For this beautiful
Top Buggy. manu
factured by us lute
A Southern Buggy
for Southern trade,
has a fine Leather Quarter Top, has genuine
Leather, Spring Bottom Cushion, and Leather
Back, is elegantly painted and fully guaranteed.
Regular retail price J'kVOO to $7">.00.
9Q ^. or tW* fine Collar and Hame,
sjP nick« 1 mounted Harness, sold with
every GOLT’KN K AG 1,1C BUGGY, regular retail
price $12.50 to $15 (X)
Catalog and full description sent on request.
(iOLI)EN FABLE B100Y CO.
IBS-160 Edgewood Ave., Atlanta, Ga.
Dr. Nunnally’s Platform.
Tho platform on which l)r. <i.
A. Nummlly stnmls in his <*am-
pnign lor governor is outlined by
him ns follows:
“Il shall he a campaign—
“1. For tho education of tho
people, and not for the vitupera
tion of candidates.
Con. Leo and tho Applo
At tho celebration of General
Lee’s birthday, in Newnan last
week, Mr. John Goodwin, an old
soldier, who presided over the
meeting, related a beautiful inci- 101
dent in the life of the great com
While the battle of Fredericks-
I Therefore, Ik* It Resolved, that
we urge upon Senators and Con
gressmen the importance of the
enactment of laws to restrict im
migration by an increase of the
head tax*, tho educational test, a
thorough physical examination
and a more rigid inspection at the
j port of disembarkation, and
lie it further Resolved, that we
I urge upon Senators and Congress
men the importance of u revision
of our system of naturalization b\
[ the enactment of such laws as will
I require uniformity of naturaliza
tion eerlilieates, coniine the juris
diction of naturalizing aliens (o
l : nited States courts, and permit
no alien to he naturalized or en
titled to tin* privileges of an elec-
he shall have resided
within the Foiled States ten yea in
at least, and is able to read intel
ligent!} and w rite.
KNICKERBOCKER FOUNTAIN BRUSH
The above Illustration, drawn from
life, shows a Knickerbocker Fountain
Brush in use. The brush Is made of fine
velvety India Rubber and Is so perfectly
pliable as to easily fit every curve of the
human figure. It can be instantly at
tached to any water faucet, and but the
turn of a faucet is needed to regulate the
temperature of the water to please the
bather. The water flows out through
595 tiny pliable rubber teeth to the bath
er's infinite delight and perfect satisfac
tion. It is a happy invention, vastly
superior to all other bathing devices, and
is endorsed by Physicians, Ministers,
Physical Directors, Health and Beauty
Specialists, and people In all walks of
life. Every brush Is fully guaranteed.
. For snli- l>v
W. \j. SKXTON,
The Newnan I’lumbor.
New A rim 11 Building. Phone I'-'
, I but j
For the elevation of lho| ou, K was at ,ts he, S ht * General
commonwealth, and not for the Lee wa8 8een t0 look through his
promotion of the offloe-seekor. fiel(1 S lasa< ‘ s awa V pff acro8S the
For the election of clean valley. On every side of h.m
cannons Were booming, muskets
and consistent men to olliee, and
enthronement of the
a n d t It e political
poppii g, and men shouting as they
contended in a struggle of life and
death, and the air was heavy with
the sulphurous fumes of smoke.
Hut looking out and above them
all, G tietal Lee’s eye rested upon
an apple tree growing on Stafford
Heights Under its sheltering
branches, fragrant with blossoms
of the spring time, in the years of
the long ago, he had wood and won
This incident but emphasizes
the fact that there is much of
tenderness and a touch ot the
romantic in the heart ot every
great man. Aitho igli death was
moving in so.id phalanx across the
plain, love, stronger than tear, mas
tered the thoughts ot th‘: great
man, and ovei-leaping time and
bloodv battle fluid to nestle be-
“5. That all special favors by neath ' the shelUrmg roo£ whore
corporations to State ollieials and ; dvvdt Ws ] ovc _ he light and the
to individuals should be abolished,
thereby removing one fruitful
source of suspicion and corruption times when he said) .. Luve j s
and a means of oppression. strong a8 death.” Indeed, he
“(i. That we should have bet-1 might we „ have sai( |, ..Love is
stronger than death.”
nut for the
DKCI.Aim’ION OP t’UIXCII’I.IX.
