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Newnan, - Georgia.
Crnue'B Spring Medicine.
Crane's Kidney |and Backache
Crone's Cough Cure.
Crone's Hendnolie Relief.
Crone’s Cholera olid,Diarrhoea
Crone's Family Liniment.
Crone’s Eozeino Cure.
Crone’s Liver Powders.
Crone’s Pile Solve.
Crone’s Liver Pills.
Crone's Female Relief.
These ore Standard Prepare,
lions and are Sold and Recom
Get a Shave
Land of Promise?
(Continued from rage :i.)
Truly have we found it “The
Land of Holy Light,” for, as Dr.
R. I’. Kerr has beautifully versed
“Blessed country, heme of Jesus.
O then Land of Holy Light,
Lit with Home of sacred story,
(.learning through the world's dark
Throw upon our life's dark shadows.
Beams to cheer our onward way ;
In the time of donlit and sorrow,
Point us to the cloudless day.
Show us Him who is the brightness
Of thy long-enduring fame,
liim who gave thy hills the glory
Of His own immortal name:
Let ns see thou shining presence
Which, in luminous attire,
Prophets and opostles worshipped
On the mount of heavenly fire.
Land of sacred brook and river,
Holy hill and solemn sen,
May thy very dust and rains
Tell ns. w hile we think of thee,
Wondrous tales of love and blessing.
That our souls may not repine;
How were Wealed the sick and sorrowing
By the lonely Man Divine 1
Show us now in holiest visions,
■ Him who wept mid prayed and died,
1 In tin* garden, on the mountain—
Show us Christ, the Crucified;
Lend uh to Him in the morning
Clad in resurrection might;
Bring us near our glorion Saviour
O thou Lund of Holy Light.”
It seems natural to be on ship-
A Satisfied Policy Holder
Gives his endorsement of the /Etna
Life Insurance Company:
tin* Stli instant in r gu <1 to my
groat pl^asun* in aiMrossing you it?
Amorieus, Goorgiu. .lime 10, 11)0-
\V. K. Hawkins, Esq., Manager Atlanta, Ga.
Dear 8ir :—Answering inquiries in yours ol
eies in the /Etna Life Insurance Oompany, I take
Policy No. ,*»('>(>(*8 for $f>,000 was written on my life and delivered to me May 27tli,
18(»7, |()-pavment plan. All payments of premiums were made promptly, so 1 have bad
no payment to make on same since 187(>; and it bas always been a matter of great re
gret to me that I did not have it writ ten. for $20.000 instead of $0,(1111) since it was all
paid jip. I have received regular yearly dividends, varying in amounts, but always very
satisfactory. !i bas proven to me a Very line investment The later policies, No 2N7,-
170 and No. 287171, were issued September 1st, 1000, for ifo,000 each, have Iteen very
B. T THOMPSON, ESQ.,
Chairman Executive Committee Now-
nan Chautauqua Association.
Old fashioned and quaint in archi
tecture it is an attraction to the
present generation with its tiny gun
closet, iron liars and narrow wind
ittg stair that leads to the roof.
None of its pristine qiiaintness lias
been detracted from by modern im
provements, and while thoroughly
repaired and delightfully comfort
able, its present owners take spec
ial pride in retaining the “old
home’’ look of their aneest rat hall.
Monday the rooms were all throw n
open to the mountain breezes and satisfactory and have returned to me very satisfactory dividends. I think very highly
the vases tilled with mountain flow- c f and of the very liberal treatment 1 have always enjoyed at the hands of the
I am with
ers breathed forth a perfumed wcl
board again; and how much we en- come. In tin* dining room covers
joy the good night’s rest we have were laid for ten and a tour course
Matt. XVII is read, and we have menu served. Those seated around
sweet communion with the Lord the table were, Mesdames Piercie
Jour God and Saviour for ourselves Yancey Moore, .1. Lee Kp]M>rson,
and others, then lie down in sweet W. I). Sloan, Clarence H. Wilson,
repose of soul and body. Egypt N. B. Early, B. I). Staley, liutledge
tomorrow, but for “the flesh-pots Smith, Thomas 1). Ford and Charles
} of Egypt” we have no longing; it A. Douglass.—(’ookesvillc,Tenues
is to see its wonders we go thither, see, Press,
and they are great indeed.
(To be continued.)
/Etna Life, for which company I wish a long life and prosperous career,
much respect, Yours truly,
Cood for Stomach Trouble and
| '‘Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets have (lone me n great deal of
Rood,’ says C. Towns, of Rat Fortuge,
I Ontario, Canada. "Being a mild physic
the after effects arc not unpleasant, and
I can recommend them to all who sutler
from stomach disorder.’’ For sale by
I Holt & Cates, druggists, Newnan,Gu.
When you want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take and certain to net,
use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
tablets For sale by Holt <Xc Cutes,drug
gists, Nownnn, (in.
jjJttiCey’s B^ber S ho P
and you’ll continue to get shaved
there. The same is true of hair-cuts,
shampoos, etc., Three white bar
bers are employed, mid the service
is first-class. Drop into Bailey's
Well Mr. Ilumly it seems you
are not satisfied about Kedron.
