NEWNAN HERALD & ADVERTISER
VOL. X L V
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1909
TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE TO BUY
THEIR SUPPLY OF FLOUR
800 Barrels of Flour, bought before the last rise in
wheat. To move this amount of flour we have decided to
divide our profits with all buyers of flour.
SEED OATS.—Texas Rust-Proof Oats, Home-Raised
Rust-Proof Appier Oats.
SEED WHEAT.—Purple-Straw Seed Wheat.
TOBACCO.—“Merry Widow,’’the rich man’s chew at
the poor man’s price.
SHOES.—Make your feet comfortable during the
coming winter by buying apairof “Stronger Than the Law”
Shoes for yourself and your boys.
And for mother and sister buy our “Virginia Creeper,”
“Dixie Girl,” and “High Point.”
We have for children the famous Walton Shoes at
Car-load Shorts just received.
L g*. Famer & Smm Gm*
13 Court Square : : G amS G &V. Washington
Telephone H Q7
Buy Your Harness
If you want the finest finish, best quality
and most up-to-date styles. We have them,
excelled by none.
Buy h arness that will hold. Most runa-
Of the North Georgia Conference of
the M. E. Church, South, for
the Year 1910.
Joel T Daves, presiding elder.
Asbur.v—G W Farr.
Battle Hill—W T Bell.
Druid Hills—To be supplied.
East Atlanta—Olin King.
English Avenue and Jefferson Street
—VV W Brinsfield; W M Hunton, supply.
Epworth—I W Chalker.
First Church— J S French.
Grace—J O Grogan.
Inman Park- W F Glenn.
Nellie Dodd and South Atlanta—E K
Park Street and Bonnie Brae—J W
Lee: J S Strickland.
Payne Memorial—William Dunbar.
St. James—C V Weathers.
St. John—S B Ledbetter.
St. Luke—M M Walraven.
St. Mark—S It Belle.
St. Paul—J It King.
Trinity - E F Dempsey.
Walker Street—H M Quillian.
Wesley Memorial—Frank Siler.
West Side—M L Harris.
Atlanta Height—J I, Allgood.
College Park—Wallace Rogers.
Decatur—G W Duvall; C A Jamison,
Decatur Circuit—0 C Simmons.
9 East Point and Mission—J C Atkin
Hapeville -P A Kellett.
Kirkwood and East End—C L Bass;
W E Arnold, supply.
Mount Vernon—Felton Williams.
Wesleyan Christian Advocate—M J
Cofer, assistant editor.
Secretary Board of Education—J D
Agent Preachers’ Aid Society—C A
Agent Orphans’ Home—II L Crum
Superintendent Orphans’ Home—J M
Sunday-School Secretary—H L Ed
Secretary Y. M. C. A.—A A Tilley.
Missionary Training School — H L
Missionary to Japan—W P Turner.
General Agent Juvenile Protective
W L Piecro, presiding elder.
Athens—First church, M L Trout
Athens—Oconee Street, A J Sears.
Athens—Young Harris Memorial, G
Athens Circuit—J M Fowler.
Broad River—J N Peacock.
Center Mission —J M Talkington,
Farmington—W A Woodruff.
Green Circuit—J W Taylor.
Greensboro— H W Joiner.
Lexington Circuit—J E Russell.
Little River—A B Sanders.
Madison—J H Mashburn.
Morgan Circuit—A A Sullivan.
Rutledge— J M Crowe.
Sharon—J G Davis; II M Harrison,
Union Point—H J Ellis.
Washington—A M Pierce.
Watkinsville and Whitehall — LA
McLaughlery; one to be supplied.
West Wilkes—E C Marks.
White Plains and Siloam—J D Tur
Winterville—W It McKay.
Wesleyan Female College — W B
ways are caused by broken harness. The
harness that we sell will hold anything on
hoofs. Single or double. Just the harness
you need, and in quality you can depend on.
We keep all pieces of harness, and when in
need of any parts come to us.
BARNESVILLE AND WHITE STAR
BUGGIES, AND WHITE
Get our prices on vehicles, wagons, harness
and horse goods.
H. C. ARNALL MDSE. CO.
B F Fraser, presiding elder.
Augusta—St. John, It J Bigham.
