After four week's notice, pursuant to
Section 2,540 of the Civil Code, a peti
tion of which a true and correct copy is
subjoined, will be presented to the Hon.
R. W. Freeman, Judge of the Superior
Court, at the court house in said county
on the loth day of September, 11100.
C. B. Gloveu.
Onasturtiums, sweet nasturtiums,
With your golden, glowing gleam,
How you till the room with brightness
Like the magic of a dream.
Pray thee, did some kindly fairy
O’er thee svave her magic wntul?
In thee weave the sunbeam’s likeness
With her slender, tender hand.
ZULU WAR TACTICS.
We Don’t Lose Any Time
when called on to do
If you discover n leak
Prorftpt Plumbing Action
is what you want. Always get us
To the Hon. R. W. Freeman,Judge of
the Superior Court of Said County:
The petition of C. B. Glover shows:
First, That he is guardian of Milton
Glover, heretofore duly appointed ns
such gnnrdinu in said county.
Second, That he desires to sell for re
investment at privnte sale an undivided
one-fifth interest in and to the following
lands, to-wit: Fractional lots numbers
lor plumbing if you want it well one hundred and thirteen (118) and one
done. We don’t charge high
are always ready to come.
W. L. SEXTON,
The Newnan Plumber.
New Arnnll Building.
hundred and sixteen (lit!), containing
together ninety-one and one-half (91,'j)
acres; fractional lots numbers one hun
dred and fourteen (114) and one hundred
and fifteen (115) containing together one
hundred and thirteen and three-quarter
(118 3 .,) acres; fractional lot number one
bundled and fifty-six (160), containing
Phone 15|) - s ‘ xt y-ttve (05) nores; fractional lot num-
' her one hundred and thirty-seven (187).
, containing fifty (50) acres; east half of
i ot number one hundred and thirty-
[|! three (188), containing one hundred and
[I one-quarter (101) acres more or less;
!|i east half of lot number one hundred and
j|] thirty-four (184). containing one bun-
=f] dred and one-quarter (104
|j or less; forty (-10) aorea off the oast end
I of lot number one hundred and thirty-
1 live (185); all the above lots and parts
T. M. MARTIN
Did she o'er thee gently stooping
Kiss thy lips to rosy red?
Did she cause that gentle drooping
Of thy dainty, gold-crowned head?
Did she with her gentle lingers
Blend in thee the sunset bright,
Rosy glow of morning's dawning,
And the moouheam’s gentle light?
O nasturtiums, gay nasturtiums,
Flowers so richly, brightly hued
Witli the glow of dawn and morning;
With the light of heaven imbued.
Married people would be hap
pier, says the Boston Gazette;
If home trials were never told to
If they kissed and made up af
ter every quarrel.
Zulu military tactics are associated
with the name of Tyaku, the ruthless
Zulu conqueror, who welded Into the
stock of the Amuxulu. the people of the
heavens, all the v. men of the va
rious tribes lie conquered, incorporat
ing them into regiments and thus
building up « powerful military na
tion. Yet it was to Diugislwayo, the
wanderer, that the Inception was due.
This man, the son of the chief of the
Uni tot wn, was driven Into exile In con
sequence of an abortive plot to seize
the reins of power.
During that exile he lived in Cape
Colony and saw the military methods !
of the British. With Instinctive genius
he saw how the idea could he adapted
to Ills own nation, and on Ills return
and accession to tile chieftainship he
divided Ids people Into regiments, dis
tinguishing them by names ^ i by a
special color of shield for w i regi
ment. though for a time they retained
the umkomto, or throwing assagai, as
their chief weapon. He heard the
great use made by the British Infantry
of their favorite weapon, the bayonet,
and so he replaced the umkomto by the
lxwn, or broad blnded stabbing assa
The peculiarity of the Zulu tactics
has earned It the name of the crescent
formation for attack, and It Is note
worthy (Init, broadly speaking. It was
WHILE YOU WAIT, MR. FARMER
For tin' nppenniiHT of the lirst. bale
of new cotton, for everybody to get
busy with the crop of IllOfi mill for
full truilo to begin to hum, come
around to the Big Furniture Store
and spend a while. We want to
show vim the largest ami most com
plete stock of furniture and house
furnishings in Newmiii while you
have] leisure to inspect it. The
tilings yon need and want are here.
