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
lor 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 A null bniltlilig. Phone 1511
£ Legal Advertisements^
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to nil creditors
of the estate of Mrs. Lnnm N. Huhhnrd,
Inte of snid county, deceased, to render
in nn ncconnt of their demands to me
within the time prescribed by law,
properly made out. All persons indebt
ed to snid deceased are hereby requested
to make immediate payment to the un
dersigned. This Stli day of Sept., 100(1
-8 L. M. FARMER, Admr.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS! AND CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all creditors
of the estate of Mrs. Cornelia A. Dennis,
Inte of snid county, deoensed, to render
in nil ncconnt of their demnnds to me
within the time prescribed by law,
properly made our. Alt persniis indebt
ed to said deoensed nro hereby requested
to make immediate payment to the un
dersigned. This 8th day of Sept., 1000.
28 L. M. FARMER. Admr.
T. M. MARTIN
Tin Work, Roofing
Expert work niul low
prices win. Shop op
posite Pinson Hotel.
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 and Hancock streets. Tele
phone No. 5-2 oalls.
Z. Greene, D. D. 8.,
Office on Second Floor of
Blacky Bros. Co.’s Building
L. M. Farmer,
Office on Second Floor of the Arnall
Merchandise Co.’s Building
Dr. C. A. Smith,
Treats all diseases of domestic animals
Oalls answered day or night. Office
at Gearreld’s Livery Stable.
HELP IS OFFERED
TO WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE
We earnestly request nil younpr 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 d*day. Write today.
The Ga.-Ala. Business College, Macon, Ga.
f f The famous
iow ready for service. Fee #10.00.
Paul Dominick, Turin, Ga.
First-clast leather quarter-top buggy guar-
mteed: set of single buggy harness, *fl.(W.
Georgia Vehicle M’f’g Company,
5J W. Mitchei.i. St., Atlanta, Ga.
ADMINISTRATOR S SALES.
By virtue of an order from the court of
Ordinnry of said county, will he sold at
pnhlio outcry, on the first Tuesday in
November, 1110(1, nt the court house in
said county, between the usual hours of
sale, the following described real estate
belonging to the estate of
Laura N. Hubbard, late of said coun
ty, deceased, to wit: 18?'-j aores, more
or less, of lot of land No. 147, snmo be
ing all of said lot, except. 20 acres on
the east sice, extending entirely noross
said lot and -15 aores, more or less, ex
tending entirely across the west side of
snid lot. ten chains wide; also s aores,
more or less, in tho.southwest corner lot
14(1, same being all of snid lot 14(5,south
of Comer Creek, exoopt. a strip ten
olinins wido, on the west side of said
parcel of said lot 14(5, all in the 4th dis
trict, Coweta county, Ga.; also 25 acres
in |die northwest corner of the east * tt of
lot No. 204, in the 8rd district, Coweta
county, Ga.; all in one body and con-
tainiiiK 170*.,' acres, more or less Sold
for rhi' purpose of paying debts of de
ceased and for distribution among the
heirs at . law. Terms cash. This Oct.
:i, 11)08, L. M. FARMER,
Administrator of Laura N. Hubbard.
By virtue of an order from tlm court
of Ordinary of said comity, will be sold
at public outcry, on the first. Tuesday in
November, 1110(1, at the court house in
said county between the usual hours of
sale, the following described real estate
belonging to tho eetate of Cornelia A.
Dennis, deceased, ta-wit: All that tract,
or pared of land, lying in the First dis
trict, and known in the plan ot said
district ns lot of land No. one hundred
and sixty-nine (1(50), except forty aores
in the southeast, corner, containing one
hundred and sixty-two and half (1(52 * a )
acres, more or less; also thirty (20)
acres in the southwest corner of lot No.
17!5, in tho plan of said district, con
taining in all 102*' B acres, more or loss,
except one-half acre used for school pur
poses by Farmdale school so long as
school continues. Sold for the purpose
of paying debts of deoensed and for dis
tribution among tho lieirsatlaw. Terms
cash. This Oot. !i, 190(5.