Augusta—St. James, Richard Wil
Augusta—Broadway, L M Twiggs.
Augusta—Asbury, J A Sewell.
Augusta—Woodlawn, G F Venable.
Augusta—St. Luke, J P Erwin.
Culverton—C M Verdell.
Deering—E W Reynolds.
Gracevrood—R L Whitehead.
Grovetown—A M Sprayberry.
Hancock—A D Echols.
Harlem—M S Williams, J B RobinB.
Hephzibah—J R Jones.
Messena—A F Ward.
Norwood—J W Bailey.
Sparta—G M Eakes.
Thomson and Mission—R A Edmond
Thomson Circuit—F R Seaborn.
Warrenton—W R Foote.
Payne College—R L Campbell, pro
W P Lovejoy, presiding elder.
Dalton—First church, J A Timmer
Dalton—Hamilton Street, C S Mar
Adairsville—A L Hutchinson.
Calhoun Circuit—A W Conway, sup
Cartersville—H B Maya.
Chataworth—J C Adams.
Chicknmauga—0 M Ponder.
East Cartersville- H Wills, supply.
Emerson—L B Hughes, supply.
Fairraount—I) P Read.
Kingstun—B H Trammell.
LaFnyette—H S Smith.
LaFayette Circuit—H Green, supply.
Lyerly—J E Rorie.
Murray—Richard P Elrod.
Ringgold- N A Parsons, supply.
Suhilgna—1 ,1 Lovern.
Summerville--E G Thomason.
Trion—H M Strozier.
Tilton—D P Johnston.
Tunnel Hill G II Yarbrough, sup
Whitfield—W L Lyons, supply.
Fletcher Walton, presiding elder.
Elberton -First church, R F Eakes.
Elberton Circuit N A White.
Bowman—W A Simmons.
Carnesville—I II Miller.
Clayton—L II Greene.
Clarkesville—W C Fox.
Commerce—W S Robinson.
Commerce—Broad Street, W A Coop
Cornelia and Demorest—G W Barrett.
Danielsville—George W Turolin.
Hartwell—0 L Kelley.
Hartwell Circuit—J H Pace.
Lincolnton—A M Smith.
Maysville— L P Winter.
Middleton—B II Green.
Royston—W W Gaines.
South Lincoln—P L Rutland.
Toccoa—S R England.
Toccoa Circuit—L E Wright, supply.
L G Johnson, presiding elder.
Gainesville—First church, T J Chris
Gainesville—St. Paul, A F Nunn.
Belton—W R Kennedy.
Bethlehem—C T Ivey.
Buford—S A Harris.
Cleveland—W B Bessant.
Gumming—M B Whitaker.
Dacula T M Luke.
Dahlonega—H D Pace.
Duluth -J W Stipe.
Flowery Branch—Z Speer.
Hall Circuit—J Q L Morgan, sup
Hoschton—J F Davis.
Jefferson—F L Hudson.
Jefferson Circuit—M B Cunningham,
Lawrenceville—C II Branch.
Lugansville—S H Dimon.
Loudsville—John Twiggs, supply.
Monroe—H C Christian.
Monroe Circuit—Arthur Maness.
New Holland—G T Chandler, supply.
Norcross and Prospect—J S L Sap-
Norcross Circuit—F W McCleskey.
North Lumpkin—W R England, sup
Pendergrass—A E Scott.
South Lumpkin—R I* Jackson, sup
Winder—W T Hunnicutt.
J II Eakes, presiding elder.
Griffin—First church, G O Jones.
Griffin—Hanleiter, E M Stanton.
Griffin—Third church and Kincaid,
W P Carmichael
Griffin Circuit—J R Allen.
Barnesville—W T Hamby.
Barnesville Circuit—M K Pattillo.
Culloden and Yatesville—J B Allen.
Fayetteville—I W Keithley.
Flovilla—J A Sprayberry. •
Forsyth—G W Griner.
Forsyth Circuit—E A Ware.
Hampton—J F Mashburn.
Inman—J S Askew.
Jackson—R C Cleckler.
Jenkinsburg—B F Dodson, supply.
Jonesboro—J A Quillian.
Locust Grove—W J DeBardcleben.
McDonough—J E England.
Milner—F R Smith.
Senoia—E W Jones.
