Girlhood and Scoffs Emulsion are
linked together. T -
The girl who takes Scoffs Emu. I-
sion has plenty of rich, red blood; she is
plump, active and energetic.
Executive Committee Names
Rules for Primary on Tues
day, Nov. 27th.
The reason is that at a period when a girl’s
digestion is weak, Scoffs Emulsion
provides her with powerful nourishment in
easily digested form.
It is a food that builds and keeps up a
AI.L DRUGGISTS: BOr. AND $1.00.
deemed and considered not a can
didate. and his name will not be
CITY PRIMARY put on the official ballot.
K. The managers of this election
will make returns of same to this
committee on Wednesday, Nov.
28th, at 10 o’clock a. in., in the
office of the Chairman, in said city,
at which time tin* said committee
will officially declare the result of
0. Notice of contest must be tiled
in writing with the chairman of
this committee before 10 o'clock a.
m. on Wednesday. Nov. 28th,
11*00, as otherwise the contest will
not be entertained. ' If any con
test is tiled this committee Mill
hear and determine same at its
meeting on Wednesday. Nov. 2Kth,
W. c. Wuiiiirr, Chairman.
T. I''. R \ \v i s. Secretan .
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OFFICE UP STAIRS IN THE WILCOXON BLDG
TROLLEY LINES A CER
KfTorts to block the construction
of the Atlanta and Carolina Com
pany's trolley lines in Atlanta
have failed. Mayor Woodward
vetoed the ordinance adopted by
the City Council, granting a flan
chine to the Ulanta and Carolina
Company to use certain streets nl
that city for trolley lines. The
Mayor’s veto would have oiledu
ally blocked (lie construction ol
minded of the fact, it is also good
l • > i in to s | icak of the late I'resident
Wickcrshum of the Atlanta A
West Point Wall road.
“The newspapers are making
Atlanta'' is the assertion of Post-
Hinder I (lodge! I of that city. Yes;
and the newspapers ( weekly news
papers, if you please) are making
mati\ other towns in Georgia; de
spite the fact that shortsighted
citizens of said towns frequently
tail to give them the recognition
I (ail road Commissioner Joseph
M. Itrown has written a novel.
Fiction conics right along in the
Commissioner’s line, lie wrote
At a meeting of the City execu
tive Committee on last Monday
evening, the following rules and
regulations were adopted, govern
ing the primary election to be held
on Tuesday, Nov. 27th, for four
Aldermen, four member'- of the
Cit v board of i Idm at ion and t lie
election of a new Kxceutive Com
mittee, to vv it:
1. A primary elect ion will be
held in t lie citv ol Newnan on
Tuesday, Nov. 27. I tint;, foi the
purpose of nominating four candi
date- for the office of Alderman,
four candidates for membership on
the cjtv board of Education, and
the election of a new Executive
Committee, consisting of seven
2. The polls will be opened at 8
n'cloek a. in., at the Connci I < Till til -
her in saiil city, and close at 7
o'clock p. m.
.'(. 'I'llree managers will lie ap
pointed by this committee, together
with the necessary number of
clerks, to conduct the election,
and it shall lie their duty to keep
two tally sheets and two lists of
voters, showing the nunie of each
voter and the total number of
4. Any white voter of lawful
voting age who shall have resided
this State twelve months and
Resolutions of Ministerial As
The Ministerial Association of
this place and vicinity on Nov.
7>th adopted the following:
Whereas, in the Providence of
(iod, Hev. C. O’N. Martindale has;
been called away from Newnan,
(Georgia, to Courtland, Alabama,
to take the pastoral care of the
Presbyterian church of that place:
Therefore, He it Hesolved by the
Newnan Ministerial Association:
First, That in the departure of
Itro. Martindale from our midst
the town of Newnan has lost an
earnest, strong and faithful minis
ter of the gospel, one whose hand
and heart and voice were ever
ready for every good word and
within the city limits six months " OI * <
s,.f it for the railroads during j„ st preceding the date of
unpleasantness in State
William H. 11 curst has annouti
lion, and who shall have register
ed for the regular city election to
be held in said city on the lirst
Saturday in December, ltKMi, and
electric linos to the east and west ced that lie will never again be a who Jshull have
of Atlanta, one of which is plan candidate
lor office, but declares quired of him, and
pmlilicd to vote at
ned to extend from Atlanta to! his intention to light in the ranks
West Point. via Newnan and La- mid help elect bryau to the I’rosi-
<irange, had not ('otincil passed up denc\ in l!*08.
the ordinance over the Mayor's
veto. This action was taken b\
Council last Monday, and resulted
paid all taxes re-
w ho may be
Second, That the Newnan Min
isterial Association has lost one of
its most active, untiring and best
beloved members, and that it is
with deep sorrow we give him up.
