A Cordiar Invitation
We extend a cordial invitation to to
call and inspect our immense stock
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, <S:c.
"We carry a strong line of
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 of
Neckwear-the latest shapes.
Hats-in all the late blacks.
Shirts—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
department, you will find everything that is usually kept in a first-class grocery stort —fancy and heavy
groceries, farm supplies, etc. Solicit ing your patronage, we are,
Yours to serve,
The Pitts=Gray Cos.
tt.We Give Green Trading Stamps.
Barnesvllle Mercantile Company.
Since moving into our new store our trade, though highly satisfactory before, has almost
doubled in volume. The pebpfc appreciate oifr efforts provide them with everything they need,
and have learned to regard our place as their headquarters. The wants of the trade is our constant
study, and, without presumption, we claim that our years of experience and unlimited cash reserve
puts us well in the lead of all professing competitors. Having reaped the rewards of a mammoth
spring business, we will devote the next two months to
Warming Up Things in Warm Weather.
So, without regard to any certain day in the week, or any certain hour in the day, the process
of price-cutting will be continually going on. EVERY DAY WILL BE BARGAIN DAY, and the
same prices will prevail for Ba.m. as for Gp. m. Our line of WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES
and LACES has caught the trade. This stock is still unbroken, and no customer can afford to
overlook it. As to SHOES, remember we have the exclusive control of L. M. Reynolds men’s fine
shoes, and show Golding & Co’s, ladies and children’s fine shoes and slippers.
No use to say we keep everything. No use to say we discount the other man in price. No use
to promise more courteous attention. But suffice it to say our pleased customer is our best adver
tisement. Always come to see us. BARNESVILLE MERCANTILE CO.
PEOPLES BANK OF BARNESVILLE,
Successor to Barnesville Savings Bank.
C. O. Summers. President. C. O. Summers,
Dr. J. P. Thurman, Vice-President. J. C. Collier,
A. M. Lambdin. Cashier. W. C. Stafford,
J. P. Thurman,
J. L. Fogg.
Does a general banking business on a sound and conser
vative basis. \\ e respectfully solicit the accounts and busi
ness of merchants, farmers and others. We are ready to
make loans on good collaterals. Careful attention given to
the interests of our customers.
R. P. Becht, Pres. E. G. Becht, Sec. & Treas. Chas. Becht, V-Pres.
Honest Pianos at Honest Prices.
Becht Piano Cos.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
High-Grade Pianos and Organs.
STEINWAY & SONS., HOBART M. CABLE, SOHMER
& CO., STEGER & SONS, SINGER, Pianos.
BURDETTE & MILLER, Organs.
us for Catalogues and Prices, f l
Special prices for the holidays.
BELL PHONE 1505 ENGLISH-AMERICAN BUILDING
ATLANTA, - GEORGIA.
THE BAENESVILLE NE w£gS,Z3£TTE , THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1802.
"FLORODORA BANDS are
of same value as tags from
'STAR. 'DRUMMOND'NaturaI Leaf.
GOOD L UCK " ~OLD PEACH & RONEY'
■ RAZOR and I. RICE GREENVILLE'
There will he the usual services
next Sunday morning conducted
by the pastor, Rev.F. It. Graves.
On account of the revival meeting
in progress at the Baptist church
the evening service will be omit
Mr. Graves expects to leave
about next Tuesdav for Jackson,
Miss. The Presbytery of Atlanta,
at its recent session, elected him
one of the two ministetial com
missioners to the General Assem
bly of the Presbyterian church
which meets in Jackson, Miss.,
Bean the The Kind You Have Always Bought
Before being taught bow to
shoot, it might be well for the
young idea to learn to know when
it is loaded.
Bears the /) The Kind You Have Always Bought
Mr. Ashford Milner spent Sunday in
Cadet E. M. Smith spent Saturday
Paris Green at Bi. w kburn’S.
Mr. G. A. Simmons, of Zebtilim, was
Mr. L. W. Sullivan, of Home, was
here Sat urday.
Air. A. P. Kade, was in the city Fri
day from Strouds.
New lot Tooth Brushes at Bi.ack-
Mr. F. M. Means, of Strouds, was in
tin; city Saturday.
Mr. 1.. C. Milner, of Horne, was a
visitor here Saturday.
Mr. .1. M. Berry was in tin 1 city Stm-
Sunday from Griffin.
Handkerchiefs, Shirts and Overalls
at Wilkinson’s. Low prices.
Mr. Josh Martin, of Milner, was in
the city next Saturday.
Mr. ,1. W. Pounds, of Atlanta, visited
his parents here Sunday.
