fierald and fldoeriiscr.
NliWNAN, FRIDA Y, MAR.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
Tribute of Love.
1 avail myself of this opportunity to
pay the tast tribute of respect, friend
ship and affection to the memory of
Mrs. Charlie Carter.
On .Jan. 2<i, 1909, death, the silent
messenger that carries us to that mys
terious bourne, claimed for its own one
of our birghtest jewels, Mrs. C. W.
Carter. She had been a patient suffer
er through most of her married life;
but “the Lord glveth and the Lord
Mrs. Carter was 49 years of age.
Four children blessed this happy union.
Two are left to mourn her death, be
sides her husband, an aged mother, one
sister, and one brother. She lived a
consistent Christian life, loved by ev
eryone who knew her. She was devo
ted to her husband and children, and a
radiant light in the pathway of all the
lives that she crossed. Christ’s king
dom on earth has lost a choice spirit,
but the world is better because of her
having lived in it. God’s providenoes
are not always understood by man.
Although not permitted to attend her
church regularly, on account of her
health, yet she was always ready to
speak to a wanderer from the fold and
lead them aright.
We feel that she merits the highest
eulogium ever pronounced upon woman
—that which fell from the lips of the
blessed Nazerene when He said of
Mary of Rethany: “She hath done
what she could.” If we could catch
some clearer vision of these eternal
truths it would bind us closer to the
cause and kingdom of God; it would
help us draw nearer to God, and draw
Him nearer to us; it would help heal
the broken hearts.
It is written that she is an heir of
God and a joint heir with Christ, and
that she shall enter into that rest that
awaits the people of God, and that He
shall wipe all tears from their eyes.
Funeral services were conducted at
Sargent by Rev^ F. ,J. Amis and Rev.
,1. W. McLeod. The interment was at
Old Lebanon church.
Let us so spend our lives that we,
too, may receive a joyous welcome
on the shores of that bright beyond.
The many beautiful flowers that cov
ered the casket typified how pure and
noble her sweet life was. Rut weep
not for her, for she is now at rest,
Eliza Ware Daniel was born in Heard
county, Ga., fifty-eight years ago; for
ty-two years ago was married to Ed
mond S. Daniel, and thirty-nine years
ago was born again and united with
Rethel church, Heard county, being
baptized by Rev. Geo. W. Colquitt.
In the home, as a wife and mother,
anrl as neighbor, she bore testimony of
In Memory of Capt. Henry A. North.
I had a very slight acquaintance with
Capt. North before I joined his compa
ny in the latter part of ’62. In a short
time I was elected orderly sergeant,
and served in that capacity until the
close of the war. The relations be
tween a captain and his orderly ore
very close. 1 had an opportunity to I love for her Master in taking the bible
know him as well as I ever knew I » s her « uide in the duties of ljfe. Dur
any man. He had some noble traits of
character, and was second to none in
sympathy. He loved his men and sym
pathized with them in their hardships
and trials, and would not ask them to
go farther than he would.
He was loyal to the Confederate
cause. He fought because he thought
ebiiilB while vt
IK llllll lil,mill
ny lie dying.”
BALD HEADS NOT
Baldness is too Generally Consider
ed a Sign of Advanced Age.
A bald-headed person .does not have
an equal chance with one blessed with
a healthy head of hair, because bald
ness is too generally accepted as an
indication of age. Many large corpo
rations have established an age limit,
and refuse to take men over 85 years
of age as new employees.
Almost 65 per cent, of bald-headed
people may regain a good head of
healthy hair if they will follow our ad
vice hiuI accept our offer. We have a
remedy that we positively guarantee to
grow hair on any head, unless the roots
of the hair are entirely dead, their fol
licles closed, and the scalp has become
glazed and shiny. Wo want people to
try this remedy at our risk, with the
distinct understanding that unless it
does exactly what we claim it will,
and gives satisfaction in every respect,
we shall make no charge for the reme
dy used during the trial.
We know exactly what we are talk
ing about, and with this offer hack of
our statements no one should scoff,
doubt our word or hesitate to put our
remedy to an actual test.
