!W. B. Mooney
New Shirt Waists—
The prettiest lingerie
waists of the season
reached us this week.
Voile, rice cloth, organ
die, etc. Handsomely
trimmed with FINE
laces. All one price, $1
New shipment of late
styles belted skirts, in
gabardine, P. K., rati
ne, etc.,— $1 to 81.98
Colored Wash Skirts—
Pretty assortment * of
of new colored wash
skirts in black and
white, Palm Beach,
and dark stripes, 98c
Fine Mat Laces—
Big lot of extra fine
French val laces, 1 to
2 inches wide; values,
10c to 20c; special. 6c
Boys’ Wash Suits—
New style “Oliver
Twist” suits for boys,
2\ to 8 years, 69c, 81
Boys’ coat and pants
suits, fadeless colors,
Gauze Lisle Hose-
Extra fine gauze hose,
with linen heel and toe,
double sole, splendid
wearers, white and
black, 2 pairs for..25c
Black and white silk
boot hose, with strong
reinforced heel and
toe. Will wear well,
Large assortment socks
for the kids, in fancy
tops; also, white and
black 15c and 25c
A splendid table Mon
day of extra values in
huck and Turkish tow
els, values up to 20c.
All priced at 10c
Full new stock of C-B
corsets in models for
all figures 81 to 83
M. B. Mooney
aB it looks.
The new things in men's felt and
straw hats at Boone’s.
Sims’ Sanitary Market
highest price for hides.
Born, on the 12th inst., to Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Farmer—a son.
Wanted.—A good second-hand ceiling
fan. Boone-Capers Co.
See our ad. on the front page of this
For auto hire see A. H. Boone, or
phone 348 or 378. Service day or night.
Desirable residence lot on Jackson
street for sale. Apply to John R.
Palm Beach hats for ladies, suitable
for motoring and outings, 50c.
Local Happening's Told in
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loan. Apply to A. H.
bunch isn't as easy
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Haynie had ns
guests on Sunday last Mr. and Mrs.
John Jones, Mr. J. T. Jones and MiBs
Leita Jones, of Bremen.
Messrs. Wm. Dayton and Ralph
Dunbar, of Thomuston, came up Sat
urday and spent a couple of days with
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dunbar.
Latest stvles in new belt and coat
chains at Hants's. Call in and see
them. You will be pleased to lind new
designs, both in gold and gold plate.
For Rent.— Two large upstairs office
rooms. Will fix up to suit tenant. Ap
ply to Z. P. Barron, manager of Mc
Clure Ten Cent Store, Newnan, Ga.
For Sale.— Good, gentle horse; ex
cellent qualities, and sound in wind and
limb. Have no use for animal is only
reason for selling. J. L. Barge.
If you wish to secure a loan on your
farm lands at 6 per cent, see T. G.
Automobile Ajax tires guaranteed
5,000 miles in writing. Prices right.
Mr. W. E. Prather, of Newnan, spent
Sunday afternoon in West Point.—West
For Sale. — Three mules and one
horse. Apply to 1. N. Orr Co., Grocery
Scout style shoes for men —the shoe
for outdoor wear—now $1.50, $2 and
$2.50 at Boone’s.
Mr. R. C. Ward is again able to be
but, though quite feeble. — Senoia
When you want a buggy come to see
us. We will save you money.
M. G. & J. J. Keith.
Highest price paid for hides, green
or dry, at Broadwater Bros.’ market,
17 E. Broad street.
New shipment of Rah-Rah hats for
boys and girls, 2 to 6 years of age, just
received at Boone’s.
Rooms For Rent. —Four nice upstairs
rooms, with hall and porch, 12 College
street. Water and lights. Very reason
able. A. Jay Billings.
For Rent.— The large building on E.
Washington street, formerly occupied
as a garage. 'Phone 325.
G. E. Parks Insurance & Realty Co.
The Newnan Civic League will meet
next Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock,
in the Library assembly-room. A full
attendance of the membership is urged.
Stock dealers report that not more
than half as many mules have been
sold in Newnan up to date as were sold
in any recent year for the same period.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Wadsworth
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bowen, of
Newnan, were the week-end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mills. —Barnesville
night at her home on E. Broad street.
Her remains were carried aaturduy to
Lithonia, where the funeral and inter
ment took place Sunday. She is sur
vived by her husband.
