fierald and Advertiser.
NEWNAN, FRIDAY, FEB. 20.
Official Organ of Coweta County.
Jar. E. Brown, Tiiom. 8. Parrott.
B U OWN & PA U R O T T .
KDITORH AND PlJBI.lHHBRH.
THE GEO. IiELL CASE.
About three years ago Hon. Geo. II.
Bell, ex-Representative from Emanuel
county and one-time editor of a news
paper published ai Swainsboro, was
adjudged a lunatic and committed to
the State Sanitarium at Milledgeville.
Within recent months he has succeeded
in getting published in half a dozen or
more newspapers of the State a most
gruesome account of the manner in
which he had been doped and drugged
by his own father, (a reputable physi
cian of Emanuel county and a man of
the highest standing in his community,)
and then “railroaded” to the asylum,
etc. He claimed that he was illegally
committed to the asylum, and had since
been unlawfully detained as an inmate
of the institution. He denied that lie
was insane at the time of his commit
ment, and insists that he is not now
insane. Incidentally he charged that
he had been subjected to brutal and
inhuman treatment at the hands of the
asylum officials, designating the insti
tution as a “hell-hole,” a "place of
living torment,” etc., and pleaded for
a rehearing of his case before a'compu-
tent and uphiased tribunal, expressing
confidence that, if given an opportuni
ty. he would have no difficulty in es
tablishing to ttie satisfaction of a jury
that he is not a/it subject for the asy
Bell’s published appeal finally caught
the attention of a citizen of Macon who
had formerly served with him in the
Legislature, and also enlisted the in
terest and sympathy of an Indiana wo
man whom Roll had befriended some
years previous to his unfortunate
breakdown. The Macon man and the
Indiana woman employed a lawyer of j
Macon named McNeil and instituted
the canvass for subscriptions. The
amount required of us should have been
raised long ago, considering the rela
tively greater importance of the line
to Newnan as a manufacturing center
and distributing point. The small
balance needed to close the subscrip
tion list at this end of the line should
he easily made up in an hour’s time, if
our citizens will take hold in earnest
and go to work. It is not fair that the
entire burden should fall upon a few
men, simply because they have shown
a willingness to push forward in the
matter. These gentlemen have no
more interest at stake than have hun
dreds of other citizens and property-
owners, and their time is just as val
uable, yet they have given liberally
and unselfishly both of their time and
money, in order that Newnan as
a community may he prospered and
benefited. We should like to see a
more generous manifestation of that
spirit of co-operation which is so neces
sary to a city’s growth and prosperity.
All should share alike in the work as
well as the benefits to be derived from
an undertaking of this character.
Now let us all get together and finish
without another day’s delay what has
been so bravely begun. It is no time
for trifling. Events are moving rapid
ly, and the opportunity now open to us
will not wait indefinitely.
Mold is a forest of beautiful trees,
with branches, leaves and fruit.
Those* voters who aro in favor of issuing said
bonds shall have printed upon their ballots “For
Bonds,” and those opposing the issuing of said
bonds shall have printed upon their ballots
"Against Bonds.” Feb. 15, 11109.
M. 0. KEITH, Mayor,
C. B. GLOVER, Alderman.
E. G. COLE, Alderman,
J. T. SWINT, Alderman,
W. S. ASKEW. Alderman.
H. C. ARNALL, JR., Alderman.
W. J. MURPHEY, Alderman.
1). W. BOONE, Alderman,
T. M. GOODRUM, Alderman.
E. 1). FoUSE, City Clerk.
City Registration Notice.
The registration books will he open
at the Council Chamber on March 6.
1 DUD. for tiic purpose of registering the
voters of the city of Newnan for an
election to be held on April 17, 1909, to
determine the question of issuing bonds
“to improve and enlarge the public
schools of Newnan,” as per ordinance
adopted by the City Council on Feb. 15,
1909. The registration will close April
7, 1909. E. D. FOUSE,
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors.
In thu OiHtrict Court of th« United States for the
Northern District of Georgia.
Jn the matter of Win, J, Hogan, Bankrupt;
, . | To the creditors of the above-named person, of
naueas corpus proceodlllRH to navi? mill Twin, in the county of Coweta anti district-
aforesaid, a bankrupt
Notice is hereby given that on the 19th day of
February. A. D., 1909, the Haiti person was duly
adjudicated bankrupt; and that the first meeting
«*f creditors will bo held at my ollico in Newnan.
