I Legal Advertisements i
next, if any they can, why said applica
tion should not be grunted. This Nov.
Oth, 1906. L.A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
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
for 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 Aruall building.
T. M. MARTIN
Tin Work, Roofing
Expert work and low
prioes win. Shop op
posite Pinson Hotel.
Viotor E. Mntiget, Jr., Dan T. Manget
and Frank G. Hughes, Jr., all of said
State and County, respectfully shows:
| 1. That they desire for themselves,
1 their associates, successors and assigus,
to be incorporated under the tmuiennd
; style of the Manget-Braunon Company
'■ for the period of twenty years, with the
| privilege of renewal.
2. Thu object of snid corporation is
| pecuniary gain and profit to the sliare-
SI. The capital stock of the oorpora-
I tion is to be Thirty-Five Thousand Dol
lars ($25,000.00) divided into shares of
One Hundred Dollars (#100 00) each,
witli right to iucreasc or diminish the
' same at any time, and from time to
time, so that the capital stock shall not
exceed in the aggregate One Hundred
'Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00) nor be
less than Thirty-Five Thousand Dollars
| (115,000.00); the amount of t)ie capital
j stock, actually paid in. is Thirty-Five
1 Thousand Dollars (115,000.(X)).
I 4. The chief place of doing business
i and principal office of said corporation
shall be in Ncwnan, said State and coun
ty; they desire to have branch offices
and store-rooms and salesrooms, oither
I or all, in such other places in snid State,
| or elsewhere, as they may determine.
I 5. Tlie particular business they pro-
I pose to carry on is purchasing and sell-
| iug, at wholesale, groceries, tobacco,and
I nil kinds of like or other merchandise;
to manufacture and make any article or
thing handled in mercantile business;
purchasing and selling, for cash or on
credit, any articles and things ns are
usually kepteinhraaod in a general mer
cantile business, and all such articles
and things ns are handled and sold in u
mercantile business; acting as general
and special agents, or ns brokers, for
other persons, companies nnd corpora-;
tions; purchasing, holding nud selling
real estate; electing or procuring to be
erected buildings, improvements and do -
1 vclopnieuts ujjoii real estate ns they may
determine; purchasing and selling bonds
or stocks; to loan money nud taking se
curities therefor ns they see tit ns well 1
as to borrow money and secure same ns
may bn determined.
(i. They desire thnt they may have nil
other (lowers, privileges and immunities
incident and appropriate under the laws
of Georgia, t-o a corporation similar and
of like purpose.
7. Wherefore they pray legal tiling,
record and publication of this (ictition,
Mrs. M. S. Moore, having applied to
the Court of Ordinary of said County
for betters of ml ministration on estate
of Robert C. Moore, deceased, all per
sons concerned are required to show
Tho petition of William A. Brannon, j oaURl , j„ Ra i d o 0 urt bv the llrst Monday
Petition for Charter.
1 GEORGIA—Coweta County,
i To the Sinterior Court of said County :
in December next, if any they can, why
said application should not he grunted.
This Nov. fltth. 190(1.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
Have You Noticed
Dr. G. W. Burnett and Mr. T. W. |
Camp have opened un a now drug store
in the new brick building. Everything
new hut the gentlemen, who own nnd ’
run it. nnd they have been tried and
found to be true, and willing to be tried
A tnnn claiming to be nil insurance 1
agent', hired a buggy and horse from our j carry the stock necessary to do a prosperous business l had
to have room.
That 1 have built a large addition to my house? Well, l
I J ,
and that means I am here to stay, and in order to
Tax Collector’s Notice.
liveryman, Mr. T. F. Friddoll, two
weeks ago. The agent is now absent
one week over time. Friddoll thinks lie
has lost a good horse nnd buggy.
Master Maurice Edgeworth, who has
been sick so long with fever, will soon
be able to be playing with Ins school
Third and Last Hound.
I will la* at the places mimed
below on dates specified for the
purpose of collecting State and
county taxes for the year 190(1:
Grantville, Nov. 19th.
Moreland, Nov. 20th, a. in. and
until 2 p. m.
St. Charles, Nov. 20th, 2 to 5
Palmetto, Nov. 21st.
