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 pounds soak a cloth with the liniment
> and bind on the same an you would a fioultlce.
For other hurts apply freely and rub It well in.
Mexican Mustang Liniment
is a sure remedy for curing Scaly Legs among poultry.
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Yet may be perplexed regarding the means for gratifying that
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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. Me 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
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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.
Interest on deposit <Tt 6%,
4 % Dividend on 100 Shares Steel Common VM). A)
Less 6% interest on 100 shares Steel Common,
This is over 50 per cent, a year on your investment without considering
ANY advance in the stock at ail. 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 W. ( 'a.es, is
backed by a pool of *250,000.000 composed of J. Piernont Morgan, Marshal
Field. John Ji Mitchell. President Illinois Trust Cos.. Moore Bros and severa.
other capitalists, for the purpose of putting prices verr much higher. We
would advise the immediate purchase of all good dividend paying stocks, such
as Manhattan, St. Paul. P.ock Island. Atchison common .Steel and I copies Oas.
Write for Special Letter Giving Full Details.
THE BARNESYILLE NEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1902.
We had a nice rain at Stewart
Messers. Horace Johnson and
Columbus Love are painting Ebe
nezer church. It looks like anew
Mr. Glenn Shehee of Meansville
attended prayer meeting Sunday
Miss Mattie Williams returned
home from Senoia Sunday last.
Mr. Frank Johnson of near
Weaver, attended prayer meeting
Mr. J. B. Trice and Nora Shock
ley attended singing Sunday at
Miss Fannie Crane spent Friday
night last with Miss Nora Shock
Misses Mattie Williams’ and
Nora Shockley will spend Satur
day night and Sunday with Miss
Mrs. Emma Brannanwill spend
Saturday night and Sunday at
Mrs. W. J. Lynch’s.
Vacation time is here and the child
ren are fairly living out of doors. There
could be no healthier place for them.
You need not only to guard against
the accident incidental to most open
air spyrts. No remedy equals DeWitt’s
Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stopping
pain or removing danger of serious con
sequences. For cuts’scalds and wounds
‘‘l used DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve
for sores cuts and bruises,” says L.B.
Johnson, Swift, Tex. ‘‘lt is the best
remedy on the market.” Sure cure for
piles and skin disease. Beware of coun
Jno. H. Blackburn,
Griffin, Ga., July 28. —Mr. D.
B. Hollon, formerly of this sec
tion, but now of Pittsburg, Tex.,
arrived in the city today and to
his intimate friends announced
his marriage to Miss Rose Yar
brough of Williamson, Ga., the
ceremony to occur on the evening
of August sth at the residence of
the bride’s father, I)r. J. D. Yar
The marriage will he one of un
usual interest as Mr. Hollon is a
Georgia boy and conies back after
years to wed one of the loveliest
ladies of this section.
The healthy old man wears
his gray hairs like a silver crown.
What if he be three score and ten
if there is still fire in his eye firm
ness in his step, command in his
voice and wisdom in his counsel?
He commands Jove and reverence.
Yet how few wear the mantle of
age with dignity. Dim eyed,
querulous of speech, halting in
step, childish in mind, they “lag
superfluous on the stage,’’ drag
ging out the fag end of life in a
simple existence. The secret of a
healthy old age is a healthy mid
dle age. The man who takes care
of his stomach, who keeps liis
body properly nourished, will find
that the body does not fail him
in old age. The great value of
Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Dis
covery lies in the preservation of
the working powers of the stom
ach and organs of digestion and
nutrition. From this center is
distributed the nourishment of
the whole body, the salt for the
blood, the lime for the bones,
phosphates for the brain and
nerves. A sound stomach means
a sound man. The man who keeps
his stomach sound by the use of
“Golden Medical Discovery’’ will
wear the crown of gray hairs as
befits a monarch, with dignity and
The Freehold, N. J., girl who
sold kisses at a dollar each (not
even drawing the line at the
butcher) in order to raise money
to buy anew carpet for the church
of which she is a member, has de
veloped a form of piety that can
be appreciated by the most urire
generate of the opposite sex. —Ex.
Bean the jO The Kind You Ha 9 Always Bough!
Coffee has been in use among
civilized nation for 219 years.
John Sobieski first found the ber
ry in the camps of the defeated
Turks in 1688.
Xodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you oat.
FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
A Family of Chicks That Wer
Hatched In a Tree.
About May 1 one of our hens,
which was known to be laying, to
tally •disappeared. For some ten
days she baffled all our efforts to
discover any trace of her. At last
she was found sitting on the eggs
she had laid in a squirrel’s nest in
a Scotch tir tree at a height of six
teen feet from the ground.
