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The Herald and Advertiser NEW NAN. FRIDAY, NOV. 13. lit ii riisn.HK' V «Mhi ri..i . nf-TKi* r Official Organ of Coweta County. Jfts. K. Brown. KIM* M. Carpenter. BHOWN & CARPENTER, . iHTORfl and pirnLiHMEiw. hoys' i'.orn cu;h makes fish EXHIHIT. Thu <■ xhibit made l)j’ the? County Boys’ Corn Club and by the (lids’ Canning Club at the court-house Wednesday was a splendid one, and attraetfd many vis itors. Both in yield and low cost of production, the exhibit was a revela tion as to the possibilities of Coweta soil, and an inspiration as to what amazing results can be accomplished by improved methods of farming. The ex hibit of the Girls’ Canning Club was equally attractive, and a lesson in do mestic. industry that impressed all who witnessed the display. Below is a list of the prize-winners, together with the prizes awarded, which has been kindly furnished by lion. Garland M. Jones, secretary and treasurer of the county organization— phizes i ok nova’ corn ri.ru, 1914, 1. Largest yield per acre at least cost, updn bottom land; prize, $12 50 cash. Won by Raymond Martin; 97J bushels; cost, 23Jc. bushel. 2. Second largest yield per acre at leant cost, upon bottom land; prize, $5 cash. Won by Kay Lassetter; 91 bush els; cost, 24c. bushel. It. Largest yield tier acre at least cost, U|»n upland; prize, $12.50 cash. Won by Jack Royuton; 94J bushels; cost, 2‘ije bushel. 4, Second largest yield per acre at least cost, upon upland; prize, $2.50 cash and $4 pair of shoes, given by I’. F. Cuttino A- Co. Won by J. It. Lukes; 71 a bushels: coat, 26c. bushel. f>. Third largest yield per acre, upon bottom land; prize $2.50 cash. Won by Thus. Witcher; 79 bushels; cost, 214. bushel. 0. Third largest yield per acre, upon upland; prize $2 50 cash. Won by I,on Bridget ; A bushels; cost, 50c. bushel. 7. Best ten-ear exhibit; prize, $2 cash and 500 lbs. cotton seed meal, givn by Garland M. Jones. Won by Hugh Bridges. 8. Second best ten-ear exhibit; prize, 300 lbs. cotton seed meal, given by Gar land M. Jones. Won by John Henry Cox. 9. Third In st ten ear exhibit; prize, 200 Ibt. cotton seed meal, given by Garland M. Jones. Won by Hubert Arnold. 10. Best written report; prize, $3 hat, given by W. M. Askew. Won by Ho mer Gent ry. 11. Largest profit per acre, outside of other prize-winners; prize, three sacks of - 2 A r, guano, given by M angel- Brannon Co, Won by Hubert Estep; profit, $47.80. 12. Least cost per buslu-l, outside of other prize-winners; prize, two Hacks of commercial fertilizer, given by A. It. Burden & Co. Won by Eugene New man; cost per bushel, 25c. l;’,. Second largest, profit per acre; prize, one Ingersoll watch, given by II. S. Bantu. Won by Goo. Slumps; profit, $34.88. 14 Next least cost per bushel; prize, one year’s subscription by The Herald and Advertiser. Won by Bryan Owens; cost, 28c. per bushel, 15. Least number bushels per acre making full report; prize, full-blooded Berkshire pig, given by W. A. Bran non. Won by llaynie Summers; 13J bushels. Sweepstakes prize; (Cole cup,) given by It I). Cole, to the best percentage record must be won three years as per terms of gift. Won in 1914 by Stonewall Dyer; 103J bushels: cost, 22c. bushel. TIIREKi llof rum OK CENTRAL RAILWAY Best average in Three-Crop Club; prize, $150 short horn hull Won by Sterling Cartnical. I’roltt, $134 24. Next lies! average; prize, $2. Won by Ralph Warren. I’rotlt, $105 19. I’ttlZBS Knit Lines’ CANNING CLUB, 1914 1. Best percentage record in quanti ty, variety and appearance; prize, la thes’ trunk, value $(>; given by I. N. Orr Co. Won by Mish Mary Spradlin. 2. Greatest variety; prize, one black silk velvet hut. value $5; given by Mrs. Lein Adams. Won by Miss Alice Allen. 