THE NEWNAN HERALD
NEWNAN, GA„ FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1915.
Vol. 50—No. 29
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‘HOME, SWEET HOME"
Whether you have a home in the country, a cottage in the town, or a mansion on the hill, you should have in it a Columbia Grafonola, which will do almost
anything you want it to—sing for you, play the soft, sweet music of the violin, harp and guitar, the beautiful new dance music, the happy laughing and comic songs
for the children, the sweet old home songs, and all the old church hymns that will please and cheer the old mother and father who cannot go to church any more to
hear them. Man, man! Why don’t you tell me to send one out to your home to-day? It won’t cost you much—just a few cents a day for a short while, and you
will never miss it; and just think of the pleasure you will give to the folks at home. You can get one at a price to suit you, from $17.50 to $500. If interested, let me
know, and I will send one to your home on trial and if not perfectly satisfied, I will take it back. You must have one on your veranda this summer.
Band Records, marches, and all
kinds of school records, we will be glad
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This is a beauty.
are all guaranteed
to give PERFECT
Arc popular now and 1 can supply you
with any kind you want.
LABOR HAS SURE REWARD
H. S. BANTA
“THE NEWNAN JEWELER”
Makes a liberal offer to contestants in The Newnan Herald’s Great Automo
bile Contest. Read what Mr. Banta, “the Newnan Jeweler,” has to say:
I am a great admirer of pluck, determination and will power, and feel that I want a hand in the
pleasure of rewarding some one in The Herald’s Great Automobile Contest. In order to avail my
self of this pleasure I have placed at the disposal of The Herald a beautiful Solid Gold Watch Case,
fitted with a genuine American Waltham movement. Come to my store and examine this watch.
To See it is to Want it
It will be awarded at 4 p. m., Wednesday, April 28, to the contestant having turned in the most
money between that hour and 7 a. m., Saturday, April 17. Have your friends come see the beauti
ful watch, and, above all, come yourself. Yours for success,
H. S. BANTA,
THE NEWNAN JEWELER