GEORGIA, Coweta County.
T. P. Rawls, administrator of Dr. J.
D. Brown, deceased, having applied to
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. 1000.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
1 GEORGIA, Coweta County.
G. E. Parks, Guardian of Joseph \V.
Parks, having applied to the Court of
Ordinary of said County for Letters of
Dismission from his snid trust, all per-
, ... , . sous concerned are required to show
when called on to do plumbing, cause in said Court by the first Monday
ill July next, if any they can, why said
application should not. be granted. This
June 4th, 1006.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
We Don’t Lose Any Time
Jf yon discover a leak
Prompt Plumbing Action
is what you want. Always get us
for plumbing if yon want it well
done. We don’t charge high and
are always ready to come.
W. Ij. sexton,
The Newnan Plumber.
GEORGIA, Coweta County.
A. P. Barfield, Executor of Susan 8.
Gibson, deceased, having applied to the
Court, of Ordinary of said County for
Letters of Dismission from his said trust,
: all persons concerned are required to
show enuse in said Court by the first
Monday in July next, if any they can,
why said application should not bo
granted. This June 4th, 11)06.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Coweta County.
' The estates of Oscar James Sims, Ida
IV'\v Annul Building. Phone lull Oretha Minis and Robert Johnson Sims,
minors, said county,being unrepresented
and not likelv to be represented, all tier.
| Sa g SE a5EEEE'B5a!!!e!3iS5BE3E35aSB3a53| M)lm concerned are required to show
cause in the Court of Ordinary of said
county, on the first Monday in July,
1006 next, why the guardianship of the
property of said minors should not he
vested in the County Guardiiui. This
June 4th, lfiOO.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
T. M. MARTIN
; Tin Work, Roofing fi
Plumbing and |
Expert work and low-
prices win. Shop op
posite Pinson Hotel.
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A good prescription
The 6-cent jmcUet is enough for usual occasions
Thejfamily bottle <tS0 cents) contains a supply
for a year. All druggists sell them.
GEORGIA, Coweta County.
By virtue of an order from Court of
Ordinary will he sold before court house
door in the City of Newnan, snid state
and county, on t.lio first Tuesday in
July, 11106, between the legal hours of
sale, to the highest and best bidder, for
ensli, or for one-lmlf cash and one hull
payable Nov. I, 11)06, at the option of
purchaser,with interest at K percent.,
the following described property, towit:
Seven shares of stool, of die Georgia
i Railroad and Banking Company ; nine
slut res of stock of the Atlanta & West
Point Railroad Company; nine Deben
ture Bonds of the Atlanta & West Point
Sold as the property of George R.
Sims, deceased. This June 6, 11)06.
.1. B. Minis,
J. It. Sims,
| Admrs. Estate of George It. Sims, de-
Mastcrplerpa of Art That Are I.oat
to the AVorhl.
The “Venus de Milo," which lias been
In the Louvre for many years is, as nil
the world knows, an Imperfect piece of
sculpture, though it Is the greatest
treasure of its kind the world Inis over
seen. A great reward would he given
the mini who could find the missing
parts. About 1878 the most important
of them—the right arm—came to light
lu London and was proved by experts
to l>e genuine. The owner, however,
refused to part with It and concealed
It for fear It would he stolen. Unfor
tunately lie died without revealing its
hiding place, so It Is ns much lost ns
A bronze drinking cup which was
stolen from an Egyptian temple in
17,’tb and brought to Europe lias mirac
ulously disappeared. Oil It Is engraved
the whole history of the Pharaohs, and
It could easily be sold for $100,000. In
fact, tbo French government offered a
reward of $14,000 for Its discovery, but
the famous cup has vanished, probably
Another treasure which hits vanished
In as strange a way is the Marcella
vase of the Dresden collection. This
Is the only piece missing from the fa
mous Dresden Marcella collection, the
value of which Is said to he $75,000.
It bears the cross arrows and tin* lion's
head. Not long ago the vase was said
to he In England, but, lie that ns It
limy, the person who rediscovers this
treasure may command any price In
reason for It.
Dow it Is possible that a treasure so
large ns a painting could be lost sight
of entirely Is not easily explained, but
Ibis has often happened. One of Reyn
olds' paintings, "Countess of Derby,”
which Is considered Ills best portrait,
has disappeared. Not long after it
was painted It disappeared from the
collection of the Earl of Derby and
has never been heard of since, though
It would bring $150,000 to the finder.
