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A “Larry” Jerome Story.
A friend recently put this ques
tion to District Attorney Jerome,
whose father, Lawrence Jerome,
was a celebrated wit of his day,
ami who was generally spoken of
among familiars as “Larry. - ’
“How many of these stories that
are attributed to your father real
ly emanated from him, and how
many are fictitious?”
“Well,” replied the district at
torney,“l am not prepared to say;
some of them are undoubtedly
manufactured, but of the origin
of one I am convinced, as I was
one of the actors. On a certain
occasion a good many years ago,
when 1 was a little chap, I was
riding on my father’s knee in a
Fifth avenue Btage, every other
seat being taken. At a corner a
lady entered, and my father said
to me in severe tones: ‘Why,
Travers, my boy, I am ashamed
of you! Why don’t you get up
and give this lady your seat?”
“ in lime. Sold by dru(liitii. El.
Use Good English.
Strange as it may seem, most
of the men and women of today
who aspire to become influential
orators or writers, even those who
are graduates of high schools and
colleges, find that, like Dwight L.
Moody, the evangelist, they have
not mastered grammar. Kornear-
ly twenty years, educators, almost
without exception, have been try
; ing, with but indifferent success,
j to make various sugar-coated lan
guage-lesson series do the work
formerly accomplished by old
fashioned grammars in giving stu
dents an accurate working knowl
edge of their mother tongue. One
natural consequence of these at
tempts is that the number is com
paratively much smaller than it
once was of so-called well educa
ted young people who can tell
with certainty whether or not they
speak and write just what they
wish to express.
Thorough drill in formal gram
mar should be made a prominent
feature in every school whose pu
pils are not less than ten years
old or more than twenty-five. But
inasmuch as this subject, as usu
ally presented, is found to be very
difficult and uninteresting for pu
pils under ten years of age, it may
well be preceded by an elementary
course in language lessons, which
will enkindle interest and prepare
the mind for the solid work in
analysis and construction which
should follow. —Success.
Bear* the lhe Kind You Have Always Dougtt
lloy.. Plea* Don’t—
Imagine you own a girl because
you take her to the theater occa
Regard it a smart trick to spirit
away your chum's girl.
Insist upon a girl giving you
her undivided attention, unless
you are engaged.
Get into the habit of complain
ing about your business not agree
ing with you.
Growl because your income
holds down your extravagant
Write letters to your girl which
your mother would be ashamed
Make yourself conspicuous by
saying mean things about the
Think it makes you appear
large to call your fnthes the “old
Allow your mother to hear you
make use of profane expressions.
Tell even your chum the confi
dence reposed in you by a girl.
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the /y s/g.
Signature of L/La/ffP
THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1002;
“I have used Ayer’s Hair Vigor
for thirty years. It is elegant for
a hair dressing and for keeping the
hair from splitting at the ends.” —
J. A. Gruenenfelder, Grantfork, 111.
friendships. If the hair
splitting is done on your
own head, it loses friends
for you, for every hair of
your head is a friend.
Ayer’s Hair Vigor in
advance will prevent the
splitting. If the splitting
has begun, it will stop it.
SI.OO a bottle. All druggists.
If vour druggist cannot supply you,
send us one dollar and we will express
you a bottle. He sure and give the name
of your nearest express office. Address,
J. C. AYER €O., Lowell, Mass.
Pa Had His Say.
A young woman who prevailed
on her parents to send her to one
of the fashionable seminaries un
derwent a social evolution inside
of a year that made the old folks
wonder just where they were at.
Her letters grew less affectionate
and more affected with the pass
ing of the months; she mapped
out and carried into effect an
itinerary for her vacation of last
summer that gave her exactly
seven nights at home in more
than thirteen weeks; her clothes
for the period cost her father
nearly $(500; and her mother
found herself principally engaged
in keeping track of the blooming
scholar’s gowns. When she re
turned to the seminary in Septem
ber there was no improvement,
from the parents view-point. She
graduated, however, with some
honors, and bounced home a few
weeks ago to inform her father
that she was now ready to under
take a special course in “physchol
ogy, sociology, bib ”
“Now, see here, sis, we’ve put
up with this - sort of thing nigh
onto two years, and we’ve had
enough. I’ve no doubt you’ve
done yourself proud after a fash
ion ; but mother and me has con
cluded that you’ll stop at home,
let her have a bit of rest, and that
you’ll take up roastology, boilol
ogy, stitchology, daruology, wash
ology and general domesticology
—and you’d best begin tomorrow,
sis, by gettin’ breakfast ready for
your old dad.” —Philadelphia
This has long been regarded as one
of th-> most dangerous and fatal dis
eases to which infants are subject. It
can be cured however when properly
treated. All that is necessary is to
give Chamberlain’s Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil, as
directed with each bottle, and a cure is
For sale by Jno. H. Blackburn.
