Btrald and fldwrti«r.
“The Herald and Advertiser” office is upstairs
over the Newnan Banking Co. ’Phono 0.
The Fanner’s Wife
ts very careful about her churn. She
scalds it thoroughly after using, and gives
It a sun bath to sweeten it. She knows
that if her churn is sour it will taint the
butter that is made In it. The stomach is
a churn. In the stomach and dlgestivo
and nutritive tracts are performed pro
cesses which are almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Is it not apparent
then that if this stomach-churn is foul it
makes foul all which is put into it?
The evil of a foul stomach is not alono
the bad taste in the mouth and the foul
breath caused by it, but the corruption of
the pure current of blood and the dissem
ination of disease throughout the body.
IIr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul stomach sweet.
It does for the stomach what the washing
and sun bath do for thechurn—absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting ele
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pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors or diseases arising from bad blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul tnsto in
your mouth, coated tonguo, foul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress in stom
ach, constipated or irregular bowels, sour
or bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider
able number of them, indicate that you are
suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy
liver with the usual accompanying indi
gestion, or dyspepsia and their attendant
— .bis is absolutely truo
will be readily proven to your satisfaction
if you will but mail a postal card request
to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for a
free copy of his booklet of extracts from
the standard medical authorities, giving
the names of all the ingredients entering
into his world-famed medicines and show
ing what the most eminent medical men
of the age say of them.
Write or call
has for its basis PERFECT HEALTH.
The clear brain, the healthy stomach, the
bodily organs i-:t, rcising in harmony, arc
t..e first essentials of a Simple Life—
A LIFE C" PEACE AND SATISFACTION.
No one can knov/ the pure delight of
ilmple living whose nervous ^stem is
I rpt in a state of tension by Constipa-
t on, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness
t r.d other diseases due to inaction of the
The Simple Way to seek the Simple
Life i> to seek the remedy for these con-
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It has made life brighter and happiness
and peace possible when all was dark
r n-J distressed. It reaches the centers of
li‘e and purifies them. It encourages the
liver, s'.onv ch and bowels to a freer and
more natural activity.
It is the Simple Way to a Simple Life
cf Health, Peace, Contentment.
Many per tons a test this fact who have
t al.zed its truth L j actual experier.ee.
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ClojLDsbi and beautifiea the half,
Prumotei a luxuriant growth.
Never Fails to Restore Gray
Hair to Its Youthful Color.
All kinds of job work done
with neatness and dispatch
at this office.
Resolutions of Respect.
On Saturday morning. Dee. 5, 190?,
our All-wise Father in heaven sent his
messenger, the white-winged Angel of
Death, unto Bro. R. A. North’s home
an quietly bore his precious soul to
^ Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly
Father to remove Bro. North from our
midst by the hand of death. Though we
feel that our church has lost a dutiful
and faithful member, yet we bow in
humble submission to the will of Him
"who doeth all things well.” Bro.
North joined Ebenezer Baptist church
by experience Aug. 8, 1847. Moved
his letter to Mt. Lebenon church Aug.
1, 1875, and was ordained a deacon by
Rev. John G. Fry and Rev. F. M.
Daniel on Nov. 10, 1S66. Feeling his
great responsibility as a member, he
performed his duties faithfully and
earnestly. Indeed, in the coming and
going years of his noble and useful life
his one great aim was to make those
with whom he came in contact happy.
Often during the months of physical af
fliction has the writer’s mind been
made to contemplate the power in so
noble a life teaching the lesson of true
submissiveness to the will of our Heav
enly Father; and how often his words
helped others in the discharge of the
duties of life, and how many burdened
lives have been cheered and helped by
his. Bro. North was twice married—
first to Martha McKoy, Dec. 2, 1845,
and in after years to Kittie Watts, Dec.
1, 1876. Therefore, we, as members of
the church, extend to the bereaved
family our deepest sympathy, and com
mend them to God, who alone can com
fort their broken hearts, teaching
them to say—
“I’ll lay my grief on JesuB,
My burden and my cares;—
He from them all releases—
He all my sorrow shares.”