Ga., on the 9th clay of March, A. !>.. 1909, tit 9
o’clock in tiie forenoon, at which time all the
creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint
a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact
such other business as may properly come before
Haiti meeting. R. O. JONES,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Newnan, (la., Feb. 20, 1000,
IF YOU’VE GOT
a little more money than you need
for every-day uses, that’s liable to
find its way to Wall Street some
time “tor goodness’ sake” in
vest i 7 cents of it in the March
KVKRYBODY’S and find out
how much chance you’ve got in
“ the big fallows’ game.”
Your i 7 cents will pay you back
in £ ^
For Salt.' l>y Holt & Catos Co., Lee Bros, and
rose Uruk Co., Ncnvimn, Go.
re-examined an to his sanity. The
trial was had before the Ordinary of
Baldwin county, and much evidence
was adduced pro and con., concluding
with a lengthy and dramatic recital
from Bell himself. After deliberating
upon the case the jury rendered a ver
dict declaring Bell to he of unsound
mind, and remanding him to the care
of the asylum.
Bell’s lawyer appealed the case to
the Superior Court, and a rehearing
was granted by Judge 11. G. Lewis, of
the Oconee circuit. The hearing was
had before Judge Lewis yesterday at
Greensboro, the main point at issue be
ing whether Bell had been legally
committed to the State Sanitarium, it
having been shown that lie was not
present in court when the commitment
proceedings were instituted which re
sulted in his incarceration three years
ago as an inmate of the asylum. The
question as to Bell’s present sanity
was not gone into at the hearing yes
terday, but Judge Lewis held that he
had been illegally committed by the
Ordinary of Emanuel county, and lie
was restored to his family, with the
understanding that if, at the expiration
of thirty days, lie shows no signs of
insanity, lie is to be given his liberty.
Ail friends of the unfortunate man—
and he lias many- -will rejoice if it
shall be demonstrated during the pe
riod of parole that lie has fully re
gained his mental poise, and will heart
ily congratulate him upon his recovery.
It is asking too much, though, to ex
pect the public to believe that Bel''
was not mentally unbalanced at the
time he was committed to the State
Sanitarium, however irregular the
commitment proceedings may have'GEORGIA Cowkta County
been. We do not doubt at. all that
Bell’s improved menial condition is
due to the intelligent treatment that
lie received during the three years that
he was a patient at ttie State Sanita
rium. That he was sane throughout
this period, as he has frequently and
fiercely affirmed, and still affirms, is
beyond belief. The officials in charge
of this noblest and greatest of all our
State institutions are physicians and ex
perts of acknowledged ability and in
tegrity, and that they would admit to
the institution or detain for treatment
a sane person i«. from any point of
view, preposterous. We have the ut
most confidence in the present admin
istration of the State Sanitarium, and
it is safe to say that this confidence is
shared by the entire public.
Petition to Amend Charter.
GEO R GIA—Co wet a County:
To tin* Superior Court of said county : The peti
tion of llufTaker Drug Company respectfully
shows - —
l. That your petitionin' is a corporation, hereto
fore incorporated anti chartered by said Court, and
by the order or judgment of 8aid Court of date
Felt. 12, 1907.
-• ^eur petitioner shows that it desires an
amendment to its said charter changing its corpo
ra to nume from HutTuker Drug Company to
JOHN R. CATES DRUG COMPANY.
Wherefore, petitioner prays that after the
publication of this petition, as required by law.
that the necessary order or judgment be granted
amending said charter as prayed for.
HUFF A K KR DRUG COMPANY.
By its President: John R. Cates.
W. C. Wriuht, Petitioner’s Attorney.
office this 21th dnv of February. 1909.
L. TURNER. Clerk S. C. C. C.
!• Lynch Turner, Clerk of the Superior Court of
said county, do hereby certify that the foregoing
application for amendment of charter of HutVaker
Drug Company is a true and correct copy of said
application or petition, as the same appears of tile
in my offlee.
\S ittu’-M my hand and tin* seal of said Court this
Fel). 24. 1909. L. Turner.
Clerk S. C. C. C.
Notice of City Bond Election.