“ We want everyone in Newnan who is
suffering from any scalp or hair
trouble, dandruff, falling hair or bald
ness to try our Rexall "98” Hair Ton
ic. We want them to use it regularly
say until three bottles have been
used—and if it does not eradicate dand
ruff, cleanse and refresh the scalp,
tighten the hair in its roots, and grow
new hair, we will return every cent
paid us for the remedy for the mere
asking. There is no formality ex
pected. and we exact no obligation
from the user whatever. We are estab
lished right here in Newnan, and make
this offer with a full understanding that
our business success entirely depends
upon the sort of treatment we accord
our customers, and we would not dare
make the above offer unless we were
positively certain that we could sub
stantiate it in every particular. Two
sizes, 50c. and $1. The Holt & Cates
Co., Newnan, Ga.
There was little doubt in the minds
of those who were invited to a recent
Missouri wedding as to qie cordiality
of the invitation. It was clearly print
ed and read as follows:
“Y’ou are invited to attend the marri
age of Augustus Clay Johnson and
Miss Chloe Matilda Baker, at the home
of the bride’s mother. All who cannot
come may send.”
If you do what you should not, you
must hear what you would not.
it was his duty to his country, and his
home. He did not seek promotion, al
though he was entitled to and was of
fered advancement. He was not after
reputation alone, but the character he
built will live, and his good works will
follow him. He was as watchful and
faithful on duty as was Morgan or
Stuart and as grand and fearless in
battle as Forrest or Wheeler. He gave
hiB superior officers no trouble. He
was as obedient to authority as a ser
vant; as Ren Hill said of Gen. Lee:
“He was a foe without malice or ha
tred, a soldier without cruelty.”
J never heard him use a profane
word in my life. He put his faith and
trust in the Lord.
On the 2Gth day of April (forty-four
years ago) he ordered his company to
stack arms; that Gen. Johnston’s army
had capitulated ; and on th“ 4th day of
May we were paroled, and he and 1
rode horseback together from Char
lotte, N. C., to our homes. We talked
of subjugation, and Lincoln’s emanci
pation proclamation, and his assassina
tion, and expected confiscation—and O,
how blue 1 was! Rut Capt. North
looked on the bright side of things,
and seemed more cheerful.
He was devoted to his family, a good
neighbor, and a true and faithful
friend. To the family and kindred I
tender my condolence. J. R. Walker.
Turin, Ga., Feb, 25, 1909.
On the morning of Feb. 13 the
Death Angel came into our midst and
bore away the gentle spirit of Lillie
Andrews, our beloved pupil and school
mate. While she was with us Lillie
proved herself a diligent, faithful, con
scientious pupil and loving friend, al
ways kind, sympathetic and obliging.
Her sweet, quiet, cheerful disposition
endeared her to us all. As a pupil,
(whom it was a privilege to teach)
and as a companion (whom to know
was to love) she will be sorely missed.
Rut, while our hearts are bowed witii
grief, we rejoice in the belief that all
is well with her. In the bright spirit
world, where there is neither sickness
nor pain nor death, she has taken up
her abode, to dwell forever in the pres
ence of the Master whose word she
loved and daily read while on earth.
“She is not dead, but sleepeth.”
Re it resolved, therefore, by the
teachers and pupils of the Grantville
High School, that we will cherish her
memory and emulate her virtues; that
we bow in humble submission to the
will of our Heavenly Father, who doeth
all things well; and tnat we extend to
the bereaved family our heartfelt sym
pathy in their sail loss, with the wish
and prayer that divine grace may be
given them to bear bravely and hope
fully their heavy burden of sorrow.
Teachers and Pupils.
Grantville, Ga., Feb. 17, 1909.
A Tribute to Dollie Ector.
Silently, on the evening of Feb. 8,
as the shades of nighi were gathering,
the Death Angel visited the home of
Mr. L. M. Ector and bore from this
life to a life beyond sweet little Dollie
Mae Ector, She had spent only nine
short summers with us. When a haby
her mother gave her to Jesus by bap
tism, and she is now safe in His shel
tering arms. Although taken from us
so young, she will long be remembered
as a regular Sunday-school attendant,
and by her death this Sunday-school
has lost one of its best pupils. She
was always punctual, and knew her
lessons. We can never sing the verses
given below that we will not think of
''Brother ami si$tt»r gone to that clime.