For the remaining eleven days of
her incubation the hen was watched
descending and ascending from
bough to bough to her high perch,
at first every day once, hut latterly
once every other day, as far as could
On Thursday, May 22, the hen
was found with six live chickens
and two dead ones at tho foot of
the tree. Unluckily no one wit
nessed the actual descent. She
could not, however, be persuaded to
enter an ordinary hen coop.
With some trouble the hen and
her six chickenß were got eventual
ly on to some straw in an old rail
way carriage, which I had erected
some years ago on the edge of the
hen run, which is sheltered from the
north wind by a fir plantation,
where many squirrels build their
In order to convey her chickens
from the railway carriage to the
ground the hen was seen to spread
out her tail and descend with all
six young chickens at once on her
back. Doubtless she had conveyed
them down the sixteen feet from the
fir tree in the same fashion,, but
probably only one or two at a time.
—Letter in Nature.
“A Sunflower Concert."
Fasten a sheet to two tall posts
placed at some distance from the
wall, or it can be fastened in a
wide doorway. Paint on the sheet
as many green stalks with leaves on
them as you desire flowers. At the
top of each stalk either paint, the
yellow petals of a sunflower or cut
them from yellow paper and paste
to the sheet with mucilage. After
the flower is completed cut a ring
from the center, leaving an open
middle in each flower. Behind the
sheet are as many little girls as flow
ers, standing so that the faces peep
forth from the hearts of the blos
soms. In front of the sheet some
real grass is scattered; there are
also a rake, water sprinkler and
a few pots of flowers to give a
gardenlike effect. Two young girls
in broad, flower trimmed hats
stand in this garden and lead the
little living sunflowers in song.
This is n very “taking’' and pretty
entertainment, and the painting is
so coarsely done that no one need
hesitate to try it. Effect only is
aimed at. and two hours will be
quite sufficient to accomplish it.—
New York World.
Cool In Summer, Warm In Winter.
Whereas the earth gets thorough
ly heated with a week of sun, the
temperature of the sea takes many
weeks to rise and is at its highest
point at a time when the soil is al
ready cooling off. During the win
ter the sea slowly gives up its sum
mer heat and so warms the air above
it and the land near it. In summer
the process is reversed.
Stand with the toes together and
hands on hips; spring upward and
as you rise in the air cross your feet
ami return them to the same posi
tion. The toes must be kept point
ed, or they will strike against each
other as they attempt to cross. Do
not heed the curious sensation as if
the feet were held by bonds, but
Place both feet together, the toes
on a line, and the hands on the hips;
now kneel slowly until both knees
rest on the ground. Itise again,
without removing the hands from
the hips, on the toes from the line.
Do it twenty times at least without
The doctor came, and he said 'twos plain
That dolly’s trouble was chronic.
And he thought a ride on a railroad train
Would suit her best for a tonic.
Bo 1 wrapped her up with the greatest
And put on her Sunday bonnet.
And the engine—that was the rocking
"With Engineer Harry upon it.
I gave my dolly all she would need
And propped her up with a pillow;
She was flying along at lightning speed
In her palace car of willow.
But all at once she fell on the track;
Oh. 'twas a dreadful ending!
The engine rocker went over her back.
And I m ’frald she’s past all mending.
—Eudora 8. Bumstepd In St. Nicholas.
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borno tho signature of
yf and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
/•ccccJuM Allow no ono to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children —Experience against Experiment.
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Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare*
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Tho Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
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In Use For Over 30 Years.
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A gentleman whose liberality in
no way corresponds to his means,
found out one day that there was
some remainder ale in his cellar
almost spoiling and decided to get
rid of it without delay.
The next morning when he was
rambling over his estate, became
across a party of workmen.
Addressing the man in charge, he
ostentatiously presented the ale
to the men and said they could
go and fetch it as they liked.
A few days afterwards he hap
pened to meet, ( lie foreman again
and immediately proceeded to
extract from him in some way a
suitable acknowledgement of the
bounty recently bestowed.
“Well, Williams,” said the
donor, with the air of a man who
had granted an unspeakable favor,
“did you and your men have that
“Oh, yes sir, thank you, we had
it,” was the reply.
“That’s right, and how did you
like it?” said the gentleman, de
siring a warmer expression of
“Oh, yes, it was just the thing
for us,” was the rather vague re
“Ila, that’ll do then; but what
do you mean by ’just the thing?”
“Well, sir,” said Williams, “if
it ’ad been a little better we
shouldn’t a ’ad it, and if it ’ad
been a little worse we coold’t a
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Less—“ You haven’t! Why she
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Nell —“Poor girl! She certainly
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It sustains her during the trials
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cures leucorrhoea, falling of the
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in every form. It is valuable in
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I am naing Wine of Cardui and Thed
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