THE NEWNAN HERALD, NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1921.
Nothing will turn ambi
tion into ill-tempered
laziness quicker _
And nothing will ren-
der the body more , liable to
dangerous diseases than this
same poisonous condition.
Don’t be constlpatedl It isn’t nfe! It
isn’t sensible! • It isn’t necessary! Be
well—but don’t rely on ordinary laxatives
to help you. Try instead the newest
•dentine treatment for constipation —
This preparation not only overcomes con-
sUpation, but it does away with all the
nausea, cramping and deranged digestion
1 by ordinary l
GusnntMd at Our Store. We are so sure that
Rich-Lax will please you that we want you to
come to our etore and set a bottle and tty It etf
It It doesn’t suit you. It it lao't
- dne you ever uaed. simply
oromotly refund the lull
EimioKt laxative medicine
tell ua so and we Will ore
John H; Oates Drug Co., Newnnn, Go,
J. W. POWELL.
Will practice In all the courtB, both
State and Federal.
Office, over First National Bank.
MYRON Hi FARMER, M. D.,
Phyalcian and Surgeon.
Office over T. G; Farmer & Sons Co.
Office 'phone 606; residence 'phone 72.
L. B. MOORE
Will practice in all courts. Prompt
loans made on improved farms in Cow
eta County. Over Cates Drug Store.
W. L. STALLINGS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law#
Will practice in all the Courts. Spe
cial attention given to preparation of
wills and the administration of estates
In the Court of Ordinary.
Office in Court House, 'phone 414.
T. 9. BAILEY,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office upstairs in Kirby .building, 11%
Greenville street. 'Phone 87. (office
JOE B. PRN1STON,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office hours 8 to 10 a. m.: 3 to 6 d. i
Office with Dr. Paul Penlston. Offl<
and residence 'phone 30.
A, SIDNEY CAMP,
Attorney - and Counselor at Lavr. I
Office in Arpall Bldg.. Court Square.
r. u. McDonald,
. Physlcina and Surgeon.
Office 3% East Broad Street, upstairs,
Office hours 9 to 11 ft ,m. and 3 to 6
Office 'phone 65; residence 'phone 89 J
W M • H . LYDAI,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, over Lee-King Drug Co. Res
idence 'phone 464. offioe T phone 216.
Office Hours—9 to 11 a. m„ 2 to 4 p.
m., and 7 to 8 p. m. Sunday—9 to 11
a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m.
T. B. DAVIS,
/ Physician and Surgeon',
Office—Sanitorium building. Office
phone 6—1 call; residence ’phone 6—
\V. A. '1'URN Ell,
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention given to surgery
• and diseases of women. Office 19
Spring street. 'Phone 230.
D. A.. HANEY,
Physician and Burgeon.
Special attention to eye, ear, nose
and throat, and diseases of chest.
W. L. WOODROOP,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office 11% Greenville street. 'Phone
4ftl, Special attention given to die
»*sea of ohlldren.
J. LITTLETON JONES,
^ompt attention to legal business.
Office over H. C. Arnall Mdse. Co.'s.
THOS. G. FARMER, JH,
. . Attorney-at-Law.
Will give careful and prompt atteh-
tlon to all legal business entrusted to
ms. j Money to loan. Ofllco in court
WILLIAM Y. ATKINSON.
Office over Guttlno's store.;
K. W. STARR,
Office over H. C. Arnall Mdse. Co/a
itore. White patronage exclusively.
Residence 'phone 382-L.
Atlanta and West Pnint
The Passing Years
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TR AI NS AT NEWNAN, GA.
EFFECTIVE NOV. 6. 1921.
Babject to c bulge and typographical
No. 42 6.45 8. m.
No. 18 / 9.30 a. m.
No. 38 10.00 a. m.
No. 40 1.00 p. m.
No. 20 6.30 p. m.
No| 34 5.06 p. m.
No. 36 10.13 p. m.
No. 35 7.06 a. m.
No. 19 8.50 a. m.
No. .33 .10.21 a. m.
No. 39 2.46 p. m.
.No. 17 5.20 p. m.
No. 41 ...... I 0.52 p. m.
No. 37 7.19 p. m.
J. P. BILLUPS, G. P. A.
Notice to Debtor* and Creditor*.
All creditors of the estate of S. H.
Todd, late of Coweta county. Ga., de
ceased, are hereby notified to render
In their demands to the undersigned
according to Jaw; and ail persons in
debted to'said estate are required to
make immediate payment t> the un
dersigned. This Nov. 9. 1931.