There are also two Vandykes and a
Rembrandt missing, for which collect
ors are willing to pay $1100,000. The
| Karl of Crewe would give a large sum
for the return of a Cupid which some
vandal cut from the portrait of the for
mer Countess of Crewe and her sou,
who was painted as the sprite. — St.
LIFE ON EASY STREET.
Notice of Opening of New
DR. T. B. DAVIS,
Residence Telephone No. 5-3 Calls,
DR. W. A. TURNER,
Residence Telephone No. 64.
Georgia, Coweta County.
The Newnan Cotton mills, C. C.
Parrott and others have made ap
plication l’or a first class public
road, commencing at a point on
the lower McIntosh public road
near the point of intersection of
the lower and upper McIntosh
public roads, in the 646th district,
G. M., of said county, and run
—— j ning thence in a southerly direc-
Offioes in Sanatorium Building, corner tion through lands of S, L, J Till
Drs. Davis & Turner
Physicians and Surgeons
College and Hancock streets,
phone No. 5-2 calls.
Tele-j and Newnan Cotton Mills; which
said road has been marked out by
j the commissioners and a report
thereof made on oath by them
Z. Greene, D. D. 8., AH p® 1 * 0 ™* *r« notifie ? s f a i d
7 I new road will on and alter the
Office on Second Floor of
Black Bros. Co.’s Building
L. M. Farmer,
first Wednesday in July, next, by
the Commissioners of Roads and
Revenue of said county, be finally
granted if no new cause be shown
to the contrary. 'I’llis June fith,
By order of the Board.
W. L. Stallings, Clerk.
THE STAGE KISS.
It TchIh tile tieuliiH of (lie Actor nmt
The stage kiss Is important. There
Is nothing which so tests (he genius of
an actor and an actress as the ability
under just such circumstances to pro
duct! the Illusion of love. On the stage
It Is necessary for them to forget their
own personalities, to smother their
own feelings, one for the other, and In
the place of the warped though genu
ine kiss we see at the railroad station
and the steamship wharf present to
our eyes by the magic of their acting a
highly artificial product.
And this highly artificial product, be
cause It Is art and because It Is pro
duced by art. Impresses us as real and
genuine where the actually real and
genuine would have filled us only with
derision and contempt, just as real
tears on the stage would fall to move
us. Indeed, the best stage kisses, the
kisses that are most convincing in the
way of realism, are usually given and
received by actors and actresses whose
feeling for each other In private life Is,
I to say the least, Indifferent. Frequent
ly, If audiences only knew, they watch
lovemaklug on the stage between men
and women who are literally ut dag
gers’ points with each other.
I would not go so fur as to say that
such a state of feeling always contrib
utes to good stage lovemukiug and to
realistic stage kissing, hut 1 do know
that It Is an axlomutlc truth, recog
nized by theatrical munngers every
where, not to enguge pluyfolk lovers
to enact slmilur roles 111 a drama if it
is at nil possible to get any one else.—
Blanche Ring in “The Psychology of
the Stage Kiss.”
It In na lileul Place and Worth Slrlv-
There are more strong limbed, elear
headed, brave hearted people living on
Easy street than anywhere else in this
broad land, and their prime condition
Is the natural consequence of living
there, for, although you may not have
thought of it, there Is a close relation
ship existing between good health and
the consciousness of getting on well In
life. You can him* this for yourself If
you will note how a strong man droops,
like a frost nipped (lower, who by some
mistake loses Ids position, Ills posses
sions or the esteem of his fellows, one
or all. Shylock made a hard bargain
with a borrower, and In his effort to
foreclose the bond lost Ids cash and
won the contempt and scorn of all men.
Mental disturbance followed, Including
physical 111 being, and, staggering away
from the judge's bench anil clutching
at the air, he erlisl, “1 am not well!”
But you need not go hack so far to get
And on the other hand you can see
by observing for yourself how the gain,
or even the anticipated gain, of a home
on Easy striM*t will make a sick man
well, quicken dying hopes Into life and
change the water of sorrow Into the
wine of joy. Recent literature has re
minded us how a happy turn In the
tide of the affairs of .Install Wedgwood,
afterward to become the world's great
pioneer pottery artist and Inventor,
raised him from an Invalid's couch and
started him upon the road to atlluence
and distinction among England’s In
dustrial princes. Similarly Mary Woll-
Htonoerafl, afterward the mother of the
poet Shelley's wife, 111 from neglect and
discouraged by hardships, was, by Ihe
success of her modest ventures in lit
erature, heartened to undertake her
great life work, which soon yielded her
a handsome royally.
