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Newnan, - Georgia.
Land of Promise
(Continued from page 6.)
Georgia, Coweta County.
with paragraph 2540 of the Civil Code
petition, of which a true copy in adjoin
ed, will lie presented to the Hon. R. \V.
Freeman, Judge of Superior Court, at
tlte court house in said county oti the
16th day of December, 1905.
J. W. Bku.amy.
W G. Post, Attorney.
place where Lou Hill resided and died
Levied on as the property of Sarah
Story by virtue of a fi. fa. issued from
the justice court of 050th District, G.M.,
in favor of Post & Post and against A.
D. Story, Sarah Story and Frances Fos-
After four weeks notice in accordance ■ ter. Tenant in possession notified in
terms of the law. Levy made by J. T.
Alsobrook, L. O., and turned over to
me. This Nov. 0, 1005.
J. L. BROWN, Sheriff.
Crane's Spring Medicine.
Crane’s Kidney and Backache
Crane’s Cough Cure.
Crane's Hondaohe Relief.
Crane's (Jholera.and Diarrhoea
Crane's Family Liniment.
Crane’s Eozema Cure.
Crane’s Liver Powders.
Crane’s Pile Salve.
Crane’s Liver Pills.
Crane's Female Relief.
These are Standard Prepara
tions and are Sold and Recom
T. M. MARTIN
on the altar is a representation of
God the Father and the Son, upon
a marble globe.”
The Academy of Fine Arts
showed us marvellous artistic pro
ductions chiefly of the Venetian
masters; being located near the
Iron Bridge and facing the Grand
Canal. Here we found Titian’s
world-renowned masterpiece “the
Assumption of the Virgin,” and
his beautiful “Presentation in the
Temple,” also Paolo Veronese’s
“Coronation of the Virgin” and
“Battle of Lepanto,” etc., etc.
The Rialto is the busy district
and engaged much attention, es
pecially the Rialto Bridge—a great
single span of marble, resting on
12,000 piles in the mud. We also
had pointed out to us “Shylock’s
House” and portico, made famous
by Shakespeare. We saw the far-
famed Venetian lace products and
also the process through which
the workers go in making it. Here
each employed girl is paid a france
(20 cents) a day, the price of a
piece being according to the time
of workmanship required. This
industry is patronized by the
Queen of Italy and the Govern
ment. Here also are made em
broideries, brocade, and damask.
Employment is thus given to a
vast number of women and girls,
something over 4,000. We were
told the Venetian Glass and
I Mosaic Manufactories at Murano
were very important and interest-
] ing, but we had not time to take
| them in our survey.
We were specially pleased with
, a long trip we took on the Grand
Canal of Venice, “the main street
of the City,” serpentine in shape,
intersecting Venice from north
west to southeast, and two miles
long, with palaces old and new,
residences, warehouses, banks,etc,,
! lining its sides, and gondolas and
! larger boats speeding o’er its sur
face. At night the air is filled
| with the music of pleasure-lovers
as they glide over the waves. We
can’t say we liked the odor of the
waters of Venice, however; and we
pie that find pleasure in gambling
of any sort by any means whom
soever they be!
Asleep, in Venezia, then on to
(To be continued.)
I GEORGIA—Oowetn County.
Georgia, Oowetn County. 1 By virtue of nn order of the Court of
To the Hon R. W. Freeman. Judge I Ordinary of said county, granted at the
of the Superior Court of snid eouutv : i November term, 1905, of snid court, will
The petition of ,T. W. Bellamy shows: he sold before tin* court house door in
First—That he is guardian of the per- | the city of Newnan in said county, rtur-
sou and property of Lizzie Dell Bellamy 1 ing the lognl hours of sale, on the first
and DeWitt Talnmge Bellamy, his two | Tuesday in December, 1905, nil of the
Water Cure for Constipation.
Half n pint of Hot water taken half ah
hour before breakfast will usually keep
the bowels regular. Harsh oathartios
should be avoided. When a purgative is
needed, tnke Chanibelnin's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They are mild and gentle
in their notion. For sulu by Dr. Paul
Penistou, Newnan, Ga.
The love of labor lightens the
A smiling lace is a great road
maker through life.
When the congregation yawns
the preacher needs awakening.
Last summer’s pleasures are al
ways brightest when the winter is
A lot of men claim credit for l»e-
ing good when they are only afraid
of doing wrong.
