V. Cn A
c OTTO M
fnrt thnt cotton
'•Miuc rit with Vir-
VncrvAae V*»«« rlC-QTTOM
kK'IUs Per Ac it
Tl , ci ntain all tin material* now
III It 111
lilt bmoi 'l. Vn, /
f'.irfnl • Vn. I*.
Iiiii limn, N ('. Mu
< Imrlfiiluii. H. 0. Mr
Jluitlmui . Mil. I‘h
III no fluD
Ilf till' Ml Lo,
• irnor^y, Ain
(■ It|(t. I \ (iivciM <' unty
.1 It Si mni' i in I .1. It. SininiN, ml
iii111lotI'iilor nl i -.lull Ilf (• i■<>!>• i I! |
Flinnih 'I' .1 nv il, 11iiv ini.’ n|i|>li> il In tin
i i ilIJ cl l ini* i. r\ nl • tin) I 'nilnly Ini
i vn In -i'll i Ini 'I- mill II illinni: :
S'i. 'li s mill I '.''till . I " || III lllg III i - 1:111' II 1 j
.till. ■ ,i ' 'I. nil I" I" 111 - rniiui'i Ill'll III • I
li 11 n I i'i 11 In -.In i \\ it 11 •-1 ■ in mi III ('null In ;
llu III I Mu 1 l.n III l ilil'lllitv In '.I.i
lint limy i'll11, why Mini nppllr illnl
-llOlll'l not liu iJliillli'I. Till." .Till111iiI t
I. \. 1*1'. 1(1 •!'E, (Irilinni \
li KORl il \ -( ‘ihm'Iu ('utility.
VV. II. Uuvllil I, Ail tin* nf iistn'u nl
lai/.niii'iii i> vinr rtf 11n\ 1111.'
n PI ill. i| in i In Cun 11 nl i n ilium v nt iiu
< 'iimiiiv I' r li I in > nl il Ihiii tsrfpin from I in
Mini triiHi, nil ihtmiiik i'iiiici ilinil ini' m
.|inM <1 i I' luiw i'iiiis' iii Mini (Jour* liy
tlm Hint Monday in !•'• *’tmii \ next, li
any liny mil, why Mini application
hIiouI'I not Im k'iinti'<l. I his .laiiuaiy
1 Ht, 100(1.
1.. A. PERDUE, i (iiliiiniy.
UK*)IUI1 A (inwnla <'onlily.
Tin’ estate ol (’ H. Nnwinmi, lain ol
Hlk til ( futility, ill'lll'llHUll, bl’illg (lllll’pri-
minti'd and not likely In lie I'epreMeiilod,
all pcrMiiiiN ooilcerned are rt'i|iiilcd l.
mIiow onn*e in ilin (’iiiiri of Ordinary ol
until County, on ilia flint Monday ii
February next, why Hindi itdiniuiHlrn
tion de ImniH lion Nhoiild nnl’liu vented
in tin' ('ounty AdniinUirator,
Till* Jan. 1, 1000.
1., A. PERDUE, Ordiimry.
GEORGIA -I'ownta County.
The I'Nlate ol Mrs. Marv Sewell, late
of said County, deeoinied, being uiirep
reHenled and not likely to lie reproHonted,
all pemoiiH oonaurned are required to
allow onuHii in the Court of Ordinary of
Maid County, on the first Monday in
February next, why Hindi udministra-
lion Hlmuld not be vested in the County
Administrator. This Jan 5th, toon.
l. a PERDUE,Ordinary,
Noticoto Debtors and
GEORG1A —Coweta County
All |hthoiih having denmnda against
the estate of John NV. Arnold, late of
Kiiid comity, deoiNisert, arc hereby noti
fied to render their claim* nooording to
law; and all parties indebted to said de
ceased are requested to mnkc immediate
pavmeut to the undendguod. T his Jan.
UKM N O. HANKS,
■I t Executor John W. Arnold, deceased
“Winnowed Songs'’—the great j
song book lor 1906 best song
book ever published. Contains !
the cream ol all boojes. .*2 50 dozen; 1
single, 25c; sample pages tree.
46 ,1. 1 . Moore, Hethiohem, Ga.
Wood’s Seed Book
>« one of the handsomest and
most valuable publications of
the kind issued. The useful
and practical bints contained
in the annual issues of Wood's
Seed Book make it a most
valuable help to all Farmers
and Gardeners and it bus long
tieen recognized as an up-to-
date authority on all
Garden and Farm Seeds,
particularly for southern planting.