Wait for the others coming some time;
Safe with angels whiter than snow.
Watching for dear ones waiting below.
"Sweet little darling, light of the home.
Looking for someone, beckoning come;
Bright as a sunbeam, pure as the dew.
Anxiously looking, mother, for you."
Resolved, 1. That we yield cheerfully
and submissively to the will of our Al
Resolved, 2. That we sympathize |
with the bereaved family, and sorrow
with them in their grief.
Resolved, 3. That this memorial be
published in the county papers.
Her Sunday-school Teacher and Class
If You Are a Trifle Sensitive
About the size of your shoes, it’s some
satisfaction to know that many people
can wear shoes a size smaller by
sprinkling Allen’s Foot-Ease into them.
Just the thing for patent leather shoes,
and for breaking in new shoes. Sold
Several men were talking about how
they happened to marry.
“I married my wife,” said one, “be
cause she was different from any other
woman 1 had ever met.”
"How was that?” chorused the oth
“She was the only woman I met who
would have me!”
; ing her sickness she many times ex-
! pressed to the family her willingne«
to die. Feb. 5. 1909, she died, and was
buried in Palmetto. She leaves a hus
band, five sons and six daughters to
| mourn their loss.
Bereaved ones, comfort yourselves
that there is nothing but her absence
to'sorrow over; and yet she is present
by memory in counsel, in advice, and
in life, and may this so impress you all
that you may meet her again where
there is no separation and no death.
Accept my sympathy. F. J. A.
Jefferson Davis’ Name Again on the
Washington, D. C., Feb. 22.—Official
amends for the sensational elimination
of Jefferson Davis’ name from the tab
let on “Cabin John Bridge,” six miles
west of this city, during President Lin
coln’s administration, is given indirec
tions issued by the President to-day
through the Secretary of War to re
store his name. The tablet is on the
bridge that arches Cabin John Run, on
the Maryland side of the Potomac riv
er. The structure was famous for
years as the longest single-span stone
bridge in the world. The bridge was
begun under Mr. Davis as Secretary of
War, and when he became President of
the Confederacy, under Government
orders his name was chiseled from the
tablet. Repeated efforts to restore it
have been made in the past, but with
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Uncle Rufe—“Is hit a girl or boy?”
Uncle Rufe—“A girl?”
Aunt Dina—“Guess ergin.”
Uncle Rufe—“A boy?”
Uunt Dina — “Aw, somebody done
went an’ tol’ you.”
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>t afford to take chances with “ u.v old
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67-69 Washington St. 70-72 State St.
For Sale by
JOHN R. CATES DRUG CO.,
Successor to Huffaker Drug Co.
DR. M. S. ARCHER,
All calls 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.
call ; re
DR. T. B. DAVIS,
Physician and Surgeon.
-Sanatorium building. Office 'phone 5
lidenee ’phone 5—2 calls.
W. A. TURNER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to surgery and diseases
of women. Office 19V, Spring street. 'Phone 230
K. W. STARR,
All kinds of dental work. Patronage of the pub
lic solicited. Office over Newnan Banking Co. ■
Every case of Rheumatism has its origin and its development in the
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any physical irregularities, such as a spell of indigestion, bowel disturbance,
etc . are merely the exciting causes producing the pains and aches, which
are the natural symptoms of the disease. Rheumatism is caused by an
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muscle, nerve, membrane, tissue and joint becomes saturated with these
acrid, irritating impurities, or coated with fine, insoluble caustic matter,
and the sharp, piercing pains or the dull, constant aches are felt with every
physical, movement. When the blood is filled with uric acid poison, perma
nent relief cannot be expected from liniments, plasters, or other external
treatment. Such measures give temporary relief, but in order to conquer
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with external treatment. S, S. S.
