B A KMX YILLF N e ws-G azette.
Each day something in New Goods is
offered at the Marshburn store. A net
work of connections with the largest Job
bers and Manufacturers enables this busy
place to anticipate the wants of people
and prepare for their demands.
Ribbons in all grades and shades.
Laces and Applicas in all the widths and
designs. Embroideries in all widths and
textures. Silks in all the new shades.
Dress Goods-especially black goods in all
new weaves can be found at the Marsh
burn store. Men’s and ladies’ fine Foot
wear. Men’s new shapes in Hats. Boy’s,
youths’ and mens’ Clothing the best in
quality and make. Come where you can
get suited in goods and price.
Friday is Bargain Day.
Don’t forget to ask for coupons with
cash purchase. Ten dollar cash purchase
will get you a beautiful Trey or Pannel.
If you have a ticket bring, it with you, as
a fifteen dollar purchase will get your
Photograph enlarged free.
With liberality in credit, low prices,
good goods, and big discount offered for
cash, this is the place to buy.
V. O. Marshburn,
has arrived, and your thirst needs quench
ing, so make our
your headquarters. Come and see our
elaborate stock of STATIONERY. We
carry a full line of Toilet Articles, Rubber
Goods, &c. Our stock of
Drugs and Chemicals
is always fresh and pure. If we should not
have what you call for, will take pleasure
in getting it for you any and all times.
We are yours to command day or night,
W. C. Jordan & Bro.,
Druggists and Stationers.
I am back after my illness ready
to wait on all my customers.
Thanking yon for past favors,
with a large stock, I am ready to
attend to your every want in our
line. Yours truly,
BATE ? The Jeweler.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY COUNTRY WEEKLY.
ELABORATE PREPARATIONS ARE
NOW BEINC MADE FOR THIS
Around the classic halls of Gor- j
don Institute everything is mak- 1
ing preparation for commence- 1
ment which begins on Sunday June
15th. with a sermon and closes
Wednesday evening, June 18th.
with a drama. The literary, music
and military departments are
practising every day that all may
be in readiness when the all im
portant event arrives. It is a
busy place, for to have a credit
able commencement requires a lot
of hard work on the part of the
pupils and teachers. The usual
entertainments will be held and
the order of exercises will be about
President G. F. Oliphant has
been fortunate in securing speak
ers for commencement. The ser
mon will be preached by Rev. N.
B. O’Kelly, of Atlanta. He is a'
young man of pleasant address
and of scholarly attainments and
will no doubt please the people
who hear him.
The address to the junior class
Tuesday morning will be deliver
ed by Col. Claud Estes, of Macon.
Col. Estes is a well known lawyer,
a fine speaker and is really a
brilliant man, whose address
promises to be quite a feature of
The address to the senior class
will be made by Rev. H. S. Brad
ley, who is so well known in Barnes
ville. He is now the pastor of
Trinity Methodist church of
Atlanta, and is one of the most
scholarly preachers in Georgia.
He will have a large audience to
The alumni reunion and banquet
on Monday evening will also be
an important feature of com
mencement week. Elaborate pre-
I paration are being made and the
; intellectual feast will be enjoyed
i equally with the abundant spread
of other good things at the ban
The program will soon be an
nounced in full but it can be
promised already that the com
mencement of 1902 will be a very
YOUNG MAN WELL AND FAVORA
BLY KNOWN HERE DIES IN
The sad news was received in the
city Saturday morning of the
death of Mr. Sol C. Bloodworth
which occurred early that morn
ing in Trinidad, Col. The news
of his serious illness reached here
some days before, and his father,
Mr. E. H. Bloodworth, had made
arrangements to go to Colorado to
The body reached llhrnesville at
9:15 a. in. Tuesday and the funeral
was held at the Methodist church
at 5 o’clock in the afternoon. At
the request of the family only a
short service was held, conducted
by Rev. W. R. Branham, assisted
by Rev. C. W. Durden. The body
was interred in Greenwood ceme
Sol Bloodworth was widely
known not only in Georgia but in
several southern states and had
hosts of friends everywhere. He
was about thirty years of age. He
was a member of the Methodist
church and during the last few
years he manifested considerable
interest in church and religious
work. A few years ago he mar
ried Miss West, "who was then
BARNESVILLE, GA., THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902.
Barnesville, Ca., June 29th
to July 6th, 1902.
Wedemeysr's Famous Fifth Regiment
Band, supplemented with members of the
Marine Band of Washington City, for the
Also for the entire week, the OTTUMWA
MALE QUARTETT, the finest quartett in
the U. S., including Mr. lott, the most
superb bass singer in the world.
Every feature of the Chautauqua will be
a treat in itself, and the program is a grand
collection of America's greatest lecturers,
musicians and entertainers. You cannot
afford to miss the great BARNESVILLE
CHAUTAUQUA fOr 1002.
Sunday, June 29th.
10:30a. m. Sermon —Dr. E. B.jAndrews,
Chancellor University, of Neb.
Monday, June 30th
10:30 ft. m. Lecture—K ev . Frank
Dixon, Hartford, Conn., brother
of Kf>v. Tom Dixon.
2:30 p. in. Organization of Inter-
County Teachers’ Institute.
Bp. ni. Grand Concert —Fifth Regi
ment Band and Ottumwa Male
Tuesday, July Ist.