Come while you have time to exam
ine the stock, make wise selections and satisfy yourself in every par
ticular with quality and prices of your purchases.
E. O. REESE,-
! the method employed liy the Boers ill
If household expenses were l (Uelr invasion of Natal and adopted by
proportioned to receipts. Lord Roberts In Ills advance through
tried to be as agreeable 1 Grange River Colony, and It was the
Tin Work, Roofing
If they . -
i four of Its success which kept the
as in courtship days. Boors continually on the run. Thu best
If each would try and he a sup-! (lilng with which to compare It is tho
) acres,more port and comfort to the other ' head of the slag headed beetle.
If each remembered the other
was a human being, not an angel,
of lots aggregating five hundred and ] If women were as kind to their
sixty-two and three-quarter (5112 3 ,,) j husbands as they were to their
acres, more or less, the same lying and ; lovers.
being in the Fourth Land District of! j f fue , and provisions were laid
said county and lying oil and along the . , . ...... c
m during the high tide of summer
i Chattahoochee river with all tho rights I ° h
Expert work nml low
prices win. Shop op
posite Pinson Hotel.
A good prescription
The S cent packet is enough for usual occasions
Tht|famlly bottle (flu centsi 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
* Newnan, Georgia.
Third: Snid land is a long way from
market and yields but a small income
and it would be to the best interest of
the ward to sell the same.
Fourth: Petitioner desires to invest
the proceeds of suoli solo in .
Fifth : Petitioner shows that notice
of his intention to make this application
has been published once a week for four
weeks, ns required by law.
C. B. Gloveh.
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 14th day of August, 1908,
Mike Poweli,, Notary Publio.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
Offices in Sanatorium Building, corner
College and Hancock streets. Tele
phone No. 6-2 calls.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors
of the estate of W. F. Hole man, late of
said county, deoeased, to render in an
account of their demands to me within
the time prescribed by law, properly
mndo out. All persons indebted to snid
deoeased are hereby requested to make
immediate payment to the undersigned.
This 8th day of August, 100(5.
24 Executrix of W. F. Holomnn.
Famous Columbus Home.
The fine old residence on Rose
Z. Greene, D. D. 8., Hiil which was the home of the
' late Absalom IT. Chappell tor so
many years, and which is now be-
Office on fcecoml I* looi of j n g remodeled aud fitted into a
It both parties remembered that
they married for worse as well as
If men were as thoughtful for
their wives as they were for their
If there were fewer silk and vel
vet costumes for the street, and
more plain, tidy house dresses.
If there were fewer “please, dar
lings” in public, and more polite
manners in private.
If wives and husbands would
take some pleasure as they go
along, and not degenerate into
mere toiling machines. Recrea
tion is necessary to keep the heart
in its place and to get along with
out it is a big mistake.
If men would remember that wo
men can’t always be smiling, who
have to cook the dinner, answer
the bell half a dozen times,and get
rid of a neighbor who has dropped
in, tend to a sick baby, tie up the
cut finger of a two-year-old, bind
up the head of a six-year-old on
skates, and get an eight-year-old
ready for school, to say nothing of
sweeping, cleaning, etc. A woman
with all these to contend with may
arc thrown out widely on either flank,
while the iiiiiln body forms the head
Itself. From tho main body a small
force Is detached to engage the enemy
while the horns creep around llio
This force in the days of Tyaku was
frequently dispatched with the com
mand, “Go, sons of Zulu, go and re
turn no more,” and death at the hands
of their fellows was the fate of those
who returned. While tills force was
holding the enemy the horns carried
out tlielr task If possible, and as soon
ns the two horns had met In the rear
of the enemy the head or chest was
launched upon the position, and the
upshot was that tho whole force of
tho foe tasted (he assagai, for In war
no quarter was given or naked.—South
NEWNAN MARBLE WORKS
J. E. ZACHARY, Proprietor.
Keep away from peoplo you dislike
anil don’t talk about them.
Put a hog In a parlor and lie would
brenk out and wallow In a mudhole.
It becomes necessary occasionally for
every man to take punishment. When
your time comes don’t annoy others
with your screams.
Isn’t It a fact that the most success
ful men you know are polite men?
Then doesn’t it follow that if you hope
to succeed you must ho polite?
When you hear a man abused be
hind Ills buck we do not think, “IIow
unpopular other people are!” but ‘‘IIow
we all catch It when we are not
Don’t worry If you are not good
looking. You look all right to your
friends. Tho best looks on earth could
not make you look good to your ene
mies, and those who are not Interested
In you don’t know how you look.—
Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds
of marble and granite.