Wood's Seed Book mailed
free to Farmers and Gardeners
upon request. Write for It.
T.W. Wood & Sons, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, • VIRGINIA.
We soUett your orders direct, for both
VEGETABLE sed FARM SEEDS,
If your mcrchtnl dor. not tell
I,isi Week's I/'ttor.
J. O. llfol Ims begun his work in
Ni w 1 .ii 11 for Hhick IJros. Co. Mr. IT001I
I ns nut in. vi il Iii- 1 :<mily on nccoiilil o’
ii"t having - curcil n suitabh’ Iioiisc.
C M. Pnlnn r, who has bfi’ii visiting I
in this community, has returned to hi-
h"ine near 11 up' well. Ain.
(inr clever ill bnchelor. Mr. Jiicohu
Petty, lias trciiii"I himself to some 11 if •
1 iirniilire. Wonder it tin re is “sorin'
Dr. John .''tinr, of Fr■uiklin Connry.
who Inc li"ii visiting A. N. Htafr mid,
family, Ims ri liirnfd limin'.
Mis. Mnggic Newton is nssisling
Hunks 111 teiieliiug I'iirnii'i’s High
Dave S' w-II mid W II. Summerlin
ive pm d ti m 1 1 saw mill a
■ ill -m 11 up ni tln ii ginnery ut Happy
Mi-. Myrtle Iteeves, nf (himpbell
' iinnty. 11 Indy who 1- well known in ,
111 ih ft>11111 , was mm ried Inst Sun
■ lav In Mi < ii'org' Hi lint.
The hit huts nl this (1 ni,in 11 nity w il
1 i t ill Mni'i ihiliin A' li h ui. "ii in.
if urn ni ,1 ' h. lid for I u* purpu-e of or-
\| 1 Om l’tip'land i - ''Helling sehii"
in ('mn pi" 1 1 i\ uni y. 11*'nr Sn i d is ' liureh
The hind in till- communitv Ims Ihi ii
n W'i I I" plow Im two innliths.
( I .list We. I.'s belter. )
\ndrew .1 Hntley aurt (1. I 1 ', Parrott
mile 11 hiisiiuss tup in Newnan lost
\\ 1 dm sdny .
Mi". H /uiiohin. Minnie Ice lllld
I. T I hi 1111 n 1 1 ve (hd 1 "lut i vi ■ s mid
1 1 mini-lit Flat I'n i l, Inst Thursdiiy and
.1. W Willcnxon, of N'Wimii. was
•anvils mg iiu- section of I hn enmity
i>t We Inesdny'.
Mr. mid Mrs. Mnriuli Davis were the
n 1 s ol Mi and Mis A. I 1 '. I’m 1 ol 1
Mr. mid '11 - W. M JneliKon mid lit
il" son, Thurmond, of Flat Creek, spent
s . ci'iiI dnv 1 his w. ek \f ith I'l'htl ives nl
ill , pi
(living to high wuter, W. I. Mebcmi
,nd IV ( 1 Smith, our K F. I > curriers,
iiled to in ike their nppcnriiiiue on
F. M I’urrott visited relatives nt
Mori'lmid Inst Fridny and Sal unlay.
Miss Amin I’urrntt has returned home,
liter 11 pleasant vis t to relatives at
Alton Koyetou ha* emoted a new and
onvmiii nt barn on his plautalion.
After a ten day’s visit to relatives at
his place, Miss /uiiohin Tliurmonrt re
t urned to Palmetto Tuesday.
“Undo Zack" Hoherts and family
have moved near Palmetto, J. A. ban
ters has bought (tie plaee vacated by
'Ir. Hoherts and lias already made
tome tinprovell nuts on the place.
Kork Spring school is again without a
enolior for this year. Miss Maggie
iolleuiau lias tendered tier resignation.
Messrs. T. II. Harp -r, Si brown and
Fredrtin Davis, while out hunting last
Tuesday, killed twonty-six rabbils.
M. I) Tburiiioud made it business 1
trip to Palmetto on Tuesday.
“The Coldon Age.”
