Mexican Mustang Liniment
for horse ailments, for cattle ailments, for sheep ailments.
The most sensible thing to do when suffering
from Bruises or Cuts is to treat the wound with
because it is noted for its ability to drive out sore
ness and inflammation, after which it heals the
damaged flesh in a remarkably short space of time.
For open wounds soak a cloth with the liniment
and hind on the same as you would a poultice.
For other hurts apply freely and rub it well lu.
Mexican Mustang Liniment
is a sure remedy for curing Scaly Legs among poultry.
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 they 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.
X—Evening Dress. 2—Tuxedo Dinner Jacket, B—Prinea Albert Frock Coat. 4—Bid
ing Clothes. s—Single Breasted Business Suit, fi—Double Breasted Sack Suit. 7
Norfolk Suit. B—Flannel Suit. I)—Top Coats. 10—Liveries and Uniforms. 11—Fur
nishings. 12—Shoes. 13—Suit Cases, Bags and Hat Boxes.
14—2-Piece Outing Suit. 15—8-Piece Suit. 15—Norfolk Suit. 16—'Boys’ Sailor Suit.
16—Peter Thompson Sailor Suit. 17—New Columbia Double Breasted. 17—Double-
Breasted Jacket and Pants Suit. 18 —Boys’Coatee Suits. 18—Full Dress Tuxedo. 19—
Irvington Suits. 19—Russian Suits. 20—Wash Suits.
Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Md.
Seasons and Styles.
Come and go but the appetite remains the same.
Fine Steaks and Roasts^
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.
P. F. nATTHEWS & SON
P. S. J. W. Stocks is with us and solicits the patronage of his
Wright & Garfield
Bankers and Brokers
-52 Brodway, New York.
Branch Offices: 30 West 23d St. 219 West 125th St.
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 per cent, margin.
Margin deposited $300.00
Interest on deposit (ft 6%, < 18/X)
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 GREAT 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 W. Gates, is
backed by a pool of $250,000,000 com posed of J. l’ierpont 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, Kook Island. Atchison common. Steel and Peoples Gas.
Write for Special Letter Giving Full Details.
THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1902.
FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
The Doy Who Had Seven Hats and
Couldn’t Find One to Wear.
Harry Willis had six hats. There
was his best hat, a round cloth hat
with a turned up brim; a striped
bicycle cap, two polo caps, a cloth
cap with a peak and a straw hat.
Yes, he had a sailor hat besides.
That makes seven. But for all that
lie was the most hatless boy I ever
heard of. Every time he went out
he had a terrible time hunting for
a hat to wear.
One day everybody was ready to
go driving—everybody except Har
ry. He was looking for a hat. Papa
called that if Harry didn’t come
soon he’d go without him. Mamma
was just getting into the carriage,
but she turned back.
“What’s the trouble, Harry ?” she
“I can’t find my hat,” replied
Harry. “Somebody always takes it
away and hides it.”
“Where did you put the last one
you wore ?”
“Well, I don’t know,” said Har
ry, looking perplexed. “I think on
the hall table or on the sofa in the
sitting room or perhaps on the
bookcase or in the dining room or
“The other day when you came in
I saw you throw your hat across the
sitting room, and it flew behind the
sofa,” said Bridget.
“It isn’t any such—l mean you
must be mistaken, Bridget. Now,
that’s my last hat. Somebody has
hidden them all. I haven’t seen my
sailor hat for a week nor the peaked
cap either. I lost my best hat last
Sunday and my bicycle cap three
days ago. I had my straw hat yes
terday morning, and I haven’t seen
it since. And that’s the second
polo cap I’ve lost today. It’s just
too bad. Somebody hides’them on
“Suppose you look behind the so
fa, Harry,” suggested mamma. “I
must go. Papa won’t wait any
“It isn’t there, I know.” But
Harry ran in to see. He pulled out
the sofa with a desperate tug and
looked behind it.
What do you think he found?
In a heap in the corner lay a
straw hat and a sailor Hat, a best
hat with a turned up brim, a striped
bicycle cap, two polo caps and a
cloth cap with a peak.
Did you ever hear of such a boy?
A Little Girl In Bermuda.
A lady who recently visited Ber
muda says she met a little colored
girl who said her name was Eleanor
Beatrice Virginia Blanche Smith,
but that her mother called her Min
nie for short. The same little girl
sang a hymn ending with the re
markable refrain, “And wo’ll all
smell the hominy.” It was after
ward learned that the true version
was, “And we’ll all swell the har
mony.”—New York Tribune.
Who is it, boys, who earns respect
Throughout the school and learns the
To profit by his leisure hours—
Who’s always looking blithe and gay?
It's not the boy who hangs about,
Intent on "passing time away,"
But he who combination tries
Of honest work and honest play.
This lesson, learned ip early youth.
Intensified becomes each day;
“The boy is father to the man,”
No doubt you've heard the sages say.
You’ll soon find by experience
That shirking cannot ever pay;
Successful men all advocate
Both honest work and honest play.
The Magic Pill Box.
