Dr. Miles’ Anii-Paia Pills
Almost instantly, and leave no had
HT<‘Hs. Thoy also relieve every other
pain, Neuralgia, Rheumatic Pain, Sci
atica, Backache, Stomach aeho, Ague
Pains, Pains from injury, Bearing-
down paina, Indigestion, Dizziness,
Nervousness and Sleeplessness.
cause in the court of Ordinary of said
oouuty, oil the first Monday in October
□ext, why such adiniuiatnition should
□ nr be vented in the County Administra-
tor. Tins Sept. 4, 190.1
■U Li. A. PERDUE,
Ordinary, and E\ Off. 01k. 0.0.
OBORf if A—('oWetn < kmnty.
W H. Barfield, administrator of the
estate of Mrs. B. D. Vines, deceased,
having applied to the court of Ordinary
of Hnid county for leave to sell the lands
of said deceased, all iiersons concerned
are required to show cause in said court
by the first Monday in October next, if
any they can, why said application
should not be granted.
This Sept. 7th, ilS'S
22 L. A PERDUE, Ordinary.
GEORGIA —Ooweta County
In the Court of Ordinary of said
In lie: Probate of will of Mrs M. A. !
rtifly, deceased, m solemn form:
To Charley, Ned and Nancy Owens,
the children of Julius M. Owens, de-
reased, of Alvaradtt, Johttaou oonnty,
I'exas, Mrs Elizabeth Kelley and Mrs.
Susan Johnson, of the Stale of Arkun-
,,m, and to all of the heirs at law of said
1 Mrs. M. A Silly, deceased
! You mid each of you are hereby noli
lied that C I Owens has applied as ex
ecutor, to said court, for probate, in
solemn form, of the last will and testa
ment ol Mrs M. A. Bitty, hire of said
Coweta county, deceased, and you as
lien's at law of said Mrs M A. Sifiy,
are hereby required to lie anil appear at
t he court of Ordinary for said county on
the lirst Monday m October, I ’.HI/*, when
said application for probate will be
Phis September 7tli, 1900
L. A. PE It DUE,
, Ordinary Coweta County, Georgia.
Guardians’ Saies of Land.
All Ptln Is
Pain ia sure to follow any strain or weakening
inftnraee upon the nerves. It may be caused by
over-exertion, heat, intense mental effort, colds, in
digestion, or any cause that depresses, excites or
agitates the nervea. .So sensitive are they that the
leant pressure or strain causes suffering. Ity sooth
ing, strengthening and quieting the nerves, Dr.
Miles’ Ann-PaiiJ Pills relieve the pain.
They ate sold lay druggists, 25c a box, under a
guarantee that the first box will benefit, or money,
refunded. Never sold in hulk.
MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart
Miss Clyde Spearman, of Nqw
nan, is visiting her uncle, Mr. U.j
If. Spearman this week.—Laj
(i range Reporter.
('ol. A. T. Jones, a rising young
attorney of Hogansville, will move
to La(irange about October the
first. The Reporter heartily wel
comes Mr. Jones, and believes that
lie w ill make a good name for him
self in this city.— Lad range Re
At a meeting of the city council
of West Point on Wednesday af
ternoon a resolution was passed to
the effect that after January 1st,
mod, there would he no more li
cense granted for the sale of
whiskey. We understand that
there has been a strong sentiment
against the sale of whiskey
West Point for some time, and we
congratulate the council on its
stand. Now let us have a dry
county. — Lat J range Reporter.
Messrs. N. (>. Ranks and T. M.
Zellars, of (iri.ntville, are stock
holders in a corporation which
will establish a mammoth oil mill
and fertilizer plant in Ladrange.
Capital stock of the corporation is
(JE< IRGtA — Coweta Oonnty
Agreeable to an order granted by the *150,000 with privilegeofinereas-
oourt of Ordinary of Haiti county, at the j . ......... . . .. e
September term of said Ordinary’h mg to *500,000. A majority of
court, will lie Hold liefore the court house the stockholders are Troup county
tloor, at Newnau, Gu., on the llrnt Tues-
day of October, 1905, between the legal business men.
I bourn of Hide, to the highest mid best
- debts and contractu only to the amount
i of stock subscribed by them and not paid
Petition for Charter.