Stockbridge—W 0 Butler.
Thomaston—R B 0 England.
Thomaston Mission — L G Bowden,
Zebulon—W II Speer.
.J V/ Quillian, presiding elder.
LaGrange—First church, W T Irvine.
South LaGrange Circuit—G R Whit
St. John and Unity—G L Chastain.
Bowden—V E Lanford.
Chipley—A H S Bugg.
Fairburn—E H Wood.
Franklin—G C Harris.
Glenn—N H Hay, supply.
Grantville and Lone Oak —L W Riv
Greenville and Trinity—J T Robins.
Hogansville and Corinth—J W Turn-
Moreland and Lutherville—T R Ken
Mountville—W A Maxwell.
Newnan—First church, Ford McRae.
Newnan—Lovejoy Memorial, A E
Oakland—T H Maxwell.
Palmetto—G P Gary.
Roopville—W W Benson.
Turin—W S Gaines.
West Point—J G Logan.
West Point Circuit—L L Landrum.
Whitesburg—Z V Hawkes.
Woodbury—J I, Ware.
Agent Superannuate Home W A
Chaplain LaGrange Female College-
W B Dillard, presiding elder.
Marietta First church, J S Erynn.
Marietta—Elizabeth Mills, W S Sew
Acworth—A C Cantrell.
Alphraretta—W D Parrish.
Austell—C F Hughes.
Blairsville—T C Hughes, supply.
Blue Ridge and Morganton—J T
Canton—T J Brannon.
Cobb Circuit—W A Wells.
Dawsonville—R I Johnson, supply.
Ellijay—W O McMullen.
Holly Springs P Z Fretwell, supply.
Jasper and Nelson—W II Clark, one
to be supplied.
Liverpool—To be supplied.
Powder Springs—George L King, jr.
Roswell—J L Hall.
Woodstock—H C Emory.
Young Cane—H A Winburn, supply.
Young Harris—G W Hamilton; W J
Young Harris College—J A Sharp,
District Evangelist—W C Crawley.
C E Dowman, presiding elder.
Oxford—W II LaPrado, jr.
Midway—W F Melton.
Baldwin—B P Searcy.
Clinton—B H Mobley.
Conyers—H F Branham.
Conyers Circuit—J H Sewell.
Covington—W H Cooper.
Eatonton—J T Eakes.
East Putnam—T M Elliott.
Lithonia—W I’ King.
Mansfield—F E Jenkins.
Milledgeviile—S P Wiggins.
Monticello—R M Dixon.
Monticello Circuit—J II Farr.
Newborn—J D Milton.
Porterdale and Covington Mills—Ed
ward C McKay.
Putnam—Lewis B Linn.
Salem—M B Sams.
Shady Dale—D B Cantrell.
Social Circle—W R Branham.
South Baldwin—0 P McDerment,
Stone Mountain—R F Ilodnett.
West Putnam—Augustus Earnest.
Emory College—J E Dickey, presi
dent; W F Melton and It G Smith, pro
Missionary to Hebrews—Julius Ma-
J S Jenkins, presiding elder.
Rome—First church and Pansy Chap
el, C C Jarrell.
Rome—Second church, J F Yar
Rome—South Hroad, E I) Cantrell.
Rome—Second avenue, Irby Hender
Aragon—A P Tate, supply.
Buchanan—J W King.
Carrollton—A W Quillian.
Cedartown—B P Allen.
Cedartown Circuit—P E Buyers.
Dallas—J W Gober.
Everett Springs—J M Mize, supply.
Floyd Circuit—JT Pendley, supply.
Lindale—L Roper, supply.
North Rome—L O Evans.
Polk Circuit—W C Huckaby, supply.
Rock mart—-J O Brand.
Stilcsboro Circuit—W A Harris.
Tallapoosa—E I) Hale.
Villa Rica—C P Marchman.
Waco—To be supplied.
Winston—W J Radcliffe, supply.
Yorkville- T J Owens, supply.
Piedmont Institute—J It Speer, pres
Transferred to Alabama Conference
—I 11 Miller.
Senator Knox of Penm-ylvania, for
mer Attorney-General, was told tha
the Presideni had definitely thrown over
board his amendment to the pending
railroad rat," .ill in the Senate.