GEORGIA MARBLE A SPECIALTY
All work guaranteed to be first class
in every particular. Parties needing
anythin' in our line are requested to
call, examine work and get prices.
IRON FENUE OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE
NEAR THE RAILROAD JUNCTION
OFFICE AND WORKS
MERCK & DENT
IMPROVED HIGH GRADE BUGGIES
A Tip Top Job
in the"repairing of eurringeH, wagons
and oilier vehicles is tho only kind
we attempt or turn out.
success in repair work,
your business when you
thing in our line and we’ll satisfy
you in price as well as work. Wo
use only the best colors and varnish,
thus getting the best results in bug
gy painting. < let one.
MERCK & DENT
SuvimI liy n Coni Ill-nil,
Sir Andrew Clarke while traveling In
Italy ascended u high tower one even-
Black Bl'OS. Co.’s Building thoroughly comfortable and model j claim it a privilege to look and [ n s «nd found at theitop another tour-
dwelling by Mayor L. H. Chap-^ feel a little tired some times, and j llu qy f ortl few minutes when suddenly
pell, as a permanent home for his a word of sympathy would not be thu stranger seized Sir Andrew by tHo
‘I nm go-
The man was
physician had only a
in which to gather his
but that moment saved him.
L. M. Farmer,
family, is a house with a history.
Doubtless few people of the
younger generation know that at
Office on Second Floor of the Arnall t ^at hospitable mansion President
Merchandise Co.’s Building
Dr. C. A. Smith,
Treats all diseases of domestic animals
Calls answered day or night. Office
at Gearreld’s Livery Stable.
HELP IS OFFERED
TO WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE
Millard Fillmore was once enter
tained. The same residence was
the scene ot a brilliant ball, given
in honor of Miss Augusta Evans,
now Mrs. Augusta Evans Wilson,
one of the most popular and wide
ly-read novelists in the world to
Seventy-two years ago the old
residence was built by the late
Randall Jones. It was occupied
by Mr Jones and family for years
CL yvui u t/i ojr iuu nil < i neiALti i^ii /iiiui
too much to expect from the man shoulders and said quietly,
who, during the honeymoon, i,1K to tbro ' vr Y° u ever. Tin
.... a maniac. The physician li
wouldn’t let her carry as much as
We earnestly request all young persons, no matter
how limited their means or education, who wish to
obtain a thorough business training and good posi
tion, to write by first mail for our great half-rate
offer. Success, independence and probable fortune
are guaranteed. Don’t delay. Write today.
The Gt.-AU. Baiinen College, Macon, Ga.
Pain from a Burn Promptly Relieved
by Chamberlain’s Pain Balm.
A little child of Michael Strauss, of
Vernon, Conn., was recently in great
pain from a burn on the hand, aud as
cold applications only increased the in
flammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr.
James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for
something to stop the pain. Mr. Nich-
lfave your mules and horses in
sured in the Mutual Life Ktock In
surance Company of Georgia. Full
face value of all policies will be
paid. For information and terms,
call on or write to J. W. Will
coxon, agent for Goweta and Gar-
roll counties, Newnan, Ga. tf
As a dressing for sores, bruises anil
burns Chamberlain’s Salve is all that
can be desired. It is soothing and heat-
and it was one of the most popu- j hig in its effect. It allays the i»in of a
lar and hospitable homes in the 1 burn alm08t i,18tantl y- Tlli " 8al ™ is al-
r , .. go a certain cure for chapped hands and
city. Mr. Jones, who was quite , di8eafje of the skin . Price 25 cents. For
wealthy, lived in great elegance, ^ sa [ e by Peniston & Lee, Newnan, Ga.
and it. was his delight to entertain ;
his friends. I Dr. J. G. and Mrs. Earnest have
In 1854 Millard Fillmore, who moved into their new home, 165
had just retired from the presi- Juniper street. Mr. and Mrs. Van
‘‘I’ooh!” lie replied unconcernedly.
