THE HERALD AND ADVERTISER.
VOL. X LI V.
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, MARCH 12. 1909.
Where We Stand
On the Drug
The quality of evefy drug, chemical anti
medicine purchased of us is guaranteed.
We look very closely to this matter all
the time. You may be sure that we
carry goods of the highest quality that
the market affords.
Our store was established for Repu
tation, and this is one way we propose
to secure it,—by maintaining standard
quality in our goods.
Bring us your prescriptions.
Buy your drugs of us. Our pharmacy
is in charge of a licensed druggist. You
may feel confident of receiving the proper
service and attention in every respect.
We mean for our store to be a mod
ern pharmacy, in the first place; a mer
chandise store only secondarily.
Ju^t to Remind You %
That We Have
Van Camp’s Cream in 5c. hnd 10c. cans.
Miller Bros.’ selected Blackberries, 15c.
Bartlett Pears, very fine, 35c.
Fresh shipment full cream New York
All grades of Coffee. Good bulk, 15c. and
20c. Best grades, 35c. or three pounds for $1.
Lady Fingers, Macaroons, Jolly Rolls, Lay
er Cakes. Graham Bread, Rye Bread, White
Biead. HOT ROLLS EVERY DAY.
C. P. COLE
Mrs. B. R. Sewell and daughters vis
ited Mr. Brock and daughter last
Miss Essie Hyde and brother, Ar
thur, from near Dodson, spent Sunday
at the home of Mr. J. T. Jones.
Mr. Glenn Sanders, of Roscoe, was
the guest Sunday of Mr. R. C. Stamps.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hyde and little
son spent Sunday with the family of
Mr. D. A. Brimer.
Mrs. -I. S. Edwards and daughter
spent Sunday in Roscoe.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. R. Sewell and fam
ily spent Sunday in Roscoe with Mr.
and Mrs. C. P. Sanders and family.
Miss Eula Cook returned Sunday
her home in Fairburn.
Mr. Grady Sewell and sister,
Roscoe, spent Sunday at the home
Mr. W. J. Moore.
Messrs. Glenn Sanders and R.
Stamps visited friends at Rico Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Sewell and chil
dren spent Saturday and Sunday in
Newnan with Dr. and Mrs. T. W.
J Mr. Hugh Glass had as his guesl
Sunday Mr. Wilson, of Newnan.
Mr. Gholston Sewell and sister, Stel
la, spent Sunday in Roscoe with Mr.
and Mrs. 0. L. Byram.
Misses Octavia and Willie Sewell
and Eula Cook visited relatives in Ros
coe last week.
Messrs. Frank Phelps and Kirby E.
Smith, of Newnan, were here Sunday
afternoon as the guests of Misses
Boyce and Annie Stamps.
Misses Eunice Stamps, Marie Sar-
ders and Maude Edwards spent Monday
night at the home of Prof. C. R. Sew
Miss Maude Edwards went on a shop
ping expedition to Buck last Saturday.
Mr. Glenn Sewell visited friends in
Campbell county Sunday.
Mrs. J. T. Jones and little sons
spent Tuesday with Mrs. W. H. Sewell.
The party given by Misses Boyce
and Annie Stamps last Wednesday
night was much enjoyed by everyone
Mrs. W. P. Dukes and baby spent
Monday at the home of Mr. W. H.
Mr. R. C. Stamps has gone to New
nan, where he has a job with the R.
D. Cole Mfg. Co.
“THE STORE OF QUALITY.”
KIRBY - BOHANNON HARDWARE CO.
The genuine Eastern. We know they are,
because we bought them there, and had
them shipped to us direct from the
best seed house in t he country
—D. Landreth Seed Co.
We have on hand—
“BLISS RED TRIUMPH.”
“IRISH COBBLER,” (extra good.)
WHITE “OLD CABIN HOME.”
Landreth’s Garden Seed in papers, all kinds.
Three kinds of short-tooth Rakes.
Three kinds of long-tooth Rakes.
Four kinds of Garden Iloes.
Send us your orders, or ’phone us. Prompt
delivery guaranteed. Try us.
KIRBY - BOHANNON HARDWARE CO.
Several of our young people attended
the party at Mr. Will Turner’s Satur
Mr. A. L. Sewell and-family visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sewell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Byram had as
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Pope
Sewell and Mr. Gholston Sewell and
Mr. Glenn Sewell spent Sunday with
Messrs. Hewlette and Ray Potts, in
Mr. J. D. Starr and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sew
Miss Lizzie Mae Sewell, of Sargent,
visited her sister, Mrs. J. W. Sewell,
Messrs. Felton Sewell, John R. Dos-
ter and Glenn Sanders, of Roscoe, and
Misses Eunice Stamps and Maude
Edwards, of Happy Valley, and Miss
Marie Sanders, of Roscoe, spent Mon
day night with Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Messrs. J. O. Sewell, C. L. Sewell
and W. I’. Moore were calling in Ros
coe Sunday afternoon.
Or any of the numberless mis
haps that occur to the best _
Of vehicles in consequence, of Mr Bob Stamps, of Happy Valley, vis-
bad roads, or careless driving
can be repaired in the best
manner, durably and efficient
at E. R. Dent’s repair shops.
Our work always gives
thorough satisfaction, as the
testimony of our former pat
rons shows. We also make the
best buggy sold in Newnan.
Atlanta and West Point
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT NEWNAN,GA.
Subject to change and typographical
E. R. DENT
ited friends nt Rico Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. Sam Edwards nnd Jule Cruse
visited friends at Dodson Sunday after
Mrs. J. C. Sewell spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sewell.
Mr. Grady Sewell nnd sister, Hattie,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Messrs. Felton Sewell and Paskin
Moore spent Saturday night with Mr.
adn MrB. J. B. Sewell.
Mrs. Sarah Edwards and daughter
spent Sunday with Dr. W. R. Edwards
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day. All other trains daily. Odd
numbers, southbound; even num
Is prepared to heat,
slate, tin and gutter your
house. Estimates fur
nished on application.
Only best materials used;
only best workmen em
Ample supply of ma
terial always on hand.
19 Greenville St.