)RUlA -Ckivvetn County
1 Mu Superior ( ’oart of Said 1 Vnin 1 v
l» ntion ot P. I. Sutherland, Jen
,n M Sutherland mid Bet I to Mattox, all
ol tli • oouuty of Iluval and Stale of
I loriila re»|x*ctfully shows
I l.l That they desire for themselves,
1 1.-11 associates snei'essois mid assigns
in become incorporated under the Iiiwk
of lieoiglu for the full lerm
(ll.) The prinoipal offloe and plaee of
business of said corporation shall be at
the city of Newnan - in said oouuty of
Ooweta and State of Georgia
(10 ) That at the corporate meetings
of shareholders each shareholder shall
lie entitled to as many votes as he owns
shares appearing in Ins mime 011 the
books of said corporation
(11 ) W horetoro, youi petitioners pray
tlint after this petilion lias been tiled and
published in ae.cnrdunne with the law,
that the oom't grant the proper and n
bidder, for cash, the following described
Gauds lielotiging to the estate of Lillian
; Burpee, minor, towit: One-fourtli iu-
! terest in lifty (bOg aores of land off the
; east half ol east half of lot of land num
1 her one hundred and three (1011,) and
ten (10) acres of land, being a strip of
land off of the west side, of lot of land
| number one hundred and four (104.) all
. I of said land being ill the Fifth (6th)
District of said oouuty.
Sold for the purpose of encroachment.
Guardian of Lillian Burpee.
This Sept. 6tli, 1906.
Guarding would state tbat pt the same
time and place, tho remaining three-
fourths of the above described lands will
be sold by the heirs of Mrs Mary Leigh,
deceased, at the same price per acre as is
fjaid for the share of said Lillian Huri**e,
said luurs joining in making a deed. 22
Prom Last Week’s Meri
Pickles and Vinegar
In oUTyStock of Heinz goods will be found all the
brands of pickles—both sweet and sour—manu-
, factuped by the greatest pickling and preserving
plant iu the world. Bear this in mind, we sell
qALL the Heinz piokl es. No matter what kind
\ou want, we can supply it.
Praise of the Heinz products is unnecessary.
Every housekeeper is familiar with their excel
lent qualities. We merely wish to stress the fact
that, our stock of these superb products is com
We sell Heinz vinegar exclusively. White
Wine Pickling and Apple Vinegar, of this brand,
are unsurpassed in quality. They never fail to
please the particular housewife.
C. P. STEPHENS S CO.
The Promot Service Grocers.
The National Collection Agency of Washington, D. 0.,
will dispose of the following judgments :
f uviity ii'iir with (lie privilege of , essary order of incorporation and that
r- ii.'iviil ut (lie i.xpirulion of said term,
uiu|. i tin name mid style nt "The Hume
(:' I The object of the proposed col po
inMon u pecuniary profit mill gam to the
HtoyKliolders then oi
Cl. i The business petitioners propose
li, cm-ry on in llmt of farming generally,
I'n> planting, cultivating, gathering,
using for the use ol said corporation and
tie .nlr ol out loll, corn, bay, wheat
mil. potatoes, vegetables and other
crops, the raising for use of
i In proposed corporation
tin. market and exchange
Ibis |>etilion, together with said order,
be recorded i»n required bv law.
W C. WRIGHT
Filed ill office tins Sept. t, 1906.
Oik. S O. O. O
GEORGIA -Oowola Oouuty.
I, L Turner, Olerk of (lie Superior
Oourt of said oonnty, do hereby certify
Mint Hie above ami foregoing is a true
and correct copy of the original petition
ami for j for charter of "Tint Homk Company,"
if horses, as appears of tile and record in ibis of
ultle, sheep, ImgN and other an , lice. WiliiesH m.v band and the seal of
i carry on and operate a store said court, this Sept. 1, ltKki.
purolmse and sale of general i L. TURNER,
merohantlise and to buy and sell any and 22 Glk. M. O. O. O
all kinds of articles and inoroliamliae
•lither bv retail or wholesale and to ex-
elinnge nieroliandise for other articlnH| Ordinary 9 Wotices.
and produce, to iqierote and conduot | ciK<>lt(i 1A -Ooweta Oountv I The undersigned own the remaining
•me mill and own mid operate nmohiii- M,i Um N. Sewell having applied to j four-littbs of the lands described in tlm
lor the sawing and manufacturing I q,,, court 0 f Ordinary of said county foregoing advertisement, each of us own-
for letters of administration de-boms- iug ail tin divided ono-lifth in .aid laud,
non on the estate of William Sewell, de and we agree to make the luncbaser of
ceased, all lieraoiiH concerned are re- said one-fifth interest described in Haul
quired to show cause in said court by advertisement a deed to our said one-
the lirst Monday in October next, if any fifth interest each in said land in con-
thov can, wliv said H)i|ilicaiioa should siderution of a tike sum, each, for whioli
not he granted. said one-ffftli interest may Iki bid off; so 1
(1E< 1RGIA—Ooweta Oouuty.
