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Nearly 1 MX),000 worn™ have
bought Wine nf Carrtui from
their <lruygi*U and have cured
themselves at home, of *u«h
trouble* a« periodical, bearing
down and ovarian pain*, leucor-
rbaa, barrenne**, nervoume**,
dm mo. nauiiea and dreportd*
enter, caused by female weakness.
Ttiew are not easy case*.
Wine of Carilui cure* when Un
do* tor can't.
Wine of t’lirdui dte» not irri
tate the organa. There i* no pain
in the treatment. It i* a toothing
tonic of healing herb*, free from
strung and drastic drug*, it i*
*uocei-*ftil bccHune it cures in a
natural way. »
Wine of Oardui ran lie bought
from your druggint at $1.00 a
bottle and you can begin thi*
treatment today. W ill you try itV
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The Pecan Industry.
BY PHOF. A. 8. JONEH.
The South is an industrious peo
ple. Our long summers, pleasant
winters, tempt us to work, 1 fear,
too much. We need to study morn
! This can be done better by large
I companies than by small individ
ual planters. At the time we
were planting the Ives and Con-
;cord, the experiment stations of
Georgia and Alabama were trying
the market with every variety, and
the returns, as shown by their
bulletins, showed twice or three
i times as much for the Deleware
and other small red grapes, hut
j who in the South pays any atten
tion to experiment station reports?
; The Delaware vines cost twice or
i three times as much as the black
grape and we planted the cheap
kinds, and when the city folks
would not eat them, we were
much disappointed. We could
have saved our discomfiture by
heeding the experiment, bulletins.
So it is now with pecans. It is
difficult to get people to read the
experiment bulletins on the sub
ject. They are thought so little
of, you can hardly find one in our
public libraries It is difficult to
get people to pay for first-class
budded fruit, when they can se
cure threo times as many seed
lings for the same amount. Some
arc even planting the wild nut
found in the stores, and expect
'good returns from them.
Hut there would have been a
good local demand for our grapes
in our nearby Southern cities.
Hut about the time we had begun
to reap success, some misinformed
newspaper stated that the cause of
so much appendicitis was grape
seed. The false report spread and
the world instantly dropped the
grape. This report has been
shown to be false by the leading
physicians and surgeons. Hut
her, and could raise hogs by the the post six months, came home last
millions. We can raise hog meat 10 «P end the
I. L. Dick, of Griffin, is spending a
, L, . few days with the family of Mm. John
be stripping meat to- Chicago,
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
cheaper than the west and should
Mr. McClnre has gone over to Car-
roll to spend a week or two with his
There to less danger <of an over
production of pecans of the im
proved variety than anything the daughter, Mrs. Frmuk Whittle.
Southern farmer can plant.
The pecan is a great, gracious
friend of the South. We can
gone he will visit Carrollton and several
Tom Ozmore, who has been so seri-
, , ... i oo»ly ill with rheumatism, is very ninch
largely live on it, raise our stock iniproTM ,
on it and sell the surplus. The
pecan was made for man to
the hog was not.
with the deadly trichina, which
eats its way into our muscles. It
may be that a large part of our
rheumatism comes from eating i
John Samples had the misfortune to
cat; i g e t two of Ins fingers oat off in the mill
The hog is filled one day last week.
"Grandmother” Welborn left one day
last week for Anniston, Ala., where she
will spend a month with her son, Joe.
We hart a very interesting grove
. . , . . . , . , I meeting last Sunday afternoon, con-
raw hog flesh in the form of dried duotod by Bpo . iTohu B . Goin „ Xliere
ham or sausage. j mere several good talks by different
Our pecan friend has been plead- brethren,
ing for ioo years for recognition.
It offers better help than the ser-;
vants from Africa. It works day
and night without pay or com
plaint. It is more wholesome
: 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
tage and can show the public that
this store has the most complete
stock of this kind in Newnan,
Come and see.
DEPOT ST. E. O. REESE,
The protracted services closed at the
charoli last Sunday evening, with two
Cornelions Neely was baptized last
Suudny afternoon at three o’clock.
, , , Our nimuul singing takes place next,
and more sustaining than the meat g un( j a y. All are invited to attend. On
from Chicago, more remunerative noconnt of the singing, Sunday school
Newnan Marble Works
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
Manufacturer and Dealer in—
Kinds Marble and
t he secrets and resources of na
lure, the desires of mankind and people are panic stricken, and still
the markets of the world. I.et us a f ™id of the grape seed, and refuse
provide those things that will give
the greatest profit.
In cotton culture we compete
with the great nations of the
world, who use pauper labor and
hence find little profit in raising
it. Hut no other country grows
the pecan. We have the monop
oly, hut have not used it, even to
sutisfy home demand.
Statistics show that the South
ern States can grow every plant
hut coffee; have more of the ele
ments of wealth and happiness
than any other part of the world,
and yet our income is less than
bleak and barren New Kngland.
