if 1 im
For this beautiful
Top Buggy, inn mi-
factured by us here
A Southern Buggy
. for Southern traite,
has a fine Leather Quarter Top, has genuine
Leather, Spring Bottom Cushion, and Leather
Back, is elegantly painted and fully guaranteed.
Regular retail price $05.00 to $75.00.
9Q For this fine Collar and Hume,
nickel mounted Harness, sold with
every GOLTFN KAGLH BUGGY, regular retail
price S12.50 to $15.00.
Catalog and full description sent on request.
GOLDEN EAGLE BUGGY CO.
16&-160 Edgewood Ave., Atlanta, Ga.
With the Exchanges
Miss Mary Lou 1 To!tin's lias iv-
tumini from a visit to Newnan ami
Dr. Nmmally, tin* latest eamli-
(lute for governor, when it oomes
to speaking, is a “jawet-forever.”
lie is a mighty elever man, how
ever.—Marietta .lou null.
Land of Promise
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
ts endorsed by Physicians, Ministers,
Physical Directors, Health and Beauty
Specialists, and people In all walks of
life. * Every brush is fully guaranteed.
For mle by
W. L. SEXTON,
The Newnan Plumber.
New Arnnll Building. Phone 15(1
MRS. W. Y. ATKINSON & CO.
I T. M. MARTIN
| Tin Work, Roofing
! Expert work and low
prices win. Shop op-
p posite Pinson Hotel.
fotr3 Pt n3 OTrJ Ln r^i CT7D tn yvl In rxl Cnr^ to fO CnTP in Aj
A good prescription
The 5-cent packet is enough for usual occasions
Theffarnily bottle (60 cents) contains a supply
for a year.All druggists sell them.
TAKE YOUR CLOTHING TO jj
S. C. CARTER S CO., I
(Continued from pngo !i.)
tour colossal symbolic groups of
statuary-standing for Europe,
Asia, Africa and America, at the
four corners of a spacious plat
form, supporting a colossal statue
of Albert and gorgeously decorat
ed Gothic tower, sparkling with
gilding, mosaic, bronze, and statu
ary, the base of the tower display
ing clear around the monument a
remarkably elaborate high relief
cut of one hundred and sixty-nine
life-sized marble statues portray
ing picked geniuses of every pe
riod of history; and Royal Albert
Hall, that holds 8,000 people and
has an organ of 8,000 pipes; Hyde
Park with its lawns and trees and
drives; Rotfen Row, a riding course
a mile and a half long, to Kensing
ton Gate, Kensington Palace and
Gardens, the Marble Arch, Wel
lington’s statue, Park Lane, Pica-
riilly, a street of the Parisian type;
Royal Academy, Leicester Square,
Long Acre, Covent Garden, the
chief fruit, vegetable, and flower
market of London; Lincoln's Inn
Fields, “Old Curiosity Shop,” con
nected with the name, and fame ot
Charles Dickens—interior; Chan
eery Lane; filled to the full the
1 balance of the day—a mixture of
: light rain and gentle sunshine, ere
j we dined at nightfall, with much
to think about.
On the morrow, under the s.*me
guidance as before, we made a vis
it to New Bridge Street, Flack
friars Fridge, named from a mon
astery once near by, where Cardi
nal Wolsey divorced Katherine of
Aragon from King Henry VIII;
the Victoria Embankment,
adorned with gardens and trees
and statues; and Cleopatra’s
Needle—the great obelisk from
Egypt—stands here; the City of
London School, Temple Gardens,
Waterloo Fridge, Somerset
House, New Scotland Yard, across
Westminster Bridge, by St.