“1. Since the people pay the
expenses they are entitled ton just
and economical administration ot’
the allairs of government.
“2. That ollicial patronage i
i should be determined and dis
t ibuled for tin public good, and
I not for the profit of the appoint
That since the corporation
is n creature of the State, it should]
he controlled by the State, and not
the State by the corporation.
“I. That a‘square dual' should
be had between the Slate and the
corporation and the people, where
,hy the interests of all will be | distance, hastened away from
I sen ed,
inspiration of his li!
Truly dill the wise man in olden
ter marriage and divorce laws,
whereby the family, which is the
unit of the nation and the hope of
civilization, shall be preserved.
“7. That we should have bet
ter Sunday laws, whereby the day
I of rest may be guaranteed to all
men, with an opportunity for
! physical, social, mental and moral
_ } improvement.
“8. That we should have bet-
MRS. W. Y. ATKINSON & CO. ter prohibition laws, by which the
individual and community and
I T. M. MARTIN 1
Tin Work, Roofing
Expert work mid low
prices win. Shop op
posite Piusou Hotel.
State shall be protected from the
evils incident to the liquor trallic.
“H. That child labor should be
abolished and better school facili
ties lie provided for all children,
whereby an intelligent citizenship
I may be assured to the common-
| “10. That our Confederate vet-
erans and their widows should be
If) eared for, with a liberal provision
| for the support of the body, and a
s monument to the soldiers and the
| women of the Confederacy,
d' “We ask the support of all
[sj white male citizens, without re-
I gat'd to past party affiliations, who
gj are entitled under the law to vote
| in the primary, with the single
limitation that they abide the re
ts suit of the primary in the election
which follows, and support the
candidate therein named.”
A good prescription
The 5-cent packet is enough for usual occasions
The|family bottle (BO cents) contains a supply
for a year.All druggists sell them.
| TAKE YOUR CLOTHING TO f
IS. C. CARTER t CO., J
I OPPOSITE HOTEL PINSON,
j§v when you want them ]]
| cleaned, pressed, repaired w
[| or dyed in the best manner |
| and at the most reasona
Gas in the Stomach.
Belching and that sense of fullness so
often experienced after eating is caused
by the formation of gas. The stomach
fails to perform its functions and the
food ferments. Chamberlain’s Stomach
and Liver Tablets will correct the dis
en and invigorate the stomach and
bowels. For sale by Dr. Paul Penistou,
There is an element of pathos
in this incident when we remem
ber that, not long after litis, Gen
Lee was to be the actor in the
saddest drama that has ever been
enacted upon the soil of the South,
standing upon the stage at Ap
pomattox, under the historic apple
Love, Hope, Heroism, Courage,
Fortitude, Tragedy and Patriotism
such as the world has seldom seen!
Hut thank God—
"Over all a Father watohes—
Beams n Father’s smile above;
Like a white-winged angel tiovers
Over all a Father’s lovol”
Common Colds are the Cause of
Many Serious Diseases.
Physioiaus who have gained n nation
al reputation as analysts of tho cause of
various diseases, claim that if catching
cold could Ijo avoided, a long list of
dangerous ailments would never be
heard of. Every one knows that pneu
monia and consumption originate from
a cold, and chronic catarrh, bronchitis, land prosperity of the church.
A Habit to l)o Encourngoct.
The mother who Ims acquired tho
Itahit ('I lamping on hand a bottle of
Oliaililierlain's Cough Remedy, saves
herself a great amount of uneasiness and
inixieiv Goughs, colds and croup, to
which oliililreii areNUKoeptth.e are quick
ly cured by iis use. Ji counteracts any
tendency of a cold to le.-iilt in piieu
iiiouia, ami it given as soon as tin* llrst
symptoms of croup app ar, il will pro
vein lln- aitaek. This remedy contains
nothing injai nuts and molheis give it to
little ones with a feeling of perfect m)-
curity. Sold by Dr. Paul Pniiiston,
.\ewa in. ( hi.
Andrew Caldwell Russell.
