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inhumed atemcranea, relieve! tne
tr.nl taat taunea the trtiubie. a
a a * e-( e r 7 <irtp he.pa to
irr*ci<'.ten ytur .1^-43. yj! 1 ,
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•i"' ' ■ < I'd FI'.'ope tbere-
for-, ahif^.-wr^.-i ha^e ir.i-reated tneir
fltM so er.orrr.i.'.dr aa t/j a** U~t ieri-
MMly our it port tra.'li’- A < a* - / a
pie of 'r.i'ai' eyorbitarriea ».■ ^ iote
from a .ate ; *■■»,* of the favarr.sh F'reai
the «rhed . e of rate* 00 entton from
that pr rt to eiarht. of the leadir.gr porta
of flu rope- ai rorr.parad with the rate i
ir. efferr, prior to the war
To fireme- present rate 11' To,
•trairar. t! T'» a oale.
To t»other ourk present rate 511 i',,
asrair. at 5.:
To ftotterdam, pre-aent rate 512
ara.-a* Sd To.
To Havre, present rate V- V>, asrair it
To Genoa, present rate a/ai.ntt
To Ihverpool and .Vfa- "he<--pr >-
ent rate Jl ?,*», asramat I!.7’,.
To Barcelona, present rate 1.7,
a^air at 5.': 2.7.
FIrpreased in lariirer and more etaar-
jrenr.sr fizurei, durir.tr the month of
Jar oar/ cotton tc» the v a I je of u ■■ a- I
a 0 .arter million dollar* wa* exported
from -avar -an to foreign porta, and
15*e freight charge 'in the** shipment*
aggregated over two million dollar*.
It wa* to meet t.hn situation and re
lieve the distress i~a, JW /j f,y (fo f . 01 jtra-
geoui exactions of the shipping trust
that the .Ship Purchase Mil was framed
and its passage urged by President
Wilson and the Administration leaders
in Congress. The bill passed the
House readily, notwithstanding the ot>-
poaition of Pepublicana in that body,
and went to the Henate with all the in-
floence and backing that the Admini*
tratior. ccsjld put tiehind it. In that
body, hxiweyer, the Republican mem
ber* have taken a determined stand
sgsinst it. even resorting to filibuster
ing tactics to defeat the measure. Af
ter nearly two weeks of futile spar
ring between the two factions, and
much unprofitable debate, a crisis was
reached on Monday last when a mo
tion was made to recommit the bill,
the purpose and probable effect of
which would be to bottle it up in com
mittee and prevent it from coming up
again during the present session. Sur
prising to state, the motion to recom
mit was made by Senator Clarke, of
Arkansas. Voting with Clarke on the
proposition were Smith and Hardwick
of Georgia. Bankhead of Alabama,
Bryan of Florida, Vsrdarnan of Missis
sippi, (arnden of Kentucky, O’Gorman
of New York, and Hitchcock of Ne
braska all liemocrats, and al! South
erners save the two last named.
To say that the revolt of the two
Georgia Senators was n shock to their
thousands of friends and constituents
here at home would not ndeijuately de
scribe the state of feeling existing at
present especially among the farming
class, who have suffered, arid are yet
suffering, such severe hardships from
the very cause which the Ship Pur
chase hill was designed to remedy.
What make* the course of tin- two
Georgia Secator* more amazing still is
the fact that the hill in question is
strictly a parly measure, agreed to in
caucus and sponsored hy the Adminis
tration. and that in voting with the
Republicans to smother the full in the
committee room, thereby preventing
II* passage at the present session, they
joiner! the opposition in its vicious ef
forts to discredit and embarrass the
In a statement issued Wednesday
Senator Smith undertook to explain
his vote on the motion to recommit by
saying hi- objected to h ruling of the
President of the Senate, who held that
•'the motion to reeommit was cut of
order hocau-c a call had been made for
the yea* and nays. ” Wo fail to see,
however, wherein a mere parliaments
ry quibble should furnish sufficient ex
cuse for Senator Smith to desert his
colleagues on the Democratic side on a
plain, clean-cut party issue. In other
word*, his explanation does not seem
Senator Hardwick is more pert in his
rxpUna':o>', an I rather more bump
tioua. He 1* simply opposed to Govern-
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I -, -veer agency can nr » do this
T ' » *d: v»r c proper r...-,r, V, ' • ".-ei'u,
does rr.or* for hi.» town tear. *r,j ten
men, ir.d in fvrneaa he ought to be
• . .ported not because 7 -,u . <e -. m or
urtrr. wnti.npfa. but beca.se :t is
•.he vest investment a common 7 car.
