! Ladies’ Goods i Specialty
We can ami will make it pay ybti to read thin advertise
ment of stylish goods at popular prices, as we say lilies
I tress (locals and Furnishings are our specialties; either in
medium grades or line novelties, we carry trimmings to cor-
respond and will (five you the daintiest costume that can
inunncd and at the least possible
Henriettas .and serges for the trimmed dresser. These
we have in a variety of shade- greens, reds, tans, grays and
blues. Of'course we have blacks, as we'are sole agents for
the celeb rated “Cold Medal” black goods, Jwhich every wear
ei ol black should see in making a purchase. Priced from
lilt\ cents to one dollar a yard.
Why is it that the papers and sophistry and low running but he
politicians opposing Hoke Smith will look in vain for the true man,
do not denounce tlje senators and who has no concealment.froth the
congressmen from Georgia- who people, and who would be ashamed
I have Ihhmi instrumental in having to claim, as a virtue in himself,the
Georgia negroes appointed to fed- alleged shortcomings ot others.
Also, in all the rich shadings for fall and winter. Hun-
t,. r ’s Crecn Kcccda Croon, and the latoM. casts of red. These
are twill-back broad cloths at #1.00 and *1.35 per yard.
oral offices! Why are not the gov
ernors of Georgia, the presidents
of the Georgia senate, the speak el’s
of the Georgia house of representa
tives flayed by the these-outraged
patriots for the negro appoint
ments they have madet—Scab
II Scab Wright waits for a logi
cal answer to his question from the
quarter to which it is addressed.he
will still Is* waiting when the mil
The contrast will necessarily l>e
a painful one to-Candidate How
ell’s supporters—to those of them,
at least, who prefer candor to cun
ning. and manly openness to the
arts of the mere political trickster.
Furniture or Housefvrnishings
YOU WANT, CALL AT
Notice to Subscribers.
E. 0. REESE S BIG
Cussing the Populists.
SoicHcttc, the best waist.iug in colors or black
silk, wears like silk. Per yard, lift cents.
Cotton Broad Cloths
In ii line line of shades and imitates a line grade of doth.
Wears well. Priced at ‘25 rents a yard.
\\ e show the greatest variety of styles'll! new up-to-date
silks in this market. Yard-wide black at 90 cents, #1.00and
*1.25 per yard. Yard wide solids and eliangoubles, also
stripes at *1 .00 and ♦ I .‘25 per yard. Plaid silks at 50 cents
special, also at 75 cents and ItOe per yard. Some beauties in
small checks, 27-inch, 00 cents per yard.
We sell these: K ripOlidorf-1 Hitman Shoes, “Cold
Medal” l$laek Goods, American l.mly Corsets and llutterick
POTTS & PARKS
Clark Howell, having exhausted
his vocabulary of abuse on Hoke
Smith, now turns liis guns on
those who are supporting tin* peo
In Monday’s Constitution he
lips up Judge Hines. Scab Wright
and Tom Watson for their open
support of Hoke Smith, in a lash-
ion that’s amusing.
One of the News’ rules ot eon
duct is that suliscribers will not la* .
“dunned in the columns ot the | 00 k at the Stock and a word as to Prices will always make a sale.
paper,” as it is frequently express- j
ed. Another rule of the News is |
that no facetious remarks will be
made about delinquent subscribers,
and no effort will be made to
"have fun” at their expense in
the News columns. (
These rules will be strictly ad
hered to; and, therefore, this no
tice is not to be classed with the
kind mentioned. It is published
merely to notify snbseriliers to the
News that they will lie expected to
conform to the business rules gov-
E. O. REESE,
Newnan Marble Works,
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
Having resorted to every scheme ... , .....
r( ,j erningrthe conduct ol this business.
known In modern politibs to g«
the support of populists of this
| state, and having failed, his wrath
gets the best of him and he just
I “cusses” out the “whole shootin’
A remarkable statement in this
editorial is that Scab Wright and
I Hinds ran against Atkinson.
Is Clark Howell so silly that lie
I thinks the people have forgotten
the Constitution’s enmity to Hill
Howell’s paper hounded down!
Atkinson from tin* time he entered
politics till his dying day, and it
once branded him us the “curly-
I haired pup from Coweta.”
Neither Hines, Wright nor Wat-
Ison ever said so hard things about
| him. llli! Clark, you’ll never fool
i a11 Atkinson follower in this way,
and, what’s more, you’ll never Ik*
j abb* to make an old-line Democrat
leave Hoke Smith for you, with
your claim that the populists are
■ for Hoke.—Gwinnett Journal.
Manufacturer and Dealer in—
Kinds Marble and
Georgia Marble a
The Newnan News
Issued Every Friday.
J. T. FAIN, Editor and Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION RATE, $1.00 PER YEAR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COWETA COUNTY.
