Special Bargains m Seasonable Goods
Our stocks are large and complete, and our prices are low. We buy for CASH
and SELL FOR CASH.
Clothing at Special
All-wool blue serge suits, SS.50.
All-wool blue serge suits, $10.
Fine worsted suits, S9.85.
Good cassimere suits, $3.9S.
Good worsted suits, $5.98.
Odd coats and vests, $3 to $7.50.
Alpaca coats, $1.50.
Serge coats, $2.50._
Extra fine coats, $5.
Men’s and Boys’ Slip
We make a specialty of good shoes.
The kind that will give satisfactory
wear. Prices are right.
Men’s vici kid blucher slippers, $2.
Men’s gun metal blucher slippers, $2.50.
Men’s patent leather slippers, $2.50.
Men’s tan blucher slippers, $3.
$5 patent slippers, now $3.85.
$5 vici kid slippers, now $3.85.
Boys’ tan slippers, $1.85.
Boys’ vici slippers, $1.85.
Boys’ patent slippers, $1.85.
Boys’ gun metal slippers, $2.25.
Let us show you.
Good gauze shirts and drawers, long
and short sleeves, 25c.
Lisle thread shirts and drawers, long
and short sleeves, 50c.
Elastic seam drawers, 39c.
Best elastic seam drawers, 50c.
Ladies’ trimmed hats, were $3, now
Ladies’ trimmed hats, were $5, now
Ladies’ trimmed hats, were $7.50, now
Ladies’ sailors, 25c., 50c., 75c. and $1.
Children’s trimmed leghorn hats, 50c.
Children’s trimmed hats, 75c. and $1.
Best 15c. collars, 10c.
Men’s garters, 10c.
Good belts, 25c.
White lawn ties, dozen, 10c.
Black satine caps, 10c.
Elastic seam drawers, 39c.
Black silk caps, 15c.
Men’s fancy vests, $1.
Fine leather belts, 50c.
Men’s half hose, 10c.
Knee garters, 25c.
Pink check wash pants, 50c.
Good overalls, 50c.
Good cuff links, 25c.
Bone collar buttons, 5c.
Plated collar buttons, 5c.
Good umbrellas, 50c. and 75c.
Buggy umbrellas, $1.50.
Lap robes, 50c. and 75c.
Extra grade overalls, 79c.
Night shirts, 50c. and 75c.
Pocket knives, 50c. grade, 19c.
38-inch fine sea island, 5c.
Best grade drilling, 8jc.
Yard-wide smooth sheeting, 6c.
12 yards best bleaching for $1.
32-inch cambric, 5c.
Extra heavy AAA sheeting, 6£c.
Good cotton checks, 5c.
Best grade cheviots, 84c.
A. C. A. feather ticking, 15c.
Best hickory shirting, 10c.
Extra quality cambric, 10c.
Yard-wide embroidery cloth, 10c.
10-4 unbleached sheeting, 15c.
10-4 bleached sheeting, 274c.
45-inch pillow casing, 10c.
Extra heavy 8-ounce ducking, 12Jc.
Lawn and Lace Waists
Ladies’ fine lawn waists, lace and- em
broidered, trimmed, tucked sleeves;
regular $1.50 grade, at $1.
Ladies’ heavy lawn waists, with laun
dered collars and cuffs, $1.25.
Lace waists in white and ecru; all the
new styles, $2.50 to $6.50.
Sample waists, 25c. to 98c.
We have just put on sale a big lot of
voile, Panama and mohair sample
skirts, bought at a sacrifice. These
are in all colors and materials, and no
$3.50 grade at $2.50.
$5 grade at $3.98.
$7.50 grade at $5.
$8.50 grade at $5.98.
$10 grade at $0.88.
Misses skirts in all wool Panama at $3.
Wash Dress Goods.
Nice quality printed lawns, 5c.
Printed batiste, 124c. quality, at 8Jc.
Extra quality figured lawn, 10c.
Yard-wide linene, all colors, l()c.
32-inch linen finish suitings, 8c.
Yard-wide light percale, 10c. grade, 8c.
36-inch linonette, all colors, 124c.
Best quality dress ginghams, 10c.
124c. grade light percale, 10c.
