NEWNAN, FIRDAY, MAR.12.
1 am t K e greatest criminal in history.
.1 have kilted more men than have
fallen in all the war* of the world.
1 have turned more men into brutea.
I have made millions of homes uo-
I have transformed many ambitious
youths into hopeless parasites.
1 make smooth the downward path
for countless millions.
I destroy the weak and weaken the
1 ensnare the innocent.
I make the wise man a fool, and
trample the fool into his folly.
The abandoned wife knows me; the
hungry children know tne; the parents,
whose wayward son has bowed their
gray heads in sorrow, know me.
1 have ruinod millions, and I shall
ruin millions more.
1 am King Alcohol.
My brother, Tobacco, clears my way.
The devil is my partner.
Man (fool that he ia| does our work.
It was the class in the second reader,
and little Willie had just been called
upon to rise and take up the reading
where Martha left off. Willie stood at
tention, his book held in the proper po
sition before him, clutched the corner
of his disk with hia free hand, swallow
ed hard, and read:
“This is a warm doughnut. Step on
"What!’’ gasped the teacher. “Wil
lie, that is not correct. Read it again.”
Willie did, with the same result.
Moreover, he maintained stoutly that
that was what hia book said.
So the teacher hafl him bring it to
her. Perhaps there had been a mis
But this is what the teacher read in
Willie's book: "This is a worm. Do
not step on it."
“If some of these finsnciers keep
telling on one another they’ll all end
with the character .that Gal Clay gave
The speaker was Gifford Pinchot. He
“Cal Clay was a witness in behalf
of the deacon, who was up for chicken
“ ‘Calhoun, my man," the lawyer
said, 'what do you know of the dea
“’Hit am unbleachable, sah,' Cal re
n vswiu vu uxija.
Young man, there is one thing you
cannot do. You cannot make success
in life unless you work. Better men
than you have tried and failed. You
can’t loaf Bround the streets, smoke
cigarettes, tell foul stories, drink wl it-
key and sponge on some one else with
out making a failure. You must learn
a trade or get into some honest busi
ness. If you can't you will be a
chronic loafer, despised by all, pro
ducing nothing, simDly making your
self a burden on your parents or on the
State. There is no place in the world
for loafers. The ripe fruit is at the
top of the tree. You must climb to
get it. If you wait for it to fall at
your feet you will never get it. Smarter
men jump up and get it all. Do some
thing, no matter how small. It will be
a starter. Help yourself and others
will help you. There is no road to suc
cess. Toil, grit, endurance; these are
requisities. Wake up and see what
you csn do.
Show us the man who can quit the
society of the young and take pleasure
in listening to the kindly voice of age;
show us a man who is ever ready to
pity and help the deformed; show us a
man who bows as politely and gives the
street as freely to a poor sewing girl as
to the millionaire; who values virtue,
not clothes; shuns the company of such
as congregate at public places to gar.;
at the fair sex, or make unkind re
marks of passing poor girls;show us the
man who abhors the libertine; scorns
ridicule of his mother’s sex and the ex
posure of woman’s reputation; show us
the man who never forgets for an in
stant the delicacy and respect due a
woman—and you will Bhow us a true
When a newspaper gives you a lot
of free advertising in order to boom
some concert or entertainment in
which you are interested, keep track
of the lines that are printed week by
week and multiply that number by the
regular advertising rates of the paper.
Compare the results with the actual
money value of any favor that you
get from any other business concern.
Then take into consideration the fact
that advertising and circulation are ths
only things that a newspaper has to
sell. Now, in these days of higher
prices, how much do y-iu think it
ought to give away? — Northfield
Ths Oulnlns That Dsss Not Affect Ths Head
Ilpcsuae of Its tonic ami laxative effect, I.AXA-
TlVR HKilMO QIUNINK in better than ordinary
Quinine and doea not enuae nervmianeHH nor
ringing in head. Remember the full name and
look lor the aiguature of K. W. GROVli. 25c.
Boy or Girl?
Thla bring* to many mln-ls an old and
tried family remedy—an external ap
plication known a* •Mother* Friend."
During th« period of expectancy It lJ
applfc-d to the abdominal muscles ami Is
designed to soothe the Intricate network
of norves Involved. In this manner it
has such a nnlendld influence a* to Justify
ita uao in all cast** of coming mother
hood. It ha* been generally recom
mended for yesrs and years and thos*
who havn u*ed It apeak In highest pralja
of the immense relief It affonl*. I’artlc-
ularfy do theae knowing mothen speak
of the abrtcnce of morning sieknea*,
absence of strain on the ligament i and
freedom from those many ot hr <11*-
tre»nen which are usually looked forward
to with so much concern.
There Is no question but what
"Mother’s Friend" has 1 marked tendency
to relieve th<* mind and this of It.self In
addition to the phyaPal relief has given
It a very wide popularity among women.
It I.* absolutely safe to use. renders
the sic In pliable. Is penetrating in Its
nature and Is composed of those embro
cations best suited to thoroughly lubri
cate the nerves, muscles, tendons and
You fain obtain "Mother’s Friend" at
almost Hny drug store.
It is prenursd only hv Brad field Reg
ulator (.*>.. 1 l Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ua.
"When la the proper time to con
gratulate a bride and bridegroom?"
"After they have lived together for
at least a year and are still happy.”
THAT TIRED FEELING.
Do Yoo Continually Feel Slug
If you do, it ia probably caused by
your liver. When the liver T^ils to per
form ita functions properly, the sys
tem becomes clogged with poisonous
matter that weighs you down mentally
The liver gets out of order very easi
ly, and if neglected, chronic trouble
usually results. Don’t delay if you feel
badly. You knowingly lay yourself
open to life-long pain, when you allow
yourself to continue in a run-down con
dition. Cure yourself quickly and harm
lessly with the natural vegetable rem
edy. Liv-Ver-Lax. It has all the ef
fectiveness, hut not the effect, of calo
Genuine Liv-Ver-Lax bears the like
ness and signature of L. K. Grigsby,
and is guaranteed-to Rive satisfaction
or money refunded- "insist on it. For
sale by John R. Cates Drug Co.
Patent or dull kid, plain vamp, LaValierre strap
and Nieuport Pump.
$250 to $4
Now All Together
IF YOU’RE GOING TO BOOST,
JUST 5 DAYS MORE
STOP, THINK., CONSIDER!
Then figure what it means to get svbscripv-Jons now.
The following scale of votes answer vhis quest Jon:
Regular scale of votes. Extra votf*. Total votes
1- year subscription 5,000 votes 15*000 voted 20} 000 votes
2- year subscription 12,000 votes 3LOOO votes 43,b00 votes
3- year subscription 18,000 votes 47,000 votes °5, n/uv VOtes
4- year subscription 25,000 votes 63,000 votes 88,000 - r otes
5- year subscription 30,000 votes 80,000 votes 110,000 vd-tes
The above is the scale of votes during “Booster Period.’
Newnan Herald’s Automobile Contest Cxping;
Just Fine. A Tremendous Success Already,
And We’ve Just Got Started.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO OWN IT?
Think how you would enjoy this car this summer.
Also, the much sought for military patent
pumps with grey and fawn tops.
$3.50 and $4
■IIII Address All Communications to Campaign Manager
Parks & Arnold \l\ Newnan Herald
S100 IN GOLD
™5Sar $30 in Gold
FC 'prize $20 in Silver
Now is a good time to enter this contest. It does not cost one
cent, to win a prize Come in and talk it over with the campaign
manager. No losers in this contest—10 per cent, of all money
turned in will be paid to all bona fide contestants who do not win
Closes March I8
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