IN some conditions the
■ gain from the use
of Scott’s Emulsion is
very rapid. For this
reason we put up a
fifty-cent size, which is
enough for an ordinary
cough or cold or useful
as a trial for babies
and children. In other
conditions the gain is
be built up in a day.
In such cases Scott’s
Emulsion must be taken
as nourishment; a food
rather than a medicine.
It's a food for tired and
Send for free aaiwplo
Scott & Bowne, 409-415 Pe»i si.
Cbamisti New York
8CK. •ndli.oo. All druggists
SAVE THE SOUTHERN
speculators and manufactu'ers but
the cotton growers themselves, and
COTTON ASSOCIATION will not their desertion of the as
sociation play far more into the
hands of these enemies than would
I his Organization Should Not the failure or infidelity of every
Be Abandoned by South- officer of the organization.
ern Farmers No, the farmers and business
______ men of the South cannot afford to
We fear that there is a too ap ,lesert the S. c - A - 11 needs the,r
parent decrease of enthusiasm in united, ardent support just now
support of the Southern Cotton mf,rt tban il has since ' ts organiza-
Association by our farmers. This tion - Tbe speculative world is
Southern Cotton Association
is at Work on Plan Out
lined Recently by W.
Hot Springs, Ark., September
8—The Executive Committee of
the Southern Cotton Association
should by no means be, says the making greater effort than ever to concluded its session this after-
Oglethorpe Echo. kill it. They are feeling its in- noon, and adjourned subject to the
True a few things have happen- duei,ce more and realize that it call of the President of the Asso-
cd in the recent past to which this must be donc awa Y with if tb( -‘>’ Nation. The principal business
might be attributed and yet these would continue to pillage from the transacted at today’s session was
very same happenings should growers what they should receive the consideration of a resolution
make growers more ardent in their for their labor. Hence they arc looking to the formation of a cor-
support of the Association and K oin g t0 tbe foundation of the or- poration with a capitalization of
more determined that its strength gamzation and letting no chance
and power shall not be lessened. sli P b Y t0 creatc distrust among
What if President Jordan’s the membership of the association
promise or prediction of fifteen ^ t be farmers desert it they are
cents for a goodly portion of the ord Y Paying ' nt0 tbc hands of
last crop didn't materialize, Mr. thcir adversaries, and are, like
Jordan is but one man, is human lambs - permitting themselves to
the same as the balance of us, and be * ed t0 tbe slaughter.
•i 1 1oo,ooo,ooo for the purpose of
taking care of “distressed” cotton
in the South.
The resolution follows:
"Whereas, after two years’ ex
perience in attempting to main
tain a fair price for cotton, and
realizing that we are in our pres-
* With the Exchanges t
Prom I ml Wtfk'i Carroll Prcr Prtsi.
.Miss .Mabel Mitchell,nt Newnan,
is the guest of her sister. Mrs.
Mesdames M. (J, Hood and
Charlie Mcrrell were called to
Newnan this week, to attend the
bedside of the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mcrrell, who is
The remains of Mrs. Susan Rob
inson, of Newnan, were brought to
the c ly on the noon train Wednes
day and interred in the family
burial ground, near town, Thurs
day afternoon. Mrs. Robinson was
for a number of years a resident of
this city and has many relatives
and friends here who deeply
mourn her death.
is therefore as liable to draw wrong
deductions from conditions as he
sees them as anybody else. He
was entirely honest, we feel safe
in saying, in making the pre
tions and advised the farmers a
what he thought best for them
with the lights before him. He
could not foresee all the conditions
that would arise to effect the price
of the staple else he would doubt
less have advised differently.
Hut be that as it may, Mr. Jor-
jdanis not the entire association.
His individual errors cannot be
j laid to the door of the organiza
tion, Any failure of his to make
correct prrgnostications as to the
feet the usefulness of the associa-
c . and ardently to it. Unless they
t 0 do this dire results will follow.
What ‘‘Civic Pride” Is.
Let the cotton growers wake up ent status an advisory board: in
to the situation and rather than 1 order to put ourselves in position
grow weak kneed in their support to enforce our minimum; be it
of the S. C. A., rally more solidly “Resolved, That we organi2e
the Southern Cotton Association
into a chartered corporation for
the purpose of buying, selling and
warehousing cotton, and that we
open books of subscription for a
capital stock ot •*too,000,000, the j
shares to be $5 each.
“That a president and board of
directors be appointed, and that
each state, county and precinct
president be furnished blank cer
tificates and books of subscription, |
and that we immediately begin a
campaign to raise this capital
This resolution was passed over
as unfinished business, and a com
mittee of five was appointed to
The Albany Herald in answer to
a leader of that paper, gives the
following definition of “civic
pride.” It can be read with profit:
W'liat is ‘civic pride!”
There was once a man whose
influence in a city where he lived
was all but supreme. This man
POTTS AND PARKS I
LEADERS IN DRESS GOODS.
