Inside and Outside
If you would be
healthy, strong and
happy. Baths keep the skin
clean and in pood condition. But
what about the inside of the liodyl
You can no more airord to neplect it
than the outside. It is just as import
ant Ihnt the system he cleansed of the poisonous
impurities caused by weakness of the digestive organs
or by inactivity of the liver.
Golden Medical Discovery
(In Tablet or Liquid Form)
Cle*n*<w the system—and more. It puts the llvor in such a condition of
hcmllh that it purines the blood—ns it should. It helps the stomach
digost food so that it makes good blood—rich, red blood to nourish and
ntronjfthon nil tho organa.
You may avail yotimol? of ib» tonic, revivifying Influence by getting &
bottle or a box of tablota from your jnedlclno dealer—or Bend 60c for m
trinl box. Addrpsfl hh below.
"Dr Pierce's Common Henan Medical Adviser"—a French cloth bound book of
lfKiH nayca on receipt of .11 one-cant itarnp* to cover mailing charaua. Addreaa
j)r. V.M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
NEWNAN, FRIDAY, MAR. 12.
P II Y Ms I 8 IN Is ENT.
When I'hyllin does her Imir In Lent,
That am non of the penitent
Becomea n time of joy with me;
I wnndiip w ith alacrity.
On other dnya of nil the year
Dear Phyllis' Imir In fie riirunur,
Wilh curled waven runnime o'er and o'er,
Or lofty tlern of pompadour.
With bandeaux, com bn and fearsome thinga
That aland upriuht on apirnl Hprimr*.
An aWfHorne hend it Neetna to he
To almple mortal man like me.
Hut parted now in naintly arrnee,
So noftly framing in her face,
Ami ntnnothly bunded aw u mm
J know full well thut Lent'n bcRiin.
And when In dim. relitrloun nook
She «ltn apart wilh neriouM look.
The woman In her aeenta to Htir
Ami draw my heart riaht out to her.
And like I he faithful old Dog Tray.
I hang around the livelong day;
For It Ih time divinely apent
To worahlp I'hylliH' hair In Lent!
And I would fuel for forty dnya,
And penance do in divera wayn,
So 1 miirht be omnipotent
To keep her hair aa It la In Lent!
—f Eileen Morelia.
Of the Grand Jury Chosen and Sworn
for the March Term, 1915, of
Cowota Superior Court.
To His Honor, It. W. Freeman, Judge
of the Superior Court of Coweta coun
ty, (la.: We, the grand jury, summoned
ami sworn to serve for the March term,
1915, heg to submit the following gen
CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT.
We have examined the books of this
official and lind them neatly kept and
correct, so far ns our examination re
Wo lind the Ordinary’s books well
kept, presenting a nent appearance.
Wo lind, after a careful examination of
the list of pensioners, thut all those on
the roll in this county are entitled to
We (ind the books of the Tax Collec
tor very creditably kept. We find that
$1,115 has been collected to date, rep
resenting the special and corporation
tax, which is legally due Jan. 1 of each
year. We find that there were 179 special
taxpayers in 1914, hut of this number
only 59 have registered so far this year.
The law prescribes that every corpora
tion, firm or individual subject to this
tax shall register with the Ordinary and
tiny the registration fee of $1 by Jan. 1
of each year; then pay the amount of
the tHX to the Tax Collector. We rec
ommend thut tho Ordinary and Tax
Collector he especially vigilant in the
collection of these tuxes. We lind that
$118,896 of State and county taxes for
1914 have been collected and turned over
to the proper authorities, leaving only a
small per cent, uncollected.
We find the returns of this official
properly filed and indexed, and we wish
to commend him for the neat appear
ance of his office.
We find the books and records of this
office neatly kept and correct, so far as i
we could determine from the limited
time we had for examination.
COUNTY SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
We find tho hooks of this official neat
ly kept und correct, as far as we were
able to ascertain We have been fur
nished the following figures by the
Receipts 1914.. . $22,709 96
Disbursements 1914 . 22,709 3t>
In State Treasury to county's
credit, balance 1914 appro
priation 115,356 67
In State Treasury to county's
credit, 1916 appropriation 32,908 25
We learn that this official is confined
at home by illness, and made no inves
tigation of this office.