The Herald is requested to announce
that there will he a picnic at Edge
worth’s ferry, 5 miles southwest of
Whitesburg, to-morrow, (Saturday.)
Everybody invited to take their friends
and sweethearts and enjoy the day.
Don’t forget to carry baskets.
Rev. J. E. Hannah has gone to New
port News, Va., to attend the annual
meeting of the Southern Presbyterian
General Assembly, which convened in
that city yesterday. Owing to his ab
sence there will be no preaching at the
Presbyterian church next Sunday.
Graphophones. — Please remember
that 1 am agent for both the Vic
tor and Columbia graphophoncs and
ictrolas, and records for both kinds.
Be sure to buy your needles from me; I
have all kinds at only 5 cents per hun
dred. H. S. Banta.
Messrs. F. W. Stripling and J. C.
Stripling spent three days in St. Louis
this week attending a big dry goods
sale. They returned this morning,
bringing with them invoices for sever
al thousand dollars’ worth of bargains
picked up for Stripling Dry Goods Co.
Miss Emily Arnall, one of our popu
lar young ladies who is attending Cox
College, has the leading part in a
Greek play to be given at the college
auditorium Friday evening. The play
is under the direction of Mrs. Curtis
Arnall North.-Senoia Enterprise-Ga
Mr. and Mtb. R. J. Atkinson will
leave Monday for a trip to the great
exposition at San Francisco. They
will go through the Canadian Rockies
and up as far as Alaska before their
return home. They will be absent
about seven weeks.-Meriwether Vin
A bevy of pretty college girls as
sembled Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Warren Woodward, in
Vineville, where she was hostess at a
6 o’clock tea for Miss Annie Lou Har
dy, of Senoia, who is a former grad
uate of WeBleyan College. — Macon
Mr. Robert Mann and siBter, Miss
AuguBta, accompanied by a party of
friends from Newnan, spent Sunday
afternoon with Misses Sims.—Senoia
Mr. and MrB. C. E. Summer an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter, Nannie Lucile, to Mr. Luther Cal
vin Moore, the wedding to take place
in June. No cards.
We sell pure paints and oils at a
price you can afford.
Johnson Hardware Co.
For Rent. — Five-room house at 30
Jefferson street. Water and lights.
Apply to C. D. Crane.
Wanted.—Five hundred frying size
chickens at 25c. to 35c. each.
Sims’ Sanitary Market.
Over 88,000 Maxwells of the 1915
type have been sold.
Coweta Auto Sales Co.
Mrs. Josiah Garr Sims, of Hogans-
ville, announces the engagement of her
daughter, Lucy Lurline, to Mr. JameB
Loy Williams, of Newnan, the wedding
to take place in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Bigby Parrott and
baby, of Atlanta, were guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs, Robt. Orr.
You don’t know the pleasure you are
missing if you don’t own a car.
Coweta Auti Sales Co.
Mrs. H. L. Camp is in Atlanta again
this week for medical treatment.—
Loans.—Farm loans at 6 per cent, in
terest. Commission extra.
Hall & Jones,.Attorneys.
The Romans have invaded the hunt
ing-grounds of the "Cowetas,” and are
said to be looking for scalps.
Peas For Safe.—Speckled, Clay, and
mixed. Any quantity. Low prices.
Farley Bros., Opelika, Ala.
The trustees of Haralson school
have re-elected Misses Mae and Lucy
Ellis as teachers for another year.
For Rent. — Five-room house on
Third street. Apply to G. E. Parks
Insurance & Realty Co., ’phone 325.
We have your size in auto dusters,
$1.25 to $1.50. Worth the cost to make
one long trip. Boone's.
A Real Estate Bargain.—Up-to-date
cottage, six large rooms, across the
street from Atkinson Grammar School.
Choice neighborhood. See me at once
for a bargain. C. B. Whitmire.
Wanted. — A good second-hand Ford
touring car, 1913 or 1914 model. Must
be cheap and in good order. State what
you have and best spot cash price. Ad
dress, “Auto,” Box 476, Newnan, Ga.
Mr. O. Z. Crook caught a turtle this
morning which weighed 37 pounds. Mr.
Crook was walking around his farm,
when he found the turtle out foraging
on his crops.—Senoia Enterprise-Ga
Past Grand Chancellor T. M. Good-
rum has been in Savannah this week
attending the Grand Lodge, K. of P.
and enjoying the-festivities incident to
May Week, which is an annual event
in that city.
