Shortness of Breath
Is One of the Com
monest Signs of
No", withstanding wliat many physic-
lar.a say. hoart dlawiaa ran ha cured.
Dr. Mils*’ New Heart Cure lias per
manently reatored to health many
thousands who had found no relief In
the medlclnea (allopathic or homoeo-
palhln of regular practicing phyalc.lana.
It haa proved Itaelf unlqint In the tils-
tory of medicine by being ao uniformly
euccereful In curing tho.a dlaeaaea.
Neatly alwnra. one of tho first signs
,.f trnublo In abnrtneaa of breath. Wheth
er It romea a. a reault nf walking or
running up atalra, or of other exerrlaea,
If the heart la Uliahlc to meet tlilH extra
demand upon It • pumping power*—thera
la something wrong with It.
The very h i tiling you can do, la to
t..b• D II ■ N m Miii <'ore. it
will go lo 111n foundation "f the trou
ble, and mike a permanent cure by
strong!honing and renewing tho nerves,
•1 linow Ihnl |)r. Miles' Netv lleurl
thne b a gi'eii ly. For ii number
,.r Mina i - in I fmm shortne.-.a of
I. i. ..it smolbeiiiig spell ", and pallia In
inv nit side I "I montlis at a time I
v.i.ll be unable in lie on my left side,
nnd If I In\ Hi' mi my baric would nearly
Manila i A friend advised lining Dr.
Mile New lb alt Cure, which I did
win, g■ uid i' "Hi I began lo Improve
rit one' iind ai’er taking several Isdtlea
of tie lie.ill i ■ " the pains In my sldo
and «• 111 •• i nvinplom* vanished. I am
II. .w Iiillrelv » II Alt those dreadful
smothering s|e lls are a thing of tho
past. I I*. DltAKW. Middletown, O.
If the first Imltle does not help you,
the di iggi i will refund your money,
’xirjrarp Will" to us for Fi'i’i* Trial
X JCyJ-jJ-j 11,. kage of Dr. Miles’ Anil-
Tain Pill., III" New Helenllllc Itemedy
fur lain xl-,u Hymplom Itlunk Our
Hpoelallsl will diagnose your ease, tell
mu) v i I I- wrong, and Imw lo right II,
) I. Id! MILKS M l'i I III.’A I, CO.,
LAjjon.vnmii.d, uuuiaht, inl>.
HON t) It. STEVENS.
i ..in 11.11II iI II I. eI |
SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR.
Allnrln* and « hnngefnl keenery of A Dinner I. Which Only .lilted Folk*
'tills (lentitlful Xiatl.
If von nlioulil look at a detailed coast
survey climt of San Francisco harbor
you would observe that the broad pen
Insula extending southward like a sltel-
tcrlng arm lielxvi on the ocean and the
Inner buy Is creased and dimpled in a
great confusion of mountains; that it
lias many indentations of const, tunny
sircams and boro and there* a wee lake.
Kill no scrutiny of Ihe chart would
lead you In guess It Is a veritable Adi
rondack)) alone by Itself on the weal
ern edge of the world.
From the time of my earliest recol-
Among the eccentricities of human
nature the celebrating of yuocr anni
versaries Is perbups as little noticed ns
any. Almost everybody makes merry
over an anniversary of some sort, and
many of them are anniversaries that
would seem to call for anything rather
A caustic sense of liui^or prompted
a Chicago man to give ofi the anniver
sary of Ills molber-ln-law's death a
dinner at a fashionable rcstuurnut to
which were Invited kiiA of his friends
as he considered were galled by the
lection I used lo stunt! upon the hills of yoke under which he formerly grottu-
llow governor Terrell could
have selected a man mote repre
sentative o! the people of Georgia
than the lion. (). It. Stevens tor
the position of Railroad Commis
sioner, we fiml it impossible to tin
derstand. Throughout his whole
public career, in the lower House
of the State Legislature, then in
the Senate and lastly as Commis
sioner of Agriculture, the welfare
of all the people and, especially ol
uiy native town ami look longingly |
across the live miles of whllecnpped
water In the harbor to the alluring
heights of this, to me, Inaccessible re
glou It was always new to look at,
never Ihe same for two consecutive
days. In the spring, when the clouds
rolled from lls heights. Its steep, lean
hills were green with fresh grass, and
I could see I hose smears and slrenks
of yellow wild Mowers which some
folks say suggested Ihe name of the
Golden (laic. In summer came mile
long streaks of while fog. half obseitr
lug II al limes The tain ceased, and
almost In ii day Ihe hills changed to
deep rich brown In the autumn came
the clear, dry north winds, making ii
seem ho ucar and sharp against the
sky. and llic gaunt cliffs stood forth In
all their reddish brown and yellows,
sheer lo the while surf line. In winter
came the rains again, and as suddenly
ns before II changed front brown to
given and gold
I,liter on I used lo sail the waters