CITY OF NEWNAN -Coweta County, Ga.:
Be it Ordained ry the’Mayor and Alder
men ok run City ok Newnan. That an election
shall be held in the city of Newnan on tho 17th day
of April, 19*9, at which election there shall be sub
mitted to the qualified voters of said city the
question whether bonds shall be issued by said
city for the purpose of improving ami enlarging
the Public Schools of said city, the amount of said
bonds to be SIXTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
The said bonds, when issued, shall bear date
July 1. 1909, and bear interest from their date at
the rate of f> percent, per annum, the interest to
he paid semi-annually on Jan. 1 and July 1 of each
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
To the Superior Court of said county : The peti
tion of H. P Wood roof, D. P. Woodroof and Mrs.
P. L. Woodroof. all of said State and county, re
1. That they desire for themselves, associates,
successors and assigns to be incorporated for the
term of t wenty years, with the privilege of re
newal at the end of that time, under the name and
WOODROOF SUPPLY COMPANY.
2. The object of said proposed corporation is pe
cuniary gain to its stockholders.
2. The principal oilicu and place of business of
said corporation will be in the city of Newnan,
Coweta county. Georgia; hut petitioners de.s
the right to establish such branch offices a....
places of business as they may from time to Lime
1. The amount of capital stock is to he FIVE
THOUSAND DOLLARS, divided into shares of
One Hundred Dollars each, with the right and
privilege of increasing* said capital stock, upon a
majority vote of the stock, from time to time, to
an amount not exceeding Five Thousand Dollars
in the aggregate.
5. All said capital stock of Five Thousand Dol
lars has been actually paid in.
«k The particular business proposed to be tr;i
ncte«l is to do a general mercantile business; to
buy and Hell all kinds of merchandise ami com
modities. farm supplies, tools, vehicles, live stock,
cotton, cotton seed, and any and all kinds of per
sonal properly, including stocks and bonds in oth
er corporations; to buy and sell land; to own and
operate store-houses and warehouses, for the pur
pose of carrying on its own business and for the
purpose of currying on the business of a ware
houseman; to act as agent, factor or broker in
buying anil selling all kinds of property for others;
to own and operate farms, or to lease Maine to oth
7. In addition to the rights and privileges con
ferred on corporations under the laws of Georgia
petitioners pray : (a) That said corporation may
at any time, upon a vote of the holders of two-
thirds of its capital stock, discontinue business,
cause its assets to be collected and sold, and after
paying the liabilities of the corporation, distribute
among its stockholders entitled to receive the pro
ceeds. (b) That said corporation may at any time,
upon the vote of the holders of two-thirds of its
capital stock, apply for and secure amendments to
its charter, whether the same be fundamental or
otherwise, (c) That said corporation may borrow
and lend money, and secure the same by mortgage,
pledge, deed of trust or otherwise, and receive
like security from others Indebted to it.
8. Petitioners pray that this corporation be in
vested with all the rights, privileges and immuni
ties incident to and granted to corporations under
the laws of Georgia, and especially those set out
in Section 18;»2 of the Civil Code of Georgia and
And your petitioners will ever pray, etc.
R. O. JONES, Petitioners’ Attorney.
Filed in office this Feb. 25, 1909.
L. Turner, Clerk S. C. C. C.
GEORGIA —Coweta County:
I. L. Turner, (dork of the Superior Court of said
county, do certify that the foregoing is a true
copy of (ho petition filed for charter of the Wood-
ROOK Supply Company, now of file in thip office.
Witness my hand and seal this 2.7th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1900. L. TURNER.
Clerk S. C. C. C.
WE MUST MAKE UP!
A gentleman from Franklin was
in the city yesterday, and said that
Heard county had raised the $40,000
required to set the Western of Georgia
railway, the last dollui having been n*-i: *kh
paid in Wednesday afternoon. The j
subscription list was thereupon closed, !
ami the money deposited in bank.
We understand that the
closed with n big jubilation in Franklin
Wednesday night, in which everybody
took part—young, old, little und big.
Newnan is not quite ready to celebrate
yet, but will be in a few days. She
ought to be ashamed of herself, though,
to allow Franklin to outstrip her in
The principal of s iivi ban Is shall mature and bo
paid as follows: $2,000 in 1912; $2,000 in 1914;
$2,000 in 19k*: $2,009 in 1918; $2,000 in 1920; $2,000
in 1922: $2,009 in 1921; $*.009 in 1926.