A plain, 6mall, round pill box is
best for this trick. Select a coin
which fits exactly in the box and
prepare one side of it in such a way
that it resembles the bottom of the
box by pasting a piece of paper sim-
TOOLS OF THE THICK.
ilar to the inside of the box over
one side of the coin, or a better
plan would be to paint the inside of
the box black and use black paper
for the coin.
The performer shows the unpre
pared side of the coin to the audi
ence and after allowing them to ex
amine the box places the coin in it
with the paper side on top. When
the box is opened, the coin will ap
?arently have disappeared —New
MENTAL FATIGUE TESTS.
Avery interesting report by Mr.
Parez of Edinburgh, issued by the
board of education, discusses the
question of mental fatigue. At
tempts have been made to estimate
fatigue by such tests as the loss of
muscular power, the decrease of
sensibility in the skin or increase of
inaccuracy in the work done. Math
ematics and, strange to say, gym
nastics prove to be the most ex
hausting subjects; foreign lan
guages and religious instruction
come next, hut at a long interval;
the mother tongue, natural science,
geography and history lit
tle calls on the system; singing and
drawing still less. Afternoon work
is inferior to and more tiring than
that done in the morning, and even
iu the latter efficiency increases up
to a maximum and then begins to
The Vice President’s Position.
The late English embassador,
Lord Pauncefote, while a man of
democratic ways and confessing a
fondness for life in the United
States, was always a great stickler
for form on state occasions. When
he was created an he
claimed the right as the personal
representative of Queen Victoria to
the place next the president at all
social functions which both attend
ed. This occasioned controversy,
the late Vice President Hobart, who
was one of the most lavish enter
tainers Washington ever knew, in
sisting that he should precede the
embassador. President McKinley
decided in Vice President Hobart’s
favor on the ground that the vice
president occupied the same posi
tion toward the president as an heir
apparent did toward a monarch.
The worst use of slang is not
when it is fresh and piquant, but
when it becomes stale and passes
into the regular vocabulary of the
people, to the exclusion of good
English, says the Toronto Globe.
Such expressions as “I can see his
finish” when they are first uttered
are often used with considerable
humorous effect. But the language
is impoverished and vulgarized by
the habitual use of “turn down” for
reject, “call down” for a mild re
buke, “roast” for a severe one, etc.
After these expressions have been
used for a certain time they ought
to be taken out of circulation, along
with the ragged banknotes.
Among the railroad reforms
much approved and applauded by
travelers is the issue of orders by
several corporations of prominence
forbidding the banging about of
railroad luggage in the riotous man
ner which has been the habit all
over the United States. It is no ex
aggeration to say that in countless
cases men employed by the rail
roads have displayed a perverted
ambition to excel one another us
“baggage smashers,” eager to show
the strength of their muscles and
bent upon surpassing their rivals
in wanton destruction of private
property. —New York Tribune.
Educate Tour Bowels Willi Cstacarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure cormllpation forever.
oc. 26c. If C. C- C. fail, druggist,* refund money.
A fox terrier can discount phil
osophy, and a cow with her cud
knows more content than there is
in the bosom of a church.
Too much housework Wrecks wo
men’s nerves. And the constant
care of children, day and night., is
often too trying for even a strong
woman. A haggard face tells the
story of the overworked housewife
and mother. Deranged menses,
leucorrha-a and falling of the
womb result from overwork.
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in perfect condition,
is doing this for thousands of
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For the Next 30 Days
we will sell No. 2 Shingles at
$1.50 per thousand. **£>
BARNESVILLE PLANING MILLS.
Let us have your Orders for Mill Supplies or Shop Work.
Mallory Bros. Machinery Cos.,
Mention thi* paper. MACON, GEORGIA,
GOOD HORSES AND MULES
always on hand for sale or trade. Will give bargain in
7 Second-Hand Top Buggies.
So I can get new Burnesville Buggies for Livery use, day or night
T. W. COCHRAN.
Off for flioHtate Shoot.
A team composed of five crack
marksmen of the Bartlesville
Blues left Monday morning for
Macon, where they are now prac
ticing in the State Shoot.
The team was composed of
First Lieut. Lawrence Hunt, Sear
geant Walter lieviere, Corporal
Clarence Willis, and Privates
Clarence Collier and Isaac Middle
The boys will return home the
latter part of the week and hope
to bring off some of the prizes.
‘•I am using a box of Cham-
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and find them the best thing for
| my stomach I ever used,” says'l'.
; W. Robinson, Justice of the peace,
Loomis,Mich. These Tablets not
only correct disorders of the
stomach but regulate the liver and
bowels They are easy to take
and pleasent in effect. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by
Jno. H. Bj.ackburn.
Some men are such tuft-hunt
ers that they brag about losing |
all their money to a big gun.
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The Barnesville Baseball team
! met and defeated the Zebulon
team on the afternoon of the 4th
by a score of 11 to f>.
The game was well played and
the best played here this season.
Something over 500 spectators
were out to see the game and all
seemed to be well pleased as to
The feature of the game was the
of Curry of the locals and Hale of
Colds are sometimes more trouble
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L. Holmes. Barnesville, Ga.
The longer a man argues to
make a woman see the reason of
a thing, the surer she is to trust
to her instinct about it.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.