fieraid and Hdomiser.
“The Herald and Advertiser”
over the Newnan Banking Co.
I)o You Open Your Mouth
Ltko n young bird and gulp down what
ever food or medicine may bo offered you ?
Or, do you wunt to know something of the
composition und character of that which
you take into your stomach whether as'
food or medicine ?
Most intelligent and sensible people
now-a-days insist on knowing what they;
employ whether as food or as medicine.;
Dr. fierce believes they have a perfect
right to Insist upon such knowledge. So ho
publishes,''fesajulcast and on each bottle-
wrapper, whatjR'medjcincs are made of
•v>HLiiies.itTurnTPr-oaxIti This lie feels
he can wMUTlTord to do because the more
the Ingredients of which Ills medicines
are made are studied and understood t.lie
more will their"superior curative virtues
For the cure of woman’s peculiar weak
nesses, irregularities and derangements,
giving rise to frequent headaches, back
ache, dragging-down pain or distress in
lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom
panied, ofttimes, with a debilitating,
pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindred symp
toms of weakness, Dr, Pierce’s Favorite
Prescription is a most efficient remedy.
It is equally effective in curing painful
periods, in giving strength to nursing
mothers and In preparing the system of
the expectant mother for baby’s coming,
thus rendering childbirth safe and com
paratively painless. The "Favorite Pre
scription” is a most potent, strengthening
tonic to the general system and to the
organs distinctly feminine in particular.
It is also " Ttothing and invigorating
nervine ana cures nervous exhaustion,
nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria,
spasms, chorea or St. Vitus's dance, and
other distressing nervous symptoms at
tendant upon functional and organic dis
eases of the distinctly feminine organs.
A host of medical authorities of all the
several schools of practice, recommend
each of the several ingredients of which
"Favorite Prescription” is made for the
cure of the diseases for which it is claimed
to be a cure. You mav read what they
say for yourself by sending a postal card
request for a free, booklet of extracts
from the leading authorities, to Dr. R. V.
Pierce. Invalids’ Hotel and Surgical In
stitute. Buffalo. N. Y., and it will come to
you by return post.
C0W7UN5 8% ALCOHOL
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Champ Clark’s Kid Won.
Owing to the rapid changes in the
weather there was an early and flour
ishing crop of colds this season, and as
coughs and colds and sneezes were
heard and handkerchiefs came often
into play, Champ Clark dropped into
a story-telling mood.
He is an old newspaper man, and al
ways manifests a keen interest in the
newsboys, and anything that concerns
them makes a lasting impression on
his memory. He is very proud of their
keen wit and believes that the Ameri
can newsboy has no equal in repartee
3 On the particular morning of the sto
ry—in chilly, frosty January—he was
waiting on a New York dock landing,
while his friend, just over from Eng
land, saw to the collection of his lug
gage. The Congressman thought it a
good opportunity to dilate on his favor
ite theme. The Britisher rather re
sented his boasting, and said that to
his mind a London newsboy was with
out an equal.
‘‘He is always ready with a retort,
doncher know, that is us good as the la
test in Punch. The London newsboys
are keen students of human nature—
not a detail in a man’s appearance is
unnoted by them,” the Englishman
said somewhat warmly.
Champ turned his quid to the other
side. “ You just try one of these New
York kids,” he said.
A lad approached to sell a paper and
the Londoner promptly opened fire,
while the boy took an inventory of his
‘‘Now, my boy,” said the English
man, ‘‘can you tell me the time by your
nose this morning?”
The boy gleamed up at the English
man’s aristocratic features and smil
ing sarcastically replied:
“Ask your own nose, sir; mine ain’t
The Londoner, somewhat confused,
took out his handkerchief, and nothing
more was said on the subject of news
boys. Champ retired with the gleam
of victory in his eye.
Barking Up the Wrong Tree.
There is a certain member of the
Duquesne Club who heartily detests to
be approached by a stranger. Recently
he had occasion to take a Centre ave
nue car and found a seat in close prox
imity to one of those lanky, sad-faced
men who seem to he unable to resist
talking to their fellow-passengers. The
ciub member had opened his paper and
was making himself as comfortable
as possible in the cold car, when his
neighbor opened up.
“Say,” queried the lanky one, “will
you allow your son to smoke stogies
when he grows up?”
“Really, I never have given the ques
tion a moment’s thought,” was the re
The other gasped.
“And,” he continued in a faint voice,
“will you allow him to drink liquor?”
Once more the club member an
nounced that he had not thought of the
“Terrible, terrible,” gasped the
lanky individual, *tto think that such
persons as you are allowed to exist.”
Then the club member became real
“Look here, my kind friend.” he an
nounced. “No doubt you mean well,
but just let me tell you that I have
been a confirmed bachelor for the last
The lanky individual subsided. He
had something to think about.
DO IT NOW.
Newnan People Should Not Wait
Until it is Too Late.
