Mexican Mustang Liniment
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Try riexican Mustang Liniment
Stiff Joints, etc.,
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To Those who Desire to be
Always Well Dressed
Yet may be perplexed regarding the means for gratifying that
desire at the least possible cost, we suggest our Mail Order De
partment. We fill out-of-town orders the day the} 7 are receiv
ed. Money sent with order is promptly and cheerfully re
funded if goods sent do not please, or we send C. O. D., sub
ject to examination; or when satisfactory references are sent
we send goods on approval. Write for handsome illustrated
booklets — sent free; ask for numbers desired.
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Norfolk Suit. B—Flannel Suit. 9—Top Coats. 10—Liveries and Uniforms. 11—Fur
nishings. 12—Shoes. Ill—Suit Cases, Bags and Hat Boxes.
14—2-Piece Outing Suit. 15—3-Piece Suit. 15—Norfolk Suit. 10—Boys’Sailor Suit.
10 —Peter Thompson Sailor Suit. 17—New Columbia Double Breasted. 17—Double-
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Seasons and Styles.
' Come and go but the appetite remains the same.
Fine Steaks and Roasts-' ■ncO'
Are as necessary and as much wanted this season as last and
we are still in the market to supply these wants. We will take your
orders by phone, or otherwise, and deliver promptly. Our meats,
fish and oysters are always fresh and first-class.
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Orders solicited for the purchase or sale of
STOCKS. BONDS. GRAIN. COTTON.
in any amounts for cash or on moderate margin
How To Make More Than 50 per cent. A Year on Your money
Buy 100 Shares United State Steel Common (say 43; on 3 percent, margin.
Margin deposited : $300.00
Interest on deposit <@ Q%, 18.00
4% Dividend on 100 Shares Steel Common, 400.00
Less 6% interest on 100 shares Steel Common, $258.00
This is over 50 per cent, a year on your investment without considering
ANY advance in the stock at all, and we have no hesitancy in saying that
we fully believe this stock will sell a CREAT DEAL higher.
A Big Bull Market
The indications are, that we are on the verge of one of the biggest bull
markets the country has ever known. It is rumored that John TV'. Gates, is
backed by a pool of $250,000.000 composed of J. Pierpont Morgan, Marshall
Field, John J. Mitchell, President Illinois Trust Cos., Moore Bros, and several
other capitalists, for the purpose of putting prices very much higher. We
would advise the immediate purchase of all good dividend paying stocks, such
as Manhattan. St. Paul. Rock Island. Atchison common. Steel and Peoples Gas.
Write for Special Letter Giving Full Details.
THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1902.
THE GREAT DUSTSTORM.
Scientific study of the storm of
dust that swept over southern and
central Europe from March 9 to
March 12, 1901, shows that it was
one of the most remarkable phe
nomena of the kind ever observed.
It began in northern Africa, on the
borders of the Sahara, crossed the
Mediterranean sea, swept over the
chain of the Alps and extended as
far as Denmark, thus traversing 25
degrees of latitude. The dust was
sand from the desert, and the par
ticles that fell became finer and fin
er as the storm progressed north
ward. The advance was at the rate
of more than forty-three miles an
hour, a high atmospheric current
carrying the dust along the course
of a barometric depression moving
toward the Baltic sea. In Austria-
Hungary and farther north the dust
fall was accompanied everywhere by
rain, snow or sleet.
All existing railroad spans of over
500 feet have been built since 1870
and probably more in America than
in all the rest of the world together.
And certainly these are much better
and cheaper and have been more
rapidly and safely constructed than
those of any other country. In a
word, American engineers have built
most of the greatest and most diffi
cult bridges hi the world and in less
than half a century, largely within
the last quarter century, have devel
oped the art of bridgebuilding to
a perfection that no other sort of
construction has reached in hun
dreds of years. They have brought
it to practical limits that cannot be
greatly extended until some radical
ly new material is provided that is
notably stronger, cheaper or lighter
than steel. This is the triumph of
the profession of bridge engineer
Eavesdropping at the telephone is
much more prevalent than it eter
was at the keyhole, detection being
so much less probable. It is said
that one sign of eavesdropping is
the receding tone of a speaker’s
voice. Someone has “cut in.” Act
ing on this hint, a woman who had
her suspicions aroused said to her
friend suddenly, “Someone is lis
tening.” Instantly from nowhere in
particular in a strange voice came
an indignant exclamation, “I’m not
doing any such thing.” The gov
ernment telephone exchange at
Stockholm, Sweden, for the last
year lias been experimenting with a
contrivance the object of which is
to indicate to the subscriber wheth
er or not the central station opera
tor is listening to the conversation.
A Faithful Widow.