Coming to The Halcyon, "Under the
Crescent,” the Princess Hassan series
of plays by Ola Humphrey, the Ameri
can lady that escaped from the Egyp
tian harem. Don’t miss one of them.
Watch for date.
Mr. Guy Garrard, formerly of this
city, has been made general manager
of the Hamburger Cotton Mills, at
Columbus. The mills have 10,000
spindles, which will soon be increased
to 18,000, it is reported.
The Maxwell car will bring un
dreamed of pleasures. We have one to
deliver now. Coweta Auto Sales Co.
For Sale. — McCormick binder;
practically new. A bargain for quick
sale. H. A. Hall.
Messrs. Hart Odom and Thomas Mc-
Makin, of Newnan, were in Green
ville last week.—Meriwether Vindica
Dr. S. B. Cousins, the pastor, will
preach at White Oak Grove Baptist
church on the fifth Sunday in the pres
“Unknown” Peas. — One hundred
bushels “Unknown” peas for sale.
Write or see J. R. Ingram, R. F. D. 2,
For Sale.—Several ch< ap and medium
priced milch cows. ’Phone W. O. Da
vis 2002, or write W. B. Mitcham, R.
F. D. 1, Newnan.
For Sale. — Splendid young horse,
gentle and in fine condition; will work
anywhere. Apply to Mrs. Ethel Wood,
60 Temple avenue.
Farmers from all parts of the coun
try report good stands of cotton since
the recent rains, and chopping is now
actively under way.
See us for paints and oils. We sell
pure goods, guaranteed not to peel or
crack. See us for prices.
J )h--i-n H-rdwor* Co.
The Halcyon has its ubusI excellent
irogrumme for the coming week.
Those we mention are some of the
head-liners, viz: Harry Myers and
Rosemary Thehy on Monday; “Money"
on Thursday; Cleo Madison Wednesday
in a triumph of dramatic art, "The
Dnncer;” Billie Ritchie, the funniest
man in the world, who has the r pu-
tation of making more people smile
than any other man, will be here
Thursday. A 2 reel comedy scream
Friday; also the beautiful Doris Pawn
and handsome Sydney Ayers. Every
day a good one, but tno next day it is
better, so don't miss them. •
The Herald notes with deep regret
the death of Mrs. Minnie Britt, well
known und widely esteemed in tho
community, which occurred lute Mon
day afternoon. She underwent an
operation Saturday afternoon, and
never recovered from the shock. De
ceased was the sister of Miss Sallie
Hammond, with whom she had made
her home for several years past. She
is survived also by two children, Mrs.
F. E. Menendez und Mr. Pier e Britt,
both of Tampa, Fla. The funeral took
since Wednesday afternoon at 2o’clock,
'rom the First Baptist church, services
being conducted by her pastor, Rev.
E. W. Stone. The interment was at
One of the most artistic muBic
recitals given at Cox College this year
was that of Miss Charline Sasser last
Saturday evening. She was assisted
by Miss Edna Walters, reader.—Se
The Halcyon entertained the children
Wednesday, and then some. They all
seemed to be at home, and their hearty
laughs could be heard a block away
Some five or six hundred enjoyed the
splendid pictures selected for them.
Rev. N. B. Mathis will begin a series
of meetings at the Presbyterian church
on Sunday evening, May 30. He will
be ably assisted by Rev. J. B. Ficklin,
pastor of the Inman Park Presbyterian
church. — Senoia Enterprise-Gazette.
Mrs. William Frederick Gay an
nounces the engagement of her daugh
ter, Frances Elizabeth, and Dr. Joseph
Eugene Mercer, of Baxley, Ga., the
wedding to take place June 30 at the
home of the bride’s mother in Turin.
Lost. — Thursday, on the streets of
Newnan, a medium size open-face gold
watch. Attached to the watch was a
leather fob with a small metal shield
bearing the initials “R. J. R. S. Co.”
Finder will pleaBe notify T. G. Far
While fishing at a deep water-hole
near Raymond on Saturday last Rob
ert, the 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Maynard, of that place, fell
into the hole and was drowned. He was
a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lark May
nard, of this city.
Mr. I. N. Orr, jr., sent to The Her
ald office on Saturday last the first
home-raised snap beans of the season.
There were but two of ’em, and
neither was more than an inch and a
quarter from tip to tip—but they were
sure enough beans.
After a long and painful illness Mrs.
