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The Newnan weekly news. (Newnan, Ga.) 189?-1906, January 26, 1906, Image 8

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\M3SSm One Price—The Lowest Price A Busy Store’s New Business Plan. VERY I’ERHON FAMILIAR WITH MERCHANDISING kimws flint prices frequently fluctuate in many stores. Prices are not fixed—tlie same price is not demanded of eacli custom er on every article in stock. Customers who are hard to sail to or accustomed to “.Jewing,” are sold at lower prices than the figures marked on the goods; or some other reason causes the fluctuation of prices and the selling of the same kind of goods at different prices to different people. The rule of some stores is to sell the goods, regardless of prices—even as low as cost to customers difficult to trade with—then make up the 1 >s- on easy customers who pay what is asked without question. This manner of doing business is manifestly unfair to some of a store’s customers. All are entitled to the same kind of goods at the same prices. On this basis this store’s future business will be founded. One Price to All”«the Lowest Price, will be our business motto. All goods will be marked in plain figures and sold as marked—for no more, for no less. Every patron of this store will get a square deal, and every patron will get the same kind of goods for tin* same money This rule accords with sound judgment and is fair to all. You buy what you want, pay for what you buy, and pay the same price that every other person pays for the same kind of goods. This means you can buy goods from one clerk in the store ns cheap ns from another, and the proprietor will price them at the same figures named bv the clerks. ^ ONE PRICE—THE LOWEST PRICE 'S* 'S* 'S* \s we have but one price, we can not afford to fix a higher price on any article than our competitors name. The result is that every article is priced at the lowest notch. This being true, you st sell for short profits and sell quick in order to male our business a success. Read this homely little business talk carefully may know when you buy goods here they are bought right. We mu and follow if np by visiting our store and testing the truth of our statements Ask for Gold Tickets With Every Dollar Purchase. <3* <8* ——— JAMES B. HUTCHENS West Side Square Newnan, Georgia Bred in Old Kentucky ()ur Mr. I’owe 11 spent two weeks among the stock farms of Ken tucky, with the result that our pens are (til ed with the kind that make Jordan cotton. ORR S POWELL were guests Saturday and Sunday of Miss Willie May Lambert. Mr*. Couch, of Moreland, spent Tues day with her sister, Mrs. William O'Brien. Hoii. \V. A Post went to Atlanta on business one day tins wetdt Mi Wilson Partridge, ot Mimntviile, was the guest Tuesday of Itev. Bugg. Will Post made a trip to St. Marks Sunday. Mrs Josoph Stevens, Misses Love and Pauline Stevens ami lHen Se vens went to Moreland Saturday to attend the I funeral of Mrs. Gay. whose death oc curred at Milledgeville Friday. Her re mains were brought to Moreland for in- ! terment by the side of her husband. ' Mrs. Willis Matthews and Mary I Matthews spent Saturday in xewnnn. Messrs Lane and Cooper, of Macon, spent Saturday at the home of Mr. AFx , Andrews. Mrs, Pitman, of Newnan, is visiting tier pnreuts, Mr. ami Mrs. J. T. Sliad- ! dix. | Misses Maggie O'Neal went i j Bob Hopson went fox ne..11 , Marks, tie d ii.< I On las hi Boys Bine r ; Home, guVi a ; The proceeds aue and Myrtis uesdny. i-. l eljteppcr . and ear St. ! large n d fox. i i lie t >i plain j in 1 i.ustrial | i „u Halt. $ ij Jo. They left Friday enronto to West Point. Notice to Good Samaritans. Crantville. The Baptists have made arrangements with Rev. W. H. ljambcrt to preach lie second and fourth Sundays at the Bap tist oliureh. nud as Rev. A. H. S. Bugg's np)>ointincut at the M. K. Church em braces the first and third Sundays, reli gious services will be held in our town each Sabbath. Both churches have tine jwstors and they should receive the co- ojierutiou of their members and also the town. Col. W. G. Post, of Newnan, was in GmutviUe Monday. Mr. W. P. Jackson has rented and is moving his family into the Grantvilte hotel, which was lately occupied by J. H. Bryant and family. Miss Lucile Banks leaves today for Marietta, where she will be tlie guest of Mrs. Robert McOlntchey. Miss Tommie White, who bad been at home ill with a cold for the |»st two weeks, returned Tuesday to Wesleyan Ci l'oge, Macon. Mij H K. Fariugtou and little daugh ter, Elizabeth, who were nt the home of Mi. and Mrs. L. W. Bohannon for sev eral weeks, have returned to their home in Ohiliohote, Texas. Misses Rosa and Dell Shaddix and Fred Shaddix visited relatives at More land Sunday. Mes.lames Ophelia Sewell, Blanche Sewell and Lutm Hopson, of Lone Oak, attended and joined the Ladies Parson age Society last Wednesday afternoon, which was entertained nt the home of Mrs. Sallio Sewell. Oapt. W. P. White visited his daugh ter. Mrs. J. V. Hodges, at Hogunsville, Saturday. Mr. Edwin Bauks was in Newnan Tuesday. Mrs. Fuller, of St. Charles, is with ln r daughter, Mrs. T. .M. Zellarg. Miss Mary Lizzie Smith, of Wood bury, and Miss Ware, of New Hope There will be u meeting of this branch of Newnan Chapter, No. ,U, Royal Arch Masons at Masonic Temple on Greenville street Tues day evening, January .loth. The presence of all members is request ed. Royal Arch Masons, their i wives, widows, unmarried daugh- i ters and unmarried sisters are eligible to membership, and all such are invited to attend. Re freshments will Reserved. Mrs. E. 1). Fouse, Mrs. Mamie Thomp son, Mrs. Mamie Johnson, Mrs. J. M. Milner, Mrs. P. B. Murpheyl Mrs. L. A. Perdue, Mis. \V. C. Tread a way, Mis. A. M. Norris, Mis. N. B. Hudson. Misses Nona Cotter, Nell Potts, Lucile Thomp son, Alma Salbide, Martha Askew and Maggie Brown are appointed i as a committee to discover and se cure the attendance of the eligibles in their several sections of the city. , P. T. McCutchen, High Priest. | ALL CROCKERY AND TINWARE TO BE CLOSED OUT AT COST OR LESS. Owing* to the cumbersome nature of the wares, and in order to make room for a dif ferent class of £*oods, we offer our entire stock of crockery and tinware at cost. Many serviceable pieces in this line will be sold at less than cost. This is a serious proposi tion—we mean exactly what we say. Therefore; if you need any wares of this de scription it will be to your advantage to see us at once. We are determined to close out the lot as speedily as pos sible. NUNNALLY & BARRETT, The Bay Street Grocers Telephone 55