Thomas’ Hospital, a line of build
ings one-third of a mile long and
costing •'•<2,500,000, opposite the
Parliament Fuilding; to Lambeth
Palace, very beautiful and inter
esting, the London House of the
Archbishops of Canterbury for
seven centuries, with high embat
tled gateway, large library, and
lovely gardens; the Albert Era-
! bankment, over Vauxhall Fridge to
the National Gallery of Fritish
Art, known as the T..te Gallery—
with beautiful interior indeed and
great collection of pictures truly,
j among which we specially noted:
John Knox Preaching Fefore the
Lords of the Congregation by J
1 Prescott Knight, a Play-scene in
Hamlet,Landseer’s Alexander and
Diogenes, War,and Peace,F. Good’.-
the Rhine and Shepards, Rosa F.
Martineau’s Last Day in the Old
Home, Eastlake’s Christ Lament
ing over Jerusalem, Ed. Armi-
tage’s Remorse of Judas, W. F.
Davis’ After Sunset, C. Lawson’s
August Moon, J. S Millais’ Mer
cy, St. Fartholomew’s Day; Geo.
F. Watts’ Spirit of Christianity,
dedicated to All Churches—a
mother in the sunshine glow
riding on the clouds, dress pulled
up and children clustered beneath,
the earth below, right hand lower
ed and left raised; Watts’ Dray
Horse, Court of Death; G. Cock-
rane’s Solitude, Paul Dclaroche’s
Execution of Lady Jane Grey,
Rosa Bonheur’s Horse Fair,
Stokes’ Upland and Sky, Oachard-
Common Colds are the Cause of
Many Serious Diseases.
Physicians wliodiuve gained a nation
al reputation as analysts of the cause of
various diseases, claim that if catching
cold could be avoided, a long list of
dangerous ailments would never be
beard of. Every one knows that pneu
monia and consmTiptiou originate from
a cold, and chronic catarrh, bronchitis,
and all throat and lung trouble are ag
gravated and rendered more serious by
each fresh attack. Do not risk your life
or take chances when you linvo a cold.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy will cure
J. A. Sasser, of Senoia. was in
thi' city yesterday on his way I
home from a stay of two weeks at
.!—Griffin News and 81111.
It is said that Gus Nnnnally
comrades | possesses neither silver nor gold.
If this be true, we do not suppose
any of the numerous political aero- ;
hats in Georgia will befalling over,
each other in order to become his !
campaign manager.—Washington ,
By the will of a man who died 1
lately at Joplin, Mo., ♦ 10,000 is to
be spent to scatter through the
north copies of Mark Twain’s!
I “How To Fe a Gentleman.” In
the will it is expressly stated that
the south is not in need of such
thorns, etc. Well might the peo
ple here and everywhere remem
ber those stirring words of Mr.
Alfred Percival Graves, an Eng-1 aml other points in
lish poet, in the Londo 1 Spectator:
“London Town, hear a ditty,
While we crown our
‘Men, not walls, make a city;’
III befalls when men are few.
London, lift- to God thanksgiving
For his gift that passes all—
For thy heroes, dead and living.
Who have made the city wall.”
(To be continued.)
We beg to announce to our customers and friends
that we are now in our commodious new store,
with a full stock of General Merchandise, and have
recently added to this a complete line of furniture,
burial eases, etc. Also wagons, buggies and har
ness, males and horses; all of which will be sold
at the lowest prices, either for cash or on time.
We also carry a complete line of Fertilizers, which
we mix to suit any and all of our customers. M e
also pay the highest prices for cotton and cotton
seed, and give the lowest rates on storage and in
surance, anil make liberal advances on all cotton
stored with ns. Thanking yon for your patronage
in the past, we respectfully solicit a continuance
of’ the same.
H. W. CAMP CO.
The smiling financier merely
turned in the witness chair and re
fused to obey the court’s command
to answer the question.
“I refuse to answer by advice of
Atlanta & West Point Hailroad Co.
The Western Railway of Alabama.
it before these diseases develop. Tills J (•oniiHol ” he said,
remedy oontnins no opium, morphine or | ’ .
other harmful drug and lias thirty years “The court insists
Direct Lines Between North, East, South and Southwest. U. S. Fast
Mail Route. Through Palace Sleeping Cars. Dining
Cars. Tourist Sleepers to California.
