THE NEWNM NEWS.
iMued Every Wednesday.
J. T. FAIN, Editor and Publisher.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE. $1.00 PER YEAR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COWETA COUNTY
'Phone No. 20.
OFFICE UP STAIRS IN THE WILCOXON BLOG.
Wutdi Nmvnan grow some more
Nnwium is n uily for 1 IK•*> hn-i-
llt'SM llll lllnllg t Ilf* line.
Tlio advertising ought to he
worth nil it. i* costing Kill Oshorn.
A “credit, man” is not necessa
rily n credit to t he concern he rep
An “idle jest'’ is idle no longer
utter the newspaper humorists get,
to working it.
Let's see did Atlanta succeed
in milking connection with the
I ni I of Port A rt Intr?
Perhaps Pill Oshorn's serihl
-t.orv of frenzied politics is de
signed merely iih a circulation
Imilder for certain Georgia dailies.
Tom Watson's brand ol politics
failed to save the country and
Tom now propose* t<> try printer's
ink for t lie same purpose.
SUU PRESS ON CHANCE IN NEWS' MAN
The New nan News cameout last
week under the management of
Kditor J. T. Fain, formerly of The
Walton Tribune. He is a newspa
per man of wide experience and
we gladly welcome him to grand
old Coweta. Horry to note that
Mr. P. T. McOutchen retires from
tie- newspaper business.— Senoia
Mr. J. T. Fain, formerly of
Rockuiurt, has transferred his
allegiance from the Walton Trib
une to The Newnan News. Tie is
a hustler and will succeed any
where. -Cedartown Standard.
Mr. J. T. Fain, once a citizen
of this town and editor of the
Slate, has assumed editorial and
business management of The New*
loan News. Mr. Fain is a versa
tile newspaper man, and his Polk
county friends w ish him great suc
cess in his new journalistic field.
He succeeds that well known and
popular newspaper man, Mr. P.
T. McCutchen.—Itockmart Cntir-
The first issue of The Newnan
News, under the management of
Kditor Fain, is a bright, crisp
sheet : and the people ol Newnan,
from now on, need have no fear of
receiving any other kind. -Walton
The News wants a competent;
hustling correspondent m every
town, village and community in
Coweta county. To 1 he right per
il! trading , 011 j M each community The News
w ill make a proposit ion guaranteed '■
to secure immediate attention.
A lew weeks ago everybody was p^i-^uns interested should call on I
howling for more rain, and now— or ur j t( . to The News at once for j
but let, that pass. \\ e are willing further part iculars.
to allow tlm Creator of the uni- <)ld correspondents of The News,
verse to manage the weather with- w j lt) wish to continue to represent
Read tie- advertisements in the
News and do business with ;he
News' advertisers. They are all
hustlers and the News’ renders
will make no mistal
w ill) t hell).
• nit our assistance ; and will nee
the weather as it counts and g(
wit hunt complaint.
Many of Georgia’s newspaper
men have climbed upon the hay,
hog and hominy hand wagon.
Many Georgia farmers should f<
low t hem. Raise
more liny, corn and hogs,
'P 1 tlie paper, should also communi-
'' rt * cate with us; as they will thereby
learn of something of great inter-
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Ab
The fad of giving children medicine
ess cotton and containing iitjurinuH substances, i«some-
times more disastcrous than the disease
Ibis from which they nro suffering. Kvery
course win bring prosperity to mother should know that, Chamberlain's
1 1 Cough Remedy is perfectly sate tor dill-
Georgia farmers. dron to take. It contains nothing Imrm-
| ful and for c oughs. colds and croup is
unsurpassed. For sale by Holt it Oates.
The Oshboru-Morris-Tapp con
troversy lias annexed lion. K. II.
(loorgo of I lie county of Morgan —
but why mention tin* fact? Re-
fore t his week's News reaches the
•public a dozen other politicians
will probably be mixing in the
Tie- best time to advertise is,
when business is most needed
From the West Point News.
Mrs. John Homely left yesterday for
Newnan. to visit Mrs. O. G. ('ole.
Mrs. Hugh Hill and son, after n pleas
ant visit to Newnan, have returned
Miss Kate Croft,of Newnan, and Miss
Kittio Williams, of Atlanta, camcTucs-
dm to visit Mrs. N. L. Barker.