3. Greatest quantity; prize, $1.50 in cash. Won by Miss Annie Lou Lane. 4. Best general appearance; prize, $1 cash. Won by Miss Mary Lane. 5. I’uir gloves, given by Bonne-Ca pers Co. Won by Miss Mary O'Neal. ti. One year’s subscription liy The Herald and Advertiser. Won by Miss Jewell Glazier. In addition to the premiums in mer chandise, given as alutve named, the following contributions in cash were made: Newnan Banking Co.. $10; H. i’. Arnall Mdse. Co., $5; John It. Cates Drug Co., $5; Coweta National Bunk, $5; J. F. Lee Drug Co.. $5: Manufac turers National Bank. $5; T. G. Far mer Sons Co., $2 50; G. K. I’arks, $2.50; Col. W C, Wright, $2; Col. H. A. Hall, $2; I’arkH A- Arnold, $2; L. A. 1'erdue, $1; L. Turner, $1; J. D. Brewster, $1. Total, $19. The cash prizes above given amount to $47, leaving $2 in hand, which will 1 be used to pay in part the expense nee- essary in arranging exhibit of Coweta County Boys’ Corn Club at the Atlan ta Corn Show. Respectfully, Garland M. Jones, Sec'y and Treas. It Really Does Relievo Rheumatism Everybody who is atllicted with rheu matism in any form should by all means keep a bottle of Sloan's liniment on hand. The minute you feel pain or sore ness in joint or muscle, bathe it with Sloan's liniment. Do not rub it. Sloan’s penetrates almost immediately right to the seat of pain, relieving the hot, ten der, swollen feeling and making the part easy and comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan’s liniment for 25c of anv druggist and have it in your house against colds, sore and swollen Joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your money hac< it not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Coweta Man Heads Movement to Get Belgian Immigrants. ! Atlanta Ooririan. An invitation to the Belgian refugees to come and find shelter in Georgia and ! a livelihood on Georgia farms is we j worth the consideration of Georgia peo ple, in the opinion of R. F. Shedden. Mr. Shedden was one of the first ex ponents rf apian to bring ci'izens of i the war ravaged country to Georgia, and because of his activity lias been appointed chairman of the Atlanta del egation to a State-wide conference ’n Atlanta on Nov. 24 to consider plans .for bringing desirable citizens from Belgium to Georgia. Mr. Shedden, who has given the idea considerable thought, discussed it fully Tuesday. "Belgians are to day without a coun try; it the country is restored the thrif ty farmers will have no homes, no means of sustenance until they can re pair their fortunes, and no stock on which to build. They are dumped on France and England, two nations which themselves have staggering burdens in the way of caring for the poor and in conducting a gigantic war. "Here in America is freedom and peace and opportunity for them. In re turn, their habits of industry and their knack of enlarging the productive power of land, should make them val uable residents. "It is likely that the railroads of Georgia would be glad to aid in finding places for them on small farms. "And there are many individual land- owners who would consider a proposi tion to divide their plantations into smaller farms and to welcome these new tenants, offering them the neces sary advances and leniency as to rent. "I, for instance, have a farm near Raymond, in Coweta county, that pasi- ly could be sub-divided for these people of small farms and intensive farming. 1 should be glad to advance them tin* things that are necessary, in view of their impoverished condition. "For Georgia the work would be fine philanthropy, combined with good bus iness judgment. It is not a matter of luring the Belgians from their homes, because their homes are ruined. It is a matter of offering homes to a strick en people, offering them an opportunity to re-establish themselves, and inciden tally enhancing our own productiveness and farm values. “There would be no danger of glut ting the labor market. We who have agricultural interests know how difficult it is to obtain labor when it is necessa ry, and we should welcome these indus trious white farmers. Their coming would not make the negro problem more difficult.’’ Byrd-Grimes. LaCrtingc Re porter. At the Baptist church in Mountville, on Oct. 28, occurred uiwcdding of much interest to this and the surrounding communities. Th • wedding ceremor.y was impressively read by Dr. Richard Blalock of LaGrangc, uniting Rev. J. C. Grimes of Boston, Ga., and Miss Ellie Ruth Bvrd in the solemn bonds of wedlock. The wedding was planned as a “chrysanthemum wedding,” and a color scheme of white and yellow pre vailed. Preceding the entrance of the bridal party delightful music was rendered by Mrs. Avant Partridge, followed bv two songs, "Because’’ and "I Love You,’’ by Mr. E. P. Loo of Macon, a special friend and classmate of Mr. Grimes. The bridal party entered to the strains of "Mendelsshon’s Wedding March,’’ rendered by Mrs. Partridge on piano, and accompanied on violin by Eric Garden, of St. Marks. The bride was attended by her maid of honor, Miss Mary Jane Woodward, costumed in a handsome frock of yellow and bearing a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums. They were tnet at the.altar by Rev. J. C. Grimes attended by his best man, Mr. George Pierce I’urtridge. The bride never looked so lovely as decked in her bridal robes of white satin and lace. She carried her favorite flow ers, white chrysanthemums. Her veil was caught with tube roses and ferns. The bride is a charming young woman, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Byrd. She is a great favorite with both old und young in our community, and will be greatly missed from Mount ville. Mr. Grimes is a most worthy young man, a graduate of Mercer University and a rising young minister at Boston. Our best wishes follow them to their new home. Strength for Motherhood MOTITERHOGD is not a time for experiment, but for proven qualities, and nothing jexceeds the value of good cheer, needful exercise and SCOTT’S EMULSION. SCOTT’S EMULSION charges the blood with life-sustaining richness, suppresses nervous conditions, aids the quality and quantity of milk ~ and insures sufficient fat. irA.\ . It* COD UVER OIL teed. t},« very life cells. Its LIME and SODA help eeoid rickets end make teething easy. 11-tC Avoid Substitutes. No Alcoho TT * BOWNE, BLOOMFIttP. M J. An Active Liver Means Health If you want good health, a clear com plexion and freedom from dizziness, constipation, biliousness, headache and indigestion, take Dr. King’s New Life Pills. They drive out fermenting nr.d undigested fond, clear the blood and cure constipation. Only 25c at your druggist’s. Unclaimed Letters. The following list of unclaimed let ters will be sent to the Division of Dead Letters, if not called for within two weeks: J F Arnold, Alb Ambrus, Mrs. C Bennett, Lewis, E H Chambless, Searnia Cocho, Chollih Crow. Marthand Gay, Mary Garrett, Grover Hawkins, Eva Huliiis, William S Keens, Henry Kiser, Smith Laurence, Soyere Mathews, J H Maddox, Ada Maywater, T D McClure, Henry Meriwether, Maude Owens, May Parten, Owen Pigmon, W G Pymorc, Mr. and Mrs. E II Ramey, C Simpson. Alice Tomons, Mortice Williams, J II West. To avoid delay in delivery have your mail addressed to street and number, box number, R. F. D. number or gen eral delivery. In calling for the above, please say ‘ ’advertised. ’ ’ Susie M. Atkinson, P. M. The girl who is a good cook usually deserves a better husband than she gets. Try This For Your Cough. Thousands of people keep coughing because unable to Ret the right remedy. Coughs are caused by inflammation of throat and bronchial tubes. What you need is to soothe this inflammation. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, it pene trates the delicate mucous lining, raises the phlegm and quickly relieves the congested membranes. Get a 50c bottle from your druggist. "Dr. King's New Discovery quickly and completely stop, ped my cough,” writes J. R. Watts- Floydale, Texas. Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always helps. Boll Weevil on March, and Travel ing Fast. Atlanta Constitution. "1 have sent an investigator to De catur and Early counties, which are immediately across the Chattahoochee river from those counties in the State of Alabama now heavily infested with the boll weevil, to make an examina tion of the cotton in those counties and report to the department of entomo logy if the boll weevil has entered thi3 State." This is the statement made Saturday morning by E. L. Worsham, State En tomologist, who is doing the "watchful waiting” for the Department of Agri culture with reference to this insect which promises such great destruction to the cotton crop of Georgia when it does enter this State. “Due to the recent frost,” continued Dr. Worsham, “much of the cotton has been killed and the boll weevil in search of food will now travel much faster than heretofore, and it will not he at all surprising to learn that the boll weevil is a reality in