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An exchange tells of a school
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mouth, and this is what he wrote:
“The mouth is the front door of
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cold storage of our anatomy. The
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mouth the politician would be a
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and go down to a dishonored grave.
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is temptation’s lunch counter
when attached to a maiden, and a
tobacco's friend when attached to
a man. It puts some men on the
rostrum and others in jail. It is
the home of that unruly member,
the tongue Without it married
life would be a summer dream
and the dude would lose half his
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THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE THURSDAY, 4J7GUSI* 7, 1902.
“ I was given up to die with
quick consumption. I then began
to use Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. I
improved at once, and am now in
perfect health.” —Chas. E. Hart
man, Gibbstown, N. Y.
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Wanted Plenty of Plugs.
“I hopes as how you will excuse
me, gents,” said the guide, as he
proceeded to make an inventory of
the supplies provided for the hunt
ing trip, “but I like to make sure
that everything’s O. K. ’Taint
proper to take no chances in these
here matters, an’ I ’specially wants
to know that the liquor is all here.
Y’ see, 1 knowed a man once who’d
a passed in his checks good and
plenty if it hadn’t been fer a couple
o’ bottles of the old stuff.”
“Snake bite?” asked one of the
The guide shook his head. “Ac
cident,” he said.
“Accident!” exclaimed the
other in surprise. “Oh, 1 suppose
the whiskey acted as a stimulant
and kept his strength up until
you could get medical assistance.”
“No-o; ’tain’t just that,” an
swered the guide, “but the thing
give us all a bad scare, an’ I ain’t
never took chances of bein’ with
out a few bottles since then.”
“Tell us about it.”
“Well,” said the guide, as soon
us he had convinced himself that
the whisky was there, “It was
this here way: Me an’ Bill, my
partner, has a big party out, an’
one of the fellers is a measly little
fool chap with a .518 gun that he is
forever shootin’ off. Now a .38
riile ain’t the biggest thing in the
way of a shootin’ iron there is in
these parts., but it can bore a hole
plenty big enough to suit most
folks, an’ this feller seems jest
achin’ to plug somebody. He acts
like he really wants to do it, an’
we has to talk to him frequent and
strong about blazin’ away prom
iskus-like. But it don’t do no
good. He goes away from camp
every night to blaze at everything
he sees in the woods, an’ on one
night he catches Bill.
“Me an’ Bill is sittin’s by the
camp-fire when the stunt comes
off, an’ we has two bottles in front
of us. That’s the only thing that
saves Bill’s life. If we’d forgot
them bottles he’d’ a been goner
fersure; he’d ’a’ tramped the
golden stairs ’thout havin’ time to
take his boots off, which would ’a’
been mighty bad manners, an’
Bill’s a stickler fer doin’ things
right and proper. But the bottles
is there and he’s saved.”
“But, how t]id you save him?”
demanded an impatient member
of the party.
“But, how did they save him?
you havent told us yet.”
Oh, fer sure?” exclaimed the
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guide, apologetically. “Clean for
got to tell you how ’twas done,
did’ntl? Y’see, it happens like
this: Me an’ Bill issittin' by the
fire with the bottles in front of us
feelin’ its a shame to turn in
leavin’ any to be split by some
careless galoot, when a bullet from
this here .38 come singin’ along
an hits Bill Bill in the right side
breast, goin’ right through his
body. Well, in course, it’s dollars
to dry twigs that he’ll bleed to
death if that there wound ain’t
fixed up mighty sudden. There
ain’t no time for foolin’ when a
bullet goes clean through a man,
an’ that’s where we was lucky in
not forgettin’ the whisky.”
“But what good did that do
you?” asked the* impatient one.
“I say, what good did that do
“Oh, what good did that do?
Why, Bill he’s a man what ain’t
ever flabbergasted. He knows what
to do every time, he does, an’ he
jest reaches over fer the corks, an
he takes one an’ I takes the other
an’ he plugs up the hole behind
an’ 1 plugs up the hole in front,
an’ there he is as good as ever.”
The various members of the
party looked hard at the guide, but
he was as solemn as an owl.
“No, sir,” he said, “it ain’t
safe to take no chances, and if
you’ll excuse me, gents, I'll jest
say a how the supply is a little
“Short!” they exclaimed.
“Why, there are eight bottles
“Fer sure,” replied the guide,
calmly, “but there’s six in the
party, an’ Bill’s accident has
taught me that it ain’t safe to start
t thout having two plugs fer each
Invalid’s Are Crowding.
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A staff of eminent physicians and
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of a large number of patients under
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These eminent gentlenmen have
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Her Tribute to I<ove.
They were three little maids
from school riding out on a sub
urban car, and as they swung
their school bags they discussed
the relative accomplishments of
their respective parents, says the
“My mamma has been abroad
three times and can speak French
just the same as American,”
boasted one, Hipping back hex
My mother can play everything
on the piano—Sausa's marches
and all,” said the second.
