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est easiest, most perfect way of keeping the bowels
clear and clean is to take
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KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
DR. J. M. ANDERSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Residence: Thomaston street.
’Phone No. 25.
A. PIERCE KEMP, M. D.,
Office over Jordan’s Drug Store.
Residence: Thomaston street: ’Phone 9.
C. H. PERDUE,
over Jordan’s Drug Store.
G. POPE HUGULEY 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.
(yOffice over Middlebrooks Building.
A. A. MURPHEY,
C. J. LESTER,
Attorney at Law
BARNESVILLE, - - - - GA.
Farm and city loans negotiated at
low rates and on easy 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,
BARNESYILLE, - GEORGIA.
General practice in all courts—State and
W. W, LAMBDIN,
BARNESVII+LE, - 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 /HOP.
Hair cutting a specialty, by
best of artists. My QUININE
HAIR TONIC is guaranteed to
stop hair from falling out.
o. M. JONES, Prop.,
Main street, next to I*. O.
W. B. SMITH, F. D.
FINEST FUNERAL CAR IN GEORGIA
ODORI ESS EMBALMING FLUII
IT, B. SMITH. Leading Undertaker
BETTER CUT THIS OUT.
Every mother should be quickly sus
picious of worms when their children
act as if they were going to be sick.
Worms are known to be the first cause
of much ill health. Young and old
very often are sufferers from worms
when a mother thinks it is something
else. Remember, a very harmless, yet
always effective remedy for stomach,
tape or pin worms, is a2scent bottle of
Mother’s Worm Syrup.
Commissioner of Roads and Reve
! nues in regular session present, Hons.
E. C. Akin, W. M. Hartley, W. I>.
Dingier May, 6th 1902. the following
bills were approved and ordered paid ;
AV. C. Eppinger moving bridge.!? 7.50
j Barnesville Plaining Mills terra
cotta for county 3.80
H. C. Burr Je Sons pick handles
and bolts 11.20
J. F. Taylor hauling rock 4.00
S. S. Marsh damage to mule
Eppinger bridge 10.00
J. T. Willis rent of court room
in Milner district 2.00
|R. B. Milner work on pub road . 2.35
| J. B. Matthews rec deed for Cos. .50
j C. I. Banks, dynamite used on
| road 65
IC. B. McKenzie rebuilding
j Alex Eppinger ditching on road 2.00
B. P. Fergerson sharp picks 40
| Heubard Reid balance due for
J. A. Davis bringing prisoner
to jail 90
E. M. Eppinger part payment as
com as tax receiver 6.50
W. P. Milner building bridge. .. 4.00
J. M. Crane getting timber at
Reids bridge 2.50
J. W. Head state witness Bibb
J. F. Lovett states witness 4.00
M. F. Morris state witness 4.00
! M. F. Morris state witness 2.00
! Sam Littlejohn state witness... 3.44
I .T. S. Brown state witness 2.00
! H. C. Starr state witness 2.00
J. S. Brown state witness 2.00
F. S. Brown state witness 3.44
T. B. Cabness state witness 2.75
Will Thrash state witness 4.00
Naro Alford state witness 3.00
Lawance Smith state witness... 6.00
G. W. English state witness.... 6.00
Mrs. English state witness 6.00
W. L. Breakfield state witness.. 4.00
George English state witness... 2.00
Dave Holloway state witness .. 6.00
R. B. Harrell state witness 3.00
Jim Coles state witness 10.28
H. C. Cummings state witness . 2.00
T. J. Ison state witness. 2.80
C. T. Sawley state witness 2.75
Wade Sims state witness 3.28
J. J. Haygood state witness.... 3.20
Joe Williams state witness...... 3.28
J. W. English state witness 5.36
Robt Blalock state witness 2.00
G. W. Maddux state witness.... 3.36
W. T. Gardner state witness.... 6.00
Robt Hoard state witness 4.00
W. E. H. Searcy Sup’ court
W. D. Dingier 26 days extra ser
vice as commissioner 52.00
W. M. Hartley 25 days extra one
day regular service 53.00
J. H. Milner sheriff expenses
going to Pulaski for witness.. 12.96
J. H. Milner feeding jury at
April term . 26.10
J. B. Matthews 8 days service
242 jury and bailiff scripts. ... 55.00
J. J. Howard agt freight on coal 5.85
J. P. Nichols state witness 2.00
AV. C. Eppinger hauling rock .. 3.00
J. 11. Elliott building bridge. .. 6.00
J. D. Hightower roads supplies 12.58
AV. H. Newton & Cos. coal and
plumber for county 30.56
C. AV. Green janitor for April
and storing away coal .. 1 .. 7.00
T. E. Whittle lumber for Mar
tin’s bridge 131.12
H. C. Burr & Sons bolts for
bridges and tools for road 9.44
Barnesville News-Gazette pub.