At Charenton lives a hidy who on
April 30, 1891, was left a widow.
Her grief for her dear departed was
so strong and it has continued un
abated to such an extent that every
year when the anniversary of her
husband’s death comes round she
attempts to commit suicide. Seven
times had she done so and seven
times had she been prevented from
carrying out her object. On April
30 last she lit her chafing dish for
the eighth time, and again the
neighbors rushed into the room in
time to prevent the rash act. When
restored to consciousness, the wom
an exclaimed: “My darling, you
won’t lose anything hv waiting.
Wait until next year.”—Paris Mes
Brains Which Steep In Sections.
Sir James Crichton Browne, the
expert on brain diseases, holds that
insomnia is not attended with such
disastrous consequences as is com
monly supposed. It is not so dan
gerous as the solicitude of the suf
ferer. He suggests that the brains
of literary men, who are the most
frequent victims, acquire the trick
of the heart, which takes a doze of
a fraction of a second after each
heat and so manages to get six
hours’ rest in twenty-four. Some
brains, in cases of insomnia, sleep
in sections, different brain centers
going off duty in turn.
Has Money Enough.
Senator Spooner is worth about
$250,000 and says he doesn’t want
any more. Being the ablest cor
porate lawyer in the northwest,
lie could easily make a fortune sim
ply by working at his profession.
But he says that if he piled up a
fortune his sons, who are steady, in
dustrious, ambitious young men,
might be spoiled by a desire to
spend it, and so he prefers things
as they are.
An Equine Epicure.
One of the fire department horses
in Baltimore is extremely fond of
limburgcr cheese and eats it with
evident relish. The Baltimore Sun
says that when any of that odorous
dainty i3 brought within smelling
distance his manifestations of joy
and persistent neighing are almost
always rewarded with some of the
Of the General Meeting Western Dis
triet of the Centennial Association.
Below will be found the program
for the General Meeting of the
Western District of the Centen
nial Association, which convenes
with the Baptist church at Neal,
Ga., Friday before the fifth Sun
day in Auguf t:
1. Friday, 10 a. m: —Prayer ser
vice, led by Bro. 1). M. Willis.
2. Friday, 11 a. m: —Introducto-
ry sermon, by W. B. Whittle;
alternate Zack Barron.
8. Friday, 2 p. m:—“What are
the duties of deacons and how
may they magnify their office.”
Discussion led by bretheren
Hurst, of Barnesville and J. L.
Aldredge, of Meansville.
4. Saturday, 9:80 a. m: —Prayer
5. Saturday, 10 a. m:— “What
attitude should we, as professed
followers of Christ, occupy as
to whiskey. Discussion led by
D. B. Martin and B. H. Hardy.
0. Saturday, 11a. m:—Preaching
by Bro. Durden. Subject, “Sal
vation by faith.
7. Saturday, 2:80 p. m:—“What
is the cause of the great spirit
ual lethargy in our churches,
and what is the remedy? Dis
cussion led by J. T. Robinson
and James Bussey.
8. Sunday, 10 a. m:—Sabbath
School lecture by B. H. Hardy;
Alternate Bro. Duncan.
9. Sunday, 11 a. m:—Sermon by
Bro. Hurst, of Barnesville. Sub
ject to be selected.
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Spring fever is another name for
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If neglected, serious illness may follow
such symptoms. DeWitt’s Little Early
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Jxo. H. Blackburn.
The following is a list of the del
egates from Pike county, to the
Congressional Convention to he
held in Macon on July Bth : W. M.
Howard, W. A. Strickland, B. H.
Hardy, Samuel Howell, W. H.
Means, G. I). Dominick, R. W.
Haje, T. C. SuPivan, W. G. Tyus,
Dr. J. P. Thurmond, F. M. Staf
ford, S. R. Green, C.O. Summers,
J, B. Matthews, Max Jordan, Em
mett Owen, Peydon Blake, G. T.
Welden, S. M. Howard, Dr. J. C.
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GOOD HORSES AND MULES
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7 Second-Hand Top Buggies.
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A Lawyer’s Aching Void.
When Attorney E. W. McGraw
left a witness on the stand the other
day and whispered something in the
ear of several attorneys in Judge
Mura sky’s court, the spectators
thought something of great moment
was to happen. When he approach
ed the judge, Murasky leaned over
toward McGraw with a look of ex
pectancy on his face and then shook
his head even more vigorously than
had the others. McGraw looked al
most inconsolable and turned to re
sume his examination of the wit
ness. The court kindly relieved the
spectators and attorneys in the
courtroom by saying to the lawyer,
“Xo, Mr. McGraw, the court does
not chew.” Ban Francisco Argo
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