Idler If You Use
a few spoonfuls of
Lavadura in it. It saves
the hands, saves half the
work, saves the colors
in colored goods, saves
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has no equal for all washing purposes. It saves the
wear and tear of fine fabrics because it makes rub
bing and strong alkali soaps unnecessary. Use it in
dish-water—it sweetens and brightens the dishes
and glassware, and keeps your hands soft and white.
Full directions on every package.
Ask for it at Grocers and Druggists
In Sc and 10c Packages .
Increase the enjoyment and benefit of I
your bath by sprinkling a little Lavadura , '
in the water. Feels fine ! /
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ziness arising from deranged organs. It does more
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ten to say that it cured them.
It Will Help You
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The Pride and Courage of the Old
Never were braver soldiers or prouder
men than those who composed the
armies of the Confederacy. Their spirit
was unconquerable. Neither poverty
nor hunger nor defeat nor death could
bring disgrace to them. They were de
feated, but never conquered. The same
spirit survives to-day in the veter
ans of the Civil War who are still with
us. Sometimes this crops out in some
pathetic incident which brings a tear to
A few days ago Col. Marcellus
Pointer died in a bare little room in an
obscure hotel in the poorest section of
New York. Broken in health and for
tune, he had been unable to provide
enough even to supply his very modest
wants. Old and infirm, lie could find
no means of support, lie was too proud
to allow himself to become a burden to
others. His distinguished services in
the war, his loyalty and high-minded
ness availed him nothing in the struggle
for bread, but the old soldier fought on
bravely to the last, neither asking nor
accepting charity, with a smile on his
face and allowing no complaining word
to escape his lips.
“1 guess he died partially of a broken
heart and pride,” says a doctor who
knew him. ‘‘He was too proud to
The spirit of pride and courage is one
of the things that distinguished the old
South which the new South can ill afford
to lose. Neither business success nor
commercial prosperity can take the
place of devotion to high ideals, and
while gaining in wealth, population and
power, the South will do well to treas
ure not only its honorable history and
traditions, but that rich heritage of
sensitive honor and personal pride which
raised its people above the level of mere
traffickers in the market place.
Power of Sincerity.
Sincerity is made up of two words—
since and cere — since, without, and
cere, wax; without wax. And it means
absolutey pure, transparent.
The human mind is constructed for
truth telling. This is its normal con
dition, and under the exercise of true
living and true thinking the character
becomes strong and robust.
Wholeness, completeness, comes into
the life from truth, from sincerity; but
the moment we attempt to twist the
mind into expressing deceit it becomes
abnormal and works all sorts of harm
to the character.
I have in mind a very brilliant writer
who exchanges his talent for cash in
political campaigns. He has written
some of the best campaign documents
for all political parties, but the lack of
sincerity in his 'haracter so discounts
his personality xnd ability that he has
no standing/ s a man. He is rec
ognized as a brilliant writer, but as a
man totally without convictions.
There is something in the mind itself
which thrives upon sincerity and which
protests against all that is false, against
ail sham. Nothing ever quite satisfies
this longing but absolute truth. The
mind quickly becomes sickly and weak
when forced to express what is false.
Senoia EnterpriRc-Gnzot.te, 16th hint.
Miss Ethel Stallings, of Newnan, is
the guest of Miss Ella Mae Freeman.
Cols. L. M. Farmer and W. G. Post,
of Newnan, were in the city a short
Miss Dollie Bailey, of Newnan, is
spending a few (Jays here, the guest
of Mrs. II. M. North.
Mrs. D. Q. Vining, who had quite a
serious operation performed last week,
is reported as getting along very nice
ly. Ur. E. L. Griffin, of Atlanta, as
sisted Dr. Culpepper in the operation.
Edna, one of the little two-weeks-
old babies of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mor
gan, died Saturday morning. Its pa
rents were unware of its illness until
just before its death. The remains
wore laid to rest in Elmore cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Elder and
children, M. li. and Margaret, Mrs.