An exchange says that “e” is
the most unfortunate letter in the
English aphabet, because it is
never in cash, always in debt and
never out of danger. Our ex
change forgets that the aforesaid
letter was never in war but al
ways in peace. It is the begin
ning of existence, the commence
ment of ease, and the end of
trouble. Without it there would
In* no meat, no bread, no life, no
gospel, no heaven.. This reminds
us of the eonumdrum: Why is
the letter “e” like the Day of
Judgement? Because it is the
end of time and the beginning of
| In every town
L and village
may be had,
1 r Grease
that makes your
It’s Human to Err.
We love to hear a man enveigh
ing .against the extravagance of
the American women and puff
ing a 25c. cigar between his puffs
of eloquence and saucasm. We
love to hear a man denouncing
hotly the vanity of women, and
then watch him peeping furtively
into every mirror along broadway
and know that he is secretly ad
miring his own confounded mug.
We love to hear a man growling
about a womans passion for finery
and feathers, and chuckle at him
as he quarrels with his tailor or
smirks as he regards his cravat.
We love to hear a man holding
fortli superiorly upon women’s
love of jewels, and then behold
him flashing his “sparklers” in
his scarf-pin or ring into our daz
zled eyes. We love and venerate
man for his modesty, simplicity,
freedom from vanity, affection,
and conceit, aversion to ornament,
disbelief in his own facination,
unwillingness to spend money
on himself, and so on in an un
ending procession of virtues.
The vanity of woman passeth
understanding; but the vanity of
man surpasses that of woman. A
vain woman is rather amusing ;
a vain man is apt to be disgusting.
The Doctors Ex=
tend Their Time.
Owing to the Large Number Who
Have Been Unable to See the Brit
tish Doctors These Eminent Gentle
men Have Extended The Time for
Giving Their Services Free to All
Who Call Before. Aug. 15.
Owing to a large number of invalids
who have called upon the British doc
tors at their office, 354 Second street,
Macon, Ga.,and who have been unable
to see them, these eminent gentlenmen
have by request, consented to continue
giving their services entirely free for
three months (medicine excepted) to
all invalids who call upon them for
treatment between now and Aug. 15th.
These services consist not only of
consultation and examination and ad
vice, but also of all minor surgical
The object in pursuing this course is
to become rapidly and personally ac
quainted with the sick and afflicted,
and under no condition will any charge
whatever he made for any services ren
dered for three months to all who call
before Aug. loth. The doctors treat
all forms of diseases and deformities
and guarantee a cure in every case
they undertake. At the first inter
view a thorough examination is made,
and, if curable, you arc frankly and
kindly told so; also advised against
spending your money for useless treat
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, also varicocele,
goitre, rupture, cancer, the opium
habit and all diseases of the rectum,
are positively cured by their treatment.
The chief associate surgeon of the
institute is in personal charge.
Hours, 3to 8. Sundays, 10 to 1.
Special Notice : —lf you cannot call
send stamp for question blank for home
A man bought three pounds of
meat and brought it home for his
wife to cook for dinner, and then
went back to his place of business
in the bazaar. The wife was hun
gry and ate the meat.
In the evening the man came
home and asked for his dinner.
“There is no meat,” said the
wife, “for the cat ate it.”
“Bring the cat,” said the man,
“and a pair of scales.”
“Weigh the cat,” said the man.
The cat weighed three pounds.
“If this is the cat,” said the
man, “where is the meat? And
if this is the meat, where is the
Cures Itloixl Poison, Cancer, Ulcers.
If you have offensive pimples
or eruptions, ulcers on any part
of the body, aching bones or joints,
falling hair, mucous patches,
swollen glands, skin itches and
burns, sore lips or gums, eating,
festering sores, sharp, gnawing
pains, then you suffer from serious
blood poison or the beginnings of
deadly cancer. You may be per
manently cured by taking Botanic
Blood Balm (B. B. B.) made
especially to cure the worst blood
and skin diseases. Heals every
sore or ulcer, even deadly cancer,
stops all aches and pains and re
duces all swellings. Botanic Blood
Balm cures all malignant blood
troubles, such as eczema, scabs
and scales, pimples, running sores,
carbuncles, scrofula, Druggists. $1
To prove it cures, sample of Blood
Balm sent free and prepaid by
writing Blood Balm Cos., Atlanta,
Ga. Describe trouble and free
medical advice sent in sealed let
educate Your Hrreli With Cusearets.
ln CandJT Cathartic, rure constipation forever.
