THE NEWHAN NEWS.
1 Muted Every WedneatUy-
H. T. FAIN, Editor and FubWeher.
Weekly New*, On* Year
Weekly Newr, M» Mmiil r
Weekly New*. Th:*c Momh.
TKHMH. <: ASH IN ADVA N'T
(0 Hll PLQPLL Of SttkAA*. A VO C0WII4 , friend* of the News t>hoo!d be me
, In sucoeeding Mr. P. T. McCut«!i*-fi \
I as editor mid publisher of The New'.inn j
i Ncwv it is fitting tliat the midersign«l j
slioold first tlin.uk ti nt talented and
‘ genial brother of the foniili estate lor
th< gracefully complimentary introduc
tion to the people of the city and county
which he gave r ’■ in last w *•'*!> - New s in
his final editorial utterance in this pa
Mr. MoOntohcu linn won msny friends
aware of its pros]x:etR aud pious fi>r the
fr.tore: and if they will await patiently
the consummation of these plans, we
promise them a county newspaper of
which they will not Is- ashamed, after
tliew> plan* shall have be-tu carefully
TMAMvS. TO OLR COVHWPOfUm
in this week's issue r>f the Newnan
News Mr. K T. McCntcheu aunonnees
his retirement from the editoriul mnu-
>ire You Wise?
’Phone No. 20.
tmci UP-STAIRS HI THE WILCOXM BLDG.
(food by* , David Bennett Hil
during bis career ns < ditor and publisher agement ol that pajs-r. He will be euc-
, of the News and the readers of this pa- ceodetlbyMr. ,7. T. Fain, formerly edi-
lier mid the poople of the city and conn- tor of tho Walton Tribune, published at
ty iu general feel that his retirement j Monroe, Ga Mr, Fain is an experienced
, from jonrttallsm is a distinct loss to the newspaper man and a clever gentleman,
] profession in this State. The people of j a nd we extend to him fraternal greet-
Newnan and Coweta, however, will he ingn:—Newnan Herald and Advertiser.
pleased to learn that Mr MeOotHien
will remain a oitir-en of this city.
The business of editing and publish
ing acounty weekly uowHpn|ier is on*'
1 m which the journalist and a large nia-
! jority of his patrons oome into personal
j contact and exceedingly close relations.
The News Inis
< otlou yt t
tmt burned any * 1 itw i
1EORGIA—C* w*.tn County.
Mi - Alice V. Novell. Oiumiinn Easi*-P. *
A Ivan Freeman
Ves ours are
lv| entiH*ky Mules
wi ll. havltlg npplied to the
For thi* reason, we may be pardoned if Court of ordinary **f said Comity ter Letters
' . , j of Dismission all persons concerned ar*
Pop Dodge's aognoinon n- i»jij;ro-
jiriott and lie "live, up to Ins ir.un
Tim inventor of 1hc "gold brick is
dead, hut bis invention goes mnrehing
w<* make ol this introductory statement
n ]K!rsonal talk to the iieoplu ol Newnan
and (lowetaCounty In severing a con
nection ol severni y am duration with
an established newspaper property in
one of tjio progressive towns and
wealthy comities ol Georgia, to enter a
new and strange field we were a t tinted
only by the desire to transfer our efforts per*
,ulr.-*l to **l**ov 1-nr.si m said I'ourt by tin’ first
&i*ndny in February te xt t any they mil. why
said npplicuti-.: -Inr.ilil tmt 1«- grunted. Thi-
.Thu. It*Ci. L. A PERDT'E.
Pt> fc* ?y Ordinary.
Orr & Powell
UbOHOlA *' \vet» County
V. A. Hiun, iTtinrilinn iif Enimi’ Cii-nie Hhih
and Mary Lm-ile Hum. miner- having Hp]ili id
to th* < inert of Ordinary d *nid County for
l.’tei-s of dismission fron I:.- -aid trust, nil
rued are n-quired to show
i , . ■ . . i-ause in -aid Court by the first Monday in
Probably Fort Gaines wu* only try- to A brooder field of action and one o) February next, if any tln-y *-nti, why -aid ap
lug for a position in the Jim
item Port Aithin
tip morn promise for the future than the
one in which we had been laboring.
