M. B. Mooney
HAVE TOM FOUND
Have you found out that a corset
has been designed especially for
you—designed to bring out and em
phasize lines of youthfulness in
Where is such a corset? It is one
of the 240 different C-B a la Spirite
models, one for every known type
The greatest corset experts in
the world designed these models.
And they have found ways to put
■into each not only graceful, youth
ful lines, but comfort and durabil
ity as well.
Study the next half-dozen youth
ful appearing women you meet.
You’ll find that it isn’t alone the
face—nor the gown— nor the color
ing that defines their youthfulness.
/More than any of these it is the
figure—lithe, graceful, unhampered
—that is responsible for the youth
j v "To-day, in the world of fashion,
dll women are young, and they grow
more so all the time,” says a fa
mous Parisian dressmaker.
That, in a nutshell, is the defini
tion of fashion, i. e., youthfulness.
If you haven’t found your own
corset—the corset that keeps your
figure youthful—lose no time in
finding it. The newest C-B models,
some of which are shown herewith,
are now ready at our store, and we
will be glad to have an opportun
ity to help you get acquainted with
the C-B line—and with your own
corset. Prices, SI to S3.
AT. B. Mooney
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NEWS AND PERSONAL ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
TO OUR LOCAL READERS.
Next Tuesday is Bale-day.
Buist’s seed in bulk at Cates'.
Call 'phone 427 for cut flowers.
Ordinary’s Court next Monday.
Get your clothes made to order at
Money to loan. Apply to A. H.
New scout shoes for men and boys
Have that old
wagon repaired at
New Line.—’Phone 81, Johnson Hard
ware Co., for your Mazdas lamps. We
have them at one price.
Mr. Henry Haynes, who has been
confined for several days by a severe
illnesB, is still quite sick.
Get smilax and all kinds of cut ferns
for decorations from Mrs. W. D. Pal
mer, No. 4 Court Square.
Mr. Walker Carpenter, who is at
tending the State School of Technology,
is quite ill with pneumonia.
See the great stars at The Halcyon
all next week. The best-dressed and
cleverest actors in the world.
Everything in garden seed at John
R. Cates Drug Co.'s—onion sets, pota
toes, cabbage plants, hulk peas, beans,
Bnd all other seeds. Everything fresh
Wagon tongues, hounds, axles,
skeins, rims, tires, etc., supplied on
short notice at Barron's shop. We
have the materials, and can do the
Save the Pieces.—When you break
your spectacle or eyeglass lens bring
me the pieces and I can duplicate your
lens, no matter how complicated.
H. S. Banta.
Call 'phone 427.
always on hand.
Twenty-one yards good outing for $1
at I. N. Orr Co.’s.
Gasoline 14c. gallon at R. L. Askew's,
11 Jackson street.
Buist’s seed potatoes
Cates Drug Co. 's.
at John R.
See those dandy dresses on sale at
$1.19 at Stripling’s.
Mr. B. T. Thompson
from a trip to Florida.
Style Plus clothes, (guaranteed,) $17.
Barnett-St. John Co.
Boys' clothing at reduced prices at
Barnett-St. John Co’s.
Cotton is selling in Newnan to-day at
8 cents, for best grades.
Barnett-St. John Co.’s.
for spring at
Twenty-five yards good cotton checks
for $1 at I. N. Orr Co. ’s.
Mr. Tom Luckie, of Ocala, Fla., is
in the city for a few days.
New spring Hne of Manhattan shirts
at Barnett-St. John Co.’s.
Born, on the 23d inst., to Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Fuller—a son.
Cotton seed are selling in Newnan to
day at 34J cents per busnel.
Firestone rubber tires put
guaranteed at Barron's shop.
Automobiles washed at half-price at
the new garage on Perry street.
The spring term of Coweta Superior
Court will convene next Monday.
Twenty-one yards yard-wide sea is
land for $1. I. N. Orr Co.
A beautiful line of
caps just received.
men’s and boys’
Heaviest grade yard - wide AAA
sheeting, 5c.; standard drilling, 6c.;
Riverside plaids, 5c. I. N. Orr Co.
Loans.—$25,000 to loan on farm lands.
G. E. Parks Insurance & Realty Ca.
Special sale of ladies’ and misses,
house and street dresses, $1.50 values
at $1.19. Stripling’s.