Georgia* at last.” Dr. Worsham has issued a series of interesting bulletins to the farmers of Georgia indicating how best the weevil may be fought. In, this cam paign he has the co-operative assistance of the Cotton Seed Crushers’ Associa tion of Georgia, whose membership is largely in South Geo gia and are co operating with the farmers in every way possible to stave n(f the insect, which will do so much damage to the cotton and const quently to the cotton seed. The interest in the five stock in dustry has hecn thoroughly aroused and the demand for cotton seed meal, both at home and abroad, is greater than ever in the history of the South. Ex portations abroad are expected to be resumed shortly. Don't Delay Treating Your Cough A plight cough often becomes serious, lungs get. congested, bronchial tubes fill with mucous. Your vitality is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. It soothes the irritated air passages, loosens tnueous and makes your system resist colds. Give the babv tun! chil dren Dr. Bell’s Pire-Tar-Honey. It’s guaranteed to help them. Only 25c. at your druggist’s. When a man savs he was driven to drink he always insinuates that some woman handled the ribbons. Virtue is its own reward, but even an angel blows his own horn. State of Ohio. City of Tontino, i Lucas County. > BS- Frank J. ( henry makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney &. Co., doing? business in the city of Toledo, eounty and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each anti every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Ca tarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres ence, this tlth day of December. A. D. tftSfi. , A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. .1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. New Advertisements. OLD COINS WANTED. raid for U. S. Eagle cents dated 185G; keep all mon ey dated before 1595, anti Hi*nd 10c t»t once for now illustrated coin value book; it may mean your fortune. W. CORMAN, West End I*. O.. Atlanta. Ga. $4.25 Each Application for Twelve Months' Support. GEORGIA—Coweta County: The return of the appraisers sotting apart twelve months’ support to the family of Taylor Jackson, deceased, having been filed in my office, all per sons concerned are citisl to show cause by the first Monday in December. 1914. why said applica tion for twelve months’ support should not be granted. This Nov. G. 1914. Prs f«*e. $,'1. L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary. Application for Leave to Sell. GEORGIA- Coweta County: .1. R. Copeland, administrator on the estate of \V. S. Copeland, deceased, having applied to the Court of Ordinary of said county for leave to sell the title, equity and interest of the estute of de ceased in certain lands, all persons concerned are required to show cause in said Court by the first Monday in December next, if any they can. why snid application should not be granted. This Nov. 12. 1914. Pra. fee. S3. L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary. Notice of First Meeting of Creditors' In the District Court of the Unitinl States for the Northern District of Georgia. No. in Bankruptcy. In re A. \V. Hopkins. Bankrupt: To th»* creditors of the above-named person of Grantville. Ga.. in the county of Coweta and dis trict aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the Tth dav of No vember. 1914, the said person was duly adjudica ted bankrupt; and that the first meeting of credi tors will be held in the Court-house in Newnan. Ga., on November 21. 1914, at 9 o'clock a. m.. at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bank rupt and transact such ether business as may properly come before said meet ini?. ALVAN D. FREEMAN. Referee in Bankruptcy. Newnan. Ga., Nov. 9. 1914. Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. In the District Court of the United State* for the Northern District of Georgia. No. in Bankruptcy. In re J. E. Kohn. Bankrupt: To the creditor# of the above-named person of Newnan. Ga . in the county of Coweta and district aforesaid, n bankrupt: Notice is hereby driven that on the9th day of No vember. 1914. the said person was duly adjudica ted bankrupt, and that the first meeting of credi tors w ill be held at the Court-house in Newnan on the 21st day of November. 