Published weekly, and entered at the pottofflce
Newnnn. Ga., ns second-class mail matter.
WHAT $10 DID
FOR THIS WOMAN
The Price She Paid for Lydia
E.Pinkham’s V egetable Com
pound Which Brought
Danville, Va. —“Ihave only spent ten
dollars on your medicine and I feel so
much better than I
did when the doctor
was treating me. I
don't suffer any
bearing down pains
at all now and I sleep
well. I cannot say
enough for Lydia E.
ble Compound and
Liver Pills as they
have done so much
for me. I am enjoy
ing good health now and owe it all to
your remedies. I take pleasure in tell
ing my friends and neighbors about
them.”—Mrs. Mattie Haley, 501 Col-
quhone Street, Danville, Va.
No woman suffering from any form
of female troubles should lose hope un
til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham’s
Vegetable Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal
ingredients of which are derived
from native roots and herbs, has for
forty years proved to be a most valua
ble tonic and invigorator of the fe
male organism. Women everywhere
bear willing testimony to the wonderful
virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta
ble Compound will help you,write
to Lydia K.PinkhnmDIeilicineCo.
(confidential) Lynn, ass., for ad
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and beld in confidence.
DR. SAM BRADSHAW
806-807 Atlanta National Bank Building:. At
lanta. Ga. Atlanta 'phono—Main, 3901: Deca
tur ’phone. 268.
W. L. WOODROOF,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office llVii Greenville street. Residence 9 Perry
street. Office 'phone 401; residence ’phone 461.
D. A. HANEY,
Offers his professional service to the people of
Hewnan, and will answer all calls town or coun
ty- Office in the Jones Building. E. Broad Street.
Office and residence ’phone 289.
THOS. J. JONES,
Office on E. Broad street, near public square.
Residence next door to Virginia House.
T. B. DAVIS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office—Sanitorlum building. Office 'phone 6—1
rail; residence 'phone 5—2 calls.
W. A. TURNER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Special attention given to surgery and dii
of women. Office 24 W. Broad street. 'Phone 230
F. I. WELCH,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office No. 9 Temple avenue, opposite public
school building. ’Phone 234.
THOS. G. FARMER, JR.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will give careful and prompt attention to all
legal bueinea entrusted to me. Money to loan
Office in court-house.
Atlanta and West Point
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For Shoe and Har
A. J. BILLINGS
6 SPRING ST.
Omy high-class materials used
in my work. *
Old newspapers for sale
at this office at 25c. per
Who Runs the Newspapers?
In a neighboring county a clergyman
took the editor of the local paper to
task because the editor accepted a cer
tain advertising contract. The good
man forgot that for years the editor
had given freely of his space to help
the church; had printed columns of
notices of services, meetings, suppers,
entertainments and lectures, all free.
In donating this space the editor had
given more than the equivalent of cash.
He had given publicity, and thus had
done more to support the church and
pay the minister’s salary than any
three members of the church had done.
An editor has but two sources of in
come, his subscription list and his
space. Yet, in this case, when' he sold
his space he lost a subscriber. Of
course, no one need subscribe to a pa
per unless he wishes to do so. but no
subscriber should want to dictate to
the editor as to what he should pub
lish. Many editors will not accept cer
tain lines of advertising. Other edi
tors cannot afford, perhaps, to be so
independent. Business conditions often
govern these matters. A rich and
prosperous Philadelphia weekly of
national circulation for' years declined
the advertisements of cigarette manu
facturers, Business haB fallen off late
ly for many of the big magazines.
Now that paper is accepting cigarette
advertising. Perhaps the editor needs
the money, and who shall blame him if
he sells his space to the cigarette
manufacturing company? Collier’s,
too, we hear, is letting down the bars
just a little. That’s all right. Let
them down a little further, as long as
fakers and grafters and swindlers are
kept out. No one can run a paper to
please everyone, be that paper big or
little. It is the editor's paper, and it
is his living. He is tne one who
should judge what should not be pub
lished in its columns.
Should Convince Eveiy Nswnan
The frank statement of a neighbor,
telling the merits of a remedy,
Rids you pause and believe
The same indorsement
By some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's a Newnan case.
A Newnan citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
H. W. Jennings, 78 Murray St., New
nan, Ga., says: “For several year-
was subject to attacks of kidney tronole
coming on after I caught cold or ex
erted myself. At such times the k.J
ney secretions were irregular in passage
and 1 had such acute pains that it was
hard for me to do any work that obliged
me to stpop. Since I learned of Doan’s
Kidney Pills, I have procured them at
the Lee Drug Co. I have never failed
to get relief through their use.”
