For thin beautiful
Top Bugay, manu
factured by u« heTe
A Southern Buggy
for Southern trade,
hat a fine Leather Quarter Top, ha* genuine
Leather, Spring Bottom Cushion, and Leather
Back, ia elegantly painted and fully guaranteed.
Regular retail price $05.00 to $75.00."
90 * f ° r 'hi* fine Collar and Hame,
nickel mounted Hnrncs*. aold with
every GOLl'PN HAGLU BUGGY, regular retail
Catalog and full description sent on request.
GOLDEN EAGLE Bl’GUY CO.
1B8-160 Edge wood Ave., Atlanta, Ga.
KNICKERBOCKER roUNUlM 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
S95 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. n Every brush is fully guaranteed.
For suit 1 by
W. Ia. SEXTON.
The Newnan Plumber.
New Am,ill building. Phono 161)
FOR TAX It 1XT.IYKN.
I hereby announce myself n candidate
for Tax Receiver, subject to the Demo
cratic primary. I am in the race to a
finish tins time, nnd will appreciate tile
support of my friends and follow-citi
zens. F. O. Watkins.
for county treasurer, subject to action
of the Democratic primary.
To My Friends and Fellow Citizens:
I am a candidate for County Treasurer
—am poor, infirm, and need the office.
I submit my candidacy to the people
subject to the Democratic primary, and
shall appreciate all the help I can get.
W. B. W. Dknt.
I nm a candidate for Tnx Receiver, I hereby announce my candidacy for
subjeot to action of the Democratic pri- the office of County Treasurer, subject
nia-y. Am not physically able to per- to the notion of the Democratic primary,
form manual labor but can attend to I am au ex-Confedcrate soldier. 7<l years
duties of this office and feel that lam j of nge; having served four years in First
qualified to till it. Will appreciate the j Georgia cavalry, in which I received
support of nil my fellow citizens, wounds permanently disabling me. I
J. H. Young. j will appreciate the support of my
friends. Samuel HehhiMI.
I hereby annouuoe myself n candidate
for Tax Receiver, subject to the Demo
cratic piimary of Coweta County; and
will appreciate the support and influence
of my friends and fellow citizens
I take this method of notifying my
friends tlint I nm a candidate for Tax
Receiver, subjeot to the Democratic pri
mary, and shall be deeply grateful for
the support nnd assistance of iny friends
T. J, Wilkinson.
I hereby announce myself a candidate j
for Clerk of the Superior Court, subject
to the action of the Democratic primary ; i
nnd if elected, promise faithful and ef- ;
ficient service in discharging the duties :
of the office. Henry L. Banks. |
streets, and running north along the
east, side of said Jackson street the dis
tance of sixty eight feet and nine inches,
and said lot running hack east, same
width, one hundred nnd two feet, more
or less, to line of what is known ns the
Palmer place. Also a vacant lot in the
city of Newnan. Coweta County, Geor
gia, the line of said lot beginning on the
east side of Jackson street at a point one
hundred and thirty seven feet and six
inches north from the corner of Mndi
son and Jackson streets and running
north along the east side of said Jackson
street, a distance of sixty-eight feet and
nine inches, more or less, to Wesley
street and said lot running hack east
from said Jackson street and along
Wesley street the distance of one hun
dred nnd one feet, more or less, to line
of what is known us the Palmer pinna,
nnd so that east end of said lot will he
only sixty-seven feet and nine inches
wide, more or less.
The first two lots above described be
ing the Hunter property, and tile lust
three lots being the Bradley property.
To be sold us the property of ,Mnrv 10,
Hints, deceased, for the purpose of mak
ing distribution amongst the heirs at
law of said decc.ised. The order from
the court of Ordinary of Campbell Coun
ty authorizes the sale to take place in
Coweta County, where the property lies.