The appalling death-rate from kid
ney disease is due in most cases to the
fact that the little kidney troubles are
usually neglected until they become se
rious. The slight symptoms give place
to chronic disorders and the sufferer
goes gradually into the grasp of dia
betes. dropsy, Bright's Disease, gravel
or some other serious form of kidney
If you suffer from backache, head
ache, dizzy spells; if the kidney secre
tions are irregular of passage and un
natural in appearance, do not delay.
Help the kidneys at once.
Doan’s Kidney Pills arc especially for
kidney disorders—they cure where
others fail. Over one hundred thou
sand people have recommended them.
Here is a case at home:
F. VV. Brown, machinist, 18 Thomp
son street, Newnan, Ga., says: “Some
months ago I was troubled a great deal
by pains in the small of my hack. Pro
curing a box of Doan’s Kidney Pills at
Lee Bros. ’ drug store, 1 used them ac
cording to directions and was relieved
in a few days. I have been in good
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan’s—and
take no other.
He had just taken her measure for a
new solitaire, when, after the manner
of her sex, she began to work the in
“George, dear,” she began, ‘‘am I
the only girl—”
“Now, look here, Grace,” he inter
rupted, “don’t ask me if you are the
only girl I ever loved. You know as
well as I do—”
“Oh, that wasn’t the question at all,
George,” she said. “I was going to ask
if I was the only girl that would have
Many Women Praise This Remedy.
If you have pains in the hack, Uri
nary, Bladder or Kidney trouble, and
want a certain, pleasant herb cure for
woman’s ills, try Morther Gray’s AuS'
tralian-Leaf. It is a safe and never
failing regulator. At druggists or by
mail 50c. Sample package FREE. Ad
dress, The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy,
Henry—“Why do Jews have such big
Harry—“Because it takes a large air
passage to supply them with wind
while selling to customers, I suppose.”
Tli.'a is an exact representation of li e
' cart u containing a b ttle of S . .In-1
all’s Liquid Liver Kcvulfttor, I ui i' is (
much larger than this illustration, n:ul .
v printed in black inkc.uayi 1] ,\ve.r-"it.
? D:n wrist* an<l general mere I antes 'Ii i' <*
0 at 50 cents a bottle, or you can get i> dc
0 rect from in at the sane price. Tills is r,
y a delightful liver m diciue—prompt, lit
’t effective, and exceedingly pleasant to ’>
tlie taste. Try Just one bottle to satisfy V
v yourself—and you’ll buy more. <j?
i> GlBSTLS ROICIKE CO, C
0 Chattanroga, Tormassao. (
“What made you
“That is what I have been trying
find out ever since I married.”
am OLD ADAGE
‘‘A light purse is a heavy curse'
Sickness makes a light purse.
The LIVER is the scat of nit:
tenths of ail disease.
Cleanse* and be&utitica the hilt.
Promote* a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Restore Gray
Hair to Its Youthful Color.
Cure* *calp disease* & hair falling.
50c, and $1.00 at Drupgirtg
All kinds of job work done
with neatness and dispatch
at this office.
Bad Effects of Worrying.
New York American.
“Worrying is a business in itself and
occupies the mind to the exclusion of
business of n profitable sort.” said a fa
mous New York specialist in nervous
diseases. “Along with worry goes pes
simism, discouragement, down-hearted
ness, lack of ambition. No man, how
ever energetic, can worry much or long
without losing his energy.
“Worry, after causing a man’s men
tal callapse, will spoil his physical
health, and the days of a man with
mental and physical health gone are
numbered. If you are worrying over
conditions that cannot be altered you
are wasting time.
“If you are worrying over conditions
that can be altered you are also wast
ing time ; get busy and alter them. You
think you need change; you can get it
without a trip to some distant country.
“Change your habits of occupation.
Take up some form of light reading
in the evenings. Get interested in
some fad or other that will give you a
chance to get out of the rut, and be
come enthusiastic about something be
sides making money or losing it. No
man can think constantly about his
business without coming to brood over
it and worry. Your mind must have
rest and recreation. It needs it just
as much as your body does.”
True Womanly Beauty.
No woman can be truly beautiful who
has a yellow complexion caused by a
torpid liver. To he beautiful a wo
man must have good health, and this
can be accomplished by occasionally
using St. Joseph’s Liver Regulator
(either liquid or powders, as you like
best.) It keeps the bowels open, pass
ing off the poisonous, effete matter,
and in this way purifies the blood and
assists in clearing the complexion. All
women should occasionally use St. Jo
seph’s Liver Regulator. Liquid, 50
cents a bottle; powders, 25 cents a
go to the root of the whole mat
ter, thoroughly, quickly safeij
and restore the action of the
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system and
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute.
AND CURE the LUNGS!
with Dr. King’s
FOR Colcs 18
| AMD ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
[OR MONEY REFUNDED.
DR. M. S. ARCHER,
All calls promptly filled, day or night. DiseaseH
of children a specialty.