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t
simply ask for a kidney remedy —get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Jennings had. Foster - Milburn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Since 1866 the United States Govern
ment has paid out more than $4,300,000,-
000 in pensions.
The Southern Girl.
Some one has said that when God
made the Southern girl He sent His
angel messengers throughout all the
star-strewn realm of space to gather
all there was of beauty and brightness
of enchantment, of glamour. When
these angels had returned from their
harvesting of beauty and threw down
their glittering burdens at His feet, He
began, in their wondering presence, the
work of fashioning the Southern girl.
He wrought with the gold and gleam of
the stars, the shifting glories of rain
bow hues and the pallid silver of a
Southern moon. He wrought with the
crimson which swooned in the rose's
rubied heart—with the pure, sweet
snow which gleamed from the lily’s pet
als, and the fires and flames which
Hashed and leaped from the jewel's
depths. Then plunging deep into His
own bosom, He took of the love which
gleams there like some rare pearl be
neath the wind-kissed waves of a sum
mer sea, threw this into the form He
was fashioning, and all heaven veiled
its face—for lo! He had wrought the
It was in a suburban barber shop and
a farmer with a week’s growth of
stubby beard had seated himself in a
chair to have hia whiskers cropped.
"Guess you’ll have a time gittin’
them off,” he remarked as the barber
began rubbing on the lather.
“Oh, I don’t know,” said the barber
carelessly. "All beards look alike to
“Wunst I went into a barber shop to
get shaved,” resumed the farmer,
"and after the barber was done and I
was payin’ him he remarked: ‘Say,
old man, if all beards was like yourn
I’d quit the barber business.’ I sez
to him, I sez: ‘Well, you haven’t got
anything on me, old man. If all bar
bers was like you I’d let my beard
There is a feeling that the joint op
erations of Russia and Great Britain in
the East will result in the complete
wiping out of the Turkish Empire—not
only Turkey in Europe, but in Asia,
Russia is foreseen to be the possessor of
Constantinople, contingent only upon
the consent of the other great PowerB
which have anything to say about it,
while Great Britain is regarded as sure
to hold Egypt and to come up from the
south to Asia Minor, dividing it with
Russia, the latter taking Armenia and
the northern part.— Cleveland Plain
It was a -wizened little man who ap
peared before the Judge and charged
hia wife with cruel and abusive treat
ment. His better half was a big
square-jawed woman, with a deter
"In the first place, where did you
mee.this woman who has treated you
so dreadfully?" asked the Judge.
"Well,” replied the little man, mak
ing a brave attempt to glare defiantly
at his wife, “I never did meet her.
She just kind of overtook me.”
'God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.*
U £ i L L
1. Far be-yond the blue At - Ian - tic, All the world is plung’d in shame,
2. Look ye earthly kings and monarchs, Heed the mes-sage from God’s word,
3. ' Lord we thank Thee for the freedom, We en - joy in tbis fair land;
. -p -<*- -g m * N J. ^
p f-fipr^ r r
Chris tian na tions now are war-rina
If you with the sword of-fen-delh
gz f *zz*z : Xzz^z9:zzz
* * '*
On the fields and in the trench-es, Man -y souls have pass t^t - way
All your boasted pomp and pow-er, Will be shat-ter’d in a day;’
Lead us not in - to tem-ta-tion, But de - liv • er us from sin,
To that sleep from which no mor-tal, Shall a - wake till judg-ment day.
Know you not that in a mo ment, Heav’n and earth can pass a - way?
Fill the earth with Thy eal-va-tion, All for^ Je - sus’ sake, A-men.
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* "• Accutrnco iW*
Swift & Company have provided sufficient German
Potash for their estimated needs of their customers. The
cost was high, but their customers’ needs must be sup-
^l ie P resen * ROT ASH market, spot cash, is 75c per unit of
I O IASI I higher than the farmer is paying for Potash in
Besides this, the farmer can absolutely rely on the highest crop
making materials being used in Swift’s Red Steer Fertilizers—Acid
IMiosjiIiiiIr made l>y the Swill process Blood and Cattle Tankage from the Swift
Packing Plants.— thoroughly cured and conditioned — no rotten Bags.
I iiis explains why so many Swifl ('nslomers insist they get fifteen to fifty pounds
more lint cotton per acre than from llie next Best. Brand. Fifteen pounds more cotton
per acre equals $0.00 per ton .saved on fertilizers used. Tims:
Fifteen pounds more cotton per acre at 8c equals $1.20
One (on fertilizer covers live acres, equals 0.00
Therefore, $(>.00 per ton saved—and more flntn this when less than 400 pounds of fertilizer
F iP urt ‘ !t yourself and then insist on getting SWIFT’S RED STEER ANIMAL
AMMONIATED FERTILIZER from your dealer.