MRS. SARAH E. TODD,
R. F. D. 2, Newnan, Ga.
YEARS who,* cup of life
With joy* tbet could not
be contained |
O year, who.e light of joy
Though on our live, are graven deep
The record, of your fleeting (tay,
When we with you did laugh or weep.
You took no thought of u. .away.
O year, to come, in .ilent file,
Out of the future nearing fast,
You toon will pa» u. by end, while
We greet you, mingle with the
Though on your front the .unbeam.
With garland, gay your brow, be
We know, when you have patted
Whet deep regret, you'll leave be
And yet we welcome in it. turn
Each new year whate’er gifts it
Ear aver in eur heart, doth burn
A .park of hep* for better thing..
Ever unquenched to litre and glow
Till fade the I'ari from out the
In that greet day when we .hell know
That all eur year, have pa.aed ua
—Walter Lewi., Pattesou in the Illinois
Peace on Earth
|0 LOOK back upon the past
year, and see how little we
have striven, and to what
small purpose, and how
often we have been cow.
pritly and bung back, or
temerarious and rushed unwisely In;
and how every day and all day long
we have transgressed the law of kind
ness; It may seem a parados, but in
the bitterness of these discoveries a
certain consolation, resides.
Life Is not designed to minister to
a man’s • vanity. He goes upon his
long business most of the tline with
a hanging head, und till the time like
a child. Full of rewards and plena
ure as It is—so .that to see the day.
break or the. moon rise, or to meet
a friend, or to hear dinner calf when
he Is hungry, fill him with surprising
joys—this world is yet for him no
abiding city. Friendships fall through,
health falls, weariness assails him;
year after year lie must thumb the
hardly varying record of his own
weakness and folly.
It Is a friendly process of detach
ment. When the time comes that he
should go, there need be few Illusions
left about himself. Here lies one who
meant well, tried a little, failed much;
surely that may be his epitaph, of
which lie need not be ashamed. ' Nor
will he complain at the summons,
which culls a defeated soldier from the
field; defeated, ay, if he were Pabi or
Marcus Aurelius 1—but if there Is still
one Inch of fight In Ills old spirit, un
dishonored. 1 Give him a march with
his old bones; there, out df the glorious
snn-colored earth, out of the day and
tlie dust, and the ecstacy—there goes
another Faithful Failure.
New Year Customs
Try Herald Want Ad#.
N SCOTLAND New Year’s
day has even more Impor
tance than Christmas. High
land laddies- form proces
sions and go from-house to
house singing, and recelv-
ing food and gifts. From Scotland
also comes the curious superstition
that it is. unlucky to take anything
out of the house bn Neyz Year’s day
before one has brought something In;
hence members of the family may be
seen carrying a piece of Coal or any
small, object into the house, to prevent
misfortune daring the new year.
• » *
A quaint New Year custom in Her-
fordshire, England, is to weave black
thorn into a crown, singe it slightly
over a fire and stand around It repeat
ing the words, “Old Cider.” The
crown is then hung up for luck during
• • •
The wassail bowl or loving cup,
filled with spiced ale, wus In use in
New Year celebrations In Old World
countries, and children would go
about the streets caroling.
* • •
In England December 20 was the
New Year's day until the time of Wil
liam the Conqueror. His coronation
ocenrred January 1, hence the year
was ordered to begin on that duy,
England, however, gradually fell Into
unison with the rest of Christendom,
and began the year the 25th of March,
The Gregorian calendar restored Jan
uary 1 as the gateway of the year but
it was not until 1752 that England
adopted this date.
• • »
The custom of exchanging New Year
presents still bolds In France and the
Copyright, 1011, Western Newspaper Union.*
^QUEAL, squeal, squeal”
said Pinky Pig,
"Grunt, grunt, grunt," said
"It’s tlie best thing I ever
heurd of," said Brother
"It most certainly is," said
"1’vO never heurd of anything so
nice," said Master Pinky Pig.
And his mother added,
"It’s fine, squeal, squeal, It’s fine."
"I agree," said Miss Ham. And she
grunted five times, one grunt after the
other to show that she agreed.
"What are you all talking about?"
asked Ited Top, the rooster.
"You dou’t know?" asked all the
Oh yes, I know," said Red Top,
“Then why did you ask ?” Inquired
You haven’t much sense," satd R»d
Top. "Of course I don’t know, or I
wouldn’t have asked.”
“Well did I ever,” grunted Miss
Ham. "You said one moment ago that
yon did know and now you say ,vou
don’t know. Which do you mean? Do
you know what we-were talking about
or don’t you?"
"Yes," said Sammy Sausage, "that-is
what we would like to' know."
