Berald and Advertiser.
"The Herald and Advertiser” office is upstairs
over the Newnan Banking Co. ’Phono 0.
If You Read This
It will bo to lonrn that tho loading modi*
cal writers and touchers of all the several
schools of practice recommend, in tho
strongest terms possible, each and every
Ingredient entering Into the composition
of Dr. l’ierce's Golden Medical Discovery
for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia,
catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint,”
torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel
affections, and all catarrhal diseases of
whatever region, name or nature. It is
also a specilic remedy for all such chronic
or long standing cases of catarrhal alfpc-
tions and their resultants, as bronchial,
throat and lung disease (except consump
tion) accompanied with severe coughs. It
Is not so good for acute colds and coughs,
but for lingering, or chronic cases it is
especially efficacious in producing per
fect cures. It contains Illack Cherry bark,
Golden Seal root, Bloodroot, Stone root.
Mandrake root and Queen’s root—all of
which are highly praised as remedies for
all the above mentioned affections by such
mineut medical writers and teachers as
Prof. Bartholow, of ^Jefferson Med. Col
lege: Prof. Manvel the Univ. of Pa.j
Prof. Flnlejr-BHfngwood, M. D., of Ben
nett Med. tpllege, Chicago; Prof. John
King, M. DLof Cincinnati; Prof. John
M. Scndder/'M. D., of Cincinnati; Prof.
Edwin IlLTHare, M. D., of Hahnemann
Med. Cpflcjtc, Chicago, and scores of
otheiy'eatfally eminent in their several
an "Golden Medical Discovery " is the
more tnan any mimiiiTjn oruinarv testi-
mdhiiUS. Open publicity of its formula
Is the best possible guaranty of its merits.
A glance at this published formula will
show that "Golden Medical Discovery”
contains no poisonous, harmful or habit-
forming drugs and no alcohol—chemically
f iure, triplo-reiined glycerine being used
nstead. Glycerino is entirely unobjec
tionable and besides is a most useful agent
in the cure of all stomach as well as bron
chial, throat and lung affections. There
is the highest medical authority for its
use in all such cases. The "Discovery ” is
a concentrated glyceric extract of native,
medicinal roots and is safe and reliable.
A booklet of extracts from eminent,
medical authorities, endorsing its ingre-
dionts mailed free on request. Address
I)r. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Needs an Assistant.
The corn in the farmer’s bin does not plant
itself. No more can Nature,.alone and un
aided, always perform the enormous tasks
that are so often forced upon her.
Nature Needs an Assistant.
Perfect health is the result of study and
research. It has taken centuries to tinder-
stand the human body and to find the best
conditions and remedies to develop a health
Anyone witliasick stomach, sluggish liv
er. bilious, constipated and nervous is not
at all likely to regain their health unaided.
Nature Needs an Assistant.
IS NATURE’S BEST ASSISTANT.
This remedy has proven itself the true and
tried friend of the human family by giving
prompt relief when taken for Constipation,
Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Dizzi
ness or other troubles incident to a torpid or
inactive liver and a clogged up system.
11 is a pleasant remedy of great power, and
Nature’s assisfant in the highest degree. It
is made in both liquid and powder form, is
pleasant and agreeable to the taste, prompt
in action, and leaves no sickening, weaken
ing after effects.
It is an ideal Liver Medicine.
Vic have a large number of letters from
satisfied patrons who have been benefited
and cured by it.
St. Joseph’s Liver Regulator is sold
by druggists and general merchants, or you
can soml to us fur it. Price, Liquid. 50 cents
a bottle. Powders, in tin boxes, 25 cents s
box. Sample of powders and booklet sent
free on application,
GERSTLE MEDICINE CO.
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All kinds of job work done
with neatness and dispatch
at this office.
1 Senoia Enterprise-Gnzi (.to, 26th lilt.
Messrs. R. L. Hardy and J. W. Ar-
nall left last week tor a visit to Tam-
! pa, Fla.
Dr. W. R. McCrary left yesterday
' evening for an extended business trip
through Texas, Arkansas and Missouri.
Dr. Harmon H. Smith, of New York,
spent two or three days the first of the
week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. 0. Smith. Dr. Smith has advanced
in his chosen work very rapidly, and is
now classed among the best in his pro
Mrs. Alice C. Fall, our postmaster,
has been invited to join tho party leav
ing Macon on March 2 for Washington,
D. C. Special coaches have been
chartered for the inauguration, and it
will be a fine trip. The trip is under
the supervision of the president of the
Taft clubs of Georgia.
Rev. Chas. E. Hitt and family ar
rived Monday morning, and were met
at the train by a committee of ladies
and accompanied to the Baptist par
sonage. A number of nice things had
I een prepared by these ladies for their
new pastor. He will occupy the pulpit
at the Baptist church next Sunday.
The only honorable and honest way
to stop a newspaper is to step into the
office and pay up all arrearages, get a
receipt and have your name taken off
the list. To fire your paper back at
the publisher marked “refused” when
you owe six months or a year, and
never go near the office, is not only dis
reputable but dishonest as well.
Mrs. S. E. Leigh, of Grantville, has
the kind of charity that we believe in.