If C. C- C. fil, druggists rt tun-1 money.
Rules Governing Baggage.
As nearly everybody travels on
railways more or less it is well
enough to be familiar with rules
Individual baggage rules are set
forth in detail in a circular which
has just been issued by the South
eastern Passenger association.
Baggage consisting of wearing
apparal and such personal effects
of passengers as may be necessary
for their journey, will be checked
upon presentation of proper trans
portation, when enclosed in recep
tacles which will insure safe trans
portation, such as trunks, valises,
telescopes, satchels, leather hat
boxes, medium sized boxes con
taining personal effects and pro
vided with suitable handles, sailor
or emigrant bags (all the foregoing
articles of baggage to be locked or
release to be taken.)
The following articles may be
checked and included in the weight
of the passenger’s baggage: Tool
chests, miners’ packs, steamer
chairs, invalid chairs, guns in
cases, saddles in bags, baggage in
bundles, when properly yvrapped
in canvas or other strong mate
rial (paper wrappers and paste
board boxes of all kinds excepted)
and securely roped,camp equipage,
golf, cricket, baseball or other
club paraphernalia 111 closed re
ceptacles. Sample school desks
and opera chairs, when properly
encased for handling, may be
checked. Typewriters, computing
scales and cash registers, cased,
crated or boxed, must not be checks
ed ; when packed in trunks for safe
handling, the foregoing may be
checked at the owner’s risk. Baby
carriages, go-carts and baby sleighs
when containing only necessary
articles, such as pillows, robes or
blankets, may be checked subject
to the same charge as for (50)
pounds of excess baggage. No
charge is separate from, and has
no connection with., the charge for
excess baggage proper.
No piece of baggage wieghing
over 250 pounds will be accepted
or checked as baggage proper.
Personal baggage, wearing
apparal, to the amount of not over
150 pounds, may be checked for
each passenger holding a whole
ticket, and 75 pounds for each
passenger holding a half ticket,
free, unless otherwise provided
for. Baggage weighing in-excess
of the free allowance authorized
will be subject to a charge of not
less than 15 per cent per hundred
pounds of the regular lowest first
class limited passenger fares via
direct routes, and when no limited
fares are quoted, not less than 15
per cent hundred pounds of the
lowest first-class unlimited pas
senger fares via direct routes, the
understanding being that the rule
will not apply to any special, re
duced or excursion passenger fares
authorized from time to time.
Storage will be charged on each
piece of baggage, either inbound
or outbound, checked, remaining
at station over 24 hours, as fol
The first 24 hours freo.
The second 24 hours or fraction
thereof, 27 cents.
For each succeeding 24 hours or
fraction thereof, 10 cents.
Except that baggage-received at
any time Saturday will be held
until the same hour Monday, and
baggage received any time Sunday
will be held until midnight Mon
day, without charge. This- ex
ception will also apply to apply to
Dogs in crates or provided with
collar, chain and tag. showing
name and adress of owner, when
accompanied by caretaker, will
be transported in baggage cars at
owner’s risk ouly. subject to local
regulations regarding charge for
service. Not more than two dogs
will be carried for any one pas
senger. whether crated or not.
Dogs and animals belonging to
theatrical companies will be car
ried according to instructions gov
erning the transportation of theat- i
rival property. (See ride 1 section
Dogs for bench shows will not
be transported in baggage cars:
owners thereof must be referred
to the express company.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
|! Ji jrs , cures made by Dr.
—— ll Kilmer’s Swamp-Roo’
the great kidney, li V3 r
fpfdrr.J and bladder remedy/
II Li? Itisth E re at medi
pX cal triumph of the nine
-1 j'■ teenth century; dis
fir covered after years of
II ' vs-* % scientific research bv
f" Dr. Kilmer, the emi
- —‘- * nent kidne y nd blad
• der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curine
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright’s Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and fr-dP v ~
send your address to gfljUpaira AsSs-jV
hamton, N. Y.
regular fifty cent and HomeofSwamp-Root.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
We want to build a school house
at Piedmont. We-are now teach
ing sixty pupils in an old barn
like concern made of the ruins
left by the cyclone of a few years
ago. We are in the natural center
of a territory containing a hun
dred students who are deprived of
attending during the most of the
year on account of inadequate ac
commodations. Our community
is poor, composed principally of
Believing that the future of' our
section depends on this work, we
appeal to those who have landed
interests here, to those in sur
rounding towns who are benefitted
by our patronage, to those to
whom offices of county or state
are intrusted and are interested in
their welfare, to all lovers of chil
dren, education and noble endeav
or—to these we appeal for assist
ance in this much needed work.
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