“A tape worm eighteen feet lung at
least came on the s:ene after :ny taking two
CASCARETs. This lam sure has caused my
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taking Cascarets, the only cathartic worthy of
notice by sensible people.”
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DR. J. M. ANDERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Residence: Thomaston street.
’Phone No. 25.
A. PIERCE KEMP, M. D.,
Office over Jordan’s Drue Store.
Residence: Thomaston street: ’Phone 9.
C. H. PERDUE,
over Jordan’s Drug Store.
G. POPE BUGULEY M. D.,
Office hours, 1-11 a. m., 2—4 p. m.
J. A. CORRY, M. D.,
Office: Mitchell building.
Residence: Greenwood street.
J. P. THURMAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office over Jordan Bros’ drug store.
Residence, Thomaston street; ’Phone, No. 1.
Calls promptly attended.
GEO. W. GRICE,
Work done promptly and neatly.
over Middlebrooks Building. *
A. A MURPHEY,
C. J. LESTER,
Attorney at Law
BARNESVILLE, - - - - GA.
Farm and city loans negotiated at
low rates and on ea3y terms. In of
fice formerly occupied by S. N.
R T. Daniel. A. B. Pope
DANIEL & POPE,
Offices at Zebulon and Griffin.
EDWARD A. STEPHENS,
BARNESVILLE, - GEORGIA.
General practice in all court*—State and
W. W. LAMBDIN,
BARNESVILLE, - GEORGIA.
Will do a general practice in all the courts
—State and Federal—especially in the counties
composing the Flint circuit.
Jordan, Gray & Cos.,
Day Phone 44. Night Phone 58.
CITY BARBER JHOP.
Hair cutting a specialty, by
best of artists. My QUININE
HAIR TONIC is guaranteed to
stop hair from falling out.
0 M JONES, Prop.,
Main street, next to P. O.
W. B. SMITH, F. D.
FINEST FUNERAL CAR IN GEORGIA
ODOKI ESS EMBALMING FLUII
W. B. SMITH. Leading Undertaker
Good for Rheumatism.
Last fall I was taken with a very se
vere attack of muscular rheumatism
which caused me great pain and annoy
ance. After trying several prescrip
tions and rheumatic cures, I decided to
use Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, which
I had seen advertised in the South
Jerseyman. After two applications of
this Remedy I was much better, and
after using one bottle, was completely
cured. — Sallis Harris, Salem, N. J.
For Sale by
Jxo. H. Blackburn.
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
A Number of Alleged Smiles From a
Windy City Jester.
“My lad,” said the proud father,
“always begin at the foot.”
“That’s right, pop, if you are go
ing to be a chiropodist,” answered
the Aviso bov, “but suppose you Avant
to be a phrenologist ?”
“And Ave haA'e one baby,” said the
meek man Avho Avas applying for
board. “Will you mind it ?”
“Mind it!” snapped the thin faced
landlady. “Of course not. Do you
think I’m a nurse ?”
Tom—l hate to kiss a woman
through a veil; you lose the flavor.
Jack—Oh, I don’t know; I al
ways get the flavor.
Tom—Of the kiss ?
Jack —No; of the veil.
Edna —Is he profuse in the use
May—Yes; he told me you had a
face like an automobile Avreck.
Prim—Do you think he is a Ma
Trim—Can’t tell; he says he’s
had the grip.—Chicago News.
There’s Nothing Like Leather.
“We have called,” said the head
of the deputation of citizens, “to
protest against the street car serv
ice you are giving us. Why, some
of us cannot even get a strap to
hang on by.”
“Very well, gentlemen, I shall at
once increase the service,” said the
affable magnate, Avhile the hearts of
the deputation leaped Avith joy, “by
putting in more straps.” Balti
Gent—l went hungry once my
Begging Ben—Gee, boss, yer only
a amateur! I’ve went hungry hun
dreds of times.
The Star Boarder —Dear Mrs. Ha
feed, I wish that you would not buy
Mrs. Hafeed —Why, sir, what do
you mean ?
The Star Boarder—Simply, my
dear Mrs. Hafeed, that if you had
never bought dressed chickens I
should not have found a button and
buckle in the gravy.—Philadelphia
All the Same In His Case.
He —I believe the great trouble
with the American people is that
they sleep too much. Most men
say they have to sleep seven or
eight hours out of every twenty
four, but I find that I’m just as
bright if I sleep only four hours as
I am if I sleep twice that long.
She Don’t you mean just as
dull? —Chicago Tribune.
