MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
i Stripling's Great Mid-Winter Sale I
A Saving That Means Much
Continues One More Week
A Sale That Sets a New Standard
I he lirst week in February shall be remembered by people who value savings as the most economical event of the year. Be sure to come
and see. From a store full of money savers note these. Here are offerings that will make Stripling's store tremendously interesting for the coming
week, there are many chances to save >0c on the dollar. Not one-third of our bargains are listed on this sheet, as we haven't space to mention here.
Over 2,000 yards line val, torch
on and linen laces upio3inches
wide, on sale at, yard 5c
Two lots of ladies’ nainsook and
cambric gowns, beautifully
tiiturned, at _ 50c. 75c
Over 1,500 yards line swiss,
cambric and nainsook embroid
eries, up to 10 inches wide,
One big lot of fine hand-loom
embroideries, edgings and in-
sertings, 25c values at 15c
One lot of very pretty corset
covers, lace and embroidery
trimmed, run with pink and
blue ribbon. . 25c
Four big lots of fine pure linen
and swiss handkerchiefs on bar
gain table. SEE THESE.
Four big tables filled with fine
quality white goods of all kinds,
on sale at 10c and 12ic
Children's Play Suits
Three-piece sweater—pants and
cap, sizes 1,2, 3and 4 years, grey
only, $1.00 value; special. 75c
Four lots of misses’and ladies’
fine nainsook skirts, beautifully
trimmed, at 50c, SI.00
New Style Bags
Two lots ladies’ new styleleath-
er hand bags, at
25c 50c 75c S1.00
Bargains From Our Notion
2,000 good lead pencils, 2
for 5c. kind; special lc
I package wire hair pins_. lc
I paper goed pins lc
Tango hair pins, with sets;
2 on card, for 10c
Large fancy tango pins 25c
Side and back combs 10c
Good school tablets 5c
Good teaspoons, set 10c
Good tablespoons, set 20c
144 good rice buttons 5c
25c. jar fine talc 15c
A great bargain in fine cuff
buttons, pair 25c
Lookout alarm clocks 98c
Ladies’ shopping grips 20c
Men’s 50c ties 25c
Gilt-edge shoe polish 19c
We offer a great assortment
of high-class toilet articles; reg
ularly worth 25c. each. See
Fine French Madras
These are the greatest values
ever offered; 36 inches wide,
beautiful assortment of pat
terns; 25c grade . 15c
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Bought especially for this sale;
newest styles and fabrics;
values up to $1.50; special $1.00
One lot yard-wide madras, in
pretty blue, lavender and black
stripes; special 8c
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Thirty-seven in this lot. Some
are slightly soiled. $1 and $1.25
values; special at 50c
New Style Skirts
Ladies, we’ve just received 40
new style spring skirts; a beau
tiful assortment, at $5.00
A Great Bargain
In ladies’ and children’s rain
coats; 42 in this lot; all styles
and colors, on sale at almost
40-Inch Sea Islands
A smooth, pretty quality, full
40 inches wide; a good one at
the regular price, 7c; special 5c
310 pairs boys’ knee pants, a
beautiful assortment of colors
and styles; all sizes, at
, 50c 75c $1.00
A large assortment of heavy
all-wool knit auto hoods, worth
up to $1.00. Special, at 50c
12 yards best quality heavy
weight cheviots for $1.00
20 yards good quality yard
wide bleached domestic._ $1.00
However Low the Price, the High Standard of Quality is Never Sacrificed
Bring this slip to our
I store and get a copy of
I The Ladies’ \\ orld
FRF.F, with every pur-
j chase of a May Man-
ton pal tern at 10c.