R. P. Wilson passed away Friday
It is a source of pleasure to the many
friends of Mr. Harry L. Hardy to learn
that as representative of the Tech
nological School in the intercollegiate
prohibition contest at Macon a few
days since he won the first prize, $51)
in gold. This allows him the honor of
representing the State at Knoxville,
Tenn., in July.—Senoia Enterprise-
All trains on the Atlanta and West
Point road are now operated by tele
phone instead of by telegraph, as here
tofore, the road having just completed
its telephone line from Atlanta to West
Point. Each train crew is supplied with
a portable 'phone, which can be con
nected with the line at any point on
the road in case of accident or mishap
of any character.
At The Halcyon on Thursday, May 27,
“Money,” plenty of it. But listen
This is a Broadway production. You
have heard of the play, its title, its
story, and the leading actors. But you
have never seen the film, which is far
ahead of the stage play. We are going
to open early so all can see this great
play. Therefore, if you want to enjoy
It comfortably “come early and avoid
The closing exercises of Senoia High
School commence on Sunday, May 30,
when Rev. J. B. Ficklin, pastor of In
man Park Presbyterian church, will
preach the commencement sermon at
the school auditorium at 11 a. m. Mon
day evening will be the graduating
exercises, followed by the literary ad
dress by Col. Charles H. Arnall. Fri
day afternoon, May 28, the pupils of
the music class will give a recital.
The Fayette County Singing Con
vention will meet at Nyson on Satur
day before the fifth Sunday in May,
and be in session for two days. This
is a large and interesting gathering
and a number of the most prominent
leaders in the State are expected to be
present, among them Profs. Pace,
Moseley and Mullens. Four prominent
singers from South Carolina will be
there also, and take part on Saturday
The Junior Reading Circle had a most
interesting meeting with Mjss Fannie
Hill Herring Wednesday afternoon. The
following programme was given—
Biographical Sketch of Joel Chandler
Harris—Miss Mary Powell.
Selections from “Uncle Remus” —
Miss Mary Powell.
“Life of James Whitcomb Riley” —
Miss Frances Arnold.
The nomination of new officers com
posed the business part of the session.
The next meeting will be with Miss
The Strand has secured an especially
interesting programme for each day
next week. On Monday Tom Moore
and Marguerite Courtot will delight you
in “The Girl and the Bachelor, ” a 2-
act comedy-drama. Tuesday will be
ladies’ day again, when Leo Delaney
and Leah Baird will star in “The Re
turn of Maurice Donnelly,” a Vita-
graph Broadway star feature. On
Thursday Charlie Chaplin will give you
forty minutes of fun and laughter. On
Friday Francis X. Bushman, the most
popular star in the world, will appear
in a 2 act drama. It’s always cool and
pleasant at The Strand.
The society vaudeville and fair given
at Elks hall on Friday afternoon and
evening last, under the direction of the
Junior Reading Circle, was a big suc
cess. The entertainment features were
thoroughly enjoyed and the attendance
was good. The net receipts amounted
to $60, which will be added to the fund
being raised by the ladies of the Coun
ty Club to cover the coBt of repairs and
alterations on the old jail building,
which will be converted into a rest-room
for the comfort and convenience of la
dies visiting the city on shopping expe
ditions. It will be used also as a meet
ing-'place for the club, and other wo
men’s organizations. The building is
being remodeled throughout, and mod
ernized in a way that will jnake it both
cozy and attractive.
STANDING OF CLUBS
[Corrected to May 20. ]
A called meeting of the stockholders
of the Heard County Oil and Fertilizer
Co. was held at the plant's offices Mon
day. The principal question discussed
was the removal of the oil and fertil
izer department of the industry from
Franklin. No conclusion was reached,
however, and the proposition will be
considered again at the annual meeting
in June. This same question has sever
al times arisen. This mill has been a
good property, and its location is all
that could be desired, .with proper sup
port. It has been a great help and
convenience to the public in furnishing
a market for seed and feed for cattle,
ns well as supplying cotton seed fertil
izers. It should remain where it ia. —
Franklin News and Banner.
