) The Snowflake potato
has become our leading variety.
It is white Boshed and mealy,
conies as enriy as any and is of
good si/e and shape. Each
trial makes a new customer.
Let, us supply your Garden
Seijd. We packet our seed
from hulk, give you perfectly
fresh seed, extra quantity and
the finest variet H-.
HOLT & CATES
Local News of Newnan I
MONDAY NIGHT, FEB. 4TH
"The Sweetest Girl
- In Dixie” -
A pretty drama of Southern life, in
which good triumphs and wickedness is
worsted. Presented hy n sclent compa
ny of dramatic artists, this beautiful
play delights all classes of people.
Tickets on sale at
BRADLEY S DRUG STORE.
To the Public.
You are warned not to give em
ployment to my minor son, Tom
Broom head, alias Clarke. .Jan. 51,
1907. Kate Broom head. 4<>
Requires good seed
first of all. We have
them,—the kind that
A large assortment
of garden and dower
Seefl, in package and
Mrs. C. H. Hall and daughter,
Kate, of.fnda, Wisconsin, arrived
last week to spend some time with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Hall, of Second district.
Vote in the News’ teachers’ con
test. Two handsome prizes will
be given to lady teachers of this
Miss Lula McMichael, of Atlan
ta, is visiting her brother, J. L. j
McMichael, and family and oth«ir
relatives, in this county.
Alabustinc sanitary wall coat
ing, all shades, at Reese Drug Co. j
Mrs. F. If. lvlingenberger, of
Atlanta, is visiting her brother, i
E. B. McMichael, her mother and
other relatives and friends in this
FOR RENT—Extra two horse
farm. Apply to M. G. Keith, tf
FOUND—White heifer about 2
years old, at my place one and a
half miles east of Newnan. Call
on Wai. Parks, Col.
Bread sales continue heavy.
Why? Because it is Sehlesiuger’s,
the best 5c loaf bread in Newnan.
I Adams. ’Phone 1.
j FOR SALE.—Two-horse farm
three miles from Newnan is for
rent for standing rent or on halves.
Apply to H. M. Arnold, City.
Dr. Anderson, Dentist; gas ad
ministered; Salbide Bldg. tf
The Newnan Ministerial Asso
ciation will meet at the usual time
and place Monday, Feb. 4th, 1907.
Have you tried our Pitted Cher
ries and Preserved Strawberries?
If no . why not? Adams. ’Phone
Mr. .1. A. Brook, of Carroll
county, a gentleman well known in
Coweta, was a visitor to Newnan
New lot weather thermometers,
all kinds, at Reese Drug Co.
R. 11. Ware, Esq., made a busi
ness trip to Gridin and other points
down that way this week.
A large 50-gallon oil tank for
sale cheap, at Reese Drug Co.
Deviled Crabs with shells,
■Shrimp, Imported Smoked Sar
dines, Marisehiuot herries. A dams
At the First Methodist Church
on Sunday morning Dr. Quillian
will preach. In the evening at 7
o’clock Dr. J. B. Robins, tlie Pre
siding Elder, will preach. The
first Quarterly Conference for the |
year will lie held on Monday.
L. R. Powell pays the highest
prices for hides. tf
The big double contest is on. i
Six valuable prizes will lie given
away by the News. Read about it
in the big ad. in this week’s papei / .
LOST—Last Saturday afternoon
a ring set with two rubies. Re
ward if returned to No. GO Wesley
Miss Maggie Summers, of Atlan
ta, was the guest from Saturday
until Monday of her father, Mr.
J. II. Summers, and family.
May we add to your order some
Cut Loaf and Pulverized Sugar?
Mrs. Mattie Thomas returns to
Union Springs, Alabama, today,
after visiting Newnan relatives for
Two boys and two girls ol’Cow
eta county are offered the oppor
tunity to win two fine bicycles and
and two beautiful gold watches.
Read about this matter in the ad
vertisement printed elsewhere in
j this week’s News.
“Buckwheat Flour” and Wes
son Salad Oil? Yes, we snail send
them right out. Adams. Phone
School supplies—pencil anil ink
tablets, composition nooks and ex
amination paper, at Reese Drug
‘ We carry all the late magazines
and periodicals on our newsstand.
tf Peniston & Lee.
Boys, do you want to own a fine
bicycle or a splendid gold watch?
Read in' this week’s News how
you can win a watch or wheel
without investing a dollar of mon
ey. and in addition earn some hard
cash while you are winning an
elegant prize. The same proposi
tion is made to girls.
When in need of a messenger,
'phone 1. It's 5c per trip.
