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Electric Starting and Lighting
The new Maxwell it equipped with the Simmt-
Huff Electric Starting and Lighting System.
This system is a single unit type, combining
in one instrument the generator and motor.
It is the simplest, “sure-fire” powerful self-
•tarter made and has about one-half the wire
of ordinary sturters.
We are waiting to take you for a
test ride in the car that has broken
all low “First-Cost” records, and is
breaking all low “After-Cost” records.
'One Man Mo fiair lop
Pgin Vision Windshield
"Evert/Pgadxis a Maxwellfyud “
Coweta Auto Sales Company
Carrollton A. &M.
October 11-16. Excursionlfares.
Tickets sold 12-16, inclusive. Final limit, Oct. 17.
Special Trains October 15 and 16 Only
7.00 a. m.
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8.10 p. m.
7.4(5 a. m.
7.40 p. m.
8.05 a. m.
7.25 p. m.
8.20 a. m.
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. .. Arrive
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1 .eave ....
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With Amusements Galore
Splendid exhibits from forest, field and factory.
ASK Tf IF TICKET AGENT.
‘T he Right Way.’
NOW 51 ('kvi. DOUBLE TRACK
ATLANTA TO WASHINGTON
Crews Working Day
and Night to Com
plete the Work.
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MAKING READY FOR
THE BOLL WEEVIL
Andrew M, Soule. President Georgia
State Collage Of Agriculture
The Uklu against the boll weevil
itself, of coulee, belongs essentially to
Hie Slum Hoatil of ICntomology and
Hie Slain Department of Agriculture,
where Hie quarantine aiul general reg
ulatory power real ilea for (be control
of insect pesls, but t'.ie Siam College
of Agriculture, Uirougli Its extension
ami denionsiration agents, is ready to
do iis pari in meeting (lie problems
At a meeting held at Macon for Hie
purpose of organizing a campaign for
better farming, the College enlisted
its forces and is in accord with the
resolutions passed, which are as fol
"Resolved: That we approve the
campaign on boll weevil inaugurated
by the Stale Board of Knlontology, ami
urge the active co-ope/ation of the
State Department, of Agriculture, the
United Stales Department of Agri
culture. tile Stale College of Agricul
ture', the Stale Agricultural Society,
the Fa liners' Union and other farm
ers' and business organizations with
in Hie state.
"Resolved: That ibis committee rec
omniend Hum the Slate Chamber of
Commerce furnish the expenses of a
business man from boll weevil lerrito
ry to organize and instruct the busi
ness men of their dmies in lighting the
boll weevil. This man to be selected
by I he directors of the campaign.
"Resolved: Thai under I lie leader
ship of the extension Forces in co
operation ,wilh all oilier slate agen
cies engaged in farm improvement
work, belief farming campaign lie iu-
augiiralnd in l lie counties immediately
in advance <il the boll weevil, gradual
ly extending Ibis to nil sections of llie
Stale. This campaign to begin as soon
as practicable, after the close of the
boll weevil campaign, in which better
farming, adequate markets and better
credit he urged.
“Thai the agricultural forces of I lie
state take charge of the heller funn
ing campaign, and in connection I here
with the Chamber of Commerce and
bankers and business men’s organiza
tions lake bold of lbe campaign for
markets, credit and organizing the
business interests in Ibis work."
The effectiveness of l tie Smith-Lever
and demonsl nil ion funds become very
apparent in emergencies like Ibis. The
demonstration agent who is on the
ground is prepared to pul into effect
the best advice I hut Ihe campaigns,
or experl scientists in general have
to offer, in fuel they are a very pres
cut help in Ihe time of trouble.
OATS FOR SMUT
R. R. Childs, Georgia State College Of
Through Ihe co-operation of the
county farm demonsl ration agents, an
estimate has been compiled showing
an average loss of ten per cent of Ihe
oal crop of (ieorgia due to loose smul
The forecast of the government
monthly crop report for (ieorgia on
June 1st was Hi,41H,000 bushels of oats.
Figuring on this basis the loss lo the
state was 1,824,000 bushels from smut.
This disease is caused principally
by smul spores which are up.on the
seeds when they are planted. Any
treatment which kills (lie spores upon
the seed without materially injuring
the seed itself results in a clean crop.
