$5,000. and cooling the strean.s, and
It is just opposite life insurance, feeding us with delicious, whole-
In life insurance you pay ali the some fruits and fish,
time and draw once, and that "Ho who plants a tree,
after you arc dead. In pecan
. Thnlford'* Hlack-Drnupht comm
nearer regulating the entire ry«tein
and keeping thebody in health Ilian
any other medicine made. It is
always ready in any emergency to
treat ailments that aro frequent in
any family, such ns indigestion,
biliousness, colds, iliorrhiea, and
| gtotmu h aches.
Tlndford's Black-Draught is the
standard, never-foiling remedy for
stomaeh, bowel, liver and kidney
troubles. It is a cure for the domes
tic ills which no frequently summon
tiie d »tor. Itiw ns giaxl for children
i as it is for grown persons. A dose of
this medicine every day will soon
cure the most obstinate ease of dys-
p-ia or constipation, and when
en os directed brings quick relief,
imrmii, ti.t.., law. w, iwn.
Thodforrt’i Jllack-Dratiirht ha* born our
fan.i » -I'M ior for Hvo >«arn anil w« want
no nt In*i. When any of u*i fool ImwI: y wo
tiikr it *«• nnil nrn nil rljrhl In twelvo
Im.uik Wf lmvii fipont loin «.f inanity for
(ktrvir »' * hut jiot alODtf Junt ns well
with Hlii. k I»rnu«!»t. | UA u, UAOKII*
i Ark your dealer for n park ago of
I Thedford'N Black*Draught anil If )»o
| <|ni i tint k«*« p it Hi nd T* . to Tho Gliatta-
J nooKu MedicitiaCo.,Chattanooga, Ten n.
and a pat kugo will bo mailed to you.
A Creeping Death
Blood poison creeps up towards the
heart, pausing death. .T. K. Stearns, of
Belle Plaine, Minn., writes that a friend
dreadfully injured Ids hand, which
swelled up like blood poisoning. Buck-
lull's Arnica Salve drew out the poison,
healed the wound, and saved Ins life.
Best m the world for burns and sores.
25c at J. T. Reese’s and Dr. Paul Penis-
ton's Drug Store.
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
, , ,, Tints of coolness spreading out,
culture you pay once and draw all Above lovf . d 0Iies may not live
the time and that while you live, to see.
and when you are gone your de- Gifts that grow are best,
scendants will continue to draw Hands that bless are blest,
ever afterwards. Pla, 'V Life ,l( ™ tl,e , , . , ,
_ . . .... . , , Heaven ana earth helps nun who
Twenty or thirty millions of dol- plants a tree". Miss Stella Hogg, of Senoia, is
lars leave tne South every year for The tendency of mankind has expected to spend commencement
life insurance. An equal amount been just the opposite; to cut them with relatives here.—West Point
invested in pecan culture would down . Arc wc j nnocent ? The News.
soon make us independent of in- re d and barren hills, the 'large gul- — —
surance for all time. Many peo- |j es ,the muddy and shallow streams, Terriffic Race With Death
pie cannot get life insurance on ac- t h c a | jsence of the lusty,flourishing "Dentil was fast approaching.” writes
count of age or disability—but fjnny tribe from our once glassy Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa, Fla.,
everyone, young or old, sick or lakes and limpid streams; the tre- describing his fatal race with death, "as
well, may own a pecan grove, on men dous spring freshets’, the burn- « «sult of liver trouble and heart disease, |
llf i t i, m . ^ „i.. e it y\r\r\r\ i which hart robbed roe of sleep aud of all
which they can rely foi support mg summer droughts—all caused iuteres t in life. I had tried several dif-
against the discomforts and uncet- f rom Die absence of the forests, to ferent doctors and several medicines,but
tainties of life. hold t be raging water ’till needed, trot no benefit, until I began to use
Klectrio Bitters. So wonderful was
their effect, that in three dnys I felt
like a new man, and today I am cured
of all my troubles. Guaranteed at
We have secured large additional
space to accommodate our big
stock of furniture and house fur
nishings. We are now able to '
display the goods to better advan- 4
tage and can show the public that
this store has the most complete
stock of this kind in Ncwnan,
Come and see.