The subject ol this notice was
j horn in Newlvny district, S. C,|
m 1825, ami died at his home in
j Turin, Ga„ Dec 28, 1 j5, having
just entered bis <Slst v ear.
lie was the son of Robert and
Mary Brown Rtisseb, both of
Scotch descent. When but a
youth Ins parents removed from
South Carolina and settled in tie
White t) d< neighborhood,. (Jowe'a
] county, where lie was real e-.l and
spent the wlio.c ol his III •.
It i, seldom that we me -t with a
i characiet more uniform and con
sistent, or a life more pure and un
blemished. lie was a man ol un
questioned integrity and honesty,
always on ttie side of righteous
ness and truth, and so uniform in
his adherence to these noble traits
as to command the confidence and
esteem of all who knew him
Quiet and unobtrusive in Ins de
meanor, yet firm and decided in
his convictions,generous in nature,
kind in feeling, respectful and just
in his dealings, tender and loving
in his family, and keenly alive to
all the claims of duty and obliga
tion—he could easily be pointed
out as one of our best citizens.
Hut, above all, he was the true
Christian, having consecrated him
self in early life to the Master,
with an after consistency and devo
tion which attested the genuine
ness of his profession. He was
made a ruling elder in the White
Oak church soon after his connec
tion with it, which office he honor
ably and acceptably filled till the
time of his decease, being always
in his place and alive to every
thing that concerned the welfare
We beg to announce (o our customers and friends
that we tiro now in our commodious new store,
with a full stock ol'Gcncrul Merchandise, and have
recently added to this a complete line of furniture,
burial eases, etc. Also wagons, buggies and har
ness. mules and horses; all of which will be sold
at the lowest prices, either for cash or on time.
W c also carry 11 complete line of Fertilizers, w hich
we mix to suit any and all of our customers. We
also pay the highest prices for cotton and cotton
seed, and give the lowest rates on storage and in
surance, and make liberal advances on all cotton
stored vvitli us. Thanking you fur your patronage
in the past, we respectfully solicit a continuance
of l he same.
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Tho Wosioni R.Tilwsiy of A hih;iinn.
l)ir ut Unos Hclwccii North, Ivust, Smith and Southwest. U. S. I'.ist
Mail Route. rimiugli Palace Sice pi ng- l ,is. J)imn.;
Cars. 1 nunst Sleepers to California.
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leaven l.lKlnidue nt /.:5d h in iirrlveh Atlimln s l.‘» n. in.
Traiiis 1)5 iiidI hc, imiUmihii Nleepers New S'm k nml New Orleans. Tlimii^li eoaelien Wiislilne*
on and New Orleans.
TraiiiN 117 Mini HM WaHlilnifton and Southwe‘tern Limited. I'ullniaii tdeepern. eonipurtmei t
curn. obHervntInn and dlnhiK ear . (Jomplete . rvlei New York and N'. w Orleans
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NVrif<‘ for m uh, seliedtileH and I ll formal ion .
K. M. THOMPSON, J. HI I.I.UI'H,
T. I». A., Atlanta, <iu. u. I\ A., Allanta Ga.
Gif AH. A. WIG K 1C It S11A M,
Pres, and Mur., Atlanta, Gn
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BURPEE’S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1906,
»o well known as the " Leading American Seed Catalogue." It In malted FREE to all.
Better write TO- DAY. W. ATLEE BURPEE ffl CO.. PHILADELPHIA. PA.
mid all throat and lung trouble are fig
graveled and rendered more fioriouH by
each fresh attack. Do not risk your life
or take olmnoes when you have a cold.
Chamberlain's Couttli Remedy will cure
it before these diseases develop. This
remedy contains no opium, morphine or
other harmful drug and lias thirty years
of reputation back of it, gained by its
oures under every condition. For sale
by Dr. Paul Penistou, Newnan, Ga.
Health Board Organized.
the exercise of a broad and unsel
fish liberality he likewise felt an
interest in the success of the other
denominations. When such an
one is removed a vacancy is made
and felt, as is seen in the forest
when the giant oak is felled by the
storm or the woodman’s axe. I’he
rent-val of such a character but
takes from the moral and spiritual
strength of any community, and
leaves the world that much poorer.