Therefore, be it resolved—
1. That we bow in humble submission
to the will of Him "who doeth all
2. That through his devotion to Got!
he was a faithful member of Mt. Leba
non Baptist church, and thereby won
the trust and affections of all the mem
bers, and that we shall sadly miss him
from amongst us.
3. That a copy of these resolutions
be sent The Herald and Advertiser and
Newnan News for publication, and also
a copy to the family.
Mrs. T. A. Bridges,
Mrs. R. A. Ingram,
J. S. Benton,
John L. Bean, child of Alexander
Bean and Mahala Allen, was born June
4, 1S43. He married Lizzie Braswell
Jan. 7, 1867. Four girls came to bless
their home, and then the mother died.
On Nov. 22. 1883, he married Malissie
Hughen. Of this union three children
survive their father. He was a mem
ber of the Lutherville M. E. Church,
South. Unless hindered by sickness he
was always in his place at preaching,
whether Saturday or Sunday, busy time
or resting time. In his home he loved
to read the bible and to pray. He al
ways took part in the communion ser
vice. Long before joining the church
he gave of his money to every form of
church work, and so lived that most
who knew him thought him a church
member years before he actually was.
He tried to persuade his neighbors to
be religious. His home was a resting,
restful place for all preachers of the
gospel. He wa3 quiet in speech, kind
in manner, pleasant everywhere. On
Nov. 11, 1908, near Lutherville, Ga.,
after many weeks of feeble health, he
quietly breathed his last. The next af
ternoon his pastor preached his funera]
in the Primitive Baptist church, (the
Methodist church was being remodel
ed,) to a great host of friends and rel
atives. All his children—Mrs. Lillie
Spradling of Alabama, Mrs. Daisy Wil
son, Mrs. Rosa Nall, Mrs. Jennie
Camp, Cleveland, Ethel and Lizzie, all
of Coweta county, were with him in
his last hours. After the sermon we
looked again on his dear face, then gen
tly laid him to rest hard by the church
of his love. A husband faithful and
gentle, a father kind and devoted, a
neighbor helpful and considerate, a
friend true and steadfast, a Christian
humble and devout, after the toils, suf
ferings and sorrows of earth he sleeps
in Christ. God grant that all who knew
and loved him here may gather with
him in the heaven where we part no
more forever. And may the God of all
comfort be very near his bereaved wife
and children. B. ;
Our brother, Jim Spier, who died
just before the recent holidays, was 23
years of age. He had been a member
of the Baptist church at Moreland for
six years. After arriving at man’s es
tate he worked away from home most
of the time, but returned a few weeks
before he died, to be a light in the dear
old home. IIs chief delight was to
make music on the organ. How well
we remember Uie last time he played
"Gathering Home” in the twilight one
evening. He then went to sit up with
his sick grandmother, when the illne: s
seized him which finally terminated in
An only son, an only brother, we all
loved him so much ! But help us to say,
"The Lord gave, the Lord taketh away;
blessed be the name of the Lord.” One
by one we’ll all be gathered home by
and by. Sister Dora.
"How do you know your husband is
not a good poker player?”
"Because,” answered Mrs. Torkins,
“no good poker player could be as pop
ular as he is with the other poker play-
Tke Holt & Cates Co. Offer to Cure
Catarrh. The Medicine Costs
Nothing if They Fail.
When n medicine effects a cure in 98
per cent, of cases, and when we offer
that medicine on our own personal
guarantee that it will cost the user
nothing if it does not cure Catarrh, it is
only reasonable that people should be
lieve us, or at least put our claim to a
practical test when we take all the risk.
These are facts which we want the
people of Newnan to substantiate. We
want them to try Rexall Mucu-Tone, a
medicine prepared from a prescription
of a physician whose specialty whs
Catarrh, and who has a record of thir
ty years of cures to his credit.
We sell more bottles and receive more
good reports about Kexall Mucu-Tone
than we do of all other catarrh reme
dies sold in our store, and if more peo
ple only knew what a thoroughly de
pendable remedy Rexall Mucu-Tone is,
it would be the only catarrh medicine
we would have any demand for.
