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We want to build a school house
at Piedmont. We arc 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
yeur 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
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THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GA2ETTE THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1902.
LET YOUR WANTS BE KNOWM
The business man who wishes
his business to grow must keep it
before the people.
The most approved way of keep
ing before the public is in the
The newspaper is your introduc
tory salesman; it talks to the
prospective customers about your
store and goods in their homes
and they are told what you. have
in stock and helps them make up
their minds before they leave
home where they will make their
purchases. If you don’t tell the
people what you have to sell how
are they going to find it out?
You have got to make your
wants known in this world. If,
you want trade you must ask for
it or you will he like the donkey
in the following story:
Once upon a time a donkey fell
into a drop hole, and after nearly
starving, caught sight of a pass
ing fox and implored the stranger
to help him out.
“I am too small to aid you, said
the fox, “but I will give you some
advice. Only a few rods away is
a big, strong elephant. Call on
him and he will get you out in a
After the fox had gone the don
key reasoned thus: “I am very
weak from want of nourishment.
Every move J make is just so
much additional loss of strength.
If I raise my voice to call the ele
phant I shall be weaker yet. No,
I will not waste my substance
that way. It is the duty of the
elephant to come without calling. ”
Bo the donkey settled himself
back and eventually starved to
Long afterward the fox, on
passing the hole, saw within a
whitened skeleton and remarked:
“If it be that the souls of ani
mals arc transmigrated into men,
that donkey will become one of
those merchants who can never
afford to advertise.—Jackson Ar
TO MY FRIENDS.
It is with joy I tell yon what Kodol
did for me. I wafc troubled with my
stomach for several months. Upon
being advised to use Kodol, 1 did so,
and words cannot tell the good it has
done me. A neighbor had dyspepsia
so that he had tried most everything.
I told him to use Kodol. Words of
gratitude have come to me from him
because I recommended it—Geo. W.
Fry, Viola. lowa. Health and strength
of mind and body, depend on the
stomach, and normal activity of the
digestive organs. Kodol, the great
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and bowel troubles, indigestion, dys
pepsia. Kodol digests all the food
you eat. Take a dose after meals.
Jno H. Blackburn.
L. Holmes. Barnesville, Ga.
A young girl is the nearest ap
proach to an angel thatwe have —
and the most exasperating.
It has never yet been decided
whether a woman is happier when
THE DOCTORS EX
TEND THEIR TIME
Owing to the Inrgt l Number who have
Keen l T liable to nee the KriiiNli I toe
tors, These Eminent Gentlemen
Have Extended the Time for Giving
Their Services Free for Three inontlis
to All Wlio fall Upon Them Before
Owing to the large number of invalids
who have called upon the Brittish doc
tors at their office in Macon at 354
second Street who have been unable to
see them, these eminent doctors have,
by request, consented to continue
giving their services entirely free for
three months (medicines excepted) to
all invalids who call upon them for
treatment between now and Sept. 17th.
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 conditions will aiiy charge
whatever be made for any services ren
dered for three months to all who call
before Sept. 17th. The doctors treat
all forms of diseases and deformities
and guarantee a cure in every case
they undertake. At the lirst'inter
view a thorough examination is made,
and. if curable, you are 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. I
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SrsctAL Notice : —lf you cannot call
send stamp for question blank for home
The Jukes Family.
SOO Outlaws and Criminals by Neg
lecting One Family.
New York is wrestling with a
great problem, what shall we do
with the Jukes family? This
family of near 800 criminals be
gan less than a century ago by
neglecting three little orphans,
Margaret and her brother and sis
ter, as they wandered along the
Hudson river. The neglect has
turned to be a great disaster.
These criminals are banded
throughout the State for every
kind of villiany; murders, arsons,
highway robbery, prostitution,
i idiocy, degradation of the child
ren of the best, and every other
i crime. Neglecting Margaret has
cost New York $8,000,000.00 and
the family and crime will contin
ue to increase
The orphan’s homes of Georgia,
at Decatur, Hapeville, Atlanta,
Washington, Macon, Augusta and
elsewhere are trying their utmost
i to save us from such families and
I such families. The -best children
! neglected will become criminals.
We are wise to put our gifts in
to these Homes, for they will
save us taxes and future crimi
nals, and save our children from
degrading companions. A few
dollars in some Orphans Home
might have saved New York $3,000
000.00. Will Georgians be wiser?
To help these Orphans Homes
an Annual Work-Day has been ap
pointed on which every one is
asked to give at least the value of
that day’s work to the orphans.
We hope every friend of
humanity will keep Saturday,
Sept. 17, as work day for the
thousands of orphans and send
up their gifts through their
Sunday Schools on Sunday,
There are thousands of orphans,
waifs, babies and cripples who
truly need a helping hand to keep
them from drowning in crime,
sin and worthlesedess. Give
them your hand, your work-day.
H. M. Crumley.
The greatest depth of water in
the world is in the pacific Ocean
near the Island of Guam, 81,624
feet —just about six miles.
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Notice is hereby given that the
] Commissioners ot Registration
! will open their books for the pur
! pose of registering the qualified
j voters of the City of Barnesville
ion Wednesday, August2oth, 1902,
i and keep the same open for three
days, to-wit: August 20, 21 and
; 22—as provided by law and the
ordinances of said City. Only the
qualified voters of the City of
Barnesville thus registered, shall
be entitled to vote at the annual
Municipal election to be held on
Tuesday, August 26th, 1902, at
whiel time 3 Aldermen of said
City and one Member of the Dis
pensary Commission of Barnes
ville, Ga.,”will be voted for and
elected. All persons wishing to
vote at said election will take no
tice hereof, and govern themselves
By order of the Mayor and
Council, this August 6th, 1902.
J. A. Blalock,
Clerk and Treas. j
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GRIFFIN HAS FIRE
WITH $3,000 DAMAGE.
The stock of goods of J. H. Huff
it Son was seriously damaged by
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The buildings were owned by Dr.
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