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GOOD SHOES ARE ESSENTIAL TO HEALTH AND COMFORT
Cap toe brogan, si/.es 7 fo II $1.50
Plain toe brogan, sizes 7 to II 1.50
Heavy cap toe brogan, sizi-s 8 to 11 . .. .. 2.00
Gun metal shoes, sizes 5 to 8 1.48
Heavy tan calf blucher, sizes 0 to II... 2.50
Tan calf, green bottom, sizes 6 to II 3.00
Heavy dress gun metal button, 6 to 11 — 3.00
Russia vici bal. rubber heel, 6 to 11 4.00
Heavy brogans, sizes 7 to 1 L. .. 1.75
Gun metal shoes, sizes 5 to 8 1.48
Black ooze shoes, sizes 6 to 11 1.50
Tan ooze green sole, sizes 6 to 11 .. 1.50
Heavy box calf bluchers, sizes 6 to 11 . 2.50
Gun metal button, sizes 6 to 10 2.50
Black elk scout, sizes 6 to 10.... . 2.50
Heavy pebble grain bluchers, 6 to 8J . 2.00
Chocolate elk green bottom, 6 to 11 3.50
Sunday gun metal shoes, 5 to 8 __ 1.50
Gun metal bluchers, 6 to II 2.00
(Inn metal dress button, 6 to II 2.00
Patent button, velvet top, 6 to 10 2.50
Patent leather, fancy top, 6 to 10 .. 2.50
Kid blucher, cap ioc, 5 to9_. 2.00
Kid congress, plain toe, 6 to 9 2.00
Gun metal, doth top, 6 to 10 2.50
I leavy dress gun metal blucher ...... 3.00
Russian calf button, (Ralston) 3.50
Patent button, (Ralston) 6 to 11 ... 3.50
Patent blucher, (Ralston) 6 to 1! 3.50
Dark tan vici button (Ralston) 6 to 10 4.00
Russian calf blucher, (Ralston) 6 to 11 4.00
Comfort “Juliet” rubber heels, sizes 3 to 8. $1.00
Dongola “Comfort” shoes, 4 to 8 1.00
I)r. Bryan’s cushion-sole, rubber heel health
shoes, 3 to 8 .. 1.50
Kid button, patent tip, 21 to 8. ... 1.50
Kid blucher, patent toe. size 2J to 8 _ 1.50
Patent leather button, medium heel, 3 to 8 2.00
Tan vici button, 21 to 7 .. 2.00
Dark tan vici blucher, 3 to 8 _ 2.00
Gun metal, dull top, growing girls shoes, 3 to 8 2.50
Patent button, dull top, high heel, 3 to 8 2.50
Patent button, cloth top, high heel, 3 to 8 2.50
Kid button, EE, low heel, 3 to 8 2.50
Kid blucher, EE, low heel, 4 to 8. 2.50
Patent button, figured doth top, 3 to 7 _ 2.50
Patent button, dotli top, Cuban heel, 2 to 8 3.50
Tan kid button, medium heel, 2 to 8 3.50
Tan calf button, 2 to 8 2.50
Patent button, low heel, 2\ to 7 2.50
Women’s beaver cowpen blucher, 3 to 8 1.50
Women’s box grain blucher, 3 to 8 _ 1.50
Women’s special box calf, 3 to 8 . _ 2.00
Women’s extra heavy calf bluchers, 4 to 8 .... 2.00
Boys’ doth oxfords . 50c
Ladies’tennis oxfords .. 50c
Men’s black and tan oxfords.. .. 50c
Misses’ white cloth shoes. 75c
Men’s white doth shoes . 75c
Boys' and Girls’ Shoes
Gun metal blucher, heavy sole, sizes 84 to 12 $1.25
LittlefMajor’s dongola tip blucher, broad tee,
7 to 9 1.25
Girl’s golden rule kid blucher, 8 to 12 • 1.25
Mrs. A. R. King’s heavy spring-heel dongola
broad toe, 9 to 12 2.00
Misses’ special button dress shoe, broad toe,
12 to 2 ___ 1.50
Mrs. A. R. King’s.princess tan calf button,
broad toe, 12 to 2 2.00
Mrs. A. R. King’s kid button, patent tip, broad
toe, I? to 2 2.00
Boys’ gun metal blucher, 9 to 12 1.25
Boys’ tan scouts, 8 to 10 1.25
Boys’ patent blucher, 7\ to 12 1.50
Boys’ patent colt button, 84 to 12 1.50
Boys’ gun metal button, 8£ to 12. 1.50
Boys’ gun metal button, 12 to 2 1.50
Boys' gun metal blucher, 12 to 2 _ 1.50
Boys’ patent colt button, 12 to 2 1.50
Boys’ blucher calf, 12 to 2 1.50
Boys’ Rainer scout elk bottom, 24 to 6 2.00
Boys’ black ooze scout green bottom, 2% to 6._ 1.50
Boys’ tan ooze scout green bottom, 2J to 6 1.50
Rainer’s tan elk scout bals, sizes 2£ to 6 2.00
Heavy king blizzard double vamp, 3 to 6 2.00
Gun metal blucher, 3 to 6 1.50
Gun metal button, 3 to 6 1.50
Mrs. A. R. King’s tan calf lace, 2 1-2 to 5 2.50
Mrs. A. R. King’s misses’ gun metal button,
2 1-2 to 6 2.50
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County News Items
Interesting Facts Gathered During ttw Week by Our
It appears that the little wave of
“prosperity" that we have heard bo
much about has had u tendency to re
vive the activity in "old booze. 1 ’ Over
in Kavelin county, just across the line,
one of lie* negroes spoken of as having
been wounded in a drunken row has
since died from hia injuries. This makes
two d atlis th.it have resulted from one
At Aberdeen, on Sunday lust, a n gro
received two loads of buckshot Irmn a
gun in the hands of a white man
“Popskun" played its pari in this fan
edy uiso li seems that the negro shot
three times at the white mall, before
the latter shot at him. Court lines
seem not to deter people (rum using
their deadly weapons upon each other.