J. P. 8 AMI N. P.'S DOCKETS
We have examined the hooks of all
the districts except one, (1139th.) There
is considerable looseness and irregulari
ty about the records. With few excep
tions, the indexes are incomplete, or
not arranged alphabetically. The records
of cases were frequently not complete;
dutes sometimes fail to appear; dispo
sition of cases does not always appear
properly. We recommend thut Justices
take more pains with these records, and
especially recommend that each case lie
properly indexed untier its proper letter
when the record is made.
We append herewith report of F. M.
Dennis, Treasurer, from Sept. 1, 1914,
to Jan. 1, 1915; also, the report of J.
M. Stallings, Treasurer, from Jan. 1,
1915, to March 1, 1915—
Report of /-. M. Dennis, Treasurer, oj
Receipts ami Disbursements From
Sept. I, I'J.'J,, to ./an. I, 1015.
31. Balance .$25,269 i»0
"Oct. H. W L Crucc, Superintendent
Oct. H. <'uliibiMiHf rent. Jund und July
Oct. 20. Huckrt to W S Askew Co
Nov. 2. H J Fry. TC
Nov. 10. W L Cruce. Superintendent
Dee. 9. M J Fry. TC
Dee. 10. Kent eiilubouse Dee. hi to Jan.
Dee. 24. Overpayment to Fronton Hern
don on lumber
D«< 29. I» J Frv. TC
Dec. 3o. W. 1, Crueo, Superintendent • .
Jan. 30. T G Farmer, jr.. Clerk 29 26
Feb. 2. B J Fry. T. C 6 2x0 60
Feb. 3. W O DavK Supeiviaor 18 00
Feb. I*. TG Farmer, jr.. Clerk 46 94
F**b. 21. (i N Strong. Supervisor 54 00
Feb. 21. W J Tnrleton. Supervlaor 39 00
Feb 24. E K Wltrher. Supervlaor 36 00
Feb. 21. O B Brooks. Supervlaor 12 00
Feb. 24. John Kidd, Supervlaor 9 00
Feb. 24. J E Boone, Supervisor 3 00
Feb. 24. J K Bailey. Suporviaor 6 00
Feb. 24. E C Adcock. Supervisor 30 00
Feb. 24. J W Hutchinson. Supervisor 18 00
Feb. 25. T G Farmer, jr., Clerk 2 60
... $27,709 21
voucher* for January
Account No. I By canceled vouchers
Account No. 2. Ity canceled voucher*
Account No. :t. By canceled vouchors
Account No. 1. By canceled voucher*
Account No. ... Ity canceled vouchors
Account No. 7. By ranee etl vouchers
Jan. 1, 1916. Balance to J M Stalling*
$ 3.420 45
2 426 ft
2 0 1 10
41 312 18
$64 506 36
Report of F. M. Pronin, 'J iensurer,
livedpt8 ami Disbursements From
Sept. 7. 19U, to ./an. 7, 1915.
PUBLIC HOAD FUND.
Sept. '.. Balance $
Sept. 2. J K Jacob*
Sept. 2, T A Crowder
Sept. 2. Othnl Morgan
Sept. 2. G A Con try
Sept. 2. L G ur atktna
Sept. 2. A B Went
Sept. 2. J W Hutchinson
Sept. 2. G L Warren
Sept. 2. W J Tnrleton
Sept. 4. K T Evitnn
Sept. 5. R L Pitman.
Sept. 19. F. D Johnson.
Oct. 7. ED Johnaon
Del. 7. Othel Morgan
Oct. 7. .1 U Jacob*
Oct. 7. L G Wutkinn
Oct. 7. W J Tnrleton
Dot. 7. T A Crowder .