DR. F. I. WELCH,
Office No. 9 Temple avenue, opposite public
school building. ’Phone 234.
DR. T. B. DAVIS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office—Sanatorium building. Office’phone 5 1
call; residence 'phone 5—2 calls.
W. A. TURNER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to surgery and diseases
of women. Office 19 1 :* Spring street. ’Phone 280
K. W. STARR,
All kinds of dental work. Patronage of the pub
lic solicited. Office over Newnan Banking Co.
It. W. Freeman, Judge; J. Render Terrell, So
Meriwether—Third Mondays in February and
Coweta—First Mondays in March andSeptem
Heard—Third Mondays in March and Septem
Carroll—First Mondays in April and October
Troup—First Mandays in May and November.
CITY COURT OF NEWNAN.
A. D. Freeman, Judge; W. L. Stallings, Solic
Quarterly term meets third Mondays in Janu
ary, April, July and October.
BA N KRUPTCY COURT.
R. O. Jones, Newnan, Oa., Referee in Bank
ruptcy for counties of Coweta, Troup, Heard,
Meriwether, Carroll, Douglas and Haralson.
U. B. COMMISSIONER'S COURT.
W, B. W. Dent, Newnan, Ga., Commissioner
A RECORD OF NINE
Tested Year After Year With
Most Successful Resutts.
The Farmers of Coweta and Adjoining Counties Are So Well Ac
quainted With the Old Reliable Brands of
Guano Made By the
Coweta Fertilizer Co.
That no introduction or commendation is needed at our hands. We merely
wish to call attention to the fact that we are again handling these goods, and
that we have no hesitancy in offering them upon their merits in competition with
any grade or brand of fertilizer manufactured in the United States. Repeated
tests during the past nineteen years, under all conditions, have demonstrated
their superiority as a soil stimulant, and their unquestioned efficacy as a plant
food. We furnish the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY.
This season we are offering the following well-known brands, viz :
“Pope Brown’s Special Formula for Cotton” 9. 2. 3,
Regarded by many as the best Cotton Grower on the market.
Sea Bird Special Fertilizer. 10. 3. 3.
Extra high-grade. More plant food, at less cost.
W. O. C., a Pure Blood Guano 10. 2. 2.
Always gives satisfaction.
Coweta High-Grade Fertilizer 10.2.2.
Never known to fail. Good for all crops.
Aurora Ammoniated Phospho 9. 2. 1.
A Pure Cotton Seed Meal Compound—rt liable, tried, and never found wanting.
A. A. P., (Acid Phosphate, with Ammonia and Potash) ... 10. 1. 1.
Good where you do not need much Ammonia and Potash.
Our Brands of Dissolved Bone and Potash arc as follows :
Sea Bird Dissolved Bone and Potash 15 & 3.
Coweta Dissolved Bone and Potash 13 & 4.
Coweta Dissolved Bone and Potash 10 & 4.
Coweta Dissolved Bone and Potash 8 & 4.
Coweta Dissolved Bone and Potash 12 & 2.
Coweta Dissolved Bone and Potash 10 & 2.
Pure Acid Phosphates- -
Coweta High-Grade Acid Phosphate 14 per cent.
Coweta Standard Acid Phosphate .12 per cent.
We appreciate the patronage given us by our friends in the past, and ask
a continuance of the same. Wo guarantee fair treatment and as reasonable
terms as can be offered by any dealer in Georgia.
ANDERSON & BOWERS,
AGENTS COWETA FERTILIZER CO.,
By virtue of the authority vested in uh, as exec
utors, by the will of Margaret Latimer, deceased,
there will be sold to the highest bidder, for cash,
before the court-house door of said county, at
Newnan, Oa., within the legal hours of Hale, on
the first Tuesday in March next, the following
property, to-wit :
One-fourth undivided Interest in 10H4 acres,
more or leas, of lot of land No. , In the dis
trict of Coweta county, except that p*Wt of uuid
tract net apart to Lebanon church and cemetery,
amounting to five acres, eakl tract of Und bounded
on the south by lands of Berry Murphy and lands
of Arthur Hutcheson estate, on the east by lands
of G. L. Warren, on the north by lands of Arthur
Hutcheson estate, and on the west by lands of C.
W. Carter and lands of Arthur Hutcheson estate.
Also, one undivided one-fourth interest in part of
land lot No. in the Fourth district of Carroll
county, being seventy-five acres, more or less,
bounded on the north and east by lands of
Scudder. on the south by lands of W. T. Jones,
and on the v/est by lands of Richard Springer, it
being that part of said lot that lies southwest of
the creek that runs through the same.
To be wild as the property of said Margaret Lat
imer, deceased, for the purpose of making distri
bution amongst the legatees of said deceased.
This Feb. 2,1909. Prs. zee. 8.84.
W. J. MURI’HEY,
C. S. REID.
Executors of the will of Margaret Latimer, de
ceased, late of Coweta county.
Give us a trial order on job
BITTERS and kidneys.