L. M. FARMER,
Administrator of Cornelia A Dennis.
Geo, A. Kempson, guardian of Albert.
Hubert and Mary Kempson, having ap
plied to the Court of Ordinary of said
county for letters of dismission from his
said trust, all persons concerned are re
quired to show cause in said Court on
First Monday in November, next, if any
they can, why said application should
not be granted.
This, October 2d, 190(5.
L. A. Perdue, Ordinary.
In the Court, of Ordinary. In the
matter of J. H. Wynn vs. J. T. and L.
E. Arnall, et al. Petition to compel ti
tles to land.
To the heirs at law of .T. F. Arnall,
deceased: Take notice, that at the next
term of the Court of Ordinary of said
county, to he held on the first Monday in
November, lOOfi, 10 o'clock a. rn., I will
pass upon tin: application of J. H.Wynu
to compel the administrators of J. F.
Arnall, deceased, to make titles to laud
on bond for titles, said application hav
ing been filed in due form.
This October 2d, 190(5.
L. A. Perdue, Ordinary.
known as the John W. Arnold home stance, composed in part of wood
place, and hounded north by lands of fibr „ an(1 jn v , a t of wa .
the estate of John \V. Colley: east by T. ^
M. Zellars; south by Mrs. Jennie Sad
ler, and west by M. B. Lambert. Pos- If the pulp-maker is not also a
session will he given on or by January 1, paper-maker this liquid will be
i'k)7. pumped upon what is known as
Sold us the property of John W. Ar- die "wet machine,” upon which
nold, late of said county, deoensed. !
Terms, #500 cash, and balance on giv
This 17th day of September, 190(5.
N. O. Banks,
Executor of the Last Will nud Testa
ment of John W. \rnold.
the fine fibres are gathered in a
sort of felt and the water, or a
greater portion of it, is pressed
out. The substance will then be
a layer of material something
similar in general appearance to a
sheet of very damp and coaise
blotting paper. Hut as a rule the
pulp and paper mills are parts of
one manufacturing plant, and in
GEORGIA— Cewetn County.
Will be sold before the court house
door in the city of Newnan, said State ! su ^h case the liquid pulp, instead
and county, between the legal hours of of going to the wet machine, will
sale, on the first Tuesdny in November, be pumped into a refining engine
190(5, the following described property, , ()r washing engine. This is a big
to-wit: An undivided one-fifth (1-5) in- ,,
terestin fractional lot of land, number | ob,on S tub, in which the fibres are
lfil, in the Sixth District of Cowetn paddled and thrashed about and in
county, Ga., containing 1(5(5aores, more which a small portion of sulphite
or less, and being that part of said lot; fibre and also a small portion of
owned and possessed by Obedinh Wynn , a | C( or some othcr ..fi|| lnR sub .
nt the time of his death. Levied on ns ^ ,
. , ... u stance, is mixed. Then the mix-
the property of Glenn B. Wynn, to .
satisfy a fi, fa. issued from thooity court ture is half stock, so called. It is
of Newnan in favor of Davis & Turner pumped along through various
vs. said Glenn B. Wynn. Tenant in pos- pipes and vats and presently upon
session notified in terms of the law.
This Oot. 1, 19IH5.
J L BROWN, Sheriff.
Quinsy,Sprains and Swellings Cured
"In November, 1901, I caught cold
nud had the quinsy. My throat was
swollen sol could hardly breathe. 1 ap piece of thechatiism as the modern
another screen, in order that any
odds and ends which should not
get into the paper may he removed.
Then it is ready for the foundrimer
This is about as interesting a
plied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it
gave uie relief in a short time. In two
days 1 was all right," says Mrs. L.Cous
ins, Otterburn, Mich. Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is a liniment and is especial
ly valuable for sprains and swellings.
For sale by Peniston & Lee, Druggists.