Try Golf — new drink at Bi.ackhi hn’s
Mr. Josie Dunn, of Zebuion, was vis
iting relatives here Sunday.
Mr. Merritt M. Thurman visited
friends at FoVsyth Monday.
Mr. Henry -Dickey, of near Aleans
vill‘, was in tin* last Friday.
Mr. J. M. Fleming was in the city
Saturday from Johnstonviile.
Cadet John Morrow spent Saturday
with li is parents at Jonesboro.
Mr. R. IV Osborn, of Macon, spent
Sunday in the city with relatives.
Mr. Hope Tigner, of Odessadale, was
j the guest of friends here Thursday.
Messrs. F. M. and A. J. Stephens
i spent Sunday in Newnan with friends.
Try (loir—new drink at Bi.ackuuhn’s
Airs. J. IV .Teredeau, of Thomaston,
was in the city a short while Saturday.
iK ids granulated sugar or 12 lbs
good coffee for $1.0) at Wii.kinkon’h
Air. T. J. Simmons, of Atlanta, pass
ed through the city enroute to Forsyth.
Air. Jl. 11. Hammond, of Thomaston,
was the guest of relatives here Sunday.
Mr. W. B. Ingram, a well-to-do
farmer, of Brent,'was in tin.* city Satur
Mr. John Taylor, a popular farmer
of Monroe comity, was in the city Fri
Dr. G. I*. Mugiiley, was a visitor
from here to the Gate City Thursday
Air. and Airs. \V. D. Howell, of Zeb-
Gilon, visited Airs. Fmnia Varner here
• Mr. F. M. Murphey spent Sunday
most pleasantly with relatives at
Mr. Howard Parham left last Friday
for Jackson where he has accepted a
Mr. Field Matthews, of near Vates
ville, was in the city Monday, the guest
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Willis, of Milner
were the guest of Mrs. Willis parents
Mrs. (i. H. McMahon, of Griffin, was
the gueet of relatives here several days
Miss. Eva Warde, of Milner, was the
charming guest of Mrs. W. H. Cham
bers last week.
Miss Sarah Cooper, one of Griffin's
charming young ladys, visited friends,
here Sunday last.
Educate lour Bereli With Can caret*.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
If C. C. C. fail, druggist* rtf uni money.
• ''jpHERR is nothing so very refreshing these
AjV long, hot summer days as an ice cold
drink of something from a fountain where
everything is clean and nice, and the ser
vice is pleasant and agreeable. Such a
place is found at
Soda Water, Phosphates,
Coco Cola, Gingerale, Gems,
Sherberts, Creams, <Scc., at
Wright’s Drug Store.
Mr. Freeman Lifsey went up to At
Mr. Steve Moye was in the city |
Tuesday from Lamont.
Mr. W. 11. Edmonson,of Pome, spent
Sunday in the city.
Miss Velicia LeSuer was the guest of,
Milner friends Sunday.
Simpson’s Calicoes ami heavy Sea
Island in 5c at Wilkinson’s.
Mr. W. 11. Chambers went tip to
Nownan Tuesday on business.
Airs. J. C. Porch was the guest of
At lanta friends several days last week.
Miss Berta Cook spent Sunday most
pleasantly with relatives at Pomona.
Sandals. Oxford ties and Slippers at
real bargain prices, at Wji.ki.nhon’s
Miss Pearl Lifsey was the guest of
relatives in Atlanta several days this
f Mr C. C. Hightower is spending
several days in Houston county on a
: lishing trip.
Try Golf —now drink at Brack m iin’s
Mrs. C. 11. Humphrey arrived in the
i city from Milieu and will make Barnes
! ville her future home.
Miss Carrie (look, left Thursday for
New York city, where she goes to visit
her sister, Mrs. S. D. Massey.
Mr. 0. J. Harrell returned Saturday
from Dallas, where lie has been enjoy
ing himself with old comrades.
Mr. A. AL Lambdin, returned Thurs
day from Macon, where he spent sev
eral days last week on business.
Cadet Frank Mai,son returned Mon
day from Jonesboro, where he has been
visiting relatives for several days.
Messrs. Boy Blount and George
Mitchell went down to Forsyth Sunday
to .visit friends, “had luck,” hoys.
Aliss Leone Perdue, student of Gor
don Institute, returned Sunday from
i Jonesboro, where she lias been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Clements, of
Strouds, were in the city Thursday
shoppinh with the enterprising mur
: chants iiere.
Hon. Joe Terrell passed through
| the city Saturday enroute to Forsyth,
where he addressed the citizens of
: Monroe county. .
Air. S. JV Spencer, of Columbus, was
a prominent visitor here last week.
Air. Spencer is interested in the Citi
zen’s Hank iiere and made many
friends while In our city.