This world is good enough; the
trouble is that so many |people are
not living up to it.
Home people look -on .joining the
church as a sort of vaccination
against eternal punishment.
There are housewives so awfully
neat that they will not l»o content
in heaven unless they can peer in
all the corners.
Cure for Sore Nipples.
As soon as the child is dono nursing
apply Chamberlain’s Salvo. Wipo it off
with a soft clotti before allowing the
ohiltl to nurse. Many trained nurses
use this with the best results. Price 25
oonts per box. For sale by Dr. Puul
Penistou, Newnan, Ga.
minor children, aged respectively seven
teen and thirteen years; he having been
dnly nppoiuted us such guardian in said
Second—That his snid wards own an
undivided one-third interest, each, in a
certain pieoe of property ; it being four
and one-half acres of land in Turin, snid
oounty, and situated on that road lead
ing from Turin to Sharpsbnrg; and
bounded as follows: On the north by
William Walker, east by Henry Domi-
nlok, south by road, west by O. A. Rus
sell; and on whioli property there is lo
cated one three-room, frame, shingle-
roofed house, the rooms of whioli are
unfinished. The remaining one-third
interest in snid property belongs to Mrs.
Sallie J. Bellamy, the wife of the peti
tioner, and the mother of said children.
He desires to sell for reinvestment, at
private sale, the aforesaid pro|ierty. The
snid Mrs. Bailie J. Bellamy desires also
to sell her interest therein. And he
shows that, for all of snid property lie
con receive the sum of seven hundred
dollars from W. I. Austin, of whioli sum
the snid wards will bo entitled, each, to
one-third and the snid Sallie J. Bellamy
Third—Petitioner desires to invost the
proceeds of such sale in oertain reel es
tate in the city of Sonoia, snid county, it.
being one aore of laud, more or less, sit
uated on Burke street, and bounded on
the north, west and south by the estate
of H. L. Freeman, and on the east by
Haid Burke street, on which there is lo
cated a six-room frame house, ull of
which is completed and in good condi
tion. The said Mrs. S. J. Bellamy de
sires also to invest her interest, in the
proceeds of sale of suid property in Tu
rin in the projierty located in Seiioia as
aforesaid, so that the title to the proper
ty in Seuoia will be vested in the peti
tioners said wards and the snid Hnllic J.
Bellamy share and share alike. That
said property can be purchased from
lilam Deracknn at and for the sum of
six hundred and fifty dollars
Fourth—Petitioner shows that lie as
right, title, interest and equity of H. G
Newman, lale of said oounty, deoeased,
in all of lot of land number twenty-seven
in the fourth district of snid oounty, ex
cept, one hundred acres off of the north
side of said lot ; the part, of said lot in
whioli deceased lmd a claim interest or
equity containing one hundred and two
and one half acres, more or less, nnd be
ing bounded on the north by Austin, east
by Nownian old place, south by New
man nnd Stephens nnd west by Powell.
Snid interest or equity is evidenced by
and being a bond for title executed by
W. C. Vv right to suid deceased on April
Ct.h, 1908, in which snid bond snid
Wright ngreed to sell snid above de
scribed one hundred two uud one hnlf
iiures, more or loss, to deceased for
$1139.86-$800.00 onsli, the receipt of
whioli $800.00 is acknowledged in said
bond mid the hnlanoe wan tobepnicl as
follows: $451.86 on January first, 1905,
and $878.00 on January first, 1900, whioli
inst, two sums nro evidenced by the two
certain promissory notes of snid deoons-
od to snid Wright, nnd which notes are
unpaid and hear interest after their ma
turity at eight ;>er cent, per annum. Hnid
interest or equity in said land sold for
tho purpose of paying the debts of de
ceased and for distribution among Ids
heirs at, law. Bald bond for title will he
transferred to the purchaser. Terms
oaah. J. O. Newman,
Admr. of estate of H. G. Newman,
£ WHEN AN
I H N E E 1 > E 1)
— Call —
W. L. Sexton,
The Newnan Plumber.
Shop and Wateroom on
Hancock Street, next
door to Dr. T. J.
The Largest Stock of
... and ...
In Newnan at SEXTON'S.
Executor’s Sale of Land.