“The Golden Age" is the inline
selected lot' the magazine |« liieh
Will I). Upshaw and others |will
begin issuing in AtlunUi ^about
\V. F. Upshaw, lbrnterly dis
trict manager for a life insurance
company nt Columbus, is business
manager of “The Golden Age.”!
This fact all'ords Newnan some
personal interest in the new pub-
lseation, iis Mr. Upshaw married a
Newnan lady and is a Inother in-
)ii\i of Mr. W. U. Kinnard of this
Mr. Upshaw is a successful Imsi-
11 ess mau, and t It is fact coupled
with It is previous newspaper ex
perience, makes him u valuable'
acquisition in the office of “The
Stick to the Farm.
Young men, you will lie more
prosperous and better contented on
tlie farm than in the crowded city,
where poverty, hunger and want
are tlie general lot of many people.
A home of ten acres will produce
more reliable living than a ?t>00
salary in the city. Remain on the
farms and prepare your minds for
successfully managing that much
land and you will l>e independent
as compared to a city life.—South
For Sale to Merchants Only.
Out of town merchants will find
it very convenient to call on usfoi
kerosene oil. We take your bar
rels in exchange. Car load of oil
D. T. Manget & Co.,
tf Newnan, Ga,
At n Royal academy dinner In bon-
don on one occasion several artists
were expressing their enthusiasm
about Titian. Carlyle and Tbuckerti)
were miciii -' tlie guests.
“His glorious coloring Is a fact about
Titian," said one “inn. sinking the ta
ble t'i give enipliash 1 the remark.
"And tils glorious draw ing Is another
fact about Titian!" erleil an .ut nrtisi
And sn 1hey went on until < ,.vle.
who had been listening in silence in
their rhapsodies, interrupted them 11 >
saying, v. .h a -low deliberation whirl
h id Its own impressive emphasis:
"And here I sit, 11 man made in the
image of Hod. who knows nothing
ul'oiit 'i.tlan and cares nothing about
Titian, and that’s another filet about
Thackeray was sipping claret nt the
moment, lie paused and bowed enur-
tcously to I'arl.vle. "1'ardun me." he
aid; “that u| |•■ . r-s to me to be not a
fact alioiit Titian, but a fact, and a
about 1 arlyle ’’
Tin* I 'I rut Iron H|ii|> a
All Iron boat was built In 1TT7 on
the rlvi , Fn In Yorkshire. It was
lil leeli feet loic; and w.i < made of slli cl
iron In Islo Thomas Jevons liitnielicd
1 “all iron limit on (lie Mersey. It
w 1 built by Joshua Horton near Kir
uiiughnm and tin I up at blverpool
and was the lirst Iron boat that lloat
ed mi salt water. The lirst Iron steam
vis cl was built by the Horsley com
puny for the river Seine uud called
Aaron M.ml.y. after Its projector, lie
to..it out a 1 ni11 ni In ITniice for Iron
siram-hlpi In I'".: 1 anil formed a socl
1 ly for tin coiislrtlcllon of such v. ■
-1I1. She was put together in bondon
and took a cargo of linseed and Iron
eastings to Havre and I’aris. If, how
ever, a Dutch irliditiou is to be credit
id the lir 1 Iron vessel that ever limit
cd was tl„ fa. ions I lying Diltchin.iii
herself. She w n 1 launched In Hio7, lllld
In r fate w s supposed to tie a Jiulg
incut 11 the Impiety of those who vlo
lilted the order ni nature by making
Iron lloat. bondon (Jrnphlc.
Tlie 11 •* s I V, 11 > lo Itl-c In tlie World.
Young men are always being advised
to "rise In the world."
Will,'h limy or may not lie good ad
vice. it depends upon:
How the young iiiiiu rises.
What lie rises upon.
What be rises to.
What lie takes up with him.
If your Idea Is to rise In the world by
making money and having people look
up to you 1111 that account it Is easy
If you want to go up like a man, j
however, put some foundation besides
dollars under you. Wlmt will you rise
to? To something worth while. Ideals
lire worth while, and one way to define
Ideals Is to say they are what your
mother wants you to ho. When men go
up to Ideals they are the light of the
world.—l'h lea go .Ion noil.
llrniiFUi’a Have Thick Skin.
