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We Don’t Lose Any Time
when called on to do plumbing.
If you discover a leak
Prompt Plumbing Action
is what you want. Always get us
for plumbing if you want it well
done. We don’t charge high and
are always ready to come.
W. L. SEXTON,
The Newnan Plumber.
New Arimll building. Phone 1511
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T. M. MARTIN
I Tin Work, Roofing
Expert work nnd low
prices win. Shop op-
l)osite Pinson Hotel.
A good prescription
Theft-cent packet is enough fur usual occasions
Theffamlly bottle (00 cents) contains a supply
for a year.All druggists sell them.
DR. T. B. DAVIS,
Residence Telephone No. 5-3 Calls.
DR. W. A. TURNER,
Residence Telephone No. 64.
Drs. Davis & Turner
Physicians and Surgeons
Offices in Sanatorium Building, corner
College nnd Hancock streets. Tele
phone No. 5-2 calls.
Z. Greene, I). D. 8.,
Office on Second Floor of
Black Bros. Co.’s Building
L. M, Farmer,
>ffice on Second Floor of the Arnall
Merchandise Oo.’s Building
Dr. C. A. Smith,
rents all diseases of domestic animals
Calls answered day or night. Office
at Gearreld’s Livery Stable.
Wanted-' hus,Hn ”
tive to sell city lots, on the
best propsition ever offer
ed. Best contract given,
and all inquiries cheerfully
Southern Real Estate & Loan Co.
Not the wealth of J. Pierpont
Morgan or of John D. Rocke
feller, but several large fortunes
have been spent in bringing to
a point of perfection and de
veloping the product known as
The present company, after a
long and tedious litigation, has
acquired all right and title to
the trademark, “Bromonia,” as
sets and good will, etc.
In a comparatively short time
“Bromonia” will be known
everywhere—even to the re
motest parts of the civilized
The proof of the pudding is in
the eating. The mere state
ment that “Bromonia” is of
such tremendous efficacy and so
beneficial that it should be in
the home of every citizen in the
civilized world is not enough
nowadays to convince the skep
tical public, deluded as it has
been in the past by the myriads
of fakers and heartless charla
tans, who have taken the pub
lic’s money in exchange for dan
gerous, insidious and habit
forming drugs. The invalid in
these enlightened days wants
some evidence of sincerity on
the part of the owner of a pro
prietary remedy before invest
We propose to see that every
civilized human adult who de
sires to try our remedy at our
expense can do so without one
cent of cost We are capital
ized at Four Millions of dollars,
this amount being thought nec
essary in order to carry out our
Read the following carefully:
If you have consumption or
some of the contagious forms
of blood poisoning we cannot
cure you. We don’t pretend to
cure you. You need the indi
vidual treatment of some
skilled specialist; but if you are
run down in general health, if
you have dyspepsia, are subject
to fainting spells, a victim to in
somnia, biliousness, kidney or
liver trouble, catch cold easily,
if your system is in that concli
tion that you may become an
easy prey to the disease germs
of pneumonia, la grippe and the
various epidemics, if you are
bothered with constant head
ache, loss of memory, generally
impaired vitality, we can help
you, and, if you follow our di
rections, render you immune
against sickness. Most skin
disease can be cured by the use
“Bromonia” is to the human
system what the scrubbing
brush and soap are to the dirty
washbowl. It aids Nature to
resume normal action. It in
creases the strength, the fight
ing ability of the phagocytes of
the blood; it promotes the
healthy flow of the salivary and
gastric secretions. If your stom
ach is in good condition, you
are well. The Chinese are a
wise people. They accost each
other with, “How is your stom
We don’t ask you to invest a
cent until you have tried “Bro
monia” at our expense. A sin
gle bottle oftentimes works
wonders. Cut out the Coupon
at the bottom of this column.
Write name and address plain
ly. Be careful to address BRO
MONIA CO., NEW YORK.
I hereby declare that I have
never before had a free bottle
of “Bromonia.” Kindly send
me one without any cost to me
My nearest ]
Dealer is in f
25 and 50c.
Special sile now being held by
Dr. Paul Peniston,
GEORGIA, Coweta County.
THE LUNACY OF LOVE.