...ligand Ims thirty
of reputation buck of it, gained by its |
cures under every condition. For stile
by Dr. Paul Peiiiston, Newnan, Ga.
Judge W. B. W. Dent For
that yon an
Silence having reigned five con
secutive minutes the court ad
journed. Ful immediately after
the court convened again am
laboring man who had struck for
shorter hours and better wages was
haled before that same judge.
“You have violated the injunc
tion issued from this bench!”
thundered the judge. “I—”
“Yourhonor, 1 plead not guilty,”
replied the prisoner. “I have
faithfully obeyed the court’s order
and I have not—”
“That is enough from you, sir,’
ejaculated the judge. “You are
fined tj*100 and sentenced to jn
thirty days. The orders of this
sentalive. Unfortunately, I am court must he obeyed.”
poverty-stricken. For this tea- I laving signed the committment
son, and on account of ill health papers the judge scuta polite Mi
ami advanced age, I do not feel tie note to the financier saying that
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT APR. 23, 1906.
To My Friends and Fellow-Citi-
zeus: In April, 15)04, I retired
from the race for the Legislature,
with tile announcement that I
would be a candidate for Repre
sentative this year. But this is a
great political year, and important
issues will be submitted to the peo
ple—more important, perhaps,
than any that I might raise in a
legislative race;—therefore, I shall
not become a candidate for Repre-
. No 40
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that 1 could properly represent my | he was within his constitutional
people in the General Assembly, rights when he refused to answer,
if elected. Owing to the neoessi- and assuring him that the court
ties of my condition I have decid- would protect him from further
ed to become a candidate lor indignities.
County Treasurer, subject to the In the meantime the working-
action ol the Democratic primary, man waH •i a '' ,— * oinmonei.
and am moved to ask tlio support
ol' my friends for this office. Kver
Above trnl im Hn 11 v. «'minuet I
for TiiHki'Kcc, ‘.lllnteml for TuII.iIi'ihhiml
I-uGiiiiirc ticcoin iiimlnt ion Ioiivom AtInlif 11 dully
leaves La<iraii«e nl 5:50 a. m.urrlvcH Atlanta Klfi a. hi.
Trains ur> and HO I’nllmnn sleepers New York mid New Orl
on and New Orleans.
Trains 117 and HN Washington and Hnntliwestern Limited. I’nllman sleeper*, t
eurH. observation and dining earn. Complete service New York and New Orleans
Train 117 United States fast mall. Through day coaches Atlanta and New Orient
Write for maps, schedules ami Information.
F. M. THOM I'SON, .1. 1\ HILLUI’H,
T. I\ A., Atlanta, On. ti. I*. A., Atlanta Gi
CJIIAH. A. WICJKKKHIIAM,'
I'rcs. and Unit. Mur.. Atlanta. Ga
t New Orleans for Texas, Mexico, California. At Clichaw
pt Sunday at 5:110 p. m. Returning
Through coaches Washing-
since I became old enough to vote
I have labored for my friends and
for the Democratic party; and now
in my old age, I am forced to ask
help for myself. It embarrasses
that can he jpown, you
Anniversary edition of
It you waul the
hhnulil read The Thirtieth
BURPEE'S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1906,
so well known as the “ Lending American Seed Catalogue." Il Is malted FREE to all.
Better write TO-DAY. W. ATLEE BURPEE <& CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA.
me to make this personal appeal; , , ... ,
, , , * , , i city, due to the withdrawal ol rail
yet I am not able to make a house
, , , , ,. road passes, says:
to bouse canvass, and have no oth- ,
. , . . .. With tin* approaching storm of
er direct means ol reaching the j 01 , 1)OHition to Vail way monopoly
people, i trust, therefore, that a ,„| t,hn almost certain adoption of
my friends throughout the county, adverse legislation, the railroads
both young and old, will appreci- of the country have been drawing
The Lima (<>.) Republican-Ga
zette, commenting on the small at
tendance at the meeting of the
Buckeye Press association in that head
while to ouy a controlling interest
evils which should be fearlessly
combated wherever it shows its
Thu roads think it worth
ate my situation and give trie their
earnest and active support.