Mercerized chambray, 10c.
36-inch French organdies, 10c.
32-inch figured organdies, 8$c.
Linen finish chambray, 10c.
Best brand calico, 5c.
Wash poplin, fast colors, 124c.
Extra value brown linen, 15c., 18c., 25c.
Grecian Rep., splendid goods for suits,
Solid colors linene, 10c.
Good suit cases, 98c.
Better suit cases, $1.50.
Extra quality suit cases, $2.50.
Leather suit cases, $3.50, $4, $5, $6 up
Men’s 1 tats.
Deep cuts have been made in straw
hats to close out at once.
Boys sailor hats, assorted bands, 25c.
Boys’ soft straw hats, 50c.
Men’s $2 straw hats for $1.
Men’s $3.50 yacht straw hats for $2.
All $1.50 and $2 derbys for $1.
All $3 and $3.50 derbys for $2.
These derbys are in black and brown.
W hite Goods.
40-inch white lawn, Sc. quality, 5c.
Checked nainsook, extra value, 5c.
Fine quality dotted Swiss, 8Jc. and 10c.
Fancy white pique, worth 15c., at 10c.
Yard-wide white madras, 9c.
40-inch lingerie lawn, 15c. grade, at 10c.
White plaid and striped lawn, 10c.
28-inch flaxon, looks like linen, 124c.
30-inch checked dimity, extra quality,
36-inch plain nainsook, 10c.
Good, wide white linene, 10c.
Yard-wide white lawn, 5c.
36-inch English longcloth, 10c.
Yard-wide pajama checks, 10c.
36-inch white linens, 25c., 39c., 50c.
Linen sheeting, 2* yards wide, 90c.
40-inch white victoria lawn, 5c.
Princess poplin, plain and striped, 25c.
Extra quality white linene, 15c.
Fancy white waist goods, 10c.
Fancy colored madras, 124c.
46-inch lintex, extra fine, 25c.
Heavy corded pique, 15c.
Fine sheer lawn, 124c.
Yard-wide fine linen lawn, 25c.
Umbrellas and Para
Children’s fancy parasols, 25c.
Children’s fancy parasols, 39c.
Children’s fancy parasols, 50c.
Children’s school umbrellas, 39c.
Men’s full size umbrellas, 39c.
Ladies’ good umbrellas, 39c.
Ladies’ good steel rod umbrellas, 50c.
Ladies’ fancy handle umbrellas, 75c.
Ladies’ gloria silk umbrellas, $1.
Men’s good strong umbrellas, 60c.
Men’s steel rod umbrellas, 76c.
Men’s gloria silk umbrellas, $1.
144 agate buttons, 5c.
6 spools Coats’ thread, 25c.
10 balls sewing thread, 5c.
Wire hair pins, package, lc.
Pearl buttons, per dozen, 2c.
Darning cotton, 2 balls for 5c.
Good sleeve-holders, pair, 5c.
Wash belts, embroiderei
Belt pins, 10c. and 26c.
Kuching, per yard, 25c.
Embroidered collars, 5c.
Pearl collar supporters, 25c.
Extra quality silk gloves, 50c.
Large fancy barrettes, 10c.
Fine fans, 10c., 15c. and 25c.
Best hose supporters, 25c.
Embroidered handkerchiefs, 10c.
Fancy parasols, 98c.
Lace mits, 25c.
Bleached undervests, 5c.
Hair rolls, 25c.
Invisible hair nets, 10c.
Dutch collars, 10c.
Lace trimmed jabots, 10c.
Embroidered ties, 15c.
Dress shields, 10c.
Pearl cuff links, 25c.
Long lisle gloves, 50c.
Tape neck undervests, 10c.
Back combs, 10c. and 15c.
Laundered collars, 10c.
Linen hemstitched handkerchiefs, 5c.
Corset covers, 25c.
Silk drop skirts, $2.98.
Petticoats, 25c., 39c. and 75c.
Extra values in long gloves, white and
black, 50c., 75c. and 98c.
These are worth double.
Ladies’ wash belts, 10c.
3 Palmetto fans for 5c.
Metal back born combs, 5c.
Turkey red embroidery cotton, 2c.
Good talcum powder, 5c.
25 best envelopes, 5c.