A “Seeing Georgia” party, leaving
Atlanta to-morrow in about fifty auto
mobiles on a tour of the State, will I
reach Newnan at II a. m. and spend I
half an hour here. The tourists will be |
joined at Newnan by Mr. R. D. Cole,
president of tfle County Chamber of
Commerce, and other citizens in auto
mobiles, who will accompany the parcy
us far as LaGrange. At that place
they will be entertained by Hon. Fuller
E. Callaway at an old-time Georgia
barbecue. The remainder of the itin
erary will include stops at Columbus,
Americus, Albany, Valdosta, and
other towns in that section of the
State, returning by the way of Moul
trie, Tifton, Cordele, Montezuma, Ft.
Valley, Barnesville, Griffin, Jackson,
McDonough, and thence back to At
lanta on Thursday next.
Coweta girls and boys graduating from |
the different colleges this year are as
follows; From Girls’ Normal and In
dustrial College, Milledgeville — Miss
Merrill Neely, Newnan; Miss Lennes
Jones, Senoia; Miss Lillian Sewell,
Grantville; Miss Janie Taylor, Luther
ville. From State School of Technology
— Roswell C. Atkinson, electrical engi
neering. From the State Normal School,
Athens—MisBes Mattie Vie Summers
and Elon Young. From State University,
Athens—John William Powell, Newnan,
B. A.; William Yates Atkinson and Al-1
bert Sidney Camp, Newnan, law. From
Brenau College, Gainesville—Miss Laura
Lew Bosworth, Senoia. B’rom Wesleyan
Female College, Macon —Miss Ruth j
Thompson, music. From Mercer Uni
versity, Macon—B. F. McKnight, Se-1
noia, law. From Cox College, College
Park—Misses Charline Sasser and Emi-1
ly Arnall, Senoia.
Closing Exercises of East Newnan
East Newnan school will close Fri
day, May 28, with the following pro-
grame of exercises —
Song—Class of girls.
Recitation, “Welcome”—Ernest Phil
“A Little Boy’s Address”— LindBay
“A Six-Year-Old” —Larry Smith.
"His Speech”—J. E. Richey.
“A Patriotic Boy” —Wylie Wood.
Operetta, “Vacation Time”— First
and third grades.
The Wise Philosophers” — Second
Drama, “The “Sniggles Family”—
Sixth grade girls.
Recitation, “The Widow Bud”—
“Differences of Opinion”—Two boys.
Dialogue, “A Slight Misunderstand
Farce, “The Obstinate Family.”
Drama, "Sleeping Beauty.”
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our friends for all
the kindnesses shown us during the
illneBS and upon the death of our dear
mother and sister, Mrs. Minnie Britt.
May God's blessings rest upon each and
every one. W. P. Britt,
Mrs. F. E. Menendez,
MiBs Sallie Hammond.
You cannot be disappointed in Paris
ian Sage, the delightful and refreshing
hair dressing, sold by John R. Cates
Drug Co. It takes away the dryness,
removes all dandruff, makes the hair
appear twice as abundant, soft and lus
White Man With Black Liver.
The liver is a blood purifier. It was
thought at one time it was the seat of
the passions. The trouble with most
people is that their liver becomes black
because of impurities in the blood due
to bad physical state, causing bilious
ness, headache, dizziness and constipa
tion. Dr. King’s New Life Pills will
clean up the liver, and give you new
life. 25c at your druggist’s.
The highest ideal of
fastidious lovers of
rich, satisfying confec
tions is realized in
The craving for more lingers
—because their irresistable
charm of flavor is not easily
forgotten. That's why they
are “the sweetest story ever
Regular assortment, in
halves, ones and twos,
Fruit Cordials, in halves,
ones and twos, pound $1
Assorted Nuts, in halves
qnd pounds Si
Ask for a Souvenir Menu,
giving you the contents of all
the Liggett candy assort
We are exoluaiue agents for
John EL] Cates Drug Co,
Should be proud of their children
when they graduate from the New
nan High School, and should give
hem on this occasion some suit
able remembrance. A fine watch
would be carried and treasured al
ways. A handsome lavaliere, brace
let or brooch—something the
daughter could always keep—would
Think this over and come to see
H. S. BANTA
"The Newnan Jeweler"
Stop the growth of your corns be
fore they become like mountains
and give you excruciating pain.
Use Nyal's Com Com
A simple, easy-to-use corn remedy
that works like a charm. No soil
ing of linen—no bandages —no
plaster. Per bottle —
Blue Jay Corn Plaster, 15c, 25c.
Kohler’s One Night Corn Salve. 25c.
Hanson’s Acorn Com Salve, 10c.
Georges’ Corn Pads, 10c, 25c.
Murray Drug and Boolt Co,