Arc you a sufferer?
hw your doctor been irnmc*
Wouldn't you peeler to treat
Nearly 1 ,.'>00.000 wrawn hav,
bought Win* of Cardui from
tiM'ir druggist* hmI hav*- <umi
tlinillW'lvt'* Ht homo, of mdl
trouble* Mi' periodical, U'uring
down ion 1 ovarian |nnu*., leucor-
rlunu, tiurrciiiKwi, iiervoumieHH,
(lie.y.iiutwi, iihiim'h and dot-pond-
citcy, canned hy female woriKnom.
Till'nr an not euay niwu.
Winn of (,'ardui <'iir«'H when th<
doctor ran I..
Win*'of Cardui doce not irri-
tnti Un oigaii*. There iHiioixun
in tin lirnl mi nt. Il in n rootliing
tonic of lie-tilin|/ her I*, free from
Mining and drastic drug*. It ie
himimhuIuI hccauM- it run-ii in a
nut ii lit I way. v
Winr of Cardui ran U bought
from your liru^^eiFt at fl.OOa
hot II* and you ran hog in thin
troutinimt today. Will you try it V
in ritMK riHiulrliifr dittKil ioith.
«»OUm*mh irlvllty HymLjJUflllll, TllC' 1 «M(1 kOft*
AffMMIM iN'p* • T**l Cll*tt«l>O0«U
MMtmmi' CC) M Liu* lt*i, 004m. T*liD.
AN FCONOMtC PEOPOStTION.
A local iiewnpaper reflects th*
“The farmers of Georgia must
reduce their acreage. Let it not
business interests of the town in be said of Georg.a that she did not
its advertising columns, says ai . ; join, heart and soul. in tne move-
exchange. A business man look-i^ent which means the salvation
ing for u location always exam
ines newspapers to see how its par
ticular Jit.** is represented. If he and lhat literature of a bear.sh
is a druggist and finds none advet- nature is flooding Georg.a and the
tising lie concludes there ar>-
. of the southern cotton grower.
I realize that the bears are at work
|druggists, or if there are, they are
jail dead. If ho is a doctor or a
entire south. Let not the cotton
grower be deceived by these peo
ple, who are working to sellish
inks over the prbfes-1 ends - Let ever Y Georgia farmer
reduce his acreage at least 25 per
cent, and the plans of the enemy
will be frustrated, and he will find
himself and his family prosperous
and contented this fall.”
The officers of the Georgia di
vision of the association are busily
engaged in thoroughly organizing
the state. Their agents are visit-
sional cards to soo if his profession
is represented. Among the far
mer subscribers the home paper
has a similar mission. The pros
pective buyer liken an invitation
to comp and trade with the mer
chants. A card of professional
men is 111 Ht, 11 s essential as the
sign in front of the door. It is , , . ,
. n „ „i,m i„ (li ,i ing every farmer artd seeking the
not a question ol being able to get. j »
1 « a 1 co-operation of each individual cot-
along without it. A hardware ; v r
man need not heat his store to j ton g r0Wf - r -
keep things from freezing. He
* . . , , ., , For a Weak Digestion.
might have a booth out on th«■ , ,
, ,. , , 1 No medicine can replace food, but
street or at a skating rink, and do ChftmberlainV stomhch and Liver Tab-
a lot of InisinesH instead of paying , j ete w jq yon to digest yonr food,
rent tit. his store arid buying fuel j Itie not the quantity of food talon that
to heat it with, but it might not I gives strength and vigor to the system,
be economy to do so. Advertising 1 * n « the amount digested and assimilated,
is no1 a luxury, but rather an
economic proposition recognized
by all the bust, anti most success
ful businessmen (.lie world over.
If troubled with u weak digestion, don’t
fail to give, these Tablets a trial. Thous
ands liave been lienefitted by their use.
They only cost a quarter. For sale by
Holt & dates, Druggists, Newnan, Ga.
There arc few diseases that inflict
more torture than rheumatism and there
is probably no disease for which such a
varied and useless lot of remedies have
been suggested. To say that it can be
cured is, therefore, a bold statement to
make, tuit, Chamberlain’s Pain Balm,
which enjoys an extensive sale, hns met
with great success in the treatment of
this disease. One application of Pum
Balm will relieve the pain,olid hundreds
of sufferers have testified to permanent j berth.
cures by its use. Why suffer when Pain j . ' . r/i
Balm affords such quick relief and ousts | tion to W. 11. Kniskern, r. 1. M
hut a trifle? For sale hy Holt <fc Cates, ! c a. \ \\i py, Chicago.