The interest to be paid annually shall In* ns fol
lows: $S(M) in 1910; $8lU in 1911; $SO0 in 101*2; $700 in *
1918; $700 in 1014; $600 in 1917; $900 in 1916; $500 in •
19IS; $4’X» in 1919; $400 in 1920; $000 in |
1922; $290 in 1923; $200 in 1924; $100 in
1925; $100 in 1926.
To meet the maturity of principal the following
amount - .-hall be raised each year as a sinking
fund: $1.'Vm in 1910; $1,000 in 1911; $1,000 in 1912;
campaign ' $1,000 in 1913; $1,000 in 1914; $1,000 in 1915; $1.0,>0
in 1916; $1,000 in 1917; $1,000 in 191$; $1,000 in 1919;
$10)00 in 1920; $1,000 in 1921; $1,000 in 1922; $1,000
in 1923; $1,000 in 1924: $1,000 in 1925.
Notice of said election shall be given by publish
ing this ordinance thirty days before the day on
which the election is to be held in The Herald and
Advertiser, the newspaper in saiJ city wherein
the Sheriff's advertisements for the county of
Coweta are published.
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
To the Superior Court of said county : The peti
tion of D. W. Boone, of said Coweta county, J.
W. Stripling, of the county of Fulton, said State,
and M. B. Mooney, of said Coweta county, re
spectfully shows —
1. That they desire for themselves, their asso
ciates. successors and assigns, to be incorporated
for the full term of twenty years, with the privi
lege of renewal at the expiration of said time, un
der the name and style of
2. The capital stock of said corporation shall be
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS, all of
which has already been paid in, and said capital
stock is to be divided into shares of One Hundred
Dollars each. Petitioners desire, however, the
right, by a majority vote of the stockholders of
said corporation, to increase its capital stock,
from time to time, to any amount not exceeding
One Hundred Thousand Dollars, and to issue
common stock, preferred stock, and bonds, as may
3. The object of said corporation shall be pecu
niary gain and profit to the stockholders thereof.
4. The business to be conducted by said corpora
tion shall be that of a general mercantile busi
ness. and the purchase and sale, either or Kith. at
retail and wholesale, of any and all kinds of mer
chandise, articles and commodities, and to buy and
sell, either or both, at wholesale and retail, any
and all kinds of personal property, and buy. hold
and sell real estate.
5. Your petitioners desire that said corporation
shall have the right to contract and he contracted
with; to sue and be sued; to have and use a corpo
rate seal; to make and adopt by-laws binding on
the members of said corporation, not inconsistent
with law: to buy, hold and sell any and all kinds
of real and personal property, including stocks
and bonds of other corporations; toexecute such
conveyances and acquittances, and receive and
hold such evidences of debt and securities, and to
do such other acts as may be necessary to carry
on the business of said corporation. Also, to en
cumber real and personal property; lend and bor
row money; issue and sell bonds, and secure same
by mortgage or deed of trust on any or all of its
assets, to secure any loan it may obtain, by mort
gage, deed, transfer or pledge of any of its assets,
both real and personal; and to have all the pow
ers, rights and privileges enumerated in Section
1852 of the Cede of Georgia of 1S95, as well as ail
other powers and privileges incident to corpora
tions of like character.
6. The principal office and place of business of
said corporation shall lx? in the city of Newnan, in
said county of Coweta and State of Georgia, but
petitioners desire the privilege of establishing
other offices and places of business at such place
or places in said State or elsewhere as they may
7. The affairs of said corporation shall be vested
in and managed by a board of directors, and duly
appointed or elected officers.
s - At the corporate meetings of shareholders
each shatoholdcr shall be entitled tons many votes
as he owns shares in said corporation appearing in
his name on the books of said corporation.
9. Petitioners desire that subscriptions to the
capital stock of said corporation may be paid in
money, property, or services, as may be deter
mined by the directors or stockholders of said cor
10. Wherefore, your petitioners pray that af
ter this petition has been filed and published in
accordance with law. that the Court grant the
proper and necessary order or judgment of incor
poration, and that this petition, together with said
order or judgment, be recorded as required by
law, and that petitioners be incorporated as
prayed for. W. C. WRIGHT,
Filed in office this Feb. 25, 1909.
