JW. B. Mooney
TLocal Happening's Told in ^
vj? ^3 SKort Parag'rapHs *5*
OF GENERAL INTEREST
, Beginning SATUR
DAY, \vc offer for quick
clearance our entire shoe
stock at marked reduc
t W’e carry only ladies’
and children’s high-grade
shoes. These are now of
fered at prices lower than
you ordinarily pay for
the cheap grades.
Ladies’ fine patent cloth-
top button shoes that
sold at $3, $2.75
and $2.50, NOW Vin
Ladies’ fine gun metal
and kid shoes that sold
.at $3 and $2.50,
Ladies’ extra grades in
patent leather, cloth or
kid top, all styles and
sizes, that sold at $4
and $3.50, $'
IT ISN'T YOUR TOWN — IT'S YOU:
[ If you want to live* in the kind of town
Like the kind of u town you like.
You needn’t slip your clothes in u jjrip
And start on a Iontc. long: hike.
You’ll only find what you left behird,
1 \>r there‘a nothing: that's t cully new;
It's a knock at yourself when you knock your
It isn’t your town— It’a you.
Roal towns are not made by men nlrnid •
I.yi somebody else j.'-t.- uiu ml:
When everyone works and nobody shirks
You can raise h town from the dead.
And if whilu you make your personal stake
Your neighbor can make one, too,
Your town will he whut you want ton •: -
U isn’t your town- it's vor.
Next Tuesday is sale-day.
Ordinary's Court next Monday.
Visit Stripling’s, the busy store.
Buy for cash and trade at Boone's.
Tomatoes 7c. can at the Newnan Gro
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Money to loan. Apply to A. H.
All May Manton patterns 10c. at
A house full of bargains at Stripling’s
Six-cent outings, 27 inches wide, 5c.
Cotton is selling in Newnan to-day
at 8J cents.
Troup Superior Court will convene
Best grade of oils at R, L. Askew’s,
11 Jackson street.
Get a copy of “The Ladies’ World”
free at Stripling’s.
Gasoline 14c. gallon atR. L. Askew’s,
11 Jackson street.
The highest grade child s
shoes sold in America arc
included inthissale. Gun
metal, patent and kid.
Sizes 5 to 8, at $1.50
Sizes 8W o '! U, at . 1.75
Sizes 12 to 2, at 1.95
DON’T DELAY ON
Ten yards lie. yard-wide sea island
for 50c. at Boone’s.
Born, on the 28th inst., to Mr. and
Perry Keith—a son.
Dress gingham mill-ends, regular 7Jc.
value, 5c. at Boone’s.
Stripling’s great midwinter sale con
tinues one more week.
January has five Fridays, five Satur
days and five Sundays.
Cheap for cash — that’s why
should buy at Boone’s.
I A large stock of the
strong, sturdy, gun metal
school shoes for the grow
ing children, that give
the greatest-service. Now
at bargain prices—
■$1.00 $1.25 SI.50
According to size.
Pretty styles in fine
dress shoes are going at
11.25 and $1,50
r 1 f}
M, B, Mooney
Attend Stripling's white goods sale.
It will save you money.
Silk and fancy colored petticoats one-
thin) oil’ now at Boone's.
Cotton se ‘d are selling in Newnan to
day al 41 cents per bushel.
Billy Askew gives away a pair of
.$3.60 shoes every Sul urelay.
Fresh South Carolina cabbage plants
at John R. Cates Drug Co.'s.
Beat make of automobile tires at It.
L. Askew ’s, 11 Jackson street.
Now spring patterns in Toile du Noid
ginghams at Parks it Arnold's.
A 24-lb. sack self-rising fluur for only
90e. at thn Newnan Grocery (Jo.
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Regular monthly meeting of County
Cummissionffa ntxt Wednesday.
Mr. Ben I-loltzclaw, of Perry, spent
I a lew days in the ciiy this week.
Skirts are half-price until Feb. 15. A
few more to close out at Boone’s.
The best rubber goods will always be
found at John R. Cates Drug Co.’s.
Bundle calicoes lor quilt work costs
less than 3c. a yard. Boone’s.
A complete line of linen laces, 5c. to
25c. yard. Parks & Arnold.
One hundred styles laces, special at
5c. a yard. B lone’s.
Linen cambric, linen lawns, art linen,
25c. to $1 yard. Parks & Arnold.
A good time to buy cloaks; — 33A per
cent, discount. Boone's.
Collar-bands for men’s and boys’
shirts at 5c. each. Parks & Arnold.
Furnished front room on Greenville
I street for rent. Close in. 'Phone 47.