mage It may nor. be on . ar.tr/ ed ted.
out oaocially r is mr.r' of a oer.*: t to
tee - .mmunity than tne preacher or
teacher To-day the editor* <f ioca. pa
ver* do more for the -a.*t money of ar./
people or. earth ’
Ev«n the Atlanta Journal is Sur
It :* a matter of xeen surprise and
disappointment that .Senator* from
Georgia with seven other Democrats,
voted with the Ftepi.b, tans to recom
mit the Ship Purr -.aee bill. The Ship
Purchase bill is one of tne most impor
tant measures the present Congress has
considered, important, to tne industry
and commerce of tne entire country,
and especially so to the booth. f.'pon
its enactment depend* very largely tne
d je development of the nation’.* fore.gn
trade and the due recovery of the
South's cotton inter- **< The bill 1.1 an
Administration measure It .* a party
measure, having received the a.i but
uoammou* pledge of *jpp.»rr. from a
■aucijs of Senate Democrat* To re
commit the bill at. this stage will mean
its aimer*', --.rain defeat, ari l to desert
the Administration and the party at *0
crucial a juncture would tie painfully
counter to what the people of Georgia
expert of their Senator*. We are loath
to believe that Senators Smith and
Hardwick would pursue such a course;
it. would be contrary to their record of
service and loyalty. We hope that, en
suing events will throw a different
light upon their position as it now
Fertilizer Sales Will Be 25 Per
ft*vann*h P r***
The movement of commercial fertil
izers, which begin* les* than two weeks
hence, will be at least 2.7 to 30 percent,
less than that of a year ago, according
to well-informed men of the trade.
The decrease, however, will not
be caused, a* popularly supposed, by
lack of raw commodities with which to
prepare the finished commercial article,
but rather will be due to a retrenching
policy on the part of the farmers be
cause of the realization of the fact, that
the cotton acreage must, he reduced
throughout the producing belt. The
inquiries to date, according to a prom
inent local manufacturer, have been
lighter than in a number of years, in
dicating that the farmers in many in
stances who have heretofore been lib
eral buyers will <lu without their usual
supply of guano this year, depending
largely on compost
Negroes Must Work or Move On,
Brooklyn, Gi, Jan 23 —in addition
to cutting ihe cotton acreage at least
one h »lf, the farmers of thi* section a> e
particular at to woo Mils th • few r>-
mammy acres no alreaiy planted jn
oats, wheat, etc.
The shiftb-s* n-'gro »hi hi* alwiys
finish-- ) gathering his crop with a Urge
debt still unpaid. Will have a hird time
of it this year, for it will be difficult
for him to find a home.
I.mdlords are telling the negroes that
if they living on their own half of the
cr •(> they may go to work; otherwise
they must mov- on
Frank Case Comes up Feb. 23.
Washington, Feb. 1 C. Wh>*el*-r
Mangum, sheriff of Fulton county,
Georgia, npp-ared in the Supreme Court
lo day to make answer to the charge of
app -al by Leo M Frank, in his habeas
corpus jirnce*- lings Frank i* committed
to the custody of lh« sheriff.
It was explained that for nil apptar-
ance to th“ appeal no ic* was usually
made by the attorneys for the Slate,
hut the sheriff said he w.inte.l no dere
liction of djty charged to him The
F r ink case was set fur a hearing ou
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our neighbors and
friends for the kindness and sympathy
shown us during the sickness and upon
the death of our dear fulh*r. Basil
Smith. May the Lord bless each and
Mr and Mrs J, K. Polk.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M Hindsman.
The Liver Regulates the Body A
Sluggish Liver Needs Care.
Someone has said that people with
rhromr liver complaint should ne shut
uii HW»y from humarity, for they are
pessimists and See through a “glass
darkly. ’ Why? Because mental states
depend upon physical slates Bilious
ness, headsches, dizziness and consti
pation disaotiear iftei using Dr. King’s
New Life Pills. 25c. at your druggist’s.
