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PAYING FOR IT.
In a recent article a prominent phy
sician says. It is next to impossible for
the physician to get his patients to
carry out any prescribed course of
hygiene or diet to the smallest extent;
he has but one resort left, namely, the
drug treatment.’ When medicines
are used for chronic constipation, the
most mild and gentle obtainable, such
as Chamberlain’s Stomach A Liver
Tablets, should be employed. Their
use is not followed by constipation as
they leave the bowels in a natural and
healthy condition. Forsale by
Jno. H. Blackburn.
Be*rth to Kind Vm Haw Wwa/s Beqtt
Picnic at Goggans.
A happy party of young people,
under the chaperonage of Mrs. N.
L. Bush, picnicked at Goggans
lastoThursday. ]t was indeed a
flay of pleasure to every member
!of the party.
Every circumstance seemed to
conspire to make it pleasant and
in nature seemed tojjjoin in the
effort to make it enjoyable to the
young people. The day was cool
I and pleasant and everyone in a
| joyous fram of mind and the crowd
congenial. They left the city,
early Thursday morning in the
i band wagon ami reached the
ground about 9 o’clock, where
they dispersed to amuse themselves
|in various ways, some fishing,
some hunting and others to their
! own diversions.
The dinner was one of the most
enjoyable events of the flay. It
was an unusually good one, so
peculiar to picnics.
Mrs. Bush makes a charming and
j congenial chaperon and the enjoy
ment of the day was due in a great
part to her.
Those composing the party were:
Misses Annie Lambdin, Hattie
Jordan, Edith Selzer, Mary Ella
Coppedge, Dora Warde, Priscilla
Stroud, Olive Williams and Lu
cile Blackburn, and Messrs. Jack
son Bush, George Mitchell, John
Holmes, Gus Bush, Pearce Ham
mond, Broughton Hardy and Leon
Healthy Kidneys Means Long Lite.
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to their former health state take Smith
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Sound Kidneys—Perfect Health.
The use of Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure
will produce both. Try a bottle and
be convinced. Your druggist sells it
for 60c —at J, 11. Blackburns.
Laxative Chocoi.atkr cures Chronic
Constipation and Liver Troubles. Pleas
ant to take. Purely Vegetable. Guar
anteed by J. H. Blackburn.
If You Suffer From Kidney Troubles;
Use Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure. Noth
ing like it for diseased kidneys. 50 cts
at J. 11. Blackburn's.
What ('refill In llasnl on.
Many young men, beginning a
j business career for themselves,
make the mistake of suupposing
that financial credit is based upon
property or capital. They do not
understand that character and re
liability, combined with aptitude
for one’s business, and a disposi
tion to work hard art* far more
important assets to have than mil
lions of dollars. The young fel
low who begins by sweeping out
the store and finally becomes a
clerk, manager or superintendent j
by his energy and reliability of
character, does not usually find it
difficult to secure credit to start
in business for himself. On the
other hand, jobbing houses are not
inclined to advance credit to the
man who, though he may have
inherited a fortune, lias shown no
capacity for business, and is of
The young men who start for
themselves, on a small scale, are
more energetic, work harder, are
more alert, quicker to appreciate
the chances of the market, more
polite and willing than those with
The credit men in the jobbing
houses, as a rule, are quick to see
the success-qualities in prospect ive
buyers, and seldom make a mis
take in their estimate of what is
safe to extend.—O. S. Marden, in
School at Rollon villi- to Close.
The school at Hollonville will
come to a close on May 80th. It
has been in charge of Miss
Minnie Reese, of Turin, Ga., and
has had a very successful year.
The commencement sermon will
be preached by Sev.H. S. Reese,
of Turin, who is a good speaker
and will give his hearers a sermon
well worth listening to. An en
tertaining program has been pre
pared for that night and promises
to be an occasion of interest and
pleasure to all who attend. The
public is cordially invited to be
Educate Tour Bowels With C*• caret*.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
Oc.SSc. If C. C. C. fail, druggists refund money.
THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 22, IW2.
Save Your Hair with
And light dressings of Cuticura
Ointment, purest of emollient skin
cures. This treatment at once stops
falling hair, removes crusts, scales,
and dandruff', soothes irritated, itching
surfaces,"stimulates the hair follicles,
supplies the roots with energy and
nourishment, and makes the hair grow
upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy
scalp, when all else fails.