Wo are in Newunn, engaged in news-
One way to scour. high priced cotton i P"l*‘ r Polishing, because we regard it
is to invite Ool. p Weevil to visit every , ■« the most promising weekly newspa-
cotton producing Kate. ! I™ field iu the H, ' nt0 A cit * of Nt,w ‘
plication should in*t l"
This .ian. Win.
Pr*. fi-i fit
L. A Pen DUE,
i Ird inary.
LEAVE TO SELL
The Cznr of Htissm is (juit< willing
for lus people to have all the rights lie
deesw’t want for himself.
The greut trouble about reducing the
<r kohoi *, CiiwcU Count v.
Mrs.Hohh E. Lester, administratrix of K-tatu
of I., I, I.ester. dis-t-Hsi-d. having applied to the
Court of Ordinary o. said county for leuve to
I , , , , Neli the lauds of saia deceased, all pers*ins <-on-
• nan S sive ana ooniiner'ial importance, ; ( ,.|-n*d an- required to show muse In said court
j filled with Newna
spirit of energy and aggi
surrounded by a county of ('oweta's
magnificent resouroos, is the kind of
| field iu wliiol) a progressive newspaper
man delights to cast his lot and direct
o u i-iiBviLfteristie by thu first Monday iti rebruarynext. if
n h iifltacti.riMK ,^,. y W | ly -aidTappi'ratiot, should n
lggressiveness, Olid granted. Ties Jan. •: iO'j.
it- j n- <a.
i. A. PstimiK.
NOTICE TO DEHTidG AND • HEDITOK--.
(ii.oHoiA Coweta County.
All persons bavins- demands against the
" " ; 1UIU1 tiengiUH t,o crhi iiim lutanu uiiuuvi All persons bavins-demands against the
rotten crop is tllllt almost every farmer I , , 111 sn, h a field there is the , lB,t ‘ of Mr *' W. E Vines, late of said eounty
1116 energies. Ill suui aueiu i-ueie i» mu Hreheraby notified to render in then
wants to increase the sittc of his crop
At tins time next week a majority of
those persons who "swore off ou Jan.
1st will he ready to "swear ou" again.
already tipenod harvest to be garnered demands to the undersigned aecordinp
, \r .. .. . , and all persons indebted lo said s-itBte
today and f tie ocrtAinty of greater har
vests to ripen for tomorrow’s reaping.
Now, as to wlint wo propose to do:
In taking ohnrge o1 the News, the
new editor aud publisher will make no
high sonndiug proclamations or prom
ises His past experieu e and small
successes ns a practical newspaper man,
The News wishes all the people of j «re at least agnamuteo of the fact that
Mr. Hclinwb hns put chaw-l a pair of
|M)shoes It is believed tliat Mr. Law-
son has In in walking the four iu them.
quired to make immediate jiay ment.
Till- Nov S, lWM. Wx. H. Bahkieoii.
Adrar. Mr«. W E. Vinea, dec'd.
Briefly .this explains why we arc here. -
J 1 UBK1. lOR DIVORCE.
Etta 0. B.ngUaiu , Coweta Superior Court,
Mr cell Term.
he defendant in the
Nowuiui and Coweta 5^'ounty a happy
and pri-ailerons twelve nir>*<*‘ during
It is no" evident that certain g- nth •
men who want* d Sonthern planters to
produce (l big rop of cotton do not
want to pay -i lug pric* for it
The liiissinn Baltic fleet recently nr-
lived at (’ap*' Good Hope. This was the
first time a Kussinn fleet lias tiv* r ‘Iichii
anywhere in the neighborhood of Hope
.lulu R. Bingham I
To.Tab* R. Bingham,
above stated cam :
You are hereby commanded tube and ap
peal at the next, tepm of-aid Superior Court,
to lie held In and for said County of Coweta,
on the tirat JMonday in Mareli, 1UH5. then and
there t<* answer the ltlaintiff in n llhel for total
divorce, a- in <b fault of -tn-li app. nranc*- the
Co,.:-'will proceed thereon as to justice may
ws and place it oil the imp* rtni... Wanes- the Honorable R- W.
' I rif'i-iftii «'t -ina Court, tins imm*. .11.
]WM. J HJHNKK, rl»*r)i
And David Bennett Hill has retired
from politics' Well, tbev be those
who dale Dave's votiivnionl from « lime I
further back than Jan. >, !))d r
The shortest days ol last yeui weic
those of the week preceding (Mir stinus,
1ml the ' shortest days of last year
were tlinsc of the week after Christmas.