Mr. Russell was married to Mi s
Rebecca Park, of Meriwether
county, a most worthy lady, who
preceded him nearly fifteen years
Mrs. Gallic H, Howe, of St.
Joseph, Mo., a national organizer
of the W. 0. T. U., will speak at
the First Methodist church on
Feb. 6lh and 7th at 7 o’clock, p.
in. Mrs. Howe is one of the
strongest female temperance
workers and speakers in this coun
try. Her lectures will be worthy
ot careful hearing by the people of
Z. Greene, I). D. S.,
O/Tice on Second Floor of
Black Bros. Oo.’s Building
\j. M, Farmer,
GfTieo Oil Second Floor of the A limit
MorolmndiHc ('o.’h Building
At a recent meeting of Newnan
Found], Junior Order United
American Mechanics, the resolu-
They_aid digestion and strength-1 tions prillte(1 below WHre a(lopteU .
invicroratf* the stomach and . .
Whereas, we recognize the land- ■ ago to the ‘‘better land, Jle leaves
ing upon our shores of the ignor- a son and two daughters and a
ant, the vicious, the lawless, the j number of grandchildren to mourn
aged, the imbecile, the weak-rnind- his loss. We mingle our tears of
ed and of poor physique, and the sorrow and grief with theirs.
The members of Newnan’s Board paupers of the old world as a eon- “Mark he perfect man, and be-
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of tho muscles and may bo
cured bv applying Ulmmberlnin’s Pain
Halm two or three times a day, and rut -
lung tlie parts vigorously at. each appli
cation. If this does not afford relief,
bind on 11 piece of flannel slightly damp
ened with Pain Balm, and quick relief
is almost sure to follow. For sale by
lJr. Paul Penistou, Newnan, Ga.
of Health were inducted into office stant menace to our institutions, ho 'd the upright, for the end of
last Tuesday. The Board is com- and believe that it should be view- that man is P eace ”
posed of Messrs. Sam Banks and led with alarm by all loyal and Newnan, Ga. ‘ 1ACS ’
D. T. Mangel and Dr. T.S. Bailey, patriotic citizens of the entire ’
/jo these gentlemen Mayor Burdett country, and,
Do you want to subscribe for any administered the oath of office,and I Whereas, notorious abuses have
newspaper or magazine published tn tbe j^rd proceeded to organize resulted from careless and unlaw-
rVew; i by electing Dr. Bailey chairman j fid granting of citizenship to
office tf 1 and Mr. Banks secretary. 1 aliens;
The fun about building castles
in Spain is that you can change
the architectural plans any time
you so desire without adding a
peuny to the cost.
Mr. .Jesse Futrell, of Heard
county, and Mrs. Mary Smith,who
resides near Newnan, were mar
ried last Sunday by Kcv. J. S.
Hardaway. The bride was a
widow, the groom a widower; both
being well past the meridian of
life. They are worthy people, and
their friends wish them well as
they (X)mplete the journey of life
(! Ft )K( 11A -llowctu (tounty.
Will be sold before tho court house
door in tho city of Newnan, Haiti State
and county, on the flratTuesday in Feb
ruary, BIOS, between the legal hours of
sale, to the biglicHi bidder, for cash, the
following described property:
A tract or parcel of land situated and
being in tho First District of Coweta
county, Georgia, and known and dis-
tinguished uh the west half of lot of
land No. containing 101 1-4 acres,
more or Iohh; and lit acres, more or less,
of the Jiortheust corner of lot of land
No. 246, in said district; hounded as fol
lows: On north by J. B. Dolk and W.
R. McCrary, on east by M. H. Couch
and W. C. Elmore, on south by Nixon
Instate, on west by B. F. Cock. Levied
| 011 oh the property of W. M. Glass, and
I in bis possession, to satisfy u tl. fa. is-
I sued from tho Glty Court of Newnan.,
Oct. term, 1905, in favor of J. 11. Bliul-
kny and against said W, M. Glass.
Tenant in possession notified in terms of
the law. This Jan. 10, 1900.
J. L. BROWN, Sheriff.
Money to loon on real estate pt 7 per
oent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
Every time a hoy has to wait
while his elders dine he declares
j that when he is a man he will have
a table big enough for all.