For Every humour, sl, consisting of CIJT
ICUKA SOAi*('2sc.), to cleanse the skin oferusts
ami scales, ami soften tlie thickened cuticle;
Cutiuijra Ointmkkt(soc.), to instantly allay
itching, inflammation and irritation, and
soothe and heal; and Cuticura Resolvent
Pills (25c.), to cool and cleanse the blood.
Cuticura Resolvent Pills (Chocolate
Coated) are anew, tasteless, odorless, eco
nomical substitute for the celebrated liquid
Cuticura Resolvent, as well as for all other
blood purifiers anti humour cures. In screw
cap vials, containing 60 doses, price 25c.
Sold throughout the world. Britiih Depot: 27-28,
Charterhouse Sq., Loudon. French Depot: 5 Hue tie U*
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The Success That Attends Advertising
In the light of the success that
has attended advertising and the
immensity of that business, it
would seem altogether unnecessary
to advance a single argument in
favor of publicity. The man who
says that advertising does not pay,
slaps in the face the most success
ful men of business in the country.
His talks is contrary to the ex
perience of thousands of the most
energetic, enterprising and brainy
business men of the country.
One can find a practically limit
less number of men who have
become successful through its
agency, while one would have to
look far and near to discover one
who lias amassed a fortune with
out the aid of printer’s ink. The
universality of the use of printed
letters and billheads and envelopes
demonstrates the unanimity of
sentiment in favor of advertising.
Every man who places goods be
fore his his door, or his shop win
dows to attract passers-by shows
his faith in it. The progressive
and successful man invariably
seeks the medium which offers the
greatest possible publicity.—Grif
Old age as it comes in the order
ly process of nature is a beautitul
and majestic thing. The very
shadow of eclipse which threatens
it, makes it the more prized. It
stands for experience, knowledge,
wisdom and counsel. That is old
age as it should be. But old age
as it so often is means nothing but
a second childhood of mind and
body. What makes the differ
ence? Very largely the care of
the stomach. In youth and the
full strength of manhood it doesn’t
seem to matter how we treat the
stomach. We abuse it, overwork
it, injure it. We don’t suffer
from it much, But when age
comes the stmach is worn out. It
can’t prepare and distribute the
needed nourishment to the body,
and the body, unnourished, falls
into senile decay. Dr. Pierce’s
Golden Medical Discovery is a
wonderful medicine for old peo
ple whose stomachs an* “weak”
and whose digestion is “poor.”
Its invigorating effects are felt by
mind as well as body. It takes
the sting from old age, and makes
old people strong.
BdawuTnr Wtili Vlih Cueartta
, Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
<q b.ic. If C. C C foil, dnwsts refund money.
BLUES TO 60 TO 6BIFFIN.
i 'YkCfy ••
'£& iv"'., -1 ’■ '•” 1 ' v " -'
They Expect to Bring Back Two of
i the Prize*—The Best Drilled Cos.
j and the Best Orillctl Man
The Barnesville Blm - . ;i • ■ bri
•lay morning at 9:20
Griffin to take part b ' 1 ■ > ?njr -
titive drill lield th- • . ■ .
Thev will carry the minimum
strength of the Company, lb men
in line."’ They will only compete
for two of the prizes, the best
drilled company and the best
drilled man, which they confident-
Ily expect to capture. There are
two other prizes, one for largest
| company in attendance and tlie
i other for the second best drilled.
: The former prizes amount to SSO.
S4O, goes to the best drilled com
pany and $lO to the best drilled
The Blues is one of the best
! drilled companies of the Georgia
State Troops. On their recent
| trip to Albany they elicited the
highest praise of any State Troops
present and they have improved
greatly since. They have drilled
l several times this week and are
going in with that determination
:to win. There will be fourteen
other military companies from
j different parts of the state. Six are
ito take part in the competitive
A large number of people will
go up with them Friday morning
to witness the exercises of the day
and enjoy the Carnival which is in
progress there, as well as to cheer
the boys on to victory. The Blues
will carry the following men:
First Lieutenant J. Lawrence
Hunt, commanding; H. Shi Gray,
Becond lieutenant; Ist. sergeant
Pearce Hammond; 2nd. sergeant
J. E. Bush; Brd. sergeant B. M.
Turner; quarter master sergeant,
W. S. Reviere; corporals M. A.
Bush and C. H. Willis; privates,
Reed, Smith Gus., Middlebrooks
Ike., Stephens A., Collier C.,
I Gardner, Stroud, Stocks J. 0.,
' Dickey J. J., Reynolds H., Crowd
er, Carswell 0., Howard Jno.