presentments and com report 6.50
AV. AV. King blasting rock. .. 17.80
E. S. Drewry J. I*, list of tax
payers Drivers district 9.00
J. T. Beckham J. P. list of tax
payees 505 district 9.12
J. AV. and J. C. Slade rebuilding
Martins bridge 108.82
Pike County Journal grand jury
presentment and com report. . 6.50
R. R. McLeroy list of tax payers
second district 13.20
AV. J. Park lumber hauling. ... 2.75
A. P. Middlebrooks lumber re
building bridges 11.25
J. T. Baker J. P. list of tax pay
ers Zebulon district 8.55
Sullivan, Slade & Cos supplies for
county farm 21.67
M. G. Harrison supplies for
county farm. 10.53
C. H. Harper supplies for
Roads and C. H . 8.15
,T. C. Williams coffin for pauper 3.00
W. R. Hemphill lumber for
Second District 6.00
J. T. AVillis J. P. list of tax pay
ers Milner District 14.28
J. T. Anderson building bridge. 15.00
J. T. Bevil rebuilding bridge.... 15.00
W. J. Franklin supplies for
county and C. H 18.47
Green Mangham Sc Cos. supplies
for county farm 9.75
Slade & Starr lumber for bridge 36.60
Floyd Slade attending ram.. . 2.25
S. S. Slade hauling lumber for
Rosetta Glass quarintiue house
against smallpox 2.00
Mrs. N. B. Moore pauper pres
Dicy Thornton pauper pres help 5.00
Margaret Love pres help pauper 5.00
Elizabeth Jackson present help
J. H. Starr list of tax payers
Eppinger district 2.90
Kitty Landens pauper pres help 5.00
Alexander A Legg lumber... . 21.05
A. G. Harp repairs on bridge... 6.05
Robt Lindsey black smith work .15
B. Z. Wilson extra labor on
county farm and supplies 13.75
W. G. Johnson lumber for bridge 2.91
E. C. Akin 22 extra and 5 days
regular service 57.00
THE BARNESYILLE NEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902.
i J. 11. Milner sheriff waiting on
1 Superior and Ordinary court . 59.00
i J. E. Eppinger hauling rock.... 6.95
; ,T. H. Milner jail exp for April. . 35.00
W. H. Aycock attending small
pox and medicine 36.3 t)
B. Z. Wilson Supt county farm 20.00
Charlotte Battle cooking and
washing for paupers 6.00
Tom Kendrick service on county
C. W. Oliver months board and
Josh Martin 14 bushels meal for
J. H. Ringer carrying 3 prison
ers to jail 4.05
B. S. Akin for clerk service. .. . 5.00
E. C. Aiktn, )
W. M. Hartley, ■ Coin's
W. I). Dinglek.
B. S. Akin Clerk.
For Over Sixty Years.
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup
has been used for over sixty years
by millions of mothers for their
children while teething with per
fect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic and is the best
remedy for Diarrhoea. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately. Sold by Druggists
in every part of the world at 25
cents a bottle. Be sure and ask
for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing
Syrup, and take no other kind.
Children Have Rights.
Respect the personal liberty of
your own children. That is the
hardest thing a parent ever en
counters. It. is so natural for
fathers and mothers, who have
their children’s interest so at
heart, and have made so many
sacrifices for them, to feel that
they have the right to decide their
lives for them, but it is a terrible
mistake that wrecks many a ca
The world is full of bankrupt
business men who would have
achieved fame and fortune if they
had been permitted to follow their
bent and study the profession
they desired. There are thousands
of incompetent doctors pursuing
their career of murder who would
have been successful merchants.