For prescriptions or medicine
after 10 p. m.. call phone 41.
Reese Drug Co..
Seroggin Furniture Co. can save
you 20 to 50 per cent, on furni
ture on special orders. Our mail
order department is complete, 'fry
us on a fine piece. tf
Yes. 1 have Curtis Bros. Boned
Chicken. Adams. ’Phone!.
Mrs. S. L. Faver was in Atlanta
Mr. Frank L. Stevens has re-1
turnedrl.ioin a business trip to New
Garden, Held and flower seed,
new crop ,just[ arrived, at Reese
Miss Maie Campbell is visiting
friends in Atlanta.
D. W. Boone is in New York
City, on a business triy.
“Petit Pois” French Peas. A
Dainty Dish. Adams. ’Phone I.
Mrs. L. M.Simril, of LaGrange,
is visiting Newnan relatives.
Mr. Pierce Del’ass left Wednes
day night for Williston, Fla., hav
ing been called there by the death
of his father.
Picture frames at Seroggin Fur
niture Co.’s give satisfaction. We
make a specialty of frames. tf
FOR RENT'—Furnished rooms
in the Sanatorium Building. Ap
ply to Dr. I'. B. Davis, City. 21
FOR RENT'—Two new, well
lighted office rooms. Apply at the
store of Atkinson Bros. 2L
.lodge R. W. Freeman will go to
Buchanan next Tuesday to preside
for .lodge Price Edwards in Har
alson Superior Court in the hear
'ingot some eases in which .lodge
Edwards is disqualified.
For Break last: Form, Egg-O-See,
Puffed Rice, Cream of Wheat,
Shredded Whole Wheat, Pawnee
Oats. Found at Adams. ’Phone
Sideboards? Yes, we have them.
Call and see some beauties.
tf Seroggin Furniture Co.
You remember the ladies who
were here selling “Plantene,” the
j new shortening. We have it in
stock now. ’Phone us your orders,
The News is requested to an
nounce that members of the “St.
Cecilian Chorus” who ordered
music for the dub’s course of
study can get same Saturday morn
ing by calling at the residence of
Mrs. Michael Powell.
Mrs. S. L. Faver and Mrs. T.
L. Cam]) visited relatives in Pal
metto last Tuesday.
That cannot bo impressed too
strongly upon wnroli owners.
'J’liis is it: A watch should re
ceive the attention of unp repair
department at least once a year,
There may appear to he nothing
particularly wrong with it. still a
cleaning and overhauling at feast
once a year would lengthen the
life of the watch wonderfully.
It is asking too much of a watch
to expect it to keep true to ns du
ties if it is hampered more and
more hy slowly accumulating
dust and dirt.
Besides, this taxes the delicate
mechanism to excess, and certain
ly shortens the life of a watch. A
cleaning and a little oil in the
right places will work wonders.
Frank 1 Flannery
20 cent DISCOUNT
A mild January left us over
stocked on Heating Stoves. We
are offering our entire stock of
Heaters at 20 per cent discount to
make room for Spring Goods.
These stoves will cost us 40
per cent more next fall, but we
need space, and will save you 40
per cent if you buy now for next
winter. Remember February is
our most severe month and one of
our stoves will make a home out
of any house.
NEWNAN HARDWARE CO
H Greenville st. Phone 148.
Judge \V. U. Ilodnotlwas down! The Bible Circle of the first
from Carrollton yesterday. Baptist church will meet next
Fresh garden. Held and llower! Wwhuuday afternoon at the resi-
seed, bulk and packages, at Reese 1 ,le,,<:u of MrH * A '
1 >rug < 'o.
Reese I >rug < 'o.
all styles, at
Messrs. .1. II. and R. E. Minims
were in Atlanta last Tuesday.
For your health’s sake use
Graham and \\ hole Wheat Flour.
Adams sells it. ’Phone 1.
“The Sweetest Girl in Dixie” is
an excellent vehicle for a talented
company, presenting as it does, a
pretty Southern romance.—Hous
ton, Texas, Post, September 25,
190i>. At Auditorium, Monday
night, Feb. 4th.
Rev. W. S. Gaines’ Appoint
Rev. \V. S. Gaines will be at
.tones’ Chapel next Saturday and
Sunday morning. Quarterly meet
ing will lie conducted and Presid
ing Elder .1. I!. Robins will occupy
the pulpit. Sunday night Mr.
Gaines will preach at Love,joy
Memorial church in this city.