John Lawshe, Miss Martha Lawshe,
Henry Hudgens Kendrick Goldsmith,
of Atlanta; Miss Margaret Mclvnight
and J. A. Mclvnight, of Senoia: Mrs.
Geo. D. Pollock and children, Madge,
Frank and George, jr., of Home, con
stitute a congenial house party at Mr.
Elder's picturesque cottage, "Pond
View,” near Elder's mill.
‘‘You said you had no mosquitoes,”
said the summer boarder, indignantly.
‘‘Well,”answered Farmer Corntnssel,
‘‘I don’tjtake nothin' 1 said back. Them
you see strayin’ around don’t belong to
A native born American member of
a party of four business men who of
ten lunched together took great delight
in joking the others on their foreign
“It’s all very well for you fellows to
talk about what we need in this country, ’ ’
he said, “hut when you come to think
of it you’re really only intruders. Not
one of you was born here. You’re
welcome to this country, of course, but
you really oughtn’t to forget what you
owe us natives who open our doors to
“Maybe,” said an Irishman in the
party, thoughtfully. “Maybe. But
there’s one thing you seem to forget:
I came into this country wid me fare
paid an’ me clothes on me hack. Can
you say the same?”
To the leader of a band in Omaha
jocularly spoken of in that locality as
“the worst in seven States, ” there once
came a man with a request that the
band play at a cousin’s funeral.
“Is it a military funeral?” asked the
“Not at all.” was the reply. “My
cousin was no military man—in fact, he
was never even interested in matters
military. Nevertheless, it was his ex
press wish that your hand should play
at his funeral.”
The leader was surprised and flattered.
“Is that so?” he asked.
“Yes,” responded the other. “He
said he wanted everybody in Omaha to
be sorry he died. ”
Along with the dinner the old farmer
had ordered in the city restaurant the
waiter brought a diminutive pat of but
ter. Finally the old man discovered it,
and, calling the waiter, he said: “Say,
mister, of yew ain’t tew bizzy, I wish
yew’d wipe that air grease spot off
that plate an’ put some butter on it.”
Every Woman Will be Interested !
There has recently been discovered
an aromatic, pleasant herb cure for
woman’s ills, called Mother Gray’s
Australian-Leaf. It is the only certain
regulator. Cures female weaknesses
and Backache. Kidney, Bladder and
Urinary troubles. At all Druggists or
bv mail 50c. Sample FREE. Address
j The Mother Gray Co., Lelioy, N. Y.
A Square Deal
Is assured you when you buy Dr. Pierce’s
family medicines—for all the Ingredi
ents entering Into them are printed on
the bottle-wrappers and their formulas
are attested under oath as being complete
and correct. You know just what, you are
paying for and that the Ingredients are
gathered from Nature's laboratory, being
selected from the most valuable native
medicinal roots found growing in our
American foresGntndjyhlie potent to cure
are perfcirtiy harmloigL^van to the most
delicate wonKSiofrrPliihtt'T’Tr^ N\>t, a drop
qf a I cn|^i|_ (Miters Into
Ml MWIIM.-,-. U.-'-U III Mil-Ill. V — imp*- 'G 1 ""
relined glycerine; This agent possesses
turn nsie mctficTnui properties of Its own,
being a most valuable antiseptic, and anti-
ferment, nutritive and soothing demul
Glycerine plays an Important part, In
Dr. Pierce’s Golden .Medical Discovery In
the cure of indigestion, dyspepsia it ml
weak stomach, attended by sour risings,
heart-burn, foul breath, coated tongue,
poor appetite, gnawing feeling in stom
ach. biliousness and kindred derange
ments of theslomncb. liver and bowels.