Instead of giving a thousand dollars to
some big institution that would hardly
know she had given anything, she has
built a home at Grantville for retired
preachers. It is a noble step taken by
this excellent lady, and should be an
incentive to other people to do like
The city council is preparing to build
a substantial calaboose and court-room
on the vacant lot near the brick ware
house. It will be two stories high, the
ground floor to consist of two cells for
prisoners, a hall and a tool room. The
second story will be conveniently ar
ranged for a council chamber and
court-room. The building will pay for
itself in a few years in saving the rent
which has heretofore been paid for the
We are in receipt of the last issue of
“Dots and Dashes,” published by the
Southern School of Telegraphy, at
Newnan. The school is in excellent
condition, and has a very creditable
enrollment. Under the supervision of
Prof. W. L. Strieker, who is well
and favorably known bv all our people,
the institution is forging to the front
as a place to prepare young men for
the responsibilities of life. A young
man with a good telegraph education
Although the tramp had seen a great
deal of life, he was no judge of char
acter, otherwise he would never have
said what he did to Miss Cornelia
Hawkins. When she said that she
would give him a good dinner if lie
would saw and split wood enough to
pay for it. he attempted to appeal to
“Madam,” he replied, sadly. “I’d be
glad to saw and split the wood, I’d be
glad to do anything, but I’m not physi
cally strong. I have a weak heart,
madam, and I have to look out for it.
You see, I carry my life in my hands,
as it were.” he said, with what was
meant for a wan, pathetic smile.
“Indeed,” and Miss Hawkins gave
an incredulous sniff as she glanced at
the palms outstretched for aid. “I sup
pose that’s the reason you don’t wash
’em- for fear of getting drowned?”
When a century-old clock struck in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mas
sey at New Castle. Del., to-day. Mrs.
Massey became convinced that a death
! had occurred in her family. The clock
had long failed to strike until to-day,
when it struck sixty-three times. Mrs.
Massey, who counted the strokes, ex
claimed: “Something has happened
to my brother. That is his age.” A
telegram received later in the day
told of the sudden death of her brother,
Lewis Burke, in Allentown. I’a. It
was learned that Mr. Burke died with
in two minutes of the time the ancient
time-pieee made its strange run.—
New York Tribune.
According to a story told by Will
Payne, the novelist, John Fox usually
spends his summers in Maine with his
friend, Thomas Nelson Page. Once,
while on a visit to Page, he ran into a
Kentuckian whom he had not seen for
a long time. Suddenly it began to
storm. Large hailstones were rattlin’
down. The Kentuckian grew sad. As
the storm and hail increased in fury he
became sadder. Finally he broke into
uncontrollable' sobs and cried like a
“What’s the matter?” asked Fox in
“Matter?” replied his friend. “Look
at that waste of cracked ice in a pro
James Whitcomb Riley is evidently
no believer in the greatness or endur
ing qualities of modern literature.
Some time ago a friend was talking to
him about the good times that novel
ists of to-day have, compared with
1 those of the past.
j “You modern writers don’t work so
| hard,” he said, “and you are paid 20
times as much as you ought to be.”
I Mr. Riley gently shook his head.
“You labor under a misapprehension,
my boy,” he replied. “The chief dif
ference between the old authors and
those of to-day is simply this: They
died and their works live; our works
die, and we live—as best we can.”
“Your husband,” he hazarded, “is,
an inventor?” * 1 II.
She tossed her golden head.
“Yes,” she said, her lip curling,
“some of his excuses for coming home
late at night are in use all over the-
will snve the dyspeptic from manj
days of misery, and enable him to cat
whatever he wishes. They prevent
ennse the food to assimilate and nour-
ish the body, give keen appetite,
and solid muscle. Elegantly suga
Take No Substitute.
FETITION FOR CHARTER.
GEORGIA—Coweta County :
To the Superior Court of said county : The peti
tion of H. 1* Woodroof, I). 1*. Woodroof and Mrs.
I*. L. Woodroof, nil of said State ami county, re
1. That they desire for themselves, associates,
successors and assigns to he incorporated for the
term of twenty 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.
3. The principal office and place of business of
said corporation will be in the city of Newnan,
Coweta county, Georgia; but petitioners desire
the right to establish such branch offices and
places of business as they may from time to time
4. The amount of capital stock is to be 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.
(>. The particular business proposed to be trans
acted is to do a general mercantile business; to
buy and sell all kinds of merchandise and com
modities, farm supplies, tools, vehicles, live stock,
cotton, cotton seed, and any and all kinds of per
sonal property, including Rtocks and bonds in oth
er corporations; to buy and Bell land; to own and
operate store-houses and warehouses, for the pur
pose of carrying on its own business and for the
purpose of cniryingon the business of a ware
houseman; to act as agent, factor or broker in
buying and selling all kinds of property for others;
to own and operate farms, or to lease same 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 liabilitiesof the corporation, distribute
among its stockholders entitled to receive tho 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 bo fundamental or
otherwise, (c) That said corporation may borrow
an 1 lend money, and secure t he 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 SectioirlS52 of the Civil Cotie 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.