Chief Engineer Wallace wants to
build tin Pauauia- anal "on tile level."
lie should know dial hat few jobs are
overdone for tin government "on the
Burning cotton is ,,ust like burning
money. Honthem farmers should not
act so foolishly, lit tier sell your cot-
lou for live cents, f cotton should go to
he will labor dlligeutly »
to improve the
very highest plane of county journal
ism. We shall endeavor to make the
News a COUNTY NEWSPAPER in the
highest and best sense a stimulus to
the progress of the city and county
along all linen of legitimate endeavor.
The Nows will advocate all tilings mid
champion all movements looking to the
development, of Newnan and Coweta
County along nil lines of moral, mental
'and material progres- and, although
, the News nfineuoe mnv he limited, the
1 weight of that inCaeiroc, whatever it
, may be, will always be thrown into the
; balances on the side ot Tight (as viewed
from its edit-oi's point of vi> vv) and for
tlu- best iuterpsts ol all the people of
this city and county.
With these words ot introduction to
tie- people of Newnan and Coweta
oonuty-— which will be followed, from
time to tiniu, by similar words in refer-
1 eii.-e to the News plans and purposes—
wc wish thorn all a year of boundless
prosper ty and happiness during 1 tK>5,
assuring them that the editor of the
New- will always be. during his con
nection with this paper.
Yours to serve,
J. T. Fain.
Underselling * Store!
LIBEL P«>K DIVORCE
i In *.'ovvi-tn 8up< rior
^ Court March
tin- iletenilant in tin
( hat-lc- S. Drake
Tu Vlmrlea S. lirnk
aliuVe “tnteil <-ii-e. I
You are hen-by onnmiBmled to 1 *■ and ap
pear at tin- next term of -niil Superior Court, |
to lie lp-ld In and tor-aid County of Cowetii. j
. on the first Monday in Marcih, look, then and
, there to answer flio nlnintifl ina tihel for
total divorce, mh in default of such appcnnuii’c j
the Court will pr*n-< *-l tlu-raon U“ to justlc* ,
may appertain. Witne-s the H*itioi-al-le R. W -
Kreeiiu.i:. Judy*- < t -Bid Court, (his Doc. kl.
HUM. L. TURNER. Chik. I
notice to debtors and creditors.
(?r.ifituia, Ciovnta County.
All person- havilit: tli-maiid- ayutn-t tin i-
latc of A. W Hill, late of -aiil eounty
deceased, are In reliy notified tnr-nder in their
dv nands to the niidersiantsl uceordinp to law
. and all person- indehte-1 to -aid c“tat* . ar*- n
! iiuirtsl to make ininmUiai* payment.
I Thi- Nov s U*04.
vv B. Oku,
Ai’.mini-trator A. VV. Hill, deceased
We are go-
goods 1 »y C)
A big line of s;u
nators, Hosiery, 1
It is useless I
pie <lrv goods,
than you expi
and see for yoi
Sltoes for everyone-'
And rernenil)er we ai
tom and Bostonian li
•»*« «>tit all of our woo] dress
s at prices that will surprise
ispet;t our line before you
can be .bund
i everything in suspenders, Fasci-
Wool Vests, which will please you..
) say anything about our sta-
know our prices are lower
\ isit the Underselling Store
ren, men, women, and the masses
agents for Hodman's Black Bor-
ade shoes for men.
sek on Demand!
cols for winter supplies
educed prices at the lIn-
J. W. J ling & Son
COMPLAINT FOR LAND.
Mrs. Mary Floyd , In Coweta Superior
vs Court. Sept. Term
William B.Swearing*r ) IV'C*.
To William B.Swearinger, defendant in the
ahoy*’ state.1 ease-.—Yon are hereby command-
i-d to he and appear at the next term of th*- -aid
Superior Court, to be held in and for said
County, on the first Monday in March, IihV.,
then and there to answer the plaintiff's com
plaint. In default the Court will pro-
i-eed thereon »- to justice may appertain.
Witness the Hon. H. W. Freeman.. Judge of
suid Court, this 4tliday of Jany. lWJd.
L. TURNER. Clerk.
The Pi r Grocers.
trust ibe leaders nuil baainoss
APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT
i GEORGIA—Coweta County.
TlfttrotlB of the News Will be lenient with To the Honorable Secretary of state oflia.:
1 The petition of The Coweta Bank respect-
I'lvuct-t ('amp, poet
of the Dublin ooudaot of the uewlnoiiogement an-j f u |i, B how».