If reports in* true, there are white men
who assume to be agents for whiskey
houses, and nut only solicit orders from
young while men. but negroes aa well.
So long ns this is allowed we m iy ex
pect to hear of drunken rows.
Dr. S. H Cousins met Ins congrega
tion at this place on Sunday last. The
following delegates to the Western As
sociation were elected, viz: ,\. S Jonoa,
Geo. H. Urquhart Hnd R-*v. II. S. Keep.
The many friends of Mr. Clinton Mor
gan sympathize with him in his atflie-
tion, and hope that he may soon be re
stored to health.
We regret to learn thHt Hon. S. I,.
Whatley i* not improving. He is not
yet able to bo up, hut is in good spirits,
and his friends hope that In* may out
last the affliction that has come upon
If the decision of Judge Kreerosn in
the local school tax case in Villa Rira
district, Carroll county, holds good,
then the local echo d tax levied in this
county should not be imposed upon the
tax-payers of the county. Is it right
to force the people to pay an unlawful
tux, when many of the tax-payers hsvp
no righ' to vole? We don’t think so.
Coughs that are 8toppcd !
Careful people see that they are
stopped. l)r. King’s New Discovery
is a remedy of tried merit. It has
held it*, own on the market for 46
y.ars. Youth and old age testify to
its soothing and healing qualities.
I’neumomu and lung troubles "re often
caused liv i day of treatment. Dr.
King’s New Discover'' stops those
hacking coughs arid relieves In grippe
re-'fortes. Mones bark if lulls. ;0c
BY MRS. L. I*. WINTER.
Mrs. W. W. Wisdom, of Atlanta,
spent Monday with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Glenn Arnold.
Mr. and Mrs. I N Orr, jr., and Mrs.
Kllen Camp, of Newnan, visited Mrs.
S. E. Leigh Sunday afternoon.
Miss L ittie While has returned from
a visit with friends in Atlanta.
Miss Marian Winter, of Atlantn,
spent the week end with her parents
Mr. S. E. Leigh has purchased a 5.
Miss Coraiie McAvoy spent Thursday
Miss Marguerite Sewell, of Lone Oak,
has entered school here.
Miss Nellie Kate Lambert was hostess
for the Rook 1’iuu Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. li I. Sewell, ..rs
Krunk Cline and Mrs. Edwin Banks and
children motored to Newnan Monday
Mr. anu Mrs. Smith and Miss Clifford
West, of Atlanta, were the guests of
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. (’lower Sunday
Miss Marie Sewe'l, of Lone Oak, is
the guest of Mrs. Ji n Sewell.
Mr. Irby White was in Newnan Mon
Dr. Culhreath and Mr. E. B. Cotton
spent Sunday in Loschapika, Ala.
Mr and Mrs. Hubert Mvachum, Miss
Coney and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I-atuner
visited in Gay Sunday afternoon.
The missionary society met Monday
afternoon at the church. The meeting
was led by Mrs. John White. Each
member responded to roll-call with a
missionary item, which made it very
Mrs. Wallace, of Atlanta has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gene Wal
Facts for Sufferers.
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Be it neuralgia, rheumatism, lumlaigo,
neuritis, toothache, sprain, bruise, sore,
stiff muscles, or whatever pain you
have yields to Slain's Liniment — brings
new fresh blood, dissolves the conges
tion, relieves the injurv. the circu a-
tion i« free and your pain leaves as if
by magic. The nature of its qualities
penetrate immediately to the sore
spot. Don’t k<ep on suffering. Get
a bottle of Sloan’s L'niment I’se it.
It means instant relief. Price iV
an.) ,sV $1 hotde holds six time- ss
much us the J5c. size.
Mr. and Mrs. Hewlette Pitman
visited the former's sister, Mrs. H M.
Cook, at Haralson, Saturday and Sun
Mr. .1. E. McLean spent Sunday with
his brother. Mi. Odd McLean, at
School opened here Monday, with
l’rof. T. N. McWhorter as principal
and Miss Stella Wadsworth assistant.