Corner 11 ranch, Nov. 22d, 8 to
10 a. m.
Handy, Nov. 22d, 12:30 to 3:80
lloseoe, Nov. 23d, 9 to 12 a. in.
Happy Valley, Nov. 23d, 1 to
3:30 p. m.
Ncwnan, Nov. 24th, and Dec.
1st, 3d and 4th.
Slmrpsburg, Nov. 20th.
Turin, Nov. 27th.
Haralson, Nov. 28th.
Senoia, Nov. 29th and 30th.
Sargent, Dec. 5th, p. m.
I will be at my office in Court
house after Dec. 5th to Dec. 19th,
when the liooks will close.
\V. S. Huiiiiaki), T. O.
I also do up-to-datt
is at the disposal o
Withstood Other Treatment But .. ... ,, _
Quickly Cured by Chamberlain's tingS, Wall Paper.
"Last- winter I caught a very severe
cold whioli lingered for weeks,” says J.
Urquluvrt, of Zephyr, Ontario. "My
cough was very dry and harsh. The lo
cal dealer recommendud Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and guaranteed it, so I
gave it u trial. One small bottle of it
mired me. 1 believe Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to bo tho best l have I
ever used." This remedy is for sale by 1
Peniston & Lee, Newnaii, Un.
1 am receiving now goods every day and enn 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-
undertaking, and my line Funeral Car
my customers. Our prices are right.
E. O. REESE,- NEWNAN, GA.
Cigar Factory Notes.
Z. Greene, D. D. 8.,
Office on Second Floor of
Black Bros. Co.’s Building
A Reliable Remedy for Croup.
Mrs. S. Romnthal, of Turner, Mlohi-
gun, says: “Wo hnvo used Chamber
lain's Cough Medicine for ourselves nml
children for several years and like it
very much I think it is the only rem
edy for croup and enn highly recommend
it.” For Bnlo by Peniston & Lee.
Office on Second Floor of the Arnall
Merchandise Co.’s Building
Dr. C. A. Smith,
Another mid-week has arrived for the
News’ correspondents to send in their
budget of news that everybody delights
to read. Every one thinks ho or she
lives in the best town, best community,
, , ... has the best, neighbors, and thnt at no
and for an order granting the application ' ... . .
other plncc are people so prosperous and
Treats all diseasos of domestic animals
Calls answered day or night. Office
at Gearreld’s Livery Stable.
herein mude. W. G. POST,
Filed iu office, this Nov. 7,190tS.
L. TURNER, Clk. S. O. C. C.
I Georgia. Coweta County.
| I, L. Turner, Clerk of the Superior
Court iu nnd for said County, do hereby
HELP IS OFFERED
TO WORTHY YOUNG PEOPLE
We earnestly request nil younir 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-rato
offer. Success, independence and probnblc fortune
are guaranteed. Don't delay. Write today.
Tho Ga.-Ala. Business College, Macon, Ga. j
So gentle reader, if you nrn casting
about for au ideal plucu, where one
would delight to make a second visit
and snleot a future home among gentoel
business and money-making people, nnd
those who attend church nud Sabbath
certify that the above and foregoing is a i services, and greot you with a friendly
true and correct oopy of the original ap
plication for charter of the Mangot- j
Brannon Gotnpnny, as appears of file
bund and pleasant smile that makes you
feel good and at home, come to Whites-
burg. If you pay us one visit, you will
and record in this office. Witness iny I wnnt to come again and linger a whilo.
hand and the Real of said oourt, this If yon are hnnting for a good school, we
L. TURNER, Clk.
S. C. C. C.
; have the best in many resiieots. Rev.
| F. G. Golden has charge of Hutcheson
College. He is an up to date teacher
i and a live wire in the school room.
Cotton and corn is fairly good, but
not quite so good as they were last year.
Some farmers are ubout through picking
Will bo sold defore the oourt house
door in the City of Newnaii, said State co tton, while others are not more than
The many friends of O. ,1. Jack-
son art* delighted to see him on the
streets again, after his severe ac
Harvey N. Lane has returned
Jas. T. Goldman hus returned to
Paul Lowe, after spending a
couple of days in Atlanta, has
,T. P. Jackson has returned to
the city from ('urrollton.