Druggists, Newnan, Qa. ' ' ' j’’ fo
Furnish your home
At this store, and you’ll always
be pleased. The most comforta
ble and attractive stock of furni
ture and house furnishings in New
nan is here to select from; with
quality and prices to fit all kinds of
pocket books. Come and see the
stock. It does its own talking.
You’ll be convinced and buy after
seeing the goods.
E. O. REESE, NEWNAN, BA
Newnan Marble Works,
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
$33 00 PACIFIC COAST
Tickets on sale daily from Chi
cago March 1st to May 15th via
the Chicago, Union Pacific &
North-Western Line. Correspond
ingly low rates from all points.
Daily and personally conducted
excursions through without change
to San Francisco, Los Angeles,
and Portland, only $7.00 for double
Full particulars on applica-
WHY NOI HAVE A COUNTY I AIR?
Thu N.-WH believes Coweta
County will bo worthily represen
ted til the approaching Slut*' Fair
in Atlanta. The action of the
County Commissioners in donat
ing $100 to help defray the e\-
ponsMH of t Ins exhibit, is commen
dable; and slumps the members
of the Board as wide-awake, liber
al, progressive public officials.
The Cotton Growers’ Association
is also awake to the desiralii 1 ity 1 if
making a display at the State
Fair, ah is evidenced bv the ap
pointment i.if 0 comm it 1 ee of farm - •
ers iiinl business men to take the j
matter in charge and work tip an
All progressive citizens of the
count y favor ,t lie plan to make an
exhibit al the fair ef Coweta's va
rit'il agricultural and manufactur
ed products; and tiny also recog
nize I he import mice oi
sion as an opportunity
lining the county's
natural resources, and tlie
gOH it offers to home-see
persons seeking fields lor
tablishment of manufacturing
plants. The News believes our
citizens will rally en masse to co
operate with the leaders in this
movement, and to helptliem make
a creditable Oowetg County dis
play at the State Fair.
The News heartily endorses this
movement. It will go iurther,
while the question o
under discussion, and
Coweta ought to organize a fair ns- amount of fertilizer used. It must i Miss Rowena Turner, of New-
1 - » ^ i — -1— i is the guest of Mrs. Cliff
Manufacturer and Dealer in
All Kinds Marble 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.
INCREASED BAITS OF FERTILIZERS.
M. L. Johnson gives
some advice in relerence
The agricultural department ol
Alabama and other states show in
. | recent reports that the sale
ol fertilizer tags in Alabama dur
ing the season of 1904-1905 shows
an increase of 1,000 tons over the
season of 1903 1904. The com
missioner of agriculture of Geor-
ilvantn-1 g‘ a has issued a similar report, in
•i> and i which he shows that the sales of
thr ,'h | fertilizer tags in Georgia this sea
son exceed those of last year by
more than 500 tons.
“The reports,” says M. L. John
son, president of the Georgia di
vision ol the Southern Cotton As
sociation, “pm the cotton situa
tion right up to the farmer. In
order lor the purpose of the asso
ciation to be carried out, it is abso
A Daredevil Ride
ifte.11 ends in a sad aooideut. To heal
farmers accidental injuries, use Bnckleu's Ar-
to cot-: nica Salve. “A deep wound in my loot,
from au aocideut,” writes Theodore
Sohuela, of Columbus, uliio, “caused
me great pain. Physicians were helpless,
but Bucklen’s Arnica Salve quickly
healed it. ’ Soothes and heals burns lino
magic. i!. r ic at, J. T. Reese's uud Dr.
Paul Hemstou’s, druggists.
Prof. Trammell, the efficient and
popular principal of the school at
Cooksville, was married last week
to Miss Lillian Cook, a belle of
that community. The young cou
ple was united in wedlock at the
residence of Esquire Nirgil Thom
as, that worthy gentleman per
forming the ceremony. The bride
is a daughter of Mr. Hope Cook, a
leading citizen of that community.
! This young couple have many
friends, and all wish them bound-
titiis is | lutely necessary lor the farmer to less happiness and success in life,
uv that reduce his cotton acreage and the 1 ■ ■
eomut-ion and hold annual county
fairs, At present no discussion of
1hin proposition will be entered
info. This much is merely offered
ns n suggestion to the friends of
progress and development in the
county; and, especially, to the
not be forgotten that we are carry- 1 nan,
ing over approximately 3,000,000 ’^, uri , , , ,
, , . f . r I pleasantly remembered by many
bales oi cotton and the crop of 1905 f n Carrollton as she has several
must be reduced in order to make 1 times visited our city.—Carroll
a place for this surplus. I appeal j Free Press,
to the farmers of Georgia to stop j —■
and not aid in making a bumper]
members of the Cotton Growers’ | crop. Let us be on the safe side j
Association and others interested j should 5-cent cotton come. It;
iu the betterment of our agncul-1 would be better, even where the
tural conditions. j land is already prepared, to plant !