1914. at 9 o’clock a. m.. at which t»me the said creditors may attend, prove their claiinv. appoint a trustin', examine the bank rupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meetimr. ALVAN D. FREEMAN, Referee in Bankruptcy, Newnan. Ga.. Ncv. 10. 1914. Newnan Millinery Parlors OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE JUST A REMINDER THAT Saturday is DOLL/m DM ¥ And we will have on hand to show you another brand new assortment of the very newest ideas in (Jntrimmed Shapes FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN And remember these verv interestino- values are for this j o OXE DAY ONLY. Next week the prices on these partic ular items will be advanced to their regular standard. Also, some new and strikingly smart models in trimmed hats, and the saving our prices insure will surprise you. Ev ery wanted shape, material, color, shade, combination is here. Other Special Values -IN- Shapes and Trimmings AT 50 CENTS Newnan Millinery Parlors NO. 10 GREENVILLE ST. Legal Notices. Letters of Administration. GEORGIA—Coweta County: Gallic Tolbert having applied to the Court of Or dinary of said county for letters of administration on the estate of Wesley S. Tolbert, deceased, all persons concerned are required to show cause in said Court by the first Monday in December next, if any they can. why said application should not be granted. This Nov. 5,1914. Prs. fee, $5. L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary. Letters of Administration. GEORGIA—Coweta County : Z. Greene having applied to the Court of Ordi nary of said county for letters of administration on the estate of Mrs. M. C. Arnall, deceased, all per sons concerned are required to show cause in said Court by the first Monday in December next, if any they can. why said application should not be granted. This Nov. 5. 1914. Prs. fee, $3. L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary. Letters of Administration. GEORGIA—Coweta County : Susan V. Cannon having applied to the Court of Ordinary of said county for letters of administra tion on the estate of Mrs. Annie Watts, deceased, all persons concerned are required to show cause in saki Court by the first Monday in December next, if any they can. why said application should not be grunted. This Nov. 5, 1914. Pra. fee. $3. L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary. Application for Leave to Sell. GEORGIA—Coweta County: Ira H. Bennett, administrator de bonis non on tin* estate of Rufus Page, deceased, having ap plied to the Court of Ordinary of said county for ienvo to sell the lands of said deceased, all persons concerned are required to show cause in said Court by the first Monday in November next, if any they can. why said application should not be grunted. This Nov. 5, 1914. Prs. fee, $3 L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary. Notice to Debtors and Creditors. GEORGIA—Coweta County: Notice is hereby given to all creditors of the es tate of Mrs. M. E. Trammell, late of said county, deceased, to render in an account of their de mands to the undersigned, properly made out, within the time prescribed by law; and all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make im mediate payment. This Nov. G. 1914. Prs. fee, $3.75. J. W. TRAMMELL, Administrator. Notice to Debtors and Creditors. GEORGIA—Coweta County: Notice is hereby given to all creditors of the es tate of Dr. J. W. Hogg, late of said county, deceased, to render in an account of their demands to the undersigned within the time prescribed by law, properly made out; and all persons indebted to said estate are hereby requested to make imme diate payment. This Oct. 23.1914. Prs. fee, $3.75. MRS. MAGGIE P. HOGG. Administratrix. Notice to Debtors and Creditors. GEORGIA—Coweta County: Nolice is hereby given to all creditors of the es tate of Frank H. Hubert late of said county, deceased, to render in an uccount of their de mands to the undersigned within the time pro scribed by law. properly made out; and all persons indebted to said estate are hereby requested to make immediate pavment. This Oct. 8. 