No Matter What Doc
tors Say—We Know
That Heart Trou
ble in Many
Cases Can Be
There ere seven main features ol
heart disease, vlx.: (1) Weakness or
Debility; (2) Rheumatism or Neuralgia;
<3) Valvular Disorder; (4) Dilation;
(6) Enlargement; (6) Fatty Degenera
tion; (7) Dropsy.
Documentary evidence will prove
thousands of so-called ••Incurables'’ have
been absolutely cured by Dr. Miles’
New Heart Cure.
Patients often have no Idea their dis
ease Is heart trouble, but ascribe It to
Indigestion, Liver Complaint, etc.
Here arc some of the symptoms:
Shortness of breath after exercise.
Bmotherlng Spells. Pain in Chest, left
Shoulder and arm. Discomfort in Lying
on one side. Fainting Spells. Nervous
Cough. Swelling of Feet and Ankles.
Paleness of Face and Lips. Palpitation.
Nightmare. Irregular Pulse.
"I have great faith in Dr. Miles’ New
Heart Cure, and speak of its merits
whenever Opportunity presents. 1 can
now go up und down stairs with cuse,
where three weeks ago 1 could hardly
wnlk one block.” One year later.—"1
am still In B 0 °d health; the Heart Cure
«lld so much for me. that 1 Und it a far
greater medicine thnn you claimed It
1<> be.”—S. 1>. YOUNG. D. D.. C97 North
Pino St., Natchez, Miss.
Money hack if first bottle falls to benefit.
TyXIT?!? Write us and we will mall
J’ RLXj you a Free Trial Package of
Dr. Miles’ Antl-Paln Pills, the New,
Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symp
tom Plank for our Specialist to dl..gnose
i your case and tell you what Is wrofl;
’ and how to right it. Absolutely Free.
Address; DR. YllLF.S MEDICAL CO.,
1 LABORATORIES, ELKHART, 1ND.
City and County
\ >!»>•'.r, A R Burden: Aldermen. T M Good-
‘ rum, 11 li North, T G Farmer, W .1 brisked, H
( C Glover, J T Ivirloy, >1 Salbldo, VY S Askew;
’ Clerk, E It Fouse: Treasurer, <1 11 Carmlonl;
till ,.f Po loo, .1 li Brewster; Supt. Waterworks,
C >1 Speer. Council meets 1st and 3rd Monday
First Baptist—G A Nunnally, l’astor. ProHch-
ing evciy .Sunday morning and evening. Pray
er meeting Wednesday light. Sunday school
3 30; L M Farmer, superintendont.
Ckdthai. Baptist—J s Hardaway, Pastor.
Preaching every Sun lay morning and evening.
Prr.vcr meeting Wednesday night. Sunday
school a:i»'; T G Farmer, superintendent.
Mr'.si: ni"!l, B\rmT-sJ *’ Coats. Pastor.
I’fea«diltig5ii.l mid hh Sunday mornings and
eveniiiHs. Player meeting Thuisday night
Sunday sohool every Sunday morning n:iW; .J
II Reynolds, superintendent.
MbThooirt—.1 R King, Pastor. Preaching
every Sunday morning and evening. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night. Sunday school li;ilO;
.1 F Love joy, superintendent, Kpwor.b League
f> p m Sib'duy.
l’UF.SBVTERlAN—0 O N Martllidale, Pastor.
Preaching evety Sunday morning und night
except 2nd., rain or shine. Prayer meeting
Thursday night. Sunday school !):3o; Frank
KnscdPAL—A II Brook, lloetor. Pleaching
lut Sunday at :i p ni and third Sunday at 11a m
SECRET (HIDE 118,
Coweta Lodge, No CO, F Si A M, n eats 2nd and
4th Tuesday nights. J I, Brown, W M.
Newnan Chapter, No 114, It A M, meets 1st and
3rd Tuesday nights. .1 I Keith, H I*.
llirnm Connell, No IS. K Si S M, meets 1-t and
Prd Tuesday nights. G L Johnson, T I M.
'fancied Commandcry, No 11, K T, meets 2nd
Friday night. P T McC'utehcn, P, C.
