Noticoto Debtors and
Anniversary Sketch of the
Coorgia Industrial home.
(»K< JKGI \ -How i i .i < 'ounf v
All |«‘i>oii• having (Icniiiii'lo sitrsi 1 ii
ilic I'HtRto ol John \V. Arnold, lulu < f
said county, dccciiM d, lire licrcliv notl-
lied to render their claim* according to
Inw : met till imrtlc* mdelited to nald de
et it-- 1 lire ie<|ii> .ti i| to limin' iiiiniediiite
Imyinent to the uinlornignc l. I lie-.Inn.
It, |'.ItMl. N. () HANKS,
Id Executor .?olin \V Arnold, deeeii.' d
Ifn. ril.sr Vme
M«I4» Per Acre" " , b«,Tk 'il?
count it r o w
larper In proportion to tlm fertility
ot iiia tnrra. 'to aupely to your Innn
tlm eleinenta Unit lime lierli taken
from It l y |ilniitinir met IiiiivcM.uk
m naonnitermmoii, um iHiuntllully
Virt Iii In-Carol in* f-ertlllzara
(with II kpcelid tormuln for every
ciopt. They lay at the i mil of thous
and* nn I thousand* tif pmaperou*
fiirhim. l ee tlieMt lertlll/.era lor all
your crop’, tin mutt’ I IVhilt they
limy lie. ’Hu y will yrently "Increieiii
your j lel'la per in re,” nnd innke your
tnoimy bag lull) r. A«k your denier
lor them, nnd It lioenti't -uppiy you,
write un dlroet. Don't pay your
pood money, nor ylvn your note, for
nu) intertor aubat Ituto.
VIRGINIA CAROLINA CHEMICAL CO.,
Illehinond, Va. Atlanta, (la.
Norfolk, Va. Savannah,da.
Durham, N. 0. Montgomery,Al*.
( hat lealoii.H.d. Memphla.’l elm.
Halt I more. Mil. Slir«VO|N>rt, I,a.
The t icoi k r ia I m 1 list rial Homt*
will eeleliiitle its seventh HllllivtT-
-1111 mi l''el>. 22nd, I in HI, which
will mark I he end id seven years
of remarkable history and the be
ginning of the must promising > ear
since the Home was established.
\* we >i|>|tr<I his occasion il is
well to take a backward and for-
ward glance, accounting the cost
GKrtRGIA, row. ""'minty. and results of our work up to tlie
Will lie Mild on the first Tuesday in . , .. ,
, present, and estimating the cost ol
Miuttli, IIMMi, lietort the rmirl litiuae ill 1
mid county, within the Ingnl l.mirn «( «»>•'■« on and the results to be ex
Mile, to the hiKle at ladder for eoali, the peeled.
A given number of acres fertilized with Farmers’ Bone produce a
greater yield of cotton, than the same acreage with ordinary fertilizer.
Farmers’ Bone does more than that. It makes it possible to reduce
the acreage and increase the yield. Try it this year. The man
tolloxving |iio|uMv, lo wit:
A cerium true! hi parcel of land lying
Oil the went aide of Itny Avenue, ill the
city ot Newiiiin. in Kind Stale nnd coun
ty, hounded oil the IIOIIII hy Fair Street,
< unt by Hay
way of iho
Co. and on the went hr Ian da know'll as
the old lair grnnuilti, excepting the lots
heretofore Mild oil InC.iinlilu Hulling*
worth, Charlotte Hunter, Maude and
lloxic Corley and .lane Momn, containing
ll U K V X IM) til. \ Nt'K.
It is well known that the Home
was founded by Iter. \V. 15. Mum-
foul, to w hose memory il has al-
\venii". South hy right of ready been planned to erect Mum
ntriil Ol Georgia Hallway ford Memorial Hall, which will
serve not only to perpetuate his
memory but also his noble work
in providing for homeless and
friendless children. Opening the
nut i x\ nnci;n ml
I heridiy aiitiniinee myxclf a candidate
for Tax Uepeiver, nllhjeet to the Demo,
erattc pi Unary ot Coweta County; and
will appreciate lie- mippoit and liffbieiicc
ot my ft tuittln and fellow citizen*
I hereby imiioaiiee tnyaclf a candidate
foi Tax I'olleetol. subject to the D< llio
ciatic prtiuiiiy If • leetol, I will dm
charge the duties of the otllee to the
hi nt of my ahtlity Will employ help,
Will'll' help In Heeded J. II. II VIII'..
