NEWNAN FURNITURE CU.
above act forth, and entitled to all other right*,
powers, privileges and immunities and subject'
to al! liabilities incident to like corporations
under the lave. This January 9th, 19>V>.
C. H. REII),
t iled in office this January 9th. 1906.
L. TURNER, Clk. K. C. C. C.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true
c ipy of the application for charter of New nan
Hardw are Company now of file in my office.
Jan. 19. 1906 TURNER, Clk S.Y. C. C.
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
Florence F. Simpso
To Lutcombe Simp.
I.ihel f<-r Divorce.
In Coweta Superior
Court, .Sept, term,1904
u, in the above statist
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Application for Charter.
STATE OF (tBOROIA—Coweta County
To the Superior Court of said County :
, The petition of A. W Stubbs, of -aul county,
. and T. P Zellars, of Campbell County, all in
said state, respectfully shows:
j 1st That they desire f-T themselves, their
associates, suce. ssors and assigns, to b.-eome
j incorporated unler the name and style of
; Newnan Hardware Company, and for the full
j term or twenty years with the privilege of
i renewal at the end of that time.
Jnd. The capital stock ot aaid'corporation is
I to la- four thousand dollars, flivldisi into shares
| of on. 1 hundred dollurs each; and petitioners
desire the rigiit to increase said capital stock
from time to time, by a majority vote of tile
stuck, to such sum as they may see proper, not
to agreed the sum of fifty thouaand dollars.
:ird. The full amount of said capital stock of
four thousand dollars lias already been actual
!v paid in
4th. The object of the prnpoaed corporation
is pecuniary gain to its stockholders
■>th. The particular business that said cor
poration proposes to carry on is a general
hardware bustness, and to that end they de
sire the right to buy and sell, for cash and on
credit,and at retail and wholbsalc, all kinds of
hardware, hollow ware, wooden-ware, tin
ware, stoves, ranges, machinery, tools, wag
ons, buggies, harness and all other kinds of
merchandise, articles and t hings usually kept
in, or convenient to lie handled in or in con
nection with a general hardware store. They
also desire the right to sell on com mission,and
toaetas agents for others in handling and
selling any of the articles and things above
mentioned. They also desire the right to buy
an 1 own and sell such other property, real and
personal, as may he ms-cssary to carry on their iec] with Sute Treasurer of Michi-
bUHincHif, and thp right to make by-lu\VH and to
make nil contracts written and verbal in eon- gafl for protection of all policy
nection with their said business, and to exer-! p^olcicTS
clan the usual powers, and to do and perform j
all usual, necessary and proper acts which j Indemnity paid according to
pertain to or may lie connected with the bust
ness they propose to carry on
6th. The principal office and place of busi. j income,
ness of said corporation shall lie in the city of I
Newnan, in said county of Coweta, but they I
desire flic rigid to establish branch offices and
You arc h r' by commanded to In-and appear
at the ne-.t term of said Superior Court, to ho
held in and for the. county of Coweta, on th*>
first Monday in March. 1906, then and thereto
answer the plaintiff's libel for total divorce, ns
in default of such appearance the court will
proceed therein as to justice may appertain.
Witness the Honorable It. M . Freeman,
Judge of said Court, this Dec. 7, 1904.
H. L. KAVER, Clerk.
With the Churches
At the Presbyterian church next
Sabbath at u a. m„ Rev. C. O'N.
Martindale will preach on “Unat-
tained Heights,” and in connection
therewith the Lord's Supper will
be administered, the offering be
ing for the support of the church.
At / p. m. the subject will be
“Satisfied Yearnings. ’ A most
cordial invitation is extended to
everybody to attend these services,
as well as prayer meeting on
Thursday at 7 p. m. Strangers,
travelers and young men, especial
Capital Stock $200,000, Deposit'
amount justified by occupation and
and places of business in su«h other
pltMteH in mid out of this Statu as they may see
7th. Wherefore petitioners pray to be made
a body corporate under the name and style
aforesaid, entitled to the rights and powers
R. W. Milner,
Merck & Dent,
Every word of it, is ti'iic, be
cause it, means us. Any of
the customers of Merck A
I lent will tell you so. And
whether your carriage needs
only slight repairs or a thor
ough overhauling, rotrim-
miiig, and repainting, you’ll
always find our work done
thoroughly and to your sat
isfaction—and you’ll have
money left when you pay
A Big Lot
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BRADLEY & BANKS
Let us do Your
“W A S H I N G”
The Coweta Steam Laundry “ wants
to do your washing.” The best equip
ped laundry plant, in a city of New-
nan’ssize, in the South, is at your
service for this purpose. It is in
charge of an expert and under new
management, and is being conduct
ed strictly as a business enterprise
on business principles. Patrons are
expressing entire satisfaction with
the quality of work turned out
and our business is increasing rap
idly; but the capacity of our plant is
not yet taxed to the limit, and we
want to do laundry work for mere
people. We are giving 20 per cent,
discount on family washing. This in
cludes everything except shirts,
shirt-waists, collars and cuffs.
Let us have your “washing.” Our
work will please you.
COWETA STEAM LAUNDRY
With the Methodists.
Presiding Elder B. T. Allen,
of La Grange, delivered a master
ly sermon at the Methodist church
last Sunday, and at night Pastor
King preached a splendid sermon
to his people.
At the First Baptist.
Dr. Nunnally it First Baptist
church last Sunday morning dis
cussed the“Making of a Woman”
and at night the “Growing of a
•Man.'' His treatment of these
themes was pointed and practical.
He showed the responsibility and
the honor of oeing a woman or a
man as well as the difficulties and
dangers of their stations in life.
Next Sunday morning he will dis
cuss the “Successful Merchant”
and at night the “Wise Builder.’’
Such sermons are calculated to in
spire young men with hope, while
they warn them of temptations and
The publ-c invited- Strangers
will find a w arm welcome.
Pastor at Cartorsyille Re
ceives Two Calls.
Cartersville, Ga., Jan. 17. Rev.
John E. Barnard notified his con
gregation yesterday that he had
received a call to the pastorate of
Emanuel Baptist church, at Little
Rock, Ark., also a proposition for
a joint pastorate in Atlanta. He
said he was not expecting any call
or proposition, but would have to
consider the call from Arkansas,
and would give his church here
his decision in the near future.
Florida Hotel Burned.
lfornosawsu, Fin., Jan. 17 —The Horn-
osassalnn was completely burned Inst
night, catching from a defective flue at
!• o'clock, before the occupant* hud re
Among the guests were Congress man-
elect and Mrs. Gordon Lee, of Georgia;
Mrs. Frank M. Potts, of Atlanta, and
Dr. R. L. Palmer, of Atlanta.
All personal effects of the hotel and
the guests were saved largely through
the efforts ot' the Atlanta Fishing Club,
whose clnb house is just across the river
and whose members first saw the tiro
and gave the alarm.
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