Tor Tour Protection
wo jilnoo thin liiliel on every
package of Scot i 'h Kiniilnlon.
The limn with a IIhIi on IiIh buck
In our tradc-inark, and It. )h a
guarantee that Scott's Emul
sion will «lo all that 1h claimed
for It. Nothing better for lung,
t hroat or bronchial Iroubles In
Infant or adult.. Scott's Emul
sion Is one of the greatest, flesh-
luilMers kuuwn to the medical
W'#•// ttnd you a aampla trot.
scon & BOWNE, * 1
The Newnan News
Issued Every Friday.
J. T. FAIN, Editor and Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION RATE,IS 1.00 PER YEAR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COWETA COUNTY.
’Phono No. 20.
OFFICE UP STAIRS IN THE WILCOXON BLDG
Mr. Gompers will please make a
note of the fact that the politiciansI*'""’ ' N , ’" t,mH,aHtl( ' 1,1 >'Ih
pmlHi) of (llmiiihcrliiia'H (lough Udnedy.
education oT the school, and the ot Georgia by the greatest majo- country. Remarkably little crime
companionship of friends and coni- rity in its history, declares his be- was committed in the city and so
rad os which continues to mould lief that the races may eventually much of good order and good na
il"' character by the powerful in- separate, and that the policy of the ture prevailed, that the prohibition
lluence of example. Men of all Caucasian must be founded upon continued for some time after the
a^cs cannot help imitating those the wisest and safest control ot immediate necessity was felt to
with whom they associate. If the negro while he is a part of our be removed.
young men are wisely influenced system of government. "The When the recent riot broke out
and directed anil exert their own fourteenth amendment,” declares in Atlanta, there was an early call
tnc energies, they will seek the Mr. Smith, “hinders the most in- on the mayor of the city for simi-
soeiety of those I rotter than them- telligent mode of handling the lar action, and he at once respond-
sclvcs and strive to* imitate their subject,” and he intimates that the 1 ed, his proclamation setting forth
example. There are persons whom time will come when the national the fact that all the evil passions
to know is to love, honor and ad- government must legislate for the of men both white and colored
mire, and others whom to know is, negro as it has long been accus- were aroused and intensified by
t i shun and dispise. Live with tomed to legislate for the Indian, liquor. Now, no one will ever sus-
persons of elevated character and The governor-elect devotes much pect Atlanta’s mayor of being in
you will feel lifted up in them, time to the discussion of the any way an enemy of liquor. He
"Live with wolves,” says the criminal negro, the idle, loafing with others, merely had his eyes
Spanish proverb, “and you will negro, and the vagrant, and the opened a little wider than they had
learn to howl.” The life of every methods of keeping them under been to the evil effects of liquor,
man is a daily inculcation of good rigid control, lie stresses the The opening had come by reason
or had example to others. The necessity of teaching the negro in of the events of the black Satur-
lilc ol a good man is at the same the public schools more of char.'c- day night. He knew that every "
time the most eloquent lesson of ter, industry and responsibility drink of liquor taken by any man
virtue and the most severe reproof than of the contents of books, and intensified the dangers, which were 1
ol vice. There arc men in whose he emphasizes with all his great already serious enough, ot terrible
natural force the important fact 1 bloodshed* He knew that every
the industrious and law-abiding evil passion of men, already ex
negro can only escape responsi- cited, is increased by *the use of
bilily for the crimes of his race liquor, and that its use would
when he contributes all his ener- awaken such passions even in the
have uttered, the examples they gies and all his honesty to prevent hearts of those who, up to the time
have set, live through all time, these crimes and to deliver the of its use, had been calm and self-
presence we feel as if we breathed
spiritual ozone, refreshing and in
vigorating, like inhaling mountain
air or enjoying a bath of sunshine,
'I lie golden words that good men
I hose being undisputed facts how criminals of his race to justice.
careliilly our young people should
select t heinassoeiates and be found
only with those whose example
tliev can take pride in following.—
A Certain Cure for Croup*-Usod for
Ton Years Without a Failure.
W. O. Hot.t., ii Star Oily, bid.
To this sound and candid ex
pression Mr. Smith adds the as
surance that the white man must
and will protect the industrious
controlled. The whole city en
dorsed his action, for the people
all knew what he knew about the
demoralizing power of liq mr.
Further: for some time past, the
do not hesitate to work more than
eight hours a day.
Jacob Riis says Roosevelt’s sim
plified spelling idea is "rot.”
That’s simple enough to be un
derstood by everybody.