M.uv.a Cnunt/ C\
Again t » — < * received one ::
those .if * - - ■"! f.--.m i pc.s-ir.A.r-'
which '.id f- »crd 'Fiefuaec on
One 1 v.- • .-.a,;-cera had actua / •*-
f .ted f mx* ' * iaoer -'.c of the pus--
offA-e. A- iovr.de- -t w-.at s%.* wrong
ween *cr.eth *.g g’.es wring
with the cm.*.try ".e Government i>
' t to v-at gate wi
find out what * the matter. And the
first th eg the tr.rr.n-. *• ir. nvtst gates
.* me man wr.o maxes the “holler.
no we appic nted a comrr.iaarso*. cons
- / .' - a tig i * v * a. • f
this man t Refused notice. We
didn't has* *o go our anywhere to do t.
Ae just sat r. the edi'or *. uneasy cha -
and turned the eaves -,f oar sunec.-.p- ■
tion book unul we came to his name
an/3 'here .-.get he ft re our eyes. , ,.tt
aa plain a.* tne nose on 7our face, was
This man had been receiving The C •-
izen for three eng years wstnout pay
ing one cent for ;t. and when he got
our bill he didn ■ have the, manhood
teil ua hut ordered the postmaster to
mark it • Ref,ted ”
We do not xr.ow whether there ;* a
“.axe of fire ’ in tn- hereafter, but .f
there m'l there
for just lie: rarasitea as this man.
Car! of Thanks.
We des.re to express our heartfi.t
gratitude to ou* ne-gPoors a.vi frier.3*
for the prompt and *.. mg assistance
r- r.dered us during the severe sickness
and upon the death of our dear litt.e
f.ucile. May the riches* blessings if
eid he your* through life
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B Carmichae.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Carmichael.
Turin, Ga.. Feb. 2L
Better Times In Sight.
Few thing* could make a more suo-
atantial contribution to the restorat.m
of confiderce so much desired in the
South than the a -arty advance in tr,e
price of cotton With the staple ael.oog
at H cents, and October quoted on me
New York exchange at but a fraction un
d°r 2 cent , the rnirket ''begins to look
lilt* something’’ to the farmer and the
business man, and there is a decided im
provement in the state of feeling in
business circles If the South can sell
the rest of the 1314 cotton crop at
prices averaging - cents, our troubles
and difficulties win rapidly vanish, and
the industrial South will be bumming
as of old when summer comes again.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our good neighbors
and friends for the kindness so willing
ly shown us during the sickness and :
apon the death of our dear mother and
grandmother. May God bless every
one. W. E. Herring,
Mrs. J. H. Bean,
Mrs. G. T. Drake,
Mrs. L. W. Drake.
— In the beginning God created the
heavens and the earth; next the editor,
and the liberal advertiser —which were
good The next day it snowed and He
created the man who does not believe
in advertising —then He rested. Then
the devil got into the moulding-room
and created the man who takes the pa
per for several years and fails to pay
for it. After he had accomplished that
sorry job, and had a few more lumps
left, he created the man who settles his
subscription hy asking the postmaster
to mark his paper “refused/’
--Where, and when, will it end, this
business of creating new counties? On!v
one State in ihe Union has more coun
ties than Georgia, and that is Texas,
which has five times more area. There
are fifteen other States larger than
Georgia —four of them twice as large,
two of them three times as large—and
not a single one of them begins to ap
proach Georgia in the number of coun-
1 ties. Califorria, triple the size of Geor
gia, has only one-third as many coun
ties; Illinois only one hundred and two.
1 — Macon News.
Eyes over which the wool can be
pulled n> ver see clearly anyway.
“Did ynu put in fresh water for the
“No, mum; th»y ain't drunk up what
I gave th“m yesterday.”
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S3 jj ■ •- *:: or/oris. r-ecuT-td to $o.95
$4.00 ues and oxford reduced to 3.15
S3.50 je: a.r.d oironic, red'- :ed to 2.85
55 .0 • >.:e• ir.i oiiori*. recited to 2.15
[ have or.e bar-ain. .ot of .acies rumps and oxfords, in c’.zes -
to 4: regular pri tec.'S3. S3.50 and $4: all in one lot, priced at $1 pair.
i have a bir lot t: men’s work, cloves, regular prices $1 2d ana
S : .50. r he famous Os turn make, of Chicago, reduced to 99c
I trive awav a rair of $-3.50 shoes every Saturday.
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Letters of Dismission.
GEORG IA —Coweta County:
Mm. f.-orsria Riarsby, ccaardian of Corrib Rifirt-
b7. havirsr appli«<i to the Court of Ordinary of
said coar.ty for letters of dismission from her said
trust, all persona concerned are required to show
cause in said Court by the ft rat Monday in March
next, if any they can. why said application should
not be granted. This Feb. 2. 1&15. Pm. fee. $2.