By virtue of an order from the court
of Ordinary of Ooweta county, Georgia,
will be sold, ou tin* first Tuesday in On
tuber, 1906, at the court bouse door ill
Newnau, ill said oonnty, between the
legal Ilnurs ot sale, the undivided one-
till li interest of J. W Houston, Jr , iu
and lo sixty live acres', more or less, of
lot of land number two hundred and
t wenty six, lying north ot Hear oteek.
Also a like interest m the south half of
lot uf laud numlier two hundred and
tweftty-three, containing one hundred
mid one and one-fourth (101 I 4) acres,
more or less. Said two tracts adjoin
and are situated in the second district of
said Ooweta county, and bounded on
the north and east by lands of W. S. J0S,su*
Bexley mid the south midwest by said . Press.
Bear creek and the lauds of II. W. Camp
and Hardaway. Saul order granted at
the September term, 1900. of said court
of Ordinary. Terms of sale, cash.
| This September 1th, 1906.
J. H. HOUSTON,
Guardiau of J W. Houston. Jr
Tile undersigned own the
Mr. VV. ('. McBride, a Newnan
capitalist, spent Wednesday in
Co). It. (). Jones, of Newnau,
spent Wednesday in Greeneville
on legal business.
Messrs. N . F. Culpepper and A.
M. Hill spent last Tuesday in
Miss K tli el Kent! ley returned to
her home in Senoia last Tuesday
morning, after visiting Misses
Nauna and ida Keith.
L D Whiteett
Gilbert & Hewitt
J H Rodgors
Lewis & Murphy
M T Latah
Mrs A KSmith
Sum Hurst /
L H Turner
R L Brewer
Reeves Bros & Co Griffin
J 8 Gregory
Frank P. Ouse
J 8 Mills
C L Mousley
E O Brown
J B StiloH
R L Lewis
W T Oookroll
Warren & Huff
O H Levan
Mrs R Baer
S L Durden
R L Clements
J P Hurst
B P Lara bed
R H Caudle
J H Kmgry
Head & Warren
Carr & Co
H T Daniel
W T Harrison & Son Killen
W J Henderson
1 M Bouev
J W Hand
A hank has been organized at
Lutherville and will soon lie in j
operation. Mr. W.C. McBride,
of Newnan, is the largest stock-1
holder. Lutherville is a progres
Emily Mitchell, of N'ew-
the guest of Miss Mamie
Send Bids to
THE NATIONAL COLLECTION AGENCY,
Washington, D. C.
Atlanta & West Point Railroad Co. ,
The Western Railway of Alabama.
Direct Lines Between North, East, South and Southwest. U. S. Fast
Mail Route. Through Palace Sleeping Cars. Dining
Cars. Tourist Sleepers to California.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 20, 1904.
of lumbar. shingles mid other wood
products, for tin* use of tin* proposed
corporation, for pu.v and for salt*, to own
on I o|H>nit<* a null and necessary ina
eliinrry for the grinding of wheat , corn
mid other grain into flour, meal and
otleir produels for the use of the pro-
pir-'d corporation, for side nud for pay,
m ow n and o|ien\U< a ginnery including
idi ueee.vsuv machinery for the ginning ,
ntiii pressing of cotton for the projiOKed
oipo ration. for others and for pay, to
buv and sell cotton seed, to conduct a
dairv and to sell and (ll8|K)Ne of milk and
butter and other dairy products, lo man-
CaiTolltcn’s public school open
ed la-si wet*k with an enrollment of
4‘2() pupils—the largest in the
Mrs. J. J. Farmer and son, ('ar
son, have returned to their home
in Starke, Fla., after spending
several days with relatives in
l’his 8e|it. 5th, 1905,
22 L. A PERDUE. Ordinary
GEORGIA —Ooweta Oouuty.
Annie K. Orr having iqipliod to the
court of Ordinary of said tsnuity for let
ters of administration on tho estate of
8ylvioius G. Orr, dooeased all persons
iil'ii. lure naval stores or deal iu stum* as concerned art required to show cause in
commission merchants or factors tobuy s , u ,i court by the lirst Monday m Ooto-
and sell or hold real and jii rsonal )trop* tier next, if any they can, why said ap
erty of any and all kinds, including pliciytion should not bo granted,
stocks mid bonds of ot tier corporal ions, This Sept, till, 1906.
and t»i do such other acts as may he nee- 23 L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary,
IS. IS. Lewis hits been elected
that the purchaser >f said one fifth in-1 cashier ol the Bunk of Heard
t'ounly. The bank’s capital stock
is *25,000. The bank will open
for business as soon as it is char-
tlio whole of said
terest may acquire
This Sept. 4th, 1906
W. P. HOUSTON,
ADDIE HOUSTON TAYLOR,
23 J. W. HOUSTON.
12 2. ip
tered and a biink building erected. 1
essary to carry on the 'busiqes
. 4 i Your ivtitiotiers desire to have
the right to sue and be sued, coutraot
nod be contmeted with, hnve and use a
GEORGIA —Ooweta County.