I l Ins lumeily never fulled to tilfeot a
speedy cure Ho Ims recommended it to
his friends mid neighbors, mid all who
possesses none of the elmmeteris- j | lftVt , UH0(1 u Huy it 1H , Uli |,.<t for
ties ol a Pennsylvania politician, eronp and whooping cough. For sale by
as he left ifI.‘1,000,0011 in the <‘u Penmton & bee, Druggists,
ban treasury. " - —
and law-abiding negro and help , newspapers-and who would charge
him in every possible way. the daily papers of Atlanta with : 1
It is refreshing and inspiring to any leaning towards prohibition?— <
the philosopher of events to find 1 of the city have been urging the
in the first utterance of the next closing of the negro dives and bar-
governor of Georgia an utter ab- rooms of the city. Wh>? Recause ;
sence of those empty platitudes of | they are the breeders of crime,
maudlin regret which have been J But, if this be so as to negro bar-
all too common in the atmosphere rooms, why not so as to white
of recent discussion, and a bold men’s barrooms? Liquor is liquor
and vigorous expression of a mind I and human brains are human
liquor affects alike and [
subject to Hovorc attacks of Croup, but mettle of our present danger and I for the worse all human brains,
11 in children have all been subjoot to
oroup and lie law UHed tliin remedy for
the pant ten years, and I bough they
much feared the oroup, bin wife and be
always fell safe open retiring when a
bottle of Olminherluin’H Cough Remedy
was III (lie house, lbs oldest child was and spirit which grasps firmly the brains, an
POTTS AND PARKS i
WE SELL LADIES’ GOODS.
We are the only exclusive dealers in Newnan,
in dress goods, silks, trimmings, notions, lad
ies and children’s shoes. Our special atten
tion to this line enables us to procure the best
materials at the lowest prices.
FALL DRESS GOODS.
Broad cloths in black, white and colors, priced #1.50, #1.25
and #1.00 per yard.
These are very popular and were bought at low figures;
shown in black, white and many shades.
London smoke, hair-line checks and shadow plaids, Chester
field and mohairs.
For ladies’ waists and children’s dresses.
Plaids, plain and fancy waist silks, novelty and plain yard
wide dress silks.
Yard-wide black peatt de soie silks at #1.25 and #1 per yard.
Black taffeta silks, yard wide, at #1.25, #1.00, fit) cents ami
SO cents per yard.
Fight shades yard wide satins for only #1.00 per yard.
One hundred styles of braids and appliques, many rich ef
fects in embroidered all-overs and Baby-Irish laces.
American Lady corsets, Ladies’ Shoes, medi
um and grades children’s and infants’ shoes,
The baseball championship ol
the world having been settled,
many baseball enthusiasts can pro
eeed to give attention to the small
er ulliiirs of life.
proposes to advocate and to exe- All barrooms are breeding-places
cute the racial policies upon which of crimes.
the will and the wish of the people | No return is ever claimed by
has been so magnificently express- any community for the evils of
ed in the last state election. liquor-selling, save one, and that
Timidity and the commercial the return of money in revenue,
spirit are the debilitating influ-(But this is a false claim, as has
ences which hamper the firm and been shown again and again by
problems of our time. show, beyond the shadow of a jjj wwwwBWMBwwfcw
There was never a crisis in 1 doubt, that the only financial re- jjj
Phope!109 Bay Street
When a great people in a dis
tinct emergency elect from their . .
number a strong man to be their wb ' cb b °th courage and commerce turn any community gets from the $
leader and executive, they expect I were not called upon for tribute sale of liquor is on the wrong side j jjj
and sacrifice and in this great of the account,
question which involves the
tegrlty of race, the unity of the time of laborers, in destruction ot
The expense in- jjj
curred through crime, in loss of Vj
Augusta girl married Florida °f him leadership and direction-
hero who saved her life during the not timidity and time-serving,
recent hurricane at Fensacola. And to this standard of expecta
Boor girl' She will soon learn j tion, Hoke Smith, governor-elect | re i ,ublic < and the sanctity of our property, and in loss of actual i|
that no man is a hero viewed from I of Georgia, rose on Wednesday at ,,oble women - ic is a matter mnn ™ in r:,rmcr fnr " an - 1 8
I LaGrange. joicing that at thohelm of state we
There is all too much of timidity, bave a brave > band tb:lt will
hesitation and cowardice in the be always duly regardful,but never
atmosphere of Georgia since the s * av ' sb and subordinate to the
Atlanta riot. Apology, explana whine of the dollar or tbe selfish-
tion and protest have mled the ness °f tradt r«
I hour, and in the wake of the priest * be governor-elect has
or the tradesman, the voice of the good in his first utterance in Geor- j a hundred others that might be jjj
people and ot the press have been, K' a * and we congratulate both him cited from time to time? Or will ! jjj
in the main, timorous, indefinite andourse ' ves upon the courage of I the desire for apparent revenue 11
and altogether lacking in that b ‘ s views and the inspiring candor j from the sale of liquor blind them $
strong and aggressive comprehen- °f their expression.—The Georgian, to its true character and its certain jjj
siou which shapes public events ““““effects? 1 he licensing of liquor jjj
into future policies, and dominates Affl,cted with Sore Eyes for 33 years i saloons in our towns and cities
the real and durable in- ‘ l,,lve beo " ftttlio,ed with sore eyes for
!W years. Thirteen years ago I beoatne
his wife’s standpoint.