.lust as soon as Kedron gets cured
we want you to try the remedy, us
it is harmless and can’t make you
MR- AND MRS. H. W. PENT LOSE LITTLE any worse; and it it, can’t cure you,
we will make arrangements with
t he doctors at M illedgeville. Prob
ably they can do you good; but we
fear your ease has stood too long
untreated to effect a permanent I
cure. You have jumped on Wel
come and now we will ask you to
F. M. BRYANT, District Manager,
Aetna Life Insurance Company
Aftcran illness of many weeks,
little Harriet Guyton Dent, the
“0-months-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Heard W. Dent, passed away
at an early hour last night. The
Child had been critically ill for two jump on some of your equals and
months, hut her recovery was not not hit Col. Joe C. Newman and
despaired of until quite recently. Hon. Sammie Crain and the lion.
There will he no funeral services] Joe Dial and our kind hearted un
in Atlanta. The remains will la* <’-l« Jimmie Millians, hut get down
taken to Newnan at J2:H<> o’clock ! with your equals. Now, I guess
White Barber Shop today over the Atlanta and West you will hunt me up on your map,
point. Newnan is Mr. Dent’s but don’t think you can find me on
Opera House Building,
Newnan. - - - Georgia.
boyhood home, and the interment
will take place there. The little
girl was not an only child, but ws.s
- - the youngest, and her death was
[i^®i!^SS5S55SSSS5tt!5S5S5ia5S5SE55ti!53@ quite a severe shock to the parents.
IT 1 Mr. Dent is well known in At-
T. M. MARTIN
Tin Work, Roofing
Expert work and low
prioes win. Shop op
posite Pinson Hotel.
U lunta as an attorney, and has hosts
I ol friends. He is prominent in
jfj Masonic circles and the loss of his
| batty will he learned with regret
if) and sympathy on the part of every (, .V-
H; one who knows him.— Wediu
I da\ *s ('(institution.
it. If you don’t find me just offer
a little reward for my location and
Mr. Editor and myself can furnish
you with such information. I trust
this will strike your eye and that,
you will reconsider and turn from
your wicked ways.
COLIC. CHOLERA AND
A few doses of this remedy will
invariably care an ordinary at
tack of diarrhea.
It has been used in nine epi
demics of dysentery with perfect
It can always be depended
upon, even in the more severe
attacks of cratup colic and chol
It is equally successful for
summer diarrhea and cholera
infantum in children, and Is the
means of saving the lives of many
children each year.
When reduced with water and
sweetened it is pleasant to take.
Every man of a family should
keep this remedy in his home.
Buy it now. It may save life.
Price, 25c. Larob Size, 60c.
The July Clearance Sale ofl'cts
you the opportunity to save mon
(’pine and see. New York
r A. Greenr, I). D. S.,
Office on Second
I’luck Bros. Oo.’s
Buy It Now.
Now is the time to buy Chain!,er'nin’s
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
it is certain to he needed sooner or later
and when that time comes y< u will need
it bully—yon will need it quickly. Buy
it now. lr n>ay save life. For sale by
Holt & Cates, druggists, Newnan, (in.
Dr. <\ A. Smith. Veterinarian,
treats nil diseases ut ilnmesl to
animals Calls answered day or
lit. Oflice at (Jenrreld’s
L. M. Farmer,
LA W YER.
Rates via Central of Georgia Railway
.Summer excursion tickets at greatly reduced
rales are now on sale at all coupon ticket offices,
to Mountain and seashore resorts in tin North,
East and South, viu all-rail routes and via .Sa
vannah and steumsliip lines.
For rates, schedules, routes, descriptive mutter,
cle .[apply to your nearest ticket agent.
J. C. HAILE,
Ceneral Passenger Agent. Savannah, Ca.
In Honor ol Mrs. Moore.
White Plains was the scene of a
most delightful affair Monday when
Mesdames Early and Douglass gave
a luncheon complimentary to their
guest, Mis. Piercie Yancey Moore,
of Newnan, Ga. An ideal day,
bright, coj1 and pleasant, lent its
charms 11 an already assured pleas
ure and the four mile drive to this
charming mountain home was
White Plains is one of the land
marks of Tennessee. Over fifty
| years ago its hospitality was par
taken of by President Jackson and
his family and friends as they jour
neyed to and from Washington.
Office on Second Floor of the Arnftll
Merchandise Co.’s Building
Forced to Starve.
B. F. Liek.of Concord, Kv., says:
“For 20 yen in I Buffered agonies with a
sore on my upper lip, bo painful, some
times, that I could not eat. After vain
ly trying everything clue. 1 cured il
with Bnnklen’s Arnica Salve.” R’h
great for hums, eats and wounds. At
,f. T. Reese's and Dr. Paul Peniston’s
drugstore; only 25c.
FOR SALE ** **
W. P. GEARRELD, ESQ.,
Secretary Newnan Chautauqua Asso
A Surprise Parry.
A pleasant surprise party may he giv
en to your ston itch and liver by taking
a medicine which will relieve their Jtain
and discomfort, viz.: Dr. King’s Now
Life Pills. They are a most wonderful
remedy, affording sure relief and cure,
for headache,dizziness and constipation.
25c at J. T. Reese’s and Dr. Paul Penis- 1
ton’s drug stores.
A few fonts of ad. and job
type, in good condition,
also some other material
for sale cheap. Address
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THE NEWS, Newnan, Ga.