Middy twills for school blouses, 35
I inenes, at 15c. yard. Parks & Arnold.
j Seventeen pounds pure granulated
sugar b>r $1 at the Newnan Grocery Co.
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For auto hire see A. H. Boone, or
'phone 348 or 378. Service day or night.
“Money saved is money made.”
Trade with Billy Askew and get cou
Born, on the 9th inst., to Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Quillian, of Sandersv lie, Ga.—
A full line of serviceable shops of all
kinds for rnen, women and children at
Exceptional value in a durable lace
curtain, one for window, 75c. each.
All sizes of Tungsten lamps at John
R. Cates Drug Co.'s. ’Phone orders
Pay Your Uog lax.— Dug tags for
•1915 must btAsfCur.d by dog owners.
See me at once, arid save troub'e for
your dog. C' S Fineanr on,
Gsief of Police.
Try E. Z. Do self rising Hour. A
24-lb. sack tor $1 at the Ntwnun Gro
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“Ideal” chamhrays for boys’ waists
and children's rompers at 10c. yard.
Parks & Arnold.
We are headquarters for nil kinds of
crochet and emuroiderv threads.
Parks X- Arnhld,
Mr. H. H. North, president of the
Manufacturers National Bank, is in
New York this week.
Beautiful line of 36-inch madras for
shirts and dresses; special, 20c. yard.
Parks & Arnold.
Plymouth Rock eggs for sale at Stic,
dozen. ’Phone (IS, two calls.
Mrs. B. P. Cook.
When you want a nuggy come to see
us. We will save you money.
M. G. & J. J. Keith.
New Line.--'Phone 81, Johnson Hard
ware Co., for your Mazdas lamps. We
have them at one price.
“Arrow Head” and “Wunder” hose
will solve your hosiery problems. You
can find them at Boone’s.
Rev. L. P. Winter, of Grantville, was
in the city Monday and favored The
Herald with a pleasant call.
Miss Augusta Mann, of Newnan, is
the guest of Mrs. F J. Pike, on Green
ville street. —LaCrange Graphic.
Domestics of all kinds are cheaper
now. They are on a busis with 7c. cot
For Rent.—Five-room house, close
in. ’Phone 325.
C. E. Parks Insurance & Realty Co.
The new golden silk shadow allovers
for waists, 313 inches, from $1,25 to $2,50
yard. Parks & Arnold.
Suit-cases and hand - bags are so
cheap you can better afford to buy one
than to borrow. Boone’s.
For Rent.—Eight-room house, close
in. ’Phone 325.
G. E. Parks Insurance & Realty Co.
Light-weight narrow linen edges—
the kind ladies want—at 5c. and 7Jc.
yard. Parks <& Arnold.
“Big Buck” oversize work shirts,
slims and regulars. The best, 50c. shirt
we know of. Boone’s.
Loans.—$25,000 to loan on farm lands.
G. E. l arks Insurance & Realty Ca.
Special. -A good quality longcloth
t,he usual J2ix kind—10 yard bolt for
89c. Parks and Arnold.
Use Rexull Cherry Bark Cough
Syrup, t.lie ifiicieut an.1 pleasant reme
dy; 25c. at Jonn R. Cutes Drug Co.’s.
Special value in perfect edge cambric,
embroidery, three iu five inches wide,
at 10c. yard. Parka & Arnold,
“America” drew the largest attend
ance at The Halcyon last Tuesday. It
certainly pays to advertise in The Her
Electric lamps of all kinds—carbon
lamps, Tungsten lamps, nitrogen lamps,
irum 20c, up, at John R, Cates Drug
Lost. — Bird dog; color, white with
brown spots, short tail. Finder will
please deliver to G. C. Orr and receive
(Jur mill-end and unloading sale will
continue until Feb. 15. Remember,
your dollars do extra duty just now at
The best lime of the year to buy
cloches is now the best place is Hoove’s.
Thirty-three and one-third per cent,
Iloge & Montgomery’s shoes for chil
dren, boys and women are populur-
prietd, and are good wearers.
Watch for Wilton Lackaye in “The
Pd,” by Frank Norris. A great star in
ms greatest stage success. At The
The Woman’s Missionary Society of
the First Baptist church will meet next
Monday afternoon at 2.39 o'clock, in
On “Belgium Battlefields” will be
the next extra attraction at The Hal
cyon. Tell your friends where to meet
you on Feb. 9.
The Bible Study Circle of the First
Baptist cnurch will meet next Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. 1. N. Orr, sr., at
half-past 2 o’clock.