Times, Inis "done goue and got mar-
rttd.” After the honeymoon is over
perhaps Ernest will sing his songs in
minor k< y
l)r i'bndwick says the fair (.'a* t has
duped h.m. That incident evidently
oooorred about the time the Pootor aud | 1h . 0 x ]Wt „d
fWsie vv* r. hitched np in donblt lmr 1
,il tlLBVftOi.lil'o '-aBttleil (tnwii " 1- That it is a corporation duly incorTKir-
til Wt nr* tlMiTOngliiy sett tea now U. , a ted by the Legislature of the State of Geor-
More or less flictiou lUld discord is al-! Ria, that its principal office and place of busi
ness ia at Newnan. Ge*irRia.
That the character of the business of
ways occasioned in a newspaper office
by a change iu management, and there 1 5^ n ™ por,,ion is ,hat of ^neraV banking
U. That the oricinal
is no reason to suppose that the News!
will prove nn exception to this rule,
j Therefore, il the public will bear with
, us for a few weeks, good service may
The. Nows' is Imre to do business, as n j
newspaiwr and u its job printing de-
partinent: iu'd ns the plant, in size and |
The New York World says fl.'KM halos conditioii. is busatisfnotory to tlie new
of cotton wer* burned at Fort Gaines.
Georgia dm lb's sftv only one ha)*- was
burned. That loue bale of cotton cer
taiuly di«l reft.'h • normons proportions
by Hie tim- n* ws < t it. Imrnr g reached
New Y*n ii City.
management lor these purposes, many
changes will K made As soon as tho ^ ft'®#
liarti-r was granted by
i the Legislature dt the State of Georgia and
approved on October -4,1KST.
4. That said charter has nev* r been amend-
5. That it d*>sir*-s to amend its i-harter. ami
I it-* stockholders and directors have taken
proper action directing tliat this be done.
0. That the am-indinents desired are ns
lai That the name of this corporation be
changed from The Coweta Bank to that of
! "l armers and Traders Bank."
(b) That, the said corporation he moved from
I Newman. Ga.. to the City ot' Atlanta. Fulton
County. Ga.. wihieh shall be the principal office
* J of a majority
We are now
Fancy and fan!
Our stock is b
we can easily an*
Tin* N> w- is th- official to wspaper ol
Ouweta ('onnty ivii*i all legal ndv* rtming
it* |)mit»nt u) » M .'!mur?. '■ 1 » v u tiu*t
t)f «mtt Kllti k li< ritUt‘Il I N k ’
tuitl ufTv -1 Tv* t J 1 - v.. t ' ' ' 'C tor »'*1 ! N K‘ w *
a cuutltv ' v. “Jai's. 1 j H -
iiteessary arrangements \ui he made
new plant will bi
i't the News will be increased to six
**oluintis • ,g)’t jaiget- One of the most
ooimilet-’. ot p: mtoig plants in this sec
tion < d th*
N- ws o', i a
Ini' ness ... .
That attached hereto marked "Exhibit I
, a eurt-tfled copy of the proceedings uf ita I
ns'talled and the sue.; stockholders authorizing th* amendments de
sired. , „ , , . !
H i hati.ttiu-h.il Iu r* to mark.-d "Exhibit
B" is a certified copy < f th* pr«x-e**dinRS of its I
Board of Dinvto-s authorizing the amend- j
monte desired . I
9‘ That, as so amoiuh-ti, oi* t’n« ir rights. ]
mnvers and privileges granted by its charter .
la» i-atitiixl ami eonfirnusL and stand and i *-
main in full force. .
It). Petitioners pixiy that this application la- :
tibxl amt recorded in the offlee of the Honor
able >'■ r.-tnrv of Stilt* ns provided by law ;
Ii* -poetfully snbmittiKl. ;
The cow. ra Hank. I Centrally Locate').
,v.1“ installed in tho
: at deji.irtnieut of the
N p-.-si il f.i tho front
• * ,d - • litiblieniion
: !V! 1*4
11 ’ l
Si W 1). M.A S I KY. I'r* -:«!« M
’ quarters at Far-
i better prepared
ae Cigars and Tobacco.
st we have ever had, and
•kly supply your eating
e Your Wants.
IS & Co.
" sine and Service Unexcelled