Dr. Z. Green and family will move to
Business is most needed during Newnan early in March. They have
“dull seasons.’’ This is the mid- many friends hero who regret very
w inter “dull season”. Judicious much to give them up, but wish for
advert ising done now will improve
business. Mr. Business Man of
New nan. consider this proposit ion.
them much happiness nncl success in
their now home.
.1 mi Sni it h,of Oglet horpe county,
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy the
“In my opinion Clmmbei'lniu's Cough
Remedy is the best made for colds,’
Georgia's largest land-holder and \ savs Mrs. Cora Walker, of Porterville,
• si his intention to be a candidate cold so quickly No other is so sure a
for Governor in P.HHi. Uncle Jim i Preventative of pneumonia No other is
so pleasant and sate to take, lhese nro
is rich enough to be able to run goftd reasons why it should be preferred
fur Governor “iust far fun”- -uinl to any other. The fact is that few peo-
loi Governor just loi tun anil . nl , e slU istierl with „ nv other after
nmusement and splendid opportu- having once used this remedy. For sale
nities for sjH'iiding his money, are l) - v * (
all the old man can hope to get » , . , „ * .
1 A young man s idea ot an at-
Newnah and Some
Of Its People.
A8 8EEN BY REV. B. M. PACK, THE
WELL KNOWN BAPTI8T MINISTER.
Newnan U growing,and exhibits many
evidences of material prosperity. She
has recently completed one of the most
beautiful and modern court-houses to lie
found in the State. Every dollar of in
debtedness lias been paid, and the peo
ple nil look upon and speak of it with
pleasure and pride.
The brethren of the First Church are
enjoying the services of Dr. G. A. Nun-
nnlly, as pastor. They spoke of him as
a great preacher, and expressed very
warm affection for him. During the
past year there were thirty-eight addi
tions to the church by baptism, giving a
total membership of 485. They built a
Sunday school annex at a cost of about
$2,»>00. The total amount raised during
the year was something over $5,600.
Brother Luther M Farmer is the i*>pu-
lar Superintendent of the Sunday school,
which lias a total membership of 250.
I had the pleasure of spending only a
short while in the company of Dr. Nun-
nally. Judge Alvan D. Freeman ren
dered me valuable service. It was with
regret that I learned of the illness of his
good wife. Brethren IkeOrrnnd Lutli
er Farmer both gave me a warm, frater
nal handshake. Bro. Orr is is u success
ful inercliant, and Bro. Farmer is a suc
The Central Church enjoys the
able and consecrated services of Rev.
Jno. S. Hardaway, ns pastor. He has
just closed his first, year with them, dur
ing which time they have had twenty-
eight additions to the church. The to
tal membership numbers 225. During
the year they purchased a piistoriniu at
a cost, with necessary improvements, of
about $5,000, A missionary and a na
tive worker were supported on the for
eign Held. About $1,000 was contribut
ed during the year for benevolence. The
Sunday school has a membership of 175
Brother T.G. Farmer is the efficient and
popular superintendent Boin u how or
other, f had failed to form the ac
quaintance of pastor Hardaway previous
to this trip, but in company with Bro.
M. Colo, who kindly offered to accom
pany me, I soon found him seated in his
study before a comfortable tire. He
was less in stature tlinn I had contem
plated, hut 1 found him to he a man of a
large, warm heart; a man with a wife
and seven children; a man of culture
and refinement; a man of intellectuality
Brother Cole said that, lie had always
been fond of horses; that lie liked a good
team with a good gait. He said lie
thought his pastor and myself were
pretty well matched in looks, hut he
was not so certain about the gait. He
intimated that brother Hardaway could
preach,away yonder ahead of Ins looks.
Well, we had a very delightful hour to
gether He is encouraged with the pros
pects of his work. His people all seem
to love him and speak of him in the
very highest terms ns n preacher and
pastor. He has recently organized n
"Baracca” class.with nineteen members,
which he hopes soon to over-double its
present number. He contemplates a
great work through this channel.
Brethren K. D. and M. Cole located
in Newnan in 1840. They are now,
respectively, eighty-four and eighty-
two years of nge and are both ns regular
attendants upon the church and Sunday
school services ns any member of the
church. They arc manufactupers of
machinery and water tanks. Their
business extends from Virginia to Texas.