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instead of being a weak, sour
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blood is strong and healthy and
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I was severely troubled with Rheumatism. I
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HO BEGINS AT THE BOT
TOM IN AN HONEST,
HUMBLE WAY, TAKING
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 spared no
pains in selecting a well-assorted and strictly up-to-
date line of the latest things in wash goods, such as
boi'dered 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, nich
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 laaies of Turin and community to give
us a call.
Turin, Ga., Feb. 19, 1909
R. D. COLE MANUFACTURING CO.
Building material of every description, moderately
Engines, Boilers, Corn Mills and Saw Mills.
Tanks, Stand-pipes, Towers and Tanks—any shape
any capacity, for any purpose, erected anywhere.
Full and complete stock Mill Supplies and Belting.
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Inquiries solicited,
and will receive immediate attention.
R. D.Cole ManufacturingCo
49-54 E. Broad St., Newnan, Ga. ’Phone 14.
Notice of City Bond Election.
CITY OF NEWNAN—Coweta County, Ga.:
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder
men of the City of Newnan, That an election
shall be held in the city of Newnan on the 17th day
of April, 1909, 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: and 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 6 per cent, per annum, the interest to
be paid semi-annually on Jan. 1 and July 1 of each
The principal of said bonds shall mature and be
paid as follows: $2,000 in 1912; $2,000 in 1914;,
$2,000 in 1916; $2,000 in 1918; $2,000 in 1920; $2,000-
in 1922; $2,000 in 1924; $2,000 in 1926.
The interest to be paid annually shall be as fol
lows: $800 in 1910; $800 in 1911; $800 in 1912; $700 in
1913; $700 in 1914; $600 in 1915; $600 in 1916; $500 in
1917; $500 in 1918; $400 in 1919; $400 in 1920; $300 in
1921; $300 in 1922; $200 in 1923; $200 in 1924; $100 in
1925; $100 in 1926.
To meet the maturity of principal the following
amounts shall be raised each year as a sinking
fund: $1,000 in 1910; $1,000 in 1911; $1,000 in 1912;
$1,000 in 1913; $1,000 in 1914; $1,000 in 1915; $1,000
in 1916; $1,000 in 1917; $1,000 in 1918; $1,000 in 1919;
$1,000 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 said city wherein
the Sheriff’s advertisements for the county of
Coweta are published.
Those voters who are 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, 1909.
M. G. 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.
D. W. BOONE, Alderman,
T. M. GOODRUM, Alderman.
E. D. Fouse, City Clerk.
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, &aid State,
and M. B. Mooney, of said Coweta county, re
1. That they desire f®r 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 bo 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 both, 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
snail have the right to contract and be 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; to execute such
conveyances and acquittances, and receive and
hold such evidences of debt and securities, and to
do such other acts as muy 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
18152 of the Code of Georgia of 1895, as well as all
other powers and privileges incident to corpora
tions of like character.
6. The principal office nnd place of business of
said corporation shall be 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.
8. At the corporate meetings of shareholders
each shareholder shall be entitled to as 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 tho
capital stock ,4 f 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;
I, L. Turner, Clerk of the Superior Court of said
county, do hereby certify that the foregoing ap
plication for charter in the matter of Boone-
Stripling 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 to Amend Charter.
To the Superior Court of said county : The peti
tion of Hufraker Drug Company respectfully
1. That your petitioner is a corporation, hereto
fore incorporated and chartered by said Court, and
by the order or judgment of said Court of date
Feb. 12, 1907.
2. Your petitioner shows that it desires an
amendment to its said charter changing its corpo
rate name from Huffaker 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.
HUFFAKER DRUG COMPANY.
By its President: John R. Cates.
W. C. Wright, Petitioner’s Attorney.
Filed in office this 24th day of February, 1909.
L. TURNER. Clerk S. C. C. C.
I, Lynch Turner, Clerk of the Superior Court of
said county, do hereby certify that the foregoing
application for amendment of charter of Hu (Taker
Drug Company is a true and correct copy of said
application or petition, as the same appears of file
in my office.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this
Feb. 24, 1909. L. Turner,
Clerk S. C. C. C.
and CURE the LUNGS
OLDS Trial Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OB MONEY’ REFUNDED.