Bilnrr I.yttnn’i Minn to HI* Ovrm
To Miss Louise Devey, (be former
T. F. Rawls, administrator of Dr. J. friend and the executrix of Lady Lyt-
D. Brown, deceased, having applied to , ton, had been confided a packet of 2t)8
the Court of Ordinary of said county for
leave to sell the lands of said deceased,
all persons concerned are required to
show cause in said Court by the first
Monday in July next, if any they can,
why said application should not be
granted. This June 4th, 11)0(5.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
letters, represent lug the correspond
ence of Bulwer Lytton with Miss
YVheelcr In the days of tlielr early
courtship. Miss Devey published these
with a preface, stating that she took
this action hi order to vindicate the
memory of her dead friend. In what
manner the letters could he regarded
ns a vindication It is difficult to see,
GEORGIA, Coweta County.
G. E. Pnrks, Gnnrdlnn of Joseph W. though they serve as a remarkable con-
Parks, having applied to the Court of tributlon to the literature of epistolary
Ordinary of said County for Letters of lovemaking. The extravagant nlmurdl-
Disinission from his said trust, nil per- ty of some of them Is almost beyond
sons concerned me required to show i belief, and two passages may l*e quot
cause in said Court bv the first Monday ed n8 m U8trntlvc of lunny others. It
in July next, if any they ran, why said , T t4 ,,
application should not be granted. This ’' f lo ‘ U . . Bulwe * 14 °” '
.Tnnn .ifli lnfwi | Mibb \Yheeler uk “Foodie nnd signs
June 4th, 1006.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary. himself "Flippy’' or "Puppo.
GEORGIA, Coweta County.
A. P. Barfield, Executor of Susan 8.
Gibson, deceased, having applied to the
Court of Ordinary of said Comity for
Letters of Dismission from his said trust,
nil persons concerned are required to
show cause in sniil Court by the first
Monday in July next, if any they can,
why said application should hot bo
granted. This June I Mi, lfiOfi.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Coweta County.
The estates of Oscar James Sims, Ida
Oretlia Sims and Robert Johnson Sims,
“My Adored Poodle: Many, many
thanks for oo darling letter. Me is so
happy, me is wagging my tall and put
ting my ears down. Me Is to meet oo
tomorrow. O day of days! 1 'cannot
tell you how very, very happy you
have made me! No, my own love, don't
come before 12; hut really 1 shall meet
you! Oh, darling of darlings * • * O
zoo love of loves, mo Is ready to leap
out of my skin for joy! Adieu. Twen
ty million kisses.
"And so they dressed my poodle In
white and black V O 7.00 darling! I low
like a poodle! And lnul no oil's hnntlful
minors, said county,being unrepresented i ears curled nicely, and did oo not look
nnd not likely to be represented, all per- , too pretty, and did not all the puppy
sons concerned are required to show dogs run after oo and tell oo what ii
cause in the Court of Ordinary of said
county, on the first Monday in July,
100(1 next, why the guardianship of the
property of said minors should not he
vested ill the County Guardian. This
Juno 4th, woB.
L. A. PURDUE, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Coweta County.
By virtue of ail order from Court of | Is nnsworod lake
Ordinary will ho sold before court house
door in the City of Newnan, said stnto
and county, on the first Tuesday in
July, 1110(1, between tile legal hours of
sale, to the highest and best bidder, tor
cash, or for one-half cash and one half
payable Nov. I, 100(1, at the option of
purchaser,with interest m h percent.,
the following described property, towit:
Seven shares of stock of the Georgia
Railroad and Banking Company; nine
si in res of stock of the Atlanta & West
Point Railroad Company; nine Deben
ture Bonds of the Atlanta it West Point
Sold ns the property of George R.
Sims, deceased. This June (1, 100(1.
J. B. Sims,
J. R. Sims,
Admrs. Estate of George Ii. Sims, de
darling oo was? Ah! Me sends oo
; 0,000,000 kisses to ho distributed as
follows: 500,000 for oo handful month,
250,000 to on right eye, 260,000 to oo
left eye. 1,000,(Kin to oo dour neck and
the rest to he equally divided between
no arms end hands.
| “Ten million more kisses, my own
darling, for your letter which Is Just
I arrived. It Is read, and now before It
he following (marks
of kisses). Pray, darling, shall wo
not kiss prettily tomorrow, darling
(d) (a) (!') (I) (1) (ii) (giV
“Adieu, my own Rose, my life of life,
very poodle of very poodles, adieu!
“Adieu, no own Idolatrous puppy.
“Ever my dearest, dourest, dearest,
fondest, kindest, bootlfulcst, darllng-
cst, aiigolest poodle. Oo owu puppy."—
Lyndon Ore In Bookman.
Notice of Opening of New
Experience Is a great teacher. So Is
n real estate boom.