1, L. Turner, Clerk of the Superior Court of said
county, do certify that the foregoing is a true
copy of the petition filed for charter of the Wood-
kook Supply Company, now of file in this office.
Witness my hand and seal this 25th day of Feb
ruary, A. D. 1909. L. TURNER,
Clerk S. C. C. C.
PETITION FOR CHARTER.
To the Honorable Philip Cook, Secretary of
State: The petition of John W. Daniel, Hope H.
Lane, Ben H. Tompkins, R. B. Mooty, R. M. Lip-
ford, J. VV. Ray, Robert G. Crain. James R. Dan
iel, W. D. Taylor. W. T. Goodson, A. W. Powers,
Frank S. Loftin, P. T. McCutchen, Roe Hearn, G.
A. Adams and D. It, Whitaker, of F ranklin. Heard
county, Ga., W. I). Ridley and L. F. Davis, of Rid
ley, Heard county. Ga., W. A. Brannon, of More
land, Coweta county, Ga., and B. T. Thompson, I.
N. Orr, sr., Charles C. Parrott, 11. C. Arnall, sr.,
I. P. Bradley, J. J. Keith and W. C. Wright, of
Newnan,Coweta county, Gn., respect fully shows—
That they desire to form a corporation to be
known as 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, Cow
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 oounty, westwardly to and through
the city of Newnan, in said Coweta county, ami
still westward ly from said city to the city of
Franklin, in said Heard county, ana 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 which 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, and divided into
shares of One Hundred Dollars each. The time
for which -petitioners desire to be thus incorpora
ted *s one hundred and one years, with the privi
lege of lenewal at the expiration of said time; the
principal office to be located in said city of New
nan. Petitioners do intend in ginnl faith to go for
ward without delay to secure subscriptions to the
capital stock, to construct, equip, maintain and
operate said railroad; and the petitioners request
to be 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 tiling of this petition
said 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 and
Banner, published in the said city of Franklin,
Wherefore, petitioners pray that they be duly
incorporated as prayed for. and that the proper
certificate or charter he issued as provided by law.
JOHN W. DANIEL,
HOPE H. LANE.
BEN II. TOMPKINS,
R. B. MOOTY,
K. M. EIPFORD,
J. W. RAY,
ROBERT G. CRAIN.
JAMES R. DANIEL,
W. D. TAYLOR
W. T. GOODSON,
A. W. POWERS,
i RANK S. I .OFTEN,
P. T. MrCUTCHEN,
G. A. ADAMS,
I>. B. WHITAKER,
W. D. RIDLEY,
L. I . DAVIS,
Of Heard county | Georgia.
A tourist in an out-of-the-way region
of England put up one night at an
amiable old lady’s cottage, the village
inn being full.
Now. the tourist was very deaf,
which fact he took pains to impress
upun the old lady, together wi ! h inj
structions to wake him at a particular
hour in the morning.
On waking a good deal later than
the time appointed, he found that the
amiable old lady, with a commendable
regard for propriety, had slipped under
his door a slip of paper on which was
“Sir, it is half-past eight.”
When a friend deals with a friend let
the bargain be clear and well penned,
that they may continue friends to the
I. N. ORR, SR..
CHARI.I.- <’. PARROTT,
II. c. AKNAI.I.. ,SR ,
1. P. BRADLEY,
■I. I. KEITH,
W. C. WRIOIIT.
Of Coweta county, Georgiu.
GEORGIA—Coweta Copnty :
Notice in hereby given that after the expiration
of four weeks’ publication of the foregoing peti
tion and this notice once a week for four week.,
the undersigned will apfdy to the Honorable
Philip Cook, Secretary of State, for a charter for
the Western of Okoroia Rah.wav. Feb. p;
1909. JOHN W. DAN ILL
HOPE H. LANK,
RKN li. TOMPKINS,
R. H. MOOTY.
R. M. LIFFORD.
J. W. RAY.
ROBERT G. CRAIN,
JAMES It. DANIKD,
W. D. TAYLOR,
W. T. GOODSON.
A. W. POWKRS.
FRANK S. LOFTIN,
P. T. McCUTCHKN.
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
w:sh to call attention to the fact that we arc 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—ri 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 per cent.
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.,
G. A. ADAMS,
D. ii. WHITAKER,
W. D. RIDLEY,
L. F. DAVIS,
Of thecounlynf Heard.
W. A. BRANNON,
II. T. THOMPSON,
I. N. ORR. SR.,
CHARLES C. PARROTT,
II. C. ARNALL SR.,
I. P. BRADLEY,
.1. J. KEITH.
W. C. WRIGHT,
Of the county of Coweta.
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO.
Griffin U:10a.m. 7:17 p.m.
Chattanooga 1:40 p.m.
Cedartown, ox. Bun 6:39 a. m.
Cedar town, Bun.only 7 :27 A. M.
Columbus 9:05 A. M. 8:35 P. M.
Griffin 1:40 i*. M.
Griffin, ex. Sunday 6:39 a. m.
Griffin, Sunday only 7:27 A. m.
Chattanooga 11 :iO a. m.
Cedartown 7:17 p. m.
Columbus 7:40 a. m. 5:15 P. m