Those persons who love to dis
cuss the proposition of "Howto
b? happy though married,” are
respectfully referred to the fart
that most women seem to prefer
marriage to happiness.
money expended in caring for pau- ^
pers produced by liquor and in the i jjj
detection and punishment of crim- 5j
inals made by it, are far greater; ;-jj
than the income derived from the |j
licenses to sell it. i ;-j»
Will our people learn the les- jjj
made jsons taught by these incidents,and jjj
Scientist has announced that
the sun will be dead in twenty
million years The jNews confi
dently believes all of its subscribers
will be getting their papers regtt
larly by the time the universe be
gins to get chilly.
Convict Stenslund will be put
to work making brooms. As a
gentleman who knows how to make
a clean sweep, Mr. Stensland
ought to be very successful in the
broom manufacturing industry.
terests of civilization. ,,• , . ,,. , ,
. ,i totally blind and was blind tor six years.
* here is no cowardly and in- My eyes wore badly inflamed. One of
definite note in lloke Smith's ut- m.v neighbors insisted ui>oii my trying
terance at LaGrange. He was fthamberlnin’s Snlve and gave me half a
elected in the majesty of magnifi- l,ox °* to my surprise it healed my
. , , .. . , eyes and my sight came back to me.—P.
cent numbers upon a definite plat- 0 . Karls. Cynthia, Kv. Chamberlain's
form of white supremacy, and he Salve is for sale by Pouistou & Lee.
has not forgotten the issue and __
the people who answered it in the
splendid emphasis of the August
primaries. if there have been needed
Liquor and Crime.
On tin* NOIst Imllot, after being
in session 42 days, the First l>is- Steadily and fearlessly the next arguments to convince the people
tnet Congressional convention sue- governor of Georgia lays down the of our country that the bar rooms
reeding in naming a candidate who doctrine that these two opposite, or any selling places of liquor are
has agreed to accept the noininu- antagonistic and unequal races unmitigated evils, these, these
turn. The man is Charles (J. Kd- cannot and must not be treated as have been abundantly supplied by
wards, a young lawyer of Silvan- equal under the laws of Georgia. the events of the last few months,
null, who is but 2!» years uI age Without a moment’s hesitation events occurring in widely separat-
and comparatively unknown. Mr. the strong man of August 22 de- ed sections of our land. And these
Edwards now occupies the position dares that the white man must ac- arguments have been furnished,
of a man who has had honor thrust C ept the full responsibility and not by the temperance advocates,
control of the situation, and that but by the friends of the saloon.
leads to much of the
crime com- j jjj
mitted by the negroes. Who is jjf
responsible for this crime? The
negroes alone?—Christian Index, i :-j*
Constitutional Amendments! j;;
upon him very unexpectedly.
Influence of Example.
the legislation and its execution
which is to remedy the appalling
evils of the present must be
The natural education of the wrought out under the doctrine of
No sooner had the earthquake
destroyed the homes and' business
houses of San Francisco than the
authorities-—who have never been
home is prolonged far into life, in- the white man’s eternal superior- accused ot any sympathy with tern-
deed it never entirely ceases. But ity and supremacy which is not in- perance —ordered every place
bhe time arrives, in the process of consistent with the black man’s : where liquor was sold to close up
years, when the home ceases to ex- safety and protection under the ana keep closed. The good effects
erewe^n exclusive influence on the ■ law. of this action were so marked that
formation of character and it is t It jw significant beyond measure they have been widely commented
succeeded by the more artificial j that the man just elected governor on by the newspapers all’over the
Constitutional amendments, al
though necessary, are expensive,
the proof of which is that the bills
for advertising in the newspapers I |j
of the State the three amendments Vi
voted on at the recent State elec- jK
lion for the establishment of the V;
court of appeals, for additional St
superior court judges and for the
creation of the new county of Ben
Hill, amounted to #3,293.88, war
rants on the treasury in payment
of which were mailed yesterday by
the executive department to the
various newspapers.—Atlanta Con
You have seen in The La
dies’ Home Journal, The
Delineator or some other
prominent magazine illus
trations and facts about
the Red Cross shoe for
women who want ^tyle
and comfort. This is a
remarkable shoe, and we
only ask you to let us
show you the goods and
not the advertising matter.
Our line of ladies’ shoes is
complete now and we will
be pleased to have you
call and see them.
Miss Lucile Thompson, of New
nan, will be in Atlanta soon as the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. J.
Smith. Miss Thompson Is one of j
the most popular and attractive!
young women in Newnan, and her;
marriage will be one of the social |
events there in November.—Sun
day’s Atlanta Journal.
W. M. ASKEW,
Successor to Askew Bros.