This more a man knows the leRH ho
admits to knowing.
All of us can't he In the same boat.
If wo were, we’d sink It.
Lot the other fellow have Ills way
ns long as lie only wants to talk.
Elections anil marriages are Just
alike. There is nothing the candidate
will not promise beforehand.
If you lire going to give both bar
rels, do It like a man—give them to tho
victim's face nnd not behind his hack.
Georgia, Coweta County.
The Newnan Cotton mills, C. c.
Parrott and others have made ap
plication for a first class public j Nothing makes u man quite so 111
road, commencing at a point on natureU us to be expected to he grate-
tile lower McIntosh public road ful for something that does not please
near the point of intersection of lllni -
the lower and upper McIntosh There is a grei
public roads, in the fi-lfith district,
G. M., of said county, and run
ning thence in a southerly direc
tion through lands of 8. L. Hill
and Newnan Cotton Mills; which
By order of the Board.
\V. L. Stallings, Clerk.
Magnetic Hair Tonic
The most effective hair restorer
on the market. Prevents baldness
by imparting vigor to the scalp—
cleanses it and eradicates dandruff.
Restores life and beauty to the
hair. Every bottle guaranteed.
Price 60c per bottle, at the J. T.
Reese Drug Store, Newnan, Ga.
LIVE IN COMFORT
No matter what your position or income may be.
I low much lighter work seems to the man who, throughout tho
day, has thoughts of a happy and comfortable home to wjiieh hi’ may
go when his day’s work is done. A neatly furnished home is an
inspiration which every man of toil should enjoy. And every man
may possess and enjoy artistic and comfortable furnishings, for RE IIS E
excludes no one. We offer you the fullest use of our most, helpful
credit plan. We offer you all the credit you want—and we offer you
more : We oiler—we guarantee—you generous treatment, conscien
tious service and the greatest help under any and all circumstances.
We’ll make arrangements that will suit your convenience—not only
at the time you make your purchases, but throughout the entire
life of the credit account and until the last payment is made. It's
this generous treatment and this granting of favors that, makes
Reese’s credit plan most suitable for people in moderate circumstan
ces—makes it the ideal credit plan for you.
E. O. REESE,
NEWNAN MARBLE WORKS
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds
of marble and granite.
GEORGIA MARBLE!! A SPECIALTY
All work guaranteed to lie first class
in every particular. Parties needing
anytl in ; in our line are requested to
call, examine work and gel prices.
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR THE RAILROAD JUNCTION
MERCK & DENT
IMPROVED HIGH GRADE BUGGIES
A Tip Top Job
in th<» repairing of carriages, wagons
and oilier vehicles is the only kind
we attempt or turn out. lienee our
success in repair work. Wo, want
your business when] you have any
thing in our line and we’ll satisfy
you in price as well as work. Wo
list 1 only the best colors and varnish,
thus getting the best results in bug
gy painting. L Get one.
lit deal said about love
at first sight; not much said about tho
hatred ut first o(Tense, which Is more
MERCK & DENT
Chicken* In Hie Itnln.
On n rainy morning a good deal of
said road has been marked out by ' wisdom may ho learned from the
the commissioners and a report chickens. If It Is to ho a soggy, rainy,
thereof made oil oath by them, drizzly day nl! day, the chickens will
All persons are notified that said * el 0,lt an<1 Ht " nd ,lbout 1,1 the raln
new road will on and after the " l lltl , an , u , ttc \ rly Indifferent manner.
4 WT. i i *ii ^ . 1 hey look JuHt a« mininu IxJngH feel,
hist Wednesday in July, next, by j an / they k J eep lt „„ 1(11 tlHy . But if
the < Oinnussioners ol Koads and the rain 1h to continue but a few hours
Revenue of said county, lie finally the chickens will stay under shelter,
granted ii no new cause be shown They cannot be kept out. They hurry
to the contrary. This June (ith, i under cover when disturbed and stay
190(5. there till the fair weather comes, which
!t does presently. And then they go
out nnd enjoy the sunshine. The eldck-
Hot Weather Trips via Central
of Georgia Railway.
Quaint Custom* In Al>y*«lnlu.
Quaint customs prevail In parts of
Abyssinia. When a father Is getting
on In years the son bids him climb Into
a tree and Jump down from tho
branches. If the old man staggers on
landing the son spears him on the spot
—his usefulness Is over. One tribe had
a custom of sewing chance visitors up
In green hides and leaving them to be
killed by the contraction of the skins.