1914. Prs foe. $3.75. H. O HUBERT. Administrator. Mail all notices to Harlem. Ga. Notice to Debtors and Creditors. GEORGIA—Coweta County: All creditors of the estate of Peter B. Murphey. late of Coweta county. Ga., deceased, are hereby notified to render in their demands to the under signed according to law: and all persons indebted to said estate are required to make immediate payment. Present claims and muke payme nt to H.*H North. Newnan. Gs. This Nov. G. 1914 Pra. fee. $3.75. PAULINE B. MURPREY. W. .1. MURPHEY. H. H. NORTH. Executors. H ITTING The High Cost of Living C. Good groceries and honest weights solve the high cost problem. You get what you pay for here, and you get the best of what you order. My idea is to help you. C. I have the best stock of groceries in town— both in quality and variety. I have the best organized store service in town, and, above all, I have the disposition to please you. C. Fresh fish, oysters and celery every Friday and Saturday S W INT Executor’s Sale. GEORGIA—Coweta County: By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordina ry of Coweta county. Ga., I. as the executor of the last will and testament of A. B. Brown, late of said county, deceased, will sell at public out cry. before the court-house door in Newnan, Ga., between the legal hours of sale, on the first Tues day in December. 1914. 145 acres, more or less, of lot of land No. 125, in the Fourth district of said county, and being the place whereon the said de ceased lived at the time of his death, and bounded as follows: On the north by VV. L. Crowder, on the east by J. C. Jackson, on the south by J. T. Cash, and on the west by W. L. Crowder and G. T. and G. H. Martin. Terms ok Sale.—One-third cash, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years, with inter est at S per cent, from date of sale on deferred payments, purchaser to have the option of paying all cash. This Nov. G, 1914. Prs. fee, $5.82. J. L. BROWN. Executor. Notice to Debtors and Creditors. GEORGIA-Coweta County: Notice is herehy given to all creditors of the es tate of Mrs. Frances M. Doran, late of said coun ty. deceas»xi, to render in an account of their de mands to me within the time prescribed by law. properly made out; and all persons indebted to snitl deceased are heteby requested to make imm- diate payment to the undersigned. This Nov. 2. 1914. Pra. fee, $3 75. MRS. MARY LANDERS. Administratrix of Frances M- Doran, dec’d. (Posto&ce R. F. D. 1. McCollum. Gil) Sheriff’s Sale for December. GEORGIA—Coweta County: Will be sold before the Court-house door in New nan, Coweta county. Ga.. on the first Tuesday in December next, between the legal hours of sale, to the highest and best bidder, the following de scribed property, to-wit: A certain tract of land in the original Tirst (now Turin) district of Coweta county, being the south half of lot No. 91, and containing one hun dred one and one-quarter (101 tj) acres, more or less, the line dividing the south half from the north half of said lot to commence at a rock set at a point midway of the west line of said lot and run east to the midwny point of the east line of said lot—said lot having been fixed as the south- cat-1 c irner of A. S. Carmical’s land at a point hall-way to the west line of said lot No. 91. and bounded as follows: On the east by Mrs. Howell and W. C. Ragsdale, on the south by J. A. Hun ter anti Mrs. Ragsdale, and on the west by Green Mitchell place. Levied on as the property of W. C. Ragsdale to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from the City Court of Newnan in favor of Edgar Domi nick vs. the said W. C. Ragsdale. Defendant in fi. fa. notified in terms of the law. This Nov. 5, 1914. Pra. fee. $7.35. J. D. BREWSTER. Sheriff. City Tax Notice Please call and pay your tax for the year 1914, due Oct. 1. Books now open; will close Dec. 1, 1914. Pay early and avoid the rush. J. P. SHACKELFORD, Clerk. City Registration Notice Notice is hereby given that the registration books will be opened at the Council Cham ber, in Newnan, on the 26th day of October, 1914, for the registration of citizens quali fied to vote in the election to beheldonthe first Saturday in December, 1914. Said regis tration books will remain open until November 25, 1914. This October 21, 1914. J. P. SHACKELFORD, City Clerk.