Oct. 7 A H Went
Oct. 7. W J Wood
Oct. 7. WO David
OcL 7. K I. Pitman-
Oct. 7. C A Gentry
Oct. 8. G L Wnrrcn
Oct. s. Emmett Pope, line. (T G Farmer,
jr.. Clerk) ....
Oct. 12 W .1 Tnrleton
Oct. 13, E T EvsIIih
Oct. 14. W J Wood
Oct. 16. U l. ritmnn
Nov. 2. B J Fry. T t
Nov. 4. Othel Morgan
Nov. 4. A II Went
Nov. 4. T A Crowder
Nov. 4. G L Warren
Nov. 4. C A Gentry
Nov. 7. W .1 Tnrleton
Nov. 7. Fine pnid i’uul Stoke*, defaulter
Nov. 12. Automobile tax from W J Speer.
Dec. J. J W Hutch!noon. *
D h\ 2. <5 1. Warren
Dec. 2. T A Crowder
Din:. 3. Oarar Gnmcl. rond defaulter.
Dec. E I'Mwnr Gnt». rond defaulter
Dec. 3 C Icon) J ones, rond defaulter.
Dec. : Return ousts in Goo. Lewis cane
Dae. 9. B J Prv. T C
Dec. 16. U .1 Wood
Doe. 16 u i Pitman
Dec. 16. T A Crowder
Dec. 17. C A Gentry
Dec. 21 U .1 l v\ T. G
Dec. u \ H Went
Dec 31. Dial Malcolm.
Dec. 31 Gu.vm Alexander
Dec. 31. 11 J Fry. T. C
Total .... • • • ......
By canceled vouchers tendered srrand
Jan. 1. Balance to J* M Stallings*. Treas
lit port of J. M. Stallings, Treasurer of
Account No. 1. January vouchers
AcvNMint No. 1, February voucher*
Account No. J January vouchers
Account No. 2. February vouchers
Account No. X. January vouchers
Account Niv February vouchers
Account No. 4. January vouchers
Account Nix 4 February vouchers
them for the excellent system of book- i Account No 6 January \ <uch«r*
- ., . . . Account No. 5. February voucher*
kteping they now employ, and believe Account No. 7. January vouchers
the county will annually save a large Account No. 7. Ecbru.ry voucher*
sum of money by thin method.
We find the books neat, and kept in a
business like manner. We commend
Jan. 2. Baiun
Jan. 4. B J Fry. T. C
Jan. 11. T G Farmer, jr.. Clerk
Jan. 13. TG Farmer. jr.. Clerk
Feb. 8. B J Fry. T. C
Feb. 4. TU Farmer, jr . Clerk
Feb. 11. T G Farmer, jr.. Clerk.
Feb 12 TG Farmer. ir. Clerk
Feb. 2.S. T G Farmer, jr.. Clerk
F M Dennis. Treasurer $11,342 IS
Balance $ 8,608 03
VTotal $27.709 21
We find at the County Farm the fol
lowing inmates, viz; 1 white male, 14
females; 7 colored males, 5 colored fe
males; total number of inmates, 28.
Also, 1 mule, 1 horse, 5 pigs, 150
buBhels corn, 2,000 bundles fodder, 1
two-horse wagon and a lot of chickens.
We find the houses in fairly good re
pair; also the bedding fairly good.
Thirty-five acres are in cultivation.
Two luhorers are employed to do the
farm work at a cost of $200 per year.
About 75 acres are rented out, for which
the county receives 10 bales of cotton.
We find very little complaint from
the inmates, They are well looked af
tor. Cost of inmates is $8 per month.
We recommend that the houses be
We find the court-house in fine shape.
We find the jail in very good condition.
The walls of the first floor of the dwell
ing portion need tinting or whitewash
ing. Also, some of the steam pipes
We find the tiling on the west side of
the jail needs repairing.
We recommend that a fence be built
around the jail. We also think a coal
bin should be built, as tho coal now
piled against the wall of the jail is not
the proper place for it, and is liable to
damage the wall.
COUNTY CONVICT CAMP.