Read our advertisement on front
page of this issue, and do your cash
trading with us in 1915
P. F. Cuttino & Co.
For Sale.— Barred Plymouth Rock
eggs al $1 for 15.
Mrs. N. E Bohannon,
R. F. D. No. 4, Newnan, Ca.
For Rent. — Seven-room dwelling, suit
able for two families. Bath room both
upstairs and downstairs. Possession at
once. Apply to Mrs. S. W. Murray.
Free Offer. — With every purchase of
a May Manton paltern at 10c. w ■ will I
give free a February copy of "The
Ladies’ World.” Stripling’s.
Wanted. — We wi»h to buy several
hundred bushels of peas, any variety,
for which we will pay the highest mar
ket price. T. B. McKitchie & Co.
Try E. Z. D> self-rising fl .ur A
24-lb. sack for $1 at the Newnan Gro
Mr. Will Hughes will leave in a day
or so for Dallas, Texas, where he will
malto his headquarters the present
Mrs. Mike Powell, district president,
went to Atlanta yesterday to attend a
mooting of the executive board of the
Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs.|
Mr. and Mrs. John P, Morgan went
to Carroll county this morning to see
the latter's sister, who has been strick
en with paralysis. -Senoia Enterprise-
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The quarterly spring style book is
hero — Pictorial Review. The new
spring styles are pretty. The book
costs 19c. when you buy a 6.'. pattern.
There won't be a dull moment, at The
Halcyon the coming week. Some of the
best dramas and liveliest comedies we
have had tjie pleasure of showing in
Mr. Guy Garrard, of Newnan, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. 1J. Garrard.
Mr. Garrard’s friends will ho glad to
welcome him to his old home.—Colum
Out-of-town lawyers all ending the
City Court this week were P. 11. Brew
ster and T. A. Hammond of Atlanta,
Barry Wright of Rome, and D. B.
Whitaker of Franklin.
For Rent. —Three upstairs rooms in
Hunter building, on Spring street.
Rooms have grates, lights, water and
bath. For particulars apply io J. A.
Hunter, 17 Spring street.
Billy Askew gives with every pur
chase of $1 a coupon which is worth
five cents in trade. And the holder
has a chance to get a pair of shoes ab
solutely free every Saturday.
No better shoes made for the money
than Hoge & Montgomery’s. Chil
dren’s, $1 to $2; hoy’s, .$1.25 to $2.50;
women’s, $1.50 to $2. A full Htoek now
on hand. Boone’s.
For Sale.—Bay mare, 3 years and 9
months old; weight 990 lbs.; Carroll
county raised. In good condition; gen
tle and safe; will work anywhere. Ap
ply to E. E. Lovern, 'phone 292 L,
Dr. Sam Bradshaw, the osteopath,
has discontinued his tri-weekly visits to
Newnan, having opened offices in the
Atlanta National Bank building, Atlan
ta, where he will ho permanently lo
cated in future.
Give you” cook a holiday on Sunday,
Feb. 7, and buy your Sunday dinner at
the valentine sale on Saturday before.
The cook will enjoy a rest, and the girls
in charge of the sale will appreciate
Mr. Ben Swint, a veteran engineer
on the Seaboard Air-Line road, is visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Jane Swint. He
has just returned from Hot Springs,
Ark., where he spent some time for the
benefit of his health.
Warehouse A, lire. Bring your cot
ton to us and we will store it inside thu
house, protected (rum the weather.
Have plenty of room. Long Place, next
door to Bradle.v-Banks t '•<».
T. B. McRitchie & Co.
Besides getting the best values in
merchandise for the money, your dollar
will buy ten per cent, more than else
where in Newnan. Be sure to save
your cash certificates.
P. F. Cuttino 4i Co.
Rev. A. M. Smart, 1). D., LL.D , of
Emory University, the new Methodist
, university in Atlanta, will fill the pulpit
l at the First Methodist church next Sun-
j day at 11 a. m. Dr. Smart is an able
and eloquent preacher, and his sermon
promises a treat to the large congrega
te n that will assemble to hear him.
Rev. E. C. Smith requests The Herald
to stale that Rev. Graham Forrester
and Mrs. W. U. Lanier, of West Point,
will be with him nexi Sunday at Provi
dence church, 1 miles west of llogans-
ville. Row. Mr. Forrester will preach
at II a. m., and Mrs. Lanier will also
talk to the women of the church. The
public cordially invited.
Oil 's Sensational Sale Is attracting
] Ihc attention of careful buyers in many
; counties. Here is theexplanation: Stc.