The mercantile firm of Arnall &
Farmer has been dissolved, hut each will
continue in the same kind of business.
I spent a very pleasant little season
with Dr, A. C. North, who is one of the
lending phvsioinns of the city.—Rev. B.
M. Pack in Christian Index.
Spoiled Her Beauty.
Harriet Howard, of 209 W. 24th St.
New York, at one time had her beauty
spoiled with skin trouble. She writes:
••I Imd Salt Rheum or Eczema for yenrs
and nothing would cure it. until I used
Bueklen’s Arnica Salve." A quick and
sure healer for cuts, burns and sores.
25c at .T. T. Reese Drug Store nnd Dr.
out of tlm campaign.
Sickening, Shivering Fits
of Ague and Malaria, can he relieved
and curi'd with Electric Bitters. This
is a pure, tonic medicine: of esjiecial
ts'iietit in Malaria, for it exerts a true
curative intluouce on the disease, driv-
tractive girl is one who doesn’t
care for ice cream or oysters.
Opera Festival at the Grand Opera
House, Atlanta, Ca,
I,„r it .iMiimlr mil „f tl,„ ,r,t„n, if For the above occasion The Wcst Point Road
lllglttntmly out ot thesysttm. It l! - will-ell >po< ial round trig ti-ket- from im-
niuch to bo preferred to l^unnue, having portant stations to Atlanta nnd return on the
none of this drug's had after-effects. ! '"'h of January ;it special rate of one and one
i,' < nf ll.mri.,tio T..v r...: ■ third fare irood to return dnv following.
1.. Is. M Ullrtay .Ot tienru t ta, 4» \., \\ ritr s . -ppi, opportunity i» exceptional auu will in
•My brother was very low with mnluri- | elude the celebrated i.rand Opera- -Cohen
al fever and jaundice, fill he took Elec- erin" "Truvatore" ••Carmen" and "Othello"
tvu* which divert his lit'.• \t ,| ilu'ia*- t\\n u.vou ou tlu i>t! >t * <i;« > pa-
I nnil Dr. Paul Peiuston; price < Apply to iwla-t ».• for littv anti wln-d-
,v • l’ihu untoed. I uK-s
ALL COTTON 6R0WER8 OF COUNTY
ARE ASKED TO MEET IN NEW
NAN JANUARY 218T.
A mass meeting of farmers and
business men of Coweta county
is called to meet here on next Haf-
urday, Jan. 2tst. The call is is
sued by the Coweta County Cot
ton Growers’ Association. All
farmers and business men of the
county are urged to attend this
The Cotton Growers’ Associa
tion held a meeting last Thursday
and elected delegates to the Inter-
State Cotton Growers’ Convention,
which meets in New Orleans, Jan
uary 24th to 2fith. The following
named delegates were elected:
Messrs. L. M. McGee, G. B.
Hodnett, A. M. Young, B. L. Red-
wine, H. A. Hall, K. H. Harda
way, H. C. Fisher.
A Grim Tragedy
is daily enacted, in thousands of homes
is Death claims, in each one, nnothr,
victim ot” Consumption or Pncumona.
But when Coughs nnd Gilds are proper
ly treated, the tragedy is averted. F.
(4. Huntley, of Ouklandon, Ind., writes:
"My wife had the consumption, nnd
three doctors gave her ’ | Finally she
took Dr. King’s New Discovery tor Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, which
cured her, and today she is well and
strong.” It kills the germs ol' ul! dis-
east's. One dose relieve*. Guaranteed
at 50c and $! (0 by J. T. Reese and Dr.
Paul Per.isio i. i’r:al bottle free.
If you are nervous and tired out
continually you could have no
clearer warning of the approach
of serious female trouble.
Do not wait until you suffer un
bearable pain before you seek treat
ment. Y ou need Wine of Cardui
now just as much as if the trouble
were more developed and the tor
turing pains of disordered men
struation, bearing down pains,
leucorrhoea, backache and nead-
ache were driving you to the un
failing relief that W ine of Cardui
has brought hundreds of thousands
of women and will bring you.
Wine of Cardui will drive out
all trace of weakness and banish
nervous spells, headache and back-
to check. Secure a $1.00 bottle of
Wine of Cardui today. If your
dealer does not keep it, send the
money to the Ladies’ Advisory
Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine
Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., and the
medicine will be sent you.