Agreeable to nn order granted by the
Honorable Court of Ordinary of said
oounty, granted at the November term,
1905, iif said court, will be sold before
the court house door at Newnan, Ga.,
on the first Tuesday In December next,,
between tho legal hours of sale, to the
highest and best bidder, for onsli, the i
following described lands belonging to
the estate of Nanov Page, deceased. Hold
guardian us aforesaid, and that tho said , for the purpose of distribution. Thirty-
Mrs. Sallie J. Bellamy desires to make I savi n (87) acres of land, more or less, off
Haid sale and reinvestment, for the fol- I of tlm northeast corner of lot, of Innd
lowing reasons, to-wit: The town of number one hundred nnd forty-seven
Henoia is larger tliaii the town of Turin,!(147); thirty-seven (87) acres of land,
and affords better opportunities for your j off of the northwest oornor of lot of
petitioner to earn the support for said land number one hundred and forty-
wards and Ilia family, they lining do-! seven (147); fifty-one (51 ) uores, more or
Miss Fannie Prather went to
Newnan Thursday evening to
spend a week with Mrs. I). H. Hum
Mr. H. B. Lane went to New
nan Thursday to attend the (’on-
gerence in session there.—Hogans-
After Beftnif Properly Constructed
They Mast He Cared For.
The fact that we have been building
pendent upon his labor tor same. Your
petitioner can procure better compensa
tion for his labor in Henoia than in
Turin; that the expense of maintaining
the property in Turin is approximately
seventy-five dollars a. year, and it cost'i
petltiohtw and his family more than this
sum to procure an adequate home in
Fifth—Petitioner shows that notioo of
his intention to make this application
lins been published onoe a week for four
weeks as by law required, and that, lie
less, off of the southwest corner of lot of
land, number one hundred and forty-
eight (146); fifty-one (51) acres, more or
less, of l.nd off of the northwest corner
of lot of land, number one hundred and
forty-eight (Mb); tnreti and one-third
(8 1-8) acres of land, off of the south
east corner of the west half of lot of
land, number one hundred and forty-
nine (149); uIho thirty-three and one-
half (88 1-9) nuros, more or less, of land
off of lot of land number one hundred
and forty-nine (149), being off of the
has caused a copy of the same to be , southern portion of tho northeast quar
served upon Lizzie Doll Bellamy, and ] ter of lot of land number 149 aforesaid.
rf. were glad to get away to a more roada in one form and another since 1
1 healthful and agreeable
Tin Work, Roofing
atmos-! our country was first opened up and
, , , t .. I have today but u very small percent-
| phere, loth as we were to quit its 1 n ^ e Qf t [, e , n tliuL may be called per-
I historic sights. Among the places | nianent roads makes It evident Hint It
! pointed out to us from the boat by will be many years before the earth
I 1 . , , , road ceuses to be, says (food Hoads
our guide were the almost regal: ji u g a zine. An earth road when It Is
palace of Robert Browning (where properly constructed and drained Is a
he died, and his son, a painter ar.d Rood road, hut to keep it good requires
, . constant care nnd attention. It Is
sculptor, now lives in the spring ( ( ^ u ^ e ou ^ 0 f question to think that
of the year), the House of “Des-1 a roud once built will take care of it-
demona, wife of the Moor of
has also caused a copy of the same to be
served personally upon one of tho next
of kin of the said Dewitt Talmndgo Bel
lamy nnd Lizzie Dell Bellamy, as by
Sixth—Petitioner shows that the sur
plus of fifty dollars to be left in his
hands lroui said snlo and purchase is de
sired to be used in improvements on the
place to be purchased and that he will
pay tho cost of this procedure.
J. W. BELLAMY.
State of Georgia, Coweta County.
Personally before mo came J. W. Bel
lamy, who being duly sworn, says that
tho facts set forth in the foregoing and
attached petition are true.
J. W. BELLAMY.
Hworn to and subscribed by J. W.
Bellamy before me thiH the 8th (lay of
W. M. KEITH, J. P.
All of said above described lands, being
in the original First (1 «t) District, now
Turin' District, of said Coweta County,
Ga. This November 6th, 1905.
J. B. Shell, Hr.,
Lenora H. Page,
Executors of the last will and testament
of Nancy Page, late of said Coweta
Oounty, Ga., deceased.
Expert work and low
prices wiu. Shop op
posite Pinson Hotel.