Read the story of Angelina, who
lives on Fast sheet and has no desire
to move ami lose her clour headedness
and her health. She was engaged to
ho married to Allan. He was a clerk
receiving $1” per week, and she earned
$85 a month leaching school. After a
few years Angelina explained her con
tinued splnslerlmod by saying (lint she.
had given Allan Hum lo develop into
a larger money getter, and he had not
done It, so sho decided against Ihe ad
visability of exchanging an $85 a
nioiilh position for a $50 a mouili hus
band. II is 11ui11* true Hint when pov
erty eoiues In at the door love files out
of the window, but II Is not because
the Angelinas are without sentiment.
II is because love cannot feed on lll-
eonipeteiicy anil thrives best mi Easy
So the Iniporlnnee of everything that
will aid any one to get on in the world
Is established on a sure I'otiuduHou
the testimony of facts. We do not ex
alt mere money gelling above those
qualities of head and heart which
make life worth living, Iml rather em
phasize the honorable getting of It as
a oonsorver of them. And hence the
wisdom of living on Easy street.—Dent
The Orchid Knnilly.
There seems to ho a general miseon-
eeptlon as to just what an orchid Is.
Many call any plant which grows oil ii
tree or has some peculiar feature an
orchid. This mistake Is frequently
made with (lie pitcher plants and the
"tall flowers," The milling In one or
gan, called the column, of the stamens
and pistils serves to disliugiilHh the
orchid family from all related ones.
T'lie orchid family 'embraces (>,000 or
7,000 species, of which comparatively
few are found In the warm temperate
and almost none lu the cold temperate
zones. They are mostly distributed In
the tropical regions, In hot, humid
places. Orchids, however, do not Inva
riably prefer humid conditions. Nearly
all tropical orchids grow on trees, hut
In temperate regions they grow in
LIVE IN COMFORT
No matter what your position or income may be.
Mow much lighter work seems to tin* man who, throughout the
day. has thoughts of a happy and comfortable home to which he 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 RFKSK
excludes no one. We oiler you the fullest use of our most helpful
credit plan. We oiler you all the credit you want- and wo offer you
more: We offer—we guarantee—you generous treatment, conscien
tious service and the greatest help under an\ and till 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 Hie 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 al
of marble and granite.
GEORGIA MARBLE r A SPECIALTY
AH work guaranteed to be first class
in every particular. Parties needing
anyLl : n , in otir line are n quested to
call, examine work and get prices.
OFFICE AND'.WORKS NEAR THE RAILROAD JUNCTION
MERCK & DENT
IMPROVED-HIGH GRADE BUGGIES
A Tip Top Job
in llu* repairin.
and other vehicles is I
we attempt or I urn old
success in repair
your business when
thing in our. lint
l carriages, wagons
* is the only kind
y ou have any -
you in price as v
use only the best
thus getting the best results
*11 as work. Wo
nloi’s and \arnish,
gy painting. < lot one.
Office on Second Floor of the Arnall
Merchandise Co.’s Building
Dr. C. A. Smith,
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 50c per bottle, at the J. T,
Treats all diseases of domestic animals R e ese Drug Store, Newnan, Ga.
Calls answered day or night. Office
at Gearreld’s Livery Stable.
Wanted A hustlin s
Wf CllllvU repre senta-
tive to sell city lots, on the
best propsition ever offer
ed. Best contract given,
and all inquiries cheerfully
Southern Real Estate & Loan Co.
Hot Weather Trips via Central
of Georgia Railway.
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
The following cure for Indigestion is
recommended by the eminent Dr. Bond
In tli. London Lancet, a medical Jour
nal of world wide repute.
“The indigestion must be a very
hopeless one,” says Dr. Bond, “which
will not yield to a diet of a small cup
of warm milk to which a teaspoonful
of rum has been added, followed by a
plain biscuit or two and some very
mild cheese, paradoxical as this com
bination may seem.”
According to Dr. Bond, there is a
subtle harmony between these Ingre
dients that does the business.
Lout Hoy Like Lout Umbrella.
The tourist stopped at the little cabin
where an old colored mammy was
bending over a big tub.