Oakland Lodge, NoOii, K of P, meets 2nd and
4th Monday nights. D S Cuttino, C.
Newnan Lodge, No~T02, 1 O O K, meets 1st and
3rd Monday nights. C A Merck, N G.
Newnan Council, No 22, JrOUAM, meets
every Friday nights. Jonn Kite, C.
All these orders meet in Masonic Temple on
Greenville street, except Odd Fellows and Jun
iors which meet in I it O F hull west side court
square, and visiting members are ahvay
come, and cordially Invited
THE SEARCH FOR ANCESTORS.
Americans of tire present tlav are dis
tressingly afflicted With “a passion for
grandparents,” according to a some
what sarcastic observer who writes in
the London Telegraph. ‘‘Formerly,
says this authority, “Americans whose
ancestrial trees had grown so very little
above the ground tlmt the undesirable
roots could not be'hidden even by most
determined energy oh ihe part of com
pilers ,of blue-bookf. were not particu
larly unhappy about.the matter, but the
present generation is anxious to bolster
u p ancestrial weakness.' ’
The writer we have quoted has evi
dently heard a good deal about the in
defutignble search for ancestors that has
been going on for some years past in
this country, particularly in the North
and West whose people for the most
part at one time scorned, or aflected to
scorn, the aristocratic pretensions of old
Southern families. The chief actors in
this comedy are the nonveanx riches
who Imve little beside their newly ac
quired millions to recommend th mu.
Astonished to find that money is not
everthing. and that they are not social
ly the tqnnls of some persons much less
liberally endowed therewith, they begin
to look about them with a view to sup
plying their deficiencies.
A manner which is the result of cer
tain associations and long habits can not
bo inn ie to order, but there urn other ac
quirements supposed to emut that are
possible, and one of those is ancestors,
or the appearance thereof. It is easy to
look into the records of the college of
heraldry in London and boldly assume
the oonrt-of-arms borne by a family of
the same name. It. is less easy ty as
sume descent from an officer of the
American revolution, hat a private wilb
servo when nothing better can be safely
aquired even after the greatest industry
and the most cheerful lack of conscion
tious restraint. As for antique l.urni
ttrrt*T there is plenty of it to be had at
fabulous prices, and once it is in one’s
house it is a standing testimony to the
comparative elegance and distinction
in which one’s ancestors lived during the
pioneer days of America.
Very many prosperous Southern fam
ilies are spared these disagreeable activi
ties because they find what they want
ready at their hands. Speaking of the
members of a Southern club in a North
ern city reoently an observant native of
that place remarked that the ‘‘trouble”
was that ‘‘they belong to scelr good old
families,” implying that the quan
tity east drtnbt upon the quality. This
is by no menus a pointless jest, und
every Southerner with a sense of humor
will ippreoiute if at its real worth. At
the same time it is unquestionably true
that a larger percentage of Southern
folk of more prominence t han t lie North
ern or Western know who their great
grandfathers were and have records
to substantiate their claims.
The reason for this is simple and self-
evident. Became of conditions well un-
derstood there has been no European
immigration to the South to speak of for
a hundred years. The immense popula
tion of the North and West, on the other
hand, are largely mad e of "new” people
—the sons of immigrants of all sorts
and conditions from every country in
Europe. Thus the South is pre-eminent
ly the seat, of Americans of the old stock.
OftjR The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It used to be considered tlmt only
urinary and bladder troubles were to be
traced to the kidneys,
but now modern
science proves that
nearly all diseases
have "their beginning
in the disorder of
these most important
The kidneys filter
and purify the blood—
that is their work-
Therefore, when your kidneysare weak
or out of order, you eau understand how
quickly your entire body is affected and
liow every organ seems to fail to do its
If you are sick or " feel badly," Virgin
taking tlic great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, because as soon
as your kidneys are well tliev will help
all the other organs to health. A trial
will convince anyone.