L- A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Dismission.
Ira H. Bennett, administrator de bonis non on
the estate of Rufus Pa^e. deceased, having? applied
to the Court of Ordinary of said county for letters
of dismission from his said trust, all persona con
cerned are required to show cause in said Court by
the fir> f Monday in March next, if any they can.
why said application should not be granted. This
Feb. 2 IjIa. Pm. fe<*. $.2.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Dismission.
Otia Chandler, executor of the will of
John Chand’er. deceased, having applied to the
Court of Ordinary of said county for letters of
dismission from his said trust, all persona con
cerned are required to ?h“*.w cause in said Court
by the first Monday in March next, if any tne?
can. why said application should not be granted.
This Feb. 2. 1915. Tm. fee. IA
L. A. PERDL'E. Ordinary.
$100 Reward, $100.
The read ••re of this r*»pcr will bv pleaa«d to
I i-nrn that thcr»* is at '<>aa« rne dreaded d .'*aae
th *cience has b-en able to cure in nil its s.
and that iacatsrrh Hall’s Catarrh Cure 1 -t the
| only p-»s|Mve rur * now known to th** m«*d!ca! fra
ternity Catarrh h<*ing a constitutional disease,
j r»rj iir.-s s c »nsti*utional treatmen*. Hall s Ca-
I »arrh Cur.- is tak^n internally, acting dirrct.y
! u*K>n the blood and mucous surinccs of the sys
tem thereby destn^ving the foundation of the
; *itseas«> ar,«l mvinv the patient strength by build-
] log up‘he coestrution and assisting nature m
doimr it« work. The proprietor! have so much
laifh in i-« curative powers that th. y offer t)t.e
Hundred Dollar - for any case that it fail.** to cure.
Send (or lists of testimonials. Address
F J. CHENEY & CO..
Sold by all druggists. 73c. Toledo, Ohio.
1 skp Hall s Family Pills for constipatior .
Letters of Dismission.
GEORGIA - Coweta Col sty:
T. F. Rawls, administrator on the estate of So-
phmma Wneat. deceased, having applied m ihe
Court of Ordinary of said county for letters of «iis-
miaatori from his said trust, all persona concerned
are requtrtd to show cause in said Court by th*-
first Monday in March next, if any they can. why
auid application should not be granted. This Fib.
2, 1*13. Pra. fee. W
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Dismission.
E W. Bohannon, a»iminii«r.rator on the estate o?
J P Bohanror.. deceased, having applied to the
C^urtof Ordinary of said county for letters of
dismission from hi- said trust, all persons con-
cttkI nr** required *-o show cause in “aid Court
by the first Monday in March next, if any they
ran. eh 1 , -*aid application should not be granted.
This Feb. 2. 1315. Pm. fee. $3
L. V PERDUE. Ordinary.
Letters of Administration.
L P Neill having applied to the Court of Ordi
nary of sail county tor letters of administra
tion on the estate **f Mm. Willie A. Bradley, de
ceased. al! persons concerned ar** required to thow
cau.ac in *aid Court by the first Monday in March
next, if any they can. why said application shomd
not be granted. This Feb. 4. 1915. Prs. fee. $.2.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
GEORGIA— Cowet* County:
Notice is hereby given to all creditors of the es
tate of Elizabeth Worthed, late of aa d coun
ty, dec^aa^d. to render in an account of their de
mands to me within the time pr**scribed iy a*-,
pronerly made out. and all peraona inOebr d to
M d deceased are hereby requ**a*ed to make ir. rro-
diate pajmrnt to Ihe undersigned. Tnia Pet. 5
1915. Pi a. fe*. SJ 77
P M. WALTOM. Executor.
Proposals for Postoffice Supplies.
IT. S. Postoffice Newman. Ga.
Office of custodian. Jan. 1. 1915.
Sealed proposals will be received at this
building until 2 o'clock p. m.. Feh. 16. 1915. and
tnen open-vj. for furnishing electric current, wa
ter. ic»*. a^d rr.iac* lianeous supplies, removing
ashes ard washing tow** a. during tho fiscal year
ending June 30. 19 t. Seale.1 proposals will also
bo received ur.til 2 *'-i kik p. rn . April U. 1915, and
then op**red. fur • : ..r.s b.turmnnus ccat and two
cor is of wood. Tne rt^rhl to reject any and all
bids is reserved by the Treasury Departnsent.