The Prosaic Girl.
“I’d die for you!” declared the
“Now, how foolish that statement
is,” answered the prosaic girl. “If I
loved you, I wouldn’t want you to
die for me, and if I didn’t love you
nothing could induce you to die for
me. Please inject a little common
sense into your declarations.” —Chi-
The Point of Censure.
“I must admit that some of my
work was not original,” said the au
“I’m not finding fault with that,”
answered the publisher, “but when
there is such a wealth of literature
from which to select I cannot un
derstand why you should not plagi
arize with taste.” Washington
Bad Family Examples.
Brown —I don’t like to read tales
which show how geniuses were once
Jones—Why not ?
Brown —They merely encourage
lazy parents to believe that their
unruly children will all turn out
„ Very Light.
Gusch— dinner speech
was the very soul of wit. Don’t you
Krusty—Perhaps. There certain
ly wasn't any body
THE BARNESVIL\ jgKEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1902.
Coca Cola Cos. Won.
The Coca Cola Cos., of Atlanta,
recently won an important suit in
Washington city, against Frank
S. Williams. Williams offered
for sale a syrup or compound un
der the name of Coca Cola, Avhich
Avas not in fact Coca Cola. The
court heard the case and perma
nently enjoined Williams.
The fact is there is but one
Coca Cola and there is nothing
like it. No soda fountain drink ;
can take its place with the public. j
EVIDENCE OF COCA-COLA’S POP
During the year of 1901, four
hundred and sixty eight thousand
four hundred and eleven gallons
of Coca Cola were sold. For a
fuller comprehension of the mag
nitude of this output, perhaps
when Ave reduce to glasses, it av ill
be more apparent. How does this
Fifty nine million, nine hun
dred and fifty six thousand and
six hundred and eight (59,956,-
608) (almost sixty million) glass
es of Coca Cola Avere sold during
the year 1901. Think it over a
minute, please: grasp the signifi
cance of this tremendous indica
tion of the mighty thirst of the
public for one single beverage,
Nearly everybody in Barnesville
drinks Coca Cola. They get it
properly dispensed at the founts
of J. H. Blackburn, W. C. Jordan
& Bro. and W. A. Wright. It
cost only five cents a glass and-is
“A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
Chamberlain’s Colic Cure and l>iar
rhoea Remedy when my son was suf
fering with severe cramps and was
given up as beyond hope by iny regu
lar physician, who stands high in his
profession. After administering three
doses of it, my son regained conscious
ness and recovered entirely within
twenty-four hours,” says Airs. Mary
Haller, of Alt. Crawford, Ya. This
Remedy is for sale by
Jxo. H. Blackburn
AVell Known Here
The Griffin News, a few days
ago contained, the following item
front St. Charles, about a young
lady well known here and a grad
uate of Gordon Institute:
Miss Mitchell Connally, our ef
ficient assistant music teacher, left
for her home in Molena last Sun
day. It Avas with deep regret that
we had to part with one who had
endeared herself so closely to the
hearts of her pupils, and w<> will
cherish fond remembrance of her
while she attends the bedside of a
loving sick mother, and our homes
and hearts are ever ready to wel
come her back to our midst.
HICK A BOG
Kick a dog and he bites you.
He bites you and you kick him.
The more you kick the more
he bites and the more he bites
the more you kick. Each
makes the other worse.
A thin body makes thin
blood. Thin blood makes a
thin body. Each makes the
other worse. If there is going
to be a change the help must
come from outside.
Scott’s Emulsion is the right
help. It breaks up such a
combination. First it sets the
stomach right. Then it en
riches the blood. That
strengthens the body and it
begins to grow new flesh.
A strong body makes rich
blood and rich blood makes a
strong body. Each makes the
other better. This is the way
Scott’s Emulsion puts the thin
body on its feet. Now it can
yet along by itself. No need
This picture represents
the Trade Mark of Scott's
Emulsion and is on the
wrapper of every bottle.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St,. New York.
50c. and sl. all druggists.
ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
How a Woman of Moderate Means Se
cured' Some Fine Pictures.
“There’s one idea at least in home
decoration that the magazines de
voted to that subject have not yet
heard of,” remarked an observant
young man with a keen sense of the
artistic. Continuing, he said: “I
visited my sister recently, and, know
ing the rather limited means of her
husband, I was much surprised at
the many beautiful pictures that
decorated the Avails throughout the
house —water colors they seemed to
be, and the touch of the master
hand was apparently evident.
