NEWNAN HERALD & ADVERTISER
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914.
Great Profit-Sharing and Cotton Premium Otter
Five Bales of Cotton, or Two Hundred and
Thirty Dollars in Cash, Given Away Jan. 2
READ PARTICUL A R S
Beginning Oct. 17, the following firms will give one coupon or ticket with every dollar’s worth of goods purchased for cash. The person holding the largest
number of tickets or coupons Jan. 2, next, given out by the firms whose names appear below, will be given one 500-pound bale of middling lint cotton, or $50 in cash.
l'or each ticket given out by any of the firms whose names appear on this sheet a duplicate ticket will be kept and all put together on Jan. 2, and a drawing
will be held as follows: The person holding the corresponding number to the first ticket drawn out will be given one 500-pound bale of middling lint cotton, or $50 in
cash. To the person holding the corresponding ticket to the second number drawn out will be given one 500-pound bale of middling lint cotton, or $40 in cash. The
person holding the corresponding ticket to the third number drawn out will be given one 500-pound bale of middling lint cotton, or $40 in cash. The person holding
the corresponding ticket to the fourth number drawn out will be given 250 pounds of middling lint cotton, or $25 in cash. The person holding the corresponding ticket
to the fifth number drawn out will also be given 250 pounds of middling lint cotton, or $25 in cash, provided the tickets are presented then and there at the drawing.
Any ticket not presented in 30 minutes after-the first drawing, the second will take place, and so on until this money or cotton is disposed of on Jan. 2. The drawing
to take place at the monument in front of the Court-House at 10 o’clock.
This is one of the most attractive advertising offers ever given in Newnan, and everybody should do their trading for the coming season with the firms whose
names appear below; money back if you are not satisfied. All tickets given out will be good for the drawing.
The person holding the largest lot of tickets will receive One 500-bale of middling lint cotton, or $50 in cash, and will also have a chance to get one or more bales
of cotton or the cash that will be drawn for. These tickets, as stated above, will be given out with each one dollar cash sale, and not with money paid on account.
Buy your goods at the lowest possible price, and at the same time you have an opportunity to secure $50 or more, cash, absolutely free.
We want to advertise our business, and will divide a share of our profits with our customers to do so. This is an open, fair opportunity to secure cotton or
money as a premium for your cash business. This proposition is open to everybody, and all have an equal showing. After you have bought your goods, if, by com
parison with any elsewhere, you are not satisfied, you may return same and get your money back.
MRS. LELA ADAMS
H. S. BANTA
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds
BOONE-CAPERS CO. (BOONES)
Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing
W. F. JACKSON
Staple and Fancy Groceries
B. H. KIRBY HDW. CO.
Hardware, Stoves, Cutlery and Guns
J. N. MARBURY
Furniture, Pianos, Picture Frames, Etc.
Take Yew Shoe Problems to BOONE’S
We can quickly solve them to your entire satisfaction. Our long experience in handling good shoes is at your disposal. Our extensive lines are
selected from among the best in America. We warrant our shoes to give satisfactory wear. We sell and recommend the following shoes for
men—J. E. Tilt’s; Alden, Walker & Wilde’s; Reynolds, Drake & Gable’s, and Hazards & Dean’s famous work shoes. For ladies—American Girl;
Landis Shoe Co.’s, and Hoge & Montgomery’s. For children—Skuffers’ Foot Form Educator; Johnson, Bailey & Paffs, arid Hoge & Montgom
ery’s. We do not believe there is a better line of popular-priced, serviceable shoes made than Hoge & Montgomery’s. Out of 1,000 pairs sold
three slight complaints were made, which 60c in repairs satisfied. This is the best record in our twenty years’ shoe selling.
Hats For Men
Newnan’s largest hat department. The
new shapes and colors. $1.50 and $2
The correct shapes in youths’ and little
boys’ hats. 25c to $1
Men’s and Boys’ Overcoats
Boys’ overcoats $3.50 to $5
Men’s fine coats . $5 to $15
Special black cravenette cloth raincoats,
at $6, $10 and $15
Hosiery That Wears and Satisfies
Fast black hose, 3 pairs for 25c
Arrowhead hose . . . 15c, 2 pairs 25c
Wunder hose. . 25c
All 15c and 25c hose guaranteed.
Girls’ and boys’ coats_ $1.75 to $3.50
Ladies’ coats $2 to $7.50
Men’s coats $4 to $10
GOOD SHOES FOR ALL FEET
Dependable all-leather shoes are one of our specialties. Over 4,000 pairs now
in stock. Save your health and doctor’s bills by getting warm, dry shoes
Men’s work shoes, veal blucher, cap toe;
special $1.50 and $2
Heavy grain work shoes, heavy soles,
good wear $2.25 and $2.50
Special work shoes, black and tan, green
krome bottoms and regular very heavy
bottoms; every pair warranted- $3
Men’s dress shoes, tan, patent and gun
metal, button and blucher, special
at $2.25, $2.50 and $3
The famous Reynolds shoes, all leathers,
button and blucher. One price- $3.50
J. K. Tilt, and Alden, Walker & Wilde’s
fine shoes. All leathers. Price. $4
They are here for all kinds of wear—-
for dress, for service, for comfort.
Ladies’ dress shoes, button and blucher,
good styles, all leather, at $1.50, $1.75
Fine dress shoes, patent and patent cloth-
top, tan, kid and gun metal; medium
and high heels. “American Girl,” and
other standard makes $2.50, $3
Women’s heavy outdoor work shoes, all-
leather, blucher cut, good wearers,
at $1.50 and $1.75
Special attention to school and out
door shoes for hard wear.
Children’s shoes, sizes 3 to 5_ _ 50c to $1
Children’s shoes, size 5 to 8, 75c to $1.50
Children’s shoes, sizes 8J to II, $1 to $2
Children’s shoes, sizes Hi to 2, at $1.25
to . - $2.50
Big misses’ shoes, low heels, all-leather,
at 50c to $1.50
Boys’ shoes, 6 lo 8 $1 to $1.50
Boys’ shoes, sizes 8J to 11 $1.25 to $2
Boys’ shoes, sizes IIJ to 2, $1.50 i o $2.50
Youth’s shoes, sizes 2J to 51, $1.50 to $3
Saturday and Monday Ready-to- Wear Specials, if You Mention This Ad.
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It will pay you to read this and our other advertisements. Read and see specials for Saturday and Monday for all this season,
who mention this advertisement, with any $12 suit or overcoat bought we will give choice of any $1.50 hat in our store. With any $15
suit or overcoat bought, choice of any $2 hat. With any $18 or $20 suit bought, choice of any $3 hat in the store. With all $3.50 and
bought, one pair of good sox. One price on our goods; plain figures.
FOR THE LAMES WHO MENTION THIS AO. With any coat suit or cloak bought at $12 or over on Saturday or Monday, we will give you
one beautiful new shirt waist or fancy petticoat. With any $3 or $3.50 shoes, one pair nice hose.
To all who purchase $25 or more ell through the store on Saturday or Monday and do not take advantage of the above, we will give, if you
mention this ad., one handsome new' suit case, or will pay your round-trip railroad fare to any point up to 25 miles of Newnan. W'e will give a
nice, substantial $3.50 trunk with all purchases of $50 or over, if you do not take advantage of any of the above offers. To fully realize the value
of vour money buy for cash and trade at BOONE’S.