Now is the time to have your buggy
repaired and painted. New wheels,
bodies, tops, rims and tires will make
that old buggy look tike new.
C. J. Barron & Sons.
Dr. F. M. Gordy, of Columbus, was
in the city Tuesday and Wednesday col
lecting statistics of manufacturing for
the U. S. Census Bureau. His terri
tory is Coweta and Carroll counties.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvan
Whittemore, of Palmetto, died Tuesday
morning—aged 17 months. The funeral
and interment took place at Ramah
church, near Palmetto, on Wednesday.
Mules.—I will receive on Saturday,
Feb. 27, two car-loads of fresh mules 3
to 6 years old. I have a good many
second-hand ones. All these mules are
for sale and exchange.
W. A. Potts.
Wanted.— Young milch cow, that will
give four to five gallons of milk. Ap
ply to Mrs. G. R. Sponcler, Newnan.
Bargains in sewing machines. Will
close out the four we have on the in
stallment plan. Boone’s.
For Rent.—Five-room house, close
in. ’Phone 325.
G. E. Parks Insurance & Realty Co
March issue of The Ladies’ World
free with every May Manton pattern at
For Rent.—Five-room house at 127
E. Broad street, with barn and all con
veniences. Apply to H. M. Hughs.
For Rent.—Eight-room house, close
in. ’Phone 325.
G. E. Parks Insurance & Realty Co,
New Ajax tires at the new reduced
price. Guaranteed, in writing, 5,000
Born, on the 21st inst., to Mr. and
Mrs. Bryan Blackburn—a daughter.
A few more $5 and $6 raincoats left
at $1.95. I. N. Orr Co.
For auto hire see A. H. Boone, or
'phone 348 or 378. Service day or night.
See Mrs. W. D. Palmer for millinery,
cut flowers and plants. No. 4 Court
The Sarah Hall Missionary Society
will meet next Monday afternoon at 3
Special sale of ladies’ fine voile and
organdie waists, $1.50 values at 98c.
You'll surely miss something if you
don’t get one or two of Stripling’s $1.19
Automobiles repaired at the new
garage on Perry street. Charges rea
Spring shipment of Hart Shaffner &
Mark suits just received at Barnett-St.
Give your orders to Mrs. W. D. Pal
mer for all kinds of bedding plants—to
mato, pepper, etc.—for spring planting.
Wanted. — A salesman for a house
hold necessity. Goods thoroughly ad
vertised. Write P. O. box 344, Newnan,
Mr. L. R. Hurst, editor of the Bow-
don Bulletin, was in the city Monday
and gave The Herald office a pleasant
Hon. W. J. Speer, State Treasurer,
attended the agricultural rally yester
day and spent the day with Newnan
Mr. Walker Camp, of Newnan, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Camp, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hardy. —West
* Rubber tiring, horseshoeing, auto and
carriage painting promptly and proper
ly done at Barron’s shop. Prices
Mr. Robert Mann, of Newnan, spent
Monday in the city, the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy Mann.—Senoia Enter
For Rent.—Three connecting rooms,
all conveniences, suitable for light
housekeeping. Apply at 72 E. Broad
street, or 'phone 473.
Tax Receiver Smith will begin
second round on Tuesday, March
Mr. M. B. Mooney will leave to-mor
row for St. Louis, Mo., where he will
spend a week or ten days selecting new
spring goods for his house.
Our seeds are fresh, true to name,
and will grow. You take no risks in
buying seed here.
John R. Cates Drug Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Mascalan Manley, of
Newnan, are the guests for a few days
of Mr. and Mrs. VaBser Patrick, on
Orange street.—Macon Telegraph.
If you wish to secure a loan on your
farm lands at 6 per cent, see T. G.
The biggest and best International
line of tailor-made clothes, $14 to $30, at
Save telephone and express
buying your cut flowers from
For Sale.—Good, gentle horse; also,
buggy and harness. Apply to Mrs. D.
Get a front seat at The Halcyon next
Thursday and see the greatest dancers
of the age.
Mr. H. H. North, of Newnan. was
here on business Monday.—Senoia En
For Sale.—Genuine Barred Plymouth
Rock eggs at $1 per setting of 15. Ap
ply at this office.
We have had an unusually mild
ter, and it is likely that we shall
a fine, open spring.
Men's, women and children’s all-
leather shoes—a good assortment can
be found at Boone's.