The most economical and satisfactory
treatment is the formalin treatment.
Formalin can be purchased from any
druggist al a cost ot' from -10 io 50
cents per pint. One pint is sufficient
to treat from 75 to 100 bushels ot
grain. This formalin should he used
al the rale of one ounce to three gal
lons of water or one pint lo 40-50 gal
lons of water. Stronger mixtures than
this may injure germination.
Spread the grain in a thin layer on
the barn floor and sprinkle with the
diluted formalin. A common watering
pot. can be used for I his purpose. Be
sure that, all parts of the grain are
evenly and thoroughly sprinkled, then
shovel l lie grain over several times
until the seed are all dampened with
ihe solution. Heap into a pile and
cover with a canvas sheet or saeks to
keep the fumes of the formalin within.
The pile should stand for six to ten
hours in this way, when it should lie
spread out to dry, stirring frequently
until dry. Hut. into bags that have
been disinfected with the formalin so
lution. The drill should also be dis
infected before sowing.
T. H. McHatton, Prof. Hort., Georgia
State College Of Agriculture
For early spring cabbage the seed
should be sown not later than October
1 When the plants are three to four
weeks old transplant them. Do Ibis
again ihe following month if possible.
Set into the Held from Deeeinbor on
f<4r early spring heads.
in south Georgia it is customary to
plant several seed in the hill in the
open held in early October and thin
when tile plants have started growth.
Generally speaking it is better, how
ever, to transplant from seed beds.
An tailors prayer.
Mttyeville tMo.l Pilot.
An editor went to church the other
day, snd was called on to lead in prayer,
when he responded as follows:
"Almighty, the kind Father, who
doth from Thy throne look down on the
multitude of delinquent subscribers,
we most humbly beseech Thee to draw
near unto them ami whisper a few
things into their cbm that the statutes
forbid u* to print. Thou knowest our
wants, hut the subscribers know them
not, and seldom, if ever, atop to inquire.
Let it be known to them that there are
big patches on the seat of our pants,
and that there is an aching void in our
stomach that we hunger and thirst,
and they ask us not to come and sup
with them. Thou knowest,. Lord, that
our ink and print paper cost money, but
the subscriber knoweth it not, and
seemeth to care a great deal less. Thou
knowest that we are cold, and the sub
scriber bringeth not the wood he prom
ised. and we are shivering and shaking
while he rousteth his shins before a hot
tire. Tell him all these things. Lord,
and if he faileth and bringeth no suc
cor. banish him to the lower regions, to
dwell with the Republicans and calami
ty-howlers, and Thine shall be the
praise throughout out newspaper ca
Hcjwas deeply in love with his wife,
but awfully careless about money
matters. He started away on a long
business trip, leaving her short of
money, but promised to send her a
cheek, which he forgot to do. The
rent came due and she telegraphed;
“Dead broke. Landlord insistent.
Wire me money.”
Her husband answered:
“Am short myself. M ill send check
in a few days. “A thousand kisses."
Exasperated, his wife replied:
"Never mind money. I gave land
lord one of the UisseB. He was more
than satisfied." 2
Our Jitney Offer This and 5c.
Don't Miss This. Cut out this slip,
enclose with oc and mail it to Foley &
Co., Chicago, Ill., writing your name
and address clearly. You will receive
in return a trial package containing
Foley’s Honey and l’ar Compound, for
coughs, colds and croup; Foley’s Kid
ney Pills, for pain in sides arid hack,
rheumatism, backache, kidney and blad
der ailments; and Foley's Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic, for constipation,
biliousness, headache and sluggish bow
els. J. F. Lee Drug Co.
The Waverly, Kv , Democrat says
that it was a Pike county woman who
indited a note to the teacher concern
ing the punishment «f her young hope
ful. The note ran thus:
"Dear Miss: You rite me about
wliippin Sammy. I hereby give you
permission to beat him up any time it
is necessary to learn his lesson. He is
just like his father you have to learn
i him with a club. Pound nolege into
I him. I want him to get it. and don t
' pay no attention what his father ssys-
I'll handle him. ”
According to Marambat, of .",000 con
victs examined by hi in, 78 per cent,
were drunkards; 79 per cent, of these
were vagabonds and beggars; 5<> per
cent, of the assassins and 57 per cent,
of the incendiaries were drunkards.