which hounded II, There were smooth
reaches extending far inland and lor
tnous tributaries struggling through
marsh lauds almost lo Ihe very Iml
tresses of Its Vesuvius and angry
sheets of water so broad lliul one
might sail away till the hills dropped
below Ihe horlv.on. And skirting along
under the red brown cliffs III Ml feet
high they rose one could sail out
through Ihe Golden tintc, past the Iron
hound headlanil on Ihe north, with lls
walling dlrcti, and sail for days up the
coast tif lie dared gel so fur from home
ed. For a time he kept this eelebra-
lion secret, hut on its coming to tho
ears of Ills wife through the treachery
of one of his guests that lady prompt
ly Imposed an indignant veto. Those
dinners were stopped suddenly and ef
Far otherwise the spirit that sug
gests the convivial gathering held by
a worthy tradesman In Host on on May
22 of every year. On I hit t day many
years since lie met with a severe ace!
deni, which, though it crippled him
for life, was Ihe menus of introducing
him lo the life's partner wlm has
proved for years as devoted a wife as
for weeks she was a nurse.
Another instance of the commemora
tion of the date of an accident Is af
forded by a lawyer who, having in his
youth fallen among had ways and
companions, was only rescued there- ,
front by being Minig from a wagon
and sustaining a broken leg and con
cussion of ihe lira In. During the long !
convalescence that followed the greal
iicns of Ills errors dawned upon him,
so Hull on Ills complete recovery he
eoinineu I a new life. On the anni
versary of Ills spill ho always enter- |
tains such relatives who cure to accept
To rclohl'ulc Ihe loss of ii small for |
lime that lie had Inherited from his I
fnlher a certain merchant holds an
nun I ly high festival. Deprived of that i
filtul competence ho ludticlvc to sloth, j
lie found himself while still a youth I
! brow ii upon Ills own resources. These j
did not fail him. and now, Instead of !
on the Pacific) with a Hue of growling
breakers I lowering cliffs on the one lending an Idle and Hellish life oil llm- |
hand and llm limitless ocean mi the
ollmr Koii.liiiiiln Brooks In Hcrlliner's.
A Vrry llruw Ifllll.
There Is ii certain very little girl who
Is also very cowardly Her father,
Mitding Hull sympathy only increased
tills unfortunate tendency, decided to
. . , , have a serious talk with Ills littlo
the farmers ol 'Uorgiu, has net.ii duugltler on the subject of her foolish
close to his heart. fours.
No man has done more than Mr.
Stevens to instill into Ihe minds ol
the farmers advanced ideas regard
ing scientific or intensive farming.
11 is talks to the people published
In all the journals of the Slate have
been on the most practical lines.
1 le has (luring his administration
lied means, as hut for his loss he
would lie doing, lie Muds himself among
the most opulent nnd respected clti
Kens of Ids native town.
Many years bark a Brooklyn Indy
was thrown over by a man to whom
she was engaged who subsequently
look to drink and other evil courses tluil
Hnnlly landed him in juil. To mark
her sense of gnitltude for her provi
dential escape she on the anniversary
"Papa," she said al the close of Ills " f dn* duy when she first learned that
lecture, "when you seen cow ain’t you I"' hail broken troth gives a dinner to
•fraldV" which only those she knows have been
"No, certainly not, Evelyn." Jilted are eligible as guests.
"When you see a horse, ain't you "The happiest and proudest day of
Tralil?” my life was that on which I Hrst
Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round
where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather, and where
animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold ?
Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more
varied than in any other equal area in the world, where the division
’ of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that
will assure you a competence?
Do you want to live where, with a minimum of labor, you can
grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit, oranges, lemons,
olives, prunes and almonds, alfalfa and grain, where crops are sure,
business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment ?
Then go to California, where both health and opportunity await
The Chicago, Union Pacific and
is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast, and there are two
fast through trains daily via this line, over the famous double
track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River.