E. O. REESE,
If the county pauper farms were | Joes not a |j t hj s indicate that we
set in pecan trees, they would soon too are ea ting the forbidden fruit,
support the inmates, and a reform
atory and the principal outlay would
be buying the trees. Or they
would support a central graded
hoarding school for country chil
dren, which is now so much needed.
The pecan tree is the child of
the South as well as the cotton
and barring the gate of Paradise
agaist us and our children forever? ,T. T. Reese’s ami Dr.‘.Paul Peniston’s
When I look over the desolation Drug Store; price 50c.
caused by clean cotton culture f am ——-—
reminded of the plagues described
in Revelation, which burned up
one third of the earth and one third
of the rivers, etc. If we plant
Newnan Marble Works
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
-Manufacturer and Dealer in-
The Pecan Industry.
BY PROF. A. H. .ItINKS.
As an investment to lay up for
a rainy day, for accidents, for old
age or for children, there is noth
ing more promising than a pecan
grove. The following extract from
an address delivered by the late
l)r J. H. Hunnicutt, editor o! the
Southern Cultivator, at the Nut
Growers’ Convention, Macon, (la.,
1902, is in point:
"Hut some may say our figures
are too large; that we have nothing
to hack them up. We know of one
tree in Oglethorpe County, Geor
gia, from which was sold 64 pecks
as a single crop, They were sold
m Athens, Ga., for $1.00 per peck,
bringing $64.00 cash for one crop
from one tree. So we do not
think our figures are too high. We
know ol a grove of 1 2 an acre that
firings the owner, annually, more
than a two horse fnrm and he is a
pretty good farmer.
"The dream of every father is to
lay up something that his children
may enjoy after he is gone. A
pecan glove is better than stocks
This is true, We should heed it.
Recause the pecan is long lived, a
sure hearer, attacked in this lati
tude by comparatively no diseases
or insects; produces tho finest of
all nuts for which there is univer
sal demand; a good keeper, a sure
shipper, and a sum seller in all
parts of the world. What similar
outlay would yield more than 100
trees described by Dr. Hunnicutt,
which would he 6,400.00 with an
investment of less than $200.
Many are investing in life insur
ance for their families. That is
right. Hut there is no safer life
insurance than a pecan grove.
After the investments are made
there are no premiums to he paid,
no lapses and you do not have to
die to reap the benefits. \ 011 can
"live and win”.
The following from the Semi-
Weekly Journal, of August 24th,
1900, is worth reading:
"The premium on a life insur
ance policy of • which is
about $200, "invested in pecan
grove, will soon earn annually the
face of the policy with annual in
crease, l’arents and guardians ot
children will find in this industry,
safety, and security ot annual in
crease throughout life, which can
be reached by no other investments,
investigation will furnish proof of
all we have said of this valuable in
dustry, the value of which is be
yond the figures we have yet stat
ed in the public prints,"
This is a remarkable statemei t,
hut it comes from good authority;
from a paper that has won its rep
utation as authority lor correct
statements. The Journal means
that if you put $200 worth of pe
can trees on your land and attend
to them properly that they will
soon bring an annual income of
plant. We have slighted the pe- more trees in winter, we will need
can tree, the greatest of all plants, ] css prayerfor ram in summer,
for the foreign cotton plant. Are , (To bc continued. ]
we not punished for this partialily? |
section of the United
States is making greater increases
than the South, so reports the last
census. It may he because we arc
too late to I urn loose or two slow
Mr.and Mrs.Matthew I lenderson
Couch, of Senoia, announce the
to catch on. We wait for some I engagement of their daughter, Mai
other part of the world to start and j belle,to ' r0 ^- George K. Nolan,the
then wait 20 years to see it. I
hope I am wrong here. Hut the
fact remains that our income South
is too small for our efforts.
The average cotton planter does
wedding to occur at the Raptist
church at Senoia, on the evening
of June 28th.