Embroidery hoops, 5c.
Children’s hose supporters, 10c.
Good scissors, 10c.
Knitting needles, set, 5c.
Linen tape, all widths, 5c.
Bi ne collar buttons, dozen, 3c.
Brass curtain rods, 10c.
Manton patterns, 10c.
Jelly glasses, dozen, 22c.
Extra grade seaming, 5c.
fierald and jidcerliser.
NEWNAN, FRIDAY, JULY 16.
Locals Brought Forward. ||
V - =*
Mr. A. G. W. Foster, jr., whose ill
ness was mentioned in The Herald and
Advertiser last week, died yesterday
morning at 8 o’clock. He had been . ill
about three weeks, his death resulting
from an attack of typhoid fever. He
was about 31 years of age, and a splen
did young man, respected and esteemed
by all who knew him. His death is
deeply deplored by everyone, and is a
peculiarly sad affliction to his aged
parents, whose main support he was.
Besides his parents he is survived by a
sister and two brothers. The funeral
took place th : s morning at 10 o’clock
at the First Baptist church, and the
remains were carried to Whitesburg on
the 11:15 train, where they were inter
red in the cemetery at that place.
family of the deceased through our
friend and colleague, his namesake,
Mr. Thomas Swint.
Adopted by the Council.
E. D. Fouse, Clerk.
Police Census Gives Newnan a Pop
ulation of 5,058.
Newnan has a population of 5,058
within present limits, according to the
enumeration .lust completed by Chief
Shackleford—-3,305 white and 1,753 col
ored. The census was ordered by the
City Council several weeks ago, and
the figures given are the result of a
careful and painstaking canvass by
Chief Shackleford. His report, which
is now ready, shows the population by
age, sex and race, and is as follows:
Males, 1 to 6 years zl2
Females, 1 to 6 years 243
Males, 6 to 18 years 376
Females, 6 to 18 years 417
Males, over 18 years 1,017
Females, over 18 years 1,040
Total white population 3,305
The funeral took place Tuesday
morning at 10 o’clock, from the resi
dence, services being conducted by Dr.
R. J. Bigham. The remains were in
terred in Oak Hill cemetery.
At the quarterly conference Tuesday
night plans were adopted for the^ re
modeling and extension of the first
Methodist church building, and it is un
derstood that the work will begin right
away. The plans which have been ap
proved and accepted provide for an ex- j Maies, over 18 years
tension of the main edifice 25 feet west- Females, over 18 years
ward; fot an alcove 40 feet wide and
15 feet deep on the south side, in which
the pulpit, organ and choir-stall will
be located; for a Sunday-school room
A pretty home wedding was that of
Miss Ona Cavender and Mr. Fred Au
gustus Tola, which was solemnized
last evening at 9 o’clock, at the home
of the bride in North Newnan. Dr. J.
S. Hardaway, the bride’s pastor, offici
ated. The bride is the lovely and tal
ented daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Cavender. Mr. Tola is a young man of
splendid business ability and sterling
worth, and has been for some time
connected with the General Fire Ex
tinguisher Co., of Providence, It. I.
Beautiful gifts consisting of cut-glass,
silver and bric-a-brac attested the pop
ularity of the young couple, and a
check for a handsome sum was also
received from the bride’s parents.
The bride and groom entered togeth
er and stood before an embankment of
palms and ferns. The whole house was
beautiful in its decorations of green,
(Males) all ages, 1,605 ; females,' 1,- which formed a loyely background for
so charming a setting.
The bride wore an exquisite cloth
gown of crushed strawberry shade,
with hat to match, and carried an arm
ful of bride’s roses. The wedding
Males, 1 to 6 years 99
Females, 1 to 6 years 101
Males, 6 to 18 years 220 , .
Female.. 6 to lx year, m
r.07 The out-of-town guests were Mrs.