The human skin not only varies In I
thickness in dllTereut Individuals, but 1
also in different parts of the same per- !
son. being In some places only oue two-
hundred and fortieth of an Inch In I
thickness, while in others it Is one- |
twenty-fifth of an Inch. The skin of |
women and children Is thinner than ,
that of men. A thick skill Is always de- I
veloped over parts where there Is fro- i
quont pressure, ns on the hands uud '
feet. Thickness of skin varies with the |
color of the hair and eyes. Usually 1
black hair and dark brown eyes are
associated with a thick skin. A mod
erately thick skin Is found with brown
hair and blue or gray eyes. The finest
skin belongs to blondes and Is n usual
accompaniment of auburn or flaxen
Ilnrittleas Necraanry Ftrll.
The bridegroom Is generally the most
depressing feature of the modern wed
ding. If he Is well olT lie Is either bald,
with n decided tendency to adipose tis
sue, or else of a pnle, sandy type, with
equally pnle eyes and a retreating chin.
In ordinary life he wears spectacles,
which at the request of the bride he
discards at the wedding, with the re
sult that he stumbles over the last step
lending from the chancel to the altar
rails and Is only saved from fnlllng
flat on his face by desperately clutch
ing at tlie bride's bouquet. — Ladles’
A Perplexed Poet.
An Indiana poet recently sent a po
em, accompanied by the following note,
to the editor of a magazine:
“Dear Sir—I have written these lines i
for your consideration."
Instead of getting the ordinary rejec
tion slip be received tills reply:
He Is still wondering whether be 1
ought to explain or not.—Chicago Rec
In ■ Bad Way.
Johnny — I wish my folks would
agree upon one thing and not keep uie
ill the time In a worry. Tommy—
What have they been doing now?
Johnny—Mother won't let me stand on
my bead, and dad Is all the time fuss
ing because I wear my shoes out so
"The ring of sincerity was tn his
voice when he told me of his love."
“It should have been In his hand. A
ring In the hand Is worth two In the
Deed for Bvtl.
Mrs. Gawker—The coal man left his
bill; but John, he has given ss short
weight. Gawker—Well I’ll give him
long wait.—New York Press.
He who murmurs against his condi
tion does not understand It, bst he who
accepts of it In peace wUl soon learn to
1 mt —a———
Made with Pish
Tnrboro, N. C.
Columbia, S. C,
Lemons as Medicine ’
Their Wonderful Effect'
on the Liver, Stomach, J
Bowels, Sidneys j
and Blood. \
Lemons are largely used by The I
Mozley Lemon Elixir Company, in |
coinnoundiug their Lemon Elixir, j
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and ]
Tonic—a substitute for all Cathartic I
und Liver I’ills. Lemon Elixir posi
tively cures nil Biliousness, Consti
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease,
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite,
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimplis,
all Impurities of the Blood, Fain in •
the Chest or Buck, and all other dis- '
eases caused by a disordered live r
and kidneys, the first Great
Cause of alt Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all Female Irreg
ularities, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least daugerof
possible harm to them in any condi
tion peculiar to themselves. 50c
and $1.00 per bottle at —
ALL DRUG STOKES
j “One Dose Convinces." 1
Anrone »»n<llng a sketch end deeerlntlnn mey
Quickly escertiiln our opinion free whether an
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•ent free. Oldeat euency for iecurlns patent*.
Patent* tnkon through Munn h Co. receive
tpteial notice, without charge. In the
A handiomcly lllu*lr»led weekly. Largest cir
culation of »ny eeleiitlUo Inurim . '1 erm*. »3 a
year: four raunthe, »L Boldbyull now«de*ler*.
MUNN & Co. 36,Bro - dw - 5r New York
Branch Ofllce. «J6 K Bt„ Wa*hluglon, I>. C.
Pianos and Organs.
I am agent for the Cable Piano
Company and sell the “Chicago
Cottage," Mason & Hamlin and
oiher organs of standard makes.
These instruments are warranted
to give satibfac ion in quality and
price. Don’t buy an instrument
without consu tmg me.
W. H. Reynolds,
tf Newnan, Ga.
Wanted—Board and room for one or
more telegraph students. Prof John
son, Superintendent Telegraph School.
Dr. C. A. Smith,
Treats all disease* of domestic animals
Calls answered day or night. Office
at Gearreid’s Livery Stable.
Subscriptions for till news
papers and magazines receiv
ed at The News office.
The News otters the big
gest and best, clubbing prop
ositions made by any news
paper in Coweta County.
H. W. CAMP, President h. ABNER CAMP, Cashier
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