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dies or other* lights, and electric
lights have therefore been intro
duced into the tombs of Seti I.,
Ramses 1., ill , IV. and IX, and
Am'en-hetep 11. This is note
worthy to strangers.
Of course We cannot at
tempt further description in the
limited space at command, but re
fer the interested to more extend
ed works dealing specifically with
these details which are of little in
terest to the average or even schol
arly reader, unless he be a special
ist. The student of archaeology
needs the works of specialists here.
This is a write-up of careful obser
vations and studies in travel, and
not at all a work dealing in detail
on the antiques of history.
One of our company, the Rev.
Junius W. Millard, D. D., writing
of this Royal Necropolis, succinct
ly voices (he sentiments of all vis
itors to these places by saying:
“It was a grim commentary upon
that pride of building and wealth
of carving upon which we had
been looking with wonder for two
days, to see the authors of it ail
come to such a place as this. It
set us musing upon its meaning,
out of the valley oi the tombs into
the world again.”
Never was there a hotter ride
than that out of the valley of deso
lation and over the desert plains
and hillocks to the Nile; once the
heat was so great, even with um
brella raised o’er-head, that the
author dismounted and betook
himself and animal and donkey-
boy to ‘‘the shadow of a great rock
in a weary land" lor a tiny rest and
relief from the heat, with oranges
only to quench the thirst. Our
donkey-boy would throw a cloth
first under one fbot and then under
the other to relieve him from the
intense heat of the wand, while
covering his head with cloths from
the sun above, as he ran beside or
behind my steed.
Our divided parties joined one
another, and together we hastened
o’er heated desert sands for Lux
or, recrossing the Nile in boat.
"They were mighty, yet they vanished;
Names are all they left behind them:
Glory first, and then an coho;
Then the very echo hashes,
All is still.”
(To be continued.)
Macon, G a . , June 10, 1905.
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doing business in our State. 1 do not hesitate to reco mm end
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■Yours very truly,
, J . W. CAR 1 NESS.
Atlanta, Ga. , June 20, 1905.
Man. Aetna Life Insurance Co.,
At 1 an ta, Ga.
I take pleasure in stating that I hold a policy for
$10,000 in the Aetna Life Insurance Company, with which 1 am
well pleased. I regard the Aetna ,as one of the strongest and
most conservative companies doing business^in this State,
and take pleasure in recommending it to prospective insurers
Yours very truly, ,
W. L . PEEL.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, of near
Newnan, attended divine services
here last Sunday.
... , Ijemuel and Hugh Glass, of
and trying to interpret as best we ; „
,, . ... , , Happy Valley, visited friends hero
could the Phoraonic philosophy of l ,
... wr u i » Sunday.
things. We had seen many tern ,, , ...
, ° , , , , Mr. and Mrs. Itrown and chil
pies; we could remember a few . ..
... , . , (Iren, of Douglas county, and Mr
royal hunting scenes blazoned on ... ...... ’ ,,
. „ r , , and Mrs. Itolierl Posey, of More
the walls, a few banquets and many
Take a Bath
religiour processions and festivals;
but everywhere there were the
same sickpning details of war and
tragedy, of the king dominating
everything, smiting his enemies
and offering to the gods great
rows of captives with ropes about
their necks. There was no pity
in kingly hearts. Might made
right. Crass selfishness and bru
tality, vanity and self-glorification:
this was the basis of life in Egypt
in the long ago, and the greatness
of the kings rested upon the de-
gradition of the people. The very
walls of these temples we had seen
were cemented by the blood and
sweat of anguished slaves. Rest
ing upon such a foundation, their
land, were the guests of the fam
ily of W. ,1. Hembree Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Parrott
spent several days last week with
relatives near Luthersville.
Charlie Smith, of Springdale,
visited friends'here last Sunday.'
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. .1, Smith
and Mrs. Mamie Smith and eliil-
(lren and Uncle Jack Smith, of
Palmetto, visited here last Satur
day and Sunday.
Leonard H. .laekson, of Atlanta,
visited here this week.
Mrs. A. K. Parrott and children
visited relatives at Flat Creek and
Fayetteville la>lt week.
Rev. <). ,1. Short was assisted in
the three days’ meeting by Itev.
F. M.-BRYANT, District Manager,
Aetna Life Insurance Company
, , , , , . , „ , ,.G. VV. Colquitt, of Palmetto. Kx-
pride had had its fall, and all had .. . .
r • , . .. ... cellent sermons were delivered.
