warn i TTPMrjKa*wg?g*i
. i'p Biigcw uinnii-
factmeil i \ u* hcie
in A11 h lit a.' Georgia.
A Southern Hugjiy
f< t Soul hei U 11 aoe.
hna a fine Leather Quarter Top, lias genuine
Leather. Spring Bottom Cushion, and Lea*her
Back, is elegantly pointed and fully guaranteed.
Regular retail price $W> t\) to $7 9.00.
90 b’«tr tills fine Collar and llaine,
^p^T.*** nickel mounted Hurm-'s solduith
every GOI.UKN HAGI.lv lU’Gti V, regular it tail
price 8H2.AO to $15.00.
Catuh g and full description sent on itruest.
GOLDEN EAGLE BUGGY CO.
158-160 Edgewood Ave., Atlanta, Ga.
A Coweta County Official
Gives his endorsement of the /Etna
Life Insurance Company:
Send for <>ur cutalog.
It tells about a t rade
you can learn in a
few months and
which will pay you
from $40 to $50
a month to start on.
Newnan, - Georgia.
Resolutions ol Coweta Lodge, No. 60, F.
& A. M..
Maiiut'l Salbido was born in the
Province of Itisoav in Ibe Kingdom
I of Spain on the Kith day ot April
Prof. R. II. Shell and family, of
Dothan. Ala., spent several days
last week w ith his sister. Mrs. .1.
Orune's Spring Medicine.
Crane's Kidney (tmti Backache
Crane's Cough Cure.
Cmue's Headache Relief.
Ornne’s Cholera and.Diarrhoen
Crane’s Family Liniment.
Crane’s Eczema Cure.
Crane s Liver Powders.
Crane’s Pile Salve.
Crane’s Liver Pills.
Crane’s Female Relief,
The«* ore Standard Prepara,
lions and are Sold and Recoin,
Take a Bath
gaiSey’s B arber S h °P
Where the equipment is new a,nd
first class and where all the latest a j >-
plianoes and accessories of the mod
ern buth room are nt yonr service
Your patronage is desired and mer
ited, and a trial will make you a per
BAILEY’S BARBER SHIP,
I tese Opera House Bui ding,
Newnan, - Ca.
1 T. M. MARTIN I
1 1 1
HI Does a LI jH
Si kinds of
Tin Work, Roofing |
Plumbing and |
e Expert work and low
;■ prices win. Shop op-
1 posite Pinson Hotel.
At the age of lf> years he lelt the
old eomitry and came to Cuba
where he remained about tw o years
w lien he became a resident ol the
United States making his home at
different points in the South until
t,88') ut which time he permanently
located at Newnan, <la., where he
cunt biliously resided unt il his deal h
on .1 line I St h, 11105.
In 1877 he was happily married
to Miss Annie Rainey, who sin
v i \ os him as well as two daughters,
the issue of this union.
Itro. Salbide was no ordinary
man. Leaving his native country
when but a mere youth and local
ing among strangers in. to him. a
'strange land, without means,
friends, inlliieiiee, experience and
without oven a knowledge ol the
English language, by study. appli
cation and with but little instrne- ;
lion, he acquired such a knowledge
of the English language as to be
able to speak it tluently and to
write in it almost perfectly and by
industry economy, honesty, com
los\ and correct business method*
he accumulated a competency and
was one of the most iiitluciitia! and
highly respected citizens ol this
city and section and at tin* time ol
his death held a responsible and
honorable municipal office.
He was in thorough accord with
the ideas and sentiments of the
country of his adoption,was
oils, conservative yet progressive,
public spirited and always ready
to exert his intlnencc anti use his
means for the development and
progress of his city and section and
for t he business, social, educational
and religious advancement and up
lifting of the people.
He was a bright and enthusias
tic .Mason and was honored by Itis
Lodge with the highest ollice with
in its gift, the duties of which lie
discharged scrupulously,ably, with
fidelity and to the satisfaction of
the brethren. He not only under
stood and believed in the tenets
and principles of this noble order
but exemplified them by his daily
walk and conversation.
His home life was where the ten
derest and most noble elements ot
liis nature were made manilcst and
it was here lie displayed those lof
ty qualities which go to make up a
considerate, loyal and devoted hus
band and a kind, indulgent and af
fectionate lather. I lis home rela
tions were, indeed, beautilnl.
lie was an humble follower of
and a true believer in the meek
and lowly Nazarene. trusted in
him “for life and for salvation"
and vva- a consistent member of
the I’resby terian t’hiirc’nof New
Therefore, be it resolved that in
the deal li of l’>ro.Sal bide this Lodge
lias lost one of its brightest, most
useful and beloved members, liis
city and section one of their most
conservative, progressive and I test
citizens, his church one of its most
loyal and devout memliers and liis
family a kind, generous, loving
and tender husband and father.
Resolved, further, that this me
morial be spread on the minutes ol
this Ixidge, a copy furnished the
family of our lamented brother,
who have our prolbundest sympa
thy, and be published in the city
Respectfi illy s u bin i tied,
NV. C. Wright, Chin’ii. ) ,. ommit .
Ignite an enjoyable entertain
meld was that given by Miss Mat
tie Jones, at her father's home
four miles from town, on last
Wednesday . A number of young
people from Whitesburg were in
vited to spend the day and they
report a very excellent time.
IIarris Jones, of College Park. is
spending some lime w ith his Ino
(her and sister, near town, lie is
just recovering from n serious ill
ness w it h ty piloid fe\ cr.
Mrs. I>. S. AI mun, accompanied
by her daughter. Miss lionu. came
dow u to the city last Friday on a
visit to relatives. Mrs. Almon re
turned home Saturday, but Miss
liana will remain here for a visit
of some length with relatives.