If you ure sick you can make no mis
take" by first doctoring your kidneys. |
The mild and the extraordinary effect of j . . „ u ... u c . n ric T
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great j J K l H N S I K l|U,
kidney remedy, is soon realized. It ,
stands the highest for its wonderful cures
of the most distressing cases, and is sold
on its merits by all
druggists in fifty-eent
and one-dollar size
bottles. You may
have a sample bottle Home or pwnmp Root,
by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
how to find out iT you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention tins paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. V. Don’t make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., om very bottle.
But we mo sure that you
will it' you tail to sou om
splendid lino of OH 1 N A ,
rUT GLASS, LAMPS,
and kindred lines.
The very pick of the
best markets for wed
ding presents or for the
adornment of your own
If you want wlmt you
want and when you want
it trade with
Greatly In Demand.
Nothing is move in demand than a
medicine which meets modern require
ments for a blood and system cleanser,
such as Dr. King's New Life Dills
They lire just wlmt you need to euro
stomach and liver troubles. Try them.
At,). T. Ht-ose Drug Store and l)r. Pnnl
f 9?4 1905
FARMERS HIGH SCHOOL
Near SARGENT, GA.
Will open on Monday, Nov. 2S,
1974, and continue in session five
consecutive months, closing Spring
Term May 1, 1905. The school is
being graded and suitably adapted
to the needs of any boy or girl
who may dcsite to attend. Thor
ough, systematic work will be
done in each grade from Primary
Department to High School De-
partmet.t. Each pupil is given
special attention from least to
greatest. The best instruction
will be given in each grade b\
competent teachers Pupils com
pleting the High School Course of
study will be prepared to enter
the Freshman class at college.
Instrumental music will be taught
by competent instructor.
Trines,PrlninryDuixirttncnt, per nm $1
IntormcdtutH Dopt I f«*
Hisli Si ■ I UK 11 Dopt • -2 ('ll
lnstrumt-nUil Music 2 (la
Ro.miIi In good ramifies per month • S On
For further pailiculars write \
Roy Almon, Principal, Newnan,
Ga , K. F. I) No. 5
Tull the couch!
and CURE the UJNC8*
AnTnnQflcnrttnff a sketch and ilo*rrli»tlnn inr.y
mhV.tly nju'ortnln our opinion free wiiotnci’ an
Invention i*t probably patentable. * 'otoimiiim’u-
tioMR et rlctly contlilontlal. Handbook on I'at cut u
unit fico. nlrtONt nunticy iornmiriitK phIimiI’*.
I'ntcntFi taken tliroiiyh Munti At ro. icoulvc
fjiccial w.ticc, without olinrao, In tho
A bandBonioly niustmtcd wockly. l.nnioM < lr-
culitlUm of nny Rclontltlc journal. IcriiiM. i>i a
y«.ir: four months, fl. Hold by all now Minder*.
fllUNN & CO,30>BroDd» n y, YOtf
innueli ofllrn, iljf. F HI.. Wuslilnvlun. 1). <
BOr A $1.00
Atlanta & West Point Itailroad Co.
The Western Bailway of Alabama.
Direct Lines Between North, Fast, South und Southwest. U. S.
Mail Route. Through Palace Sleeping Cars. Dining
Cars. Tourist Sleepers to California.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 20, 1904.
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drawifitf «»iphoto, for export wureh aiul f 11*0 report. I
1 Froe Rilvloi*, how to obtain patent*, trade mark*, I
copyright,,«U)„ IN ALL COUNTRIES. 1
Ituxiu i'x.i dir ret luli/i Wtts/ring ton saves time A
money amt often the fa tent.
Patent and Infringement Practice Exclusively.
Writ* ur rnmo to uh lit
I B23 Ninth Itrnt, opp. UnlUd IUtM Nlni 0>e.,I
WASHINGTON, D. C.
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inr I*'niis, Mi \l
•pi, Sumlny nt r. ;::<i
n 11 forn in
1j A Perdue, Ordinary: S I^Faver, C'erk; J L
Brown, Sherifi ; R H Ware, Tax Receiver; \V T
Arnall, Tax Collector; J H Kelley, Treasurer;
W H Beavers, Coroner; A H Arnold, Surveyor.
CoiiNTT Board—J R McCollum, J C McKoy,
i N Sewell. J W Hutehinson, J W Arnold.
