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A CORDIAL INVITATION-
We extend a cordial invitation to everybody to call
and inspect our immense stock 0f....
consisting: of the latest novelties in wool dress goods,
silks, wash silks, wash goods in all the latest weaves,
white goods, laces, embroideries, all over laces, etc.
We carry a strong line 0f....
Shoes and Slippers,
something to fit the eye, foot and purse of the majority
of foot-wear lookers.
You will find here a beautiful line 0f...
the latest shapes.
in all the late blacks.
of the famous Joseph Fowler make.
Clothing that fits and pleases.
Collars and Cuffs—the latest shapes.
Ladies’ and Gents’ Underwear for spring.
An attractive line of Hosiery, in fancy, lace stripe
and solid colors.
Many other things not mentioned. Call and we
are always glad to see you. In our GROCERY depart=
ment, you will find every thing that is usually kept in
a first class grocery store—fancy and heavy groceries,
farm supplies, etc. Soliciting your patronage, we are*
Your to serve,
The Pitts=Gray Cos.
We Give Green Trading Stamps.
For Clerk of the sW. Mon
1 am a candidate for re-election to
the office of Clerk of the Superior
Court of Monroe county, -uhj.vt to
the Democratic primary 1 will greatly
appreciate the support of ail my fellow
Cy iirs 11. Shako.
SSoSC Superior Court.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re-election for Clerk of the j
Superior Court of Pike county, subject
to the Democratic primary.
J. B. Mathews.
For the legislature.
J. Dan Woodall, candidate for the '
Legislature from Pike county, election
October. 1902, subject to white Demo- ;
Motto: Purity in 26th century poli
Platform : Same as expressed in our
political almanac in 1900, with an addi
tional plank or so.
Look out for anew pamphlet or cir
The ladies of the Barnesville
Baptist church ask that all own
ing lots or in any way interested
in the cemetery on Zebulon
street meet at that place next
It is necessary that much work
be done to put the lots and ground
in order, and each one coming
should bring a hand to help and
tools with which to work.
If the weather should be inclem
ent let all meet the following
Monday afternoon and do what is
necessary toward making improve
Healthy Kidneys Means hong Life.
If you want to restore your kidneys
to their former health state take Smith
Sure Kidney Cure —60 cents at J. H.
Sound Kidneys—Perfect Health.
The use of Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure
will produce both. Try a bottle and
bo convinced. Your clruggist sells it
for 50c—at J, H. Blackburns.
Laxative Chocolates cures Chronic
Constipationand Liver Troubles. Pleas
ant t > take. Purely Vegetable. Guar
anteed by .T. 11. Blackburn.
If You Sultfcr From Kidney Troubles^
Use Smith’s Sure Kidney Cure. Noth
ing like it for diseased kidneys. 60 cts
at J. H. Blackburn’s.
Hunt for Tax Collector.
With the assurances of the sup
port which has been accorded
him in the past, Major Jno. T.
Hunt announces this week for re
election to the office of Tax Col
lector of Pike county. He has
been making friends and winning
votes ever since he has been in
office and will continue to do so.
A popular gentleman and a good
democrat, he will make a race
worthy of his past and if re-elected
will fill the office agreeably and
creditably to all concerned.
Curos all Headaches, Colds, LaGrippe,
Neuralgia, etc. Your money back if it
fails. 15 and 25? at all Drugstores. For
sale by Jordan Bros. & W. A. Wright
J. \Y. Stafford At Sons, Merchants.
The above named firm of gen
tlemen sells everything, as will
be seen by reference to their half
page “ad” elsewhere in this issue
of the News-Gazette. The firm
is composed of thorough and up
to-date gentlemen and does a
large business throughout this
section of the state*. They carry
a complete line of most every
thing the ordinary mortal will
need and their prices are of the
right kind to please the people.
They have a corps of clever and
affable salespeople to whom you
can make known your wants and
you may be sure they will be
tilled if possible. Call and see
them before you buy.
NEGLECT MEANS DAMGER.
Don’t neglect billiousness and con
stipation. Your health will suffer per
manently if you do. DeWitt’s Little
Early Risers cures such cases. M. B.
Smith, Butternut, Mich., says “De-
Witt’s Little Early Risers are the most
satisfactory pills I ever took. Never
gripe or cause nausea.”
Jno H Blackbprk.
L. Hoi.mbb. Bartlesville, Ga.
All parties indebt
ed to the Barnes
ville Savings Bank,
will please call at
the bank at once and
A M. Lambdin,
ii&ggsrlsfr S ; -
MR. J. A. McCRARY.
Cashier of Bank of Barnesville. He is an ex
perienced banker and a pleasant gentleman,
who will make friends wherever he goes.
Call to see him at the bank.
CADETS T 0 00
THE GORDON’ INSTITUTE CADETS
WILL ATTEND THE GEORGIA
CHAUTAUQUA AT ALBANY.
The Gordon Institute Cadets
have accepted an invitation to be
the guest of the Georgia Chau
tauqua, at Albany, April 22,
The Cadets are in excellent con
dition, and are drilling hard every
afternoon. The number of the
cadets in the batallion are about
one hundred, and it is assured that
they will make a fine showing in
Albany. Special cars have been
arranged to carry them, and the
trip will, no doubt, be a nice one
for the boys. The cadets will leave
on the evening of the 21st.
