Kheumatism Easily Relieved
By Cleansing^ the Blood
S. S. S. Give* Quick Relief
by Toning Up the Blood
Y'm. but how? A imtiiral quentioii. The answer 1* that you mint
r|p,ins<> your bloorl tiy stimulating it to healthy, rigorous action, so that It
will throw off tin* (jprtiis ami Impurities that cause Rheumatism. The action
of the wonderful limutl purifier. S. S. S. Is to practically renew the life blood,
jive It vliror, stimulate the (low making It throw out the germs and the
poison impurities The eirriiciatlug pains of Rheumatism, whether it is the
shooting, slabbing Sciatica, the gripping agony of muscular Rheumatism, or
aching arm* and leg* that break up deep win be entirely relieved by S. S. S.
Jlon't use nostrutua and drugs. Take the Idood hath—Nature’s blood tonic,
S. S. S. it at any druggist, hut Insist upon S. S. S. I>t us tell you
a hunt btoo.j diseases. Send for booklet "What the Mirror Tells,” or If yours
la a peculiar ease, write S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga., but begin treatment
It tv.'b with many doubts and fears that wc
all started in to make this crop. Roth the mer
chant and farmer had to go strong on faith—faith
in each other. We have struggled up to this pood
hour, and now see that we have been greatly
blessed. Hope, too, we can sec better times ahead
\\ c have stocked our store with ihe things that
our customers need, and at the lowest prices cash
We are still headquarters for supplies for the
farm and home. We want to mention especially
the followirtg articles you will need—•
Star Brand” Shoes Are Better.
Sc< • on shoes for the entire family.
Work Shirts, Undershirts, Work Pants, etc.
Also, hugging and ties. Special prices to pinners.
(i-’.'orpia Seed Rye, Parley, Wheat and > tats.
Flour, Flour, Flour!
“IV-ot ■ is the best Flour lor the money that
you can buv.
Old-fashioned Cuba Molasses.
Come to see us. ^ ou arc always welcome.
I litcli your mules and horses iu our wagon yard
and store vour bundles with us.
\ OCRS TO Pl.F.ASF.,
I. G. FARMER 8 SONS COMPANY
Plwne 147. Corner Madison and Jefferson Streets.
You Want the Best,
Not the Cheapest,
Kspccially when buying furnishings for the
inner man. I catet to the best trade and l
want to sell you. My regular trade keeps
on growing. There are reasons—
BEST OF GOODS
Fresh !is 11 ev ery Lriday and Saturday'.
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NEWNAN. FRIDAY. OCT. 8.
Monument to the Southern Confed
The citizen!! of patriotic old Coweta
will he interested in the fact that plans
i,re being made by Mr. Borghum, a
New York sculptor, under commission
from the Stone Mountain Confederate
Memorial Association, composed of
members from those States which drew
their swords in defense of the South,
for a monument, to be carved out of
the solid granite on top of Smne Moun
tain, the greatest monolith of the
world - sometimes called the eighth
wonder of the world. The sculptor was
the guest Sunday of Mr. Sam Vena-
ble at Stone Mountain, who met the af
ternoon before with members of the U.
L). C. Hnd of the Stone Mountain Me
morial Association in Mr. Hooper Al
exander’s law office with attorneys for
the" nUrgpse of drawing up deeds where
by Mr. Venable’s gift of ih- use of
Stone Mountain for the monument
wouhl be valid for all time.
Many monuments of marble and
bronze have been erected to heroes of
the Ixist Cause, but nothing has equaled
in sublimity this conception of a location
overlooking the fields of some of the
hardest fought battles of the Civil War.
There has perhaps never been an army
of the same size with the same force
and power, or commanded by men of
greater genius than Lee and Jackson.
On the battlefield of Waterloo the
victorious English erected a statue of a
British lion looking defiantly toward
France: but the deeds of the Southern
Confederacy, when typified in solid
granite, will he something much more
beautiful and impressive, commemora
ting as it will some of the greatest
deeds of valor in ancient or modern
times. Georgia is fortunate in furnish
ing the site for so worthy a memorial,
for very few States have had a more
When his plans are perfected the ar
tist will build a plaster cast of Stone
Mountain showing the location of the
memorial and take it with him to the
U. D C. convention in San Francisco.
(In some of the sunny slopes leading up
to the monument should be engraved in
relief Father Ryan’s "Conquered Ban-
| ner” or "Sword of Lee." N L. C.
, About two years ago when I began
| using Chamberlain's Tablets 1 had been
j suffering for some time with stomach
trouble and chronic constipation. My I
condition improved rapidly through the
use of these tablets. Since taking four
or live bottles of them my health has
been fine," writes Mrs. John Newton,
Irving. N. V. Obtainable everywhere.
Horrible Death Valley.
Only one man ever spent more than a
day in Death Valley and lived to tell
the tule. That man is H. W . Manlon,
of Rhyolite, Cal. For more than a
week he was lost in the heart of the
valley, tramping over Hi miles of sand
so hot ttat it burned through his heavy
His tongue was swollen to such a size
that bis mouth could no longer contain
it, and his eyelids were cracked open.
Finally he staggered up to Cub Lee’s
Furnace Creek ranch more dead than
alive. At first he could not drink. The
touch of water was as fire to bis parched
lips and tongue. Ranchmen had to force
the water into his mouth through a
Why cannot human beings live in
According to rrcordsof the California
Mining Bureau men have gone into the
valley with plenty of water, but have
died of thirst —the arid air sapping the
moisture from their bodies faster than
they could supply it. In summer the
air is kiln-arid until it contains but one
per cent, of humidity, and well-shaded
barometers soar to 125 degrees Fahren
Two Children Had Croup.
The two children of J. W. Nix, mer
chant, Cleveland. Ga , had croup last
winter. One was a boy of fi, the other
a girl of S years. Mr. f/ix writes: "Both
got so choked up they could hardly
breathe and couldn’t talk. I gave them
Folev’s Honey and Tar and nothing else
and it entirely cured them.” This re
liable medicine should be in every home,
for it gives immediate relief from colds,
coughs and croup, heals raw. inflamed
throats and loosens phlegm. J. F. Lee
A lady received the following reply
from a neighbor in answer to a ques
tion as to why she allowed her children
and her husband to litter up every
room in the house. The sentiment will
find lodgement in the heart of every
home-loving mother in the land:
"The marksof little muddy feet upon
the floor can be more easily removed
than the stains where the little feet
go into the highways of sin. The
prints of the little fingers upon the
window-panes cannot shut out the sun
shine half so much as the shadow that
darkens the mother's heart over the
one who will be but a name in the com
ing years. And if my John finds home
a refuge from care, and his greatest
happiness within its four walls, he can
put his boots in the rooking chair and
hang his hat on door any day in the
week. And if I can stand it, and he en
joys it, I cannot see that it is any
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Birds Natural Enemies of, the Boll
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 1. —Henry Rice, of
South Carolina, one of the leading orni
thologists of America, who was in At
lanta recently, declares birds are the
only natural enemies of the Mexican
boll weevil that is slowly hut surely
cutting down the j ield of the South's
great staple, and that only the war of
oirds on the weevil can reduce them in
any considerable number. Mr. Rice has
prepared, with State Entomologist Lee
Worsham, of Georgia, the data for a
book on the vital importance of pro
tecting turds. He also conferred while
in Atlanta with Stale Game Warden
Arnow on the subject of the bird laws
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