’Phono No. 20.
OFFICE UP STAIRS IN THE WltCOXON BLO G
Coweta's educational interests
are on the up-grade. The interest
inunil'csLcd in local taxation indi
No doubt the Democratic party
in (jeorgiu will split on the rocks
and be utterly wrecked and ruined
if Scab Wright, Hines mid Watson
are allowed to vote for
Smith; but, if they east their bal
lots for Howell, the old party will
lie safe for a thousand years.
That’s the logical position of the
Constitution and its newspaper
satellites throughout the State. As
a Democratic newspaper,the News
thinks their position is mighty
haky and their utterances are
High and Low Plane Politics
That new afternoon paper in At
lanta shoiildJU* in the Held in time
to get its candidate for governor,
in something else, in the running.
Some newspapers, like some
men, me not as "scrappy” as they
seem. It pleases them to pose as
lighters and talk big until some
Ihh1\ calls their lilutV.
Hotli the Journal and the Con
Stitution are watching the “line
up;” and, as each is watching
“t’other s" line, it is thought the
Constitution is the busiest.
On account of ill health Will D.
Cpshaw, Financial Secretary ol
Monroe Female College, has Wen
The Sunday papers recently
Hoke contained the announcements of
two candidates for office—John
Temple Craves for the Senate, and
Clark Howell for Governor. To
read the two productions and com
pare them will furnish mi intesest-
ing study of men. It will afford a
line illustration of the high' plane
and the low plane candidate, of the
man who seeks office through merit
and of the one who seeks it solely
through political cunning and the
alleged demerits of an opponent.
Candidate Craves makes no as
sault upon the character of his op-
period. Will Upshaw
forced to abandon that work for an Poneut. lie rightly concedes to
him the high character which he
claims for himself. He
doesn’t deal in innuendoes and
false charges against his honorable
Home seekers should seek homes
in Coweta county. No section ot
Georgia is more promising or holds
forth fairer prospects to people
looking for homes in a prosperous,
is one of the most consecrated, 'justly
earnest Christian workers in the
South. His achievements, in view
of his physical condition and the
obstacles he has lx*en compelled to
surmount, are marvelous. His life
should inspire young men every
where to noble endeavor and lives
of unselfishness. Georgians of all
religious d e n o m i n a t i o n s
will unite in hoping that Will Up
shaw may W* restored at an early
date to hi* position among the
State's Christian workers.
The News’ subscribers are ex- j
| peeled to pay for the paper every j
year—at some time during the
j year—the money is not exacted i
strictly in advance from reliable
persons. This is a reasonable rule
and greatly to the advantage of
the suliscribers. It will lie enfor-1
eed. Snbseriliers must not get the
impression that the News will
hesitate to send them statements !
or ask them to pay up, if ( they i
neglect this rule. They are given
twelve months to settle a bill of
#1; and it will lie useless for them
to get angry if we take steps to
collect all dollars not paid during
the twelve months. The News
fears the anger of no man, when it
knows it is right; and the fellow
who is “going to pay up and stop
the paper” is a source of amuse
ment, not anxiety, to us.
• As has been stated before, sub
scribers owing for the News for
time prior to Jan. I, 1905, should
settle with I*. T. McCutchen. Sub
scribers owe the present manage
ment for the News only for this
year. However, we are authorized
to collect and receipt for any sums
due Mr. McCutchen and are al
ways pleased to do so.
We hope all subscribers who
owe us will voluntarily pay up be- j
tween this time and Christmas;and |
not force us to send them state- i
incuts or take steps to collect.
This is a friendly explanation of
the News’ position, designed to be
mutually beneficial to our patrons 1
and our business interests. We
hope our subscribers as a whole
will respond to it in the proper
spirit, and that we will lx* able to
say at the end of this year that the
News has the largest percentage of
paying snbseriliers of any weekly
newspaper in the State. -ft
All work guaranteed to be First Class in every particular.
Parties needing anything in our line are requested to call,
examine work, and get prices.
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR R. R. JUNCT’N.
DR. T. B. DAVIS,
Residence 'Phone 6-thret
DR. W. A. TURNER,
DAVIS & TURNER SANATORIUM,
Corner College and Hancock Sts.,
NEWNAN, - - - GEORGIA.
High, central and quiet location.
All surgical and medical cases taken, except
Trained nurse constantly in attendance.
Rates $5.00 per day.
Private office in building. ’Phone 5 two calls.
Davis & Turner Sanatorium.
