“A Pretty Pickle”
is not so palatable as a good pickle, but you can have both if you
wiil use HEINZ’S l’ure Pickling Vinegar. It is absolutely pure and
can be obtained of us. You will miss a greatdeal of disappointment
in pickling if you will vary the monotony this year by using Heinz’s
Pure Pickling Vinegar.
Tinware, Glassware, Crockery, &c.
If you arc needing anything to make apple or chicken pie in, we can
fill your bill. We have enough cups, saucers, plates, dishes, etc. to
supply the whole county with, and the best part of it is, we are
selling them CHEAP We have ail sorts and kinds of TIJMPEERS
—something to drink buttermilk out of—or sip delicious nectar
from. We can supply your wants in Ice Cream and Berry Sets,
Cake Stands, Vases, etc. See oil" stock before you buy. anyway.
Our Staple and Fancy Groceries
are always fresh and of the best that money can buy. Try us on
anything in this line, and you will be a constant comer. Don’t for
get our “BLACK MAMMY” plug tobacco —it’s “os sweet en juicy
es a juicy sweet taler.”
We will have another lot of Kentucky Wonder Pole'nr running
Beans next wwetr. They are the finest seed beans on earth.
Remember We Keep Nearly Everything—Ask for What You Don’t
See—/lost Likely We Have It.
B. F. REEVES.
JOHN T. MIDDLEBROOKS
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I have recently added to my stock of Groceries a line of FARMERS’
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‘•in the ring” when it comes to competition, and can knock
most of the rest of them out. Yours truly,
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THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902.
Mr. Hose as a Tlecturer.
Editor News-Gazette f
I have seen tjuite compl imentafy
mention given to Mr. E. W. Rose
as a lecturer and entertainer in
your paper of recent date. This
was no surprise to us who have
heard of his reputation. J have]
been in most of the Middle Geor
gia counties and wherever I have
gone, I have heard many kind
words spoken in his praise as a
humorist and conversationalist
and his friends and neighbors at
home have but slight idea of his
popularity abroad. 1 am sure
from what I hear as I have trav
eled throughout Middle Georgia,
that Mr. Rose will find a cordial
greeting everywhere he favors the
people with his new lecture. We
have been delighted in times past
with his visits among us, while on
good business, yet always spiced
with fun and philosophy, and
whenever he comes our way on a
lecturing tour our school house
will not be large enough to hold
the crowd that will come out to
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat*
Of the Glenn Industrial Institute—Will
llegin Sunday, May 12.%t1i, and End
Wednesday Evening, May UHili.
Sunday, it a. m.
Special Sermon to Societies —Rev.
S. A. Wingfield, A. B.
Sunday, 3 p. m.
Baccalaureate Sermon—ftev. C. A.
Waddell, A. 8., Americus, Ga.
Monday, 10 a. m. to I p. m.
8 P. M.
Cantata, “Jolly Picnic”—loo se
Tuesday, 10 a. m. to I p. m.
Educational talks by Professors J.
A. Martin, Chipley, Ga.; J. J.
Goldwire, Topeka, Ga.; W. J.
Johnson, Woodbury, Ga.; Dr.
J. P. Thompson, Klberton, Ga.
8. P. M..
Cantata, “David the Shepherd
Boy”—50 trained voices.
Wednesday, lO a. m. to t p. m.
Educational lectures by Profs. G.
F. Oliphant, Bartlesville, Ga.;
R. I). Adams, Zebulon, Gr. ; C.
W. Durden, D. 1)., Barnes
8 P. M.
Graduating exercises of Grammar j
Special seats reserved for white!
friends. 10 cts. a night, or 25
cts. seasdh ticket. Come all!
L. L. H. Blackwell, Prin.
A woman who lias had experience
with the disease, tells how to prevent
any daligerous consequences from it.
She says: Our three children took
whooping cough last summer, our baby
boy being only three months old, and
owing to giving them Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, they lost none of their
plumpness and came out in much bet
ter health than other children whose
parents did not use this remedy. Our
oldest little girl would call lustily for
cough syrup between whoops.—Jessie
Pinkney Hall, Springfield, Ala. This
Remedy is for sale by
Jno. H. Bi.ackbjl’rx.
Unitnl States Officer Inspector Here
Capt. I). B. DeVore, of the IT.l T .
S. Army, was in the city yester
day and inspected the Gordon In
stitute batallion of cadets. The
government, sends an inspector
every four years to military schools
where the government’s property
is used and as Gordon Institute is
one of the three colleges in the
state of Georgia, that is supplied
with arms an*l other equipments
by the government, was due to
the inspector’s being here vester
Captain DeVore remarked after
seeing the cadets drill, that he
had heard a great deal of talk
about Gordon Institute through
out the south, but did not know
what the talk was about until he
saw the cadets drill.