Miss Couch is one of the most
popular young women of the State.
Now thnt they have got horseless rips
Prum here to Kalamazoo
An’ telegraph that's wireless
An* smokeless powder, too,
There ought to be more lesslefis things,
It sort o’ sterns to me.
Why can't wo have a stingless wasp,
Also a stingless bee?
Why can’t we have sum schoolless towns,
An’ workless work to do,
An’ spankin’* that are slipperless,
An’ (logics* orchards, too,
An’ acheless stomach aches as well,
An' wet less hair, so w’en
We go down to the swimmin’ hole
Mu won't know where we’ve b’en?
An’ w’en we get these lossless things
'Twill fill our hearts with Joy,
An' then you’ll never see again
A hapless, Joyless boy.
—New York Pres*.
All Kinds Marble and Granite
Georgia Marble a Specialty.
■■ — ■ v
All work guaranteed to be First Class in every particular,
f’arties needing anything in our line are requested to call,
examine work, and get prices. ,
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR R. R. JUNCT’N
DR. T. B. DAVIS,
Residence ’Phone 5-three calls
DR. W. A. TURNER,
not realize three per cent, on his * las a VCI T ' a, £° circle ot
investment, outside of his labor. | friends * to whom she has endeared
; Those who are making more, gen-
; orally have someone between them
1 and the plow. Many a cotton
planter would live better if his
investments were put out at 6 pci
herself by her many graces of
heart and mind. In her very
'charming home she has been 11
lovely object of devoted admira
tion, and in her city and section
cut interest, anil he sought some s hc has, by right of an attractive
other employment. We have over- personality and highly cultured
done the cotton business. Try pc- reigned a social queen. She
cans- it's no experiment. is the daughter of one of the lead-
It does not cost one fourth as * n ft and wealthiest citizens of Cow-
much to raise pecans as cotton. | eta bounty, and is prominently
Pecans are just as easily kept, are
connected in the State.
Professor Nolan is a young edu
cator who has already attained
unusual success. He is principal
of the high school at Marietta,
In I872 William Prince sold 8 wherc he cn i°y s univcrsal popular-
pecan trees in England for 10I 11 * lhs proverbial good na-
guineas each" -Nut Culture in U.S ! * ure am * s pl ent 'id character have
by U. S. 1 )cpt. Agriculture. Hut! won tor him at once the esteem and
as easily sold at much better profit.
Why not get out of the old ruts
and plant pecans and English
The Man- Why don’t you run homo
and wash your face?
The Kid Hoy, fellers! Here’s a old
guy wot thinks it’s Saturday!—New
New perils loom large I11 the new
• • o , • 1 , • r n . * . . psychology. Young man fell Into a
they would not grow there. France fru-mlsnip ot all who know him. p SV ,.|,| ( , trance, and when he came to
was perfectly surprised at the His, ability is recognized through- himself ho had live wives. Doctors
world’s fair in Paris to find that out the State, the Governor having should (I< > R04nothln « t0 head H|T thls
we had such nuts and not shipping reccn 0y designated him as one of
the visitors to the University at
its approaching commencement,
I them to Europe. It’s the best and
most salable of all nuts, and yet
we are importing about £100,000 t * 1 ' s ' )e ‘ n K ^e second time the
malady before It Is too late.—Judge.
high honor has been tendered him.
Sunday’s Atlanta Constitution.
‘Hon. Frank M. Potts’
of other kind of nuts from France
alone; and paying from 3 to 5c lb.
!duty on them besides freight and
commissions. II France could
raise our pecans, she would soon be . ■
shipping millions of them here as “lion. Frank M. Potts, who lias
she is doing with English walnuts, been desperately ill at his home on
which we should raise. But she East Fifth street, is improving to
can’t graw our pecan —the great the satisfaction of his family,
Americat nut. friends and physicians. Mr. Potts
In the mad rush for wealth we ' s a ^° t0 move about the house
should mix a little happiness with and to ventuic upon the verandas
i it. Paradise of old was a delight- when the weather is pleasant. His
ful place The preachers are trying oar b’ recovery is anticipated by
to get it into our hearts and souls, ^ 10se about him. —Atlanta Con-
All ( hnnffed.