We found 80 convicts in camp, 4
guards, I yard man, and 1 engineer;
and, with the superintendent, making a
total of 87 men fed in camp.
We also fi und 80 mattreBses, 840
blankets, 175 suits, 5 wagons, 4 wheel
ers, 20 carts, 2 grade plows, 40 shovels,
Sji.r.oc ,w 45 picks and 4 axes. We find the cost
f building the present road to be about
$3 000 a mile.
We found the cost of feeding the men
February to tie 13,1 cents per day,
and iho cost of feeding the stock 39
cents ppr day.
O-ving to the high cost of maintain
ing the chaingang, we recommend that
the Commissioners of Roads and Reve
nue make a thorough investigation of
the cost of working our roads by con
tract. Under the rules und regulations
of the Prison Commission of Georgia a
felon can only be worked under cer
tain conditions, and the warder, is forced
to abide by the rules governing same.
Under a system of contract labor these
conditions would not prevail, and we
think a great saving of money would
result to the county. At any rate, the
investigation is worthy of considers
tion, and we earnestly recommend that
it be made.
We desire to go on record as opposed
to the continuance of the 36-foot road
now being worked, and known as the
Newnan-Atlanta road. We think that
a much narrower road is sufficient to
accommodate all present and future
We heartily approve the recent order
of the board in putting a repair gang on
the roads. Complaint has been general
throughout the, county that all of the
important highways were badly in need
of repairs, and the action of the board
will meet with general approval.
We earnestly recommend that the
Commissioners of Roads and Revenue
purchase a new map of the county.
The present map of the county was
made in 1870, and since then there have
been many changes in the original
county lines. A new map will greatly
facilitate the work of the Tax Receiver,
and we believe that the map will be
paid for by the consequent increase of
We recommend that the compensa
tion of the Commissioners of Roads
and Revenue for 1915 he fixed at $50
each, as prescribed by law.
We recommend the following names
for appointment as N. l’.'s and ex-offi-
cio J. P.'s, viz; 691st district, G. M.,
H. B. Sasser; 647th district, G. M., E.
W. Burson; 755th district, G. M., J. A.
We recommend the appointment of j
Dr. W. L. Woodroof as a member of j
the County Board of Health, and that
his compensation be fixed at $2 per diem
! for attending regulurly ordered meet-
1 'ts6 re We wish to express our appreciation
•** it : of the clear and forceful charge given j
scs oo our body by His Honor, Judge R. W.
| Freeman; also for his uniform courtesy
t.» 73 i and consideration to us, and we hereby
5 042 72 i * i
4s 40 I commend him for his fearless, faithful ■
ROSARY HILL HOME
Tells How Vinol Restores
Strength and Vitality to the
Weak, Worn-Out Ones in
Rosary Hill Home, Hawthorne, N.Y-
— “I have been at work among the sick
and poor for nearly eighteen years, and
whenever I have used Vinol for run
down, weak or emaciated patients, they
have been visibly benefited by it One
patient, a young woman, was so weak
and ill she could hardly creep to my door
for aid, and was leaning on a friend’s
arm. I supplied Vinol to her liberally
and in a month when she returned to
thank me 1 hardly recognized her. She
was strong, her color charming and her
cheeks rounded out. These words are
uttered from my heart, in order that
more people may know about Vinol, as
there is nothing makes me happier in
the world than to relieve the sick.”—
Mother M. Alpiionsa Lathrop.O.S.D.,
Such disinterested and reliable testi
mony should convince everyone of the
merits of Vinol, our delicious cod liver
and iron tonic to build up health and
strength for all weakened and nervous
conditions, whether caused from over
work, worry orchronic coughs and colds.
If Vinol fails to benefit we return your
JOHN R. CATES DRUG CO., Newnan
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
Onr Seed Irish Potatoes are strictly Eastern raised, and guar
anteed. If you plant our potatoes it means a sure crop.
this body, as well as for his effective
and judicious prosecution of violators
of the law.