"The Reliability of a Store Should be Your First Thought"
A Great Bargain
In ladies’ and misses’
coat suits, cloaks and
dresses. \\ e are going
to sell them all. So
I come early and get the
I pick. The price is
NEiVNAN’S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE. NORTH SIDE COURT SQUARE j g g j § flS§S 0 £ t § § SsSS
County News Items
Interesting Facts Gathered DuriniJ thv Week by Our
Passervrs nn the evening train
from tinllin, «hm alighting it Turin,
are badly confuted to find the depot
closed, with no light or fire, and no
place to store their baggage The rail
road authorities having reduced the
agent's salary, he declines to work only I
so many hours a day, r is said; hence
lie closes at 5 p rn and remains closed j
until 7 a. m. Therefore, those wish* [
mu to board the evening train can
neither purchase tickets nor have their
baggage checked This s'at>. of ilnng-
is regretted both by the avrent and In
the public, and w.- tru-t will soon be
Quarterly meeting for Turin circuit
win tie held with the Methodist church
Sunday The presiding elder will ,
preach at 11 b. in and held conference
at 2 p, m. A basket dinner will be
served at the close of the morning ser
vice. and all members are asked to |
bring wi ll-filled baskt ts.
A more inclement winter than the
present one our section has not ex-
perii need in several years
J. H . the little 2-year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Dale Adcock, died Tuesday
night. Ttieir many friends were deeply
shocked by the death of the child, and
synioath z* with them in their bereave
ment. Mr. and Mrs. 11 G. Carmical ,
have the sympathy of the community
al-m in the loss of their little daughter, |
who died after an illness of two weeks
Miss Love Carpenter, of Newnan, is
the cues! of M's Fred Hunter.
Misses Mary Annie Smith and Do-a i
Merrill went to Newmin T lesd.ty night
to see "America" at The Halcyon.
Take Liv-Vcr-La\ and
Don't suiter from the ill etTerts of an
inactive liver, such as headache indi-
eestion, constipation, lack of energy
and low spirits, when for a little mon
ey you can get a remedy of proved
merit. GRIGSBY'S LIY-VKR-LAX
will get your liver right and let you
enjoy better health and b igliter spir
its. LIY-YER-LAX acts naturally and
effectively. Has none of the dancers
and bad after-effects of calomel Sold
under an absolute money refund guar
antee at .MIC. and Si a bottle. Kach
bottle is protected by the likeness of
L. K.. Grigsliv. For sale by John R
Cates Drug Co.
The infant son of Mr and Mrs. R
K C ip da-. I die I Sun lay. We sympa-
th-z ■ wt'.h the family in their bereave
Mand Mrs E l\ Warren am ro-
joicin r over th ■ advent of ,i son into
their horn > on Tuesday, 2>i'h inst.
Mr; Drew llviie, of Liberty com
munitv, s visum; her daughter, Mrs.
J. A Holi'tn in.
Miss Evelyn Newton, who is in j
school in N wnsti, spent Saturday night
and Sunday wa d Misses Ri-tha until
Mrs. L H Gurl-y delightfully enter
tained several of her fri- mis on Wed
nesday evening las' Delicious re
freshments. consistin' of fiuits, cake
and wine, were serv <d during he even
ing. Those enj wing Mrs Curley's
hospitality were Mr and Mrs. T. B
Newton. Mr and Mrs. Chas. Bledsoe,
and Miss 1)Mi i Bridges
Messrs. Torn uni Allen Lind, of
Clem, are visiting i Mends here.
Three of Mr. Wdlis Mamis' child-on
are ill with pneumonii Ernest, the
eldest, is very low -it this writing. May
they soon recover from their Jilli.ess, is
the sincere wish of everyone.
All good singers are invited to come
out to 0 d Lebanon church next Sunday
afternoon and bring their friends with
The bad weather con'inu 0 ?. and we
feel "blue" at times; hut let us hope
for oth-r dsvs of sunshine soon.
Try This for Neuralgia.
Thousands of people keep on srlTer-
ing with neuralgia because they do not
know what to do lor it Neuralgia is a
pain in the nerves. What yon want In
do is to soothe the nerve itsilf. Apply
Sloan's Liniment to the surface ovei
the painful o rt do not tub it in
Sloan's Liniment penetrates very quick
Iv to the sore, irritated nerve and si
lays the inflammation. Get a bode of
Sloan’s Liniment tor 25 cents of an)
druggist and have it in i he house
against colds, sore and swollen joints,
lumbago, sciatica and like ailments.