Third, That we commend him
with the utmost heartiness to the
people among whom lie lias cast
election, and will agree to support b ' s as a workman that will be
the several candidates who may be tru “ to tn,st committed to
nominated, shall he qualified to b ' m *
In Kirkwood, Missouri, tin
town council has passed an ordi
in a big victory fur the franchise' nance making it a misdemeanor to office
ordinance. Of sixteen councilmmi. tell u lie. W onder why the Kirk
vote in said primary.
r». The four candidates for the
nt Alderman and the four
fifteen of the number being pri
cut and voting, fourteen voted to lute the placet
pass the ordinance over Mayor
Woodward’s voto and one voted
against the proposition.
It is stated that the eight alder
men of the city are, to a man, in
favor of granting this franchise
and that the Hoard of Aldermen
will act in reference to the matter
at a meeting to be held Thursday.
At that time the Hoard will vote
to puss the ordinance over the
Mayor’s veto, and the franchise
will lie granted the Atlanta and
candidates lor membership on the
ouncil is trying to depopu- City Hoard of Education who may
receive a plurality of the votes
cast in said primary election shall
Don’t let the polls close before he declared the nominees, and ns
casting your vote in the piano con
test. Vote early—and perhaps
you’ll feel like voting again before
the contest closes.
It. is announced that New York
fanners elected Hughes. Proba
bly their sentiments were stirred in
bis favor by his resemblance to a
Fourth, That a copy of these re
solutions lie spread upon our min
utes, and a copy be sent to Kro.
Martindale, with every assurance
of our loving regard.
W. S. (iaines,
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.
Hroad cloths in black, white and colors, priced 81.50, 81,25
and 81.00 per yard.
T hese are ver\ 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 do soie silks at 81.25 and 81 per yard.
Hlack taffeta silks, yard wide, at 81.25, 81.00, !)<> cents and
80 cents per yard.
Eight shades yard wide satins for only 81.00 per yard.
One hundred styles of braids and appliques, many rich ef
fects in embroidered all-overs and Kuby-Irish laces.
American Lady corsets, Ladies’ Shoes, medi
um and grades children’s and infants’ shoes,
POTTS <5 PARKS
I such will be entitled to lIn* sup
port of the white voters of said
city in the regular election; and
the seven candidates receiving a
plurality of the votes cast for mem-
bets of the Executive Committee driving * 10U1 Moreland to their
Mule Killed on Railroad.
Last Tuesday morning Mrs. \Y.
McDonald and children were
shall lie declared elected
heme near Sharpsburg and when
(i. The official ballot to be used i ,,eai ' Hills crossing, about lour j p
in said primary will be prepared j m *les south ot Newnan, saw aijj
and furnished by this committee, train approaching on the
and shall contain the names of all -^* ^ " • *’• track. Mrs. McDon-
H u , candidates for the several I was driving a mule and tearing g
i 1 ennsylvama is joined to htr offlwJ8 nrtnUHli T o entitle a ballot the aaimal woul(1 be frightened by j
The North Georgia Conference idols of greed and graft andIre-, U) lie offldftll y counted for persons the train, she got out of the buggy
is in session in Milledgeville this f —— ou ~ -— ' '
week, and the News informs us
that the “servant problem" is
worrying the good women of that
fuses to be divorced. She prefers i ^ caiuli(lates f or Alderman the aml removed the children. This
the grafting old party to any other.
Hut the really pathetic feature
names of lour candidates running occurred in the road at a point j
city, who are trying to entertain ! of these Standard Oil convictions
six hundred visitors and get along is the fact that users of Standard
with a small supply of inefficient products have to pay the fines,
servants. Newnan had similar
experiences last year when Lon
near the crossing. As the train ;
to entitle a ballot to l>e j approached the mule became un
counted for candidates '"anageable, broke awa> Horn
for Alderman must appear there
for membership on the City Board Mrs. McDonald and ran headlong
of Education the names of four: u l ,ou Hie track just as the locomo-
candidates running in said election ^ ve l )asse< l the crossing. Mule
j and buggy were thrown into the
for said office must appear thereon.