W. B. W. Dent.
Improvements at the Post-
in some papers situated at strategic
points, in the case of the papers
m e u t i o n e d they apparently
thought that an oiler to pay for
“semi-editorials” was all that was
the line more closely on the issu-• ,H - < - txsa, y- ...
ance of free transportation, hoping Such attempts to covertly tn-
thereby to influence legislators and fluence public opinion show either
legislation, and, believing that gross ignorance and dull moral
they could muzzle the press in the perceptions or a desperate wicked-
same manner, many of the roads at
the close of 15)05 decided to discon
tinue the exchange of transporta
tion for advertising space, but to
: pay casn lor what advertising they
Numerous improvements have! require, and require the publishers
been made in the interior of the of the country to pay fare just as
postoffice during the past few the common people
weeks. The improvements consist
ness which would entitle railroad
managers to be classed as public
To buy or exchange (Jroo
eries for one-half and one-
gallon Jugs. Also we sell
20 Lbs. Sugar for. LOO
IH Bars Laundry Hoap 25c
1 Gal. Best Ga. Cane Syrup 40c
I Pound Chewing Tobacco 30c
Many other good things cheap.
Call and get our prices. We will
serve you right and give prompt
delivery and appreciate your pat-
mainly of furnishings for the con
venience of employes and the pub
| OPPOSITE HOTEL PINSON,
j| when you want them
| cleaned, pressed, repaired
1] or dyed in the best manner
| and at the most reasona-
i ble prices.
s° n ’ s Napoleon on Foard the Fell-
erophon, Frank Dicksons J he
! Two Crowns—a king with a gold
Do you want to subscribe for any cr0 wn on, richly caparisoned pal-
newspaper or magazine published in fry, and girls round about crowned
the United States- If so, your sub-j w^h flowers, and at the side,
scriptiou will be received at the I.ews , . , .
1 t ; j Christ on the cross with crown of
But when the railroads sent out
circular letter inquiries to the pub
lishers a-sking for rates on line ad
vertising, display space and for
line rates on “semi-editorials”
they found they were up against a
For Sale to Merchants Only, proposition they had not counted
—i ■■ upon. They got rates all right on
Out of town merchants will find lines and inches, but when it came
it very convenient to call on us for To the “semi-editorials” they found
kerosene oil. We take your bar they could not control the editorial
rels in exchange. Car load of oil policies of the press of Ohio; that
just received. the editors of Ohio newspapers
* D. T. Manget & Co., were capable of doing their own
tf Newnan, Ga. thinking and were possessed of a
’ ' degree of integrity and nerve that
. ,, ,, said to the railroads, “You can’t
• Winnowed Songs —the great , nlbliKh semi-editorials at any Happy
I hereby notify all persons in- l l0na ^ ( '
debted to J. F. Reynolds, bank
rupt, of Newnan, Ga., to call at my
office ov-:r Newnan Banking Co
and settle at once. It is necessary
that the business of said J. F.
Reynolds be closed up at once.
J. Littleton Jones,
tf Attorney for Trustee.
i. D. LAND,
West Side Court House, Opposite
ailment is usually caused by
The Cedar Creek Division of the rheumatism of the hiusoIch and maybe
Cotton Association will meet at cured by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Valley Feb 17 at l> ® a l m two or three times a day, and rub-
book b ever ^ubl 906 BcSt 80 . ng ' price.”” ” ‘' o’clock, p. rn. Let
the creamof a^l books” & 2 co dozen- The attempt of railroads to use turn out, as this will be an im- biud on a piece of flannel slightly damp-
single, 2 5 c; sample pages'free. ’ the public press for their own portant meeting.
46 J. L Moore, Fethiehem, Ga. i selfish ends is one of the growing i L. M. < jJ.L. Dr. Paul Peiiiston, Newnan, Ga.
bing the parts vigorously at each appli-
,0 < .V cation. If this does not afford relief.