'•I»fld aort'M, more or less Said land doors of Faith ('ullage with three
levied on a* the property of L. It. Har, children on Feb. 22. IHOtt, he
to satisfv an exeeution issued from the , , , ,
City Court of Atlanta, It. favor of l>. M. 1 “"'" ,h ,M 1 °" W °‘ t,U ‘ char-
' Fiiiiiklin for use of James b. Ibighc* ct Rh'sexei brought to the attention
al ngiim*t said I, It Kay, principal, and ol the ptsiple ol flcorghl, liaving as
Mis. S A. Melson and John I). Kav, his only bank account, “Faith in
securities, and now owned and controll
ed hy sahl Mrs. S. A. Melson, us trail*-
feree. Tills February tit It, lUOtl.
J. b. BROWN, Hheriff.
Made With Fish
has twenty-one years of fertilizer experience back of him. Over
13,000 carloads of Royster fertilizers were used on the crops of 1905.
This volume of business stamps Farmers’ Bone the best.
LOOK AT OUR TWENTY YEARS’ RECORD
GK< >K(1IA—Coweta < 'minty.
The estate nt Charles Nmitli, late of lor, which is worth approximately
find and Humanity.”
Since its establishment, the
Home has experienced a most mar
vtdousgrowth. Beginning with a
small farm and one building not
paid for, it now has a plant paid
1890 1,600 TONS
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO GO.
Tarboro, N. O.
stud County, deceased, being unrepre
sented and nut likely to lie represented,
all |M'r*on* concerned are ns|iiired to
show cans” iii the Court of Ordinary of
said County, oil the tlmt Monday lit
March, (Itniil) next.Jwhy Midi adminis
tration should not he vested ill the
#30,000. Beginning with throe
children, it has saved over three
hundred from want and destitu
tion. With its present capacity
it lots under its care, regularly,
upon an average, loll children,
l<l|( Sit l.l,’ III .
1 herein- announce myself a candidate
for SI let III of Co Weill (Jou III V, subject to
thcnclion of the Democratic primary.
I have had cx|M>ricllco in the Mhentl'H
oltice and, IT elected, promise lo faith*
fully and ittqinitlalljf discharge the ilu-
tie* eiicu in lain I upon mo.
J. A, Htki'iikns.
I hereby announce my self a candidate
for Hheriff, subject to the Democratic
primalv ol Coweta county; uud will up
prisdatc the siippott ol my friends mid
fellow clti/.eiis As to my ability to till
the otllee, I respect I ill I v refer to my
record as a member of the police force
of Xcwuail dining the |sist ten years.
J 1). HKKWSTKK.
I nit I lil.ASt ltl.lt,
Inina Candidate for Oouttly Trnu>-
met ot Coweta county, subject to lie.
turn of (lie Democratio primary. Will
appreciate the sup|M<rt of every voter of
thu county, and promise faithful service
fo the county’s interests, if elected.
.It it in N. N RlLl.
To My Friends and Fellow Citizen*:
1 atn ii candidate for County Treasure!
—am |sHir, inline, inn. need the office
I submit my candidacy to the people
subject to the Deiiinciatto primary, and
shall appreciate all the help I can get
W B W .Dim
Fiilt ft.KitK ,
I hereby announce myself a candidate
f ir Clerk of the Superior Court, stihji el
to the action of the Democratic primary ;
and if elected, promise laitht'ul and ef
ficient service III discharging tile duties
of the office. Hknky I*. Hanks
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the office of Clerk of the
Su|s>rior Court, subject to the actiou of
the Democratic ptitiiarv election, ami
will appreciate the hearty support ol the
volets of the county
Lynch ti knku
I County Administrator This Feb. 7th. for them educational ad-
IIMMl. L. A . PEKDl K, Ordiiiarv. ,
vantages anil inilnstnal training
(IKOKG1A—Coweta County. along all practical lines. Many
The estate ol .ludsim T. Nixon, of saiil " ^***' c not cotno Billy under the
County, being unrepresented nnd not home's training, have been re-
dkely in he represented, all ihm'siiiis eon-
oei ned are required lo show cause in the
Court of Ordinary of said County, on
the llrst Monday in Match, (IIMMl) next,
why hiii*ii administration should not lie
vested in the County Administrator,
l ins Feb. 7th, 1IMRI.
I., A I’KKDUK, Ordinary.
OKI IKGIA—(Joxveta < 'iunity.
T. F. Hawls, Adinr. of the estate of
Fddli Smith, deceased, having applied
to the Court of < trdniary of said County
for betters of Dismission from Ids said
trust, all persons concerned are required
to show cause iii said Court hy the tirnt
Monday in March next, if any they can,
why said application should not he
granted. This Feb. 6th, IIMMl.
b. A. I’KKDCK, Ordinary,
ceived temporarily anil aided into
places of safety, with the necessary
advantages for their training.
Many who have not been received
into the Home al all Imve been
thus aided, and it is our purpose
B> make a specialty of this, our fa
cilities for our regular rescue work
allbrding an opportunity to no
complish much in this direction.