"1 tri<' l »’l kinds of blood rnmcdieq which f.iilod
to do me any good l»ut I linvo found th** rfulifc llilm*
nr. Iiiwt. My f !»<•«• wan full of pi tuples him! black-
heads. After taking CaxrnrnU they nil |».ft I nut
continuing the imo of them and ri*cninni«ndit a
thorn to my frionds. I fool fine when 1 rise n the
jnnrnlntr. Ilopo to havo a chance to rccotumentl
Cad carets. ’’
fc’rwl C. Witten, 76 Elm St., Newark, N. J.
■ The Bowels
PleaRTnt. Palatable. I'otcnt. Taste Good. Do Good,
Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. *«’.»<•, .»0<:. Never
sold in hulk. The genuine tahlot stamped C C C.
Guaranteed to cure or your money hack.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 595
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
Walking delegates usually ride
at the expense of others.
Cured his Mother of Rheumatism.
"My mother lias been a sufferer for
many years from Rheumatism."says W.
H. Howard, of Husband, Peunsylvana.
“At times she was unable to moveat all
while at all times walking was painful
I presented her with a bottle of Cham
berlain's Pain Balm aud after a few ap
plications she decided it was the most
wondenful pain reliever she had ever
j tried, in fac-t. slit- is never without it
I now and is at all times able to walk. An
' occasional application of Pain Balm
1 keeps away the pain she was formerly
: troubled with." For sale by Holt &
It should he horn-' i:i mind that
every cold weakens th • 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.
has 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 a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
Price 25c, Large Size 50c.
YARDS k CEMETERIES,
STRONG AMO OUftAStE.
W!tL NOT ROT AND FALL DOWN UHE
THOSE MAOE OF WOO:
WIRE AND IRON
EASILY ADJUSTED AND A SURE
PROTECTION FOR YOUNG TREE3.
STR9N0 Ad# real CONSTRUCT?#.
MOUNTED ON CASTORS.
HANDSOMELY FINISHED IN
GREEN ANO GOLD BRONZE.
FOR CHURCHES ANO SCHOOLS —
ANO PRIVATE RESIDENCE.
A COMPLETE LINE ON HAND
ALSO, WIRE AND IRON FENCES
AND POULTRY NETTING.
DOW WIRE WORKS CO.
S. C. CARTER & CO.,
OPPOSITE HOTEL PINSON.,
GLEANING, DYEING ANO PRESSING.
Why throw awny your old clothes, when just
ulittle work and :i very -mall expenditure will
m;'ke them the eoual of new suits.
Cabbage Plants & Sea Island Cotton Seed
Cabbage Plants for sale, and now ready for delivery. “Early Jersey Wakefield”
and "Charleston Large Type WaKefield". two earliest sharphend varieties and head in
rotation as named. "Succession.” "August a Trucher" and" Short Stem Flat Dutch"
the A best- flat-head varieties and head in rotation a: named. Prices: Hinkle thousand, *1 50 - 5
000 and over 41.25 per 1000; 10,000 and over. $1 per 1000. Terms: Cash with order; or plants sent C
O. D., purchaser paying return charges on money. Our plant beds occupy S3 Hcres on South Car
olina Sen Coast, and we understand growing them in the open nir; tough and hardv- they will
stand severe cold without injury. Plants crated for shipment weigh 20 lbs. per lOoO a’nd we have
special low rates for prompt transportation hy Southern Express Co. I know of other plants you
can buy cheaper than mine. I sell good plants. No cheap “cut rate" plants shipped from my (arm
I guarantee those that I ship to be true to type and name, and grown from nigh grade seedC pur
chased from tw o of the most reliable seed houses ih the United States. I will refund purchase
price to any dissatisfied customer at end of season.
Our Cotton Seed, hint of our Long Staple variety of Sea Island Cotton sold last vear
in ( harleston on Dee. 2. at i!2c per pound. See-1 41.23 per bu. lots of M hu. and over >1 per' hu
My specialty Prompt Shipment. True Varieties, and Satisfied Customer- I have h ■ in the
p'.a t iisiuess for thirty-five years.
f flFRATY “T he Cabbage Plant Man’
id. Ci tllln I I} p 0sr u U d Telegraph t iffice
Youngs Island, S, t. -