Flower Pot Sale.—Five 3-inch flower
pots, two for 5c. 'Phone 81.
Johnson Hardware Co.
Mr. Paul Smith, our accommodating
Tax Receiver, was here on his first
round Saturday and met a good many
people. —Senoia Enterprise-Gazette.
Wanted. — We wish to buy several
hundred bushels of peas, any variety,
for which we will pay the highest mar
ket price. T. B. McRitchie & Co.
Wanted.—To rent nice 5-room cot
tage, not too far out, or will divide
house with good family. Apply to W
G. Huff, care John R. Cates Drug Co.
Mr. R. D. Cole went to Atlanta Tues
day to attend a meeting of the execu
tive hoard of the Georgia Manufactur
era’ Association, of which he is a mem
Luther Burbank, the wonderful plant
wizard, is now selling his flower and
vegetable seed, and John R. Cates Drug
Co. are Newnan agents. Ask about
Mrs. M. T. Estes, of Newnan, gave
birth to a fine bey last week at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J
B. Jarrell, in this city.—Meriwether
Save the Pieces!—When you break
your spectacle or eyeglass lens bring
me the pieces and I can duplicate your
lens, no matter how complicated.
H. S. Banta.
See the “crinoline” polka at The
Halcyon next Thursday. It iB a reminder
of the dances your grandmother danced
fifty years ago, when hoopskirts and
trouserettes were considered the acme
For Sale.—White Wyandotte eggs
from high-class birds properly mated—
$1, $2, $3 and $5 for 15. Write for list
of matings, or order from this ad. Pul
lets, $1.50 and $2. W. O. Cox,
Announcement.—The store-room at
Ns. 4 Court Square, recently vacated
by E. H. Norris, will be occupied in a
few days by Mrs. W. D. Palmer, who
will carry a full line of millinery, cut
flowers and plants.
Five Dollars Reward. — For bicycle
stolen from in front of the postoffice
last Saturday night. It is a new Day-
ton wheel, painted red, with non-skid
tires and without coaster brake.
D. W. Boone.
For Sale. — “Half-and-Haif” cotton
seed at $1.25 per bushel; "Coweta Pro
lific” cotton seed at 90c. per bushel; 10
per cent, discount on 10-bushel lots.
Call or send checks to T. H. Herring, R.
F. D. 4, Newnan, Ga.
A week of prayer for home missions
will be observed with a service each af
ternoon next week by the ladies of the
Central Baptist church. The services
will be held in the Sunday-school room,
beginning at 3 o’clock.
For Our Customers Only.—We have
hitching room in our basement for forty
head of stock, which will be reserved
for the convenience and accommodation
of our customers only.
C. J. Barron & Sons.
Automobile Back.—I wish to let the
public know that I would appreciate
their patronage. Careful driving and
reasonable rates. Residence ’phone
455; up-town ’phone, 66; union station
’phone, 499 J. C. H. Newton.
Mrs. M. B. Mooney was called to
Birmingham, Ala., last week by the
death of her stepmother, Mrs. J. F.
Kimball. After the funeral she was ac
companied home by her father, Mr.
Kimball, who will Bpend some time in
Mr. F. W. Stripling has purchased
the Kinnard place, on W. Washington
street. The old building will be moved,
and in its place Mr. Stripling will erect
a 6-room bungalow. Messrs. Brown &
Haynie, the housebuilders, have the
Dr. J. S. Hardaway, Rev. E. W.
Stone, Judge A. D. Freeman. Mr. W.
A. Steed, and perhaps others, were in
Atlanta Wednesday and Thursday at
tending the Georgia Baptist Laymen’s
Convention, which met in that city
The Halcyon will present the great
society play, “What a Woman Will
Do,” on Tuesday next. If you appre
ciate clever acting, fine photography
and a beautiful story, see this play.
Open at 12 noon. “Come early and
avoid the rush.”
Mias Christine Lythgoe, of Newnan,
is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs.
M. H. Lythgoe. Her many friends in
West Point are glad to know she is
rapidly regaining her health and
strength since her recent serious illness.
—West Point News.
Rev. L. P. Glass has accepted the
call of the Baptist church at this
place, and will preach here the second
and fourth Sunday in each month.
The people of the town are pleased
at his decision, and gladly welcome he
and his family aB citizens.—Fayette
i When you want a buggy come to see
' us. We will save you money.