SWIFT & COMPANY FERTILIZER WORKS
ATLANTA, GA. SAVANNAH, GA. ALBANY, GA.
A total of 410 men were killed in and
about the coal mines of the United
States in the first two months of the
There are in the United States 1,031
women architects, designers and drafo-
Quick Relief When
Utterly Worn Out
Getting the Blood in Order
Is Required By Most
•r r "
If you think you have gone* to amaab nnd
fit only for the discard, try S. S. H. for tho
blood. It will Hurprlw* you to know what
can bo done for health onoo tho blood In
released of the excess of body wastes that
keep it from exorcising Its full uicuHure of
If you fool played out, go to any drug
store and auk for u bottle ol' S. K. S. Here
1h a remedy that gotn at work Li u twink
ling; it just naturally rushon right into
your blood, neat tern perms right and Iclt,
up and down and sideways.
You feel better at once, not from a stim
ulant, not from the iKlrn of drugs, but
from the rational effect of a unto ti] medi
The Ingredienth in S. K. K. serve tho
active purpose of ■-'> atlnjulat lug the cellular
tissues of the body Hint they pick out from
the blood their own essential nutriment and
thus repair work begins .»t once. The relief
Is general all over the pyntem.
Do not neglect to get a bottle of H. H. H.
today. It will make you feel better In Just
a few minutes. It Is prepared only In the
laboratory oi The Swift Specific Co., fiiiO
Swift Jlldg., Atlanta, Gd! Send for their
free book telling of the many strange con
ditions that afflict the human family by
reason of lmpo verb bud blood.
That a lit • tie child may lead us, To the cross on Cal - va - ry.
C'.Ijrigbt, ll/is ty UirtLa A: Astio. ^ ^
[Th ; s is one of the he*t compositions our talented townsman has yet given to
the public, and The Heruld feels hundred in being alloved to offer it to it’s
readers. — Ed. Herald ] |
Half Your Living
Without Money Cost
A right or wrong start In 1916 will
make or break most farmers In the
Coll on Slates. We are aJ) facing a
crisis on cotton. Cotton credit Is up
set. The supply merchant cannot ad
vance supplies on 1915 cotton. You
must do your best to produce on your
own acres the food and grain supplies
that have made up most of your store
debt in the past.
A good piece of garden ground,
rlgntly planted, rightly tended and
kept planted the year round, can be
made to pay half your living. It will
save you more money than you made
on the best five acres of cotton you
ever grew! But it must be a r$al
garden, and not the mere onoplant-
lng patch In the spring and fall.
Hastings’ 1915 Seed Book tells all
about the right kind of a money-sav
ing garden and the vegetables to put
In It. It tells about the Held crops
as well and shows you the dear road
to real farm prosperity, comfort and
Independence. IT'S FREE. Send for
It today to H. G. HASTINGS & CO„
Telephone to Glazier
*‘T WISH you would get a glazier to come
J[ up and set that pane of glass the chil
dren broke yesterday. The house is as
r cold as a barn,” said the surburban house
wife, as her husband was about to go to
“Haven’t time this morning,” replied her hus
band. “Just look in the Telephone Directory—
you II find several there. Give the order to thj
one who says he will send a man right up.”
i* Its the man with the telephone who gets the
hurry orders every time.
When you telephone—smile ff,
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
Oliver Chilled Plows
Buy the genuine Oliver Chilled Blow. Do not fool yourself
and get an imitation plow. B. H. Kirby Hardware Co. is
the only place where you will find them—all others are imita
We huy in car-load lots and can always suit you. In fact,
we carry the best lines and grades of everything in the hard
ware business. He sure to see us and get our prices.
B. H. KIRBY HARO WARE COMPANY
A Food and Nerve Tonic
is frequently required by eld age. We
sis an ideal combination for tbis purpoe®.
John R. Calcs Drug Co.
This Is Unsolicited
Mrs. Baker, of Hapeville, Ala., says: "One bottle of Dr.
Prather’s Cough Syrup relieved me more than any cough medi
cine I have used in fifteen years.’’
Dr. Prather’s Croup Salve’will give just as good results. Try
these remedies and Ire convinced that you are getting the best
medicines for your money.
B'or sale at John R. Cates Drug Co.’s, and all first-class dealers.
Prather Drug Company
Manufacturers, GIRARD, ALA.
Foley’s osino laxative : foiEY kidney pill:;
fun S.VMACH Taouoet and CONSHPATIC ;n f,K£ JVA*TtS.4 KIOMCYSiAtiO autOOEB