"Well," said Bed Top, "I don’t know,
and if I had I wouldn't have asked
you. When I said I knew I thought
you all' liud sense enough to know that
I was joking. It
seems that none
o* you. can take a
“Take a joke,"
Bacon, “You say
that none of us
can take a joke.
Well, wny should
we? A Juke lsm’t
anything t.o eat.
What would we
be doing with a
Joke I’d like to
Porky Pig, "we'd
all like to know wliut we would do
with a Joke."
And all The pigs Bqnealed.
"We'd like to know what we could
do if we took a Joke. It's nothing
to eat so why should, we take It?"
Red Top the rooster clucked and
crowed and grinned.
“This Is the best Joke."
"What do we care about it being
tlie best Joke?" asked Brother Bacon.
“We've Rlrendy told you we didn’t
care ubotit a joke because It was noth
lng to eut. We don't care whether It
Is a best one or not. Now If you
wure talking ubout a best dish of food
—that would be different.”
"Yes, that would be quite different,"
gquculed the other pigs.
"I was wrong," said Rod Top grin
ning. "Of course you have no wish
to take a joke because it Is nothing
to eat. I meant, of course, that it
was a Joke when I pretended 1 knew
what you were talking about just
after I had asked you that question,
I wouldn’t have asked you if I had
known, ag I have said before: And
I wouldn’t have bothered to have had
a lltle Joke with you if I had thought'
that you didn’t care about Joking. In
fact you care about nothing but eat
All the pigs grinned and twisted
their .little tails.
“We show we’re regular pigs,” said
“We’ll forget,’about Jokes and Jok
ing then," said Red' Top. “Tell me
what 5'ou were talking about. I would
— ' like to heas. A
don’t know really.
That's the truth.
And that’s not
"We were talk
ing about it be
ing such a good
“What is such
a good thing?"
asked Red Top,
“This Idea of
New Years reso
lutions,” said Miss
Ham. “You see
we heard that
every year around
this time folks and creatures began
making good resolutions. And we've
made ours. We think they're fine and
we hope to live up to them."
“That's good,” said Red Top. “But
what are your resolution's?" he asked
after a moment.
“To get all we can to- eat, each of
us," said Miss Ham. “ami never to
think or worry about anyone, hut our-
"Well, I never," snl-1 Red Top. "You
don’t know much about the real mean
ing of good resolutions, hut what
should I expect? After all your are
"Pigs with good resolutions," re
peated Miss Ham.
IS SOMETHING WRONG?
Thirty-Two Thousand Eloht Hundred
And Forty-Throe Die,
A rqcent study mntle by the Bureau
Df Vital Statistics of the Georgia Stale
Board of Health of percentages of
death .In certain ago periods has
brought out the following Interesting
and astonishing facts:
There were 32,843 deaths In Geor
gia last year, 419 of these were deaths
from typhoid and of theBe 18.3% wore
of children 1-0 years old, Mularlu
caused 550 deaths, the highest per cent
in the series, 31.1% being In the 1-B
age group. Of the 3(13 deaths from
whooping cough, 98.7% were in the
1-9 year group; of the 41)8 diphtheria
doutlis 96.4% were In this period; of
the 2,6-13 deaths from tuberculosis,
3.2% were In the period; 1,6% of the
482 pellagra deaths occcurreJ in chil
dren under nine yours old; even the
1,262 deaths from cancer had o .(1%
Incidence in this age group. Tho fig
ures that show the most criminal neg
ligence (since the simplest protection
on the part of the parent would avoid
most of them), are those showing lliut
deaths from accidents gtvo 26.9%, the
highest percentage of all, to children
from 1-9 years of age.
1b something wrong? With the ago
period 1-9 ropAisentod by percent uges,
—and high percentages,—of ueaths un
der every heading, the only conclusion
that can be drawn is, that we are noi
considering our children the "nation's
beBt asset" nor yet are we giving much
consideration to the future, if the "liqpo
of the future" Is allowed to be sub
ject to conditions so ruinous. There
is something wrong; something wrong
with the nation, utate, county, city,
community, school or home; something
wrong with the child's food, his clothes,
his reBt, or care. The Division of
Child Hygiene, State Board of Health,
will help you solve the problem of
what you and youF community can do
for your child. '
Huguenots was the mime applied
h.v the lloUinu Cuthullcs to the I’rot-
fatrtrita of Franco during the religions
strugglos of the Slxleolith and Seven
teenth wuiliirlDs. The term Is of
doubtful origin. Seme authorities say
It is corrupted through Igitots. Igue-
nets, from the Gorman Kldgenossen,
confederates’, n’hlle uecordlng to oth
ers, the word Is a diminutive of Hugo,
nuguus, Hugh, a patron saint of
First Uniforms in British Navy,
The Ural notice of un order provid
ing ihat infii and (itUeors In the Brit
ish navy should Wear a uniform was
made public March fi, 174S, In the
Jiiciilillo's Journal, mid from Dial time
on iho officers and men have worn the-
uniform while In service.