Meets first Wednesday in each month. W L
Stallings, Clerk and County Attorney.
City Court—A D Freeman, Judge; W G Post,
Solicitor. Regular sessions 3rd Monday In
January, April, July, and October. Sits anv
time for trial of criminals in jail.
Superior Court—R W Freeman, Judge, New
nan, Ga; H A Hall, Solicitor, Newnan, Ga. Sits
tla and 2nd Mondays In March and September.
A good prescription
- 5-eent packet is enough for usual occasions
yamilv bottle KJO cents) contains a supply
h year.Ali druggis-- sell them.
The Country Editor.
The worm will tnrn. Sometimes it
takes the worm a long time to make up
its mind to do it, but sooner or later it
does. Every man who has served time
web ! us editor of country newspapers lins ex
perienced the trouble referred to in this
anecdote, but not all of them have had
the courage to resent it.
Let there be a society function in the
the little city and the local editor pres
ent, some one will approach him with a
smile and say:
“Well, getting some news to put in
Of course they mean well, but they
seem never to realize that perhaps even
a country editor can lay aside liis pro
fessional duties long enough to go out in
society and meet his friends on a social
i “Deacon” Dobyns, one of the best
j known country editors in Missouri, snf-
I fered this sort of thing for years, and al-
though it rankled in his bosom, he
i never let on, hut smiled in return and
i nodded assent. But at Inst patience
j censed to he a virtue. Not long ago lie
I attended a social affair in his home
town, going as an iuviteu guest. Y\ bile
1 mingling with his lriendg a local grqeer
Above trains <lnily. I’.iniieetu
forTuskegce, Milnteiul for TiiIIhIi ishc-c.
LilGrunge iieeoninioililtlon lenvos Ailnnlit < 1.ii 1 y, ex
leaves LhGrange ut u. m. nrrives Atlanta S IS n. m.
Truliis 35 und 33 Fiillmiiu sleepers New York and New Orlenu*
ton ami New OrleHU".
Trnlns 87 und lis Wutlilngnm and Southwestern Limited. I‘-.i 11 innn sP'i'pei-.
enrs. observe!Ion mid dining eur-. t’ninplcte service New York ee l N' w Orionns
Trait) 1)7 United States f.ist. mull. Through day e .iiel.es Atliinlu mol New Orieu
Write for maps, sehedules mid information.
J. B. llKYWARD, J. J>. B1 LLUPS.
D. P. A., Atlanta, Go. G. )’. A., Atlantu o
(HAS. A. W11 ‘ KKKS1IA M.
i’res. und Gen. Mer., Atlnnte, 3n
Newnan Marble Works,
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
All Kinds Marbe and Granite.
Georgia Marble a Specialty.
All work guaranteed to be First Class in every particular.
Parties needing anything in our line are requested to call,
examine work, and get prices.
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR R. R. JUNCT’N.
It should be borne in mind that
every cold weakens the lungs, low
ers the vitality and prepares the
system for the more serious dis
eases, among which are the two
greatest destroyers of human life,
pneumonia and consumption.
lias won its great popularity hy its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, re
lieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting u speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Large Size 50c.
Don’t hav Q to snde
your order for Job
can get just what
you want, at rea
sonable prices at
Something to be proud of
— , |,j m with the remark:
S. C. CARTER & CO., “Good evening. ‘Deacon.’ Getting
OPPOSITE HOTEL PINSON.. I ^hen- for,” re
CLEANING, DYEING AND PRESSING. i>ii< d D m on.” By ti.« way, >1..
Why throw away your old clot lie*, when jn-f
alittli-. work and av.-ry small i-x|ji-naitnrs.wul
jrmkethem the equal uf nuw -lilts.
Sands, nrr- you her-
trade for your stor-:"
Of course the grocer got mud about it. j
hut ••Deacon " only grinned and r<- t
sumod mingling with :.;.s friends. !
—a set of Harness from Krueger's.
Those who have the care of harness and
horse goods know the worth’ 4 of a good
article—the kind that looks in good or
der when it is kept so—that is never in
need of repairs This is the kind that
we sell, and we guarantee it to be t he
best in the market.
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