L. Turner, Clerk S. C. C. C;
G EOR GIA —Co weta County:
1. L. Turner. Clerk of the Superior Court of said
county, do hereby certify that the foregoing ap
plication for charter in the matter of Poone-
Stki I’Ll no Company is a true and correct copy of
the original application or petition, as the same
appears of file in my office.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this
Feb. 25,1909. L. Turner.
Clerk S. C. C. C.
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
To the Honorable Philip Cook. Secretary of
Staic The petition of John W. Daniel. Hope II.
l.ar.e. Ben H. Tompkins. K. B. Mooty. R. M. Lip-
ford. J. W. Ray. Robert G. Crain, James R. Dan
iel. w. D. Taylor. W. T. Good son. A. W. Powers.
Franks. Loftin. P. T. McCutchen. Roe Hearn G
A Adams and D. B. Whitaker, of Franklin. Heard
county. Ga.. W. D. Ridley and L. F. Davis, of Rid
ley. Heard county. Ga.. W. A. Brar.non. of More
land, Coweta county, Ga.. and B. T. Thompson, I.
N. Orr. sr.. Charles C. Parrott, H. C. Arnall, sr..
I. P- Bradley, J. J. Keith and W. C. Wright, of
Newnan. Coweta county. Ga.. respectfully shows—
That they desire to form a corporation to be
known us the
WESTERN OF GEORGIA RAILWAY,
for the purpose of constructing, equipping, oper
ating and maintaining a railroad, and to operate
the same by steam or electricity. The length of
said road to be about sixty miles: the general di
rection of said road to be easterly and westerly,
and to run through the counties of Fayette. Cowl
eta and Heard, in said State, and to extend from a
point of connection with the Atlanta. Birming
ham and Atlantic railroad at or near Aberdeen, in
said Fayette county, westwardly to ard through
the city of Newnan. in said Coweta county, and
still westwardly from said city to the city of
Franklin, in said Heard county, and from said
city of Franklin in a westerly or northwesterly
direction to the State line between the States of
Georgia and Alabama, and the above designated
points being the principal places from w’hich and
to which said road is to be constructed.
The amount of the proposed capital stock to be
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, all
of which Is to be common stock, anil divided into
shares of One Hundred Dollars each. The time
for which petitioners desire to be thus incorpora
ted is one hundred and one years, wdth the privi
lege of renewal at the expiration of said time; the
principal office to he located in said city of New
nan. Petitioners do intend in good faith to go for
ward without, delay to secure subscriptions to the
capital stock, to construct, equip, maintain and I
operate said railroad; and the petitioners request
to Ik? incorporated under the laws of said State.
They show they have given four weeks’ notice of
their intention to apply for said charter by the
publication of this petition in each of the newspa
pers in which the Sheriff’s advertisements are
published in each of the counties through which
said proposed road will probably run, once a week
for four weeks before the filing of this petition—
na!d newspapers being the Fayetteville News,
published in Fayetteville, in said Fayette county;
The Herald and Advertiser, published in said city
of Newnan, Coweta county; and The News anil
Banner, published in the said city of Franklin,
Wherefore, petitioners pray that they be duly
incorporated a.s prayed for. and that the proper
certificate or charter In* issued as provided by law.
JOHN \V. DANIEL,
HOPE 11. LANE.
BEN II. TOMPKINS.
R. B. MOOTY,
K. M. LIRI'OUD,
J. W. RAY.
ROBERT «i. CRAIN,
JAMES R. DANIEL,
W. D. TAYLOR.
W. '1'. (JGODSON,
A. \Y. POWERS.
FRANK S. LOFTIN,
P. T. McCFTCHEN.
G. A. ADAMS,
I). B. WJIITAKER.
W. D. RIDLEY,
L. F. DAVIS,
Of Heard county, Georgia.
W. A. BRANNON.
B. T. THOMPSON,
I. N. OBR. SR..
CHARLES C. PARROTT,
H. <’. ARNALL. SR..
I. P. BRADLEY,
J. J. KEITH.
W. C. WRIGHT,
Of Coweta county, Georgia.