Those who have come regularly
under the Home's training and
who have been sent out, as a rule,
are acquitting themselves with
credit, some of them tilling respon
sible positions, although still
,\oung in years.
<>t course, the cost has increased
as tlie work has enlarged. It costs
something to get children into the
The return of the uppruincrM Hotting
opart twelve ninntliH' Hup]>ort lo the
family of Kobt. F. Milner, docctwod, Home, it costs something to pro-
lmving been tiled in tnv olflco, all per- vide food, clothing, shelter and
Minn concerned are cited to mIiow oruho training for them after they are
1st Monday of March. IIMMl. Why mviv ,. (l . | t c . osts something to
Mild application for twelve moutlin' sup-
]Mirt Mlionld tint lie granted. Thin Fob.
1. A. PKKDUK, Ordiiiarv.
Libel for Divorce.
F.innia I, Winkles ,
place them out. It costs something
to keep a supervision over them af
ter they have Ihhjii placed out,
which we do until they are thor
oughly established in life. Includ
ing all this, our current expenses
now amount lo about #1,000 per
It is readily seen that tlie cost of
establishing and operating the
Home during the past seven years
is insignificant compared with tlie
Who can estimate the
NOTICE TO DEfEMMNTV
M. N Colley ▼* Kina J Harnett. Kiln
Brown, J. P Harnett K J Ban . tt W
G. Harnett, Kao- 1 Mu; N * Hall.
Emma Barnett, Mr* ,1 mi . Burton.
Kobt. Harnett Auvh Bano-tt and Caro-
Ooweta Su|»*riur C art. March term,
llMMi Equitable IVtlti.ii t . F'ore.rloca
Mortgage on !(• .ilty.
Georgia. Coweta Comity
To W. G Harn tt, s.’s Indian St .t’o-
lumbia. S C :
To Mr- Not..i Hall, Op-Itka. Un
You, aud each of you, are heret’V re
quired hi |h’Imiii or hy attorn. x t.. ).,.
and appeirat the next term of tlie Su
p-rior Court, to be held m nnd for vitd
County, on til” tirr.t Monday m March,
l'JOH, then and then* to answer the
pUintitT in an actiou of Foreclosure of
Mortgage on Healty; as lu default there
of, said Court will proceed t her. on as to
justice may up)>ertam. Witness the
Honorable It. W. Freeman, Judge of
said Court, this the 2ud day of Feb
ruary, IIMMl. L. TUKNEK,
Clerk S. C. C. C.
Wax mood Winkles '
Libel for Divorce in Coweta Superior
Court, March Term, IIMMl.
To Wavnioiid Winkles, Defendant in
tin- above stated case:
T nu are hereby required, in jiergon or
by Attorney, to bo mid appear at the TCSUltrt
next term of tlie Superior Court to lie good to bi> derived from this work
hold in and for said County on the first l, v the State ami society! Should
Monday ... March, IIMMl, then and there tlu , work sU)p whm , it is thef;otM i
to answer the plaintiff in an action of .... ...
Libel for Divorce; asm default thereof, at ‘ COm » ,li8hlHl wou, ‘ l
said Court will prooeed thereon ns to through generations to come. But
justice may apiMTtain. it w ill not slop. The success of
Witness the Hon. K. W. Frisunan, the Home proves that it eame to
Judge of said Court, this tlio 2nd day ef
January, IIMMl. L. Tt'KNKK. Clerk.
-Mr. <1. W. Shulls, of Savannah, as
his individual gift. It is hoped
that some generous friend will soon
come forward with an offer to
build a twin dormitory fo the one
to be built by Mr. Shnlts. What
I miter disposition can one make of
his money than to put it in such
a building, where it will stand its
a memorial to his name and a
shelter for needy and helpless
children for years to come.
These buildings, with some oth
er improvements not necessary to
mention here, w ill greatly increase
tlie efficiency of our plant and w ill
enlarge our capacity for one hun
dred more children.
OF If AITKAI..
We are facing a great need anil
u great opportunity, and we ap
peal to our friends for help, our
work being dependent upon vol
untary support, having no State or
To complete the Mttmford
Memorial Hall and other improv-
ments already begun and to meet
our current expenses, we must
raise #10,000 by Feb. '22nd, our
seventh anniversary. Consider
ing llte great needs of tin 1 work,
this is ;. small amount to ask for,
and xxe earnestly hope our friends
xx ill be generous and respond lib
erally to this our anniversary ap
Please address all communica
tions and forward all remittances
to .1. K. Gunn,
Gen. Mgr. Ga. It.il’l Home,
II. W. CAMP, Phksidknt
H. ABNER CAMP, Cashiku
MORELAND BANKING CO.,
Capital - - $25,000.00
We solicit your patronage and promise you the best
If you ate acquainted with unyoue
who ih troubled with this distressing utl-
ineut you can do him no greater favor
than to tell him to try Chamlierlain's
Salve. It gives instant relief. Price 25
oents tier box. Sold by Dr. Paul Petiis-
ton, Newnnn, Gix.
the early days of the Republic and
was the personal friend of Jeffer
son, Madison, Albert Gallatin, j
John Randolph and other great
Democrats of that age.