Terms: One-third cash, balance pay
able 1st day of November, mod, with
interest from date of sale at six per cent
per auunni; purchaser to give note and
receive bond for title, or all cash if pur
chaser prefers. Purchasers of the two
houses and lots will not get possession
till Nov. 1st, 1110(1, but will receive the
rents thereof in the meantime. This
April !ird, 11)00. W. T. Sims,
H. R. Sims,
Adnir's of estate of Mary E. Hints,
A ‘'talking liiaoliim*” furnishes lots ol amusement anti pleasure.
We sell all the best machines. Have in stuck Columbia ami Victor
grapboplumes, “Talkophoncs” ami “Zoimphoncs,” ami records for all
J of these machines. V isit our store and we will entertain you with
our “talking machines.” ami quote our unusually low prices for them.
We sell Organs, Pianos and all kinds of musical instruments of
the best manufacture. Foreash purchasers or on the installment
' plan our prices are the lowest and our terms the best.
E. O. REESE,
NEWNAN MARBLE WORKS
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
I am a candidate for the office of Tnx
Receiver, subject to tho notion of flic
Democratic primary, nnd respectfully
solicit tho support of my friends mid
fellow-citizens. O. H. Newton.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR,
1 I hereby announce myself a candidate
, for Tax Collector, subjeot to the Demo
cratic primary. If elected, I will dis-
1 charge the duties of the office to the
I best of my ability. Will employ help,
1 where help is needed. ,T. H. Hyde.
Mr. ,T. H. Hyde has suffered for years,
and is now suffering front chronic ulcer
of left leg, which renders him unable to
perform nianunl labor.
A. A. Barge, M. D.
G. W. Poddy, M. D.
Josiali L, Barge, M. D.
f\J Lrj fxJ Ir; f\J O-'fiJ ir |~3t?j fi] Cord if) fd DTfd Cfljd1
I hereby nmiounoe my candidacy for
re-election to tho office of Clerk of the
Superior Court, subject to the notion of
tho Democratic primary election, and
will appreciate the hearty support of the
voters of the county.
I nm a candidate for Representative,
subject to tlio Democratic primary, and
will appreciate the support of nil voters
of the oouuty. M. II. Couch.
Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds
of marble and granite.
GEORGIA MARBLE A SPECIALTY
Alljwork guaranteed to he first |class
in every particular. Parties needing
anything in our line are rtquested to
call, examine work and get prices.
GEOR( i l A—Coweta County.
T. F. Rawls, Aiimr. of Mth. Gitssie
Weaver, deceased, having applied to tho
Court, of Ordinary of said County for
leave to sell the land of said deoeasod,
all jtersottH oonoorued are required to
show cause in said Court by the first
Monday in May next, if any they can,
why said application should not tie
granted. This April 5th, lilOil.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR THE
MERCK & DENT
IMPROVED HIGH GRADE BUGGIES
I am a candidate for re-election to the
Lower House of the Georgia Logisla- [
ture, subject to action of the Democra
tic primary, and solicit the support and
votes of all citizens of my comity.
I. N. Oku.
Ft lit t'Olft »N Kit,
MRS. W. Y. ATKINSON & CO.
T. M. MARTIN
To tho Democratic Voters of Coweta
Having recently been elected to fill,
tho unexpired term of Rev. H. li. Da
vies, Into tax collector of Coweta county,
mid having less than one year in which
to fill the office and fueling that in jus
tice to myself, I should lie given a full
term, I hereby respectfully announce
my candidacy for tax collector for the
long term, subject to I lie rules and reg
ulations of the Democratic Executive
Committee. Thanking my friends for
their past support, 1 hope by diligent at
tention to tho duties of the office to mer
it their continued confidence and esteem.
W. H. Huhhahij.
I am a candidate for Coroner of Cow
eta county, subject to action of the
Democratic white primary, and will lie
glad to have all the voters consider my
claims nnd give me their support.
J. W. Kelley.
l-t lit HII Kit IFF.
Tin Work, Roofing
Expert work nnd low
prices win. Shop op
posite Pinson Hotel.
I am a candidate for re-election to the
office of Sheriff of Coweta comity, sub
ject to action of the Democratic white
primary. The support and votes of all
my fellow oitizeus will bo appreciated.