! j Venice,” the Custom House, the
Palace of Justice, the pier bridge
i connecting the city with the main-
J m 1 land, also the charming little Isle
j of Lido and the Public Gardens, j be given to one more competent. When,
\ t-he Statue of Victor Emmanuel II, however, a competent official Is found
t, r. Ly, b /,rtf In aIB/i/i ( f i/1/ifi n if til V
j and other points and things ot in
terest. Later on we had a most
delightful stroll around the Public
Gardens, once the site of churches,
... , . , , . | Will bo sold before the court house
Belf. In order to lead up to building | ( j oor j,j tlie city of Newimn, Hairl Htatc
stone roads communities should flrst 1 anil county, between tho logal hours of
give proper attention to the dirt road. • oa the first Tuesday in December,
Grades should be established, and if ' joor,, the following described property,
the present road official is, by lack of towit:
training or makeup, unfitted for the; One house and lot, lot containing one
,.(■ ,v,nri t„,(i,iimr tils nlnce Rhould acre, more or less, located in the 5th (lis-
woik of road build ng n 1 t riot of Coweta county, Georgia, and | and one-lmlf acres, more or less.
bounded as follows: On north by lands Hold for the purpose of distribution
of H. L. Hill; on east by lands of Har- among the heirs at law of said Mrs.
daway & Hunter; on south and west by Elizabeth D. Vines, deceased.
Administrator’s Sale of
By virtue of an order granted by tho
Honorable Court of Ordinary of Coweta
county, Georgia, at the October term,
1905, I will sell before the court house
door of said county, at Newnan, Ga., on
the first Tuesday in December, next,
(1905) to the highest, and best bidder for
cash,tlm following described real citato,
belonging to the estate of Mrs. Eliza
beth D. Vinos, late of said county, de
oeased, to-wit: All that tract or parcel
of land lying and being in the Seventh
(7th) District of Coweta county,Georgia
and known in the plan of said district as
tiic upper or north half of land lot, num
ber seventy (77) seven, containing one
hundred one and one-fourth acres, more
or less, and tho lower south half of land
lot number seventy (78) eight, contain
ing one hundred one and one-fourth
acres, more or less, said two tracts of
land containing in all two hundred, two
A good prescription
he should be kept in office Indefinitely.
First of all, road machinery should
be purchased In order to get the best
results with the least expenditure of
lands of Hardaway & Hunter. Levied
on as the property of Louanna McCoy,
by virtue of a fi fa. issued from Coweta
The 5-cent packet Is enough for usual occasions
Thejfamily bottle (60 cents) contains a supply
for a year.All druggists sell them.
monev. It Is Jnst as absurd to attempt Superior Court in favor of W.G. 1
... nold and against, said Louonna McOi
This Nov. 6, 1905.
W. H. BARFIELD,
Admr. Elizabeth D. Vines, doceusod.
L. M. Farmer, admr. of Philip Kims,
r gESsaBssasasas ssssasssaasaai
TAKE YOUR CLOTHING TO
i S, C. CARTER t C0„
| OPPOSITE HOTEL PINSON,
jij when you want them
rl cleaned, pressed, repaired
I or dyed in the best manner
1 and at the most reasona-
L ble prices.
- . t0 build roads without proper tools as I nold and against said Louonna McCoy
streets, and canals,but “Napoleon,! it would be to go back to the days of jTwianu11 possessmii0(0,1 et u umso
in 1810, destroyed the buildings,! the old spinning wheel and scythe, in ! ' ' ' . ...
