The Newnan Herald
.towvaN HERALD I Consolidated with Coweta Advertiser September, 1886. I
W Established 1866. f Consolidated with Newnan' News January. 1916. f
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921
Vol. 56—No. 49
It is not tho/big type and
the big talk iii the newspa
pers, but it is the quality,
fashion and fair price of
the^goods in the store which
make' value and give last
It is not the big typo and
the big talk,in the newspa
pers, but it is the quality,
fashion and fair price of
the godds.in the store which
make value and give last
' It will pay you well to consider the items listed Belojw. What stock of summer goods we haye on hand must go. and
we have marked them way down for quick clearance. All ladies’,suits, serge dresses and coats brought over from last season
we are determined to dose out, and have,put such attractive prices on them that you cannot afford to pass this opportunity by.
All high-cut shoes for men, wojnen and children brought over from last, season will be sold at half and less than 'half
their former prices. Now is the time to supply your needs for early fall. Come in and see what wonderful values we are offering.
Wool Dress Goods
We are showing some wonderful values
in all the wanted shades, and the prices are
54-inch all-wool serge; last year’s price
$4.50; today’s price $2.45 a yard.
56-inch all-wool serge; last year’s price
$6.00; today’s price $2.95 a yard.
All-wool fancy plaids for skirts; last
year’s price $6; today’s price $2.75 a yard.
46-inch tricotine; last year’s price $6.00;
today’s price $2.95 a yard. ’
50-inch French serge; last year’s price
$4.00; today’s price $2.25 a. yard.
40-inch serges, poplins, etc.; last, year’s
price $3.00; today’s price $1.45.
. Children’s ribbed stockings in, black, and
brown, ail sizes; last year’s price 6» cents a
pairpyou.huy them now 3 pah's for $1.00.
Children’s ribbed stockings, all sizes,
.b'kck only; 25c a pair, 6 pairs for $1.35. .
One lot'of children’s, stockings, all sizes,
black only; 10 cents a pair.
6ne lot of silk socks foi' men, formerly
sold at $1.00 to $1.50 a pair; we offer these,
at only 50: cents a pair.
AH’gtiiftfnhf ; f6otdtear must be closed out.
Men’s French’ oxfords, formerly, sold at
$15; we offer these at only $6.00 a pair.
All other ■ low-cut footwear greatly re
duced in price. ,
Men’s, Women’s; and children’s high-cut
shoes, brought over from, last season, we.
offer,at ONEJIALF former'prices.
Men’s work shoes (and we : have all
[kind's 1 )' are priced way under value.
Brought over from last season, and sold
from $26.00 to $100.00; to close out we of
fer them at $7.60, $10.00, $12.50, $15, $20.
Excellent qualities; values up to $85.00;
select yours now; the prices axe $7.50, $10,
$12.50, $15. .
All we have left; most of them bought
this season; values up to $85.00; we offeij'
them at $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $15.00. ,
Just a few of these left, and they must
go, so we have priced them way dqwn.
If you are-going to itf@id a”codt now is
the time to get it. We have S, few left.from
last season that we offer ah a fraction of
their former price. 1
MIDDY BLOUSES x
Nothing better for the school girl than
middy blousfes. We offer Paul Jones and
other celebrated makes at less than haif
CHILDREN’S GINGHAM DRESSES
These sold formerly as high as $10.00.
What we have left must go; we have priced
them from 50 cents to $2.00 each.
Just a very few left; these are excellent
values;.some of them sold as high as $16.50.
We have priced them at $2 and $3 each...
The’ former prices on these were from
$3:00 to $10.00. They must go; while they
last we price them at 75c and $1.50 each.
Staple Dry Goods
Romper cloth for children’s suits and
price 25 cents a yard.
36-inch percale, beautiful patterns;
price 15 cents a yard.
Eden cloth for night dresses and chil
dren’s wear; price 26 cents a yard.
Extra quality 9-4 unbleached sheeting;
price 40 cents a yard.
Extra quality' 10-4 bleached sheeting;
price 45 cents a yard.
Mercerized cheviots for shirts and chil
dren’s dresses; 28 inches wide; price, 18
cents a yard.
Fruit-of-the-loom" yard-wide bleaching;
19 cents a yard. 1 ;
Good quality yar'd-wide sheeting; price
8 cents ,a yard.
Peppeffell' sheets, ' size 81x90; price
$1.39 each. ...
Extra quality table damask, 2 yards
wide ; price 75 cents a yard.
Amoskeag A..C..A. feather ticking;
.price 25 cents a yard.
Red Seal dress ginghams; price. 20 cents
J. & P. Coats’ 150-yd. spool cotton; 5
cents a spool.
27-ineh Red Star diaper cloth (10-yai'd
bolts); price $1.75 a bolt.
Best quality cotton, plaids; price 10
cents a yard. ’
- - Just the kind the small boy needs—and
they’ll wash. Lay in a good supply ; the
prices are much less than wholesale cost.
A few strawhats.still left—mostly small
sizes. , ,
We offer any stiff-brim straw hat.for $1.50.
Any Panama or Leghorn straw hat for $3.50
Stetson and Knox wctol hats for $5.00 each.
Just a few Palm Beach and mohair suits
left. These we offer at $8.50 and $10 each.
A few wool suits brought over from last
season at a fraction of former prices.
We have, decided to handle blankets
again, and have just received some wonder
ful values in white blankets with colored
borders, and, fancy plaid blankets. You
want to see them; the prices are about half
what they were a year ago.
Other Items of Interest
Palmolive toilet soap; 3 cakqs for 25c.
E. & W. stiff collars; 20 cents each.; '
Ladies’ initial handkercheifs,, 6 in a box>
worth $1.25; price 30,cents a box.
Men’s heavy overalls and-coats to match,
worth $1.50;; price $1.00 each.',,
Special value English longcloth (10-
yard bolts); price $1.75 bolt.
Special values in Turkish towels, heavy
quality; price 25 and 39 cents each.
New lot of the celebrated Cheney Bros.’
neckwear for men; priced from 50 cents to
Lddies’ flanhelette night, gowns, excel
lent-quality; last year’s price $3.00; today
$1.25 each. ■
Yard-wide pajama checks, best quality;
price 20 cents a yard.
Lyklinen, a beautiful white fabric in
stripes and checks; price 29 cents a yard.
Curtain madras, pretty designs; last
year’s price $1.00; today 49 cents a yard.
Sunfast draperies; sold a year ago at
$1.50; price 75 cents a yard.
All voiles, wash fabrics and other summer materials must not be carried over, so we have priced them WAY DOWN
for iquick clearance. We can always save ; you money on your purchases.
P. F. Cuttino & Co.