Spain is building a new navy.
lerence assembled in this city;, but has not yet decided what na- 1'adding a ticket with names in ditch, the animal killed and
but Newnan came through with tion w ill begiven the job of smash- substitution for the names of those' bu k r Ky wrecked,
flying colors, and doubtless Mil- j n o it.
ledgeville will do the same, despite
the difficulties in the way.
New subscriptions continue to
pour into the News office. At the
present rate of increase the News
will soon be going into the home
of every white family in Coweta
county. This is the end the News
has in view. We want everybody
in this county to read the News.
We know that any person who
the smile that won’t come off’.
escape from death.
regularly announced and recog- Mrs. McDonald was not injured
nized as candidates will not Ik* ber trying experience, but "as
Anyway, the Hon. William Tea allowed; and any part of a ticket ba,b >' frightened by this narrow
lerome lias dropped out of the so padded will Ik.* thrown out in
I’residential possibility class. the official count. Provided, that
failure to strike the requisite mini-
The coal man has fallen heir to >‘ r of ,,ttmes from any portion or
division ol the ticket will not in
validate that portion or division
Rev. R. F. Hodnett.
Rev. H. F. Hodnett, the popu
lar and much lieloved pastor of
Franklin circuit, is nearing the
which may be properly scratched; end of his year’s work. His last
and if a portion or division of any appointment is at Asberry Satur-
Mrs. d. T. Manget entertained ticket should conform to the rules day and Sunday and at Oak Grove
the employees of I*. T. Manget & i of this committee, and a portion or Sunday afternoon. Monday morn-
gives the News a fair trial Go. at a delightful bird and possum division be not in conformity with ing he will leave for LaGrange and
and an unprejudiced reading for a supper last Saturday eveuing. such rules, the portion or division proceed to Milledgeville, where
few months will become a perma-j Eight courses were served; and which may Ik* regular and legal Conference will convene YVedues-
nent subscriber and firm friend of the feature of the evening was the i shall Ik* counted.
Manget had prepared the
The expenses incurred
day. He has a good report with
in probability of all the various as-
| fact Mis
supper and invited the guests holding said election, including sessments being paid up in full—
An inconsiderate Alaljamu gen- without even the suspicion of her the printing of tickets and com- something this circuit hasn’t been
tleman, speaking at the banquet ol husbaud, which made the whole j pensation of the managers and doing heretofore. Bro. Hodnett
the Southern Society in New York affair a complete surprise to him.; clerks, will be assessed by this has greatly endeared himself, not
Gity. refer ml to President of the The guests were Messrs. YY. A. t committee on the several eandi- only to his own flock, but to all
Southern Railroad a" “the late Brannon Y'. K. Manget. Jr., F, G. dates, which assessment must be denominations in his charge, and
Samuel Spencer.’ In explanation Hughes, Jr., M. T. Phillips, R. H. paid iu to the secretary by 10 it is the sincere desire of his many
the gentleman staled that Mr. j Glower, YV
Spencer always rides on his own ! Kirby, J.
railroad. Now that we are re- Richards and E. K. Dent.
p. in. of Saturday, Nov.; friends that he Ik* returned for an-1
Anyone not paying the other year.—Franklin News and
j assessment by that time will be! Banner.
Fall and winter weather is rough on
footwear. The be^t is none too good
to &and its rough usage and keep your
feet dry and warm. The be^l shoe for
this season’s service, according to our
belief and experience, is the Ralston
It is a shoe made of the be^t materi
als money can buy, solid and honest
all thru, and many of the styles we
show have waterproofed soles which
will add much to your comfort. The
inside moulding of Ralston Health
Shoes might be cafled “The Nature
Way,” and your feet will tell you it is
the Right Way. The outside model
ing of these shoes reflects the mo^t ap
proved New York styles. They will
please the mo^t fastidious. They will
Come in and say "Show me.”
W. M. ASKEW,
Successor to AsKew Bros.