“Is tha 1 s .?” asked Senator Knox
“I had hoped it would meet with th<
approval of i ie President. Still it re
minds me o ,i man who stood with hi
finger in h. mouth in front of the res
taurant io Philadelphia where then
were three ureat turtles displayed. H.
was poking about with his other hand
first at one end of one of the turtles
and then at i he other.
“ ‘Here,’ said the proprietor of th.
restaurant, keep away from there o,
you will he hurt.’
“ ‘Hurl?’ .-aid the man, taking hit
finger from his mouth and looking at i
ruefully; ‘I have been hurt already,
am now trying to find out which is hea.
and which is tail of this animal so I cai
tell whether I have been bitten o
stung. ’ ”
P’oley’s Uon-.y and Tar cures cough
quickly, strengthens the lungs and ex
pels colds. Get the genuine in a yellow
package. Sold by all druggistB.
Remedy for the Drug Habit.
In medical and lay circles the an
nouncement made by Dr. Alexander
Lambert, of New York, visitinR physi
cian at Bellevue hospital, professor of
clinical medicine in the Cornel! Medical
College and physician to former Presi
dent Roosevelt, that he has discovered
a speedy cure for the drug habit and
alcoholism has aroused much public in
terest. Men of his profession ure par
The fact that Dr. Lambert is a phy
sician of high repute and a recognized
authority in the matter of specifics
lends credence to his contention that
the most confirmed drug fiends are not
"The obliteration of the craving for
narcotics is not a matter of months or
weeks,’’says Dr. Lambert, “but is ac
complished in less than five days. The
result is often so dramatic that one
hesitates to believe it possible.’’
Here is the specific : Fifteen per cent,
tincture of belladonna, the fluid ex
tract of xanthoxylum, (prickly ash),
and the fluid extruct of hyoscyamus,
mixed in certain proportions.
The cure, according to Dr. Lambert,
can be effected with a minimum of
suffering, and, no matter how long the
patient has been addicted to the habit
or in what quantities he has been ac
customed to take drugs, he will be
placed in the same attitude toward
them as before he fell into the habit.
His health will be in no way impaired
by the treatment or the deprivation of
the drugs. On the contrary, a physio
logical change comes about whereby,
all desire being eliminated, self-confi
dence is restored to the patient and
his system adjusted to do without it.
One way in which this treatment dif
fers from all others is that while the
specific is being administered the drug
of which the patient is a victim is still
taken. For this reason practically all
suffering is absent.
THROW OUT THE LINE.
Give Them Help and Many Newnan
People Will Bo Happier.
“Throw Out the Life Line” —
The kidneys need help.
They’re overworked—can’t get the
poison filtered out of the blood.
They’re getting worse every minute.
Will you help them?
Doan’s Kidney Pills have brought
thousands of kidney sufferers back
from the verge of despair.
Will cure any form of kidney trouble.
J. T. Nolan, 12 First street, Newnan,
Ga., says: “The great relief Doan’s
Kidney Pills gave me is sufficient evi
dence of their worth. For three years
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from this I conclude ! that my kidneys
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Kidney Pills, I decided to try them and
got a box at Lee Bros. ’ drug store.
They improved my condition so much
that I cannot speak too highly in their
For sule by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan’s—and
take no other.
First Boarder—“Don’t you think our
landlady keeps a good table?”
Second Ditto—“If she does she keeps
it to herself !”
A Tonic For
The Whole Family
This 3plendid tonic will keep
every member of your family
in good health. Adults suffer
ing from dyspepsia, or indi
gestion, general exhaustion or
breakdown will find in this
natural tonic renewed health
and strength. Delicate, rapid
ly growing children will find
in this tonic the assistance
their digestive organs need to
get the proper nourishment
and strength from their food.
DR. D. JAYNE S
acts directly on the stomach
and other digestive organs,
toning them up and enabling
them to do their work properly.
In this way it brings about
permanent health and
strength. On the other hand,
ordinary tonics, v'hich give ar
tificial strength by stimulation
and by aupplyingfood material,
are only effective as long as
they are taken.
Sold fry Jill Tirugjjlsts— a
sixes, SOc. and 3Sc.
Take Dr. D. Jayne’a Expectorant
If you want to get rid of your
Cough or Cold.