Try Chamberlain’s Stomach & Liver
Tablets, the best physic. For sale by
Jno. H. Blackburn.
Mr. Luther Davis, of Thomaston. was
a prominent visitor here Saturday.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of C/&&&/&
Heady For Itiff Business.
Through the News-Gazette
today, Mr. Y. 0. Marshburn man
ager, makes an announcement of
great interest, not only to the
people of this community, but to
the people of Middle Georgia as
well. He is known far and wide
as one of the best drygoods mer
chants in the state.
His store has an immense stock
of the newest and latest in dry
goods, notions, clothing, gents
furnishings, shoes, hats, in fact
everything usually carried by a
general drygoods store. This im
mense stock has been carefully se
lected and purchasers may rely
upon any article purchased in this
store. There you will find two
big store rooms, filled with goods
from which to make your selection.
Besides Mr. Marshburn himself,
there are Messrs. Ed Middlebrooks
and C. L. Butler and Miss Mattie
Elliott to wait on you. Call to
UCJIiNI I and SMOKE
Your Life away I
You can be cured of any form of tobacco using:
easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of
new life and vigor by taking NO-TO-BAG,
that makes weak tiieu strong. Many gain
ten pounds in ten days. Over 5 00,000
cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book
<~t and advice FREE. Address STERLING
REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 457
M iss Willie Brawner returned
home Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Van Harvey,
of Fort Valley spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mr9. J. L. Aldredge.
Messrs. Charles and Bob Banks,
two of Hollonville’s progressive
farmers spent “Easter,” with us.
Miss Norn Smith, of Piedmont,
spent Sunday with Miss Nannie
Mr. .J. C. Slade spent Monday
Mr. G. H. Collier, of Piedmont,
was a welcome visitor here Sun
Mr. V. Lester Collier spent Sat
urday evening in Zebulon.
WANTED--At once, one
car load of cotton seed.
Will pay cash or exchange
meal and hulls.
4t E. T. Crowder.
A Pine Officer.
Mr. Cjjtis H. Sharp is a fine
official and the people of Monroe
county will doubtless re-elect him.
He is a good man, a faithful offi
cer, and is asking the people to
stand bv hill, promising to show
full appreciation for same.
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DID YOU KNOW THIS ?
Do you know that a neglected cough
|or cold leads to consumption? More
| peeple die from the effects of catching
j cold than from any other known cause,
i There is one remedy, and remember
it only cost 5 cents, that has proven a
| safe, unfailing cure for coughs and
j colds. It is called Gooch’s Mexican
j Syrup. Your druggists has it or will
! get it for you. It heals and strengthens
1 the lungs and breathing passages when
i nothing else you take seems to do you
! good ; you had better get a bottle to
day and read the testimonials on the
A Popular Place.
The big store of Mr. B. F.
Reeves is a popular place with the
entire trading public, because he
has nearly every article ordinarily
needed, and he sells everything as
if he were exceedingly anxious to
have you trade with him again
and become one of his regular cus
tomers. Special attention is di
rected to his handsome half page
advertisement in this issue. We
can not enumerate here the vari
ous articles he always keeps on
hand, but we can guarantee that
everything purchased from him
will be just as represented and at
correct prices. Mr. Reeves is cer
tainly one of the most popular
merchants cf Barnesville, and it
is because the people are satisfied
when they deal with him.
Mr. Reeves’ right hand man in
this business is Mr. S. C. Charp
ing, who seems to be as much in
terested in the business as Mr.
Reeves himself. Mr. Charping is
always anxious to have people
trade with him. He is ever courte
ous and obliging, and would scorn
to misrepresent or deceive in any
way to secure trade. Miss Arra
belle Collier is also with Mr.
Reeves and will be glad to have
her friends call to see her and
give this firm their trade.
All in all, this is one of the
most satisfactory stores in Middle
Georgia at which to trade, and we
recommend it strongly to the trad
ing public. Read Mr. Reeves’ in
teresting announcement in this
Twentieth Century Medicine.
Cascarets Capdy Cathartic are as
far ahead of ancient pill poisons and
liquid physic as the electric light of
the tallow candle. Genuine stamped
C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All
AV. C. .Jordan & Bro., Druggists.
In another portion of the
News-Gazette will be found the
advertisement of W. C. Jordan
& Bro. These gentlemen have a
nice place on the public square.
They carry a full 'line of drugs,
toilet articles, etc., also they dis
pense fount drinks and other
refreshments. Prescription work
is given special attention and in
fact they carry everything that is
to be found in a first-class, up-to
date drug establishment. Read
their advertisement'and go around
to see them and you will find them
to be pleasant gentlemen and will
give you good service and sell you
Bear* the Kind You Have Always- Bought
Jno. T. Middlebrooks, Grocer.
Mr. Middlebrooks carries a full
and complete line of fancy and
family groceries and has added a*,
line of farm supplies to his stock.
He has on hand a large stock of
eatables and some drinkables and
will take pleasure in showing and
pricing them to you. Read hrs
“ad” in another part of the paper.
He will make the prices to suit
you and solicits his share of your
trade. Be sure to visit him and
see his stock.
Board Wanted— Young man
desires board in desirable locality, elose
in, prefers to room alone. Address Box
C. B. Rouss wants
a good man to take
an interest in the
Deavours stock of
goods and run the
business here. A
fine chance for the
right man. Apply
to W. W. Lambdin,