The third looked dreamily
across the fields. “I don’t know
that my mother can do anything,”
she said slowly, “but, oh, she is
such an awfuliy good mother to
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To have given up would havr ment
death for Mrs. LouisCragg. of Dorches
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writes. “I could scarcely breathe and
sometimes could not speak. All doctors
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Education Should Broaden.
Is it not a fact that a great
many bright boys and girl actually
learn to quit w r ork, to refuse to
help about the house or farm, at
some of the schols to which they
have been sent? What does it
profit a boy or girl to be thus
taught to shoot at the sky and
go in the hole? asks the Galveston
It is all right for parents to
strive to make their sons and
daughters leaders of men and wo
men, and to push them in their
education just as far as they will
go. It is all right for boys and
girls to be ambitious and hopeful,
and to look aloft in the yearn
ings to be of special use to the
world. It is not right to fancy
that the opportunity to accom
plish such things lies along only a
few old lines within the narrow
scope of a few worn-out and over
The world is wide. The old fal
lacy as to differences and distinc
tions in callings has been explod
ed. It is the age of progress and
of practical education. It is no
longer in order to adhere to the
old-time course which tends to
the bright boy or girl that there
is no useful service that is to be
despised. Such, at all events,
should be the kind of teaching
which he State offers free to its
BOY CURED OF COLIC AFTER
PI AD FAILED.
My boy when four years old was taken
with colic and cramps in his stomach.
I sent for the doctor and he injected
morphine, but the child kept getting
worse. I then gave him half a teaspoon
ful of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy and in half an
hour he was sleeping and soon recover
ed—F. L. Wilkins, Snell Lake, Wis. Mr.
Willis is book-keeper for the Shell Lake
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Jno. H. Blackburn.
Friend—“ Hard up and been
married only two month? Well,
take cheer and remember love
makes the world go around.”
Benedict (sadly)—Yes, but it
doesn’t make the milkman and
butcher boy go round.” —Chicago
Calpurina Bristol drew back
with an expression of horror her
fair young face. Her bosom rose
and fell like a table-cloth on a
clothes-line when the wind blows,
and her delicate, sensitive nostrils
dilated to the last notch.
Reginald Briggs saw at once
that something was the matter.
Instinctively his hand went up to
his necktie. It seemed to be in
place, and his collar had not be
“Fair one,” he cried at last,
when could bear the strain no
longer, “what is it? Nay, do not
seek to conceal it from me. My
reason tells me you are agitated.
lam strong. I can stand it.”
“No, no, no!” she cried, bury
ing her face in her hands and try
ing in vain to keep back her emo
tion. “Go away. Do not put me
to the test. Oh, heavens! this is
Overcome by her emotion, she
sat down upon a rustic bench and
The young man bent over her
and said in pleading tones:
“Tell me —tell me, Calpurina —
I mean ”
“Cease!” she cried dashing her
tears away and indignantly facing
him. “Never address me again!
I supposed that you were wearing
a panama hat, but I see it is only
a $4 imitation. And I have walk
ed all around the club-house in
your company before everybody!
He slipped out through a side
gate a moment later and ran
through the woods, wondering
whether it would be better to try
live it down or keep on toward the
setting sun. —Chicago Record-
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Women ar Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
Sand cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be bom
afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment ot
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are marie mis
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ing all about it, including many of the
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mention this paper.
A loving word is always a safe
word, It may or may not be a
helpful word to the one who hears
it, but it is sure to be a pleasant
memory to the one who speaks it.
Many a word spoken by us is af
terwards regretted, but no word of
affectionate appreciation to which
we have given utterance finds a
place among our sadly remember
ed expressions. Looking back
over our intercouse with a dead
friend, or a fellow-worker, we
may, indeed, regret that we were
ever betrayed into saying a hasty
or a harsh or unloving word of
censure or criticism in that inter
course, and we may wish vainly
that we had now the. privilege of
saying all the loving words that
w r e might have honestly spoken
while they were yet with ns. But
there will never come into your
heart at such moments a single
pang of regret over any word of
impulsive or deliberate affection
which passed your lips at any
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“For forty years I suffered un
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writes J. H. Johnston, of Brough
ton, Ga., “that often I was unable
to work. Then, when everything
else failed, I was wholly cured
by Dr. King’s New Discovery for
Consumption. My wife suffered
intensely from Asthma, till it
cured her, and all our experience
goes to show it is the best Croup
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throat and lung diseases. Guar
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in the system. It cures by
cleansing and vitalizing the
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URICSOL is a luminary in
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and will continue to cure more
of the above diseases than all
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' This great and thoroughly tested
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< never disappoints. It cures in
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Try it and be convinced that
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