Maro found that the drunkards stood in
the first rank of the highway robbers,
82 per cent.; Vetault found among 10 al-
coholiecriminals that there were 15 homi
cides, 8 thieves, 5 swindlers, (I assault
ers, (on women,) 4 assaulters, (wound
ing,) und 2 vagrants.
Dorothy was so homesick at her first
party that the hostess’ mother sug
gested that it would he better for her
to go home. Dorothy gladly accepted
the idea, hut a few minutes later,
answering a timid knock at the door,
the hostess’ mother found Dorothy
bathed in tears.
“Well, Doroth/, 1 am glad to see
you again. Did you decide to come
"No, m’m; I f-f forgot t-to say I ha-
had such a nice time!”
Him "Would you call fur help If I
attempted to kiss you?"
Her —“Yes, if necessary; hut I don't
see why a big, strong chap like you
should require any help."
Mrs. T. Nourouer, Kan < * I a i i r*, Wla„
writes; “Foley's Honey ami Tur Com
pound cured my buy of a vary Hfi’cni
at Lack of croup after oilier remedies
bad failed. Our milkman cured his
children of whooping cough. I
recommend It to every one, as we
know lro?n our own t .perie- cc that it
is a wonderful remedy for coughs,
colds, ir>>up, and whooping cough.”
Mrs. Ik Gllkeson, Youngstown, O.,
Iri use for Wars and in just as effi
cient for adults «:< for children. It
gives relief Tar Irr Dated and Holding
throat, tight and sore client, grippe
and bronchial coughs.
.J. V. LEE DRUG CO.. Newnan. Ga.
i.-h: ".My lktl<!
girl had a i
lots of n
he tier. My
i c ee
« d Foley’s Honey an
The first <l
r. Ho-.' d
the 1 nlUi rn n
>or throat, ;>?i«
1 alter usini
Thin sterling old
nre troubled with heartburn, gazes and
a distressed feeling alter eating take a
before and after each meal and you will
obtain prompt relief .bold only by ua,26a
John R. Cates Drug Co.
Saved Girl’s Life
“I want to tell you wliat wonderful benefit I have re
ceived from the use of Thcdford’s Black-Draught,” writes
Mrs, Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
“It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl’s life. When she had the measles,
they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford’s
Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no
more trouble. I shall never be without
J in my home.” For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ®
ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all simitar
ailments, Thedford’s Black-Draught has proved itself a safe,
reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.
If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-
Draught. It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-five
years of splendid success proves its value. Good for
young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents.
The Next Issue of
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GOES TO PRESS SOON
I-'very Bell subscriber, almost without exception, is able
buy the goods adverti,ed in this directory. Reserve
your space today. Ask tha Manager for rates!
but docs not
made at once
fot the new
Hox .57, Allantn, (’,a.
1. We guarantee a saving of
one-third in fuel over uny lower
diaft stove of the same size, with
soft coal, lignite or slack.
2. We guarantee Cole’s Hot
Blast to use less liaid coal for
heating a given spat e titan any
base burner made with same size
3. We guarantee that the
rooms can be heated from one to
two hours each morning with the
fuel put in the stove the evening
Your Money Back!
You feet back the original
coat of your stove in the fuel
money saved each winter.
Could you ask for more?
4. We guarantee that the
stove will hold tire with soft coal
or hard coal from Saturday eve >
riing to Monday morning.
5. We guarantee a uniform
lirat day and night with solt coal,
hard coal or lignite.
6. We guarantee every stove
tr» irmain absolutely air-tight as
long as used.
7. We guarantee the feed
door to be smoke and dust proof.
8. We guarantee the anti-
puffing draft to prevent puffing.
All we ask is that the stove be operated according to
directions and connected with a good flue.
(Signed) COLE MANUFACTURING CO. (Not Inc.)
(Makers of the Original Patented Hot Bleat Stove)
This guarantee eannot be made on any other heating stove. If
you want com/oil and economy put one of these heateis in your home.
"Cote's Hot Blast Makes Your Coal Pile Last”
Look fur the name Colm ’» on feed door touvoid imitations
NEWNAN. - - GEORGIA.