Joe Rose is welcomed back to the
city from Atlanta.
The friends of Frank Men-
(lis arc glad to see him out on the
streets, after a couple of days ill
Lester Pitt will leave Saturday
Bowen Reese, our clever fore
man, and Claude Swint, our popu
lar packer, are ever ready and
willing to show strangers through
J. P. Oswald will leave in a
couple of weeks to spend the holi
days with his mother. After the
holidays he expects to return to
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 he first class
in every particular. Parties needing
anythin ’ in our line are requested to
call, examine work and get prices.
IRON FENCE 0FIALLLKIND8 FOR 8ALE
OFFICE AND WORKS NEAR THE RAILROAD JUNCTION
and County, between the legal hours of half done gathering. Cotton pickers are
Don’t pay $1.50 a gallon for oauned I 0I , tlie lirat Tuesday iu December, getting 60 to 60 oents a hundred pounds,
oil, which ought to cost but »0 oents a 100fii th0 foUowing , lo8cribe(1 pr01 , e rty, but they complain that it is mnoh more
Ready-mixed paint is half oil towit: J 1
One-ninth undivided remainder inter-
eat in and to the following land: All
that tract or parcel of land known as lot, them that Job in his most trying days,
and half paint. Buy oil fresh from the
barrel and add it to the L. & M. Paint i
which is semi-mixed.
When you buy L. & M. Paint you get j
trouble to piok than common.
Our people do not take mnoh stock iu
grumbling, but we delight to say for
No. 58 and that part of the east half of
a fall gallon of paint that won t wear | ^ w bi c h lies south of New River
off for 10 or 15 years, because L. & M . | pj . y orgall 0 r eek in the Grantville Dis-
Ziue hardens tho L. & M. White Lead tr j ct0 f Ooweta county, Georgia; bound-
and makes L. & M. Paint wear like iron. , ed Qn the „ orth bv landH of j 0 | m Dun-
4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 gal- j bftr a|)f j tbe New River; east by lands of
Ions linseed oil will paiut a moderate
Actual costL. & M. about $120 per
S. E. Leigh nud T. E. Zellers; south by
lands of Scott Davis; west by lands of
John Dnnbtir; containing in the aggre
gate 288 acres, more or less. Levied on
was never so worried by delayed pas
senger and mail trains.
Henry T. Lipscomb left last week for
Dublin, Ga., where he has gone to keep
books for a large mercantile establish
ment. Henry is a young man of splen
did business ability and we predict for]
him a successfui career. | it will supplant kerosene for light
Rev. W. W. Roop preached at the | . 11 °
The name “alcohol" is composed
of two Arabic words, “ol kohl,”
meaning “the devil," which goes
to show that the Arabs knew a
thing or two,
"Denatured alcohol,” as the fur
ther name somewhat vaguely in
dicates, means alcohol which has
been put througn a process, by
wbich it is rendered poisonous
and hence unfit for use as a basis
for intoxicants or tor use in patent
The removal of the internal tax
on the making of it reduces the
price of such denatured alcohol
from #2 50 to 25 cents a gallon,
and is done with a view to furnish
ing cheaper light, fuel and trans
The advocates of the measure
have predicted many marvelous
jthings for the future under the
| new regime. It is contended th.p
| its use as a substitute for gasoline
1 will reduce the cost of running
automobiles to a very I irge extent;
For CaKe Baking
We furnish the particular housekeeper with every
thing needed for the baking of cakes—from Hour
to fruits and nuts. Everything is fresh and of
the finest quality. We have just opened up a
fresh shipment, of all kinds of nuts, seeded and
layer raisins, currants, citron, etc. Good cooks
can hake good cukes from tlie materials we furnish.
Again we call attention to our canned goods
stock. Wc sell everything canned by American
and foreign canneries. No matter what you want
in tinned products, we have it. This department,
is one of our largest and best, and receives con
stant and careful attention. Asa result, goods of
high quality are always obtainable at, this store.
C. P. STEPHENS & CO.
Telephone No. 31.
Sold in the North, East, South and ! ag tbe property of A. B. Caldwell, by
O. S. Andrews, Ex-Mtyor, Danbury,
Conn., writes: "Painted my house 19
years ago with L. & M. Looks well to
day.” Sold by
j virtue of a fi fa, issued from the city
i court of Newnan, iu favor of Burdette
1 and Roberts and against said Caldwell.