W. M. Glass, administrator de-bouis-
iion on estate of Beiijamin G. Barker,
deceased, having applied to the court of
common m iiU to make bv laws binding Ordinary of said county for leave to sell
oil the members of the proposed ootpora- the lands of said deceased, all jiersoiis
turn and for its government, not inoon- j arc required to show cause iu said court
■ Nt-nt w ith law, to execute or receive by the first Monday in October next, if
mk'Ii conveyances and acquittances and ; any they can, why said application
rr.',‘ivi* mid hold such evidences of debt should not Ih> granted,
and securities ns may lie necessary to This Sept. 4th, 1905.
carry on the pixuioaeil business of the , 23 L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary,
'•uni eorpmatiou. Also to encumber
r* nl and jH'rsoiml i)>*ofxvrty, lend mid i GEORGIA —Ooweta Oouuty.
borrow money and secure same, issue ; T. F. Rawls, administrator de bonis-
and sell bonds and secure same by luorf-1 non ot estate of VV. A. Mitchell, de-
gnge ot teed ot trust and to have'all Mu* | ceased, having applied to the court of
rights, powers and privileges eiiuiuurat- | Ordinary of said county for leave to sell
cd ;n section 1862 of the code of Georgia : the real estate of saic\ deceased, all j>er
ot : 896 :u. well as all oilier jKiwers and | soq* Voucerned are required to show
privih ges incident to cor)(orations of cause in said court by the first Monday
like nature iu October next, if any they can, why
; ft. i The capital stock of said corpora 1 said apidioatioii should not Is* granted
tton shall be twenty-live thousand del-| This Sept. 4th, 1906.
lars divided into shares of one hundred 22 L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary
dollars each. All ot said capital stock ■
has already been paid in. ! GEORGIA —Ooweta County.
0 . Petitioners desire the privilege of ! A. P Baiffold, executor of Susan S.
increasing said capital stock from time I Gibson, deceased, having applied to the
to time to any amount not exceeding I court of Ordinary ot said county for
■ wo hundred and lifty thousand dollars leave to sell the lands of said deceased
and that sulweriptinns to tho oapital all persons concerned am required to
st of said corporation may bo paid iu ! show oause in said court by the first
i i uu v pnqierty or services ns may be i Monday in Ootolmr next, it any they
di t. niiim-d by ila* Board of Directors of can, why said application should not be
said cotporainm granted
7 "lie affairs of said cor)gyration This Sept. 4th, 1905.
- nit be managed and conducted by a 23 L A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
! uni oi directors and duly elected ofti- . —
• r> consisting of such number as may 1 GEORGIA —Ooweta County.
I • tixed and deteriiiuted by the corporate The estate of Z. Wortham, late of said
action ot said corporation. i county, -deceased, being unrepresented
s.) d’lie stockholdeni of said corpora- ] and net likely to be represented , all per-
uou shall be individually liable for its sons concerned arc required to sliow
Will Ik* sold, on lirst Tuesday in Got.,
1905, before the oourt house door, in said
county, within tho legal hours of sale,
to the highest bidder for cash, the fol
lowing pnqwrty, to-wit:
L'he northwest quarter of lot of land
number two hundred and twenty-nine
(329) in the First District of Ooweta
county, Georgia, containing fifty and
five eighths (60 5-8) aores, more or less,
and bounded on the north by lot of land
No. 228, on the east by William Odom
and the south and west by M. S. Mor-
Said laud levied on ns the property of
J. C. Morgan to satisfy a fi fa issued
from the city court of Newnan in favor
of J. A Coats against J. O. Morgan.
This Sept. 7th, 1906
22 J L BROWN, Sheriff.
Prof. ,T. L. Moore, of Bethle
hem, (la., a well known singer and
! vocal teacher, wan in the city last
Monday. Prof. Moore’s son,Hay
den Moore, is a recent addition to
the student body of the Southern
School of Telegraphy.
Rev. (I. O’N. Martindale will
deliver two addresses at the Car-
roll County Sunday School Insti
tute, which will be in session
Bept. 20th and 21st in the Cgrroll-
ton Methodist church. The sub
ject of his at 1 dresses are “Teacher
Training” and “Sunday School
! The Woman's Missionary and
lot on Aid Society, of the First Baptist
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32 J L. BROWN, Sheriff.
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