James Jenkins, Prnotioal Painter:
It's sound sense that we tell you.
Your work costs less dollars and is
best, every time you use tho L. & M.
You do more painting with one gallon
of L. & M. than with two gallons of
other paints and the L. i*t M. Zinc har
dens the L. & M. White Lead and makes
the L. <Si M. Paint wear like iron.
4 gallons L. & M. mixed with H gal
lons Linseed Oil will paint a moderate
Actual cost L. & M. about #1.20 pel
A. T. Terrell, Uiverheud, N. Y.,
Writes: "1(5 years ago painted with
L. <!t M. Only now requires repainting.”
Sold by ALEXANDER POPE.
Turning Wood Into Paper.
It is a simple but interesting
operation, this making of paper
out of a spruce tree. First the
tree is cut in the forests of North
ern New York, New Hampshire or
Maine, It will be seven inches in
diameter at least and as much
more as may be. It will be hauled
to the river—for a river is almost
indispensable, therefore it should
be taken for granted that there is
a river—and will be rafted with
others down the stream to a point
near the mill, where there is a
boom to hold the accumulation of
logs. Then it will be hauied out
of the water by means of hooks at
tached to an endless chain and de
livered to the saw-mili, where it
will be cut into lengths of from
sixteen to forty inches, according
These sticks of wood are next
lightning press. The most im
portant feature of it is the four
driner wire, which is an endless
wire cloth, perhaps ten or eleven
feet wide and forty or fifty feet in
length, Upon one end of this
wire cloth the pulp is pumped,and,
as it is c.irried along, the water is
drawn from it beneath by means
ol a su :tion apparatus, and by a
vibrntii g motion the little line
fibres are evenly cistrihuted in
such a manner (h at some of them
lie lengthwise and some of them
crosswise on the cloth In this
manner, as the water is withdrawn,
the pulp becomes ‘‘felted” into a
semblance of a sheet of paper. As
it leaves the fourdrinier wire it
passes between various pairs of
rollers, which complete the drying,
regulate the thickness and give a
finished surface to the paper, and
presently it issues from the other
end of the machine an endless
strip of newspaper; then it is slit
to its proper width, wound upon
reels and is ready for shipment to
the printing office.
This sheet of paper in various
mills will be from loo to 130 in
ches wide, and in some of our big
gest mills it will issue from the
fourdrinier machine at the rate of
300 feet a minute. This is making
paper pretty fast.—The Home Ad
Have You Noticed
That I have built a large addition to my house? Well, T
have; and that means I am here to stay, and in order to
carry the stock necessary to do a prosperous business I had
to have room.
1 am receiving new goods every day and can supply
your wants. See some of the line 1 carry—
Parlor Furniture, Bed-Room Furniture, Din
ing Room Furniture, Kitchen Furniture, Pic
ture Frames, Mirrors, Window Shades, Mat
tings, Wall Paper.
1 also do up-to-date undertaking, and my fine Funeral Car
is at the disposal of mv customers. Our prices art' right.
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 be first class
in every particular. Parties needing
anything in our line are requested to
call, examine work and get prices.
IRON FENCE OF ALL KINDS FOR 8ALE
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR THE RAILROAD JUNCTION
The News receives complaints
each week from subscribers who
fail to get this paper. Some of
the complaints come from citizens
ol Newnan and others come trom
elsewhere. Sometimes a subscrib
er seems to think his name has
been dropped from our subscrip-
x “'-ov. “I,” "TT j tion Psts, or that the paper is not
conveyed to tne “barker, which , ,. .....
, . . , mailed to him regularly. I his is
is a revolving dish of iron, covered
with sharp, cutting edges, the mis
sion of which is to shave off the
bark. Then the block of wood is
ready for the grinder. This is a
grindstone ot first-rate quality,
some times two feet in thickness
and several feet in diameter, which
is made to revolve witn very high
speed. Surrounding the stone is
a cast-iron hood, into the circum
ference of which are fitted two,
three and perhaps four cast-iron
boxes, into which the sticks of
wood are placed. The wood is
not the case. The News’ list of
subscribers is in type in this of
fice and the system of mailing
used makes it next lo impossible
to omit mailing the paper to every
name on the lists each week.