Every Sunday of our lives we are
bored to extinction by preachers
who ought to be half-soling shoes,
instead of preaching to the immor
tal souls of human beings. We
all know lonely old maids living
out narrow and bitter lives be
cause their mothers interfered
between them and their lovers,
and the divorce courts are strewn
with the wrecks of the happiness
of women whose parents selected
their husbands for them. Every
family, as well as nation, should
have a constitution that guaran
tees to each individual the right
of life, liberty, the pursuit of hap
piness, and the choice of their
own career and matrimonial part
Just as much may be said of
the duty of these young people
who are coming home from school
to do their part towards tiding
over the period that is the crisis
in many a family history. I never
see a silly little goose of a girl,
ashamed of her homely old
mother’s ways, or a supercilious
nincompoop of a college lad de
riding his father, without wanting
to show them the heroism of the
of Cod Liver Oil is the means
of life, and enjoyment of life to
thousands: men women and
When appetite fails, it re
stores it. When food is a
burden, it lifts the burden.
When youlose flesh,it brings
the plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
duty is heavy, it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
wedge; the thick end is food.
Hut what is the use of food,
when you hate it, and can’t di
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil is thefood that makes
you forget your stomach.
If you have not tried It, send for
free sample, its agreeable taste will
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409 Pearl Street, New York.
50c. and SI.OO ; all druggists.
sacrifices that have been made in
vain for them, and the beauty of
the rugged old lives ami the fine
ness and delicacy thut underlie
the unfashionable manners, but
youth does not see these things
until its eyes have been washed
clear by the bitter tears of ex
perience. In the meantime if is
to age—mellowed by knowledge of
the world and broadened by the
real education of life—that we
may look to solve the problem
offered by these strangers on our
hearth—our children who are no!
longer the boys and girls who
played about our feet, but men j
and women whom we must bind!
to us with new t ies or else lose.
God give us wisdom to doit!—|
Dorothy Dix in New Orleans Pica-!
SCIATIC RHEUMATISM CURED j
AFTER FOURTEEN YEARS OF j
“1 have been afflicted with seiatie.
rheumatism for fourteen years” says
Josh Edgar, of Germantown, Cal. “I
was able to be around but constantly
suffered. I tried everything I could
hear of and at last was told to try
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, which I d‘d
and was immediately relieved and in a
short time cured, I am happy to say it
has not since returned.” Why not
use this liniment and get well? It is
for sale by
Jxo. 11. Blackburn.
A lot of good people enjoy tell
ing bad news.
Cuddlesome winter girls have
no use for warm weather.
Civilation compels the savage
to work for his daily bread.
A girls favorite writer is the
author of her first love letter.
Approval of a man’s conscience
seldom helps to boost his salary,
It is difficult for a man to de
cide when he will cease to be
It is because the world loves
to be amused that all the world
loves a lover.
To arrive at the value of an in
dividual a man must be measured
When a young husband becomes
a father he feels as happy as looks
Sometimes a man’s sins find him
out—but he is more apt to be
found out by his wife.
On her wedding day the happy
bride can see no reason why the
honeymoon should not last for
Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
“something just as good/'
Cardens Getter Writing
The fact that anybody would be
so careless as to post a letter with
out an address, much less without
stamping it, of course strikes
most people as ludicrously ridic
ulous. Yet each year this class
of errors on the part of the public
is steadily increasing, until now
over 87,000 pieces of this class of
mail matter have been turned into
the department at Washington in
a single year, the increase over the
number of the preceding year be
ing over o,(KX)pieces received with
out address. And there were over
15,000 persons who were so
thoughtless as to enclose money
in their envelopes in sums from a
dime to several bills of the twen
ty dollar denomination and then
forget to address the envelope.
This may be largely overcome
by giving to the envelope a fare
well glance before dropping it in
the letter box and not mailing it
with the flap up. Mail your
matter with the right side. Then
its white, untouched, unstamped j
surface will call you down silently
and make you more careful.—
WANTS OTHERS TO KNOW.
“I have used DeWitt’s Little Early
Kisers for constipation and tropid liver
and they are all right. I am glad to
indorse them for I think when we find
a good thing we ought to let others
know it.” writes Alfred Heinze,
Quincy, 111. They never gripe or dis
tress. Sure, safe pills.
Jno. H. Blackburn,
Uneeda Biscuit are delivered to tlie con
sumer in The wonderful moisture and dust
proof covering known as the In-er-seal Pack
age. They are as fresh and crisp and clean
as though j ust from the oven.
are splendid for general use. A satisfactory
everyday food for everybody. Serve with
every meal. Give them to the children in
stead of cakes. Only 5 cents a package.
Mr. R. Milton Hale, <>f Bain
bridge was in t he city last Friday.
Mr. Robt. Matthews and wife,
of Concord, were visitors here Sun
Mrs. Sal lie \Y\ Holmes went to
Indian Springs Friday where,.she
will spend sometime.