Every mother that has a child has a
jewel more precious to her and worth
more than the King of England’s en
tire collection of diamonds, etc. Pity
the little one that is rapidly losing its
health because its mother does not
know- it has worms, and that a 25 cent
bottle of Mother’s Worm Syrup will
expell them quickly.
The Meeting Closed.
The meeting which had been in
progress at the Baptist church
closed last Friday evening. All
the preaching was done by Rev.
Joe J. Jones, and while there were
no accession to the church, there
was much good accomplished.
Many men and women expressed
the determination to live a better
Mr. Jones is one of the strong
est preachers in the state. His
sermons went home to the hearts
of the people. His chief study
has been given to the Bible and
to humanity and he applies them
to each other. His wide experience
as an evangelist lias given him
hundred of illustrations from the
lives of the people and he uses
them with splendid effect.
Mr. Jones made many strong
friends while in the city. He
went from here to Moultrie to con
duct a meeting.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the /T? .
Signature of LjuzfTi. l&cc&AS
Mrs R. A. Sappinjfton lkeiul
The death of Mrs R. A. Sapping
tou occurred on Monday, May 12th,
at 4 p.m., after a short illness
The funeral services were held at
Fredonia church, Tuesday morn
ing, being conducted by Rev. Gray.
The interment took place at the
family burying grouud.
Get What You Ask For!
When you ask for Cascarets Candy
Cathartic be sure you get theqj.
Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. A substitutor is
always a cheat and a fraud. Beware!
All druggists, toe.
THE COUNCIL’S PROCEEDINGS.
Council, Chamber, )
Barnesville, Ga, May 15. )
Call meeting of council called
to order by the Mayor. Present
full board. The meeting was call
ed at the instance of the Electric
Light and Water Board, to discuss
the water supply of the city, and
this matter was discussed at length
by the council. Upon motion,
the Electric Light and Water
Board was requested to formulate
some plan by which the waste of
w’ater on the part of some con
' sumers could be checked, and to
: make such recommendation at
1 next regular meeting of council as
would, in their judgment, stop
such waste, and tend to equalize
the consumption of water in the
Nothing further, council ad
journed to next regular meeting.
W. B. Smith,
J. A. Blalock, Mayor.
Clerk & Treas.
Council Chamaer /
Barnesville, May, 19. \
—Regular meeting of council call
ed to order by the mayor. Present
Aldermen Bennett, Cochran and
Jordan. Absent Murphey, Gray
Finance committee recommend
ed the payment of the following
bills and same were proved and
Gordon Institute Coupons f TO 00
Street and public property 17 90
! Electric Light and Water Works 181 97
j Appropriation to colored school 20 00
Dr. E. C. Ripley 6 00
Total 1295 87
The petition of L. L. H. Black
well, which had been referred to
the petition committee was reject
ed and same concurred in by the
The unfinished business regard
ing w’ater meters and also the ex
travegant use of water by some
consumers was carried over until
next meeting on account of chair
man of this committee not being
Alderman Bennett suggested
that a place be provided for engine
hose and same was referred to
street committee and upon motion
this committee was given power
Nothing further, minutes read
and approved and council adjourn
ed. W. B. Smith,
J. A. Blalock, Mayor.
Clerk and Treas.
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Greatest Resource of the South.
Walter H. Page, editor of the
World’s Work and a native of
North Carolina, says the potential
wealth of the South is in the
hands and minds of the people.