; Sam Wilson of Bartow, Fla., Miss
Total colored population 1,753 Mary Watkins Miss Clyde Almon and
fMales, all ages, 821; females, 932.) fUnru',1" Mr
Total male population ~ White, 1,-
Mrs. Glass, of Whitesburg; Miss Leo
and Mrs. Syd Benton
in the rear'basement; for the removal 60^ ^lorX821. Total' female"popu-,
oallpru and vestibule, i.jfinn Whitp 1 7(19• colored. 939 pen ■ arR * “• Drayton D in
of the present gallery and vestibule,
and for an additional entrance on the
north side. The pews will be arranged
in semi-circular form, facing the al
cove, and new stained-glass windows
will be put in. The alterations and ad
ditions will cost $8,000 or $10,000, and
it is estimated that the seating capaci
ty of the church will be more than
doubled. This is the strongest and big
gest church in the LaGrange district,
and one of the most desirable appoint
ments in the North Georgia Confer-
lation White, 1,700; colored,
Total white and colored, 5,058.
Memorial Resolutions by the City
Whereas, it was the will of Almighty
God to call from our midst Judge
Thomas Swint on Apirl 23, 1909; and
Whereas, he had been mayor of New
nan in the year 1866; and
Whereas, during his administration
of the office of mayor was through a
part of the reconstruction period, and
the office at that time required a man
of exceptional ability and strength;
therefore, be it—
Resolved by the Mayor and Council
of the City of Newnan, That we ex-
Death of Mrs. Chas. C. Parrott.
Our community was greatly
shocked and grieved by the sudden
death of Mrs. Charles C. Parrott,
which occurred Monday morning at 9
o’clock. She had been in failing health
for several months, and arrangements
were already made to take her to Colo
rado Springs, where, with her husband
and children, she expected to spend the
remainder of the summer. Sunday
morning she Buffered a sudden and
rather severe attack, but after being
attended by her physician, Dr. T. B.
ley, of Atlanta.
After the ceremony a reception was i
given at the home of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Tola left on the 10:40;
p. m. train for an extended trip West, j
followed by the best wishes of a host j
Fourth District Masonic Convention.
The Fourth District Masonic Conven
tion, composed of delegates from all
the counties of the Fourth Congression
al district, will meet in Newnan on
Wednesday, 28th inst., and remain in
session two days.
The delegates from Coweta Lodge,
_ . No. 60, will be E. H. Bowman. S. V.
Davis, she grew better, and the anxie-! Carpenter, B. T. Thompson. J. W.
ty of the family was relieved for a Owens, D. W. Broadwater. F. E.
time. She passed the remainder of j Wadsworth, J. F. Lee, B. C. Sanders,
the day in comparative comfort, and j m. Cole. J. P. Dunbar, T. B. North
rested fairly well through the night, j am j c. C. Pitts.
At an early hour Monday morning, i \ local committee on entertainment
however, she had another and more j has been appointed as follows: S. V.
serious attack, followed by a sinking Carpenter, chairman. L. R. Powell, E.
spell. She never rallied from this at
tack, and shortly afterwards breathed
The death of this good woman has
brought sorrow to many hearts in the
tend to the bereaved family of Judge community, for those who were privi
Swint our sincere sympathy, and by
this means express, in a measure, our
appreciation of his labors in behalf of
the city of Newnan, and commend his
example of citiaenship for integrity.
F. Sims, C. B. Glover, T. J. Fisher
and J. A. Stephens.
The official programme is as follows:
WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 9 A. M.
Convention called to order by Hon.
leged to en.iov her friendship thorough- L. T. Moses. W. M., of Turin,
ly appreciated her many admirable Address of welcome by Col. W. C.
traits, and esteemed her most highly. I Wright, of Newnan.
But it was in the home that her splen-1 Response to address of welcome by
did womanly graces shone brightest, ■ Dr. J. IJ. Hamrick, of Carrollton.
faithfulness and courage. , where as wife and mother she reigned ' Convention will open in due form at
Resolved, further. That these reso- as a divinity in her well-ordered house-1 10 a. m.
lutions be spread upon a special page hold, loved by her children and adored j Music. _ .
of the minute-book of the city of New- by her husband. She was 50 years of ' ra /.li r ’ y . eV- *-'• ”• J°nes, of Be
rgen, and that a copy be furnished the age at the time of her death. ,noia, Chap.am.
Calling roll of delegates.
Reading and confirming minutes of
Adjourn from labor to refreshment.
Reports from lodges.
Reports of committees.