Rexall Mucu-Tone is quickly ab
sorbed and carried by the blood until it
thoroughly disinfects and cleanses the
entire mucous membranous tract, de
stroys and removes the parasites which
injure and destroy the membranous
tissues, soothes and heals the irritation
and soreness, stops the mucous dis
charge, and builds up strong, healthy
tissue, relieves the blood and system of
diseased matter, stimulates the muco-
cells, aids digestion and improves nu
trition until the whole body vibrates
with healthy activity. In a compara
tively short time there is a most notice
able gain in weight, strength, good
color and feeling of bouyancy.
We urge you to try Mucu-Tone, be
ginning a treatment to-day. At any
time you are not satisfied, simply come
and tell us, and we will quickly return
your money without question or quib
ble. We have Rexall Mucu-Tone in
two sizes, 50c. and $1. Holt & Cates
Co., Newnan, Ga.
The householder smothered his wrath
and descended to the basement,
“Are you the plumber?” he asked.of
the grimy looking individual who was
tinkering with the pipes in the cellar.
“Yes, guv’nor,” answered the man.
“Been long in the trade?”
“ ’Bout a year, guv’nor.”
“Ever make mistakes?”
“ ’Bless yer, no, guv’nor!”
“Oh, then, I suppose it’s al! right!
I imagined you had connected up the
wrong pipes, for the chandelier in the
drawing room is spraying like a foun
tain. and the bath-room tap’s on fire!”
“What’s the difference between cap
ital and labor?”
“Well, one owns the works and the
other works the owner.”
stimulate the TORPID LIVE I
strengthen the digestive organ
regulate the bowels, ami are ir
equaled as an
In malarial districts tlu.ii- virtues n
widely recognized, as they poss..
peculiar properties in freeing 1
system from that poison. Elegant
Take No Substitute. —
and CURE the LUNGS
with Dr. King’s
FOR C§S!gs HS T-ftSk
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REFUNDED.
A RECORD OF NINE
Tested Year After Year With
Most Successful Results.
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—r< 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 are 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 percent.
We appreciate the patronage given us by our friends in the past, and ask
a continuance of the same. We guarantee fair treatment and as reasonable
terms as can be offered by any dealer in Georgia.
ANDERSON & BOWERS,
AGENTS COWETA FERTILIZER CO.,
DR. M. S. ARCHER,
All eallH promptly filled, day or night. Diseases
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 piven to surxery and diseases
of women. Office 19L* Spring street. ’Phone 230
K. W. STARR,
All kinds of dental work. Patronage of the pub
lic solicited. Office over Newnan Banking Co.
By virtue of the authority vested in us, 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, < la., within the loyal hours of sale, on
the first Tuesday in March next, the following
One-fourth undivided interest in 101H acres,
more or less, of lot of land No. , in the dis
trict of Coweta county, except that part of said
tract set apart to Lebanon church and cemetery,
amounting to five acres, said tract of land 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 ('.
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 Ichs,
bounded on the north and east by lands of
Scudder. on the south by lands of W. T. Jones,
and on the west 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 sold 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. UX*K Prs. fee, $8.34.
W. J. MURPHEY.
C. S. KEID,
Executors of the will of Margaret Latimer, de
ceased, late of Coweta county.
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SHOE REPAIRS AND TAILORING
The best Tailor Shop in town is run by
Mrs. Mollie Pitman. In the same con
nection I have a Lrst-class Shoe Shop.
All work don*>n short notice.
G. C. PITMAN.
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO.
Orlflm 11 :10a. m. 7:17 P.m.
Chattanooga 1:40 p. M.
Cedartown, ex. Hun 6:39 A. M.
Cedartown, Bun.on]y7 :Z7 A. u.
Columhue 9:06 a.m. 6:36 p.m.
Griffin 1:40 f. m.
Urifftn, ex. Sunday B:39a. m.
(Irlftii, Sunday only 7 :Z7 A. M.
Chattanooga 11:10 A. a*.
Columbus 7:40 A.M. 6:16 V. M .