While in the city Capt. DeVore
was guest of Col. Nash.
llootus For Kent.
Nice rooms for rent for light
house-keeping. Apply at once.
Mrs. C. E. Lambdin.
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The 11. bottle contains IYi times the 50c. size.
Col. J. Q. Nash went up to At
Mr. Otis Stocks went down to
Miss Florence Cook visited
relatives at Pomona Sunday.
Mr. J. H. Marchman, of The
Rock was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. W. T. Bate spent yesterday
in Griffin attending the Carnival.
Miss Gub Berry, of Milner,
spent Tuesday here with friends.
Mr. Clarence Collier was the
guest of Forsyth friends Monday.
Mr. Jack Farley,of Goggansville
was in the city, a short while Sat
Mrs. Will Gardner and children
are visiting relatives in Griffin
Mr. and Mr3 Robert Waller, of
Weaver, was in the city shopping
Mr. Edgar Gordy, of Delray,
visited friends and relatives in
the city Sunday.
Miss Fannie Ingram, of this
place, is guest of her sister, Mrs
C. M. Gordy, near Thomaston
Mr. Pinkney Carriker and Miss
Annie Mae Turner, of Thomaston,
were the guests of Mrs M. F. Carri
ker this week.
JRev. H. W. House, of Griffin,
preaclmd a very able sermon at
the Congregational Medothist
I dhureh here Sunday.
The boy preacher, Metz Joiner,
will come to Barnesville Saturday
and will preach at Opera House
Sunday and Sunday night. Let
everv one hear God’s wonderful
Sunday School Picnic.
The Sunday School Picnic will
be held Friday at Goggansville.
The Thomaston train will take all
who will go by railroad,, at the
following price; children twelve
and under, 15 cents round trip;
adults 25 cent. The train will
leave Barnesville at 9:80 Friday
morning and will make return
trip about 5 o’clock in the after
Mr. Robert Mitchell will carry
all children who want to go by
private conveyance at 10 cents
for round trip, provided he can
get one or more full loads.
All arrangements have been
made for a pleasant day and a
large crowd should attend. Let
every body give their heip toward
nuking it a great success.
Wilkinson Sells Goods for Cash!
Shoes, Slippers, Sandals, &c.
Buy Your Summer Footwear Here and Save Money.
Look at my goods, and if I am not CHEAPER than any
other merchant, don’t patronize me. lam not try=
ing to sell goods by personal popularity, but by sell=
ing lower than other merchants. Remember, spot
cash will buy lots of goods from
mTUIO OUT and bring it to WILKINSON’S during this AA
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“The Old Maid’s Convention.”
Gordon Institute Auditorium Thurs=
day, May 22nd. 8 o’clock p. m.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
President of Convention, Maribah Lovejoy. - - Mrs. Bob Jordan.
Secretary, Amarilla Heywood Mrs. Shi Gray.
Treasurer of Convention, Priscilla Hope - - Miss Joe Oliphant.
Eliia Hooker Mrs. Charles Perdue.
Sarah Jane Spingster .... Mrs. Carl Anderson.
Anxiety Doherty - - - Miss Katherine Lane.
Augusta Prim “ Edith Seltzer.
Faithful Blossom “ Mary Minnhinebte.
Fredora Robbins “ Rosa Middlebrodks.
Rhoda Larkin “ Priscilla Stroud.
Selina Baxter “ Maud Elder.
Susannah Smith “ Olive Williams.
Miranda Price “ Lizzie Middlebrooks
Mary Ann Barnes “ Mirta MoliSalvatge.
Esther Snyder “ Hattie Jordan.
Marion Perkins - - - - “ Viola Monsalvatage
Aseneth Baker “ Lillie Mitchell.
Amanda Horn “ • Ida Thurman
Amy Little “ Lucile Blanckburn
Sophia Potter “ Annie Lambdin
Professor Pinkerton *• Dr. E. C. Ripley.
Old Maids on their way to the convention. Meeting of “Typical Georgia Cracker Old
Maid.” Susannah Smith and Prof. Pinkerton at the cross roads on their way to the Conven
OLD MAID’S HALL.
Song, “Poor Old Maids” —Chorus.
Roll call, to which Old Maids respond with quotations.
Minutes of last meeting.
Prof. Pinkerton with his wonderful machine transforms Old
Maids into blooming maidens.
Soi\g—“lndeed,” Miss May Ellis.
Recitation —Mrs. Will Rogers.
Cake-walk—Mr. John Holmes.
Instrumental Solo —Miss Maynita Arnold.
Physical Culture Movements —Miss Mary Minhinnette.
Recitation—Mrs. J. A. McCrary.
g ong _“Always,” Miss Florrie Elder.