Your money hack if not satisfied; but
it does give almost instant relief.
Why is it that the average man will
conomzein his 'usuries raitur ihm
n his necessities?
Cures Old Seres, Otaer Remedies Won't Curs
The writ cases, ne matter of how tone staniir-c.
arc cured by the wonderful, oid reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic lleahnv Oil. It rel eve;
Taui and Ileal* at the sa:-.e time. iic. 5Ck, ; ..a
One of the most enjoyable affairs of I
the week was the party given by Mr.
-in<I Mrs. Mont Hines Friday night, about i
fifty guest enjoying thtir hospitality.
Those attending from other places were
Messrs. Clint Lee, Eirl McDonald,
.John Robinson, Emory Phillips and
Walter Phillips from Sharpsburg. and
Messrs. Tom Hyde, Paul Brown, Floyd
Ferrell. Albert Ferrell and Mr. and
Mrs. Jake Coirgin from Madras, besides
several from Palmetto.
Mr. Marvin I h Hips spent a few days
near Fayetteville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Coggin attended
a partv Friday night at Mr. and Mrs.
.1 G. Vineyard's, near Sharpsburg.
Miss Kate West spent a few days the
oast week with her sister, Mrs. Lewis
E lis, in N'ewnan.
Mr. Hugh G'a^s, from near Newnan,
was in our community Friday.
Mrs. R B. Posey, whose illness was
| mentioned last week, is somewhat bet
ter at this writing.
The roads leading to McCollum have
been almost impassable for some time,
! but are now in somewhat better condi
tion, as the convicts are doing some
| good work on them.
Capt. J. R. McCollum has had the
school grounds here greatly improved.
He also ..ssisted liberally in help), g us
to bund the school-house, and, needless
to say, his generosity is much appre
ciated by our people.
Miss Willie Beavers is visiting rela
tives in Newnan this week.
Mr. Chas. Park made a business trip
to Atlanta Thursday.
Miss Tommie Hines spent Tuesday
night with Misses Essie and Ethyi
Aliss Laura Arnold, of Madras, spert
Thursday afterno.in with Mrs. P. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson and Mr.
Will Smith left Tuesday for Texas,
w iete thev will make their home n
fu ure. We regret to part with them,
for they wi r • good neighbors.
Mr. Bill West was in Newnan Friday.
Mr. Luther Bruwn, of Madras, visited
friends hire Sunday.
Prof. B. D Lee uni) Messrs. Clint Lee
and John Robinson, of Sharpsburg,
w re in our community Sunday. They
are fine singers, a:.d we are always
g ,d to see ti eill
Miss E cia Glass has returned home,
ifcer te idling the school here r. r hei
sister. Miss Mbs Liunette, for s-veia
weeks. Th- school is progressing nice-
iv. with about fifty pupils enrolled.
Mrs. L. J. Grady returned home last
Wednesday, after a stay of severa
months with her grandson, Mr. J. E
Banks, at Fairburn.
VIi H nry Rooinson spent Monday
What Is the Best Remedy For
This is a question aske-d us many times
each day. The answer is
We guarantee them to be satisfactory
to you. Bold only by us, 10 cents.
John R. Cates Drug Co.
Despite the inclemency of the weath
er. our pastor, Rev. C H. Branch,
came out from Grantvilte Sunday morn
ing to til! hi.s appointment at Prospect,
and prt iched, as usual, an excellent
sermon to the favored few who were
present. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Branch, and they were entertained for
the day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mrs. J. L. Pric'xett and Mr. G >o
Sewell spent Tuesday in Grantviile
with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Sewell.
An occasion of general interest to the
ladies of our community was the mis
cellaneous shower last Friday afternoon
tendered the bride, Mrs. Sanlord F.