Notice is hereby given that after the expiration
of four weeks’ publication of the foregoing peti
tion and this notice once a week for four weeks,
the undersigned will apply to the Honorable
Philip Cook, Secretary of State, for a charter for
the Western ok Georgia.Railway. Feb. 16,
JOHN W. DANIEL,
HOPE H. LANE.
BEN II. TOMPKINS,
It. B. MOOTY,
It. M. LIFFORD,
J. W. RAY.
ROBER T (I. CRAIN.
JAMES R. DANIEL,
W. D. TAYLOR.
W. T. C.OODSON,
A. W. POWERS.
FRANK S. LOFTIN,
F. T. McCUTCHEN,
CL A. ADAMS,
D. B. WHITAKER,
W. I). RIDLEY,
L. F. DA\ JS f
Of the county of Heard.
W. A. BRANNON.
B. '!’. THOMPSON.
I. N. ORR. SR..
CHARLES <’. PARROTT,
H. C. ARNALL. SR.,
I. P. BRADLEY,
J. J. KEITH,
W. C. WRIGHT.
Of the county of Coweta.
Twelve Months’ Support.
The return of the appraisers setting apart twelve
months’ support to the family of A. Haygood
Camp, deceased, having been filed in my office, all
persons concerned are cited to show cause by the
first Monday in March. 1909. why said application
for twelve months’ support should not be granted.
This Feb. 4, 1909. Prs. fee, $3.
Letters of Dismission.
f. A. Nipper, administrator of J. M. Nip
per, deceased, havinfr applied to the Court of
Ordinary of said county for letters of dismission
from his said trust, all persons concerned arp re
quired to show cause in said Court by the first
Monday in March next, if any they can. why
said application should not be granted. This Feb.
1. 1909. Prs. fee, $3.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
To Whom It May Concern.
The estate of Ike Hill, late of said county,
deceased, being unrepresented, and not likely to
be represented, all persons concerned are required
to show cause in the Court of Ordinary of said
county, on the first Monday in March next,
why such administration should not be vested in
the County Administrator This Feb. 1, 1909. Prs.
fee, $3. L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
and ex-officio Clerk Court of Ordinary.
Letters of Administration.
J. B. Ashley having applied to the Court of
Ordinary of said county for letters of administra
tion with the will annexed on the estate of Harriet
Matilda Ashley, deceased, all persons concerned
are required to show cause in said Court by the
first Monday in March next, if any they can.
why said application should not be granted. This
Feb. 4, 1909. Prs. fee, $3.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
Notice to Non-resident Heirs-at-Law of
Harriet Matilda Ashley, Deceased.
GEORGIA—Coweta County :
To Philip Ashley, Lily Ashley, Joel Ashley and
Sallie Teale. of Hightower, Ala., Reuben Ashley,
of the State of Alabama, (postoffice unknown,)
Lizzie Norton. Lineville, Ala.. Lottie Bozeman,
Graham. Ala., and any and all other heirs-at-law
of said Harriet Matilda Ashley, residing out of the
State of Georgia: Take notice that J. B. Ashley,
of the State of Georgia and county of Coweta, has
applied to the Court of Ordinary of said Coweta
county for probate, in solemn form, of the last
will and testament of Harriet Matilda Ashley, late
of said county, deceased, and you and all parties
concerned are hereby notified to show cause in
said Court of Ordinary by the first Monday in
March next why the said will of Harriet Matilda
Ashley, deceased, should not be admitted to pro
bate and record as prayed. This Feb. 4. 1909. Prs.
fee, $4.92. L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Under and by virtue of the authority conferred
on the undersigned, executors of the last will apd
testament of Nancy C. Arnall. late of said county,
deceased, wo will sell for cash, to the highest bid
der, at public auction, before the court-house door
in Newnan. said county, during the legal hours of
sale, on the first Tuesday in March, 1909, the fol
lowing described property, to-wit:
One house and lot in the town of Senoia. said
county, known and distinguished in the plan of
said town ns lot No. 2. in section 4. Also. 55 feet
the west side of lot No. 3 f adjoining said lot
. 2. in section 4. said lot fronting west 208 feet
Bridge street, and south 263 feet on Morgan
street, and bounded on the north by J. M. McCra
ry. and on the east by R. L. Arnall. Also, ten
shares (par value $50 per share) of the capital
stock of the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Se
Sold as the property of the said Nancy C. Ar
nall. deceased, for the purpose of distribution
among the heirs-at-law of said deceased This
Feb. 3, 1909. Prs. fee. $6.81.