Special low round-trip rates are in effect via this line
throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points, and
colonist low rate one-way tickets will be on sale during Sep
tember and October, which give an unusual chance for settlers
to make the trip at a minimum of expense.
Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San
Francisco, Los Angeles, and Portland without change, on which a double
berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only $7.00, via the
Chicago & North-Western, Union Pacific and
Southern Pacific Railways.
FILL IN THIS COUPON
ANO MAIL IT TO-DAY.
W. B. KNISKERN,
P. T. M. C. * N.-W. Ry„ Chicago, tU.
Please mail free to my address, California booklets, mapa and full
particular) concerning rate) and train service.
L/‘Lia I Advert ism lent s.
"No, of com
"No!" with (Mnplmrtls.
When you sot’ n bumblebee, nln't
wore 11 lull rout,” used to duclure a ,,,
dog, nln't you Hiihstmdhil down oust merchant, “and | tl-EOKCrlA. -OowetH County
I always keep up the nunlyersnry by
Atlanta & West Point Hailroad Co.
The Western Railway of Alabama.
published much useful literature, you 'finidY"
of which there should be special “ rso '" NVl11 ’ " , " n '
. "Ain't von 'fralil when II thunders?"
mention "Georgia: Historical and » No ,» w m, loud laughter, ••on. you
Industrial" and the “Resources 1 silly, stily child!"
and Advantages ol Georgia," each Huld Mvelyn solemnly, "ain't
, . ,, ,, you Tralil of untilin' in the world but
prepared by gentlemen well ac
quainted with the subjects about
which they wrote and diligent in
giving their best efforts to spread
Annie R. Ralbide having applied to j
asking a lot of hoys sartorially hi the die Court of Ordinary of said County j
transition state-to a Jolly good dinner, j for letters of administration on the ■ —
to be followed by an equally Jolty estate of M. Salbide, deceased, all per-j
good evening. June 30 Is it red letter sons ooucorned are required to show No
day among my young friends—nt least, j 0(lUH o in said Court by the Hrst Monday! — r
1 do my best to make It so. New m August next, if any they can, why u Kill
Direct Lines Between North, East, South and Southwest. U. S. East
Mail Route. Through Palace Sleeping Cars. Dining
Cars. Tourist Sleepers to California.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 21), 1904.
No m|no :w|no .18 heave
said application should not ho grunted,
j This July 3rd, 1905.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
The record for rapid movement in the
world of Hiilmated unlure Is held bv
intormation that would be of last- the common ilea, which Jumps with
ing benefit to our State. He did "" Initial velocity of 850 feat in n see
c , • , ,i <-. i • olid. If the Insect could keep this up
more for Georgia at the St. Louis | wllllBMl s(opp , nK or Urlng ,, W011 ,S
Exposition with a small approprin cover nearly ton tulles a minute The
lion than any ot us expected and Jumping mouse, found hi the African
the state will reap a rich harvest
No one need fear that the inter
ests of any class in Georgia will
suffer harm from a gentleman of
Mr. Stevens’ antecedents; hut al
may rest assured that lie will do
his utmost to mete out exact jus
tice to all.
Is it fair minded to prejudge an
official before he enters into lus of
fice? Is it right to convict before
we hear the evidence? Why not let
each tub stand upon its own but
Tin- VtnrcehnI M.l Hon*.
There Is a pretty little history in eon- ;
nod ion with the naming of the fash- !
ionablc Marechal Nlol rose, which, ns j GEORGIA—Coweta County,
generally known, Is named after tho | j y NolaUi hBving applied to the
Court of Ordinary of said Oouuty for
letters of administration on the estate of
desert, Is not far behind
leap through ihe air. clearing about ten
feet in a .lump, al the rate of 800 foot
in a second Compared with those,
the speed of the fleetest of the larger
animals appears a crawl. Thus the
measured speed of the ostrich is only
08 feet i second, that of the gazelle
SO foot i second and the swiftest dog
the borzoi, or Russian wolfhound T.">
reel a second Even the swallow's
greatest speed does not exceed 100
feet a second.
famous general of the Franco Austrian
war. "When Nlel was returning from
Ihe scene of his victories in war,” j
writes an eminent florist, "one of the David Nolan, deceased, all persons con-
peasant women along the line of march I corned are required to show cause in
presented him with a beautiful basket said Court by the first Monday in Au-
of yellow roses. One of theso flowers gust next, if any they call, why said up-
lt is said to still had B» roots clinging to it. and on plication should not be granted.