An historical incident not gen
erally known is the fact that
Mathew Lyon made Thomas Jef
ferson President of jthe United
States. In the heated contest in
Congress between Jefferson ami
Aaron Burr for the Presidency,
Mathew Lyon cast the deciding
vote that ended tlu* light and elect
A real Christian is never exclu
A man who depends on tips
usually feels tough.
meet a great need, it has l»ecn
demonstrated that the work pays,
and it will go on, yielding increas-1
Therefore, it is appropriate at
thiN time to take a look into tlu* fil
lin' little worries of life make tare. With a capacity to care for
one hundred and fifty children,
the Home i> grappling with a
a problem involving the rescue of
thousands of innocent and helpless
little oius. <M course the work
must go on and of course it must j
file opportunity is too
CHEAP RATES TO NEW ORLEANS. MOBILE
Mixrdi Gras, February 2!)-27. One
fare pin* tweuty-five cents for tlie round
trip. Tickets on sale February 21«t to
36th, inclusive; limited to March 3rd,
IIMMl. Extension ot return limit may ho
obtained until March 17th, HKMi, upon
payment of fee of 50 oents and deposit
ot ticket with Special Agent at destina
tion. For further information and
sleeping enr reservation, apply to near
est Agent, or write J. P. Billups,
Gen. Passenger Agent.
F. M. Thompson,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
the great troubles.
Hie interested workman seldom
complains of his task.
A man cannot reach and keep
high place by low actions.
I here is a difference between enlarge.
- txihg money uud money saving, great to let it pass.
A clean heart and a foul tongue
arc never found in the same man.
Most of us declare that we do
Congressman W. A. Hepburn,
of Iowa, a Republican leader in
the (’ongress of the United States
and author of the railroad rate and —
regulation bill which is creating Just altout the time a man gets
such a furore in Congress and comfortably fixed in his favorite
great interest throughout the na- chair with the evening newspaper,
lion, is a cousin of (’apt. A. B. his wife thinks of what some caller
Lemons as Medicine
Their Wonderful Effect
on the Liver, Stomach,
Lemons are largely used by The
Moadey Lemon Elixir Company, in
compounding their Lemon blixir,
a pleasant Lemon Laxative and
Tonic—a substitute for all Cathartic
and Liver Pills. Lemon Elixir po.si-
lively cures all Biliousness, Consti
pation, Indigestion or Dyspepsia,
Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease
Dizziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite!
Fevers, Chills, Blotches, Pimple”
all Impurities of the Blood, Pain in
the Chest or Back, and all other dis-
enses caused by a disordered live r
and kidneys, the first Great
atl Fatal Diseases.
WOMEN, for all Female Irreg-
mantles, will find Lemon Elixir
a pleasant and thoroughly reliable
remedy, without the least dangecof
j possible harm to them in an v condi
tion peculiar to themselves soc
and Jt.oo per beetle at -
ALL DRUG STOICS
One Dose Convinces.'
Cutes, of Newnan.
Cupt. Cates and Congressman
Hepburn arc great grandsons of
Mathew Lyon, a native of Ireland
and a pioneer settler of \ ertnont,
told her during the day.
who resided in later life in both
The trouble altout accumulating
money i- that .just about time a
man begins to get somew here near
what he wants he dies and is com-
Pian;s and Organs.
pelled to give it up.
The enlargement of the Home
and many improvements have l**en :
planned for the present year. It
, „ .. . .. . is expected that both the Mumford
not ,ike Mattery, and then by our ,, . , ,
... * . , Memorial Hall and the tshults
actions prove that we are foud ol Dormitory will be completed by
ll - j next fall, the latter to be giveu by
I am agent for the Cable Fiano
Company and sell the “Chicago
. , Ar , , Cottage,” Mason & Hamlin and
Kentucky and Arkansas. Mathew other organs of standard makes
Lyon was a Revolutionary patriot, Solomon is said to have had 300 These instrume ts are warranted
served in • Congress from Vermont wives, but no reference is made to to give satisfaction in quality and
and Keutucky and was elected toi the children. Perhaps Solomon price. Don’t buy an instrument
Congress from Arkansas, but died made his reputation for wisdom by without consulting me
before taking his seat. He was a
national Democratic leader daring
uot trying to answer the questions
of his youugsters.
W. H. Reynolds,