The News is, emphatically., of j each alternate row in peas or each j
tho opinion that Coweta ought to,third row in peas. It is absolute-,
hold an annual county fair. 'lytrue that the less we produce'
What do the people think about the better price will it and the
j-y 1 surplus from last season’s crop
“1 say the situation is up to the
farmer, because it is the farmer
Rheumatic Pams Quickly Relieved.
The excruciating pains characteristic
of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly j who will suffer il the crop IS not
relieved by applying Chamberlain's j reduced. Without a reduction,
Pain Balm. The great paui relieving ! the price of cotton will be lower
jiower of tin liniment has been the sur-1 than the cost of production, and j
prise and delight of thousands of suffer- ' , , ... r , , » . I
1 . - , the farmer will find himself in debt,
ers. The quick relief from pain which , ]
it affords is alone worth many tiuie.s ns 1 ^Aith a low price this year, the in- j j
cost. For sale by Holt iS Oates, Drug- terests ot the entire south will suf- j
gists, Newnan. Ga. ' ler,
’WATER MELON SEE!?
Iw ,Ya --' grown in the sunny south.
“ Gr*«it rind, rod m«»t fuN of |w>eo and so owoot.”
.. you want quality, sweetness, and tbe beet melons that it ii,
r poeNbIe to grow, plant our oouthom-grown melon seed. Northern j
or western-grown melon seed doesn’t 4 begin to compare, when you j
^consider tbe quality and product of the fruit produced.
DMCPlptU* SmD CatalMac tell* about the best southern melons,
six] al) other Farm and Garden seeds. It's milled free for the asking.
tc are headquarterr for Cew Pane. Serghums, Aeed Cera, BmNs|
Cam, nilkt, Se)a Seeas, Velvet Beane, etc. Special price .
ilst of Farm Seeds matted on request. ., ; »vr*
„ Wood & Sons, Seedsmen, RichRiond,
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY.
In Effect May, HMI4.
SEXTON, the Plumber,
does expert sanitary pluml
ing and repair work ; furnish
es estimates on steam and
hot water heating; supplies
Q hydraulic rams, pumps, ra=
dialers, ranges, boilers,
valves and all kinds of wat
Work always guaranteed
to be satisfactory and jtrices
% fixed as reasonable as first
(5 class work can be done.
Shop on Depot Street, Jj
next door to Dr. Jones’s)
W. L. SEXTON,
L v Grifliii Ai
. ; U5
Vaughan — "
" Senoift *•
‘ Newnan "
' Rome ••
" Holland “
mi in rHorviilo.. “
“ Trion “
Inforinttinn as to Kates, etc
(J W. (’HEARS,
Div. Puss. Agent,
D. A. NOLAN.
P. .1. ROBINSON.
A Sit. <i. P. A.,
J. O. HAILE.
Genl. Buss Agent,
It should be bcirne in mind that
every cold weakens tbe 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 by 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
anv tendency toward pneumonia.
^Pnce25c^L»rgc Size 5°c.
A good prescription
The 5-oent cachet is enough for usual occasions
The family bottle (00 cents) contains a supply
for a year.All druggists sell them.
Last Hope Vanished
When leading physicians said tnat W.
M. Snnthart, of Pekin. Ia., bad incura
ble consumption, his last hope vanished ;
but Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption. Coughs and Colds, kept him
out of his grave. He says: "This great
specific completely cured me, and saved
my life. Since then 1 have used it for j
over 10 years, and consider it a marvel
ous throat and lung cure.” Strictly
scientific cure for Coughs, Sore Throats
or Colds; sure preventative of Pneumo
nia. Guaranteed. 50c and $1.00 bottles
at J. T. Reese’s and Dr. Paul Peniston’s
S TAKE YOUR CLOTHING TO f
IS. C. CARTER S CO., f
| OPPOSITE HOTEL PINSON. |
ifj when you want them |
is cleaned, pressed, repaired ^
a] or dyed in the best manner g)
!l and at the most reasona- |j
p ble prices. D
...White Barber Shop...
C. T. BAILEY, Proprietor.
Only first-class white bar
bers employed. Prompt, re
liable, courteous attention
and service given all custom
ers, at the usual prices. We
have the only electric mas
sage machine in the city.
Give it a trial ; it does the