"Good morning, mummy," greeted the
“Mawnln’, sub,” responded mammy.
“Where’s your son SumV”
“Gone, sah; I dunuo wlieb.”
"Well, he always was a bad boy,
“’Deed lie was, sah. lie was dess
lak (let ole blue emhrelln All Ids’ In
de thunderstohm. He was halid to
raise, powaliful liabd to raise, an' afteh
Ah did raise him he Jes’ Jumped away
furn me, an’ Ah ain’t seen him since.”
In 1750 there was a great earthquake
In England, anil Horace Walpole re
cords that “several women have made
‘earthquake gowns’—that Is, warm
gowns to sit out of doors all night.”
Walpole also tells that "Turner, a
great china man at the corner of the
; npxt street had n jar cracked by th*
shock. lie originally asked 10 guineas
for the Jar. He now asks 20. because
it is the only jar In Europe that had
been cracked by an earthquake."
"Yes,” sold the old mathematician,
with a gleam in his eyes, "I’ve always
looked at It that way. Marriage Is ad
dition, when the little ones come it's
multiplication, when dissension looms
up to cloud the horizon of their happi
ness it’s division and when the final
parting comes it’s subtraction.”
“And how about divorce?” asked the
“Oh, I guess that would come under
the denomination of fractions.”—New
We have everything desirable and de
licious for the picnic lunch. No matter
what kind of picnic or outing you r are
planning, count on us to furnish every
thing necessary for a picnic dinner or
lunch. We can supply all 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.P “Hurry”
orders do not worry us. Prompt service
is our strong point.
C. P. STEPHENS & CO.,
Proprietors of the New BaKery.
Telephone No. 31.
I am an old ex-Confederate soldier, in
JSy ?44h year;am crippled, have lost one
eye and ants nearly blind in the other;
ain worn odt, ana have an almost help-1 If your stomach troubles you do not
less wife, and no children to ask for conclude that there is no care, for a
help. 1 am a candidate for Treasurer of great many have been permanently cur-
Coweta county as an Independent. Am 1 ed by Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver
not able to canvass the county, and de- j Tablets. Try them, they are certain to
sire the people to meet me at the court prove beneficial. They ouly cost a quar-
house in Newnan the third Saturday in j ter. Sold by Dr. Paul Peniston, New-
Angnst, at two o’clock, p. m., so I can nan, Ga.
tell them of my needs. J. P. Shaw. | —■
Cotton Mills, Newnan, Ga.
“I have never given you credit for
knowing very much, madam,” said a
blunt old bachelor, “but”—
“Sir!” she interrupted. “Do you wish
“But,” he continued, “I have always
admired your grace and beauty.”
"I accept your apology,” said the
Knew She Wna Pretty.
Lillie (to visitor) — Don’t you think
that I look Just like my mamma?
Mother—Hush, child! Don’t be vain!
A Hare Article Indeed.
A little girl not long ago displayed a
bit of feather—black, as It happened—
to a caller at the house. This man
looked Impressed and inquired gruvely,
“What Is that Nelly, an angel’s wing?”
The child slowly shook her head. “Oh,
no," she answered at once. “Angels’
firathers ure white, and I think they
are very scarce."
Johnny — What’s silence, Freddy?
Freddy—It’s what you don't hear when
you listen—Kansas City Independent.
How to Break Up a Cold.
It may he u surprise to many to learn
thut. a severe cold can he completely
broken up in one or two day’s time.
The first symptoms of a oold are a dry,
loud congli, 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 ll^e 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 Best Remedy for Bowel
Mr. M. F. Burroughs, an old uml well-
known resident of Bluffton, Ind., says:
“I regard Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy as 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 be 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,
Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure.
■ The only guaranteed kidney remedy B pen
J. T. Holmes, Real Estate and Rent- Buy it—try it—it costs yen nothing if j handle,
iug Agent. Office over 1st Nat. Bank, it fails. Price 60 cents at Holt & Cates. /
4. little oil rnbbed on the stub end of
a pen will prevent Its rusting in the
The man who Is trying to keep his
head above water realizes that a flout
ing debt is a poor life preserver.
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is Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure. Your
druggist will refund your money if uf-
ter taking one bottle you ore not satis
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Do You Sufferfrom Kidney Trouble?
We gnurancee one bottle of Smith’s
Sure Kidney Cure to benefit or cure, or
yonr druggist will refund your money.
Price 50 cents at Holt & Cates’.