Merck & Dent
A Regular Smash-up
Now nun will have a municipal
election on lk*c. 4tit. Don't toi’get
to register—and vote. It is the
duty of all good citizens to go to
the ballot 1k*x and express their
preferences for men to manage the
various affairs and interests of the
After wooing tlu* ex Populist
leaders and the rank and file of ox-
Populists assiduously for several
months the Constitution and its
editor-candidate ami his chief
lieutenants have turned their guns
right briskly on these same dear
gentlemen. Why! Merely lo
calise Watson, Hines and Wright
have announced for Hoke Smith
and it is evident that a vast ma-
opponent, and seek to cover up
weaknesses of his own by exag
gerating or manufacturing, out of
hand, those of the man In* opposes.
He doesn't wish to deceive the
people, and so he takes them fully
into his confidence—telling just
what, as to principles and policies,
his election would mean. It is the
deliverance of a true man to men
equally true with himself, and en
titles him to tin* respect of the sup
porters of Bacon, not less than to
that of his own.
Drop now to the plane of the
mere shifty politician.and consider
the other announcement. It is
called “preliminary” by its au
thor, because he knows it does not
contain the things which concern
the people ami which they wish to
know, that is. for what his candi
dacy stands. It is full of insinua
tions and innuendoes and false
points a straight finger to
this place, for the very
good reason that here un
wheeled, generally bat
tered up vehicles can gpt
back to business at small
cost. One word and that
is the end of it: We do
carriage repairing and
charge you only just
Wounds, Bruises and Burns.
By applying an antiseptic dressing to
wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries
before inflammation sets in, they may
be healed without maturation and in
about oue-third the time required by
the old treatment. This is the greatest
discovery and triumph of modern sur
gery. Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts
on thiB same prinoiple. It is an anti
septic and when applied to such injur
ies, causes them to heal very quickly. It
also allays the pain and soreness and
prevents any danger of blood poisoning.
Keep a bottle of Pain Balm in your
home ami it will save you time and
money, not to mention the inconveni
ence and suffering such injuries entail.
For sale by Dr. Paul Peuiston, New
Howell Raises the Temper
Closing Out Sale.
With twelve columns of liquor
advertisements in yesterday’s is
sue, soliciting fifty thousand peo
ple to send orders to the saloons of
Atlanta for liquor, editor Howell
is silly indeed to raise the temper
ance issue in Georgia against Hon.
Sowing the prohibition counties
of this State with his solicitations,
he is selling a hundred times more
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY.'
In Effect May, 1904.
joritv of ox-Populist voters will. ^
, ... charges against mi opponent muter
east their ballots tor him. h these ” , „„ .
, , , , , than huuself. There is nothing
ex-l’opulists were sncli good tel- 1
candidacy for governor will Ik* in
jured by the support of
Wright talk like fellows who would
have jumped six feet high and
y elped for joy if Seal* had an-
noiineed his intention to support
open or manly in it towards his
opponent, or ti
pie whose support he is asking—
Those Howell backers who are
t vni-o ii,ut ii >te Smith! lows a few weeks ago, w hen it was , , . , ,
eock-siue that Hokt Mmtii s * i opponent, or lair towards the peo-
■uipposed many ol Uiem would] * 1 . ...
Rani, I support Howell, why are they not, „ , . . .
, .. ,, 7 ,, .. *.i i not one of whom knows what of
good fellows now! Both biuatli j
and Howell arc Democrats, and in
voting for either, ex Populists
inerelv demonstrate that tliev have
[ policy or principle his candidacy
! embodies. Every intelligent read-
will see in the “preliminary”
Commencing Sept. ‘23, 1905, our
entire stock of merchandise will lx*
closed out at actual cost, for cash
only. We are going out of busi
ness as soon as the stock is sold,
so the public
that this is
liquor than the Piedmont bar, and c D ^./ P ^ A f g s ( : nt
the “tainted money” from “his
sales” that jingles in the Consti
tution coffers, is far in excess of
anything Hoke Smith might re
ceive if he was of the same ilk.
may rest assured The saloons of Atlanta cannot send
genuine cost sale.
persons to solicit in our dry coun-
Everything in the store is offend . b t f a dose of tainted
at cost; and this is an opportunity
to buy reliable goods at reduced
Lv Griffin Ai
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" Newnan *•
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“ Holland ,l
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For Information as to Rates, etc., address-
r . J. ROBINSON.
Asst. G. P. A.,
J. C. HAILE.
Gtnl. Pass Agent,
D. A. NOLAN,
TAKE YOUR CLOTHING TO
S. C. CARTER t CO.,
Hardaway & Hunter.
money” the editor is constrained
to violate the spirit of our laws
against solicitation for them.
If editor Howell wants to agitate
Is a man entitled to credit for the temperance issue in Georgia he
Being liberal when he freely spends should cease to aid in the sale of j
returned to the old party to stay ., the pastmaster in quibbling, | other people s money!
liquors himself.—Griffin Farmer.
OPPOSITE HOTEL PINSON,
when you want them
cleaned, pressed, repaired
| or dyed in the best manner
li ardat the most reasona-
| We prices.