’ ... R all parts of the country there Is a grow- , Also, at tho same time and place will
filled up the canals, aud laid out sentiment In favor of changing ! be sold the following described property, deceased, having applied to the ()ourt of
the grounds.” ! from the labor tax to the money sy»-1 towit: , Ordinary of said County for letters of
6 (pin Great nro (Tress Is bcintf made In A c(!rtaH1 trKCt °. r I ,tt ( c,!l mwl dismission from bis said trust, all per-
The Arsenal, near the east end .. ' . 1 . .. ..." . b ated, lying and being in the town of B0I)H concerned are required to show
I f p - 0 Cchiuvnni is of dlrectio "’ “ nd 14 wl11 Turin, said county and Htate, and known j cauHe in 8a id Court by the first Monday
of the Riva degli Schiavoni, is o ( before practically every section of the jn Mai( j tow „ ^ lot No. —; lying on the j„ December next, if any they can, why
! great historic account, and pleases country will be on the money tax I „ or th side of Long street aud fronting H iii(l application should not bo granted,
f, ... Uor,rlo«rr,P en j baals. ■ on said street 418 feet; bounded on east | This Nov. 8th, 1905,
the eye witn its nanusome en-, Then and nQt tlI1 0K , n wlll the im-! by J. G. Carnival; north by lands of L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary,
trance, high battlemented walls, provement In earth roads become uni- heirs of.I. B. Huiinicutt; west by lands
and surrounding basins, “a curious- versal. ^
]y picturesque example of Renais- i ““ *"
^ ^ ^ 1 . j Iowa has 100,000 miles of country
sance architecture, acmirably roads built on a soil of exceptional
sharp and expressive in its orna-1 fertility and exceptionally deficient In
mo ^(-o) crnlnhire >’ material for hard roads. Iowa raises
mental sculpture. j $265,000,000 In farm products, each
There is music from the band dollaf’H worth of which must be trans-
owned by the M. E. Church and known
as the parsonage lot. Levied on as the GEORGIA—Coweta County,
property of E. T. Bailey by virtue of a The estate of J. H. Plant, late of snid
fi. fa. ' ' " " ' "
against saia iv i uniiey. leiianr. m persons concerned are req
possession notified in terms of the law. eause in the Court of Ordinary of said
This Nov. 8, 1908. county, on the first Monday in Decern
, ber. 1905, next, why sacii administration
will be 1 . - .
issued from the City Court of (jounty, deceased, being unrepresented
n, in favor of H. J. Elder and !in( | likely to be represented, all
said E. T. Bailey. Tenant in ix-rsons concerned are required to show
Lemons as Medicine
Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Lemons are largely used by The
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon Elixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative ami
Tonic—a substitute for nil Cathartic
and Liver Tills. Lemon Elixir posi
tively cures ell Biliousness, Consti
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Boss of Appetite,
I’evers, Chills, Blotches, Pimples,
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, nnd all other dis
eases caused by a disordered liver
nnd kidneys, the first Great
Cause ef all Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all Femule Irreg
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least dangertof
possible harm to them in any condi
tion peculiar to themselves. 50c
and $1.00 per bottle ut y*,
ALL DRUG STOKES
“One A. Dose Convinces.”
To clean and press clothes
lor $1 per month, cash in
advance, is worth consid
eration by every man and
boy in Newnan and the
Think of it! All your
suits both cleaned and
pressed for#I per mouth.
You’ve been paying that
to get your pressing done,
and pressing is by far the
smallest part of the job.
All clothes will be called
for and delivered. That’s
0. W. Bradley,
(Over Pope’s Store.)
Z. Greene, D. D. S.,
Office on Second Floor of
Jfiack Bros. Co.’s Building
L. M. Farmer,
Also, at same time and plaoe wm ne 1 in riw nnmiio 44
and lottery for those that like it; ported on an average of several miles BU id the following described property, should not be vost/.d in the Comity Ad-
Marco The! t0 the ruilroad. If it now costs one- towit:
on the Piazza
Do you want to subseribe for any (Tombo]a) Qn Saturdays,
newsnauer or magazine published in ; v '
STuSSed States? If so, your sub- j judge from credible testimony, is
half cent on a dollar to do this hauling.
The lottery arM j t t, at C08 t can be reduced to one-
it we fourth cent by Improved roads, the
farmer* of Iowa are paying an annual
bad road tax of $062,500. They are
Bcription^wUlbe'received at tl.e News a fruitful source for the distraction | ^^toTp^eclau‘’'tha't tbuV • Hardaway ' ? f ttriffin ’ were among the visitors
One-eleventh undivided interest in one
house and lot of land in the city of
Newnan, said Stale and county, de
scribed as follows: Bounded on tlie east
by Mary Ann Russell; south by Mary 1W. B. Grinin and A.
west by Tom ~
This November 8th, 1905.
A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
Judge It. T. Daniel and Messrs
tf I of a multitude. God pity the peo- poor lnveatment.
Zion Hill Baptist church; being the | it* Newnan last Hunday.
Office on Second Floor of the Arnall
Merchandise Oo.’s Building
Dr. C. A. Smith,
Treats all diseases of domestic animals.
Calls answered day or night. Office
at Gearreid’s Livery Htable.