‘‘Anybody can throw a man off the
tower. If we were oil the ground you
could not throw me up. That would ho
too difficult.” “Yes, I could,” retorted
the maiiluc, “I could easily throw you
up here from the ground. Let us go
down, and I will do It.” The descent
was accordingly made, during which
Kir Andrew managed to secure help
and release himself from his perilous
dency, visited Columbus,and while Astor Batchelor will be at home
in the city was Mr. Jones’ guest, j with them for the winter.—Atlanta
He was making a general tour of Journal.
the South at the time. „ ,
Miss Augusta Evans, who was
When KdlMon Apologised.
When Thomas A. Edison ilrst came
to Washington to display the grupho-
pbone, which had Just recently been in
vented, Itoscoe Conkllng, who was al
ways quite vain, was there too. Mr.
Conkllng wore a little curl on his fore
head, and when Mr. Edison repeated
something about a little girl with a
little curl right In the middle of her
forehead the New York senator thought
that, of course, the remark was made
for him, and Mr. Edison had to apolo
gize.—Dr. Iteyhurn’s Itemlniscences of
Charles Sumner In Washington 1’ost.
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
olssays: 11 ! advised him to use Cham- born in Columbus, at the old Gar-! Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree -
herlaiu’s Pain Balm, and the first ap- rard p) ac e, and who was reared at able and so natural you can hardly real-
plication drew out the inflammation and Rimo Cantain Jerry Slade's ize that it; is P rodacetl b Y a medicine,
gave immediate relief. I have used this _ , _ L ,._, , ; T1
caveirnmeumc * — , , , , .. , . These tablets also cure indigestion. For
liniment myself and recommend it very beautiful home, a pu is 1 sa ,i e p,y Peniston <& Le e , Newnau, O-a..
A Lofty Mind.
A lofty mind ulways thinks nobly. It
easily creates vivid, agreeable and
natural fancies and places them in
their best light, clothes them with all
appropriate adornments, studies others’
tastes and clears away from its own
thoughts all that Is useless and dis
ofterTfor cuts, burns, strains aud lame ‘'Inez” and was writing “Beulah
back and have never known it to disap- at the t,me that Mrs. Randall
nnint ” For sale by Peniston & Lee. Jones gave her celebrated Dali in
poin ' ^_______ honor of the rising young author-
, ess. It was one of the most bril-
Miss Lucile Thompson, o - liant social events of a season
nan, is the attractive gue^t of Mrs. when t h e elegance and luxury of
J. H. Longino.—Last
the old South was at its height.-
Little Misses Mary and Jimmie
Daniel, of Newnan, have returned
home, after a several days visit to
little Misses Mildred and Norene
Daniel.—Franklin News and Ban
Unworthy of Itemrmbrance.
My Dear Friend—I beg you to lend
me 6,000 francs. Then forget rne for
ever. I am not worthy to be remem
bered.—From a Letter Found by Paris
In the Good Old
Or any other timi* of tin* year, is the best time to buy groceries
at the store ol'O. I*. Ktcpiiens and Company.
Because the stock if the largest, complctcst and freshest to
be found in Newnan; and because we serve our patrons in the
most careful and prompt manner possible.
These are safe, sane, sound reasons; and ought to he suf
ficient to induce you to give us yoiir orders. A fair trial of
this store is all we ask. Once a customer, always a customer,
is a statement that can he made with absolute regard for the
truth in speaking of this store.
The trial orders, the beginning of your business,
we solicit, if you are not already numbered among our
After becoming acquainted with this store, the rest
C. P. STEPHENS S CO.
Proprietors of the New Bakery.
Telephone No. 31.
Some Labor Day Musings.
Never hit a man when be Is up.-
las Morning News.
Solid marching or, Labor Day
will not accomplish as much in tne
way of good results as solid voting
on election day.
Union labor that marches for it
self and votes for the other fellow
nas no grounds to complain if it
gets the worst of it.
A vote in the box is worth a
mile in the parade.
A man is known by the candi
dates he Vutes tor.
The best labor parade is straight
home from the cashier’s window —
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Acts
on Nature’s Plan.
The most successful medicines are
those that aid nature. Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Take
it when you have a cold and it will allay
the cough, relieve the lungs, aid expec
toration, open the secretions and aid
nature in restoring the system to healthy
condition. Thousands iiave testified to
its superior excellence. It counteracts
any tendency of a cold to result in
pneumonia, Price, 25 cents. Large size,
50 cents. Forjsale by Peniston & Lee.
Mrs. W. H. Daniel and daugh
ter, Miss Cammie, of Newnan, are
the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. R.
Daniel.—Franklin News and Ban