10:30 a. m. Lecture—R ev . Frank
Bp. m. Entertainment—Mr. J. Wil
liams Macey, Brooklyn. N. Y.
Wednesday, July 2nd.
10:30 a. m. Lecture—Dr. E. B. An
drews ; subject: “Robert E. Lee.”
8. p. m. Lecture, with experiments,
on Liquid Air —Prof. J. E, Wood
land, of the Institute of Mechani
cal Arts, Rochester, N. Y.
Thursday, July 3rd.
10:30, a. m. Educational Rally—lnvi
tations for addresses extend Gov.
Aycock, of N. C.; Dr. Charles Mc-
Iver. Greensboro, N. C.; Dr. E.
C. Alderman, New Orleans; Hon.
Hoke Smith, Atlanta, and others.
Bp. m. Entertainment, moving pict
ures, illustrated song, etc.—ldeal
Entertainers, Saginaw, Mich.
Friday, July 4th.
10:30 a. m. Lec.ure —Hon. Henry
Bitch.field West, Washington, D.
C.; subject, “Conventions, Cam
paigns and Candidates.” Intro
duced by Senator Clay.
Bp. m. Lecture, w’ith experiments,on
Wireless Telegraphy—Prof. J. E.
Saturday, July sth.
10:30 a. m. Humorous lecture—Col.
George W. Bain, Louisville, Ky.
Bp. m. Grand Closing Concert—Fifth
Regiment Band, Ottumwa Male
tjuartett, and the Ideal Entci
An Inter-County Teachers’ Institute will be
held in connection with the Chautauqua. About,
a dozen counties will <-Anilline in this work
Besides the regular experts, a contract lias
already been closed with Prof. K. E. Utterbaek,
probably the most notable directors of manual
south, will have charge of th s department of
work, it will he a rare opportunity for the
teachers of (ieorgla. This is a subject which is
receiving attention from the leading educators
and .statesmen of America. Prof. Utterbaek
will demonstrate what Manual Training really
is, the position it should occupy and its true
function as a factor in education. He will have
drawing, painting, modeling, construction in
paper, cardboard sewing and weaving. It is
also practically certain that a Professor from
John Hopkins University will deliver several
lectures on physiology, and will be illustrated
with life-size manakins and other drawings and
charts, so as to make them plain and yet
attractive. The examinations for teachers’
license now includes questions on Physiology
and this science must Ik taught in all public
schools. These h-ctures are therefore timely
and of inestimable value.
A rate of one fare for the round
trip has been granted by the rail
roads from all points in Georgia,
and the ticket will include admis
sion to the Chautauqua. The best
homes in Barnesville are open to
all visitors at rates from 00 cents
to SI.OO per day. The whole
Chautauqua will be a marvelous
treat for every Georgian.
teaching here, and afterwards
went to New York city to repre
sent the Barnesville Manufactur
ing Cos. His health becoming bad,
he went to Colorado, hoping to be
permanently benefitted. There he
went in business, to which he de
voted much attention and which
no doubt hastened his death.
Mr. Bloodworth's death causes
much sorrow here. He was always
jovial and frfendly toward every
body and fTlid many warm per
sonal friends, who feel his death
keenly. The entire citizenship
offers its deepest sympathy to
bereaved companion and other sor
rowing loved ones on account of
their, great loss.
Wanted —I want to rent a
good mule for farm use for several
month u Apply to Mrs. G. VV.
Spetum , or addres P. O. box Xo.
10, Barnesville, Ga.
Poultry louse killer,
Slug Shot for
worms and bugs
Paris Green etc. at
Blackburn’s Drug Store.
J.W. StaffordS Sons
|of 1 ' J
fa* WE are offering $3.00
Pairs of SLIPPERS, Ox
fords, Sandals, Ties, etc.
both Ladies’ and Childrens’, at
a price to move them out.
They are odds and ends and
broken sizes—regular prices
SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00.
They all go at 50c per pair.
The greatest bargain we have of
fered this season.
Jl. W. Stafford & Sons.
L. O. BENTON President. W B. SMITH, Vice-President. J A MoCRARY, Cashier.
The First National
W. B. SMITH,
of J. O. Smith & Sonx.
F M. STAFFORD,
of J. W. Stafford & Sonx.
A P. KEMP,
OTIS A MUKPHEY,
COPY OF CERTIFICATE:
ThEASIHY J ) KI’AKTMKNT.
Comptroller of the Currency.
Washington, I). C., May 7, 1902
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned,
it has been made to appear that “The First National Bank of Barnes
ville,” in the eity of Barnesville, in the County of Pike, and State
of Georgia, has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of
the United States, required to be complied with before an association
shall be authorized to commence the business of Banking.
Now therefore I, William B. Ridgely, Comptroller of the Curren
cy, do hereby certify that ‘‘The First National Bank of Barnesville,”
in the City of Barnesville, in the County of Pike and State of Geor
gia, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided
in section 5109 of the Revised Statutes of the United States.
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of office, this 7th
day of May, J 902. Wm. B. R I DG ELY,
Comptroller of the Currency.
j SKAf. or THE COMPTKOI.I.KK i
/ or THE CI'KHENCV i * •
L. O. BENTON,
Merchant and Broker.