M. G. & J. J. Keith.
Mr. T. G. McCollough, of Newnan,
was with relatives here Sunday. —Se
Mr. R. Hughs has given Brown &
Haynie, the housebuilders, the con
tract to build a neat cottage on the
vacant lot adjoining his residence on
Dandruff must be removed and the
hair roots nourished to stop falling hair
and itching scalp. Use Parisian Sage,
which John R. Cates Drug Co. guaran
tees. It supplies every hair need - is in
Mr. Tom Jones, of Carrollton, has
been elected cashier of the Whitesburg
Banking Co., succeeding Mr. Jas. A.
Kelley, resigned. Directors were
elected as follows: W. T. Jones, Tobe
Stevens, R. E L. Jones, R. G. Strick
land, T. W. Camp, James A. Kelley,
F. O. Watkins.
Martin Brown and Rossika Dolly are
appearing in that greatest of all the
season’s successes, from the musical
comedy standpoint,“Hello, Broadway,”
at the Astor Theater, on Broadway,
New Yoyk. The dances, which were cre
ated by them, have been the talk of New
York. These dances have been repro
duced on the screen with wonderful
fidelity, and no one can afford to miss
seeing them. Remember, they will be
at The Halcyon one day ana night—
Thursday, March 4.
Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets are noted
for their quick relief and unfailing ac
tion in regulating sick, sour, gassy
stomachs—perfectly harmless, inexpen
sive, and money returned if they fail.
John R. Cates Drug Co.
Mr. Nath Upshaw, of Lutherville,
was in the city yesterday en route to
Birmingham, Ala, where he will spend
some time with his children. Mr. Up
shaw is just recovering from a severe
and protracted attack of rheumatism,
and will probably go to Hot Springs,
Ark., for a course of treatment before
One of the nice affairs of the week
was a supper given by Mrs. Harvey
North on Monday evening for Mr.
North and a few of his gentlemen
friends. The guests included Messrs.
R. D. Cole, E. G. Cole, T. G. Farmer,
J. R. McCollum, R. O. Jones, H. C.
Glover, N. L. North, Robt. Mann and
Dr. T. S. Bailey.
Harness and Harness Repairs.—
Having purchased the harness depart
ment of A. Jay Billings’ shoe Bhop I
am now well prepared to all kinds of
work in this line. I make harness to
order, and also do repair work of every
character. My prices are reasonable,
and I respectfully solicit the patronage
of the public. W. R. Pitman.
Farmers are advised to examine the
corn stored in their cribs, as damage
from weevil hna been reported in some
localities. Full information and di
rections for protecting the grain from
this destructive inBect can be had by
applying to the State Entomologist,
Hon. Lee Worsham, Atlanta. Those
who find their cribs infected with
weevil should communicate with him at
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Mules, Mules.—We will have in a
car-load of blue grass Kentucky mules
about Jan. 23. These mules are di
rect from the blue grass section of
Kentucky, are all 4 to 6 yeara old, and
well broken. They are tbe kind that
will wear a long time and do good ser
vice. If you need mules come in and
look them over. We can suit you.
Hopson & Rankin.
Attention, Veterans!—There will be a
meeting of Coweta Camp, No. 1161, U.
C. V., at the court-house on Tuesday,
March 2, at 1 o’clock p. m. All mem
bers are requested to be present, as
camp officers are to be elected at this
meeting. Delegates to attend the Con
federate reunion at Richmond, Va., on
June 1, 2 and 3, will be chosen also. Do
not forget your annual dues—15 cents.
J. B. Goodwyn, Commander.
J. L. Brown, Adjutant.
A much-harried taxpayer, groaning
under the burden of constantly accumu
lating taxes, relieves his troubled bouI
as follows: “His horse went dead and
his mule went lame; he lost his cows in
a poker game: then a cyclone came on
a summer’s day and blew his house and
barn away. An earthquake came when
these were gone and swallowed the
ground the house was on; the tax col
lector then came round and charged
him for the hole in the ground.”
A much-worried business man, pes
tered by the multiplying use of revenue
stamps since the war tax was levied,
expresses his disguBt as follows:
“I’ve licked a dozen stamps to-day
for telegrams I’ve sent; I licked and
stuck one on a bill with which I paid
the rent; I licked a stamp to paste upon
a note which I renewed, and then I
licked another one to make the mort
gage good. I’ve licked these stamps
to show that I respected my country’s
will, and now I’d like to lick the man
who introduced the bill.”