Onr Sunday school at Macedonia Ims
been changed to moot in the utli-moon
about *4:50 o’clock except on second Sun
days w'e will incut before I he regular
.Miss Emma Stephens and
Guy A nbrey and Miss Nellie Byrd 11)r ' , * ol,i,,K l,onr - ,
‘ , | ■ , I, . | J here was a singing at Ke.v. 10. I\ <
and Mr. Hugh Hammond were j ter , s Sun(lHy , |iftllt>
married at Franklin last Sunday
Quite a large crowd witnessed the
marriage of Mr. Charlie. King and Miss
A1 ate Hyde which took place last Sun
day afternoon at the home of the bride's
mother. Rev. W. W Hoop performed
After writing insurance for several
months, Mr. .1 S. Cnrmieal is trying the
Mrs. It. C. King, of < .'ol u in bus is veil
ing relatives in Koseno,
A dog which was suppos'd to Is mad
was in the community on the night ot
There wiil he a singing at Macedonia
next Sundn v p. tn.
Next Saturday and Sunday are the
regular meeting days .it, Liberty.
Mrs. Haines, of Atlanta, spent a part
Hannah will occupy Ins pulpit in j , )f lttat WW!li Wlth lier hiHl01 . t lr , T . F.
this city ncxtSunday morning and Jones,
evening. The public is cordially j The pound supper which was at the
invited to attend both services. of Mr - ‘hawford lust Saturday
night was much enjoyed by those pres-
Gladden .James, a memb<*r of the out. Home interesting music was f'ur-
Mabel Paige Company, started a on the gaphophone hy Mr. J. O.
afternoon by ’Squire Jack Owens-
by It was a runaway affair. Mr.
Hammond was formerly employed
in Peniston’s drug store in this
Date of the installation of Rev.
,1. E. Hannah as pastor of Ihel
Presbyterian church Inis been
! changed from the second to the
fourth Sunday in this month. T he
'change of date was found neees-
j sar,\ because of the pastor’s up
pointment to preach at Turin on
the second Sunday. Rev. Mr.
j "Compared with the,fight I she. * 1 * * b * &
j make after niy inauguration iient
June, the recent gubernatori
I campaign will seem like a sweet
May shower beside a hurricane,"
i he said.
He then pledged himself tn
three great reforms, reduction of
freight and passenger rales, nv-
jority rule in elections and the
elimination of money and coipm,
lion influences from legislative
On these three points he urn-
clear and to the point. In eo-
densed form the reforms he wii
fight for are as follows:
A 2,000 mile interchangeable
book, goorl for any presenting it,
and uniform 2 cent fare.
A majority vote to elect cam •
dates instead of I he plurality rule
Shortening the time between
the election and inauguration of
Taking these three matters a.?
his text, lie elaborated at l -ngtl'
bringing frtqu til and hearty ;.p
plau.se Lorn his hearers. He laid
particular stress upon tlv: comii _
session of the legi-latore, and s c I
that upon them lay fh<* burden of
inaugurating many of there ( oiniu
He .1.110 that II i In r.illio.nl rui
mission did not do what. ’In ] ■.
pic wanted them to loth;;’ tf'
legislature should p. -s o law gi- •
ing authority to remove the;.i
from office. He said n w u: i
[cause him no embarrassment t
do it. -Atlanta Georgian.
Miss Hattie Sewell is teaching the
school at Roscoe.
An entertainment, was given by Miss
Annie Newton last Thursday night.
j small fil e in a dressing room at the
Auditorium last Wednesday after
noon by overturning an oil stove.
I Some of the contents of his trunk
were damaged, his loss amounting
to about #25. The Mabel Paige
Company was here for three nights
and amatinee thelirstof this week. , Before the Atlanta post of the
It is an excellent company and j Travelers’ Protective Association,
pleased theatre goers. Miss'in the Piedrrjorit hotel Saturday
Paige’s aeting was especially pleas-j evening, Governor-elect Hoke
ing. I Smith renewed and reasserted his
Hoke Smith Renews Pledges.
Panama Canal Erie Canal.
Machinery in digging the Paimnia < h>
nal a thousand times quicker than r 1 '
shovel dug the Erie.
Machinery produces the L. A V
i Paint at .">0 timee less rest 1’or labor.) I
it made by hand.
The L. & M. giv'-s the best job in tl
world, because L. & M. /inc harden.-, 5
& M. White Lend and makes I A V
Paint wear like iron for 10 to K, y -m>
It only requires -1 gallons of this e l ■
brated paint and 5 gallons of Linseed < n!
at BO cents per gallon, to paint a mode •
ate sized house.
If any defect exists iu L. & M Paint,
will repaint house for nothing.
ALEXANDER POPE sells L. & v..
Paints in pints and quarts at, half-gallon