We are daily opening new goods in cottons,
woollens and fancies. See us for school
dresses, waistings, hosiery, caps, collars and
Many new patterns of beautiful cotton dress goods; can
lie used for waists, odd skirts or full suits. Prices, 10 cents
to 25 cents per yard.
Wool Dress Goods.
We are leaders in this line and have prepared for early
purchasers, gray mohairs, invisible plaids, Chesterfield and
melange; blue serges, Henriettas, mohairs, Melrose wool taf
fetas, batiste and poplins.
Gold Medal Black Goods.
We lead all competition in sale of black goods. Now is
the time you want to get your odd skirt and here is the place
to buy it.
Braids, buttons, bands, festoons, medallions are in
maud and we;have the assortment you want to inspect.
A* 4 /rj..-
POTTS «S PARKS
Only the small fry and the new
forces in the Hoke Smith conven
tion at Macon yesterday were dis
posed to “rub it in” on the defeat
ed candidates and their supporters.
As a rule, the leading men in the
great assemblage of political vic
tors were tolerant and even gener
ous toward those who had differed
with them. This spirit of mag
nanimity was especially noticeable
in the speech of acceptance of
Hon. Hoke Smith. There was not
a word of bitterness uttered by the
man who hail led the victorious
was approached by 11 promoter who
not in the least ef- j desired to possess himself of a val
uable franchise at the hands of the
tion even though he may be its! city government. The promoter
head. If he were to prove an en- j sought the co-operation of the fit-
tire failure the purposes and pos- i/.cn, it being recognized that the 1 prepare definite and detailed plans
sibilities of the association would latter’s friendly interest alone I f° r the purpose of incorporating
he just as great and badly needed would guarantee the granting of’[the Association as outlined in the
by the cotton growers, and it the franchise. The promoter of-1 resoliition, and report at the next |
would the more behoove them to J fered the citizen handsome rcimiii-1 meeting of the Executive Com-|
| rally to its support and sustain it | eration for his services, hut thej mittee -
until a proper one to take it in citizen emphatically declined to be-1 President Harvie Jordan gave!
hand and lead its destinies should come a party to the scheme. Hej tbe following explanation of the:
be found. ■ believed that the granting of the' resolution:
Bay Street Newnan, Ga.
T hen if the association has been franchise under the terms propos-
betrayed by some of its officers as ed by tiie promoter would hamper
some are won’t to charge, no ex- j the development of the city, work
cuse is afforded thereby for deser-! hardships on future generations
tion upon the part of the members and bring alioiit other conditions
in the rank and file of the organi- ■ which would be deplored in years
zation. On the other hand it calls to come; therefore he declined to
for more ardent devotion upon the better his individual condition at
part of the members that such be- the expense of the community.
“It is for the purpose of taking
care of distressed cotton, and by
distressed cotton, I mean cotton
that is forced on the market by :
people who are unable to finance !
cotton and are unable to liquidate j
maturing obligations, The cor-
poration proposes to go into the i
markets and buy up this class ofj
cotton when it is being offered at
in the case of error made by its
head officer, the infidelity of any
hosts through the most remarkable ’ ( >f its officers does not lessen the
campaign Georgia has ever wit | possibilities of benefits to the cot-
neased, and at the conclusion of ton growers of the organization,
his speech loyal Democrats who!
trayal may be rebuked and be- “That man lias civic pride, for
trayers properly dealt with. Like civic pride is the antithesis of the j prices below the minimum fixed by j
desire to advance selfish personal: tbe association, to be held by the
had not supported him before, felt
like shaking hands with him and
burying all past differences.—Al
Ah h dressing for sort's, hruist'H mid
burns OlinintM'rlnin'K Halve in nil tlmt
cun lie desired. It in soothing mid heal
ing in its effect. It allays the | still of a
burn almost instantly. This salve is al
so a certain cure for chapped hands and
interest. It is that quality which
animates the man who would rath
er sacrifice his own dollars than
see the beauty of a street, a pub
lic square or a building in his city
ruined or marred.
“The world is full of men who,
when approached with an invita
tion to join in some new coinmuni
corporation until the market ad
vances to the minimum price. The
cotton will be stored in various
warehouses throughout the cotton
belt, wherever bought, and can be
used to margin the purchase of ad
ditional cotton wherever it be
comes necessary. Under this plan
the cotton forced upon the market
Hence we see that the very
causes that are being ascribed for
a lessening of interest in and sup
port of the association are really
causes for more ardent support
and zealous effort by its members ty enterprise, straightway inquire: can be kept out °f tbe hands of ex-,
to maintain it ‘What will it cost, and what will j porters and spinners and wiil regu-
Of all the organizations that I get back!’ There is another eer- * ate tbe price of cotton by the
have been formed for the protec- j tain class of men who, when ap- j legitimate laws of supply and de
lion of the farmers, and especially proacheil with the same or similar maud. It will also give the asso-
of the cotton growers, the S. C. proposition, hasten to ask, ‘How ciation a strong financial standing
best. It is based upon will it help the town!’ One class , * n the eyes of the business world,
distiiise of thu skin. Price 2fi omits. For ^ jg the
sale by Penistnu & Lot\ Newnan, Gu. ' ... . , , , , , , . , , . , .