The neglected white children of
our Southern States—particularly
in rural communities—are of the
best English and Scotch stock,
and they are as capable as the
children of our race in any part of
the world, he says. They will not
contribute their share to the in
dustrial and intellectual and
social wealth of the nation, unless
they are trained. We hear much
about Southern natural resources
and Southern industrial develop
ment, which is taking long strides;
but there is more potential wealth
in the untrained hands aud minds
of the forgotten masses than in
all the forests and mines and wells
and rivers in every Southern
Miss Pattie Move’s residence on
Thomaston street, which lias been
under construction for several
months, has been completed and
will soon be ready for occupants.
The residence is two storied,
contains eight rooms and has all
modern conveniences. The house
is a pretty one aud adds much to
the appearance of the locality in
which it is situated.
The house will be occupied by
Mr. R. G. Mathews and family. ;
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Reaches Oklahoma and Indian
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Will sell tickets at greatly re
duced rates to Texas, Oklahoma,
and Indian Territory on February
4th and 10th. Write for books
and other literature of the west,
northwest and southwest.
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H. C. Townsend, G. P. A.,
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JUNE SHERIFF SALES
Will be sold before the court house
door in the town of Zebulon, Pike coun
ty, Ga., on the first Tuesday in June
1902, between the hours of 10 o’clock a.
m. and 4 o’clock p. m., to the highest
bidder for cash the following described
property to-wit: —
All that tract of land being parts of lot num
ber ninety and so much of lot numlwr one
hundred and three (103) as lies east of Elkin's
Creek and the line through said lot dividing
the same between John W. and James
Flemister and also ranch of lots nnmber one
hundred and three (103) one hundred and
twenty-one (121), one hundred and twenty
three (123), as Res between said dividing line
and Elkin's Creek, containing one hundred, and
eighty (180) acres more or less, the same being
the lands whereon J. M. Philips resides, here
tofore held by said Philips under a bond for
titles from John W. Flemister and said land
being described in his said bond as follows:
Parts of lots numbers one hundred and three
(103) one hundred and twenty one [l2l], one
hundred and twenty two [l22] and one hundred
twenty three [l23]. The same is levied on as
the property of J. M. Phillips to satisfj- a fl. fa.
in favor E. J. Flemister, Administrator of
J. W. Flemister, deceased, against said J. M
Philips, now proceeding in name of R. H.
Drake, Administrator of John W. Flemister,
he having succeded E. J. Flemister as such
Tenants in possesion notified in writing of
this levy as required by law. Levied to collect
balance of purchase monrv conveying this land
to J. m. Philips. Deed lias been filed and
recorded in the Clerk’s office as required by
law. This the first day of May 1902.
J. H. Milnfr Sheriff
LIKE A DROWNING MAN.
“Five years ago a disease the doctors
called dyspepsia took such hold on re
that I could scarcely go,” writes Geo.
S. Marsh, well-known attorney of
Nocona, Tex. “I took quanities of
pepsin and other medicines but nothing
helped me. Asa drowning man grabs
at a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt
an improvement at once and after a
few- bottles am sound and well.”
Kodol is the only preparation which
exactly reproduces the natural digest
ive juices and consequently is the only
one which digests any good food and
cures any form of stomach trouble.
Jxo H Blackburn.
L. Holmes. Barnesville, Ga.
A husband unlike other flesh,
the more you roast him the tough
j er he gets.
It is said that the good die
young. This accounts for so
many adults being still with us.
The man who borrws trouble
is usually compelled to pay a
heavy interest on the loan.
The favorite glass with the girls
is the mirror, but most all men
are partial towards the beer glass.
If talking politics sometimes
makes men fight, what would be
the result if the women were allow
ed to vote?
Women are such timid creatures
that they are several years shy
when it comes to giving their age.
DANGEROUS IF NEGLECTED.
Burns, cuts and other wounds often
fail to heal properly if neglected and
become troublesome sores. DeWitt’s
Witch Hazel Salve Salve prevents such
consequences. Even where delay has
aggravated the injury DeWitt’s Witch
Hazel Salve effects a cure. “I had a
running sore on my leg thirty years,”
says H. C, Hartly, Yankeetown. Ind.
“After useing many remedies, I tried
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. A few
boxes healed the *sores.” Cures all
diseases. Piles yield to it at once.
Beware of counterfeits.
Jno. H. Blackburn,
L, Holmes, BamesviHe, Ga.