I Riverside plaids, IJe.: St •. fine sea
| island, -Ifc.; SJe. dress outing, -Isfe.; tic.
quilting cotton checks, 33' ; host Amer-
| ican overalls (or jumpers,) 7‘Jc.; 20
I yards yard-wide bleaching, $1.
1. N. Orr Co.
According to figures furnished by Mr.
J. H. Simms, Government agent for
the collection of ginning statistics, 37.-
151 hales of cotton Imd been ginned in
Coweta county up to Jan. Hi, as against
29,016 hales for the same period last
year. This shows an increase of 1,454
bales from Jan. 1. the date of tile last
previous report, up to Jan. 1(3.
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Plows in I'ar-Lotul Lots. We handle
the Oliver Chilled Plow exclusively, buy
in car-load lots, and can always suit
you. There is no plow made as good
as the Oliver. In fact, we carry the
host lines and grades of everything in
the hardware business. Be sure to see
us. 'Phone 201.
B. II. ICirby Hardware Co.
Mr. W. R. Pitman, the veteran har
ness maker, is now in control of the
harness department at A. .lay Billings’
shoe shop, having acquired that branch
of the business by purchase some days
ago. Mr. Pitman is an expert in his
line and an honest workman, and will
appreciate the patronage of the public.
All kinds of repair work solicited.
Mr. Tlios. N. McCullough died at his
home near Haralson last Saturday, lie
was born Sept. 9, 1850, and was married
to Miss Alary Crawford in 1871. To
this union eleven children were horn,
nine of whom survive him. His second
marriage was to Miss Elizabeth Bunn,
who, with one child, survives him.
Bright’s disease was the cause of his
| death.—Senoia Enterprise-Gazette, 21st
| Mr. J. B. Redwine, 55 years old, died
j Monday at his home iti Indianapolis,
Ind., the funeral and interment tak-
ing place there on tho following day.
lie is survived by his wife and five
sons, all of Indianapolis, and onedaugh-
j ter, Mrs. Bessie Redwine McClelland,
I of Atlanta. Deceased was well-known
in Coweta, having numerous relatives
1 and friends I ere.
Our trading certificates will be ac
cepted as cash by John R. Cates Drug
Co., H. S. Bantu, Marhury’s Furniture
Store and Mrs. Lola Adams. A ten-
cent certificate with each dollar cash
purchase. P. F. Cuttino & Co.
“On Belgium Battlefields,” coming
to The Halcyon, will be one of the
greatest pictures of its kind ever
shown. Everyone should see il and get
a better understanding as to the reality
of the European w >r. Remember the
Salesmen and (nllretors Wanted.—
Five o' six good men wanted as sales
men and collectors for the Singer Sew
ing Machine Co. Experience not nec
essary. Applicants required to furnish
bond. Write or see Ii. F. Uurford, man
ager, Newrian, Ca.
Oer semi annual exhibition of spring
fabrics and fashions for men will he
held Monday and Tuesday, Feb. i and
2, by Mr. A. F. Boyd, from The Globe
Tailoring Co , of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Make this one of your yositme. engage
Coal for Cash. — I am handling
several grades of coal all good, and
some better than others sell. I shall
be glad to fill orders, and am prepared
to make deliveries promptly. As coil
is cash, don’t forget to send check
with your order. ’Phones 247 and 129.
T. F. Shackelford.
For Sale. - 1 have Poland China-
Berkshire pigs (fix weeks old) for de
livery Jan 39aL $9 per pair. Also, “Half-
and-Half ” cotton seed al$l 25 per bush
el; “Coweta Prolific” cotton seed at 99c.
per bushel; 10 per cent, discount on 19-
du.-hel lots. Call or send checks to I. H.
Herring, K. F. IJ. 4, Newnan, Ga.
Hay the Host. — Buy the genuine Oli
ver Coilled Plow. Do not tool yourself
and get an imitation of tins g eat plow.
B. H. Kirby Hardware Co. is the only
house in Newrian that sells them —
plows of other makes are imitations.
B. H. Kirby Hardware Co.
Mr. Geo. E Nolan, cashier of the
Orlando Bank arid Trust Co., was srriil
ing this rooming over the p ospt.ct of
some day seeing a son at the head of a
great financial institution. George E ,
jr., is the name of the new hoi n batie
that arrived this norning in ihe Nolan
home.—Orlando (Fla ) Evening Blur.
IF IT’S RUBBER,
WE HAVE IT
Constant study of the do
ji mantis of our customers cna-
W hies us to satisfy practically
H evert want in the rubber
H goods line. W’e take great
pride in this department of
our store, believing we have
(he most dependable assort
ment of rubber goods possi
ble to secure.