Stsio 31. ATKINSON. Cubtodian. I
Citation to Compel Title to Land.
i GEORGIA—Coweta County:
C. E. Eady. as transferee of a bond for title fex
ecuted by T. E. Zellam. before his death, to Ike
Wilkinson ar.d Mac Thornton) haying applied to
the Court of Ordinary of said county for an order
to compel the administrator of the estate of the
i $aid T. E. Zellam, deceased, to execute to him. the
said C. E. Eady. as said transferee of said bond
for title, title to tne land described in said bend
for title. All persons concerned are hereby noti-
i ned that I will pass upon said application at the
March term. 1915. of the Court of Ordinary of said
county. Ihi3 Feb. 2. 1SL5- Prs. fee. S3.31.
L. A. PERDUE. Ordinary.
Notice in Bankruptcy.
| In. the District Court of the United States for the
Northern District of Georgia.
Ir. re J. D. Payton. Bankrupt:
To the creditors in the above stated matter: You
are hereby notified that the trustee in the above
case filed his final report on the 1st day of Febru
ary. 1915, and that the final meeting of creditors
I ir. said case will beheld at my office in New nan.
Ga.. at 9 o'clock a. m. on the 16th day of Februa
ry. A. D.. for the purpose of examining and pass
ing on said report, and for any and all other busi
ness that may properly come before said meeting.
* ALVAN D. FREEMAN.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
New nan, Ga.. Feb. 4. 1915.
Sheriff's Sales for March.
GEORGIA-Co wet a County:
Will be sold before the Court-house door in New.
nan. Coweta county. Ga.. on the first Tuesday in
March next, between the legal hours of sale, to
the highest and best bidder, the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
Fifty acres of land situate in th® Second district
| of Coweta county. Ga.. the same being the south-
, east quarter of land lot No. 9b. ani being the fifty
acres of land willed to defendant by his father. R.
W. Hendrix, late of said county. Levied on as the
property of W. A. Herdr x to satisfy a fi. fa. is
sued from the City Court of Fitzgerald in favor of
Farmers' Supply Co. vs. the raid SY. A. Hendrix.
Defendant in fi. fa. notified in terms of the iaw
This Feb 3. 1915. Prs. fee. 34-21.
Also, at tne same time and place, one thousand
bundles fodder, more or less, stored in a barn on
farm; also, l.SOO lbs. seed cotton, more or less.
ga*hered. and 12.000 lbs. seed cotton, more or l^ss,
ungathered; also. 150 bushels corn, more or less.
■ ungathered. Levied on as the property of West
Gay to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Coweta Supe
rior Court in favor of Armour Fertilizer Works vs.
the said West Gay. Defendant in fi la. notified in
terms of the law. This Oct. 1914. Fm. fee. 33.
AIM), a: the sam° time and place, one large bay
horse with blaze face and white feet, about 12
j years old; also, one rubber-tired top buggy, end
1 springs, painted black, and one set harness. Lev
ied on a- the property of Earnest Zachary to sat
isfy a fi. fa. issued from the City Court of Newnan
n favor of W. B. Baggarly vs, the said Earnest
Zachary. Defendant in fi. fa. notified in terms of
the law. Levy made by R. W. Jackson, Depu'y
1 Sheriff, and turned over to me. This Feb. 4. 1915.
Pra. fee. $3.
Also, at the same time place, one panel-seat
rubber-tired open buggy, high «»rch axle, made by
J. G Smith & Sons; also, one set harness. Levied
1 or. as tne property » f Joe Stokes and Fred Stokes
to satisfy a mortgage fi. fa. issued from the City
i Court of Newnan in favor of W. B. BaggarJy vs.
the said Joe Stokes and Fr*d Stokes. Defendants
in fi fa. notified in terms of the law. Levy mace
by R. W. Jackson. Deputy Sheriff and turned
; over to me. This Jan. 30. 1915.
Ai**o. at the sam -• time an 1 place, two hales lint
! cotton stored in Fedwire* warehouse at Ty-
j rone, Ga . arid weighing 5?5 and 464 pounds, re
spectively. Levied on as the property of V*.
W. Haden tu aat'sfy a uiatr* as warrant isaued
! from tne Justice Court of the 646'.h district. G. M.,
' and returnable to the City Court of Newnan. in
favor of Mrs. Lizzie G. Hader. T3. the said W. W.
Haden. Defendant notified in terms of the
|»* by R. W. Jackson. Deputy
Sheriff, and turned over to me. This Jan. 9. 1915.
Prs. fee. S3. J. D. BREWSTER. Sheriff.
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