“I asked my how she hap
pened to have such a wealth of art.
She smiled and told me the secret.
Every time she saw a really artistic
halftone print—plain black and
white, you knoAv —in any of the
popular magazines she cut it out
and mounted the picture on a heavy
piece of cardboard. Then with a
box of water colors she herself
painted over the print, the varying
lights and shades being exquisitely
brought out merely through the
transparency of the colors. She in
formed me, too, that but little tech
nique Avas required to produce beau
tiful results, but that an artistic
instinct was necessary in selecting
proper frames so as to relieve the
idea of monotony where a large
number was desired for the decora
tion of ‘the house beautiful.’ ”
Artificial Fruit Blossoms.
There is an artistic use of artifi
cial floAvers and foliage in interior
decorations which those avlio love
the genuine growth arc apt to dis
dain the bare mention of. Much of
this feeling springs from a want of
knowledge where to put artificial
bloom or plants. Skillful as are
the French flower makers, none can
compare to the Japanese in giving
the very duplicate of nature in fruit
tree bough and blossom. This we
have stood in rapture over Avhen
first the tAvigs of cherry and plum
covered with buds and flowers sold
at $1 the branch. Noav we < may
have the best part of the whole tree,
its Avondrous floral wreath attached
to the natural wood of the tree, for
S3O and S2O. Smaller selections
for some handsome vase Avill cost
us sl2 or SB, as we may elect.
Arms and Arfnor.
In the opinion of many, arms and
armor are necessary to give the fin
ishing touch to the furnishing of a
cozy corner or oriental room, but
the cost of these decorative ad
juncts is not within the reach of all
who would have dens or cozy cor
ners. Manufacturers have come to
the rescue of the possessors of slim
purses by providing papier mache
arms and armor which are said to
answer admirably as substitutes for
the genuine articles. They may be
had in dull or bright finish and if
intended for Avail decoration may bo
easily adjusted. All that is required
to keep them clean is to dust them
with a damp cloth. Some famous
suits of armor are reproduced in
For the Bedroom.
A long, wide settle in the bed
room or sitting room, if supplied
with a mattress cushion, may be
used as a couch and when the days
are cold, if pushed close to the fire,
will prove much cozier than an open
couch for an invalid.
Settles are expensive or not ac
cording to the quality of the mate
rial used in making them and the
amount of skill applied to their dec
oration. More than any other piece
of furniture, however, they are with
in the range of possibilities for the
home furniture maker.
The Housewife’s Fat Pot.
Every housewife should keep a
fat pot the same as she does a stock
pot for her soup materials. Scraps
of fat, the grease that accumulates
on the top of the soup pot, bits of
suet from the steaks, roasts and oth
er meats purchased, the drippings
when sausage, bacon and similar
meat are cooked, even mutton drip
pings, which housewives despise, can
be saved and turned to good ac
An Effective Table Decoration.
One of the very latest ideas in
centerpieces is seen in a set of porce
lain court ladies, charmingly tinted
and posed bisque figurines that
dance a quadrille on the tablecloth
and that are connected by a wreath
of natural roses. They make these
bewitching little ladies in Dresden
and at Sevres, and they can be dif
ferently posed for each dinner.
For breakfast or lunch cloths
there are handsome designs to be
found in the shops with wide color
ed borders of flowers in a single
shade, such as dark red, blue or
brown, or with foliage pattern show
ing steins in delicate
green. The napkins completing the
set have narrow borders matching
the cloths. # ,ii rr wßrwi
I aILi t 1
/TQ, “Tut, tut" <o*
%\1 Uneeda / 11
II VAJ Biscuit
Snugly kept in the
rnit Vfe. fe7 wondrous packet ' jKfe'
that preserves the 1 (>fe^
. toothsome flavor
_ _... ~_ _ 7*: and the crisp fresh
~ ness withal.”
A ROMANTIC MARRIAGE.
Mlkk Ucuklmiu anti Mr. Matthews, of
Pike County, Marry in Louisiana.
News was received here last
Thursday of quite a romantic mar
riage, Avhich occurred the day be
fore in Louisiana.
It Avas the marriage of Miss
Willie Beckham to Mr. J. K.