Messrs. Ed Turner, A. C. lioyeton.
Geo. Lassetter, Homer Lassetter, K A.
Ingram, S. W. Glass and W. E. Mar
tin, went up to Atlanta Sunday.
Mr. Horace Haines and children, of
Senoia, visited Mrs. C. A. Haines one
day this week.
Miss Blanche Lassetter, one of our
popular young ladies, went to Newnan
Saturday to take a position with
Mr. R .1 Stewart, of Newnan, was
in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs It >y Bridges are re
joicing over the arrival of a tine baby
boy at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Vineyard visited
homofolks af Longstreet Sunday.
Messrs. Joe Ingram and Inis Cole
spent Saturday and Sunday with home-
| folks here, returning to Atlanta Sun
Last Sunday, at Prospect church, the
Sunday-school hour was devoted to the
benefit of the Decatur Orphan's Home,
an appropriate programme being pret
tilv rendered by the younger members
of the Sunday-school.
Hmmans church, on the Hoganavillc
road, last Friday, Saturday, and Sun
day, formed the center of interest for
the numbers of the Primitive Baptist
church in several near communities,
the occasion being the annual associa
tion of that church, the meetings oc
cupying three days with "dinner on the
Mrs. S. F. Culpepper and Mr. and
Mrs. D. O. Phillips, of Greenville, at
tended the meeting at Emmaus Inst
Sunday, and visit.-d the family of Mr.
E. C. Culpepper.
Hon. N. F. Culpepper, of Greenville,
with his three interesting little daugh
ters, iipent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
E C. Culpepper.
Prof, and Mrs. Snelson attended
teachers’ institute at Greenville last
Friday, and visited Mrs. Snelson’s moth
er, Mrs W are, at Woodbury on Sunday.
It is pleasant to report the prosperity
of Lone Oak High School and ils steady
increase in attendance. Several hoard
ing pupils have been added to the reg
Miss Marguerite Sewell has entered
Grantvill-* High School.
Mr. and Mrs, Tillman Truitt attended
services at Union church, St. Marks
Mrs. J. T. Latimer and Mr. Henry
Truitt, we are glad to report, are now-
Mrs. John <» Burdett. her friends le-
gret to know, is again quite feeble.
A heavy rain last afternoon and r*v*-n
iog. followed by snow-rs t«. ii*\, j. mo
dering the work o! the fsimers.
Our Sunday-school is progressing
nicely. Mr. K. B. Posey is now super
Mr. Marvin Phillips visited homefolks
at Kiverdale Saturdry and Sunday.
Miss Ada Mae Banks returned home
Saturday, after a pleasant visit with
relatives at Fife, and was accompanied
home by her sister, Mrs. J. C. Garner.
Miss Willie Beavers was the guest of
relatives in Newnan last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill West, Mr. Bob
West, Miss Kate West and Mr. Frank
Eborhart motored to Macon Sunday,
where they were the guests of Mr. aiid
Mrs. A. M. Phillips,.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Vineyard were
the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Banks.
Mrs. Paul Smith spent Wednesday in
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Banks, of Fife,
visited relatives here Saturday and Sun
Misses Beatrice and Ada Mae Hines
spent Monday in Newnan.
Mr. Rada Tolbert, of Grantville, was
the guest of Mr. Earnest Hembree Sun
Mrs. W. P. West and Miss Kate West
spent; last week with Mrs. W. D. Ellis
Messrs. Aubrey Copeland, C. B. Mc
Clure und the Misses Hines mo f ored
to Red Oak Sunday afternoon.
„ Mr- Emmett Park and mother, of
Gr inivine, were Sunday guests of Mr.
and .Mrs. Chas. Park Sunday.
Mr. Y\. P, West made u business trip
to Atlanta Wednesday.
M rs. K. B. l’ouey is visiting relatives
Mrs. Jim Bowen and son, Harvey, of
Palmetto, were the guests Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Hines.
The Coweta Singing Conventioi
organized at Andrew Chapel on S
last, with the following officers, v
B. Hutchens, president; B. T B
vice-president; T. R. Sweatmon,
tarv; B. D. Lee, assistant secrets
The convention will meet in i
session at Mt. Carmel church r
second Sunday and Saturday bet
May, 1916. We hope to make a
success of the convention, and
that much good may re ult froi
organization. Neighboring co
huve similar organizations, and
are thoroughly appreciated by lov
music. Indeed, there is sotm
wrong with a person who doesn
joy good music. Nothing so eh
slid uplifts a community than to
at the churches and j dn in a son
vice. It helps the preacher i
work, and exerts a good influer
other ways. I am in the work t,
just as long us God gives me voii
Anyone wishing to hec-me a
ber of the convention is asked to
his or her name to either of the o
mentioned above. We shall be
to have as manv units* wi*h
„ B. D 1
hharpsburg. Ga.. Sept. iS.h.
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