Should we allow this?
In cotton culture we must con
tend with millions of small plant
ers who eat up the crop before it
is made, and at gathering time
must sell at any price offered, and
thus overflow the warehouses and
crowd the mills, until the price
tails below the cost of production.
In jlecan culture the small man is
not in it. He follows the crowd,
not reason. It he should see it,
he will not wait five or six years
lor the tree to hear. He wants
his money right now.
So it is plain that the great mul
titude will not flood the market
with pecans. Why are not the
professions crowded? The law
yer, the physician, the dentist and
others get from *500 to $10,000
annually. Hut the ordinary man
does not get over $150. It would
seem that the great multitude
would rush for the larger income.
Hut they can't wait lor prepara
tion. They want the pie right
now; ami alter it is eaten, cry be
cause they do not have it still.
Thus it has been with pecan cul
ture for too years, and thus will it
ever be. We are importing nuts
now inferior to the pecan at the
rate of $3,000,000 annually, and
increasing each year. The man
who starts a pecan grove now will
reap a fortune,
But you say, Will it not tail like
the grape business? People in
some sections invested in grapes,
and suddenly there was no demand
In the first place, 1 think we got
the wrong grape,
to eat the luscious, delicious, in
nocent grape that God so perfectly
made and so bountifully gave the
Land of Promise, and which would
make a Promised Land here, with
plenty of pecans to go with them.
If the seed had been injurious
they would have been made large
like the plum or cherry, to he eas
ily removed. The seed must be
wholesome. It may he to tickle
and less trouble than the burden
some cotton plant, and yet more
unknown, more unstudied, more
distrusted and more neglected
than any other.
After the French Revolution,!
the French people were in great
distress. The flower of the coun- i
try was gone, stock destroyed,
homes burned and desolate, de
vastation and ruin staring the
people in the face. Assemblies of
the wise men from every avocation
were called—from agriculture,
science, law, finance—to deter
mine what was best to he done;
"For in the multitude of council
there is wisdom,” says the Hook.
At that time France and all Eu
rope were importing millions of
tons of sugar from the isles of the
sea. The answer of these wise
men was simply this, “Plant
sugar beet and raise your supplies
at home.’’ France oid it, and her
wilt opcn-atwiRlit o'clock sharp.
(Last Week's Letter.)
The farmers say another week like
the last few days has been will put them
out of business, ns their crops are run
ning away with grass, and day labor is
a thing of the pust.
We hope to be riding to Luthersville
ever the Central of Georgia in a short
time, as the surveyors made a survey to
Moreland last week, running into the
A. & W. P. at coal chute. They say
this is fur better than any route they
have struck nod the road could be built
on this route thousands of dollars cheap
er tliau to rnu it east of Newnan to the
Central of Georgiu.
Cliff Glover and Mr. Stanford, of
Newnan, were on onr streets a few days
H. H. Pierce, of Atlanta, was in
' Moreland yesterdny.
Kev. Frank Quillinn attended Prof,
the 1 Neal’s closing exercises at Palmetto Inst
Miss Onn Brannon will he at homb
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
DR. T. B. DAVIH,
Residence 'Phone 6-three culls.
DR. W. A. TURNT4R,
Residence 1 uune
for u few mouths vocutiou. from Shor-
agricultural prosperity is greater ter College.
than any other nation. She obey
ed wise counsel. The success of
those conventions helped to make
conventions popular and useful. !
Our wise men are assembling
the alimentary canal to render it every year, in agricultural, horti
cultural, scientific and press con
ventions, and the one harmonious,
more active and produce more per
fect digestion. They are a great
laxative. Now these calamities
that befell the grape can never
happen to the pecan—there is
nothing against it.
You make it so plausibly remun
erative that everybody may go
into pecan culture and then there
will be an over production. 1 have
given good reasons why everybody
will not go into pecan raising.
Hut suppose we grant that every
farmer should plant them. We
are already importing $3,000,000 counselors, and live
of nuts every year. We are ex- the shade of trees?
Miss Irene Butler spent Saturday
night and Sunday in LaUrange. Miss
Butler’s soliool at this place will close
next Friday evening.
,1. H. Morris went to Grantville Sun
• Hon. H. W. Camp went to Atlanta
Fred Spratliug, of Atlanta, spent
unanimous call from every one ol ! Kridny in Moreland.
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.
them has been, "Plant less cotton Miss Mattie Couch is spending this
and more pecans.’’ Kveryone that j week with friends in laiGrauge.
has a bearing grove, every news
paper, every experiment station,
in fact, everyone in position to
take in our situation, is calling
loudly to a growing but burdened
South, "Plant the improved, paper
shell, budded pecan tree.”