Ills arrival in Paris Nlel planted the y| U(j j u [ v u M ) t r,
flower in his garden. The rose thrived ^ A ' PERDUE, Ordinary,
and Anally grew to h hush covered
with blossoms. The general then pre
sented the plant as a gift to Empress GEORGIA—CowetaOonuty.
Eugenie She was delighted with the
beauty anil fragrance of the flower
and, on learning that the rose lmd no
name, said significantly: ‘Then 1 will
give it one. I christen it the Marechal
Nlel,' and at the same time she he
Jus. K. Polk, Adnir. of the estate of
William Newman, having applied to
the Court of Ordinary of said County
for letters of dismission from lus said
trust, all persous concerned are required
PROUriC NEWSPAPER WRITERS.
Mill k l « atii sax s that his
np> daily out put of w riling;
lu> works is I .sod words i
'Thai is about the average
work ol the newspaper writer on
a large daily paper tiaj in and day
out,seven days a week, it: the
course of a year t his amounts to
(>67,000 words. The ordinary
novel contains about 100,000
words. The uexvspaper man
Sxvonlaiitiniinlilp lautu-t n Tiger.
Sir James Outruin, known as the
Bayard of India, was a "mighty hunt
er" and an accomplished swordsman,
lie once performed Ihe hazardous feat
of killing a tiger xx'ith his sword and
from the hack of lea horse General
Nicholson performed a similar feat.
He rode round and round the tiger at a
gallop, gradually narrowing the circle
until at hist he was near enough to de
liver his liloxx ll«> had only toe one
blow and if he had failed would have
been slain. The explanation of the feat
is that the tiger does not spring upon
the horseman during the circling proc
ess because he Is xvstehlng his opportu
nity. As the circle draws closer ami
closer upon him he becomes bewildered
by the strange maneuver, so unlike
that of any lnmter he has ever encoun
stowed upon the amazed general the to show cause in said Court by tho first
jeweled emblem that betokened his Monday in August next, if any they
promotion to the exalted office ol mar- ( .|in, why said application should not
slut I of France." . be granted. This July 3rd, 190G.
9 -Oil J H I lip
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12 lftpjll 05p
\ OOpJ 5 00a
fi BOp 0 G5a
Lv -..New Orleans.—-.
8 25 p
10 ’7 p
11 25 p
III t ill
Ar Mini te ad
Ar Ohebaxv ....Ar
Ar ...Auburn Ar
Ar Columbus Ar 12 Hop
Ar .. Lb Urrtnge Ar
Ar Newnun Ar
Ar Hulrburn Ar
Ar.. Hast Point Ar
Ar ...Washington r.v
Ar ....Baltimore I,v
Ar Philadelphia bv
Ar New York [,v
7 45 p
9 22)) 12 51a
B 28 p
to II P
Above trains daily. Connections at New Orleans for Texas, Mexico, California. AtCh»b.iw
jorTuskegee. '.'lllstead for Tallahassee.
LaOrnnge accommodation leaves Atlanta dally, except Sunday at 5:30 p. m. Returninn
leaves haQrange at 5:50 a. in. arrives Atlanta 8T5 a. ni.
Trains 35 and 3ft l’ullmuu sleepers New York and New Orleans Through coaches Washing
on and New Orleans.
Trains 87 and 38 Washington and Southwestern Limited. Pullman sleepers, comparlmen
ar s. observation and dining cars. Complete service New York and New Orleans.
Train 97 United Slates f ist mail. Through day couches Atlanta uud New Orleans.
XYrite for maps, schedules and information.
J. 3 HEYWARD. J. P. BILLUPS,
D. P. A., Atlanta, Ua. ti. P. A., Atlanta Oa.
CHAS. A. WICKER8HAM,
Pres, and Hen Mgr., Atlanta. Ha
The Courage of Fnllnrr.
All honor to the man or woman who
knows no such xvord as defeat; xvho
writes enough to tnnko ti UOVi’l ol folloxvs the pathway of a consistent
the best selliii}; type even txvo purpose and In tho line of duty, even
mouths,with plenty left over at ™Rh the dark shadow of failure ob-
’ . settring the way. To have the courage
the end ot the year to make 0 f on ,e 8 convictions at all time nnd
another book very respectable size, under nil circumstances requires no
Let us suppose that he works at! " n " ul Of character and determl-
the business forty years. He hits 1
nation. It Is better to go down to ultl-
Sell ill*’ ‘ -
When Schiller xvns a boy :il school he
was tormouted by Swiss tutor mimed GEORGIA— CowetaOonnty.