Work in E. A. degree, under the di
rection of Win. L. Williams, District
Deputy Grand Master.
Work in the degrees, under the direc
tion of District Deputy Grand Master.
THURSDAY, JULY 29, 9 A. M.
Election of officers for ensuing year.
Selection of place for holding next
Adjourn from labor to refreshment.
Addresses by Hon. Thos. II. Jeffries,
M. W. G. M. of Georgia, Atlanta:
Hon. Henry Banks, D. G. M., La-
Grange ; Hon. W. C. Adamson, Car
rollton; Hon. Max Meyerbardt, M. W.
I*. G. M., Rome; Dr. It. J. Bigham,
Newnan. Master of ceremonies, Col.
A. H. Freeman. Newnan.
Benediction by chaplain.
The present officers of the conven
tion are as follows: L. T. Moses, W.
M.. Turin; Geo. T. Gurr, S. W., Wav-
erlv Hall; W. S. Copeland, J. W.,
Newnan; W. J. Kelly, Secretary and
Treasurer, Columbus; J. A. Koyeton,
'Tyler, Newnan; T. J. Amos, S. D.,
Waverly Hall ; It. F. Brannon, J. D.,
Moreland; W. W. Cavender, S. S.,
Newnan; F. A. Hill, J. S., Frolona;
F. W. Jones, Chaplain, Senoia; J. J. I
Keith, Marshal, Newnan; Wm. L. Wil
liams, District Deputy. Columbus.
A Word of Thanksgiving and Thanks.
The Lord has been very gracious to i
us. He has shown Himself a present
God to hear prayer, save men, and to
give peace and power to His people. [
The people, too, have been considerate
of us. Some of the ministers of the I
city have a large place in the success j
of our meeting. Manv Christians, ol
all name, have added much to the re-
j stilts bv their prayers and presence. |
i The young men deserve mention for \
; closing their hall of amusement during ,
the meeting; and other places of j
: amusement made concessions to the ;
meeting. For these benefits I desire, |
on behalf of the First Baptist church, j
to publicly render thanks to the public
; who have helped us in the Lord’s work. |
j Let me say that our campaign for souls |
1 and the higher Christian living haH not
; ended, nor shall it. We crave your
; continued co-operation. Faithfully,
J. F. Singleton.
i —A marriage ceremony in Kent
1 county, Ky., this week united five sit
ters to five brothers. Misses Maud,
| Nellie, Kate, Annie and Susie Mertin
j were married to John, Dan. Hugh,
' Jack and Dick Johnson. Five sisters
j acted as bridesmaids and five brothers
of the bridegrooms acted as best men.
| When your visitors are all wrapped
, up in themselves, no doubt you feel
j like bundling them off.
I L T
There Are Many Good
In this store. The familiar staples in Fancy
Groceries arc all here and they are the very best
money can buy.
Our fancy goods cover everything to satisfy
the most exacting taste.
Vegetables of all kinds
Olives and Pickles, (plain and mixed.)
Preserves, Jellies, P’ruits and a host of other
We take careful note of all orders, and de
Fresh Bread and Cakes every day from our
CHAS. P. COLE
It. F. HERRING
G. EDWIN PARKS
HERRING & PARKS
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS.
We have this week the following:
One desirable home, close in, to trade l'or farm.
One nice house and lot on Greenville street; lot 100x370; close in.
Four desirable homes on Greenville street.
A small farm about 60 acres edge of Newnan. A bargain.
Two nice homes on Temple avenue, at a bargain.
One nice home on LaGrange street.
One nice home on corner of Fourth and Second avenues.
One nice home on Second avenue.
One nice home on First avenue, at a bargain.
We have a nice home on Second avenue; easy terms.
We also have several other homes not advertised.
Several nice rooms on Greenville street.
Four nice unfurnished rooms on Spring street.
One nice home on LaGrange street, eight rooms, close in.
Now la the time to buy a farm. Land in Coweta county is advancing every day. Wc have
Boine desirable farms, in Iota ranging from 80 to 1,000 acres. Easy terms,
f.uy tornado insurance und la; protected. We can write you for the sum of 28c. per 5100.
For gin innurunce see us;—we can save you money.
OUR MOTTO: “PROMPTNESS."
OFFICE OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.