Salvationists Deaf and Dumb.
Aiinciicd to the Kiilviitlua army In
London Is ii ilenf mid illinil- corps.
*Let’s Locate Your Trouble and
Go After it—
Your ensr Is not hopeless, you are probably "in n rut" tempora
rily. You are Just ns much a man ur women a you wore a
yonr ago, Your mental latitude may be all wrong. Porhaps
you’ve trlod, with other medicines, to correct the physical
Imperfections without success: and you may, he unreasonably
prejudiced now. Such thoughts will only tend to aggravate
your trouble. Your mind and thoughts should be the greatest
factors In the attainment of your desires, You CAN control
your own mind, Tho "Story of the Cc'ls" will tell yon how
to do It.
Cause of Earth's Fragrance.
The.real cause Of the peculiar fra
grance of the earth, which Is notice
able especially In I lie spring and aftei
rains, has been found hy recent ex
perl mentors. It was formerly ex
plained ns n result of certain chem
ical decompositions, but has now been
discovered lo he the enmmitlon of
thread bacteria, of which two species
arc particularly odorous. Not only do
the. bacteria Isolated from the soil
have the earth fragrance, hut they re
tain It when cultivated‘oil very varied
substances, even on such Inorganic
tnnterlals as pen soup, mill:, glycerine
and atjircli paste.
The fnllur* of und Mmplttt# *oU<m
of t.h« (UffUfttltr Mjtulrtu orurcr more than
tmtf the mltcry of lilt* Woild. Tho *to-m*ch
1* nn orgfcn|ci»tl«m of lh«t hn* not
only It* own work to do, hut to fw/jm-ntljr
mlWfd vpon to do work thnt RhuuUI hnv*
lie on d«»c botc.ro Iho food .Mitcjrfd Iko «tom-
•Ht. A iiorfoofjy work lor Rtninarh «;><) dl-
CURtlrr B/htoni lunVm It i*«»lblo for A ptronn
to r«t whAt lie wiinta mid «n h* wnnt*.
Ttio t«a|Mirtiuu'(* of kppplnjr tlio gt crouch
ri'lla In healthy rtni<)lilon rminot bo vmpha-
tlnrd too ■tronitly, for upon thla orgnn, or
mrntrin. dn*iiU* the hroltb and tlgor of tte
who!* hnnt** body. ^
X. - New Cell Stimulant
—taken night and morning,-as directed,
will keep the digestive system in proper
condition. Special direction-- are In
cluded for chronic cases of In digest len
or Stomach trouble for which Regenera
tor will afford relief, and soon build ap
the strength and usefulness of the entire
DON'T TAKE UH1CE 1
Newnan' People Should Aot In Time.
If‘you' suffer from backache;
If you have headaches, dizzy spells;
If the kidney secretions are Irreg
Don't delay—likely your kidneys
Newman people recommend Doan’s
Kidney Pills. Ask your neighbor.
Hero’s a Newnan woman’s experi
Mrs. M, E. JackBon, 06 Murray St„
says: "I had a bad spell with my
kidneys about two years ago. My
baok ached and pained from morning
until night and was so weak I could
hardly go. Often dizzy spells would
come oyer me and specks would
float before my eyes, blurring my
sight My kidneys acted Irregularly,
too. Thh first few of Doan’s Kidney
Pills brought nje relief and before 1
had finished one Jlox I was cured and
the cure has ld'sted. , I am glad to
Price 60e, at all dealers. Don’t
simply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
-Mrs: Jackson had. Foster-Milburu
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Tlie 1)1 uitl ration ihnwn hw« ia reiirotlufled from the Book
of Dlrootloba fnr Ualni* llectMicratur, ami In one of the
many new and InlereNltnp combinMIon* of MIND arol
MIOIMOINK aueceatod by thla womlerml little IkriU. A
copy In every pnokage, ’or aent KIIMK on requeat. "Write
to— 1 *1
THE KJ30EITEIUTOR CLUB. B«?x CM, Atlanta. Ga.
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DO YOU realize how much garage rente—
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See US for FREE working plans and ac
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moderate priced garages.
R. D. COLE MANUFACT URING CO.
Do not throw away old olldotll.
Use It for pads for the baby.'
Taste is a master
We state it as our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester
field are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price.
Liggett & A’lyers Tobacco Co.
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—blended