Kuplig, xvho caiue from the Orisons in d. O. Posey, Gnnrdmu of Warren C.
ton. deal's later, when the poet w rote ; p ogt >y i having applied to the Court of
•The Robbers." be revenged himself 0rdiuBry of sftid County for letters of
on Kupli# nnd the (*i'Uon-< bv intro- .. f ..
, . . dismission from his said trust, all por-
duointi this littlo spoeoh: “To l>o a . *
scamp you must have sou ins More 80,18 concerned are required to show
over, a special climate Is needed for muso in said Court by the first Monday
Hi" groxvth of scamps, and to prove in August next, if any they can, why
this 1 recommend you to visit the Gri- said application should not be granted,
sons canton. It is the veritable Athens This July 3rd, H*05.
of modern rascality." In the later edi- j L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
tlona of "The Robbers" this quaint bit |
of spleen does not appear. It is sag
gcsied that Schiller was not moved to GEORGIA—Coweta County,
expunge it by any remorseful feeling. Thomas Leigh having applied to the
but by a very forcible protest from the j Court of Ordinary of said Oouuty for
residents of the abused canton against Guardianship of the person and property
this calumny. j 0 f Lillian Burpee, minor, oil persous
~ j 7” “ i concerned are required to show cause iu
Muatcul Corned?. ,
Musical comedy was introduced into ' Court bj^'the first Monday in Au-
Englnnd May 23, 185t>. Dignified by gust next, if any they can, why said ap-
the name of “opera," an entertainment plication should not be granted,
called "The Cruelty of Spaniards In This July 7th, 1‘JOO.
Peru” was produced at the Cockpit L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary,
theater on that day. According to no- ;
tices of the ttrae it was “expressed by j
vocal and instrumental music and by Mis$ Emmie Sue Hendrick, of
Child Not Expected to Live from One Hour to
Another, but Cured by Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Ruth, the little daughter of E. N.
Dewey, of Agnewvtlle, Va., was seri
ously ill of cholera infantum last sum
mer. "We gave her up and did not ex
pect her to live from otic hour to anoth
er," he says. "f happened to think of
Chamberlain's Colic, Choli-ra and
Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of it
from the store. In five hours I saw a
change for the better. Wo kept on giv
ing it and before she had taken the half
of one small bottle she was welL" This
remedy is for sale by Holt & Cates,
druggists, Newnan, Ga.
J 1ms juatv overthrow in a cans* which one the art of perspective in scenery.” The jf ew - uau has been in town visiting
written 25,280,000 words.or 204 believes to be just and right than to production also marks the first use of ‘
books Not even Mrs E 1> E X profit by any compromise with eon scenery on the stage, and its develop- relatives tor a lew days, ^ne
science or suffer the lowering of the meut a few year* later caused Pepys , left for the Campgrounds last
Southwortli could l>eat that, and
yet there are those who imagine
that journalism is an easy job.—
Pine Bluff, A.tk., Commercial.
moral tone which must come to all to remark disparagingly after a t*®** j Sunday to begin the summer term
who lose the consciousness of adher- to the serious draosa, "Strange to see " , , , .. .
of her school at that place.
ence to their faith rather than wear tha this house, that used to be so thronged,
laurels of honest defeat.-Madauie. i now empty since the opera began."
-Franklin News and Banner.
Mrs. A. .f. Lyndon, who has
been the guest other cousin, Miss
McKinley, in Kirkwood, has
returned to her home in Athens.
Later Mrs.Lyndon, Miss Lyudon
aud Miss June will visit Mrs. Ru
fus Lenoir at the Lenior home iu
beautiful Yadkin Valley, North
Carolina, and will return to Ath
ens in September, when Mrs. Lyn
don will open her lovely home on
Prince Avenue.—Sunday’s At-
When you give a plumber a
job. be sure the pin tuber knows
it is business All work in this
line should be done by an ex
pert. Otherwise, endless trouble
and expense is certain to result.
In dealing with Sexton, you
get the services of an expert.
Remember this when you need
the services of a plumber.
I have a complete stock of
supplies, water fixtures, bath
tubs, etc., etc.. This is great
ly to the advantage of my pat
rons, as I can supply their
needs on short notioe and at
Am selling garden
hose at cost.
W. L. Sexton,
The Newnan Plumber.