Prickett, at the home of Mrs. H. E,
Latimer, who was assisted in enter
taining by Mesdames G. G. Culpepper
and Robt. Spence. About thirty-bur
iadies were present, and a number who
could not attend were represented by
some generous contribution, testifying
to the sincere affection in which the
lovable young h -noree is regarded in
our community. Beautiful putted
plants, ferns and begonias, with fra
grant blooming narcissi, contributed
to the heau’y of the attr etive home
Punch, in liberal measure, was served
by little Misses Virginia Clyatt and
Inez Spence. In a prettily decorated
little wagon load after load of gifts
were drawn into the room by the
smiling little maidens, Mae Spence and
Florence Culpepper. Beautiful center-
pieces, pillow-cases, with exquisite em
broidery and dainty crocheting, table
napery, towels and handkerchiefs, sil
ver, china and glassware, with other
substantial gifts for the home, were
followed by a veritable "pantry
shower.” consisting of canned and pre
served fruits, pickles, jellies, etc. The
bride looked handsome and happy as
she gracefully received and acknowl
edged each token of loving kindness,
and everybody enj ryed everything.
The closing feature of the delightb 1
occasion was the serving of delicious
home-made candies and salted peanuts,
which were er jovefi by all. The after-
no in of Jan 22. 1915. will long be re-
mimhered as a great love-feast am mg
orr noble hearted women, pr imDte,i by
genuine affection for the dear yi ung
couple whose home-making in our midst
suggested this expression of regard.
Present from o'her communi'ies wme
Mrs. M. M. Sewell of Lu'hervill.,
Uii-ses M. E Herring and Nellie Pun
ier of Grantviile. Miss Bailie Sue
Johnson of Hopansville. and Miss Lula
May Dollar of Coun'y Line.
Stop the Child's Colds—They Often
Colds, croup and whoooir.g cough are
children’s ailments which need imme
diate attention The after-effects are
ofte i most serious Don’t take the
ri-'k—you don't have to. Dr. King’s
New^Discovery checks the co'rb. soothes
the cough, allays the inflammation,
kills the germs and allows Nature to
do her healing work. 50e at your drug
gist's. Buy a bottle to-day.
All the wor'd’s a stage, and most o'
is think we i.re the stars.
"Y’ou say he’s the man who put this
town nn th- 1 map?”
"That's him, stranger. He just fin-
isied serving tiis sentence about six
Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly
The CM Standard i:c::er:ii s'.rtriv^theuinfr tonic,
GKOY]-; S YA>T:-:I.cLill TONIC, drives out
Malaria.enriches the 1 A . .. t; ' bmMsupthesys-
tem. A true tonic. I'ur adults and children. 50c
You Can Enjoy Life
Eat what you want and not be troubled
with indigestion if you will take a
before and after each meal. Sold only
by us—2oc a box.
John R. Cates Drug Co.
The extraordinary dol'ar-for-dollar value and unequaled ser
vice that exp.ain the success of the Ford car are present even to
a greater extent than ever before in the new Ford Coupelet.
You have in this happy example of the two-cars-in-one idea, a
greater degree of comfort and luxury. A matter of two minutes
and the top is up, transforming the roadster into a coupe and the
driver is safe from all the rigors of' weather. The Coupelet is
built on the famous F'ord chassis—the same chassis the qualities
of which have made the name of the Ford a household word for
reliable service and economy—less than 2c per mile.
Ford Coupelet S750; Sedan S975: Town Car S690; Touring
Car S490; Runabout S440. All fully equipped, f. o. b. Detroit.
On sale at
NLWNAN AUTO CO.
Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000
new Ford cars between August 1914 and August 1915
V£> >a» o *'
Oliver Chilled Plows
Buy the genuine Oliver Chilled Plow. Do not fool yourself
and get an imitation plow. B. FI. Kirby Hardware Co. is
the only place where you will find them—all others are imita
We buy in car-load lots and can always suit you. In fact,
we carry the best lines and grades of everything in the hard
ware business. Be sure to see us and get our prices.
B. K. KiAB'n HARDWARE COMPANY
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