____________________ 1 proper principles and has been ot such men stand on one side of a and more particularly with the
! conducted upon the whole upon clearly-defined line and squint at a cotton trade generally, and will at
dollar through yellow glasses. The all times defend and protect the
You may not be able to make a> . ,
silk purse out of a sow’s ear, but I ^ ro P er lmes U P to the P resent ’ and
you can make something that will i ' ts benefits to the cotton growers
answer all the purposes of a purse.
Every farmer should
have a copy of our
New Fall Catalogue
It givesibest methods of seed-
' ingiandi full information about
Seed Oats, Rye
Barley, Seed Wheat
Grasses and Clovers
Descriptive Fall Catalogue
mailed free, and prices
quoted on request
T. W. Wood t Sons,
Seedsmen, - Richmond, Va.
1 cleanest quail tie. obtainable.
of the South have been incalcu
lable. If it be given proper sup
port by the growers no mistakes
made by officers can kill its useful-
ness. They may retard it for a
time, but if the farmers will keep
class 011 the other side of the line i cotton growers of the South in
believe that citizenship is a re- i maintaining a fair and profitable
sponsibility and not a means of at- i minimum price for their staple.”
tabling a selfish end. The line
which separates the two classes is When Notes Are Payable.
“The man who is
Of all kinds are on sale at The News office.
The stock includes snch blanks as are used
by attorneys, justices of the peace and con
stables, as well as all blanks in daily use by
business men. All forms are those in gen
eral use in Coweta and adjoining counties.
All blanks are printed on first-class paper, and,
from a typographical standpoint, they are not sur
passed by the blanks .furnished by any printer in
The News will be pleased to receive or
ders for legal blanks and all orders will be
promptly filled. Mail orders will receive
prompt attention. This office is always pre
pared to make special blanks to order on
animated by j
faith in it and encourage it by re- civic pride is never satisfied unless
maining solidly in its ranks and
act together in carrying out its in
terests and purposes greater back
sets than any it has yet received
will be speedily overcome.
Those against whom the Asso
ciation is intended to protect the
cotton growers want nothing more
than to see the growers losing
faith and interest in the organiza
tion. The acts of a few officers
play no part whatever with them.
It is the organized action of the j children’s children, and has a con-
men who produce the staple that i tempt for the man whose narrow
Much interest is felt throughout
the state in the Calvin note bill
engaged in some enterprise which j which was passed by the general
promises to benefit the condition of assembly at the recent session,
his city, county or state. He lie- i The bill in question prescribes
lieves that honest men should ad- the time when notes at bank are 1 1
minister the aflairs ol government .payable in the event they should t ,• \
and ne\er condone even the slight- fall due on Sunday or on a holiday. I such day ~~ 1
est departure from the path' Under the old law that class of
ol rectitude on the part ot a, notes was payable on the preced-
servant of the people. He would j j ng day. Under the Calvin bill,
rather see his community prosper-; which became a law August 21,
ous, clean, healthy and beautiful j suc h notes will be payable on the
than to hoard up dollars for his ! succeeding day.
Notes made on the date mention
ed and subsequently will come un
der the new law and he payable on
the business day succeeding Sun
day or a holiday.
Within sixty days the transition
from the old to the new method
will be accomplished and Georgia
will find herself in line with the
trade centers of the whole country.
It is, of course, a provision of
law that whenever a public or legal
holiday falls on Sunday the Mon-
1 day following is recognized
In every snch case
fall due on either
will be payable on the
next business day.
thev are wont to combat, or that is
checking them in appropriating all
the profits that come from the cot
ton industry. Who then is to
stand as a bulwark against these
visioti never permits him to look to
the future or whose idea of duty
considers only himself and those
who are directly dependent upon
“Snch is civic pride.”
The new law is not retractive.
It does not affect notes made pre
vious to August 21, 1906. The old
law controls them; they are, as
Library Books Catalogued in
A Diplomatic Woman.—Huan
Phases of An Inferior Planet.—
Iras: A Myster y.—Theo
heretofore, payable on the day j Douglas,
which immediately precedes Sun- j Mildred at Home.—Martha Fin-
day or a holiday. j j ey>
Woman and Artist.—M a x
Hippolyte and Golden-Beak.—
Found Yet Lost.—E. P. Roe.
Mildred Keith.—Martha Finley.
A Brave Little Quakeress.—E.
An Old-Fashioned Boy Mar
Mrs. D. B. Woodroof, Libr’n.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Acts
on Nature’s Plan.
The most successful medicines are
those that aid nature. Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy acts ou 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 have testified to
its superior excellence. It counteracts
any tendency of a cold to result in
pneumonia. Price, 25 cents. Large size,
60 oents. For sale by Peniston & Lee.
The trouble with a great many
reformers is that they spend so
much time preaching reform that
they have no time left in which to