Resides curing all the above distressing
ailments, the "Golden Medical IMscovery ’’
is a speellie for all diseases of the mucous
membranes, as catarrh, whether of the
nasal passages or of the. stomach, Ixtwels
or pelvic organs. Even in Its ulcerative
stages it will yield to this sovereign rem
edy if its use lie persevered in. In Chronic
Catarrh of the Nasal passages, it is well,
— *, ■ • i * -««y
two <>r thron tnnos atlsi-y with i>r. Safe’s
Catarrh K<*in<*<iy. This’ thorough course
of treatment generally cures the worst
In couch* and hoarseness caused By Bron
chial, throat and Built aHVctlous, except con
sumption in its ad vanned stares, 11n* "Golden
Medical Discovery” is a most, enlcient rem
edy. especially iti those obstinate, lumr-on
courBscaused By irritation and ronueslion of
t Be Bronchial mucous inemBrnnes. The " I >is”
covcry ” is not so aood for acute coughs aris-
iiiLT from -sudden c.i|(| s , nor must, It Be
Gdlamil l-ll» > \ 11. ■ 1 I | 1.1 ' >il I b IX C| 1
while taking the "Golden Medical Dis
covcry” for the necessary constitntiona
treatment, to cleanse t,Bo passages frech
...„ from sudden un CA -
pected to cure consumption in its advanced
slaves no medicine will do that But for all
the obstinate, chronic coughs, which, If neg
lected. or Badly treated, lead up to consump
tion. It is the Best medicine that can Betaken.
DR. M. S. ARCHER,
All calls promptly tilled, day
of children u specialty.
THOS. J. JONES,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office on Hancock street, near public square
Residence next door to Virginia House.
I)R. F. I. WELCH,
DR. T. B. DAVIS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office—ySanafcorium Building. Office’phone 6 1
call : residence 'phone 6—2 calls.
W. A. TURNER,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention riven to Hurprery and dtaetmeH
of women. Offioe RtVO Spring Ktreet. 'Phone 230
K. W. STARR,
All kind, of dontal work. I'it Iron Hire (if the pub-
lie solicited. Offi-cc over Newnan Bunking Co.
Residence ’phone 142.
KILL the COUCH
and CU&E the LUNGS
rat €» s J3&.
AMD ALL THROAT AMO LUNG TROUBLES.
Iguaranteed satis factor
t OK MONEY REFUNDED.
i,ii mm— n iiiinmmiii mu
Preserving It against the harsh
effects of wind and dust.
PRICE 60 CENTS
For sale by Hoi.t & Cates Co.
Ci*an.ie« at.«l lx mi ti tics the hair.
mild u luxuriant growth.
W.v'r Fails to Restore Gray
J . ;r to jtn Youthful Color.
Cur*:* M‘Hlp <ii»rar«n A hair fulling,
untl * Hear J.’rupAu
•J All stock food is high, and going higher. Everybody
should sow Sorghum and Peas. In Sorghum seed we have
“EARLY AMBER,” “ORANGE” and “RED TOP.”
I Try some of our Alfalfa ground feed. It is cheaper
and better than Corn or Oats.
II We have a fresh stock of International Stock and
11 Medicated Salt Brick—the best physic for rundown
stock. Takes the place of salt,, and is always ready, as
youjonly have to place the brick in your horse-trough.
11 Chicken Feed—we have it, and CORNO is the best.
1 Cotton Seed Meal, Shorts and Bran.
II Four thousand pounds best Compound Lard at best
& SONS CO
S Wll N T
You are Never Disappoint
ed at This Store
We keep in stock Jill kinds of country produce, fresh from the
farm Chickens, Butter and Eggs. Six good farmer friends have
been bringing us butter regularly for the past five years. All of
them own fine Jersey cows, and the butter produced is the finest in
Since the recent decline we are prepared to sell Patent Flour at
rock bottom prices.
Just received a fresh barrel of Cooking Oil, one barrel of the
finest White Wine Vinegar, one barrel of pure double-distilled Apple
Vinegar, and one barrel of pure Ribbon Cane Syrup.
In fact, you can get anything in the grocery line by ’phoning 54.
The Rural Mail Comes Once a Day
T IIE TELEPHONE keeps you in touch with
neighbors, friends and the city every minute
of every day. Progressive farmers through
out the South are installing telephones in their
homes and connecting with the Bell System. The
cost is low; the service is satisfactory.
Write today to the nearest Bell Telephone
Manager for pamphlet, or address
Farmers’ Line Department
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO.
SOUTH PRYOR STHEET. ATLANTA. GA.