Matthews, both of Avhom are well
known in Barnesville and I’ike
county. Their home was at
Molena, in the western part of
this county. They have been en
gaged some time,and some months
ago Avhen Mr. Matthews left Geor
gia for some important railroad
work in Louisiana, it was under
stood that he was to return April
1 and marry in Molena, Mr. Mat
thews finding it inconvenient to
leave his Avork Avrote for Miss
Beckham to come to that Htate
and they would marry there. She
obtained the consent of her family
to do this and a few days ago left
for the present habitation of her
lover. Mr. Matthews procured a
minister, and, Avith a party of
friends, he surprised the young
lady by meeting her before she
arrived at her destination. They
were to be married at Burton, La.,
but Mr. Matthews and his party
met and boarded the train at
Lake Charles, La., and while the
Southern Pacific passenger train
was speeding along at the rate of
fifty miles an hour, standing in
the rear end of the chair car, Mr.
Matthews and Miss Beckham were
made husband and wife, Rev. W.
M. Perkins, of Edgerly, La., per
forming the ceremony, in the
presence of their friends and fel
Miss Beckham spent a good
portion of the past year in Barnes
ville, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
J. R. Jordan. She became quite
popular while in the city as she
was quite an attractive and a
most pleasant, and excellent young
There are hosts of friends
throughout this section of the
State to offer congratulations to
the happy young couple.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
Means bad air, and whether it Enemy to Health
comes from the low lands and
marshes of the country, or the filthy sewers and drain pipes of the cities
and towns, its effect upon the human system is the same.
These atmospheric poisons are breathed into the lungs and taken up
by the blood, and the foundation of some long, debilitating illness is laid.
Chills and fever, chronic dyspepsia, torpid and enlarged liver, kidney
troubles, jaundice and biliousness are frequently due to that invisible foe,
Malaria. Noxious gases and unhealthy matter collect in the system because
the liver and kidneys fail to act, and are poured into the blood current until
it becomes so polluted and sluggish that the poisons literally break through
the skin, and carbuncles, boils, abscesses, ulcers and various eruptions of an
indolent character appear, depleting the system, and threatening life itself.
The germs and poisons that so oppress and weaken the body and destroy
the life-giving properties of the blood, rendering it thin and watery, must
be overcome and carried out of the system before the patient can hope to
get rid of Malaria and its effects.
S _ _ S. S. S. does this and quickly produces an entire
change in the blood, reaching every organ and stimu
lating them to vigorous, healthy action. S. S. S.
Rij possesses not only purifying but tonic properties,
Vi.iiiX and the general health improves, and. the appetite
inareases almost from the first dose. There is no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic
or other mineral in S. S. S. It is strictly and entirely a vegetable remedy.
Write us about your case, and our physicians will gladly help you by
their advice to regain your health. Book on blood and skin diseases sent
tree. ' n fwirr PBCiric CO.. Atlanta. Ca. /;
Friends in Barnesville have re
ceived invitations to the marriage
or Miss Alice Barnes to Mr. Hayne
Palmour, in Gainesville, Ga. Wed
nesday afternoon, April 9th.
Miss Barnes lias numerous
friends and relatives in Barnes
ville, who will extend heartiest
good Avishes to her and Mr. Pal
mour over the happy event. She
was a visitor here last Chautau
qua and is one of Georgia’s noblest
Memorial Address at Milner.
Rqv. J. W. Beck, pastor of the
Baptist church here, avi 11 deliver
the annual memorial address at
the soldiers’ cemetery here on the
afternoon of the 26th of April.
Bro. Beck is an able man and we
are sure that the people will lie
well entertained. All the people
of Milner and the surrounding
community should attend. —The
Catarrh Cannot He Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the scat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, and in order to cure it you must
take internal remedies. Hall’s Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, and acts di
rectly 011 the blood and mucous sur
faces. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in this coun
try for years, and is a regular prescrip
tion. It is composed of the best tonics
known, combined with the best blood
purifiers, acting directly on the mucous
surfaces. The perfect combination of
the two ingredients is what produces
Hitch wonderful results in curing Ca
tarrh. Send for testimonials free.
K. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggist, 75c.
Hall’s Family Pills are the fa st.
Mr. Simmons For Tax Receiver.
Mr. G. A. Simmons, the well
known citizen of Zebulon has an
nounced as a candidate for tax
receiver for Pike county, subject
of course to the democratic pri
mary. No body who knows Mr.
Simmons personally or by reputa
tion, will doubt for a moment that
he would make a splendid official.
He has many strong friends
throughout the county and ho
will doubtless make a strong race.
He says he is going to do his best
to be nominated and to do that
he asks everybody to support him.
Educate Your ll>~wele With Cancnret*.
VJnnriy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
°°.2sc. If C. C. C. fail, druggistsriflin'! money.