We recommend that these present
ments be published in The Newnan Her
ald and the Senoia Enterprise-Gazette,
and that they be paid $10 each for
same. Henry C. Arnall, sr., Foreman,
John A. Gable,
Benjamin M. Drake,
Daniel B. Lambert,
Allen H. Jones,
Eppienetus P. Floyd,
. Charles W. Reese,
Memory H. Overby,
Robert J. Stewart,
James R. Thurman,
Edgar W. Bohannon,
Sylvanus G. Allen,
John A. Bradbury,
Leonard E. V ood,
John G. Carmichael,
Glenn O. Scroggin,
Danville L. Puckett,
John W. Summers,
Starling V. Carpenter,
Wiley J. Scott,
Joseph L. Brown,
James It. Gable,
Thomas S. Parrott.
It is ordered, That the within gen
eral presentments be spread upon the
minutes and published as recommended
therein. This March 5, 1915.
R. W. Freeman, J. S. C. C. C.
By the Court:
J. R. Terrell, Solicitor-General.
Filed in office this March 5. 1915.
L. Turner, Clerk S. C.
Recommends Chamberlain’s Cough
"I take pleasure in recommending
Cbamb-rUin’s Cough Remedy to my
customers, because I have confidence
in it. 1 find that they are pleased with
it and call for it when again in need of
such a medicine,” writes J. W. Sexson,
Montevullo, Mo. For sale by all dealers.
Do the best you can at all times, and
let the other fellow worry.
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Let ua show you our line of field and hog wire fence, also,
lawn and yard fencing. Farmers are buying it in quantities this
year, which means more ‘‘hog and hominy.”
We are agents for galvanized steel fence-posts. The life of
these posts, as tested by the factory, is fifty years. With three
hands you can build a fence around a 10-acre field in six hours.
We also handle roofing. Felt roofing, $1.50 to $2 per square.
Big line of galvanized sheet metal roofing. See us for prices.
We want your business;—WE HAVE THE GOODS.
JOHNSON HARDWARE CO.
TELEPHONE 81, NEWNAN, GA.
We have now entered fully into the new
year, and, as usual, are well prepared to
take care of the trade of the friends and
customers who have taken care of us.
Those who did not sow oats in the fall
should do so now, using an early variety of
seed, because all feedstuffs will be high. We
have for sale the famous 90-DAY BURT
OATS—a variety that we can recommend
GEORGIA CANE SYRUP in 5-gaJlon and
10-gallon kegs, half barrels and barrels. The
PEACOCK BRAND is the best syrup made,
and we can sell it at jobbers’ prices.
A full line of PUOW TOOLS, STOCKS,
TRACES, UIAMES, BACKBANDS, and BRI
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plete outfit for the plow. HUTCHESON
ROPE for plow-lines.
Will say, in a general way, that we carry
in our store everything needed on a well-
reguldted farm. We buy for cash, in car
load lots, and you will find our prices as low
proportionately as cash discounts in buying
can make them.
You are always welcome.
Whenever You NeoJ a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonio is equally valuable os a
Geueral Tonic because it coutai..* the
well known tonic properties of QUININE
etui IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the HKkxI and
Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Report of J. M. Stulhnps. Treasurer.
PUBLIC ROAD FUND
S'.t I anc * impartial administration of the law
- — 1 in this county.
V! * ,v ‘ ■ To our worthy Solicitor-General, Hon.
Jan. 2. Balance from F M
Jan. 2. TG Farmer, jr.. Civrk
Jan. 4. B J Fr>. l\ C
Jan. 7. T G Farmer. ;r.. Clerk
Jan. " TG Fortner, jr .Clerk
Jan. 27. T G Farmer, jr.. Clerk
$ ?*7 72
J. Render Terrell, we wish to extend
thanks for his courteous attentions to!
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Will Relieve Your Indigestion
John R. Cates Drug Co.
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO.
ARRI\ E FROM
Griffin 11:16 a. v.
Ch&ttanoo^a 1:40 V. m.
Cedartown 6:39 a.m.
Columbus 9:05 a m.
6:35 P. m.
6:39 A. M.
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7:17 P. M.
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