Joseph L. Brown.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff of Coweta Comity, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
I have had experience in the sheriff's
office and, if eleoted, promise to faith
fully and iiiqmrtially discharge the du
ties encumbent upon me.
J. A. Stephens.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff, subject to the Democratic
primary of Coweta county; and will ap
preciate the support of my friends and
fellow citizens. As to my ability to fill
the office, I respectfully refer to my
[ record as a member of the police force
of Newnan during the past ton ycurs.
A good prescription
ThtffHmily bottle (60 cents) contains a supply
for « year.All dr-iiritlstH sell them
J. D. BREWSTER,
I am a candidate for Treasurer, sub-
j jeet to action of the primary on April
28, 1006. 1 have been disabled for eight
years and cannot see the people person
ally, but will be pleased if the voters
j will consider my claims and give me
their support. ,T. S. Stephens.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Coroner, subject to notion of the
Democratic primary of Coweta county.
The support and votes of all my fallow
citizens will be appreciated.
C. A. Buukeh.
By virtue of an order from the Court
of Ordinary of Campbell County, Geor
gia, granted at the March term, 11)0(1,
there will be sold before the court lions*
door of Coweta County, in tho city of
Newnan, within the legal hoars of sale,
oil the first Tuesday in May, l'.iOtt, to the
highest bidder, the following property,
A certain lot in the city of Newnan,
Coweta County, Georgia, beginning at
a point on tho enst side of Perry Street
ill the center of a wall dividing said lot
from the lot of J. T. Williams (formerly
T. B. Davis) and running north along
the east sine of said Perry Street the
distance of fifty-four feet and seven
inches, and said lot running hack east
from said street, same width, two hun
dred and twelve feet, more or less, to
line of property of R. I). Colo Mfg. Co.
Also, u certain house nnd lot in the city
of Newnan, Coweta County, Georgiu,
t ho line of said lot beginning ut a point
on the east side of Perry Street fifty-four
feet iiixl seven inches north from the
center of the wall on the north side of
lot of J. T. Williams (formerly T. B.
Davis) and running north along the east
side of said Perry Street the distance of
fifty-four feet and seven inches, and said
lot running hack east from said Perry
Street two hundred and twelve feet,
more or less, to line of property of R. I).
Cole Mfg. Co.; but the north line of this
lot inclines southward enough so that
the east end of the lot will be only forty-
nine feet and one inch wide. Also a
house and lot in the city of Newnan,
Coweta County, Georgia, the line of
said lot beginning at the corner of Madi
son and Jackson streets, onjtiie east side
of said Jackson street, and running
north along said Jackson [street sixty-
eight feet and nine inches, and said lot
running back east from said Jackson
street, same width, and along said Madi
In Memory of Little Alice
Whereas: God, in His provi
dence, has seen lit. to take to Him
self one of our numlier, little Alice
Holmes, who had been a member
of this, the First Baptist Sunday
School, from her babyhood, there
Resolved: That while our hearts
are grieved over the loss of this lit-
Uc one, we are thankful for her
innocent life and affectionate dis
position, and bow in bumble sub-
mission to His will, who makes no
mistakes and does all tilings for
the good of 11 is children.
Let ns follow her example of
right living. She was always
I truthful, and in her sweet childish
way reproved older people of
wrong doing. She has gone now
to be with her Lord and let ns re
member that at any time, we know
not when, the Lord may call ns,
and let ns ask ourselves the ques
tion: Are we ready! Ily his grace
let each of ns so live here day by
day, at school, at home, in Imsi
ness, everywhere, ho that when He
comes we shall not be ashamed to
, "Not in cruelty, not in wrath,
The Reaper enme that (lay;
"L'wius an angel visiI«ol the earth
And took the flower away."
Resolved: That we extend to
this bereaved family our tend crest
sympathy and commend them to
lour precious Savior, who feels for
| them in this sad loss, and who
“shall wipe away all tears from
! their eyes.”