Mr. Thad Adams, of Montgomery.
Ala., spent several days last week with
his family here. Air. Adams has an ex
cellent position in Montgomery, which
is very gratifying to Ids many friends
Air. W. 'J'. Sane, who has been with
J. II Hate Ac Cos. iiere for several
months, left Tuesday for Atlanta where
lie has accepted a position with a large
jewelry iiouse. Mr. Sane lias made
many friends iiere who regret very
much to learn of bis departure.
Hon. W. A. Worsham, of Strouds,
was a prominent visitor iiere Thurs
day last. Air. Worsham is a candidate
for state senator to represent this dis
trict and has no opposition. He is an
excellent gentleman and is fully
worthy of the honor that is bestowed
Hr. and Mrs. (j. P. Huguiey left yes
terday for Atlanta, where they will re
, side in the future. Hr. and Mrs. Hugu
iey have host of friends here who regret
to see them leave our city. I)r. Hugu-
J ley will practice with Dr. Nickolsin, one
1 of Atlanta’s most prominent physicians
and no doubt he will make a great suc
, cess in the (Fate City.
One Dozen boxes of Alatohes, Gets, at
Mr. Phineas Murphey was in the city
from Yatesville this week.
Air. Robt. Mills, of Macon, spent
Sunday in the city with relatives.
Capt. J. I>. Horne, of Macon, was in
here yesterday on business.
Mr. Judson P. Williams spent Sun
day with relatives at Milner.
Air. W. K. Abercrombie, of Strouds,
was a visitor to the city yesterday.
Miss Sharp, of Shreveport, La., has
been visiting Airs. Corry and Mrs. Hol
lis Gray for sometime.
Beets Suspenders, Ties, Hosiery and
Corsets, Drummers’ Samples. Bargain
prices at Wilkinson’s
Mr. R. G. Matthews, after spending
several days hero with his family, left
Tuesday for Charleston.
Air. J. W. Farley, of Goggansville,
was a visitor to our city last Tuesday.
Judge Howard Van Epps, of Atlanta,
was a prominent visitor here one day
Air. R. Y. Beckham, Jr., of the Dub
lin Courier-Dispatch was a visitor at
this office yesterday.
Mr. J. W. Cabaniss, of Macon, presi
dent of the Citizens Bank of Barnes
ville, was a visitor to the City Tuesday.
Mr. and Airs. Charles Matthews, of
Ypsilanti, aro the guest of Air. It. L.
Hwatts at Jus home on Thomaston
! Embroidery, Laces, Finishing braids,
■ Fans, Ribbons, Buttons, etc., at money
Airs. E. A. Gray returned Monday
from Dalton where she has been the
guest of friends for several days.
Miss May 1011a Coppedge arrived in
i the city Saturday from New Market
where she lias been conducting a flour-
I isliing school for several months.
Aliss Flossie Sandwich, of Thomaston,
was the charming guest of Miss Carrie
Bloodworth several days last week at
her home on Thomaston street.
Rev. J. J. Jones, of Cartcrsville, ar
rived in the city Monday and is the
guest of Rev. C. W. Durden. Mr. Jones
is conducting the revival at the Baptist
church this week.
Hon. Dupont Guerr.v, candidate for
governor, was in the city Monday. Mr.
Guerry has many friends here and no
doubt tie will receive a large vote in
Barnesville and Pike county.
Air. W. C. Jenkins, ofTifton, arrived
| in the city Monday and is the guest of
relatives here-. Mr..Tenkins is ex-county
j commissioner of this county and is
well known throughout the county.
Miss Johnnie May Culver, an attract
ive young lady of Auburn, Ala., arrived
jin the city Tuesday afternoon, and is
I the guest of tier brother, W. lv Culver,
! City Electrician, on Brown Avenue.
Aliss Carrie Henri Davis left Tues
day morning for Miiledgeville, where
she goes to attend the W. C. T. U.
Convention which is in session at that
place this week.
Aliases Annie Middlebrooks, Estelle
Dozier and Emma Williams, and Mr.
j L'leve Crawford, of Yatesville, were in
| the city Tuesday, the guest of Miss
Uncle Morgan Howard, of Forsyth,
I arrived in the city yesterday from
Forsyth, and is visiting his son, Mr. 8,
M. Howard. We are always glad to
welcome Uncle Morgan in our midst.
Aliss Kittie Collier, a most charming
and accomplished young lady of Barnes
ville. has accepted a position as stenog
rapher in tiie office of the Spalding
mills, and is receiving a warm welcome
to the city.—Griffin News.
House ami Lot For sale.
.My house and lot in Barnesville ig
for sale. Apply to E. E. Kennedy.