“How about Miss Sneering?” Inquir
ed the returned traveler. “I suppose
you ure still friends?”
"No, Indeed!” replied Snarley. “Why,
we’ve been married over a year.”—
Davis & Turner Sanatorium,
Corner College and Hancock Sts., Newnan, Ga.
High, central and quiet location.
All surgical and medical cases
taken, except contagious diseases.
Trained nurse constantly in at
Rates $5 per day, $25 per week.
Private offices in building.
’Phone 5-two calls.
Davis & Turner Sanatorium.
Merck & Dent,
READY FOR BUSINESS.
We are at your orders for ai
and all sorts of repairing wo:
on carriages, buggies, run
bouts, surreys, delivery waj.
ons and trucks. We wor
quickly, yet do not stint can
fulness or thoroughnes
Wheels, body, gear, tops—a
have our best attention. Gla
to have your orders for an
sort of vehicle repairing.
A SaNpIplona Circamatnnce.
First Sportsman — I’m afraid our
guide doesn’t know Ids business.
Second Sportsman That's what 1
think. I began to doubt him when be
said be didn't drink. New Y’ork Press,
Z. Greene, D. D. S., CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY.
| In Effect May, lilO-l.
I Office on Second Floor of
Flack Bros. Co.’s Building
Can we not help them by get
ting some of it into our old,ragged,
st it tit ion.
We would be pleased to know
what Frank Potts has done to en-
gullied fields and scattering it
around our homes by planting the a ' m t0 be s P°ken of in a
luscious vine and the shady fruit 8 rea t newspaper like the Constitu-
bearing grove. The Garden of I' 011 as Honorable.
Eden was an example of how we Honorable is a title bestowed upon
should live—in the leafy groves ^ 10se w b° hold or have held high
with the least amount of I nibtic offices » especiaUy governors,
labor. While he labored he plucked .imigts, congressmen, senators anil
bright fruit from hanging boughs, ma >' ors -
with plenty of time for recreation, ^ Prank lotts is entitled to this
ample opportunity to learn of God, distinction, the word at once be-
his companion, friend and teach- comes as c °mmon as the word
er, who walked with him and open- P r °tessoi, which is in these latter
ed up the mysterious secrets of '■'ays applicable to every sort of a
nature and taught him to harness tc acher, white or black. Gwin-
thetn into useful activity. Then ne ft Journal,
living was a pleasure, occupation a “““““™““““
delight. This is not gone forever. While n bilious nttack is decidedly
Much of it can be redeemed. We a, , u lf ls ‘i uicklv over wheu
can assist much in restoring Para- ,„ ts im . nsed- For Sftle by Ho lt& Cates,
dise by replacing the native forests druggists, Newnan, Ga.
and the barren fields with fruit- ——
bearing forests, purifying the air Read The News and keep posted
Semi for our catalog.
It. tolls about a trade
you can learn in a
few months and
which will pay you
from $40 to $50
a month to start on.
Newnan, - Georgia.
L. M. Farmer,
Office on Second Floor of the Arnnll
Merchandise Co.’s Building
It has come to pass that there is
a vast difference between appeal
ing .to law and appealing to justice.
Kv Griffin Ai
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A r—Chattanooga.. Lv
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.
has won its great popularity by its
prompt cures of this most common
ailment. It aids expectoration, re-
I lieves the lungs and opens the
secretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
any tendency toward pneumonia.
^Price 25c, Large Size 50c.
For Information as to Rates, etc., address-
C FHKARS, F. J. ROBINSON.
biv. Pass. Agent. Asst. M. P. A.,
„ ' nattanooga, Tenn. Savannah, (j
D. A. NOLAN, J. HAILL.
Agent, Ucnl. Pass Acer
Newnan, Ga. Savannah, i
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The 5-cent packet is enough for usual occasions
The family bottle (60 cents) contains a supply
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