Resolved: That a copy of these
resolutions be spread upon the
minutes of our Sunday school and
a copy la* given to the family of
our little sister.
Her Sunday Samoi. Teacher
CARR I AGE
.^"BUILDING 5* REPAIRING I
A Tip Top Job
in the repairing of curriugefl, wagons
and other vehicles is the only kind
we uttempt or turn out. lienee our
success in repair work. Wo want
your business when you have any
thing in oar line and we’ll satisfy
you in price as well as work. We
use only the best colors and varnish,
thus getting the best results in bug
gy painting. Get one.
MERCK & DENT
$150 Reward for Haines.
Governor Terrell yesterday of
fered a reward of SlfiO for the ap
prehension ol d. W. Haines, of
Coweta county, who is charged
with having murdered his father
in-law, ,1. W. Harrison, the last
day of last month.—Tuesday’s At
lanta < Constitution.
Pickles and Canned Fruit
This store has a superb stock of clean, fresh canned fruits,
pickles and olives. Housekeepers can order anything in these
lines with the certainty of receiving just what they desire.
For example, note the wide range of prices for olives, bottled
by II. ,1. Heinz Company. Thoy are priced at 10c, 15c, 20c,
25c, 80c, 85c, 50c and 75c. Olives in bulk at 50c per quart.
Heinz pickles in bulk and in bottles, sweet and sour mixed and
sweet and sour plain, are always fresh and line if bought at this
store. Pickled onions and chow-chow are included in Lit is line.
In the canned fruits line we have peaches, pears, cherries,
plums, apples, and pineapples for pics. Cherry, pineapple and
peach preserves may also lie mentioned in this connection.
Our canned stock is from the most reliable canneries of the
country and is guaranteed to lie all right.
C. P. STEPHENS & CO.
Proprietors of the New B&Kery.
Telephone No. 31.
DR. T. B. DAVIS,
Keiidence Telephone No. 5-3 Calls.
DR. W. A. TURNER,
Residence Telephone No. 64.
Drs. Davis & Turner
Do yon want to subscribe for any
newspaper or magazine published in
the United States? If so, your sub
scription will be received at the News
I am a Candidate for County Treas
urer of Coweta county, subject to ac
tion of the Democratic primary. Will
appreciate the support of every voter of son street one hundred and three feet,
tlie county, and promise faithful service ' or less, to line of what is known as
to the comity’s interests, if elected. the p a |mer place. Also a vacant lot in
John N. Neill, j the 0 jty of Newnan, Coweta Comity,
1 Georgia,die line of said lot beginning on
The friends of Mr. T. A. McCullough, | the east side of Jackson street at a point
an old and worthy citizen of Haralson sixty-eight feet and nine inches north
district, announce him as a candidate from the corner of Madison and Jackson
At Lovejoy Memorial,
('nine to Lovejoy Memorial next
.Sunday (Easter) and hear our
Isiys and girls sing and recite.
Rally by Sunday School begins
at 10 o’clock. Children will build
text from which a short sermon
will lie preached by pastor.
W. S. Gainkb, Faster.
Physicians and Surgeons
Offices in Sanatorium Building, corner
College and Hancock streets. Tele
phone No. 5-2 calls.
Smith’s Burs Kidney Cure.
The only guaranteed kidney remedy.
Buy it—try it—it costs yen nothing if
it fails. Price 60 cents at Holt & Cates’.
Rheumatism Makes Life Miserable
A happy home is the most valuable
possession that is within the reach of
mankind, but you cannot enjoy its com
forts if you are suffering from rheuma
tism. You throw aside business cares
when vou enter your home nnd you can
be relieved from those rheumatic pains
also by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Bulm. One application will give you
relief and its continued use for a short
time will bring about a permanent cure.
For sale by Dr. Paul Peuiston, Newnan.
The Only Guaranteed Kidney Cure
is Smith's Sure Kidney Cure. Your
druggist will refund your money if af
ter taking one bottle you are not satis
fied with results. 60 oeuta at Holt &