The Baraca Class of the First Baptist
church held its annual reunion on Thurs
day night of last week. Messrs. W. G.
Post, Garland Jones, Litt Jones and W.
E. Nimmons spoke words of greeting
from the organized men’s classes of the
Methodist, Central Baptist and Presby
terian churches. The address of the
evening was delivered by Dr. F. C.
McConnell, of Atlanta. His subject
was “The Sword of Goliath.” Much
wise and timely counsel, eloquently ex
pressed, waa given to the young men.
At the close of the exercises tbe ladies
of the church served refreshments in
the annex, which had been tastefully
decorated for the occasion.
The Woman’s Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will meet at the
home of Mrs. D. A. Haney, on Jackson
street, Monday afternoon, March 1, at
3 o’clock. The programme will be in
charge of Mrs. R. W. Freeman, super
intendent of social service, and is as
Bible Lesson: Matthew, c. 18: v. 1 to
6, and 10 to 14.
Reports of superintendents.
Reports of committees.
Topic—"The Problem of the Adoles
cent at Home.”
Social service studies.
Money to Loan. — Applications re
ceived for loans, from $100 to $10,000,
on improved and unimproved town prop
erty and farm lands. Interest 8 per
cent, straight. Interest payable annu
ally or semi-annually. Time, one to ten
years. Applicants for loans will please
give description, location, and valuation
of property offered as security for loan.
State improvements and valuation of
same. We want county representatives
to receive applications for loans, ap
praise property, and serve as our ex
clusive representative. Attorney or
real estate man preferred. Applicants
for loans and applicants for agencies
positively required to furnish at least
two character refererces and forward
postage, five 2c. Btamps, for applica
tion blanks, full particulars, and prompt
reply. Write Southern Office, South
eastern Mortgage Loan Association,
Fourth National Bank Building, Atlan
Stuffed up head is cleared like magic
by simply breathing Hyomei, while ca
tarrh of head and throat rapidly and
surely yields to its antiseptic healing.
John R. Cates Drug Co. guarantees
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that there ia at leant one dreaded diaaaae
that science haa been able to cure in all ita stage*,
and that la catarrh. Ha 11 ’a Catarrh Cure la (he
only positive extra now known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a conatitutional dineaae,
requires a conatitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure ia taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe wya-
tem. thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease. and giving the patient strength by build
ing up the conatitution and aasiating nature in
doing ita work. Tbe proprietor a have »o much
faith in ita curative powera that they otfer One-
Hundred Ooliara for any caae that it faiia to cure.
Send for beta of testimonials. Address
F. J. CHENEY A CO..
Bold by all druggist*. 7&c. Toledo. Ohio.
Take Hall's Family Filla for constipation.
Wc make quite a specialty of
garden seeds. Buying only from
the best seedsmen, consequent
ly our seed stock is dependable,
and the varieties are of the very
finest improved strains. For
years we have supplied the same
customers with their garden
seeds, and these are among the
best gardeners in town. They
buy of us because they can de
pend on the quality of the seeds
we sell. They take no chances,
and they get results that count.
C. One of our customers made
an interesting experiment with
Irish potatoes last year, planting
half a patch with our seed and
the other half with ordinary
seed, with results that were con
vincing to her, for the common
seed scarce returned the seed
planted, while our potatoes pro
duced an abundant crop. There
is no doubt about it---it pays to
lie sure of your seed, and the
best way to be sure is to let us
John R, Cates Drug Co,
THE REXALL STORE
Given Special Attention
I repair spectacles and eye-glass
es, and supply new lenses while
If you go to Atlanta to see an
oculist bring me your prescription.
I will fill it and save you money
and give you the best that is made.
H. S. BANTA
THE NEWNAN JEWELER
Since we have been ap
pointed Local Representative
of this remarkable Public
Service we have heard words
of praise from all sides. We
each and every
Toilet Specialty and Remedial,
and at once refund purchase price
to anyone not thoroughly satisfied
after trial of any of the more than
100 SANwTOX Toilet Articles
and Remedials for practically d
every need. Be sure to try f '
SANmTOX Public Service—
you will be delighted.
Murray Drug & Book Company
'Phone 18. Newnan, Ga.