J. T. ARNALL.
^ „ L. E. ARNALL.
Executors of last will and testament of Nancy C,
Sheriff’s Sales for March.
Will be sold before the Court-house door in New
nan. Coweta county. Ga., on the first Tuesday in
March next, between the legal hours of sale, to
the. highest and best bidder, the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
Two lots situated in the town of Senoia, each
30x110 feet, on the west side of Main street,
and known as lots Nos. 7 and 9. section 11, in
the plan of said town of Senoia. Levied on to
satisfy a tax fi. fa. issued by W. S. Hubbard. Tax
Collector, for State and county taxes for the years
1902. 1803, 1904. 1905. 1906, 1907 and 1908. the 'same
being now due and unpaid. The owner of said
property is unknown. Levy made by Lewis Mc
Cullough. L. C.. and turned over to me. This
Feb. 4, 1909. Prs. fee, $5.28.
Also, at the same time and place, one horse
mule, aged 12 years, named "Rube;” one horse
mule, aged 16 years, named "Dan;” one ox. ag.-d
i years, named “George;” one ox, aged 5 years.
W E WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS MON-
•DAY, MARCH 1, and intend to obtain
your patronage by offering a COMPLETE
and UP-TO-DATE line of Men’s SHOES, GENTS'
FURNISHINGS and HATS at POPULAR PRICES.
Our UNUSUALLY good VALUES, combined with
POPULAR STYLES, will make a visit to our
store to your interest.
We earnestly solicit your patronage. It will
pay you to call on us.
SATER & McKoy
11 COURT SQT’ARE
( OLIi POSTOFFICE )
HO BEGINS AT THE BOT
TOM IN AN HONEST,
HUMBLE WAY, TAKING
CA R EFUL FOOTHOLD
AS HE RISES, Usually
Comes to the Front in a
Way that Causes the World
to Look on His Achievement With Ad
miration and Makes His Community
Proud of his Citizenship. Such a business
the Dominick Mercantile Co. has built up at Turin,
Ga., which has gathered in volume year by year until
the firm has been forced from time to time to take on
additional branches. An assortment of ladies’ dress
goods and trimmings which will compare favorably
with that to be found in any town in Middle Georgia
is among the new lines carried. With the assistance
of Miss Fannie Butts, Mr. Dominick has snared no
pains in selecting a well-assorted and strictly up-to-
date line of the latest things in wash goods, such as
bordered chambrays, French percales, beautiful lawns
with Persian borders, (striped, dotted and figured,)
which are among the latest novelties in wash mate
rials; also, pure Irish linen, linen lawns, linens, lawns,
(barred, striped and figured,) batiste, taffeta silks,
siloame, real linen and torchon laces, (round thread,)
and baby Irish embroideries in beautiful designs, ruch-
ing, belting, etc. In fact, we have tried to supply the
demands of our trade in everything that goes to make
a first-class dry goods store. In connection with this
department we will have also an up-to-date millinery
establishment. This branch will be under the man
agement of Miss Fannie Butts, and the firm is assured
that she will take a just pride in building up a high
class trade in fine millinery that will add greatly to
Turin’s importance and popularity as a trading point
for the ladies of this section.
We shall be pleased to show our goods, and cor
dially invite the ladies of Turin and community to give
us a call.
Turin, Ga., Feb. 19, 1909
named "Dawson;” also, one gasoline engine ma
chine bought of the International Harvester Co.,
of America in 1905. Levied on as the property of
Oscar Gray to satisfy a mortgage fi. fa. issued
from the City Court of Newnan in favor of the
International Harvester Co., of America vs. the
said Oscar Gray—all of said property being now
in possession of defendent in fi. fa. Levy made
by T. J. Entrekin, Deputy Sheriff, and turned
over to me. This Dec. 8, 1908. (Re-advertised.)
Prs. fee, $3.90. J. D. BREWSTER. Sheriff.
SHOEREPAIRS AND TAILORING
The best Tailor Shop in town is run by
Mrs. Mollie Pitman. In the same con
nection I have a first-class Shoe Shop.
All work done on short notice.
G. C. P/T/V7A/V.