These goods are made spe
cially for us, in connection
with 7,000 other Rcxall drug
gists in the United Slates,
Canada and Great Britain.
W’e keep posted on modern
ideas. Our goods are freshly
made in the leading factories,
and we know we can serve
you best, if quality and price
appeal to yon.
Let us show yon the newest
ideas in —
Wat or bottles,
Itahy pad Hers,
9, Cates Drug Co,
If your hair is thin, losing color, fail
ing or splitting, anh the scalp itch's,
you can do nothing better than use Pa
risian Sage, an inexpensive and mobt
• ffective tunic suld by John R. Cates
Seventeen pounds pure granulat'd
augar for $1 at the Newnan Grocery (
For Rent or Sale. Eleven and three
fourths acre ', of hind; 3 room houses and
barn; good pnulure, running wafer
half a mile norlh of depot on A. & W
P. R. It,, at Moreland, (in. Seven
hundred dollars cash huvs it. Writ
in for prices on "Vollenwoider’H
[ Blend” seed corn and "Clovelund Big
Boll” cotton seed.
Harmony Grove Seed Farm,
Turin, Ca., R. F. 1). 2.
Mules, Mutes. — Wo will have in a
car-load of blue grass Kentucky mules
! about Jan. 23. These muleH are di
rect from the blue grans seel ion of
1 Kentucky, are all 4 to 6 years old, and
well broken. They are the kind that
will wear a long time and do good ser
vice. if you need mules come in ami
look them over. Wo can suit you.
Hopson iV Rankin,
The Cearreld stable building on Spring
j street, lias been remodeled and repaired
throughout, and is now occupied by the
Newnan Auto Co. Mr. J. T. Carpenter
has purchased an interest, iu ihe busi
ness, and on the final of the year
the buggy and harness business here
tofore conducted by him was consoli
dated with the Newrian Auto Co. As
now organiz'd the company in composed
of Messrs W. P. Cearreld, J. C. Har
ris arid J. T. Carpenter.
The Lutherville Banking Co. held
its annual meeting recently and named
} as directors for this year J O. Norris,
1 Dr. James W Taylor, G. C. Nall, C. C.
York, W. I Upshaw, C. L Colley, It.
T. Trammell, L. W. Jackson, J. W.
Willingham and A. C. Williams. The
directors elected .1. (). Norris president,
1 Dr. James W. Taylor vice-president,
and II. U. Fitts ca bier. A dividend of 8
per cent, was paid the stockholders and
a nest sum carried to undivided profits
account. — Meriwether Vindicator.
Death claimed a number of old sol-
, diers and soldier’s widows in Coweta
\ during 1914 According to the pension
records in the O binary's office there
were seventeen deaths thirteen vet
erans and four widows, viz: J. L. Bex-
Icy, Stephen Boswell, John T. Brown,
C. ii. Brown, E. D louse, Gen. W.
Grant, J. C. Gibson, John T. Holmes,
T. J. King, R -I Land, W. D. Meri
wether, Giles McCullough, AhxThornp-
son, Mrs. Mary M. Bridges, Mrs.
Rowena Bryant, Mrs. Addie G. Varner.
For colds, catarrh or snufib-s there
is nothing” better than llyornei, which
John H Cates Drug Co. sells on the
“No cure no pay” plan, llyornei not
only gives quick relief, hut is a sure and
Coweta county has 10.922 children
between the ages of 5 and 20 years,
arid only 5,593 of them attend school,
according to a recent census bulletin, j
The report is a reflection on the people
of this good old county. Just think!—
with all the educational advantages we j
have now only a little more than half'
i he children of school age are in school.
There should be an awakening along
this line. Parents cannot alfurd for
their children to go through life with ut
an education.—Senoia Enterprise-Ga-
' It is needless to suffer with indiges
tion, heurthurn, sour or gassy stomach,
for we guarantee Mi-o na Tablets to
quickly and effectively end stouach dis
tress or money back.
John R. Catea Drug Co.
A 21 !h. sacs seh rising (I mr for only
ii tN • wriun firnpurv do.
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lwnn an cur'll? I ('nrrfitilly
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No matter whnl you want
a |mlr of Hpocluclca. or a
wait’ll, or a diamond rin«
eon point are irood an pmld.
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ing to other fastidious
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These fine papers are sure to
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Purity Lawn, 50c box
Kraften Linen, 25c box
Kraften, in pounds, 25c
Kraften Tablets, 10c
' In addition to these papers we
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