With another the only orthodox way of
dealing with strangers was to tie them
In a bundle and roll them over a prec
I am an old ex-Confederate soldier, in
my 74th yearjam crippled, have lost one
eye and am nearly blind in the other;
am worn out, ana have an almost help
less wife, and no children to ask for
help. I am a candidate for Treasurer of
Coweta comity as an Independent. Am
not able to canvass the county, and de
sire the people to meet me at the court
house in Newnan the third Saturday in
August, at two o’clock, p. m., so I cau
tell them of my needs. J. P. Shaw.
Cotton Mills, Newnan, Ga.
J. T. Holmes, Real Estate and Rent
ing Agent. Office over 1st Nat. Bank.
There are many people who have used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy with splendip results,but
who are unknown because they have
hesitated about giving a testimonial of
their experience for publication. These
people, however, are none the less
friends of this remedy. They have done
much toward making it a household
word by their personal recommenda
tions to friends and neighbors. It is a
good medicine to have in the home and
is widely known for its cares of diar
rhoea and all forms of bowel trouble.
For sale by Dr. Paul Peniston, Newnan,
Summer excursion tickets to the
Seashore, Mountain and Lake Re
sorts in the North, South, East
A trip by rail and sail to New
York, Boston, Baltimore, Phila
delphia and points in the East via
Savannah and steamship lines, is
to be considered at this season.
Tickets are on sale at all coupon
ticket offices. For rates, schedules,
etc., apply to any Agent or rep
resentative of the Central of Geor
.luat Quit Worrying.
Nobody knows what produces earth
quakes, although lt Is often claimed
that they do. The earth quakes some
where every day. Nobody knows when
the earth came or when It will go,
where It came from, how lt curne or
)iow lt happened to be here. The fact
Is, when you get down to the truth, no
body knows anything about anything—
past, present or to come—and about the
only way to get along In this know-
nothing world Is not to try to know
very much.—Eldorado Republican.
We have everything desirable and de
licious for the picnic lunch. No matter
what kind of picnic or outing you •'are
planning, count on us to furnish every
thing necessary for a picnic dinner or
lunch. We can supply ail kinds of
CANNED DELICACIES, Etc.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies from our
bakery can always be supplied for the
picnic lunch basket.
Let us have your orders. “Hurry”
orders do not worry us. Prompt service
is our strong point.
C. P. STEPHENS S CO.
Proprietors of the New Bakery.
Telephone No. 31.
If your stomach troubles you do not
conclude that there is no cure, for a
great many have been permanently cur
ed by Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Try them, they are certain to
! prove beneficial. They only cost a quar-
I ter. Sold by Dr. Paul Peuiston, New
"Just set It for 5 o’clock,” said the
young lawyer, who wus purchasing an
alarm clodk. “I’ll never want to change
“Do you always get up at that hour
in the morning?” asked the clerk.
“Oh, no. That’s the hour In the after
noon when I always close rny office
and go home.”—Philadelphia Press.
Howto Break Upa Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to learn
that a severe cold can he completely
broken up in one or two day’s time.
The first symptoms of a cold are a dry,
loud cough, a profuse watery discharge
from the nose, and a thin,white coating
on the tongue. When Chamberlain’s
cough remedy is taken every hour on
the first appearance of these symptoms,
it counteracts the effect of the cold and
restores the system to a healty condition
within a day or two. For sale by Dr.
Paul Peniston, Newnan, Ga.
TheUVery Boat Remedy for Bowel
Money to loan on real estate at 7 per
cent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure.
The only guaranteed kidney remedy
Buy it—try it—it costs yen nothing if
It fails. Price 50 cents at Holt & Cates.
Wife—You were talking in your sleep
again last night, dear. Why do you
persist in doing it? Husband—Good
gracious, Maria, a man ought to be
allowed to talk sometimes, oughtn’t
The Only Cuarar.teed 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 ceuts at Holt &
Mr. M. F. Burroughs, an old and well-
known resident of Blutfton, Ind., says:
“I regard Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy mh the very best
remedy for bowel trouble. I make this
statement after having used the remedy
in my family for several years. I am
never without it.” This remedy is al
most sure to he needed before the sum
mer is over. Why not buy it now and
be prepared for such an emergency?
For sale by Dr. Paul Peniston, Newnan,
Do You Sufferfrom Kidney Trouble?
We guarantee one bottle of Smith’s
Sure Kidney Cure to benefit or cure, or
your drnggist will refund your money.
Price 50 ceuts at Holt & Cates’.