Mies Gennie Mitchell left Sat
urday to attend commencement
at Locust Grove. She will be the
guest of her sister Miss Lizzie
Mitchell, who is a teacher in the
Mr. Harvey Hale, who has been
at Massey’s Business College at
Columbus was here Friday. He
left Saturday for Warm Springs.
Mr. W. H. Mitchell and Lieut.
Ashford Milner came over from
Barnesville, Saturday and spent
Rev. J. W. Beck filled the pulpit
at the Baptist church here Sun
day morning and at night. Large
crowds were out to hear this good
preacher at both services.
Preparations are being made to
observe “Children’s Day” at the
Methodist church here on the
The pupils of Jeff Davis Intsi
stitute and the Methodist and Bap
-1 ist Sunday Schools wen; to have
picnicked at Pine Mountain
Springs, Friday, but on account
of the inclement weather only a
small crowd attended.
Politics is all the talk in the
county’s capital now. There seems
to be more interest in the guber
natorial race than formerly, the
tide seems to lie changing. While
the majority of our voters are
“Terrellites,” there are quite a
number of enthusiastic Guerry
Mr. B. F. Wilder is making a
thorough canvass of the county in
the interest of his candidacy. Mr.
Wilder is a good man and should
Mr. Ernest Pope, an old Zebu
lon boy, visited his mother Imre!
Sudduy. Ernest holds a fine
railroad position with the Plant
OA nf A/ll AIRO Is the name sometimes given to what
I In lll£m■ I 1 ■ 3 flfl is generally known an the HAD DIS
IIIU wl I EASE. It is not confined to dens of
vice or the lower classes. • The purest
l"k AIO An and best P eo P le are sometimes
|v|llJkJ| ||Jl| Willi infected with this awful malady
■ VlvVll through handling the clothing,
drinking from the same vessels,
using the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in contact with persons
who have contracted it.
It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the
groins, a red eruption breaks out on
the body, sores and ulcers appear
in the mouth, the throat becomes
ulcerated, the hair, eye brows and
lashes fall out; the blood becoming
more contaminated, copper colored
splotches and pustular eruptions and
sores appear upon different parts of
the body, and the poison even destroys the bones.
S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease, and cures it even in the
worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes
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• Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious
Blood Poison. If you want medical advice give us a history of your case,
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Tim work on Harper’s imw store
is progressing rapidly. Joe Tape,
colored, has tlm contract for the
brick work. Mr. B. Banks has the
contract for the wood work.
Mr. J. M. Slade is preparing to
build on elegant residence on his
vacant lot. near the depot.
The closing exercises of Jeff
Davis Institute, will take place on
Thursday night the 29th inst.
There is not a graduating class
this year hence the exercises has
has been shortened to one night.
The entertainment will be by the
primary and music department
under the direction of Miss
Matthews. Great preparations
are being made for the rendition
of a Cantata, “The Brownie
A TEXAS WONDER.
HAlili'K G IMS AT DISK 'O VICKY.
One small bottle of Hall’s Great Dis
covery cures all kidney und bladder
troubles, removes gravel, cures diabe
tes, seminal emissions, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism and all irregularity
of the kidneys and bladder in both
men and women, regulates bladder
troubles in children. If not sold by
your druggist, will send by mail on re
ceipts of -fl. One small bottle is two
months’ treatment, and will cure any
case above mentioned. Dr. E. W. Hall
sole manufacturer. P. O. Box (529, St.
Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials.
Sold by W, A. Wright.
Martin, Tenn., June 3, 1901.
This is to certify that i have used
Hall’s Texas Wonder for kidney trou
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equal. Its merits arc wonderful. Try
it, as I did, and be convinced.
ItKV. It. C. W IHTNELL.
Five New (’oilages.
Mr. J. C. Collier will begin at
once the erection of five cottages
on Ann street. They will be
built, well arranged and conven
Mr. Collier owns several nice
cottages in that community
already and these new ones will
add considerable population there.
The erection of these houses shows
that HarnesAille continues to
There are also other improve
ments being made throughout the
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat*
Ten year* ago I contracted a bad ca*
of Blood Poison. I waa under treatment
of a physician until I found that he could
do me no Rood. Then began taking
5.5.3. I oommenced to Improve at once
and in a very ahort time all evidence of
the disease disappeared. I took six bot
tles and today am sound and well.
B. M. Wall, Morristown, Tenzx.
the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system.
Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will
ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease upon
your children, for it can be transmitted from parent
to child. S. S. S. contains no mercury or potash,