Tenant in possession notified in terms of
! the law. This Nov. 8th, 1906.
J. L. BROWN, Sheriff.
Biliousness and Constipation.
For years I was troubled with bilious
ness and constipation, which made.life
miserable for me. My appetite failed
me. I lost my usuol force and vitality.
Pepsin preparations and oathartics only
made matters worse. I do not know
where I should have been today had I
not tried Chamberlain’s Stomach and
Liver Tablets. The tablets relieve the
ill feeling at once, strengthen the diges
tive functions, helping tlie system to do
its wort naturally.—Mrs. Rosa Potts,
Birmingham, Ala. These tablets are for
cals by Peniston & Lee, Newnan, Ga.
The latest books, magazines and
newspapers will always be found
on sale at Peniston & Lee’s drug
The estate of Martha Ballard, late of ; Confederate reunion iu Savannah,
said County, deceased, being unrepre
sented and not likely to be represented,
all persons concerned are required to
show cause iu the Court of Ordinary of
said County, on the first Monday in
December next, why buoIi administra
tion should not be vested iu tlie County
Administrator. This Nov. 5th, 1906.
L. A. PERDUE, Ordinary.
Baptist church Sunday night, on his
way home from Macedonia. He deliver
ed a splendid discourse.
We are glad to report that Dr Reeves
is able to be out again, after an attack
Messrs. J. H. Lipscomb, T F. Frid-
dell, Jett Austin, O. A. Duncan and
Miss Dora Duncan spent last Monday in
Newnan, owing partly, to a much de
layed passenger train.
Rev. W. A. Parks is attending the
was chaplain of a regiment during the
war between the states. He will preach
for them again this week while at tlie
renuion. Bro. Parks will attend the
North Georgia Conference at Milledge-
ville while on this trip. He is very com
panionable, always looking on the bet-
ing purpose-*; that it will be used
f ir heating our houses; that it will
revolutionize th : making of smoke
less powder, etc.
This is but a casual list of the
many things which it is expected
will be accomplished by the gener
al use of denatured alcohol. A
reduction of from $2 50 to 25 cen s
a gallon is quite a slump and it is
easy to be seen that it will readily
come into very general use for the
purposes to which it is adapted.
The new law goes into effect
with the beginning of the new
Mr. Rockwood Cummings, of
Palmetto, died at his home Tues-
T. F. Rawls, Temp. Admr. of estate
of Mrs. M. C. Shaw Gnffin, deceased, ; regular meeting days at
having applied to the Court of Ordinary ! church
of said County for Permanent Letters of
administration on said estate,all persons
oonoerned are required to show cause in
■aid Coart by the first Monday in Deo
ter side of life, ami will show up to be ; jay, aged about 85 year?. The
burial occurred at Newnan Wed
nesday. Mr. Cummings was a
long time resident of this section
and had many friends in Hogans*
ville. Among others who attend
ed tbe funeral were Mr. and Mrs,
J. H, Covin and Mr. J. W. Jen
kins.— Hogans ville News,
I the youngest brother at the Conference.
He intends speudiug the winter in south
| Next Saturday and Sunday are the
Rev. J. W. McLeod is the
preacher in charge.
Mrs. S. G. Alteu and Crain, of Sar
gent, were mingling with friends in
Whitesburg last Sunday.
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.
A Good Liniment.
When you need a good reliable lini
ment try Chamberlnin’s Pain Balm. It
has no superior for sprains and swellings.
A piece of flannel slightly dampened
with Paiu Balm is superior to a plaster
for lame back or pains in the side or
chest. It also relieves rheumatic pains
and makes sleep and rest possible. For
sale by Peniston & Lee, Newnan, Ga.
Money to loan on real estate »t 7 per
eent. Apply to L. M. Farmer.
The city registration books are
now;ope» in the clerk’s office at
the city hall aud|citizens who wish
to qualify for the city election, to
lie held Saturday, I>ee. l*t, 19(81,
are required to register. Please
register early and avoid the rush.
31 E. D. FOU8E,Gity Clerk.