I’rof. V. D. Whatley and family
left Sunday morning for a two
weeks stay with his father and
mother in Troup county, near La
l 4 ,
< i range.
.I<111n Kilgore, of Watson. Ala.,
has been spending several days
with his parents in lhe city .
John Holloway, whose home is
at Clem, but who has been travel
ing in Alabama and Tennessee lor
some months, spent a lew days
with relatives and friends here last
w eek .
Profs. R. M. Stevens and F. Roy
Almon begun their respective
schools in Cuweta comity last
Moses Hearn, of Rurwell, (la.,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
(friends in Whitesburg. Mr. Hearn
lias many friends here, where he 1
went to school several years ago.
lie is now in Emory College and
will linisli the course There next
'Pile schools at Rothcrwood and
Raiiuing, both near Whitesburg,
begun their summer sessions last
Prof. V. D. Whatley lias accept
ed the Presidency of Hutcheson 1
College for another year, and will
devote his time to the upbuilding
of the school during the summer.
Miss Eugenia Watkins left last
Friday for Turin, where she w ill
teach the summer term of that
The first watermelons of the
season were brought to town Mon
day by W. T. Strickland.
Misses Mary Kate Tinncy, Dora
Duncan and Myrtie Stevens visited
friends at Sargent Saturday even
ing, remaining overiint.il Sunday
A good rain fell here Tuesday
afternoon and the lirst of much
v alue in about 7 w eeks. < >ur larm
cr friends are rejoicing with a
spirit of deepest gratitude.
Nest Sunday will lie preaching
day at the baptist church
Mrs. V. L. lirautley visited her
son, Dana, who is agent and uper
ator at Clem, last Saturday.
The Chattahoochee lias been
verv high this week on account of
the recent rains.
County Officers, Coweta County.
A. D. FREEWIAIW, Judge City Court of Newnan.
Newnan, Ga., .)into 17th, 190b.
Mr. \Y, 10. Hawkins. Manager, Atlanta, (4a.
Hear Sir;—In January. I ST I, al 29 years ol aye, I took in .KINA I.IKK INSl U-
A N’( '10 G< >M I’A N Y a $.‘!/)()() poliev on Onlinary Kile plan. The jii’si premium was
ill tout $(59.09 the second was ahoiit $“>;!.Oil. The premiums decreased until January
|S99, when the one paid then was $911.214. Since then there has been a small increase
until in January iPOn the prc>*nium was f I I 19.
I have lmV11 satisfied with this policy since it was taken, and with the dividends
made and declared each year. In my opinion the company is sale, and I can cheorlully
recommend it. Yours, etc.,
AKVAN 1) KKKKMAN.
F. M. BRYANT, District Manager,
Aetna Life Insurance Company
COLIC. CHOLERA AND
A few doses of this remedy will
Invariably cure an ordinary at
tack of diarrhea.
It h«H been need In nine epi
demics of dysentery with perfect
It cun always be depended
upon, even in the more severe
uttackn of cramp colic and chol
It is equally successful for
Hummer diarrhea and cholera
infantum in children, and Jh the
meanH of Having the liven of many
children each year.
When reduced with water and
Hweetened it in plea mint to lake.
Every man of a family should
keep this remedy in hiH home
Buy it now. It may Have life.
Price, 25c. Laroij Size, 60c.
/. Greene, I). D. 8.,
(>flic«* on Second Floor of
Khick Bros. < .‘o.’s Ihiil ling
L. M. Farmer,
Rales via Central of Georgia Railway
Summor excursion tickets at greatly roilucoil
rutoH arc now on Halo at all coupon ticket oflicoH,
t.o Mountain and washori' resorts in tin North,
Eimt, and South, via all-rail mules and via Sa
vannah and steamship lines.
For rates, schedules, routes, descriptive matter,
etc.,[apply to your nearest licket agent.
J. C. HAILE
Ceneral Passenger Agent. Savannah, Ca.
Buy |t Now.
Now is the rime to buy Chniulterlain’s
Colic, Oliolern and Diarrhoea Remedy.
It is cerrain to be needed sooner or later
and when that lime comes you will need
it badly—you will need it quickly. Bay
it now. If may save life. For sale by
Holt & Cates, druggists, Newnan, Ga.
When yon want a pleasant laxative
that is easy to take and certain to ar t.
use Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
tablets. For sale by Holt & Oates.drug
gists, Newnan, Ga.
! M. F. Cole,
(’. O’N. Martindale,
Miss Katie Sim* Brewster re
turned to her home at Newnan
yesterday,after a visit to her sis
ter, Mrs. T. K. Patterson. (Iriflin
News and Sun.
OHicc on Second Floor of the ArnidJ
Merchandise Co.’s Building
LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO CALIFORNIA.
If you are ever going to California,
this summer is the time to go. The j
rates are unusually low. Only $(12.60
Chicago to Ban Francisco, Los Angeles, j
Sacramento or Santa Barbara and re
turn, May i, 2, li, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 29,30,
!ti and June 1, also August «, 7, 8. 9, 10,
11, 12, 1 ft and 14. Double berth in tour
ist sleeping car, Chicago to California
$7. Through tourist cars for California
leave Union Passenger Station,Chicago,
10:25 p. m. daily. Route—Chicago,
Milwaukee* St. Paul, Union Pacific
and Southern Pacific Line. F. A. Mil
ler, General Passenger Agent, 1245
Railway Exchange, Chicago.
A few fonts of ad. and job
type, in good condition,
also some other material
for sale cheap. Address
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I sleep under towering monuments.
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