Won’t you follow the dictates of
reason and the advice of wise
like lords in
Then in the
porting everything else. Why not evening of life, when you
fill up the home market and then be protected from the worry and
try exporting pecans? It will take hardship of earning a support, you
many years to supply the home
demand, then the foreign markets
have not been touched. Over pro
duction could not come in many
years, while the over production
of cotton is right now staring 11s
in the face and has been upon us
lor 15 years. Hut the over pro
duction of pecans is yet in the fu
ture, is imaginary and may never
conic. We are sinking now, grab
the pecan immediately.
Hut suppose you fill up the home
market and foreign market and
can't eat what is lett.
We fear you are opposed to pecans
and progress am way, and like the
Chinese Hoxer, desire to remain in
your state of poverty, superstition
and ignorance. Hut we will grant
the last hypothesis, that after sup
plying the home and foreign mar-
can retire on the income your
trees will bring you, and when
you have gone to your reward,
your loved ones will continue to
thrive on the blessing you provid
ed for them.
Mrs. J. T. Benton went to Palmetto
Henry Keith is at Moreland this week.
Mrs. G. T. Wilson is on the sick list
We are gltul to see J. Warner Camp
out again, after a .few days confine
ment to his room.
Miss Myrticc Cotton came home yes
terday from LaGrauge, where she has
been in college this year.
Hugh Camp went to LaGrauge
Miss Sonora Park returned home yes
terday from LaGrauge Female College.
Erskiue, the little son of Rev. and
Mrs. Ira Caldwell, who live a few miles
from this place, was badly burned last
READY FIR BUSINESS.
We are at your orders for any
and all sorts of repairing work
on carriages, buggies, runa
bouts, surreys, delivery wag
ons and trucks. We work
quickly, yet do not stint care
fulness or thoroughness.
Wheels, body, gear, tops—all
have our best attention. Glad
to have your orders for any
sort of vehicle repairing.
At the dining table he
overturned upon himself a dish of hot
gravy. He suffered intensely for several
days, but is recovering under the skill
ful treatment of Drs. Young.
Z. Greene, D. D. S., CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RV.
| In Effect May, IDOL
Office on Second Floor of
Black Bros. Co.’s Building
U. S. soldiers who served in Cuba
during the Spanish war know what this
disease is, ami that ordinary remedies
have little more effect than so much
water. Cuban diarrhoea is almost as
severe and dangerous as a mild attack
of cholera. There is one remedy, how-
What then’ ever, that can always be depended upon
as will be seen by the following certifi
cate from Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, of Hous
ton, Texas: “1 hereby certify that
Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy cured my husband of a
severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea.which
he brought home from Cuba. Wc had
several dix'tors but they did him no
good. One bottle of this remedy cured !
kets we have tons of them left ly-1 him, as our neighbors will testify. 1
thank God for so valuable a medicine.”
You r ° r I’y Holt & Cates, druggists.
ing under the trees. What better
food can you find for hogs?
can produce from 50 to 200 bush- j
els of pecans without work and
raise four times as many hogs as
you can on corn with work. You
(Last Week’s Letter.)
( Emory Pitman has come back to
The regular do not fear an over production of Newuaii. and gone to work in the mill,
shipping grape grows out west, hog meat, do you? If you get a
It is a hard grape, like the Malaga, peck of improved pecans and eat
and will keep two weeks or longer, them, you will find them so much
It cannot be raised here, or, it better than hog meat that you will
bas not been a success with us. desire an over production of pe-
The grape we attempted was a bag cans
of juice, and will not keep or ship
well. There is nothing like find
ing out the best variety to plant.
If the forests
cotton belt were
growing in the
pecan trees, we
after spending a few weeks in Atlanta, j
Earle Allen and Miss Murphey Thomp
son were married on the 16th. Rev. J
E. D. Taylor performed the ceremony.
May their future lives be spent in use- 1
John, little son of Mrs. N&ucy Ray,
has been quite sick the past week.
Little Anna Cauon, who has been at-
would have better fuel, better tim-j teuding the blihd institute at Macon for
Send for our catalog.
It tells 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 Arnall j
Merchandise Co.’s Building
It has come to pass that there is
avast difference between appeal-,
ing to law and appealing to justice.
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ers the vitality and prepares the
system for the more serious dis
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accretions, effecting a speedy and
permanent cure. It counteracts
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Price 35c. Large Size 50c.
For Information as to Rates, etc.. address-
0 , Y SHEARS, F. J, ROBINSON.
Div Pass. Agent. Asst. li.P.A,
Chattanooga, Teun. Savannah, Ga.
D. A. NOLAN, J.C. HAILK.
Agent, Gent. Pass Ager.t,
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when ypu want them |
cleaned, pressed, repaired ju
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and at the most reasona- j§
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A good prescription
The 6-cent packet is enough for usual occasions
The family bottle ISO cente) contains a supply
for ay ear .All druggists sell them.