; come to dust at last. Materialism
and selfishness are at the bottom
On Saturday church elected dele-
, . | gates to the association as follows:
of the failure of every nation, and | [fev (J w itt M „
Railev’s Barber Sboo • but ono »,th Babylon • „ a ,„i \
Daileys D aroer Jimp !an(1 w|th T And there J.', Smith as a)t» r „ati—,
was one relievinglfeature, for with ... . , . . .. .
,, , We are glad to note that Mrs.
it all there was a belief in a future ; . . ,, . , . ,
. ... Lewis Lrumed, who has lieen verv
life with its certain retribution.,, . .. .
. „ , , , llow tor several months, is con-
Blazoned on the walls of the tombs ,
were entire passages from the Book i ,, . , ,
| * . , . . • , . Mrs. John Todd passed through
of the Dead, with pictures of the . . . ., . . . ,
I, . , f here last Friday enroute to New
[last judgment, souls standing be- H
foreOsiris, the judge in the under- ’ ... ,, ,, ,
wo’ld the actions of this Me, Mr . , M „ M „. <)Km| .
j weighed m the unfaltering bah|^
ances of the justice of the gods. A , ,
1 b , family oM . C. Gamel last week,
strange mixture, this, of cruelty, vf . ,, . ., . , .
i . 6 .... , 7 Miss Kate Hoggin closed her
. i vanity, and re lgious trust, but it . , . , ,, . .
3 ' 6 ’• school at this place last Friday,
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Tin Work, Roofing
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art and literature, as well as for
architecture and worship. 1 won- Capse of insomn a.
1 der if our own generation, with its Indigestion nearly always disturbs the
I divine revelation, and its enthusi- 8, “P mon or lw)H «*«»»» often the oaftae
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|g men of ancient Egypt? As we by Holt & Catos, Druggists. Newnan,
I rode away from these tombs we (i} a. ,
| passed a Moslem cemetery where Notice
U with monotonous lamentations, ______ ’
jj they were filling a new-made Finding a ninnlmi' of Heard conn
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Mr. G. W. Fowinr, of .Hightower,
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serving on a jml.il. jury in a ninrdnr'ouso
at Kdwnrdsviihi, county scat of Cin
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Diarrhoea Remedy instead, saying that
he Imd what. I sent for, hut that, this
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I took one dose of it and was better in
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Hhf Yes, we do job printing.
Expert work and low
prices win. Shop oji-
posite Pinson Hotel.
| may vary, and Pharaoh give way to , around New nan, and after consul- agHtn.
I the Khedive, but Death reigns ^ion with a number of them, it
I from age to age and exacts his dM : id ‘j d * <*11 tor all
[J , , , ., r b ,. the original Heard county citizens
Going to Move.
Here is a chance txi get your j»ic
lure frames at cost, as we are clos
ingoiitoiir entire slxick of about
10,000 to save expense of moving
jhcui. These frames are, difl'erent
sizes and finish; yon are sure to j
liml just what yon want, and at a :
price you are. not likely to gel,
H. I). OWENS,
Newnan, <la. * 1 * * * *
jgl black tribute from every son of meet in Newnan at the court
man and brings sorrow into every hoilw . ttt 2 o’clock, p. m„ on Sat
l 1 - 1 == | home. With the glory and the urday, Sept, ifith, for the purpose j
If you don’t read The News you shame, the light and the shadows, ot organizing a Hoard eonnty elub.
don’t read all the news of Newnan of Egypt’s splendid past mingling j ‘ '[ha? nmyllie derived Tom
and Coweta. The News one year in our minds with the sorrows of j Klic h an organization,
for only one dollar. her degraded present, we rode 1 W . H. Oopelaud.
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That’s the price of ole
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at the shop of O. W.
Bradley, Merchant Tailor.
Anything higher in price
alsfi made Ixi order.
“NO FIT, NO PAY.”
Have v o ii r clothes
cleaneit, jiress<;d, or re
paired al this shop.
Suits pressed for one
dollar per month. Best
0. W. Bradley,
(Over Pope’s Store, i
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Cured of Lame Back After IS Years
I had been trouhhwi with In me back
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recovery in the use of Olminherlain's
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e(|ital for HpraiiiK and lirtiiscM, It, is
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Miss Mary Hibson lakes picas
lire in informing her former pupils
anti friends that, she will resume
her class in music Monday, Get.
2nd, at her home on Greeneville
Street, next door to the Pres by
terian church. ’I'hankful for past
patronage, she solieitx. a eoutinna-
t iou of same in future. It