. uhscribers who fail to get The
News regularly should inquire of
their carrier or postmaster and en
deavor to locate the trouble. The
publisher of this paper wants
every subscriber to get The News
tegularly and promptly; and we
believe the postmasters and car
riers desire to handle The News
How to Cure a Cold.
ie question of how to cure a cold
lout unnecessary loss of time is one
Inch we are all more or less inter-
1, for flie quicker a cold is gotten
>f, the less the danger of pueumouia
other serious diseases. B. W. L.
, of Waverly, Va., has used Cham-
iin’s Cough Remedy for years and
: "I firmly believe Chamberlain’s
gh Remedy to be absolutely the best
oration on the market for colds. 11
, recommended it to my friends and J
- all agree with me,” For sale by:
Is ton & Lee, Druggists.
Agreeable to an order of the Court of
Ordinary of Coweta coanty, will be sold
at auction at. the court house door of
said county, on the first Tuesday in No
vember, next, within the legal hours of
sale, the following property, to-wit:
140 Eicres of land, more or less, off of
the west side of lot of laud No. 272, in
the Third Laud District, but now in the
Grautville Militia District of said coun
ty, it being all of said Lot No. 272, ex
cept 100 acres owned by T. M. Zellars off
the east half or side of said lot and
forced against the grindstone by a . , , „ , .,
” , , v , with accuracy and dispatch; so if
piston, worked by hydrauuc pres . .. „ _,
‘ , , J J ‘ : you fail to get The News, mention
and as the stone revolves Hr,
the matter to carrier or postmas-
is ground into exceedingly fine
fibres, like infinitesimal bits of.
A stream of water plays upon j
the stone constantly and washes
ter and an effort will be
locate the cause.
Mr. B. H. Tompkins, one of
this "fibre or "ground wood" down I Htard ' s bi ^ est Pinters, sold for-
upon a screen, which is placed be ' t y fcur bl!es of cotlon in Newnan
low. This screen has a vibrating
motion, by virtue of which and of
the stream of water and of a bel-
lows-bottom, the fine fibres are
forced through fine holes in a brass
plate. The result is a liquid, sub
last Thursday for ten cents per
pound, netting him twenty-two
hundred dollars.—Last week’s
Franklin News and Banner.
The wise man wil) not put his
trust in the labels on the can.
On our hIh'Ivds lire hundreds of eiius of moice,
fresh (‘aimed fruits and vegetal ilex. Careful
housekeepers will find this store of canned goods
very us Till to draw supplies from, as they can al
ways give orders with the certainty of getting
what they desire and getting it promptly. We
especially recommend the following from our can
lied goods stock:
('ora, (Succotash, Hominy, Beans, Tumutns,
Vegetable Soup, Okra, Corn and Tomatoes, Kraut,
Lima Keans, Fork and Keans.
C. P. STEPHENS S CO.,
Proprietors of the New BaKery.
Telephone No. 31.
at Slaughtered Prices.
100 machines, guaranteed to do
good work, going at $5 each.
25 machines, good as new but
slightly defaced, going from $10
to $25 each. All drop head ma
chines. Reduced prices for cash
or on easy terms.
Singer Sewing Machine Company
M. L. DUKE, Man.
West Side Square Newnan, Georgia
The tax lxioks are open at the
Council Chamber for the payment
of real and personal taxes due the
city for the year 1906.
29 E. D. FOUSE, Clerk.
The man who boasts of his par
tisanship exposes his narrowness.
The city registration books are
now open in the clerk’s office at
the city hall and citizens who wish
to qualify for the city election, to
lie held Saturday, Dec. 1st, 1906,
are required to register. Please
register early and avoid the rush.
31 B. D. FOUSE,City Clerk.